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  1. And "zaike" refers to an unit of taxation and labor-enforcement, which was made up of a house and its premises, the nearby paddy and field, and the inhabitants, all of which existed in both "shoen" (a manor, or a private estate) and "koryo" (public land).
  2. And 'Hosonaga' is often used as a gift.
  3. And 'Mappo-shiso' (the end-of-the-world belief) became rampant, which made people in those days believe that A.D. 1052 was the first year of 'Mappo' (Age of the Final Dharma) and that thereafter the Buddhist law taught by Shaka would be neglected.
  4. And 10 se is equal to 1 tan (a unit).
  5. And 182 of them were charged.
  6. And Aomi no himemiko was not a miko and she was simply asked questions regarding succession to the Imperial Throne, and answered the name of Iitoyo no himemiko and did not give an oracle.
  7. And Article 5 banned women along with military men, policemen, Shinto priests and teachers from political associations such as political parties and prohibited freedom of assembly and association including joining or hosting political speech meetings.
  8. And Buddhist priest Suigen at Daitoku-ji Temple conferred the pseudonym of 'Yoho-an' to him.
  9. And Buichikin, which was commission charges for kin-za (an organization in charge of casting and appraising of gold during the Edo period), was 10 ryo for clerk, 10 ryo 2 bu for workman of Kinza and 4 ryo for toryo (leader) of Fukisyo.
  10. And Busanni (military officer without post) was controlled by Hyobu-sho (the Ministry of Military).
  11. And Chinese instruments used in performances of Shingaku were imported via Nagasaki, and they were also made in Japan in imitation of the Chinese imports.
  12. And Chison was slain near the bridge.
  13. And Christianity and Fujufuse School (based on the principles of not receiving and not giving) were banned and the believers were forced to convert to Buddhism.
  14. And Dame comes from 'dame wo osu' (to make doubly sure).
  15. And Densha (the Palace) inside of Daidairi (the Greater Imperial Palace) becomes the site of purification for Saigu.
  16. And Doboku Yotatsugumi (a civil engineering company established by the joint investment of Kihachiro OKURA and Toshinao HORIKAWA) took charge of the construction.
  17. And Eikyo (永恭).
  18. And Faculty of Science and Technology, and that of Sociology opened.
  19. And Fusaakira's personal collection of poetry "Genji Kogusa" (a five-volume work) is said to have existed but does not any more, and dozens of his poems are left in "Fuso shu" (Chinese classics in the Heian period) and other collections.
  20. And Gakuryo was renamed Gakurin.
  21. And Gyoshu HAYAMI's "Autumn Scene of a Famous Camellia Tree" was the first to be designated as a modern masterpiece in 1977 in the Showa period.
  22. And Hidekatsu FUKUTOMI, who followed them, has made an unparalleled achievement' (dated June 5).
  23. And Hirokazu KAZUSANOSUKE was killed by Yoritomo on December 22, 1183, and most of his lands were owned by Tsunetane CHIBA, Yoshimori WADA, and the Miura clan.
  24. And Hokai says he will come later, and tells him to press down the demon until Hokai arrives.
  25. And Hotta's reforms caused Ii's "Ansei no Taigoku" (the Ansei Purge) as a reaction.
  26. And Hyobu shoyu (junior assistant minister of the Hyobusho Ministry of Military).
  27. And Ichiro MASHITA, sushi chief in Tokyo Kaikan Co., Ltd., is inventor of the 'California roll' which uses avocados instead of tuna.
  28. And Ienobu died.
  29. And Ieyasu ordered not to come into the castle.'
  30. And In makes a prediction for the fall of the Taira clan.
  31. And Ise ebi has been designated as the marine product of Mie Prefecture (on November 2, 1990).
  32. And Ito established the constitution interrogation office (its name was changed into the political system interrogation office the next year) so as to prepare for a constitution and a national diet.
  33. And Japan Freight Railway Company became a railway company that operated between Umezako Station and Higashi-Maizuru Station.
  34. And Japanese art was also shaken by the modernization and the drastic change of the Japanese society after the Meiji Restoration.
  35. And Jusei (the tenth generation) Sagidenuemonbon (the Sagidenuemon version) is the copy of Fukuoryubon, and Harumurabon is the copy of Sagidenuemonbon by Harumura KUROKAWA in 1852.
  36. And Kaiho Rei was proclaimed on August 28, 1871.
  37. And Kaishu KATSU, another great figure at that time, also admired him with the expression of 'a hero in Confucian clothes.'
  38. And Kanami became dayu (toryo no shite (the head of main actors)) of Yuzaki troupe.
  39. And Kanemichi wanted to give Yoritada the post of Sadaijin, so the Imperial Prince Kaneakira who was holding the position was embroiled in promotion.
  40. And Katsutoyo HIJIKATA, the lord of Komono Domain, was in charge of entertaining Inshi (a messenger from the retired Emperor), on this occasion.
  41. And Kobe Luminarie is taken place on Nakamachi-dori Street and Higashi-yuenchi Park every year in December.
  42. And Korea was never to be a nation with powerful navy in East Asia.
  43. And Koryosan Honzen-ji Temple in Kaminobe-cho, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, and Chikozan Ryugyo-ji Temple (erected by Tadataka; the common name is 'Okubo Temple') in Shirokane, Minato Ward, Tokyo.
  44. And Kuniji YASHIRO considered Yoshikawabon to be superior in its value as historical material compared with the Hojobon because it makes people think of the previous phase of the work before it was simplified an enlarged.
  45. And Kyotanabe City is the cosponsor supporting public information etc.
  46. And Kyoto University has also played the role of a cultural transmitter in Kyoto, symbolized by the rock concert held in its West Hall.
  47. And Maizuru also contains the Chutan wide area Promotion Bureau and Kinki Finance Bureau, and continues to expand as an administration city.
  48. And Masamoto HOSOKAWA's paternal elder half-sister.
  49. And Massha no kami appears on the stage.
  50. And Minobe finally resigned from his posts in the House of Peers.
  51. And Muneko's older brother Motozane transferred from Kanpaku to Sessho for assisting the little emperor.
  52. And Nagauta & each school of Joruri are not only used in the Kabuki performance, but also used as accompaniment for Japanese dancing.
  53. And Nobukatsu ODA had his territory reduced to 20,000 koku of Karasuyama, Shimotsuke Province.
  54. And Nobutora offered to assume the position of yoriki (a police sergeant) and go back to Kai Province.
  55. And Norinaga MOTOORI also said in "Kokugoko" that the origin of wa is unknown.
  56. And OE no Masafusa seems to have continued writing until 1111, when he died.
  57. And OSHIMA influenced his friend Kogoro KATSURA (Takayoshi KIDO), and later as KATSURA rose up to a high-ranking officer, as a result, Oshima's opinion came to have greater influence on the political situation.
  58. And Oke no mikoto brothers were hidden under the guardianship of Iitoyo from early on and some theories say that the discovery was just a setup, which is eclectic (the theory by Toshiaki WAKAI mentioned below is one of them).
  59. And Okitsugu repeatedly met with misfortunes, such as the assassination of his son Okitomo TANUMA, failure of the reclamation work of Inba-numa Lake, eruption of Mt. Asama, the Tenmei Famine, and the death of the Shogun Ieharu who supported Okitsugu, so he lost his position and his politics came to an end.
  60. And Oshinumibe (the folks of Aomi no himemiko) and Oshinumi were originally the one of Aomi no himemiko and 'when Ichibe no oshiha no miko was killed, Iitoyo no himemiko escaped under her aunt miya and the tradition that she had a sexual intercourse with a man was for the niece Iitoyo no himemiko.'
  61. And Otori-sai is held on the first Tori no hi in December.
  62. And Otsu-juku (a shogunal demesne), a posting station of Tokai-do Road, flourished in transport of goods and traffic of people.
  63. And Oura Peninsula holds Maizuru Bay in its arm in the direction of its southwest.
  64. And Platform 4 overhung the riverbank of the Kamo-gawa River.
  65. And Private First Sasaki and Corporal Takahashi, who found the way home near Umatateba, were frozen to death lying on top of each other.
  66. And Saigu immediately begins to purify herself by abstaining from certain foods and activities.
  67. And Sakutan Toji was brought on or avoided by the artificial manipulation of the calendar (which is a practice called 'kaireki' [calendar revision]).
  68. And Sakutan Toji was splendidly celebrated.
  69. And Saneyuki AKIYAMA who invented the Crossing the T tactic and wiped out the Baltic Fleet while he was serving as the senior staff officer in Nihonkai Kaisen (Naval battle of Japan sea) was Yoshifuru's younger brother.
  70. And Shaka practiced asceticism as a Bosatsu (Bodhisattva).
  71. And Shigeie petitioned Ieyasu for his life through Kyoto Shoshidai, Nobumasa OKUDAIRA.
  72. And Shigetane composed a poem.
  73. And Shigetoki's son Nagatoki HOJO became the sixth regent after Tokiyori, and Nagatoki's grandchild was Hisatoki.
  74. And Shinichi SATO, Masataka UWAYOKOTE, Yoshimi TODA, Masaaki TAKAHASHI and others proposed the theory on the origin of bushi by 'samurai function' that the bushi originally came from the bushi staying in Kyoto.
  75. And Shinran, who is believed to be the founder of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism), praised the book by stating that 'Zendodokumyobutsushoi (Shandao was the only one who clarified the message of Buddha)' in "Shoshin Nembutsuge".
  76. And Shoten-ji Temple holds 'Hakata-ori Fair,' a new collection show of Hakata-ori textile in the beginning of November each year.
  77. And Shuri no daibu (Master of the Office of Palace Repairs).
  78. And Somemaru HAYASHIYA (IV) and others started to educate young people.
  79. And Sugita asked Yosuke WATANABE of Historiographical Institute at Tokyo Imperial University to appraise the inscription, and as a result it is confirmed that the inscription was historical material of an uprising of Tokusei.
  80. And Tadateru died at Takashima-jo Castle in Suwa, where he had been incarcerated, in August 24, 1683.
  81. And Takatsugu KYOGOKU entered the castle in place of Hidetsugu.
  82. And Takedono, who was forced to divorce him after the war, later became a concubine of Sadamichi TSUCHIMIKADO, a son of Michichika TSUCHIMIKADO, whereafter she grew deeply involved in the enthronement of the Emperor Gosaga.
  83. And Tanaka persuaded the victims to make a kind of assembly (called the mining pollution assembly) in the damaged areas, Tochigi and Gunma Prefectures, to make the fourth Oshidashi.
  84. And Tokuitsu saw not only the Tendai sect but Mikkyo as a problem and he criticized the Kobo Daishi (Kukai) in the Shingon sect in "Shingon-shu miketsumon" (a collection of criticisms of esoteric teachings) (it is the only historical material which remains as Tokuitsu's book).
  85. And Tokuitsu wrote "Shaikensho" and "Enichiusoku" as a rebuttal to Sanichigonjitsu no soron in the latter volume of "Shugo-kokkai-sho" and Saicho opposed this in "Ketsugon jitsuron" and as a conclusion he seems to have written "Hokke-shuku."
  86. And Tokyo Club was moved there.
  87. And Ujinao impetuously ran down the mountain, charging the enemy.
  88. And Wakatarashihime, Sukaku no Himemiko, Iwakuma no Himemiko, Uji no Himemiko, and Sukatehime no Himemiko did not come to Ise.
  89. And Yamato Hime no Mikoto, who made an appearance in ancient myths as one who received an oracle from Amaterasu Omikami, said "I think the divine wind resides in this province."
  90. And Yasutoki HOJO, Kagemori ADACHI, Tadahisa SHIMAZU and others were appointed ("Azuma Kagami" - The Mirror of the East).
  91. And Yorimori was permitted to reenter the service very soon thereafter the following year, in February 1180.
  92. And Yoshida-Ryo is the oldest student dormitory in Japan of all national university corporations' ones.
  93. And Yoshimasa TANAKA's ancestors were the Tanaka family, which was a part of the Minamoto clan in Omi named Takashima clan, and is said to have been the lord of Tanaka-jo Castle.
  94. And Yoshinaga OUCHI, who became the head of the Ouchi clan with the support of the Sue clan, was also attacked by Motonari MORI, and Yoshinaga killed himself in May (or June) 1557, so the Ouchi clan died out.
  95. And Yukihito IIJIMA, professor emeritus at Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, criticized the changing tides theory by also asserting the view that tidal speed has no effect on the relative velocity of ships riding the same current.
  96. And Yuko, who was prone to illness, left the future of school with Shoichi HASHIMOTO who was a private pupil and had lived in the house from the age of five.
  97. And Zaibatsu came to recognize that the fact of main railways being divided and held separately by private railways was so disadvantageous in terms of the competition with foreign countries.
  98. And a card that included a vulgar expression was also replaced:
  99. And a crane lives one thousand years.
  100. And a local independent broadcasting station, Kyoto Broadcasting System Company Limited, has been broadcasting prerecorded or live on terrestrial television all the home games of Kyoto Sanga which is the sole club that enjoys such services in all the J. League clubs, and that fulfillment is far ahead of all others.
  101. And a new Saigu is chosen by fortune-telling called Kiboku (divination that interprets the fissure that appears after toasting the turtle shell in the fire.
  102. And a punishment letter from the branch office of Minbusho (Ministry of Popular Affairs) said that monks did not acquire the changes of current affairs and went wrong due to personal desires.
  103. And a street east of Higashioji-dori Street is called "Chionin-michi", which extends to Jingu-michi Street in front of San-mon Gate of Chion-in Temple.
  104. And a strong wind blows, which reveals the uncanny appearance of In for the first time.
  105. And a theory says Naidai was shortened into Nadai, and this theory makes Nadai in Edo & Gedai in Kamigata come as a pair, so it supports the theory that Gedai originated from the title on the picture scroll.
  106. And a theory says that the Imperial Court called those who forced war against the Imperial Court "oni" (a demon) or "tsuchigumo" from ancient times, and that the court despised - and feared - them.
  107. And a typical example is the Daisen Mounded Tomb in Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, which is supposed to be the Mausoleum of Emperor Nintoku.
  108. And according to "Heike Monogatari," Takaie SHO captured TAIRA no Shigehira.
  109. And according to "Zojo-ji Tokugawa Shogunbo to sono Ihin Itai" (The Tokugawa shogun family's graveyard at Zojo-ji Temple and the mementos and remains), which was mainly compiled by Suzuki, Ienobu's blood type was ABO, the same as his great-grandfather Hidetada, who served as the second shogun, and his father Tsunashige.
  110. And according to the "Heiji monogatari," as they left the palace grounds some of the guardsmen found them suspicious and searched the carriage, but mistook the seventeen-year-old Emperor for a lady in waiting.
  111. And according to the "Heikoki," on March 13, 1240, the author performed a hundred-fold visit at Gion Shrine.
  112. And according to the documents of Hideaki MATSUDAIRA and Goro HONMA, the Matsudaira Kinkaku school had a negative stance towards the running water method.
  113. And according to the records of the time, they were generally members of the samurai class, served as proprietor of a house, and were called 'Konpon ryoshu' (local lord with fundamental ruling right) or 'Kaihatsu-ryoshu, ' (local lord who developed the land).
  114. And actual performance.
  115. And actually, in September 1412, Emperor Shoko of the Northern Court succeeded the Imperial Throne.
  116. And additionally there is one theory saying that the word origin was "Arque bus cylinder shaped arrow" in French.
  117. And additionally, there is sucre masse which makes a three dimensional form, and sucre tournais which is shaped by kneading and so on.
  118. And additionally, when Choshushi (clerks conveying the Public Documents under the System of the Law "Ritsuryo"), who was one of Yodo no tsukai, was in Kyoto, they controlled it.
  119. And after 1775, payment in cash became the regular form of payment.
  120. And after Emperor Meiji demised and the Taisho era began, he held the post of the Provisional Director General of Imperial Household Editorial Bureau and made possible effort to compile "Meiji Tenno Ki" (Chronicle of Emperor Meiji).
