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  1. Among these, a fue was used as an important item relating to the secret of Kaoru's birth in the scene in which a fue which had belonged to late Kashiwagi was delivered to Kaoru through Yugiri.
  2. Among these, aside from family temples of nobles or local ruling families, whether small temples worshiped by people in villages could be supervised has been questionable.
  3. Among these, imperial messengers are sent every ten years to Usa-jingu Shrine and Kashii-gu Shrine, every six years to Kashima-jingu Shrine and Katori-jingu Shrine, and to the grand festival in spring and autumn at the Yasukuni-jinja Shrine.
  4. Among these, major structures after the 7th century characteristically made their south side the front.
  5. Among these, the 'Agu Tunnel' was completed on September 9, 2005, and the road is scheduled to be completed in 2008.
  6. Among these, the 10th act, the act of Amagasaki is commonly called 'Taijyu.'
  7. Among these, the main image of the former is Shakamuni-butsu as the original Buddha.
  8. Among these, the most commonly used zabuton are the Meisenban (so-called 'apartment block size') and Hattanban (so-called 'old fashioned size').
  9. Among these, the name of Edo-fu was later changed to Tokyo-fu.
  10. Among these, the nine towns, Ushigafuchi-cho, Nishidani-cho, Kitadani-cho, Hachifuse, Nishinomine, Morigafuchi-cho, Iwagafuchi-cho, Maruyama, Kitagoto-cho belonged to the former Oaza Kita Ogurisu and the remaining six towns belonged to the former Oaza Minami Ogurisu.
  11. Among these, there was a long sword whose total length is 90.6 cm and length of a blade is 85.3 cm, although its hilt was broken and made shorter.
  12. Among thirteen places, which are Kisarazu, Niigata, Mizusawa, Aomori, Gifu, Nanao, Hyogo, Otsu, Tsuruga, Hamada, Susakiura, Chiba, and Nagasaki, required areas will be determined by the Department of War, and after discussions with Okura-sho, lands will be provided; hence, arrange the means of transfer.
  13. Among thirteen thousand soldiers that participated in the battle on Layt Island, only six hundred twenty survived, and three regimental commanders died in the battle, and Shiro MAKINO, who was the head of the division committed suicide on August 10, 1945.
  14. Among this dome-shaped barrow on a square base in the broad sense, the Gobyono-kofun Tumulus of Emperor Tenchi is the most famous.
  15. Among this group, Ichiro SHIMADA was the central figure.
  16. Among this time, the executives of the shogunate who stayed in Kyo-Osaka became more aggressive based on the power of the sixty thousands soldiers there, and they pressed the Imperial Court regarding the punitive re-expedition to Choshu.
  17. Among this type of gisho, "protocol (agreement) of the sage on Mount Zion (Jewish agreement)" is particularly notorious.
  18. Among this, the old printed book owned by the Archive and Mausolea Department of the Imperial Household Agency was added as a supplemental edition to "Complete Works of Japanese Classic Literature."
  19. Among those beef brands, Omigyu is a Japanese black beef brand that accounts for 90% of wagyu.
  20. Among those castles, Taga-jo castle and Akita-jo castle are located high enough to be considered as Yamashiro castles.
  21. Among those daimyo who professed faith in Buddhism or Shinto, some took heed of the monks' or priests' views and branded Christianity, a foreign religion, a type of "heresy," oppressing its followers.
  22. Among those domains, some secretly negotiated with Tenguto and donated military fund in return for avoiding passing through the castle town.
  23. Among those executed, Seinosuke OISHI was a member of "Myojo" whom Akiko knew well; and Suga KANNO was the only female and she asked her attorney Shu HIRAIDE to send her Akiko's poetry anthology while she was in detention before the verdict.
  24. Among those existing sangaku, the one bearing the earliest date is sangaku of the year 1683 dedicated to the Hoshinomiya-jinja Shrine located in Sano City, Tochigi Prefecture.
  25. Among those groups, FUJIWARA no Nakamaro rapidly raised his head in the government in coordination with Empress Koken.
  26. Among those hostages was the younger brother of Nobumasa and a girl from his family.
  27. Among those imperial princesses, she and the Empress Gensho were the only ones who were promoted to the rank of Ippon over the Nara period (No imperial princesses were promoted to the rank of Ippon thereafter, until the Imperial Princess Gishi was conferred the rank in 877.)
  28. Among those involved was a servant of Takaakira, FUJIWARA no Chiharu (a son of FUJIWARA no Hidesato).
  29. Among those major vassals, Shigezane DATE, Kagetsuna KATAKURA and Tsunamoto ONINIWA are sometimes referred as the three outstanding vassals of Date clan, while Kagetsuna KATAKURA and Shigezane DATE are named as the two finest vassals of Date clan.
  30. Among those maps, the Nippon Bunyazu (map of Japan) included latitude and longitude lines for the first time and is noteworthy for including degrees of latitude.
  31. Among those mountains of the Kii Mountains, Kohechi goes across the western mountains such as the Obako Mountain Range and the Hatenashi Mountain Range.
  32. Among those of her poems which still exist today, the latest poem was made at Kasugasha Uta-awase poetry contest held in November, 1204, and the descriptions in "Masukagami" (The Clear Mirror) and other poems suggest that she passed away soon after the uta-awase.
  33. Among those people, Shogen OKUNO possessed 1,000 koku, which was the greatest number of koku except for Kuranosuke OISHI, and Genshiro SHINDO and Gengozaemon OYAMA were Kuranosuke OISHI's uncles.
  34. Among those places, Yanaka Kanno-ji Temple, Meguro Fudo, Yushima tenjin were called Edo no Santomi (three major tomikuji) and famous.
  35. Among those pupils of Toyohiko, especially Bunrin SHIOKAWA showed the talent.
  36. Among those related to government are economy watchers, who can include retailers, manufacturers or service providers such as golf course owners and taxi drivers; the government (the Cabinet Office) conducts the Economic Watchers Survey based on their economic assessments.
  37. Among those samurai, Morinaga ADACHI was chosen as the envoy for Tsunetane CHIBA and Yoshimori for Hirotsune KAZUSA.
  38. Among those stories, there is an outstanding one that Masamune even missed a meeting with Shogun Hidetada due to the hangover from drinking, while he made his way out by pretending to be sick.
  39. Among those streets, only a segment of the 'Kuruma oji' do not exist today.
  40. Among those that are sold at stores, there are some that are quick-fried instead of broiled.
  41. Among those who became Christians, some daimyo and their retainers took heed of the missionaries' views and chose to burn or knock down temples and shrines in their territory.
  42. Among those who had achieved the greatest feats on the Hideyoshi side, the following seven warriors came to be called the "Seven Spears of Shizugatake" by later generations.
  43. Among those who had administrative rights, the first person who was considered to be interested in education was Prince Shotoku (574- 622).
  44. Among those who had been besieged in the castle, Daizen ASHIBETSU communicated secretly, and his wife and children as well as his family were captured to be forced to kill themselves at Saeki Saisho-ji temple.
  45. Among those who had received their masters from Sekka, there were warlords such as Yusai HOSOKAWA, Ujisato GAMO, Hidenaga TOYOTOMI, and Hideie UKITA.
  46. Among those, 9 Research Institutes & Centers serve as "Joint Research Laboratories" & "Joint Research Centers", which means its research facilities are also used by other universities and institutions.
  47. Among those, here we show a run of the items of descriptions which are related with this world of us.
  48. Among those, the bamboo other than madake is used as higo, a susudake (bamboo with soot, those that are placed as a thatched roof of a house) is used for maetake, and unmonchiku (Leopard bamboo, Phyllostachys nigra f. boryana), Phyllostachys nigra cv. Punctata are sometimes used for decorative purposes.
  49. Among those, the following churches hold the remains of Xavier.
  50. Among those, the theory of a bribery is most popular, most of the movies, dramas, novels about Chushingura (The treasury of Loyal Retainers) adopts it.
  51. Among those, the works by Kakusho TAKAGAMI, Yuko MIYASAKA and others in the postwar period of Japan are well known.
  52. Among toji and other workers in a brewery, it is said "First, koji. Second, moto (sake mash), and Third, tsukuri" (preparation).
  53. Among toji groups, some groups such as Nanbu Toji (the toji group from present-day Iwate Prefecture) were formed in this way.
  54. Among tojinuta of Busei era, 'Karamusebi' (also known as 'doncha negoto') compiled in "Ukiyogusa" is well-known.
  55. Among top twenty in recorded history for all observation points in Japan, only four points have been recorded for baiu.
  56. Among townspeople, tabo puffed out downward, called Fukurotsuki, was prevailing (although men did not practice nukiemon).
  57. Among traditional cuisine of the Ainu, there is a dish called 'citatap,' in which salmon hizu (fish head cartilage) and gills are made into a tataki, mixed with soft roe and leeks, and seasoned with salt.
  58. Among troops of Nobunaga ODA, troops of Kazumasu TAKIGAWA and Nagahide NIWA, which acted as detached forces, burnt down Suma in Hyogo on January 11, 1579 and took up their position in the vicinity of Tsukaguchi.
  59. Among tsuitate-shoji, the tsu-shoji (tori-shoji) which has a square window, a screen, and bamboo blind on it to be seen from the inside and others were also invented.
  60. Among various Myoseki entertainer names (including eminent `tomena` (pinnacle) and `iemoto` (school/troupe leader)-like names) the prominent names are sometimes specifically called Dai-Myoseki (literally meaning great Myoseki).
  61. Among various debates that exist, there is a debate, for example, on whether a funeral should be considered hare or kegare.
  62. Among various events performed in this Loy Krathong festival, particularly well known is a beauty contest.
  63. Among various kayariki, a ceramic kayariki is the most common, 'kayaributa' (a mosquito repellent stick holder in the shape of a pig) is one of well-known designs including Banko-yaki (Banko ceramic ware) in Yokkaichi-juku Station (Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture).
  64. Among various rekichu, it was a new one, but it spread across modern Japan.
  65. Among various schools in the sashimono world, Kyo-sashimono in Kyoto and Edo-sashimono in Tokyo are particularly famous.
  66. Among various theories on the origin of the name 'ido' (literally,'well'), the most influential is that it simply meant 'a deep tea bowl like a well.'
  67. Among various theories, one theory states that it began with the townspeople of Urawa, a post-station town in Edo, serving kabayaki to travelers; another says that because the color of the broiled eel resembles that of gama (cattail), pronunciation of the name gamayaki eventually became corrupted into kabayaki.
  68. Among various types of kazari-fu, 'Kyokomachi-fu' and 'Hana-fu' (flower-shaped fu) of Kyoto and 'Kaga kazari-fu' (decorative fu of the Kaga region) are well known.
  69. Among various views on Omi-Ryo including the one which insists on its nonexistence, the most popular one is that it was a generic name for various individual laws and ordinances made with the aim of establishment of the system ruled by the ritsuryo codes and was not a systematic code.
  70. Among vassals were also those who made up a party to immigrate to Hokkaido.
  71. Among views which advocates that the mastermind was the imperial court, there are different views with respect to the key person of the plot, for example, the Emperor Ogimachi, Imperial Prince Sanehito or a noble such as Sakihisa KONOE.
  72. Among warriors with less than 10,000 koku, those who belonged to the Shogunate were called Jikisan.
  73. Among women belonging to Karyukai (world of geisha), the way they do their hair up in Japanese style or the position of Kanzashi are pre-determined based on their status or position.
  74. Among works in the early Liao Dynasty, there are wall paintings in the style of the painting academy in Northern Song at rocky hill temples (Shanxi Province) (AD 1167).
  75. Among works that refer to this are the "Hojo no Umi, Volume 2, 'Honba'"('Runaway Horses,' Volume 2, The Sea of Fertility) by Yukio MISHIMA.
  76. Among writers, Yasutaka TSUTSUI has been well known as an enthusiast of Kihachi since his youth, and dedicated an homage to the director in his first full-length novel "Umanokubi Fuunroku" (Adventurous chronicle of 'Horse Neck'), etc.
  77. Amongst educated people with kanbun (Chinese classics) knowedge in the Edo period, he was called as such in kanbun style.
  78. Amongst his daughters were the wife of Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), Sadamoto NONOMIYA; Jukoin, the concubine of udaijin (minister of the right), Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA (Seii taishogun, literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians" for the Edo bakufu); the wife of Gon Chunagon, Tadataka KAJUJI; and the wife of Gon Chunagon, Michiharu ATAGO.
  79. Amongst his elder sisters of the same biological mother was Gotobain no Kunaikyo.
  80. Amongst his friends were FUJIWARA no Kinto, FUJIWARA no Sanekata, and FUJIWARA no Nobukata.
  81. Amongst his pupils, Sohen allowed Soitsu TORII, a wealthy merchant, to use the name Konnichian and Sadazane SUGANUMA, the lord of Shinjo Domain in Mikawa Province, to use the name Yohoan, while he himself used Fushinan.
  82. Amongst his sons were Hirosada SEIKANJI, Gon Dainagon, and Naofusa MADENOKOJI, Gon Dainagon.
  83. Amongst many sake brewers February is seen as the best time to open for business each year.
  84. Amongst players, the shakuhachi is sometimes referred to simply as "bamboo" ("ta-ke").
  85. Amongst powerful countries, he was especially aware of Russia and England.
  86. Amongst such individuals there were people who gave themselves the (unofficial) private title of `Goshi` however this was not formal arrangement, but instead, a private title, and therefore such individuals can be easily confused with `true` goshi when considering goshi from an academic standpoint.
  87. Amongst the 'ryorijaya' teahouses, there are establishments that were established in the Edo period and still operate as Japanese restaurants to this day.
  88. Amongst the Kuge clan lineage can be found the Ukai clan and Iwauchi clan.
  89. Amongst the Yokogawa priests there was one large priest standing 2.12 meters tall, wearing a huge intimidating black leather waistband, sleeves of matching fur, and gauntlets on his left and right hands and he brandished a long sword.
  90. Amongst the chaos of those associated with Kitahama Bank, the first request for financial aid to Fujita Zaibatsu was rejected by Baron FUJITA because of his father's will stating his desire for them not to get too deeply involved with the bank.
  91. Amongst the extensive Imperial private estates, Gosaga had planned so that Gofukakusa could inherit the large Chokodo group of private estates consisting of over 100 estates around the country, but Gofukakusa was not satisfied.
