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  1. She married into the Azai clan in Omi Province, and had a child but returned to Yagi-jo Castle with her child after her husband died.
  2. She married into the Imperial Court when Emperor Montoku was a Togu (the Crown Prince).
  3. She married into the imperial court to Emperor Sutoku in 1129 and was promoted to Chugu in 1130.
  4. She married the Emperor Kotoku and had the Prince Arima.
  5. She married the Emperor Monmu in 697.
  6. She married the Emperor Tenchi and had the Princess Asuka and the Princess Nitabe.
  7. She married the Imperial Prince Atsuakira on December 18, 1017 and made Takamatsu den as her new residence.
  8. She married the fourth generation man, Tomijuro NAKAMURA who had divorced someone else before, and had the first generation, Kikaku NAKAMURA with him.
  9. She married to Kanichiro INAMURA (later, the first president of Ashikaga Bank), the eldest son of the headman of the village of Kamikawakami, Kita-Saitama County, Musashi Province (currently, Kamikawakami, Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture), upon his request.
  10. She married to Michizane around 875 when Michizane was monjosho (student of literary studies in the Imperial University).
  11. She married to Seiji WADA.
  12. She married with Kaoru YOSHIKAWA.
  13. She marries Tokubei to maintain the shop and to protect her children.
  14. She may be described as `princess Tadako' instead of imperial princess because her mother's origin was low.
  15. She meets Seishin again by accident in the mountains of Hakone.
  16. She meets the Cloistered Emperor Gofukakusa again at Hachimangu Shrine.
  17. She met Masahiro MAKINO (マキノ正博, later マキノ雅弘 in Chinese character), who was the Nikkatsu film director at that time, through her accident that might have caused her blindness during the filming of "Edo no Arawashi" (Wild Eagle in Edo, 1937) and married him in 1940.
  18. She met Ninigi, who had descended in the Province of Himuka upon Tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess) at Kasasa no misaki (Cape Kasasa), and he proposed her to marry him.
  19. She met Saneyana HASHIMOTO at Kotoku-ji Temple of Kuwana Domain and went to the capital Kyoto.
  20. She met Tamakazura again when she made a pilgrimage to the Kannon of Hatsuse.
  21. She might be identified with Reikeiden no nyogo (Lady Reikeiden) in the chapter of 'Umegae' (The Plum Tree Branch).
  22. She might have been a daughter from the Kajiwara clan, a local clan of Owari.
  23. She might have been the wife of Osakabe no Miko (the Prince Osakabe).
  24. She migrated to Tokyo and studied under Yorikuni INOUE, a scholar of Japanese classical literature and Chinese-medicine doctor.
  25. She mistakenly believed that Yugiri seduced Ochiba, and died due to an illness she had long suffered from compounded by sheer anguish due to this misbelief, leaving behind a poem of resentment.
  26. She mourned their death and any child was given Kaimyo (posthumous Buddhist names) by Josen-ji Temple of the Nichiren Sho Sect in addition to the names from the Tokugawa family.
  27. She move to Kyoto at the age of nine, with her father, Soken, who had become a masterless samurai then became a town doctor.
  28. She moved her home to the Flower Palace built by Yoshimitsu to live with him.
  29. She moved into the Palace in April 643.
  30. She moved out from O-oku to the Mori family's residence in Edo.
  31. She moved to Shinbashi this time and served again in Matsuya as a hangyoku (child geisha) under the name of 'Botan (tree peony).'
  32. She moved to Tokyo when she was 17 years old (age by the traditional Japanese system).
  33. She moved to a house in the castle town of Takato-jo Castle under the patronage of her brother Morinobu NISHINA.
  34. She moved to the Shoren in Temple when there was a big fire in Kyoto, after that the Palace was named Awata Palace.
  35. She moved to the residence of the Tokugawa families in Tokyo for medication in May because conditions after surgery were not good, but she died without recovery on July 9.
  36. She mumbles 'oh how dear...' and bursts into tears.
  37. She named herself Shigaji after her father, and in the Keio era, she became a leading figure in the world of dances and the world of drama.
  38. She never married nor did she have any children.
  39. She never remarried after her husband died.
  40. She not only appeared in "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of Heike) Vol. 6 and "Tamakiharu" (the Diary of Kenshunmonin Chunagon) but also was described as a heroin of Noh 'Kogo' (Lady Kogo).
  41. She officially received the 200 koku from Hidetada in October 1625, which was just after the one year anniversary of Kodaiin's death.
  42. She often participated in poetry contests such as 'The Koyo-in Poetry Contest' and 'The Chugu Gon no Daibu Yorizane Poetry Contest.'
  43. She often participated in uta-awase (poetry contest) organized by the family of Imperial Princess Rokujosaiin Baishi, the family for which she served.
  44. She often performs shigin on TV.
  45. She often saw her younger sister Sugenin since then.
  46. She often visited the Imperial Palace to see Emperor Kokaku.
  47. She once appeared on TV program "MUSIC STATION."
  48. She once made a joint appearance with her husband in a commercial.
  49. She only gave birth to FUJIWARA no Akirakeiko (Meishi) (Somedono no Kisaki) who later became the Empress of Emperor Montoku as Yoshifusa's child, since Yoshifusa did not have another concubine, he adopted his nephew, FUJIWARA no Mototsune as his successor.
  50. She opened Choho-ji Temple, the nunnery of the Sakanoue family, and it became the nunnery of the successive generations of the Sakanoue family.
  51. She opened a postcard store in Waseda Tsurumaki-cho to make a living by herself, which Yumeji kept visiting every day, and they ended up getting married after two months.
  52. She ordered Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) ISONOKAMI no Maro to remain in the Fujiwara-kyo as an administrator, and therefore Udaijin (Minister of the Right) FUJIWARA no Fuhito became the de facto supreme power-wielder.
  53. She ordered the assassination of Imperial Consort Zhen, who she considered to be dangerous, because Zhen had all of Emperor Guangxu's affection, and because Zhen reminded the Empress of her own youthful days, and she wanted to prevent Zhen from becoming the second Empress Dowager.
  54. She originally served Junii (Junior Second Rank) TAIRA no Tokiko, and was called Minami no onkata.
  55. She originated from Agata no Inukai no Muraji Sukune (third highest of the eight hereditary titles).
  56. She outlived Gotakakurain in her last years and died in 1228 at the age of 72 without meeting Gotobain again.
  57. She outlived all of Emperor Tenchi's other children.
  58. She outlived two of her grandchildren, Goreizei and Emperor Gosanjo, who contributed to the demise of the Regent system built up by her father.
  59. She parted from Yoshitsune in the mountains of Yoshino and decided to return to Kyoto, but since the attendants assigned to guard Shizuka stole all her belongings and abandoned her in the mountains, she didn't know which way to go and wandered astray in the mountain.
  60. She participated in 'Koan Hyakushu' (One Hundred poems of the Koan Era).
  61. She participated in the Kanpaku sadaijin Yorimichi Uta-awase (poetry competition hosted by FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, chief adviser of the Emperor and minister of the left) in 1035, and in the Kokiden no Nyogo Seishi Uta-awase (poetry competition hosted by FUJIWARA no Seishi of nyogo of Emperor Gosuzaku) in 1041.
  62. She participated in the morning drama series "Hitomi," which was aired from spring to summer 2008, as a dance instructor.
  63. She passed away approximately two months after the death of Emperor Murakami.
  64. She passed away at the age of 100.
  65. She passed away at the age of 28.
  66. She passed away at the age of 40.
  67. She passed away at the age of eighty-seven on May 4, 1152.
  68. She passed away at the age of forty-five in the following year, 1572.
  69. She passed away at the age of sixty seven in 1318.
  70. She passed away at the age of twenty seven in 1025.
  71. She passed away at the end of the reign of Emperor Seiwa, on July 16, 876.
  72. She passed away before Kinjo no Mikado succeeded to the throne, and was conferred court rank of Empress Dowager posthumously.
  73. She passed away before her husband when she was forty years old in 945, and her daughter, Queen Kishi, who had the post in Saigu (a place for unmarried princess in Ise Jingu Shrine) left the position.
  74. She passed away during the reign of her great-grandson, Emperor Shirakawa, on October 3, 1074 at the age of 87.
  75. She passed away in 1114.
  76. She passed away in 1134.
  77. She passed away in 1643, at the age of 38.
  78. She passed away in 1795.
  79. She passed away in 1813 at the age of 69 and was buried in Rozan-ji Temple.
  80. She passed away in 1945.
  81. She passed away in the chapter of 'Yugiri.'
  82. She passed away in the same year; she never went for Gunko (three years of purification for Saigu at Nonomiya, and then returned to Ise).
  83. She passed away in the spring of 1049, and the day of her death was the day of Shaka's death; people said `Her soul must rest in peace' ("Goshui wakashu", Later gleanings of Japanese poems).
  84. She passed away on April 14, 1712.
  85. She passed away on August 6, 759, and her death was recorded by the name of 'Fujin Shonii HIROOKA no Ason Konakachi'.
  86. She passed away on December 2, 1132 at the age of forty.
  87. She passed away on June 29, 853.
  88. She passed away on November 4, 855, during the reign of Emperor Montoku (grandchild of Emperor Saga).
  89. She performed the Mogi ceremony (a girls ceremony to put on 'mo' (a skirt-like costume) for the first time) in 1009 and received the Jo rank of Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank).
  90. She performed the ritual of first breast-feeding as the wet nurse.
  91. She performs dance on the stages of the Jakusei-kai group amongst others.
  92. She played an active role as President of the Tokushi woman's club during the Russo-Japanese War.
  93. She played the roles as a wife of Kanpaku in negotiations with the imperial court or supervising the daimyo's (Japanese territorial lord) wives and children who were hostages.
  94. She practiced charity by establishing 'Hidenin Temple' for giving alms to the poor and a medical facility 'Seyaku-in'.
  95. She presented semi-nude photos of herself in the 1984 March issue of the Kodansha's magazine, 'Penthouse,' causing a scandal.
  96. She pretended that she didn't know anything and had the last conversation with YAMANAMI saying she would wait for him to come to Tamba.
  97. She privately compiled 'Kookimi shu.'
  98. She privately compiled 'Uma no naishi shu.'
  99. She probably served Imperial Princess Tokushi (wife of Emperor Horikawa) as a court lady.
  100. She produced many pieces of lacquer ware in addition to tea utensils and won a high reputation as an industrial artist.
  101. She produced these masterpieces in only a year and a half, but died of lung tuberculosis at the age of 25 (age calculated by the traditional Japanese system; the same applies hereafter).
  102. She provokes Lady Rokujo's wrath in the struggle to obtain a place to house Gissha, and is killed by a wraith.
  103. She published "Kajinoha" (Kaji's Leaf) in 1706 which was a collection of poetry.
  104. She published many works as the essayist.
  105. She pursued her acting career even after the war, but she retired before long.
  106. She put forth an effort to educate young Terumoto even after the Ouchi clan fell to ruins in 1557 and Takamoto died suddenly in 1563.
  107. She put her heart into writing "The Pillow Book" around 996, and the final manuscript seems to have been completed between 1001 and 1010.
  108. She puts on eboshi (formal headwear for court nobles) offered by the man and begins to dance to the tune 'I'll meet my sweetheart at this place where the River Kamo joins.'
  109. She reached nirvana after she rebuilt Ryukyu Kingdom.
  110. She read the Chinese classics, too.
  111. She realizes she has grown old while singing the poem from 'Tsutsuizutsu,' because the word 'grow' has the same pronunciation as the word 'age.'
  112. She received Naishinno senge (the title Princess by Imperial order) in 1271.
  113. She received a huge inheritance and lived comfortably in Europe.
  114. She received a marriage proposal from Genji, but she never accepted it.
  115. She received a piece of land located in Ogigayatsu, Kamakura, Sagami Province (Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture) from Iemitsu TOKUGAWA in 1634, that was Dokan OTA's old territory where his house existed before, and built Eisho-ji Temple there as a family temple and became the chief priest.
  116. She received a prize in In-ten (the Japan Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition) in 1926, and became the first female member of 'Nihon bijutsuin' (the Japan Academy of Fine Arts) in 1932.
  117. She received chakumo (dressing adult woman in kimono for the first time) at Seiryoden on January 1, 975.
  118. She received him respectfully and cordially as instructed by her parent.
  119. She received religious precepts under Honen when her mother Kenshi died in 1201.
  120. She received the Imperial letter of appointment as the title Jugo on May 3, 1707; She was given the title Chugu on February 27, 1708.
  121. She received the Jo rank (imperial court rank) of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) in 945.
  122. She received the Special Award from the Chairman at the Japan Academy Awards in 1996.
  123. She received the most affection from the Emperor.
  124. She received the name of Yachiyo INOUE at 96 years of age; before which she went by Haruko KATAYAMA; refer to the website of the Katayama Family Noh and Kyoumai Preservation Foundation for more information.
  125. She received the rank of Shoichii (Senior First Rank) on November 16, 1146.
  126. She received the ranks of Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank) in February 959 and Jushinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) in January 962.
