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  1. Shusho-e is also held in Kondo (the Golden Pavilion) of the Horyu-ji Temple from January 8 to 14 every year.
  2. Shusho-e is held from January 1 to 15 and Kissho keka (keka dedicated for Kissho tennyo), whose honzon is Kisshotennyo (Lakshmi), is held.
  3. Shushoe (New Year practice), Shunie
  4. Shushoe (New Year's Service) (January 3): The charms against bad luck named "ofunago" and "Gohoin" are given.
  5. Shushojo
  6. Shushojo (Office of Books and Medicine for the Crown Prince): consolidated into Shuzogen (Section of Clothing of the Crown Prince)
  7. Shushosho
  8. Shushosho (Division in Charge of Gluel and Drinking Water).
  9. Shushosho (Documents and Medicine Office).
  10. Shushosho (Office of Glue and Drinking Water for the Crown Prince) - consolidated into Shuzengen (Section of Food of the Crown Prince).
  11. Shusi (Shuji, Bija) (Mikkyo) is maM.
  12. Shusigaku was also called Sominrigaku (Neo-Confucianism in the Sung and Ming dynasties) since its theory was based on 'Li' (reasons), which innately exist in human beings and things, together with Wang LU Shin school (Wang LU Mind school).
  13. Shusin Kaneire' as kumiodori (combination dance)
  14. Shuso
  15. Shuso (the Founder)
  16. Shuso (the leader of monks practicing asceticism) of the Myoshin-ji Temple.
  17. Shuso is a name for the position of the leader of ascetic monks in Zen sects.
  18. Shuson KATO, Teijo NAKAMURA, Akito ARIMA, and Fusei TOMIYASU also made haiku poems concerning kosa or tsuchifuru.
  19. Shusse Inari-Jinja Shrine
  20. Shusse Kagekiyo; Kagekiyo Victorious (Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU)
  21. Shusseken
  22. Shusseuo (fish called by different names at different stages of its growth)
  23. Shussho (one's birth)
  24. Shusu (satin) hijusu (scarlet satin), shusu shuchin (satin with raised figures).
  25. Shusui KOTOKU
  26. Shusuishi (Kunaisho)
  27. Shusuishi (Water Office)
  28. Shusuishi (moitori no tsukasa) was one of the institutions belonging to Kunaisho (Ministry of the Sovereign's Household) in the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  29. Shusuishi delivered water and ice, and made rice gruel.
  30. Shusuke KONDO
  31. Shusuke KONDO (1792 - November 23, 1867) was the third head of the Tennen Rishin school of swordplay.
  32. Shusuke KONDO, however, was only awarded the license for swordplay by Sansuke, who had in fact been dead for 11 years when Sansuke assumed the name Kondo in 1830.
  33. Shusuke was born as the fifth son of Nanushi (village headman) Kyuuemon SHIMAZAKI in Koyama Village, Tama County, Bushu (Musashi Province).
  34. Shut up, you!
  35. Shuta TACHIBANA
  36. Shuta TACHIBANA (November 3, 1865 - August 31, 1904) was a military man of the Japanese Army.
  37. Shuta TACHIBANA also used the family name JODAI at first, but since his older brother Tokoha took the reigns of the family, he began using the family name 'TACHIBANA.'
  38. Shuta's first son, Ichirozaemon TACHIBANA (the 26th course of private), who became the Army Captain later, assumed the position of chief priest of Tachibana-jinja Shrine.
  39. Shutaro MIYAKE's evaluation is that these aspects are 'the vanguard of historical plays in our country.'
  40. Shuten Doji
  41. Shuten Doji (also known as Kidomaru and Hijiri TOKURA) was talked into mending his ways by Seimei ABE and, together with Raiden (also known as Takato HAJI and Yumio SHIJIMA), kept the evil spirits under control.
  42. Shuten Doji Yasutsuna: Difference from the old oshigata (mold)
  43. Shuten Doji also makes a guest appearance in the sequel, "O・TO・GI - Hyakki Tobatsu Emaki" (English title: Otogi 2: Immortal Warriors), in which the main characters include Seimei ABE and the Four Retainers of Raiko in addition to Raiko GENJI.
  44. Shuten Doji appears as one of the boss characters.
  45. Shuten Doji appears as the father of Kinu, a woman who is one of the descendants of the Fire clan.
  46. Shuten Doji as One of Japan's Trio of Heinous Specters
  47. Shuten Doji in Fiction
  48. Shuten Doji in this manga is depicted as a person named Ivan Stendorf.
  49. Shuten Doji terrorized Kyoto with his evil acts.
  50. Shuten Doji was the chief of the oni (a kind of demon or ogre), who were believed to live on Oi no Saka (Oi Hill Road) in Oe at the border between Kyoto and Tanba Province (he may also have been a robber).
  51. Shuten Doji's domain extended throughout the Oe-yama mountain range, where he lived in a great mansion that looked like the Palace of the Dragon King with many oni as his minions.
  52. Shuten OISHI of Federation of New Religious Organizations of Japan pointed out this, when he was invited to the dainehan-zo kaigan-shiki (Opening of the Eyes Ceremony of statue of Great Nirvana) held at Sesshin dojo (concentration hall (used for martial arts training)) in 1957.
  53. Shuten-Doji
  54. Shuten-Doji is supposed to have red hair and horns, with his beard, hair and eyebrows all connected, and to have hands and feet like the paws of a bear.
  55. Shuten-doji
  56. Shuten-doji is also used as a character of the City even after the merger.
  57. Shuto
  58. Shuto (salted and fermented bonito intestine)
  59. Shuto bancha (Autumn - Winter bancha) - from October 21 to December 31
  60. Shuto is salted fish guts of a skipjack tuna, a bonito.
  61. Shuto makers ship it, after seasoning it with sake, sakemirin (sweet cooking rice wine), and honey and maturing it for at least half a year to one year.
  62. Shutosho (vaccination institute)
  63. Shutosho (vaccination institute) is the name of the medical institute established for the purpose of prevention and treatment of smallpox in Japan.
  64. Shutting himself in the Yano-jo Castle, built strongly utilizing a natural fortress, Renkaku with his small force furiously fought against the outnumbering TAKEDA force and killed many enemies including Shihei YOSHIKAWA and injured many others.
  65. Shuttle bus services are available from the North Exit to the ferry terminal during holiday seasons.
  66. Shuttle buses run by the Keihan Kyoto Kotsu Corporation (formerly Kyoto Kotsu (Kameoka)) which utilize National Highway 9 to connect Kyoto City (Kyoto Station and Hankyu Kyoto Line Katsura Station) and Kameoka and parts west exist as competition for this railway.
  67. Shuttle taxi to the airport
  68. Shuttle trains from Osaka are, as a rule, turn around using the lead tracks located toward Jingu-marutamachi Station.
  69. Shuttling Between Kyoto and Omi
  70. Shuuonan ? A temple associated with the famously witty Soujun IKKYUU
  71. Shuuonan, commonly called "Ikkyuuji", is located in the Takigi area of Kyoutanabe City in Kyoto.
  72. Shuurushi (vermillion lacquer) rinka (ring of flowers) tenmokubon (tray for tea bowl) with an inscription of Kyotoku 4 (1455)
  73. Shuwa kyogen (farce played during a Noh cycle with sign language)
  74. Shuwa kyogen is kyogen that troupe members deliver their lines in sign language expressively on the stage and kyogen performers vocalize at the wing of the stage in line with acting (movements) of the troupe members and that can entertain both of hearing people and hearing-impaired people.
  75. Shuwa kyogen was organized in Japan Deaf People's Performing Art Troupe (social welfare corporation Totto kikin futai gekidan [Totto Foundation to train deaf actors]) based on the idea of Tetsuko KUROYANAGI, administrative director of Totto Foundation: 'Make people laugh in a short time and internationally.'
  76. Shuya was the strongest player among Shuei's disciples, but it is said that Shuei disliked Shuya due to his miserly attitude, and intended to put up Junichi KARIGANE as his successor.
  77. Shuyo (Shinto)' (秋陽 [新冬]) (Autumn Sunlight [New Winter]) (1943)
  78. Shuyoroku (self-discipline book) (1906)
  79. Shuyoshi
  80. Shuyoshi (Falcons Office) refers to an institution that belonged to Hyobusho (Ministry of Military) in the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  81. Shuyoshi (Hyobusho)
  82. Shuyoshi was revived in the Enryaku era, but it was abolished practically because nobody came to be appointed as government posts of Shuyoshi from 861 due to part of downsizing measures.
  83. Shuyoshi, also called hoyoshi, raised and trained falcons and hunting dogs, and had complete control over hunting such as falconry and so on.
  84. Shuyushi
  85. Shuzan Jisshu
  86. Shuzan Jusshu
  87. Shuzan Jusshu refers to the specialty plays of Kichiemon NAKAMURA of Harimaya (kabuki) selected by Kichiemon NAKAMURA the first.
  88. Shuzan Post Office: 601-02xx, 601-03xx, 601-04xx, 601-05xx
  89. Shuzan-jo Castle site
  90. Shuzeiryo
  91. Shuzeiryo (Bureau of Taxation)
  92. Shuzeiryo refers to an institution that belonged to Minbusho (Ministry of Popular Affairs) in the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  93. Shuzen says, 'Don't come to the residence of the Mizuno family, even if his vassal comes here to invite you.
  94. Shuzengen (Section of Food of the Crown Prince)
  95. Shuzengen (Togubo)
  96. Shuzengen (section of food).
  97. Shuzenji Monogatari (The Tale of Shuzen-ji Temple) written by Kido OKAMOTO
  98. Shuzenji Monogatari' was completed in 1909 and first performed in 1911 at the Meiji-za Theater.
  99. Shuzenji no Taikan
  100. Shuzo AOKI
  101. Shuzo AOKI (March 3, 1844-February 16, 1914) was a diplomat and a statesman during the Meiji and Taisho era.
  102. Shuzo KUKI for the first time philosophically examined the aesthetic sense of 'iki' that was unique to Edo in "The Structure of 'iki'" (1930).
  103. Shuzo KUKI succinctly stated in his book that a distinctive feature of "iki" is that bitai is spiritualized by idealism-inspired "ikiji."
  104. Shuzo TOYAMA
  105. Shuzo TOYAMA (November 10, 1842-January 13, 1916) was the businessman and the statesman who was from Nagaoka City (the former Tochio City), Niigata Prefecture in the Meiji period.
  106. Shuzo tekiseimai
  107. Shuzo who was born as the child of Den TOYAMA, the village officer went to Tokyo at the age of 17 to study under Hachiro KIYOKAWA and Toin SHIONOYA and joined Shoheizaka Gakumonjo (Shoheizaka School).
  108. Shuzo yosui used for sake brewing is classified as follows:
  109. Shuzo, who attended to inspect the economic institutions in Europe and the U.S. from 1887 to 1888 reaffirmed the importance of the credit research company and established the commercial agency in Osaka to become its representative.
  110. Shuzogen
  111. Shuzogen (Section of Clothing of the Crown Prince): abolished
  112. Shuzogen (section of clothing).
  113. Shuzogura (literally, sake brewing house)
  114. Shuzokabu amount
  115. Shuzokabu amount refers to the ceiling of the amount of rice to be used for brewing sake by each brewer.
  116. Shuzon Wooden Printing Type (with accessories)
  117. Shyono, who escaped from Yamashina Hongwan-ji Temple, moved to Ishiyama Gobo (branch temple) in Osaka and made Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple the new home of the group.
  118. Siam Jinko refers to Jinko produced in Indochina, which has a distinctive sweet aroma.
  119. Siam was the Ayutthaya Kingdom of Thailand kingdom.
  120. Siamese fireback pheasant
  121. Sibilants/s, z/ are palatalized before/i/ and/e/ as follows:
  122. Siblings: Prince Kuninori KAYANOMIYA - Prince Kuniyoshi KUNINOMIYA- Prince Morimasa NASHIMOTONOMIYA- Prince Taka - Prince Nobu - Prince Yasuhiko ASAKANOMIYA- Prince Naruhiko (Female persons omitted).
  123. Siblings: Yorikazu HOSOKAWA, Masauji HOSOKAWA, Ieuji HOSOKAWA
  124. Sibyls are depicted as a group, not as individual people.
  125. Sibyls, being female prophets in the legends of ancient Greece and Rome, are also translated as '巫女.'
  126. Sichuan pepper
  127. Sick leave for sixty-three days
  128. Sickles used in reaping work are washed for decoration, or Kariage-mochi Rice Cake (Botamochi Rice Cake), rice balls coated with sweetened red beans, soybean flour or sesame are offered to the god.
  129. Side dishes
  130. Side drum
  131. Side drum: Itoku Style
  132. Side drum: Kanze Style
  133. Side drum: Komparu Style and Komparu Saburoemon School
  134. Side show in bar
  135. Side story
  136. Side views of calligraphic styles (by Mokuho MAEDA)
  137. Sides are not seamed and migoro (main panel) are all separated parts and they are stitched around the sleeves.
  138. Sides are of ketteki (open sleeve seams) and the length of the clothes is rather long.
  139. Siebold Incident
  140. Siebold Memorial Museum was opened by the City of Nagasaki in 1989, in the area neighboring the former site of Siebold's residence.
  141. Siebold commuted from Dejima to his school, and he taught a wide range scientific fields of study such as western medicine and the natural sciences.
  142. Siege Warfare
  143. Sights and historic scenes
  144. Sights and landmarks along the road
  145. Sights around the Road
  146. Sights from Mt. Kurama in the spring and autumn are portrayed in 'Sarashina Nikki' (Sarashina Diary) as well.
  147. Sights, historic scenes, sightseeing spots, festivals, events
  148. Sights, historic spots, and facilities
  149. Sightseeing
  150. Sightseeing Spots
  151. Sightseeing Spots, Events and Local Specialties
  152. Sightseeing Volunteer Guide
  153. Sightseeing areas are also in concert with the "Visit Japan" campaign.
  154. Sightseeing bus
  155. Sightseeing information was added to on-board announcements.
  156. Sightseeing information was included in onboard announcements.
  157. Sightseeing is possible.
  158. Sightseeing spot
  159. Sightseeing spots
  160. Sightseeing spots and historic sites
  161. Sightseeing spots around the park
  162. Sightseeing volunteer guides do not operate individually but as part of an organization.
  163. Sightseeing volunteer guides have been able to maintain their current status due to the sense of security and clearness that comes from the fact that they are volunteers and therefore free as well as the security and guarantees that come with an established brand.
  164. Sightseeing, agriculture
  165. Sightseers can see the sight from yakata-bune boats (house boats).
  166. Sigiriya (Sri Lanka)
  167. Sign Language Motifs
  168. Signal stations that were abolished
  169. Signal systems
  170. Signalling block system: Automatic Block Signal
  171. Signatories and Plenipotentiaries
  172. Signature treasures in Shosoin
  173. Signatures by more than 80 percent of eligible voters of the town were collected through the signature campaign demanding the absorption into Kyoto City.
  174. Signatures of 15,000 people had been collected by the next year.
  175. Signatures on some letters show that it was read by intellectuals such as government official, students, shosei (a student who is given room and board in exchange for performing domestic duties), village officer, former warrior class, wealthy farmer and wealthy merchants.
  176. Signboard, and posting (distribution of leaflet)
  177. Significance
  178. Significance and assessment
  179. Significance from the viewpoint of architectural history
  180. Significance of Sanposon
  181. Significance of Sengu (transfer of a deity to a new shrine building)
  182. Significance of Yoro Ritsuryo Code
  183. Significance of enforcement
  184. Significance of the Alliance
  185. Significance of the affair
  186. Significance of the incident
  187. Significance of this law
  188. Significant Tumuli
  189. Significant appointees
  190. Significant archeological features and remains
  191. Significant cracks in the mural are visually obvious even in the photograph taken before the fire damage.
  192. Significant developments were seen in the hafu on temples and castles.
  193. Significant exhibits:
  194. Significant number of men were purged on such grounds as violating internal rules, etc., and according to one view, more men lost their lives through such purges than through fighting with Imperial loyalists.
  195. Significant pieces:
  196. Significant works:
  197. Significantly, after Japan entered the modern era following the Meiji period, and the Edo period became the latest "history" before the modern era, it is assumed that ikki began to mean "hyakusho ikki" to a certain extent.
  198. Significantly, the Amida-Buddha's Seiho Gokuraku Jodo forms the Jodo sect which takes the position of the Ojo Jodo.
  199. Significantly, there is folklore on the origin of the name, as follows:
  200. Signing
  201. Signing of the Japan?Korea Annexation Treaty
  202. Signs indicating the locations of the two stations were provided, but at the time the sidewalks were narrow and some construction work was under way in many portions of them.
  203. Signs of the special rapid trains and descriptions on the timetable
  204. Signs of this process still exist, including a large-scale river terrace with four layers around Aseri, Kyotanba-cho in Funai-gun located on the upper reaches of the Yura-gawa River, and a diluvial upland with high terrace surface at Osadano in the city.