  92. Amongst the followers of Meikaku KUSAKABE, it was Tenrai HIDAI who acted in the grandest way.
  93. Amongst the passes around 400 meter high on the current National Route 162, Kurio-toge Pass is the only one which doesn't have a tunnel.
  94. Amongst the things thought to have been products from the Wa state, iron and silk were mainly unearthed in northern Kyushu.
  95. Amongst them, ARIWARA no Narihira and ONO no Komachi are especially famous, and KI no Tsurayuki, one of the selectors of "Kokin Wakashu" (compiled in about 913), gave them a nickname 'Rokkasen.'
  96. Amongst them, OTOMO no Yakamochi, YAMABE no Akahito and KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro are especially famous.
  97. Amongst them, the Amida Buddha's "Seiho Gokuraku Jodo (The West Pure Land)" is a famous one.
  98. Amongst them, the offspring of children who were born from the parents of different species are often described as the earliest ancestors of the imperial family and noble clans.
  99. Amongst these students were Juntaro TAKAHASHI, Kurata MORISHIMA and Haruo HAYASHI from Japan, and they broke new ground with their experimental pharmacology.
  100. Amongst these, there are several instances of 'descendents of the gods are called Arahitogami.'
  101. Amongst wagashi, there is a sub-category called Manufactured Confectionary where the product is particularly exquisite and this product is made of edible ingredients used in making wagashi but, express an array of traditional Japanese themes related to the beauty of nature.
  102. Amount of Money
  103. Amount of bills confiscated or lost: 285,659
  104. Amount of bills redeemed for government bonds: 2,052,745
  105. Amount of bills redeemed for new bank notes: 45,661,595
  106. Amount of consumption of permanganic acid potassium salt
  107. Amount of discharge: 351 l/min (daily 500 tons approx.)
  108. Amount of rice for brewing sake: 909,337
  109. Amulets and Talismans
  110. Amulets of the four guardian gods which protect Kyoto have been distributed at Heian-jingu Shrine.
  111. Amusement
  112. Amusement and leisure
  113. Amusement comparatively new (after the modern times)
  114. Amusement existing comparatively from old times (before the early-modern times)
  115. Amusement facilities
  116. Amusement park, theme park, movie theater, and cinema complex (cinecom)
  117. Amusing anecdotes are told about him as follows: He talked about women with his friends, He ate a deep-fried dragonfly, He pressed on a notebook his own made stamp with a design of a container of mosquito repellent stick.
  118. An "arimitama" is a god who acts malevolently.
  119. An "umeboshi" is a shiozuke (a salted food) of ume (Japanese apricots), which is dried in the sun after being preserved in salt.
  120. An 'Official Guesthouse' is temporarily established during international exhibitions in order to welcome royal families, heads of state, and cabinet-level officials from participant nations, who visit the site on the national day of each country.
  121. An 'advanced professional course' was established in addition to Applied Economic Theory Major (Master's Degree) within Graduate School of Economics.
  122. An 'ata' (the 'ata' coming after the 'y' of 'Yata') was a unit for measuring circumference, with one ata being equivalent to approximately twenty-four centimeters.
  123. An 'inkin' is a small 'rin' with a cushion and a handle for being portable.
  124. An 'owner' is time-bound, so farmers are not turned into tenants.
  125. An 'uchikake' outer garment featuring hexagonal and diamond patterns created in embroidery and pressed gold leaf.
  126. An 87.6cm tall yosegi-zukuri style statue (constructed from multiple pieces of wood).
  127. An Account of the Sixty-Six Provinces of Japan - Undiscovered
  128. An Aeba no Tsubone's older sister was Kaizu no tsubone (Kogenin.
  129. An Aizen Myoo (Ragaraja) which is said to have been a Nenjibutsu (a small statue of Buddha kept beside the person) belonging to Ichi remains in Odani-ji Temple.
  130. An American film starring Dolph Lundgren
  131. An American missionary, William Martin (William Alexander Parsons Martin; Chinese name "丁?良") set his hands to translation.
  132. An Amida jodo mandala (Pure Land Mandala of Amida): Painted in the Heian period, designated as an Important Cultural Property
  133. An Ancient Capital
  134. An Anecdotal History of the Three Kingdoms of Ancient Korea
  135. An Ashigaru taisho was a commanding officer who lead Ashigaru troops (foot soldiers) under a daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) during Japan's Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States).
  136. An Edo residence was bestowed on him by the bakufu in Asakusa (later Honjo)
  137. An Encyclopedia on food in the early part of the Edo period.
  138. An Englishman named Atkinson, who visited Japan in the Meiji period, watched this heating process at sake breweries in various parts of Japan in 1881.
  139. An ICOCA card shall expire when it hasn't been used for 10 years since the final date of usage, and the deposit for such card is not refundable.
  140. An Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was alone and ripe, falling off a tree, under which Hideyori TOYOTOMI was ready to pick it up (Rakushu at Nijo-jo Castle).
  141. An Imperial Visit to the Horse Races: Horse races are held at the mansion of Chancellor FUJIWARA no Yorimichi.
  142. An Imperial prince who had been designated as Chokun conventionally performed Rittaishi no Rei (ceremonial investiture of the Crown Prince) to declare both domestically and internationally that he became Crown Prince who was the heir to the Imperial throne.
  143. An Imperial princess, who was an elder maternal sister of the Emperor, got married to a retainer was unprecedented, and surprised the people.
  144. An Imperial sanction was necessary for any overseas trips taken by members of the Imperial family (Article 43 of the former Imperial House Act).
  145. An Imperial sanction was necessary for the arrest of or summoning to court of a member of the Imperial family (Article 51 of the former Imperial House Act).
  146. An Imperial villa where Emperors lived after abdication of the throne during the Heian period.
  147. An Important Cultural Property.
  148. An Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings
  149. An Inquiry Into the Good
  150. An NBC news anchor.
  151. An Ojo-in Temple celebrating Amida Nyorai will be established in a Bessho (remote religious facilities from main temple facilities) and sick members will be transferred there.
  152. An Ometsuke (chief inspector of the Edo shogunate) and a Metsuke (inspector of foot soldiers) also attended trials and the Kanjo-bugyo was in charge of practical work.
  153. An Oracle of Usa-jingu Shrine and Demotion Transfer
  154. An Oten-mon Gate (応天門 or 應天門.) was located on the back side of the palace of the Heijo-kyo Capital and another Oten-mon Gate on the back side of the palace of the Heian-kyo Capital: The Oten-mon Gate constituted the official gate to Chodoin (Hasshoin) where government operations and important ceremonies in the Imperial Court were executed.
  155. An Ozumo wrestler named Okinoemon KAGAMIYAMA, who lived during the Genroku era in the Edo period, started a tachiai style of touching a dohyo with his fist, and other wrestlers began to adopt this style.
  156. An Uchiwa fan consists of two parts, fan part and handle part which supports the fan part.
  157. An Udoneri (ministerial equerry).
  158. An Unabridged Japanese-English Dictionary' jointly-edited by Yukichika IWASAKI and Francis BRINKLEY and published by Sanseido (1896)
  159. An abandoned child Yokichi was raised by a thief Tsukinowano Okuma and became a chivalrous robber Nezumi kozo who steals money from daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) and wealthy merchants and provides it to the poor.
  160. An abbreviated name of a school for teacher training.
  161. An abbreviation for "Sanyo Jidoshado Expressway."
  162. An abbreviation for 'Gojo no toku' (five eternal virtues), which is one of the concepts in the Confucian Gogyo shiso (Five Element Theory).
  163. An abbreviation for the Sanmon School of the Tendai Sect headquartered at Mt. Hiei (refer to 'Tendai Sect').
  164. An abbreviation of Hengebutsu or Okebutsu (transformations of Buddha).
  165. An abolished family is a case that depends on determination of the head of a family but an extinct family is based on unavoidable occurrence.
  166. An aboveground station with two island platforms serving four tracks, Nagaokatenjin Station has a passing loop and the station building is located on the bridge.
  167. An aboveground station with two separate platforms serving two tracks, Kamikatsura Station has a passing loop that enables trains running in opposing directions to pass each other.
  168. An abridged translation of the English translation by Arthur WALEY was published in 1927.
  169. An abundantly flowing spring is located within the garden's inner area and this creates the pond around which the garden is centered.
  170. An academic degree is not always indicated.
  171. An academic investigation in 1950 showed that the coffins of FUJIWARA no Kiyohira, Motohira and Hidehira and a bucket for the severed heads of Yasuhira, the fourth head of the Oshu-Fujiwara clan, were placed under Shumidan.
  172. An academic variorum edition such as "The Tale of Genji Match-up" and "Genji monogatari taisei" were created according to these books.
  173. An accident occurs whenever there is a plan to transfer the burial mound, and it is greatly feared even to this day.
  174. An accompaniment for Sukeroku entering onto the hanamichi is called 'Deha no Uta.'
  175. An account of Kuranosuke's debauchery is depicted in a book written by Katsunobu OCHIAI, yet this seems to have been compiled from accounts of those who had left the radical Edo faction, such as Genshiro SHINDO and Gengozaemon KOYAMA, although none of this was mentioned in Horibe's account.
  176. An account of the third visit in 1574 in an unpublished correspondence by Luis Frois states that Frois and Lorenzo followed the mountain path from the capital to Tanba.
  177. An account of those days is described in detail in the Kingdom's own "Hyojosho Monjo (Written Record of Conference Chamber Proceedings) of the Ryukyu Kingdom."
  178. An accouterment of sword, tsuka-gashira (pommel) which decorates the hilt of the sword is characteristic for its circinate design like crosier of bracken.
  179. An accurate genealogy cannot be created because a roll of family tree in "Nihonshoki" has been lost, and we can barely know the circumstances at the time from the surviving fragment of "Joguki".
  180. An accurate place where it was deployed is unknown.
  181. An action game for the Xbox
  182. An action movie star who works in Hollywood.
  183. An action of slapping something in the air substitutes for a real slap.
  184. An activity like magic also often deals with the idea of aisho.
  185. An actor Shinnosuke IKEHATA is Yuki's biological child and he was trained by his father when he was a child and he had been a talented dancer for a long time with the name of natori (the holder of a diploma in Japanese dance) 'Yushu YOSHIMURA.'
  186. An actor of female roles who performs bravely is called 'Onna Budo' (a woman of worrier rank, or a woman of warlike spirit, capable of fighting a man) and Hangaku is its representative role.
  187. An actor who plays Giheiji and I should get along fine.'
  188. An actor who plays the role of a brave man called an aragoto (a Kabuki play featuring exaggerated postures, makeup, and costumes) draws red or black lines called kumadori on their face to give the impression that he is brave.
  189. An actress Youko TSUKASA was born into a branch family of the Shoji family.
  190. An actress who played Juliet was Aki HANO, a poster actress of theater group ☆ Sinkansen.
  191. An actual chief executive administrator.
  192. An actual size replica of the Tai-an Teahouse as it was at the time of its construction is on display at the nearby Oyamazaki-cho Rekishi Shiryokan (Oyamazaki-Cho Historical Archives).
  193. An adapter to use CPUs with different working voltages is sometimes called so.
  194. An additional request to Japan was the suppression of wako.
  195. An additional section is counted when boarding the train at Kurama Station to change at Takaragaike Station for Yase-Hieizanguchi Station, or in the opposite case.
  196. An additional spot was designated in 1965.
  197. An additional territory of 50,000 koku was given to the Shimazu clan in Osumi, Satsuma Province.
  198. An administration house
  199. An administrative director of incorporated foundation Umewaka-kai (Umewaka group), a managing director of the Nohgaku Performers' Association.
  200. An administrator of each province
  201. An adopted child of FUJIWARA no Naganori, who was Monjo hakase (professor of literature) of the FUJIWARA no Sadatsugu line of the Southern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  202. An adopted child of TACHIBANA no Narisue.
  203. An adopted child of the Shikaku the first.
  204. An adopted child of the eighth.
  205. An adopted child of the fifth Kikugoro ONOE.
  206. An adopted child of the first.
  207. An adopted child of the second Tosshi SAWAMURA.
  208. An adopted child of the third.
  209. An adopted man as the husband for the daughter of the sixth Kichibe.
  210. An adopted son of the Montoku-Genji (Minamoto clan) MINAMOTO no Akitsune.
  211. An adult beginner wears a white belt, and a rank-holder wears a black belt and black hakama (formal men's divided skirt).
  212. An adult puts it on and the Shojo becomes a giant with over 2 meters in height.
  213. An advance reservation is required in order to see the zashiki on the second floor, considering the planned preservation of damaged portions.
  214. An advanced technique is required for positioning the holes and hole making to realize the instrument's scale.
  215. An advertisement stating that 'rice is fattening, but bread brings you a nice figure,' which lacked any scientific basis, was often released, targeting Japanese who had become affluent and interested in fashion.
  216. An advisory council with thirteen members is formed.
  217. An advocator of the emperor organ theory, Tatsukichi MINOBE made a speech to refute Kikuchi's claim, but it could not stop the blame on him.
  218. An aesthetic area is an 'Area Designated for Conservation of Scenic Beauty of Cities' (City Planning Act Article 9).
  219. An aesthetic character expressed by Noh is the well-known "Yugen (delicate beauty, subtle and profound). "
  220. An affiliate of the company, Makino Eiga (film studio), was actually the same company; therefore, it will also be described herein.
  221. An age
  222. An air section is provided for switching power supplies.
  223. An akagobue is a bamboo fue that produces the sound like a baby's cry.
  224. An alleged site of murdering Domanmaru is somewhere near Yotsuya-toride Fortress.
  225. An already existing five-hole shakuhachi can be modified into a seven-hole shakuhachi.
  226. An altar for an individual household is also called onaibutsu.
  227. An altar for the family of the chief priest at a temple is called onaibutsu to distinguish it from the altar installed in the main hall.
  228. An altar is a structure for making sacrifices and offerings to gods, spirits, and death.
  229. An altar is built in the center of the site, and following the posting of the joju-honzen (the principal image drawn by a past high priest) of the temple and sutra-chanting by the chief priest, the kuwaire no gishiki (a ground-breaking ritual) is carried out.
  230. An altar is set up in front, and rice, sake, salt, water, items loved by the deceased, and so on are offered.
  231. An alternate name
  232. An alternate story says that he was born in Enshu Hamamatsu and was named Hachiro SANADA, but he was renamed Goemon ISHIKAWA by a doctor family named Kotei YAMAUCHI in Ishikawa county, Kawachi province.