  121. And after Tokiyori HOJO, Tokuso (reign of original household of the Hojo family) who retired shikken (Shogunal Regent) he retained the real power, and this became the common style during the reign.
  122. And after he undertook the ceremony for gods of heaven and earth at Kashiwabara (柏原) in Abi, he settled down there, and took the daughter of Ujihiko who was KI no Atai's descendent, to wife and TAKENOUCHI no Sukune was born.
  123. And after surviving the tragedy of Japanese American Internment during the World War II, they have seen the improvement of their position in American society since the 1960s.
  124. And after that, actual collisions came to take place between the peasants who were going to make petitions in Tokyo and the police.
  125. And after that, he attended some gatherings of Japanese poetry, such as a contest held at the residence of "FUJIWARA no Tsunefusa," the party of fifty poem sequence at the residence of Cloistered Imperial Prince Shukaku, and a contest at Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine.
  126. And after that, he held the posts of full general and Konoe-totoku (regulator of Konoefu), and he took charge of the Rusu-seifu (a temporary government while the permanent officials are away) when Okubo and Kido went to the official travel of Iwakura Mission.
  127. And after the Eisho War, the Nagao clan made the Uesugi clan (the Shugo of Echigo Province) its puppet, and it also began to exert its control over aoso-za.
  128. And after the Railway Nationalization Act was issued, few new applications for new private railway were turned in.
  129. And after the central figure of the movement, Shozo TANAKA died in 1913, the movement also almost died.
  130. And afterward, Nigihayahi no Mikoto submitted himself to Iwarebiko because he found out that Iwarebiko was the descendant of Amaterasu.
  131. And all "Shushin kazoku" (one-generation kazoku) and all people who were newly given the kazoku status were raised to "Eisei kazoku" ("Eidai kazoku" or permanent kazoku who could keep the kazoku status for generations), at the result, all the families holding the kazoku status were Eisei kazoku.
  132. And all the lords of shoen were not secular men and some bishops or abbots owned lands with tributes as lords.
  133. And all the shoens did not consist of the above mentioned three kinds of lands.
  134. And along with Nagatada TSUDA, Banzan was engaged in establishing the policy base of the Okayama Domain in the early Edo period as an assistant of Mitsumasa.
  135. And also "I never revealed what I would do in the past, so if I were to reveal my future actions now, it would surprise everyone."
  136. And also Eijuoumaru was allowed to call himself "Shigeuji ASHIKAGA (足利成氏)", borrowing one character (成) from the name of Seii Taishogun (commander-in-chief of the expeditionary force), Yoshinari ASHIKAGA (足利義成) (later, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA), and was officially appointed 5th Kamakura Kubo.
  137. And also about that time the population of Hokkaido was reaching a level at which it was possible to recruit soldiers under the conscription system, which led to the foundation of the Dainana Shidan (Seventh Division).
  138. And also from the history above, teppanyaki is positioned mainly as dining out, food of camping, or food of festival.
  139. And also on August 3, 1680, he went up to Kyoto and visited the Imperial Palace for talks about the court rank promotion of Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA in preparation for Tsunayoshi's assumption of the shogunate.
  140. And also planned is the renaming of the current bus stop at the Kyoto Prefectural Jonan High School which was relocated because of its consolidation in 2009.
  141. And also, according to "some historical documents," it is recorded that she served as Saio for 37 years.
  142. And also, as you can see that Sei Shonagon and Murasaki Shikibu who developed dynastic style literature were court ladies from this class, people from this class were the important bearers of the culture of dynasty.
  143. And also, he learned Dutch medicine from the medical officer of the Dutch trading house.
  144. And also, he learned Sinology from Banzan KUMAZAWA with his father (His father Michishige was referred to as a tosho big four of Banzan's disciples).
  145. And also, he studied under Beian ICHIKAWA.
  146. And also, in Japanese food culture, eating utensils such as spoon (or chirirenge [ceramic spoon]) are not used when they eat food with a high water content, therefore, this eating style causes them to drop food more often.
  147. And also, many otogishu of Hideyoshi came from a good line such as the old shugo family, the family of former his master, or higher ranking busho (Japanese military commander) than him.
  148. And also, the Imperial Diet had no initiative of constitutional amendment.
  149. And also, the Tokugawa regime gave jishi menkyo to the major post station towns from 1600 to 1602 in exchange for the duty to provide the post horses, and afterward, jishi menkyo was given to the local post station towns - mainly, those on "Gokai-do Road" (the Five Highways radiating from Edo).
  150. And also, the lord of Aizu Domain Katamori MATSUDAIRA who was on the side of bakufu was against him.
  151. And also, the well-known name 'Doyo' was his Nyudo go (the title of priest).
  152. And also, there is a written record that Norimasa IMAGAWA, who played a role in quelling War of Zenshu UESUGI, was appointed as vice shogun.
  153. And although the way of tea, and especially Matcha (powdered green tea), remained one of Zen priests' most basic elements, to the fiercely critical and discerning eye of Baisao, it appeared to be a mere empty formality.
  154. And among policies made by Rusu-seifu, the only one that had not been worked over before the delegation's departure was 'Kenkan (sending an ambassador to Korea) issue of Takamori SAIGO,' which resulted in confrontation between the delegation members and Resu-seifu.
  155. And among ryoke and honke, the ones who had the right of effective dominion were called honjo (proprietor or guarantor of manor).
  156. And among the Hojo clan, Sadaaki HOJO would probably have been the compiler.
  157. And among this small pool of designated items, the fact that most, including for example the Yohen Tenmoku tea bowls (held by the Seikado Bunko Art Museum among others), are of Chinese manufacture is noteworthy.
  158. And among those students who entered the Faculty of Letters in Heisei 16 academic year and before, Group A, B, and D were not distinguished.
  159. And an announcement of forthcoming titles at the end of "Tekake" shows two works of "Tidings from a Cargo Ship in Various Provinces" and "Saigyo Stories: Poetic Sites Bundled in a Dyed Cloth," and Akinari seems to have intended to write Ukiyo zoshi, which supported the conjecture.
  160. And an artists painted pictures on many of them.
  161. And an entry and other information from "Seishu Gunki" say that Nobunaga's wife, who was the daughter of Dosan SAITO, bore him no children and that Nobutada ODA (his childhood name was Kimyo or Kimyomaru), who was born from one of Nobunaga's concubines, was adopted so that Nobunaga could make him the legitimate son.
  162. And another is that Ito pressed the denial of joiron and stated to 'stand in line with foreign countries' so a part of joi-ha conformed to this.
  163. And apart from this, until the early medieval times, those who could have the right of enforcing sanctions to others on their merits, including the kugyo (the top court officials) class, were called 'bushi.'
  164. And around 1181, he also participated in transcribing waka on "Ippon Gyo Waka Kaishi" (a high-grade paper on which a waka composed under a certain topic was transcribed).
  165. And as Harima's mind goes wild, the Aoyama family also goes to utter ruin.
  166. And as I promised, I will not elongate the tree of the precincts lower under the ground to the bottom of the mountain.
  167. And as a member of the Hokuriku area force Takatsugu KYOGOKU, the lord of Otsu-jo Castle in Omi Province, was part of the Yoshitsugu army.
  168. And as a nation-wide organization concerning the promotion of shigin, Nippon Ginkenshibu Foundation exists and under that Ginkenshibudo Sorenmei exists in each prefecture.
  169. And as a result of the deliberation, he was exiled to the countryside of Kyoto and never came back to the political arena.
  170. And as a supplement, the rules of Yukiza troupe set in Kanami era are added, and oral transcription that seems to be the draft exists in the form of extra book.
  171. And as another reason, the shops that were originally food stalls make the customers eat it on the iron plate so it was not necessary for the shops to wash dishes because traditionally the shops had cut down the water used for washing the dishes.
  172. And as for her age, 'she is forty-five (45 years old),' was written in "Mizu Kagami (The Water Mirror)," and to calculate her age inversely based on this, it is Emperor Ingyo 29 (440), but it is not clear how it true to the historical fact.
  173. And as for regulations about the polishing ratio of junmaishu (sake made without added alcohol or sugar), there was a provision until 2003 that said 'junmaishu shall be made with polishing ratio of 70 percent or less.'
  174. And as for technique of castle construction, battlement for a flank attack (it had already existed), exploiting the performance of hinawaju, developed and they were applied to Ako-jo Castle.
  175. And as for the place name of 'Iitoyo,' there are the ones across Tohoku region in addition to the Mt. Iidesan.
  176. And as for these stations located along that section, the local train that shuttled at Hirakatashi Station would stop.
  177. And as he went up to Kyoto and declared his supreme power over Japan, he was called the first tenkabito (person becoming the ruler of the country) and tried to establish the Miyoshi administration.
  178. And as mentioned above, it was Sanetoshi that relayed many bukeshisso by the Muromachi bakufu shogun.
  179. And as of April 8, 940, he entered Shimosa Province and engaged in mopping up the Masakado's remnants.
  180. And as the basin is completely buried, if the toilet is clogged and the clog can not be cleared, the basin must be broken down and removed, meanwhile the lavatory cannot be used and the repair costs a lot.
  181. And as the educational philosophy to realize this 'conscience' education concretely, 'Christian principles,' 'liberalism,' and 'internationalism' have been upheld, and it has aimed at fostering people as 'the nation's conscience' through these.
  182. And as written above, judging from the situation that Otari disappeared from the historical materials after relationship between Nakamaro and Emperor Koken was driven into a helpless situation on New Year in 764, we can see that Otari was "FUJIWARA no Nakamaro's followers."
  183. And at last the day they promised has come.
  184. And at least he can be confirmed to have been a kokushi (provincial governors) in Izumi Province around during December 1333 and January 1334) (November and December,1333 in old calendar) (Kumeta-dera Monjo).
  185. And at one point the Higo clan of the bakufu side fought an even battle (the Battle of Akasaka/Torigoe, near Kitakyushu City Sakuragaoka Primary School).
  186. And at present, the extension of outfield fences is not planned.
  187. And at some ordinary shrines rituals must be conducted entirely by a single Guji, who has to carry the ceremonial objects himself and pass himself the tamagushi.
  188. And at that time, he was imprisoned in Taisan-ji Temple (located in the present Nishi Ward, Kobe City).
  189. And at the coming-out ceremony for shinuchi, a speech is given.
  190. And at the same time, the station was equipped with one island platform with two tracks, which enables two trains to pass each other.
  191. And at their center existed a giant cave that was said to be "the cave in which Fusen, the second chief priest of Hokai-ji Temple, practiced his calm contemplation."
  192. And attacking the mansion of Koreyoshi OUCHI, Governor of Iga Province, killing the many retainers of Koreyoshi, he invaded Koga County, Omi Province, and had a battle with the Minamoto's army led by Hideyoshi SASAKI at the mansion of OHARA in that county.
  193. And based on his ability of shooting on a horse, it is considered that Kai no Yusha did not belong to the common people but district managers.
  194. And based on the above mentioned reasons, he insists that it should be read 'Asai' as normally.
  195. And based on the equal-field system under the Tang Dynasty, the land system under the Japanese ritsuryo system was established.
  196. And based on this article of "Nihonshoki," Mami is considered to have died before this date at the latest.
  197. And based on this exchange rate, amounts of the public bond was decided and a change to the public bond system was forcibly exercised from the next year.
  198. And based on this, he denied the Omi-Ryo theory, supposing that Omi-Ryo did not include the provisions on imperial succession.
  199. And battles on the sea between the huge ships came to be fought.
  200. And because of mourning my father and brother, I can not move the military, and after all, I have rested for a while and have not unnerved Goguryeo's force.
  201. And because of the situation in the later Muromachi bakufu after Yoshimitsu, intervention by bukeshisso still continued.
  202. And because of this, it is called great practice.
  203. And because there also exist many other stars around the Milky Way, the night sky in summer and winter is full of stars, in contrast, in spring and autumn, few notable constellations exist in the night sky.
  204. And before Sogi was going down to Echigo in 1491, he left a message that said, 'I've asked Sanetaka to take care of one set of documents of the initiation of waka interpretation, and if I can't return to Kyoto, I will give them to Sanetaka.'
  205. And bruised fruits are discarded.
  206. And burial of dotaku took place intensively around the beginning of the first century and in the second century.
  207. And buying them required vast economic power.
  208. And by Iemitsu TOKUGAWA's intention based on Munenori's last wish, 200 koku from Munenori's property inheritance 12500 koku were distributed to Hotoku-ji Temple as jiryo (temple estate).
  209. And by Kyakushiki code (amendments and enforcement regulations [of the ritsuryo]) on August 25, 808, the fixed number of Shojo (Junior Secretary) and Shosakan (Junior Clerk) was increased by one member.
  210. And by the addition of sugar and seasonings to beans in this process, their flavor penetrates the beans deeply to the core.
  211. And by the influence of those performing arts, sometimes it refers to heavy drinkers and red things.
  212. And confiscated territories are not applied to merits.'
  213. And contrary to the pre-war expectation, Japanese Combined Fleet defeated the Chinese large-sized main fleet.
  214. And conventional materials which said that Kakimon-in was a real mother of Emperor Gokameyama was put together with the new opinion that Emperor Chokei's real mother was Kakimon-in too, and now it is generally considered that both of them were Kakimon-in's sons.
  215. And court nobles who have been on Sutoku's side and Yorinaga's sons are to be exiled.
  216. And depending on the shops, a small amount of mustard paste reconstituted from mustard powder and water is sometimes added.
  217. And depending upon the shops, sometimes an egg is not added to the okonomiyaki dough which is overlapped.
  218. And due to the conclusion of the Chishima-Karafuto Kokan Joyaku (the Treaty of Saint Petersburg), Seikan-ha who remained in the government started raising their voice to make an envoy's dispatch to Korea come true this time.
  219. And due to the extraordinarily heavy snowfall which struck the Chugoku region in January 1963, many families left farming villages in mountain areas of the Chugoku region and moved to Hiroshima City during the high economic growth period, where many farmers' wives opened shops.
  220. And during Bunsei era, Tanehiko RYUTEI, a popular novelist, found an old book in a secondhand book store.
  221. And during his adversity and isolation, this idea became symbolized and entrenched in his mind as a thing of far stronger spiritual beauty than the actual Kinkaku.
  222. And during the daytime, in both directions, they undergo pacing attachments with local trains at Shijonawate (revised on March 14, 2009).
  223. And during the end of this battle, in the Battle of Agincourt (1415), the exact same events were repeated.
  224. And each bushi was increasingly in charge of regional government practices as kokushi or the lords of shoen.
  225. And each group lays the tori-fuda neatly in three rows on the tatami.
  226. And especially, the waka in Kinyo Wakashu (the poem number 537) appealed his grudge to FUJIWARA no Kinzane about not being invited to the Japanese poetry contest at the residence of FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, and this waka suggests his pride as a maker of Japanese poetry.
  227. And even "Bussotoki" (Record of the lineage of the Buddha and the patriarchs) that was compiled in 1269 is claimed to have shortfalls in organization as a historical book.
  228. And even Yoshimochi, who was Yoshimitsu's son and was allegedly critical about his father's policies against the Imperial Court, also assumed the post of In no shitsushi of the retired Emperor Gokomatsu.
  229. And even after Rennyo passed away in 1499, Jitsunyo found it necessary to handle the maintenance of a religious organization that had suddenly expanded a great deal in scale during his father's time.
  230. And even after the military families were established in medieval times, apart from this, the post corresponding to the military officer in the Imperial Court existed, but he could not be admitted as bushi unless coming from samurai status even though he got the government post.