  205. Sika deer
  206. Sikigawa Mondo
  207. Silicic acid (H2SiO3): 50 mg or more (it is effective for retaining warmth)
  208. Silk Liner (Nippon Chuo Bus)
  209. Silk Road Stakes
  210. Silk colored Senju Sengen Kannon (Thousand-armed and thousand-eyed kannon)
  211. Silk is also attached to a tiny fraction of nails.
  212. Silk strings are still used in most stringed Wagakki (although, for the So, polyester strings are becoming common for economic reasons), and this is because beautiful tones, which can be generated only by silk strings, are highly appreciated.
  213. Silk textiles with Komonzome small dyed motifs had still been in fashion since the Edo period, which became popular to make into traditional best clothes; on the other hand, textiles woven with pre-dyed threads known as Shima stripe and Kasuri splash patterns were also popular.
  214. Silk thread is mainly used for gaku-Soh even today.
  215. Silk was produced in Japan from ancient times but was poor in quality compared to Chinese, and the peaceful era saw an increase in the desire for Chinese silk which was needed to produce expensive clothing.
  216. Silk was used after the mid Heian Period.
  217. Silk yarn room
  218. Silkworms were farmed for raw silk, by which a large quantity of silk, fine and fabulous, was weaved.'
  219. Silla
  220. Silla adopted the Tang Luli, and did not enact Lilu that they created from scratch, but by enacting various Ge which had characteristics strong of Silla, it established its own form of government.
  221. Silla and Amami interpreters, diviners, students studying abroad, Buddhist monks studying abroad, attendants, servitors, musicians, glass workers, hammer men, casters, wood craft workers, ship carpenters, chief quartmaster, and attendants of the mission
  222. Silla assisted the surviving retainers of what was formerly Koguryo, and they organized an uprising against Tang in 669.
  223. Silla built a castle (毛伐郡城) in 723 to prepare for a Japanese invasion and, Japan temporarily installed a setsudoshi (military governor) to strengthen armaments.
  224. Silla disagreed, so Chitatsu and the others returned to Japan.
  225. Silla had this Goguryeo pay tribute to Japan by being accompanied with Silla's envoy, and in September 674, Anseung was given a title of King of Bodeok to establish a puppet regime there in order to demonstrate the suzerainty of Silla over former Goguryeo.
  226. Silla observed Tang's seisaku (calendar) since it was charged with the use of its own era name by Taizong (the second emperor) of the Tang dynasty, but during the first half of Goryeo era, the era name of the Chinese dynasty and that of Goryeo's own were alternately used.
  227. Silla paid the tribute without protest.
  228. Silla promised to pay tribute to the Court without fighting, and Goguryeo and Paekche also promised bringing tributes ("Sankan Seibatsu" (The Conquest of the Three Korean Kingdoms)).
  229. Silla sent Kinshunju (later King Buretsuo) to see TAKAMUKO no Kuromaro and others off.
  230. Silla sought help from the Tang Dynasty when it came under attack from Kudara in 627.
  231. Silla took Yabu hostage and made another 12 saigijin, but Yabu died of sickness.
  232. Silt stones are exposed on the Fuchu terrace that belongs to the fluvial terrace of Tama-gawa River.
  233. Silver
  234. Silver Edo kanzashi: Short silver kanzashi, about four sun (about 12 cm), which was widely used in Edo (Tokyo) from the latter half of the mid-Edo period to the Meiji period.
  235. Silver coins
  236. Silver coins are described in "Shokoku Haifuki Gin" (various districts' cupelled silver collection), etc.
  237. Silver hollyhock kanzashi: Kanzashi popular in Edo from the seventh to eighth year of Tenpo era.
  238. Silver leaf
  239. Silver standard
  240. Silver standing statue of Amida Nyorai in a miniature temple
  241. Silver used for minting consisted of cupellated silver from the shogunate reserves, recovered old coins and cupellated silver purchased by the ginza.
  242. Silver was the currency of Mongolia, and in the Mongol period, coins of the Southern Sung Dynasty were already despised, compared with the currencies of the Chin Dynasty that had an external appearance of high-quality coins.
  243. Silver:79.19%
  244. Silver;79.65%
  245. Similar Case
  246. Similar Concepts
  247. Similar Dishes
  248. Similar Eras
  249. Similar Shogun Positions
  250. Similar Stories
  251. Similar announcements are made on other companies' buses, such as on Kyoto buses (when a bus running in a uniform fare section approaches the stop at the boundary of the uniform fare section, the announcement, 'This bus is entering the area outside the uniform fare section,' is made).
  252. Similar bulletin board with written laws and ordinances (special law) issued to a specific person and for particular incident was called Seisatsu but it was difficult to clearly distinguish between Kousatsu and Seisatsu in actual circumstances.
  253. Similar campaigns have been carried out by supermarkets and convenience stores.
  254. Similar canes were used for torture, but then they were called jinjo.
  255. Similar case was Nakatsukasa-Kyo, the Secretary of Nakatsukasa-sho that was chosen from among the Imperial Princes with a rank equivalent to or higher than Shihon.
  256. Similar circumstances were seen in the East Asian countries that had absorbed the Ritsuryo system from the Tang Dynasty.
  257. Similar conditions exist along the Yokohama Line, Nanbu Line and Musashino Line running in the Tokyo metropolitan area.
  258. Similar cruel acts were done also in Iki.
  259. Similar cuisine includes Tai Men (sea bream noodles) and Tai Somen (sea bream thin noodles).
  260. Similar customs can be seen in the Philippines and Indonesia, as well..
  261. Similar description is found in "Nihonshoki" and he rarely appears in other literature than "Kojiki" and "Nihonshoki."
  262. Similar descriptions can be found in the Ando and the Fujisaki genealogy; therefore, apart from ascertaining facts, it is for certain that the descendants of the Abe clan identified themselves in such a way.
  263. Similar dishes
  264. Similar documents were also issued to kuge (court noble), monzeki (successor of a temple), temples, shrines and so on in the following year, and accordingly, the Edo bakufu established each daimyu's right to possess and rule its fief and the right of prople and institutions to control individual territories both nominally and virtually.
  265. Similar dried cod is produced in Italy and Spain that are referred to as Baccal? and Bacalao, respectively.
  266. Similar dyeing cloths are made in various regions across Asia, but among them, Japanese dyeing cloths are said to be the best in kinds and techniques.
  267. Similar episodes are also found in books such as "Tale of the Heike" and "Record of the Great Peace:" in exchange for Amaterasu's promise, Dairokuten Mao gave her Yasakani no magatama (comma-shaped jewel, one of the Three Imperial Regalias - in medieval Japan, Yasakani no magatama was considered to be a seal).
  268. Similar events
  269. Similar events are held in the communities of Japanese immigrants, such as those of Hawaii and California.
  270. Similar events may be called Hanataue in some regions.
  271. Similar examples
  272. Similar examples can be seen even in Japan, but calling the emperor by a name without an honorific title can be often perceived as a declaration of intention that special respect is not paid to the emperor.
  273. Similar examples include Kanazawa curry of Kanazawa City in Ishikawa Prefecture, Zeppelin curry of Tsuchiura City in Ibaraki Prefecture, Furano curry of Furano City in Hokkaido, and Jindai curry of Senboku City, Akita Prefecture.
  274. Similar expressions are 'nail into nuka (rice bran)' and 'push noren (a short (split) curtain hung at the entrance of a room) with the arms.'
  275. Similar facilities existed also at the residence of court nobles and temples.
  276. Similar fighting scenes were played by Utaemon ICHIKAWA (when he was young), Chiezo KATAOKA, Tsumasaburo BANDO, Mitsusaburo RAMON and others.
  277. Similar figure paintings can be found in all ages and countries, but the term "bijinga" originated in Japan.
  278. Similar foods
  279. Similar ghosts
  280. Similar in shape, Kogai hairpins are often confused with Kanzashi ornamental hairpins; however, their respective roots hail from different quarters.
  281. Similar incidents occurred several times, so that Sotan's disciples began to think that there should be an imposer of Sotan.
  282. Similar instruments can be seen in many places in Eastern Asia.
  283. Similar investigations were also conducted when "Kai kokushi" was compiled as a general topography of Kai Province, although its description of the Takeda clan was based on "Koyo Gunakan".
  284. Similar items are used at Buddhist temples as well, and the term is sometimes written with the Chinese characters 三宝 (sanpo), which also represent the Triratna, or Three Treasures of Buddhism: Buddha, Dharma (Teachings), and Sangha (Community).
  285. Similar laws were enforced in 1744, 1761, and 1812.
  286. Similar money changers existed in courtiers other than Japan.
  287. Similar musical instruments in other countries than Japan
  288. Similar objects include knife rests and folk rests.
  289. Similar orders were issued repeatedly in 1667, 1788, and 1842.
  290. Similar phenomena
  291. Similar pictorial scrolls of kansuso style painted in China are not called 'emakimono' but 'gakan' or 'zukan,' and also ink paintings by Japanese, such as "Sansui Chokan" (literally, long scroll of landscape scenery) by Sesshu, a ink painter, are usually not called 'emakimono.'
  292. Similar products
  293. Similar regulations were adopted in the Rokuhara-fu (branch government office of the Kamakura bakufu in Kyoto) and the Chinzei-fu (local government office in Kyushu region).
  294. Similar seasonings
  295. Similar situations are also found in the betsugu (shrines built separately from the main shrine) as follows.
  296. Similar sketches to those on Sakuragaoka dotaku were cast on this dotaku.
  297. Similar stories are recorded in other resources.
  298. Similar structures are seen with Ameno minakanushi no kami against Takamimusubi and with Kamimusubi, and Hosesuri against Hoori (Yamasachihiko) and Hoderi (Umisachihiko).
  299. Similar systems
  300. Similar tales can be found in Goze-uta, songs sung by blind female musicians.
  301. Similar techniques are referred to by different names depending on where emphasis is placed in the poem.
  302. Similar terms are Kado, Kagyo, but Kashoku has the national or official approval and control of the privilege and had an aspect of voluntary work for the authority.
  303. Similar things are used in other religions, such as Rosario in Christianity.
  304. Similar to "Hakai", "Hashi no nai kawa" is also a literary work dealing with the subject of discrimination against the buraku communities.
  305. Similar to "Jitsuroku Chushingura," all the actors that appeared were unknown.
  306. Similar to 'Seika,' but Saiki is about the histories of forces that rose by themselves.
  307. Similar to 'traitor,' it is a word chanted by those supported by, or who won over the emperor or Imperial Court in the era, to conspire political elimination of the political (or at times, military) adversary.
  308. Similar to Naishi of Saiguryo, Naishi of Saiinshi attended on Saiin and look after her.
  309. Similar to Nishiyama-kofun Tumulus, it was constructed in the early Kofun period, but has been lost during World War II.
  310. Similar to Omi, there is something flippant about her, and the author describes them as being merry while playing backgammon.
  311. Similar to Semui-Yogan-in, it is formed by the right hand turned upward and the left hand turned downward with both palms facing outward and the thumb and forefinger (or otherwise, the middle or annular finger) of each hand forming a circle.
  312. Similar to Shunbun (the spring equinox), Shubun is where day and night are of similar length.
  313. Similar to Yasujiro OZU, he almost never had acts of sexual scenes in his works.
  314. Similar to Yorimitsu, he acted mainly as a middle-class official in Kyoto.
  315. Similar to flower selling, it is also known as a leading occupation for child labor.
  316. Similar to her paternal half-brother, Yugiri, she was blessed with many children and gave birth to four sons and a daughter with the emperor.
  317. Similar to heredity stipend, the rewards were also passed on to their descendants (as mentioned later, this reward system was in fact abolished after seven years).
  318. Similar to his father the Emperor Showa, Imperial Prince Akishino-no-miya Fumihito has established good relationships with countries in Southeast Asia like the Kingdom of Thailand as well as Madagascar, a rich repository of animals and plants.
  319. Similar to kariginu (informal clothes worn by Court nobles) costumes, it was made with agekubi (round collar) and hitotsumi (seamless back).
  320. Similar to mai-goto (instrumental dances), hayashi (musical accompaniment played on traditional Japanese instruments) for hataraki-goto consists of four kinds of musical instruments: nohkan (Japanese Noh flute), kotsuzumi (small hand drum), otsuzumi (big drum), and taiko (stick drum).
  321. Similar to the Ganjitsu no sechie (New Year's Festival), the emperor appeared on Nanden (another name of Shishinden), invited a large number of his retainers, including the okei, and provided them with sake and food.
  322. Similar to the Traditional Japanese Cuisine Restaurant Association, training or seminars such as opinion exchanging, reunions, national competitions for the union members are held regularly in various places nationwide.
  323. Similar to the Treaty of Nanjing between China and England of 1842 and the Treaty of Amity and Commerce concluded between the United States and Japan in 1858, it was an unequal treaty for Korea as it granted extraterritoriality amongst other provisions.
  324. Similar to the Yamatonoaya clan, it was a distinguished family of immigrants from the continent.
  325. Similar to the above, a theory suggests that, for the Tokugawa clan, which took over the authority of the Oda clan, it was necessary to trumpet Nobunaga as not a top grade samurai, and in the light of the circumstances, they had to emphasize Oda troops was on the backfoot.
  326. Similar to the case in China, calligraphy occupied an important genre in Japanese art history.
  327. Similar to the case of books, strips of paper called obi are attached to the compact discs which contain music or game software.
  328. Similar to the currency exchange of later days, tally worked as follows: one party bought a tally issued by a merchant near the other end to buy merchandise and sent the tally to the other party in advance; the other party requested the issuer to cash the tally he had received, and settled the transaction with money.
  329. Similar to the passes adjacent to it, Kyomi-toge Pass is a very narrow road with several spots where you can pass an oncoming car only at where the hair-pin curves are.
  330. Similar to the shinmei-zukuri style, the nagare-zukuri style is bilaterally symmetric, and an even number of columns are provided in the width direction.
  331. Similar to those swords of the Heian period, they were narrow and very elegant.
  332. Similar to today's teenage stars, young girls rushed to the stage yelling "Ganjiro-han," and goods bearing his "ibishi (diamond shape formed with katakana "I") family crest fast-selling items.
  333. Similar treaties were concluded with England, France, the Netherlands and Russia.
  334. Similar trials by ordeal were also held in Europe.
  335. Similar vows were taken from 65 daimyo in Tohoku/Kanto regions the next year, in 1612.
  336. Similar weather phenomena
  337. Similar whale-related mounds such as Kujira-baka (graves of whales), Kujira-hi (monuments for whales) and Kujira-kuyoto (pagodas erected in memory of whales) can be seen across Japan.
  338. Similar-looking footwears for beach resorts include beach sandals, which are sometimes called 'zori.'
  339. Similar: "Kata shiai" (Kata form match), and display of martial arts
  340. Similarities with the Buddhist organization system later established in China (in particular, concerning the system of entering into priesthood) have been identified.
  341. Similarly as a happi coat (a workman's livery coat) they usually have sleeves; some do not have sleeves as vests.
  342. Similarly if, for example, "きみがためは" (kimigatamewa) and "きみがためお" (kimigatameo) are on the same territory, then both can be taken with the letters "きみ" (kimi).
  343. Similarly there is a Nabige Yokai (dipper specter) among those specters to which eating utensils changed.
  344. Similarly to Saigo, some evidence supports the idea of Okubo lobbying for consideration of a more severe punishment than confinement of Yoshinobu to his own residence (or house arrest) and that it was not sufficient.
  345. Similarly to his father Kinmichi, he was fond of Kyoka (comic Tanka [thirty-one syllables' poem]).
  346. Similarly to his father, his artifices were subtle, and his works include 'Ishiyama Shigin Senku' and 'Soyo Kushu.'
  347. Similarly to its mother law, the basic thought of ritsuryo law was Confucianist and legalist, and Confucianism in particular was significant as a leading strand of thought in Japanese ritsuryo law as well.
  348. Similarly to sparkling wine which is also sparkling, it is strictly prohibited to swing or shake the bottle before it is opened and, in order to open the bottle, care must be taken to loosen the cap and, when foams are generated, the state must be observed and the cap must be slowly opened.
  349. Similarly to taisha-zukuri style, otori-zukuri style architecture is square-shaped with an area of approximately 3.6 sq.m., but without a veranda (a narrow wooden passageway along the edge of a house facing the garden) or the sacred core pillar installed at the center of the main sanctuary of a shrine.
  350. Similarly to the hyojoshu (a member of Council of State) of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), five members including Saneuji SAIONJI were appointed to hyojoshu, and the 'In-no-fu-dono,' Fumidono (the retired emperor's Documents Bureau) in the In no cho (Retired Emperor's Office) was designated as the venue.
  351. Similarly, "Sarugaku dangi" had been kept secretly at Ochi Kanzeza troupe where Motoyoshi, the direct descendants of Zeami and the author of the book, also joined.