  127. She received the title to become Imperial Princess on October 18, 1842 just before she was getting married however, two days after this, on October 20 Imperial Prince Naruhito died and the marriage did not happen.
  128. She received the title to become Imperial Princess when her father, Emperor Reizei succeeded to the throne in 967.
  129. She received word from Kanshojo and believed that her wish to meet was granted but there was only a wooden statue of chancellor in the room.
  130. She receives a branch of a sacred tree from Guji (the chief priest of a Shinto shrine) and installs it in the east side in front of Mizugaki-gomon Gate.
  131. She refused him at first, but eventually she could not help marrying him. ('Yokobue' (The Flute) - 'Yugiri' (Evening Mist))
  132. She refused to obey the order, saying that not many days had passed since she departed from Yoshitsune and she still felt depressed and did not feel ready to dance, but she had to accept the order to dance because of repeated orders.
  133. She regularly insisted that to save wealth was very important because it should be distributed to the people of the country, and that this would prevent a country's wealth from running short through the generations of their offspring.
  134. She reluctantly gives her daughter to Murasaki no Ue, but after she formally enters Dairi Castle where she becomes her daughter's guardian.
  135. She remained aloof throughout her life as she lost her parents, husband and children consecutively and spent her last years in seclusion at Kyoto Jinko-in Temple.
  136. She remained at Kyoto as the grandmother of the Emperor Gohorikawa (a prince of Imperial Prince Morisada) even after Gotobain and his four grandchildren (Emperor Gotsuchimikado, Emperor Juntoku, Imperial Prince Masanari and Imperial Prince Yorihito) were banished in the wake of the Jokyu War.
  137. She remained single all through her life, but she adopted Yuriko GION, and had her succeed the tea house.
  138. She remains with Hikaru Genji, except during the time when he is driven away to Suma.
  139. She remarried Seisuke MAEZAWA who was working for an actors' training institute in 1908 and became a member of the inaugural class of the dramatic workshop of the literature association established by Shoyo TSUBOUCHI in 1909.
  140. She rendered tremendous services in the field of education for the children of nobles, founding schools.
  141. She renounced her membership from the Imperial Family on December 18, 1966, when she married Moriteru KONOE (later called Tadateru KONOE) of the Konoe family.
  142. She renounced her membership from the Imperial Family on March 10, 1960, when she married Hisanaga SHIMAZU of the Shimazu clan.
  143. She renounced her membership from the Imperial Family on May 21, 1950, when she married Toshimichi TAKATSUKASA, who was the successor of the Takatsukasa family.
  144. She renounced her membership from the Imperial Family on November 15, 2005, when she married Yoshiki KURODA.
  145. She renounced her membership from the Imperial Family on October 10, 1952, when she married Takamasa IKEDA of the Okayama Domain.
  146. She renounced her membership from the Imperial Family on October 14, 1983 when she married Masayuki SEN of the Urasenke school of tea ceremony.
  147. She resented it and appeared in Genji's dream when Genji carelessly told Murasaki no Ue about Fujitsubo after her death, ('Asagao (Genji Monogatari)').
  148. She resided in Xi'an for a whole year, then returned to Beijing using a railway in January 1902.
  149. She resided in the Tokaden or, according to one theory the Gyokasha parts of the palace, or both.
  150. She resigned from her position due to illness in 831.
  151. She resigned from the position of Saigu in February 1016 in the wake of the Emperor Sanjo's abdication and returned to Kyoto in October of the same year.
  152. She resigned when her father the Retired Emperor Seiwa died in January, 881.
  153. She retired an actress because of weakness felt when standing up.
  154. She retired from the position of school president in January, 1919 due to the deterioration of her health condition since the establishment of the school.
  155. She retired in Yokosuka City.
  156. She retired in her old age and became Aiko INOUE the 1st.
  157. She retired on December 10 of the same year, and returned to the capital after Imperial Prince Otsu was killed on a charge of treason on October 28.
  158. She retuned to Kanazawa with her son Toshitada, and she died on November 23, 1605.
  159. She returned to Japan in November.
  160. She returned to Tokyo and opened a clinic in the Koume town in Honjo Ward, where she spent her last years.
  161. She returned to her home town in Kyoto after the Edo shogunate had collapsed.
  162. She returned to power as Emperor Shotoku after the reign of Emperor Junnin, the forty-eighth Japanese Emperor (Empress) and reigned from November 6, 764 to August 28, 770.
  163. She revealed her secret wish to go back to Uji City to her guardian, Kaoru, but he protested against her.
  164. She revealed the secrets concerning the circumstances of Kaoru's birth to him, and tried to act as an intermediary between him and Oigimi.
  165. She ruled the Yamatai Kingdom.
  166. She said she watched all Nakahira's films at the theater and especially watched "Yabai Koto nara Zeni ni naru" even at the fourth and the fifth run theater.
  167. She said that if her child was truly Ninigi's, then the child would be born safely no matter what, and she set fire on the birthing room.
  168. She said that she was a shadow of her former self, Ono no Komachi.
  169. She said that their daughter, Ohisa was gone.
  170. She said, "You will be destroyed by Yasogami if you stay here," and sent him to Oyabiko in Ki no kuni (Land of the Trees).
  171. She saw patients visiting the clinic face-to-face in the first place, therefore, it was strange that she put her back to people in order to exert her power.
  172. She says that although she herself took the Imperial Throne, the work is harsh on her health, and decided to abdicate the Imperial Throne to his son 'based on the spirit of the lay.'
  173. She says that her master passed away, and she pays a daily visit to the grave on behalf of her master's wife, who is sick in bed.
  174. She says this is how they were united in marriage.
  175. She says, 'It is fall now, and I pound this to send a wind from the west to Kyoto far away, from the place of the woman whom you are not interested in.'
  176. She scolded Mitsuhide, who rebelled.
  177. She secretly allowed Hisako to give birth in her house.
  178. She secretly took a fancy to her older brother-uterine, Emishi.
  179. She seemed to be over 20 years old with skin as white as snow, and she was heading south alone, wearing an uchiginu (a beaten silk robe usually worn as support for the outer robes) with a rose plum pattern and carrying a Buddhist sutra.
  180. She seemed to have had a good relationship with Tsunatoyo and delivered two children (a daughter Toyohime [the Tokugawa family] and a son Mugetsuin [夢月院]), but they died young.
  181. She seems to have been a charming and modest woman ("Okagami "(the Great Mirror)" and "Eiga Monogatari",) and the Emperor was greatly shocked and disappointed about her death in addition to the death of Teishi.
  182. She seems to have been a koi (a court lady) of Emperor Nimmyo.
  183. She seems to have been sought after very much when she was young, but she made two young noblemen disinterested due to her words and deeds being inappropriate for her age.
  184. She seems to have lived to a great age, reappearing in the chapter of 'Asagao' (The Morning Glory), and it is known that she became a nun to be a disciple of Onna Gonomiya, an aunt of Asagao no Saiin (Priestess of Morning Glory); she was about 70 around this time.
  185. She seems to have lived with her mother Imperial Princess Teishi and siblings after her return from Kyoto on May 23 of the same year.
  186. She sees Yamato trying to cure severely-injured Ultimo by exchanging 'contract of love' with him.
  187. She sent ABE no Hirafu by sea to Ezo (northern Japan) three times.
  188. She served Bifukumonin from infancy, because her mother was menoto (a woman serving as wetnurse to a highborn baby) of Bifukumonin.
  189. She served Emperor Gosanjo and Emperor Shirakawa as Naishi no suke (a court lady of the first rank).
  190. She served FUJIWARA no Shoshi (called Jotomonin), the empress of Emperor Ichijo, so she was called Jotomonin Kouma no Myobu.
  191. She served Genji after Yugao died.
  192. She served Imperial Princess Ryoshi (Inpumonin), daughter of the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa.
  193. She served Imperial Princess Yushi (the third princess of Emperor Gosuzaku), and around 1040 she got married to TACHIBANA no Toshimichi.
  194. She served Kokamonin FUJIWARA no Seishi (the daughter of the Regent FUJIWARA no Tadamichi), the empress of the Emperor Sutoku.
  195. She served Yodo-dono and Hideyori TOYOTOMI as menoto (a woman providing breast-feed to a highborn baby).
  196. She served as Emperor Ichijo's nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court (a consort of an emperor)) and later became FUJIWARA no Michito's wife.
  197. She served as Ise Saigu (an unmarried princess serving at Ise-jingu Shrine).
  198. She served as Kamo Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines).
  199. She served as Kamo-Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines)
  200. She served as Kodaiin's steward, liaising with Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  201. She served as Kuranosuke, as a close adviser, and was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  202. She served as Nyokurodo (a lower-ranking court lady) for the Emperor Sanjo who was Togu (the Crown Prince) at the time.
  203. She served as Saigu (the ancient imperial princesses serving at the Ise-jingu Shrine) and later became the empress of the 45th Emperor Konin.
  204. She served as Saigu (vestal virgin princess serving at Ise-jingu Shrine), later became Junbo (Emperor's stepmother) and Empress of Emperor Antoku and Emperor Gotoba, and was a nyoin (a close female relative of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing).
  205. She served as Saiin until 902.
  206. She served as a Naishi no suke (a court lady of the first rank) for both Emperor Gosanjo and Emperor Shirakawa.
  207. She served as a court lady in the Imperial court and wielded influence in kokyu (empress's residence) as a menoto (a wet nurse for a highborn baby) for Prince Karu (later the Emperor Monmu).
  208. She served as an imperial envoy at Yasoshima Festival in November, 1169.
  209. She served as koshimusubiyaku (person with role of tying an obi or belt) ('Umegae') in the mogi (the coming-of-age ceremony for girls) for Genji's only daughter, Akashi no Himegimi and she arranged a splendid celebration ('Wakana' (Genji Monogatari) for Genji's fortieth birthday ceremony.
  210. She served as nyobo (a court lady) for Imperial Princess Yushi (daughter of Emperor Gosuzaku).
  211. She served as one of the Sainomiya (Imperial Princesses at Ise Shrine) for the court of Emperor Suzaku, and afterwards was a lady-in-waiting for Emperor Murakami.
  212. She served as the Mikushigedono no betto (the chief officer at the place handling clothes in the Imperial palace) at Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  213. She served as the second consort of the Emperor Ichijo, FUJIWARA no Akiko (Shoshi), her younger sister, and the second consort of the Emperor Goichijo, FUJIWARA no Ishi, and her daughter Imperial Princess Shoshi.
  214. She served at Kamo Shrine as Saiin between 1159 and 1169, then after leaving this position she received the title of Jugo (one of the respectful titles for Imperial family members of court nobles during the Heian period) in 1185.
  215. She served at the Imperial court as naishi (a maid of honor to the Empress) in the reign of Emperor Enyu, and her knowledge of Chinese classics and talent for prose and poetry were so outstanding that she was invited to a banquet of poetry held in the court.
  216. She served at the Imperial court same as her mother Michiyo, and became a high officer in kokyu (empress's residence).
  217. She served for Michiteru KUGA as nyobo (a court lady) and was called Hyoe no kami no tsubone.
  218. She served him through his days of misfortune, for example, she sheltered him in her parents' house in Zeze when Iwakura was pursued by patriotic men.
  219. She served in the Imperial Court for three months and was granted the official court rank 'Bensaisyo Ako Dai-joro.'
  220. She served inside the kokyu (empress's residence) and was the Emperor's favorite empress, eventually giving birth to Imperial Princess Kanshi (Seiwain Saiin).
  221. She served since the time when the retired Emperor Gofukakusa was the Togu crown prince, and retired with his abdication in 1259.
  222. She served the Emperor Nijo (Nijoin), and after his death she married FUJIWARA no Shigeyori.
  223. She served the Konoe family from 1798, became a senior lady-in-waiting after assuming a middle grade lady-in-waiting and called herself Muraoka no Tsubone.
  224. She served the retired Empress Koken and followed her Imperial Highness' step to enter the priesthood in 762 and called herself 'Hokin.'
  225. She served through four dynasties under Emperor Goreizei, Emperor Gosanjo, Emperor Shirakawa, and Emperor Horikawa.
  226. She served under Empress Saigunyogo Kishi (consort of Emperor Murakami), the Emperor Enyu Chugu Koshi (Empress of Emperor Enyu), Imperial Princess Saiin Senshi, Higashisanjoin FUJIWARA no Senshi (the Emperor Enyu Nyogo), and the Emperor Ichijo's Empress FUJIWARA no Teishi.
  227. She shaved her head and entered the priesthood in July and August 1157, her Buddhist name was Kongokan.
  228. She shaved her head to enter the priesthood, became the Grand Empress Dowager in 1069, and named herself Nijoin after receiving the title ingo in 1074.
  229. She shed tears of gratitude for his kindness.
  230. She showed her respect to the senior colleague, Akazome Emon.
  231. She shows insane looks, singing 'As I'm here with the God who lives in Tadasu-no-Mori forest, I'm sure I can meet my sweetheart again.'