  231. And even now, he preaches for people in this Gokuraku.
  232. And even recently, this way had been continued in conferences while in the presence of the emperor and so on.
  233. And even the schools that seem to end their lives in Japan today are found alive in foreign countries.
  234. And even within the Owari Clan Chikurin sect that set many records, some groups did not participate in Toshiya because they regarded it as harmful to the essence of shooting.
  235. And ever since the Meiji period, the furisode has well taken hold as a beautiful type of formal wear for unmarried women.
  236. And except this event, as messengers of the emperor or the retired emperor were sent to Edo and/or Nikko when needed, Kyooyaku was selected each time.
  237. And finally Mt. Fuji will start to move. (chapter 21 of volume Uetsu)
  238. And finally the land survey conducted by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI resulted in the elimination of the position and authority of myoshu.
  239. And finally, he formally entered Atsutane Hirata's school (Ibukinoya School) with the dearest wish of his heart.
  240. And finally, in March 1994, train series 103 was completely replaced with 112 cars of train series 207 (with their car numbers in the 1000 range) composed of fourteen sets of eight-car trains (six-car basic train with adjunctive two cars per train) deployed at Takatsuki Depot (Suita factory, a satellite of Takatsuki Depot).
  241. And finally, the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces of approximately 38,000 (Note: The Oda forces of 12,000 and the Tokugawa forces of 4,000, according to one theory) reached Nagashino (Shitaragahara), and started to build a camp fortress including horse-blocking fences.
  242. And fine appearance.
  243. And following part consists of 31 sections in which full account of instructions in performing and creating Noh are given, mentioning the particular examples.
  244. And following the relocation of the national capital to Heijo (present Nara City), it was moved to the new capital and renamed as 'Daian-ji Temple.'
  245. And for foreign goods, 1 kin was equalized with 120 monme (450 grams), since it was nearly equal to 1 pound (453.6 grams), which was called eikin (British kin).
  246. And for its settlement, an opportunity in which that vocabulary is commonly used and its prevalence to some extent would be needed.
  247. And for one and half years since then until Naohiro NAGAI was transferred as the lord of the Ako domain to replace Naganori, Yasuteru had served as the zaiban of the Ako-jo Castle (however, it is said that actually about 200 Karo (chief retainer) of the Tatsuno domain had served as the zaiban for the castle).
  248. And for this reason, the government might reject financial support for Tsushima Domain.
  249. And for transportation, kanjin shicho (a manservant doing odd jobs) belonged to this.
  250. And from around the Bunsei era (1818 to 1830) in the Edo period, it is said some called 'yen' as 'ryo' habitually.
  251. And from later on dotaku itself grew in size with a decoration added on the surface.
  252. And from the 1600s, examples of using vinegar came to be seen here and there.
  253. And from the last days of the Edo period to the early Meiji period, "Mokuami KAWATAKE" did the same as Nanboku.
  254. And from the middle of the Heian period, the Jodo style garden that mimics the idea of Western Paradise under the doctrine of the Jodo thoughts of Buddhism (thoughts of going to heaven through praying to Amida Buddha) was prevailing.
  255. And funase (funadamari ? dock) was built at national expense, but with the decline of the Japanese nation under the ritsuryo codes the reconstruction discontinued and lied neglected.
  256. And going through the Egyptian room decorated with Egyptian art and large wall painting s of the Nile and the Pyramids to the south, it was seen the Drosera garden of the south garden from the balcony outside.
  257. And guards of Todo no hashi bridge (Uji-bashi bridge) blocks the food supply for toneris of the younger brother of the Emperor who was the heir apparent (Prince Oama)."
  258. And he (or she) has to continue knocking until zen chishiki says, Enough.
  259. And he also made some waka in the private Japanese poetry party at Imperial Palace in 1075 held by Emperor Shirakawa for the emperor himself and its entourage only.
  260. And he also says that it can be read from the actual description in "History of Baekje" that Mimana Nihon-fu had nothing to do with the Yamato sovereignty (=> Inoue 2004 pp.106-107.).
  261. And he appointed those whom he recognized capable and fair the important positions, carried out the policy of austerity, and revealed the corruption of officials, checking the account books of the domain by moving beads on an abacus by himself.
  262. And he argued that the square portion represents the front portion of the car.
  263. And he asks why they stops yamabushi in particular, at this barrier.
  264. And he assisted in directing the bakufu's gunnery training.
  265. And he assumed his position as the ninth shogun, given the shogunate position by his father Yoshimasa.
  266. And he became Sakurada-mon Gate goban on July 31, 1700.
  267. And he became the first director of the museum.
  268. And he begins to describe three wives of Uemon no jo, sixteen daughters (or their husbands), and nine sons.
  269. And he bid forever farewell to his father and the art of Noh.
  270. And he breathed his last.
  271. And he built chaya (tea houses) for entertaining daimyo (feudal lords) in Imure (the present Imure-cho, Toyohashi City), Kozakai (the present Kozakai-cho, Hoi-gun, Aichi Prefecture) and other places.
  272. And he called the work "Unmei."
  273. And he came to live as a doctor.
  274. And he claimed that autumn festivals, winter festivals and spring festivals were originally a series of festivals (harvest, renewal of souls and prayer for a good crop), and then autumn festivals and spring festivals were separated, and the rest became winter festivals.
  275. And he completed the koto part for the work "Tama no Utena" by kengyo MATSUURA in just one night.
  276. And he composes a poem using cressets in front of the garden as a metaphor for his own attachment.
  277. And he conceded these territories to his many sons, including the legitimate son, Sadahisa SHIMAZU.
  278. And he dedicated them to Ishigami-jinja Shrine.
  279. And he deplored that the theory of the use of rice by KUMAZAWA was not practiced really.
  280. And he did not move out from Shida no sho for more than twenty years.
  281. And he did not talk anything about the events around the end of the shogunate/restoration.
  282. And he did not use the Oshima-bon manuscript, but the Sanjonishike manuscript as the original text for Genji Monogatari in the "Nihon koten bungaku taikei (series)," which was published by Iwanami Shoten between 1958 and 1963.
  283. And he died soon after entering the priesthood and taking the name Kyoren in 1200.
  284. And he entered Eijiro CHIBA's dojo (Chiba Dojo in Otamagaike) of Hokushin-Itto school and made friends with loyal supporters of the Emperor while practicing swordsmanship.
  285. And he fought the severe war by locking himself and his group up in the castle against the Western Alliance of 15,000 soldiers, and at last he prevented the Western Alliance attackers from heading to Sekigahara.
  286. And he gave permission for a religious service for the spirit of late Hidemitsu AKECHI (beginning of Goryo-sai Festival - festivals of Kamigoryo-jinja Shrine and of Shimogoryo-jinja Shrine).
  287. And he gives the abbot two shodoka (Chinese long poetry).
  288. And he got the approval on November 25, 1107 and established 'Oba no mikuriya' (private estate of Oba ranch).
  289. And he grew to be a daidaimyo (daimyo having a greater stipend) to govern, in total, nine provinces Kinki region (Settsu, Kawachi, Yamato, Tanba Province, Yamashiro Province, Izumi Province) and Shikoku (Awa, Sanuki Province, Awaji Province), including part of Harima, Iyo and Tosa.
  290. And he intones an eight-character verse.
  291. And he is a child of a cousin on the mother's side of Ukichi TAGUCHI.
  292. And he is going to takes a daughter of the steward of Shiba, Tomiko, as his wife.
  293. And he loved the nature of Hida Takayama and had stayed there for three years since he was sixty-one years old.
  294. And he made a new Imperial lineage centering on the emperors of 15 generations and developed his discussion.
  295. And he makes a prediction that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI reigned over the whole country after Kenshin UESUGI, Shingen TAKEDA, and Nobunaga ODA, but it won't last long.
  296. And he makes up his mind to return home.
  297. And he married his daughter off to Kagetoyo ASAKURA from the Gunji family (family serving as Gunji [local magistrates]) of Tsuruga County.
  298. And he merly gave him a silent approval to confiscate the rice in a depository in Osaka worth 80, 000 koku.
  299. And he ordered the local clans on the sea to be put under the control of the local lords.
  300. And he posted his capable brothers in various places to administer his extended power.
  301. And he presented the 29 parts of the text in question with records which seemed to be the source materials.
  302. And he pressured Terumasa, saying 'you are Ieyasu's son-in-law. Please make a direct plea for us'.
  303. And he proceeded with the project of centralizing the government offices in order to create a capital as good as Paris or Berlin (it was aborted due to Inoue's resignation).
  304. And he put silk and cotton fabrics on Takechi-no-yashiro Shrine and Musa-no-yashiro Shrine and prayed.
  305. And he put the tip of his sword into his mouth, jumped off his horse and killed himself with the sword.
  306. And he requested that TAIRA no Kiyomori give him, as the reward, the Osuke-shiki (governorship) of the sixteen counties of Kozuke Province and the Nitta no sho (manor), gaining both of which had been a long-cherished ambition of this family since his father, Toshitsuna.
  307. And he resigned his position as Udaijin.
  308. And he resigned his post six months before his term of service expired.
  309. And he said to her, 'I should like to see you in private.'
  310. And he says, 'if you understand the meaning of this phrase, you can regain your merciful heart.'
  311. And he served as Shigyo betto (the chief of the Imperial office) of Shirakawain-cho (the Retired Emperor Shirakawa's Office).
  312. And he served for long as Kamo-denso (Kamo-jinja shrine messenger to Emperor).
  313. And he shouted, 'Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province), MINAMOTO no Yoshiie.'
  314. And he shows the material called 'ero shigin' (in early times it was called 'sex aruaru shigin').
  315. And he starts to have a banquet brightly.
  316. And he studied Suika Shinto under Ansai YAMAZAKI and made ties with aforementioned Harumi, Fuyutsune ICHIJO and Sadayori NOMIYA.
  317. And he submitted a petition citing 21 abuses of the times to the Government.
  318. And he succeeded to retrieve the Imperial standard.
  319. And he supported Yoshiteru, and moved into the system to govern by Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA - Ujitsuna HOSOKAWA - Nagayoshi MIYOSHI in order.
  320. And he tells her not to 'betake herself to the direction of the capital' so as to pray for the everlasting prosperity of his reign.
  321. And he thought that this fostered the scholarly ethos in Tsuwano Domain, which Ogai MORI and Amane NISHI were from.
  322. And he totally broke down "Kitayama-dai villa" which Yoshimitsu had built as the political center, with the exception of Rokuon-ji temple (Kinkaku).
  323. And he wails about the trend among people to consider money as something dirty.
  324. And he was a pupil of Jocho.
  325. And he was called "Oban gashira (captain of the great guards) of Mitsui" by Takamori SAIGO who felt discomfort about that.
  326. And he was loved by the gods because of his talent.
  327. And he was promoted to Saemon no jo in 1149.
  328. And he was slain by the enemy.
  329. And he was the ancestor of the Otomo clan.
  330. And he was the chatelain of Saijo-jo Castle.
  331. And he was the first son of Man NOMURA (the seventh Manzo NOMURA).
  332. And he was the head of the Hashimoto family which originated from the Urin family.
  333. And he was the relative of the Asano family.
  334. And he welcomes Togashi coming later.
  335. And he went on to say that the judgment by the government was not adequate to make ASANO Takumi-no-kami to kill himself, leaving the other party KIRA Kozuke-no-suke non-guilty; the ideal closing should have been to bring the case to the government to resolve by court.
  336. And he who has become raijin (god of lightning) 'Narukami' goes after the princess.
  337. And he worked hard to reconcile the two forces in Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka).
  338. And he wrote that an author who wrote "Ugetsu Monogatari," which was imperfect and absurd, wouldn't have such a terrible experience, pretending to be humble.
  339. And here another man, Izu no kami, who has sneaked into the room, appears.
  340. And here, it is called 'fun' rather than 'bu' to avoid mixing up with bu which was used as the currency unit of a gold coin, ichibu-kin (a former Japanese gold coin of 1 bu).
  341. And his abandonment of mercantilistic policy turned bakufu finance, which had been healthy in the Tanuma period, for the worse once again, and the finance was degraded to the level that was not reversible merely by a sumptuary decree or the like.
  342. And his danrin came to be known as one of the 'three major danrin in Kanto.'
  343. And his father Munetada categorized his own diary "Chuyuki" to parts for Muneyoshi, and they were compiled in the part of government business of "Zoku-Gunsho Ruiju (The Library of Historical Documents, Continued)" as "Kugenburui (word category)."
  344. And his friend Tsurukawa, who Yoken thought of as a friend and was supposed to have a heart of gold, did not open his heart to Yoken after all.
  345. And his name "Tan" could be read "Taira".
  346. And his posthumous name was Daiji Eko Zenshi.
  347. And his second son was Yorimoto SHIBUKAWA.
  348. And his sister, Sanako, was Ryoma's fiance (or rumored to be his wife).
  349. And his thought (neo-Confucianism based on the teachings of Wang Yangming and his followers) was incompatible with that which was authorized by the Edo shogunate (also called neo-Confucianism, but based on the teachings of Zhu Xi and his followers), so Masayuki HOSHINA and Razan HAYASHI, both on the side of the establishment, criticized Banzan.
  350. And hitting his chest as 'It's here, sorry.'
  351. And hoe done in January (the old lunar calendar) is called Shusho-e (New Year's Service).
  352. And host a party of dance and music at Gekkyu-den Palace (the Moon Palace) afterwards.
  353. And if 'Azuchi-dono (or Mitsubone)' were Nohime, it would mean that she died on July 26, 1612, at age of 78 and was buried at Soken-in Temple, which stands in the compound of Daitoku-ji Temple, under the Buddhist posthumous name of 'Yokainden Yoshinmyo Daishi.'
  354. And if an economy of the country is booming as the capital investment increased.
  355. And if it is subdivided (two sutras of six parts), each Shakumon and Honmon is divided into Jobun, Shojubun and Ruzubun.
  356. And if they are bent down, the quality of rice will be deteriorated.
  357. And in "Akechi Gunki" (biography of Mitsuhide AKECHI), there is an entry that says that Nobunaga's wife (Nohime, the lawful wife) treated his vassals with many avalons and other delicacies at a banquet held after the suppression of Owari Province to express gratitude for their support for the order of the suppression of Mino Province.
  358. And in "Okanoya Kanpaku-ki" diary, Kanetsune KONOE described it as follows:
  359. And in 1166, Kunitsuna transferred his title of Sangi to Nariyori.
  360. And in 1554, he receive a certification of the art of fire weapons from Yoshikuni.
  361. And in 1615, Masahide SOGO who was the bereaved child of Masayasu and Masayasu MIYOSHI who was the only survivor among Miyoshi sanninshu died in the (Winter and Summer) Sieges of Osaka, and by this the chance of Miyoshi clan's resurgence disappeared.
  362. And in 1841, he became the fourth successor to Shunzo MOMONOI at the young age of 17.
  363. And in 1879, Tomomi IWAKURA invited Ulysses Grant to his mansion to watch Noh.
  364. And in 1906, after twists and turns, the bill of Railway Nationalization Act was submitted to the 22nd Imperial Diet by the First Saionji Cabinet.
  365. And in 1943, the Japanese Imperial Navy required both east and west Maizuru City to unite.
  366. And in 1949, the Nishi-Maizuru region moved to propose a request for separation of east and west.
  367. And in 1983 when he could harvest enough quantity of the rice to brew sake, he succeeded in manufacturing ginjoshu (high-quality Japanese sake brewed from finest milled rice) and junmai ginjoshu (ginjoshu with no added alcohol) made from original Kameno-o rice, and he has named it "Kameno-o" (literally, an aged man of tortoise.)
  368. And in 2004, the National University's Corporation Law went into effect as one of the national organizations' reform, which was called for at that time, and Kyoto University transformed itself into the national university corporation in line with the law.
  369. And in 3 of "Yushikiron" (a Buddhism scripture written by an Indian priest from four to five centuries), it says, 'When one is just about to die, a line separating the hot part and cold part gradually appears on the body to show whether one is good-natured or evil-natured.'
