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  1. Subsequently, FUJIWARA no Akimitsu, Sadaijin (Minister of the Left), her father (the eldest son of Kanpaku (chief adviser to the emperor), FUJIWARA no Kanemichi) died from disease in despair and hopelessness.
  2. Subsequently, FURU no Takaniwa and YAMATA no Furutsugu joined the compilation, and at last the book was completed on January 5, 841.
  3. Subsequently, Genji becomes Dajo Daijin and builds the grand residence of Rokujoin consisting of four sections, which symbolizes his prosperity.
  4. Subsequently, Hanbei MIYATA, in Osaka, made an improvement in the manufacturing process and diffused it.
  5. Subsequently, He was pardoned, and returned to the position of Ise no Shugo in 1428.
  6. Subsequently, Higashi Sanjoin FUJIWARA no Senshi was the first nyoin to be treated in the same way as the Retired Emperor.
  7. Subsequently, Hitachi, Ltd. was selected as a builder of Hankyu's rolling stock, although Hitachi did not have business relationships with large private railway companies in the Kansai District (nonetheless, it was dealing with the public transportation companies Kyoto Municipal Subway and Osaka Municipal Subway).
  8. Subsequently, Honen was cremated here, and a mausoleum hall was constructed.
  9. Subsequently, Honenji Nishi-machi was established in 1929, Nishi Teranomae-cho, Kami Miyanomae-cho and Shimo Miyanomae-cho were created in 1958.
  10. Subsequently, ICHIMURA managed to safely deliver Toshizo's articles to Hikogoro SATO at Hino-jyuku.
  11. Subsequently, Ichian became a jikisan (immediate retainer) of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI but was crushed to death in the Keicho-Fushimi earthquake in 1596.
  12. Subsequently, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA oppressed and prohibited Hongwan-ji Temple lay follower groups in the province.
  13. Subsequently, James HOBRECHT who was recommended by B?ckmann was invited as a technical adviser of the water project in Tokyo, but once Hobrecht arrived, he downscaled B?ckmann's project to a large extent.
  14. Subsequently, Joyo City was organized as a municipality in 1972, and only one town remained in Kuse-gun.
  15. Subsequently, Kaneie sent his daughter Senshi to the Emperor, and Senshi gave birth to the Emperor's only prince, Yasuhito (later Emperor Ichijo).
  16. Subsequently, Katsumoto devoted great effort into repairing relations between the Toyotomi and Tokugawa camps.
  17. Subsequently, Keihan Bus followed Keihan Uji Kotsu and started a one-man-bus operation.
  18. Subsequently, King Konstantinos II (King of Greek) was exiled by a coups by Colonel Papadopoulos in 1967.
  19. Subsequently, Kiyomori increases his power and, with Sutoku's help, becomes a threat to the Emperor.
  20. Subsequently, Kosho graduated the University of Tokyo (the department of oriental history of the faculty of literature) in 1935, after studying at the former Daiichi Koto Gakko (the First High School).
  21. Subsequently, Kyofuku Kudara no Konikishi was conferred Junior Third Rank for his meritorious deeds, which included discovery of a gold mine in Michi Province, and his contribution towards building the statue of Birushana Buddha in Todai-ji Temple.
  22. Subsequently, MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi, as Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province) and Chinju-fu shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the North), attempted to subdue Yoritoki, but because of a pardon issued by the Imperial Court, Yoriyoshi became submissive by changing his name to ABE no Yoritoki and surrendered.
  23. Subsequently, Masakazu NAKAI, an aesthetics scholar who had been the chief librarian of the Onomichi City Library, was appointed the first deputy chief librarian of the NDL..
  24. Subsequently, Masayasu KOBORI, the eighth-generation master, was designated as a retainer to the shogun and restored the original family lineage.
  25. Subsequently, Meryo also controlled the management of chokushimaki (mandate pastures, Imperial pastures).
  26. Subsequently, Mitsunobu TOSA, of the Yamatoe group (a style of Japanese painting) who was in the postion of Edokoro-azukari (a leader of painters who worked for the Imperial Court) of the Imperial Court, and Masanobu KANO of the Kanga (a Chinese style of painting) group, became two major forces in the art world.
  27. Subsequently, Muneharu and three others boarded the boat sent by Hideyoshi, rowed to his headquarters, and had a drink together.
  28. Subsequently, Munemori TAIRA realized the defeat and headed to Yashima.
  29. Subsequently, Nariakira seemed to put to use this marriage as a political maneuver, supporting Yoshinobu HITOTSUBASHI (as the successor to the Shogun).
  30. Subsequently, Nishiki NIMI committed hara-kiri, and Toshizo directly assassinated Kamo SERIZAWA and some others.
  31. Subsequently, Nobunaga ODA allowed him to serve the Oda clan from the Miyoshi clan because Murashige's personality pleased Nobunaga.
  32. Subsequently, Nobunaga further expanded his power and eventually controlled central Japan; however, in 1582, when it seemed he was very close to unifying Japan, he was defeated in the Honnoji Incident.
  33. Subsequently, OKUMA persuaded the Grand Minister, Sanetomi SANJO to agree with proceeding Chitsuroku-shobun.
  34. Subsequently, OTOMO no Fukei fought in Taima with an army of IKI no Karakuni, which had approached from the west, but it is unknown whether Usagi joined it or not.
  35. Subsequently, Rennyo and his successor Jitsunyo had Rennyo's children Renko, Rensei and Rengo represent the Shinshu sect in Kaga and lead its people, in an effort to establish a system to protect Hongan-ji Temple.
  36. Subsequently, Ryoi SUMINOKURA and his son Soan SUMINOKURA opened a permanent canal between Kyoto and Fushimi in 1614.
  37. Subsequently, Ryoo built a kyozuka (mound of Buddhist scriptures) and it was referred to as the "Ichi-ji Ichi-seki-to" (one stone with one letter monument).
  38. Subsequently, Ryuhaku talked Yoshihiro SHIMAZU and Tadamoto NINO out of their intention resist until the end, and the Shimazu clan completely yielded to Hideyoshi by the end of June.
  39. Subsequently, SERIZAWA, KONDO and NIIMI became commanders, and among them, SERIZAWA became the lead commander.
  40. Subsequently, Sanehira took part in the Battle of Fujigawa and joined the punitive force against MINAMOTO no Yoshihiro (Saburo Senjo SHIDA) in Hitachi Province.
  41. Subsequently, Shigenaga HONJO's son Yoshikatsu DAIHOJI, who had been adopted by Yoshioki DAIJOJI, was determined to resume his power while taking refuge with his biological father.
  42. Subsequently, Shigetsugu TAMUKAI, who is thought to have been from the same family, succeeded to the head of the family, but the family was not as influential as they had once been.