  232. She signed with Toho Geino on November 11 and returned to the world of entertainment for the first time in five years.
  233. She sold the dream to Masako, who gave her a Kosode kimono in return.
  234. She sometimes serves to turn the cushion on the koza upside down as well.
  235. She speaks the Kyoto dialect.
  236. She spent most of her life at a villa residence since she was scared of Emperor Reizei who was mad.
  237. She spent the rest of her life devoting herself to Buddhism and raising Kinto's daughter, whom she adopted.
  238. She spoke highly of the episode that he replied to think yourself how it would relate with the story when she asked him.
  239. She spread eight Sugadatami (sedge mats), eight Kawadatami (skin mats), and eight Kinudatami (silk mats) on the waves and sat on them to drown herself in the sea.
  240. She started calligraphy at the age of five and obtained Godan (the fifth rank) before 12 years old.
  241. She started her official career as a high court official serving TAIRA no Shigeko (Tokitada's younger sister and Emperor Goshirakawa's court lady) and was called Minbukyo (Minister of Popular Affairs) (Kenshunmonin Minbukyo no tsubone).
  242. She started learning yokyoku from Iwao KONGO.
  243. She started on Hanako troupe and became its marquee player.
  244. She started publishing Myojo magazine with Tekkan.
  245. She started serving Hideyori at the age of 12.
  246. She started serving the Maeda clan as a maid for O-Matsu-no-kata (aka, ' Hoshunin'), the legal wife of Toshiie.
  247. She started studying Chinese classics under Suiko ICHIMURA.
  248. She started teaching commoners' daughters, aiming at giving equal education to women regardless of their parentage.
  249. She started to talk about her past.
  250. She started to work at the Imperial Palace at the age of 18 and became a court lady who served the Retired Emperor Toba, and as he came to love her very much, they exchanged marriage vows.
  251. She started to write "Ofudesaki" during the New Year Holiday of 1869, also constructing the model for the kanrodai (pillar of heavenly dew), and designating the jiba (the birthplace of mankind) (June 19, 1875).
  252. She starts to chant, 'I am in a miserable plight, having sunk into the Sanzu no Kawa (river crossed by the dead to reach the nether world).'
  253. She starts to dance along the sutra saying, 'A gracious mourning, please continue reading the Lotus sutra.'
  254. She stayed in Europe and ran charity shows.
  255. She stayed in the imperial court to act as an advisor of the consort of the emperor.
  256. She stayed single all her life.
  257. She stayed with her sister in Gifu City and lived in a geisha dwelling.
  258. She stayed with the Takeda family and was formally treated as 'the entrusted lawful wife of Nobutada,' and was called Niitachi goryonin.
  259. She studied at Aoyama Gakuin school, from elementary course through university.
  260. She studied at Ogaki Elemetary school and Junior High School.
  261. She studied languages including Latin, and French, English literature, natural sciences, psychology, and art.
  262. She studied under Nobutsuna SASAKI and excelled in composing waka; her collections of waka include "Kinrei" (金鈴, "Golden Bell") and "Kunzen" (薫染, "Fragrant Influences").
  263. She studied waka (a traditional Japanese poem of 31 syllables) under Haruomi NOSE, a kajin (waka poet) in Kyoto.
  264. She studied waka and the classics with Utako NAKAJIMA and novels with Tosui NAKARAI.
  265. She submitted her verses in the Court Poetry Contest in 1049 and the Spring and Autumn Poetry Contest held by Empress Kanshi (also known as Hiroko) in 1056.
  266. She subsequently became Tokitada's second wife and gave birth to TAIRA no Tokimune and TAIRA no Nobuko, and several other children.
  267. She subsequently became a Buddhist priest to pray for Shigehira's soul, serving Kenreimonin (also known as TAIRA no Tokuko) at Jakko-in Temple in Ohara (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  268. She subsequently became pregnant, but she seemed to feel very sick at the time, and "Eiga monogatari" (a Tale of Flowering Fortunes) introduces an episode that she often told her husband about, 'I have a prophecy.'
  269. She subsequently became the wife of Sangi (councilor) FUJIWARA no Kinsada.
  270. She subsequently paired with the then popular star Denmei SUZUKI, becoming a cash cow for Shochiku and being promoted to a company executive.
  271. She subsequently served as the Director and President of Ikenobo College to support her husband Senei.
  272. She succeeded in preventing the political change the Iga clan plotted by ensuring Yoshimura MIURA's commitment to support Yasutoki HOJO.
  273. She succeeded the headship of the family because her husband, eldest son and second son died early and her third son was very young.
  274. She succeeded to Yugiri Tayu's name as the second generation in November, 1980, as her father's home, Ogiya brothel in Shin-machi (Osaka City) was connected to Yugiri Tayu.
  275. She succeeded to the throne after receiving Emperor Momozono's will in 1762.
  276. She successfully gives birth to the child.
  277. She suffered from pleurisy and died from the ensuing cerebral arteriosclerosis.
  278. She suggested establishing a board of education by popular vote in each municipality.
  279. She supported Momosuke in both business and real life, and they lived happily ever after.
  280. She supported the director, Kihachi OKAMOTO, publicly in business and privately at home, overtly and covertly.
  281. She surrendered the Otsu-jo Castle successfully together with Kozosu, a representative of Kodaiin, and Ogo MOKUJIKI, an envoy from Mt. Koya.
  282. She takes all the evils, sins, and vice brought into Nenokuni/Sokonokuni and disperses them throughout the underworld.
  283. She takes an active part in various key points, such as creating the chance that leads to Christine gaining fame, and telling Raoul, Viscount de Chagny, of the true identity of the Phantom.
  284. She talked about her husband Sanosuke in Shinsengumi trilogy (written by Kan SHIMOZAWA), which was the records of testimonies about Shinsengumi.
  285. She tells Johanna's identity to Anthony and makes him feel sympathy (eventually love) for her, and she also notices Mrs. Lovett's ill intention right away and makes an outcry about it.
  286. She tells him that she became a mistress of Daigakunosuke and took the opportunity to kill him, but failed and was killed, and then she disappears.
  287. She tells of how in the past, she kept her unfaithful husband by her side through her love and devotion (refer to the story Tsutsuizutsu).
  288. She tends to be regarded as a villain who tortured Genji the most among his political opponents, but she is also a typical character to depict the empress's residence and Sekkan-ke, the families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor, at the time of the story.
  289. She then asked Kaoru about this match, in which he took no interest.
  290. She then became the stepmother of Emperor Gotoba after the Taira clan fled to Saigoku (western part of Japan).
  291. She then built a palace without a door, entered into it, and she set the palace on fire when it was time to give birth.
  292. She then complains that she has not heard from her husband for years.
  293. She then picked up the burning firewood from the stove, scattered it on the garden and threw numerous sardines into it.
  294. She then planned temple solicitation for the transfer of Kotai-jingu Shrine but died from an illness shortly.
  295. She then put the broiled sardines in a bamboo basket, shook off the ashes and quickly served them to Takanobu and others.
  296. She then submitted application to Saitama Prefecture, but her application was rejected as in Tokyo.
  297. She then went to Edo and asked Michiyasu HAKUO, a Zen monk of the Obaku Sect, to take her in as his disciple, but her request was refused because of her good looks and only eventually was she allowed to become his disciple after burning her face.
  298. She thinks herself so clever and litters her writings with Chinese characters.'
  299. She throws all the evils, sins, and vice into a river so that they will flow into the sea.
  300. She thus paved the way for the expansion of the Kanryuin clan.
  301. She told Urashima no ko to sleep, and when he woke up, before he knew, they had arrived at a big island under the sea.
  302. She told her husband not to look into her maternity room as she wanted to assume her real self to deliver her baby.
  303. She tonsured after her husband's death and called herself Teneiin.
  304. She took over her mother's business at the age of 23, and interacted with many literature scholars including Soseki NATSUME, Junichiro TANIZAKI, Isamu YOSHII; which was why she came to be called the "Literature geisha."
  305. She took over huge estates such as; most parts of Hachijoin-ryo (estates of Hachijo-in) from her father, Emperor Gotakakurain.
  306. She took over the seat of her husband, Bob MATSUI (mentioned later) after his death.
  307. She took the last half of the GP tests and passed the exams.
  308. She took the opportunity to steal the oval treasure and made her escape, the dragons in pursuit.
  309. She took the title Tosanjoin upon becoming nyoin (or retired empress).
  310. She took this opportunity to learn saikin skills under saikin craftsman Kisho KITAMURA.
  311. She toured Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Austria, France, and so on.
  312. She travels to Ise.
  313. She tried to show the teachings of Buddhism by practicing herself that the world is transient, everything is changing and there are no permanent things.
  314. She tries to enter the building, but the court ladies stop and bully her terribly.
  315. She tries to put on a show to protect Yohei.
  316. She trusted Golden with her secrets, but Golden betrayed her in order to write a bestseller.
  317. She tugged hard at her lifeline and those above the sea pulled up the rope, and the diver floated to the surface.
  318. She underwent Judai (marriage to the imperial court) to the Imperial Prince Nariakira (Emperor Murakami) in 940.
  319. She underwent Judai (marry into the imperial court) to Emperor Reizei as the Joganden (official imperial residence of the empress) in 968.
  320. She underwent the Judai (marriage to the emperor) to Imperial Prince Sadahito (Emperor Shirakawa) on April 17, 1071.
  321. She unwillingly begins a relationship with the Minister of the Imperial Guard.
  322. She used Saikaku IHARA's gazoku-setchu style (a mixture of elegant and common language) to describe the behavior of women in the Meiji period and the resulting sorrow.
  323. She used her pen name 'Ichiyo' for the first time in an essay written that same year.
  324. She used to be a singer and a member of the J-pop group Super Monkeys.
  325. She used to wear colored costumes after her enthronement, a piece of the cloth from her costume is kept at Kokugakuin University.
  326. She used to write in her diary everyday, her diary was published as 'Nashimoto no Miya Empress Itoko's diary' after she died.
  327. She uses only 'Shurei,' as her Gago (pseudonym) in her activities as calligrapher and sumi painter.
  328. She usually passed her purification days, worshipping Iwaidono (a building in which Kami is enshrined) that was found in Saiguryo in the distance.
  329. She usually wears kimono to meet guests.
  330. She visited theaters and actress training institutes in France
  331. She volunteered to be his substitute, and this is said to be the moment when she was possessed by and received a revelation from Tenri O no Mikoto, the Oyagami (God the Parent) who calls himself "God of Origin, God in Truth."
  332. She wailed over the death of the Imperial Prince when he died at the age of 20 ("Eiga Monogatari," the Tale of Glory).
  333. She waited in Ise for a few months until arrangements were made and then returned to Kyoto, accompanied by Hogeshi (an Imperial envoy who welcomed Saigu to the Imperial Family).
  334. She wanted to leave to return to her hometown with her husband.
  335. She was "chugu" (the second consort) of Emperor Nijo & the adoptive mother of Emperor Rokujo.
  336. She was 20 years old.
  337. She was 21 to 22 years old when Emperor Suzaku abdicated and with the completion of her term, the saigu left Ise, and returned to Kyoto together with her mother.
  338. She was 21 years old.
  339. She was 26 years old.
  340. She was 27 years old.
  341. She was 28 years old.
  342. She was 28 years younger than the emperor.
  343. She was 36 years old then.
  344. She was 36 years old.
  345. She was 38 years old.
  346. She was 55 years old at death.
  347. She was 59 years old.
  348. She was 60 years old then.
  349. She was 66 years of age.
  350. She was 68 years old.
  351. She was 69 years old.
  352. She was 73 years old.
  353. She was 74 years old.
  354. She was 77 years old.
  355. She was 88 years old.
  356. She was 92 years old.
  357. She was Chugu (an empress consort) of Emperor Gosuzaku.
  358. She was Chugu (second consort) of Emperor Gofukakusa.
  359. She was Chugu (the second consort of the emperor) of the one hundred and nineteenth Emperor Kokaku.
  360. She was Chugu (the second empress) of Emperor Enyu.
  361. She was Emperess Jito.
  362. She was Emperor Antoku's mother.
  363. She was Emperor Goshirakawa's third Princess.
  364. She was Emperor Reizei's first consort.
  365. She was Emperor Toba's Princess and her mother was Bifukumonin. (Empress, FUJIWARA no Tokushi)
  366. She was Emperor Toba's Princess, and her mother was Bifukumonin FUJIWARA no Nariko (FUJIWARA no Nagazane's daughter).
  367. She was Empress Jito.
  368. She was Empress of Emperor Kanmu, and the mother of Emperor Heizei and Emperor Saga.
  369. She was FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa's wife.
  370. She was Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's elder sister.
  371. She was Hideyoshi, ex-geisha (Japanese professional female entertainer at drinking party) in Shinbashi (Minato Ward, Tokyo.)
  372. She was Imperial Princess Atsuakira (Ko ichijo in).
  373. She was Japan's second female director but this is said to have alienated Kinuyo from Mizoguchi.
  374. She was Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  375. She was Kaiki (patron of a temple in its founding) of the Saisho-ji Temple in the Rinzai sect.
