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  1. Since a lot of people commute to Osaka by using Kintetsu Osaka Line, Sakurai Station is very crowded in the mornings and evenings.
  2. Since a motion picture arrived once a year, he watched it zealously.
  3. Since a naked flame is used, different from an ishiyaki kettle, it is difficult to control the flame.
  4. Since a new guchureki was published every half year (therefore two new calendars per year), it is considered that a copy of guchureki was made for emperor, chugu and empress.
  5. Since a number of the Navy School trainees fought on the Choshu side in Kinmon no hen incident as a reprisal for Ikedaya incident, the Navy School was cracked down on by the Shogunate and KATSU was removed from his position.
  6. Since a peaceful period started and few vassal positions were available, some 牢人 became merchants, craftsmen or farmers, and some other 牢人 became mercenaries overseas (for example, Nagamasa YAMADA), but most of them remained 牢人, living a life of poverty.
  7. Since a revision of the classifications has not made even after the merger, there are two classifications to issue weather forecast, weather warning and advisory in the same Gojo City.
  8. Since a similar copper disk (or cymbal) yokai was depicted in "Hyakki Yagyo Emaki" (The 'Night Parade of One Hundred Demons' Picture Scroll) in the Muromachi period, some believe that Nyubachibo was modeled on it.
  9. Since a successor for Yoshimasa was not available after Yoshimsa's death, an Onmyoji, called `Hisakuni HATA' who lived in Iyo was invited and appointed to the successor for Yoshimasa ("Shoyuki").
  10. Since a toji person should supervise his or her team for around a half year, he or she must have strong leadership and great tolerance so that he or she can lead his or her people and occasionally even their families who stay in their hometown, as well as excellent skills of brewing.
  11. Since a tree exists called Koginoki, whose seed looks like the Hane of Hanetsuki, it was named 'Tsukubane' after 'tsuku Hane' (striking a shuttlecock).
  12. Since a vast army of warriors worn out by the military expedition stayed in Kyoto where food was extremely in short supply due to years of famine, depredations by the expeditionary force were widespread in and around the capital.
  13. Since a very small amount of water has been removed, this type of dried fish has a poor shelf-life and requires refrigeration.
  14. Since a wooden mold for Oshi-zushi had a similar shape to a boat, sushi was called as above.
  15. Since about 1869, a discussion on banning the wearing of swords had already been held.
  16. Since about 2003, soraben (box lunch sold at airports) had been experiencing a boom.
  17. Since about 2005, kyara-ben (character bento), bento with love (mainly from mother to child) had become prevalent.
  18. Since about 2007, low-priced 250 YEN bento had been available in shops along the street, and became prevalent in the center of metropolitan areas where economically sensible.
  19. Since about that time cannon shootings from the south to the sogamae of Osaka-jo Castle went into full swing, bakufu's shiyori approached near to the moat, Tadaakira Matsudaira troop 20 to 30 ken (one ken equals to about 1.8 meters) and Todo troop 7 ken.
  20. Since about the middle of the Heian period it came to be worshiped as the deity of the local area, and enjoyed the reverence of the imperial court.
  21. Since aburakasu is prepared by using waste obtained after taking meat out of livestock animals, it was conventionally produced and consumed secretly only among burakumin (modern-day descendants of Japan's feudal outcast groups), many of whom were engaged in the butchery trade.
  22. Since after Izuminokami MATSUKATA at the age of 15 went to Nagasaki to learn the manufacturing of guns at the behest of the lord in the 17th century, the family had gotten salaries by supervising the gun manufacturing.
  23. Since after the Heian period, it is noteworthy that a boilerplate collection called "Choya Gunsai" (Collected Official and Unofficial Writings) carries the examples of sentences for writing an imperial edict upon enthronement.
  24. Since all of the castle building has disappeared leaving no sign of its former glory, it has little value for tourism.
  25. Since all of these histories were compiled and edited by the Tang, whose pedigree descended from the Northern Court, the works are said to display a tendency towards treating the various Northern Court dynasties as more legitimate than the Southern Court, who were the actual successors to the Jin dynasty.
  26. Since all people were fascinated by Toko and Tosenkyo without regard to social status, the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) often forbade it.
  27. Since all temples and shrines mentioned above had either lost their military power or had been divided, their religious powers had been separated from the military powers by the Edo period.
  28. Since all the children of the Emperor Tenmu, except the Princess Taki who was conferred Ippon as the last existing child of the Emperor Tenmu, were born to mothers who were higher than the rank of the senior court lady; it is supposed that the status of the mothers was deeply related.
  29. Since all the foot soldiers of the Tokugawa clan's immediate retainers became doshin when the Edo bakufu was established, various sorts of doshin were made; for example, Iga doshin and Koka doshin descended from ninja, a one-hundred matchlock infantry unit, Hachioji thousand doshin of country samurai, and so on.
  30. Since ammonites originally lived at the bottom of the sea, it is conceivable that in the past, the bottom of the sea upheaved; however, the detailed history of topographic formation is still unclear.
  31. Since an X-ray image shows a vertical seam on the side of main body, it is assumed that the statue, which was originally made of a single tree, was split into two at the back and belly and then hollowed.
  32. Since an armed fight over succession to the Imperial Throne was common at this time, it is possible that the Prince Otomo also considered taking up arms.
  33. Since an engraved piece is durable and can create many duplicates by rubbing, mokoku was the best method for those who studied calligraphy as well as researchers and collectors.
  34. Since an engraved print was originally born in China to copy down an inscription on a stone monument, basically print was relatively-dark.
  35. Since ancient times Yamashina has always had a sizable amount of traffic, and the Hinooka-toge mountain pass over Mt.Higashi as well as the Osaka no Seki checking station toward the Otsu-juku Station are known as crossroads of the Tokaido Road.
  36. Since ancient times Yamashina has had a close relation with governments; a garden for monks (Yamashina-dera Temple) was founded by NAKATOMI no Kamatari in 669 and the Imperial mausoleum of Emperor Tenji (Tenchi) was built in the late seventh century.
  37. Since ancient times in Japan, people considered a shipwreck itself as a divine punishment, so that any ship drifting or drifted ashore might be looted and captured by a person or persons who found it or rescued somebody from it.
  38. Since ancient times many mokuroku were prepared at temples and administrative offices for the purpose of asset management and other business necessities.
  39. Since ancient times the Pass has been known as one of chokepoints in main roads of Rakuhoku (Northern Kyoto), and as the name Kurama (a Japanese ghost) suggests, it is said to be a pass which various ghosts and monsters had gathered.
  40. Since ancient times the pass has been famous and a legend is remained that a defeated soldier fleeing the enemy climbed over the pass to Hatsukawa Settlement deep in the mountain and lived there.
  41. Since ancient times, Japanese had made much of 'white' color especially to express innocence and purity, cleanliness and holiness.
  42. Since ancient times, Japanese people have believed in divine spirits residing in nature including mountains, rocks, trees, and the sea, and regarded them as religious objects.
  43. Since ancient times, New Year's Day (January 1) has been celebrated as an important seasonal festival to bring back the god of paddy fields, who had returned to his mountain.
  44. Since ancient times, Shoji-ji Temple has been famous for its cheery blossom as well as its connection to Saigyo but little is known of its founding.
  45. Since ancient times, a white horse has been offered to pray for fine weather and a black horse to pray for rain, but an image of a horse painted onto a wooden board may also be offered, which led to the creation of ema tablets.
  46. Since ancient times, authorities have regarded Tanba as an important area due to its geographic situation as one of the entrances to Kyoto, so Tanba was, just like Harima and Yamato provinces, under control of the Rokuhara Tandai in the Kamakura period and the Kyoto Shoshidai in the Edo period.
  47. Since ancient times, in August of the old calendar (around September in the newer Gregorian calendar), the air is dry and the moon is clearly seen, and it is not too cold even at night with lower humidity; this has been regarded as the best time of year for moon viewing.
  48. Since ancient times, it had remained a mystery that choka (long poems) were included under the heading of 'Tanka' (short poems) in the beginning of Volume 19 but, in 2000, a new explanation was offered.
  49. Since ancient times, it has been thought that a divine spirit easily descends to a child aged under six, so chigo who had a role of spiritualistic medium appeared in a festival of the Shinto shrine.
  50. Since ancient times, it was customary to carry out a purification ceremony by the river on joshi (March 3) in China, and the ceremony was transformed into a banquet during which people purified themselves and floated cups on the river on March 3.
  51. Since ancient times, kama has been sanctified and there is some sort of magic when using kama such as kukatachi, yudate, narukama shinji.
  52. Since ancient times, kaya has been collected at various places around the Ise-jingu Shrine, such as Kamiji-yama Mountain.
  53. Since ancient times, many places where higisho occurred have been considered sacred areas, and therefore, tekka zuka and tekka no doso-jin (traveler's guardian deities) exist in various places in Japan in order to comfort the spirits of the victims of conflicts.
  54. Since ancient times, most Uchiwa fan have had a structure of one main center 'rod,' which also becomes a handle part, and a 'frame' for fixing the material, which shapes the outline of the fan part.
  55. Since ancient times, shoji has been in existence as a symbol of Japanese architectural culture while creating the beauty of light and shadow and a culture that respects the contrast, both of which are unique to a Japanese house.
  56. Since ancient times, the cultivation and production of Sugukina have been limited to the delta between the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa water system) and the Takano-gawa River (Kyoto City) to the east and west, with Midorogaike Pond at the northern end, and only Sugukina grown there are called 'Suguki.'
  57. Since ancient times, the god of lightning has also been regarded as the god of paddy fields and Denden-gu Shrine was widely worshipped by local residents.
  58. Since ancient times, the pass has been famous as a chokepoint of Shuzan-kaido Road.
  59. Since ancient times, the red color has been believed to have the power to purge evil spirits.
  60. Since ancient times, the san-shikishi has been known as the "san-zetsu" (meaning unparalleled in poetry, calligraphy, and painting).
  61. Since ancient times, the shrine has been revered as enshrining a guardian deity of Kyoto Imperial Palace.
  62. Since ancient times, the shrine has been worshipped along with Mt. Hiei.
  63. Since ancient times, the shrine has been worshipped for the guardian deity of Kamikuze.
  64. Since ancient times, the statues have been said to offer blessings for childcare and the curing of the eyes and even now the number of people who visit the temple remains great.
  65. Since ancient times, there has been a road to Nara along the eastern side of the Kamo-gawa River in Kyoto, and it was named Hosshoji-michi Street or Hossho-ji-Oji after Hossho-ji Temple, which held great power over the area along the eastern bank of the Kamo-gawa River.
  66. Since ancient times, there has been a view that it was located in the real place such as Yamato, Kyushu region, Hokuriku region, or Mt. Fuji from a viewpoint of interpreting the mythology realistically.
  67. Since ancient times, this area has been suitable for growing buckwheat and soba used to be made at home for special occasions such as holidays and when entertaining company.
  68. Since ancient times, this mountain has been famous for Shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts) and at the top of the mountain there is a large lake.
  69. Since ancient times, various customs and cultures concerning the acceptance and saying goodbye at one's death have been created for this critical time.
  70. Since antlers are made of bone, they require tremendous muscular power, and it stands to reason the people of the shogunate admired by Chikaie's strength.
  71. Since apartment houses in England were originally 2- or 3- story buildings and constructed along the streets without leaving any space between the next-door buildings as if they were forming one single belt, and therefore, the extension of the buildings was inevitably done only in a vertical direction.
  72. Since approximately 1 go of rice is for one meal, 1 koku is nearly equivalent to the amount of rice that a person consumes in one year (365 days times 3 go equals 1,095 go).
  73. Since approximately the time of the Onin War (Onin-no-ran), conflicts between shugo daimyo increased to a striking degree.
  74. Since armor always had slits, there existed a fighting way to attack them.
  75. Since around 1930, thanks to emergence of an upright rice polisher, faster high grade rice polishing became possible.
  76. Since around 1960, Tojuro SAKATA often experienced problems associated with his seeing women outside the home, and those problems were often sensationalized as scandals by weekly magazines.
  77. Since around 1965, food wagons selling takoyaki have been observed in the Kanto region.
  78. Since around 1980s, though, uta-awase contests resumed to be held regularly.
  79. Since around 1996, in the field of education, under guidance by the Ministry of Education at that time, the instruction for the chorus reading of "Kimigayo" together with raising of the Japanese (rising sun) flag (hinomaru) were strengthened.
  80. Since around 2004, excreta and scratching by wild cats has been an issue.
  81. Since around 2005, this type of accommodation seems to have gained attention as a cheap lodging house among people from rural areas, who come up to the Tokyo metropolitan area empty-handed to seek a job.
  82. Since around 2006, from a Private Information Protection Law perspective, some ema come with stickers to place over the wish, address, and names written on the ema.
  83. Since around that time, Monk-Emperor Go-Shirakawa and the aristocracy who valued tradition and formality began to dislike Yoshinaka, regarding him as a "barbarian" who had no knowledge and education.
  84. Since around that time, he became conscious that he was the successor of Shinran.
  85. Since around the 12th century, it emerged to take the place of traditional sento (a person who does practical business in the management of Shoen estates), azukari (government post), kengyo (one of shokans, officers governing Shoen manor), and jotsukai (a lower-ranked officer who governs Shoen manor).
  86. Since around the Azuchi-Momoyama period, the cloth became widely worn to absorb sweat off the skin after a bath.
  87. Since around the Genroku period, amalgam was made by mercurifying powdered tin, where plum vinegar was added to, and to polish the mirror.
  88. Since around the Heian period, young trainee monks (age 12 to about 18) who did not shave their heads began to appear at the large-scale temples of the Shingon and Tendai sects of Buddhism, and these boys came to be called chigo.
  89. Since around the Sengoku period (period of warring states) (Japan), a custom in which samurai used a name without his government post as his own name occurred among the samurai class, and continued by the end of the Edo period.
  90. Since around the beginning of the Kamakura period, children of the Imperial Family and the sekke (the line of regents and advisers) came to be priests at specific temples.
  91. Since around the early 10th century when "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry) was compiled, 'uta no michi' (the way of waka) was advocated against Kidendo, a study of Chinese poetry (also called Monjodo).
  92. Since around the end of the 20th century, use of Shinkansen for commuting to offices or schools has increased.
  93. Since around the end of the Kamakura Period, the Hojo clan introduced the Five Mountain System and selected Kamakura Five Mountain after the example of the Southern Sungs.
  94. Since around the end of the fifth century, influence of the Yamato (ancient Japanese) sovereignty gradually penetrated, but it was an area which the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) could not cover even after the enforcement of the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code).
  95. Since around the latter half of the 1970s, the tone of argument as follows could be seen a lot; 'Japanese-style management' such as lifetime employment and a seniority system form the foundation of economic development in Japan (Japanese-style management).
  96. Since around the mid-1980s, the pillars of the platforms have been painted gray, corresponding to the name of the station.
  97. Since around the mid-1980s, the pillars of the platforms have been painted pale purple, corresponding to the name of the station (Fuji means wisteria in Japanese).
  98. Since around the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), waka came to be composed mainly by monks and samurai, while the composition of waka spread to local samurai, and some of the waka that lapsed into formalism declined.
  99. Since around the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, waka poetry came to be composed mainly by Buddhist monks and warriors.
  100. Since around the seventh century in the period of Tang Dynasty the Illustrations of the Pure Land (the pictures describing Buddhist Heaven and Pure Land) of each Nyorai (Tathagata) had increased.
  101. Since around the sixteenth century, Suribachi began to be produced with an edge belt at the rim and the ridged pattern was also added as if to fill the gap.
  102. Since around the time of his promotion to director, he had suffered from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and had difficulty in walking and others.
  103. Since around the time of the transfer of national capital to Heijokyo, the government adopted a policy of rapid expansion.
  104. Since around this time, Fukushin Fuyo (Fukushin Kishitsu) and Buyeo Pung (Hosho FUYO), who were the leading members of the Baekje revival forces, attracted criticism from the forces.
  105. Since around this time, he was deemed as a promising young actor and, in 1941, he succeeded Kanjaku NAKAMURA, the fourth, and, in 1947, Ganjiro NAKAMURA, the second.
  106. Since around this time, local agents and travel agents plan tours jointly, group visits have also been operated.
  107. Since around this time, the Taima-dera Temple had been worshipped as the temple of 'Taima Mandala' that drew the Pure Land of Amida Nyorai.
  108. Since as many as 17 defenders were implicated in the case and impossible to appear in the court, the public trial was separated.
  109. Since asagao (朝顔) is an old name for althaea (槿), it is uncommonly written with the letter '槿' (asagao).
  110. Since autumn of 2003, the Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa has been held by the volunteer students in Kansai in Heian-jingu Shrine and the Okazaki area.
  111. Since bad weather can severely impact a street stall's operation, some vendors have their cell numbers published in a guide book; in this case, customers can call the vendor and confirm stall availability.
  112. Since beef cutlet curry is not popular in places other than the Kansai region, beef cutlet has become a sort of local cuisine served in some restaurants in Osaka.
  113. Since before the early-modern period, Kohechi had been a community road for the residents in the Kii Mountains, and even after a new roadway was constructed through the mountain in the 20th century, it had been still used as a local road until about the 30's of the Showa era.
  114. Since being unable to renegade the emperor's will, he finally accepted the offer of the peerage, however, at the same time, he submitted a paper opposing the kazoku system.
  115. Since beni is made of water-soluble pigment, it easily loses the color and stays on dishes and so on.
  116. Since big manufactures which could easily invest on plants and equipments expanded rapidly and produced more, the materials tended to be short.
  117. Since both Gofukakusa and Kameyama wanted to be the next Chiten and a fight broke out, the bakufu was asked to make a ruling.
  118. Since both straw raincoats and straw sandals were something to wear, they were considered to be possessed easily by the owner's unconscious feelings and thoughts.
  119. Since both the Tokaido Road and the Tosando Road (later called the Nakasendo Road) passed through the Osaka no seki, it was an important center of transportation.
  120. Since both these buildings and their residents have become old, there are a lot of problems including barrier-free and heavy in moving.
  121. Since broiled eel is often cooked after an order has been placed, it is not a meal to be consumed when one is in a hurry.
  122. Since buckwheat grows even in poor soil, it has been actively cultivated in mountainous areas and newly developed land from as far north as Hokkaido and as far south as Kagoshima in Kyushu.
  123. Since building temples and houses itself was considered auspicious events, kiyari began to be sung as the festive song.
  124. Since bushigi is usually given for mourning, musubikiri is used.
  125. Since carbon steel was used for the material for the bodies of the train-cars utilized on the Tokaido Shinkansen line and Sanyo Shinkansen line in the era of JNR, such as the 0 series Shinkansen train-cars and 100 series Shinkansen train-cars, the bodies were comparatively heavy.
  126. Since caring for horses can be a burden for small shrines and horses are expensive for dedicators, they were gradually replaced by 'ema' (wooden votive plaques, originally with a picture of a horse).