  233. An alternate street which goes to Kyoto.
  234. An alternative character for 'mitsu' of the name of Rokuharamitsu-ji Temple has also been commonly used but this is incorrect.
  235. An alternative explanation is that Yorimori's health may have already begun to deteriorate.
  236. An alternative legend puts the time of the temple's founding by Kukai at the year 807 and states that it subsequently became known as Imakumano Kannon-ji Temple (within the Sennyu-ji Temple precinct, stamp office for temple number 15 of the Saigoku Sanjusankasho (the 33 temples that are visited during the Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage)).
  237. An alternative version maintains that he died on March 25.
  238. An alternative version maintains that he returned to farming.
  239. An ama is an unmarried woman over the age of 20 or a woman who becomes a priestess after the period of Shamini (a female Buddhist novice), even though she has been married.
  240. An amendment to strengthen the power of the Emperor was presented and it was rumored that behind-the-scenes work for the General Headquarters (GHQ) had been completed but the proposal was denied.
  241. An amnesty to be carried out for the victims who supported Sonno Joi during the Sakuradamongai and Sakashita mongai Incidents as part of the celebrations for Kazunomiya koka (the marriage of the Kazunomiya Imperial princess to an commoner.)
  242. An amusement park, 'Mori no Yuenchi' (Amusement Park of the Forest), was established; the station adopted the name of the amusement park for a time, and the place became a popular sightseeing spot.
  243. An analysis before the war
  244. An analysis of kosa conducted in Nagoya in 1979 showed that most of the sand grain sizes are distributed roughly between 1 μm to 30 μm, with its distribution peak at 4μm.
  245. An analysis of sediments showed that kosa originated as early as in the latter half of the Cretaceous period, or from approx. 70 million years ago.
  246. An analysis of the Historical studies
  247. An ancestor of the Senda family, a samurai who guarded the north side of the Imperial Court of retired emperors from the Settsu Province and first Choemon, became a karakami maker in his later years.
  248. An ancient Kokufu remains nationwide as a place name "国府" in Chinese characters, which is pronounced 'Ko.'
  249. An ancient capital can be defined as a place which has been the national capital since the ancient times or a place which was once the national capital city.
  250. An ancient commentary known as "Hakuzoshi" makes reference to chapters called 'Sakuhito', 'Samushiro', and 'Sumori', and an old edition of The Tale of Genji that is said to have been copied by FUJIWARA no Tameuji mentions chapters called 'Norinoshi,' 'Sumori,' 'Sakurabito' and 'Hiwariko'.
  251. An ancient copy of Kankyo no Tomo has been passed down through the generations and still remains in existence at Sonkeikaku-bunko (a library of the Kaga Maeda family) today.
  252. An ancient document (324) in the Kanazawa Library confirmed that he was a member of Yoriaishu (the top decision-making organ) in 1309.
  253. An ancient document of the Kanazawa Library describes that Shunnyobo Kaiyo (俊如房快誉), a priest of the Shomyo-ji Temple went on board it.
  254. An ancient grave in Nishinoyama in Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City, is believed to be his.
  255. An ancient monument marking the easternmost edge of Shinsen-en Garden stands to the south of Nijo-jo Castle (Oshikoji Horikawa Higashi-hairu).
  256. An ancient temple which has been said to have been founded by Kukai (Kobo Daishi (a posthumous title of the priest Kukai)) in 814, the early Heian period.
  257. An ancient temple, and said to have been founded in 599 by Prince Shotoku.
  258. An anecdote about the Boxer Rebellion
  259. An anecdote about yakata-go in the "Hojo Genan Oboegaki"
  260. An anecdote almost same as the captions of "Shigisan Engi" is contained in "Uji Shui Monogatari" (a collection of the Tales from Uji), and "Konjaku Monogatari (Shu) " (The Tale of Times Now Past) also contains an anecdote about foundation of Shigisan-ji Temple.
  261. An anecdote exist in Okayama that Kuranosuke was, in fact, the son of Genba IKEDA, the chief retainer of the IKEDA family of Okayama domain, Bizen province originally going by the name of Kyuma IKEDA and was later adopted by Yoshitaka OISHI.
  262. An anecdote from his childhood states that he and Motoharu, who was his older brother, had a snowball fight with four vassals on each side.
  263. An anecdote goes that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI once had water for tea ceremony picked up from this spot of the bridge at that time.
  264. An anecdote has it that he became a policeman in Kyoto in 1875.
  265. An anecdote is told that Kagetsuna KATAKURA, with his short sword, enucleated Masamune's right eye that spoiled his appearance.
  266. An anecdote of translating "Kaitai Shinsho" described in "Rangaku Kotohajime" is that Genpaku didn't understand a word "verheffen" in the section of nose and thought for a while until he got that the word meant "mound".
  267. An angered Yoshimoto destroyed Soke of the Toda clan and had the Asahina clan move into the Toda family's Tawara-jo Castle.
  268. An animated film and a novel were also produced based on this manga.
  269. An animator.
  270. An anime created by Nippon Television
  271. An anime produced by Nagoya Broadcasting Network Co., Ltd. and Sunrise Inc., an animated film production company, and aired by TV Asahi.
  272. An annalistic, story-like history written by a woman
  273. An annotated edition is available from Kodansha Gakujutsu Bunko (Academic Library, Kodansha Ltd.).
  274. An annotated edition of Yonghui Lu.
  275. An annotated edition of the Ming medical book 'Hachijuichinankyo' was published in Ichijodani, using the wood block printing technique.
  276. An announcement called "yakunin kaena," which means an explanation of casting by a puppet called "kojo ningyo," is always made in front of the curtain.
  277. An announcement is made regarding a change to the advertisement poster due to there being 'too many complaints.'
  278. An annual festival observed on November 18 at Unemejinja shrine by Sarusawa no ike pond in Nara prefecture.
  279. An antenna for the wireless system is set on the roof of taxis.
  280. An antenna-like part on the rooftop is called 'Sorin' (a metal pinnacle).
  281. An antependium hung on the front is used as decoration, and some altars have decorations applied directly to their front.
  282. An anthology of then-current popular songs titled "Ryojin-hisho" (literally, "Songs to Make the Dust Dance on the Beams"), which belongs to a period slightly later than the "Shin-sarugoki," contains a scene of a shrine maiden named Tota who danced a dance swinging a bell in her hand in its phrase, 'Is it the manner to swing the bell, Tota miko?'
  283. An anthology: White Collected Works.
  284. An apparition of the skeleton which TAIRA no Kiyomori is said to have met in "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike) was drawn so as to make the fusuma and the moon overlap to look like a skeleton in 'The picture of Kiyomori seeing several hundreds of heads in Fukuhara.'
  285. An appearance where male students put on Geta in combination with a loose outfit (school uniform) as fashion is called Bankara (rough and uncouth style).
  286. An appellation made by FUJIWARA no Kinto, Waka Murasaki in "The Tale of Genji"
  287. An appendix to Gakumon no Susume (published with new characters but old ways to read)
  288. An appendix to Gakumon no Susume, Iwanami Shoten (Iwanami Bunko), 1994, ISBN 978-4000071543
  289. An applicant for a staff position must contact the committee and attend meetings.
  290. An appointed territory distributed, but the income from the territory as rice stored provided by the head family (e.g. a branch family of the Satake clan of Kubota Domain).
  291. An appointment must be made through the Kyoto office of the Imperial Household Agency in order to visit the inside of the building. (Please click the external link below for information on visiting this building.)
  292. An approximate formula regarding the relationship between the arc and chord was included.
  293. An aqueduct of the Lake Biwa Canal passes the front gate of the temple.
  294. An archaeological approach
  295. An archaic word, 'tsu' corresponds to a modern word of 'no' used, for example, when we say 'watashi no hon' (my book).
  296. An archer learns the feeling of shooting an arrow through this makiwara practice.
  297. An archer, dressed in hunting gear, spurs his horse into a gallop while shooting his arrows one after another.
  298. An architect Sutemi HORIGUCHI consciously recited this.
  299. An architect, Yoshiro TANIGUCHI, wrote an article on the disappearance of the Rokumei-kan Pavilion with a title, 'Lamentation of Meiji,' for the Tokyo Nichi Nichi Shinbun in November 8.
  300. An architect.
  301. An architectural historian Tadashi SEKINO (1868-1935) and others advocated that the 'Hoki-ji Sanjunoto Robanmei' was a counterfeit.
  302. An area in and around Tomonoura was designated place of extraordinary scenic beauty in 1925, and it composes a group of the first national parks designated pursuant to the National Park Acts enacted in 1931 (the Seto Inland Sea National Park).
  303. An area of flat land called "Tsumenomaru" exists in a place 631 meters above sea level at the tip of the southeast ridge, and earthwork remains can be found there.
  304. An area surrounded with a moat, an earthen wall or a stone wall was called kuruwa, and a castle had several kuruwa.
  305. An area to the north of the shrine is called 'Hi-no-tani' (lit. fire valley) by locals.
  306. An area where a group of merchant houses were built up is referred to as a merchant town.
  307. An area where the legation of each country is located shall be reserved for its use only.
  308. An aristocratic culture centered in Heian-kyo (ancient Kyoto) with influences from the late Tang culture.
  309. An army language student (due to death in action: enshrined at the Yasukuni-jinja Shrine on November 2, 1882)
  310. An army language student (due to death in action: enshrined at the Yasukuni-jinja Shrine on November 6, 1882)
  311. An army of the Kokujin-shu (local samurais) of Yamashiro Province and Tomotsune AKAZAWA' army from Makishima-jo Castle, in cooperation, kept to Yodo kojo Castle.
  312. An army or navy field officer, or company officer was appointed to the post.
  313. An army or navy major, or field officer was appointed to the post.
  314. An arrangement of adoption was made to make her a sister-in-law of Saneeda, who had become naidaijin (minister of the interior) that same year, and she entered the imperial court as a lady from the Sanjonishi family and was allowed to meet the Emperor Gomizunoo.
  315. An array of sculptures were produced by Buddhist sculptors from the Kei school, who were esteemed highly by Chogen in the revival period of the Kamakura era, and they are regarded as very important today together with those from the Kofuku-ji Temple.
  316. An arrow - The arrow used in Toshiya was also a special version for the contest, which was a lightweight one having just a small feather and no arrowhead.
  317. An arrow discharged by two assassins hit and killed Sukechika's legitimate son, Sukeyasu KAWAZU, who was with Sukechika.
  318. An arrow hit the neck of Taketoki running around.
  319. An arrow is given to the winner of the first bout, a string to the winner of the second bout and a bow to the winner of the last bout.
  320. An arrow made assuming that it would be thrown as a weapon and a tool of pleasure (see the following description on Toku (Game of Pitch-Pot)).
  321. An art of self defence in Onmyodo.
  322. An article about reckless management practices at Kitahama Bank was published in Osaka Nichinichi Shinbun (Newspaper).
  323. An article by Mizunoto-Tori, May 720 in "Shoku Nihongi" describes as follows:
  324. An article dated September 23, 1582 in 'Osukaki,' describes Ieyasu TOKUGAWA commanding a group of vassals in Yokosuka to perform kamari when he was fighting Ujinao HOJO at the Shinpu-jo Castle in the Kai Province.
  325. An article from August of 540 describes, "Those who have been naturalized from Shoban (clans coming from foreign lands), such as Hatahito (Hata people) and the Han (Chinese), were assembled, placed according to kokugun (provinces and districts) and their family registers were edited.
  326. An article from December of Emperor Kenzo states, 'The vassals met with the Emperor.'
  327. An article from December of Emperor Seinei states, 'The Omuraji (the highest administrator of the ancient Japanese Imperial Court) OTOMO no Muroya led the Omi (retainers with one of the two highest hereditary titles), the Muraji (retainers with one of the two highest hereditary titles) etc., and presented the treasures to the Imperial prince.'
  328. An article from December of Emperor Senka states, 'The vassals presented the sword and the mirror to Takeohirokuni Oshitate no mikoto which immediately made him an emperor.'
  329. An article from December of the first year of Emperor Ingyo states, 'At this moment, the crowd of retainers felt great happiness, immediately presenting the Emperor's treasures and admiring them.'
  330. An article from February of the first year of Emperor Keitai states, "The Omuraji OTOMO no Kanamura knelt down and presented the sacred treasures of the mirror and the sword.'
  331. An article from January of the first year of Emperor Jomei states, 'Ministers and vassals presented the sacred treasures to Imperial Prince Tamura.'
  332. An article from June of Emperor Kotoku states, 'Princess Ametoyotakaraikashihitarashihime was presented with the sacred treasures and conferred an empress.'
  333. An article from November of Emperor Suiko states, 'Many vassals went out to ask for donations for a temple. 三に至りて乃ち従ひたまふ.'
  334. An article from the 4th month of the year 770 (May, 770) contains a record of the 'twelve dai-ji temples.'
  335. An article in "The Montoku Jitsuroku" (official national history book), in which the death of the Imperial Prince is described, asserts that he actually directed the Shikibu-sho as a chief officer, describing '久在式部 諳職務 凡在旧典 莫不達練 挙朝重之.'
  336. An article of July 2 (old lunar calendar; July 25, 662) in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) describes that this battle occurred 'prior to this day,' so it most likely took place over few days before July 24.
  337. An article of July 21, 701 of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) reported that FUMI no Nemaro was allotted 100 households for his previous merits.
  338. An article on calendar making given in the Zoryo (Law on Miscellaneous Matters) of the Yoro Ritsuryo Code stipulate that Onmyoryo (more concretely Rekihakase) should make beforehand a New Year calendar and submit it to the Nakatsukasasho on every November 1st and that the Nakatsukasasho should present it to the Emperor.
  339. An artificial burial mound is placed at the center back of the main stage (Kogata is inside)
  340. An artificial car to carry seawater barrels is brought out, and after a cry the sisters Matsukaze and Murasame appear.
  341. An artificial izutsu (wooden frame around a well) is placed at the center front of the stage.
  342. An artificial pine is placed at front center.
  343. An aspect of arrangements for marriage at that time is described vividly as Akoki, who was a nyobo (court lady) serving the himegimi, acted as a romantic go-between through her husband, Tatewaki.