  376. She was Kamo Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines).
  377. She was Kamo-saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrine).
  378. She was MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's favorite concubine.
  379. She was Motoaki TAKEDA's principal wife, but later became one of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's concubines and was called Lady Matsu no maru, Lady Kyogoku, or Lady Nishi no maru.
  380. She was Naishi no Kami (Principal Handmaid) of Emperor Ninko.
  381. She was Naishi no jo (a woman officer who carried the Emperor's sword when he went out).
  382. She was Naishi no tsukasa (female palace attendants) of the 69th Emperor Gosuzaku and the real mother of the 70th Emperor Goreizei.
  383. She was Naishinosuke.
  384. She was Nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court (a consort of an emperor)) of the 59th Emperor Uda and the real mother of the 60th Emperor Daigo, Imperial Prince Atsuyoshi, Imperial Prince Atsukata, Imperial Princess Jushi and Imperial Prince Atsumi.
  385. She was Nyoin (woman bestowed with the title "in").
  386. She was Onna Sannomiya (the third princess) of Ichiin, and a sister of Emperor Kiritsubo with the same mother.
  387. She was Saigu (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of Ise-jingu Shrine) and later became the wife of FUJIWARA no Morosuke.
  388. She was Saigu (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of Ise-jingu Shrine).
  389. She was Saigu (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Ise-jingu Shrine).
  390. She was Saigu (an Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of Ise-jingu Shrine).
  391. She was Saigu during the reign of the Emperor Suzaku.
  392. She was Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines), also known as the Rokujo Saiin.
  393. She was Saio, also referred to Itsukinomiya (an unmarried princess who, in former times, was sent by the emperor to serve at Ise Shrine) and later became Emperor Kanmu's Empress.
  394. She was Shizuka Gozen's mother.
  395. She was TACHIBANA no Naramaro's grandchild and TACHIBANA no Kiyotomo's daughter.
  396. She was TAIRA no Kiyomori's officially recognized wife.
  397. She was To no Chujo's lawful wife.
  398. She was Yugiri's lawful wife.
  399. She was a Bunin/Fujin (consort of the emperor) of the Emperor Temmu, and was Imperial Prince Niitabe's mother.
  400. She was a Chief Councillor of State and FUJIWARA no Akitoki's daughter.
  401. She was a Chugu (the second consort of an emperor) of the seventy-sixth Emperor Konoe.
  402. She was a Hin (an imperial wife of the lowest rank) of Emperor Tenmu.
  403. She was a Joro Nyobo (high rank lady servant in the Imperial Court) serving FUJIWARA no Shoshi, the second consort of Emperor Ichijo, and became a wet nurse for Emperor Goichijo after Shoshi gave birth.
  404. She was a Kamo Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines).
  405. She was a Kamo-Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines).
  406. She was a Koran girl who was taken to Japan during the Bunroku Campaign.
  407. She was a Nyobo (a court lady) who served the Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Sukehito
  408. She was a Nyogo (a consort) of the Emperor Momozono and the biological mother of the Emperor Gomomozono and Fushimi no Miya Prince Sadamochi.
  409. She was a Princess of the 73rd Emperor, Horikawa, and her mother is not known.
  410. She was a Saigu (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Ise-jingu Shrine).
  411. She was a Sonsho Kogo (Empress who is not a wife of the Emperor).
  412. She was a Tomomasa's daughter and married with Norifusa UESUGI.
  413. She was a beautiful lady and exactly like Kiritsubo no Koi (lower class court lady).
  414. She was a beautiful, modest, and gentle woman, and had the virtue of a mother.
  415. She was a big fan of Yumeji, and thus visited his store 'Minatoya esoshi-ten' to learn about painting, resulting in their relationship.
  416. She was a chugu (the second consort of an emperor) of the seventy seventh generation, Emperor Goshirakawa.
  417. She was a concubine of Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, the third Shogun of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and the biological mother of Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, the fifth shogun.
  418. She was a concubine of Kagekatsu UESUGI, and the birth mother of Sadakatsu UESUGI.
  419. She was a concubine of Sadatoki HOJO, ninth shikken (regent) of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  420. She was a concubine of Takafusa REIZEI at first, and later became a favorite mistress of the Emperor Takakura who fell in love with her at first sight.
  421. She was a concubine of Udaijin (Minister of the Right) MINAMOTO no Akifusa.
  422. She was a concubine of Yoshinori ASHIKAGA who was the sixth Shogun of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  423. She was a concubine of the Emperor Komei.
  424. She was a concubine of the second Shogun of the Kamakura bakufu, MINAMOTO no Yoriie.
  425. She was a consort of Emperor Kanmu.
  426. She was a consort of the former crown prince in the era of Emperor Kiritsubo and her name comes from the fact that she had a residence in the vicinity of Rokujo Kyogoku.
  427. She was a court lady during the late Heian period.
  428. She was a court lady in the late Nara period.
  429. She was a court lady of Emperor Toba.
  430. She was a court lady serving Emperor Gofukakusa and also his lover.
  431. She was a cousin of Masamune DATE.
  432. She was a cousin of OTOMO no Yakamochi, and later became his wife.
  433. She was a daughter (probably the eldest) of Udaijin at the time of the Emperor Kiritsubo, and was the first empress married to Kiritsubo when he was still the crown prince.
  434. She was a daughter between FUJIWARA no Fuhito and Agata no INUKAI no Michiyo (ACHIBANA no Michiyo) and FUJIWARA no Miyako, mother of Emperor Shomu, was her paternal half-sister.
  435. She was a daughter between the Emperor Bidatsu and the Empress Suiko.
  436. She was a daughter of Anahobe no hashihitohime and Prince Tame and a younger maternal half-sister of Prince Umayado.
  437. She was a daughter of Arizumi ROKUJO, who was a noble.
  438. She was a daughter of Choji KATSURAYAMA, who was a great-grandchild of Shingen TAKEDA.
  439. She was a daughter of Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), FUJIWARA no Kinnari and was adopted by Dainagon (chief councilor of state), FUJIWARA no Yoshinobu.
  440. She was a daughter of Dainagon (chief councilor of state) FUJIWARA no Michitsuna.
  441. She was a daughter of Emperor Yomei and it is believed that her mother was a daughter of Tagimanokura no Obito Hiro, Ihimenoko (according to "Kojiki").
  442. She was a daughter of FUJIWARA no Akinaga (a child of FUJIWARA no Korechika).
  443. She was a daughter of FUJIWARA no Tametoki, governor of Echigo Province, and her mother was a daughter of FUJIWARA no Tamenobu from Settsu Province, but she lost her mother when she was little.
  444. She was a daughter of FUJIWARA no Tanetsugu of the Fujiwara shiki family.
  445. She was a daughter of FUJIWARA no Tsugukage, who was Ise no kami (the governor of Ise Province).
  446. She was a daughter of Fukutomo (副知) KURATANI, a senior vassal of the Asakura clan.
  447. She was a daughter of Hidekatsu TOYOTOMI and was Yukiie KUJO's lawful wife.
  448. She was a daughter of Hisamichi KONOE, who held the title of Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor).
  449. She was a daughter of Hisatoki HOJO and Moritoki HOJO, who was the last Shikken (regent) of the Kamakura bakufu, was her elder brother.
  450. She was a daughter of IGA no Tomomitsu, who was a gozoku (a member of a local ruling family) from the FUJIWARA no Hidesato house based in the Kanto region.
  451. She was a daughter of KI no Funamori, Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  452. She was a daughter of Kamoo who was a son of Kotoshiro nushi (a Japanese ancient god).
  453. She was a daughter of Kaneto NAKAHARA (Chuza gon no kami), who was a local ruling family in the Shinano Province, and MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka's favorite concubine.
  454. She was a daughter of Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) Masahiro TAKATSUKASA, and her mother was Ie no Nyobo (a lady-in-waiting).
  455. She was a daughter of Kanpaku Dajodaijin (the imperial regent and grand minister) Uchisaki KONOE.
  456. She was a daughter of Kenshoin.'
  457. She was a daughter of Kinto YOTSUTSUJI.
  458. She was a daughter of MINAMOTO no Yoriie, who was the second seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") of the Kamakura bakufu.
  459. She was a daughter of MINU no Okimi and AGATA no Inukai no Michiyo, and her brothers were TACHIBANA no Moroe and TACHIBANA no Sai.
  460. She was a daughter of Masahiro TAKATSUKASA, Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor).
  461. She was a daughter of Mokuryo ISE no Okina.
  462. She was a daughter of Nagamasa AZAI who was a warring lord of Omi Province.
  463. She was a daughter of Norihira TAKATSUKASA who was Sadaijin (minister of the left) Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  464. She was a daughter of OTOMO no Murajinukate.
  465. She was a daughter of OTOMO no Yasumaro and ISHIKAWA no Uchimyobu.
  466. She was a daughter of Osada no Okimi and Nukatabe no himemiko, and a wife of Prince Umayado.
  467. She was a daughter of Owari no Oji, a son of the Emperor Bidatsu and her grandmother was the Empress Suiko.
  468. She was a daughter of Oyamatsumi, and Iwanaga-hime was her older sister.
  469. She was a daughter of Oyamatsumi, and her name was Kamuatatsuhime, with an alternate name of Konohana Sakuyabime.
  470. She was a daughter of Oyamazumi and became the second wife of Susanoo, after Kushinada-hime, giving birth to two sons, Ukanomitama, 'Inari-shin' (the god of the harvest) and Otoshi no Kami (god of the incoming year).
  471. She was a daughter of Prince Umayado and Kashiwadenominoiratsume.
  472. She was a daughter of Sakuramachi chunagon (vice-councilor of state) FUJIWARA no Shigenori, and a granddaughter of FUJIWARA no Michinori.
  473. She was a daughter of Shigemitsu HINO.
  474. She was a daughter of TACHIBANA no Sai, Shoshiinoge Chugushiki (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade, office of the consort's household).
  475. She was a daughter of TAKASHINA no Narinobu, who held the title of Chikuzen no kuni no kami (Governor of Chikuzen Province).
  476. She was a daughter of Tajima no kuni no kami (Governor of Tajima Province) FUJIWARA no Takakata and a sister of FUJIWARA no Tamefusa.
  477. She was a daughter of To no chujo (elder brother of Aoi no ue).
  478. She was a daughter of Tsunehaya KASHUJI, Gon Dainagon (Provisional Chief Councilor of State).
  479. She was a daughter of Yoshikazu HIKI, a gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  480. She was a daughter of a Kokushi (officer of local government) in Settsu Province called FUJIWARA no Nakamasa.
  481. She was a daughter of chunagon daijodaijin (grand minister of state) FUJIWARA no Nagazane and MINAMOTO no Masako, a daughter of sadaijin (minister of the left) MINAMOTO no Toshifusa.
  482. She was a daughter of the Dainagon (chief councilor of state) FUJIWARA no Suenari, who was of the Kanin line.
  483. She was a daughter of the Gyobukyo (Minister of Justice), FUJIWARA no Norikata.
  484. She was a daughter of the first regent Tokimasa HOJO.
  485. She was a daughter of the governor of Echizen, OE no Masamune.
  486. She was a daugther of Tomomune HIKI who was a Gokenin (a vassal of the shogunate) of the Kamakura Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  487. She was a descendant of Emperor Daigo.
  488. She was a descendant of Emperor Kanmu, and her father was Shikibukyo no Miya (the Highness of Ceremonial), Imperial Prince Nakano.
  489. She was a descendant of FUJIWARA no Kanesuke of FUJIWARA no Yoshikado line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, and a daughter of Shinano no kuni no kami (Governor of Shinano Province) FUJIWARA no Koretsuna.
  490. She was a descendant of FUJIWARA no Takaie, a son of Nakanokanpaku (the Middle Regent) FUJIWARA no Michitaka.
  491. She was a devout Buddhist and offered furniture such as Karabitsu (container with ornament) in March 742, and "Yakushi-kyo Sutra" in May 746 respectively to Horyu-ji Temple.
  492. She was a devout Buddhist, so that she deeply deplored this situation.
  493. She was a devout believer of Jodo (Pure Land) sect.
  494. She was a docile and well-natured Imperial princess.
  495. She was a famous female shaman of Ryukyu Kingdom.
  496. She was a former Saigu.
  497. She was a geisha in okiya (geisha dwelling) named Harumoto in Akasaka, Tokyo (Minato Ward, Tokyo).
  498. She was a grandaunt of Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Chikako.
  499. She was a grandchild from a daughter married into another family of Masakatsu SAIGO.
  500. She was a grandchild of Emperor Ichijo
  501. She was a granddaughter of Agata no INUKAI no Michiyo, and a niece of TACHIBANA no Moroe, Shoichii Sadaijin (Senior First Rank, Minister of the Left).
  502. She was a great hit in Paris society; however, her husband died in 1915.
  503. She was a great-great-granddaughter of Toshimoto.
  504. She was a half sister of Emperor Suzaku and Emperor Murakami by a different mother, and Imperial Prince Tsuneakira, Imperial Prince Noriakira, Imperial Prince Ariakira, Imperial Princess Keishi (or Yoshiko) and Imperial Princess Seishi (or Tadako, Kiyoko) by the same mother.