  352. Similarly, "gozan" temples were specified during the Kemmu Restoration by Emperor Godaigo as well, and included Nanzen-ji Temple, Daitoku-ji Temple, Tofuku-ji Temple and Kennin-ji Temple, with the first two temples placed at the head of them.
  353. Similarly, 'Ikameshi ' (boiled squid stuffed with steamed glutinous rice) sold at Hokkaido Railway Company (JR-Hokkaido), Hakodate Main Line, Mori Station in Hokkaido typifies the new strategy of shifting its sales focus to department stores and others.
  354. Similarly, 'Kitano Mandokoro' which was the generic term for 'the legally wedded wife of Sessho or Kanpaku' came to be used only for indicating Kodain, the legally wedded wife of Hideyoshi, after the title was given to her.
  355. Similarly, '煎' (sen) in China means to grill something on a hot iron plate, and does not mean to decoct medicinal herbs as it does in Japan.
  356. Similarly, 8 sages from Yoyu through Geikan had been revived based on the "Nenju Gyoji Emaki" (Picture Scrolls of Annual Functions), and Boyu QU and Shinan YU as well based on the paintings of Confucian student and the 18 graduates of literature museum, Bungakukan.
  357. Similarly, Emperor Reizei and Emperor Enyu were called Reizeiin and Enyuin respectively after they left their thrones.
  358. Similarly, Masashige KUSUNOKI, who is believed to have been on Moriyoshi's side, was in obscurity despite his contributions during the war (Masashige gained a reputation in future generations).
  359. Similarly, Nakatsune HATTORI, a disciple of Norinaga MOTOORI and a person greatly influenced Atsutane, also believed that souls of the deceased travel to the land of the dead.
  360. Similarly, Platform 12 has a structure that would allow conversion to an island-style platform.
  361. Similarly, Shikikai split into four classes, Shozenten (first dhyana heaven), Dainizenten (second dhyana heaven), Daisanzenten (third dhyana heaven) and Daishizenten (fourth dhyana heaven).
  362. Similarly, Takauji ASHIKAGA constructed Tenryu-ji Temple in Kyoto and dedicated it to the memory of Emperor Go-Daigo.
  363. Similarly, Tsubura no Okimi is recorded as the son of Tamada no sukune in "Kugyobunin" (directory of court nobles); however, in "Kishi Kacho" (Lineage of the Kishi clan), there is a description that suggests that he was the son of Ashita no sukune which reveals an inconsistency between the two records.
  364. Similarly, a bridegroom or bride who marries into the spouse's family often performs the initiation ritual of ujiko by visiting the tutelary god of the family.
  365. Similarly, a relationship between a man and woman coupled in an utagaki meeting was determined by the strength of each one's kotodama.
  366. Similarly, according to Tetsunojo KANZE VIII, while "weak chanting" is a melodious expression with a fine musical scale, "strong chanting" is an expression to emphasize the strength of the sound.
  367. Similarly, after privatization, East Japan Railway Company (JR East), Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central), and West Japan Railway Company (JR West) in the JR Group have been remaining in the black.
  368. Similarly, among the vassals of the Oda clan was a certain Hiromori MORI, who belonged to the same family as Yorisada.
  369. Similarly, another popular notion that 'all ball-shaped fish meat is tsumire' (minced fish) is wrong as well.
  370. Similarly, as for pants, not a belt but only suspenders are needed.
  371. Similarly, as mentioned earlier, gods of ancient Shintoism and Shintoism as well as Tsukumogami are also beings that bring about fortune and misfortune.
  372. Similarly, based on the cooking method, there is a theory that says the name came from 'mamushi,' which means that the eel is steamed between layers of rice, and there is another theory that says that the name came from 'mabushi,' which means that the rice is topped with eel and sauce and mixed.
  373. Similarly, behind Kagoshima-jingu Shrine (presently at Kirishima City, Kagoshima Prefecture) that enshrines the same Hachiman-gu deity, there is Nageki no Mori Forest.
  374. Similarly, blanch the pork to the extent that its surface becomes marbled.
  375. Similarly, concerning the participation of Yoshiaki, there is a theory that regards the running away of Yoshiaki as a mere escape in fear of purge.
  376. Similarly, earthen walls are not used.
  377. Similarly, followers were not accused.
  378. Similarly, for 'rust' that appears on the surface of metal, the Chinese character '錆' (sabi) was applied.
  379. Similarly, gods also have 'two aspects'.
  380. Similarly, he demonstrated groundlessness of a popular superstition at that time that certain combinations of foods like "eel and pickled plums" and "tenpura (Japanese deep-fried dish) and watermelon" would kill you, by collecting people and actually ate those combinations in front of them.
  381. Similarly, he pointed out that the distinction of usage in Jodai Tokushu Kanazukai did not precisely represent the vowel system of the time.
  382. Similarly, if a player successively wins the major tournament in successive years, the player is granted Hon-inbo (Grand Master) Myoseki whether or not a title is won in subsequent years..
  383. Similarly, if one wants to carry out engineering work on such a well-known place containing a buried cultural property, it is necessary to report to the director-general of the Agency for Cultural Affairs (Article 93, Clause 1).
  384. Similarly, if participant guesses it to be the #2 incense, he or she puts the #2 monko-fuda into the cylinder, and if participant guesses it to be the #3 incense, he or she puts the #3 monko-fuda into the cylinder.
  385. Similarly, if soba is served in a basket, but with no nori on top, it is identified as mori soba.
  386. Similarly, in "Shushi" (an Iranian work of literature and history) which was compiled in Ilkhanate in Iran, the intention is seen to compile "the world history" by integrating the world-wide historical materials.
  387. Similarly, in September of 1802, Gohei HARIMA, a publisher in Nagahori Shinsaibashi cho, Osaka, filed that some problems may arise in the calendar from the two books 'Benwaku book oral instruction' and 'Tenwakeshokeiheitengi graphic illustration.'
  388. Similarly, in areas where whaling, including passive whaling and accidental whaling was a regular vocation from long ago, 'kujirabaka' (whale grave) and 'kujirahi' (whale monument) exist, and including kujirazuka, there are around 100 of these in Japan.
  389. Similarly, inka are given to pupils in martial arts (such as the art of swordmanship, spearmanship, and Japanese traditional self-defense martial arts), sado (tea ceremony), sanjutsu (arithmetic), and the like.
  390. Similarly, it is explained that Enlightenment is what is attained by Amida and is directed to living beings.
  391. Similarly, it often excludes Mt. Nyoigadake to the east of Mt. Daimonji, whose top is hard to be identified from the central Kyoto.
  392. Similarly, players of 'Asakusa Opera' located in Asakusakoen Rokku as well as players and staff of the Sugamo studio of Kokusai Katsuei Daito Eiga rolled in this new studio.
  393. Similarly, poets, such as Anpo Hoshi, composed poems using 'Kurama-yama' as an utamakura, and are included in 'Shui Wakashu' (the third anthology of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command).
  394. Similarly, some ordinances of local public bodies specify 'intangible cultural properties' as one category of cultural properties.
  395. Similarly, some seafood restaurants have listed sushi and sashimi (fresh slices of raw fish) on the menu.
  396. Similarly, sumikazari tended to project outwards as time went by and had an extremely warped shape by the Edo period.
  397. Similarly, the Tokugawa family, also like Hideyoshi, protected Yamato-shiza.
  398. Similarly, the burning duration of a stick of Senko was used at licensed quarters as the standard of time for an amusement, but some prostitutes intentionally snapped Senko while burning and shortened the time.
  399. Similarly, the cost is 12,267 yen per person if occupied by three, and as high as 18,400 yen per person if occupied by two.
  400. Similarly, the custom of hanami is not as common in eastern and northern Hokkaido, and instead, it's a custom to enjoy a feast called 'kanpukai' (maple-leaf viewing) during the season of autumn leaves.
  401. Similarly, the daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) of the Asakura clan in the Hokuriku region was annoyed with the Ikko sect in Kaga Province and his strategies did not work out beyond the foothold.
  402. Similarly, the family register was made once every six years.
  403. Similarly, the length of the cord, which was short during the Edo period, gradually became longer, and after the war products that were quite long began to appear.
  404. Similarly, the prestigious term 'Gorenju' was limited to the wives of heirs to the Shogun and the Gosanke (three privileged branch families).
  405. Similarly, the top 10 shrines and temples which received most visitors in 2006 were as follows, as reported by the National Police Agency.
  406. Similarly, the word "Shimo" literally means "down," the opposite of "up."
  407. Similarly, there are also some Zen sect temples that refer to their main hall as 'hondo,' especially those buildings resembling an abbot's chamber.
  408. Similarly, there are other variations such as red pickled ginger, edamame (green soybeans), octopus, squid's tentacles, and so on, which are all deep-fried in a Satsuma-age shape.
  409. Similarly, there are various types of attitudes toward sake brewing among toji people.
  410. Similarly, there is a town name of Zeniza-machi.
  411. Similarly, there is a view that adds three books--"Tensho (also called 'Tenshoki')" (a chronological history of Japan), "Nihonkoku sofudoki" and "Zen-zen Taiheiki (a military story)"--as heretical ancient history books.
  412. Similarly, there were positions reserved for ranked imperial princes including minister (director) of one of the eight central ministries, vice-commander of Daizaifu or provincial governor of some major provinces, guaranteeing them senior positions.
  413. Similarly, this clearly suggests that Musashi Fuchu Kumano Jinja Tumulus was constructed by an important local power.
  414. Similarly, to visit a shrine or temple for another person who has a prayer is called daisan, while to pray towards a shrine or temple to which one is making a wish without actually visiting it is called yohai.
  415. Similarly, whale meat was eaten on the day of Doyo of summer in various parts of Japan, and in some villages in Kyushu, each household preserved a barrel of whale skin in salt.
  416. Similarly, when Michizane assumed the post of the Monjo hakase, he set the question for the taisaku examination for Kiyoyuki (also referred to as Kiyotsura) MIYOSHI of the toso in 881, and KI no Haseo of the toso in 883.
  417. Similes, metaphors, allegories and personification
  418. Simmer them slowly for a long time until the bones become soft and add mizuame last to have teri again.
  419. Simmered takuan pickles
  420. Simmered takuan pickles (pickled daikon radish) is a local dish of some regions in Japan.
  421. Simmering tamakonnyaku in a broth of surume (dried squid) and adding more of sake (rice wine) to the broth makes tamakonnyaku delicious to eat.
  422. Simple Fukusa
  423. Simple Funerals and Extravagant Funerals
  424. Simple alkaline hot spring (expansive high-temperature alkaline hot spring)
  425. Simple amazake ingredients made from sakekasu.
  426. Simple and not decorative
  427. Simple dishes prepared by putting canned mandarin orange or canned pineapple on shaved ice and adding the syrup from the can
  428. Simple fukusa
  429. Simple hot spring
  430. Simple hot springs
  431. Simple hot springs are hot springs whereby the amount of contained minerals and gas are less (less than 1 g per 1 kg of hot spring water).
  432. Simple hot springs are often misunderstood as low quality hot springs since they contain little ingredients.
  433. Simple improvements
  434. Simple kakegoe "O-dogu" (sceneshifters) is allowed, however, another kakegoe "Hasegawa" is often heard since the sceneshifters' names had been 'Kanbei HASEGAWA' for generations during the Edo period.
  435. Simple local specialty dolls carved from wood
  436. Simple street stalls sell a variety of items, such as; fruits, Gai Yang (Grilled Chicken), freshly squeezed orange juice, and many other drinks.
  437. Simple thermal hot spring (Goshikiyu hot spring)
  438. Simple ticket gates are used at Joyo Station or stations to the south of Joyo Station, as some unmanned stations still exist.
  439. Simple toilets
  440. Simple version
  441. Simple way of behaving at a shrine
  442. Simple-type automated ticket gates can't handle the use of more than one J-Thru Card for a single transaction.
  443. Simplicity in decoration can be interpreted as a result of shrines preserving the styles of ancient Japanese architecture.
  444. Simplified chronological table of nishiki-e-shinbun
  445. Simplified identification processes consisted of a person removing their armor to identify the head.
  446. Simplified production method (using sakekasu)
  447. Simply an enlarged jar-shaped vessel was used for a container for burial during the first half of the early Yayoi period.
  448. Simply calculating by the Christian calendar
  449. Simply called 'bake (化け),' 'bakemono(化け物)' and 'obake (大化け)' too.
  450. Simply mentioning 'Japanese Swords' mostly indicates Uchigatana.
  451. Simply put, yamaoroshi is a process in which steamed rice, koji (mold rice) and water are mixed and rammed until they turn into a porridge-like texture.
  452. Simply referred to as yamahai, yamahai-jikomi (yamahai-shikomi) is a method of brewing sake (Japanese rice wine) that belongs to the kimoto-kei (traditional moto, or yeast starter, developing method).
  453. Simply, barbecue sauces with a sweet taste are sometimes referred to as teriyaki sauces.
  454. Simply, it is also called Furosaki.
  455. Simulation Technology
  456. Simultaneity of wisdom and practice was emphasized and chikodoitsu (activation of wisdom requires practice) (or Chiko-Goitsu - awareness comes only through practice) was preached.
  457. Simultaneously with the above step, make the soup for steaming the rice.
  458. Simultaneously, another train bound for Kizu arrives at Platform 1 and departs, leaving the split cars.
  459. Simultaneously, it was upgraded to a rapid train stopping station to coincide with the timetable revision (but Miyakoji Rapid Service does not stop).
  460. Simultaneously, occupational branch families belonging to the school declared that his succession to the family head was invalid.
  461. Simultaneously, official certificates as priests who were officially recognized by the government were issued by the government, and its control was further strengthened.
  462. Simultaneously, the Kansai Thru Pass was introduced.
  463. Simultaneously, the area which had remained as 'Oaza Okitayama' was reorganized into eight towns prefixed by 'Okitayama' as well as Kinugasa Kinugasayama-cho and Kinugasa Akasaka-cho.
  464. Simultaneously, the area which survived as 'Awataguchi, Sakyo Ward' was divided into the following four towns: Awataguchi Dainichiyama-cho, Awataguchi Yamashita-cho, Awataguchi Iriaiyama-cho and Awataguchi Nyoigatake-cho.
  465. Simultaneously, the area which survived as 'Jodoji, Sakyo Ward' was divided into six towns broadly designated 'Jodoji' (Jodoji Uchikoshi-cho, Jodoji Kocho-cho, Jodoji Chochinyama-cho, Jodoji Nanamawari-cho, Jodoji Koyama-cho and Jodoji Oyama-cho).
  466. Simultaneously, the area which survived as 'Nanzenji' was divided into Nanzenji Nanzenjisan-cho and Nanzenji Furoya-cho.
  467. Simultaneously, the twentieth Infantry Regiment of the Imperial Japanese Army was stationed at the present-day Camp Fukuchiyama.
  468. Sin-Mikuriya Machi, Kita Matsuura Gun, Nagasaki Prefecture (Present Matsuura City)
  469. Sin-Yanagi School of Edosenke
  470. Sinbo Kijutsu (Chinese medical book) in 1644.
  471. Since "Hakutsuru" commenced to sell sake with ishobin in 1901, it was the mainstream for over one hundred years.
  472. Since "Kamenfu," he supposedly became the writer for a female monk or interpreted as the husband of the lady he modeled after but it is not certain if this is true or not.
  473. Since "Nihonshoki" was written in genuine a Chinese writing style in principle except songs and ballads, it was very difficult for Japanese people to read.
  474. Since "Setsumon-kaiji" (Chinese classic dictionary) defines 倭 to mean obedience, Kanera ICHIJO said 'because Wajin were obedient in nature' ("Nihonshoki sanso"), and many Confucianists followed the theory in later ages.
  475. Since 'A new era name should be established,' it seemed that the characters were changed and the pronunciation was changed to "yamaki," but in fact, only the characters were changed to "山城" and "yamashiro," "城" was pronounced "shiro" only for the word "山城."
  476. Since 'Emperor Otomo' was not found in "Chronicles of Japan" and "Kaifuso," it was considered that the conclusion was made based on some proofs, but details were unknown because the text was lost.
  477. Since 'KANZE Kojiro Nobumitsu ga zo-san,' which was written in his later years, described the roots of the Kanze family as well as his own life in detail, this book has been considered source materials about the Kanze family up to the present.
  478. Since 'Nagamasa' was the name he used late in life, he was known as 'Nagoyoshi' for a long time.
  479. Since 'Okunitama-no-okami' is among the other names for Okuninushi, some say Yamatonookuni tamanokami is the same god as Okuninushi-no-kami.
  480. Since 'Tatsu' means 'dragon' and 'Mi' means 'snake,' it is easy to imagine that it has a strong relation with snakes.