  127. Since charcoal produces less smoke a fireplace that uses wood, use spread from the samurai and court nobles to townspeople and commoners in the Edo and Meiji periods.
  128. Since chazuke is a simple dish, instant chazuke is one of the regular items at convenience stores and supermarkets.
  129. Since chestnuts and white bean jam are used, they taste really sweet on their own.
  130. Since child actors take charge of the role of a young girl, onnagata doesn't act the role.
  131. Since childhood, he liked military arts, and learned the art of spearmanship and swordsmanship from Hyoemon MORI of the Kurume Domain and a grand master of Taneda Hozoin-ryu Sojutsu School of spearmanship.
  132. Since childhood, she had a good relationship with both of her elder sister Chacha (Yodo-dono) and her younger sister Go (Sugenin).
  133. Since chirimen fabrics made of silk and rayon will shrink if dipped in water, they must avoid any wet condition.
  134. Since clocks were luxury goods and many of the holders were wealthy people at that time, many decorated clocks were also made.
  135. Since consumer lifestyle had been expanded by the flowering of popular culture in the cities, there came the dawn of new times where designs started to be used as applied art, which is an area that Yumeji also focused on.
  136. Since cormorants swallow the whole fish without chewing it, the phrase 'Unomi ni suru (to swallow the whole thing like cormorants do)' was coined meaning to take someone's story on faith without ascertaining the truth.
  137. Since countries where Christianity is believed have a monogynous system, a female-line royal family member often ascended to the throne and started a dynasty due to the discontinuity of male-line.
  138. Since couples had different surnames at that time, it was not suitable to call her with a family name of Kyogoku.
  139. Since cracks appear on Mitsuhhide's grave located in Okunoin of Mt. Koya-san even though it is repaired many times, it is said that the cracks are the curse of Nobunaga.
  140. Since creating a rising, belt-like pattern inside a dotaku reduced the abrasion caused when it was rung, the use of two lines forming rising patterns became an increasingly common style as development of the dotaku continued.
  141. Since daikon radish contains enzymes that help digestion, you can enjoy mizore nabe even when your stomach is weak after drinking too much alcohol.
  142. Since danna-sama is one of the richest men in the respective area, it can also be a means to impress people around him with his wealth.
  143. Since deep frying oil is a crucial factor to determine the flavor of tempura, specialty shops use the mixture of sesame oil and cotton oil according to their own formula.
  144. Since demand is high, it is also imported from the Republic of Korea and the People's Republic of China to supplement the Japanese catch.
  145. Since descendants of Furuichi were appointed to Chadogashira (persons in charge of tea ceremonies) in the head family of Ogasawara (in Kokura Domain) during the Edo period, he was considered to be the founder of the old school of tea ceremonies of the Ogasawara family.
  146. Since difference in benefit between a count and a marquis existed (there were benefits which were provided for a count but not for a marquis), in some cases people became poorer due to their promotion.
  147. Since diplomacy is a result of constructing a long trusted relationships between representatives of citizens of the states, it is not appropriate to make an evaluation based upon his clout in Japan.
  148. Since dissatisfied with the dismissal, on September 7 OSHIMA had a talk with Hironobu HIROTSU of Ministry of Foreign Affairs (father of 広津柳浪 a writer).
  149. Since domains simply replaced prefectures, the number of prefectures was larger than those today; namely three fu (prefectures) and 302 ken (prefectures).
  150. Since doubts surrounding the Shishigatani incident had not yet disappeared, it can be imagined that Yorimori was doing everything possible to eliminate any question regarding his loyalty that might still be harbored by Kiyomori.
  151. Since drivers often feel the necessity to use fog lights, there is a high rate of cars with such attachments.
  152. Since dumplings for offerings to gods were only steamed, they became dried and hard when served after the prayer.
  153. Since each of the areas of CI-CA, NicoPa and LuLuCa overlaps the PiTaPa area, their mutual operability enables the usage of ICOCA.
  154. Since each of them is described as 音羽の滝 (Otowa-no-taki Fall) in historical documents, much confusion exists over which waterfalls are being referred to.
  155. Since early on, Toshinari had aspirations to join the Buddhist priesthood, but it is possible he considered the shifting uncertainties of the world at large.
  156. Since early times, Sodei himself has been breaking through Kacchu (armor and helmet) and walking in the mountains and rivers, and never had a comforting place, and accordingly, he has conquered fifty-five countries of "毛人" to the eastern areas, sixty-six countries of "衆夷" to the western areas, and ninety-five countries by crossing the northern sea.
  157. Since early times, hot spring water has gushed forth on the riverside of Kitayama-gawa River.
  158. Since early times, the people used either jizaikagi (pot hook) or gotoku when they cooked using a pot or a kettle over an irori (open hearth).
  159. Since edomae-zushi (hand-rolled sushi) originated from monouri and food stalls, still the original style can be seen in some sushi restaurants around Tokyo as their stand-and-eat bars.
  160. Since eighty thousand war casualties was large even when compared to past wars, the general on the losing side normally reported smaller numbers of casualties since there was a possibility of being executed.
  161. Since enhancing transport capacity of the Yokosuka Line was urgently needed in particular, type 70 cars of the Keihanshin Local Line were transferred to the Yokosuka Line because the development of new suburban car operating on DC was delayed.
  162. Since entering the Meiji Period, the form of Satoyama's ownership started to change, and they were shifted to state-owned forests, individually-owned estates after they were fragmented, or municipal-owned forests.
  163. Since estimation values came to be posted besides total values in the following statistics, the problem of errors became large gradually until the national census in 1920.
  164. Since even fresh chicken meat is often infected with campylobacter, and as a measure against Escherichia coli bacteria such as o157, chicken meat must undergo sufficient heat treatment in cooking.
  165. Since even minor nobles would be able to have the honor of being selected if they were skilled at waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables), especially utaawase, it is said that some of the people of low birth were desperate to come up with good poems, literally for their lives.
  166. Since every Shikinaisha shrine has to be classified into Kanpeisha or Kokuheisha, and Taisha or Shosha, each Shikinaisha shrine must belong to one of the following four groups.
  167. Since every shrine used to be surrounded by a Chinju no Mori, it is often written with a character meaning 'a god's forest,' as opposed to the normal character for forest.
  168. Since everybody had a big laugh and none of them felt like continuing the discussion, they have reached an agreement in the conference while the Cabinet member was smiling wryly.
  169. Since excavation research has not been conducted, artifacts are not discovered, but it has been thought that the tumulus was constructed in early years in the late sixth century.
  170. Since expressive descriptions are somewhat similar to "Kitano Tenjin Engi" (an illustrated history of Kitano shrine) of Kitano Tenmangu Shrine, it is believed that the painter was FUJIWARA no Nobuzane.
  171. Since feudal systems of domains were abolished under the policy of Haihan-chiken, people were able to move to a different domain.
  172. Since flavored sushi is not usually dipped in soy sauce, some sushi restaurants say that sushi is already flavored when serving it.
  173. Since for the most of them it was only a one-time trip in their lives, they traveled north along Kohechi to shorten the traveling route to visit historical sites in Osaka, Kyoto and Nara.
  174. Since freedom of religion was necessary to build a modern state, it was included in the Constitution of the Empire of Japan promulgated in 1889.
  175. Since funa has hard bones, the fish is slow-simmered and the bones are removed when prepared as sashimi but, after being cured for about one year, the bones in funa-zushi, which is uncooked, become tender enough so that one may not find them overly objectionable.
  176. Since general history books, such as "Nihon Seiki", supported the Prince Otomo enthronement theory, the enthronement of Prince Otomo was a prevailing view among intellectuals at the end of the Edo period and in the early Meiji period.
  177. Since genpuku no gi (the ceremony of attaining manhood) was conducted in Koshogatsu, January 15th became a national holiday called Coming-of-Age Day.
  178. Since getting married at the age of 25, Kanetane had been feeling the heavy responsibility to inherit the study and enormous debts that his father-in-law had accumulated.
  179. Since grade one flour is low in viscosity, a binding agent is often used.
  180. Since gravy from the patties heated in a microwave oven has a delicious taste, it is used for making sauce.
  181. Since guests are seated at the side opposite to the drawers, this side is known as the front of Kanto hibachi.
  182. Since guilt-by-association system was taken in the Edo period, some mushuku were townspeople who had been disowned by his family because of his misconduct for fear of being involved in, and people who had been transported due to misdemeanor.
  183. Since having been compiled, this document was used frequently for knowing Japanese pronunciations for Chinese words
  184. Since he adopted Shakahonbutsuron, he regarded that Honbutsu (the real Buddha) was Shakyamuni of Kuon-jitsujo (eternal life of the Buddha) and that the founder Nichiren was a priest rather than Buddha.
  185. Since he already had a government post at that time, it is believed that he had served the Imperial Court and had kept contact with Emperor Godaigo or his acquaintances before.
  186. Since he also had a mild personality, Hanazono accepted his position and in fact spent much of his energy in nurturing Kazuhito.
  187. Since he also opposed to Kagekatsu UESUGI in the Echigo Province, he was forced to face two-front operations and had hard battle.
  188. Since he also remained as kinju during the time of Emperor Higashiyama, who was known for not getting along with Retired Emperor Reigen, he seemed to be good at maneuvering.
  189. Since he ascended the throne at the age of 69, and reigned for a short period of three years or more, he didn't have major achievements.
  190. Since he became Emperor when he was nine years old, initially his father, Retired Emperor Higashiyama ruled the cloister government followed by his grandfather, Emperor Reigen.
  191. Since he became Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state) in 1029, he served in the Imperial Court for more than 30 years in the same official position, until he was appointed to Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state).
  192. Since he became a close relative with the Imperial family, and his father-in-law, Kintsune, had a deep relation with the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by shogun), he received strong support from bakufu.
  193. Since he became a pupil of Sojuro AIBA after graduating from his university, he is a junior disciple to Gaku even though he is older.
  194. Since he brought Chikafusa KITABATAKE over to the Oda-jo Castle, he was attacked by KO no Morofuyu who was given the orders from Takauji, and he had no choice but to surrender to the Northern Courts.
  195. Since he called himself Yaheiji MIYAKE, one theory exists that he was from the Miyake clan and some say that Izumo MIYAKE (三宅出雲) was his father.
  196. Since he could not become the kokushi (provincial governor) of Settsu Province where his first home base was, Yorichika served as Yamato no kami (Governor of Yamato Province) three times in his lifetime and continued instilling and expanding his power within the province.
  197. Since he devised stratagems for the problems on imperial sanction on treaties and the Shogun's successor, he was severely interrogated from the bakufu during Ansei no Taigoku, but because he surrendered voluntarily, the charges against him were relatively light.
  198. Since he did not come from a Confucian family in the first place, it took him a long time to pass Taisaku (an exam to be Monjo tokugosho (Distinguished Scholars of Letters)).
  199. Since he did not have a son, family headship was succeeded by Tadashige, his younger brother.
  200. Since he did not have a son, his brother Nagaakira ASANO succeeded him.
  201. Since he did not have an heir, the Gamo clan became extinct.
  202. Since he did not have any children, after he died, the direct blood lineage of Yi Imperial Family discontinued.
  203. Since he did not have biological child, he adopted Naotomo, son of his younger brother Takamasa UEMATSU, as his son.
  204. Since he did not participated in the Genpei War after MINAMOTO no Yoritomo had raised an army (after year 1180), he was probably dead at that time.
  205. Since he died during the war, his decease was concealed and it was announced on November 5 in the imperial court.
  206. Since he died on the same day as Michinaga, and as the public was in turmoil over the death of Michinaga, many did not pay attention to his death.
  207. Since he died suddenly, there was a rumor that he was killed by poisoning.
  208. Since he disinherited his oldest son Naoyoshi in 1635, Naoyoshi's oldest son Naotoki NAGAI succeeded to Naokiyo when he died on February 19, 1671.
  209. Since he encouraged thrifty and regarded accumulation of wealth as achievement of God's will, American sociologist Robert Neelly Bellah saw his thought as Japanese version of Calvinism commercial ethics.
  210. Since he excelled in administration, he won strong trust from Nobunaga ODA and was assigned important positions from an early stage.
  211. Since he felt apologetic for having an official court rank higher than his father, there was an occasion where he asked for the promotion of his father, Tadayuki.
  212. Since he graduated from Ritsumeikan University, he has been practicing kyogen performing while he was working for a bank.
  213. Since he graduated from the University while it was the middle of the Sino-Japanese War, he was called up (after all he was conscripted twice) to Manchuria and Burma after less than one year after he started working for Shochiku, he also spent time in a prisoner camp.
  214. Since he had Sonno no kokorozashi (the thought of reverence for the Emperor), he was oppressed by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and was forced to become a monk in the event of the Horeki Incident in 1760.
  215. Since he had a horse-face and erratic character, people made a fool of him, calling him "Omoshiro no Koma" (literally, funny horse).
  216. Since he had an anzaisho (temporary palace for a traveling Emperor) in Komatsu, Enshu region (present-day Komatsu, Hamakita Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture), he was called Emperor Komatsu.
  217. Since he had an ugly face covered with pockmark, he was nicknamed "Kaiko shogun (a general with crab shell)".
  218. Since he had coughs and phlegm and occasionally vomited blood, Minister to France Samejima helped him receive a treatment of a local doctor.
  219. Since he had distinguished service in the Kyusyu Conquest in 1587 and the subjugation of revolt by inhabitant of Higo Province of the following year, he was given the fief of the southern half of Higo Province comprising Uto District, Mashiki District and Yatsushiro yielding about 200,000-koku.
  220. Since he had lived in Kyoto as a member of the Fujiwara clan till his grandfather's time (to be precise, in his father's youth), he made use of his blood relationship for political maneuvering and succeeded in developing the influence of the Ashikaga clan.
  221. Since he had no child of his own, his adopted son Takakage KYOGOKU succeeded to him.
  222. Since he had no child, he adopted a son of Shigeyasu NIWATA (Gon Dainagon) as a son, who was later Suehide OGIMACHI.
  223. Since he had no children, he designated his younger brother Morinobu ASHINA as his successor, and he died in 1444.
  224. Since he had no heir, Nobuchika ODA, the third son of Harumasa YAMAZAKI was adopted to succeed him as the family head.
  225. Since he had no heir, he adopted FUJIWARA no Mototsune, the third son of his brother, FUJIWARA no Nagara.
  226. Since he had no legitimate son, his younger brother Takatsune KYOGOKU succeeded to the family name.
  227. Since he had no sons other than Matsuchiyomaru who died young, he had several adopted sons including Katsuyuki SAKUMA, younger brother of Morimasa SAKUMA, but his family estate was not succeeded and he had no direct line descendant.
  228. Since he had only a daughter (the later wife of Sukeyori ITO, the lord of Obi domain in Hyuga Province), he adopted Tomomi IWAKURA, a son of Junii (Junior Second Rank) Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of State) Yasuchika HORIKAWA, in 1838.
  229. Since he had own atelier during a period from 1848 to 1854, it has been concluded that he taught paintings to Tessai TOMIOKA around that time.
  230. Since he had relatively good grades, he decided to take an exam to be an assistant in the faculty of law but was rejected.
  231. Since he had remained unmarried, he did not have an heir he recognized at the time of his death.
  232. Since he had secretly informed TOKUGAWA of his plans before the battle, he was considered an ally rather than an enemy and, after the battle, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA allowed him to keep his properties.
  233. Since he had served as the lecturer at the Thirty Lectures of the Lotus Sutra held by FUJIWARA no Michinaga in 1016, he was active among the Imperial Court aristocrats.
  234. Since he had spoken out of pride, Takeru was cursed by the god and died.
  235. Since he has not been referred to in any materials, he is presumed to have been killed in battle at the time of the Honnoji Incident taking part in the Mitsuhide side.
  236. Since he identified himself "Tada," he was also known as TADA no Akikuni.
  237. Since he is said to be Gunjihangandai of Adachi County, it is assumed that he was a local official of Musashi Province.
  238. Since he joined the Japan Noh Troupe's first performance tour to Europe in 1967, he has been active in overseas performances.
  239. Since he joined the Kaigun Kokutai (Naval Air Groups) and flew over Tokyo, he was known as "the prince in the sky."
  240. Since he located his household in Iwakura, which was at Rakugai (outside of the capital Kyoto), he established the Iwakura family, splitting from the Koga family.
  241. Since he participated in the Eastern Camp and rendered distinguished war service in the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Yasumasa was granted additional properties bearing 8,000 koku after the Battle, and ranked with lords as daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) possessing properties bearing 15,000 koku in total.
  242. Since he places importance on inspiration and momentum on the set, he doesn't decide on the details of the script beforehand.
  243. Since he put most of Dogen's writings "Shobogenzo" (Treasury of the Eye of True Teaching) in order and transcribed them, all existent "Shobogenzo" are based on Ejo's manuscript copy.
  244. Since he received the official appointment, he started keeping a record in a journal of his detailed medical examinations.
  245. Since he received the oracle during this period, he prayed for the coming of Great Bodhisattva Hachiman from Usa-Hachimangu Shrine to Gokoku-ji Temple at Mt. Otoko in Kyoto Prefecture, and founded Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine.
  246. Since he reformed the financial conditions of the noble class including the Imperial Court since he went to Kyoto, he also had a deep relationship with kuge.
  247. Since he reigned Iyo Province by the order of his father, he was known by another name, Imperial prince of Iyo.
  248. Since he restored Emperor Saga's imperial villa, the Daikaku-ji Temple, and ruled the cloistered government from there, it was called Daikaku-ji dono, later on that name represented Emperor Kameyama and Gouda's Imperial line.
  249. Since he ruled Yamagata, he was often called the Yamagata clan ("Seishi Kakei Daijiten" [a large dictionary of Japanese surnames] by Akira OTA).
  250. Since he saw some chopsticks floating down from the upper reaches of the river, he thought that there was somebody upriver and went up and found an old couple who were crying.
  251. Since he served five Emperors for ages from the Emperor Goyozei (the 107th) to the Emperor Gosai (the 111th) at the Imperial Court, he got unprecedented promotion as a member of a important noble family receiving the official rank of Juichi (Junior First Rank), Naidaijin (the minister of the center).
  252. Since he sided with the 'western' army in the Battle of Sekigahara, he was punished by being deprived of his fief and exiled to Mt. Koya.
  253. Since he stayed in Hosokawa no sho estate in Harima Province (present Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture) and become a feudal lord, he was conveniently called Tamezumi HOSOKAWA, but he had no relationship with the Hosokawa clan, the shogunal deputy of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  254. Since he succeeded to the head family of Kodama Party and Yoriie SHO, the sixth head, was killed at a young age on the Battle of Ichinotani, Ienaga had Yoriie family adopt his third son Ietsugu SHO (Yoriie's younger brother) as the heir and had Ietsugu succeed to the head family of Kodama Party.