  43. Subsequently, Shigeuji returned to Kamakura, and Noritada UESUGI resumed his duties in November.
  44. Subsequently, Shukai restored Ohara Shomyo.
  45. Subsequently, Sonno (grandson of the Emperor) read many Buddhist scriptures, and he was well known as 'a very smart child' ("Ima Kagami/The Mirror of the Present").
  46. Subsequently, Tachihara's faction (conservatives) and Fujita's faction (reformers) kept having political conflict with each other.
  47. Subsequently, Tadachika was brought down and also slapped with kaieki sanction, being implicated with the Incident of Nagayasu OKUBO (there are various theories).
  48. Subsequently, Tadatsugu, as a fudai daimyo (a daimyo as hereditary vassal to the Tokugawa family) became the first lord of the Musashikomuro Domain, with his eldest son Tadamasa INA inherited as the second lord.
  49. Subsequently, Takamasa wandered about Kawachi and Kii Provinces and died in despair on Oct 15, 1576 (age 50).
  50. Subsequently, Takanaga was succeeded by Nagayori ODA, who was then succeeded by Nobutake ODA.
  51. Subsequently, Takatori became Takatori Prefecture, and was merged into Nara Prefecture.
  52. Subsequently, Takenori became a page to Hideyoshi HASHIBA upon the recommendation of Yoshitaka KURODA.
  53. Subsequently, Tenchu-gumi was shattered by the subjugation of the army of bakufu, and Tesseki was also killed.
  54. Subsequently, Tokiuji supported the Southern Court and obeyed Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA in the Kanno War; however, in the era of Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA, the Yamana clan returned to the side of the bakufu.
  55. Subsequently, Tomozane offered his residence to SAKAMOTO on his honeymoon in Satsuma, and was in return presented a short sword named "Raikunimitsu" as a token of gratitude.
  56. Subsequently, Tosa-bushi, Satsuma-bushi and Izu-bushi began to be called the three best-known types of katsuobushi in Japan.
  57. Subsequently, Toyokuni was given a small territory in Inaba and assigned the position of otogishu (adviser).
  58. Subsequently, Waka became a synonym for Tanka.
  59. Subsequently, Yasuharu, the son of the fifth generation, Yasuakira WAKISAKA, served the Oda clan and the Toyotomi clan continuously and gained fame as one of the Seven Spears of Shizugatake.
  60. Subsequently, Yasunori requested the deployment of 2,000 soldiers from Hitachi and Musashi provinces because the soldiers under him were outnumbered.
  61. Subsequently, Yasuyuki, the main culprit of the rebellion, was permitted to return to the service of his former lord, and was reassigned to serve as Hankoku shugo (provincial constable in charge of the half area of the Province) in the northern part of Ise Province in 1400.
  62. Subsequently, Yorinobu would become a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) with a governing province.
  63. Subsequently, Yoritomo returned 33 private estates (shoen, manor in medieval Japan) to Yorimori, and in consideration of the fact that 14 out of 33 were estates that belonged to Hachijoin, we can judge the closeness of their relationship (see the entry for May 24, 1184, in the "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East).
  64. Subsequently, Yoshinaka became indignant toward the betraying behavior of Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa and imprisoned the Emperor.
  65. Subsequently, Yoshitomo was betrayed in Owari Province by Tadamune OSADA and killed.
  66. Subsequently, Yugiri, who visited Genji, saw Kashiwagi's face in Kaoru, who was playing innocently with the children of young lady Akashi.
  67. Subsequently, a conflict broke out that initiated what would come to be called, "TAIRA no Masakado's War", and a number of theories have been proposed as to the cause, but a definitive cause has not been established.
  68. Subsequently, a fence was built along the line (from: Keihan Electric Railway - Derailment accident caused by a stone placed on the railroad in Nihon-no-Tetsudojiko (Railway Accidents in Japan) (1950-1999)).
  69. Subsequently, a newcomer Shinzaemon NAGAI (the father of Dosan SAITO), who gained power, dismissed Yoritake from the position of Shugo, and assigned Yorinari, who lived in Sagiyama-jo castle, to the position.
  70. Subsequently, a player with a hichiriki instrument (short recorder) moves onto the shoku, plays Niwabi and takes his place on the seat of the suekata.
  71. Subsequently, a similar order for the return of documents was given to kuge, monzeki, temples and shrines on March 1 (old lunar calendar), 1665, and the new ryochi-hanmono, shuinjo and ryochi-mokuroku, each prepared in an identical format, were issued successively from July on in the same year.
  72. Subsequently, a system of Bekkaku Kanpeisha was introduced for Kansha which could not be classified as either Kanpeisha or Kokuheisha (e.g. shrines dedicated to people who rendered distinguished services to the state of the time), and Minatogawa-jinja Shrine was classified as the first Bekkaku Kanpeisha in 1872.
  73. Subsequently, a thunderstorm arrived.
  74. Subsequently, accompanying the rise to prominence of the Shinkoku ideology (thought of Japan as the land of the gods), one gun after another in Ise Province was incorporated into the Shingun.
  75. Subsequently, actors who played on the mezzanine-floor, kyogen players and musicians were included.
  76. Subsequently, after the Heian period, the term, 'ujiko' came to include not only the consanguineous members of a clan but also the people who lived with them.
  77. Subsequently, ageo became merely a decoration and ei gradually became longer, and eventually, koji was integrated into the main part.
  78. Subsequently, all the actions of the Imperial Palace were under the control of the government through Kyoto Shoshidai (the Kyoto deputy); meanwhile, the regent and chancellor organized the Court Council, and the running of the palace was determined after receiving approval from the government.
  79. Subsequently, along with the rise of buke (samurai families), their 'shiro' with strategical advantages became important also as their residences, and the original meaning of 'yakata' had changed to become virtually nominal.
  80. Subsequently, although the ceremony was interrupted with the Onin War, it started again in 1475, running from the reign of Emperor Go-Tsuchimikado to that of Emperor Komei; the ceremony was held in the front garden of the Palace of Heian (currently Kyoto Imperial Palace), Seiryo-den.
  81. Subsequently, an article identifying 'the 36 mountains' was serialized in Kyoto Shinbun Newspaper in 1956.
  82. Subsequently, an election to determine leaders was held, and Ezo Republic (headquarters in Goryokaku) was established; Toshizo, as one of the leaders, became vice-minister of the Army and concurrently served as Torishimari of Hakodate city and chief of the Court of the Army and the Navy.
  83. Subsequently, as Kokujin (local samurai) of Echigo Province, Yoritsura participated in the army of Tomotoki HOJO as part of the Jokyu War.
  84. Subsequently, as Yamada nishiki became the mother of many new varieties, Yamadabo became an ancestor of most sakamai after the Meiji period.
  85. Subsequently, as expected, the increased size of the prefecture became an issue, and on November 4, 1887, what was once a portion of Sakai, Nara Prefecture, was once again portioned back.