  481. Since 'Yuzu enmonsho' was written in kanbun, classical Chinese, 'Yuzu nenbutsu shingesho' (document for understanding and mastering Yuzu nenbutsu), which was written in Japanese, were widespread in order to cover the negative effects of the former.
  482. Since 'asuka' has another notation '明日香,' '飛鳥' was established on the relationship of the notation and the reading for kanji by makurakotoba.
  483. Since 'futsu' is an onomatopoeic term referring to the sound of a sword severing something, Futsunushi no kami became the god of the power of swords.
  484. Since 'kenjo kaga-bocha' leaves are lightly roasted, the brewed tea is sweet and mild, but its bitterness is slightly stronger than other, commonly-known types of hojicha.
  485. Since 'makie' (Japanese lacquer sprinkled with gold or silver powder) is not provided, 'makieshi' (a gold lacquer master) does not exist naturally.
  486. Since 'suru' in surume suggests 'to lose money,' around the mid-Edo period, it was reworded to 'atarime' ('atari' means to win) to be used for good luck.
  487. Since 'the MANZAI boom' the center stage of comedies has shifted from the yose theater to the broadcasting media.
  488. Since '寛,' a letter on the coin, was small, it was called 'shukukan' (literally, shrinking 寛).
  489. Since '寳' (ho), a letter on the coin, turned up, it was called 'shaho' (literally, oblique 寳).
  490. Since 1 koma-jaku was equivalent of 1.1736 shaku in the present kane-jaku, a theory suggests the koma-jaku is the origin of the gofuku-jaku, rather than the kujira-jaku.
  491. Since 1 shaku was fixed at 10 over 33 meters, 1 hiro is equivalent to approximately 1.818 meters.
  492. Since 1067, he subdued Ezogawakeshima araebisu and monk soldiers of Heinana-mura and extended the eastern end (northern end) of Japan to Tsugaru Straits with help of the Dewa-Kiyohara clan.
  493. Since 1240, the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) often issued laws forbidding oshigai.
  494. Since 1549, when Catholicism was firstly introduced to Japan by Francis Xavier, the number of Christians increased, stimulated by trade and other factors.
  495. Since 1577, he lived in the Nagahama-jo Castle of Omi Province, the residential castle of Hideyoshi HASHIBA (later Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI), a vassal of the Oda family, as a hostage of Nobunaga ODA.
  496. Since 1600, Spanish ships arrived in Japan from Manila once a year.
  497. Since 1636, bakufu had made zeni-za (an organization in charge of minting coins during the Edo period) across the country cast Eiraku-tsuho (bronze coins struck in the Ming dynasty), whose value was set the same as Bitasen (low quality coins whose surfaces were worn away), though it was good quality coin.
  498. Since 1860, he also learned from the Okura group at the Heki school, Japanese horse-back archery technique from the Otsubo new school, the art of spearing from the Kuden and the Inatomi schools, in addition to the Tendo school.
  499. Since 1862 he had joined Sonno Joi Movement (the Movement advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners).
  500. Since 1862, he had engaged in casting Ryukyu Tsuho (a name of local currency of Satsuma Domain) and Tenpo Tsuho (a name of Japanese currency).
  501. Since 1862, the end of the Edo period, the Kyoto residence of the Satsuma domain was located at this place (this place was called Shokoku-ji Temple Nihonmatsu at the time).
  502. Since 1868 he had taken initiatives in proposing enlightened principles and in implementing political agendas.
  503. Since 1868, the figures represent total population of all classes registered in the family registry.
  504. Since 1871 at the age of 24, he started to study Western studies.
  505. Since 1871 when the Imperial instruction to make western style uniforms for the army and government officials was issued (Grand Council Proclamations No. 399), police officers, railway workers, and teachers adapted western clothes as their working clothes.
  506. Since 1871, the rite of the Kannamesai has been also performed in Kashikodokoro (Palace Sanctuary) of the imperial court.
  507. Since 1872, European clothes have become the formal attire and ceremonial dresses in the Imperial Court and the government, so now ikan is used by Shinto priests in shrines as formal attire, besides the imperial families and ceremonial staffs wear ikan as ceremonial attire in court rituals and ceremonies.
  508. Since 1873, Land-Tax Bureau of the Ministry of Finance had been proceeding Land-Tax Reform in full-scale.
  509. Since 1873, he worked on development of agriculture in Hokkaido Prefecture as the Development Commissioner.
  510. Since 1882, poems written by the emperor and the public have been published in the newspapers and so on.
  511. Since 1883, Vietnam was a French-protected state, where, around 1904, Phan Boi Chau and others, inspired by the Russo-Japanese War, organized an association advocating the anti-French movement.
  512. Since 1884 he started to play a jubango with 5-dan Honinbo Shuei (with Shuei at sen).
  513. Since 1902, Yoshinaga had assumed the position of chairman of Tofukai, the patronage group for Ota-jinja Shrine enshrining his ancestor SUGAWARA no Michizane.
  514. Since 1905, he made tours of inspection to Besshi and Shisaka jima Islands.
  515. Since 1908 when ice began to be used ice for keeping fish fresh, ice was also used during railway transportation of namaribushi.
  516. Since 1909, the ukai has been performed as a tourist attraction, and is also carried out in full moon days and the days when the water is muddy, although ukai as a fishing method is not carried out in both of those periods.
  517. Since 1910, he was involved in inaugurating an association to compile a history of Restoration.
  518. Since 1926, Hikkake sangawara has been used as a standard tile for roofing due to encouragement by the prewar Ministry of Home Affairs of that time, and they are still used today.
  519. Since 1930, it has existed as a detached shrine of Nanto Kagami-jinja Shrine, which is located near Yakushi-ji Temple.
  520. Since 1947, distinguished poets out of office have been commissioned to select not only Imperial Family's poems but also the public's ones.
  521. Since 1948, it has become the 'Hozugawa Kanko Hotel Rakurakuso' (Rakuraku-so Hotel for Hozugawa sightseeing), and now the second floor of the western building is used for guest rooms, the first floor for a caf? restaurant and the garden for another caf? and for weddings.
  522. Since 1948, women have been allowed to become a member of the Nohgaku Performers' Association.
  523. Since 1951, due in part to the increased number of winners, the Academy added the new award 'Onshi Sho' (Emperor's Prize) (Japan Art Academy) to present to the most outstanding among the winners.
  524. Since 1951, he served as a koji (presenter of poems) of the ceremony of the Utakai Hajime (Imperial New Year's Poetry Reading) held in the Imperial court and the chairman of hikokai (a group of descendants of the former nobility who serve the New Year Imperial Poetry Reading Party).
  525. Since 1951, it has officially been designated as shuzo kotekimai.
  526. Since 1955, the Japan Air Self-Defense Force has been stationed in the airport, and although it is currently the airport under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Defense, it has been open for private aviation (even during the stationing of the U.S. forces), and used under the name of 'Miho Airport'.
  527. Since 1960 and onward, foamed polystyrene containers have generally been used, because such packaging facilitates efficient shipping and distribution.
  528. Since 1961, the postmark has been omitted from New Year's postcards; alternatively, a circular mark similar to the postmark has been printed below the price indication.
  529. Since 1972, the use of jinrikisha has been prohibited on some streets in Kolkata, India.
  530. Since 1982: He has been a member of The Association for Japanese Noh Plays.
  531. Since 1984, "Chuka Daizo-kyo Sutra (Chinese Tripitaka)中華大蔵経" (facsimile edition) has been published, having this Tripitaka as a copied text.
  532. Since 1988, KEIJI BY-PASS, the second Keihan road and KEINAWA EXPRESSWAY have opened one after another, improving access to the area by vehicle.
  533. Since 1989, the lottery has been part of the New Year's postcard stamp as well.
  534. Since 1990: He has been leading 'Manosuke kyogen no kai' (gathering of Mannosuke's kyogen [farce played during a Noh cycle]).
  535. Since 1992, the residents living in the houses along Hondori (main street) in Iwamura-cho, Ena City, Gifu Prefecture, have hung a noren (a short [split] curtain hung at the entrance of a room) indicating the names of female members of each family to the memory of Otsuya no kata, who was the chatelaine of the area.
  536. Since 1993, it has been included in the handicraft course of the Inatori Women's Club and seen in a new light and got the name "Hina no Tsurushikazari".
  537. Since 1995 he has formed and operated 'Shinmi no kai' (Shinmi association) with Yasuhiro URATA, Yasuchika URATA (shite-kata (main roles) of Kanze school), Yuji TANIGUCHI (Otsuzumi kata of Ishii school) and Naoyasu SOWA (Kotsuzumi kata of Ko school).
  538. Since 1995, the head family has not been appointed in the Izumi school, instead being placed in the custody of Matasaburo NOMURA, the 12th, who is a patriarch of the school, at the request of the gathering of the school's occupational branch family.
  539. Since 1996 when the team was promoted to the J. League, it has played almost all home games in Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium.
  540. Since 1996, the Japan Meteorological Agency has been processing data collected nationwide using the computers located in Tokyo.
  541. Since 1997 he has maintained a Forest Green Tree Frog observation web site.
  542. Since 1997, when the consumption tax was increased from 3% to 5%, however, their need has decreased and so has their mintage.
  543. Since 2-chome to 11-chome Sujikaibashi are counted as 10 towns or as one Oaza, the above '28 towns' and '19 Oaza' indicate substantially the same district.
  544. Since 2000 it has invested heavily, opening new branches in areas along the railway lines between Kyoto and Osaka in Osaka Prefecture in addition to neighboring Shiga and Nara prefectures, and it is actively competing with Shiga Bank and Nanto Bank as well as major city banks.
  545. Since 2000, Isuzu buses using genuine bodies (manufactured by Isuzu Bus Manufacturing, Ltd.) have also been used.
  546. Since 2000, Urasenke school has established a qualification system which is compatible with its kyojo (admission letter) system.
  547. Since 2000, among the cars running on the Hankyu Lines, these two types are the only cars that are not painted in the dominant maroon color (since 1998 the Sanyo Electric Railway has suspended the operation of cars from Sannomiya Station and to the east).
  548. Since 2000, an increasing number of takoyaki restaurant chains have begun to expand into regions other than Kinki.
  549. Since 2000, he has been co-hosting 'Kyogen for physical, mental and technical training (TOPPA!)' (kyogen study group formed by six young members of the Shigeyama acting family) along with Senzaburo SHIGEYAMA, Masakuni SHIGEYAMA, Ippei, Shigeru and Doji SHIGEYAMA.
  550. Since 2000, the narrowing of the scope of varieties was carried out through line selection and fixed to 'Shizu-kei No. 88,' which was very close to Yamada nishiki but had a lower height.
  551. Since 2002, he formed a Nohgaku unit 'TTR Noh Project' with Tetsuya YAMAMOTO, and actively creates performances such as live-style Noh, at places other than Noh Theatres.
  552. Since 2003, Keihan Ujiko Services also spun off an affiliate Keihan Uji Bus that has existed up to now.
  553. Since 2003, the municipality has proceeded to strengthen its cooperation with the Kyoto Seika University in many fields, such as regional development, utilizing the Maizuru Natural and Cultural Gardens, etc.
  554. Since 2004, making good use of supported enterprises such as the exhibition and popularization of local products by the prefecture, sake breweries have been produced and sold as a unified brand 'Saka nishiki' for Shimane Prefecture.
  555. Since 2004, the site has been maintained by Yonago City and an environmental improvement project (construction of a park at the site) has been carried out.
  556. Since 2004, women have been allowed to become a member of the Association for Japanese Noh Plays.
  557. Since 2005 colored cups started to be used, making the festival more colorful.
  558. Since 2005, 'Ippon-ashi-datara Kokeshi' (wooden doll of ghost with one leg), a folk craft made by referring to the folklores of Ippon-datara, is sold at Matsumoto Kobo Craft Center in Yoshino County, Nara Prefecture.
  559. Since 2005, business has been recovering, with restrictions on the facility construction sites eased, resulting in an increasing number of companies advancing in to the city; the total number of facilities built so far, including cultural facilities numbered more than 100 during the fiscal year 2007.
  560. Since 2005, glossy New Year's postcards suitable for ink-jet printing have been sold.
  561. Since 2006
  562. Since 2006, development of new markets has been investigated together with Whale Labo, LLC that was newly established for developing markets for whale meat.
  563. Since 2006, it has been broadcast on December 30.
  564. Since 2006, it has only been possible to view the temple from outside of the main hall for reasons of crime prevention.
  565. Since 2006, strong efforts have been put into flora in the park and there have been more flowers every year.
  566. Since 2007, station signs have been gradually installed in accordance with the line's own color.
  567. Since 2007, the bank's logo has been on the sleeves of the uniforms of the Kyoto Sanga F.C., which is the professional football team in Kyoto.
  568. Since 2007, the multinational underwater archaeological research group, consisting of Turkey as a leading country and several countries, has been investigating the Ertu?rul in the water and working on the salvage of her remains from the seabed.
  569. Since 2008 he has served as Chairman of the Japan Actors' Association.
  570. Since 30 grams and 31 grams of carbon dioxide are emitted in the processes of manufacturing and incineration respectively, approx. 61 grams of carbon dioxide emission can be curbed by not using one supermarket checkout bag.
  571. Since 618 was stated during the Kyushu era, it is believed that it was constructed in 618.
  572. Since 757, soldiers were only conscripted from Kyushu.
  573. Since 764, when he was created Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank), he assumed the following posts in a row: Tango no kami (the governor of Tango Province), Hyobu-shoyu (junior assistant minister of the Hyobusho, or Ministry of Military), Ise no suke (Assistant Governor of Ise Province), and Ushoben (Minor Controller of the Right).
  574. Since 842, Sadanushi successively held various positions including Sangi (the Councilor) and Kageyushi chokan (Secretary of the Office of Investigators of the Records of Outgoing Officials) and issued 'Bengi Jushiji.'
  575. Since 919, when Kangen also acted as the head priest (betto) of Kongobu-ji Temple, which due to rivalry hadn't long recognized To-ji choja and his authority, the authority of To-ji Choja was considerably strengthened.
  576. Since 970, the Goryoe has been held yearly, becoming the Gion matsuri (Gion festival)
  577. Since 970, the festival has been an annual event.
  578. Since 985, Masanobu complained about the condition of his physique because of his advanced age, he faithfully administered the affairs of state and worked hard to manage public affairs and made hardly any errors.
  579. Since Akari-shoji was easily broken, very few have remained until now.
  580. Since Akinobu entered the priesthood as he had predicted, he was praised for his accuracy in judging people in "Okagami" (The Great Mirror).
  581. Since Akinori was good at naginata jutsu among all the techniques of the Tendo school, his activity as a naginata teacher increased, and he not only performed the naginata jutsu of the Tendo school in front of the Imperial family, but also instructed at a training hall of the House of Viscount Nishinotoin.
  582. Since Amenohiboko would not accept the man's explanation, he offered the red ball which he always carried, and was finally excused.
  583. Since Amida Buddha saves a sinner like me, I swear I will never commit any small sin.
  584. Since Apple sold Fukubukuro at its direct-managed store Apple Store Ginza at New Year's in 2004 and it was selling well, it sells Fukubukuro named Lucky Bag also in the U.S. when new flag stores are opened.
  585. Since April 1, 1950, he started working for the Tokugawa Art Museum as a full time staff.
  586. Since April 17, 1928 when Tokyo Imperial University ordered Shinjin-kai (a student movement organization established at Tokyo Imperial University) to dismiss it, the Shaken of each Imperial University was ordered to be dismissed.
  587. Since Aritsune MATSUDA was also a nephew of Kageyoshi OBA, Kageyoshi secretly provided him with protection, being aware of the attacking against Yoshitsune in advance.
  588. Since Asakusa (in present downtown Tokyo) was the home base of his activities, he was also called 'Asakusa Danzaemon.'
  589. Since Atagoyama Railway was dissolved in 1959, it is believed that "Atagoyama Cable" company is not directly related to the Atagoyama Railway.
  590. Since August 1, 1590 (August 30, according to the Gregorian calendar) was believed to have been the day when Ieyasu TOKUGAWA officially entered the Edo-jo Castle for the first time, the Edo bakufu (the Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) designated the day as the second most important holiday after the New Year's day.
  591. Since August 27, 1995 (third term)
  592. Since August, 2007, all the volumes have been available for printing on demand (OD).
  593. Since Bunrei died when Buncho was 20 years old, he studied under Kangan KITAYAMA and pursued Hokuso painting.
  594. Since Buyeo Pung (Hosho FUYO) had been sent to Wakoku as a consequence of losing a political strife in Baekje, generals of the Baekje revival army and people left behind in Baekje had contempt for him.
  595. Since Chang'an was the biggest city on Earth and the leading center of culture at the time, he decided to travel 1100 km on foot to Chang'an from Mt. Wutai, taking 53 days.
  596. Since Chashitsu are small, they can relatively easily be disassembled and rebuilt at a different place.
  597. Since Chikuwa has a hole to let air through, people who tend to miss other people's speech are said to have 'Chikuwa ears.'
