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  1. And, he made it a rule to stay active due to the intention of Imperial court, and he made a plan to moderate his bad reputation and persuade the patriots of Joi (principle of excluding foreigners) group to try to get over their difficulties.
  2. And, he settled down in Bicchu and Ietsugu's family became Bicchu Sho clan.
  3. And, his another name was Tsubura no Ohomi written as 都夫良意富美 in Japanese.
  4. And, in 1579, Nobunaga asked Ieyasu to execute Nobuyasu MATSUDAIRA, the legitimate son of Ieyasu and Tsukiyama-dono, the biological mother of Nobuyasu.
  5. And, in November, it toured major cities in Japan with the title of 'Kyokyo soritsu 50-shunen kinen concert tour'.
  6. And, in Shinto, a grave is called 'Okutsuki' (Shinto tomb) and many families show their family names on their gravestones as 'Okutsuki of --family.'
  7. And, in accordance with his father's will, he gave Okitsugu TANUMA an important position of Sobayonin (the grand chamberlain) and attended to government affairs together with Roju (member of shogun's council of elders) Takechika MATSUDAIRA and others.
  8. And, in first book of first section of eleventh part of Jindaiki (Records of period of gods), the following are stated, "Subsequently, Emperor Jimmu was called Sano no Mikoto. "
  9. And, in the case of scattering by hand, they are also called Makisen (scattering coins) and Makimochi (scattering rice cakes).
  10. And, it can also be said that respect for authority or for Kanryo shoku (a post of Chief Adviser) showed Kenshin's strong sense of duty.
  11. And, it has been used largely to signify 'a well-balanced meal' that follows a traditional Japanese style.
  12. And, it is also possible that some operating parts and drivers are the cause and when the computer falls into such a state, it is often better to change the configuration rather than trying to solve the problem.
  13. And, it is said that Kenshin succeeded to the Yamanouchi-Uesugi family because he was envious of the family pedigree.
  14. And, it is said that sleeping with the picture under your pillow on January second would make you happy with auspicious Hatsuyume (the first dream in the New Year).
  15. And, it led horses as required for military affairs and rites, and supplied them to a department requiring them.
  16. And, it was not only Gokenin who repossessed shoryo using this act as an excuse.
  17. And, it was usual to strictly inspect ryome (a weighed value) (mass) for each Koban and Bukin during the manufacturing process, but for this Isshuban, ryome was inspected only for every bunch of five ryo or ten ryo.
  18. And, it worked out immediately.
  19. And, later he killed Yoriie.
  20. And, locations of the copper mines had spreaded everywhere in Japan, from Hokkaido to Kumamoto Prefecture.
  21. And, many other unaccountable numbers of Buddha were considered as Shakubutsu (temporary figures of Primordial Buddha.)
  22. And, many successive lords of the domain successively held posts such as Osaka-jo-kaban (a post to guard Osaka-jo Castle) and so on, and engaged in the custody of criminals.
  23. And, office buildings of authorities were constructed under the direction of Mokuryo.
  24. And, on June 6, 1520, he was decapitated at Chion-ji Temple.
  25. And, schools such as Shinkage-ryu, Shinto-ryu, Itto-ryu, and Chujo-ryu were derived under their influence to make ken-no-michi (the way of the sword) spread.
  26. And, she herself has a secret as well.
  27. And, shogun was never placed under Dai shogun but vice shogun was directly placed under Dai shogun.
  28. And, since Tokyo became the capital of Japan, the Kanto culture spread all over Japan, leading to the different name (for a pork cutlet sandwich.)
  29. And, since the 'Mini-bubble economy' in about 2006, it has been gaining popularity again in the Tokyo area.
  30. And, some characteristic buildings also exist, though not registered as cultural assets.
  31. And, some schools use two-tiered types of kinto (to use two chakin cloths).
  32. And, the characters of 皇女 came to be applied for Himemiko, along with the establishment of Tenno (emperor).
  33. And, the country declared itself a republic in 1973.
  34. And, the emergence of the conservatives in the imperial court centered on the Jiho (an aide) that formed right after the Seinan War brought that possibility into reality.
  35. And, the form and descriptions of such Kasho were quite similar to those specified in the Japanese Ryo (Kushiki-ryo (law on state documentary forms in the Yoro Code) under the Ritsuryo law).
  36. And, the section about Zeami has a description as follows.
  37. And, the theory to regard Suenaga as the ancestor of the Kaminokuni family, who was discarded to be the heir of the family because of the Ezo War in the late Kamakura period.
  38. And, the whole line was eventually restored on April 1.
  39. And, their vassals were baishin for daimyo and hatamoto.
  40. And, then, in the middle stage of the Edo Period after the death of the third shogun, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, a conversion by the bakufu from a ruling backed with military force to a ruling by a civilian government can be deemed as the end of governance by force.
  41. And, there is a country like Korea where even if the economy has relatively grown, the poorly-fed children becomes a social problem.
  42. And, they had been drifting from place to place during months, starting from Kyoto to Osaka, Choshu, Tosa and Satsuma.
  43. And, they pulled out his sword.
  44. And, this habit of cormorants is used for fishing.
  45. And, when most of the attendees are non-Catholic, a simple form named 'Liturgy of the Word' is observed instead of a mass taking the attendees into account.
  46. And, when the system of shoen and koryo and the system of myo declined followed by formation of So (village) that let appear self-govermental element's in town and village, kuji also began to be imposed to peasants for any events in town or village.
  47. And, with respect to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA during the Battle of Sekigahara, both Yoshitaka and Masamoto were vassals under the Toyotomi family with no master-servant relationship between them, belonging to the East as allies.
  48. Andakashi - in Okinawa Prefecture
  49. Ando Signal Station was abolished.
  50. Ando Signal Station was established between Koriyama and Horyuji.
  51. Ando and Nitta were seriously injured.
  52. Ando and others fought bravely against a fierce attack by Sonno Joi (slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) extreme royalists who struggled to run away, but were defeated.
  53. Ando clan
  54. Ando, the last Governor-General, was arrested as war criminal after the war and killed himself in Shanghai in 1946.
  55. Andon-yama Tomb is a scallop shaped tomb (early keyhole-shaped tomb mound;
  56. Andonyama Tumulus
  57. Andonyama Tumulus is an ancient Japanese tumulus of a circular shape rear-end with a rectangular frontage, located at Yanagimoto-cho, Tenri City, Nara Prefecture.
  58. Andonyama Tumulus is the second largest tumulus next to Shibutani Mukouyama Tumulus (currently designated as the Imperial Mausoleum of Emperor Keiko) among Yamato/Yanagimoto Tumulus Group scattered around the foot of Miwa-yama Mountain, and it is now specified as the Imperial Mausoleum of Emperor Sujin (Yamanobeno Michinomagarino Okanoeno Misasagi).
  59. Andonyama-kofun Tumulus (242 meters, alleged to be the Mausoleum of Emperor Sujin)
  60. Andonyama-kofun Tumulus is the main tumulus, with three subordinate tumuli, Yamato Tenjinyama-kofun Tumulus, Andoyama-kofun Tumulus (120 meters), and Minami Andoyama-kofun Tumulus (65 meters).
  61. Andronic NIKOLSKY
  62. Andronic NIKOLSKY (August 1, 1870 - July 7 (or June 20 under the Julian calendar), 1918) was a bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church and the Japanese Orthodox Church.
  63. Ane
  64. Ane (794 - May 2, 868) was a Buddhist monk of Tendai Sect in the early Heian period.
  65. Ane-San-Rokkaku-Tako-Nishiki
  66. Ane-gawa River (Higashi-Azai-gun, Nagahama City)
  67. Anecdote
  68. Anecdote about Gengo OTAKA's written apology
  69. Anecdote about Kinemon OKANO and Otsuya
  70. Anecdote about Seiwa-Genji
  71. Anecdote about the romance with Imperial Prince & Monk Ryojun
  72. Anecdote in the Konjaku Monogatari-Shu (The Tales of Times Now Past)
  73. Anecdote told of Shinpei GOTO
  74. Anecdotes
  75. Anecdotes about Motsugai
  76. Anecdotes about the burial mound of Masakado's head is passed down in various regions.
  77. Anecdotes after the Seinan War
  78. Anecdotes and Legends
  79. Anecdotes and Strange Stories
  80. Anecdotes concerning Koshikibu no Naishi were collected in many collections of anecdotes such as; "Jikkinsho" (A Miscellany of Ten Maxims) and "Kokon Chomon ju" (A collection of Tales Heard, Past and Present).
  81. Anecdotes from the regional rapid period
  82. Anecdotes of Tenkai
  83. Anecdotes of the Empress Teimei
  84. Anecdotes related to chazuke
  85. Anecdotes that are considered to form the origins of Japanese mythology, and myths that share common features with Japanese mythology can be found in Greek mythology as well as in mythologies of many other countries.
  86. Anecdotes that tell about hyakki yako
  87. Anegakoji (March 16, 1810 to August 9, 1880) was a Joro-otoshiyori in O-oku during the late Edo period.
  88. Anegakoji entered the Nishi no Maru O-oku as a little Joro attending the lady lord Takako, who was married into the shogunate family as the successor Ieyoshi's legal wife in 1804.
  89. Anegakoji laid the blame on the Joro-otoshiyori named UMETANI who served Kodaiin.
  90. Anei (November 16, 1772) - April 2, 1782
  91. Anei November 16, 1772 - (April 2, 1782)
  92. Anekoji
  93. Anekoji - Joro Otoshiyori to the 12th Shogun Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA.
  94. Anekoji during Ienari's period or Ieyoshi's period
  95. Anekoji during Ietsuna's period
  96. Anekoji was another name for so-called Otoshiyori or Joro-otoshiyori.
  97. Anekurahime-jinja Shrine
  98. Aneyakoji-dori Street
  99. Anga Bus Route
  100. Angaryo Family (Abe Family and Kamo Family)
  101. Angels who have special missions sometimes come down to the lowest spiritual world to communicate with humans specially and give instructions to humans.
  102. Angen July 28, 1175 - August 4, 1177
  103. Angen onga no nikki
  104. Angen onga no nikki is a diary in which the celebration of Emperor Goshirakawa's 50th birthday was recorded by FUJIWARA no Takafusa, a waka poet who lived in the Heian period.
  105. Anger against Tokuitsu
  106. Anger of Kiyohime
  107. Angered Shigemori refused the offer and apology and chased away the messengers.
  108. Angered at Tadakiyo's oppression, Hirotsune eventually rebelled against the Taira clan.
  109. Angered by Yoritomo's deed, Tokimasa returned to Izu with his warriors.
  110. Angered by that action, the Shonai clan, in charge of keeping the peace of Edo city, and Tadamasa OGURI, kanjo bugyo (commissioner of finance of the bakufu), burned the residence of the Satsuma clan.
  111. Angered by the situation, Nariaki TOKUGAWA resigned from the coastal defense officer, ending the mission of Kaibogakari of the bakufu.
  112. Angered that he had been taken for a polluted dead person, Ajisukitakahikone stomped down the mourning hut with his feet and flew off.
  113. Angered, Genzaemon tries to make fun of Shinsuke, but Shinsuke is rescued thanks to the mediation of Oyone who happens to come upon the scene.
  114. Angered, Mitsuyuki went to the city of Sakai in Izumi Province, which was a territory of Ujikiyo, his father-in-law.
  115. Anglers for black bass visit this lake in large numbers both on weekends and weekdays, because both Ono Dam and Wachi Dam which are in the area have long been famous in the country for bass fishing.
  116. Anglican Church
  117. Anglican High Churches and some Lutheran Churches use torches in their services.
  118. Anglo-Japanese Alliance
  119. Anglo-Japanese Friendship Treaty, 1854, United Kingdom
  120. Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Amity and Commerce, 1858, United Kingdom
  121. Anglo-Satsuma War
  122. Ango (intensified practice of Zen Buddhism)
  123. Ango SAKAGUCHI said of Yoshitaka, 'Although he was brilliant, he was nothing more than a warmonger with a second rate aspiration.'
  124. Ango SAKAGUCHI wrote a novel "Ao-oni no fundoshi wo arau onna" (The Woman Who Washes the Blue Demon's Loincloth) in which he described "fundoshi wo arau onna = watashi" (literally, "I am a woman who washes men's fundoshi loincloth") as a symbolic case of job-sharing between men and women.
  125. Ango also refers to the period of the ascetic practice.
  126. Ango came to be conducted not only in summer, but also in winter (toango), and the number of conducted ango was counted towards one's career in the Buddhism world, giving it much significance and making it a criterion for future promotion.
  127. Ango in social context
  128. Ango in the context of Buddhism
  129. Ango is an ascetic practice conducted for a specified period at one place by a group of Buddhist monks who have been engaged in separate activities.
  130. Ango originally meant to abstain from going out (outdoor ascetic practice) and stay in a place in the rainy season to prevent futile destruction of life, because plants grow rapidly and many small creatures, such as insects and snakes, become active in the rainy season.
  131. Ango was originally a Sanskrit expression meaning the rainy season, which was translated into Japanese.
  132. Angoin belongs to the Buzan school of Shingon Buddhism.
  133. Angry Giheiji hits Danshichi very hard as 'How dare you cheat your merciful father' and wounded him by hitting his forehead by Danshichi's setta (sandal).
  134. Angry Yoshimori got on the ship and fought madly.
  135. Angu (also called karimiya) refers to facilities built or used as a temporary palace in situations such as when an emperor pays a visit somewhere, or the imperial palace falls because of a political change and so on.
  136. Angu (temporary palace)
  137. Angu in Japan
  138. Angu is also called anzaisho, gozasho or tongu.
  139. Angu outside Japan
  140. Angu sets in shrines
  141. Anguished over the delayed and lengthened political duties, the emperor accepted a suggestion by Mototsune and admitted the failure of Hiromi; Hiromi lost his position while taking responsibility in the following year, in 888.