  86. Subsequently, at Sekigahara he was the only one of "the seven lancers" to join the western army, and he participated in the battles of Fushimijo Castle and Sekigahara, by leading 360 troops.
  87. Subsequently, at Sufuku-ji Temple in Omi Province (Otsu City) he became jishu (director of a temple) and had a large statue of the thousand-armed Goddess of Mercy of about 3.03 meters tall made, and then became daikokushi (greater provincial teacher) of Omi Province.
  88. Subsequently, at the memorial service of Omiya's death, Naidaijin reconsidered the marriage between Yugiri and Kumoi no Kari; after they got married, they moved to Sanjo-dono Palace again to live there. ('Fuji no Uraba' (Wisteria Leaves))
  89. Subsequently, at the time when Mochimasu TOKI served as Shugo, a conflict between the Tomishima clan and the Saito clan escalated into a civil war, involving the whole Mino Province (Mino Civil War).
  90. Subsequently, before the Emperor died Kanshi officially became the third Empress, and on this occasion, second consort of the Emperor, Shoshi, became the Empress Dowager and the Empress Kanshi became the second consort of the Emperor, and the last Kanshi became the Empress.
  91. Subsequently, both Daikaku ji line and Jimyo in line shared the succession to the Imperial Throne for a while.
  92. Subsequently, bukankojitsu introduced from Kyoto in piecemeal fashion and the traditional customs of warriors in the Kanto region were blended and systemized to create buke-kojitsu (military practices.)
  93. Subsequently, disliked by his father, with no luck at promotion, he ended up with working for FUJIWARA no Tashi (Masaruko) who was Taikotaigogu taishin (officer of the internal palace of the Grand Empress Dowager) with Senior Forth Lower.
  94. Subsequently, due to the abolishment of the Shukyo Dantaiho (Religious Organization Law) (December 1945), the combined religious group of the Shingon sect (or the Daishingo sect) was dissolved (dated March 1, 1946) and each sect established an individual religious sect.
  95. Subsequently, during the Yuki War, he also rendered distinguished service.
  96. Subsequently, each ministry created a reward section under the Bureau of Personnel alongside the Achievement Appraisal Department.
  97. Subsequently, even Shugo daimyos with power exceeding that of Shogun Muromachi were born.
  98. Subsequently, for a period of time he was subservient to Nagayoshi MIYOSHI who held a grasp on the hegemony over the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) however, confrontation again erupted in 1553 and Takamasa having lost, decamped to Kii Province.
  99. Subsequently, from Kasuga-mura Village, he took the route out through Shimbo-toge Pass and reached the Ane-gawa River, whereupon he entered Kusanotani through Magatani and the Nanamawari-toge Pass.
  100. Subsequently, he also assumed the post of Sakone no chujo and was promoted to the even higher post of Sakone no daisho (Great General of the Left), while at the same time holding the post of Azechi (Inspector) for Mutsu and Dewa Provinces.
  101. Subsequently, he also worked there as a teacher.
  102. Subsequently, he and Gentaku OTSUKI contributed to the advancement of Dutch studies.
  103. Subsequently, he appeared in "Soshun KOCHIYAMA" (1936) and "Ninjo Kamifusen" (Humanity and Paper Balloons) (1937), both were directed by Sadao YAMANAKA, and became famous as an actor of solid reputation.
  104. Subsequently, he assumed the position of head priest of Tendai sect four times.
  105. Subsequently, he became Sangi (councillor) in 1871.
  106. Subsequently, he comes to be called Rokujoin, after the name of his residence.
  107. Subsequently, he died in Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region) without coming back to the national political arena.
  108. Subsequently, he entered Tofuku-ji Temple in Kyoto and became a disciple of Jikuun Eshin.
  109. Subsequently, he escaped to Mt. Kurama but was captured by Yoshitsune's soldiers and on November 26, he was decapitated at the Rokujo-gawara riverbed and his head was kept on public display.
  110. Subsequently, he established Kiyokawa juku.
  111. Subsequently, he experienced hardships as an apprentice of a book-lending shop and a disciple of a sculptor of woodblocks, and thus returned to his family home.
  112. Subsequently, he gave divination advice based on "Book of Changes" to SOGA no Iruka and FUJIWARA no Kamatari.
  113. Subsequently, he held onto power for a long time, until the beginning of Emperor Murakami's reign.
  114. Subsequently, he hid in Hiruta of Omi province and exchanged information with his comrades including Yoshio OISHI, etc.
  115. Subsequently, he moved to Saidai-ji Temple (Nara City).
  116. Subsequently, he reached Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and died on December 7, 888.
  117. Subsequently, he rendered distinguished services in the Rebellion of Masazane KUNOHE suppression, the Bunroku-Keicho War, the Fushimi-jo Castle construction project, and so force.
  118. Subsequently, he replaced by Sakuemon IX Tsuneaki of the same family summoned to Edo from Kyoto-ginza and henceforth serving as inspection officer for both ginzas in Kyoto and Edo.
  119. Subsequently, he resigned as head priest and retired at Mt. Negoro (Wakayama Prefecture).
  120. Subsequently, he returned to Nagoya in Hizen Province with SHA Yo Sho and Jo Ikkan, who were emissaries of pacification in the Ming army, and had an active role in peace negotiations with Ming.
  121. Subsequently, he served Kagetora (Kenshin UESUGI) for the second time as an administrator.
  122. Subsequently, he served as Sakon no shosho (deputy minister of the institution for guarding the Emperor) and Sachuben (middle controller of the left), proceeded to Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade) in January 882, and was appointed to Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain).
  123. Subsequently, he served as Ushoben (Minor Controller of the Right) and Chugu no suke (Assistant Master of the Consort's Household), and was appointed to Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) in March 878.
  124. Subsequently, he served as chairman of the committee on heredity property of the peerage.
  125. Subsequently, he served as president of the Naval War College as well as privy councilor.
  126. Subsequently, he thought this was the time for battle and decided to run down the hill.
  127. Subsequently, he took MINAMOTO no Meishi as a wife, who was a daughter of Sadaijin, MINAMOTO no Takaaki, who failed at Anwa Incident.
  128. Subsequently, he visited MINAMOTO no Yoshiie, who was the Governor of Shimotsuke Province, and was arrested in Shimotsuke Province.
  129. Subsequently, he was allowed to establish the Kita school backed up by Hidetada TOKUGAWA and Iemitsu TOKUGAWA in the Genna era, and the school ranked next to the yoza (literally, 'four schools,' representing major four noh schools: the Kanze school, the Hosho school, the Kongo school, and the Konparu school).
  130. Subsequently, he was also involved in the translation of books written by George Bernard Shaw, but he gradually lost interest in literature.
  131. Subsequently, he was appointed as the Shitenno-ji betto (the head priest of Shitenno-ji Temple) in 1135 and the Chori (chief priest) of the Onjo-ji Temple in 1152.