  505. She was a half sister of the Emperors Heizei, Saga, and Junna.
  506. She was a high court woman official, who was known as Kenshunmonin Minbukyo no tsubone (Woman Director of the Popular Affairs Office) or Tonoin no tsubone (Woman Official).
  507. She was a high-ranking lady in the court, the Empress dowager and Nyoin (an honorific title for the mother of an emperor, etc)
  508. She was a kajin and two of her poems were selected for "the Goshui Wakashu" (Later Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poetry).
  509. She was a lady with a warm personality.
  510. She was a lady's maid of Yodo-dono, and later escaped from the castle together with Senhime, and served Sugenin and Senhime, mother and daughter.
  511. She was a lady-in-waiting for FUJIWARA no Onshi, the empress of the Emperor Daigo, and she had intimate relationships with FUJIWARA no Atsutada, FUJIWARA no Morosuke, FUJIWARA no Asatada, and MINAMOTO no Shitago.
  512. She was a lawful wife of Nobuyasu MATSUDAIRA.
  513. She was a lawful wife of TACHIBANA no Moroe and a mother of TACHIBANA no Naramaro.
  514. She was a leading figure of 'Shichininshu' (the seven girls) in Rokujo Misuji-machi.
  515. She was a legal wife of Sadauji ASHIKAGA.
  516. She was a legal wife of Takatsugu KYOGOKU, the head of Kyogoku family which was descended from Omi-Genji (Minamoto clan) and thrived in the Muromachi period as a military governor and one of the Four major feudal lords who worked for Muromachi Shogunate Government.
  517. She was a legitimate wife of Prince Shotoku; It is sometimes said that she was TOJIKO no iratsume who was the real mother of Prince Yamashiro no oe.
  518. She was a lover of the head of Shinsengumi, Keisuke YAMANAMI.
  519. She was a maidservant to Yodo-dono (Lady Yodo), and later to Hideyori TOYOTOMI, and ranked as a dai-joro (the upper grade ladies-in-waiting for Sento [the Palace for a Retired Emperor] and Sekkan-ke [the families which produced regents]).
  520. She was a master of the Wagon (Japanese harp) and So (stringed instruments).
  521. She was a maternal half-sister of Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  522. She was a member of a large family comprised of seven uterine siblings, including Emperor Gosai, and 23 agnate siblings, including three emperors: Meisho, Gokomyo and Reigen.
  523. She was a member of the 19th class in Takarazuka Shojo Kagekidan together with Shidare ITOI and Tomiko HATTORI.
  524. She was a member of the FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa family.
  525. She was a member of the Hino clan.
  526. She was a member of the Imperial family and a poet of the Chinese poems in early Heian period.
  527. She was a member of the Murakami-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  528. She was a mistress to Emperor Godaigo.
  529. She was a mother of FUJIWARA no Momokawa.
  530. She was a mother of FUJIWARA no Nariko, who had the title of Bifukumon-in (Empress to Emperor Toba and birth mother of Emperor Konoe).
  531. She was a mother of Prince Umayado.
  532. She was a mother of the bothers Takauji ASHIKAGA and Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA.
  533. She was a niece of 1.
  534. She was a niece of Moriya.
  535. She was a niece of Nobunaga ODA.
  536. She was a niece-in-law of Kasuga no tsubone, who dominated O-oku (inner halls of Edo Castle where the wife of the Shogun and her servants reside) in the same period, and served as an assistant asked by Kasuga no tsubone.
  537. She was a nominated poet of Chokusen Wakashu (anthologies of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command) whose tanka poem appeared in "Kinyo Wakashu" (Kinyo Collection of Japanese Poems) (the second version, poem number: 589)
  538. She was a nyogo (a consort of an emperor) of Emperor Suzaku.
  539. She was a nyogo (consort) of Emperor Reizei, and Emperor Kazan's mother.
  540. She was a paternal half-sister of FUJIWARA no Koretada, FUJIWARA no Kanemichi, FUJIWARA no Kaneie, FUJIWARA no Kinsue, FUJIWARA no Anshi (Emperor Murakami's Chugu (the second consort of the Emperor)), MINAMOTO no Takaakira's wife (MINAMOTO no Toshikata's mother), etc.
  541. She was a perfect replacement for the late Koi and got the affection of the Emperor.
  542. She was a poet of great skill, but her style of poetry also had profound lyricism.
  543. She was a princess of Emperor Heizei, and her mother was a court lady, zo jusanmi (Junior Third Rank, posthumously conferred), ISE no Tsugiko (daughter of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) Mokuryo (Bureau of Carpentry) ISE no Okina).
  544. She was a princess of Koichijoin, Imperial Prince Atsuakira, and her mother was a daughter of Shimotsuke no kuni no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province) MINAMOTO no Masataka (.Lady Ruri).
  545. She was a princess of the Emperor Kinmei.
  546. She was a princess of the Imperial Prince Fushiminomiya.
  547. She was a princess with Sanbon (the third rank for an Imperial Princess) Shikibukyo no Miya (the Highness of Ceremonies) Imperial Prince Atsukata (prince of Koichijoin Imperial Prince Atsuakira).
  548. She was a rare star who somehow got along with Nakahira and visited his house.
  549. She was a saigu (the ancient imperial princesses serving at the Ise-jingu Shrine).
  550. She was a sei-shain (regular member) of Japanese Red Cross Society.
  551. She was a shirabyoshi (dancer prostitute).
  552. She was a shirabyoshi (traditional Japanese dancer).
  553. She was a sister of Murasaki no ue by a different mother.
  554. She was a sister of TACHIBANA no Hayanari, TACHIBANA no Nagana, TACHIBANA no Nagatsugu, TACHIBANA no Tamurako (a court lady of the Emperor Kanmu) among others, and a cousin of TACHIBANA no Kachiko, the Empress Danrin (the Empress of Emperor Saga).
  555. She was a sister to Emperor Heizei, Emperor Saga, Emperor Junna, by a different mother, and Imperial Prince Nakano, Imperial Princess Oi, Imperial Princess Ki, Imperial Princess Yoshihara were her siblings by different mothers.
  556. She was a sister to Emperor Suzaku and Emperor Murakami by a different mother, and Imperial Princess Nagaakira, Imperial Prince Kaneakira, and MINAMOTO no Yoriakira were her siblings by the same mother.
  557. She was a sister to Saigu (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Ise-jingu Shrine) Princess Takako.
  558. She was a sister-uterine of Emperor Yozei and Imperial Prince Sadayasu.
  559. She was a stepmother of TAIRA no Kiyomori.
  560. She was a strict old woman who was the aunt of Kanshojo and the real mother of Princess Kariya.
  561. She was a strong-minded woman as seen in a story that after Hideyoshi was appointed to Kanpaku, she had a quarrel with him using Owari Province accent in front of many daimyos (feudal lords).
  562. She was a superstar who bolstered the Japanese cinema world from its dawning age as well as one of the greatest actresses represented in the history of Japanese movies.
  563. She was a talented writer and left many books like the Shinki, Shinkan, and Goeiso as well as "The Kinchu Nenju no Koto" (Things not allowed inside the Imperial Palace throughout the year).
  564. She was a triple crown winner, with her films winning prizes from three major world film festivals (Cannes, Venice and Berlin) (see below).
  565. She was a wet nurse of Emperor Rokujo.
  566. She was a wet nurse of Gotakakura-in (Imperial Prince Morisada).
  567. She was a wife of Emperor Sanjo when he was the Crown Prince.
  568. She was a wife of Emperor Tenmu (according to some accounts, she was an uneme, a woman from a provincial official or notable family sent to court as a maid-in-waiting).
  569. She was a wife of FUJIWARA no Toyonari who was Udaijin.
  570. She was a wife of Imperial Prince Fushiminomiya Kuniie.
  571. She was a wife of Kuhyodo Hitoami ISOGAI, the founder of flower arrangement of Miyako Koryu school.
  572. She was a wife of Masayuki FUKUSHIMA and had a son Naohide DAIDOJI.
  573. She was a wife of Morinaga ADACHI who was gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  574. She was a wife of Nagamasa ASAI of Omi Province and later became a wife of Katsuie SHIBATA, a retainer of the Oda clan.
  575. She was a wife of Nobuyasu MATSUDAIRA.
  576. She was a wife of OE no Kiyomichi and her child was OE no Sadatsune.
  577. She was a wife of OTOMO no Yasumaro, and the mother of OTOMO no Sakanoue no Iratsume and OTOMO no Inakimi.
  578. She was a wife of Oshisaka no Hikohito no Oenomiko.
  579. She was a wife of Prince Shotoku.
  580. She was a wife of Princess Umayado.
  581. She was a wife of Satomori ONO, jizamurai (local samurai) in Tango Province.
  582. She was a wife of TAIRA no Michimori.
  583. She was a wife of Umako and mother of Iruka and Tojiko no irazume.
  584. She was a wife of Yoshiyasu ICHIJO.
  585. She was a wife of the Prince Shotoku, but it is believed that she died shortly after her marriage.
  586. She was a wife of the third Shogun of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  587. She was a woman filled with talent, sexiness, and vitality.
  588. She was a woman in the early Kamakura period and a nyobo (court ladies) who served gosho (formal way of calling the residence of a member of the imperial family, shogun or minister) of real mother of Yasutoki HOJO.
  589. She was a woman in the early Kamakura period, a daughter of Tokimasa HOJO, a menoto (wet nurse) of MINAMOTO no Sanetomo and a wife of Zenjo ANO.
  590. She was a woman of 'yorozumono no jozu' (being good at various musical instruments), and taught Yugiri and Kumoi no Kari how to play the instruments.
  591. She was a younger maternal half-sister.
  592. She was a younger maternal sister of Emperor Seiwa.
  593. She was a younger paternal half-sister of Emishi.
  594. She was a younger paternal half-sister of Uji no Oikimi and Naka no kimi and closely resembled O no kimi.
  595. She was a younger sister of Atanoobashi.
  596. She was a younger sister of Emperor Horikawa by a different mother.
  597. She was a younger sister of FUJIWARA no Fuhito, HIKAMI no Otoji.
  598. She was a younger sister of Kanemitsu HIGUCHI and Kanehira IMAI.
  599. She was a younger sister of Nobunaga ODA and she had many other brothers and sisters (various theories exist for each).
  600. She was a younger sister of Shikino agatanushi hae (a father of Akutohime who became a wife of Emperor Annei).
  601. She was a younger sister of the Emperor Tenchi and an older sister of the Emperor Tenmu.
  602. She was a younger sister-uterine of Emishi.
  603. She was able to receive a tuition exemption with help from Clara, a daughter of Sen's acquaintance, William Cogswell Whitney, who was in the Japanese commercial education business, and also got permission from the principle Shigeki NISHIMURA to study in the United States for two years.
  604. She was about 22 or 23 years old.
  605. She was acquainted with FUJIWARA no Onshi, nyogo (a consort of emperor) of Emperor Uda, and the following waka poem was compiled in Kokin Wakashu (A collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry).
  606. She was active as Tayu of Shimabara, and passed away in December, 1987.
  607. She was active in a wide range of works such as architecture, temple walls, spatial decoration, and saikin added to 'Koru Koin' doors in the dinner room of Kyoto State Guest House called 'Japanese Wisteria Room.'
  608. She was adapted by the Hasegawa family in Ueda-cho when she was six years old (age by the traditional Japanese system) and graduated from a common elementary school in Ueda in 1900.
  609. She was adopted by Emperor Gosaga.
  610. She was adopted by FUJIWARA no Yorimichi and became the Empress of Emperor Gosuzaku.
  611. She was adopted by Josaimonin, Imperial Princess Muneko.
  612. She was adopted by TAIRA no Norishige.
  613. She was adopted by Yoshimune TOKUGAWA and married Nobusumi MATSUDAIRA.
  614. She was adopted by a fancy Japanese-style restaurant Hananoya's lady owner Hana UCHIDA at her wish to succeed the place when she was seven and began all sorts of training in traditional arts that include shamisen (a three-stringed Japanese banjo), Japanese dancing, flower arrangement and so forth.
  615. She was adopted by her aunt's husband Nagakatsu ASANO in Tsushima, Kaito-gun County in Owari Province (present-day Tsushima City).
  616. She was adopted by her uncle Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and in 1599, she married Masayuki FUKUSHIMA (the seventh son of Shigemune BESSHO, the husband of Masanori's older sister), the adopted heir of Masanori FUKUSHIMA.
  617. She was adopted by her uncle, Kiyokazu SAIGO.
  618. She was against the Siberian Intervention by stating that such an act would arouse suspicions that Japan had territorial ambitions, resulting in impoverishment of people's lives again caused by foreign loans in the Russo-Japanese War.
  619. She was age 70.
  620. She was also Mitsuji the first.
  621. She was also Mitsuji the second.
  622. She was also a 4世孫 of Hikoimasu no miko and mother of Emperor Ojin.
  623. She was also a female warring lord, who supported her son in law, Yoshimura AKAMATSU, assuming responsibility for his upbringing as a guardian.