  344. An aspect of the Okanname-sai within the Shikinen Sengu is the use of grain, and the shelf life of grain is 20 years.
  345. An aspect to his character was being stubborn, therefore the word Ganko Ittetsu (written: 頑固一徹 and meaning adamant) was said to be born from his name 'Ittetsu.'
  346. An aspiring rakugoka permitted to initiate by the master to be taken on as his disciple.
  347. An assembly widely convoked shall be established, and all matters of state shall be decided by public discussion.
  348. An assessment of his personality
  349. An assistant manager of Tsurubezushi, but actually TAIRA no Koremori, Sanmi no chujo (lieutenant general of Sakone-fu with the third rank) and the first son of TAIRA no Shigemori.
  350. An assistant often served concurrently as Lesser Counselor, and when there was no vacant post for a person who was transferred from the Bureau of Horses to the Inner Palace Guard, he was temporarily appointed assistant to wait the availability of the post of Middle Captain.
  351. An assortment of Inari-zushi and Maki-zushi is called sukeroku.
  352. An astonished FUJIWARA no Munetada came running and was told by Tadazane he had 'run out of luck' (Munetada's "Chuyu-ki" chronicle).
  353. An astronomer Yoshihide KOZAI is the eldest son of Yoshimasa and his wife Sumie (accordingly he is Yoshinao's legitimate grandchild).
  354. An athletic sport
  355. An atmosphere to appreciate tea utensils imported from China had already grown by the Muromachi period, however, chajin, namely men of tea, began to establish their own criterion of their forms and midokoro (characteristics) for ranking the tea utensils.
  356. An atsuage made of fine-grained tofu (kinugoshidofu) is called 'kinuatsuage' and is much softer than normal atsuage.
  357. An attack against Osaka
  358. An attack against the Koyasan Temple
  359. An attack on Ryoma SAKAMOTO by the Fushimi magistrate carried out in 1866.
  360. An attempt to make Ekiben local specialties and to expand Ekiben sales as an event goods
  361. An attempt to reduce costs
  362. An auspicious phrase, such as 'I draw golden water,' was chanted on drawing wakamizu.
  363. An authenticated [an official, a state-approved] history
  364. An author of haikai (seventeen-syllable verse) who mixed with Gengo OTAKA.
  365. An author, Ryotaro SHIBA, guessed that Sayaka was a transliteration of a Japanese name 'Saemon' that means 'Saika' in his essay, and Jiro KOSAKA wrote a novel stating that Sayaka was Saika on the same grounds.
  366. An autograph plaque reading 'Banrei Hoonkyo' (home of repayment of a kindness by all souls) is set up in the rustic gate.
  367. An automated announcement of the number of cars comprising trains is made only at Platform 2.
  368. An automatic announcement indicating the number of cars is available only on Platform 2.
  369. An automatic ticket gate is installed only on the Kurama-bound platform.
  370. An automatic ticket vending machine is found only on the platform at which the train bound for Demachiyanagi Station stops, and the machine operates from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  371. An automatic ticket vending machine is provided only on the platform at which the train bound for Demachiyanagi Station stops, and the machine operates from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  372. An autumn mountain covered with frost is said to be deified as Akiyamanoshitabiotoko.
  373. An avant-garde artist.
  374. An average of 1,345 people a day used the station in fiscal year 2006, with most passengers being business commuters from Kyoto City since this area has many government and other public offices.
  375. An avoidance of alcohol from young people
  376. An decathlete.
  377. An demand notice to exclude foreign ships from the Yokohama port was made to Yoshinobu on October 13, and the same was made to the chief roju Tadashige Sakai who visited the Imperial Court on October 26.
  378. An eager support for the bulletin can be seen in a letter to a newspaper as follows.
  379. An ear pick was attached at the back.
  380. An ear pick was initially attached for practical use, but later just for design.
  381. An ear pick was originally for practical use, but later used just for design.
  382. An earldom was granted to the family in the time of Tokinao YAMASHINA, after the Meiji Restoration.
  383. An early modern reconstruction of a building formerly named 'Noryo-bo' (lit. cool dwelling) that served as Kukai's former quarters.
  384. An early summer rain,but are they raindrops or my tears?A cuckoo, pleasefly up into the sky and go above the clouds taking my name with you.
  385. An earth-paved bridge or wooden bridge was built over the moat at the koguchi that faced enemies, the plates of the wooden bridge were removed or broken to separate the inside from the outside of the castle or the inside from the outside the citadel, or a special bridge designed to be mobile was moved.
  386. An earthenware with a description of Ukai, which was estimated to be around the 5th century, a hundred years earlier than the age of Ukai in Japan, was excavated from the Chancay Valley in Peru and housed in the Amano Museum in Lima City.
  387. An eastern country bumpkin's first visit to the capital
  388. An eastern, southern and northern African dish made with cornmeal or cassava flour.
  389. An easy method for beginners to judge is to taste sake after diluting sake to alcohol content of 14 % and at drinking temperature.
  390. An easy-to-understand lecture is given using slides to show the appeal of oriental antique art and based on the latest findings of the research (only with a regular museum charge and without no fee for attending the lecture).
  391. An echo wire (hibikisen) is not equipped in the sound chamber.
  392. An economic area centered around the three cities above in which the capitals of all six prefectures in the Kinki region (excluding Mie Prefecture) are concentrated.
  393. An economic newspaper named 'Kyoto Syoji Jinpo' was launched in June.
  394. An economical, unfinished model kit of Hankyu commuter trains is sold by Greenmax Corporation.
  395. An economist (econometrics).
  396. An ecstasy in intercourse between a man and a woman is a pure state of Bodhisattva.'
  397. An edict of 1725 proclaimed that the amount of payment was that of one third of cash tax payments in gold or silver in addition to an increase of 3 ryo gold per 35 koku and an increase of 5 monme silver per 1 koku of rice.
  398. An editor of "Honcho monzui" (Anthology of waka poems and prose written in classical Chinese).
  399. An editor, Hokiichi HANAWA, took 41 years to collect and edit them, worrying about the loss of old books.
  400. An editorial called 'Chosen Jinmin no Tameni Sono Kuni no Metsubo o Gasu' (Celebrate the destruction of the country for Korean people) published five months after the 'Datsu-A Ron.'
  401. An eel dish called 'hitsumabushi' was invented in Nagoya City in the Meiji period.
  402. An eight-minute walk from Nishinokyo Station on the Kintetsu Kashihara Line, run by Kinki Nippon Railway Company
  403. An eight-pillared gate, rebuilt most recently in the Kamakura period.
  404. An eishaku indicates an honorable position or rank.
  405. An elaborate painting is interpreted as a work described in every detail, and monumental painting is interpreted as having a high-minded style.
  406. An elder brother from the same mother was Emperor Shirakawa.
  407. An elder brother of Imperial Prince Kitashirakawanomiya Yoshihisa, Imperial Prince Kachonomiya Hirotsune, Imperial Prince Komatsunomiya Akihito, Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Kotohito, and Imperial Prince Higashifushiminomiya Yorihito.
  408. An elder maternal half-sister of the Empress Teimei, Kazuko, was a wife of Kozui OTANI, the chief priest of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple.
  409. An elder sister of the Empress Teimei, Kikumaro ouhi Noriko, was the princess of Prince Yamashinanomiya Kikumaro.
  410. An elderly couple (main and secondary roles) come and start to sweep under the shade of the tree.
  411. An elderly man (both wealthy and retired) who saw this, immediately started making flirtatious small talk with the young woman in an all out effort to seduce her.
  412. An elderly nobleman of Mito Domain, Nariaki TOKUGAWA had previously retired, but retuned to domain administration and pushed the Mito lord Yoshiatsu TOKUGAWA (the first son of Nariaki), to unite Lords Yoshikatsu TOKUGAWA of Owari Domain and Yoshinaga MATSUDAIRA of Fukui Domain.
  413. An electric gimlet is not used for hole making.
  414. An electronic money card or a cell phone with a built-in electronic money (mobile wallet) is accepted by taxis with a special terminal for payment by simply holding it over the terminal and this does not require signing.
  415. An elegant dry landscape garden that is thought to have been created by Motonobu KANO and featuring a beautifully arranged dry waterfall, kamejima (tortoise-shaped stone island) horaisan (inaccessible island) and numerous garden stones.
  416. An elegant name of an Imperial Palace guard and so on.
  417. An elegant topknot commonly worn by young masters.
  418. An elegant two-storey timber building built by Enshu KOBORI in 1617 at the request of Toshiie MAEDA's son Toshinaga MAEDA that is considered to be one of the four great pavilions of Kyoto along with Kinkaku-ji Temple, Ginkaku-ji Temple and Hiunkaku.
  419. An elegy KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro composed at the funeral of the Imperial Princess Asuka, accompanied by two tanka
  420. An element of Japanese etiquette.
  421. An elementary mistake was made despite the presence of Secretary Adams.
  422. An elementary part to allow the folding of the fan.
  423. An elevator from Fujitec Co., Ltd., is in use.
  424. An elevator is also provided between the bridge and each platform.
  425. An elevator is installed on each of the platforms.
  426. An elevator is located between the platform and the concourse, but the station building has merely the stairs at its exits, so disabled persons (including those in wheelchairs) will use either the ramp at the southern end of the platform or the elevator provided in KER Tanbabashi Station.
  427. An elliptical cylindrical Haniwa was restored, which is approximately 64 centimeters in height and approximately 50 centimeters in maximum diameter.
  428. An emblem for the official referee of Japan Football Association
  429. An emblem on the uniform of the winning team in Japan Professional Football League (on top of which it has a symbol of the J. League)
  430. An emblem on the uniform of the winning team in both J. League and Emperor's Cup (on top of which it has a golden star)
  431. An emblem on the uniform of the winning team in the Emperor's Cup All-Japan Soccer Championship Tournament (on top of which it has a letter of E)
  432. An emperor (including sosen shin (ancestral god)) is more likely to be a subject of belief in Shinto.
  433. An emperor and civil officers used Court caps called suieikan, whose ei hung down to the back.
  434. An emperor has imina, the name during the reign, and okurina which is given after the death.
  435. An emperor who abdicated was called Daijo Tenno (Joko, Retired Emperor).
  436. An employed foreigner, Josiah Conder, designed the Rokumei-kan Pavilion.
  437. An employee ID card of the taxi company
  438. An employee of the Japanese legation (due to death in action: enshrined at the Yasukuni-jinja Shrine on November 2, 1882)
  439. An employee who gathered arrows at the yaba and yokyuba archery ranges, and while avoiding arrows shot by guests she gathered them as a kind of 'performance' to delight them.
  440. An empress
  441. An empress leaves the status of the Imperial Family member and loses the position as an empress upon the fulfills of any of these followings:
  442. An empress of an emperor
  443. An empress that did not meet the conditions of 'lawful wife of an emperor', such as young emperor's Junbo (a woman who was given the status equivalent to the emperor's birth mother) and a wife of retired emperor, was called Kisai no miya.
  444. An enemy appeared from the residence and Kanroku fiercely fought with swords, but the tough enemy knocked him down into a garden pond.
  445. An enemy is coming from the west road.'
  446. An engeijo theater generally indicates a place where iromono are performed principally from the viewpoint of financial reason, but it is said that 'live spaces for comic performances' by major companies are included in the engeijo category.
  447. An engraved piece of stone or wood itself, however, is not used, since a rubbing is made as needed.
  448. An engraved print originally tended to be rubbed darkly in China due to the origin of engraved prints.
  449. An enka (Japanese ballad) singer who works in Japan.
  450. An enormous amount of his sketches were dedicated in "Satake Shozan Shaseicho" (at Akita Senshu Museum of Art).
  451. An enormous cherry blossom tree at Butsuryu-ji Temple (a Natural Monument designated by Nara Prefecture)
  452. An enormous investment would be needed for automatic ticket checker/automatic ticket gates.
  453. An enormous water channel was discovered, which measures 5m in width, 1m in depth and 200m in total length, with wooden sheet piles protecting its banks.
  454. An enraged Munemori ordered his subordinate warriors to capture MINAMOTO no Kiso alive so that he could tear him to pieces with his own hands.
  455. An ensemble of kokyu and koto alone without shamisen had seldom been seen in the past.
  456. An ensemble of the instruments is called sankyoku gasso.
  457. An ensemble with kokyu also (koto) was frequently performed, and an ensemble of the three instruments of sangen, so (koto) and kokyu--that is, sankyoku--emerged, being known as the sankyoku ensemble.
  458. An enshrined deity of the Nangu-taisha Shrine, Mino mikoto, is supposed to be the progenitor of the clan.
  459. An entertainer Yoshizumi ISHIHARA is the ambassador of Naruto.
  460. An enthronement ceremony
  461. An enthronement ceremony was held on April 12.
  462. An enthronement is often celebrated with a ceremony called a coronation or an enthronement ceremony.
  463. An entrance fee is required in order to visit the main hall and garden.
  464. An entrance for seeing is the east gate while the main gate is the south gate.
  465. An entrance is located at each platform, nearer to Yamato-Saidaiji Station in the running direction.
  466. An entrance is located on the Kurama-bound platform.
  467. An entrance is provided for each of the dwelling units.
  468. An entrance to a castle is called koguchi.
  469. An entrance with a vallate square space and double gates was called a masugata koguchi (square entrance).
  470. An entry in "Suzukake-ki" (Journal of the Suzuka family) for the article of July 21, 1399, 'sashimi, carp, irizake (a mixture of sake and pickled plum used as a sauce), wasabi horse radish' is the first written reference to sashimi.
  471. An entry in a land survey list in the year 1513 at Erin-ji Temple in Kai Province.
  472. An entry reading 'Sobakiri, donated by 金永' in the list of oblations for the occasion to mark the completion of building renovation in early 1574 has been confirmed which, at any rate, ascertained that sobakiri existed at this point of time.
  473. An envoy at the Katagiri residence
  474. An envoy from Baekje came to Japan with INUGAMI no Mitasuki.
  475. An envoy from Otsu, HOZUMI no Momotari, who had been served Otomo no Oji to deliver weapons, was killed by Fukei and the followers.
  476. An envoy from the Balhae Kingdom, who came to Japan taking the northern route, would visit the ancient capital Kyoto after lodging at the Noto no kyakuin (Noto guest house in the present Shiga-cho, Hakui-gun County, Ishikawa Prefecture) and the Matsubara no kyakuin (Matsubara guest house in the present Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture).