  142. Aniki: Foodstuffs prepared before
  143. Aniki: not fresh tane
  144. Animal
  145. Animal foodstuffs and flavorings are forbidden.
  146. Animal glue
  147. Animal glue made from pigs and cows can be a serious religious issue.
  148. Animal library: storing approximately 6000 books on animals.
  149. Animal spirits can know about human ancestors, because they can learn immediately what the spirit of their target human body knows.
  150. Animal's bones (wild boars, dogs and pigs)
  151. Animals
  152. Animals (except assistance dogs or other dogs with equal ability as an assistance dog, or small animals as pets)
  153. Animals are released into Sarusawa-no-ike Pond at the south of the temple.
  154. Animals named after Tengu
  155. Animals that have been believed to cause tatari since ancient times
  156. Animals, insects and plants are depicted objectively from a variety of different angles in the still existing "Kacho-shasei-zumaki" (Personal Library, Important Cultural Asset) and Shasei-jo (Album of sketches) in the possession of the Tokyo National Museum.
  157. Animated movies
  158. Animation Do
  159. Animation Do' (trade name: Animation Do Ltd.) is a newly-established subsidiary of Kyoto Animation formed by incorporating its Osaka studio on April 7, 2000.
  160. Animation course
  161. Animation, karaoke, otaku (a nerd), Yaoi (manga (comics) themes of male homosexual love), fujoshi (girls and women who prefer Yaoi, etc.)
  162. Animation/TV Games
  163. Anime
  164. Animism
  165. Animism is a concept that every thing regardless of a living thing or a non-living object has a spirit or a soul.
  166. Anincreasing number of recent magazines that introduce Kyoto describe 'Kyoto ramen' even when 'ramen' is not especially featured.
  167. Anion (only ingredients 1 mg/kg or more)
  168. Aniwa-jinja Shrine
  169. Anja is a worker in the Buddhist temple, who does chores such as rice milling or gathering firewood, does not become a priest, and remains as secular.
  170. Anji Domain
  171. Anji Domain of Harima Province issued zenimonmesatsu (a kind of zenisatsu) with permission of the shogunate in 1822 under the influence of Himeji Domain, the large domain nearby, which resumed issuing bills in 1820.
  172. Anjinroku (collection of lectures and essays) (1912)
  173. Anjo City, Aichi Prefecture (Anjo Tanabata Matsuri) Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the first week of August
  174. Anjo fudai (seven families) - the Sakai clan, the Okubo clan, the Honda clan, the Abe clan (Tokugawa fudai), the Ishikawa clan, the Aoyama clan and the Uemura clan; however, the Osuga, Sakakibara and Hiraiwa clans are occasionally included instead of the Abe, Ishikawa and Aoyama clans.
  175. Anjo no Goei
  176. Anjo no Goei (1,276mmX401mm) has two sanmon; one is "無量寿経仏説無量寿経(願生偈)" (Muryoju-kyo Bussetsu Muryoju-kyo Sutra (Ganshoge)) in the upper part, and the other '正信念仏偈' (Shoshin nenbutsuge, verses written by Shinran) in the lower part.
  177. Anjo no Goei (or Miei) is a color portrait on silk of Shinran Shonin attributed to Hogen (the second highest rank for Buddhist priests) Choen in 1255 during the Kamakura period.
  178. Anju (officer who recorded and stored documents at a Shoen; manor)
  179. Anju (officers who recorded and stored documents)
  180. Anju (secretary) (One person each was assigned to the Left and Right Divisions.)
  181. Anju was a clerical officer of the Kebiishicho which was initially limited to one post but was later increased.
  182. Anju-hime-zuka (Tumulus of Princess Anju)
  183. Anju-no-sato Momiji Park (the maple park in the village of Princess Anju)
  184. Anju: Low-level official of Mandokoro
  185. Anjuhime is well known from Ogai MORI's novel 'Sanshodayu,' and she rests in the Tomb of Anjuhime.
  186. Anka-mon Gate, Ikan-mon Gate, Tacchi-mon Gate on the north side
  187. Ankake Udon
  188. Ankake Udon is covered by thick starchy sauce made of soup broth thickened by Kuzu (arrowroot) or Katakuriko flour.
  189. Ankake no Tokijiro, a main character of Tenamonya Bamboo Hats, is set as a man who was 'born in Shinoda of Senshu.'
  190. Anko Jizo (Jizo of sweet bean paste)
  191. Anko and soppu
  192. Ankoku-ji Temple (Ayabe City)
  193. Ankoku-ji Temple (Fukuyama City): The Shaka-do Buddhist Sanctum and the Amida Sanzon-zo Trinity and so on are designated as nationally designated important cultural properties, and the precincts is a prefecturally designated historical site of Hiroshima Prefecture.
  194. Ankoku-ji Temple (Kyoto City): Fourth rank (temple subsequently abandoned)
  195. Ankoku-ji Temple (Kyoto City): Ninth rank
  196. Ankoku-ji Temple is a temple of the Rinzai sect Tofuku-ji school located in Ayabe City, Kyoto Prefecture (Tanba Province).
  197. Ankoku-ji Temple, Rishoto (Risho-to Tower)
  198. Ankoku-ji Temple: Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture
  199. Ankoku-ji Temples and Risho-to Pagodas
  200. Ankoku-ji Temples and Risho-to Pagodas were temples and pagodas established throughout Japan with the exceptions of Hokkaido and Okinawa by Takauji ASHIKAGA and his younger brother Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA during the Northern and Southern Courts period.
  201. Ankoku-ji' is the name of the temple (Aki Province Ankoku-ji Temple Rishoto (Fudo-in)) of which he was the chief priest.
  202. Ankokuron-ji Temple
  203. Ankoro-mochi or Bota-mochi
  204. Ankoromochi
  205. Ankoromochi can be found in various places in Japan, and is often used as a sweet souvenir.
  206. Ankoromochi is a type of Japanese confectionery.
  207. Ankoromochi is said to have made into bite-size pieces in the Edo period for tired travellers to eat it with ease.
  208. Ankyu OKAZAKI
  209. Anma (a blind massager) Bunya/Daiba no Nisa : Kodanji ICHIKAWA Ⅳ(playing two roles, quick changes)
  210. Anmabue
  211. Anmahakase, of Shohachiinoge (Lower Grade Senior Eighth Rank), responsible for training students of massage
  212. Anmaki cakes
  213. Anmasei (students of massage)
  214. Anmashi, of Juhachiinojo (Junior Eighth Rank, Upper Grade), responsible for providing medical treatment through massage
  215. Anmitsu
  216. Anmitsu has many variations just like mitsumame.
  217. Anmitsu is a kind of Japanese confectionery, which is mitsumame dessert (boiled beans, cubes of agar gelatin, and other delicacies with molasses poured on) covered with bean jam.
  218. Anmitsu sold at Kyoto, Kamakura, Asakusa, and Ueno are famous.
  219. Anmitsu: Mitsumame with azuki bean jam (whole bean and strained types are available) are included.
  220. Anna
  221. Anna Incident
  222. Anna MAKINO
  223. Anna MAKINO (December 4, 1971 -) is the representative of LOVE JUNX.
  224. Anna MAKINO (a former member of the J-pop group Super Monkeys) is her grandchild.
  225. Annaka Domain (joshu)=> Nishio Domain (joshu)=> Kakegawa Domain (joshu)=> Yoita Domain (joshukaku); 20,000 kokus, fudai (hereditary daimyos); Teikan no ma (room for fudai daimyo of Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade and Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)
  226. Annaka Domain: Annaka-jo Castle
  227. Annam hand-washing water container
  228. Annan was governed by the Trinh clan in Hanoi, which supported the Lee clan that ruled Northern Vietnam at the time.
  229. Annan: Blue and white wares made in Vietnam.
  230. Anne CURRY
  231. Annen
  232. Annen (841? - 915?) was a Buddhist monk of Tendai Sect in the early Heian period.
  233. Annex (old Kyoto Municipal Auditorium East Hall, Annex of Kyoto Kaikan Hall): designed by the architectural office of Kyoto City, completed in 1931
  234. Annex attached to the Original Museum Building (an exhibition room for Sakamoto Collection, completed in 1937)
  235. Annex of the Museum of Kyoto
  236. Annexation of Korea
  237. Annexed temple, Unryu-in Temple (Sennyu-ji Temple's tatchu - sub-temples on the site of the main temple).
  238. Annihilation
  239. Annindofu (almond jelly)
  240. Anniversary celebration of Nara Heijo-kyo Capital (April)
  241. Anniversary of University's Founding and Priest Shinran's Birth-The executive committee gets organized and the anniversary is the second largest festival in Ryukoku school festivals.
  242. Anniversary: A year after the occurrence of a certain event.
  243. Anno Domini
  244. Annotated Lengjia jing (Lankavatara Sutra), Volume 1
  245. Annotations made in the early years were mainly based on older annotations, but as time progressed the results of newer annotations came to be added.
  246. Annotations written as 'private notes' have also been added by Saneyori.
  247. Annotative texts line
  248. Annotative texts line of Beppon refers to the existing annotations which were originally explanations on picture scrolls, old annotations, old genealogies, and so on.
  249. Announcement of test results
  250. Announcement of the end of the period of baiu is called tsuyuake sengen (declaration of tsuyuake), but baiu does not end because of the declaration by the Japan Meteorological Agency.
  251. Announcements at stations and in the cars
  252. Annoyed, Kagetoki taunted Yoshitsune.
  253. Annual Activities
  254. Annual Buddhist Service for Dedicating Gratitude to Priest Shinran-October 18th is when lectures of some Faculties and Departments are off.
  255. Annual Buddhist Service on Priest Shinran's Birthday-May 21st, also the anniversary of the university's founding, is when all lectures are off all day.
  256. Annual Event of the Edo Shogunate:
  257. Annual Event of the Muromachi Shogunate:
  258. Annual Events
  259. Annual Imperial events:
  260. Annual Report of Commission for Protection of Cultural Properties, 1965 edition" - 7,898
  261. Annual Schedule of a Toji Group
  262. Annual celebration is held on April 29.
  263. Annual event
  264. Annual event, customary event (please refer to the chapter of Taiseki-ji Temple for the details of events for Grand Head Temple)
  265. Annual events
  266. Annual events (30 volumes in total)
  267. Annual events (40 entities)
  268. Annual events having a log of religious significance are listed in the cultural religions in Japan.
  269. Annual events like 'rite of receiving the New Year's Felicitations to the emperor,' 'rite of the seventh Day of New Year' and 'rite of the Tango-no setsu on the fifth day of the fifth month' are stipulated in volumes six to volume eight.
  270. Annual events such as sechi-e (seasonal court banquets) and religious services were recorded for each year.
  271. Annual events.
  272. Annual festival
  273. Annual festival held on November 15.
  274. Annual festival held on November 23.
  275. Annual festival is held between April 12th and 15th (Sanno Festival).
  276. Annual festival: From May 3 to 5 (portable shrine parade takes place on May 5 of every other year)
  277. Annual memorial service
  278. Annual observances (28)
  279. Annual observances (40)
  280. Annual rites and festivals
  281. Annually the Meteorological Agency announces the coming of spring by 'the flowering dates of cherry blossoms' which are generally connected with line in a map called 'Sakura Zensen' (cherry blossom front).
  282. Ano
  283. Ano Bairin Plum Grove
  284. Ano Zumi (stone masonry by the Ano-shu Guild)
  285. Ano Zumi is a colloquial term for Nozura zumi that came into use in the early Showa era, meaning the stone walls that were laid by the Ano-shu Guild using mostly unprocessed natural stones.
  286. Ano bairin (Gojo City, Nara Prefecture)
  287. Ano bairin (the forest of Japanese plums in Gojo City in Nara Prefecture) was famous ever since the period of the Northern and Southern Courts; after the Meiji period, plum trees were planted for harvesting plums.
  288. Ano district
  289. Ano is a valley along the lower Nyu-gawa River and is located in Gojo-shi City (former Nishi-yoshino Village in Yoshino District), Nara Prefecture.
  290. Ano is known for the Anao-ji Temple, one of the Saigoku 33 Kannon Pilgrimage temples.
  291. Ano nageshi no naganaginata wa ta ga naganaginata zo (whose long halberd is that halberd on the horizontal piece of timber in the frame of the house)?
  292. Ano shu (groups of stone wall technicians) built its stone wall by Nozura-zumi (an old method of building robust stone walls), and this is a Cultural Property designated by Fukuchiyama City.
  293. Ano-ji Garden: Constructed in the mid-Edo period and designated a place of scenic beauty by the Kyoto Prefectural Government.
  294. Ano-shu Guild
  295. Anori puppet play
  296. Anori puppet play (January 28, 1980)
  297. Another "Utakai Hajime" is a New Year's meeting at ordinary waka schools where teachers and students present waka.
  298. Another 180 temples of the Nichijumon School remained in the Nichiren Sect.
  299. Another 300-odd people were imprisoned.
  300. Another Japanese word for this is "Miyuki."
  301. Another Jimyo-ji Temple is a temple of the Rinzai sect located in South ward, Taichung City.
  302. Another Moving and Re-Flourishing by Cloistered Imperial Prince Yoshinao
  303. Another Musashi clan (the same name with a different set of characters, its Suguri was its family title) is considered to be a different line.
  304. Another Park with the Same Name
  305. Another Rationale for MURAOKA
  306. Another Tada-jinja Shrine, located in Nakano Ward, Tokyo Metropolis and enshrining Manju, also established 'TADA no Manju Dozokukai' (TADA no Manju family council) in 1962 to worship the deity and ancestors.
  307. Another abridged translation of the English translation by Arthur WALEY was published in 1930.
  308. Another account says his father was the son of Michichika, MINAMOTO no Michimune or Michiteru KOGA.
  309. Another account states that Masakage, Kagekatsu's father, was confronted and assassinated by Kenshin.
  310. Another anecdote says that he shot down a flying bird.
  311. Another anthology compiled by Sadaie was "Teika Hachidai-syo" (Sadaie's Anthology of Poetry from Eight Imperial Collections).