  132. Subsequently, he was attacked by troops that rushed to reinforce the Motochika CHOSOKABE's side, and he withdrew to the Hiketa Castle.
  133. Subsequently, he was exiled for some reason to Kazusa Province, where he received a hearty welcome by Kazusa no suke Hirotsune, a local official.
  134. Subsequently, he was given the title of Imperial Prince and in the latest issue on deciding the successor of the Imperial Throne in the Heisei period, this has been valued as a precedent by the group supporting the resurrection of the former Imperial Family, as it meant a commoner had entered the Imperial Family.
  135. Subsequently, he was stationed in Europe and the United States for a year, and then from June 1888, he doubled as Director General of the Hokkaido government.
  136. Subsequently, he went to Europe, where he held exhibitions in London, Berlin and Paris, where he was also well received.
  137. Subsequently, he went to the capital (Kyoto) 24 times throughout his life: 15 times as an envoy of New Year's greetings and nine times as an envoy of the bakufu.
  138. Subsequently, her wet nurse's husband, Dazai no Shoni (junior assistant governor of Dazaifu, local government office in Kyushu region), passes away, and she has been stuck there, not being able to return to Kyoto, while turning twenty.
  139. Subsequently, his anger cools after Onna San no Miya becomes a nun and Kashiwagi passes away, and he considers that his deceased father might also have known of Genji's sin but did not blame him, so he makes up his mind to raise the child as his own without telling anybody the secret.
  140. Subsequently, his best friend, Yugiri, who was asked on Kashiwagi's deathbed to look after his family after he was gone, often visited her. ('Kashiwagi' (The Oak Tree))
  141. Subsequently, his highest political position was Sangi with the rank of Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), which was granted in 795 (His rank was the lowest among the successive descendants of the clan after Iwatari.)
  142. Subsequently, his place of house arrest was changed to Soma County, Shimouusa Province (currently Ino, Toride City, Ibaraki Prefecture).
  143. Subsequently, his younger brother, Yoshitsune took over the reign of the Kujo family.
  144. Subsequently, however, Nobushige YODA, who was on Ieyasu's side, was killed in battle in the northern region, and Masayuki SANADA, a former vassal of Takeda who had also served under Nobunaga ODA, resided in the newly built Ueda-jo Castle, resisting the rule of the Tokugawa clan with the support of the Uesugi clan.
  145. Subsequently, however, he showed his excellent skill in politics, and in 739, he was granted thick silk fabric and linen by Emperor Shomu in praise of his good government as a kokushi (provincial governor) of Izumo Province.
  146. Subsequently, however, the interpretation of the duality of active numbers has become an auspicious omen to be celebrated.
  147. Subsequently, however, this theory was refuted by the study conducted by Takuo YOKOYAMA, Professor at Doshisha University.
  148. Subsequently, immediately after Toba died in 1156, war broke out between Sutoku and Goshirakawa, and Goshirakawa won (in the Hogen Rebellion).
  149. Subsequently, in 1864, the English-style education was introduced in some units.
  150. Subsequently, in 1970s and 1980s, there were not many changes other than the following:
  151. Subsequently, in 1972, Tokai University officially decided to purchase all the books as a part of the 30th anniversary of the university foundation.
  152. Subsequently, in 1985 the Limited Express 'Kinosaki (train)' began operating up to Higashi-Maizuru Station.
  153. Subsequently, in 2000 three large buses of the 1984 model, which had been used for both services, were registered for the exclusive use of reserved bus service.
  154. Subsequently, in November of the same year, he came into conflict with Yoritsugu TAKATOO over the division of the territory of Suwa Province, and beat off the TAKATOO army at Kobuchizawa.
  155. Subsequently, in October of the same year, Keihan Bus changed its then-current controlling office to the Keihan Bus Hirakata Office.
  156. Subsequently, in about 1360, Goho compiled five volumes of "To-ji Choja Bunin" (records of the To-ji Choja (the chief abbot of To-ji Temple)).
  157. Subsequently, in the Battle of Itsukushima in 1555, Motonari defeated Harukata SUE, who rebelled against Yoshitaka OUCHI and had virtually taken over the Ouchi clan.
  158. Subsequently, in the Kanto region clashes continued between the Muromachi bakufu and the Kamakura-fu, between the Kamakura-fu and the Kanto Kanrei, between the Ogigayatsu Uesugi clan and the Yamanouchi Uesugi clan, and between the two Uesugi clans and the Kasai (家宰) (Dokan OTA and Kageharu NAGAO).
  159. Subsequently, in the imperial rescript given in February 706, the Emperor's great-great-grandchildren (fifth generation) came to be recognized as a part of the Koshin, and the legitimate children of the great-great grandchildren were allowed to call themselves princes.
  160. Subsequently, it appears he was welcomed as a miyashogun (shogun from the Imperial Court) from the Imperial families, so the precedent that one could not become a shogun unless of the Minamoto clan stock was overturned at the behest of the Kamakura bakufu itself.
  161. Subsequently, it gained financial stability partly due to economic assistance by the Imperial Family, Sekkann-ke regent family, court nobles and so on.
  162. Subsequently, it gained popularity centering on Okayama Prefecture, but it declined after the war.
  163. Subsequently, it is considered that Dewa no Ki was relocated to present-day Akita City on February 8, 734, and was renamed Akita-jo Castle.
  164. Subsequently, it is said that he traveled and sold "Ishida Sanyaku medicine" whose secret recipe has been passed on in his family; at the same time he also trained himself by fighting in many swordsmanship matches with other schools in dojos located around the country.
  165. Subsequently, it is said that the castle was inherited by the descendents of Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA who inherited the family name of HATAKEYAMA, but the details until the later years of the 15th century are unknown.
  166. Subsequently, it received official approval for the hanamachi, and the emblem featuring a dumpling cake was created.
  167. Subsequently, it suffered a series of fires caused by wars, through which it fell into decline.
  168. Subsequently, it was succeeded by Kintetsu Bus Co., Ltd. (then directly operated by Kintetsu Corporation), and since 1973 the route has been operated by Nara Kotsu Bus Lines Co., Ltd.
  169. Subsequently, it was used as the temporary station house during the track elevation work, but it ended its role as a station house in 1996 when the work of elevating the tracks and building the new station house was completed.
  170. Subsequently, karukuchi was performed by popular duos of Jirobo KATSURA and Tarobo KATSURA, Ineko AKINOYA and Inehachi AKINOYA, and Danshichi TSURUYA and Dankaku TSURUYA.
  171. Subsequently, more lay follower groups came to believe in Kyonyo, and through repeated meetings and partings of lay follower groups the Hongwan-ji Temple groups were divided roughly in half as the eastern group and the western group.