  477. An envoy with accompanied by many personnel was sent to Tang (China).
  478. An epigraph in "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) states that right before his death, he left for Ise-jingu Shrine, where his older sister, Oku no Himemiko, served as Saio (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the shrine).
  479. An episode
  480. An episode concerning 'bubu zuke' is cited in a novel "Mystery of bubu-zuke legend" by Ko KITAMORI (contained in a collection of short stories of the same title).
  481. An episode from "Okagami"
  482. An episode in which Michimori dies in the Battle of Ichinotani and his wife Kozaisho drowned herself following her husband became a symbolic tragedy of the Battle of Ichnotani and covered an entire chapter of the classical war chronicle, "The Tale of the Heike."
  483. An episode is seen in "Taiheiki" where Yoshisada threw a gold-forged sword into the sea at Inamuragasaki and prayed to the dragon god, the tide went out, the tideland appeared, allowing him to bulldoze through.
  484. An episode that a monk in Tang sent a letter addressed to Michizane by a Shiragi merchant, has been also written in the proposal for stopping Japanese envoys to Tang Dynasty China ("Kanke bunso" [an anthology of Chinese-style poetry by SUGAWARA no Michizane]) that reported to the Imperial Court by SUGAWARA no Michizane.
  485. An equipment used to make fire, on which cooking utensils like 'kama' are placed to cook.
  486. An era name after change is used for any year in the middle of which the name of an era has changed.
  487. An especially large number of people come for the "Last Kobo" on December 21st.
  488. An esquamate fish including eel generally has a thick skin (unlike a catfish, eel has a very small squama which is hidden in the skin).
  489. An essay by Masako SHIRASU is famous.
  490. An essential condition for a nagaya is that the entrance to each dwelling unit must connect directly to an external path, and this entrance must not be shared with those to the other dwelling units.
  491. An established theory (advocated by Bunei TSUNODA) suggests that a court lady, FUJIWARA no Yoshihi appearing in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) was Tabino.
  492. An established theory for the origin of charyo is that the utensil was designed by Baisao (a monk of Obakushu sect) in the middle of the Edo period for convenience of measuring and pouring in of tea leaves.
  493. An estate was donated in 1663 by a nobleman's wife who was devoted to Yinuyan and renamed 'Shoin-do' after being relocated to Manpuku-ji Temple.
  494. An evaluation of 'wabi' is quoted here in Soji ki.
  495. An evening division of the college opened, which signaled the establishment of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Department of Industrial Chemical in 1954.
  496. An event called Daikon no Toshitori is held in other regions.
  497. An event called Hachimonji-yaki, which resembles Gozan Okuribi (Mountain Bon Fire) in Kyoto, is held every year.
  498. An event held on May 5, in which children are divided into two groups and throw stones each other like wars in the Sengoku period (period of warring states) is also called "Inji."
  499. An event occurred that enraged Katamori because it took aim at the Tokugawa family.
  500. An event of removing calamity
  501. An event-- famous Ekiben nationwide are gathered and sold at department stores and supermarkets-- what is called 'an "Ekiben" fair,' is so popular that many Ekiben are sold out soon after their arrival.
  502. An everyday meal consists of a bowl of boiled rice (or other boiled grain), a shiru-mono dish (soup dish) and three side dishes (one main side dish and two sub-side dishes), and is called "ichi-ju san-sai" (literally, one soup dish and three side dishes).
  503. An example after the late Heian period shows an emperor wore the Kikujin no ho on limited occasions such as the Kamo and Iwashimizu special festival.
  504. An example calculating a year from the Japanese calendar to the Christian calendar
  505. An example can be seen in the following verse, 'Rocks are blown away-- Mt. Asama's storm' written by Basho.
  506. An example for the former is 'gyu-sara' (literally, beef plate) in a beef bowl restaurant while one for the latter is 'nuki' (literally, removal) in a soba (buckwheat noodle) restaurant.
  507. An example in the design of juzu used by monks of the Shingon sect is the one which is composed of 108 beads, red kansen (string to connect beads) and white tassels.
  508. An example in which the age at death under the traditional Japanese age system would differ from that under the Western-style system by two years
  509. An example is Heihachiro TOGO, who should be addressed as "Admiral Togo" but is at times described as "General Togo."
  510. An example is Keishoin, the mother of the fifth Shogun, Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, and her title of honor was 'Ichii-sama' after being promoted to Juichii.
  511. An example is Motoyu Jinya of Tsurumaki Onsen.
  512. An example is Theodora, who was the wife of Emperor Justinian I., the Eastern Roman Emperor.
  513. An example is seen where mixed vegetables (mixture of diced carrots, corn, and green peas) are used for easily preparing the three colors.
  514. An example of Choka
  515. An example of Noh program repertoire (Bangumi Omote) is shown in the picture on the right.
  516. An example of a Minamoto clan who gained power as central noble is Murakami-Genji, who was descended from the princes of Emperor Murakami.
  517. An example of a deed of sale of myoshu rights (Muromachi Period)
  518. An example of a famous poet who wrote in Chinese around this time is Kainan MORI.
  519. An example of a more unconventional sculpture that was made a national treasure is the sculpture of the reed hood adorning the head of Amitabha Tathagata (Amida Nyorai in Japanese), the principal image in Phoenix Hall of Byodoin Temple, which separate from the sculpture of Amitabha was made a national treasure by itself.
  520. An example of a recipe is shown below.
  521. An example of a traditional method of katsuobushi production
  522. An example of a verse having a kire without a kireji is 'Being tired of a journey-- dream runs amuck in a barren field' by Basho.
  523. An example of an age restriction
  524. An example of an educational institution, that offered this specialized course that reflected its character as defined by the Higher School Order, was the Third Higher School (under the old system).
  525. An example of applying Western-style harmony to tanka and deserting the manner of reciting waka (rhythm) is 'Kimigayo (the Japanese national anthem),' and in this case the rhythm of tanka, as stated above, was abandoned in the adjustment to the Western system of harmony.
  526. An example of being demotion from nobility to subject
  527. An example of description of Japanese swords: 'The Japanese Sword Masterpiece' by Kanzan SATO (Shin-Jinbutsuoraisha Co., Ltd.) P.130 (referred with some expressions changed)
  528. An example of omitted content is an impressive event in which after the end of the war, Takenori KIYOHARA wished to see Yoshiie's reputed superhuman archery skill, in response to which Yoshiie is said to have demonstrated his ability by shooting an arrow through three layers of armor.
  529. An example of one person who, following this custom, was put aside from political affairs, was Imperial Prince Kaneakira.
  530. An example of one such work permanently left unfinished is the "Shin Kokushi" (New National History), fragments of the manuscript of which are still extant.
  531. An example of sculptures of the Five Major Kokuzo Bosatsu are the figures in Jingo-ji Temple Tahoto in Kyoto (early Heian Period, National Treasure).
  532. An example of shoke that substituted the employer's household, who was the head of the family, was the Amago clan, a sengoku daimyo in Izumo.
  533. An example of the forest industry in this area is Kitayamasugi (Kitayama cedar trees).
  534. An example of this is Arisugawa no miya Princess Toshiko who became the Princess Toshiko Joo, the wife of the Imperial Prince Sadanaru, after her marriage.
  535. An example of this is Bronze Plaque Hokke-Sesso-Zu (literally, "a picture of Buddha preaching Hokkekyo engraved on a bronze plaque") (a national treasure), possessed by Hase-dera Temple in Nara Prefecture.
  536. An example of this is the tyranny by the relatives of Lu-hou in the early Former Han.
  537. An example of this movement is the Sukiya-zukuri style, where chashitsu features were incorporated into residential structures as well as urban entertainment facilities such as theaters and brothels.
  538. An example of this was Kotohira-gu Shrine in Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa Prefecture.
  539. An example of this was the 'Jizutsu Korizutsu' firearm unit of Kumamoto Domain, which was essentially an unpaid honorary position.
  540. An example which had a possibility of being called Shosei
  541. An excavation revealed that it was a grave in the Kofun period (tumulus period).
  542. An excellent parody, which is bolstered by biological knowledge, ""Rhinogradentia" as a Rhinogradentia book" takes the style of research book that minutely analyzed the ecology of monkeys in the Hi- yi-yi Islands.
  543. An excellent piece of chirashi-gaki that uses a mix of sogana and onnade; an elegantly simple calligraphy that is closer to the complete period style.
  544. An excellent style is passed down whereby an officer who tells about Danshichi's discharge withdraws holding a fan over him.
  545. An excellent waka poet, Yoritsuna sang many poems at waka competitions to which he was invited, and eight poems of his are recorded in chokusen wakashu (anthology of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command), namely "Goshui wakashu," "Kinyo wakashu," "Shika wakashu" and "Zoku kokin wakashu."
  546. An exception of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) will be described later.
  547. An exception was the Kakizaki clan, which announced themselves as the descendants of the Wakasa Takeda clan (in reality, from a merchant?), and it unified small and middle-sized gozoku in the area along the Tsugaru Straits.
  548. An exceptional section of Keihan Uji Bus which does not run on the said road is from Yodo Shinmachi to Keihan Yodo (in the case of Keihan Uji Bus, which is Keihan Yodo Station in the case of Keihan City Bus.)
  549. An exceptional usage of Satoyama was in its use as a fuel source for salt production.
  550. An excerpt for actors (lines of the role excerpted from the scripts) has only the name of the role and Haimyo on its cover.
  551. An excerpt from Buddhist scriptures, poetry or inscription related to the painting is then written.
  552. An excerpt from 信西國分 states as follows:'
  553. An exchanger for kitte was established in Fukumoto-mura.
  554. An exciting feeling about good luck or money and goods brought by chance.
  555. An exclusive line connecting these facilities for the army was laid (there were three lines such as Hoshida Station Kori factory, Tsuda Station Nakamiya (Kinya magazine) and the present-day Shimokoma Station vicinity of the Hosono ammunition chamber).
  556. An executive director of the Japan America Society and author of "Stematz OYAMA, the Lady in Rokumeikan" (the place for social interaction in the Meiji era), published by Chuko bunko
  557. An executive of the Orthodox Church of Christianity
  558. An executive suite called Juninkyoku was located at a corner in the rear of the Nakanoshima Eigyojo (business office) and, among executives surrounding the table, Tomoito occupied the position to look over the operation room through a glass window.
  559. An exhibition marking the 200th anniversary of Jakuchu's death at the Kyoto National Museum in 2000 triggered a booming interest in him and his work.
  560. An exhibition planned by the Japanese department, 'A collection of books by Takeji TOKI' (December 6 to December 14, 2001)
  561. An exorbitant amount of money is required to maintain and preserve castle towers, as such work demands the traditional technique of castle building, down to each of the nails used, under the supervision of the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  562. An expanded umadashi was called umadashi kuruwa and an independent kuruma adjacent to a castle was called dekuruwa (kuruwa, a small lot, provided at a position projecting from a group of main kuruwa) or demaru (small castle or tower built onto and projecting from a larger castle).
  563. An expansion of the parliamentary library as a research organ for Diet members was deemed vital for the democratic operation of the Diet and for assisting Diet members to fully perform their legislative duties.
  564. An expedition team was organized, and upon "finding" these people, family registers were created in October 1889.
  565. An expeditionary force from Japan headed by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and military forces of the Yi Dynasty Korea and Ming fought each other on the Korean Peninsula carrying out intermittent negotiations in parallel.
  566. An experienced person can use two knives rhythmically.
  567. An experiment carried out by the Japan Copper Center in 2006 proved the pesticidal effect of copper ion, and according to the experiment, new coins are more effective.
  568. An experiment where a waterjet is shot against the cutting edge of the blade of a Japanese sword.
  569. An experimental where Hiroshi FUJIOKA, a Japanese actor, tried to cut a car door with a hard metal sword to compare the sharpness of the Japanese sword.
  570. An expert in old writing contributed it to the Edo bakufu around the Koka Period, and it was believed that it had been burn out during the Meiji Restoration, however it turned out that it was secretly deposited under Prince Tokugawa.
  571. An expert of both Ono and Hirosawa schools of the Shingon sect of Buddhism.
  572. An expert to make tea kettles for Chanoyu (the tea ceremony).
  573. An explanation is necessary for the first above description of 'the oldest genuine Russian-Byzantine architecture among the cathedrals of Japan Orthodox Churches.'
  574. An explanation of the section of 'Shoin-zukuri' in the Kojien dictionary is simple and sticks to the point as follows.
  575. An explanatory board indicating the birth place of Takeshiro NAGAYAMA is set up at Yakushi, Kagoshima City, Kagoshima Prefecture, while in Chuo Ward, Sapporo City, Hokkaido, the house which he used to live in is preserved as the old residence of Takeshiro NAGAYAMA.
  576. An expression "joining the kiseki" means that one's name will be listed in the enmacho, or that "the person has passed away."
  577. An expression relating to Gohei
  578. An expression showing higher respect than when using ketsuji or hyoshutsu.
  579. An expression that Korea was a colony is seen in Japanese statesmen's comments after the war, and in some diplomatic documents, such as the Japan-North Korea Pyongyang Declaration.
  580. An expression that the 'Sushi Police are coming!' used in the article dated December 24, 2006 of the Washington Post, newspaper in the United States of America, was also picked up excessively also in Japan.
  581. An expressive 'scene at the store of Izuya,' which describes that Yosaburo meets his renounced biological parents thanks to the arrangement of his houseboy Tadasuke, after escaping from the island.
  582. An extensive reorganization of the government was carried out after the election, including the Ote Club established by nonpartisans.
  583. An extensive rice-growing area called Ogura-ike Reclaimed Land lies in the northern half of the town area.
  584. An external gas pipe refers to the pipe running from the street or gas cylinder to the gas meter.
  585. An extreme argument goes that the Ashikaga School was founded by Norizane UESUGI, and it did not exist before 1432.
  586. An extreme decline of the colloquial style literature! We have been told about the phrase by Saburo SHIMADA, the revered old Mr. FUKUZAWA and another one or two persons.
  587. An extreme example of this was Muneshige NAKAMIKADO (a grandson of Munemasa), who lived during the period of Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  588. An extremely large number of songs exists for jiuta, and because of jiuta's long history there are pieces from various trends.
  589. An extremely small volume of such paper was distributed as shoingami.
  590. An free underground path is provided on the north side of the station, enabling access to the west side of the station.