  312. Another ascribed its authorship to Ise, who was the only female poet in the poetry circle in the Engi era, based on the title of "The Tales of Ise."
  313. Another aspect of this Taiko Kenchi that is particularly ground-breaking is that it surveyed the cultivators, not the landlords, and so began the system of assessing taxes directly on the individual cultivators.
  314. Another asserts that the people of "be" were publicly-owned by the Yamato sovereignty.
  315. Another assessment is that Ieyasu had become intimate with her.
  316. Another belief is that his father was Sadayoshi ISE, and her mother was the eldest daughter or the granddaughter of Hisahide MATSUNAGA.
  317. Another belief is that in the traditional yukahon (performance script for a puppet theatre performance) Chobo's part had been highlighted with red tags, but this was replaced by dots at certain times, and this is why.
  318. Another branch line family is the Saigo clan, and it is said that Saigo no tsubone, the biological mother of Hidetada TOKUGAWA, Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), Yorihaha SAIGO, the chief retainer of the Aizu Domain and Takamori SAIGO, lower ranked feudal retainer of the Satsuma Domain, were from the Kikuchi family.
  319. Another brief goes that his name was Hiichi HAMAGUCHI.
  320. Another brief says that the date of his death was April 6, or July 7.
  321. Another brief states that he was born in 1843.
  322. Another building, which was also designed by Conder (like the Rokumei-kan Pavilion), was built after its abolition.
  323. Another case was TAIRA no Kiyokuni who was the child of FUJIWARA no Kunitsuna, became the Yushi of TAIRA no Kiyomori, and then changed his surname to TAIRA.
  324. Another cause that led to the fuelling of the movement was that Watarase-gawa River was excluded from the Water Quality Designated Rivers established by the government in the same year.
  325. Another chant "namomidabutsu" is that of the Honganji school of the Jodo Shishu sect.
  326. Another characteristic common to these kijoshu sake varieties is that the quality of the sake is maintained for a long period of time and as they gain in maturity in barrels, they develop a deep amber tint and a smooth texture.
  327. Another characteristic is that a broiled conger eel, a specialty of Setouchi, is often used.
  328. Another characteristic is that many such restaurants serve nabeyaki-udon throughout the year.
  329. Another characteristic is the large number of songs with a bright atmosphere, such as 'Tamakushige' and 'Natsugoromo,' in addition to those mentioned above.
  330. Another characteristic of susume is that, the more it is chewed, the tastier it becomes.
  331. Another characteristic of this treaty was that it did not include a description of most-favored nation status.
  332. Another characteristic of yakitori in Bibai is that many yakitori-ya restaurants boil meat once before grilling it.
  333. Another characteristic painting method of emakimono is 'Iji Dozu Gaho' (a composition method used to show successive events within a united background).
  334. Another child, Yukimura NIKAIDO, served as a military commissioner and compiled a record of the Battle of WADA and a list of rewards given to soldiers, as shown in the Article May 4 of 1213 written during the Battle of Wada.
  335. Another circular arrangement of bales was added to surround the ichiju-dohyo resulting in a niju-dohyo (double circular dohyo), which is also called Janome dohyo.
  336. Another city that Japan requested to open a port was Jemulpo, presently Incheon Metropolitan City.
  337. Another claim is that the character was chosen in honor of NIGIHAYAGI no mikoto (邇藝速日命), the founder of the Isonokami and Mononobe clans.
  338. Another combination of kanji characters "角力" is used due to the limited number of kanji characters designated for daily use (daily-use kanji, kanji for common use, and kanji taught in Japanese primary schools).
  339. Another combination of kanji for Chorogi literally means "the joy of longevity," and Chorogi is said to bring the longevity.
  340. Another commonality is Himiko's younger brother, who played the role of delivering a divine message, much like Amaterasu's younger brother, Susanoo.
  341. Another comrade Yasunoshin SHINOHARA, however, left a note that Jiro TAGUCHI of the Kurume Shingekitai (corps consisted of masterless samurai in the Kurume Domain) murdered Sahara.
  342. Another conceivable reason for the Bakufu's regulation on diplomatic exchanges was the threat posed to the Bakufu by an increase in Japanese having faith in Christianity and their unity.
  343. Another conception suggests that the word "fundoshi" originates from "Hun-t-os" (pronounced as "funtos") that is a Koreanized word of Chinese "kon-i" (literally, "fundoshi wear"), as Japanese language had primitively no word including a pronunciation of "n."
  344. Another counterargument is as follows:
  345. Another cucumber dish known as "Shogoin Fushinari" is still made but is unrelated to Shogo-in Temple.
  346. Another daughter had a daughter with FUJIWARA no Takasue, ('FUJIWARA no Takasue no Musume', the author of "Sarashina Nikki" (The Sarashina Diary")).
  347. Another daughter married Kiminari ANO.
  348. Another decoration popular in across the eastern Japan is Mayudama (a branch decorated with cocoon-shaped rice cakes and other festive decorations for the New Year).
  349. Another description is '加茂 (kamo)' and old name is Yatate kamo.
  350. Another disadvantage is that drivers often encounter congestion as they attempt to merge into the left lane of the Meishin Highway from the Oyamazaki Junction toward Suita or Osaka.
  351. Another dispute over the succession broke out when Sondojimaru died young in 1471, the following year.
  352. Another document states that 'Soun began ruling the Province of Izu from Nirayama-jo Castle (currently Izunokuni City).
  353. Another draft law of religion was proposed to parliament in 1927 and 1929, but they never got to the debating stage.
  354. Another edition that had been stored by Tsunatoshi MAEDA of the Kaga domain is now in the Sonkeikaku Library.
  355. Another estimate says that Ryotaku MAENO, an academic person, knew faultiness of his translation in Kaitai Shinsho and he disliked to ruin his reputation by putting his name on it.
  356. Another example in Makabe-machi, Ibaraki Prefecture is where a pole called 'Tanokami-sama' of Japanese sumac is made New Years and carried to Minakuchi in spring.
  357. Another example is 'Koishikawa Yuki no Ashita' (The Snowing Morning in Koishikawa) which is one of the paintings in the "Thirty-six Sceneries of Mt. Fuji," a master piece painted by Hokusai KATSUSHIKA (refer to the picture on the right).
  358. Another example is 'Kokode hakimono wo nuide kudasai' (lit. Take off your shoes here) and 'Kokode ha kimono wo nuide kudasai' (lit. Undress here).
  359. Another example is Daini no Sanmi that was made from a combination of her husband's title, dazai no daini (Senior Assistant Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices) and her own court rank, jusanmi (junior third court rank).
  360. Another example is a group of uchigatana-goshirae crafted in the Kumamoto domain in Higo Province throughout the Edo period called Higo-goshirae.
  361. Another example is a member of the Odachi clan, a senior vassal of the bakufu government, who referred to himself as Sekioka yakata after he was given a title of yakata-go when he became adopted by his wife's family, Kitabatake clan, who was shugo of Ise Province and an owner of gosho (Shogun's palace).
  362. Another example is so-called 'Modoki' cuisine which is seen especially in China.
  363. Another example is that even fans who are chasing such trains in their cars for photographs understand the idea and many of them chip in to preserve them.
  364. Another example is the Togoperla genus of the kawagera (stonefly) order of aquatic insects.
  365. Another example is the last sentence of 'Sanjurokke daireishoho dainijuroku.'
  366. Another example is the postwar practice, even in Japan, of calling out-of-control taxis "Kamikaze taxis".
  367. Another example of this style is Hokekyo-ji Temple Soshi-do Hall (Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture).
  368. Another example shows that, as in the case of the Aizu-Matsudaiara family and the Takatsukasa-Matsudaira family, some families which should have been classified as fudai daimyo could irregularly be classified as shinpan because of being the TOKUGAWA's blood relatives.
  369. Another examples similar to this are 'Tomoni narimaseru kami' and 'Tagui narimaseru kami' (kami which came into being in pairs).
  370. Another explanation is that the Oda army's sandan-uchi which compensated for the teppo's slow reloading did greater damage to the Takeda forces which made intermittent attack, anticipating the delay in firing.
  371. Another explanation is that the number 15 signifies completion in the Oriental thought, because the full moon falls on the 15th night of the lunar month. The number 14, 1 less than 15, therefore signifies "incompleteness."
  372. Another explanation is that they came from Kara (Kaya) or Silla (there is a legend stating that Silla, formerly called Shinkan, was where survivors of the Qin dynasty settled).
  373. Another explanation says that he was a spy for the Shogunate.
  374. Another extant manuscript is the transcription of Zonkaku, collection of Joraku-ji Temple (Shimogyo Ward) (Kyoto City) of the Hongan-ji Temple school of Jodo Shinshu (vol. 1 copied on October 19, 1342 and vol. 2 on January 21, 1341).
  375. Another eye-catching scene is 'gando gaeshi' (to pivot one large piece of scenery onto its side so as to reveal a different one) performed from a scene of Bentenkozo Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) in Scene One (scene of Gokurakuji yane tachibara) to a scene of appearance of Daemon in Scene Two (scene of Gokurakuji sanmon) of Ozume (final act).
  376. Another factor is that it turned into a company system as well as the gap between the strict world of traditional culture and the attitude of 'kids these days.'
  377. Another factor is the impediment of Japan's climate; this can limit a street vendor's ability to develop and maintain a permanent establishment.
  378. Another factor was that the use of tatami mats began to spread among the common people during this period.
  379. Another famous Maizuru dialect is 'totte.'
  380. Another famous example, of street stalls operating their businesses at night time streets are, Temple Street and Sai Yeung Choi Street (Woman street), but these shops only sell clothing and miscellaneous goods.
  381. Another famous place where tabis are produced is Tokushima Prefecture in Shikoku.
  382. Another feature is flamboyant writers for the serial stories.
  383. Another feature is that Shikoku has a fewer number of outlets.
  384. Another feature is that it was an esoteric Buddhism with incantations and prayers.
  385. Another feature is that many of the dates with notes were excerpted from the calender when Saneyori transcribed the diary, so it is known the original work was written according to the guchureki (Japanese lunisolar calendar).
  386. Another feature is that the top dumpling is a little bigger than the others, and the top one on a stick is a little bit off from the other four.
  387. Another feature of Kamigata Kabuki is the use of highly individual staging, such as keren (eye-catching performances) and ad-libbing adopted in order to please an audience by various means.
  388. Another feature of Urasenke is that it tends to pursue brilliance and beauty, which is distinctive among the Sansenke schools that basically respect a more austere refinement.
  389. Another feature of kushikatsu bars is, in consideration for hygiene, they all have a sign that says, 'Dippng in the sauce twice is banned.'
  390. Another feature of the text is that it maintains the form of a history book of samurai government by limiting descriptions related to the Imperial Court for both the Southern Court (Japan) and the Northern Court (Japan) to the bare minimum.
  391. Another fire broke out in 1620 and almost all structures with the exception of the lecture hall were completely destroyed in the Great Fire of Temmei in 1788.
  392. Another folklore says that Naomoto YOSHIOKA, who first used the title of Kenpo, is the founder.
  393. Another folkloric myth says that Yasakatome no kami was a daughter of Watatsumi and a younger sister of Hotakami no mikoto.
  394. Another four locomotives manufactured by Sharp, Stewart Co., Ltd. arrived in 1875, and it is anticipated that they were numbered 'No. 24-No. 27.'
  395. Another friend, Tsurukawa, ended his life by committing suicide before opening up to Yoken.
  396. Another fundamental change in the ritsuryo system in the medieval period was formation of so-called ryoge no kan such as kebiishi (officials with judicial and police powers).
  397. Another fundamental difference of emakimono from fusumae, kakejiku, byobu, and other forms of traditional paintings is that emakimono is unable to be overviewed.
  398. Another genre of simple picture books called 'ezoshi' also existed.
  399. Another gizetsu
  400. Another grandson, Toshiharu OKUBO, was a senior managing director of a big trading company, Marubeni, but he was arrested and prosecuted for a bribery case in the Lockheed scandal, and was found guilty.
  401. Another great-grandchild, Jusetsu SAIGO, is a representative director of e-plat Co., Ltd.
  402. Another ground is that the costume of the painted persons.
  403. Another group consists of producers that started and developed their businesses as a Ekiben delicatessen, and then have become one of the largest food companies in their own region.
  404. Another group consists of those who were granted the title of Duke after they were allowed to make a new family with their special achievement taken into account, although their head families already had the title.
  405. Another group is consisted of Masei-sekki (ground stoneware) which were made up through a grinding process in order to sharpen edges or to be used for ritual purposes.
  406. Another highlight of the festival is the luxurious decorations of the yama and hoko floats, such as Gobelin tapestry.
  407. Another hiking course with a half distance of the regular course is shown too.
  408. Another important English translation is that of Helen MCCULLOUGH (1994), although it is an abridged translation.
  409. Another incident involved the pursuit and destruction of the bakufu's army, as demanded by Mito domain (See the Tengu Party War).
  410. Another interpretation identifies the first character with the idea of sitting down before a table set for a meal, and the second character with the idea of 'all meeting together.'
  411. Another is enshrined at the 'Ama no iwaya' in Futamiokitama-jinja Shrine, Futami-cho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture.
  412. Another is in Iwato sha (a small shrine) in Shirahige-jinja Shrine located in Takashima City, Shiga Prefecture.
  413. Another is in the holy precincts of Amanoiwato-jinja Shrine in Iwato, Takachiho-cho, Nishiusuki-gun, Miyazaki Prefecture
  414. Another is in the holy precincts of Amanoiwato-jinja Shrine, Tsurugi-cho, Tokushima Prefecture.
  415. Another is in the upper mountainside behind Kayabe-jinja Shrine in Hiruzen, Maniwa City, Okayama Prefecture.
  416. Another is on 'Mt. Takakura' (in Ise City) behind the Outer Shrine of Ise-jingu Shrine in Ise City, Mie Prefecture.
  417. Another is that Yoshitomo complained about Shizei's discrimination against him and allied with FUJIWARA no Nobuyori, who also hated Shinzei.