  172. Subsequently, most of the supporters of the Kyushu theory followed theories such as these.
  173. Subsequently, much of the food offered is very tasteful, and satisfies customers (Mamak stall).
  174. Subsequently, on August 21, appointed Shonii Naidaijin (Senior Second Rank, Inner Minister) and Ukone no Daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) with the rank of Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  175. Subsequently, on February 6th, 1904, Jutaro KOMURA, the Japanese Foreign Minister called Roman Rosen, the Russian Minister to Japan to the Foreign Ministry and notified him of the severance of diplomatic relations.
  176. Subsequently, on January 18, 1648, he was granted Kanuma City in Shimotsuke Province and others, and established the Kanuma Domain by choosing Kanuma-jo Castle as his residence.
  177. Subsequently, on January 23, posthumously made Zo Shoichii Daijo Daijin (Senior First Rank posthumously conferred, Grand minister of state) and Daijo Daijin (Grand Minister).
  178. Subsequently, on July 2 (in old lunar calendar), Kobito became a commander of an army heading from Mino Province to Yamato (Yamato Province).
  179. Subsequently, on March 20, 1703, MIZUNO made those nine gishi commit seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) in accordance with the bakufu.
  180. Subsequently, other Gozenkaigi were held to discuss matters such as the Triple Intervention and the Japanese-Russo War.
  181. Subsequently, other institutes (the 'Koshu-do (Training) Institute' and 'Shakugo-do Institute') were also established.
  182. Subsequently, people who claimed descent from sakabe or their distant relatives began to brew sake independently of the Imperial Court and temples.
  183. Subsequently, poured his energies into producing landscapes and realistic scenes.
  184. Subsequently, presumably from the tenth century on, the ancient tenma system went out of use, however, in the Middle Ages, lords of manors and jito (agents in charge of manors of their lords) began to post tenma (post horses) that shuttled between their residences and own domains.
  185. Subsequently, ryochi-hanmono, shuinjo and ryochi-mokuroku, written in the same format respectively, were issued simultaneously to daimyo throughout the country under the name of Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, Seiitaishogun (seiitaishogun: barbarian-quelling generalissimo).
  186. Subsequently, she bore Nakatsu miko and Tara no miko.
  187. Subsequently, she bore him a son (Taifu no Kimi), and it is said that she spent her days relatively happily.
  188. Subsequently, she constantly continued to actively lead the film industry; producing films including "Narayama Bushiko" (The Ballad of Narayama) directed by Keisuke KINOSHITA, "Higanbana" (Equinox Flower) directed by Ozu, and "Ruten no Ohi" (The Wandering Empress) starring Machiko KYO.
  189. Subsequently, she was married to FUJIWARA no Kanetaka, the second son of the Chancellor (chief adviser to the Emperor) FUJIWARA no Michikane, and bore him a girl.
  190. Subsequently, similar disturbances spread to such cities such as Osaka, Kobe, Hiroshima, and Kyoto.
  191. Subsequently, since the timetable revision was made in March 2007, Keihanshin Local Line has been operating only train series 207 and 321.
  192. Subsequently, specialized scholars decided the interpretation as ryoshi.
  193. Subsequently, starting in 1346 such policies were frequently put in place by the Muromachi bakufu, and in 1352 even those who staged defensive wars were given criminal penalties regardless of their reasons.
  194. Subsequently, successive generations of children of the Imperial Family and family of Imperial regents and advisors served as chief priests at the temple, including the historically renowned Imperial Prince Morinaga.
  195. Subsequently, the 'young prince' marries a daughter of the Minister of the Right.
  196. Subsequently, the Arashiyama Main Line and Kitano Line have remained as a tramway business operated by the Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., which are fondly called 'Randen,' an official nickname used since March 2007.
  197. Subsequently, the Azai clan expanded its power from Sakata County to Inukami County, but in 1570 it started a war with Nobunaga ODA, by which the importance of Yokoyama-jo Castle emerged again.
  198. Subsequently, the Election of Officials was carried out according to Seitaisho so the conservative court nobles and lords were removed.
  199. Subsequently, the Emperor was often asked to abdicate.
  200. Subsequently, the Hosokawa clan continued to serve in the kanrei post of the Muromachi bakfu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) as one of the Sankanrei (three families in the post of kanrei, or shogunal deputy) after Yorimoto.
  201. Subsequently, the House of Peers began debating on August 26, and adopted it on October 6 after adding further modifications.
  202. Subsequently, the Jomon people established sedentary life from the earlier period to the beginning of the early period; shell mounds were placed around their settlements and large-scale garbage dump sites were formed.
  203. Subsequently, the Kaji clan, serving as Shugo (provincial constable) in Bizen Province (Okayama Prefecture), raised an army at the order of Rokuhara Tandai (an administrative and judicial agency in Rokuhara, Kyoto).
  204. Subsequently, the Kyoto Electric Railway and Hankaku Railway were nationalized and the Kyoto - Ayabe section came into operation as the Kyoto Line in 1910.
  205. Subsequently, the Nanjo clan began to make actions to affect Mori's domination over the west Hoki by backing up the Yukimatsu clan from behind.
  206. Subsequently, the Ritsuryo saw its completion in the enactment of the Taiho Ritsuryo in 701.
  207. Subsequently, the TAMADA and SHOGETSUDO families came to an end during the early Showa period, but the KYOKUDO, originally a trade name in Edo, has been inherited as the only trade name in kamigata kodan to date, by the great efforts by Nanryo KYOKUDO the second.
  208. Subsequently, the Taira family was defeated in the Battle of Yashima, and escaped to the Hiko-shima Island, Nagato Province.
  209. Subsequently, the Tango domain was divided into three regions by the three sons of Takatomo KYOGOKU, and the three domains of Tango, Miyazu, Maizuru, and Mineyama, were established.
  210. Subsequently, the Tokugawa family monopolized the aoi-mon, but permission to use the aoi-mon was occasionally given to some clans such as the Honda clan, a Tokugawa retainer, and the Ikeda clan of Tottori Domain, a jun kamon (quasi-lineage) of the Tokugawa family.
  211. Subsequently, the areas governed by the Yamato Kingdom also came to be called Yamato.
  212. Subsequently, the bakufu reorganized the system of government officials from the Jige families (for example, the bakufu made the Suino Hirata family control the Kurodogata) and 'Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto' is considered to be a part of the reorganization.
  213. Subsequently, the clan expanded its territory northward, having marriage connections with the Hoshina clan and so on.
  214. Subsequently, the company went into the transportation business, operating between Osaka and Kobe.
  215. Subsequently, the entire Kyushu region was involved in chaos.
  216. Subsequently, the family line failed during the early Muromachi period.
  217. Subsequently, the field served as the Tsujido maneuvering range of the Yokosuka naval gunnery school.
  218. Subsequently, the fillet is sprayed with a pure culture of Aspergillus glaucus, and it's kept in a tightly closed room so that the fungus will multiply.