  591. An heir of the King of Paekche mysteriously had imperial virtues by nature.
  592. An historical tale of unknown authorship
  593. An honorific format showing more respect than using ketsuji.
  594. An honorific title 'Okatadono' and the a title of respect 'Enyuin' appear in reliable historical materials.
  595. An honorific title used when referring to the Emperor is His Majesty, sometimes is written as His Imperial Majesty, and sometimes is also abbreviated as H.M.
  596. An ichijo-dai (platform the size of a tatami mat) and peonies are placed in front of the stage by stagehands during the intermission and the second half starts.
  597. An idea from or through the astral world is outer stream.
  598. An idea proposed by Akira NAITO
  599. An idea proposed by Narihiro SAKURAI
  600. An idea proposed by Noriyoshi OKUMURA
  601. An idea proposed by Shigetaka MIYAKAMI
  602. An idea proposed by Taiki SATO
  603. An idea proposed by Yasuhiro NISHIGAYA
  604. An idea that suggested naming trains depending on their direction from Kyoto Station was adopted.
  605. An idea to augment the mood of the festival was to have a procession in Kyoto style representing each historical period, from the newest to the oldest, prior to the transfer of capital to Tokyo; and the festival started to be called 'Jidai matsuri.'
  606. An idea to improve the water environment of the Hori-kawa River
  607. An idea which comes straight from the spirit world is the mainstream.
  608. An ideal Emperor
  609. An identification code by type, such as motor car, controller car or tracked car, is not attached.
  610. An idiom.
  611. An idiomatic phrase "ochimusha are afraid of even a head of silver grass" means that you are afraid of anything when you are scared.
  612. An ignorant monk (a story of a monk who can't read a sutra well)
  613. An illegal Onmyoji who, while being a monk in Harima Province, made a large amount of money by using magic and divination.
  614. An illustration book of minor works, "Samisen Gusa" (Samisen Grass) (Shinchosha, 1915)
  615. An illustration in "Kinseshobaizukushikuruiutaawase" in 1852 (The Collection of Comic Tanka (kyoka) on Modern Jobs) showed a scene where slender Inari-zushi, that does not exist nowadays, were being sold by pieces at street stalls.
  616. An illustration of the Unagishimagahara area (present-day Hara, Numazu City, Shizuoka Prefecture) found in 'Tokaido Meisho no Ki' (a record of noted places along Tokaido Road), which was written in 1661, depicts a large plate piled with skewered eel.
  617. An imagawa-yaki pan is slanted in order to be able to turn over imagawa-yaki easily.
  618. An image of Bodhidharma painted by Bokkei who, like Sesshu, also studied under Shubun which features one of his main characteristics of using powerful, bold lines used to depict clothing.
  619. An image of Fudo Myoo is engraved in the inner wall and there are two square posts that stand to the right and left to support the hipped roof.
  620. An image of the Shimogyo bangumi school 07 is displayed at the Kyoto Municipal Museum of School History.
  621. An image of zato was drawn at the center of the lower, tateoyama's image (leading female impersonator) on his left, the villain actor's image on his right, and the images of other actors were drawn in certain positions they were assigned.
  622. An immediate order was given to temples and shrines to pray for the subjugation of the rebellion and, on January 9, 940, MINAMOTO no Tsunemoto, who had been the one to secretly inform the Imperial Court of Masakado's rebellion, was bestowed the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  623. An immigrant clan of the Hata clan settled in the area containing the present-day Nishikyo and Ukyo Wards since ancient times.
  624. An impact area was pinpointed at every launch, and the shooting distance was measured.
  625. An imperial decree as follows was carried out on December 15, 794.
  626. An imperial edict that she became empress was issued in 729 after the Nagayao no Hen.
  627. An imperial edict was issued to demand lords and retainers to strictly observe Taiho Code, as there were cases in which they illegally occupied lands (hills, rivers and marshes) and undermined the peasants' interests.
  628. An imperial examination system called Kakyo (Keju in Chinese) for appointing officials based on their academic abilities was developed.
  629. An imperial illustration scroll entitled 'Okuri' and a book of short stories with illustration entitled 'Okuri' are considered to have taken verses from sermon ballads.
  630. An imperial letter by the Emperor Godaigo
  631. An imperial mausoleum is a grave designated as an emperor's grave by the Imperial Household Agency.
  632. An imperial messenger came to negotiate a cease-fire, a peace agreement was concluded and the Satomi family returned the castles it had conquered.
  633. An imperial writ
  634. An important art object was to lose its accreditation only in two cases; (1) when it was upgraded by designation to an important cultural property or (2) when its export to a foreign country was permitted.
  635. An important event during the time he was at the top of the Daijokan (Grand Council of State) was that he abolished the national soldier system and placed Kondei ('stalwart youth') in 792.
  636. An important movement concerning the continued existence of the dormitory occurred in 2006.
  637. An important point in the relationship between the Emperor and ritsuryo law is that the prerogative for the execution of death sentence (ritsuryo law), a capital punishment, belonged solely to the Emperor.
  638. An important post for Mandokoro (the office of administration) of the Kamakura bakufu, which originated from the above.
  639. An important tangible folk cultural property of foreign people or its collection that has a relationship with Japanese life and culture.
  640. An imposter of Hori HORIBE.
  641. An improvised story (an improvised witty story)
  642. An in-house monthly magazine, Mingei Movement, was published between April 1939 to July 1946 except for publications suspended due to the worsening condition of war.
  643. An incarnation.
  644. An incident happened in 1968 where this family register was to be used to find out whether or not a person was from Burakumin, which caused reading it prohibited and in the same year even the public viewing itself came to be prohibited, resulting in the sealed storage.
  645. An incident in which Kashitaro ITO, a staff officer of the Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate), and others were assassinated.
  646. An incident occurred for the Shiba clan in 1554, in which Yoshimune SHIBA was killed by Shugodai, Nobutomo ODA.
  647. An incident occurred in which for three nights in a row from the midnight of June 10, armored samurai assembled in groups in the city of Kamakura, and rumors were circulated.
  648. An incinerator for non-burnable garbage is used for garbage other than burnable garbage, and as the current site for landfill will become unavailable in a little over ten years, the current issue is to secure a new landfill site.
  649. An income drastically decreased due to frequent occurrence of great floods within the domain from around this time, and as a result, the finance of the clan became worse gradually.
  650. An increase in agricultural production brought about not only dramatic progress in manual industry and commerce over a wide area but also the development of a monetary economy.
  651. An increased number of kokyowa (Japanese people living on the Korean Peninsula who had no intention of becoming naturalized Koreans) living in Sanpo also caused various problems, and the Korean Dynasties started to take a harsh stance towards them (see the "Increase in Number of Kokyowa" section).
  652. An increasing number of Udon shops in the Tokyo area these days may exert influence on some shops, because they provide two types of soup broth, 'Kanto type' and 'Kansai type.'
  653. An increasing number of people 'purchased CDs to learn a song to sing with karaoke,' and many of Japanese single CDs sold more than a million copies in the 1990's.
  654. An increasing number of shops in Osaka City have served this dish since the beginning of the 2000.
  655. An increasing number of tenants specialized in takoyaki are beginning to operate in commercial complexes these days.
  656. An indication shown by the bride at the wedding ceremony that she will be an obedient and modest wife by hiding her horns, the symbol of anger.
  657. An individual must first gain the rank of a military officer.
  658. An individual or a group that has attained and sharpened these skills is recognized as a holder or a holder group respectively.
  659. An industrial railway was installed up to Tsuruga pier nos. 1 and 2 of Miyazu Port in 1938.
  660. An infectious disease hospital functioned well when the Spanish Flu and the like was pandemic, and then gradually became a general hospital.
  661. An influence of KAMO no Mabuchi, a classical Japanese scholar, seems to have lay behind the author, Akinari, of "Ugetsu Monogatari," especially in the character of Saigyo in 'Shiramine.'
  662. An influence on posterity
  663. An infuriated Emperor Goyozei demanded all the participants in the promiscuous relations be sentenced to death, but no traditional law governing court nobles provided for capital punishment.
  664. An ingredient is made with whitewash, a white powdered pigment from a burned shell such as a clam, mixed with kusare-nori glue (an adhesive made from wheat flour) and pigments.
  665. An ingredient of Japanese amezaiku is dried bean jam, and the sticky one colored with red food coloring is generally familiar.
  666. An ingredient specific to the Yaizu region.
  667. An ink painting done in 1413.
  668. An inn managed by Marugameya Kaneko in Tarui-juku Station on Nakasen-do Road
  669. An inn managed by Yazaemon KINOKUNIYA in Arai-juku Station on Tokai-do Road
  670. An innovative production where Takatoki was sitting to the side as the drama was unfolded was based on the idea of Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the ninth generation) at the time of the first performance.
  671. An innumerable number of small Myoken-sha shrines are located all over Japan.
  672. An inpu is a kind of books on tenkoku (engraving letters on the material of a seal), that mainly introduces mainly inei (impressions of seals) and inkan (names of authors) for the purpose of appreciation and study.
  673. An inscription of the ink writing of a ridgepole shows that it was built in 1161, at the end of the Heian period.
  674. An inscription within the pedestal dating repairs at 1554 has led to the estimation that the statue was crafted to serve as the three-storey pagoda (Hon-mito) erected in 1139.
  675. An instantaneous feeling of oneness generated between a sharidama and a topping by pressing them by hand in an appropriate force is the highlight of Edomae-nigiri-zushi, and finding the delicate oneness feeling is the sushi chefs' chance to show their skill.
  676. An instructor of Niten Ichi-ryu in the Kuroda domain, Minehira TACHIBANA (Hokin TANJI) wrote a Musashi's biography "Heiho Taiso Bushu Genshin-ko Denrai" (Biography of Marvelous Patriarch of Art of Warfare, Esquire Musashi Harunobu), and in that book a legend is found about Musashi's fights with the Yoshioka as well.
  677. An instructor of budo (martial arts) or geido (accomplishments of art.)
  678. An integrated shopping mall, including Heiwado (a supermarket called 'Friend Mart'), was completed on April 20, 2005.
  679. An intended eulogy of practician type bureaucrats
  680. An intercalary month is added on seven occasions during a 19-year period.'
  681. An interdict issued by the Edo bakufu in 1686 covered an item which amounted to 'a business requiring fire to be carried around to operate such as udon or sobakiri' suggesting that portable soba stalls were already in existence in those days.
  682. An internal conflict called the Kyoroku War or Daisho Ikki (the Big League-Little League War) in 1531
  683. An internal conflict occurred in Horikoshi Kubo, and Moritoki ISE (hereinafter referred to as Soun), on the order of Shogun Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA, destroyed Chachamaru ASHIKAGA and conquered Izu Province in 1493.
  684. An internal gas pipe refers to the pipe from the meter to the gas equipment.
  685. An internal link was set in the university which the students from the region entered.
  686. An international politics scholar.
  687. An intersection is often named by combining the two crossing streets.
  688. An introductory to Gakumon no Susume, the 1st volume of the complete works of Fukuzawa
  689. An invasion ('uchikomi' in Japanese) to the lower Black 1 which was the urgent point ('kado' in Japanese) triggered the scuffle.
  690. An invasion into Saiga
  691. An investigation conducted by the Rural Development Administration of South Korea for sampled kosa showed that, although depending on the area, the samples included bacteria with a density of 7 to 22 times more than that of the ordinary air and mold with a density of 15 to 26 times that of the ordinary air.
  692. An investigation found that shachenbao sandstorm occurred at a wind speed of 10 m/s in the Gobi Desert and at 6 m/s in the Takla Makan Desert and the Loess Plateau.
  693. An investigation found that the diameters of sand grains falling in Beijing are roughly 4 to 20 μm, and those falling in Japan three to four days later are around 4 μm.
  694. An investigation found that, in the Takla Makan Desert, the Gobi Desert, and the Loess Plateau, dust was flung up into the air when the average wind speed at the height of 10 m above the ground was 5 m/s or more.
  695. An investor and author.
  696. An inzen was considered as important as, or more important than, an imperial decree issued by the Emperor.
  697. An irimoya style roof is composed of a kirizuma-zukuri style roof in its upper part (which inclines backward and forward when viewed from the longer side of the roof) and a yosemune-zukuri style roof in the lower part (which inclines in each of the four sides of a rectangular house).
  698. An iris that blooms on May the sixth/A chrysanthemum that blooms on September the tenth
  699. An iron
  700. An iron article that is suspected to be an iron-made crown was also found.
  701. An iron for industrial use, the type of not utilizing steam and with no temperature control, or the type with which the temperature continues increasing without emitting steam, is used.
  702. An iron is used when pieces of gold leaf are burnt to be stuck in a modern method, without using binchotan charcoal (high-grade charcoal produced from oak)
  703. An iron kettle with water in it placed on a gotoku can serve as a humidifier.
  704. An iron plate is installed at each table and in many shops the customers grill by themselves.
  705. An iron sword unearthed from the Eta Funayama Tumulus
  706. An iron sword with a three-leaf ring was excavated from the Waka Hachimangu Kofun Tumulus (fourth century) in Fukuoka City.
  707. An irregular jimoku for appointing gubukan (a special monk who holds a position in the Imperial court) for Aoi Matsuri, Hollyhock flower Festival (the annual festival of Kamomioya-jinja Shrine)
  708. An irregular jimoku for determining officials who filled two positions after Sechi-e (seasonal court banquets) for appointed ministries.
  709. An is used for coating mochi or being stuffed in mochi like rice balls.
  710. An ishidoro (stone lantern) made in the Kamakura period is designated a national important cultural property.
  711. An island platform serves two tracks with platform doors.
  712. An isolated enclave called 'Misato-yama Mountain Property District' exists in the area adjacent to Uji City and Ujitawara-cho.
  713. An issuance of tsuibu kanpu assured that the persons who participated in the activities to capture criminals and realized distinguished achievements were to be rewarded.
  714. An item symbolizing Buddha is a vajra club.
  715. An item that is presented at the end of the day's performance.
  716. An izakaya named 'Tsubohachi,' which originally started business in Sapporo City, also provides fried chicken under the name of zangi.
  717. An izutsu is a wooden frame around a well.
  718. An o-mato is a formal mato for busha (to shoot an arrow while walking), and this type had been commonly used until the current style of shaku-ni mato (also known as komato, the regular size mato for kinteki) became popular.