  418. Another is that as Komusubi (a sumo wrestler of the fourth highest rank) is one of Makunouchi-rikishi (wrestlers in the senior division), people came to call the bento with small rice balls (which can be called Komusubi in Japanese) Makunouchi-bento.
  419. Another is the description in "Harima no kuni fudoki" (the topography of Harima Province) (written around 716).
  420. Another is the pretext theory that presents a hypothesis that Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten was not established by Emperor Tenchi, but it was posteriorly written under the pretense that it was set up by Emperor Tenchi.
  421. Another kind of literature of songs and ballads 'kyoku (qu in Chinese)' appeared during the Song Dynasty, flourishing in the Yuan Dynasty (genkyoku [yuanqu in Chinese]).
  422. Another kind of official farm is chokushimaki, managed by Naikyuryo (Bureau of administration of barn in the imperial court, the emperor's horses and the pasture).
  423. Another kofun that had been destroyed like Ichiniwa Kofun when Heijo-kyu Palace was constructed is Shimeno Tumulus (117m in total length) which had been located below the second Daigokuden site.
  424. Another legend claims that after he died he was reincarnated as a sparrow who then devoured all the uncooked rice of the Imperial palace.
  425. Another legend has it that in the age of Nichiu, the ninth head of Taiseki-ji Temple, the Shishinden-gohonzon was engraved in a board to become a 'Substitute Gohonzon' while the honzon (Nichiren Shoshu) was hidden in a cave owned by the Ide family in Numazu for protection from burglars.
  426. Another legend names Kukai as the temple's founder.
  427. Another legend says it had a head of the cow and a body of the spider.
  428. Another legend says that it originated in the name of the Empress's 'Kyokatabira', (white clothing worn by the dead).
  429. Another legend says the temple was founded by FUJIWARA no Otsugu (774 to 843) in the early Heian period.
  430. Another legend states that he had been a cenacle along with KONDO since the years at the Shieikan training hall, and that he had gone to Kyoto with KONDO, but in any case SAITO's journey to Kyoto was separate from that of KONDO.
  431. Another likely model of the picture is Empress Danrin, and both of them are considered to have composed the poem, 'When I die, please don't burn or bury me. Leave me in the field to ease the hunger of starving dogs.'
  432. Another line is "MINAMOTO no Mitsumasa line of Seiwa-Genji."
  433. Another line is "MINAMOTO no Mitsusue line of Seiwa-Genji."
  434. Another line is "MINAMOTO no Yoshimitsu line of Seiwa-Genji."
  435. Another line is "Uda-Genji," a line of the Sasaki clan.
  436. Another main honorific language of death is 逝去.
  437. Another main service provided by the NDL is for the Executive and Judicial agencies of the government.
  438. Another major stream of Chinese Buddhism is the Jodo (Pure Land) sect however, this sect is a reflection of the influences of the times.
  439. Another manuscript by Sanetaka SANJONISHI is the one owned by Japan University.
  440. Another material is used for 'chumawashi' (the center part of kakejiku on which a painting or calligraphy is displayed).
  441. Another measure, which was seen mainly in the western part of Japan where jito came from the eastern part of Japan were placed higher than local kaihatsu-ryoshu or myoshu (owner of rice field), was Shitaji chubun by which jito and the lord of shoen divided the land equally.
  442. Another method is dividing it into 'eight and two' chants.
  443. Another method was attach a hook to the nageshi from which a to hang a circular frame.
  444. Another method which was passed down for improving eyesight was to repeatedly come and go between a dark room or a closet and a bright room.
  445. Another misconception is that Hideyoshi was not Hideyori TOYOTOMI's father but Mitsunari was, having engaged in intrigue with Yodo-dono.
  446. Another name
  447. Another name : maeita.
  448. Another name for Enryaku-ji Temple.
  449. Another name for Kashikone no Mikoto
  450. Another name for Ohotonoji no Mikoto
  451. Another name for Susano was 'Izanagi no Himanako Kaburogi Kumano Okami Kushimikenu no Mikoto,' who was an enshrined deity of Kumano-taisha Shrine in Matsue City, Shimane Prefecture.
  452. Another name for him was Uta TODA.
  453. Another name for ikura (salmon roe) is barako.
  454. Another name for it is the Yamamura Goten Palace.
  455. Another name for jianbing in China is 薫火.
  456. Another name for the main gate of a Buddhist temple.
  457. Another name for this kami is Mii no kami (御井神).
  458. Another name given to her is Ohirumenomuchi no kami.
  459. Another name he went by was Naoie.
  460. Another name is 'Niigata sake No. 72.'
  461. Another name is Daihikaku.
  462. Another name is Fukui no Daishi.
  463. Another name is Inoue Haigo (deposed empress) or Yoshino empress.
  464. Another name is Jiro TADA.
  465. Another name is Sogatsuhiko-jinja Shrine.
  466. Another name is Tokabo.
  467. Another name is Umanosuke.
  468. Another name is Watashi no Okami or Sakatoke no Kami.
  469. Another name is used in the case of Tsukushi-Soh.
  470. Another name of '雍尋城州' derived from that.
  471. Another name of Amaterasu was "Ohirumenomuchi"--this "ru" is an ancient equivalent of the preposition "no," which means "hirume" would become "hinome" ("sun woman") in modern Japanese.
  472. Another name of his was Giten.
  473. Another name of his was Hikosaburo MUTSU.
  474. Another name of his was Koretsuna MITSUGI.
  475. Another name of his was Masakatsu.
  476. Another name of his was Yoshihiro
  477. Another name of tarako is momijiko (used in Hokushinetsu regions and Hokkaido).
  478. Another name of the Rokujo Dairi (the Retired Emperor Shirakawa's temporary court in Rokujo).
  479. Another name of this road is 'Taishimichi,' as Prince Shotoku is supposed to have passed this road.
  480. Another name was Amenoshiraha no kami, and one theory said Nagashiraha no kami derived from Tenpaku Shinko (folk religion in the east half of Japan).
  481. Another name was Amenotorifune.
  482. Another name was Juro TAKANO.
  483. Another name was Masataka NAKAARAI.
  484. Another name was Ribu (Riho) O (Chinese name of Shikibu sho).
  485. Another name was Sai or Saiin.
  486. Another name was Seigetsu YANAGINOYA.
  487. Another name was the Empress Danrin.
  488. Another name:
  489. Another name: Josuke UBA (a pen name when he wrote gokan [bound-together volumes of illustrated books])
  490. Another name: Mii-dera Temple
  491. Another name: Nyonin Koya
  492. Another name: the first Nanboku Magotaro (孫太郎)
  493. Another name: the second Nanboku Magotaro
  494. Another name: the third Nanboku Magotaro
  495. Another names for the two gods
  496. Another names: Matsuno-o-dera or Matsuno-o-san.
  497. Another occupied Sakai City and exiled Yukan MATSUI, the government officer of Sakai, moved to Sumiyoshi County and Tennoji on the 6th and fought with rusui (caretaker or keeper) of Osaka-jo Castle such as Iemasa HACHISUKA, Chikamasa IKOMA and Nagamasa KURODA.
  498. Another of Chomu's achievements includes the establishing of Awazu Library in Gicho-ji Temple.
  499. Another of his aliases was Sochin KOKEI.
  500. Another of his diaries is "Kumano Goko-ki" (The Emperor's Pilgrimage to Kumano: National Treasure), which was written when Emperor Gotoba went on a pilgrimage to Kumano Sanzan (three major shrines, Kumano-hongu-taisha Shrine, Kumano-hayatama-taisha Shrine and Kumano-nachi-taisha Shrine) in 1201.
  501. Another of his sons, Hidenori ODA, was also born to a concubine.
  502. Another one is that; kaichigo was born from an old kaioke which had been handed down from a mother to her daughter as marriage furniture.
  503. Another one of his achievements included transcribing and editing important history books by hand to leave them in posterity.
  504. Another one of the characteristics is that there are many descriptions, in the manner of a diary which recorded the annual events at that time.
  505. Another one was copied in Japan during the Heian period.
  506. Another one was that the idea of changing a stand-up collar of the first official military dress into a double-breast jacket in English style but this was scrapped by the words of TOGO who said "The Imperial Japanese Navy won the victory in the Battle of Tsushima wearing this military dress."
  507. Another opinion asserts that the author was a monk belonging to the Buddhist temples of Nara and Mt. Hiei.
  508. Another opinion of the intended purpose of Mizuki
  509. Another opinion says that Nagahide was originally the heir of Yukinaga but Nagahide fell early in battle, so Yukinaga made Motonaga an adopted son of Nagahide.
  510. Another opinion states that it was used by the Jodoshu sect itself, who hated the name 'the Jodo Shinshu sect.'
  511. Another opinion states that the shoryo was given to his mother by Ittetsu INABA, who owned the territory at the time, instead of being bestowed by Nobunaga.
  512. Another palace was subsequently built by Emperor Shomu at the same location in 744 (See the article of 'the late Naniwa no Miya Palace' under Naniwa-kyo [an ancient capital of Naniwa]).
  513. Another part of instrumental music in a piece other than tegoto is 'ainote;' ainote refers to a part which is not as long as tegoto and which is the same as the interlude often found in various vocal music pieces.
  514. Another peculiar usage of Satoyama was for 'Kusayama' (pasture ground).
  515. Another pen name of Kien was Yuhisai.
  516. Another person playing the fruit tree, who is often a child, replies, "I will, I will." and promises a good harvest.
  517. Another piece of bad luck for Tsunayoshi is the existence of Mito Komon (Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA).
  518. Another pillar is the Omi-Ryo nonexistence Hypothesis, which argues that a story that Emperor Tenchi instituted Omi-Ryo was created during this period.
  519. Another platform, which was once used to enable such a track-switching function, remains on the premises.
  520. Another poem in manyo-gana: 去來子等 早日本邊 大伴乃 御津乃濱松 待戀奴良武
  521. Another point is that there were few promising supporters of Mitsuhide after Honno-ji no Hen.
  522. Another popular theory is that Soun killed Chachamaru at Fukane-jo Castle in Izu.
  523. Another popular way of eating soba is kake-soba (which is a short form of 'bukkakeru' (dump soup on something) whereby soba prepared as mori-soba or zaru-soba above is warmed in hot water before being placed in a bowl and hot soup is poured over the noodles.
  524. Another possible reason it would make sense for her to be called 'Sagiyama-dono' is that her marriage procession may have departed from Sagiyama-jo Castle where her parents lived even after she continued to live at Inabayama-jo Castle.
  525. Another prevailing opinion is that the name Kannami in the Ueshima family tree could have been added at a later date and that a document from the time Kannami lived would be needed to determine its validity.
  526. Another project called 'Shin Gigaku' (genuine gigaku) to revive gigaku for today's audience has been developed since 1980's, to be performed at temples in Nara Prefecture.
  527. Another pseudonym he used was Yoshitoshi IKKAISAI, and later he was renamed Yoshitoshi TAISO.
  528. Another purpose of establishing the honorary post is to activate personnel by making it easy to replace the chief priest.
  529. Another purpose was derived from the national principle that shrines were 'the nation's house of worship.'
  530. Another purpose was for the Market to learn the 'slow food movement' which originated in Italy.
  531. Another purpose was to activate art circles that were closely related to traditional arts and crafts, which were the main industries of Kyoto, in order to support the modernization of traditional arts and crafts.
  532. Another railway section between Nara and Sakurai was completed in 1898, after the 1896 merger of Nara Railway with Hatsuse Railway, which was constructing the relevant section at the time.
  533. Another reading of his name in the old Japanese syllabary characters is 'OSHIUMI no Ohokuni'
  534. Another reason behind the Takeda army's crushing defeats was that the battle formation of Takeda army collapsed.
  535. Another reason for Nanryo Nishu Gin circulating well was that auxiliary currency in between was much in demand because Kanei Tsuho Ichimon Sen (a coin currency unit) had been the only lower face value than Ichibu Ban (Koban) before the Meiwa era.
  536. Another reason for the permission was the fact that it was Catholic Christians that ardently conducted overseas missionary work during those days, so the Bakufu could not find a necessity to oust the Protestant Dutch.
  537. Another reason for this designation was that they could not afford to have extra sets of armor and had only a set of armor, while regular samurai had two sets of armor including a spare set.
  538. Another reason is attributed to motivation for translation of "Bankoku Koho."
  539. Another reason is that patterns of the bowl should be protected from being scratched.
  540. Another reason is the actual assurances (also an element of a brand) that come from their connections to public organizations.
  541. Another reason is the sovereign-vassal relationship with tributes between Chinese dynasties, great empires, and surrounding countries based on Sinocentrism and Suzerainty, that brought economic exchanges and a certain stability of diplomatic orders to East Asia.
  542. Another reason may be to avoid confusion with another road in Kyoto City's Yamashina Basin, which is also known as Nara-kaido Road.
  543. Another reason that shinpaku is desired for sake brewing is that koji molds enter into such voids and are then fermented.
  544. Another reason was that Daewongun felt a great cautiousness against the debate over sending a military expedition to Korea in Japan which had occurred from the problem of diplomatic correspondence.
  545. Another reason was the fact that distinction using numbers became difficult due to an increase in the number of higher schools.
  546. Another reason was the power struggle between Satsuma and Choshu.
  547. Another reason was, though it is unbelievable for people living in the beginning of the twenty-first century, that many female students used a second-class car since many higher education institutes for girls were located in this area,
  548. Another record has it that 'Matashiro Takakage was very nice-looking man, and much favored by lord Yoshitaka, who was a gay,' which verifies that handsome Takakage was homosexually intimate with, and much favored by Yoshitaka OUCHI.