  370. And in 700, Ryo was almost completed, and the work to create uncreated articles of Ritsu was conducted, and then, on September 13, 701, the Ritsuryo codes were completed as Taiho Ritsuryo.
  371. And in America and Europe, a breed of the Japanese bob-tailed cat which was improved and established in America as a pure strain from the bob-tailed Japanese cat is gaining quiet popularity among cat lovers.
  372. And in America, which refuses to ratify the Kyoto Protocol, 219 cities have ratified it under their own authority.
  373. And in April, 1985, when the Japan Monopoly Corporation was abolished and Japan Tobacco was created, finally the monopolization of tobacco was abolished.
  374. And in China, whose weight units influenced Japanese counterparts through commerce from ancient times, 1 sen was set at 4.1762 grams in Sui dynasty, and at 3.7301 grams in the Tang dynasty, says "History of Chinese Weights and Measures" written by Wu Chengluo.
  375. And in Heijo-kyo, some temples, such as Todai-ji Temple, Saidai-ji Temple, and Toshodai-ji Temple, were newly constructed.
  376. And in Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism), Shinran preached in Wasan (Japanese hymns) that 'it is not good to choose the days' fortune,' and thus, in general, superstition or popular belief are denied and especially tabooed.
  377. And in Kabuki, Toshi-kyogen is rarely performed, so in usual cases, a popular part ("dan" [Section], "ba" [Scene] or "maku" [Act]) in each program is independently performed instead.
  378. And in Kabuki, an actor coordinates kinagashi with montsuki for his role as a ruined, masterless samurai like Sadakuro, who appears in scene five of "Kanadehon Chushingura" (The Treasury of Royal Retainers).
  379. And in Kansai the added ingredients are generally referred to as 'XX ten' instead of calling them 'XX tama' and this is thought to be because of the vestige of the time when an egg was an optional ingredient as in monjayaki.
  380. And in Kazusa Province there was the Mariya-Takeda clan, which was a branch family of the Kai-Takeda clan.
  381. And in Korea, kanji (Chinese characters) was valued mainly among yahgban, and Hangeul (Korean letters) was unvalued.
  382. And in Kyoto University, there still remain some traces of the student movement era, and recently, incidents such as "Ishigaki Caf?" happened.
  383. And in March 2010 (at the end of the year 2009), the platforms of every Station between Kizu Station and Doshishamae Station were extended and it was announced that seven-car trains are being planned to run even between Nara, Kizu, and Kyotanabe.
  384. And in Marrakesh agreements of 2001 the right of emissions is supposed not to be given and European Union also does not admit the right of emissions.
  385. And in May and June 1670, it was formally decided to let Ichinomiya enter Daikaku-ji.
  386. And in Nagoya Festival a person who plays Hideyoshi's role has a parade with persons who play Nobunaga ODA's and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's roles; in Osaka city where he put a government (he was considered to build up the basis for the development of commerce in Osaka during Edo Period) he is very popular.
  387. And in November 1870, Hattori appointed two Buddhist monks who were Setsugei FUJII from Shomyo-ji Temple in Ohama Village, Aomi County, and Kenryu TAKAGI from Korin-ji Temple, Tanao Village, as a teacher envoy and ordered them to teach the aims of new government simply to the village people.
  388. And in October, he established Tokyo Senmon Gakko (current Waseda University) with Azusa ONO, Sanae TAKATA and others in the suburbs of Tokyo, Waseda.
  389. And in Onomichi City some shops add gizzards and in Kure City many shops add udon.
  390. And in Tokyo she earned her living from teaching the Japanese arts which she had learned keenly in her girlhood.
  391. And in addition to the element of jujutsu (an occult art) derived from Taoism, which was the basis of the Onmyodo, he adopted diversified elements of theistic religions including Tantric Buddhism, which was flourishing in that period, and religious belief related with jujutsu (an occult art).
  392. And in addition, there existed Hanmyo (later, the 23rd Kumano betto), Gyohen, who became famous as a maker of Japanese poetry in "Shin Kokin Wakashu" (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Poems), and Gyosen and Gyozo, who both became gon no betto (the acting chief) of Kumano betto later.
  393. And in an explanation of "Iji (willpower)" as an attitude in "Jumonsaihisyo", he explained about the universal need of "being in the right, not distorted and being Yugen."
  394. And in former times, the Yomiuri Giants (Kyojin) held exhibition games there though it was rare.
  395. And in kokuga (provincial government offices), kumonjo was set up in order to produce these documents, and the figures who had skill in writing or calculation were appointed as zaichokanjin (the local officials in Heian and Kamakura periods) such as kokushi and shisho (people who performed miscellaneous duties about documents).
  396. And in late 1980, a training session of danjiri-bayashi was held, organized by Youth Groups committee of Osaka City.
  397. And in many cases, even though they were privately-owned, they were subject to duties (called yamanengu (mountain tax), etc.).
  398. And in many cases, the owner was the Imperial Court (See the article of Koreyuki KODAMA, the patriarch of Kodama Party).
  399. And in order to resolve the government's problems, he firstly decided to use the authority of the Imperial Family (by establishing the Kaninnomiya family and fixing the engagement between a daughter of the Emperor Reigen, Imperial Princess Yoshiko, and Ietsugu TOKUGAWA).
  400. And in response to Azai's movement to attack Rokkaku clan, there appeared in Rokkaku clan some traitors to stand for Azai's side.
  401. And in response to this, he is said to have expressed his disgust by composing the shamisen song "Yube no kumo" (Clouds in the evening) which could be an ensemble, in addition to his signature piece of koto kumiuta called "Fuki" (Japanese butterbur) which originally should be played only with koto.
  402. And in sermons contained in "the Nirvana Sutra," Buddha explained the four categories of teachings that he had already preached, once again for the masses who were not yet ready (or not enlightened enough) to attain religious salvation.
  403. And in some areas, including the area which is now called Kanazawa City, the jishi-imposed area (called "jishi-cho") and the exempt area (called "hon-cho") were separated.
  404. And in some areas, including the area which is now called Okayama City, the city boundary and the rights on land were determined, so jishi was imposed on the residents throughout the early modern ages.
  405. And in some months, some trains during the day are cancelled on Wednesdays.
  406. And in some shops which serve king size okonomiyaki a huge amount of ingredients such as cabbage are sometimes put on and thus it cannot be turned over unless pressed, and therefore, we can not decide which is better; pressed or not pressed.
  407. And in spring in that year the reconstruction work for Owada no tomari was newly planned.
  408. And in that Imperial House Act, it states that the 'Imperial Throne is succeeded to a male in the male line of the Imperial lineage'
  409. And in the Battle of Shizugatake in June of the next year, 1583, although Toshiie was in command of about 5,000 men and deployed them as the troops of Shibata, when the battle reached a climax, his troops retreated suddenly, and this determined the victory of the troops of Hashiba.
  410. And in the Edo Period, Noh play was not modified so much as Shikigaku (the music and plays for official ceremonies).
  411. And in the Imperial Household Agency after the Meiji period, the institution of the same name institution was set up.
  412. And in the Kanto during this same period, Norizane UESUGI worked to restore the Ashikaga Academy.
  413. And in the Kushu region, there are sporadically 4 mounds in Nagasaki Prefecture and Tsushima and 5 mounds in Fukuoka Prefecture.
  414. And in the Tang Dynasty, 'Kugen' (official documents authorized by Kokushi (provincial governors) or Gunji (local magistrates) for transfer of the ownership of private property existed as an official document similar to Kasho, and was called 'Kubyo' or 'Inkyo' in the late age of the Sung dynasty.
  415. And in the attack on Osaka Hongan-ji Temple, while the troops on his side retreated on the Kasugai-zutsumi Bank, he stayed by himself and defeated the enemy to let his men retreat safely, so he has been praised as "the incomparable spear in Japan" or "the spear on the bank".
  416. And in the case of domestic conflicts, zaichokanjin were temporarily appointed as military officers of kokuga units called "tsuibushi" or "oryoshi" and functioned as the military forces that provided leadership over domestic bushis in order to maintain security.
  417. And in the course, however, the rope tied to two mountains broke and Mt. Tsukuba fell to the ground.
  418. And in the end of 1361, Ujiharu defeated the Northern Court (Japan) side together with Kiyouji and occupied Kyoto City.
  419. And in the era of the Emperor Chokei, a warrior in the Southen Court, Masanori KUSUNOKI submitted to the Northern Court.
  420. And in the goal achievement plan of Kyoto Protocol, the reduction targets are decided for each factor of measures against global warming.
  421. And in the mid Heian Period, Japanese noble culture called Kokufu bunka (Japanese style culture), bloomed.
  422. And in the mirror is the face of an evil-looking ghost staring at us with its tongue out.
  423. And in the modern era, the academic studies on shoens also progressed and "Shoenshiryo" (Dictionary of manors in Japan edited by Masatake SHIMIZU) was edited in 1933 and the study on Kuroda no sho of Iga Province by Tadashi ISHIMODA and so on is well-known.
  424. And in the next year, he started his bureaucrat career at Gyobusho (Ministry of Justice), and then moved to Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards) and became Kebiishi (the Police and Judicial Chief) at the same time.
  425. And in the program called "Tameshite Gatten" (Experience and Understand) broadcast by Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) in 2006, experiments were conducted and it was scientifically confirmed that to steam without pressing enhances the sweetness and flavor of cabbage.
  426. And in the reconstruction of statues in Todai-ji Temple and Kofuku-ji Temple, busshi (sculptors of Buddhist statues) from the Kei school (a school of sculptors at that time), such as Kokei, Unkei, and Kaikei, played a major role.
  427. And in the red-light district, it is sometimes called "kake" or "shikake", too.
  428. And in the same age, Toshiie was regarded as "a faithful man" by nature.
  429. And in the season of sea bathing, special trains from the Osaka and Kyoto area used the line more than now.
  430. And in the thesis, 'ri' (= sei) does not only exist as innate in human beings, but also exists in everything in the world.
  431. And in the western area of Kobe City, Banshu (old name for part of Hyogo Prefecture) or Awaji-shima Island, the ratio of traditional 'noseyaki' is higher and there are many areas where Osaka-style 'mazeyaki' has not spread.
  432. And in the winter festivals of the present day, yudate or boiling water kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrine) whose origin dates back to shimotsuki kagura (November kagura) is often performed at the Tamashizume no matsuri festival.
  433. And in the year after that, he added to his titles by being promoted to Sakone no Shosho (Major-General o the Imperial Left Guard).
  434. And in their adoption, the court prioritized those from "kusuri-be" (the hereditary occupational group on pharmacology), such as "Hachida no Kusushi" and "Nara no Kusushi," and those from "seshu" (the lineage engaged in medicine for three consecutive generations).
  435. And in this area some shops add eccentric ingredients.
  436. And in those courses, the original wooden chabitsu is employed.
  437. And includes crops of vegetables that are extinct.
  438. And indeed, in 1919 when the Satake volume was cut up into its individual portraits and sold, the price for the portrait of Queen Kishi surpassed that for all the other Immortal Poets, even ONO no Komachi.
  439. And instead of the closing sentence stipulated in Kushuki-ryo being used ("Implement upon receipt"), informal closing sentences such as "especially commanded" or "hereby commanded" were used.
  440. And iriaichi (common land) and so on were also denied and incorporated into national land.
  441. And ironically, kaihatsu-ryoshus donated to the cloister (Retired Emperor and Cloistered Emperor) which played a central role of the office work for arranging shoens and this self-contradiction led to the breakdown of the policy for arranging shoens.
  442. And it also contains many articles about ceremonies, extraordinary natural phenomena, festivals and prayers.
  443. And it also gives a rich, flavorful account of Michinaga's life at Hojoji temple after taking the tonsure and entering the priesthood, a period of time the "Mido kanpakuki" (Record of the Mido Chief Advisor) doesn't cover.
  444. And it also has a meaning of slashing something off horizontally.
  445. And it also said Gengoemon KATAOKA could meet his lord Naganori thanks to Okado's arrangement.
  446. And it became established as a pattern of Furoshiki in the Edo period.
  447. And it became necessary for Rokujo no Miyasudokoro to accompany her.
  448. And it became possible for bars, restaurants, and so on to offer homemade umeshu and other homemade alcoholic beverages on their business premises, without acquiring a license to produce them, when certain requirements are met, by making an application.
  449. And it became the present Hiroshimafu-okonomiyaki around 1955.
  450. And it became widespread in the Meiji period.
  451. And it began handling passengers and freight.
  452. And it began the construction a few days ago.'
  453. And it comes to win the heart of the common people.
  454. And it continued to be handed down in the Fujishige family as a family treasure bestowed by Tosho Daigon-gu Shrine (where Ieyasu TOKUGAWA is enshrined).
  455. And it describes how to purify such sins when they are committed.
  456. And it does not refer to 'an anterior direction' (written as 前の方向 in kanji).
  457. And it doesn't have calligraphy burning.
  458. And it faced a fierce opposition when the proposals for revising treaties (for example, the appointment of foreign judges) became public.
  459. And it formed the setting of Yasuo UCHIDA's novel "Saio no Soretsu" (Funeral Procession of Saio).
  460. And it freshens the mouth effectively.
  461. And it had a space as big as 100 tsubo (a unit of floor space that is about 330 square meters) when the doors of the three rooms were opened.
  462. And it had two-storey.
  463. And it has a description about a picture sugoroku (a game similar to backgammon) too.
  464. And it has also been consumed as an aperitif in recent years.
  465. And it has been said that the temple was named Daisen-ji Temple after the incident.
  466. And it implies raking in and grabbing fortune and happiness.
  467. And it is allowed to be worn by both married women and single women.
  468. And it is also conjectured that the compilation was done in the Emperor's lifetime, between 1290 and July 16, 1304, because his name was written as 'In' only and his posthumous name 'Gofukakusa-in' was not used in the writing.
  469. And it is also described that by the time when "Sarugaku dangi" was written, Okinamai in original form was rarely played.
  470. And it is also used as the translation of manor (English) or Grundherrschaft (German) as seen in medieval Western Europe or Central Europe.
  471. And it is an example as that a folk remedy came to be tied up with an annual event.
  472. And it is believed that festivals were held there.
  473. And it is believed that his older brothers such as Hidekatsu and Takakatsu ODA were already dead.
  474. And it is considered that the Ishikawa clan fell together with the fall of the Hatakeyama clan.
  475. And it is estimated that he was often given instructions from Zeami on sakuno.
  476. And it is not necessary to be in a hurry to perform the following procedures.
  477. And it is recorded that his father, FUJIWARA no Yukito, was deported to Owari in the Hoen Era (1135 - 1141) for his killing of the provincial governor of Totoumi Province, and Yukimasa was born to the younger sister of FUJIWARA no Suenori, the Atsuta daiguji in Owari Province, during that period.
  478. And it is said that a satirical poem ridiculing her appearance was scribbled in Kyoto as follows, 'a person that seemed like a celestial being, came down from the heaven to the beach of Sakai, and turned into a gargoyle.'
  479. And it is said that he was busy editing Kyakushiki (regulations and laws) with FUJIWARA no Uchimaro by the order of Emperor Kanmu, although it was incomplete.
  480. And it is said that later the taboo lost its meaning and the autumn festivals came to be celebrated just after harvesting.
  481. And it is said that one of the five best swords in Japan, Otenta was conferred to him at this time.
  482. And it is said that somen was first produced by Tanenushi, the second son of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) Omiwa no ason Saikusa, who was the twelfth descendant of Otatane no mikoto.
  483. And it is said that the Amanoiwatowake no kami was also enshrined in the northeast corner of the mansion but the history of it is unknown.
  484. And it is said that the first buke (samurai family) who took control of the government in Japan was TAIRA no Kiyomori from Kanmu-Heishi.