  219. Subsequently, the first generation head named Shigemasa TAKAYASU (also known as Jukan TAKAYASU) married a daughter of Yuson (友尊) SHUNDO, who was a waki-kata of the Konparu school, and established the school.
  220. Subsequently, the fourteenth Sokan FURUTA (Shigena) moved from Bungo Province to Tokyo during the Meiji Restoration, and in 1898 he started a tea-ceremony association and taught his students the Oribe style.
  221. Subsequently, the government army descended Tabaru Slope in an attempt to invade the Ueki area, but was intercepted by the Satsuma army on its way and gave up the invasion.
  222. Subsequently, the hanamachi was reorganized and officially approved in the Horeki era.
  223. Subsequently, the keepers of the castle were Yoshimasa TANAKA and then Masaie NAGATSUKA.
  224. Subsequently, the kondei system was partially revived in 762.
  225. Subsequently, the list was followed by the introduction of gyoji (a sumo referee), maegashira (the fifth-highest sumo rank), sewagata (sponsor) and kanjinmoto (promoter).
  226. Subsequently, the main branch of the Northern House became the leader of Toshi/Toji, and produced regents and chief advisors to the Emperor.
  227. Subsequently, the major suffrage groups united to form the Women's Suffrage League (founded 1923) and the Association for the Winning of Women's Suffrage (founded 1924, later renamed the League for the Winning of Women's Suffrage) and began implementing further campaigns.
  228. Subsequently, the mikuji were tied to trees to tie a link ('en wo musubu') with the Gods.
  229. Subsequently, the ninth head of the KOTOKUI family, Tomokage KOTOKUI became the Onmyo no kami in 1618.
  230. Subsequently, the other battalions started from Kagoshima in order.
  231. Subsequently, the other vice commander, Keisuke YAMANAMI assumed the position of Soucho, and HIJIKATA became the only vice commander.
  232. Subsequently, the place came to be called 'Tateno' (立野).
  233. Subsequently, the place of ascetic training was moved from the Palace to Kanjo-in of To-ji Temple.
  234. Subsequently, the position of Sokengyo of Rusudokoro was inherited by Shigekazu's son, Shigesuke KAWAGOE.
  235. Subsequently, the reproduction was performed in the Japanese traditional painting method; Eisaku WADA individually started to reproduce the mural in a western oil tradition.
  236. Subsequently, the republican constitution became settled in France through the period of the Second Imperial France.
  237. Subsequently, the running time was shortened to about five hours in 1902.
  238. Subsequently, the scope of those who were entitled to the title FUJIWARA no Asomi was defined when Yakusa no Kabane (the official ranking system) was established during the reign of Emperor Tenmu.
  239. Subsequently, the second generation Tosaku has boosted the reputation of Asahi yaki under the protection and guidance of Totoumi no kami (the Governor of Totoumi Province), Masaichi KOBORI (also known as Enshu KOBORI).
  240. Subsequently, the soldiers of Major General Shizuo NOZU (older brother), who had arrived from north, assaulted on the right side of the right flank so that even the right flank led by brave KIRINO could not withstand it and retreated toward Eda.
  241. Subsequently, the temple was used as a secluded residence of the retired like TAIRA no Yasuyori, a warrior who served Emperor Goshirakawa in the late Heian period, Saigyo, a poet in the late Heian period, and Tona, a poet in the Northern and Southern Courts period (Japan).
  242. Subsequently, the temple's fortunes declined due to a fire caused by war or other factors, but it was rebuilt by Sadayoshi KAZANIN during the Kanbun era (between 1661 and 1673).
  243. Subsequently, the term Hoe came to mean the same as Hoyo (Hoji) memorial services for the deceased.
  244. Subsequently, the title of Kubo was not employed even at the time of Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA, the second Shogun.
  245. Subsequently, the troops at Pusanpo and the troops at Seiho went on to Torai-son (Torai Castle) and to Komogai-son (Komogai Castle) respectively, but their attacks failed due to the Korean Army's counter attacks.
  246. Subsequently, the work of revision continued until December 1216.
  247. Subsequently, there could be found no record concerning the then-used currencies in Japan since the beginning of 11th century, when the economy had returned back to the old material bartering system using rice, silk, and other commodities as a trading medium.
  248. Subsequently, there was an accelerated shift to calcium sulfate--which caused a coagulation reaction in a similar manner and was easy to obtain.
  249. Subsequently, there was an anonymous tip that led to the discover that TOMO no Yoshio was the true culprit, whereupon he was banished, while members of the Otomo and Ki clans, which had also been implicated in the crime, were punished in great numbers, which was big blow for these ancient great clans (Otenmon Incident).
  250. Subsequently, they charged the mouth of the river of Hakusonko where the Silla-Tang allied forces were situated and conducted sea warfare.
  251. Subsequently, they joined Takeaki ENOMOTO and others who were aiming to establish the Republic of Ezo, and actively fought in the Battle of Futamataguchi.
  252. Subsequently, they made sealed packets of ingot currencies such as small pieces of silver, gave them certain monetary value and circulated them.
  253. Subsequently, they moved to Edo on a war ship owned by the shogunate and headed by Takeaki ENOMOTO.
  254. Subsequently, they put some staff by using the budgeted allowance for the private expenses of the Imperial Family.
  255. Subsequently, they returned to Edo led by Hachiro KIYOKAWA, but after Kiyokawa was assassinated in April, the Roshi-gumi was reorganized as the Shinchogumi by the Edo bakufu, and they maintained vigilance inside Edo City and served as the naval defense and guard.
  256. Subsequently, they were often revised partially and also transcribed, until they were newly published by Rennyo together with Shoshin Nenbutsuge (the right version of verses for prayers) so that followers may use the publications at their devotional exercises in the morning and evening.
  257. Subsequently, they were trying to recover power in Nagareyama but on April 3rd, they were suddenly surrounded by the army of the new government; the commander, KONDO, surrendered himself to the army of the new government.
  258. Subsequently, this residence functioned as a strategic base for the heads of sekke (the families that were entitled to assume the regent position or the top adviser to an emperor), together with Higashi-sanjo-dono Palace.
  259. Subsequently, this timetable was implemented only on May 2, 2004, but since then it has not been used.
  260. Subsequently, this villa was given to Katsumoto HOSOKAWA, which became the basis of Ryoan-ji Temple.
  261. Subsequently, those members of the Amago Remnant Corps fought in the Battle of Sekigahara as the advance guard of the Eastern forces, and were incorporated under the domain system deployed by the Tokugawa shogunate; their descendants maintained this status through to the final days of the Tokugawa shogunate.
  262. Subsequently, together with Nagayasu ODA, the lord of Shibamura Domain in Yamato Province, he was in charge of controlling the old shogunal demesne.
  263. Subsequently, town names and borders were changed in 1944, resulting in the establishment of the following towns: Karahashi Akakane-cho, Karahashi Takada-cho, Karahashi Saiji-cho, Karahashi Nishi Hiragaki-cho, Karahashi Donomae-cho, Karahashi Ashibe-cho, Karahashi Minami Biwa-cho.