  255. Since he suddenly died before Emperor Shoko, the Imperial Lineage was switched from the lineage of the Retired Emperor Gokomatsu, which was started by Emperor Gokogon, to the lineage of Fushiminomiya, which was started by Emperor Suko.
  256. Since he suspected that Prince Umayado was a Prince Anahobe's assassin, he lost his life.
  257. Since he took the third daughter of Tadataka HOSOKAWA (after the disinheritance, he called himself NAGAOKA Kyumu), Fukuhime (Princess Fuku) (1609-1635) as his lawful wife, and as Tadataka was the first son of the lord of Higo domain, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, even after Fukuhime's death, he continued to be granted the yield of rice from the Hosokawa clan.
  258. Since he wanted his father's forgiveness, he made his wife Oroku work as a geisha named Koman in Fukagawa (in Edo, present Tokyo) to prepare 100 ryo.
  259. Since he was a Christian, he refused to perform seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) and was decapitated.
  260. Since he was a Controller of the Tsuchiura Domain, his holdings totaled in 5,000 koku.
  261. Since he was a brute and was feared as Miburo (wolf of Mibu) by the people of Kyoto, one would not know what he would do if he was repeatedly asked to make his payment.
  262. Since he was a child born out of wedlock, he became a priest at Onishibo of Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine.
  263. Since he was a child of a concubine, his rank was put under his brothers Tokimune and Munemasa, who were the children of the lawful wife, as the third ranking by his father Tokiyori, and treated strictly and unkindly.
  264. Since he was a close adviser of the 4th Shogun FUJIWARA no Yoritsune as a commissioner of the grant of honors/distribution of rewards, he was dismissed from the member of the Council of State in a miya sodo (palace disturbance) and went to Kyoto with Yoritsune.
  265. Since he was a descendant of Yosho O (Prince Yosho) of Baekje, he used the family name KAN and referred to himself as Tenju KAN.
  266. Since he was a great bugyo (magistrate) of Taiko kenchi (Hideyoshi Toyotomi's nationwide land survey) and his son Kiyohisa KIMURA acted as a close aide to Hideyoshi, he is often regarded as a civil officer.
  267. Since he was a member of the former Imperial Family (Prince Motohito was forced to be demoted to a subject as 'MINAMOTO no Mochihito' by the Taira clan), applying a death penalty to him was not possible; after all, it was concluded that he would become a priest and enter Ninna-ji Temple.
  268. Since he was a person of great attainment, he was so confided by Emperor Seiwa and participated in editing "Jogankotaishiki" (the statute book when provincial governors change) and "Nihon Montoku Tenno Jitsuroku" (fifth of the six classical Japanese history texts).
  269. Since he was a teenager, he had indulged in reading books by Charles BAUDELAIRE and Arthur RIMBAUD, and he also often wrote poems.
  270. Since he was a teenager, he liked imayo and sung morning, noon, and night.
  271. Since he was afraid that especially his second son Kichichiyo OISHI might get involved, he made him enter the Buddhist priesthood.
  272. Since he was already retired, 30,000 hyo was given as an allowance.
  273. Since he was also Retired Emperor Sutoku's tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace), he joined sides with the retired emperor and Yorinaga when the Hogen War broke out.
  274. Since he was also called 'Kansan gubu,' it is believed that he was the priest who served as naigubu (a special priest who held a position in the Imperial court).
  275. Since he was also on friendly terms with a relative Nobuyoshi TAKEDA of Kai Province, he married his own daughter to Nobuyoshi's heir Nobumitsu TAKEDA.
  276. Since he was an expert at Noh, later on, he served Tadatsune SHIMAZU receiving 300 koku (of rice).
  277. Since he was an illegitimate child, he became adopted by his mother's younger brother, Shinbe KAIGA (also a vassal of the Asano family) around 1661.
  278. Since he was appointed Kurodo (Chamberlain) on the enthronement of Emperor Horikawa in 1086 he had served Emperor Horikawa as a trusted vassal, by being appointed Chugushiku (Office of Imperial Wives) at the investiture of the Imperial Princess Tokushi to Empress, and Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) in the following year.
  279. Since he was appointed as Jitoshiki (manager and lord of manor) for Yasushi TSUTSUMI in Onyu County, he first called himself Tadasue TSUTSUMI.
  280. Since he was asked to submit the cremains by Hideyoshi, this episode is highly reliable.
  281. Since he was born after childless Kaneie and his wife prayed to Bishamonten (Vaisravana) in Kurama region, Oguri was referred to as a Bishamonten's heaven-sent child.
  282. Since he was brought up by TAIRA no Tomomori when he was small, he was an imitation Crown Prince and was taken to the western part of Japan (Chugoku, Shikoku, Kinki area) after the Taira clan escaped from the city.
  283. Since he was called 'Omata no miko' in other text, it is said that he was the same person as 'Omata no miko,' a grandchild of Emperor Bidatsu.
  284. Since he was called as ANDO Heiemon Nyudo, he is considered to have been a member of Taira clan (the same kanji character is used for "Hei" and "Taira").
  285. Since he was conferred to goi, it can be guessed that he showed up in Kyoto or served Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents) or other influential families.
  286. Since he was excellent in tea ceremony like his grandfather Nagachika and his father Arishige, he came to have close relationships with court nobles and act as a master of tea ceremony.
  287. Since he was exposed to western art and its art administration in France, he became interested in those fields.
  288. Since he was familiar with the geography of Kawachi, he assumed the positionas a guide during the Osaka no Jin (The Siege of Osaka), and and eventually promoted to hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) with an increase in territory.
  289. Since he was friends with Kikaku TAKARAI, who was a haiku poet, there is an anecdote as follows.
  290. Since he was from the Ashikaga Family, he was under the patronage of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and opened Todo-za, which was an autonomous mutual support group of visually impaired males that existed in the Medieval Period to the early-modern times.
  291. Since he was given the family name "大枝" by Emperor Kanmu, he could not completely change his family name and thus changed only the Chinese Character with the pronunciation unchanged.
  292. Since he was good at koto (a long Japanese zither with thirteen strings), calligraphy, Chinese poetry, literati painting and tenkoku (seal-engraving), he was referred to as Goteki.
  293. Since he was good at using three kinds of weapon, in 689, he was given a prize by Empress Jito.
  294. Since he was granted a shuinjo (a shogunal license for foreign trade) by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, his trading ship was called 'Sueyoshi Ship.'
  295. Since he was great in Neo-Confucianism, he served Hasunoike Domain of Bizen Province.
  296. Since he was highly trusted by Daikakuji-to (imperial lineage starting with the Emperor Kameyama), he also served the Emperor Gouda as Inshi (an official of the In no cho (Retired Emperor's Office)).
  297. Since he was in need for a huge amount of gold for building Todai-ji Temple, Emperor Shomu became frenzied with joy about this gold, so he changed the era from Tenpyo into Tenpyo Kanpo, and on May 11 in the same year, Matanari, the former Mutsu no Kuni no Suke, was promoted to Shogoinojo (Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  298. Since he was in the elementary school, he did so well in Art that it surprised those around him.
  299. Since he was late for the Summer Siege of Osaka in the following year, he engaged in repair of roads and dikes which were destroyed.
  300. Since he was not cooperative with the Taira clan, he had to take a stance as a bystander, slightly distant from the central core of the government.
  301. Since he was only 15 years old at his enthronement ceremony, Jito resumed power as the Retired Empress to guard the young emperor.
  302. Since he was proud of himself as a successor of authentic Rinzai Sect, the sect called itself Rinzaisei Sect.
  303. Since he was related to Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA, he successively worked in important positions such as sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies), jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines), Osaka jodai (the keeper of Osaka Castle), Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy), and roju.
  304. Since he was still very young, he served Emperor Kazan, because his mother was the Emperor's nanny, and after Emperor Kazan's enthronement, he exercised influence as one of the closest attendants to the Emperor comparable with FUJIWARA no Yoshichika.
  305. Since he was still young, however, his father, Yoshinao ISSHIKI, assumed the position of the shugo of Tango Province on this occasion.
  306. Since he was strong in mountain climbing, he joined, as an assistant, the surveying project of Mt. Tsurugidake (the head of the group: Yoshitaro SHIBAZAKI), which was carried out in 1907.
  307. Since he was successful unlike the other ukiyoe artists on the wane in those days, he is sometimes labeled as 'the last ukiyoe artist.'
  308. Since he was the chief priest of Hensho-ji Temple (Kyoto City) by Sarusawa-ike Pond in the Hirosawa area outside the capital city of Kyoto, he was called 'Sarusawa no Sojo (priest),' 'Hirosawa Sojo,' or 'Hensho-ji Sojo.'
  309. Since he was the direct sixth descendant of TAIRA no Masamori, he was given the childhood name of "Rokudai" (the sixth direct descendant).
  310. Since he was the eldest son but born out of wedlock, Yoshikiyo gave his home in the Ashikagasho district to his younger paternal half-brother, Yoshikane, and served for Imperial Princess Muneko at Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto).
  311. Since he was the first member of the Japanese imperial family known to have died outside of Japan, and the first to have died in war, he was specially promoted to Army General and then a state funeral was held for him and he was buried at Toshimagaoka Cemetery.
  312. Since he was the great-grandson of Kiyomori, it was natural to send him to Kamakura to face decapitation, but he was dismissed due to a plead by Priest Mongaku shonin to spare his life and was exempted from execution, and his custody was passed over to Mongaku.
  313. Since he was the hikan of Shingen, directions at the time of battle were given by Nobutaka while chigyo (enfeoffment) were given by Shingen.
  314. Since he was the maternal grandfather of Emperor Yozei, he was posthumously awarded with the ranks of the title of Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) with Shoichii Rank (Senior First Rank) in 877, and Daijo Daijin (Prime Minister) in 879.
  315. Since he was the second son in the family, he abandoned the samurai class and went to Kyoto to become a craftsman of ceramic wares.
  316. Since he was the son of Emperor Sutoku's wet nurse, he served the Emperor and was called Shin-in Hogandai (an official of the newly-Retired Emperor's Office.)
  317. Since he was too young, his father, the Retired Emperor Gohorikawa ruled the cloistered government.
  318. Since he was very young, he had been recognized for his talent of drawing in the castle town of Kochi; he went to Edo at the age of 16 to study under Towa MAEMURA, a goyo eshi serving at the Edo hantei of Tosa clan.
  319. Since he was willing to see the poor for free, he earned himself enormous trust from people, and acquired a big name locally as 'Doctor Takami.'
  320. Since he was young, he had been interested in herbalism and learned it from Ransui TAMURA.
  321. Since he was young, he was not captured and instead permitted to live anywhere he wished by Hideyoshi.
  322. Since he worked as an engineer; his life was settled enough to buy an expensive camera from Leica in those days when people described it as saying, "Let's get a Leica or house."
  323. Since he would often take on an important role behind the scene of history, he is considered to be a protagonist who takes on a kyogen-mawashi like role.
  324. Since he wrote the place as the 'village with a distinguished history handed down in tradition,' he might have heard and seen some folklore or tradition regarding the tumulus.
  325. Since he, having a friendly tie with Shikibu TAKENOUCHI, was involved in the Horeki Incident and violated a taboo of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), he was condemned to perpetuate house arrest.
  326. Since heat is released in line with progress of fermentation, the temperature rise is most significant during this stage.
  327. Since her brother Gaju served under Tomomi IWAKURA, Gaju was in charge of personal protection of IWAKURA and Makiko was in charge of personal care of him.
  328. Since her brother, Tokitada's position was Ushoben (the rank equivalent to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)), he changed Saburai na (given name in the court) to Koben.
  329. Since her elder brothers didn't enter the family business, she was appointed successor.
  330. Since her eldest child, Imperial Prince Masahira, was born in 956, she probably underwent judai (an Imperial Consort's bridal entry into court) before that year.
  331. Since her father, Emperor Gomizuno, had endeavored to give sanctuary to the Obaku sect, since her childhood the Imperial Princess experienced a deepened sense of belonging to Buddhism as she listened to the preaching of high priests.
  332. Since her father, Emperor Ninko died before Chikako was born, (February 21, 1846) she was brought up in her mother Kangyoin's house, with the Hashimoto family, by the Imperial order.
  333. Since her father, Kinnari's sister, FUJIWARA no Yoshiko was Yoshinobu's wife, Moshi was adopted by Yoshinobu and his wife.
  334. Since her infancy, she learned classical Japanese dance, tea ceremony, flower arrangement and koto music among others, and after graduating from junior high school, she joined a yakata (okiya or geisha dwelling) at Gion Kobu to get training and at the age of 16 she became maiko.
  335. Since her next sister was considered to be the real eldest daughter for a long time, her name was also thought to be Teiko BABA.
  336. Since her time as a maiko, she showed an outstanding performance and never took a day off from the ozashiki (banquets in which guests are attended by geisha).
  337. Since her younger brother Emperor Monmu's son Obito no miko (the future Emperor Shomu) was still young, she ascended the throne as her mother Empress Genmei abdicated.
  338. Since hikae is not reinforced, 'kohimo' is twined around thumb once and tighten kake himo (a leather strap for securing a yugake) to assist the movement of boshi in "Kyudo-shaho hassetsu."
  339. Since his Buddhist name was Hachijo, he was also called Yoshisuke HACHIJO.
  340. Since his adopted father Kinnaga was stopped from his duties because of an accusation of murder in 1138, Sadanaga was implicated in it and was stopped from shinji gubu (to be in attendance on divine services).
  341. Since his adopted father changed his surname to 'Naka' later, Michiyo followed him to call himself 'Michiyo NAKA.'
  342. Since his adopted son-in-law Yoshitoki HOJO became the second Shikken (shogunal regent) of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), Tomomitsu's children were active as Yoshitoki's maternal relatives.
  343. Since his appearance in Ryotaro SHIBA's novels, he has often been depicted in fiction, including novels and TV series, as a handsome young man.
  344. Since his appointment to Dainagon in 1789, he was seated in the same post for a long time until his Kokyo (death of a man of higher than the Third Rank) in 1808.
  345. Since his biological father moved from Fujioka to Edo in 1639, scholars assume that he must have been born in Fujioka if he was born prior to his father's move, or in Edo if he was born after his father moved.
  346. Since his birth mother, FUJIWARA no Tokushi, was Emperor Toba's favorite lady, Emperor Konoe succeeded to the throne after Emperor Sutoku, when he was two years old.
  347. Since his brother, Yasumori, two years his junior, took the name of "Kuro," whose name was traditionally used by the heir and son of the Adachi Clan, from the beginning, Yorikage seemed to be an illegitimate child.
  348. Since his brothers Masatsugu SASSA and Magosuke (Naritsune) SASSA were killed in the war one after another, Narimasa took over the family estate and became the lord of the Hira-jo Castle in 1560.
  349. Since his childhood, Ohide liked studying and he studied under the priest Tomochika AWATA of Atsuta-jingu Shrine and poet Kokei BAN in earlier days.
  350. Since his childhood, he had been talented in Sinology and Buddhist scriptures.
  351. Since his childhood, he had been taught and trained by his grandfather, Shinran.
  352. Since his childhood, he had strong antipathy to the involvement of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in political affairs and tasks at the Imperial Court, including succession to the throne.
  353. Since his childhood, he learned the study of the Chinese classics.
  354. Since his childhood, he studied under Kaion of Souo-ji Temple in Yamagami, Niizato village in the same district, and entered the Buddhist priesthood.
  355. Since his cousin Yoshitake OISHI also served the Konoe family, he might have used this connection.
  356. Since his date of birth is uncertain, there are several opinions about how old he was when he died, but he is believed to have been between twenty-five and twenty-seven.
  357. Since his elder brother Shigekatsu ISHIKAWA suffered many diseases, Hirosue succeeded his father who entered the Buddhist priesthood.
  358. Since his elder brother Yorikuni was exiled to Io-jima Island (Kagoshima Prefecture) for his involvement in the Inokuma Incident, he succeeded the Oinomikado family.
  359. Since his elder brother, Norishige MAKINO, was disinherited due to sickness in 1773, he was appointed as a successor.
  360. Since his elder brother, SAKANOUE no Ono passed away early, Hirono took over the head of the Sakanoue clan.
  361. Since his eldest son Noritomo died early, his second son Noriyoshi succeeded to the position of family head.
  362. Since his eldest son, Hidemochi, had died young the year before, Shigekatsu, his second son, inherited the estate.
  363. Since his enthronement, observing the spirit of the constitution, he has tried to find the ideal image of the Emperor in the Heisei period.
  364. Since his exile, he had stuck to his own status which was neither a monk nor a layman.
  365. Since his father Geni died in 1602, he succeeded as head of the family.
  366. Since his father Hidesato attained a great achievement during the TAIRA no Masakado's War, he was appointed to the Imperial Court and worked in Kyoto.
  367. Since his father Sadaaki died after being involved in the internal conflict between Dosan SAITO and Yorinari TOKI, the governor of Mino Province, he escaped to his maternal grandfather Sadahiro SUGANUMA's place.
  368. Since his father Takamochi was appointed as Kazusa no kuni no suke (the Assistant governor of Kazusa Province) in 898, he went down to Kazusa Province with his father, where they were based in a house inside the Musha District.
  369. Since his father Yoshihide was Sangi (councilor), he was assigned to be jiju and shosho (major general) and also was given the surname of Toyotomi in 1586 by Hideyoshi's effort ("Ryakumyo Dodai" (the Appointment List of Bureaucrats Ranked Fourth and Fifth)).
  370. Since his father and his older brother, from his birth home of the Shimo-Reizei house, were brought to ruin by the attack of the Bessho clan (the Daimyo or territorial lord in the Sengoku period in the Harima Province), he put up his younger brother as the new head of the family and exerted himself in the reconstruction of the Shimo-Reizei family.
  371. Since his father and maternal grandfather were powerful men in the Imperial Court, he was given the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) at the age of just 15.
  372. Since his father died in 1747, he took over as head of the family and became the fifth lord of the Domain.
  373. Since his father died in 1802, he was adopted in 1804 and raised by Tsunakata KUTSUKI, the tenth lord of the Domain.
  374. Since his father is said to have come from Takaichi District, Yamato Province, he was likely to have come from the same region.
  375. Since his father killed himself for unknown reasons when he was in his third year of high school, he moved to Nagoya, where his mother was from.
  376. Since his father was an influential person in bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), he was treated preferentially as a jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines) by shogun MINAMOTO no Sanetomo and was trusted by the Hojo clan as well.
  377. Since his father went missing and his mother remarried Taijun HOSHI, his family name was changed to HOSHI.
  378. Since his father's generation, there was tension with Kyoto's shogun family; when Yoshihiro OUCHI raised an army against Yoshimitsu in the Oei War, he was given a migyosho (documents for shogunate order), justifying the events.
  379. Since his father, Fukushin Kishitsu, is enshrined in Unzanbesshin-do Hall, in Unzanmen, Fuyo District, South Korea, the sister-city exchanges are active between Hino-cho and Unzanmen.