  719. An o-umajirushi and a matoi which respectively represented a commander (samurai general) and his lord were placed around a banner (either an o-umajirushi or a matoi, or both an o-umajirushi and a matoi should be placed) in their camp, and a ko-umajirushi was placed near the commander to display his majesty and position.
  720. An obi ita is an accessory used to set the shape of obi (sash).
  721. An obi knot that is tied by folding the edges (tare) of both ends of the obi in half widthwise is also called a kandamusubi knot.
  722. An obituary of OTOMO no Ojimaro on February 3, 782 of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) reported that his grandfather was Makuta who was conferred Naidaishi (内大紫) and his father was Michitari, which proves that Makuta had a son named Michitari.
  723. An observation deck at the north side of the hill offers a view of Three Mountains of Yamato, Fujiwara-kyo (the imperial capital of Japan for 16 years between 694 and 710), etc.
  724. An observation event is held annually to observe and protect the forest green tree frog at which local residents and children can appreciate the impact of environmental issues on nature.
  725. An observer on the Tropic of Capricorn would see the sun pass through the zenith at noon on the day of Toji.
  726. An obsessive note taker, he slept with a notepad and pencil near his pillow.
  727. An obvious example of the latter purpose can be seen in the Imperial order 'Heiden-ji Bunsho' (Heiden-ji Temple document) on May 20, 749 in Totomi Province, which was fully covered by Naiin 'Tenno Gyoji' including even where there were no words.
  728. An occupation system was in place for over a year after the occupation of Beijing.
  729. An occurrence of kosa and its strength level are judged totally based on observation data, including the color of the sky and humidity, in addition to visibility.
  730. An ochimusha is a samurai of a defeated army who survives and flees from the war.
  731. An octagonal stone pillar, 185cm high, standing behind the hondo (main hall)
  732. An ode in reply says, 'I drifted with the waves to this far Matsuyama. I could not paddle back to Kyo to be an ogre under a foreign sky.'
  733. An offensive act had to be proven and a witness to prove it was required.
  734. An offensive and defensive battle at Sengokubori-jo Castle
  735. An office of a county was called "Gunyakusho" (county office) although it was not specified in the law.
  736. An office of a jito (manager and lord of a manor) was also called a jinya.
  737. An office of a merchant guild or a similar association was called 'kaisho.'
  738. An office set up by each domain to pursue its own production management and direct marketing of its monopoly goods.
  739. An officer similar to them was a fumihakase (an official who taught Imperial prince classic Confucian writings), a Keishi (household superintendent) of the Imperial prince.
  740. An officer, Shimoji
  741. An official called Zhang Zheng (Chang Cheng) was dispatched from Daifang Commandery because of a dispute with the state of Kuna in 248.
  742. An official history 'Shoku Nihongi' (Chronicle of Japan Continued) and the records of the Todai-ji Temple 'Todaiji Yoroku' (The Digest Record of the Todai-ji Temple) tell us basically how the Great Buddha was constructed as follows.
  743. An official in charge of matters relating to Shintoism
  744. An official national measure that was enacted by Emperor Gosanjo in 1072, Enkyu senjimasu (also referred to simply as Senjimasu) was used to implement new manor regulation policies, including a manor regulation ordinance issued during the Enkyu era.
  745. An official position called shohakase (the professor of calligraphy) was introduced in the daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education under the ritsuryo system), an educational institution under the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code), and the department called "calligraphy" was established later, but declined during it's early stage
  746. An official post in the government of the Empire of Japan in the Meiji period.
  747. An official rank under the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) in ancient Japan.
  748. An official record of the time states that 'Naosuke II had a sudden illness and, while struggling with the disease, he submitted a request for his succession, which was accepted shortly before his death.'
  749. An official state car (a coach prepared for the Imperial family) is also prepared.
  750. An official to prepare drafts
  751. An ofuda talisman dated 1744 was found, which shows the residence was constructed around that time.
  752. An oikake had a string and it helped a Court cap to be fixed in order not to fall from the head.
  753. An oiran dochu is a parade of an oiran, together with her subordinates, such as kamuro or furisode shinzo, walking to an ageya or a hikitejaya.
  754. An oiran refers to a high-ranking courtesan in the pleasure quarter of Yoshiwara.
  755. An okonomiyaki shop that could accept such orders was a place for communication among the neighbors centering around one iron plate.
  756. An okura-aulos is a metal-made tatebue, which was invented in 1935 by the flute player Hirabayashi in response to a request by Kihachiro OKURA, that consists of a flute pipe and a shakuhachi mouth.
  757. An old Nohgakushi family that has been succeeded from the Edo period; to show how old it is, the author illustrates a scene with calligraphy works by a 'Sojuro' of each generation.
  758. An old article existing today is the one handed down in the Mibu family from the early Kamakura Period, which is in the collection of Kyoto University.
  759. An old book published in 1643, titled "Ryori-monogatari" (a story of cooking) refers to a dish named 'sugiyaki.'
  760. An old children's song, saying that "devil-like Sanada, taking flower-like Hidoyori, ran away to Kagoshima" is said to have become popular in Kyoto and Osaka just after the war.
  761. An old custom, Fudai genin (in other words, Keho) ended in the Meiji period since the release of social status and the prohibition of naming were issued in an ordinance in 1872.
  762. An old enemy and rival of Lupin The Third (an imaginary character).
  763. An old example of san is written on the upper part of "Shingon Shichisozo" (figures of seven patriarchs in the Shingon sect of esoteric Buddhism) by Kukai (To-ji temple, Kyoto prefecture).
  764. An old fan from the medieval (Kamakura and Muromachi) period is left in the collection of the Kyoto University on which the program of a ceremony was written in black ink.
  765. An old ginsatsu with the year of 1680 written on it still exists.
  766. An old god appears and gives blessings for world peace, national tranquility, and a bountiful grain harvest.
  767. An old goisagi comes to have uroko (scale pattern) on its chest and it comes to look chalky and yellow.
  768. An old karakasa whose oil paper is gone and only ribs remain is portrayed flying in the air like a bird.
  769. An old man in the Tsuruga City once (maybe during the war) told someone close to him that the legs of Tenguto members who were to be executed were tied with a bamboo in order to prevent them from running away.
  770. An old man with grey hair appeared to Taiku, the 14th Yugyo of the Ji sect who stayed in the dojo for missionary work.
  771. An old man's funny dancing
  772. An old monk at Ninnaji Temple wanted to visit Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine once in his life time.
  773. An old retainer Gekizaemon WATANABE (corresponds to Aki DATE), his son Minbu WATANABE, Shikanosuke YAMANAKA and Saizo SASANO, who are all loyal retainers, confront Danjo NIKKI, Onitsura OE (corresponds to Hyobu DATE) and Kanzo KUROSAWA at Monchusho (Department of Justice in the Shogun's Government).
  774. An old senryu (comic haiku) says; 'kanzashi becomes a formidable item when it is held in the reverse grip.'
  775. An old tale from the area says that Gyoki, the Buddhist priest in the Nara period, found the hot spring when he saw a white heron use the spring water to heal its injury.
  776. An older maternal half-sister of Imperial Prince Otsu.
  777. An older paternal half-sister of Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  778. An older sister of Imperial Prince Osabe, Imperial Princess Sakahito got married to the Emperor Kanmu, and gave birth to Imperial Princess Asahara, who got married to the Emperor Heizei.
  779. An oldest reference whose creation date is known is found in "Togakushiyama Kenko-ji ruki, narabini jo" (around Muromachi Era) and it describes as follows;
  780. An omoibito praises poems submitted by his/her own team and points out defects in the opponent's works, in order to keep the edge in debates.
  781. An oni is sealed in the main character's left hand, with which he exorcises spirits.
  782. An oni mask is enshrined as the temple's treasure, so that only "fuku wa uchi" is shouted.
  783. An onna-gidayu is a female reciter of Gidayu-bushi (musical narrative of the puppet theatre).
  784. An open air bath of Kitsu-onsen Hot Spring
  785. An open-air bath facing toward Lake Biwa enjoys popularity.
  786. An open-air spa is available in the nearby Kotobiki-hama beach, which is famous for sand that sounds like it sings.
  787. An opening with a butterfly formation door is provided in the central portion of the front wall.
  788. An opinion has it that since most of his peers who were vassals of Toyotomi were appointed Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) at this time, this might be a written error of Jugoinoge rather than Shogoinoge.
  789. An opinion is widely held that Sokei TANAKA who was the father of the second head of the family, Jokei RAKU was given a seal with the engraved character 'Raku' taken from the name of Jurakudai from Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and he began to use the seal and called his Yago (family name) Raku.
  790. An opinion paper on establishing democratically elected parliament was presented and the troops were dispatched to Taiwan.
  791. An opposite example also exists: The work to construct the Minami-Biwako Station in Shiga Prefecture had been started, but was stopped by the new governor who won an election by advocating the stop of the construction work.
  792. An orchestra pit is built in the upper floor in front.
  793. An orchestrator.
  794. An order to subjugate Tadafuyu was also issued again, and the Isshiki clan was able to regain its strength by cooperating with the Seisaifu government.
  795. An order was issued in Kyoto to strictly prohibit such activities.
  796. An orderly succession by Quanzhong ZHU took place in 907, Tang fell completely, and the period of Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms began.
  797. An ordinary household does not have the technique for washing formal wear Wafuku.
  798. An ordinary shamisen has a mechanism called 'sawari' near the tuning peg of ichi no ito.
  799. An organization () which promotes these free-form funerals can also be found.
  800. An organization for people related to the university
  801. An organization performing Noh plays with Sojuro AIBA in charge of the art.
  802. An organization under the immediate control of the Traditional Japanese Cuisine Restaurant Association.
  803. An origin of the idea of enlightenment
  804. An origin of the response (a far-fetched story shamelessly told)
  805. An original drawing (monochrome ink painting on paper).
  806. An original drawing (written on cypress board with color)
  807. An original drawing was created as a single piece of work, and drawings of prestigious Eshi painters were expensive, and also the numbers of works were limited.
  808. An original text, the "Murasaki Diary" kurokawabon (a type of manuscript), is in the collection of the Imperial Household Agency.
  809. An ornament named Suien (the Water Flame) is generally attached on the top of Kurin (nine vertically stacked rings) on the fifth story, but this pagoda unusually has a pot-shaped ornament named Hobyo instead of Suien.
  810. An orthodox way of cooking curry sauce is to add a fried and lightly browned mixture of curry powder and flour (roux) into a pot in which vegetables and meat have been stewed, and stew them until the sauce becomes viscous.
  811. An oshibori served after using the restroom is collected and not left on the customer's table.
  812. An osso referred to a suit asking for retrial and so on without taking regular judicial proceedings.
  813. An ote-mon gate (main gate) was built at the koguchi in front of the castle (usually at the south of a modern citadel) and a karamete-mon gate was built at the rear koguchi.
  814. An ote-mon gate is a gate constructed at the most important entrance of a Japanese castle that leads to kuruwa (walls of a castle) such as a ninomaru (second bailey) and a sannomaru (outer part of the castle).
  815. An ote-mon gate is often constructed for heavy security, constructed as a yagura-mon gate (literally, turret gate), and is square-shaped built on a stone mound.
  816. An otsuzumi player takes an important role, i.e. leading the rhythm of an entire Nohgaku band when a tune is daishomono (played with three instruments of fue, a Japanese flute, kozutsumi and ozutsumi).
  817. An outbound train from Kyoto Station runs only twice an hour between 7 and 8 a.m., which is remarkably infrequent.
  818. An outbound train running in the section between Osaka Station and Fukuchiyama Station was added to the Express 'Tanba.'
  819. An outdoor stage for various events.
  820. An outer citadel: Used for defending the main castle.
  821. An outfielder in MLB.
  822. An outgoing ship heads toward the paradise (Pure Land) on the opposite shore to causes one to contemplate Nirvana.
  823. An outline is provided first and then details are given.
  824. An outline of the reformed government organization will be described below.
  825. An oversea equivalent to Funadama is a figurehead of a goddess that is placed on the front or stern of ships in the Western countries.
  826. An overview
  827. An owner of Tomokuyu didn't have sovereignty and only got tax income.
  828. An owner of horses.
  829. An owner of the winning lottery ticket received a predetermined amount of money.
  830. An ox = two eels theory: The Japanese syllabary characters meaning an ox ("うし"), which were written on something with a brush and India ink, looked like two eels, so they became the origin of the custom, this theory states.
  831. An pipe organ is installed in its shoe box-shaped main hall.
  832. An report issued by Tottori Prefecture in 1882, which said that 90% of all the former warriors had already sold their public bonds, verified this fact.
  833. An statue of nyorai with the palm of the left hand taking the form of Yogan-in and bearing a medicine pot is a statue of Yakushi Nyorai (the healing Buddha).
  834. An table
  835. An u is a bamboo instrument that was imported from China during the Nara period.
  836. An ubuyu no ido (well from which water for a newborn infant's first bath was drawn) and Enazuka (literally, a placenta mound) remain on the site.
  837. An uchine is an arrow-shaped weapon 36 to 54cm in length and 18mm in diameter.
  838. An uguisubue is a bamboo or ceramic fue that produces the sound of the Japanese bush warbler.
  839. An ujo (a cormorant fisherman) is dressed in a traditional way with Kazaori Eboshi (a traditional black foldback cap), clothes for fishing, a bib and a grass skirt.
  840. An ukiyoe artist, Hokusai KATSUSHIKA who lived in the Edo period is also considered to have been a kogi-onmitsu (shogunate spy).
  841. An ukulele player living in Hawaii.
  842. An umbrella stand is also locked.
  843. An underground concourse outside its ticket gate connects Sanjyo-Keihan Station to Sanjyo Station.
  844. An underground passage named 'Namikawa Creative Underground Walkway' links the eastern and western sides of the station.
  845. An understanding of 春王正月条, an article written in the first year of Inko (Lu) (B.C. 721) in 'Kuyoden,' which is a commentary of "Shunju" (Spring and Autumn Annals) (i.e., the top article of Shunju), says '子以母貴、母以子貴' (Child is noble for its mother, and mother is noble for her child).
  846. An unequal treaty is a category that is formed on the basis of the nature of the treaty, under which one state does not approve the enforcement of authority by another state over nationals of the former state.