  485. And it is said that the people of Yi Dynasty Korea drew the crest on china and that they exported it to Japan.
  486. And it is said that the sacredness of makami fell into decline as the number of wolves decreased.
  487. And it is similar to kazami, a costume that girls wore during the Heian period.
  488. And it is sometimes considered to be a part of this.
  489. And it is supposed that the clan's reality was the entity of economic interests nurtured by trading.
  490. And it is thought that Kasho (also said to be called Rigen KASHO), who lived during the same period, was a different person.
  491. And it is used as the part of the name of shrines and gods in Japan.
  492. And it joined 'Naka Kaido' (its old name being Shimotsu-michi) at around today's Yokota of Yamato Koriyama City.
  493. And it leaves the reader with an allusive feeling.
  494. And it led to establishing the system of the samurai class being put on top of the hierarchy.
  495. And it provides a big clue in verifying the fabrication methods of chipped stone tools.
  496. And it refers to a period between the day and the beginning of the following sekki called shokan (the lesser cold season) (at ecliptic longitude 270 - 285 degrees).
  497. And it seems that along with the domestic production of 'karakami,' he or she widened the field of work to woodblock printing as well.
  498. And it seems to have ended 12000 years ago.
  499. And it should also noted that the character 'mu (無)' used in the first sentence, which usually indicates 'nothing', 'denying the presence', indicates 'being free from the conventional concept and value of good and evil.'
  500. And it spread rapidly as far as Alaska.
  501. And it was "Kurama Tengu" (the title of a Japanese historical novel series and the name of the hero who appears in it) written by Jiro OSARAGI what made Sojuro-zukin famous the most.
  502. And it was Gyoki who visited here during these events.
  503. And it was Okitsugu TANUMA who got promoted from the grand chamberlain to "roju," and who took the initiative in reconstructing the bakufu finance from the last days of Ieshige's reign to the next tenth Shogun Ieharu TOKUGAWA's one; incidentally, the reforms of politics after that were mostly led by "roju."
  504. And it was Tadakuni MIZUNO, who belonged to the same family as Tadaakira, that led the reforms as "roju."
  505. And it was Tamesuke, Tameie's youngest son, not his eldest son and heir Tameuji, that Tameie had inherit his territories and ancestral waka anthologies.
  506. And it was Yonosuke who was Guncho of Katori County which would be divided by the central line of the county into the north and south parts, that strongly opposed to this campaign.
  507. And it was a harbinger of the Jokyu War about 40 years later.
  508. And it was also in this period that Noh (the Japanese traditional dance-drama in mask) was perfected by Kanami and Zeami.
  509. And it was also written that he did not excercise "Geba no rei" (dismounting from a horse to show respect) and was rude to other retainers; moreover, he almost fought with Yoshizane OKAZAKI rgarding to Suikan (everyday garment worn by commoners in ancient Japan) given by Yoritomo.
  510. And it was during the Edo period that it was brought to Japan.
  511. And it was identified as the present Tashiraka no Himemiko Fusumada-ryo Mausoleum by the Imperial Household Agency.
  512. And it was powerful for soldiers of the Ming dynasty or Korea, whose protective powers were weak, and thus it was massively used in the Bunroku-Keicho War.
  513. And it was repeatedly ruined, but in 1322 it was restored by Ritsuzen Shonin.
  514. And it was the Hokke Matate ryu (the Matate line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan) founded by Matate that produced FUJIWARA no Michinaga and his son FUJIWARA no Yorimichi in later years, who were the most prosperous in the Fujiwara clan.
  515. And it was the above-mentioned Kurata clan that was actively involved in this aoso trade.
  516. And it was the eboshi-oya's role to shave the young man's forelock.
  517. And it was the platform nearest to the Kamo-gawa River.
  518. And it was thought that gods also lived even in the enemies who had invaded Japan and in the bodies of the animals killed and eaten by humans for food, which is why the mounds raised for the fallen Mongols, swords, fish, and whales have all been made into shrines.
  519. And it was tradition to demolish it after a generation of Saigu.
  520. And its ambulatory legs have yellow vertical lines, the abdominal legs have vertical lines in red and black, and the root of the second antennae and the tip of the tail are red.
  521. And its car managed to run till the end of the Endurance Check Category of the Competition, in which 28 teams did the same.
  522. And kentoshi (a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty in China) was allowed to attend the ceremony in 659 when it was staying by coincidence in the capital of Tang Dynasty, Rakuyo.
  523. And lack of human commitment to Satoyama caused not only changes in vegetation (shift into a forest of climax community (community of plants which has reached a steady state) or shift into a bamboo forest by the invasion of Moso-chiku (Phyllostachys edulis)), but also contaminated it through illegal dumping of trash and industrial waste.
  524. And later NHK had to broadcast an apology.
  525. And later as Kurodo (Chamberlain) to Emperor Rokujo and Emperor Takakura, he came to be recognized and favored by TAIRA no Kiyomori.
  526. And later in 1983, it was designated as a national historic site.
  527. And later in Tang Dynasty, the weight standard of 'kin' and 'ryo' was reduced and Kaigen Tsuho ('Kai Yuan Tong Bao' in pinyin, a coin of the Tang Dynasty China) was minted at the weight of a 10th of 1 ryo which was equivalent to 10 sen (or 10 monme).
  528. And later on, while he was taking the important position in the world of sarugaku, he was actively engaged in instructing Noh actors in the next generation including Motomasa (his successor), his nephew Motoshige (Onami), Zenchiku KONPARU (his son-in-law) and Motoyoshi(the writer of "Sarugaku dangi").
  529. And later with the ebb of Butokuden, most of the horse racings came to be held extraordinarily.
  530. And later, among shizoku (family or person with samurai ancestors), who moved to Yakumo-cho in Hokkaido following the development by Yoshikatsu, there were many of those who were involved with this incident, such as a supervision Tomoyuki YOSHIDA who told the situation of the Owari Domain to Yoshikatsu in Kyoto.
  531. And later, he succeeded by selling 'Akadama Port Wine,' which he developed based on Portuguese wine.
  532. And later, her father's widow FUJIWARA no Nariko (the younger sister of Empress Anshi) was summoned to court by Emperor Murakami may have contributed to Kishi's unease at the inner palace.
  533. And later, something resembling 'shojin namasu' (dish of only vegetables seasoned in vinegar) appeared.
  534. And later, the tenso who assumed the role of relaying the intention came to be called 'buke tenso' (liaison officers between the Imperial court and the military government).
  535. And lies of farmers are something na?ve."
  536. And many Japanese-style painters, including Seiho TAKEUCHI (a member of the Kyoto painters' community), went to Europe to study, and after learning from various schools of Japanese-style paintings and from Western-style paintings, they renewed Japanese-style painting as a national art.
  537. And many others.
  538. And many schools held a ceremony for becoming a disciple when they admitted a newcomer, and the newcomer put a seal of blood on the oath document where the rules of the style were written.
  539. And many sections of the older road which had been used before the early-modern period had collapsed and were not found.
  540. And many shops keep the price low to the 100-yen level by decreasing the amount.
  541. And many shops, aiming at the upmarket, changed to the shops which served chiefly grilled steak or seafood.
  542. And mix the dough with cold water as you would do with cake dough, make it absorb a lot of air and try to mix it in a short time.
  543. And monk-soldiers and jinin lined up and - with a trumpet shell roaring - marched off to Kyoto.
  544. And montsuki kosode began to be worn as the formal - sometimes the most formal - attire among low-level samurai and merchants, and finally during the Meiji period it was established as the top formal attire in the provision for wearing decorations.
  545. And more than a dozen soldiers disappeared including those who were found alive later such as Sergeant Major Hasegawa.
  546. And more than anything else, he was a perfect husband as a good partner to his first daughter.
  547. And moreover, each one holds a solo concert occasionally, so they have the aspect of an independent art.
  548. And now, it does not seem to have been impossible to brew a clear and thin seishu which can be seen today from such a thick ancient sake.
  549. And now, there is no lecture of the faculty here. (But exceptionally, some intensive lectures are held in Uji Campus, which are commonly taught in all faculties during the summer vacation or other occasions.
  550. And nowadays, when we simply say 'jujutsu,' it often indicates not the Japanese one, but Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, partly because Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu often appears on the media.
  551. And occasionally, people on the side of Kodokan judo learned newaza (ground grappling techniques), because Kodokan judo was defeated by Fusen-ryu jujutsu (Fusen school of jujutsu) and others several times with newaza.
  552. And occasionally, the different schools are played by taking turns in a single program, such as the performance of Nagauta after Gidayu-bushi in "Kyoganoko Musume Dojoji" (The Dance of a Maiden at the Dojo-ji Temple, Wearing the Costume Tie-dyed in Kyoto).
  553. And on April 17, they submitted to Dajokan a draft notice to be dispatched from Dajokan to each prefecture for a survey on the shrines in its jurisdiction.
  554. And on August 29 of the same year, a second conquest of Choshu was aborted due to the death of Shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA.
  555. And on February 2, 1696, he formally adopted Nagahiro as a legitimate son, preparing for any possibility, as Naganori fell into critical condition due to smallpox.
  556. And on February 5, to observe Hideyoshi's will, Ieyasu entered Fushimi-jo Castle, and Toshiie entered Osaka-jo Castle following Hideyori.
  557. And on July 9, the battle between the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces and the army of Takeda began (the Battle of Nagashino).
  558. And on March 13, Tsuneoki captured Osutada NAKAYAMA, a warrior on Nobukatsu's side and protected Owari Inuyama Castle.
  559. And on March 21, he invaded Kii and defeated Saika party at many places.
  560. And on March 3, he died at the age of 56, and was given posthumous rank and post, Shokoni Udaijin (minister of the right at second rank).
  561. And on March 6, Nobukatsu deliberately killed his important vassals such as Shigetaka OKADA and Yoshifuyu TSUGAWA by a nominal reason that they held secret communication with Hideyoshi, which was virtually a declaration of war against Hideyoshi.
  562. And on November 10, 1567, Hisahide MATSUNAGA staged an all-out attack on the joint troops of the three men and Tsutsui entrenching themselves in the hall housing the great statue of Buddha.
  563. And on October 26, 1866 (表記の変更), about three months later from the riots, the then envoy from the United States, Robert B. Van Valkenburg was stoned by Edo citizens in front of Kaminari-mon Gate when he lost his way, and he had a brush with the guardian samurai of the area.
  564. And on September 15, the Rikken Jiyu-to (the Constitutional Liberal Party) was formed by uniting the four parties including the Kyushu Doshikai (the Kyushu Comrades Party).
  565. And on September 18, Hideyoshi died after imploring for the future of his legitimate child Hideyori TOYOTOMI over and over to Toshiie and others.
  566. And on September 5, he appointed Yoshinaka as Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) Sama no kami (Captain of Samaryo, Left Division of Bureau of Horses) and Echigo no kami (Provincial Governor of Echigo), and Yukiie as Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank. Lower Grade) Bingo no kami (Provincial Governor of Bingo).
  567. And on a cadastral register, direct cultivators on lands were registered and they were made to be persons in charge of tax burden.
  568. And on investigation, twelve names of busho were listed, and the list was handed in to the shogun Yoshimasa on September 30.
  569. And on one rainy night, when a man came near to it saying "The fire may not inflame on a rainy night", the whole tree began to shine in blue.
  570. And on other days, 10 Taimatsu torches go in the dojo.
  571. And on the October 23, IWAKURA submitted his written opinion that ask for postponement of dispatch SAIGIO as his "informal opinion" besides the written opinion of the cabinet approval.
  572. And on the following day, it was decided the History Compilation Bureau was abolished and on April 7, Arata HAMAO, the president of Imperial University, was notified of the decision of the abolishment.
  573. And once putrefaction occurred, since the bacteria causing it entered into wooden barrels or wooden buckets, it gave a bad influence for several years, which was a disaster for sake breweries for a long time.
  574. And one of the theories says that the deity is Uganomitama no mikoto.
  575. And one theory says that it was made by Ri junho during the Tang dynasty, but it is also uncertain.
  576. And only 13 years after Yasukuni's death, the calendar was restored back to Kansei calendar again (in 1797).
  577. And only on March 12, 11 Taimatsu torches go in the dojo.
  578. And only on the up line in the early morning, do some run to Kizu.
  579. And organizations including Mandokoro (Administrative Board), Samurai-dokoro (the Board of Retainers), Fudono (repository of documents) and Osamedono (treasury) were established as institutions for practical work.
  580. And other patterns exist in folklore.
  581. And other schools, influenced by Chinese martial arts, began to call their own techniques kenpo, hakuda, or shubaku.
  582. And other types.
  583. And others
  584. And others have said Sadafuji was the father of both Moritoki ISE (Soun HOJO) and Kitagawa-dono (the wife of Yoshitada IMAGAWA), but a research seems to reveal that Moritoki's father was Morisada ISE who came from the Bicchu-Ise clan.
  585. And others say the research and development of robots is active in Japan partly because of the tradition of karakuri.
  586. And others.
  587. And particulars of the operation were decided at Seventh Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP7, Marrakesh Conference) in 2001.
  588. And people say that Masako HOJO donated Amida Sanzon (Amida Triad), which Sanetomo worshiped when he was alive, to the Amida-do Hall in Kongo-ji Temple.
  589. And please plant a willow tree there.'
  590. And prior to that, there were no historical records on Yaemon in Najio.
  591. And put slices of pork with lots of fat on top of it.
  592. And randori was regarded as a substitute and a training for kumiuchi.
  593. And right from the outset, the view that, there being no reason to question what the "Azuma kagami" - the official record of the Kamakura Shogunate - claimed, the battle thus must have been fought in the morning and had ended by 12, is strong and deeply rooted.
  594. And said, 'If it is not obtained, both of us will kill ourselves.'
  595. And sangen is another name for the sanshin, a traditional three-stringed instrument that has been handed down in Ryukyu (another name for Okinawa).
  596. And saying that the budget proposal could not be accepted without enforcement of the law of the land in the Navy, they submitted a revised budget proposal down by about 8 million yen including a cost of building a Navy warship and a steel works.
  597. And secondly, Tennoji so-za also had an almost exclusive right of selling aoso to "Sakamoto so-za" (the guild of aoso in Sakamoto) and to "Kyochu so-za" (the guild of aoso in Kyoto)
  598. And she enshrined Amaterasu Omikami there.
  599. And she entered Kyoto via Kaya no Miya (the Imperial villa of the Emperor Saga) after performing her ablutions in Naniwa-tsu Port.
  600. And she made Iitoyo Ao no mikoto and Mononobe no omi dedicate gohei (staff with plaited paper streamers used in Shinto).'
  601. And she ordered Yorimori to 'be sure to join the forces of your brother Kiyomori' ("Gukansho").
  602. And she said to him 'you should invite them for your console.'
  603. And she taboos Buddhism.
  604. And she was buried at Nodayama Cemetery in Kanazawa.
  605. And sheath-shaped Haniwa began to be decked with too many fins and the roofs of the house-shaped Haniwa became overproportionate.
  606. And since it stipulated detailed matters, it is an important resource in the study of ancient history.
  607. And since such recognition of the world also existed in Silla which accepted Chinese Civilization, it was merely a subjective recognition.
  608. And since swordsmanship was practiced with bamboo swords, Katana came to have a shape with a shallow curve.
  609. And since the management has been unified for the JR Tozai Line, the line will also be explained.
  610. And since the period of the rice shortage was over, there was no need to add alcohol as a last-ditch measure in order not to use rice for materials as much as possible.
  611. And since the time when electrification was considered, alternate current electrification had not been mentioned.
  612. And so it was understood that the boy's father was a god.
  613. And so on, while neutral colors such as purple were expressed through mixtures of these primary colors.
  614. And so on.
  615. And so through their prayers and divinations, they were able to control the course of government policy.
  616. And so was citizen's 'rugged' image of policemen.
  617. And so, Fusaakira lived an unfortunate life in his childhood.
  618. And so, Gidayu-bushi in Kabuki is occasionally called "Takemoto" (also called "Chobo") to make a distinction between itself and that in Ningyo Joruri.