  598. Since China is a vast country and had been often invaded by enemies, multi-capital system was widely adopted.
  599. Since Chinju-fu (Northern defense) functions had been substantially pared-back, the honorary post of Chinju-fu Shogun post was awarded to distinguished samurai.
  600. Since Chiten had to give official approval for making any political decision even though it may be just a formality, the bakufu and the court nobles of Northern Court started working on restoring the Northern Court.
  601. Since Chiten no Kimi had the discretion of imperial succession, and as one the Retired Emperor Kameyama's descendants he was ensured of being enthroned.
  602. Since Choemon I died on November in 1687, 'Karacho' already has a tradition of longer than 300 years.
  603. Since Christianity was also brought from England and Portugal which were trading countries in the early Edo period, the ban was never completed.
  604. Since Ci was originally composed in accordance with music, it is sometimes called Ten Ci, meaning "filling the music with verses," and also Isei, meaning "to the tune of the music."
  605. Since Daihi was used for both the wife of a king and the wife of a great king, Daihi in the royal family had the same title as an Empress dowager in the Chinese empire.
  606. Since Danzaemon lost the trial, the puppeteers and kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) actors were also considered to have broken Danzaemon's bonds.
  607. Since Doko, the Zenkan Kinbungaku (Western Han new text version of literature) of the Joshu school flourished.
  608. Since Dosetsu was the most excellent disciple, Sekka tried to have him succeeded the doctrines, but Dosetsu firmly refused, wished to establish another sect and got permission to do so.
  609. Since Doshisha University and the Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts have their own campus (Imadegawa Campus) next to the northern part of Kyoto Gyoen National Garden, students are often seen relaxing on benches.
  610. Since Dotetsu, a child of Soen, was excellent at medicine which he devoted himself to, not to tea ceremony, it is believed that all the styles and techniques of the school were handed down to Soan FURUICHI who was a son-in-law of Soen.
  611. Since Edo period when organized whaling was established, these mounds were built to mourn and show gratitude even in areas where whaling was a regular vocation, and they are seen in areas such as the Ryushima area near Ukishima-jinja Shrine in Katsuyama, Chiba Prefecture and Taiji-cho, Wakayama Prefecture.
  612. Since Edo period, temariuta has been sung in yukaku (a red-light district), and so on, however many of them remained today are settled on the subject matters of the Russo-Japanese War or popular literally works during the middle and late Meiji period when it became widespread as children's play.
  613. Since Emperor Antoku took three sacred emblems of the Imperial Family with him, together with the Taira clan, in their absence there was an emergency plan: the Cloistered Emperor Go-Shirakawa ordered Emperor Go-Toba to succeed to the Imperial Throne as a command from a former Emperor.
  614. Since Emperor Gohorikawa was ten years old at that time, his father, Imperial Prince Morisada (Gyoji) ruled the cloistered government as Gotakakurain.
  615. Since Emperor Gomomozono died in 1779 without having a prince to become his successor, Imperial Prince Sukehito's sixth Prince, Imperial Prince Morohito (Tomohito) succeeded to the throne in haste (Emperor Kokaku).
  616. Since Emperor Gomomozono left only one princess, Imperial Princess Yoshiko, who was just born in the same year, the imperial line of Emperor Nakamikado became extinct.
  617. Since Emperor Gosaga took charge of administration, even though Sadamichi had no official court position, he held power as the guardian of the new emperor and battled with Michiie KUJO and Yoshizane NIJO over power.
  618. Since Emperor Goshirakawa's proper successor was Emperor Gotoba, the Imperial line was unified along Emperor Gotoba's line, after Emperor Goshirakawa died, Emperor Gotoba started his Cloistered government.
  619. Since Emperor Hanzei passed away in February, 410, without naming the Crown Prince, a crowd of retainers conferred together and recommended Oasazuma wakugo no sukune no mikoto as the Emperor (okimi).
  620. Since Emperor Meiji visited Tokyo twice the Dajokan moved to Tokyo, and from this point Tokyo was considered the de facto capital.
  621. Since Emperor Meiji was respected as a sovereign, as for non western countries, he was highly regarded overseas, more than he was in Japan, by the people such as Haile SelassieⅠin Ethiopia, Alfredo Stroessner in Paraguay, Saddam Husain in Iraq.
  622. Since Emperor Reizei suffered a mental disorder and somebody was needed to act as his deputy, "kanpaku," the role of Chief Advisor to the Emperor, whose service had been unused for many years during the reign of Emperor Murakami, was resumed.
  623. Since Emperor Reizei suffered a mental illness, he was not expected to remain on the throne for many years, and the Crown Prince needed to be designated immediately from among his brothers.
  624. Since Emperor Saga tried to change the system of kansatsushi (inspectors in charge of surveying the misery of the people) that had been established during Emperor Heizei's reign, it enraged the Retired Emperor Heizei and there occurred a conflict called nisho chotei (two Imperial Courts existing at the same time).
  625. Since Emperor Seinei had no children, he welcomed the two brothers into the imperial palace in 482.
  626. Since Emperor Seiwa spent his childhood at Yoshifusa's residence, he always confided in Yoshifusa and gave an edict to him to serve as Sessho again in the same year.
  627. Since Emperor Yuryaku's Court after the fall of the Katsuragi clan, HEGURI no Matori, a child of Tsuku successively held the position of 'Oomi' (a highest officer in national politics of the Yamato dynasty) and the clan fully enjoyed their prosperity.
  628. Since Emperor's Empress, Imperial Princess Keishi (Kaoruko) had no children, soon Moshi was going to become the next Crown Prince's birth mother, or kokumo (mother of Emperor) after Imperial Prince Takahito's succession to the throne, however she died in 1062 before the Prince's succession to the throne.
  629. Since Empress Dowager and Grand Empress Dowager were in the same rank of empresses, 'chugu' was used as the name of the residence of an empress and the empress herself.
  630. Since English was particularly popular among foreign languages in those days, the English Department of the Tokyo School of Foreign Languages became independent as Daiichi High School (old education system), and other national schools of foreign languages were also renamed English Language School.
  631. Since Enryaku-ji Buddhist Temple of the Tendai sect was built on Mt. Hiei, the deity also came to be regarded as the guardian deity of the Tendai sect and Enryaku-ji Temple.
  632. Since FUJIWARA is a kabane (hereditary title), and not a family name nor a last name, there was no 'Fujiwara-ke' (Fujiwara family) among court nobles before the Meiji period.
  633. Since FUJIWARA no Motonari, Hidehira's father-in-law and political adviser, was a son of Naganari ICHIJO's cousin, it is probable that he (Yoshitsune) depended on that connection.
  634. Since FUJIWARA no Tametaka was a real brother of Shigetaka, Tomotaka and Chikataka, there was a possibility that the history of the book had been handed down in the Bojo family, but the truth remains unclear.
  635. Since Fujisawa approved this, the game became the case which an exceptional rule was adopted.
  636. Since Fujita was as young as 23 years old, they held the Mito machi-bugyo (town magistrate) Inanoemon TAMARU, who was understanding toward their activities, as the shusho (commander-in-chief).
  637. Since Fukagawa is located in the direction of Tatsumi (southeast), they are called 'Tatsumi Geisha,' and also 'Haori Geisha' because they are characterized by their wearing of Haori (a Japanese half coat).
  638. Since Fuki withdrew from the entertainment business in the middle of the previous month, there was no entertainment hall in Kyoto City until June 1962 when Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd. revived the Kyoto Kagetsu Theater.
  639. Since Fushiminomiya was the legitimate family of the Northern Court, Sadafusa was often look upon with suspicion by others.
  640. Since Fuwa County, Mino Province was the staging post of Prince Oama's military force, it is speculated that Junmumishi settled in Fuwa after the destruction of Kudara and joined the forces of Prince Oama.
  641. Since Genkyo was such a great walker, there is an anecdote that a novice deliveryman came to ask him for pointers to follow his example.
  642. Since Gon Dainagon Kunimichi KOGA died without leaving an heir, Haremichi was adopted by Kunimichi's father, Michinobu KOGA.
  643. Since Gosanke acted as a backup bloodline for the shogun family, they necessarily had their own branch domains as a reserve system in order for them to retain their family head, so they had branch families called Gorenshi or Renshi (brothers of prestigious noblemen).
  644. Since Goshogawara kiln was at the outer edge or the outside of the territory dominated by Japan, Sueki products were sent not only to local Tsugaru Peninsula but also to Hokkaido.
  645. Since Goshun MATSUMURA, the founder of Shijo School, was influenced in his painting style by the sketch style of Okyo MARUYAMA, the founder of Maruyama School, the two schools were later combined in name to be collectively called as "Maruyama-Shijo School".
  646. Since Gunze Ltd. located its business office in 1928, and its plant in 1929, and raw silk was produced not only as raw materials of Tango chirimen (silk crepe) and Nishijin Textile but also for export, the local sericulture industry supported Fukuchiyama in those days.
  647. Since HATA no Kawakatsu is said to have played an important role as an advisor to Prince Shotoku and had a close tie with royalty, articles in connection with the Prince and gifts from royalty are stored here with great care.
  648. Since Hafu, one of the features of Tenshu, was surely created, it became a magnificent design.
  649. Since Hagoita is decorated mainly during the period from New Year's Holidays to the New Year's festival around January 15, Hanetsuki is often played around this time.
  650. Since Haibutsu kishaku (a movement that abolishes Buddhism and destroyed Buddhist temples, images and text) in the Meiji period, it declined again because it lost patronage and the monks were driven out for some time.
  651. Since Hanao (described as 鼻緒 in Japanese characters) is colorful, it is also described as '花緒.'
  652. Since Hankosai also died young, the tenth head Fusensai succeeded the family after performing ascetic practices for 13 years under the guidance of the twelfth head of the Omote-Senke school, Seisai.
  653. Since Harumasa rejected his advice, Yukinaga summoned Jinkichi to discuss the matter again.
  654. Since Hatenashi Pass was the southernmost pass of Kohechi and also the easternmost pass of the Hatenashi Mountain Range, people of Ryujin Village (Ryujin Village, Tanabe City) used some part of Kohechi which went through the Hatenashi Mountain Range.
  655. Since Heian period, Shinhojo-ji Temple was the Gakushuin School Corporation of Nagahama Hachimangu Shrine and served as bettoji (a temple attached to a shrine), but the branch temples, Shana-in Temple, was eliminated due to the Edict of Separation of Shinto and Buddhism in early Meiji period.
  656. Since Heiankyo and its environs suffered drought that year, the conference of Daijokan was to be held in the Seiryoden, Emperor Daigo's living quarters, on July 29 to discuss whether or not to hold a praying-for-rain ceremony.
  657. Since Heijo-kyo was built far from a big river it was not possible to use a ship, so it was difficult to transport food efficiently.
  658. Since Hideie was a child, however, his uncle, Tadaie UKITA led the army on behalf of him.
  659. Since Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI suppressed Saigoku (western part of Japan - especially Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki), he started to contact Korea and Ryukyu to make them subordinate states.
  660. Since Hina no tsurushi kazari used to be burned in the don don yaki (a Shinto blessing of objects after a daughter comes to age), old ones do not exist and the oldest one is said to be a hundred years old or so.
  661. Since Hirano-jinja Shrine was connected to the originator of the Taira clan, Emperor Kanmu, Shigeko prayed for the prosperity of the Taira clan.
  662. Since Hirosue was sick, he left his army to Mitsuyuki ODERA, a member of his family, as a myodai (a substitute) to welcome Yoritomo.
  663. Since Hirotsune was the maternal uncle of Emperor Yozei, he was conferred Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) on February 16, 883 despite his illness.
  664. Since Hiroyuki MIURA presented this uprising in his research titled "National Assembly in the Age of Civil War" in 1912, the uprising in Yamashiro Province became widely-known.
  665. Since Hitoyoshi was in imminent danger of falling due to an invasion by the detached 2nd brigade, Shinpachi NITTA and others discussed the safety of SAIGO, and on May 29, had SAIGO moved to the Office of Military Affairs in Miyazaki accompanied by IKEGAMI and protected by 2,000 soldiers including a sharpshooting squad.
  666. Since Hiyodorigoe was the closest fortress to the headquarters of the Taira clan in Fukuwara, and Owada no Tomari, Munemori followed Emperor Antoku and escaped to the ocean.
  667. Since Hokkyokusei is located in Osaka, whereas, Rengatei is located in Tokyo with their versions of rice omelet being different, it is very difficult to determine which one is the original. rice omelet
  668. Since Hong Kong had to accept the Japanese military currency circulated in China a brust, the residents who were forced to change their currency into the Japanese military currency were financially damaged.
  669. Since Horyu-ji Temple is located in Ikaruga, some theories exclude Horyu-ji Temple as one of the seven and instead count Toshodai-ji Temple.
  670. Since Hoshi Seiyaku (Hoshi Pharmaceutical Company) was recruiting cinematographers for their advertisements, he entered the company.
  671. Since Hoshikawa no Miko, whose mother was from the Kibi clan, occupied Okura (imperial storehouse) while hiding behind his powerful maternal family, the Emperor Seinei ordered OTOMO no Muroya and YAMATONOAYA no Ataitsuka to burn Hoshikawa no Miko to death.
  672. Since Hyoe's buried head was once conserved in salt, the salty groundwater continuously springs out from the earth.
  673. Since I didn't expect my life to be as it is now, I don't fear losing my life.
  674. Since I don't have any words which grow like grass this morning either, it's meaningless to gather dew.'
  675. Since I don't have any words which grow like grass, it's meaningless to gather dew.'
  676. Since Iemitsu was attached to Kasuga no tsubone rather than his real mother, it can be thought that Sugen-in treated Tadanaga preferentially to prevent Kasuga no tsubone from enlarging her power, thus, it is not necessarily appropriate to criticize Go.
  677. Since Iemitsu was on very bad terms with his legitimate wife Takako TAKATSUKASA, and he indulged in homosexuality rather than associating with women during his youth, he did not have an heir even after middle age.
  678. Since Ienari kept taking the helm even after assigning the shogunate to his son, Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA, this administration was called the government of the retired Shogun (ogosho).
  679. Since Iesada was poor in health, three lawful wives and his one concubine, did not become pregnant.
  680. Since Ikai as an honor stipulated in the Constitution of Japan is conferred posthumously, it is usually conferred on Sanken-no-cho (chiefs of three organization of powers), who rendered distinguished services such as a prime minister, after their death.
  681. Since Ikkoku Ichijo Rei (Law of One Castle per Province) was issued in the Edo period, each daimyo retained only one castle and destroyed others.
  682. Since Imawaka's father Yoshitomo was defeated and died in the Heiji War when he was at an early age of 7 in 1159, he was forced to enter the priesthood at Daigo-ji Temple and named himself Ryucho (隆超) (or Ryuki (隆起)), then Zenjo after a short while.
  683. Since Imperial Prince Moriosa did not have any children, Yamashina no Miya Prince Kikumaro came into the family from the Yamashina no Miya family and succeeded to the Miyake in 1881.
  684. Since Imperial Prince Nakano, son of FUJIWARA no Kawako who was a consort of Emperor Kanmu, became a maternal grandfather of Emperor Uda, family lineage of Fujiwara Kyoke is still inherited to present.
  685. Since Imperial Prince Oshikuma was afraid the child prince would ascend to the throne as the next Emperor when he knew the death of the Emperor Chuai and the birth of his baby prince (the Emperor Ojin), he conspired with Imperial Prince Kogasaka, his older brother, to attack the Empress army during their retuning trip from Tsukushi Province.
  686. Since Imperial Prince Taruhito was the oldest son in Arisugawa no Miya family, Sawanomiya was decided unofficially to enter into the Myoho-in Temple and become a priest-prince when he reached the appropriate age, following the custom of the Imperial family.
  687. Since Imperial Prince Yorihito did not become an heir when Imperial Prince Komatsunomiya Akihito died in 1903, Imperial Prince Yorihito newly created the Higashifushiminomiya family
  688. Since Imperial Prince Yoshihito did not have any children, the Prince's nephew and Emperor Goyozei's sixth Prince, Imperial Prince Nagahito, succeeded to the second generation of the family, and was named Hanamachinomiya or Momozononomiya.
  689. Since Imperial Princess Shushi was born after her maternal relative was degraded, she was not fortunate regarding her guardian, just like the Imperial Prince Atsuyasu, her younger brother by the same mother.
  690. Since Imperial Princess Yoshiko was the only child of the Emperor Gomomozono, Koreko had to hastily adopt Prince Sachinomiya from a collateral line; Prince Sachinomiya who was the sixth son of Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Sukehito ascended the throne as the Emperor Kokaku later.
  691. Since Imperial ceremonies are held according to Shinto rules, the separation of religion and politics was taken into consideration when they performed the funeral ceremony for Emperor Showa, which was the first national funeral ceremony after the revision of the Constitution in 1947.