  264. Subsequently, umajirushi in various shapes, not only in a flag shape, were developed with various materials, and these umajirushi became popular.
  265. Subsequently, various arts of Sangaku merged with other arts and began to evolve on their own.
  266. Subsequently, various clans in western Japan gathered together with the powers seeking tobaku.
  267. Subsequently, when Emperor Reigen conducted insei, discord arose continually with Edo Bakufu, and the relationship with Edo Bakufu became tense.
  268. Subsequently, when his eldest brother MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi joined Zen Kunen no Eki (Former Nine Years' Campaign), it is said that Yorisue and his son Mitsuzane took part in the campaign.
  269. Subsequently, when the Chosokabe clan was extinguished in the Siege of Osaka, the Joshi continued to exercise severe discrimination against the Goshi for more than 200 years.
  270. Subsequently, when the head of Imasawa school died and the school itself ceased to exist, he continued training himself of the tea ceremony at Omotesenke school, Dainihon Chado Gakkai (Japan Association of the Tea Ceremony) and other schools.
  271. Subsequently, when the metric system was implemented in 1959 and came into full use five years later, kyo-masu went completely out of use.
  272. Subsequently, when they became vassals of the shogunate, each member received wages from the shogunate.
  273. Subsequently, with the electrification of the Obama Line, the station became a straight "through-track" station after its railway signals and turnouts were removed.
  274. Subsequently, with the opening of the Sanin Main Line the station became the departure and arrival point of the Nara Electric Railway and the city trams (Kyoto City Trams), so the area around the station developed rapidly.
  275. Subsequently, worship for Buddha's sariras was reignited in Japan and people started to worship not only sariras in stupa but also in a vessel for Buddha's sariras within the building.
  276. Subsidiary Castles
  277. Subsidiary Shrine External to the Main Precinct
  278. Subsidiary Shrines
  279. Subsidiary Shrines within the Main Precinct
  280. Subsidiary buildings
  281. Subsidiary shrines
  282. Subsidiary shrines within the main precinct
  283. Subsidiary temples include Keishunin, Shunkouin, and Taizouin.
  284. Subsidization pertaining to projects that are expected to be effective or fruitful in promoting tourists' visit and stays (up to 40% of subsidy rate)
  285. Substances that may emit poisonous gas, including trichloronitromethane, chloromethane, liquid hydrocyanic acid, chloroform, and formalin
  286. Substantial amounts of cupellated silver were illegally smuggled out in secret and flowed out of the country.
  287. Substantial operation of government-regulated organization or facility in Imperial Court was done by officials from this class.
  288. Substitute for a tray
  289. Substitute teacher
  290. Substitute transport by other public transportation, such as bus services, is not provided.
  291. Substitution of Daishogun (the great general).
  292. Substitution of the Minister of Navy's duty at Washington Conference
  293. Subtropical jet stream flows in the sky of between India and Philippines to the south of Tibetan Plateau.
  294. Suburb
  295. Suburban Trains Series 125 started to run.
  296. Suburban agriculture is active in the western part of National Route 1.
  297. Suburban-type stores are found along Takaragaike-dori Street.
  298. Suburbanization
  299. Suburbs of Big Cities-Tokyo Area (except Kairakuen Station)
  300. Suburbs of Edo
  301. Subways are also a common means of transportation in large cities in Japan.
  302. Subways in Japan are run by either special companies or local public enterprises (public transportation).
  303. Succeeded the name Kichizaemon at the age of 28.
  304. Succeeded the name in November, 1981.
  305. Succeeded to the Chuzaburo SHIGEYAMA name and became the fourth in 1965
  306. Succeeded to the fourth in 1931.
  307. Succeeded to the grand master of the Ogawa school of sencha tea ceremony in 1971
  308. Succeeded to the name after the death of his father.
  309. Succeeded to the name in 1874.
  310. Succeeded to the name in 1983.
  311. Succeeding Manshi KIYOZAWA, he became the second dean of Shinshu University in 1903 (to 1911) and then, for 18 years in total from 1914 to 1923, he served as the president of the university (changed to Shinshu Otani University and then Otani University) which was moved back to Kyoto.
  312. Succeeding from 'Gekkan Jushoku', the chief editor was also Sumimichi YAZAWA, who is an active chief priest of Shingon-shu Sect in Mt. Koya.
  313. Succeeding his elder brother Tanyu, he was invited to a residence in Takekawa-cho of theEdo region in 1630, and became a private painter of the shogunate.
  314. Succeeding his father, he became ichiban hikitsukeshu (junior coadjuster of the High Court) and was promoted in 1256 to goban hikitsuke tonin (chairman of the Court of Justice) as well as hyojoshu (a member of the Council of State), assisting Regent Tokiyori.
  315. Succeeding his grandfather's academic knowledge, he was accepted as a great living specialist for Yusoku-kojitsu (knowledge of court rules, ceremony, decorum and records of the past) and he was also good at waka and painting.
  316. Succeeding in raising up Yoshitaka ASHIKAGA as Shogun would alleviate their position as the rebel army.
  317. Succeeding to Tokikiyo was his younger brother, Kiyotsune KASAI.
  318. Succeeding to Yoshitake SHIMA who was chief magistrate of the Hokkaido Development Commission (alternatively, Hokkaido Colonization Commission), Michitoshi took office in 1871, and continued development of Sapporo City.
  319. Succeeding to his father Tadamasa, he went into central officialdom.
  320. Succeeding to his late father, Hyoe Shichiro, at the age of seven, he became a believer in Hokkekyo (the Lotus Sutra) as his father was.
  321. Succeeding to the iemoto (the head family of a school) after Mineo, the sixth, the husband of Masako NAKANO (also known as Ryuan OMORI), a Mineo's disciple, became the seventh head, Somu.
  322. Succeesion of Toyokuni the second
  323. Succesesive family heads of Tsuchida family
  324. Succesive Heads
  325. Success in Life
  326. Success in Revitalizing the Town
  327. Success notebook: workbook for high school and junior high school students to help them develop career views and work views'
  328. Successcul characters in history
  329. Successful examinees were adopted as doctors at various offices, such as the Tenyakuryo, Naiyakushi, "Efu" (the office of Palace guard), "Meryo" (the section taking care of imperial horses), and local provinces under the Ritsuryo system.
  330. Successful examples in this early time were JNR 9600 freight steam locomotives (nicknamed, "Kyuroku") and JNR 8620 steam locomotives for passenger cars (nicknamed, "Hachiroku").
  331. Successfully reforming itself to a modern nation without becoming a colony of another country, in 1894, Japan accomplished a treaty revision with England which started the process of terminating an unequal treaty that had existed since the end of the Edo period.