  549. Another record states that the Ando clan, the Gozoku (local ruling family) in the Tsugaru region, was appointed as an Ezo Kanrei (or Ezo Daikan (local governor)) by the Hojo clan, the regent of the Kamakura bakufu, and that it controlled these three Ezo groups in the Kamakura period.
  550. Another relation to fifth grandchild of Tsuneyuki, FUJIWARA no Shokushi was the daughter of Nobutaka of Shurishiki (Office of Palace Repairs)) and a real mother of Emperor Gotoba, and her brother was Nobukiyo BOMON, who rose to Naidaijin.
  551. Another role of fudai daimyo was to keep a close watch on tozama daimyo.
  552. Another route is to approach from Hirono district and buses go from Kameoka Station.
  553. Another ruins were actually found as Shigaraki no Miya Palace (Miyamachi site) in Miyamachi, Shigaraki-cho.
  554. Another rule was "White and glossy stones of Kishu origin cannot be used by officials of Sixth Rank or lower, who should use black lacquered rhinoceros horn", (one theory claims they were often lacquered).
  555. Another says that the 'Jomon cookie' might be a type of preservative food like pemmican, which was dried and not broiled.
  556. Another section discusses how bees had made a nest in Sanesuke's own house, and how he was collecting their honey.
  557. Another shrine called Matsuo-jinja, which is located along the Oi-gawa River, is believed to have had a relationship with the Tsukiyomi-jinja Shrine, a Sessha (auxiliary shrine (dedicated to a deity closely related to that of the main shrine)) of the Matsuo-taisha Shrine (in Kyoto City), which is located in the lower reach of the river.
  558. Another similar expression is 'die by hanging yourself with udon (Japanese wheat noodle).'
  559. Another similar musical instrument in Europe is kantere, a folk musical instrument of Finland.
  560. Another similar tenshudai (raised foundation upon which the principal tower was constructed) has been unearthed in the excavation of Nagayori MATSUNAGA's Waroji-jo Castle.
  561. Another son, Sadanaga NAKAMURA, escaped to Mutsu claiming he came from the Nakamura clan (Sendai domain) and served the Date clan.
  562. Another source indicates that the population in 1837 (Tenpo 8) was 1,284,815.
  563. Another source says that his name was Genzo KOBAYASHI.
  564. Another states that Shinjiro SHIMADA, who had retired from being Kunai-sho Daizen-shiki (the Office of the Palace Table of the Ministry of the Sovereign's Household), opened a Western-style restaurant called "Ponchi-ken" in Ueno in 1929, and was the first to serve it.
  565. Another statue is enshrined secretly in the sanctum of Shincho-ji Temple on Mt. Tokei, situated in Tachikawa City, Tokyo Metropolis.
  566. Another stone statue called Saruishi is placed on the side of a path leading to Takatori-jo Castle.
  567. Another story has it that SOGA no Himuka no Omi founded this temple in 654 in order to cure Emperor Kotoku's illness ("Jogu Shotoku Hooteisetsu" [The Biography of Shotoku Taishi] book-end notes).
  568. Another story has it that he was the first one to bring Moso-chiku (Moso bamboo) to Japan.
  569. Another story is that his mother might have been the daughter of a court noble or the daughter of a vassal.
  570. Another story is that she became the deity of the bridge after being defeated by MINAMOTO no Tsuna.
  571. Another story says that rotted fish filled the whole Azuchi-jo Castle with fishy smell.
  572. Another study suggests that ancient people clapped hands in greeting others for the purpose of expressing their respects and showing that they neither had weapons in their hands nor felt hostility,
  573. Another style includes that everytime the tea bowl of koicha is drunk and returned to the host, the host refolds the chakin (tea cloth, a bleached white linen cloth used to dry a tea bowl).
  574. Another suggestion is that it started in 1185 when the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa allowed the establishment of Shugo and Jito (military governor and estate steward) and Heike (the family of TAIRA no Kiyomori, a collateral line of Ise-Heishi (Taira clan) of the Taira clan) fell in Dan no ura.
  575. Another surname of his is Tokuhiro.
  576. Another tasting way of eating Dashi is to mingle it with the same quantity of soba-tsuyu (seasoning soy sauce) to add a special flavor to soba noodles.
  577. Another term for 'State Shinto' before World War II.
  578. Another theory
  579. Another theory about the letters for his given name is 佐底麻呂.
  580. Another theory about the letters for his given name is 清足.
  581. Another theory about the origin of the kimon is that because the prevailing wind blows from the northeast in China, inside a house any wet areas placed in that direction as seen from the center of the house would become unsanitary.
  582. Another theory argues that Katsutoshi and Toshifusa were sons of the Family Head Motoaki TAKEDA of the Wakasa-Takeda clan.
  583. Another theory argues that, because some descriptions are based on official documents, the author may well have been a nobleman in the imperial court.
  584. Another theory asserts that Jicchi of Bosatsu should be called Juju.
  585. Another theory asserts that the castle was 'Takasugi-yama-jo Castle' in Akitakata City, Hiroshima Prefecture.
  586. Another theory claims that by the era Kiyoyasu MATSUDAIRA, the grandfather of Ieyasu, Ieyasu had already referred to himself as a descendant of the Serada clan.
  587. Another theory claims that the verb 'sasu' (literally, to stab) was to avoid the use of 'kiru' (literally, to cut), which is a taboo word.
  588. Another theory excepts Saidai-ji Temple from the list and adds venerable Gufuku-ji Temple (present-day Kawahara-dera Temple) from a historic point of view, which suggests that the listing of great temples started from four temples and expanded later.
  589. Another theory for omusubi is that the word 'musubu' (tie) indicates ubusuna (a god) who embraces spirits and protects the earth.
  590. Another theory has it that 'tama' refers to 'tamashii' (spirit).
  591. Another theory has it that Nobutaka was born on May 2, 1558.
  592. Another theory has it that when Hideyoshi collapsed the bank around the Takamatsu-jo Castle on his way to the Kinai region, it created a slough between the two armies, depriving the Mori army of the chance to pursue Hideyoshi.
  593. Another theory holds that a sword was made; if the theory be correct, all the three imperial regalia (the curved jewels, the sacred mirror, and the sacred sword) would have been made in this mythical story.
  594. Another theory holds that as Yorimasa and the rest of the Settsu Genji had served Emperors Konoe and Nijo, who were directly descended from retired emperor Toba, in the capacity of Protector of the Interior, they were bound to oppose the enthronement of Takakura and Antoku, who were from a different imperial lineage.
  595. Another theory holds that other unidentified deities are also enshrined.
  596. Another theory holds that the royal family or the nobles of the Former Qin Dynasity built by the Fu clan during the Period of Sixteen Kingdoms reached Japan through the Korean Peninsula during wars.
  597. Another theory holds that the use of "Gotoba-in" (Retired Emperor Gotoba), the emperor's posthumous name, in story number 159 proves it must have been compiled soon after 1242, when this posthumous name first came into use.
  598. Another theory holds that the word derives from 'Jinzai (meaning "gods exist") Mochi' originated in the Izumo region.
  599. Another theory holds that yomi comes from "yomo" (all four directions/sides), simply expressing the concept that it is what lies beyond the world of everyday life.
  600. Another theory is Hidemitsu (Yaheiji MIYAKE) was a son of Tokuoki MIYAKE (三宅徳置), a local samurai of Tsuneyama in Bizen Province.
  601. Another theory is based on a historical event in which, on the day before the day of Setsubun, a vassal of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI named Yoshiharu HORIO happened to eat what looked like maki-zushi and departed for the front, and came off of a great victory in the battle.
  602. Another theory is that 'Ameno uzume' (goddess of entertainment) was corrupted into 'Achime' (in Guansho [commentary book on Kagurauta]).
  603. Another theory is that 'Kumo' or 'Kumu' used in his name mean 'among the trees,' symbolizing the land where trees grow.
  604. Another theory is that 'Uzu' was written using the kanji character for 'thick,' indicating that the Hata clan established their foothold in this region, while 'Masa' was written using the kanji character for 'Hata' of Hata clan; resulting in the region being called 'Uzumasa.'
  605. Another theory is that Mutsu Province and Dewa Province were unable to afford the Fushu allowance anymore which provided for the re-education of the barbarians.
  606. Another theory is that Nobunaga ODA murdered Shingen by poisoning him with arsenic.
  607. Another theory is that Yoshikane ASHIKAGA founded it in the late 12th century.
  608. Another theory is that he killed himself because he suffered from the ugly scars left by smallpox which deformed his once celebrated beautiful face.
  609. Another theory is that he may have been part of the powerful family that ruled Kagamisato, Yasu County in Omi Province, and died in the Jinshin War.
  610. Another theory is that ojiya was derived from the sound 'jiyajiya,' but it is not supported in recent years.
  611. Another theory is that the Ina clan was from the MINAMOTO no Mitsuyoshi line of Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) or were descendants of MINAMOTO no Tametomo, a great-grandson of Mitsuyoshi.
  612. Another theory is that the Sozoku-based relations became ceremonial.
  613. Another theory is that the name of 'sukiyaki' came from sukimi (scraped meats) being used as ingredients.
  614. Another theory is that the name of the sword came from the name of present-day 'Murakumo Town' in Showa Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
  615. Another theory is that the person who invented hayashi rice was a descendant of Shihei HAYASHI (virtually, a descendant of the elder sister of Shihei).
  616. Another theory is that the word was derived from the meaning that goods sold through the trade in lotus leaves changed seasonally, or that it referred to seasonal articles or mocks.
  617. Another theory is that this fast cooking method was perfect for impatient people.
  618. Another theory is that this is the altitude above sea level of the Kyoto Imperial Palace.
  619. Another theory is that this term originated from a product by the name of Shiho Tsukuba (which contains a Chinese character referring to Murasaki; Mt. Tsukuba) seen from Tsuchiura.
  620. Another theory is that this was shouted on the scene by a person named Roichi NAITO who served as Itagaki's secretary at that time.
  621. Another theory is that tofu was introduced into Japan by a Japanese envoy to the Tang Dynasty of China in the Nara period, but it's very possible that tofu was introduced prior to that time.
  622. Another theory is that, since soba noodles are easily cut, they express the hope that all burdens imposed during the last year will be "cut off" and not carried over into the next year; however, this explanation is believed to be newer than the custom.
  623. Another theory is the Namiai theory (the place his son, Imperial Prince Tadayoshi/Tadanaga died), the Kozuyamada theory, and there are other theories that he died in Echigo or Ecchu.
  624. Another theory is to identify Toyo as the first Saigu (the ancient Imperial Princesses serving at the Ise shrine) who enshrined Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) by the Emperor's order.
  625. Another theory maintains that there has been no record of facilities at the site of the Hotta no saku (fort in Hotta), though they had constructed an extremely large fort, because officials sent from the central government to monitor the region were entertained in those facilities.
  626. Another theory mentions that Shinshichi hit on an idea when he saw a beautiful young man wearing Japanese kimono for women at Ryogokubashi one day, Toyokuni who heard of it from Shinichi drew it as nishiki-e, and Shinichi dramatized it based on the nishiki-e.
  627. Another theory points out that the author was aware of the readers of "Imakagami" (The Mirror of the Present) because "Rokudai Shojiki" started with the enthronement of Emperor Takakura where "Imakagami" concluded, although the two books were not explicitly related.
  628. Another theory regarded as very likely on the basis of Kamakura Ozoshi (Military chronicle written during the Muromachi period) is that ONO no Takamura founded the school around 839 (or 842) in the Heian period
  629. Another theory relates it to 'kashiwade', which means a court cook.
  630. Another theory said that he actually did not go to the Suo Province.
  631. Another theory said that she escaped as the castle fell and mourned Mitsunari.
  632. Another theory says Mitsuhide (actually Toshimitsu) attacked Honno-ji Temple right before troops gathered in Osaka to attack Shikoku.
  633. Another theory says it came from what is called nanryogae that is the exchange of silver by cupellation with chogin at gin-za (an organization in charge of casting and appraising of silver during the Edo period).
  634. Another theory says it was familiar with Shaka's 10 disciples and was related to the editing of Buddhist sutras.
  635. Another theory says that 108 means to get rid of Shikuhakku (hardship): in Japanese, four, nine, eight is pronounced 'shi', 'ku', 'ha(tchi)', respectively, and 4X9+8X9 could be pronounced Shikuhakku and 4X9+8X9 is equal to 108.
  636. Another theory says that Aijiro SASAKI was originally a spy of Choshu clan, but he, who was strongly impressed by the Shinsengumi's ideal, betrayed the Choshu side.
  637. Another theory says that Gyoki was born near 3 cho-me, Takashinohama, Takaishi City, Osaka Prefecture, where there is a stone monument inscribed with 'Birthplace of Gyoki.'
  638. Another theory says that Harunobu was in conspiracy with a senior vassal, or with Yoshimoto IMAGAWA, according to the "Koyo Gunkan" (record of the military exploits of the Takeda family).
  639. Another theory says that Nobunari took credit for killing Katsushige TODA, in the Battle of Sekigahara, who was actually killed by Nagataka ODA, and Ieyasu reproached Nobunari for that.
  640. Another theory says that Yorimasa, who served Emperor Konoe and Emperor Nijo, both in the blood line of the Retired Emperor Toba, as Ouchi Shugo, the role his family had served for generations, did not willingly accept Emperor Takakura and Emperor Antoku, who were different from the former blood line, and felt opposed to them.
  641. Another theory says that actually IKUTA just made public the sokyoku which the master KITAJIMA had already reformed secretly.
  642. Another theory says that after Hidetsugu's death by Hideyoshi, Yoshisato guarded and fostered a bereaved child of Shigekore KIMURA who was implicated in Hidetsugu and ordered to commit Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) as his vassal.
  643. Another theory says that he respected Ezo who were resisting the Yamato dynasty adamantly as strong men and adopted his name after them.