  692. Since In (the Retired Emperor) wished to revive the ancient state, those arts practiced at that time added a nostalgic touch.
  693. Since Irine no Miko, the maternal grandfather of Kanimeikazuchi no Miko, was the younger maternal half-brother of Prince Yamashirono Ootsutsukimawaka, his father and mother were in the relationship between an uncle and a niece.
  694. Since Iruka considered Prince Yamashiro no oe (it is said that he was a son of Prince Shotoku) a powerful candidate for succession to the Imperial Throne, as an obstacle, he launched an attack on Ikaruganomiya Palace and dethroned Prince Yamashiro no oe and his family in November, 643.
  695. Since Iruka's father, SOGA no Emishi set fire to his own house and committed suicide, the soga clan ended and Furuhito no Oe no Miko lost his backer.
  696. Since Ise Jingu Shrine is considered special, it does not have a shrine ranking but is considered to be on the top of all shrines.
  697. Since Ishiyama-dera Temple has never been subjected to fires caused by war, its numerous valuable cultural properties such as architecture, buildings, Buddha statues, Buddhist scriptures and documents remain in existence today.
  698. Since Isoroku was born when Sadayoshi was 56 years old, Sadayoshi named his son "Isoroku" (56).
  699. Since Ito's villa was small, a hotel-restaurant 'Azuma-ya' (now Kanazawa-ku Ward, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture) was used as an office at beginning.
  700. Since January 1964, the office has been set in Japanese Literature Department lab, School of Literature, Tsurumi University, which is located in Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  701. Since January 2004 every train throughout the line has run without a conductor on board, except for certain trains.
  702. Since Japan adopted the Gregorian calendar on January 1st, 1873, Obon is usually held on one of the days below.
  703. Since Japan could not construct it by its own in those days, Britain was selected for a technical and financial assist.
  704. Since Japan is relatively a very dense country and railways have a significant role as a means of in-city and inter-city transportation, today's passenger transportation volume of railways in Japan accounts for 40% of the world total in market share.
  705. Since Japanese cars dramatically improved in performance, Japanese largest automobile company, TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION's best car, Century was adopted.
  706. Since Japanese cats had close contact with the Japanese as alley cats, it is considered as a background that they were difficult to be recognized as "a breed".
  707. Since Japanese compose a Chinese-style poem without concerning its Chinese pronunciation, the Chinese-style poems made by Japanese are generally not appreciated by Chinese.
  708. Since Japanese government prepared that military currency before the war, due to the aggravated Russo-Japan relationship, it was issued in February 1905, soon after the beginning of the war.
  709. Since Joan started learning herbalism under Jakusui, he gradually gravitated toward this field of study, and later he himself began to teach herbalism to disciples.
  710. Since July 26, 1997, Keihan Uji Kotsu began new loop-back services from Uji Shako to Kintetsu Okubo (Line No.27 and 27C) during the rush hour in the morning and during and after the rush hour in the evening.
  711. Since June 1st, 1950, no investiture was given.
  712. Since June 2007, the top 100 castles stamp rally on a nationwide scale has been carried out.
  713. Since Junshi was called 'Sugawara no kimi' ("Yamato Monogatari" (Tales of Yamato)), there is an theory that Junshi's mother was SUGAWARA no Tomoko, who was a kokyu (wife, possibly a court lady called koi) of Emperor Koko and a daughter of SUGAWARA no Koreyoshi, and she was adopted by Emperor Uda later.
  714. Since Kabu-renjo Theater was completed, Miyako Odori was moved there and has been performed at the present location.
  715. Since Kabuki became classified in the category of 'classical art of theater,' no more improvising playgame-like communications between the stage and audience was performed.
  716. Since Kagehiro was one of the key figures in Kagetora group, Kagetora group lost centripetal force and defectors appeared one after another, then the group suffered a defeat.
  717. Since Kagemoto had no children, he adopted a child, Kageki KAGAWA.
  718. Since Kageto died of illness without having a child in 1571, Otsuya no kata adopted Bomaru (later Katsunaga ODA), the fifth son of Nobunaga, as an heir.
  719. Since Kamakura Kubo had already been abolished during the Eikyo War, the absence of two positions caused political paralysis in the Kanto region.
  720. Since Kameoka City is located near Kyoto City, shooting on location is conducted mainly for period dramas in many parts of the city, giving the city a close bond to cinema; however, there are no movie theaters in the city.
  721. Since Kanzo UCHIMURA rejected the worship specified in the Imperial Rescript on Education (known as the Lese Majesty Incident), a directive to follow the Imperial Rescript on Education was also issued.
  722. Since Kasuga Taisha Shrine enshrines the following four deities, they are considered the embodiment of Kasuga no Kami.
  723. Since Kawasaki was concerned about traditional artworks being exported to foreign countries, he began collecting them at around the time of starting Tsukiji Shipyard in 1878 and purchased more than 2,000 masterpieces in his lifetime.
  724. Since Kayouin had been in Sunpu before Takechiyo was taken hostage, she could not have been able to secretly receive the child (Takechiyo) of Odai no kata from the ODA clan.
  725. Since Kazuuji NAKAMURA insisted on attacking immediately because 'it gives a bad impression to other countries to postpone an attack in spite of such a big difference of military force,' they began to fight immediately.
  726. Since Keicho Mameitagin around 1620, Mameitagin had been steadily minted in the same quality as Chogin until Ansei Mameitagin in 1859 throughout the Edo Period.
  727. Since Kenjo sage was drawn on silk cloth, it came to be called 'Kenjo no shoji.'
  728. Since Kenshin had no child and suddenly died without deciding a successor, his adopted son Kagekatsu UESUGI and Kagetora UESUGI began a succession race (Otate War).
  729. Since Kenshin made a lifelong commitment to strictly observe the Buddhist commandment of celibacy, all of his children (Kagekatsu UESUGI, Kagetora UESUGI, Yoshiharu HATAKEYAMA and Kagekuni YAMAURA) were adopted.
  730. Since Kenshin was the last person who could oppose Nobunaga ODA, his death seemed to be a considerable shock at the time.
  731. Since Kichibe KUDO in Kyoda-mura, Nishi tagawa-gun, developed the so-called triptych of Ushu hana--namely Sake no hana, Kyo no hana and Kuni no hana--through artificial crossing at the beginning of the Showa period, the development of sakamai in the private sector was a popular activity in Yamagata Prefecture.
  732. Since Kinga gave lectures at a private medical school Seijukan, his Secchugaku (Koshogaku [the study of ancient texts]) spread among medical doctors.
  733. Since Kinga's house was under construction at that time, he stayed and underwent medical treatment at Rankei TAKI's house, but died of illness in August.
  734. Since Kiyohara no Miya refers to Asuka Kiyomihara no Miya, this 'Emperor' is Emperor Tenmu.
  735. Since Kiyomori passed away in March of the same year, Tango no tsubone became the person who received the trust and favor from the Cloistered Emperor and became involved in politics.
  736. Since Kiyomori was serving as a Dazai no daini (Senior Assistant Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices), Shigemori became the Govenor of Totomi Province on behalf of Kiyomori.
  737. Since Kiyomori's estate was located at Rokuhara in Kyoto, it is also called the Rokuhara administration.
  738. Since Kodaiin disliked Omiyonokata, after foiling her plot, Kodaiin did not allow her to become a nun and ousted her from O-oku, which made Omiyonokata afterwards live with her daughter's husband's families one after another (the Maeda clan of Kaga Domain, the Asano clan of Hiroshima Domain).
  739. Since Kodama no sho and Takayama mikuriya were neighboring regions bordering Kanna-gawa River, the conflict might have been brought about because of this.
  740. Since Koharu only talked about frightening things when samurai tried to talk with her, he wondered about Koharu, and asked her a reason.
  741. Since Koken walks through the back side of the Yokoita, the Hayashikata sit such that a space is left at the back side of the Yokoita.
  742. Since Koman responds to him with a pleasant smile, Sangoro is upset.
  743. Since Korea was considered as Japan's territory just like Taiwan, the measures were taken based on the viewpoint that the legislation in Korea required the consent of the Imperial Diet.
  744. Since Korea was the pioneer in the medicine field at that time, a number of doctors, both town doctors and doctors working at a public clinic, came to wakan to study internal medicine, surgery, acupuncture, and moxibustion, and so on.
  745. Since Korenori was with the army of Hideyoshi HASHIBA at that time, he was out of trouble.
  746. Since Koryo (Imperial demesne, or Kokugaryo) under the Ritsuryo system persistently continued even after the spread of the manorial system, there was room for Joko to use considerable power until the establishment of the Kamakura Bakufu.
  747. Since Koshiro SHINOKAWA, a retainer of Tokitaka TANEGASHIMA, learned this art, he had never missed the target.
  748. Since Kotobagaki (captions) began with `朝恩なればかたじけなく悦事かぎりなし、此よし家にかへりてかたりければ', assumed to have been continued from the previous story, it is not an independent story.
  749. Since Kozosu did not marry during her lifetime and had no children, as a special measure her nephew, Shigetsugu KAWAZOE, became her adopted son and inherited the 200 koku.
  750. Since Kuge school's theories are used as the official kyogaku of Jodo Shinshu Hongan-ji school today, Sekisen school is regarded as a heterodoxy.
  751. Since Kuki took a business trip without a legal position, the governor of Kyoto Prefecture, Kunimichi KITAGAKI, went a different way from Kuki.
  752. Since Kuki's wife, Hatsuko was pregnant, Tenshin left with her for Japan and arrived at Yokohama Port in October.
  753. Since Kume's arrow missed, Karakuni managed to run away, however Karakuni could not rally his run-away soldiers.
  754. Since Kumiyama-cho has no industrial establishment that emits black smoke, its environmental burden is comparatively small.
  755. Since Kurama-dera Temple and Mt. Kurama are closely related, it sometimes happens that Mt. Kurama is used to indicate Kurama-dera Temple.
  756. Since Kyo-sashimono was developed in the noble culture of the Heian period and its products were mainly used at the Imperial Court and by court nobles, graceful and fine workmanship constitutes a characteristic feature of this.
  757. Since Kyobusho was abolished, he was transferred to Ministry of Interior.
  758. Since Kyokaku lost his father when he was small, he entered into the priesthood when he was thirteen under the supervision of Koen of Kofuku-ji Temple Daijo-in.
  759. Since Kyoto Young Men's Normal School hoped to merge with the Kyoto University Faculty of Agriculture, Kyoto Normal School decided to get university status by itself.
  760. Since MINAMOTO no Sanetomo in the post of seii taishogun also assumed the post of udaijin (minister of the right), it became possible for the person in the post of seii taishogun to assume a daijin (minister) post.
  761. Since MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, Seiwa-Genji flourished as the blood relatives of the organizers of the samurai government.
  762. Since MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka defeated the Taira clan during the battle of Kurikara Pass on June, 1183, the Taira clan lost almost all of their army's power.
  763. Since MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo was defeated by TAIRA no Kiyomori at Heiji War in 1159, Kiyomori made an order that Yoshitomo's 14-year-old heir Yoritomo be banished to Izu Province.
  764. Since Mahakala--or in other words, Shiva--was introduced into Mikkyo without modification, Daikokuten was initially depicted in the same manner as Shiva, showing his four hands holding a trident, a staff, a ring, and a rope.
  765. Since Maiko wear gaudy costumes such as Pokkuri (Koppori or 'Okobo' in Kyoto, girl's lacquered wooden clogs) and darari no obi, it could be said that Maiko is a more representative figure at red-light districts in Kyoto and vicinity, rather than geisha.
  766. Since Maizuru City was for a long time a munitions city that had a Chinju-fu with a military capital both before and during the war, it has been an oceanfront-type heavy industrial city since the end of war.
  767. Since Maizuru is the town with the most brick buildings of prewar days remaining in Japan, some of the warehouses are lit up at night, it creates a fantastic, romantic spectacle.
  768. Since Maki-zushi is recent, options for filling is rather free, and some Nakamaki contain neta such as fried prawns originally not used as fillings.
  769. Since March 15, 2008 when the Osaka Higashi Line partly opened, in the morning and evening the Osaka Higashi Line had been managed as a direct train on that line and the Kansai Main Line (Yamatoji Line) (also see direct rapid train in this article).
  770. Since March 15, 2008, the JR (West) Suburban Train Series 221 has been operated again on the Kosei Line with cars belonging to the Kyoto Integrated Operation Center.
  771. Since March 16, 2000, it was reopened and it has the largest number of seats of customers among shops.
  772. Since March 2001, operations during the daytime have been suspended once a month on Saturday.
  773. Since Masako HOJO who was the pulling the strings of the bakufu, passed away in 1225, his son, Yoritsune, who was in Kamakura since last January, was officially assigned to be seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians").
  774. Since Masamune DATE it became customary that the position of Mutsu no kami as an official court title for samurai was granted to the family head of the Date family or the lord of the Sendai Domain, that is, the position was taken over by the Date clan by heredity till the end of Edo period.
  775. Since Masamune's armor looked shabby when Masamune's horse jumped and ran away, Okano never imagined that he was the general.
  776. Since Masanobu did not have any biological child, he adopted Tadamasa WADA, the third son of Narifusa ARAO, and handed over the headship of the family to Tadamasa.
  777. Since Masashige won the deep confidence of Emperor Godaigo in the Kenmu Restoration and the group of Chikamitsu YUKI, Nagatoshi NAWA and Tadaaki CHIGUSA were called 'Sanboku-Isso', it is said that they were 'proud of imperial blessing' (a description from The Record of the Great Peace "Taiheiki").
  778. Since Masatsune returned to the Kita Omi Province, Takakiyo fled to Tsuruga, the Echizen Province in 1490.
  779. Since Matsuyama City was Shiki's hometown, Soseki stayed there for two months for a rest.
  780. Since Meiji Era the following are considered to be Jikimiya in the modern Imperial family.
  781. Since Meiji era, many Japanese painters, oil painters, printmakers, ceramic artists, dyeing and weaving professionals, designers, musicians, and modern art artists have been trained here.
  782. Since Meiji kaireki (changing of calendar in the Meiji period), hassaku has been celebrated on August 1 or one month later on September 1 (both by the solar calendar.)
  783. Since Mibu-dera is common name, the temple's name is Hodozanmai-ji Temple and the honorific Buddhist title Shinjoko-in.
  784. Since Michito died about six months after the assassination of Ushinosuke, it is said that he was cursed to death.
  785. Since Mikizo succeeded his father, he is often considered to be 'an elder brother of Kuwajiro'; however, according to the register of deaths and Hikogoro SATO's diary (published by Hino City), he was actually a younger brother of Kuwajiro.
  786. Since Mitora was only 2 years of age, Masako was appointed his guardian and ruled the country in Mitora's place, becoming known as the Ama Shogun.
  787. Since Mitsuhide had become Nobunaga's vassal to intermediate between Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA and Nobunaga, he could not refuse the offer from Yoshiaki, to whom he was indebted and closely related.
  788. Since Mizuno thought he was being insulted, he attacked Mori with his sword to kill him.
  789. Since Mochinaga retired and his own son Motochiyo (later Yoshinori TOKUGAWA) became the 16th lord of domain in 1863, he held real control in the Owari Domain as a guardian.
  790. Since Monbukyo (the chief of Ministry of Education [present, the Minister of Education]), Togama KONO was not very interested in administration, Kuki dominated the Ministry of Education and it was called 'Kuki's Ministry of Education.'
  791. Since Morihito was still young and his father, Prince Masahito was still alive, the enthronement before his father was questioned, he was considered by his father, Tobain, that he didn't have what it takes to be an emperor.
  792. Since Motoio who had been selected as Crown Prince died young in 728, a race for successor began and the Nagayao no Hen (Conspiracy of Nagayao) occurred.
  793. Since Mototada's son, Kokai, together with his teacher, Tenkai, served Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, Mototada was held in high esteem by the.
  794. Since Mototsugu's wife was a princess of Emperor Godaigo, he was a strong contender.
  795. Since Mt. Chokai is a volcano and the eruption of Mt. Chokai was believed to be the anger of Omonoimi no Kami, a higher shinkai (ranks granted to Shinto gods) was granted every time it erupted.
  796. Since Mt. Chokai is in the northern area of the region ruled by the ancient Yamato sovereignty (the ancient Japan sovereignty), Omonoimi no Kami was considered a god guarding the nation, and also a god purifying stains.
  797. Since Mt. Hiei was occupied by the Sanmon school, Onjo-ji Temple became a base for the Sanmon school.
  798. Since Mt. Yamato Katsuragi is more famous than Mt. Izumi-Katsuragi as a tourist spot on the Kinki Nippon Railway, it is sometimes simply referred to as Mt. Katsuragi.
  799. Since Munetoshi was already 66 years old, he declined it and recommended his fifth son Munenori YAGYU as the instructor.