  380. Since his father, Kuraichi was appointed as Yagura-bugyo-kaku (Marshal of the Watchtowers) and served in the office of accounting in Kameyama Domain, Gentaro was raised in the expectation that he would be active in a business society.
  381. Since his father, Naokatsu, passed away in 1626, he inherited the family estate and the territory of the domain of Shimosa-Koga, which was as large as 89,000 koku.
  382. Since his father, Noriaki, was exiled for siding with anti-Ieyasu TOKUGAWA Mikawa Ikko Ikki revolts in the same year he was born, he grew up leading the life of a wanderer.
  383. Since his father, Tanetsugu, was assassinated, he was given the Jo rank (court official rank) of Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) despite his young age in 785.
  384. Since his first son Katsuhide KYOGOKU had long since passed away, the family estate passed to Katsuhide's son and Mochikiyo's grandson, Dojimaru, who died only one year later.
  385. Since his first son Okitomo TANUMA was already dead and his other three sons were adopted out, his grandson Okiaki TANUMA was allowed to take over as head of the family, provided that their territory was reduced to a fief of 10,000 koku in the Mutsu province.
  386. Since his foster father Mitsumichi was given the same rank at the age of 47, it seemed that the Emperor Komei had much confidence in Mitsuosa.
  387. Since his grandfather, Sadachika MORI, and his father, Chikahira MORI, followed the Southern Court (Japan) ruled by the Emperor Godaigo and played active roles in Nanjo-so in Echigo Province, a conflict arose within the MORI family.
  388. Since his highest rank was Gon Dainagon (Provisional Chief Councilor of State), he was also called Todainagon.
  389. Since his illness only took a turn for the worse, Akazomeemon arrived from Kyoto immediately and prayed for her son's cure at Sumiyoshi-jinja Shrine.
  390. Since his imina (personal name) was "Tadanori," Tadanori's title "Satsuma no kami" is used as a slang to mean riding without paying (as in a train or bus, pronounced tadanori in Japanese).
  391. Since his imina (personal name) was Shii, his master Fuyo KO changed it into Chinese style and named him Soshii.
  392. Since his infancy, he was good at the court music of Japan, and he was praised when he danced Dobu at shigaku (rehearsal) at the age of 9 on April 16, 1101 to cerebrate Emperor Shirakawa's 50th birthday.
  393. Since his juvenile name was 'Ushikai' (lit. cow keeper), his family was called 'Ushikai warawa' (cow keeping boys) who handled cow carts as 'Ushitsuki' ("Okagami").
  394. Since his legal son, Mitsuie HATAKEYAMA, had been ousted at the time of Motokuni's death, the other son Mitsunori HATAKEYAMA took over the family headship instead.
  395. Since his main residence in Kyoto was located in Kadenokoji, Muromachi-dori Street, he was commonly called Kadenokoji-dono.
  396. Since his maternal family was lower-ranking nobles, no one wanted him to be the investiture of the Crown Prince.
  397. Since his mid-sixties, he was active mainly in Oshu (Northern Honshu, the region encompassing Mutsu and Dewa provinces); in his latest years he lived under the patronage of the Tamura clan and is said to have died in the present-day Miharu-machi in Fukushima Prefecture.
  398. Since his mother Dota-gozen was the lawful wife of Nobuhide, he became the lord of Nagoya-jo Castle at the age of two.
  399. Since his mother was Imperial Princess Teishi, daughter of Emperor Sanjo, Imperial Prince Takahito was not a maternal relative of the Fujiwara clan.
  400. Since his mother was a lawful wife of his father, he was positioned as the first son in the family tree, but could be the second or the third son actually.
  401. Since his mother was from Kyoto, he went to Kyoto as an envoy when MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, the third shogun, welcomed the daughter of Nobukiyo BOMON, a noble in Kyoto, as his lawful wife.
  402. Since his mother was from the Nijo school which was a popular poet's family, he was used to being exposed to poems when he was small.
  403. Since his mother, Empress Uno no Sarara, was a person of position and her older sister had already died, it is considered that he became the crown prince before Prince Otsu.
  404. Since his name could not be found even in documents which even included the guards of horses for Isami KONDO and people from Kuwana han (Kuwana Domain), who suddenly joined the party, as a soldier (comrade), it was one reason that it was assumed that he was not registered.
  405. Since his official court rank was Chikugo no kami (Provincial Governor of Chikugo), his common name was Chikigo hokkyo (筑後法橋).
  406. Since his older brother Ieharu MATSUDAIRA died in 1592, he took over the reigns of the family, and was given seven thousand koku (crop yield) in Nagane, Kozuke Province
  407. Since his older brother Kagetaka and others were forfeited their land by Hideyoshi HASHIBA as they took the side of Katsuie SHIBATA, Kagetomo succeeded the family headship of the Yamaoka clan.
  408. Since his older brother Kunitoki HOJO was born in 1325, it is assumed that he was born after that.
  409. Since his older brother Nobutoshi MATSUDAIRA, who had originally been expected to succeed to the position of family head, died in 1865, Nobumasa was adopted by Nobuyoshi MATSUDAIRA, and in 1866 he succeeded to the position, becoming the eighth lord.
  410. Since his older brother Yasutada WAKIZAKA died young of disease, he became the heir.
  411. Since his older brother Yasuyuki (also known as Motohide IZUMI) succeeded to the head family of the Izumi-ryu school, he was adopted by the Yamawaki family and since then he has maintained the family line of his father Tokuro MIYAKE, the ninth family.
  412. Since his older brother Yoshikatsu TAKEDA became an adopted child of the Mochizuki family (Nobuyori MOCHIZUKI) and died young right after his father, Nobutoyo succeeded the household.
  413. Since his older brother and former lord of the domain, Takamasu, died without a child heir on January 14, 1834, Takatsune succeeded to Takamasu's position in the same year.
  414. Since his older brother commonly known as Fukutari gimi died young, Kanetaka was raised as the heir.
  415. Since his older brother died young, he became the heir.
  416. Since his older brother, Kinkane, was suddenly deprived of his official rank, Saneaki was conferred a peerage as the family head of the Sanjo family in the place of Kinkane.
  417. Since his older brother, Yorisuke, took over the family headship, in 1856, Tosuke became an adopted son of Akinori HIRATA who was a doctor living in the same domain.
  418. Since his older nephew, Sanenao SAIONJI who was Chunagon (Vice-Councilor of State) died young suddenly, he became heir to the SAIONJI family after Sanenao's death.
  419. Since his oldest son Sukenobu SASAKI was said that he was not suited as his heir, and his second son Tokitsuna SASAKI died young, so his third son Sadamune SASAKI succeeded his post.
  420. Since his only child was Imperil Princess Yoshiko, the Imperial family adopted a child from the kan-in no Miya family in haste, (Imperial Prince Morohito of kan-in no Miya family, he changed his name to Tomohito after the enthronement), who later succeeded to the throne as Emperor Kokaku.
  421. Since his original name was Genji (Minamoto clan), his official name was MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, which was an identical name with the famous MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune from the Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan) as a brother of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, so he was known in the 'Two Yoshitsune Theory.'
  422. Since his original surname was Minamoto, he sometimes called himself as Mohyu MINAMOTO.
  423. Since his political rival was gone, Yoshiteru tried to act more vigorously to restore the power of the shogunate.
  424. Since his predecessor domain lord Nagatomi ICHIHASHI had no heir, Nagakazu was adopted by him and succeeded the family on November 16, 1844, when Nagatomi retired.
  425. Since his promising eldest son Yoshimichi KUJO, who was a Naidaijin (Minister of the Center), had passed away at a young age, Kanezane put his efforts toward his second son, Yoshitsune KUJO, who was under his tutelage while Kanezane grieved for his loss.
  426. Since his real mother came from the Nagoe family which was a minority group in the Hojo clan, his younger brother, Yoriuji ASHIKAGA whose mother was an aunt of Tokimune HOJO, became the successor to the head family of Ashikaga.
  427. Since his retainer, SAKURAI no Tanobe no Inu (桜井部犬) supported Mononobe clan, he supported Mononobe clan during the Teibi Incident in 587 and died during the War.
  428. Since his scholarly acquisition was highly evaluated, he was encouraged to serve in the Mito Domain but he declined to do so.
  429. Since his second son Sadataka predeceased Sadamichi, he was succeeded by his third son Sadanaga.
  430. Since his son Murahide AKAMATSU was an illegitimate child, an adopted child from the Shichijo family Yoshimura AKAMATSU succeeded.
  431. Since his son Yoshioki died young a year earlier, Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI, son of his younger brother, Kazumasa SOGO, was adopted to take over (it is also believed that the shock from the killing of Fuyuyasu compelled him to assign his family estate to Yoshitsugu and retire in July).
  432. Since his son, Yasutada MIZUHAI, took over the family head in 1184, it can be understood that Suetada had passed away or gone into retirement by then.
  433. Since his troops were outnumbered, he was defeated and captured.
  434. Since his uncle Tadataka, who was the head of Matsue domain, 260,000 koku (approximately 46.8 million liters of crop yield), died without any legitimate child in 1637, he was adopted on his deathbed and his territory was diminished to 60,000 koku (approximately 10.8 million liters of crop yield), Tatsuno domain of the Harima Province.
  435. Since his uncle, Houtou WATANABE was a teacher of Chikuden TANOMURA in childhood, he was introduced to Chikuden and he became a pupil of Chikuden's art school at the age of 9 in 1822.
  436. Since his uncle, Nagakatsu ASANO, who was the head of Nobunaga ODA's archers, did not have a son, Nagamasa was adopted into the ASANO family as the husband of Nagakatsu's daughter, Yaya, becoming the heir.
  437. Since his uncle, Tomishige MAKINO, did not sire a son, Hideshige was adopted by his father's parental home of the Makino House at Tanabe Domain in Tango Province.
  438. Since his wife was Ben, the second daughter of Nobusumi OISHI, another vassal of the Ako Domain, Shigeyuki was an elder brother-in-law of Nobukiyo OISHI (Nobusymi's second son), one of the Ako Forty-seven Ronins.
  439. Since his younger sister, FUJIWARA no Kusuko, was favored by the Emperor Heijo, he was treated as someone important and gained a strong political power.
  440. Since his youth he had visited various provinces as a lay disciplinant, implemented social projects such as construction of roads, bridges and temples with reciting Myogo (Amida's name) of Namu Amidabutsu, and gathered followers widely without regard to their affluence or poverty.
  441. Since his youth, he specialized in playing the role of an enemy and elderly characters.
  442. Since historian Sadakichi KIDA believed in the existence of a street plan and began using the word "Otsu-kyo" never mentioned in historical documents during the Meiji period, historical geographers and archaeologists started to use this word.
  443. Since hitoe do not have end sleeves, okatabira are longer in the sleeves than hitoe.
  444. Since honored guests, including Crown Prince of Romania and the Prince of Wales, have also enjoyed this trip, the way from Oji (literally meaning prince) to Yamamoto-hama was known as "Kyoto prefectural road No.402 (Oji Namikawa Route)".
  445. Since hornfels are rigid and resistant to weathering, these two mountains are higher than other Higashiyama mountains and thus conspicuous.
  446. Since hot springs have been symbols of female genitals since ancient times, Konsei-shin symbolizing the penis is enshrined at many hot springs in hope that the hot springs will never be dried up and will continue to well up.
  447. Since ihai is not used in Jodo Shinshu, Hon ihai will not be made, but homyo jiku, homyo (priest's name or posthumous Buddhist name) hanging scroll should be obtained.
  448. Since in December of that year the name of the year was changed to Seichu, so this is called the "Seichu Incident."
  449. Since in modern times after the Meiji Restoration, the custom of the pilgrimage to Kumano became obsolete, Kohechi was no longer used as a pilgrimage route, however it continued to be used as a community road for trade and transportation of goods by local residents until the early Showa era.
  450. Since in the Showa era a famous writer, Ryotaro SHIBA used "Yoshioka-den" as a material to write "Shinsetsu Miyamoto Musashi" (The True Story of Musashi MIYAMOTO), "Yoshioka-den" became famous and it is often mentioned as an important record by the Yoshioka against records by the Musashi.
  451. Since incense for furo (furnace) is different from that for hearth, Kogo also differs.
  452. Since initially the domain held its jinya (regional government office) in Kaiju Village (present Kaiju, Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture), it is also called Kaiju Domain; however, during time of the seventh lord of the domain, Sukeyoshi ODA, it was moved to the Shiba Village.
  453. Since issuing of han bills was again permitted in 1730, a ginsatsu guaranteed by wealthy merchants located in the territory, such as the Meshino family, who were a kaisen donya (wholesaler in port) in Izumisano no less famous than Gohei ZENIYA of Kaga Province, was issued.
  454. Since issuing the 100000 yen note and 50000 yen note was canceled afterwards, Yukichi FUKUZAWA, on the 10000 yen note, turned out to be the person on the largest denomination bill.
  455. Since it allowed women to enter the mountain, it was called 'Nyonin Koya.'
  456. Since it also warps to the side a little, it is struck while on a wooden base with a Kozuchi (light hammer) to adjust straighten the blade.
  457. Since it became rare to wear wafuku as a casual wear, it came to be manufactured in small quantities because of reduced demand.
  458. Since it belongs to the group of Heki schools, Shomen-uchiokoshi (anchoring in front facing posture) is a characteristic.
  459. Since it can be said that deposits of a light color of black Chinese ink indicates that the performance of the fude is taken advantage of, attention must be given not to wash it too much, which could damage the fude.
  460. Since it connects two holy places, Koya and Kumano, Kohechi has a function of a "road for the mountaineering asceticism in Buddhism" and it is said that there are remains of lodgings for the mountaineering asceticism in Buddhism and pilgrimage memorial pictures.
  461. Since it criticized other sects and insisted that the nation would be ruined without reciting the Nichiren chant, it was strongly suppressed by the shogunate.
  462. Since it developed in the pleasure quarters, it is a graceful form of buyo with intricate hand and arm movements.
  463. Since it had been decided that she would be allowed to return to Kyoto after childbirth, she was ordered to stay until that day.
  464. Since it had been developed reflecting the manners of the aristocracy, the accuracy and the beauty of the riding are considered to be important.
  465. Since it had been handed down in the Yoshida family from generation to generation, it is also called the Yoshida school.
  466. Since it had been raining, they were stuck in the valley with their armor covered in mud, and unable to gather on the hill.'
  467. Since it had wrinkle patterns appearing to be tapped by stones, it was called ganseki-toshi.
  468. Since it has became well-known throughout Japan in recent years, it has been used in various ways.
  469. Since it has become formal attire when wearing it with any kimono, it is popular among housewives.
  470. Since it has nothing to do with an actual dimension, the expression, a simply-expressed 'Seven Ken and five Men' may possibly mean that Okuyuki is longer than Maguchi.
  471. Since it has the same sound as the Japanese word "Kanshi (Shi)"(Chinese poems), it is also pronounced "Tsu" taken from the Chinese pronunciation to be distinguished from each other.
  472. Since it is 60 minute-car ride from the Osaka City, it is known as a mountain for health and for counting the number of climbing.
  473. Since it is a birthplace of the centralized state under the Ritsuryo system, a lot of palaces and historical sites of the Asuka period were excavated and the village is introuced as 'a mental hometown to the Japanese.'
  474. Since it is a business company, the registered geigi is on a fixed salary much like those employees working for ordinary business corporations and there are no commissions.
  475. Since it is a collection of valuable direct discourse based on Zeami's real experience, however, it is regarded as valuable as the book by Zeami himself or more.
  476. Since it is a dried product, it is possible to preserve it at room temperature, but it turns brown during summer, so it is desirable to preserve it in the refrigerator after spring.
  477. Since it is a god in a fashion, it cannot be brought down, but ways to drive them away do exist.
  478. Since it is a kind of mochi (rice cake), it would become hardened little by little, so it should be eaten early.
  479. Since it is a lagoon, eutrophication and organic contamination are the most serious problem in the sea area of Wakasa Bay, Kyoto Prefecture where waste water standards for nitrogen and phosphorus are regulated.
  480. Since it is a litter that a god rides, it is written as 'god's litter.'
  481. Since it is a litter, it usually refers to an object that is carried on the shoulders of bearers to be moved but, it also refers to the other objects of different shapes that are placed on a float and pulled by people.
  482. Since it is a song, its sound is assumed not to be greatly changed; so it is described in the hiragana syllabary as stated above.
  483. Since it is a technique where an object at hand can be substituted for toteki (throwing), it can be used today for self-defense.
  484. Since it is a valued historical document that contains family trees from after the Kansei era and covers a wide range of materials, it can be said to be a "Sonpibunmyaku" of the late Edo period.
  485. Since it is actually not twelve-layered, the name "juni-hitoe" is only a colloquial expression.
  486. Since it is an alternative version, it is not included in most books of "The Complete Heike Monogatari" kind.
  487. Since it is architecture of the style of the Zen sect, it seems to be reasonable to consider it as an artful pleasure.
  488. Since it is believed that he saved people by asking the heaven with heart and soul to calm the eruption of Zao Mountain Range in 1623, he is still called legendary wise ruler in Murata Village (present-day Murata-cho, Shibata-gun, Miyagi Prefecture).
  489. Since it is believed that he used the name 'Toki' because he reigned a feud in Toki-gun, Mino Province, with the Hitoichiba-kan Residence as his headquarters, he is often cited as the substantial founder of the Toki clan.
  490. Since it is cheaper than silk clothes, Kamikoromo tends to be considered Kimono which was worn by people with low income.
  491. Since it is difficult to find the reason why Shitateruhime-no-kami is enshrined with Kotoshironushi-no-kami, another deity was presumably enshrined at first.
  492. Since it is harvested in a late season, after ichibanca (first picked tea leaves) and nibancha (second picked tea leaves), it was first called '晩茶' (bancha; lit. 'late tea'), which was later changed to '番茶' (bancha; lit. coarse tea').
  493. Since it is hooked on the tip, the length is naturally doubled.
  494. Since it is illegal (violating the Liquor Tax Act) to make Doburoku at home, though easy-to-make, Doburoku is also used as another name of bootleg.
  495. Since it is illuminated bright along the Keihan Kokudo (National Road) even late at night, there is no room for ghosts; besides, with the increase of new residents, ghost stories mentioned before have been completely gone.
  496. Since it is known as a deity of public entertainments, this shrine is popular among people related to show business even now.
  497. Since it is known from "Entairyaku" (Diary of Kinkata TOIN) that the prince died near Kyoto, there remain some doubts about the tradition itself, but at least there seemed to exist the fact that the descendant of the Kideranomiya family moved into Irino.
  498. Since it is made from mature leaves as opposed to sencha which uses young leaves, it contains more tannins and less caffeine.
  499. Since it is not a so-called famous professional name, it does not have any own art, but is excelled at playing roles of the Otowaya line.