  644. Another theory says that it is derived from an idea that the emperor is a descendent of Taiyoshin (the sun god), i.e., 'demise of the emperor means that the sun hides behind a cloud'.
  645. Another theory says that senbei is originated from 'parched rice cake,' and so the truth is unknown.
  646. Another theory says that the coups intended to take the will from the Soga clan to fight back by letting him become a priest.
  647. Another theory says that the present Matsubara-dori Street was the former 'Gojo-dori' Street; Gojoten-jinja Shrine was located at former Gojo-dori Nishino-toin, and a bridge was there for the fight to take place.
  648. Another theory says that when cheep kelp was used for its ingredient instead of Judas's-ear, threadlike kelp appeared on the rounded shape surface, and they looked like flying geese.
  649. Another theory shows that Ashura's challenges to fight deprived him of the mind to permit Taishakuten in spite of justice though Sashi had already became the lawful wife of Taishakuten.
  650. Another theory states that 'mara' is a Mongolian word that means iron.
  651. Another theory states that Kagami no Okimi was a princess of Emperor Jomei.
  652. Another theory states that Ryomen-sukuna refers to Emperor Chuai's sons, Kagosaka no Miko and Oshikuma no Mikoto.
  653. Another theory states that a pufferfish was wrapped in a piece of cloth and left to stand overnight before being cooked, which resulted in using the combination of Chinese characters meaning 'cloth' and 'long' that can be read as 'fuku.'
  654. Another theory states that his name includes no honorific title because he rebelled against the Amatsukami (the gods of heaven).
  655. Another theory states that mirin developed from sweet alcoholic beverages that have long existed in Japan such as nerizake and white sake when shochu was added to prevent decay.
  656. Another theory states that since there is no divine title, Amatsumara is not the name of a god but a general term for blacksmiths (or their deified ancestor).
  657. Another theory states that the Abura-no-koji Incident, in which the Shinsen-gumi masterless warrior party assassinated ITO, had occurred based on the information given at the time SAITO returned.
  658. Another theory states that there was a rumor that the Yoshinobu Incident was caused by close followers of Yoshinobu, and some argue that it was a remote cause that led to the fall of Takeda clan.
  659. Another theory states that this matter was actually the intrigue of MINAMOTO no Yoshiie plotted against Yoritoshi, sprung from the fear for Yoritoshi to establish his influence in Mutsu Province.
  660. Another theory states, on the contrary, that more poems selected in Hyakunin Shuka retain the original style of waka than those in Hyakunin Issu, therefore the former was the prototype of the latter.
  661. Another theory states, on the other hand, that it should be read as "kusoto," in which "to," as in "norito," refers to a magical act, and kusoto is an act to pollute the crops by cursing the manure.
  662. Another theory suggests a different type of soup broth, Tokai type or Nagoya type, existing in addition to the Kanto and Kansai types, by regarding the Tokai region as an area with separate Udon noodle cultures, not as an area merely lying halfway between the Kanto and Kansai regions.
  663. Another theory suggests that during the Sixteen Kingdoms period (in China), the imperial family and court nobles from the Former Qin dynasty might have fled to Japan through the Korean peninsula in the middle of a war.
  664. Another theory suggests that he survived the rebellion, but nothing has been heard of him since then.
  665. Another theory suggests that it was founded by the Emperor Keiko for worshiping Yachihoko-no-kami (other name of Okuninushi [chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan]) under the name Hyozu-no-okami.
  666. Another theory suggests that natives who had intruded into the castle for plunder set fire.
  667. Another theory suggests that the Kira clan was attacked and fell by the Motoyama clan, but the credibility is low due to Shigetoki MOTOYAMA's pretension of the Kira clan and from the other documents.
  668. Another theory suggests that the Oda government collapsed because Nobunaga adopted a system of radical meritocracy, which allowed Hideyoshi HASHIBA to usurp the position of the Oda clan after Nobunaga's death.
  669. Another theory suggests that the permission resulted from the promise the company made to the Bakufu that it would never conduct missionary work.
  670. Another theory supposes that, if she was important enough to make it into the Chinese history books, then Himiko's name should have been recorded as with equal mention within Japan, and it is only Amaterasu Omikami who held such status in the Japanese history books.
  671. Another theory was that it was derived from Susa-jinja Shrine in Izumo (the present-day Susa-jinja Shrine in Izumo City, Shimane Prefecture) (Susano was created by deifying the head of Susa-go), or that it was from the king of iron sand or the chief of O County.
  672. Another theory, by taking the influence of "Yakushikyo Sutra" into consideration, states that this refers to disasters by unrighteous divine spirits in a broad sense, as described in the Sutra: 'yaksha, rakshasa, bishaja, and other evil fierce gods.'
  673. Another theory: according to "Honhan Rekifu" (Chronicle of the domain) of Kaga Domain, it was described as, 'she died on March 3 in Moriyama, Etchu Province, and her mother was from the Ikoma clan,' however, it was revealed later that Kitsuno IKOMA (Nobunaga's concubine) (year of death) had nothing to do with her.
  674. Another thesis asserts that Miroku Bosatsu was created by incorporating the sun god ミスラ, who had been admired in Western Asia and believed in as Bosatsu, so that its character as the savior stemmed from this.
  675. Another thing was that Soka Gakkai believers caused criminal incidents, and they were arrested twice at Hosho-ji Temple in Yokosuka City when they were caught in the act of starting or causing fires.
  676. Another time, an actor playing the role of the inoshishi touched a pine tree on the stage and said, "I can see a sweet potato field. I think I'm going to eat one."
  677. Another tradition delivers that Suburo Tadaie captured Shigehira alive; in this way, there are various theories as to the samurai who caught Shigehira.
  678. Another tradition tells that Buddha was born on February 8 (old lunar calendar) (The second month of the Indian calendar, Vaisakha).
  679. Another two gods were born by his purifying himself at the bottom of the water.
  680. Another two gods were born by his purifying himself in the middle of the water.
  681. Another two gods were born by his purifying himself on the surface of the water.
  682. Another type is to place a pedestal called a Rokkaku pole (hexagonal pole) or a Hakkaku pole (octagonal pole) on the base and put Chudai (literally, a stand in the middle), the lotus-shaped support of a pagoda finial and an egg-shaped pagoda on the pedestal.
  683. Another type issued is the SMART ICOCA, which can be recharged without cash at hand but with a corresponding credit card.
  684. Another type of cheap lodging house is called 'doya' and many of them can be seen in the districts where there are job brokers for day workers.
  685. Another type of mobile shop that is permitted, is one that uses motor vehicles, but this shop type is not common, unlike Japan; the expense in obtaining a license permit is very high; and the places of operation for these motorized stalls is very limited.
  686. Another unearthed Shibocho was made of lacquer-infiltrating paper document found in the 341st research of Nagaoka-kyo (Muko City, Nagaokakyo City and Kyoto City in Kyoto Prefecture), but only some information, such as date of death, was found, because the document was found in several fragments.
  687. Another unique point rarely seen in other martial arts is that aikido links its religious ceremonial nature with physical fitness and positions it as one of the purposes of training.
  688. Another unique rule of Hankyu Railway worth mentioning was the designation of 'all seats--priority seats.'
  689. Another variation is katsu-hayashi (hashed beef and rice) in which the sauce for hashed beef and rice is used instead of curry sauce.
  690. Another variation is the 'Italian hamburger' with a tomato based sauce, 'hamburger with grated radish (in Japanese style)' with grated radish and a sauce of Japanese taste, and 'stewed hamburger' with demi-glace sauce (type of brown sauce).
  691. Another vassal reported "Patrols are allocated between Omi no miya and Asuka.
  692. Another vendor site involves a prefabricated store, such as an erected tent.
  693. Another version has it that Goha (five strong feudal lords in the Chunqiu period) was formed in the Zhangguo period due to the connection with Gogyo shiso (Five Elements Theory).
  694. Another version holds that his mother was a younger sister or niece of Mitsuhide AKECHI; however, this is biologically impossible in light of the age difference between Mitsuhide (born in 1528) and Toshimitsu (born in 1534).
  695. Another version of Vow 18
  696. Another version of the story has WATANABE no Tsuna cutting off Ibaraki Doji's arm at Rashomon (a famous gate in Kyoto).
  697. Another version says a child who attacked and ate people at night at Byakugo-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture grew up to become Shuten Doji.
  698. Another version tells that Shuten Doji, as he was dying, repented all his sins and wished to help people who suffer diseases above their neck and was therefore enshrined as a Daimyo-jin, literally a great Shinto god.
  699. Another view asserts that the author was FUJIWARA no Hideyoshi.
  700. Another view holds that starting point of this period is when Ieyasu TOKUGAWA won the Battle of Sekigahara, and its ending is when Edo-jo Castle, the base of the Edo shogunate government, was surrendered to the imperial army, however.
  701. Another view is that Akago is yokai which appeared in "Buson Yokai Emaki" (Picture Scrolls with Monstrous Beings) created by a Haiku poet, Buson YOSA.
  702. Another view is that he was killed by robbers at the end of 1335, and it is likely that he died around that time because after 1335 he is not mentioned in "Taihei-ki", Chronicle of the Great Peace.
  703. Another view is that it originates in an ancient custom of placing the dead in a coffin and waiting for a few days to make sure that the person had really died.
  704. Another view is that the Haji and the Sugawara clans were toraijin (people from the continent).
  705. Another view is that; Shojo SHOKADO served up food in the partitioned container noted above which amused his customers.
  706. Another view states that the Takada clan was forced to make the attacks to confirm the alliance relationship.
  707. Another view, which asserts that the original phrase of 'monto monoimi shirazu' (monto don't know ritual abstention) or 'monto monoimi sezu' (monto don't conduct ritual abstention) has been passed down after being distorted to 'monto mono shirazu,' is sometimes cited in the preachings of Jodo Shinshu Sect.
  708. Another view, which claims that boiling water used to provide the furo (drying room for urushi-ware) with moisture was utilized to simmer Japanese radish for energy saving, is more realistic.
  709. Another viewpoint claims that the Bakufu embarked on strengthening its quarantine practices in addition to establishing the Bakufu Seyaku-in (Pharmacy Institution), citing the threat of infectious diseases brought in by foreign ships entering ports in various regions in conditions that were no better than drifting ships.
  710. Another villa which Ito had built later still remains in Nojima (Ito Hirobumi Museum).
  711. Another was a rectangular Kutai-do Hall in which to put nine statues of Amida (Amitabha), and a Joruri-ji Temple Hondo (main hall) is the existing ancient structure that is remaining.
  712. Another was excavated from Akura Tumulus in Takarazuka City, Hyogo Prefecture and it has an inscription about counting years of year seven in Sekiu (in 244).
  713. Another was that Keihan Bus established an information booth (now closed) in front of Uji Station (JNR West) within the property of Uji Tawara Jidosha in order to sell commuter tickets and to entice travelers for the Kyoto Regular Tour Bus.
  714. Another was that the actual cultivator of the land was differentiated from the person responsible for those burdens, and it went, "The land is owned by - (or, "held by the family of - ") and cultivated by -."
  715. Another was the local government framework which eliminated the daimyo's rule such as the Kaga Ikko ikki Revolt and sokoku ikki including Kii Saiga, what was called 'a sideways solidarity.'
  716. Another way is that salesclerks carry Ekiben and tea using a rectangular, tray or low box shaped container, which is suspended from their necks by a belt attached to the container and kept in front of them.
  717. Another way is to draw up the body of the turban from the shell first, cut off the bottom end, cut the body into bite-size pieces, then get them back inside the shell, and then burn the shell in a fire.
  718. Another way of making mizu-yokan is to use brown sugar instead of bean jam.
  719. Another way of reading his last name was 'Yamanami,' but he signed his name as '三南 (Sannan)' and '三男 (Sannan),' so it was highly likely that his last name was pronounced 'Sannan.'
  720. Another way to eat gari is to dip it in soy source and put it on sushi.
  721. Another way used frequently to decline any request politely is to subjectify other persons like your husband, saying, for example, 'I have to ask for my husband's opinion.'
  722. Another weak point of Benkei is the part of the middle finger above the first joint.
  723. Another weight of komainu (white-colored, with closed maw and with a horn on the forehead) is placed on the front end of the right side drape.
  724. Another well-known vengeful spirit is TAIRA no Masakado, and it is said that cataclysms occurred frequently in the vicinity of his tomb "Masakado Zuka" and they were believed to be caused by Masakado's tatari.
  725. Another widespread belief is that tatari are caused by divine trees or spiritual trees.
  726. Another woman says, 'The boy and his mother has now turned into two gods, and the three gods are enshrined as the three gods of Kamo.
  727. Another yeast under development is a high isoamyl-acetate-producing yeast, which is a trifluoroleucine (leucine analog)-resistant strain derived from Mahoroba Hana yeast.
  728. Anpachi District, Mino Province
  729. Anpachi District, Mino Province,
  730. Anpan
  731. Anpan (a round soft bread with azuki bean paste in the center) is a kind of a sweet bun with 'an' (sweet bean paste).
  732. Anpan is type of bun unique to Japan, invented to meet the tastes of Japanese during the Meiji Period with such variations of bean pastes as tsubuan (sweet bean paste containing pieces of azuki bean skin), koshian (smooth bean paste), and in rare cases, shiroan (white bean paste) and uguisuan (uguisu-greenbean paste).
  733. Anpan of the Kimuraya bakery was presented to the Meiji Emperor.
  734. Anpan was originally created by Yasubei KIMURA, the founder of Kimuraya (known today as Kimuraya-sohonten (Japan's first bakery) and a former samurai from Ibaragi Prefecture, and with his second son named Eizaburo KIMURA, they put anpan on the market at their bakery in Ginza in 1874 where it was well received.