  847. An unglazed earthenware from the 16th century was discovered in the cobble stones.
  848. An unknown date he resigned as Kebiishi no Betto and Emon no kami.
  849. An unknown date he was posthumously given the Juichii (Junior First Rank) of Sadaijin (minister of the left).
  850. An unknown date in 1335, he was appointed as Mutsu no Gonnokami (supernumerary chief of Mutsu Province).
  851. An unknown date, he also assumed the rank of Ukon e no Chujo (lieutenant general of Ukon-e-fu).
  852. An unmanned service entrance also exists on Platform 1 side.
  853. An unmanned station and a platform with a single track used to exist on the opposite northern side of the present site nearer to Sonobe.
  854. An unnatural performance full of delicate nuances is required.
  855. An unskilled person may be able to cook tempura with a heavy oily coating, resulting in very bad quality.
  856. An unsweetened porridge made with azuki beans, which is often eaten in China and the Korean Peninsula.
  857. An unsweetened porridge made with mung beans, which is often eaten in China and the Korean Peninsula.
  858. An unusual one says that the purpose was to weaken the former Southern Sung army, after its conquest, by forcing it to attack Japan.
  859. An upper part of citron fruit is cut away and the fruit is hollowed to create a yuzu (citron) cup, into which a mixture of citron flesh, glutinous rice flour, rice powder, white bean paste, and sugar, etc. are stuffed, and then the yuzu cup is steamed.
  860. An uprising (combination or alliance) originally meant the unification of people, whereby the participants strongly associated with a common purpose, doing so on equal footing.
  861. An uprising also occurred in Nara.
  862. An upside-down (or reversed) folding screen was stood at the rear.
  863. An urban legend has it that students who go to Yoshida-jinja Shrine to pray for passing the Kyoto University entrance exams will always fail.
  864. An utabue is a yokobue that was used in Azuma-asobi in ancient times.
  865. An yeast isolated from ginjo moromi (the main mash for ginjo-shu) used in Saura brewery, which is the producer of "Uragasumi," by Kazuo SATO and others of the brewing laboratory of Sake Makers' Association of Miyagi Prefecture in 1965.
  866. An yeast isolated from moromi in a brewery in the prefecture and cultured.
  867. An' (fillings) used in cooking
  868. An-ke Shinto (Tsuchimikado Shinto) is modern Onmyodo that has been protected by the persons involved in former times, while being influenced by old Shinto in such circumstances.
  869. An-mochi
  870. An-nama (nama-yatsuhashi with filling)
  871. An-pan (a round soft bread with azuki bean jam in its center)
  872. An3 (a convenience store) is now located in the building, but when the building opened, the U-house Keihan Uji limousine center of the defunct Keihan Uji Kotsu (transportation) company was located on the second floor.
  873. Ana koishi/Hatsuka ni hito o/Mizu no awa no/Kiekaeru to mo/Shiraseteshi gana (Ah, what a longing!/After catching but a glimpse,/To become like foam,/Vanishing as I faint/With the need to tell my love.)
  874. Anagama is a underground or semi-underground type kiln for baking Sue ware and porcelain, built on a slope => refer to "Anagama"
  875. Anago chikuwa (see-eel chikuwa) and kani-flavored kamaboko (crab-flavored kamaboko)
  876. Anago kamaboko (sea-eel kamaboko)
  877. Anago-maki: the nori-maki with boiled conger placed at the core.
  878. Anagomeshi
  879. Anagomeshi (conger rice) is a local dish from the Setouchi area in Hiroshima Prefecture.
  880. Anahachiman-gu Shrine in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo performs yabusame on Health Sports Day in October in a specially constructed riding course in Toyama Park.
  881. Anaho no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Anko
  882. Anaho no mikoto settled in Anaho palace in Isonokami, and governed the country (Yamabe-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  883. Anahobe no hashihito no himemiko
  884. Anahobe no hashihito no himemiko (year of birth unknown - February 6, 622) was a one of the Imperial Family members during the Asuka period.
  885. Anahobe no hashihito no himemiko moved to Tango in order to flee the conflict between the SOGA and the Mononobe clans, and when she returned to the capital, she allowed to use her name as a place-name.
  886. Anahobe no hashihito no himemiko was also referred to as: 穴太部間人王、孔部間人公王、間人穴太部王、鬼前太后.
  887. Anahobe no hashihitohime
  888. Anakyumaki: Hosomaki using conger and cucumber as fillings
  889. Analects and Writings
  890. Analysis
  891. Analysis after the war
  892. Analysis of the State Shinto's creed
  893. Analysis of the data from this hospital shows that the current airborne pollen level is 200-300% higher than the time at which the study was started.
  894. Analysis on Geological Survey
  895. Analytical research of the excavations by historians and other experts resulted in the conclusion that there were two political forces at the end stage of the Yayoi Period; one central force was in the northern part of Kyushu, and another central force was in located in the southeastern part of the Nara Basin.
  896. Anamushi, Kashiba City, Nara Prefecture (the northwest of Mt.Nijo, near Anamushi Pass), zip code 639-0252
  897. Anan was surprised at that and asked the ghost to avoid such troubles.
  898. Anao-ji Kannon Engi (history of Anao-ji Kannon): Designated a Cultural Property by the Kyoto Prefectural Government.
  899. Anao-ji Temple
  900. Anao-ji Temple (stamp office for temple number 21 of the Saigoku Sanjusankasho (the 33 temples that are visited during the Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage))
  901. Anao-ji Temple buildings: Designated Cultural Properties by Kameoka City.
  902. Anao-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  903. Anao-ji Temple: No. 21 pilgrim stamp office of the 33 Temples of Saigoku
  904. Anao-ji Temple: one of the Saigoku Sanjusankasho, or the thirty-three Holy Places of Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) in the Western Provinces
  905. Anashinimasu-Hyozu-jinja Shrine
  906. Anashinimasu-Hyozu-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture.
  907. Anashinimasuhyozu-jinja Shrine
  908. Anato no Toyura no Miya (traditionally believed to be where Iminomiya-jinja Shrine in Chofumiyanouchi Town, Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture now stands).
  909. Anatsuri was a merciless form of punishment where the blood of the whole body accumulate in the head, and only a few drops fall from the temple, making one struggle while dying slowly.
  910. Anba (pommel horse)
  911. Anba is a part of gymnastics - and an apparatus used in the sport.
  912. Anbai
  913. Anbetsu Guard Post
  914. Anbetsu coal mine
  915. Ancestor
  916. Ancestor of the Chikugo-Tachibana clan, Dazai no gon no sochi.
  917. Ancestor of the Ogashima clan.
  918. Ancestors
  919. Ancestors of the Kuwayama clan were formerly samurai.
  920. Ancestors of the Nishina clan had for generations served as provincial military lords in Azumi Hamlet, Shinano Province.
  921. Ancestors.
  922. Ancestral Temple
  923. Ancestry
  924. Ancestry within the third degree using the surnames of the Zaibatsu family and their families (excluding by marriage)
  925. Anchin Kiyohime, turning into a snake
  926. Anchin told her that he was on his way to a temple and he did not know what to do, then he deceived her, saying that he would stop by at her residence on his way back, though he hurried home without dropping in on her after his visit to the temple.
  927. Ancient
  928. Ancient Capitals from a Legal Point of View
  929. Ancient Chinese Chromatic Scale (primarily used in Japan for gagaku, etc.)
  930. Ancient Chinese Chromatic Scale is divided into yin and yang (positive and negative, or light and shade).
  931. Ancient Chinese chromatic scale is the twelve kinds of average pitch that are used in Chinese or Japanese traditional music.
  932. Ancient Chinese legend has it that a great revolution occurs in the twenty-first Kanototori year in the astrological calendar.
  933. Ancient Documents, Records, and Letters
  934. Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Ancient China, the Ancient Korean Peninsula, Japan and the like had the custom to perform Junso.
  935. Ancient Greece
  936. Ancient Japan emerged from local states and established an embryonic nation over the ruling period of three Emperors: Emperor Ankan (year of '531' to '535'), Emperor Senka (year of '535' to '539'), and Emperor Kinmei (year of '539' to '571').
  937. Ancient Japan was considered to be a multi-ethnic nation, and various ethnic groups flowed into Japan from various regions from ancient times.
  938. Ancient Japanese Characters were written on zenisatsu to prevent forgery.
  939. Ancient Japanese Imperial Family lands
  940. Ancient Japanese calligraphy in the complete period
  941. Ancient Japanese calligraphy in the developing period
  942. Ancient Kitakinki was divided into districts each of which was governed by local kingdoms such as Ninokuni and Wakasa Kokuzo regional administrator.
  943. Ancient Periods
  944. Ancient Philosophy
  945. Ancient Rome
  946. Ancient Shinto
  947. Ancient Shintoism, which is the origin of current Shintoism, is also called a primitive religion.
  948. Ancient Times
  949. Ancient West
  950. Ancient Writing and Calligraphy
  951. Ancient and medieval ages
  952. Ancient anecdotes about the deities of Mt. Fuji and Mt. Tsukuba are recorded in "Hitachi no kuni fudoki" (the Topography of Hitachi Province).
  953. Ancient butsu-do (a Buddha statue hall) architecture structurally consists of two parts: the central space called the moya or shinsha, and the surrounding space called hisashi (eaves).
  954. Ancient calligraphy of the complete period is divided into four lineages.
  955. Ancient calligraphy of the complete period, considered to be works copied down from the mid- to late 11th century, is known as an archetypal kana to which the words of elegant and graceful can be applied and in which intensity remains in the background.
  956. Ancient calligraphy up to the complete period is usually called jodaiyo and, because it represents classic calligraphy, it is still used today as a model by many learners.
  957. Ancient commentaries of "Rise of The Tale of Genji" and "Kakai-sho Commentary" state that "The Tale of Genji" was not started with the present opening chapter of 'Kiritsubo,' and tradition has it that the author started writing the 'Suma' chapter first at Ishiyama-dera Temple.
  958. Ancient copy of 'Classic of Filial Piety'
  959. Ancient documents - 722 cases (among which 59 cases are national treasures)
  960. Ancient documents and books of Kanchiin Temple of To-ji Temple (Important Cultural Property)
  961. Ancient documents on sake
  962. Ancient documents: 59
  963. Ancient examples of decorations resembling giboshi can be found in picture-etched stones from the age of the Han dynasty in China and wall pictures in Dunhuang City.
  964. Ancient hina doll exhibit From March 1 to March 18
  965. Ancient liquor generally seemed to be a soggy paste such as Nerizake (antique term for shirozake, or white sake) which still exists in Izumo and Hakata regions.
  966. Ancient mirin was brown in color but improvements in manufacturing methods mean that modern mirin has a pale brown color, which has caused to be called 'shiromirin' (lit. white mirin).
  967. Ancient people conceived that wind must be generated by a deity's breath.
  968. Ancient pilgrims visited Chomei-ji Temple for prayer by ship.
  969. Ancient provincial offices, Ichinomiya, etc.
  970. Ancient records indicate the Horinden was brought to Japan by the monk Ennin.
  971. Ancient remains
  972. Ancient residents in Fukuchiyama moved mainly from Hikami (Tanba City), but also from Tajima and Tango; there are still many people that commute from such places and say that they are descended from these places.
  973. Ancient roof tiles dating from the early Nara period have been excavated in the area and, although it has not been confirmed to have been founded by Gyoki, it is known that the temple had been situated in this area since before the relocation of Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara).
  974. Ancient scabbards
  975. Ancient songs and ballads related to "utagaki" can be found in "Kojiki" ("The Records of Ancient Matters,") "Manyoshu" ("The Anthology of Myriad Leaves,") "Hitachi no kuni fudoki" ("the topography of Hitachi Province"), "Hizen no kuni fudoki" ("the topography of Hizen Province") and so on.
  976. Ancient sources refer to them as 'jizamurai' or 'myoji no hyakusho' (farmers with surnames).
  977. Ancient structural remnants and excavated relics
  978. Ancient structural remnants of 16 warehouses were excavated in the head area of the Uemachi plateau in the east of Naniwatsu, revealing that Naniwatsu was a big distribution center at that time.
  979. Ancient structural remnants of Tanada in the latter part of the Kofun period (the middle of the 6th century) were discovered in Numata City, Gunma Prefecture.
  980. Ancient structural remnants of the Honmaru (the keep of the castle) are located at the top of Sakato-yama Mountain, and those of residences used in peacetime can be found at the foot of the mountain.
  981. Ancient structural remnants that have been discovered include the dorui (earthen walls), kuruwa (walls of a castle) and well ruins, among others.
  982. Ancient structural remnants used for religious services, which resemble narrow terraces, were found in a corner on the west side of the front square part by excavations and researches.
  983. Ancient time
  984. Ancient times
  985. Ancient times (Heian period)
  986. Ancient times (exclusive of wars appeared in the Japanese mythology and civil wars)
  987. Ancient times (from the Asuka Period to the early Heian Period)
  988. Ancient times to the construction of Fushimi-jo Castle by Hideyoshi
  989. Ancient times to the late Edo period
  990. Ancient tomb of Emperor Shomu and Empress Komyo
  991. Ancient uji were peer groups of many families joined by blood relationships or blood consciousness, and the head of a powerful family became the head of the uji and occupied a position similar to the head of a clan.
  992. Ancient wall paintings in Kondo (main hall) of Horyu-ji Temple: the late 7th century; Ikaruga-cho, Nara Prefecture
  993. Ancient writings:
  994. Ancient written documents include descriptions of Omi written in 使主 instead of 臣.
  995. Ancientry
  996. And "Brucke", the caf? set up next to the "Nanbu Restaurant", also has unique parfaits.
  997. And "Hoheishi" (an imperial messenger to a Shinto shrine) was dispatched to Kasuga-taisha Shrine and to its Kyoto branches (Oharano-jinja Shrine and Yoshida-jinja Shrine).
  998. And "Shinboku doza no ki" (the book on moving the sacred tree, owned by the Cabinet Library) says the first one was in 1006.
  999. And "mitsu-mon" (three-crest type) - in which the two crests on the sleeves' back are removed - and "hitotsu-mon" (single-crest type), which has only one crest on the back, are also semi-formal attire.
  1000. And "moromi vinegar" in Okinawa prefecture uses as its ingredient the sakekasu of "awamori" (strong Okinawa liquor) which includes lots of citric acids and is produced by acetic-fermenting this.

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