  500. Since it is often drawn as a female image with hagoromo (feather-robe), it is also called 'Tennyo' (Celestial Maidens).
  501. Since it is oily for the principal ingredient, sesame, it is eaten often with soy sauce mixed with wasabi (paste of green Japanese horseradish) so as to keep mouth fresh.
  502. Since it is originally a local dish, the manner of topping salmon roe may be slightly different depending on the household ("served raw", "lightly boiled", "cooked until the surface turns white").
  503. Since it is portrayed as a yokai of items and artifacts, some say that it should not be considered as a kitsune-bi yokai as described in the commentary but as a variation of the so-called Chochin Obake.
  504. Since it is practical, yet easily expresses Japanese design, it has been used in Manchukuo (Manchuria), which was Japan's allied country, as well as in Japan; some buildings still exist.
  505. Since it is presumable that Shibata County was covered by Natori-dan geographically, it is considered that Myobo was for the Natori-dan stationed at Isawa-jo Castle.
  506. Since it is referred to as 'XX jo' or 'XX saku' in historical documents, 'josaku' is used here as a generic term.
  507. Since it is said that his mother was embarrassed by having him because she had already had a lot of children and it was late maternity, he might have been an undesired child.
  508. Since it is slimy and its shape is significantly different from blades, mekabu seaweed is sometimes misunderstood as a part of or a type of sea kelp.
  509. Since it is tender enough to bite without using any cutlery such as a knife and a fork, 'hanbaga' (a hamburger sandwich) consisting of hamburger patties between two pieces of bread can be made, a feature that ensures a staple item of fast food chains, too.
  510. Since it is the branching point of the big National Route 1 and 9, it is an important location not only for the transportation of Kyoto Prefecture but Western Japan.
  511. Since it is the day of the winter solstice when solar energy becomes the weakest, the ritualistic ceremony was probably performed to enhance the energy of an emperor's soul who was deemed a descendant of Sun-goddess Amaterasu.
  512. Since it is the god associated with water, it becomes the central object in a rainmaking rite; this god is also linked to the god of rice fields and harvests, and the one enshrined in the fountainhead is combined with the mountain god.
  513. Since it is thought that some historical materials related to Korea in Nihonshoki were confused or forged, there are so many opinions.
  514. Since it is unreasonable to consider "Chikusho Kinen" and "Bokutenshiden" as koshi koden, his later works removed these two books and added "Kozan Hokan" and "Hokan Henbunrui."
  515. Since it is well organized, beginners to haiku can refer to them when composing haiku poems.
  516. Since it is worn next to the skin, it is made of cotton such as sarashi (bleached cotton).
  517. Since it is worn on the top of juni-hitoe and a visible kimono, it is usually made with expensive cloth such as futae orimono (silk double weave).
  518. Since it looks similar, it is often confused with Hanpen, but this is rather close to shinjo (a kind of kamaboko, steamed white fish cake, mixed with yam) and is a type of steamed Kamaboko.
  519. Since it may be cumbersome on horseback, the bottom part of the kusazuri in the front and in the back are divided into right and left.
  520. Since it needed a high brewing technique, a limited amount of it was brewed experimentally for education of kurabito or submitted for Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyokai.
  521. Since it not only tastes good but keeps the product dry during storage, other manufacturers followed suit.
  522. Since it originally used to indicate a samurai group who guarded the battle flag of their lord in war areas, it is not a system only in Tokugawa period.
  523. Since it required enormous expenses to carry out an abdication ceremony and build a court for the retired emperor, he could not abdicate the throne if the imperial court could not bear the cost.
  524. Since it requires time and effort and also each district and home has its skills inherited, removal of harshness from conkers is a little difficult for inexperienced persons.
  525. Since it resembles the plectrum of a shamisen (a three-stringed Japanese banjo) when dried, it is also called 'bachiko' (literally, 'plectrum child').
  526. Since it seemed to be rewritten because the pigment was deteriorated and faded over at least ten years, it must have been overdrawn in the Engi era (901-914).
  527. Since it shows itself slightly out of obi, one often coordinates it with kimono or obi.
  528. Since it stands at the north side of Kitaoji-dori Street, buses enter to the second basement using a slope way.
  529. Since it started in 1924, a total of 47 long novels and short stories have been published until 1965.
  530. Since it started raining heavily on this day, many of the nobles went home in the middle of the ceremony while the common people flocked to the very long 'strings of good' seven-cho (approximately 763.63m) in length, which were tied to the ceremony brush, in order to form a relationship with the Great Buddha.
  531. Since it took almost one year for the party to give the tribute to the emperor of Tang China after their arrival in Suzhou City, they might have been detained there for a while.
  532. Since it uses a sword shorter than a uchigatana (a type of long sword), the name was coined by adding "ko" (short) to "tachi" (a sword or swordplay).
  533. Since it values rationality and has simple manners and teachings, it was widely accepted among the public in early modern ages, but on the other hand, it provoked antipathy from other sects and often got ridicule such as "Monto (Shinshu followers) know nothing".
  534. Since it was 'Mimaki,' Sakamonnomaki was probably a neighbor of the mimaki of the imperial court and the regent family or both who were close by.
  535. Since it was a common belief among Kyoto modern painters at that time that receiving an award at an exhibition sponsored by the government was the starting point of a painter's career, he entered his works in the exhibition sponsored by the Ministry of Education while he was still at school, though none of them won an award.
  536. Since it was a necessary document for the Emperor to conduct Bunin (appointment of government post), there were many and very complicated manners for Omagaki such as how to write, how to fold, how to seal and so on, and Omagaki was created with extra care.
  537. Since it was a type of justifiable defense, usually warriors did not give the finishing blow to his offender(s), although the latter would die eventually.
  538. Since it was also customary that a boro (watch tower) was placed in a castle gate, you can see boroes as important relics of rokakus as well.
  539. Since it was believed at that time that the Toyotomi side could have a good chance to win, it is sure that Morichika joined the Toyotomi side to recover his former territory.
  540. Since it was called a primitive religion, shamanism, animism and so on, and the target of its belief extended to shinrabansho (all things in nature), it is difficult to define matsuri which is also the action.
  541. Since it was clear that Junnin and Chukyo were emperors without posthumous titles, there was no problem, but the existence of 'Otomo Tei' was only based on theories.
  542. Since it was considered to be disrespectful to look down on processions of feudal lords, the loft was allowed to be built and used as a storage and not as a living space.
  543. Since it was costly to visit a location far away from home, the practice in which people formed a religious association and paid money to have their delegates make a visit for them arose.
  544. Since it was customary for residences to be exempted from taxation during the Heian and Kamakura periods, land stewards took advantage of this custom to place land around their residences under their direct management.
  545. Since it was dangerous at night (because of Hashihime), he was given the celebrated sword 'Higekiri' (literally, 'beard cutter'), and then left on horseback.
  546. Since it was dangerous to gather arrows from the side while customers were shooting, Kanto tekiya started calling any dangerous place 'yaba' and dangerous activities 'yabai.'
  547. Since it was described 'Ikko Sennen Muryo Jubutsu' (一向専念無量寿仏) in the sutra "Muryoju-kyo Bussetsu Muryoju-kyo" (無量寿経仏説無量寿経), '一向' Ikko was understood as chanting of the Amitabha's name, from which '一向宗' became a designation used by other sects to refer to the Jodo Shinshu sect founded by Shinran.
  548. Since it was described as the first god to appear in Nihonshoki, as well as the first of the Kaminoyonanayo in Kojiki, it was valued among Shinto theorists as the source god, root god, and original god.
  549. Since it was designated as a historical site, permission of the chief of the Agency for the Cultural Affairs is required to perform activities that change the current condition of Kohechi or influence its preservation.
  550. Since it was designed to be faithful to originals, existing pedigree records were used as they were, and there is a problem that some families were intentionally linked to famous families and such errors were not corrected.
  551. Since it was difficult to move from Tanba to Musashi, he moved the tombstone of his father, Tadaharu MATSUDAIRA to Senshu.
  552. Since it was difficult to obtain and process tama (gems) in Japan (nephrite is harder than steel and can be processed only using a thread coated with the powder of a harder stone), white stones were mostly used instead of white gemstones in modern times even though they were still referred to as white gemstones.
  553. Since it was directly under the control of Roju, the officers had the authority of informing Rouj immediately of the wrong acts done by officers in the Kanjo-sho office, including Kanjo-bugyo officers.
  554. Since it was established as a pilgrimage road in the Edo period, as for the aspect of beliefs, Kohechi had the characteristics of the early-modern period.
  555. Since it was expressed as a door, it seems to have been a swing door in the Continent style instead of Shitomi (wooden shutters with crisscross lattice).
  556. Since it was famous for sake, many people visited and made use of the yukaku there, and being close to the Uji-gawa River with good transportation facilities, Chushojima was both a yukaku and Hanamachi (geisha districts in Kyoto) and produced many famous geishas, almost exceeding Gion Kobu district.
  557. Since it was in circulation for a long period, the ink writings on the surface had to be regularly renewed, resulting in the ink writings by six genererations of the Goto clan.
  558. Since it was in competition with the government-owned railway, it did not receive any construction subsidies from the government.
  559. Since it was inconvenient to store and appreciate pieces of excellent classical calligraphy, copybooks (collections of calligraphy) were made to do so.
  560. Since it was incused on money such as koban (former Japanese oval gold coin) after Muromachi period, it became widely recognized by the nation as the Monsho representing Japanese government.
  561. Since it was incused on money such as koban during Toyotomi period and Edo period and circulated across the country, it was well-established as the Monsho representing Japanese government.
  562. Since it was just a consultative body, not a parliament, its vote had no binding force.
  563. Since it was just the time when the defense soldiers of the government army changed, the ensuing confusion and crowds of the defense soldiers were almost beyond description.
  564. Since it was located in the extreme left wing of the Japanese camp, it was attacked fiercely both from sea and land, but he succeeded in defending their position and forced the Ming and Korean forces to retreat (the Battle of Suncheon Castle).
  565. Since it was located on the south side of Daigaku-ryo (the government facility to educate students who would later become bureaucrats) (the old address was go-cho, ichi-bo, Sakyo (west area of capital Kyoto)), it was also called Daigaku Nanso (facilities of Daigaku-ryo in the south).
  566. Since it was more powerful, it became more difficult to handle the middle barrel compared to a small one; also, since it was expensive, it was regarded as a gun used not by temporaries, but mainly by ashigaru who continuously served the master.
  567. Since it was not a common graffiti but intended to protest, therefore, dialogue is planned to solve the problem instead of taking a forceful action.
  568. Since it was not a shrine ranking in the normal sense, there were some shrines which were Gosha as well as being Kankoku heisha or Fukensha.
  569. Since it was not common to deep-fry battered foods in that era, it is believed that deep-fried sea beam was similar to Satsuma-age.
  570. Since it was not for restoring the Genroku era, the Genrokusode during the Showa period were different from the Genrokusode during the Genroku era.
  571. Since it was presented by Chokinkaido during the period of Yuan Dynasty, it is also called the Chokinkaido-bon.
  572. Since it was produced using the yakishime (pottery that is fired without any applied glaze) method and was tough, it dominated the markets over to the Kanto region in the early Edo period (the seventeenth centuries).
  573. Since it was prohibited for a Daimyo to apply for an adoption of a son after becoming seriously ill, many Daimyo families suffered kaieki as a result of the extinction of lineages.
  574. Since it was reported to have no smell of alcohol and no deterioration by pasteurization in the trial brewing of 1940, it became to be produced actually in sake breweries in all over Manchukuo in 1941.
  575. Since it was set up, Kyoto University has kept "academic freedom" as the spirit of its foundation.
  576. Since it was the final destination of the Silk Road, the capital became a very international place.
  577. Since it was titled as "Fusensho Separate volume", it can also be considered to be related to "Ruiju fusensho", for example, a separate book of "Ruiju fusensho".
  578. Since it was usually paid in cash, it was also called Myogakin/Myogaei (ei means Eiraku-tsuho (bronze coins)).
  579. Since it will be a two-day holiday, the above case will not be applied.
  580. Since it's prepared with pork, after which the cuisine was named, and various kinds of fresh or processed vegetables, it can be eaten as a staple food instead of being eaten only as an accompaniment to a staple food.
  581. Since its calorie is comparatively low, tofu has become common in cooking as a health food even in the United States and Europe.
  582. Since its completion during the Heian period, The Tale of Genji until then had all existed in the form of manuscripts, and it was a time-consuming work to compile one manuscript because a person had to transcribe it one by one, therefore ordinary people could not obtain it easily.
  583. Since its convenient containers such as bottles and cans were widespread and liquor was supplied fully, people 'could drink as much as they wanted when they wanted to.'
  584. Since its establishment, Kita Style has never adopted the system of "seat or theatre (za)" and never been called Kita Theatre.
  585. Since its foundation, it has been carrying out in-house roasting, and, in 1987, opened a cake manufacturing plant and was renewed in 1994 together with the roasting plant.
  586. Since its foundation, it has belonged to Todai-ji Temple as its chinju-sha shrine (a guardian shrine of a temple), but it attained independence from Todai-ji Temple at the time of the separation of Buddhism and Shintoism in the Meiji Period.
  587. Since its foundation, the university has maintained its scale and contents as a humanities-oriented university whose founding philosophy is to nurture those who firmly establish themselves in faith and have deep knowledge, doing so through in-depth research and the teaching of specialized subjects.
  588. Since its introduction, the K-Limited Express train service has operated only on weekdays in the section between Demachiyanagi Station and Yodoyabashi Station.
  589. Since its name includes a chinese character "亥" that means a wild boar, some Inoko mochi are colored like a bore's or marked with an image of wild boar seared on its surface by a hot branding iron.
  590. Since its tentative completion in 1876, the handwritten book was kept by the Bureau of Shrines within the Home Ministry, and it was published in 1925 by Isobe Koyodo in a single book bound in Western style.
  591. Since its thirty-first monzeki, it had stopped accepting members of the Imperial Family as chief priests.
  592. Since jinrikisha, invented in Japan at that time, could go faster than the previously used palanquins, and human labor was considerably cheaper than using horses, it soon became a popular mode of transportation.
  593. Since jomen ho didn't consider the crop situation, it had a tendency to make peasants have surplus and laze, or feel distressed and escape.
  594. Since kaioke was considered to be one of the best appropriate marriage furniture and passed on from parents to their daughters, it was common that these kaioke were used for hundreds of years from generation to generation.
  595. Since kanjin-Noh had a large audience, Kyoto was the major place for its performances when it began, and its stages were set up at the river bank of Kamo-gawa River or precincts of large-sized temples.
  596. Since kenchu originated from kenden (cadastral surveys), kenchucho was also called kendencho (ledger of kenden), jikkencho (ledger of survey), marucho (ledger of round), and bajocho (ledger of hourseback).
  597. Since knowledge of mathematics was required, persons from Sando (study of mathematics) of Daigakuryo (Bureau of Education under the Ritsuryo system) played active roles like Sanhakase (Doctor of Numbers) concurrently took a position as Kami (Director) or Suke (Deputy Director).
  598. Since kokushi gave such treatment entirely at his discretion, that exemption could be cancelled by a newly assigned kokushi.
  599. Since koshin is compared to a monkey in the Oriental zodiac, the three wise monkeys 'which neither see, speak nor listen' are sometimes carved, and since the enshrined deity of the koshin festival is regarded as Sarutahiko no kami in Shinto religion, it is also carved.
  600. Since ladle and a rest for the lid of a teakettle are displayed on a shelf and chawan which is prepared with chakin (a cloth), chasen, and chashaku is carried while being contained in kensui, the server need to get up only once during the ceremony.
  601. Since land stewards often failed to pay agreed amounts of taxes to manorial lords or imperial officials even under this subcontract system, some manors and imperial territories were divided between land stewards and manorial lords or imperial officials.
  602. Since land was publicly owned, it was generally given by the emperor.
  603. Since late March, 1895, a peace conference was held in Shimonoseki City through the intermediation of the USA, with full authority being given to Hirobumi ITO and Munemitsu MUTSU on the Japanese side and to Hung Chang LI on the Qing side.
  604. Since legitimate government organs established by the Ritsuryo codes were the Emperor and the Daijokan, Chiten no kimi who had no legal basis had to use such an informal form of official document to issue an order.
  605. Since linolenic acid is easily oxidized, once cooking shiso oil is opened, quick use is recommended.
  606. Since long ago, the Uji region has always had an abundance of good quality clays, where old kiln sites of unglazed (ceramic) ware are found.
  607. Since long time ago people have been playing in this way and it hardly arouses the players' rivalry.
  608. Since lyrics started to be captioned along with the song by a singer in a TV music show, a karaoke version of some of the songs was made to be included in his CD.
  609. Since maintaining such amicable relations was a heavy burden for the Korean Dynasty, they gradually increased restrictions.
  610. Since making his first appearance on stage at the age of five, he studied under his father, Kasetsu KANZE and Gasetsu KANZE to acquire the gentle style of the Kyoto Kanze school and the subtle grace of the Tetsunojo KANZE lineage.
  611. Since male officers named Hiroshiki yakunin (yonin) were placed in Hiroshiki, Hiroshikimuki was separated from Gotenmuki by a door called Joguchi and Nagatsubonemuki by a door called Nanatsuguchi.
  612. Since many Shuinjo (shogunate license to trade) issued with his seal mark can be found, it is probable that he, as a retainer of the Hojo clan, was undertaking bureaucratic work, by making use of his experience during the service at bakufu.
  613. Since many additions were made to the Urabe clan's family tree by future generations, Jihen's career remains unclear for the most part.
  614. Since many common people in the Edo Period studied at terakoya for the preparation of being a member of society, teacher of terakoya was regarded as their masters of life.
  615. Since many creative Japanese drum groups are derived from the Japanese drum of some festival, it's natural that they wear common costumes and make-up resembling those in the festival.
  616. Since many crews had caught cholera, it was in September that they finally found a chance to sail out of Yokohama Port.
  617. Since many customers prefer thick cloudy sobayu who complain if sobayu is light and thin, some restaurants actually boil the cooking liquid down or mix buckwheat flour or wheat flour in to make thick sobayu.
  618. Since many heads of the Mito Clan were assigned as Gonchunagon (provisional vice-council of state), it was referred to as 'Mito Komon.'
  619. Since many high-ranking warriors including powerful Shugo (military governor), especially Seii Taishogun (literally, great general who subdues the barbarians) Ashikaga clan, lived in Kyoto, they frequently came in touch with the traditional culture of court nobles.
  620. Since many ideological offenders were locked up in Shujikan, it gradually attracted public attention, which resulted in the abolition of forced labor.
  621. Since many jockeys use a spurt taking advantage of the downward slope, a scene where a herd of horses is broken is often seen.
  622. Since many new adults wear expensive clothes (especially kimono called furisode - a long sleeved type of kimono for women) to participate in the Seijin-shiki ceremony, it is considered to be the best time to make a profit for the industry of Japanese traditional kimono.