  735. Anpei-fu (round-shaped fu)
  736. Anpei-fu is round yaki-fu that is produced in Yamaguchi Prefecture.
  737. Anpo
  738. Anpo (dates of birth and death unknown) was a priest and a poet who lived during the mid-Heian period.
  739. Anpo-ei and Gakuentoso-ei
  740. Anpukuden Hall
  741. Anpukuden Hall was one of the halls of the dairi (Imperial Palace) in the city of Heian-kyo.
  742. Anrajushja
  743. Anraku
  744. Anraku-ji Temple
  745. Anraku-ji Temple (Gamagori City) (Gamagori City, Aichi Prefecture) Mikawa Shichifukujin
  746. Anraku-ji Temple (Gamagori City) (Gamagori City, Aichi Prefecture): Mikawa Shichifukujin
  747. Anraku-ji Temple (Moriyama City)
  748. Anraku-ji Temple Hakkaku (octagonal) Sanjunoto: Ueda City, Nagano Prefecture; Kamakura period
  749. Anraku-ji Temple: Ueda City, Nagano Prefecture
  750. Anrakuan School: Sakuden ANRAKUAN (it is uncertain whether it presents itself or not).
  751. Anrakuju-in Temple
  752. Anrakuju-in Temple Daishi-do: It was rebuild using the material of the Shinmito pagoda which had collapsed with the earthquake in 1596.
  753. Anrakuju-in Temple is its vestige.
  754. Anrakujuin Temple
  755. Anrakujuin Temple and Toba Rikyu
  756. Anrakujuin Temple is a Buddhist temple belonging to the Chisan school of the Shingon Sect located in Takeda, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City.
  757. Anrakujuin Temple is situated in Takeda, Fushimi-ku Ward in the southern outskirts of Kyoto.
  758. Anrakujuin Temple was donated large manors throughout Japan and these temple estates (later inherited by Imperial Princess Akiko, the daughter of Emperor Toba, and named the Hachijoin Estate) became the financial basis of the imperial family (Daikakuji-to (imperial lineage starting with Emperor Kameyama)).
  759. Anrakushu (A Collection of Passages Concerning Birth in the Pure Land)
  760. Anrin TERAUCHI, one of the headmen of Mukai Village, Tanboku County, Kawachi Province (Matsubara City, Osaka Prefecture) and a Haiku poet of Danrin-ha, wrote a book of a travel titled "Kumano Annaiki" (Guidebook to Kumano) (hereinafter quote it as "Annaiki").
  761. Ansai YAMAZAKI
  762. Ansai YAMAZAKI (January 24, 1619 - October 16, 1682) was a Confucian scholar, neo-Confucian scholar, Shintoist and philosopher of the early Edo period.
  763. Ansai YAMAZAKI was against Buddhism as a Confucian scholar, and actively promoted a fusion of Confucianism and Shinto, advocating Suika Shinto (Shinto thoughts advocated by Ansai YAMAZAKI).
  764. Ansai YAMAZAKI, Kenzan NONAKA, Sansei OGURA, and others.
  765. Ansatsu (Movie)
  766. Ansei
  767. Ansei Chogin (December 1859, 386 t, 13%)
  768. Ansei Chogin Ansei Mameitagin (December 1859, 13%)
  769. Ansei Nishu gin
  770. Ansei Purge
  771. Ansei koban (June 1859, 351,000 ryo, 2.4 monme, 56.8%)
  772. Ansei koban Ansei ichibu ban (June 1859, 0.60 monme, 56.8%)
  773. Ansei nibuban
  774. Ansei nibuban was started to be casted from June, 1856 and issued from July 29 of the same year and the ryome was 1/2 of Tenpo koban, however the karat was only over 1/3, low karat gold coin next to isshukin to earn profit by recasting.
  775. Ansei no Taigoku (suppression of extremists by the Shogunate)
  776. Ansei no Taigoku lead to a decrease in general awareness and a shortfall in human resources in the shogunate, plus intensified Sonno activities by the anti-shogunate group, and it is said these were underlying causes in the fall of the government.
  777. Ansei no Taigoku was an act of suppression conducted by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) between 1858 and 1859.
  778. Ansei no Taigoku was the oppression of people who were against such policies.
  779. Ansei-ji Temple
  780. Ansei-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple belonging to the Shoichi school of Rinzai Sect located in Kita Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  781. Anseki O (Wang Anshi) created annotations for "Rites of Zhou," "Shikyo," and "Shujing" in his "New annotation of the Three Classics," and other scholars belonging to the New learning created annotations for the other Keisho.
  782. Anseki O (Wang Anshi) especially valued the "New annotation of Shukan," and implemented various new acts, aiming to establish a centralized government based on "Rites of Zhou."
  783. Anseki O (Wang Anshi) named "Moshi" instead of "The Book of Filial Piety" and "Jiga" (Erya), and in the Southern Song Dynasty, "Annotation and Interpretation of the Book of Mencius" was compiled on the pretext of Son Seki.
  784. Anseki O (Wang Anshi) of Sung indicated that the legend was adapted from Dai bontenno monbutsu ketsugi kyo.
  785. Anshi gave birth to a son, who later became Emperor Reizei, and became the Chugu (wife of the emperor). Thereafter, she gave birth to Imperial Prince Tamehira and Emperor Enyu.
  786. Anshi herself died early, but the accession of Emperors Reizei and Enyu, who were born from Anshi became the foundation for the development of the line of regents and advisors of the Kujo School and led to the prosperous period with the niece of Anshi, FUJIWARA no Michinaga, as head.
  787. Anshin
  788. Ansho Elementary School
  789. Ansho Elementary School, Kameoka City
  790. Ansho-ji Temple (Kyoto City)
  791. Ansho-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Monzeki Temple)
  792. Ansho-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple belonging to the Koyasan Shingon Sect located in Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City.
  793. Ansho-ji Temple was founded by a nyuto-priest (priest wet to China for studying), Keiun, in the year 848 following a vow made by FUJIWARA no Nobuko, the concubine of the Emperor Ninmei and the mother of Emperor Buntoku.
  794. Anshoji-ryu simplified lineage (founder, Soi): Kukai - Shinga - Gennin - Shobo - Kangen - Ningai - Seison - Hanshun - Genkaku - Soi
  795. Anshoken Teahouse
  796. Answering it, she says, 'Is the voice my sweetheart's?'
  797. Answering methods
  798. Answering the poem "A long time has passed, even from my perspective; how many generations has that princess pine on the banks of Suminoe been" (Ise Monogatari [The Tales of Ise]), the deity of Sumiyoshi Myojin appears in an assumed form and gallantly dances the Kami mai (god dance) under the beautiful moonlight.
  799. Anta ga Ichiban Erain ya!Ujiuji Suru na! Kuyokuyo Suru na!
  800. Anta-bashi Bridge
  801. Antagata dokosa' (Where are you from?)
  802. Antagonism against Kamakura
  803. Antagonism against Nijo's directly run government, continued with the cooperation with the Taira clan
  804. Antagonizing Shugyoku ANRYUBO and others, who supported Senyo IKENOBO, Nichiho went down to Owari and Edo and couldn't be active because of Ikenobo's tatebana.
  805. Antarctica
  806. Antares Stakes
  807. Antecedent of Naikanho: Mishirabe
  808. Antei December 10, 1227 - March 5, 1229
  809. Anthologies Compiled by the Imperial Order
  810. Anthologies of Japanese and Chinese poetry centering on priests of the Five Zen Monasteries were independently edited, and annotations on these anthologies were sometimes made ("Selected Chinese Saplings Poems" and so on).
  811. Anthologists
  812. Anthology with Crane, Painting by Sotatsu TAWARAYA; calligraphy by Koetsu HONAMI
  813. Anthonie Thomas Lubertus ROUWENHORST MULDER (Dutch)
  814. Anthony of Nagasaki
  815. Anthropologist Tsuneichi MIYAMOTO reported a case of a person in Takihata, Kawachinagano City, Osaka Prefecture, who learned to read and write after reaching adolescence in order to file a suite and recover the common land which was expropriated as a public land during the Meiji Period.
  816. Anti-Aging Research Center
  817. Anti-Aging Research Center was established.
  818. Anti-Atsutane group accused Atsutane, stating he interpreted many books arbitrary and made arguments forcefully.
  819. Anti-Honchi-suijaku
  820. Anti-Ieyasu powers led by Mitsunari ISHIDA opposed such moves by Ieyasu, resulting in the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, which divided the entire country into two parties.
  821. Anti-Japan movement
  822. Anti-Taira clan forces in areas other than Kanto became more active.
  823. Anti-Taira clan movements in the Kinai (the five provinces in the immediate vicinity of Kyoto) area also became active especially among the religious.
  824. Anti-Taira-clan forces in Kinai were suppressed by Nanto Yakiuchi (the Incident of Heishi's army setting fire to the temples in Nanto), but the retired Emperor Takakura, who was suffering a worsening illness, died on January 14, 1180.
  825. Anti-Tokugawa powers gathered together around one of the Gobugyo (five major magistrates) Mitsunari ISHIDA, and when Ieyasu commanded an army for conquest of Aizu in July 1600, Mitsunari organized the Western Camp with Terumoto MORI as the supreme commander, and rose up in arms (the Battle of Sekigahara).
  826. Anti-secularity,' which was one of attributes of Bunjin began to be fostered since around this time and the standards of value to reject 'secularity' and to respect 'elegance' was formed.
  827. Anti-shogunate court nobles including Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Taruhito, Tadayasu NAKAYAMA, Sanetomi SANJO, and Tomomi IWAKURA decided to put Imperial Prince Asahiko under custody of the Hiroshima clan in 1868.
  828. Anti-supporters
  829. Antibacterial and antiseptic effects
  830. Antifoaming agent
  831. Antiforeign imperialism nobles such as Sanjo fell from power and the Choshu clan was forced to retreat from Kyoto.
  832. Antioch College
  833. Antioxidants such as "Vitamin C" are added to control flavor deterioration over the lapse of time.
  834. Antipyretic effect
  835. Antique Kimono
  836. Antique Kimono refers to Kimono made before the beginning of the Showa period and particularly in good condition.
  837. Antique Kiomono were made when Japanese people wore kimono everyday, so most of them were well sewed, dyed, and devised for putting on easily.
  838. Antique dealers such as Shichibe HATTORI and Kahee TSUCHIHASHI were looking for someone who could buy the hand scrolls, and visited Takashi MASUDA (pen name Donno), industrialist, renowned master of the tea ceremony and art collector, for consultation.
  839. Antiquities and Old Items
  840. Antlers of elks from Oshu, which were believed to be broken by Chikaie, measure about 90 cm long and about 20 cm ?.
  841. Antoku's Birth and Cloister Government by Takakura
  842. Antoku, who was still in his infancy, could not administer the affairs of state, thus, the reopening of the Goshirakawa cloister government became unavoidable.
  843. Antonio FONTANESI (Italy)
  844. Antonio KONISHI was ichimonshu (clansman) and a male cousin of Yukinaga.
  845. Antonym : hitoe (a single layer of kimono)
  846. Antonym for core tool.
  847. Antonym of 村--village is city (urban area).
  848. Anxious about her only daughter living with the Ikeda family, Senhime wrote many letters (known as 'Tenju-in-shojo') to her.
  849. Anxious about the futures of her three daughters, Ichi wrote letters to Hideyoshi, their guardian; these and other actions show her deep affection as a mother for her daughters.
  850. Anxious of his heir, Kasuga no Tsubone allegedly invited women fitting his tastes from various places.
  851. Anxious to know who he was, her parents told her to get a linen thread on a spool through a needle and to attach it to the hem of his garment.
  852. Any Dajokan Fukoku or Tasshi issued prior to the establishment of Kobun-shiki system remains valid unless it contradicts a law promulgated afterwards.
  853. Any Emperor is an Imperial family member in the, so-called, male line and if tracing back through the fathers on the genealogy, you can reach the Emperor Jimmu for sure.
  854. Any Japanese regular drinkers rarely blow on his/her coffee even if it is hot.
  855. Any Tanritsu Shukyo Dantai that are certified as religious corporations are called Tanritsu Shukyo Hojin (single religious corporations).
  856. Any bow can be called an Azusayumi, regardless of the material it is made from.
  857. Any call between Yagi-cho (local number of 40s under the control of Kameoka City message area (MA)) and areas other than Yagi-cho (local number of 60s and 70s under the control of Sonobe message area (MA)) is classified as a long distance call, and the area code (0771) has to be dialed.
  858. Any call between areas under the same telephone area code is available at a local call rate (area under the Higashimatsuyama unit rate).
  859. Any conflict that occurred within a community, such as a village or town, was supposed to be settled out of court in accordance with the autonomy, rules or custom of the community; in special cases, however, it could be handed over to a person outside of the community for settlement.
  860. Any daimyo authorized to hold a yakata-go title was allowed to have his retainers wear samurai eboshi (a lacquered hat), hitatare (a kind of court dress in old days) and suo (formal middle rank dress, usually includeing jacket and hakama).
  861. Any day will be fine: 12.1%(1,053)
  862. Any descriptions of the meaning of the words were not contained.
  863. Any direct appeal (to a senior official without going through the normal formalities) or another suit filed later was also adjudicated based on the previous wayo deed without any change made to its contents P807.
  864. Any dish that uses aburaage as an ingredient is called "shinoda" in the Kansai region, referring to the legend of a fox that lived in the Shinoda Forest according to the folk story, 'Kuzunoha.'
  865. Any excess fabric is cut off.
  866. Any festival held before June, even though it is in 'early summer', is hardly called 'Natsumatsuri'.
  867. Any financial expenditure had to be supported by the Kanjoginmiyaku officers.
  868. Any food can be sakana for drinkers as long as it has a salty taste to some degree.
  869. Any harmful deed toward a person of another domain could be regarded as hostile behavior to the suzerain to whom the killed person belonged, even if it was the result of Kirisute gomen, justifiable defense.
  870. Any literate person, however, could freely engage in discursive activities by anonymously publishing their political views.