  624. She was also a prominent thinker of the principle of reverence for the Emperor and a scholar of the study of Chinese classics and later became an education grand master (tutor) to Haruko ICHIJO (later to become Empress Dowager Shoken).
  625. She was also an adopted daughter of Dainagon (chief councilor) Sadanori ROKUJO.
  626. She was also an aunt and mother-in-law of OTOMO no Yakamochi.
  627. She was also an aunt of Hikaru Genji.
  628. She was also asked for her hand by Niou no Miya later, and after much anguish, she attempted to drown herself.
  629. She was also awarded the imperial title "Jugo" (a title next highest to empress).
  630. She was also called "Anyoni."
  631. She was also called "Sotooshi no iratsume" or "Sotooshi no okimi."
  632. She was also called "Takakura-Sanmi" due to her residence being located at Sanjo Takakura.
  633. She was also called 'Chujo,' 'Bensaisyo Ako Dai-joro,' 'Wago no Kata,' or 'Wago no Tsubone.'
  634. She was also called 'Meshi-dono' (Mrs. Meshi), 'Tsubone-dono' (Mrs. Lady of Authority), 'Akamatsu uba no tsubone' (Granny of authority Akamatsu), etc.
  635. She was also called 'Moitori.'
  636. She was also called 'Shoko Iratsume.'
  637. She was also called Amatsukuru Hime Mikoto, Oamahirume Hime no Mikoto, and Hime Mikoto.
  638. She was also called Bifukumonin no Kaga, because she served Bifukumonin (FUJIWARA no Tokushi).
  639. She was also called Bosatsuni or Intokuni.
  640. She was also called Empress Sai-in.
  641. She was also called Gofukakusa-in no Ben no Naishi.
  642. She was also called Ichi no Miya no Kii and Kii no Kimi.
  643. She was also called Ioe no iratsume, or FUJIWARA no Otoji (Bunin FUJIWARA).
  644. She was also called Kajime.
  645. She was also called Kamo no Saio or Kamo no Saiin.
  646. She was also called Kannonin Empress Dowager because she founded Kannon-in at Kitaiwakurayama Daiun-ji Temple (Kyoto City).
  647. She was also called Kayanosaiin, Oi no Mikado nosaiin.
  648. She was also called Kokuannyo, 黒夜天, 暗夜天, 黒夜神, another name "Kokuni" (K?lakarN?, meaning of unhappiness and misfortune) and so on, and it originally means "the night of the world end" in the original language.
  649. She was also called Komyoshi or Tosanjo.
  650. She was also called Matsumushi-hime (Princess Matsumushi).
  651. She was also called Miyatsuko-hime or Minotsuko no iratsume.
  652. She was also called Natsu (written in hiragana) and Natsuko.
  653. She was also called Nijo no Kisaki.
  654. She was also called Oei.
  655. She was also called Okatadono, an honorific title given to the mother of a noble man.
  656. She was also called Okikugozen.
  657. She was also called Ona-a, Onou, or Kona.
  658. She was also called Shigenoi Miyasudokoro (consort of the emperor).
  659. She was also called Shokushi BOMON.
  660. She was also called TACHIBANA no Michiyo.
  661. She was also called Takanuno Sumeramikoto, Takano-himeno Sumeramikoto, and Yamatoneko no Sumeramikoto.
  662. She was also called Tatsuji or Otatsu.
  663. She was also called Tenrinin.
  664. She was also called To no Sanmi, Echigo no Ben, or Ben no Menoto (nurse of Imperial Princess Teishi).
  665. She was also clever with her hands, especially good at making a raised cloth pictures.
  666. She was also criticized for her jealousy.
  667. She was also enshrined in Kashii-gu Shrine and Hakozakigu Shrine in Fukuoka City where she had close ties to, Umi-hachimangu Shrine in Umi cho Fukuoka Prefecture, and Seibo-gu Shrine in Iki City.
  668. She was also known as "Higashi Shichijo no kisaki" or "Shichijo no kisaki."
  669. She was also known as "Horikawa Chugu."
  670. She was also known as "Shijo no miya."
  671. She was also known as ' Fujinowake no Hiromushime.'
  672. She was also known as 'Ichijoin Kogogu (Ichijoin Empress).'
  673. She was also known as GENJI no Miyasudokoro and HYOBU no Nyogo.
  674. She was also known as Oima.
  675. She was also known as Sanjo-dono.
  676. She was also known as Taiza okisaki (the Taiza Empress).
  677. She was also known as Takakura-Sanmi no Tsubone.
  678. She was also known as Ume-no-Miya and Sawa-no-Miya.
  679. She was also known as a woman of great beauty.
  680. She was also noted as Genyo Naishinno (Imperial Princess Genyo) or Rinkyu-ji no Miya (Imperial Princess of Rinkyu-ji Temple).
  681. She was also one of the Thirty-six Immortal Poets, and one of her poems was selected for "Hyakunin Isshu" (one hundred waka poems by one hundred poets).
  682. She was also referred to as 鏡女王.
  683. She was also said to have been the daughter of Tomooki WAKAMIYA, or alternatively the daughter of Morikazu ENDO.
  684. She was also the second female movie director in Japan.
  685. She was also told that he had a friendly relationship with Soseki NATSUME.
  686. She was also very intelligent, and completely memorized twenty volumes of "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry).
  687. She was also well known as 'a woman with many loves,' with relationships including her cohabitation with and spilt from director Hiroshi SHIMIZU as well as her romance with Keio University Baseball Club headliner Shigeru MIZUHARA.
  688. She was also well known for her beauty, and there are many anecdotes such as Nanakomachi, which are often used as the subject matter of Noh and Joruri (dramatic ballad).
  689. She was also well versed in Waka (a form of Japanese traditional poetry), and her works were selected in acollection of poems, "Fugashu."
  690. She was always busy weaving hagoromo (feather-robes) of unkin (clouds and brocade) and had no time to make herself up.
  691. She was an Empress Dowager.
  692. She was an Imperial descendant of Emperor Gosanjo.
  693. She was an Imperial descendant of Emperor Sanjo, and was a daughter of Koichijoin, Imperial Prince Atsuakira.
  694. She was an Imperial princess of Emperor Richu or a princess of Prince Ichinobe no Oshihano and after the death of the twenty-second Emperor Seinei she is said to have addressed affairs of state temporarily.
  695. She was an Ise Saigu (a vestal virgin princess serving at Ise-jingu Shrine).
  696. She was an Ise Saigu (vestal virgin princess serving at Ise-jingu Shrine).
  697. She was an Umayado's aunt.
  698. She was an adopted child of Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) FUJIWARA no Tsunemune.
  699. She was an adopted daughter of Bifukumonin FUJIWARA no Nariko and FUJIWARA no Tadamichi.
  700. She was an aunt of a Bussi (sculptor of Buddhist Statues) named KURATSUKURI no Tori.
  701. She was an elder sister of Hanshiro, the second, and her real name was Kuni.
  702. She was an elderly waiting woman for Futohime.
  703. She was an empress in the main text of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), and a daughter of Ikisomimi no mikoto.
  704. She was an excellent urabe (diviner) and she resembled her mother, Hashihito no Himemiko closely.
  705. She was an imperial descendant of Emperor Daigo.
  706. She was an imperial descendant of Emperor Montoku, and her father was Udaijin (Minister of the Right) MINAMOTO no Yoshiari.
  707. She was an imperial descendant of Emperor Ninmyo, and was a daughter of Imperial Prince Motoyasu.
  708. She was an older maternal half-sister of Empress Genmei.
  709. She was an older paternal half-sister of OTOMO no SAKANOUE no Oiratsume and SAKANOUE no Otoiratsume.
  710. She was an older sister of Emperor Monmu.
  711. She was an older sister of Michitaka KUJO, Minister of the Left, as well as an aunt of Empress Dowager Teimei.
  712. She was an older sister of OHARA no Otoji.
  713. She was an older sister of OTOMO no Inakimi and younger paternal half-sister of OTOMO no Tabito.
  714. She was an older sister-uterine of the Emperor Kanmu.
  715. She was appointed Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), Jusango (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress) in 1521.
  716. She was appointed as Chugu in April 6, 1794.
  717. She was appointed as Kamo saiin by fortune telling when she was four years old in 810.
  718. She was appointed as Naishi no suke (a court lady of the first rank) in April 1179 and was given the title of Sochi no tenji then Sochi no suke.
  719. She was appointed from muhon (without a court rank) to nihon (the second court rank for Imperial Princes) in 747.
  720. She was appointed to Empress when Imperial Prince Yoshihito ascended to the throne.
  721. She was appointed to Ise no saigu (Saigu of the Ise-jingu Shrine) by fortune-telling on October 10, 721 when she was five.
  722. She was appointed to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) Naishinojo (a woman officer who carries Emperor's sword when she goes out) in 889.
  723. She was appointed to Naishi no Kami (Principal Handmaid) in 1018.
  724. She was appointed to Naishi no tsukasa (female palace attendants) in 1012.
  725. She was appointed to Saiin by fortunetelling at the same time when her father, Emperor Gosuzaku succeeded to the throne, and entered into Shosaiin (Hall of Initial Abstinence) on May 7, 1037.
  726. She was appointed to shihon (the fourth rank for an Imperial Princess) in 817, and became a priest in 849.
  727. She was armed with eight small-caliber guns.
  728. She was arrogant and had aesthetic sentiments.
  729. She was asked about the monk's name again, but she answered that she had forgotten it.
  730. She was asked by Yorikuni to become his second wife.
  731. She was asked to be the model of sculptures.
  732. She was assigned with the Jo rank (court rank) of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and Naishi no tsukasa (Palace Attendants Office) in December 1004.
  733. She was at Junior Third Rank.
  734. She was at first Emperor Tenchi's wife, but later became a legal wife of FUJIWARA no Kamatari.
  735. She was attended by her father and her husband at the time of her death at the age of 23.
  736. She was awarded jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  737. She was awarded the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  738. She was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1246.
  739. She was awarded the rank of nihon (the second court rank for Imperial Princes).
  740. She was beautiful, elegant, intelligent and well educated but acted superior to others and when Genji eventually found it difficult to deal with her, the intervals between their meetings became longer and longer.
  741. She was beautiful, gentle and sincere in nature, trusted greatly by Ieyasu, and liked by the surrounding vassals as well as her maids.
  742. She was beheaded by Asaemon YAMADA, the eighth, as the last female criminal commanded to death by decapitation in Japan.
  743. She was believed to be Naishi no Kami (Principal Handmaid) and nyogo of Emperor Sanjo.
  744. She was betto of Mikushige-dono to serve for FUJIWARA no Teishi (Empress of Emperor Ichijo), her older sister with the same mother and often appeared in "Makura no soshi (the Pillow Book.)"
  745. She was born a daughter of Jirozaemon NIMONJIYA in Nijo, Kyoto City.
  746. She was born and brought up as the daughter of a middle-class court noble, and hoped to serve in the Imperial Court once, but she gets married to Iyo no suke (assistant governor of Iyo Province - the present Aichi Prefecture) as his second wife, who is much older than she.
  747. She was born around 1542 at Kotani-jo Castle as the second daughter to Hisamasa AZAI, the family head of the Azai clan who snatched away power from the Kyogoku clan to rule the Omi Province, and as the older sister to Nagamasa AZAI.
  748. She was born as a daughter of HARUSUMI no Yoshitada, a court noble.
  749. She was born as the daughter of FUJIWARA no Motofusa who was one of the direct descendants of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  750. She was born as the daughter of Jun-daijin (Vice Minister) Norihide KAJUJI in 1464.
  751. She was born as the fifth daughter (the youngest of nine children) of Tota KOBAYASHI who was a warrior class (a samurai belonged to the former Matsushiro Domain) in Kiyono-mura Village, Hanishina-gun County, Nagano Prefecture (presently known as Kiyono, Matsushiro-cho, Nagano City [Nagano Prefecture]).
  752. She was born as the fourth Princess of Emperor Uda.
  753. She was born as the fourth daughter of Nobunaga as her father, although her mother was unknown.
  754. She was born as the oldest daughter of Jihei HATAKEYAMA in Yokosuka, Kamogawa-cho, Nagasa County, Awa Province (present Kamogawa City, Chiba Prefecture) in 1865.
  755. She was born as the second daughter of Kayo NOGUCHI, Kanjogumi (account section) of Zeze clan in Zeze (Otsu City).
  756. She was born as the second daughter of Kazuma YOKOTA from Matsushiro clan in Matsushiro-cho, Hanishina-gun, Nagano Prefecture (present Matsushiro Town, Nagano City [Matsushiro, Nagano Prefecture]).
  757. She was born as the second daughter of Koson OTANI, the 21st head abbot of the Nishi Hongwan-ji Temple, in Kyoto (her mother Fujiko, a concubine of Koson, was born into a warrior class family from Kishu Domain).