  623. Since many of Jokamachi (towns below the castle) in the Edo period had hancho (feudal lord's office) therein, those Jokamachi can be categorized as a kind of Jinyamachi in a wide sense.
  624. Since many of followers in defeated army were absolved, it is assumed that Katasaka no Okimi who joined the Prince Oama's army wasn't punished.
  625. Since many of his works remain in the Ise region, it used to be thought that Shohaku was from Ise, but recent research has revealed that he was born to a Kyoto merchant with a surname of Miura, who owned a store named 'Tanbaya.'
  626. Since many of the emperors and the imperial family belonging to this dynasty have the name with 'iri' such as 'Irihiko' and 'Irihime,' it is also called as 'Iri Dynasty.'
  627. Since many of their names include the kanji character 'toyo' (豊), they are regarded to have the same divinity as Toyokumono no kami or Toyokumune no mikoto has.
  628. Since many of this school's Buddhist sculptors used the character KEI in their names, the school is known as KEI-ha (KEI school).
  629. Since many people gather to watch the shows, they are often held in large spaces away from the main areas (good locations also require high rental fees so are often avoided) and are so called because they occupy a lot of space.
  630. Since many people return to their hometown during the Bon festival period, it provides a chance for people from each region to meet after a long separation.
  631. Since many professors (Japanese) returned to Japan from Keijo Imperial University and Taipei Imperial University in the foreign parts due to the defeat of Japan, it was difficult to give sufficient lectures for the length of the course of study though the buildings of the universities remained.
  632. Since many surrounding areas remain to be investigated, it is highly possible that the number of burial mounds to be found will increase further in the future.
  633. Since medieval times innumerable commentaries were written.
  634. Since medieval times, the Yoshida family also issued shinkai, and these were called sogen senji.
  635. Since military aristocrats started to establish relationships with local gunji, wealthy farmers, and tato fumyo in the Johei Tengyo period, they had a much greater advantage than regular zuryo in terms of raising provincial troops.
  636. Since missing the target at the first shooting, D is not given another chance.
  637. Since modern Penal Code was not established at that time, her head was exposed at the gates of the prison for three days after beheading.
  638. Since modern times, needles for both machine and hand have existed.
  639. Since monogamy spread through the people of the country from the influence of civil law after the Meiji Restoration, it also spread through Imperial family and nobility.
  640. Since monzen-machi (literally, a town in front of a gate) developed spontaneously around a powerful shrine or temple and are considered as a set with the sando road, the area considered to be 'sando' depends on the customs of the each area.
  641. Since more than two tori-te simultaneously shove their hands to take the tori-fuda and often confuse who touched the tori-fuda first, so sometimes the tori-te presses the tori-fuda by the palm, and when the hands of more than two tori-te clashed or piled up over one tori-fuda, the tori-te who is directly touching the tori-fuda has the right to take it.
  642. Since most of Fukuchiyama City features mountain areas, as well as being part of a basin, a broad area is interspersed with many small-scale colonies, making it hard to provide bus and railroad service to all areas.
  643. Since most of empresses died when they were empresses and empress dowagers, very few lived long enough to become daio ohi.
  644. Since most of the court nobility moved to Tokyo after the Emperor in the Meiji Period, their residences in what is now Kyoto Gyoen became vacant and were demolished to maintain security.
  645. Since most of the han bills issued under Asano rule were collected on this occasion, only a few bills now exist and are traded at a high price.
  646. Since most of the hiraki of hayashi-kata are in common with those of shite-kata, only those that are not common listed here.
  647. Since most parasitic landlords relied on their farm rents, they gave the impression that they were parasitic on their tenant farmers.
  648. Since most plants need a specific animal for pollinating and seed dispersal, such declines in the animal community can affect the vegetation itself in various ways.
  649. Since most swords of theirs were made during the Oei period, they are generally called 'Oei Bizen' and are highly valued.
  650. Since most territories of Koga and Iga were shoen (manor in medieval Japan) in the Kamakura period, they were not controlled by shugo (provincial constable) or jito (manager and lord of manor), but when the shoen system collapsed in the Sengoku period (in Japan), dozens of jizamurai groups struggled for power.
  651. Since much content of the "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro" is based on the "Hyakki yagyo emaki" and "Tsurezuregusa," the Chirizuka-kaio is also allegedly a Sekien's creation based on these books.
  652. Since nageshi were not used in tea-ceremony rooms, Sukiya-zukuri style, influenced by the style of tea-ceremony houses do not have nageshi.
  653. Since neither "Kaifukudai no ho" nor "Taisei sankei" was published, both are thought to have been conducted individually.
  654. Since no documents proving that Hisasuke visited Kyoto or met Ieyasu exists, Hisasuke was supposed to be expelled by Terumoto, who had strengthened control over his retainers and had ambitions to own Mitoya which was a strategic point.
  655. Since no domain was able to thrive economically without trading with Kyoto and Osaka, the center of kyo-masu territory, even the domain that maintained their own han-masu gradually began to manufacture masu that complied with kyo-masu.
  656. Since no excavations or research have been conducted, details such as the scale and the layout of the temple are unknown.
  657. Since no folklore on a specter named Kameosa exist, it is thought to be a created specter, and there is a theory that it was created from "亀長" (Kameosa), a pen name for Harumachi KOIKAWA as a painter, who was a disciple of Sekien.
  658. Since no mobile phones by any cell phone company are supported in this area, satellite telephones utilizing INMARSAT, WIDESTAR or amateur radio are the only means of mobile communication.
  659. Since no one brought any food, I often did not eat for days and days.
  660. Since no one has seen Sunakake-babaa and there is no Emaki (picture scroll) or other records describing her, it is not known what she looks like.
  661. Since no other sources have been found so far, historians generally believe that the term "Juraku" was created by Hideyoshi.
  662. Since no record existed of the goryakuso in 1468 and the last sakutan toji was carried out at Shoshu (the merit of carrying out goryakuso at the sakutan toji disappeared), it is thought that goryakuso was abolished due to the Onin War that broke out the previous year.
  663. Since no shugosho (provincial administration) office was established, Kofuku-ji Temple functioned as the office.
  664. Since no up-to-date information came to Japan from the continent, they were obliged to teach and use the existing information.
  665. Since none of the theories are able to decisively identify the author, there is no alternative but to state that the author is unknown and await the findings of future research.
  666. Since none or very little binding agent is used, Iya soba easily falls apart.
  667. Since not many primary materials relating to Toshimasu are in existence, he has not been studied much and there are lots of gaps in what is known about him.
  668. Since oak leaves do not fall until the shoots grow, it is seen as a sign of 'fertility and family prosperity (continuation of the family line).'
  669. Since officials of agata are also appointed, which is an imperial estate, it is also referred to as agatameshi no jimoku (ceremony for appointing local officials), as well as gekan no jimoku because officials other than central officials are appointed.
  670. Since oiran were expected to be cultured women, kamuro (young girls that were candidates to become oiran) were given a comprehensive education in culture and arts such as classical literature, calligraphy, the tea ceremony, Japanese poetry, the Japanese harp, the shamisen (a stringed instrument), and igo (a Japanese board game like chess).
  671. Since old records of Horyu-ji Temple contain no description about this statue, it is assumed that the statue was not in the Horyu-ji Temple since its construction but was transferred from another temple in later years.
  672. Since old roof-tiles and the remains of buildings traced back to the Nara period were discovered from the precincts of the Matsuo-san-jinja Shrine, which is the guardian god located near the top of Mt. Matsuo, it is almost certain that the temple was built in the Nara period.
  673. Since old roof-tiles were excavated around this temple, the establishment can be dated back to the early Heian period.
  674. Since old times, in many homes each person has yunomijawan and gohanjawan for private use.
  675. Since olden times It has been believed to be Emperor Saga's shinkan, but in recent calligraphic history, it is thought to be different handwriting.
  676. Since olden times this region has mainly produced shochu, a distilled liquor, and Jizake is the one Japanese sake that is still brewed.
  677. Since olden times, there have been several views about it.
  678. Since olden times, there was a view that Hideyori was not the real child of Hideyoshi.
  679. Since omuchahan is a western dish, usually, crab meat is omitted or the sauce is not served over it.
  680. Since one-third of the former priests later became civilian employees of the army, it is sometimes said that confiscated properties and personnel from temples' estate were used for the purpose of strengthening the military.
  681. Since only Emperor Junnin did not have bad rumors, she said Prince Oi should be the Crown Prince.
  682. Since only his genealogy and name were recorded in "Shojiroku" (Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility), his achievements was unknown.
  683. Since only information remained was that he died young, his achievements were not known.
  684. Since only one small bus is alloted for this service, it may sometimes be substituted by a middle-size bus.
  685. Since only the Otomo and the Ouchi clans had such ivory checks, the So clan required their cooperation to dispatch false royal envoys.
  686. Since only the husband had the authority to divorce in those days, it was only the husband who wrote Rienjo.
  687. Since only the vertical line of '永' was displayed by boldface, this coin was called 'futoboso' (thick and thin).
  688. Since onmyoji was essential to establishing the code of conduct for both the Minamoto clan and the Taira clan since the days of the War of Genpei, the new Shogunate also had a high regard for Onmyodo.
  689. Since ore (called country rock) is generally large and thick, it is not suitable for making small stone tools, therefore, flakes were often made first then made into stone tools (mainly chipped stone tools).
  690. Since other route busses (the Ono-Shirane Line and the Distribution Center Line) also used to start at the gates from 11 to 13, these were especially crowded with incoming and outgoing busses.
  691. Since our emperor is a god, he changed rice fields, in which even a plowing horse's belly had been covered with mud, into the capital city.
  692. Since our teacher originally intended to write "Koshi" (Early History) to the period of Emperor Suiko, we would like to accomplish the annotation as well, so I wrote you this letter; I do ask you again to consider approving my request.
  693. Since paper was valuable in the Edo period, it was recycled by remaking after collected and melted.
  694. Since parking places are crowded during the event, using public transportation is recommended.
  695. Since part of its premises is on the Suzaku-oji Street Site, Nara City spent about 2.4 billion yen to secure a relocation site, but in January, 2000, Sekisui Chemical suggested abandoning the relocation plan due to a decrease in its profit, whose decision was finalized in February, 2001.
  696. Since patrolling and maintaining the public order of the jurisdiction area were the main function of the Azechi, he sometimes received rebels' attack, developing an incident that KAMITSUKENO Hiroto, the Azechi of Mutsu Province, was murdered in the summer of 720.
  697. Since peasants were farm producers, their chosan led to a decrease in production activities.
  698. Since people believed the curse of Imperial Prince Sawara caused these unfortunate events, several ceremonies were held for the repose of his soul.
  699. Since people called Nakatsukasa Shou by its Chinese-style name 'Chujo', WAKISAKA received the nickname 'Chujo sama (Lord Chujo)' and the area where his villa had been located came to be called 'Chushojima Station.'
  700. Since people light Taimatsu torches at Oya-hidoko (the master fire bed) and run to their respective fire bed holding a lit torch, this process is also referred to as the 'running fire.'
  701. Since people look larger than the statue, some say it is about 1.5m high.
  702. Since perillaketone is poisonous, causes emphysema pulmonum that damages livestock, shiso is treated as a poisonous herb in the United States.
  703. Since persimmon was the sweetest extravagance prior to the use of white sugar, it is understandable the subtle flavors of wagashi.
  704. Since photography was not available at that time and an assailant did not always know the face of the lord, it was an effective measure.
  705. Since photography was still expensive in those days, her photo in her young age does not remain.
  706. Since popular books are reprinted with obi renewed, the obi of the first edition are especially highly valued.
  707. Since port was constructed at the mouth of a river in ancient times, Minato no kami is also god for a river mouth.
  708. Since prefectural governors who used to be in charge of the election became the target of the election, this revision established the election management committee in each prefecture and segregated the election from the jurisdiction of prefectural governors.
  709. Since primary schools were operated by each ward, it began creating education gap between wards with resources and the ones without.
  710. Since priority is given to the ease of songs, the reference tone of shamisen, shinobue, or shakuhachi bamboo flutes is usually adjusted to match the singer's range.
  711. Since privatization, however, improvement has been made to a certain extent, such as the efforts to strengthen local transportation in the Tottori - Kurayoshi - Yonago - Matsue- Izumoshi section, which had been dominated by bus transportation.
  712. Since professional miko are mostly the daughters of priests, their relatives or those who have connections to the shrine, shrines do not publicly seek many professional miko (and generally, only large shrines can afford to hire them).
  713. Since prolongation of a suit increased the economic and emotional loads for the parties in a suit and the magistrates in charge, it was desirable to end a suit early with a compromise, so legal institutions worked to make possible more and more compromises.
  714. Since protein plays an important role in the composition of an organism, moromi produced from kojimai and kakemai with a high rice-polishing ratio is not a good environment for yeast to live.
  715. Since public versus private land tax tended to fall consistently throughout the Edo period (especially in government-ruled areas), it is thought that chosan was no longer serious issue.
  716. Since publication, Kawashima fans have become a major force among cinephiles, and it could well be said that Imamura's book was their impetus.
  717. Since railway construction was specified to be covered by issuance of the railway bonds in the Railway Construction Act at that time, this proposal virtually meant that not only new but also existing railway works should be all suspended.
  718. Since recorded history
  719. Since recorded history, the Japanese culture which has belonged to Chinese culture has had aspects of imported culture and translated culture, and has actively ingested foreign cultures, and Japan has formed its original culture by fusing such foreign cultures with conventional culture, and Japanizing fused cultures.
  720. Since replicas were used for sacred treasure (Ama no murakumo no tsurugi and Yata no kagami (the sacred mirror)), the enthronement of the new emperor will be reported to Ise-jingu Shrine and Atsuta-jingu Shrine where the real sacred treasures are enthroned.
  721. Since rice bran uses a few agricultural chemicals, it is advisable to newly remake nuka-doko every year to prevent the accumulation of agricultural chemicals in nuka-doko.
  722. Since ryoke mostly resided in the central areas, when disputes or trouble erupted in local areas, ryoke usually had shokan deal with them, or dispatched an envoy called onshi to solve the situation.
  723. Since sado is usually performed in a small space called chashitsu (tea room) using unique manners, the tools used there have to be creative.
  724. Since safe brewing was secured in this age, the step was not for putrefaction.
  725. Since sake had a little higher alcohol content than wine from Europe (mainly from Holland), a unique food tradition where sake was drunk as an aperitif and wine was drunk during meals in Southeastern Asia including Batavia was established.
  726. Since sake was taxed at the time of bottling and shipment, there was no obligation of tax payment for the trade at the former stage, that is, at the time of okeuri and okegai.
  727. Since sakekasu is a by-product of manufacturing refined sake, it sometimes contains the rice germ.
  728. Since sanyojo (Kechigecho) were documents regarding the settlement of accounts exchanged between the ryoshu and the shokan sides, they respectively drew up sanyojo (kechigecho) for individual purposes.
  729. Since sardines were used as high-grade fertilizer for the fields, people eat them to wish for good harvest.
  730. Since sculptures enshrined in shrines are regarded as 'Goshintai' (an object of worship housed in a Shinto shrine and believed to contain the spirit of a deity), they are rarely open to the public, which stands a stark contrast to Buddhist statues in temples.
  731. Since secession (of a prince) from the Imperial Family on October 14, 1947, all the Miyake family used their Miya go title as their 'surname' when complying with the Family Registration Law, the same names like Yamashina, Kuni, and Fushimi who were previously demoted from nobility to subject were used as their surnames.
  732. Since senyoze exist in the three types of worlds: the five skandhas, kemyo, and kokudo; and therefore, there are three thousand.
  733. Since several versions of the money were issued in each province, the paper currency in Yamato, Kawachi, Izumi, and Bitchu Provinces were undertaken various people because of the characteristics of the provinces.
  734. Since several years before his harakiri suicide at Camp Ichigaya, Yukio MISHIMA had made and left pictures of his own image of committing suicide in fundoshi loincloth as well as a movie titled "Yukoku" (Patriotism).
  735. Since shaku was formally made of Hahaso oak (Quercus serrata Murray), which is read "saku" in Chinese (pronunciation), the reading developed into "shaku".
  736. Since shamisen was also adopted into a narrative called Joruri, shamisen music had been roughly divided in two: 'utai mono' (lyrical song) and 'katari mono' (narrative), and then they have repeated subdivisions that developed much further.
  737. Since she cannot be restored to life he will hold a memorial service, offering up the kinuta pounded by his wife just before her death.'
  738. Since she could not die soon, she was taken to hospital to receive treatment; however, she died of a loss of blood with a deep cut.
  739. Since she died in the volume of 'Usugumo' (Wisps of Cloud), she was called 'Usugumo no Nyoin' after taking vows by the readers of later eras (Fujitsubo is never called 'nyogo' and 'nyoin' in the book and the opinions of researchers on Fujitsubo's position are divided).
  740. Since she had a conflict with her father, Sen TSUDA around this time, she stayed at Ito's house to work as his English teacher and an interpreter where she learned Japanese from Utako and began teaching English at 'Toyo Girls' School.'
  741. Since she had a dozo (warehouse made of soil) and kept a lot of disciples, it is said that there were no other dance masters who were so prosperous as she was at that time.
  742. Since she had interests in politics and history under the influence of her father and uncle, she read newspapers containing political elements enthusiastically so that a storekeeper and her peers considered her a freak.
  743. Since she had no biological child, she adopted Joganin, a daughter of her brother, Hirosada SEIKANJI, as Tsunayoshi's daughter.
  744. Since she had previously escaped from the capital to Rehe Province, she had to flee from the capital twice in her lifetime.
  745. Since she lost her father and oldest brother in the Honnoji Incident in 1582, she lived under the protection of her second eldest brother, Nobukatsu ODA.
  746. Since she loved Noh play, a part of the Japanese-style room was arranged to use as a stage for Noh play, this room is still kept as the way it used to be.
  747. Since she pointed the location of his deceased father's bone, the Emperor let her live near the royal palace in appreciation.
  748. Since she served as Moriyaku (guardian) at the time when Kazuko TOKUGAWA entered into court, she was granted Juichii (Junior First Rank) by Emperor Gomizunoo.
  749. Since she was a very beautiful woman, her name had a meaning that her beauty could beam through her clothes.
  750. Since she was adored by her father, the emperor, she went through Mogi (coming-of-age ceremony for girls) and was conferred the rank of Sanbon (the third rank of the Imperial Princess's ranks) without following the order.
  751. Since she was considered to be too old to have the first childbirth at that time, it is said that TAKE no Gosho herself was also prepared for the risk of death when giving birth.
  752. Since she was fostered as an actual eldest daughter because of her elder sister's early death, it had been thought that the real eldest daughter was Teiko BABA and that she, who was actually the second eldest sister, died young for a long time.
  753. Since she was given a nyoingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing), some people called her Shinjosaimonin Fusako.