  619. And so, Japanese in those days associated the word karakuri with an amusing (or surprising) thing.
  620. And so, Kabuki Kyogen was an all day long entertainment even for the audience.
  621. And so, Nobuyasu had his eye on Konen.
  622. And so, Parkes, together with the French envoy Leon Roches and others, urged Edo bakufu to permit the import of rice.
  623. And so, Shinbei WAKIYA, whose real identity was Gengo OTAKA (one of 47 samurai of Ako), became a pupil of Sohen, and Gengo succeeded in obtaining information from Sohen concerning a tea ceremony which was to be held at Kira's residence on January 30, 1703.
  624. And so, in Kabuki, both the male's role & the female role are acted only by men.
  625. And so, instead, Yorimoto became Kanrei and Yoriyuki his aide.
  626. And so, kokudaka also showed the income of daimyo (Japanese territorial lords) and that of hatamoto (direct retainers of bakufu [Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun]).
  627. And so, large-scale uprisings occurred in Kozuke, Shimotsuke, and Musashi Provinces.
  628. And so, many had a complicated story that alternately showed, for example, Jidaimono & Sewamono in a single program, with an intermission in between.
  629. And so, many students go to school by bicycle, but again, they are annoyed with a chronic lack of the bicycle parking lot, and some of them put their bicycles outside of the lot, which become traffic obstacles in some cases.
  630. And so, other eel restaurants followed suit, and the custom took root.
  631. And so, temples - especially in urban areas - increasingly come to forbid bon toro.
  632. And so, the Chinese characters "歌舞伎," that reads "Kabuki," are merely the phonetic equivalent, but nevertheless, "歌" (ka) means "singing," "舞" (bu) means "dancing," and "伎" (ki) means "performances (or performers)," so the characters are appropriate for expressing this performing art.
  633. And so, the Kamakura bakufu dispatched Takaie NAGOE, a member of the Hojo clan, and Takauji ASHIKAGA, the influential gokenin in Shimotsuke Province, as the commanders of the large army to the western provinces.
  634. And so, the description below is based on the assumption that Muneko was the real daughter of Tadamichi.
  635. And some Kamigata uta were introduced into Edo, and became a part of the Edo music repertoire, that is, hauta (so called "Edo hauta"), kouta (a Japanese ballad accompanied with shamisen), utazawa (popular ballads), and zokkyoku (folk songs).
  636. And some female oen-danin (cheer leaders of classic style) use it under gakuran (a male student's uniform coat with a stand-up collar) to cover the chest.
  637. And some have a prelude part.
  638. And some kazoku from Toshoke (high court nobles) having trouble with financial bases were given financial helps from the national treasury by the Decree for the Trust for Protecting the former Tosho kazoku.
  639. And some of latter form has hilt of tweezers-shaped lacework.
  640. And some of them even had Dutch names.
  641. And some people considered that this is just an official reason and the author's self-concealment, constructing another theory.
  642. And some people explain - about what Yanagida means - that something like a futon (the general term of Japanese bedcovers) comes floating and abruptly covers a human's face until death.
  643. And some people peel the rind from the hull and others do it from the navel, or use knife.
  644. And some ryokes donated to more powerful aristocrats such as Imperial Families or sekkan-ke and the highest ranking lord of shoen was called honke (the owner of the highest-graded patches of land under the stratified land ruling structure of shoen).
  645. And some successors stop teaching the koryu jujutsu, saying the world does not need its dangerous techniques any more.
  646. And some suggested the opening and closing system of torso part used on Tanko was inherited by Oyoroi (big armor) in Heian period.
  647. And sometimes the Okudaira-Matsudaira family, a male descendant through a line of females of Ieyasu and the Hisamatsu-Matsudaira family, a descendant of Ieyasu's younger maternal half-brother, were also treated as shinpan.
  648. And sometimes the W is written under soba (udon), which means double soba (udon) or two packs (two tama).
  649. And soon he wrote a letter and informed the Hirata family in Edo City of the information.
  650. And soon, Yasutsugu SHIGENO visited him, after that, Toshimichi OKUBO, Atsushi (Kizaemon) SAISHO, Tomomi YOSHII, Shunsai ARIMURA and Chuzaemon HORI sent him letters and comforts many times, also Saigo sent letters replying to them to try to get information.
  651. And starting in the sixteenth century or thereabouts, cotton, which heretofore had had to be imported, began to be cultivated locally in Mikawa Province.
  652. And that a calendar should be distributed to each official before the current year ends and the ceremony is conducted according to this rule.
  653. And that gradually lead to the Nagayao no Hen (Conspiracy of Nagayao, a political purge caused by a slander).
  654. And that was well worthy of reward.
  655. And the "Kujihongi" (Ancient Japanese History) states 'Tsumihayae kotoshironushinokami transformed into Yahiro no Kumawani to marry the daughter of Mishima no Mizokuihime, Ikutamayorihime, and had a boy and a girl,' indicating Kotoshironushi no kami transformed into Yahirowani.
  656. And the Chinese character used for '凪' is one of the few kokuji (Chinese characters invented in Japan) that describe the state that the wind has stopped.
  657. And the Ehime Mandarin Pirates of the Shikoku-Kyushu Island Baseball League does the same.
  658. And the Emperor also set up the units (called 'be') to serve the Prince, such as Totoribe (unit of bird capturing), Torikaibe (unit of bird rearing), Homuchi (unit of attendants for the prince in a trip to Izumo), Oyue (unit to serve the prince to take a bath), Wakayue (another unit to serve the prince to take a bath).
  659. And the Engi Emaki (Illustrated handscroll of the history) during the early Muromachi period.
  660. And the Heian period is no exception, but this period is deemed to have been the time that the accepted foreign culture became Japanized and the Japanese style was established in various fields of its culture.
  661. And the Imperial Court or kokuga called up the people who belonged to a bushi family and made them cope with disputes and so on, if necessary.
  662. And the Imperial Diet was also given limited rights to report and make proposals to the emperor (They could participate in politics using the right to make proposal to the emperor even though they needed to obtain approval of the emperor and countersignature of Minister of State when making a final decision.)
  663. And the Japanese people of that time divinized mountains and ate mountain-shaped rice (the shape of the god) to receive divine power, and this is the beginning of 'omusubi.'
  664. And the Japanese style was established in every field of art and design, such as Buddhist statues, painting, calligraphy, and temple architecture.
  665. And the Jodo Shinshu sect take "this merit" as the merit of Amida Buddha.
  666. And the Kobayakawa clan in Aki Province, the Ochi and Kono clan in Iyo Province, the Miura clan in the Miura Peninsula and Ando clan in Tsugaru region were not only samurai on land, but also Kaizoku shu (pirates) that held suigun navies made up of coastal local ruling clans.
  667. And the Kori factory was converted to the Kori apartment block in 1958 and what was left of the exclusive line to Hirakata city road and Katano city road.
  668. And the Kujunoto (Nine-storey Pagoda) of Kudara-daiji Temple was built.
  669. And the Local Railways Act was established, the supervision of private railways were conducted based on this law.
  670. And the Matsui family keeps a pair of wooden swords (long and short) made for lessons of Niten Ichi-ryu Heiho.
  671. And the Nagao clan forced the Sanjonishi family not only to reduce the tax in kind, which was paid by Tennoji so-za, to 187.5 kg a year, but also to allow Echigo so-za to transport aoso into Kyoto.
  672. And the November of the lunar calendar is also a month for people to thank God after the yearly harvest, and on the 15th the date of the full moon, people thank ujigami (a guardian god or spirit of a particular place in the Shinto religion) for the harvest and growth of children, and pray for divine protection.
  673. And the Shogunate allowed the member merchants of the itowappu nakama to decide the prices of the imported raw silk threads and to buy in bulk and made them distribute the imported raw silk threads to individual merchants.
  674. And the Shuni-e in Yakushi-ji Temple is commonly known as "Hanae-shiki" (Buddhist mass celebrating Buddha's Birthday).
  675. And the Sudo clan began to used the name of Yamanouchi-Sudo since the Hogen War and the Heiji War.
  676. And the Taigaiko group promulgated annexation of the Korean Empire after war.
  677. And the Tendai sect held the position of Hokke Ichijo, the belief that through recitation of the Lotus sutra, each and every person could attain enlightenment and enter Nirvana.
  678. And the West frequently requested Japan to open itself, so reforms in foreign policy were called for.
  679. And the abbot's obsession disappears.
  680. And the above descriptions comes from the comparison in a single year emission amount and if compared in accumulated emission amounts, the difference will be obviously bigger; therefore, industrially developed countries such as EU and the like took the lead in ratification of the Kyoto Protocol.
  681. And the above-mentioned idea about the geographical range does not always apply to the art from the 20th century, because many Japanese artists have come to produce their arts only in foreign countries or make their activities worldwide.
  682. And the administrative zone of 'sho' was called 'shoen' (it was originally a Chinese name, but brought to Japan).
  683. And the article also says that there existed a weight units' system peculiar to those things, in which '6 shu were equivalent to 1 bu, 4 bu to 1 ryo, 12 ryo to 1 ton, 16 ryo to 1 small kin, and 3 kin to 1 large kin.
  684. And the article in January, 691 states as follows.
  685. And the authors argued that, since the descriptions of 'Aoki no Sanryo Rigo Noguchi' in the "Aoki no Sanryoki" and 'Yamato Aoki no Misasagi, the Mausoleum of Emperor Tenmu' in "Shoryo zoji chumon"(1200) agreed with one another, Noguchi was indeed 'Aoki,' the mausoleum of Emperor Tenmu.
  686. And the book also says that the breath's yellow-colored element is the humid soil.
  687. And the card that said, 'Soryo no jinroku' (First born, least clever), was replaced with the card that says, 'Son shite toku tore' (Make it your strategy to win by losing).
  688. And the ceremony to be held on that occasion is called Rakkei hoyo, Rakusei keisane or Rakusei shiki, and so on.
  689. And the city-like territory was formed around Kokuga.
  690. And the comic artist Shigeru MIZUKI, who produced many comic books about ghosts, explains as follows:
  691. And the compiler of Nihonshoki greatly arranged this.
  692. And the conspiracy was to dethrone Emperor Nijo and to help Imperial Prince Norihito (later, Emperor Takakura), whose real mother was "TAIRA no Shigeko" (Tokitada's younger sister), ascend the throne.
  693. And the construction began in 1880.
  694. And the contents were as follows :
  695. And the course of Futugaku (the general subject) was started.
  696. And the courses of Naigaku (study of the Buddhism), Kogaku (native studies), and Kangaku (Chinese studies) were started.
  697. And the death of Yoriie was recorded in the entry dated July 19, in the following year, 1204.
  698. And the development of a suburban residential area for the purpose of creating comfortable living environment was promoted in the space between two railroads, the scenic southern slope of Mt. Rokko along these railways, (Hanshin-kan Modernism).
  699. And the diary shows us how the contest went and what it was like.
  700. And the difference between a 'military officer' in China and Korea and bushi is not clear, either.
  701. And the establishment of a new styling Japanese theater, called "Shinpa-Geki" (a New-School Play), can be said to be another good result.
  702. And the family reports to the spirit of the deceased that the funeral rites were finished without problems.
  703. And the first Shoraku had a pupil Imamaru HAYASHIYA (the second Shoraku).
  704. And the flesh of the fruits has much more provitamin A compound, beta-cryptoxanthin than other citrus.
  705. And the food texture is often lightened ingeniously by mixing yamaimo (Japanese yam) in the dough.
  706. And the game held in the following year (1598), in which his opponent played with 3-stone handicap, was also documented.
  707. And the garden is also described in Masukagami (a historical novel which describes the events during the Nanbokucho era) and the skillfulness of landscaping at the time is known to us now.
  708. And the given name is called Homyo instead of Kaimyo.
  709. And the halo has decorations believed to be the leaves of a plant called Acanthus that comes from the Silk Road.
  710. And the hilt is not made of wood, but tomoganetsuka (combined iron blade and haft) which has iron nakago (end of the blade) winded with cords or strings as a grip.
  711. And the iegei of a family in a shodaibu or samurai class such as bushi was inherited from parent to child from the cradle by special education, or was inherited to those who were accepted as having the talent and became disciples or roto (retainer), and if they were excellent they were adopted.
  712. And the illness was getting serious, and my body gradually weakened.
  713. And the incident happened.
  714. And the instruments, such as spatulas used when eating okonomiyaki, also have the company name on them.
  715. And the invention of gun caused Yumiya to disappear from the battlefields all over the world except for some machine bows.
  716. And the investigation report of the robbery, "Afuki no sanryoki," describes its rock chamber.
  717. And the kamishimo which became a full dress uniform of samurai, the way to wear kosode outside of kamishimo became a permitted custom and kosode was upgraded to an outer garment.
  718. And the king's governance of the land was established and the land could be given to Brahman or Ksatriya and they secured the status of large land holders by using the subservient people called Dasa.
  719. And the latter adopted "Monzen" and "Jiga" at first, but in the "Engishiki," 'Sanshi' (three history books) ("Shiki," "Kanjo," and "Gokanjo") were adopted in place of "Jiga" and all were categorized as large scriptures.
  720. And the latter part of the book lays great emphasis on the wise administration under the Hojo-Tokuso family.
  721. And the living bases of Soshin and Yangban moved from cities to local manors and they started to show aggressive management.
  722. And the lords not only owned the other shoens which existed in a slightly distant place but also leased the assets in the neighboring shoens in order to supply products for a wider range.
  723. And the messages were conveyed to the bukeshisso through each tenso (job to relay messages of the court's people to the emperor).
  724. And the misgovernment of financial affairs done by Okuma himself led to the discharge of the Councilor in October 12, 1881.
  725. And the mother of Emperor Junna.
  726. And the name of the city, 'Hakui,' is said to have come from the following legend of Iwatsukuwake no mikoto.
  727. And the name was changed to "narazuke" as Sosen ITOYA, a doctor of Chinese medicine, named so during the Keicho era (1596-1615).
  728. And the nature of the land (e.g. woody land/bogland/ wetland/desolate land) was entered into the blank space left in the item of "chimoku."
  729. And the neighborhood (ranging from Omachi south of Iomachi-bashi Bridge to the area around Motohachiman of Zaimokuza through the railway crossing) was once named 'Tsujimachi.'
  730. And the next President Moo-Hyun ROH showed an attitude to convert the former policy because they were not prepared to decide to use either 'Tenno' or 'Nichio' for they did not confirm whether the title Tenno was used worldwide.
  731. And the next year, he wrote "Fushikaden (the Flowering Spirit), the first theory book on the Noh in history.
  732. And the next year, they were deprived of their Gakuto shiki (right to play sarugaku) in Daigoji Temple, Kiyotakimiya Shrine.
  733. And the ninth "Danjuro ICHIKAWA" & the fifth "Kikugoro ONOE," both great Kabuki actors during the Meiji period, tidied up the classical style of Kabuki acting.
  734. And the officials of the sixth rank or lower wore kuri no katori skullcap, mokushaku (wooden tablet), black sash, white hakama, shirotozu (white tabi, or socks) and uhiri.
  735. And the other is that it is a post set in the Northern Court (the Imperial Court) that relayed the bukeshisso from the shogun and vice versa, played the role of conveying the intention of Chiten no kimi (the retired emperor in power) and the emperor to the shogun.
  736. And the other is the Yoshino-Kaikonsha school (Kyu-Rikugun Kyododan Seito (students of former Imperial Army's school)), which Toshiaki KIRINO lead and Kyuji NAGAYAMA and Shosuke HIRANO supervised, and it was established in the wasteland that was secured by negotiation between Saigo and Kenrei OYAMA on April 1875.