  758. She was born as the second princess between Emperor Showa and the Empress Kojun.
  759. She was born as the youngest child of the family descending from Minamoto clan, and her family moved to Yamashina Ward.
  760. She was born at Kamisofue Village, Nakashima-gun, Owari Province (Bisai City, Aichi Prefecture, presently Ichinomiya City).
  761. She was born at Shimokata in Kuroi-jo Castle (Kozen-ji Temple in the city of Tanba) of Tanba province (comprising modern-day Hyogo and Kyoto Prefectures), which is where her father's territory was then located.
  762. She was born at the Minamioji residence in Shimogamo Village, Otagi County, Province of Yamashiro (present-day Shimokamo, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto) and on October 14, 1845, at the age of 13, she became a wife of the Crown Prince, Imperial Prince Osahito (later Emperor Komei), who was 2 years older than her.
  763. She was born between Izanagi and Izanami during kamiumi (birth of the gods).
  764. She was born between an adopted son of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Hidekatsu TOYOTOMI (Kokichi MIYOSHI, the second son of Nisshu, a sister of Hideyoshi) and a daughter between Nagamasa AZAI and Lady Oichi, Sugenin (Go).
  765. She was born circa 1570 in the Odani-jo castle in Omi Province (present Kohoku-cho, Shiga Prefecture).
  766. She was born from Susano's monozane (medium to produce something), so she was declared a child of Susano.
  767. She was born in 1008.
  768. She was born in 1142, and was brought up by TAIRA no Kiyomori's daughter, Masako (Wakasa no Tsubone).
  769. She was born in 1868.
  770. She was born in 1881, the first daughter of Yoshihide KANNO, who was a judge, lawyer and mining business entrepreneur in Kinugasa-cho, Osaka.
  771. She was born in 1920.
  772. She was born in 950 after her father, Emperor Suzaku, abdicated the throne and became an Imperial Princess in September 29 of the same year by Imperial proclamation.
  773. She was born in Asakusa Ward, Tokyo City.
  774. She was born in Edo as the oldest daughter of Shitomi KANEDA who was a hatamoto (direct retainer of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) of the ruined warrior class.
  775. She was born in Gio Village in Omi Province (present-day Yasu City, Shiga Prefecture.)
  776. She was born in Iimori-mura, Yoka no sho, Saga-gun, Hizen Province as the second daughter of the couple of Tsunenobu ISHII (a senior vassal of Takanobu RYUZOJI) and a daughter of the Kuro clan.
  777. She was born in Kaga Province.
  778. She was born in Kai.
  779. She was born in Kochi Prefecture (Tosa Domain at that time).
  780. She was born in Kurayoshi, Hoki Province (Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture) in 1744 to her father, Soken IWAMURO who was a vassal of the Arao clan, a family of chief retainers of the Tottori Domain, and her mother, Orin who was a daughter of an iron wholesaler.
  781. She was born in Kyoto City on January 29, 1907.
  782. She was born in Kyoto City, learned Japanese Art and dyes in college, and married a Buddhist sculptor Kokei ERI.
  783. She was born in Kyoto.
  784. She was born in Maruyama-cho, Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, to father Kumekichi TANAKA and mother Yasu as the youngest of the four sons and four daughters.
  785. She was born in Odani, Omi Province (present-day Shiga Prefecture).
  786. She was born in Omi Province in 1580, as the eldest daughter of Kazutoyo YAMAUCHI and his lawful wife Kenshoin.
  787. She was born in Omi Province.
  788. She was born in Owari Province as a daughter of FUJIWARA no Suenori, who was in charge of Atsuta Daiguji (the highest priest serving at Atsuta-jingu Shrine in Owari Province).
  789. She was born in Sakai City (present-day Sakai Ward), Osaka Prefecture.
  790. She was born in Shiga Prefecture.
  791. She was born in Shimomaki-mura Village, Tone Country, Kozuke Province (present Minakami-machi, Tone-gun, Gunma Prefecture).
  792. She was born in Tokuchi, Yamaguchi City.
  793. She was born in Tokyo Prefecture.
  794. She was born in Tokyo, the third daughter of Prince Kuninomiya Kuniyoshi, and attended Gakushuin Primary School.
  795. She was born in Tokyo.
  796. She was born in Tosa Domain in 1836.
  797. She was born in Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City.
  798. She was born in Yanagibashi, Tokyo and her father was the first generation Toyotake Kazusonotayu who was said to be an originator of Kyogen(farce played during Noh play cycle) Joruri (Ballad drama).
  799. She was born in a merchant family in Matsusaka of Ise-no-kuni Province.
  800. She was born in the Edo period as a daughter of Takamatsunomiya Imperial Prince Yoshihito who was Emperor Gomizunoo's son and became a nyogo (a consort of an emperor) of Emperor Gosai.
  801. She was born in the Fujiwara clan Sueshige school (a descendant of FUJIWARA no Uona) and was a granddaughter of rokujo daibu FUJIWARA no Akisue (1055 - 1123).
  802. She was born in the Mikawa Province.
  803. She was born in the Province of Yamashiro (present-day Kyoto Prefecture).
  804. She was born in the Tosho family of TAIRA no Takamune forces, Kanmu-Heishi (TAIRA clan).
  805. She was born in the Tsuchimikado residence of her father, Masanobu.
  806. She was born in the chapter of 'Takekawa.'
  807. She was born in the mansion of the Sanjo family in Kyoto.
  808. She was born into a family whose ancesters had been samurai, and her older sister ran "Kato Ro," an Ochaya and Okiya (tea house and lodging house where a maiko or geisha lives) in Gion Kobu.
  809. She was born into a poor farmer's house in Tanba province, and was sold to a prostitute house where she met YAMANAMI (Masato SAKAI).
  810. She was born near Daitoku-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  811. She was born on June 18, 1580.
  812. She was born on May 2, 1872 in a nagaya (row house) on the premises of the Tokyo prefectural office (present Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo Prefecture) in Uchisaiwaicho, Ichi shoku, Daini daiku, Tokyo-fu (Tokyo Prefecture).
  813. She was born on the same day as Buddha in 1137.
  814. She was born the second daughter of Kiyomori and his wife, Tokiko.
  815. She was born the second daughter of Sadatoshi SUGIHARA in Owari Province.
  816. She was born the twelfth child of a pawnshop owner Echigoya in Nihonbashi, Tokyo Metropolis.
  817. She was born to Gonpachi YAMAMOTO, who was a gunnery instructor of the Aizu clan, and his wife, Saku.
  818. She was born to Shinjo ITO and Tomoji as their third female daugher in 1942 at Tachikawa City, Tokyo Prefecture.
  819. She was born to a notary public Takeho SHIBATA as her father and Toha NAGATA as her mother at Shiba (Minato Ward, Tokyo).
  820. She was born to be the sixth daughter of Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Naohito in Kyoto on January 20, 1738.
  821. She was born to the Eighth head of the Wakae family (post restoration) as second daughter and her childhood name was known to be 'Fumiko' by some accounts.
  822. She was born when her father KIYOHARA no Motosuke (908 - 990), a noted waka poet and one of the 'Nashitsubo no Gonin (editors of the Gosenshu),' was in his later years.
  823. She was born while Yoritomo was an exile in Izu Province.
  824. She was born with progressive impaired hearing and when she reached adulthood, she was said to have had difficulty in hearing in her left ear.
  825. She was brought up as the princess with the prospect of becoming Empress who was the only daughter of the real wife of a clan eligible for regents and chancellor.
  826. She was brought up by her grandmother Otaki in Nagasaki City until the age of 13.
  827. She was brought up by the parents with much love, and it was said her father, the Cloistered Emperor Toba seriously considered Imperial Princess Akiko to become successor to the throne after Emperor Konoe died in 1155. ("Gukansho" (A Selection of the Opinions of a Fool))
  828. She was brought up in Osaka since this time.
  829. She was buried at Nochi no Tsuki no Wa no Misasagi.
  830. She was buried in Dairin-ji Temple (in Ueda City, Nagano Prefecture) and Dairin-ji Temple (in Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture).
  831. She was buried in Kanei-ji Temple on Mt. Toei.
  832. She was buried in Kazuraki no hanikuchi no oka no misasagi, hanikuchi grave in Shoryoryo (the Bureau for managing imperial mausoleums) in "the Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers).
  833. She was buried in Myoshin-ji Daiju-in Temple (in the precincts of Ryoan-ji Temple).
  834. She was buried in Sakinotatanami no misasagi (Ikoma-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  835. She was buried in Seigan-ji Temple in Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  836. She was buried in Shinagaryo, the same mausoleum as Prince Shotoku's.
  837. She was buried in Teisho-ji Temple.
  838. She was buried in Toshimagaoka Cemetery.
  839. She was buried in Tsukinowa no misasagi at Sennyu-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  840. She was buried in a different temple from Ienari's one.
  841. She was buried in the grave of the Fushiminomiya, in the premises of Shokoku-ji Temple (located in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  842. She was buried in the ground on Mount Noda.
  843. She was buried in the temple, Shunshoin in Ueno, Edo (the present Tokyo).
  844. She was buried next to MINAMOTO no Yoritomo in Jufuku-ji Temple.
  845. She was buried on Mt. Ikoma as was Prince Nagaya.
  846. She was buried on the southern side of Toribeno in accordance with her wishes.
  847. She was buried together with her grandmother, the Empress Kogyoku and her aunt, Hashihito no Himemiko (a younger sister of the Emperor Tenchi [Tenji] and also the empress of the Emperor Kotoku).
  848. She was buried with her husband the Emperor Tenmu, and her ashes were kept in a silver urn.
  849. She was by pedigree a court noble of Kyoto.
  850. She was called "KAWAKAMI no iratsume"(a girl of upriver) because she lived around the upper area of Asuka-gawa River.
  851. She was called 'Ben no sanmi,' which may be because her father Takakata was benkan (an official of the Dajokan).
  852. She was called 'Goshudensama' when her husband's official rank was Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) or higher, and 'Osumaisama' when Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) or lower.
  853. She was called 'Okaru (Hatsu),' and her intelligence won Ieyasu's affection.
  854. She was called 'Tenarai no kimi' in "Genji monogatari kokeizu" (old genealogies on the Tale of Genji), "Mumyo Zoshi" (Story Without a Name) and "Kakai-sho" Commentary.
  855. She was called 'Yawahada no Akiko' after a poem in the anthology.
  856. She was called 'the evil woman of the Meiji period.'
  857. She was called Ankamonin after being given ingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing).
  858. She was called Horikawa Saigu, unmarried princess serving at Ise-jingu Shrine.
  859. She was called Ichihime or Odani no Kata.
  860. She was called Iga Shosho because her father was the Governor of Iga Province.
  861. She was called Imperial princess Abe before enthronement.
  862. She was called Ise no Go or Ise no Miyasudokoro.
  863. She was called Kenreimo in Tokuko/Tokushi/Noriko.
  864. She was called Kiritsubo no Koi because she did not have a good backer in kokyu (empress's residence), and was given Shigeisha (Kiritsubo), which was the furthest away from Seiryoden (literally "Limpid Cool Hall," an Imperial summer palace) and inconvenient.
  865. She was called Kogo no tsubone (though, her real name is unknown.
  866. She was called Kurabeya no nyogo or Zenjogan-den no nyogo.
  867. She was called Kyogokuin or Kyogoku-no-tsubone in the imperial court.
  868. She was called MINAMOTO no Naishi no suke.
  869. She was called Minamigosho.
  870. She was called Onna Ichinomiya.
  871. She was called SAKANOUE no Iratsume because she lived in Sakanoue no sato (present-day Horencho-kitamachi, Nara City).
  872. She was called Sanjo no Machi
  873. She was called Sannomaru dono (Lady Sannomaru) because she lived in the third tower (Sannomaru) of Fushimi Castle.
  874. She was called Shinshoni after becoming a nun.
  875. She was called Tachibana-fujin.
  876. She was called Takehime, Aki, Rise and the like.
  877. She was called Tenji (lady-in waiting) by Emperor Takakura and she gave birth to the second prince, Imperial Prince Morisada (Gotakakura-in), and the fourth prince, Imperial Prince Takahira (Emperor Gotoba).
  878. She was called Unmeiden no nyogo.
  879. She was called by her nickname "Secchi," and her aggressive remarks were frequently covered by the mass media when Motoya caused various scandals or he started to live separately from Aki HANO.
  880. She was called the `Empress of two generations'; she first became the empress of Emperor Konoe, and then became the empress of Emperor Nijo.
  881. She was called to be the consort of the Emperor Gomizunoo, following her aunt, Mitsuko SONO (Mibuin).
  882. She was chosen to be one of the Naishi no suke (court ladies of the first rank) of the Emperor Gomizunoo and entered the kokyu (inner palace).
  883. She was christened with her husband at the castle town of Azuchi-jo Castle by Priest Gnecchi-Soldo Organtino in 1581 and received the Christian name of Donna Maria, but her husband died a few days later.
  884. She was close to the emperor in age and had been in his favor.
  885. She was commended with a Hatsune no tsuzumi (hand drum) made with the skins of male and female foxes that had lived for a thousand years of kalpa by Yoshitsune.