  754. Since she was given the title "Jugo" in 1850, when the Imperial letter was issued to permit her to use the title "in," she called herself "Shintaikenmonin."
  755. Since she was granted the residence of Senyoden, she was called "Senyoden no Nyogo" (the nyogo of Senyoden).
  756. Since she was not a Samurai, she was not punished, she was sent to Yoshida in Higashiyama in Rakuhoku (the northern part of Kyoto).
  757. Since she was of noble birth, she was seen as his possible legal wife, which made Murasaki no ue, the virtual wife, feel uneasy.
  758. Since she was taken from the Emperor's love by Cho Hien, she composed a poem, "Yuan ge Xing," in which she likens herself to a fan in autumn.
  759. Since she was the first wife that underwent Judai before Emperor Murakami ascended the throne and gave birth to the most number of children among imperial princesses, with three sons and four daughters starting with Imperial prince Norihira, she was greatly valued by the emperor.
  760. Since shogun Iemitsu did not have any experience of participating in a war, he often asked Masamune or other feudal lords with multiple experiences of joining wars about the details of those battles.
  761. Since shosei (students who are given room and board in exchange for performing domestic duties) in the Meiji period did not fix the hanging parts of the straps from the leaf knot and suspended them in front, it was mostly frowned at because it was slovenly.
  762. Since shrines, which were old Kankoku Heisha and covered under the Jinja-Honcho that was started in 1948, were originally Beppyo jinja, 'their registration year' are uniformly indicated as being 1948.
  763. Since sitting in the seiza style hinders blood flow, it could have an adverse effect on the growth of legs, causing short legs or bow-legs, and some people tell their children not to sit in seiza style.
  764. Since small fish do not last once they are caught, they are processed to be ready to sell on the same day.
  765. Since soba restaurants in the Kansai area commonly offer tenkasu, along with other free condiments, on the help-yourself basis, the specific term 'Tanuki soba' does not exist for the most part.
  766. Since some moisture is always necessary for the performance, the artist breathes on the leather and the tuning paper (Choshigami, a small piece of Japanese paper mounted on the back of the leather) is adjusted by wetting with saliva.
  767. Since some of Fudai kashin dan (a group of hereditary vassals) were doshin (a police constable) (Yoriko), Fudai kashin dan were not necessarily commanders of mass groups such as Yorioya.
  768. Since some of his ancestries, biographies and memorials quoted that information, at present there are many novels and trade books introducing Musashi's real name as 'Masana,' however, that information is not found in any materials of Niten Ichi-ryu School, nor of the Miyamoto family in Kokura.
  769. Since some of his older brothers died young and others were adopted into other kuge families, he took over as the head of Ogimachi family.
  770. Since some of the items lack content, the book was considered to be incomplete.
  771. Since some of the major ritual days have been stipulated by law as national holidays, they are often called high days and holidays, combining the two meanings.
  772. Since some of the people belonging to schools belong to the All Nippon Kyudo Federation and receive reviews, the federation and the many school organizations are not in conflict.
  773. Since some trunks in the unearthed bronze ware were not restored, another bird might have been there.
  774. Since soy-sauce contains a high concentration salt, it surely causes abnormal values in the exams for renal function and liver function if one drinks a large amount of soy-sauce.
  775. Since soy-sauce contains rich amino acid and sugar, its color tends to be dark due to melanoidin generated from Maillard reaction in the process apart from oxidation, heating, volatilization of constituents.
  776. Since soybean flour is rich in dietary fiber, it is effective as a laxative.
  777. Since special express trains started to stop in Kuzuha Station in September 2003, the number of express trains that stop at Yawatashi Station greatly decreased; Kuzuha Station, in effect, serves as the main entrance of Yawata City.
  778. Since steaming too long causes the eggs to coagulate too much, which results in holes forming in the tamago dofu, it is advisable to place a cloth over the steamer pot and place the pot lid on the cloth so as not to cover the pot tightly.
  779. Since stockpiled gold and silver also began to dry up, coins with low content of gold and silver were reminted in order to gain a profit margin and expand currency in circulation, beginning with the issue of Genroku Koban (gold coin) and Genroku Chogin (silver coin) in 1695.
  780. Since such a fellow like Naoie cannot afford to employ enough retainers of his own, there is nothing he can do but render distinguish services by himself and gain fame.
  781. Since such cookers do not have very strong heating power, and the adjustment of heating power is easy, it is rare to make okoge.
  782. Since such dishes have a relatively short history when compared to Japanese food, there are few regional differences, and similar menus can be found all over Japan, which makes it easier for family restaurants to spread those menus throughout all of Japan.
  783. Since such men were appointed to accompany the Imperial envoy that month, patriots from Choshu and Tosa Domains that became anxious for the loss of prestige in the Imperial Court stood together and decided to provoke heaven's punishment.
  784. Since such surveys had a strong tendency to increase the tax burden on farmers, occasionally farmers would riot in an attempt to prevent the surveys from being completed.
  785. Since sugar is not tolerant of humidity by nature, konpeito is made by the process to ensure extremely low moisture content but, in recent years, the shochu (distilled spirit) injected konpeito like bonbons has been developed and sold.
  786. Since sushi shops not only in Kansai but also in various places in Japan followed this, only Edomae-zushi came to be sold at sushi shops across the country.
  787. Since swift horses were used on the front lines, a Konidatai was a troop with inferior mobility and fighting capability that carried provisions on daba (packhorses) and carts by ashigaru (common foot soldiers) and laborers (servicemen) levied from farming villages.
  788. Since tenkasu has a large surface area exposed to the air (oxygen), it is easily-oxidizable.
  789. Since termination of the Yodo Office on May 10, 1969, Keihan Bus lines were controled by its Rakunan Office.
  790. Since territories conquered by Wakatakehiko no Mikoto bear names that contain a Chinese character pronounced "kasa" in Japanese, he later came to be known as Kasa no Omi.
  791. Since tessai is seen in mishima and other styles, it seems to have been confused.
  792. Since that carpenter regularly worked for the village headman Hikogoro SATO, Oishi began to attend Hikogoro's dojo (training hall).
  793. Since that period, female Wafuku started to be made of various fabrics.
  794. Since that shrine collapsed in the Tenbun era however, he has been enshrined with other deities at Sanno-jinja Shrine, a branch shrine.
  795. Since that time, Kenjutsu which was supposed to be used in daily lives, instead of on battlefields, became the mainstream.
  796. Since that time, he remained inactive in the political scene until his death.
  797. Since that time, ministers or court nobles became customarily appointed to this post.
  798. Since that time, seclusionism in the past was also referred to as 'Sakoku.'
  799. Since that time, the Torii school of Ukiyoe has closely been associated with Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) and works on Kabuki billboards even today.
  800. Since that time, the three roles of "Kanjincho" have been some of the major roles which are to be performed by marquee players once in their lifetimes.
  801. Since that year, the patterns of the New Year's postcard stamps have been local toys associated with a zodiac animal of the year.
  802. Since that, he was under the banner of the Tamura clan and in 1576, he played an active role in invading Asaka District and conquering Katahira-jo Castle.
  803. Since the "Kojiki" says that tumuli of two emperors are located at the hill of 'Yamanobe-no-michi,' it is supposed that the road had been constructed before early 8th century, or at the end of 7th century in the era of Fujiwara-kyo.
  804. Since the 13th seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Iesada TOKUGAWA was poor in health and did not have an heir, the Bakumatsu no shikenko members including Yodo and Nariaki TOKUGAWA (the lord of the Mito Domain) recommended Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA as the next shogun.
  805. Since the 16th family head Yoshinori died of disease in 1875, Yoshikatsu succeeded to the family head again.
  806. Since the 1890's, he often attended meetings where the participants talked about historical incidents and some stories about the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate and Meiji Restoration told there have been handed down for generations.
  807. Since the 1949 version, 'Meiji Engeki Nenpyo' (Timeline of Theater History in the Meiji Period) by Kido has been included.
  808. Since the 1960s, direct trains on the Kurama Line had arrived at and departed from Yase-Yuen Station every 15 minutes.
  809. Since the 1960s, he also appeared in many TV dramas such as "Tadaima Juichinin" (Now We Are Eleven), "Haru no Sakamichi" (A hill in Spring), "Hissatsu Shikakenin" (Professional Killers), "Kareinaru Ichizoku" (The Perfect Family), and "The Hangman."
  810. Since the 1970's he was involved in production and scriptwriting of TV dramas such as "The Gardman," 'The Red Series' including "Akai shogeki" (Red shock), and "Stewardess monogatari" (Tale of stewardess).
  811. Since the 1970s in which Japanese society achieved rapid economic growth, it became very difficult to raise incidents directly through shakaiei.
  812. Since the 1970s, he had to live a long period of time in which he was not able to shoot the films, and therefore, he had a certain aspect of unfortunate genius.
  813. Since the 1980's Kyoto City has planned to build a new footbridge over the Kamogawa River in the middle between the Sanjo Ohashi and Shijo Ohashi Bridges.
  814. Since the 1980s, Akio YOSHIE, Yukihiko SEKI, Yasuo MOTOKI, and others have passionately debated those two arguments from their respective points of view to develop each other's theory.
  815. Since the 1990's, from the beginning of January until the period of Setsubun every year, PR events, such as broadcast of TV commercial nationwide and sales promotion activities by supermarkets, are implemented.
  816. Since the 1990s
  817. Since the 1990s, a variety of ingredients for instant chazuke have been developed and put onto the market experimentally.
  818. Since the 1990s, demand rapidly increased due to the influence of an antiques appraisal show on TV, although most people bought them in the hope their value would increase or as interior accessories rather than as heating appliances.
  819. Since the 2000s, the culture of dojinshi (publication aimed at a particular hobby group), derivative work, anthology and web comic (a comic published on the Internet) developed further and the number of comic magazines continued to increase.
  820. Since the 2008 fiscal year, animation has been produced in a new studio located one station away from the headquarters, as well as at the headquarters which had been completed in Uji City in 2005 and a studio (the second studio) accessible on foot from the head office.
  821. Since the 4th iemoto Koshin succeeded to the head position in the Sen family from Sotan, Omote-senke is the head family of Senke, however, Ura-senke publicly proclaims with no hesitation that 'there is no hierarchical relation among the three Senke' at present.
  822. Since the Amago clan had fought the Yamana clan at San-in district, Yoshioki took back control of Iwami as well.
  823. Since the Ansei Treaty had been signed, foreign merchants were allowed to buy Japanese goods with foreign silver coins, and their exchange rate at that time was 311 ichibu-gin silver coins against 100 Spanish dollar.
  824. Since the Asano household in Miyoshi was Yozenin's family home, they took care of him after Ako domain had to forfeit its rank and privileges.
  825. Since the Aso Pink stones were used to build the stone coffins inside the kofun (tumulus) in Kawachi Plain, some scholars and historians take the point of view that this place and Hinoashikita no Kuni must be related.
  826. Since the Battle of Sekigahara, he remained as high commissioner of Fushimi-jo Castle.
  827. Since the Cabinet Organization Order was established in 1889, Naikaku-shokken was abolished.
  828. Since the Chigusa family was a branch family of the Iwakura family, he sent his only biological son, Noritomo IWAKURA, to Tomoaki IWAKURA, who didn't have any children, to become an adopted child.
  829. Since the Chinese characters and pronunciation of Toyo are quite controversial matters, they will be discussed later.
  830. Since the Chiten and Emperor, who would make the final political decision, were absent, the political administration of the various forces in Kyoto (kuge, bakufu, shugo) was delayed.
  831. Since the Choshu Domain, which had played the biggest part in subverting the Bakufu, was the center of authority, it appears those who had a talent for finance gathered around Inoue all the more.
  832. Since the Choshu clan, however, failed in this and became the Emperor's enemy, the Government made the Choshu Conquest (the First Baku-cho War).
  833. Since the Chuo Koronsha versions have quite a lot of errata, you should use the list of errata that appeared on the monthly supplement newsletter "Sao Fukko" (renaissance of Shakespeare) to correct them.
  834. Since the Confucian thought put a high value on practicality, it was regarded that leaning naturally promotes learners' virtue.
  835. Since the Constitution of the Empire of Japan was enforced on November 29, the parliamentary system (Imperial Diet) was initiated in Japan during administration of this Cabinet.
  836. Since the East Port was designated as a naval port to house the Maizuru Chinju-fu in 1901, the former Japanese Imperial Navy not only developed it as the harbor but also reclaimed the land of Higashi Maizuru area--once merely an inlet.
  837. Since the Ecchu Province was suffered from flood disaster due to flood of river in the medieval period, Narimasa built bank during his few years of administration in Ecchu, so he was well-liked by people in his dominion.
  838. Since the Edo period
  839. Since the Edo period began, with spreading culture eastward, refined and developed Kamigata Bunka was also brought to Kanto gradually, and finally in the Kasei era the own culture of Edo flowered.
  840. Since the Edo period chigomage became girls' hairstyle.
  841. Since the Edo period it has been counted as one of Japan's three scenic views, along with Matsushima (current Miyagi Prefecture) and Miyajima (current Hiroshima Prefecture).
  842. Since the Edo period numerous tea ceremony masters and researchers have submitted theories regarding the use of this room with a single shelf on its wall but its function is not yet clear.
  843. Since the Edo period through to modern times, a 'Hagoita Racquet Festival' is held at the Senso-ji Temple between 17 ? 19 December.
  844. Since the Edo period when Ieyasu TOKUGAWA established the Edo bakufu, however, the position of chakuryu was emphasized again because the Tokugawa Shogun family highly valued choyo no jo (Confucian teaching regarding the relationship between senior and junior).
  845. Since the Edo period, "The Tale of Genji" began to be published in printed book form and became widely diffused among affluent common people.
  846. Since the Edo period, Hanami (flower viewing) has come to be associated with cherry blossoms.
  847. Since the Edo period, copyright of Utai-bon of the school was customarily considered to belong exclusively to the Soke.
  848. Since the Edo period, designs with two intersecting rings were specifically called "wachigai," and therefore, "wachigai pattern with kara-hana (Chinese arabesque pattern)" came to be called "hanawachigai."
  849. Since the Edo period, hanami dango have been an indispensable part of ordinary people's hanami picnics.
  850. Since the Edo period, it has been sometimes said that residents in this area are early risers.
  851. Since the Edo period, samurai families turned to frequently wearing sashinuki suspended from the waist in a 'hikiage shitate' style which remains used today.
  852. Since the Edo period, some people have said that Sadafuji and Soun HOJO were the same person, but now these two are regarded as different people.
  853. Since the Edo period, successive emperors have used Court caps called goryuei (literally, "standing ei"), whose ei stands on the head.
  854. Since the Edo period, the temple has been famous as a place of Kannon pilgrimage and it is recorded in "Miyako Meisho zue" published in 1780 that 'Joko-ji Temple is located in Kujo Karasuma and its principal image statue of Kannon was created by Giko Daishi.'
  855. Since the Edo period, the term 'oson' also has been used.
  856. Since the Edo period, there has been much debate about which records in the "Kojiki" (the Records of Ancient Matters) or the "Nihonshoki" (the Chronicles of Japan) can be identified with Himiko.
  857. Since the Edo period, this fertilizer has been produced from the whale meat from which oil has been extracted.
  858. Since the Edo period, this rite was lost.
  859. Since the Edo period, with the fabric becoming more deluxe, upper class samurai were generally wearing ryumon (cloth woven of thick silk thread).
  860. Since the Edo period, women also described their celebration as Genpuku, and they experienced it simultaneously with marriage, and even if they were single, they held the ceremony at around the age 18 to 20.
  861. Since the Emperor died suddenly, it was counted later than the actual date that he died while preparing to succeed to the Imperial throne, the period of his era continued after he died (The collections of the Imperial Household Agency, 'The record of the death of Gomomozonoin').
  862. Since the Emperor was regarded as the national supreme leader by the Meiji Restoration, the form of a series of ceremonies in regard of the accession and enthronement of the Emperor was defined by the newly established Imperial House Act and Tokyoku-rei.
  863. Since the Emperor's Imperial Palace was moved to Tokyo, it has been under the management of the nation as a cultural asset and it is possible to visit it as a tourist attraction.
  864. Since the Emperor's visit to Tokyo in Meiji Restoration, the Emperor has resided in the Imperial Palace in Tokyo (the former Edo-jo Castle) and thus the Kyoto Gosho has been preserved since 1877.
  865. Since the Emperors who died after her were given the posthumous name of 'emperor' instead of 'in,' she was the last female emperor as well as she was the last emperor who was named 'in' after her death.
  866. Since the Empress Dowager, Koreko KONOE died the next year, he resigned the position.
  867. Since the Fukuoka clan established the weaver stock system which was limited to 12 families for quality preservation of Kenjo articles (articles for presentation), the quality was kept throughout the Edo period.
  868. Since the Greater East Asia War (Second World War), it has sometimes been used to refer to the spirits of Self-Defense Force officials who have died in the line of duty.
  869. Since the Hakuba no sechi e (seasonal court banquets) took place in front of this gate, it is also called 'Aouma no jin,' and 'Nantan-mon gate' (南端門) as it is located on the south side of the Palace, and '外門' as it is at the outer wall, and also '南面僻杖中門.'
  870. Since the Han Dynasty in China, there had existed lands called 'sho' or 'en' that the Empress, the imperial families and the rich owned, which were the origin of shoen.
  871. Since the Hanabusa clan acted against its lord and joined the East squad at the Battle of Sekigahara, they were promoted to hatamoto (direct retainer of the bakufu) in the Edo period.
  872. Since the Heian period
  873. Since the Heian period, a taiso had been held at a temple that he or she had built before he or she had passed away.
  874. Since the Heian period, people have been accustomed to drinking kikuka-shu (literally, "sake of chrysanthemum flower," a liquor made from chrysanthemum, rice, millet, etc.).
  875. Since the Heian period, the Shinhojyo-ji Temple, the bettoji (a temple attached to a shrine), had been stood in the precincts of a shrine, however, it was abandoned by the Ordinance Distinguishing Shinto and Buddhism in the early Meiji period.
  876. Since the Heisei period
  877. Since the Higashifushiminomiyas did not have any children, after consultation with Prince Kuniyoshi, they received the custody of 9-year-old Prince Kunihide for a long time, and the prince moved to the Higashifushiminomiya residence selecting the lucky day of October 26, 1919.
  878. Since the Horibe family was a hereditary vassal, this categorization was inappropriate for Yasubei, who was "an adopted son-in law of the Horibe family."
  879. Since the Ikai of Dinagon was Junii and that of Konoe no daisho and Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards) was the second or third rank, the ikai of Chunagon was Shosanmi in some cases.
  880. Since the Imagawa clan controlled 3 provinces, the Takeda clan, Kai Province controlled 2, and the Mori clan, Aki Province controlled 4, the power of Nagayoshi was outstanding.