  737. And the other theory is that Mokkatsuji-ban refers to all the wood movable-type prints published after the time of Kokatsuji-ban and before the Meiji period (including metal movable-type prints).
  738. And the other theory is that since Michizane himself was involved in the compilation of the 'Sandai Jitsuroku' and had the draft before its completion, he added a few touches to it before his exile.
  739. And the periodization is a method to distinguish the present day from the past.
  740. And the philosophy of the religion.
  741. And the pilgrims from Togoku (eastern provinces) also often used Kohechi as the shortest route to Mt. Koya and Kinai region after visiting Ise and Kumano.
  742. And the place of Moreya-jinja Shrine bearing his name (Hashihara, Kawagishi Ward, Okaya City, Nagano Prefecture) is thought to have been the place where was the headquarters of Moriya-shin in this fight.
  743. And the players try to collect torifuda faster than others when the yomifuda is called.
  744. And the policy for national defense stated to ensure national development in diplomacy and to set first-strike principal and short-term operation in a military contingency as the military doctrine.
  745. And the projecting portion, whose plane surface is shaped like a plectrum, rectangle, square, trapezoid, etc., is collectively referred to as the square front.
  746. And the pseudonym Konnichi-an was also transferred to Sohen; incidentally, this pseudonym has been used frequently by Urasenke (the family of Urasen).
  747. And the reason is unknown why wards were established in the low population cities such as Akamagaseki Ward (20,966 people) and Sapporo Ward (2,678 people) while no wards were done in the cities with a relatively large population such as Toyama, Kagoshima, Fukui and Tokushima.
  748. And the record of pilgrimage by Yamato-ya says that they obtained Kumano Goo-fu (talismans of Kumano shrines) in Shingu Shrine and in Nachi-taisha Shrine, and pounded Kumano-ko mochi (rice cake of the religious association of Kumano shrines), which was a characteristic custom of the kanto-be and oshu-be.
  749. And the relationship between nature and the producer of a garden is described as "to follow as requested."
  750. And the remaining trailer cars were transferred to the Hanwa Line and applied to their ongoing plan of eight-car Rapid train series.
  751. And the repairer who did the repair work was ikakeya.
  752. And the review appeared again on Choya Shinbun newspaper on November 7, Nisshin Shinji-shi on November 8 to 9, and Yokohama Mainichi Shinbun newspaper on November 9.
  753. And the revision of the Liquor Tax Law implied an alteration of the law that did not match reality.
  754. And the rice fields which were provided depending on honi were also called honden (a rice field that was given based on one's official rank).
  755. And the right hand clenching the forefinger of the left hand with the tip of the thumb of the right hand and the tip of the forefinger of the left hand put together.
  756. And the ritsuryo-code-based provinces which include Sangen were called Sangen provinces.
  757. And the road (the old road) meets a new road which is considered to have been built in the middle of the 18th century, the old road extends to the left, passes beside Kannon-do (a temple dedicated to Kannon), and descends to Nishinaka-Otani near Nishi-kawa River, a branch of Togtsu-kawa River.
  758. And the sales figures of comic books and comic magazines accounted for 36,7 percent of the total sales figure of all publications in 2006.
  759. And the school is characterized by its own style of flower arrangement with intent to express a religious concept that the world is composed of 'heaven, earth and human being.'
  760. And the sedimentary liquid produced from the sauce making came to be used and furthermore sweetened, flavored or thickened and developed into the present okonomiyaki sauce.
  761. And the selection, direction and development were greatly differentiated between Japan and other countries.
  762. And the shape of the candle has been changed to the one in the motif of Tokae's logo.
  763. And the short bow had been improved because it was suitable for shooting from horseback (such soldiers were called Mounted Archers).
  764. And the sides are seamed.
  765. And the site of Ninomaru is now used for the Zeze water purifying plant.
  766. And the social status of slaves moved up and subservience also lowered and thus the manor system came to change.
  767. And the spawning season is long from March through October.
  768. And the specific descriptions about Shiki Sanban (The Three Rituals) are seen in this section.
  769. And the start of the scheduled, large-scale restoration of Goei-do Hall was delayed because of this problem.
  770. And the state granted them the right to collect surtax by issuing the Dajokanpu (the official documents of the Dajokan) issued by Dajokan or Minbushofu (the official documents of the Minbusho) issued by Minbusho.
  771. And the state of Kuna must have been further south.
  772. And the style of hafted (stemmed) point was added to the latter type.
  773. And the suigun navy was maintained mainly in the southern part of China as a defense force against pirates.
  774. And the taste and flavor is further enriched progressively toward the lower layers of the ingredients.
  775. And the tasting does not mean the smooth sensation and kaeriga (fragrance after gulping down) that comes back to the mouth when you gulpe down.
  776. And the third and ongoing crisis to date consists of the conversion of Satoyama into housing lands and the abandonment of satoyama.
  777. And the third son Tadakuni's relation with Settsu Province was also documented.
  778. And the train with Emperor Meiji on board went back and forth from Shinbashi to Yokohama.
  779. And the transformation age of the Kabuki community started, which was symbolized by some incidents, such as Kabuki actors' going into the film world, the slump of Kabuki in Kansai area, and the disappearance of the low-class theater.
  780. And the two Doji ogres of Teireita and Nishita in the left and right sides of the main deity are designed to be a dancing figure with putting Kazaori Eboshi (a traditional black fold-back cap) on the head and having a bamboo leaf in the right hand and myoga ginger in the left hand.
  781. And the unit of kilogram is called 'ko-kin' (public catty).
  782. And the use of any other languages including, of course, Japanese was prohibited.
  783. And the way of cooking by the IH heater in an all-electric home has not been established yet.
  784. And the word 'isana-tori', mainly meaning whale fishing, was widely used as a set epithet to describe the sea, an inlet, a beach, the open sea and the like.
  785. And the word Shuni-e did not appear in the literature until the Heian period.
  786. And the yoriai (gathering) of wholesale merchants which sorted shipments arrived at Edo was also formed.
  787. And their dance name was generalized to 'Ryu odori' (dragon dancing) by media as time went by.
  788. And their image was stereotyped, which has been widespread and popular.
  789. And their less variety of social status was functional with regard to office work matter of fact.
  790. And their wedding ceremony in the next year at Tokyo Byakurensha Kaido Hall was said to have been the first one held at a temple in Japan.
  791. And then Emperor Reizei, the child of Genji and Fujitsubo, succeeds to the throne.
  792. And then Hideyoshi made each of them organize their own suigun and join the Kyushu Conquest and the conquest and siege of Odawara.
  793. And then Nagayoshi (Chokei) died of disease in 1564.
  794. And then Shojuin visited the home of Senzo HIGAI, who was a Minister of State of the second Yoshida cabinet, and was from the same town, Yamanashi Prefecture and also a legal scholar, and explained the details of what happened.
  795. And then he figured out the author of the written record in his own way which became the foundation for the work.
  796. And then he surrounded Nagahama Castle which Katsutoyo SHIBATA, who was an adopted son of Katsuie SHIBATA, protected.
  797. And then he was changed to the post of Minister of the Imperial Households, and he continued to fulfill the duty for 11 years after that.
  798. And then in 1875, with the enactment of the 'Municipal Police Regulations,' entry into the settlement by police officers of the Japanese police force was restricted.
  799. And then on 21, the next day, the Taira clan left the capital for Saigoku (western part of Japan [especially Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki]).
  800. And then on May 19th, 1565, Hisahide and the Miyoshi Triumvirate revolted against Yoshiteru with their lord Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI (Nagayoshi's (Chokei's) adopted heir), setting up Yoshihide ASHIKAGA as their puppet leader (Eiroku no Hen).
  801. And then there is a mountain of treasures that were stolen.
  802. And then wait until pine resin oozes (it takes three to four months).
  803. And then, Choei, taken under the wing of Munenari DATE, the lord of the Uwajima Domain of Iyo Province, with the help of Keisaku NINOMIYA, one of Narutakijuku peers, was engaged in the translation of Western studies literature including strategy books as well as in the westernization of the domain's military equipment under Munenari.
  804. And then, Doboshu managed Edo-jo Castle, directed and supervised the Okubozushu, serving under the Wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in Edo bakufu) in the Edo bakufu.
  805. And then, Hera woke up and was surprised to find Hercules sucking her own breast, so she shook off Hercules, and her milk spilled.
  806. And then, Katsuyori set the uncompleted Shinpu-jo Castle on fire, and escaped to Iwadonoyama-jo Castle.
  807. And then, Prince Kusakabe, the Crown Prince, died on May 10, 689.
  808. And then, after the Kanno Disturbance, a new faction emerged under Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA, and a three-way struggle began.
  809. And then, after the war, the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers began to regulate Kabuki for the reason that it was feudalistic and not suitable for democracy.
  810. And then, as Kuniji YASHIRO stated in the end of his book, we should be able to extract useful information from it as source material of the Kamakura period.
  811. And then, as he died of a disease in February of the next year, his son Sanetada IMADEGAWA succeeded his father's duties.
  812. And then, he died on March 25, 1108 at the age of 77.
  813. And then, he sent secret agents to Russia and France in July and to the USA and the UK in October.
  814. And then, he submitted 'Shigaku kaigyo negai' (request for opening private [non-governmental] school [college, university]) to Ministry of Education in the joint names of Niijima and Kakuma, which was later approved.
  815. And then, his father died in 1582.
  816. And then, in 1033, he was appointed a Gon no Shozozu (a provisional junior rank in the second highest managerial position).
  817. And then, in 977, Queen Kishi shook off Emperor Enyu's attempts to thwart her and processed down to Ise together with her daughter; this was completely without precedent, and as such left everyone shocked.
  818. And then, national banks were put under obligation to exchange the bank notes for convertible coins such as gold coins.
  819. And then, on March 28, 1187, he accepted Yoshitsune who had been opposed to and driven out by Yoritomo, prepared to worsen his relationship with Yoritomo.
  820. And then, other Colleges were established for about a decade from the foundation, such as the Colleges of Law and Medicine in 1898, and the College of Letters in 1906.
  821. And then, people applied to the Daijokan (Grand Council of State) by next January 30 (old calender).
  822. And then, still clutching the arm, Doji bursts into flight, blasting through the gable on the roof and vanishing into the night sky.
  823. And then, the philosophy was succeeded by later generations into the thought that people may tranquilize their minds by practicing the flower arrangement.
  824. And then, the regime of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI gave jishi menkyo to the whole "Rakuchu" (inside the capital Kyoto) after the Rakuchu land survey was implemented in 1591.
  825. And then, the scene changed to the following one in Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan).
  826. And then, when it became trendy among Daimyo to shave off their whiskers, Ieyasu ordered a retainer to visit Kiyomasa and to hear his intention.
  827. And there also exist many jujutsu schools that are handed down in foreign countries with their original names unchanged, such as Ryoi Shinto-ryu, Sekiguchi Shin Shin-ryu, Tsutsumi Hozan-ryu, Takeuchi-ryu, Takeuchi Oie-ryu, Takeuchi Hangan-ryu, Shinto Yoshin-ryu and Sosuishi-ryu.
  828. And there also exists a letter which conveyed the commendation of Emperor for the distinguished war service.
  829. And there are 48 mounds in Hiroshima and Okayama Prefectures and southern region of Hyogo Prefecture.
  830. And there are many 'rakugo that intentionally incorporated kodan' like Genpei Seisuiki (The Rise and Decline of the Minamoto and Taira clans) and Gomoku Koshaku (Mixed Koshaku).
  831. And there are many cases in which the method of the mind (how to control one's mind, or the techniques regarding the mind) and the religious philosophy attached to Zen, the Esoteric Buddhism, or Confucianism have been closely connected to the physical arts of kobudo and were handed down together.
  832. And there are many kinds of chirashizushi.
  833. And there are other clans like Yuge, Yazume, Hatori, Inukai, Tsukishine and Shitori.
  834. And there are several theories about the origin of bushi and there is no conclusive one yet.
  835. And there are theories that Tenkai was Mitsuharu AKECHI, a cousin of Mitsuhide, or Hidemitsu AKECHI, an adopted son-in-law who was reported to have killed himself in Sakamoto-jo Castle after the Battle of Yamasaki or to have escaped over Lake Biwa on horseback.
  836. And there are unique local sauces in various areas where local tastes are enjoyed.
  837. And there existed some rules called "sekai" (world), which set the basic framework of the stories constituting the background of the program.
  838. And there have been some instances such that a Noh actor in the family of Kuroemon KATAYAMA in Kanze-ryu and a natori (a person given a diploma) got married.
  839. And there is a position to present some doubts whether the international law at that time could offer a standard to distinguish the compulsory effect on a state from the compulsory effect on an individual.
  840. And there is a possibility that '豊' was read as 'te,' 'de,' 'temi,' 'demi,' 'tomi,' 'domi,' and so on in ancient times (in addition to this, concerning the origin of name of this mountain, there are many interesting theories, but they are not relevant to Iitoyo no himemiko and thus omitted.
  841. And there is a record that Hochiku (Kunitomi) the fifth announced his name as Hoshu during a certain period.
  842. And there is a statue of an adorable child at the right knee of Jizo Bosatsu, and he is clinging onto Jizo Bosatsu and looking up its peaceful face.
  843. And there is a student hall used for the base of circle activities.
  844. And there is a theory that his daughter SUGAWARA no Tomoko was the mother of MINAMOTO no Junshi who was the empress of Emperor Koko and the legal wife of FUJIWARA no Tadahira (before becoming the empress) and the real mother of FUJIWARA no Saneyori.
  845. And there is another view that silver coins were used around those times when the article of October 6, 486 in "the Nihonshoki" mentioned that 'one rice koku corresponds to one mon silver coin.'
  846. And there is no end to minor collisions between a bicycle and a pedestrian.
  847. And there is the poem, 'Hina dolls are displayed on Hassaku in Ise' in 'Zoku Gogen Shu' (Continued Gogen Haiku Poets Collection).
  848. And there were 'himachi' and 'tsukimachi,' which were customs to wait for the sun and the moon to rise and greet them.
  849. And there were also Tokitsura OTA of the Miyoshi clan and as Tokuso's vassals, Takatsuna NAGASAKI and Tokitsuna BITO.
  850. And there were people who went as far as Europe like Tsunenaga HASEKURA, however, the expansion movement to foreign countries began to decline due to the seclusion policy of Edo bakufu.
  851. And there were roughly four kinds of Keisho Haniwa; house-shaped Haniwa, Kizai Haniwa (clay figure in the shape of things such as sword or shield), animal-shaped Haniwa, and Haniwa figure of men.
  852. And there were some Kuni no miyatsuko who oppsed to the Yamato Kingdon, including the one in Tsukushi, who conquered the entire northern Kyushu.
  853. And there were some landscapers who did not copy of scenery, but embodied the taste of natural scenery in their gardens, and they became plastic and decorative gardens filled with subjectivity.
  854. And thereafter, Shirobei GOTO family was only allowed to produce fundo (counterweight) used at an exchange house, and the production and use of other kinds of fundo was prohibited strictly for the prevention of illegal exchange.
  855. And therefore the real regency should be regarded as having already come to its end in the reigns of Emperor Gosanjo and Shirakawa.
  856. And these three lines matches the record above.
  857. And they adopt several tens of thousands for the Taira clan, ignoring "Gyokuyo," which describes the cavalry number of Minamoto clan as one to two thousand.
  858. And they also had to learn "Ruchugyo" (a Chinese classic on acupuncture), "Osokuzu" (a Chinese classic illustrating acupuncture), and "Shaku Jinshinkyo" (a Chinese classic illustrating acupuncture).
  859. And they also had to learn "Shobonho" (the Chinese classic on pharmacopoeia, written by Chen Yan Zhi) and "Shugenho" (a Chinese classic on pharmacopoeia highly valued along with Shobonho).