  886. She was committed to getting Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA the post of roju (member of shogun's council of elders), but later they were opposed to each other.
  887. She was commonly called Gojo no Kisaki.
  888. She was commonly called Kyo no Gozen.
  889. She was commonly called as Ohime.
  890. She was commonly known by the name, Ko no naishi, or as a mother of Gido Sanshi.
  891. She was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in November 1755, and became Nyogo with the imperial proclamation as entering the Emperor Momozono's court in December.
  892. She was conferred Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) in 896.
  893. She was conferred Sanbon (the third rank of the imperial princes' rank) on March 9, 724.
  894. She was conferred Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) in January 858, and later she was raised to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Higher Grade).
  895. She was conferred a peerage in 1166.
  896. She was conferred in 1190 the title of Jusanmi Jugo (honorable rank next to three empresses), and later she was further conferred the title of Nyoin without becoming an empress consort and was called Shichijo-in.
  897. She was conferred on Outer Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade, and given kabane 'Muraji.'
  898. She was conferred the Dai-sojo-i (the highest ranked priest or priestess) from Daigo-ji Temple, the headquarter of Daigo school of the Shingon sect in 1989.
  899. She was conferred the court rank of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and in the same year, the ceremony of chakumo (a girl's ceremony to wear "Mo" - a kind of skirt for the first time) was held for her and she was conferred the court rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  900. She was conferred the court ranks after her death:"Junii" (the Junior Second Rank) on August 23, 1771 and "Juichii (the Junior First Rank) in August 1783.
  901. She was conferred the court titles, "Jugo" and "Nyoingo" after her death; She was buried at Tsukinowa no misasagi (the Tsukinowa Mausoleum) (in Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture).
  902. She was conferred the rank of Juichii (Junior First Rank), entered into Buddhist priesthood in December 1064 and died in 1087 at the old age of 93.
  903. She was conferred the title of Empress Dowager in 1045 when the Emperor Goreizei ascended the throne.
  904. She was conferred the title of Jugo (an honarary rank next to the empresses) on September 28, 1654 during the reign of the Emperor Gokomyo, but the emperor passed away within the same year.
  905. She was considered a concubine when Shinkuro ISE was thought to have been a mere masterless samurai, but recent studies have almost confirmed that he was from the Ise clan, a distinguished family who was the head of the Muromachi shogunate's Administrative Board, and thus she has come to be considered a lawful wife.
  906. She was considered to be a hard role to play in Kabuki and counted as one of three great old women.
  907. She was counted amongst the three beautiful women in the Taisho period.
  908. She was covered in the novels such as "Torioi Omatsu kaijyo shinwa" by Hikosaku KUBOTA (Kineido, in 1878) and in Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) such as "Nijyuyoji kaisei shinwa."
  909. She was daughter of Imperial Prince Sukehito, and her mother was daughter of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury), MINAMOTO no Yukimune.
  910. She was decided to be the Saiin by fortunetelling in March 1073, but her father passed away in May of the same year, and she retired after incumbency of two months, which is the shortest of all Saiins in the history.
  911. She was declared Nyogo Senge (imperial proclamation to become nyogo) in October 958.
  912. She was deeply loved by the Emperor and gave birth to two princesses, namely Imperial Princess Yushi and Imperial Princess Baishi (a princess of Emperor Gosuzaku).
  913. She was demoted from nobility to subject under suspicion of being involved in putting a curse on Emperor Shotoku, however three years later, she returned to Imperial Family and became Imperial Princess.
  914. She was described as SOGA no Umako's wife, 'Futohime' in the "Kishi Kacho" (Lineage of the Kishi clan), "Isonokamifuri Jingu Ryakusho" (A Brief History of Isonokamifuri Jingu Shrine) and Lineage of the Shinto Priest FURU no Sukune.
  915. She was described as a female warrior fighting with a long sword and a strong bow who, together with Yoshinaka shitenno (the four most loyal retainers to Yoshinaka), joined Yoshinaka's subjugation of the Taira family and fought in the Jisho-Juei War.
  916. She was designated as the third holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure) in the field of saikin.
  917. She was discovered by Loie Fuller (a female producer who had Sadayakko KAWAKAMI and Otojiro KAWAKAMI perform at the Paris World Exposition in 1900 to cause a Japan boom to take place) and started on Hanako troupe and became its marquee player.
  918. She was dismissed from the Ariyoshi family and then came back to the Karyukai (world of the geisha).
  919. She was eighty (or, seventy seven) year old.
  920. She was eighty years old.
  921. She was either called 'Akako,' (thought to be her childhood name) according to one theory, or 'Agako' ("my child") according to another.
  922. She was engaged to Mitsuhide AKECHI around 1545.
  923. She was enshrined as one of '32 Loyal Retainers' at a small shrine in Osaka-jo Castle.
  924. She was enshrined at Mt. Fuji in order to bring volcanic eruptions under control.
  925. She was entombed at TAKANO no Niigasa Oe ryo (Mausoleum) in Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto City (managed by Imperial Household Agency).
  926. She was escorted by Hideyoshi in person to Odawara-jo Castle and Nagoya-jo Castle and was allowed to use the third best palanquin during the cherry blossom viewing party at Daigo, and these facts indicate that she was one of Hideyoshi's favorite concubines.
  927. She was estranged from her husband in her youth.
  928. She was famous as the mother of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  929. She was famous internationally because she was identified with 'Cho-Cho-San' (蝶々さん) in Giacomo Puccini's "Madama Butterfly" (蝶々夫人) which was her favorite and forte.
  930. She was fascinated by the kamikiri performance of the second Shoraku HAYASHIYA in her childhood, and after that, kamikiri became one of her favorite amusements.
  931. She was favored by Emperor Shirakawa, and she gave birth to a prince (Cloistered Imperial Prince Kakugyo) in April, 1075.
  932. She was filled with longing to see Tokiyori again, but he is said to have refused her in tears, saying, 'seeing you will impede spiritual practice.'
  933. She was first called "Atsuhime" and "Oatsu."
  934. She was first called Mizukume and raised with much love by a husband and wife who could not have children of their own, and Mizukume grew to be a beautiful girl.
  935. She was forced into suicide in the Nagayao no Hen (Conspiracy of Nagayao).
  936. She was forty one years old.
  937. She was found guilty and sentenced to death.
  938. She was from Iitaka gun, Ise province.
  939. She was from Matsuai-mura (present Uki City), Udo-gun, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  940. She was from an incredibly humble background as a real mother of an emperor in those days.
  941. She was from one of the branch lines of Kaju-ji Temple line (one of the 13 families designated as "meike" (one of the court noble family ranks designated to assume a certain official post in government) branched out from the Takafuji line of the Northern House of Fujiwara clan); her Father was Yorishige UESUGI.
  942. She was from the Fujiwara clan, and her name as a court lady was 'Fuji Shikibu (Murasaki Shikibu).'
  943. She was from the Iga clan, which was the powerful clan in Iga Province, and gave birth to Emperor Kobun, the first son of Emperor Tenji.
  944. She was from the Inabano kuninomiyatsuko clan, the powerful clan in Yakami no Kori, Inaba Province, and known for her tragic love with Aki no Okimi, which was contained in "Manyoshu."
  945. She was from the Kanin House of the Fujiwara clan.
  946. She was from the Kashiwade clan, powerful family of tomonomiyatsuko (chiefs of various departments at the Imperial Court) from sixth to seventh century, and a daughter of KASHIWADE no Omi Katabuko (傾子, also written as 加多夫子).
  947. She was from the Ki clan and her father was Kosei, Iwashimizu Hachimangu betto (superintendant of the Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine).
  948. She was from the Mononobe Clan and served as Saigu of Isonokami-jingu Shrine.
  949. She was from the Southern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  950. She was from the family of a trusted vassal of FUJIWARA no Shoshi and was also related to FUJIWARA no Tokushi (also known as Nariko) through her cousin FUJIWARA no Ienari who was the most favorite retainer of the Cloistered Emperor Toba.
  951. She was from the line of ancestor of Shikino agatanushi and is called Kawamatabime in "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters).
  952. She was given Juichii (Junior First Rank), the First Order of Merit.
  953. She was given Senji (imperial order) as Nyogo in the same year and received the Jo rank (imperial court rank) of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  954. She was given Shoichii (Senior First Rank) when her grandson Emperor Reizei was enthroned.
  955. She was given a Christian name 'Justa.'
  956. She was given a Nyoingo title (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing) by the Emperor on January 10, 1162.
  957. She was given a folding screen made by Ono no Tofu at the time of Mogi (ceremony for girls on reaching womanhood) in 933, and the folding screen is famous for waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables) composed by MINAMOTO no Kintada.
  958. She was given a posthumous Buddhist name 智相院殿光誉馨安樹清大姉 and buried in Reigan-ji Temple.
  959. She was given a residence in Zenin Village, Shimotsuma County, Chikugo Province.
  960. She was given an improvised gold seal of Shingi Wao and 100 bronze mirrors by the King of Wei (according to "Sanguo Zhi," this occurred in 238).
  961. She was given religious precepts in April 985 and died in May.
  962. She was given the Ingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the emperor or a woman of comparable standing) on the same day, and was called Kyoraimonin thereafter.
  963. She was given the Ingo of Mibuin by the Emperor Gosai, who succeeded to the throne.
  964. She was given the Jo (court rank) rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in February 1187.
  965. She was given the imperial edict to become an imperial princess in 1707.
  966. She was given the name 'Masako', which includes one character from her father Tokimasa's name, when she was given the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) at the Imperial Court in 1218, although her name before that is unknown.
  967. She was given the position "Chugu" (the empress) of the Emperor Higashiyama.
  968. She was given the posthumous name of Gosakuramachi in.
  969. She was given the rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) in 980.
  970. She was given the senge (imperial proclamation) of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and Nyogo in the same year.
  971. She was given the title "Empress Dowager" by her own son, the Emperor Seiwa, and also the "Grand Empress Dowager" by her grand son, the Emperor Yozei.
  972. She was given the title Dainin (the third grade of twelve grades of cap rank) in "Kani junikai" (twelve grades of cap rank).
  973. She was given the title Sukune, in recognition of her services.
  974. She was given the title of Empress Dowager two years later.
  975. She was given the title of Gokyogokuin on the day of her death.
  976. She was given the title of Imperial Princess by the enthronement of her father Emperor Sanjo in 1068.
  977. She was given the title of Imperial Princess in 1189, and the title of ingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing) at age 11 in 1191.
  978. She was given the title of Imperial Princess in December, 920, and appointed as Saiin for the Emperor, her father, in February, 921.
  979. She was given the title of Jusangu (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress) as an imperial proclamation in March 1759.
  980. She was given the title of Nyogo.
  981. She was given the title of imperial princess on December 18, 1319.
  982. She was given the title of jugo and ippon (the first rank for an Imperial Princes) with chakko (dressing children in a hakama to celebrate their growth) at the same time in 1030.
  983. She was given the traditional name 'Yakko' and succeeded to a professional name of 'Sadayakko'.
  984. She was given title of Imperial Princess under the imperial proclamation, and became Kisainomiya as Junbo of Emperor Gohorikawa under the imperial investiture.
  985. She was good at playing the biwa (Japanese lute), and a perfect court lady in regards to her hobby, education, social standing among her family, competence, and so on, however, she was known for her lustfulness despite her age.
  986. She was granted Chamei (a pseudonym specifically granted to a master of the tea ceremony), 'Sochiku NIIJIMA;' thereafter, she started tea ceremony classes for women in Kyoto to support herself and contributed to the propagation of the Urasenke school of tea ceremony.
  987. She was granted Ippon (First Order of an Imperial Prince).
  988. She was granted Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) as junbo (a woman who was given the status equivalent to the Emperor's birth mother) of Norihito on January 7, 1168 and given the title of Jusangu (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress) ("Heihanki" (diary of TAIRA no Nobunori), entry of November 18, 1167).
  989. She was granted Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank).
  990. She was granted ingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing) by the imperial court, and called herself Kodaiin Kogetsuni.
  991. She was granted the honorific title "Kibi no shima sumeramioya no mikoto".
  992. She was guided by the Zen monk Ekaku HAKUIN.
  993. She was hospitalized in Juntendo Hospital in Tokyo to receive gynecological treatment, which was given by only male doctors.
  994. She was in Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  995. She was in charge of the funeral of Prince Kume, which was held in Suo Province in 603; The prince was Daishogun (command in chief) who had conquered Shilla.
  996. She was in the Michitaka FUJIWARA line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  997. She was in the service of the Eighth Prince of Emperor Kiritsubo, and she is his wife's niece.
  998. She was investitured with the Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) title, but died in October 972.
  999. She was involved and died in the rebellion provoked by her elder brother Sahohiko no miko (狭穂彦王: also written as 沙本毘古).
  1000. She was involved in the legacy of "Makura no soshi" (the Pillow Book) (according to the postscript written in the Noinbon (type of transcription) of Makura no soshi).

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