  881. Since the Imperial Court permitted to exempt Suo Province from taxes imposed on its earnings, all available sources, in addition to wood, were dedicated to Todai-ji Temple.
  882. Since the Imperial Throne was transferred to Emperor Tenmu family for a long time, Okimi himself was considered an ordinary person who was a Dainagon (Major Counselor) as he was a patriarch of the imperial family.
  883. Since the Imperial University Law was abolished after World War II, these universities are now called 'former imperial universities' or 'kyuteidai'.
  884. Since the Japanese Annexation of Korea in 1910, because Koreans became Japanese citizens, the expression of chosen seibatsu was avoided.
  885. Since the Japanese Army refused to recommend a successor to Uehara, the Saijo Cabinet was forced to resign en masse.
  886. Since the Japanese capitalism had developed in this way, the poverty of the farmers was never improved.
  887. Since the Japanese troops conquered the royal palace, there had been anti-Japanese resistance in Korea -- cuts of electric cables for military use, attack of logistics on bases, and capture and the murder of Japanese solders, and so forth.
  888. Since the Japanese were assigned to defend the government of Prince Su which was attacked strongly, they suffered the highest ratio of casualties among the nations.
  889. Since the Japanese word 'Koshaku' is formally translated as Prince rather than Duke, Fumimaro KONOE, a statesman in the Showa Period, is sometimes mistakenly considered to be a member of the Imperial Family in Western documents.
  890. Since the Jinshin-koseki, the traditional kabane as well as uji were replaced with 'uji = family name' due to a legal basis.
  891. Since the Jokyo and Genroku eras, Chiso added kinran-makimono (scrolls of gold brocade) and yuzen (printed silk fabrics) to items it handles, and continued production and sales of high quality senshokuhin (dyed fabric works).
  892. Since the Joseon Dynasty was the government by law and reason rather than by military force, the envoy observed formalism so strictly that the Japanese government had to treat them more carefully than the Imperial order.
  893. Since the Joyo Station on JR West's Nara Line, which is close to this station, made extensive improvements to its facilities, passengers seem to have drifted to JR West.
  894. Since the Kamakura government troops did not have a naval force, there was a ceasefire while the Minamoto clan organized a navy and the Taira clan built their numbers up again.
  895. Since the Kamakura period in Japan, the words and phrases related to Amidanyorai had been seen in fully flourished Jodo-kyo.
  896. Since the Kamakura period it has come to mean the high-class temple itself, or in other words the status of the temple, and those temples have come to be called Monzeki temples.
  897. Since the Kamakura period, as a general rule, the conferments of a court rank and appointment to an office of samurai who were shogunal retainers were reported to the Imperial Court via the lord of Kamakura, and it was strictly prohibited for the shogunal retainers to receive a rank and office directly from the Imperial Court.
  898. Since the Kamakura period, bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) that served choka (the imperial family or household) with military power was refered to as buke (samural family), nobles who served choka in governmental affairs came to be called kuge.
  899. Since the Kamakura period, hitatare had become a full-dress.
  900. Since the Kamakura period, it transferred its home to Shinano Province and was assigned to serve as Shinano shugo (the Governor of Shinano Province) by the bakufu in the Muromachi period.
  901. Since the Kamakura period, its name was listed among the vassals and seemed to have such a strong relationship with the shogunate that the daughter of the first-generation Shigenaga became a wife of the second shogun of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), MINAMOTO no Yoriie, who had a child called Kugyo with her.
  902. Since the Kamakura period, the Urabe clan (later the Yoshida clan) became the hereditary priests.
  903. Since the Kameoka area functioned as the entrance to Sanin from Kyoto and Yamashiro, the Oji-shuku (a posting station) in Oinosaka-toge Mountain Pass on the border with Yamashiro was full of inns.
  904. Since the Kanbun inspection, there had been 8 such tours until 1838 for Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA.
  905. Since the Kanshofu sho was the only fuyusoden and shoen with government approval, shoen without kugen submitted (especially, kokumen shoen) was eliminated for consolidation purposes when Manor Regulation Acts were issued.
  906. Since the Kara-hashi Bridge of Seta is the only bridge crossing over the Seta River, this bridge was the important point for defending Kyoto, therefore people used to say, "those who command the Kara-hashi Bridge would reign over the whole country of Japan."
  907. Since the Keihoku Town was integrated in 2005 and 1,232 towns were newly created, there have been 1,840 towns (2009-present).
  908. Since the Kinki region historically used to be more economically developed than other areas of Japan, there are many minka that were technologically advanced with excellent designs.
  909. Since the Kokufu where kokushi (provincial governors) resided controled Gunga indirectly, most of Gunji were members of powerful local families such as the old kuninomiyatsuko (provincial governor).
  910. Since the Korean Dynasty was afraid that kokyowa might become wako, they hesitated to use their administrative powers such as the police authority, the legal jurisdiction, and the authority of tax collection, and they just left the government of that area to some influential Japanese people.
  911. Since the Korean Government was at first unable to exercise on Japanese the right to collect taxes nor the right to judge criminal cases, it pressured them in an attempt to put them under its control.
  912. Since the Kumiyama-cho town office is located at the connecting point of both districts, both the area codes of 075 and 0774 are applied to the town office.
  913. Since the Kurume retainers taking part in Otagi's plan were naturally in contact with the members in their domain and Dairaku under their shelter, a triangle alliance among Otagi, Toyama, Kurume clan, and Dairaku was formed.
  914. Since the Kyogoku family was a noble family, it was once Koke (a privileged family ranked higher than Hatamoto under the Tokugawa Shogunate) for a certain period.
  915. Since the Kyogokumaru section was broken through by the Hashiba troops, the Komaru section, where Hisamasa entrenched himself, was disconnected from the castle keep, where Nagamasa stayed.
  916. Since the Kyoho era, mainly temples and shrines were allowed to distribute tomikuji and received offering as Myoga (one of the taxes paid to bakufu and the clan for the license of business) from those who got a large sum of prize money other than the income.
  917. Since the Kyoho era, tomikuji was distributed mainly for repair expenses of shrines and temples, so they applied to jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines) to get permission.
  918. Since the Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa is held in collaboration with businesses, academia, the public sector and local communities, the following cooperative bodies are organized.
  919. Since the Medieval Japan-Korea trade was limited trade, for those who sought to open up or expand their trade, the pseudo envoy was an effective option.
  920. Since the Meiji Period
  921. Since the Meiji Period their title was viscount
  922. Since the Meiji Period, geigi who support themselves with their arts have often been perceived as a sort of dream girls and there have been occasions when some magazines conducted popularity contests or postcards featuring some popular geigi were well received.
  923. Since the Meiji Period, their title was viscount
  924. Since the Meiji Period, they held the title viscount
  925. Since the Meiji Period, they held the title viscount.
  926. Since the Meiji Period, they were given the title count in appreciation for the achievements of Tamekazu and his son, Nobuyoshi
  927. Since the Meiji Restoration, Kyoto City has maintained a proper balance between development and conservation.
  928. Since the Meiji Restoration, people of Shonai Region in Yamagata Prefecture had an unparalled strong inquiring mind about rice cultivation, encouraged partly by their agricultural administration of previous governers of Shonai Domain.
  929. Since the Meiji era, the bonfires have been burnt several times during the season other than summer on various occasions including the event to celebrate Japan's victory.
  930. Since the Meiji era, various kinds of multiple-string Soh, including 17-stringed Soh, have been produced.
  931. Since the Meiji era, when the Companies Act was established on one hand while, on the other hand, Tomoito SUMITOMO (who had no experience as a businessman since he was from the Miyatake Family of old court nobility) became the family head, this tendency became more prominent.
  932. Since the Meiji government issued the ban, nothing deriving from Onmyodo was seen at public functions any more and Onmyodo was also no longer in fashion among the people.
  933. Since the Meiji period in particular, it has been used as an expression to mean daikabuki (Kabuki performance or troupe) in the Kansai region.
  934. Since the Meiji period it has been called by the present name, but locally it is still called Maruyama Kofun because its back round part lies in Gojyono-town and a large portion of its front part in Ogaru.
  935. Since the Meiji period some comic storytellers have had a hard time in earning a living only through receiving a percentage of box-office revenues.
  936. Since the Meiji period there has been a rule in Hakata that a kakite (carrier) must wear a mizu hanten (traditional short coat as worn at festivals) and a fundoshi shimekomi.
  937. Since the Meiji period, Kyogen, Noh, and Shiki Sanba (a dance to celebrate a memorial day, particularly in Kabuki) collectively have frequently been called Nohgaku (the art of Noh).
  938. Since the Meiji period, a Prime Minister had been selected by genro, but Kinmochi SAIONJI became the only remaining genro at the end of the Taisho period.
  939. Since the Meiji period, a new wave of industrial revolution had been gradually affecting the brewing industry in Japan.
  940. Since the Meiji period, his works were sometimes not evaluated highly and leaked overseas.
  941. Since the Meiji period, in keeping with the opening of the railway (Mito Line), natto has been sold as a souvenir (it is said that the first one was Tengu natto), and this area is famous for the production of natto.
  942. Since the Meiji period, jujutsu has spread to foreign countries.
  943. Since the Meiji period, manuscripts began to be set in type for printing and publication.
  944. Since the Meiji period, the Kyoto Gosho has also been called Kyoto Kogu.
  945. Since the Meiji period, the New Currency Act became effective and 1 ryo was determined as equivalent to 1 yen (the value of contained amount of gold and silver of nibukin and purity of gold of 1 yen coin were almost equivalent).
  946. Since the Meiji period, the anti-Buddhism campaign had been promoted by some radical Shintoists and some people who followed such ideology until the end of World War II, but it eventually failed to prevail among ordinary people except for some areas.
  947. Since the Meiji period, the family ranked as Kazoku (nobility) and was bestowed the title viscount.
  948. Since the Meiji period, the hand-kneading process has been replaced by newly devised, highly efficient methods of machinery manufacturing, and now sencha is manufactured through the six processes of steaming, coarse kneading, crumpling, secondary kneading, precise kneading and drying.
  949. Since the Meiji period, the nobles and people who frequently meet Westerners were relatively early to accustomed themselves to wear Western clothes.
  950. Since the Meiji period, there had been no official provision for shrine services by women and the establishment of this dance provided them with an opportunity to participate in services
  951. Since the Meiji period, these manners have been out of fashion, and we can only see a trace of them during formal ceremonial occasions such as a coming-of-age day, marriage, or funeral ceremonies (for example, san-san-kudo, when the bride and the groom drink sake during a wedding ceremony).
  952. Since the Meiji period, this area as a whole came to be included in Chii Village, and the area of this research forest, referred to vaguely as Ashiu Oku-yama Mountain or Oroshi-yama Mountain, came to be registered in the forest cadaster due to land-tax reform.
  953. Since the Meiji period, two-storey merchant houses with the ceiling height similar to that of modern houses began to be built along main streets, and three-storey merchant houses and kanban kenchiku (typically, a two-story frame building serving dual purposes as a merchant residence and shop) also appeared.
  954. Since the Meiji period, type of the caps had changed to the one which could cover the head because people got their hair cut.
  955. Since the Meiji period, various efforts have been made along with the introduction of Western literary theory, which was represented by the work of "The Essence of Novels" by Shoyo TSUBOUCHI, and to an extent some of them produced excellent results.
  956. Since the Meiji period, various opinions has been advanced and an established theory does not appear yet, but there are opinions that the fourth year of Tai** should be the fourth year of Taishi, or that it should be the year of 369.
  957. Since the Mibube department to support the successor to the throne (Umayado) was established in 607, it is assumed that he died before that.
  958. Since the Ministry of Education and Kyoto City took sides with the conservatives while the Japan Teachers Union did with the progressives, the conflict became serious.
  959. Since the Miyoshi clan governed only a limited region, including Shikoku and Kinai, sometimes the Miyoshi's government is regarded just as one of the government of a daimyo in the Sengoku period.
  960. Since the Miyoshi clan was originally like a leader of the local ruling families of the Awa Province, the military power of Awa Province and Sanuki Province was essential for them to maintain their power in the Kinai region.
  961. Since the Mongols were a nomadic people, they were not familiar with conducting battle in ships, and also could not use their cavalry, which they had been using well to achieve successive victories.
  962. Since the Munakata-bon is now stored in the Hashimoto family, it is also called Hashizume-bon.
  963. Since the Muromachi Period, busho who had interest in creative writing and painting appeared.
  964. Since the Muromachi bakufu was on an equal footing with the Yi-Dynasty, it need not be allowed to have diplomatic relations with the Yi Dynasty; therefore, the Muromachi bakufu was permitted to freely have diplomatic relations with the Yi Dynasty.
  965. Since the Muromachi period, because it passed the family tradition down as a key player of yusoku kojitsu in the samurai society, its ceremonies and military arts treated preferentially by bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) of the period.
  966. Since the Muromachi period, chanoyu (tea ceremony) came into style among the merchant class town people of Kyoto and Sakai City, as a popular amusement.
  967. Since the Muromachi period, it has been called 'Kuki' in order to differentiate it from hikiwari natto.
  968. Since the Muromachi period, this rite became widespread among ordinary people.
  969. Since the Nagai clan only ruled the domain for three years, no bills issued by them remain.
  970. Since the Nanbu clan could not subdue Masazane, Hideyoshi sent a military force of 60,000 soldiers, with Ujisato GAMO and Mitsunari ISHIDA and others as their leaders, to the remote rural areas in Oshu (Northern Honshu, the region encompassing the Mutsu and Dewa provinces).
  971. Since the Nara Period, when Shotokutaishi (Prince Shotoku) lived, various designs had decorated furniture and dishes which later were not only for artistic quality, but also to distinguish the property of Kuge who served the Imperial court.
  972. Since the Nara period, high or beautiful mountains in Japan have been the object of a mountain religion, so some people began to implement their ascetic deeds on mountains; subsequently, these deeds developed into shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism and shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts).
  973. Since the Nara period, it has been customary to dedicate horses as a prayer to god.
  974. Since the Nara period, the current site of Kozan-ji Temple has been home to temples including 'Togao-ji' and 'Togao-bo,' and it is said that it was constructed in the year 774 by the imperial decree of Emperor Konin, but the accuracy of these claims remains unclear.
  975. Since the Nichiren sect regards remembering the teachings of Hoke-kyo Sutra (the Lotus Sutra) itself as following the commandments, commandments are not given anew after death, but, in some regions, a ritual for receiving the commandments is observed at Tsuya.
  976. Since the Noh pipe is the only melody musical instrument with the four-beat-rhythm, it plays a central role during a Noh dance (jo-no-mai or chu-no-mai) when only the Noh musicians are providing the sound.
  977. Since the North Kinki Big X Network uses Fukuchiyama Station as a starting point, the network is extremely convenient.
  978. Since the Northern Song Dynasty, government officials and their immediate families came to be called guanhu and they were generally treated differently from commoners.
  979. Since the Oka family's original family name was Kono, Hakku let Josai use the original family name.
  980. Since the Osaka City center surpasses others in the area in aspects of the tertiary industries such as business and merchandising, the urban area centered in the heart of Osaka is sometimes regarded as the Keihanshin Metropolitan area (refer to Osaka).
  981. Since the Osaka Higashi Line partly opened on March 15, 2008, they have run between Nara Station and Amagasaki Station (JR West Japan) by way of the Kansai Main Line (Yamatoji Line) and the Osaka Higashi Line.
  982. Since the Otonase-bashi Bridge over the Yura-gawa River was also washed away twice, tolls of four rin (rin is an old auxiliary currency used until 1953; one rin is equivalent to 0.001 yen) for adults, two rin for children and five rin for cattle were collected to make up for the cost of repairs.
  983. Since the Ouchi clan accumulated wealth by the tally trade and adopted the culture of the continent, many priests, scholars, and court nobles including an artist monk, Sesshu, gathered at its castle town in Yamaguchi City, where a publishing business called "Ouchi printing" was also carried out.
  984. Since the Ozuki clan was in charge of storing documents of the Imperial court, 'Mibuke Monjo' (documents of the Mibu family) are still in existence today.
  985. Since the Peace Treaty with Japan (Peace Treaty signed in San Francisco) was concluded in September 1951 and Japan came back officially as an independent country, "Kimigayo" was performed by an orchestra every day at the end of radio broadcasting by Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK).
  986. Since the SOGA clan had a precedent that SOGA no Iruka had another name, Kuratsukuri (saddle makers), also in the case of Akae Toneri (palace servant) could be Akae's another name, but there is another theory that Toneri refers to a different person.
  987. Since the Shinshu Akashina Bomb Incident, several hundred socialists and anarchists were arrested, and prosecutors indicted 26 people for plotting to kill the Emperor Meiji.
  988. Since the Shokyu-ji Temple originating from the ruins of the Otani Hongan-ji Temple became a subsidiary of the Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, Takunyo, the fourteenth head priest of the Higashi Hongan-ji Temple, was requested to build a new Mausoleum.
  989. Since the Showa period, students preparing for examinations often dedicate ema to pass exams at the Tenmangu Shrine where SUGAWARA no Michizane is honored as Tenjin (heavenly gods), the god of learning.
  990. Since the Showa period, the medical effect of hot springs has been verified thanks to the advance of hot spring medicine and analytical chemistry and the range of users of hot springs have widened.
  991. Since the Soga clan gained even more power, members of powerful clans stopped attending to the Imperial Court, but instead regularly visited the residence of the Soga family to serve them.
  992. Since the Southern Court (Japan) is now considered to have orthodoxy, the enthronement of Emperor Godaigo was effective when he was exiled to Oki.
  993. Since the Southern Court was determined to be the standard in 1911, the period of the Emperor's reign was re-established as having lasted from 1392 to 1412 which is after the peace settlement of the Meitoku era.
  994. Since the Taira clan's army didn't expect an attack from this direction, the action created chaos in their military camp.
  995. Since the Takeda clan didn't have a centralized system, they didn't directly place orders towards the territory of a local lord (so-called Kokujin (local samurai)).
  996. Since the Tamura family had no daughter other than Aihime, when Aihime married Masamune, the agreement was reached that the Tamura family would adopt the second son of them, but the second son, Munetsuna died young at the age of 16.
  997. Since the Tenpo Famine that ravaged in 1832 spread all over the country, many people became absolutely destitute in both cities and agricultural communities, and many died of hunger.
  998. Since the Tokaido Shinkansen line started operation, limited expresses of the Kinki Nippon Railway Company (Kintetsu Railway), Tobu Railway Co., Ltd., Odakyu Electric Railway Co., Ltd., and of Nagoya Railroad (Meitetsu) have competed with trains on the Shinkansen line.
  999. Since the Tokaido Shinkansen line was constructed earlier, the railway conditions, such as curves, are designed for 200 km/h to 299 km/h.
  1000. Since the Tokugawa clan and the Gohojo clan had almost the same military potential in those days, they thought that if they fought, they would have suffered serious damage and decided to bury the hatchet by seeking reconciliation.

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