  800. Since Murasaki no ue fell seriously ill, she has always been in poor physical condition.
  801. Since Musashi Province was the largest province in the region, it was, under ordinary circumstances, the last place the Heguri clan with their own social standing to produce a governor.
  802. Since Mutsu Province and Dewa Province had vast territories, the lords in Sendai Domain (the Date clan), Morioka Domain (the Nanbu clan), Akita Domain (the Satake clan), and Yonezawa Domain (the Uesugi clan), who ruled only parts of the province, were treated as kokushu.
  803. Since Myoha had left Tango before Yoriyuki fell from power, he may have been involved in this political change.
  804. Since Myoun served as kaishi (the priest who imparts the Buddhist commandments) at Kiyomori's ordination into priesthood, the Taira clan had an amicable relation with the Enryaku-ji Temple.
  805. Since NAKATOMI no Kamako whose clan was in charge of important national rites detested the tyranny of the Soga clan, he secretly worked out a plan to overthrow the clan.
  806. Since Nagachika was a master of tea ceremony as well, their friendship presumably grew deeper.
  807. Since Nagamasa distributed properties bearing 2,000 koku to Nagayoshi (Sanshiro) ICHIHASHI by order of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in February 1622, Nagamasa's shoryo (territory) reduced to that bearing 18,000 koku.
  808. Since Nagaoka domain lost 60% of real income, they were in financial difficulties, and retainers of Nagaoka domain were struggling to even find something to eat for a day.
  809. Since Nagasada HIDEUEMON edited the book, volume of description about the Takano family was as much as that of chief vassals, although there are not much description about vassals under 100 koku.
  810. Since Nagatoki HOJO, the second son of Masamura's older brother Shigetoki and the sixth regent became a priest due to illness in July 1264, Masamura assumed the post of the seventh regent in August.
  811. Since Naginata has a relatively shorter blade compared to Uchigatana, most of them were remade for Wakizashi (medium length sword) or Tanto (short sword) by cutting the Nakago (core).
  812. Since Naidaijin (minister of the center) FUJIWARA no Takafuji's great-grandchild, Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor) FUJIWARA no Tamesuke was called Kanroji, Tamesuke was considered to be the founder of the Kanroji family.
  813. Since Nakamaro was deeply trusted by Empress Koken and also he was tyrannical, Komaro was dissatified with it and tried to kill Nakamaro in a conspiracy with Hyobukyo (Minister of Military Affairs) TACHIBANA no Naramaro.
  814. Since Nankaku had no interest in politics or military tactics, he completely ignored harsh criticisms of Shundai against kobunji, and kept himself away from political reality; he solely enjoyed prose and poetry, seeking in them, liberation of human nature.
  815. Since Naoharu YUKAWA began to counter at the end of May, a part of the army for the conquest of the Shikoku region was dispatched to the Kii Province.
  816. Since Naomasa was the second son, he was adopted into the Ogino family, a kin to the Akai clan and based at Kuroi Castle (Kasuga-cho, Tanba City, Hyogo Prefecture) and used the name of Ogino.
  817. Since Naozane placed the helmet of his armor there, Hasuike is also called "Kabutonoike" (Lake of Helmet).
  818. Since Naozane's own son was also sixteen years old, Naozane felt pity on Atsumori and attempted to free Atsumori, but other Minamoto soldiers approached them.
  819. Since Nichiren, his Hokkeshu sect followed the teaching, performing street preaching at various places, and strived for shakubuku.
  820. Since Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) often described that those sentences were quoted from folk stories orally handed down, written records of such stories seem to have been lost.
  821. Since Ninsokuyoseba lacked a funding from the Shogunate, Heizo borrowed a funding from the Shogunate to invest in the exchange market.
  822. Since Nishoji was renamed to Nishioji on May 26, 1862, this domain came to be called the Nishioji Domain thereafter.
  823. Since Nobunaga ODA died in the Honnoji Incident in 1582, there was no lord in the Kai Province and Shinano Province and Ieyasu had a territorial dispute concerning the Koshin Region with Ujinao HOJO.
  824. Since Nobunaga besieged Odani-jo Castle in August 1572, he went there for reinforcement.
  825. Since Nobunaga implemented policies which deviated from the plans of the Jesuits, Spain and Portugal to expand their colonies, Mitsuhide directed Honno-ji no Hen with Christianized warriors.
  826. Since Nobunaga maneuvered in terms of the Imperial Court, he ended up conciliating with Nobunaga in January, 1571 by an imperial command.
  827. Since Nobunaga needed to drive into submission the Mori clan, who backed up Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple, he ordered his vassal Hideyoshi HASHIBA to begin conquering Chugoku in 1578.
  828. Since Nobunaga was assigned to Ukone no daisho against Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, he did not need a government post: Taniguchi.
  829. Since Nobunaga was confronting with Yoshikage, he couldn't dispatch the main force toward the Takeda army, and castles of the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces were captured one after another by the Takeda army.
  830. Since Nobunaga was killed by his vassal Mitsuhide AKECHI in the Honno-ji Incident occurred on July 1, 1582, the Kiyosu conference was held on July 26 in order to decide the successor of the Oda family.
  831. Since Nobunaga's entering the capital in 1568, Naomasa became mainly in charge of government affairs in the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara), and served as obugyo (shogunate administrator)(supervisory role) at the time of granting of nanjatai (granting of a fragrant wood which is said to have the best aroma).
  832. Since Nobutada ODA who was a legitimate son of Nobunaga and the family head of the Oda clan was also killed in Nijo-jo Castle, the Oda regime lost the leaders and collapsed.
  833. Since Nobutada had no successor, Emperor Goyozei's fourth son, whose mother was Chuwamonin Sakiko, a younger sister of Nobutada, was named Nobuhiro KONOE and made heir.
  834. Since Nobutomo was defeated by Nobunaga ODA's army and executed, the Takeda clan lost a base that they had held since the time of Lord Shingen to conquer areas to the west of their territory, and was instead exposed to the threat of the Oda clan in Mino Province.
  835. Since Nobutoyo's nickname Tenkyu (Minister of Horses indicated in Chinese) was the same as that of his father Nobushige, Nobushige was called Ko-tenkyu (old Tenkyu) while Nobutoyo was simply called Tenkyu or Go-tenkyu (latter Tenkyu).
  836. Since Nodate is based on a free-wheeling style that makes it difficult to present a zestful tea ceremony, it seems difficult for even a master of tea ceremony to present zestful Nodate.
  837. Since November 2004, her portrait has been used on the Bank of Japan's five thousand yen note.
  838. Since Nyudo Shinno (priestly Imperial Prince) Shoshin (Omuro) took the post as its second Monzeki (chief priest), over succeeding generations toward the end of the Edo period, members of the Imperial Family took this post as well.
  839. Since Nyudo Shinno Kakusho (Shikondai-ji omuro), who was its fifth chief priest, was designated as Nihon sohomu, or the head of Kosho (Office of Priests), by being awarded an Inji (imperial seal) in 1167, it brought under its umbrella many temples of different sects and vehicles, and thus practically led the Japanese Buddhist society.
  840. Since OE was a real name and not a family name, it should be read as 'OE no Hiromoto' not as 'OE Hiromoto' to be exact.
  841. Since OSHIMA at this time was no longer an advocate for the Seikanron, he maintained establishment of diplomatic relations without military action.
  842. Since OYAMA told that the Shigakko faction had already started for east, KAWAMURA gave up to persuade SAIGO and returned, sending a telegraph to Nagasaki to be vigilant.
  843. Since Oaza Mizutare and Oaza Oshimozu of Yodo village had belonged to Kii County until 1889, each of the four counties, i.e., Kuse, Tsuzuki, Otokuni and Kii was partially included in the district of these one town and two villages.
  844. Since Oban was not the guardians of a shogun, an ogosho (a retired shogun), and a seishi (the heir), oban was not placed to Nishinomaru (the western enceinte).
  845. Since October 1, 2006, the announcement in the cars has been 'Next is XX' instead of 'Next stop is XX, XX.'
  846. Since October 1, 2007, only rapid bus service has been provided via Sochi and only express bus service has been provided via Nishiyama.
  847. Since October 11 of the same year, part of the Keihan Bus services were diverted to detour from Yodo Shinmachi to Keihan Yodo on days fixed for horse races at Kyoto Racecourse.
  848. Since Ogotoso was given to Ozuki Imao no Sukune in 851, Hoko-ji Temple, which was constructed as Uji-dera Temple (temple built for praying clan's glory), regarding this shrine and Ogoto-jinja Shrine as ujigami (a guardian god or spirit of a particular place in the Shinto religion), became the Betto-ji Temple (a temple attached to a shrine) for this temple.
  849. Since Ogura-ike Pond assumed flood control function in the vicinity, approximately several thousand hectares of lakefront was flooded over a long period during a flood.
  850. Since Ohara was close to the Enryaku-ji Temple, many temples of Tendai sect such as Shorin-in Temple and Raigo-in Temple (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City), Sanzen-in Temple, Jakko-in Temple, etc. were built.
  851. Since Omisoka is the day just before the new year, in many cases, entire families gather together.
  852. Since Omiwa-jinja Shrine is not equipped with Honden (main shrine), Mt. Miwa, a god, can be directly worshipped at Haiden (a hall of worship).
  853. Since Ono Domain of Harima Province financially suffered from both the fire that burned down houses in Edo and an earthquake, a hikikae-kaisho issued four kinds of ginsatsu with the value of five monme, one monme, two bu, and one bu in 1856.
  854. Since Osaka City is much more advanced in terms of business facilities, however, these other cities or metropolitan areas are sometimes seen as satellite cities or metropolitan areas.
  855. Since Osauji KIRA who was an ancestor of the Kira and Imagawa clans was an older brother of Yasuuji ASHIKAGA who succeeded to the heir of the Ashikaga family, he played an important role as the Ashikaga clan following the Kira clan.
  856. Since Otaka did not want to make it turn into a big fight, he agreed and wrote an apology.
  857. Since Otogi village used to be Otsugi manor, the estate of Kofuku-ji Temple Daijo-in and Kasuga Taisha Shrine, Otogi village presumably enshrined the divided Kasuga-no-kami.
  858. Since Paris was known as a distribution or trading center of Japanese products at that time, Whistler amassed an excellent collection of Japan art during his stay in Paris.
  859. Since Prince Kusakabe ended up as Crown Prince and died young, Uno no Sarara no Himemiko succeeded to the throne temporarily as Emperor Jito in the lunar New Year in 690, until Prince Kusakabe's son, Prince Karu (Emperor Monmu) became old enough to enthrone.
  860. Since Prince Motoi died within a year after his birth, Hirotoji was the only person to give birth to a hopeful son of Emperor Shomu.
  861. Since Prince Nagaya was in a strong position as a successor to the Imperial Throne, the rumor made Emperor Shomu, who deeply mourned over his son's death, distrust Prince Nagaya.
  862. Since Prince Otsu didn't disclose his identity immediately, Suzuka-no-seki Checkpoint officials reported to Prince Oama that they had Yamabe no Okimi (Prince Yamabe) and Ishikawa no Okimi (Prince Ishikawa) in custody.
  863. Since Reiku of Anraku-in Temple criticized it in his book "Hekijahen" and provided to Rinojinomiya, the book is said have been forfeited and burned, and the prohibition gradually lead to Genshi Kimyo-dan finally becoming extinct.
  864. Since Renkyo, both Kosho-ji and Hongan-ji operated as a single temple, but in 1876 the twenty-seventh head priest Honjaku resolved to adhere to the Koryu Shobo and declared Kosho-ji Temple an independent temple of the Kosho school of Shinshu sect.
  865. Since Rinsho taishi emigrated to Japan and docked at Tatarahama in Suo Province, he called himself 'Tatara,' and thereafter he moved to Ouchi Village, so he is said to have used a family name of Ouchi.
  866. Since Roju (a member of shogun's council of elders) Masanori INABA opposed Ujiharu's succession to the family headship for that reason, an exceptional condition that Ujiharu was not allowed to succeed the family headship continued for a while.
  867. Since Roshi-gumi (an organization of masterless samurai) quartered in their place, a samurai often entered in their house with his close girl friend without saying anything.
  868. Since Ryoto tetsuritsu was a bakufu policy, it was natural that the bakufu was included as Godaigo's offensive target
  869. Since SERIZAWA and HIRAYAMA were absent, Kichiei spent her time chatting with Oume, SERIZAWA's girl friend, and a maid of Yagi family in the kitchen.
  870. Since SOGA no Akae lost his influence due to the Jinshin War, the Soga clan (also known as the Ishikawa clan) had been in a weaker position than the Fujiwara clan and members of Imperial family.
  871. Since Sacheon City was located midway between Busan Metropolitan City of the supply base of the Japanese army and Suncheon Waeseong and Namhae Waeseong (Namhae Japanese Castle) at the extreme left wing of the Imperial Japanese Army, the communication with the army on the western side would be cut off if the city fell.
  872. Since Sadaie, son of Tsuneie, had power as Oshu Kanrei (governor of Oshu), it is considered that incorrect story had been handed down.
  873. Since Sadayori SUGANUMA, the first lord of the Nagashima Domain, who was an elder brother uterine, died in 1606, he succeeded as head of the family and became the second lord of Nagashima Domain.
  874. Since Sadayoshi lost his wife twice for diseases, he married three times.
  875. Since Saheiji got a bad reputation, he was forced to run away.
  876. Since Sakamoto (Otsu City), which is located at the eastern foot of Mt. Hiei, was against Katada, where the Ikko sect was influential, in economic and religious ways, the two often had conflicts.
  877. Since Sakurai is a distribution or trading center for wood from different areas in Nara Prefecture, lumbering is active.
  878. Since Samurai appeared in the 10th centuries during the Heian Period, Kisha and Kyujutsu had been considered to be Kyuba-no-michi as a profession of the Samurai.
  879. Since Sanda Domain obliged outside merchants to use han bills issued by the domain within their territories, han bills were extensively circulated from the western part of Settsu Province and the eastern part of Harima Province.
  880. Since Sangoro sympathizes with the ex-retainers of the Enya family, he asks Yasuke to give him the drawing, however Yasuke ignores him and puts it into his pocket.
  881. Since Sangoro's father needs 100 ryo for his former master, Sangoro planned to prepare the money for gaining his father's forgiveness; he persuaded his wife Oroku of its necessity and she eventually became a geisha calling herself Koman.
  882. Since Sano fought back Okitsugu TANUMA who had such a great power as being called Tanuma period (the period when Okitsugu Tanuma led the government for about 20 years during the middle of the Edo period) and was famous for bribery, he was admired as 'Yonaoshi Daimyo-jin' (the Great God who reformed the world).
  883. Since Sarumenokimi, who was regarded as a descendant of Amenouzume, was engaged in rituals for the repose of souls, the original form of kagura may be considered to have been an entertainment of the gods accompanying formal rituals for repose and the shaking of souls.
  884. Since Seicho was the central facility of the Kokufu, discovering the Seicho is as good as determining the location of the Kokufu.
  885. Since Seimei, the Abe clan, along with the Kamo clan, ruled tenmon (ancient horoscopy) and Onmyodo (way of Yin and Yang; occult divination system based on the Taoist theory of the five elements), which is a widely known story.
  886. Since Seishi gave a ready consent to this offer, Tenro Nagoya Kukai in which Seishi directly taught the students held monthly near Nagoya Station.
  887. Since Seizo's samurai status was on a lifelong basis, Kentaro lost the status and was assigned to Jutegumi (military unit of gunners).
  888. Since Sekien did not leave any description on the Heiroku in the book, details are unknown.
  889. Since Senchiyomaru, the oldest son of Tsunamura DATE who was the fourth lord of domain, died young, Yoshimura became an adopted heir and took over as the head of the family in 1703 at the same time as the retirement of Tsunamura, his foster father.
  890. Since Senei, the 45th sosho (iemoto), Ikenobo has actively worked hard endeavoring to increase overseas branches, influenced by globalization.
  891. Since September 30, 2005, QR codes have been listed on the timetables at all bus stops.
  892. Since Serizawa was not home Oume was chatting with her close friends, such as Kichiei and the housemaids of the Yagi family, in the kitchen.
  893. Since Serizawa's subordinate, Matasaburo SAEKI advised Aijiro to run off together with her, he withdrew the Shinsengumi and tried to leave Kyoto with Aguri.
  894. Since Shiga Prefecture has vast Lake Biwa in the middle of it, the features vary according to different areas surrounding the lake.
  895. Since Shiga was also a meeting point of Tokai-do Road, Tosan-do Road (Nakasen-do Road) and Hokuriku-do Road, it was a strategic stop for land transport.
  896. Since Shigemasa again made military contributions under Ieyasu in the Siege of Osaka, he was promoted and transferred to Bizen Shimabara Domain with 43,000 koku in 1616, leading to the closure of Gojo Domain.
  897. Since Shigetada was killed Musashi Province had been governed by the Hojo clan as kokushi (governor of the province).