  871. Any little piece usually contains a sectional key change.
  872. Any medium solidified by kanten is called "agar medium," and this term has become a synonym for all culture media.
  873. Any month and date of dual odd numbers was considered ominous due to its extraordinary active energy.
  874. Any of such ways of communication of Kyoto people as established through their traditional customs is usually unfamiliar to the people of non-Kyoto areas, and causes various troubles of miscommunication; for example, a host might be compelled to prepare any meal in a hurry.
  875. Any of talented three ministers, regent, and chief advisor to the emperor should not resign even if he is aged.
  876. Any of these is the result of dedicated efforts of the compiler, O no Yasumaro who was struggled to accurately and efficiently describe the content (refer to the preface).
  877. Any of these terms are an abbreviation of unagi Jubako.
  878. Any one aged up to 32 years old including an inexperienced person was eligible to apply.
  879. Any one who holds a designation of either baronet, knight or other designation lower than baron is not a peer but a commoner, because neither of these designations are regarded as a peerage.
  880. Any one with only a courtesy designation is not a peer but a commoner.
  881. Any one without peerage, even if he is a member of a peer's family, is not a peer but a commoner.
  882. Any other vegetable, as you like;
  883. Any person who felt Joiuchi (kill of offender) or Bureiuchi (kill of dishonor) outrageousness was allowed to fight against or even kill his enemy using a short sword however overcoming their status distinctions were (even the enemy was his superior).
  884. Any person who was in charge of azuke or any organization in charge (such as gonin-gumi) was required to seek runaway criminal, and if not found, the person or organization in charge was imposed a fine.
  885. Any product containing three percent or more of milk solids is to be categorized as 'milk beverages' according to "Ordinance regarding standard of element, etc. of milk and dairy products" ("Caf? au lait" "Caff? Latte" "Coffee milk" and so on).
  886. Any rapid train other than Tambaji Rapid Service is a direct train to the JR Tozai Line during the operating hours of the Tambaji Rapid Service.
  887. Any rapid train that's operated in the early morning and the evening is categorized as 'rapid,' regardless of the operation section.
  888. Any records that relate to these military activities were not retained, and there is no trace of the great king of Yamato kingship within the Kinai region.
  889. Any remains of the buildings have not been found on the west side of the corridor (the left front side of the Kondo).
  890. Any spies entering its territory were severely punished, even if they were related to Bakufu, and thereby the clan endeavored to avoid the leakage of information, continued to accumulate foreign currency through secret trade with overseas countries, and acquired military power exceeding that of Bakufu.
  891. Any store in the Kinki region dealing in cooking devices sells the utensils stated above.
  892. Any stories or episodes regarding Yoshimasa were not found; it is assumed that his performance and accomplishments were as great as those of his father or elder brother given that he was appointed to the Onmyo no kami; the top of the Onmyoryo.
  893. Any way, it is described in Gishiwajinden (literally, an 'Account of the Wa' in "The History of the Wei Dynasty") that Wajin (Japanese people) enjoy drinking and Doburoku has a long history.
  894. Anyhow it is still unknown what actually happened there.
  895. Anyhow, 'nihon-ryori dishes,' as well as other dishes, have the aspect of affecting and being affected by foreign dishes in addition to maintaining tradition from ancient times.
  896. Anyhow, for JNR thereafter, Shinkansen became an important revenue source.
  897. Anyhow, the rail construction work was completed under the instruction of foreign engineers.
  898. Anyhow, we can know that Yoshimoto NIJO was involved deeply in the enthronement ceremony and Daijoe, both important ceremonies of the Imperial Court.
  899. Anyo
  900. Anyo-in Temple
  901. Anyo-in Temple Pagoda (Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture), Important Cultural Property
  902. Anyo-ji Temple
  903. Anyo-ji Temple (Tawaramoto-cho, Nara Prefecture) - Standing Statue of Amida Nyorai, Important Cultural Property
  904. Anyone 18 years of age or older is eligible to use services for the Tokyo Main Library and the Kansai-kan.
  905. Anyone can enter the center for free.
  906. Anyone could be a roin regardles of his social status.
  907. Anyone could use the real signature and seal of Buncho during his lecturer at his school called Shasanro, and a lot of disciples sold their paintings as Buncho's paintings to earn money.
  908. Anyone that invents novel and remarkable techniques in a field can establish a ryugi in which he or she is iemoto.
  909. Anyone who awakens to recognize "I am evil" is truly awakened by the truth.
  910. Anyone who pays a fee at the place to provide the kechimyaku can be given 'the kechimyaku stamp ensuring the road to heaven' on its forehead.
  911. Anyone who prunes cherry trees is a fool, as is anyone who doesn't trim apricot trees.'
  912. Anyone wishing to pass through such barriers would first have to present a checkpoint passage license to the checkpoint, and then received the confirmation from the checkpoint staff.
  913. Anything artificial was avoided in Roji without planting any tree existed in village or town and only the steppingstones and Chozubachi configured the framework of the garden to convey a taste of mountains as natural as possible.
  914. Anything other than the above is unknown about Kumake.
  915. Anyue Tomb No.3: The mid 4th century; Anyue County, Beian Nam-do, North Korea
  916. Anyway the Sanze-isshin Law is thought to be enforced to carry out this project.
  917. Anyway the theory that the origin of 'fusuma' was '衾' is regarded as correct.
  918. Anyway, "Senjinkun military code" reflects the drastically weakened militaty organization, and therefore, a clever soldier would have already expected the crisis of the army when he read it.'
  919. Anyway, attached to the iron-plated hem of the helmet is 'Shikoro' (neck guard).
  920. Anyway, due to the limited materials available today, his career before an officer of the Tsugaru clan including a place of his origin and detailed achievements after starting to serve for the Tsugaru clan are not clear.
  921. Anyway, he used the name of "Rikyu" only in his later years, and most of his lifetime as a tea master he called himself "Soeki".
  922. Anyway, he was a top grade poet.
  923. Anyway, if "the establishment of Takakusa County," which was stated in "Koshi," was true, it would be the oldest example of establishing a county.
  924. Anyway, if a shop declines to serve sake warm by reason of sake quality saying "The sake is not good warm." it is desirable that consumers have knowledge to judge whether or not it is true.
  925. Anyway, in spite of terminal stomach cancer, he staged a TV drama "Saturday Night at the Mysteries, Tears, Wait Until Dark" while being put on a drip and lying on a stretcher, which was a remake of the suspense film "Wait Until Dark" starring Audrey Hepburn.
  926. Anyway, it is possible his different profiles from that of the novel and the movie will be revealed by further study.
  927. Anyway, it was likely true that such people's thought later helped the Japanese army's surge.
  928. Anyway, it was not clear which side won nor which side lost in the battle.
  929. Anyway, none of the ten treasures is extant today.
  930. Anyway, people considered that the Nenokuni was underground, which led it to be identified with the Yominokuni, the land of the dead.
  931. Anyway, since there exists no old maniscript, it is difficult to settle this argument.
  932. Anyway, the 8th generation Barbarian Subduing General Yoshimune TOKUGAWA sent the astronomical scholar Masayoshi NISHIKAWA to Kyoto, in an attempt to make a new calendar based on the Western astronomy.
  933. Anyway, the Emperor Tenmu, after ascending the throne, enacted the Asukakiyomihararyo (a legal code of Japanese ancient state) and tried to put the Japanese nation under the Ritsuryo codes.
  934. Anyway, the dispute was carried out by publishing books, and it is a fact that neither side ever had a heated face-to-face debate.
  935. Anyway, the meanings of '交' in the seventh and eighth centuries have to be cut off overwhelmingly and the probability has to be guessed only by objective facts with taking enough precaution against the legitimization of the Baekje Dynasty side.
  936. Anyway, the size of hashirama was defined based upon tatami mat, and the width of the room came to be expressed by the number of tatami (called tatamiwari sei).
  937. Anyway, the techniques to brew seishu brought together to brew Soboshu (the sake brewed in major temples) typified by "bodaisen" (a name of sake) after the Heian period.
  938. Anyway, the words 'Imperial Prince Nagaya' and 'imperial command' on the about 50,000 excavated mokkan are considered useful to make clear the facts of life and management of the royal family and mysteries of Prince Nagaya as a member of Koshin, and are awaited to be analyzed.
  939. Anyway, there is no ground to guarantee that each of the copybooks was actually written by skilled calligraphers following the model in the early Tang Dynasty period.
  940. Anyway, there is no historical record before "Futsu-shodo shu," which leads one to assume the existence of this tale, so it is generally considered that the tale was completed before or after the Jokyo Disturbance; however, no evidence exists to prove it.
  941. Anyway, there was no problem he couldn't solve once he was involved, no matter how difficult it was.'
  942. Anyway, this became the beginning of Junbo Rikko, (becoming Junbo as well as one of the ranks of Sanko (the Empress Dowager, Empress, Grand Empress Dowager) the Imperial Princess Teishi (Yasuko) even received the title Nyoingo and became Ikuhomonin.
  943. Anyway, this shows that the status of Bunjin was established in society and began to have an influence to some extent.
  944. Anyway, this system change did not develop into a serious diplomatic problem as when Tsushinshi came to Japan in the Shotoku era (1711 - 1716), as described later.
  945. Anyway, what SAIGO really thought is still in the realm of conjecture.
  946. Anywhere and at any time, there will be people who believe they have attained considerable enlightenment and will therefore call refer to themselves as enlightened.
  947. Anzangan rock (andesite) type
  948. Anzu-Ame (candied apricot)
  949. Ao Komyo-ji Temple (Nagaoka city) (Seizan Jodo Shu)
  950. Ao's Omoko lay believers' meeting and Doto-shiki Ceremony for three-year-old children's membership to the village (February 21, 2005)
  951. Ao-jiso's leaves or flowers are used as flavorful herbs, cooked in tempura or eaten with sushi.
  952. Ao-jiso, f. viridis (Makino) Makino
  953. Ao-kanmuri
  954. Ao-kei sake No. 140
  955. Aoba (trains)': trains that stopped at every station.
  956. Aoba Festival in Koyasan - On June 15
  957. Aobasanroku Park (Camping site/putting golf/pottery house)
  958. Aobasanroku koen Park
  959. Aobasanroku-koen Park
  960. Aobudo (Green Grapes)
  961. Aobyoshi (book on the customs and manners of samurai)
  962. Aobyoshi is a book on the customs and manners of samurai, written by Hiroki ONO (also called Gonnojo or Ninken), a shogun's retainer and a scholar of Japanese classical literature in the late Edo period.
  963. Aobyoshi-bon (Blue Book) Manuscripts
  964. Aobyoshibon (blue cover book) line
  965. Aodani Signal Station was established between Oji and Kashiwara.
  966. Aodani bairin (Joyo City, Kyoto Prefecture)
  967. Aodani-bairin (Aodani plum grove): twenty hectares wide and 10,000 plum trees
  968. Aohon book
  969. Aoi (Hollyhock)
  970. Aoi (Hollyhock) (The Tale of Genji)
  971. Aoi (Hollyhock) is the title of one of the fifty-four chapters of "The Tale of Genji."
  972. Aoi Fune (Blue Ship) (Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha, 1918)
  973. Aoi Matsuri (Hollyhock Flower Festival)
  974. Aoi Matsuri (formally known as Kamo Matsuri) is an annual celebration that takes place at Kamomioya-jinja Shrine (Shimogamo-jinja Shrine) and Kamowakeikazuchi-jinja Shrine (Kamigamo-jinja Shrine) in Kyoto City on May 15 (the middle day of Cock day of lunar calendar).
  975. Aoi Matsuri Festival
  976. Aoi Matsuri Festival (May)
  977. Aoi Matsuri Festival, Gion Matsuri Festival and Jidai Matsuri Festival (Festival of the Ages)
  978. Aoi Shokei (Blue Promenade)
  979. Aoi Ward has a restaurant section that solely consists of Oden shops/restaurants, and the Ward also has many mom-and-pop candy stores that sell Oden.
  980. Aoi no Gomon Raiyu (the origin of the Tokugawa family crest) in "Ryuei Hikan," "Mikawago Fudoki" and "Kaisei Mikawago Fudoki" state:
  981. Aoi no Ue
  982. Aoi no Ue (Genji Monogatari (The tale of Genji))
  983. Aoi no Ue (Lady Aoi)
  984. Aoi no Ue, the daughter of the minister of the left, and Genji's first wife
  985. Aoi, Sakaki (The Green Branch)/ Sakaki, Hanachirusato (Falling Flowers)/ Sakaki, Hanachirusato, Suma/ Suma
  986. Aoi, who is pregnant and in childbed, gives birth to a baby boy (Yugiri), but is tortured by the spirit of Rokujo no Miyasudokoro and dies.
  987. Aoi-matsuri Festival
  988. Aoi-mon
  989. Aoi-mon is designed in the motif of a futaba-aoi (two-leaf mallow), which belongs to Aristolochiaceae.
  990. Aoido (literally, 'blue well'): refers to bowls with a slight blue glaze, but there are various tones, including one which is similar to 'oido.'
  991. Aokashiki no Mikoto
  992. Aoki explained to the ministry-counselor that it was because he had been instructed to do so by Hirobumi ITO and Kaoru INOUE, which created their animosity toward him.
  993. Aoki was committed to revising the treaty as the minister-counselor in Britain with the Foreign Minister Munemitsu MUTSU, and succeeded in revising the Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation in 1894.
  994. Aoki was deeply involved for a long time in the negotiations of revision of treaties, as a diplomat during half his life.
  995. Aoki's true intention was to appeal the necessity of decentralizing the major subjects for the modernization of Japan.
  996. Aoki-jinja Shrine
  997. Aomatsuba Incident
  998. Aomayu (Blue Eyebrow), 1934
  999. Aome-taki (waterfall) (with Mt. Goi-yama): A remnant of the Jodo (Pure Land) sect style garden in the late Heian period.
  1000. Aomi daikon (greenish daikon)

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