  860. And they are sometimes used as food.
  861. And they clearly acted out of line, drinking the water of a finger bowl thinking it was drinking water, looking shabby in wrinkled clothes, tightening corsets to an extreme, and so on.
  862. And they decided the new name as the Mining Pollution Eradication Association in Ota.
  863. And they don't get wari (performance fee).
  864. And they faced many difficulties trying to duplicate the process.
  865. And they fled to the Mutsu Province.
  866. And they found out from Sohen that the tea ceremony at Kira's residence would be held at January 30.
  867. And they got gifts seasonally from joro (courtesan) in yukaku and wives of big shops.
  868. And they have kept their lives as such until today.
  869. And they incorporated kegoshu as well as dogo (local clan) and kokujin (local samurai) into their group of vassals.
  870. And they insist that it is understandable if this code had long existed since the country's foundation and the descriptions in "Nihonshoki" and "Kojiki" (A Record of Ancient Matters) historically back up the existence, however, it doesn't make any sense if the people had followed it only because it was instituted by Emperor Tenchi.
  871. And they prefer the weakly acidic environment like sake.
  872. And they put a firm line at Komaki and faced Hideyoshi.
  873. And they used to be called 'nakaza' in the Kamigata rakugo.
  874. And they were allowed to call themselves Tokugawa (other "ichimon", family-related clans of the Tokugawa family, called themselves Matsudaira), and also use "Mitsuba-aoi no kamon" (family crest of three leaves of Hollyhock).
  875. And they were designated as a national historic site in 1979.
  876. And they were forcefully separated.
  877. And they were no longer described as ranpeki.
  878. And they were treated unkindly in Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures).
  879. And they were vehemently opposed to the abolition of the extraterritorial rights.
  880. And thirdly, go is also used as a length unit for a path up a mountain, and shaku, too, is used as a length unit of a 10th of 1 go.
  881. And this 'Nishi' style has been passed down to not only the region in the west side of Tenman-gu Shrine, but the preservation societies, Ko and Ren in Kitakawachi District and a part of Nakakawachi District have acceded to the style.
  882. And this Jokoin was more friendly with Ogo than Yodo-dono who became a concubine of Hideyoshi.
  883. And this Yumiya led to the death of Cheiron who was involved in a battle between the Centaurs family and Hercules.
  884. And this boom during several years up to 2004 or 2005 was in favor of the long haori coat.
  885. And this change was an important background for a continuing consumer slump in the latter part of the Showa period.
  886. And this collection was done in a lump sum as a unit of village through the murauke system (village-wide, collective responsibility for tax payment).
  887. And this description can be understood to indicate that to conclude that Jinryo bugyo was the antecedent of the Yamada bugyo in the Edo bakufu, although the presence of Jobu Ecchunokami and Jinryo bugyo at Kameyama-jo Castle, Shimotsuke OKASMOTO, is far-fetched.
  888. And this directly led to the poverty of "hatamoto" (direct retainers of the Edo bakufu) and lower-ranking samurai whose stipends were based on a rice harvest.
  889. And this internal unrest drove the Seiyukai into a state of emergency, in which the party had to suffer the isolation in the Diet and the lack of its leader.
  890. And this is Otate-onsen Hot Spring.
  891. And this is called Sakutan Toji.
  892. And this is the characteristics.
  893. And this is the prototype of Japanese art history which we know today, but those artists who were deemed inappropriate to introduce to foreign countries were omitted from the list, and they came to be forgotten for a long time.
  894. And this is the volume that sho is deemed most trustworthy today.
  895. And this land is not fit to cultivate furyu (splendor) to the mind like Ise and Suma.
  896. And this milk became the Milky Way, they say.
  897. And this process made the paddy, the field, and the products the holy and sacred thing, so nobody - except for the jinin - could enter there or touch the products.
  898. And this spirit is echoed in the university's basic ideas & policies, which were codified after the university became the national university corporation.
  899. And this was the Anegakoji clan of the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States).
  900. And this was the kan as a currency unit, and the weight of the 1000 coins became the kan as a weight unit.
  901. And this, combined with a card game originating in Europe, became the present game during the Genroku era.
  902. And those patterns are two-toned with red pigment and black lacquer.
  903. And those were essential for keeping national power and boosting national prestige.
  904. And those who are self-indulged with kidai belong to the 'kigo' school.
  905. And those who handled military affairs and were in the 'ie' authorized by the nation were bushi.
  906. And those who were privately armed were not recognized as bushi.
  907. And through his position as second-in-command (Daini) of Dazaifu (an important outpost in Kyushu), Kiyomori also became a major participant in the Japanese trade with Song China, and thus increased the economic might of the Taira as well.
  908. And through the position of Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), he was promoted to Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) in Junii (Junior Second Rank) in 1656, but resigned in 1658.
  909. And thus Nishikyogoku Baseball Park came to be called Wakasa Stadium Kyoto from April 1, 2009.
  910. And thus a conference between the two was carried out in a cordial atmosphere, and Atsutane was given one of Norinaga's reihi (a monument to console the spirit of a deceased person) from Ohira.
  911. And thus began the story of Pochi, the dog that was said to have often been quoted in school book.
  912. And thus she became famous with name of 'Madame Sadayakko' in a single bound.
  913. And thus the Boshin War ended.
  914. And thus, a theory has since been rumored that Hideyori was not Hideyoshi's own son but a son between Harunaga and Yodo-dono.
  915. And thus, the prophecy that Hikaru Genji was told by someone from Goryeo when he was a boy came true, and he was in the height of his prosperity.
  916. And thus, the status of gokenin as the local lord was secured not by honjo which was originally the lord of shoen, but by the bakufu.
  917. And thus, the three Senke families were born.
  918. And times have changed as the old man predicted.
  919. And to praise women for performing it, a new value opposite the value of impurity came into existence in Shinto.
  920. And to the emperor, the officer of Kuraryo (Bureau of Palace Storehouses) presented kisewata (floss silk that absorbs the fragrance and the dew of a chrysanthemum by covering the flower overnight, which was believed to help maintain perpetual youth and longevity), and the officer of Tsukumo-dokoro (the palace office responsible for making accessories and furnishings) presented artificial flowers decorated with cotton.
  921. And to train character and inspire sentiment during the course of learning.
  922. And today's tare seems to have originated from namatare.
  923. And today, "Nimaime" & "Sanmaime" are used as common words in our daily life.
  924. And today, these words are used like, "Difficult case as it was, it came to a quick 'Makugire,'" "This week, the baseball pennant race came to an 'Ozume,'" and "The story comes to 'Daidanen.'"
  925. And training bokuto are used to practice how to handle nihonto in schools that do not give additional instruction in iai-jutsu (sword-drawing techniques).
  926. And twice the 12 shu is set equal to 1 ryo.'
  927. And two boys in masks and red hoods dance with drums.
  928. And ukikawa (fruit puffing symptoms) occurs less..
  929. And unfortunately, Tahee in Itami who was a romantic rival of Jihe came to Kawasho.
  930. And unlike Ohechi which was another pilgrimage road to Kumano after the early-modern period and used by mainly writers and artists, Kohechi was used by mainly the common people.
  931. And until October 1999, the express train 'Hashidate (train)' ran between Kyoto, Higashi-Maizuru and Tsuruga (the direct line to Kyoto was until 1996), but after the electrification, the higher category trains disappeared.
  932. And until the Edo period, Kabuki was strongly believed to be a profession occupied by the people of the discriminated class, and the discrimination against them remained deep-rooted.
  933. And until the end of the Heian period, this term had been used for persons from good families.
  934. And usually, the cut head had a meaning only if it was the enemy general or closer to the rank, heads of common soldiers were not cut.
  935. And various beautiful poses of the sword fight are the highlights of this kyogen.
  936. And various frames of the Haniwa had been made previously and clay was applied on it.
  937. And various parodies, changed versions of the same melody as the original Shingaku song, continued to be sung by the early Showa period even after Shingaku itself went into decline.
  938. And what is better, the value as a historical material can be recognized in that it is not a historical material left from the position of the lords' side but is a historical material left from the position of the peasants' side.
  939. And what is more, on May 23, 1651, he was appointed again as the lord of the Zeze domain with 70,000 Goku crop yields including 20,000 Goku increase.
  940. And when Chitoku hoshi challenged ABE no Seimei to a Yin yang match, ABE no Seimei could easily chasten Chitoku hoshi by concealing Shiki gami (avatars that a Yin yang master used in its magic).
  941. And when Tadataka HOSOKAWA died, according to his will, Michinori's son Michitoshi KUZE succeeded to the privilege of receiving the grant of 100-koku (18.039 cubic meters of crop yield).
  942. And when an incline was explained, sun served as the unit of vertical length per 1 shaku of horizontal length.
  943. And when bringing it back home without eating in the shops, they went there with a flat dish.
  944. And when cutting, using a sharp kitchen knife influences the taste.
  945. And when he asked her opinion on what his dream meant, she ran away to her brother after she confessed the Emperor the assassination attempt.
  946. And when he knows the turmoil taking place in the Kanto region, he tries to hurry on his way home, but he is attacked by robbers and loses his entire fortune in Kiso.
  947. And when it is grilled, you can eat it after cutting a desired section right on the iron plate.
  948. And when it is written in 諒陰 and 亮陰, it is pronounced 'ryoin'.
  949. And when it was attacked by forces from the north, it made use of advantages from the sea.
  950. And when the emperor gave an official order to participate, he responded, 'he should give me the command in person, he should come.'
  951. And when the oyster is not in season, the okonomiyaki called 'ebioko' (using shrimp instead of oyster) is famously served.
  952. And when the reprint was included in "Zeami juroku bushu," there were many typographical errors.
  953. And when these organizations obtained permission from the local governors and the races took place, they were often held at the same time of local festivals.
  954. And when we simply say "lion dance," it mostly means the Chinese lion dance.
  955. And when we weigh 1 ryo with the standard of Sui Dynasty China in "History of Chinese Weights and Measures," written by Wu Chengluo, the value was 41.762 grams, which was about three times as much as the previously-mentioned weight with chia-liang, and with the standard of the Tang Dynasty, 1 ryo weighed at 37.301 grams which equivalent to 1 'larger ryo.'
  956. And when zaichokanjin were appointed as gunshi, goshi, and hoshi, they were likely to deal with public domains and public rice fields in gun, go, and ho as their own lands.
  957. And when, during the Azuchi-Momoyama period, the leading poet of the Reizei school fell under the emperor's censure and was ruined, it was none other than Ieyasu TOKUGAWA who exerted all his power and influence to rehabilitate him.
  958. And while she was courted by scores of men, she was enthralled by Tokiyori's unsophisticated but affectionate letter and decided to accept him.
  959. And with the Heizenmon Rebellion and the battles of Wada and Hoji, the Hoji clan was able to purge the bakufu of all the non-Hojo warrior clans, stepping up their efforts to concentrate all power in their own hands.
  960. And with the decision to integrate danjodai into Gyobusho (the department of criminal punishments), danjodai itself was integrated into the Ministry of Justice.
  961. And with this change, the operating system of the Express 'Tanba' turned out to be the four round-trip services arriving at and departing from Fukuchiyama Station, Toyooka Station, Kinosaki Station or Amanohashidate Station.
  962. And with this, the oppression from Enryaku-ji Temple the Tendai sect became stricter.
  963. And without Sanshu no Jingi (three sacred imperial treasures) and Chiten no Kimi (literally, supreme ruler) who should issue Jokoku no Mikotonori (imperial decree to assign the reign), Emperor Gokogen finally realized his enthronement by making Kogimonin Chiten (ruler).
  964. And yet Western countries were culturally by far more advanced than Japan.
  965. And yet it is possible that he was regarded its inventor because he improved the turret further to create a magnificent one.
  966. And yet there is nothing else that has surveyed the genealogical record of the Jige-ke families so carefully or in such detail.
  967. And yet, before the Ritsuryo system and in early Seshu the competence of successors also mattered, but as hereditary was established, the competence became less related to qualification of the successors.
  968. And yet, the Mori clan survived as daimyo.
  969. And yet, you have no idea of how to use the estate, you have failed to know your place.'
  970. And you are wicked and ill natured.'
  971. And you suddenly died without being properly rewarded.
  972. And yuzuyu is a seasonal word of winter.
  973. And, "*" marked routes may be canceled or changed due to weather.
  974. And, Dai shogun was placed in every three troops.
  975. And, Honbutsu was assumed to have been one of those Buddha who gave the most causal influence to Shakyamuni.
  976. And, Katata was also prosperous as water transport area.
  977. And, Tairo (chief minister) was assumed by the Ii clan six times for five generations such as Naozumi II, Naomori II, Naohide II, Naoaki II and Naosuke II (there are arguments for and against the theory that Naomori assumed Tairo twice, and Naotaka assumed Tairo).
  978. And, Tomomasa HIRAGA was killed immediately after the incident.
  979. And, a permit or a license for a carrier business is required for transportation by hearse, which is a specified cargo transport.
  980. And, after this battle, Kenshin wrote a letter intending to adopt a son of Yoshitaka HATAKEYAMA, and it is said that this son referred to hiself as Haruomaru, but was actually a son of Yoshitsugu HATAKEYAMA.
  981. And, although chikuringake is kataboshi, it does not have ninokoshi because of the fushinuki structure.
  982. And, as Kodokan judo was transformed into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Brazil, so Kodokan judo, Aikido and the like are occasionally transformed into a new jujutsu school in foreign countries.
  983. And, as a result, the degree of polishing individual grains varies but the rice-polishing ratio as the apparent value is obtained by averaging the polishing-ratios of all the rice grains.
  984. And, as for feudal retainers of domains (baishin [indirect vassal] of shogun), someone who worked at edohantei (residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo) on a full-time basis (or someone whose family member worked in Edo on a full-time basis) was called jofu.
  985. And, as such, it is the largest above-ground tomb in the world.
  986. And, aside from whether it was out of good will or not, Japan was aware that it was an interference.
  987. And, at the beginning of 1971, when the last remaining three cars of Series MoHa-70 were transferred to Senseki Line, the Series 70 has disappeared from Keihan Local Line in advance of the Series 70.
  988. And, books remaining in Japan were also destroyed by fire in 1627.
  989. And, by February of the following year, fifteen trains or 105 cars in total were set ready for operation during Expo'70
  990. And, eventually, he uncrowned Yoriie, backed up his younger brother, MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, as a new shogun, and assumed the post of regent.
  991. And, every five year residents of the town and the Embassy of Turkey in Japan jointly hold a memorial ceremony.
  992. And, everywhere in its sutra, Nehan-gyo preached that it was necessary because wicked Buddhist priests may appear in the future to preach that Nyorai (Buddha) is no longer existing after his death.
  993. And, fearing that parading a poorly clad criminal might offend the people of the city, the Edo government ordered that the criminals be dressed neatly at the time of shichu-hikimawasi.
  994. And, finding her looks unexpectedly beautiful, Moroie regretted abandoning her and excused himself, but she just chanted sutras and made no reply.
  995. And, for seven days, stop the destruction of life.'
  996. And, having succeeded in making peace with key persons of the Kamakura bakufu (shogunate), such as MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and OE no Hiromoto, Michichika held a Court Council in November 1196 without Kanezane's presence and resolved appointment of Motomichi to the position of Kanpaku (chancellor) and finalized Kanezane's downfall.
  997. And, having the departments related to art, KIT tries "the fusion of science and art" through its organic education curriculum, attempting to become an international, sensibility-rich institute.
  998. And, he conducted the ceremony of appointment of Ieyasu as Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") in 1603.
  999. And, he had another aspect of loving his children dearly like frequently writing letters to his adopted child, Kagekatsu UESUGI, inviting and doting on him (before being adopted officially, Kagekatsu often stayed at Sakato-jo Castle which was the residential castle of his father, Masakage).
  1000. And, he held a victory celebration at Otori-jinja Shrine in Hanahata.

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