  898. Since Shigetada, his eldest son, served as oban gashira in the shogun family, Shigekatsu had Shigenaga, his second son, stay with him.
  899. Since Shima YAMAOKA will tell you one by one verbally for the details and therefore, I will omit instructions.
  900. Since Shimazu was greatly experienced with traditional guerilla attacks, the minds of the army as a whole seemed to have been united as well.
  901. Since Shingen was regarded as a hero in later years, a legend was born surrounding his birth.
  902. Since Shinran (Jogen no Honan), engaged in his missionary work mainly in the Kanto region; after deportation to Echigo, Monto followers who got the teachings of Shinran built up in Kanto region.
  903. Since Shinzei died during the Heiji War in 1159, the book was left unfinished, and moreover, a large part of it was scattered and lost.
  904. Since Shiragi (ancient Korean kingdom) disobeyed again and destroyed Mimana during the time of Emperor Kinmei, the Imperial Court sent military forces with KI no Omaro as a shogun and Ikina as a vice-shogun to accuse Shiragi.
  905. Since Shirakawa became the virtual center of mainstream politics, Shirakawa was called 'Kyo Shirakawa', even though it was originally located outside Heian-kyo.
  906. Since Shogun Jizo (military Ksitigarbha) was the honjibutsu, it was worshipped not only as the god of fire prevention, but also as the god of martial arts.
  907. Since Shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA was killed in the Eiroku Incident (1565), Yasuyuki MATSUI had been with Yusai HOSOKAWA, and later Yasuyuki became a retainer of Yusai.
  908. Since Shosho has gone, Hanjo spent days looking at the fan and stopped serving at banquets.
  909. Since Shozo TANAKA lived Yanaka Village and the village was the stronghold of the movement against the pollution, people said that the plan had been made to crush the movement.
  910. Since Shozo did not have any children to take over his business, he chose Kojiro MATSUKATA, the third son of Masayoshi MATSUKATA, as his successor due to Masayoshi coming from the same village as himself and being the benefactor in the early days of the business.
  911. Since Shrine Shinto has no scriptures, Saishi are performed as per Shinto writings such as "Kojiki" (The Record of Ancient Matters) and "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  912. Since Shuha MACHIDA died after a short time, Rakushisai Soji was sent to Nagoya to succeed him in 1724.
  913. Since Shuni-e in Todai-ji Temple began in 752, it has been passed down until now without cessation and is "gyoho of non-retrogression" which continues as long as Todai-ji Temple exists.
  914. Since Soka Gakkai was being considered as part of a religious cult, it was exaggerated that the organization was not part of the religious cult.
  915. Since Southern Sakhalin, just as Taiwan and Korea, was Japan's territory, the Japanese government took measures based on the viewpoint that the legislation in the region required the consent of the Imperial Diet.
  916. Since Suketada MATSUDAIRA, the second lord of the Miyazu Domain, died in 1765, he succeeded to the family head and became the third lord of the Domain as Suketada's adopted child.
  917. Since Sumihito did not have any children or adopted children, the Kan in no Miya family died out.
  918. Since TAIRA no Munemori, the head commander of the Taira army, refused to make the proposed exchange, Shigehira was sent to Kamakura after all.
  919. Since Tadaaki MATSUDAIRA who was his half brother and the second lord of Kameyama Domain was sickly, Tadachika became his adopted child and inherited the family estate and assumed the position as third lord of Kameyama Domain.
  920. Since Tadabumi was removed from the list of rewards granted due to opposition from Dainagon (chief councilor of state) FUJIWARA no Saneyori, he held a deep grudge against Saneyori and haunted Saneyori's descendants after Tadabumi's death.
  921. Since Tadamasa tried to send food to Shiwachi-jo Castle but couldn't succeed, the starvation within the castle was severe.
  922. Since Tadaoki loved Tama and was unwilling to divorce, he confined her in Midono, Tango Province (present-day Yasaka-cho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture) until 1584.
  923. Since Tadatsune's troops had been exhausted from the long battle, he entered into priesthood with a posthumous Buddhist name Tsuneyasu in Spring of 1031, and then surrendered himself to Yorinobu with his two children and his followers.
  924. Since Tadayoshi greatly put his trust in Mitsuyoshi, Tadayoshi's legitimate son Nyoimaru was born at Mitsuyoshi's residence located in Nijo-kyogoku on June 8, 1347.
  925. Since Tadayuki AISU, permission by the Imperial Court was not required, and Daikan (local governors) trusted by the Kokushi Kitabatake clan, such as the Sakauchi clan, took the charge as bugyo for the Kitabatake clan.
  926. Since Taikan's touch was considered at a glance to be easy to imitate despite its uniqueness, many nameless painters appeared during a certain period of time before the war, falsely representing themselves as Taikan YOKOYAMA and going from one local wealthy person to another as freeloading guests.
  927. Since Takauji ASHIKAGA recaptured Kyoto City, Kiyotada went to Yoshino district with Emperor Godaigo in December, 1336 and died two years later.
  928. Since Takauji entered into priesthood because he was ashamed of becoming the Emperor's enemy, the morale of the Ashikaga side was low, thus, Tadayoshi led Takauji's army and performed a mission.
  929. Since Takeshi UMEHARA, a philosopher, expressed his view concerning these two mysterious persons in his book, "Mizusoko no uta - a View on KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro," that they were the same person, a considerable number of researchers have supported this view.
  930. Since Takumi-no-kami (the head of Bureau of Skilled Artisans) was not a little interested in Yasubei NAKAYAMA, a famed master swordsman, he gave Yasubei an unprecedented permission to keep his Nakayama surname and become an adopted son-in-law of the Horibe family on July 18, 1694.
  931. Since Takuta gave the shinobigoto before AWATA no Hosome, substitute for Prince Karu and OTOMO no Nagatoko, substitute for SOGA no Iruka, Prince Oha's status was high.
  932. Since Tamekuni joined and sided with an ally in a rebellion against the Amago clan, which was led by Okihisa ENYA, the third son of Tsunehisa AMAGO, Tamekuni's Fujigasejo Castle was again attacked by Tsunehisa AMAGO in 1531 and Tamekuni MISAWA and his followers were held captive.
  933. Since Tamuramaro's eldest son SAKANOUE no Ono, and his second son SAKANOUE no Hirono both died young, the headship of the family was handed over to the third son Kiyono, and then to Masamichi.
  934. Since Tatsuo-maru was very young then, vassals from the Miura clan and Asahina clan supported relative Norimitsu OSHIKA (cousin of Yoshitada) as successor, and this led to a succession dispute involving several battles between the Tatsuo-maru faction and the Norimitsu faction.
  935. Since Teikin Orai dealt with common practices that were timeless and universal, it served as a textbook at Terakoya well into the Edo period.
  936. Since Tenno is a male, her Majesty basically means 'Kogo,' but the abbreviation is also H.M., same as the Tenno.
  937. Since Togo's death, his private residence has been used as the Marshal Togo Memorial Park.
  938. Since Togubo and Shiki had completely the same configuration of Shitokan, corresponding court ranks and the like, Togubo is considered to have been a kind of Shiki.
  939. Since Tokuan had great knowledge of the tea ceremony and Noh play, the items in the collection are centered on the two themes.
  940. Since Toshiatsu HONJO used both titles: Shinichi and Fuichi, both writings are correct.
  941. Since Toshiatsu had no heir (Toshihiro, his legitimate son died young), he adopted Toshii DOI, the fourth son of Toshitoku DOI, the lord of Kariya Domain in Mikawa Province which was a branched family of the DOI family.
  942. Since Toshiharu AOYAMA, the lord of the Tanba-Kameyama Domain died without an heir, Tadatomo was adopted as his successor from a branch family which governed the Tango-Miyazu Domain.
  943. Since Toshinosuke (later Yasuhiro WAKISAKA), the real son of Yasuori WAKISAKA who was the ninth lord of the Tatsuno Domain, was young, Yasuaya became the adopted son of Yasuori in July 1858.
  944. Since Toyokumono appears only by name in mythology, and there is nothing except his name that offers any clue as to his divinity, and can be interpreted in various ways.
  945. Since Tsugumichi was young, he returned to the domain to be suspended.
  946. Since Tsugutsura CHO and others, who trafficked with Nobunaga ODA, were killed, Nanao-jo Castle fell and Haruomaru HATAKEYAMA, a puppet lord of Noto Province, died of illness, Noto Province came under the control of Kenshin UESUGI..
  947. Since Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA had great respect towards the Imperial Palace, the relationship between the Imperial Palace and the Edo Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was moving forward in a good direction.
  948. Since Tsunayoshi succeeded shogunate after the death of his older brother, Tsunashige TOKUGAWA, a son of Tsunashige, Ienobu TOKUGAWA, was set down as a candidate for the successor.
  949. Since Tsunemasa spent his time at Ninna-ji Temple when he was young, he was in favor of Kakusho; he was recognized for his music talents and granted "Aoyama," an excellent biwa, by Kakusho.
  950. Since Tsushima Domain having financial difficulties during the last days of Tokugawa shogunate, OSHIMA made every effort at monetary support.
  951. Since Tsushima was considered one of the most important bases of the wako pirates, the So clan, who was the governor of Tsushima Province, was requested to cooperate with the Korean Dynasty, so the So clan responded to that request and eventually began to undertake active participation in the trade between Japan and Korea.
  952. Since Uji is a producer of Uji tea, community education programs on tea were provided through public elementary and junior high schools.
  953. Since Viscount TANI said that high-ranking officers need not to go into battle, all of us sipped chestnut porridge, and jumped at the opportunity to stew the meat of military horses shot dead and ate it.
  954. Since YAMASHIROYA was unable to repay the public money, he committed suicide through disembowelment inside the building of the Ministry of Army.
  955. Since Yahei HORIBE was old, Gengo OTAKA carried him and took him on the ground.
  956. Since Yamakage is also affililated with the Uona Line (FUJIWARA no Washitori branch) but belongs to a school different from that of the Shijo family (FUJIWARA no Sueshige branch), Yamakage is not a direct ancestor of the Shijo family in the family tree (for further details, also refer to a family tree of each line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan).
  957. Since Yamaoka would not have a chance to meet with Saigo, Yamaoka first visited the residence of Kaishu KATSU, Rikugun Sosai.
  958. Since Yamashina Hongwan-ji Temple was founded by Rennyo in 1478 of the late Muromachi period, temples and their precinct towns surrounded by long earthworks started to occupy a large area of the Yamashina Basin.
  959. Since Yamashina turned into ruin by this attack, Hongan-ji Temple was forced to place a new base somewhere else.
  960. Since Yamashiro Province (southern part of Kyoto Prefecture) was located behind Nara-yama (Mt. Nara) as viewed from the capital of Nara, it was named "yamashiro" which meant 'behind a mountain' and was spelled "山代" in ancient times and "山背" in the seventh century.
  961. Since Yasakatome no kami does not appear in Japanese Mythology, she is thought to be a goddess indigenous and unique to Suwa region, Nagano Prefecture.
  962. Since Yasuhiro WAKISAKA, the fifth lord of the Domain and older paternal half-brother, did not have an heir, Yasuzane was adopted by Yasuhiro.
  963. Since Yasuke keep suffering greatly, Sangoro kills him with a kitchen knife, and tries to commit suicide persuading Koman to deliver the drawing of the residence of the Kono family to his father Ryoshin.
  964. Since Yasumura MIURA was a husband of a daughter of Yasutoki HOJO, the Adachi clan unavoidably conflicted with the Miura clan over the status of maternal relative of the regent Hojo clan.
  965. Since Yasurime (file marks) depend on the province, period or school, this is often investigated in the appraisement of Japanese swords.
  966. Since Yasutada was acquainted with Buddhism doctorin after being influenced by Kagetsu-in Jinrei of the Shinshu sect Otani school, he conducted a detailed investigation.
  967. Since Yasuyata's first son, Shozo GOTO, did not follow the procedures to succeed to the peerage, the Goto family lost the title as a count.
  968. Since Yohei is not his own child he treats him with deference.
  969. Since Yoshiaki received the childhood name of his father, Kotaro, there was a theory that his mother was the seishitsu (legal wife) of Yoshisada.
  970. Since Yoshikage also retreated to Echizen Province in January of the next year due to fatigue of his vassals and snowfall, he received a letter from Shingen strongly blaming him (Ino Monjo [documents that Shingen TAKEDA sent to Yoshikage ASAKURA]).
  971. Since Yoshikazu's political power was narrowly restricted by the existence of his father, Yoshimochi, and powerful deputies, he had nothing to do but hold drinking parties every day.
  972. Since Yoshikiyo SASAKI of the Izumo-Genji clan used hanawachigai-mon as his family crest, his descendants such as the Oki clan, the Enya clan, Yoshiyasu SASAKI, the Takaoka clan, and the Sase clan also used it.
  973. Since Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA had become shogun, buketenso played a role of transmitting the political requirements from the Muromachi-dono, or the shogun, to the Court.
  974. Since Yoshimoto IMAGAWA who was a younger maternal half-brother of Ujiteru and won 'Hanakura no Ran' (Hanakura Rebellion), which was a succession dispute, and allied with the Kai-Takeda clan, he worsened the relationship with the Gohojo clan of Sagami Province, causing the 'Kato War'.
  975. Since Yoshinao OSAKI was not able to suppress the disturbance in the family unassisted, he obtained assistance from the Date clan by receiving a child for adoption and put down the disturbance.
  976. Since Yoshinobu loved his wife, he began to go against Shingen.
  977. Since Yoshinoya Co., Ltd. built up a franchise chain store of gyudon as a fast food in 1973, it has become popular.
  978. Since Yoshisada was married to the daughter of Fujitaka, at first Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI gave silent approval to him.
  979. Since Yoshitada was bleeding heavily, he died soon after.
  980. Since Yoshizane was located in Nijo-Kyogoku-tei, the ancestry which evolved from Yoshizane and came to be named the Nijo family was counted among the go-sekke.
  981. Since Yukichi determined not to return to Nakatsu when he left there in the previous year, he dared to go to Edo through Osaka as he had planned.
  982. Since Yukichi lived on the campus of Keio Gijuku, a stone monument stands on the Mita campus of Keio Gijuku University to mark the place of his death (part of the stylobate of his house also remains.)
  983. Since Yukikiyo lived near Daisen Gongen (the Ogamiyama-jinja Shrine), he always craved for visiting the shrine.
  984. Since Yukinaga was a son of a merchant, he gives the impression of a civilian government group, but it should be kept in mind that merchants of the time held military power.
  985. Since Yuko thought her uncle would understand her thoughts, she asked him to do something, explaining 'if the crown prince returns like that, our Emperor who went all the way to Kyoto to apologize would lose face.'
  986. Since Yumiya had been important for kuge and samurai families in Japanese history, Yazutsu also had changed and segmentalized for ceremonies and for battles.
  987. Since Zeze-jo Castle was built on the lakeside, it later suffered water erosion consistently.
  988. Since a 4 to 5kg bonito has only about 50g of guts, Shuto is rarely made at home.
  989. Since a burdock root was thought to be a nutritious food, people borrowed a name from Kinpira who was known for a legend of being strong.
  990. Since a china bowl used at a tea ceremony is often a very expensive artifact, you must be especially careful not to drop it.
  991. Since a dry landscape is a waterless garden, there are no ponds or streams, rather it is a garden where landscape scenery is expressed with sand and stones, etc.
  992. Since a female impersonator was represented as a female figure in Shini-e, it is difficult to distinguish the husband between the fourth Kikugoro ONOE (a female impersonator) and his wife put together in the picture.
  993. Since a funeral ceremony not only requires a large amount of clerical work to be done in a short period of time but also is not conducted frequently, there is a limit to what ordinary persons can do by themselves.
  994. Since a goshuin includes the name of a temple, it is regarded as being the same as talismans given at a temple and therefore is always to be handled with respect.
  995. Since a horse was the most important means of transportation before modern times, swift horses (shunme) were usually reserved for military or government use, and the daba used for transportation were poor quality horses that were unable to run fast while carrying a person.
  996. Since a koguchi was an entrance for johei (castle garrison), but also for enemies, it was especially protected.
  997. Since a kojakin cannot be directly put into a kaishi basami (Japanese tissue case) because it is wet after use as well as before use, a special case for kojakin is necessary.
  998. Since a large amount of yam is added to the soba dough as a binding agent, noodles remain elastic and do not to break easily even when they are cut very thin.
  999. Since a larger capacity was required, the restaurant was relocated to a new location (approximately 5.4 meters wide by approximately 54 meters long) at Tatamiyamachi in former Shimanouchi, Minami-ku Ward in November 1937.
  1000. Since a lot of gold and silver were used in the trade between Holland and Japan, Arai estimated that a quarter of gold coins and three quarter of silver coins circulated in Japan went overseas between the beginning of the Edo period to the Genroku era.

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