  332. Succession
  333. Succession Dispute
  334. Succession and development
  335. Succession as head of the clan
  336. Succession by Rennyo
  337. Succession of Myoseki `names` from one's predecessor is a system or custom unique to Japanese and often seen to occur in entertainment and accomplished art circles (including kabuki, and `rakugo` comic storytelling), which maintain `iemoto` systems (where the teaching and handing down of such traditional Japanese arts/pursuits is licensed).
  338. Succession of Ujimori HOJO was admitted, and his descendant had continued as the lord of the Sayama Domain up to the Meiji restoration.
  339. Succession of his Family Estate
  340. Succession of ritsuryo law
  341. Succession of the Honjo-ji Temple
  342. Succession of the Kyoto Shoshidai
  343. Succession of the Shiba family
  344. Succession of the Takeda Family
  345. Succession of the family reigns
  346. Succession to (the Headship of) a House and Kanreiship
  347. Succession to Family
  348. Succession to Family Headship
  349. Succession to a family
  350. Succession to family headship
  351. Succession to regent and temporary agent for national affairs proceeds in the following order of adult members of the imperial family.
  352. Succession to the Headship of the House
  353. Succession to the Hitotsubashi Family
  354. Succession to the Imperial Throne
  355. Succession to the Imperial Throne generally means to pass the Imperial Throne (the position of the Emperor) to the Crown Prince or the successor of the Imperial Throne.
  356. Succession to the Imperial Throne is when an heir to the Imperial Throne, such as the crown prince, succeeds to the Imperial Throne (position of Emperor).
  357. Succession to the Imperial Throne of the Emperor
  358. Succession to the family
  359. Succession to the family headship
  360. Succession to the head of the clan
  361. Succession to the head of the family
  362. Succession to the position of family head
  363. Succession to the position of family head and deprivation in the early childhood
  364. Succession to the throne in this fashion is called juzen (accession to the throne as a result of the monarch's abdication) in East-Asian countries where Chinese characters are used.
  365. Successive
  366. Successive Chosen Sotoku
  367. Successive Commanders
  368. Successive Defeats
  369. Successive Echigo shugo up to Fusatomo had governed Echigo while staying in Kyoto, but Fusasada returned to Echigo, most likely to cope with the rebellious Shugodai (deputy of Shugo, provincial constable) Kunikage NAGAO.
  370. Successive Family Heads and Inheritors
  371. Successive Grand Steward of Kunaifu
  372. Successive Grand Steward of the Imperial Household Agency
  373. Successive Heads
  374. Successive Heads of the Fujimura Family (Juniya)
  375. Successive Hirashima Kubo
  376. Successive Iemoto
  377. Successive Kokyo
  378. Successive Minamoto clans had paid adoration to Mii-dera Temple from the fact MINAMONO no Yoriyoshi had been prayed for victory to the temple, and the temple cooperated when MINAMOTO no Yorimasa raised an army to defeat the Taira family and MINAMOTO no Yoritomo who defeated the Taira family protected the temple in return.
  379. Successive Ministers of Education
  380. Successive Ministers of Education after the effectuation of the Constitution of Japan
  381. Successive Ministers of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
  382. Successive Mituhide actors such as Danzo ICHIKAWA the seventh, Cyusha ICHIKAWA the seventh, Shoroku ONOE the second, their excellent stages became legendry.
  383. Successive Monbukyo
  384. Successive Monzeki (imperial priests)
  385. Successive Seii Taishoguns
  386. Successive Shobei TAMAYA
  387. Successive Shoguns: A List of Ashikaga Shoguns
  388. Successive books on falconry during the Edo Shogunate are in the possession of the Naikaku-bunko book stock, etc.
  389. Successive chief priests of Otani-ha
  390. Successive commanders
  391. Successive deaths of Michinaga's daughters were feared to be a curse from Akimitsu and Enshi.
  392. Successive deputy director of Imperial Household Agency
  393. Successive deputy director of Kunaifu
  394. Successive dynasties in China laid down the units of weights and measures by law.
  395. Successive emperors took this chance to do their best to collect precious books and make the duplicate books and maintain the storehouses for the duplicate books.
  396. Successive family heads and their offspring
  397. Successive generations
  398. Successive generations of Danzaemon
  399. Successive generations of Gokenin families were divided into 3 classes: 'fudai' (heredity daimyo), nihanba (the middle rank between fudai and kakaeseki), or kakaeseki (hereditary daimyo who were promoted in the periods of the fifth shogun and the succeeding shogun).
  400. Successive generations of head priests of Chogosonshi-ji Temple/chief abbots of Shigisan Shingon sect
  401. Successive generations of the Ashikaga Shogun family also visited the shrine, with Takauji ASHIKAGA offering seven kinds of sacred treasures and a letter officially recognizing the shrine's fiefdom, and Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA dedicating to the shrine 51 areas of land.
  402. Successive governor-general of Taiwan
  403. Successive head priests of Kongobu-ji Temple
  404. Successive headmen of the Yamato Enshu school
  405. Successive heads of the Konoe family have inherited and taken good care of the important documents and records, such as diaries of ancestors, and records of ceremonies of the Imperial Court, including "Mido Kanpakuki," diary of FUJIWARA no Michinaga.
  406. Successive high priests of the Ji Sect have been named Taa.
  407. Successive leaders
  408. Successive lords of the domain
  409. Successive members of the Ichijo-innomiya family
  410. Successive presidents
  411. Successive rulers tried to maintain the imperial economy by fixing the social structure.
  412. Successive sect chiefs
  413. Successive shoguns of the Muromachi bakufu devoutly believed in and patronized the Zen sect of Buddhism, so Zen-sect-style temples were constructed one after another mainly in Kyoto, and these temples became the stage of various kinds of culture, such as landscape gardening, literature, and Japanese tea ceremony.
  414. Successive subjects of songs
  415. Successively, he was honored with tenpai (sake from the Emperor) when Emperor Gokomatsu visited Kitayamatei (known today as Kinkaku-ji Temple).
  416. Successor issue of Iesada TOKUGAWA
  417. Successor issue of the 10th shogun of the Edo bakufu, Ieharu TOKUGAWA
  418. Successor issue of the 13th shogun of the Edo bakufu, Iesada TOKUGAWA
  419. Successor issue of the 13th shogun of the Muromachi bakufu, Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA
  420. Successor issue of the 2nd shogun of the Edo bakufu, Hidetada TOKUGAWA
  421. Successor issue of the 3rd shogun of the Kamakura bakufu, MINAMOTO no Sanetomo
  422. Successor issue of the 4th shogun of the Edo bakufu, Ietsuna TOKUGAWA
  423. Successor issue of the 4th shogun of the Muromachi bakufu, Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA
  424. Successor issue of the 5th shogun of the Edo bakufu, Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA
  425. Successor issue of the 7th shogun of the Edo bakufu, Ietsugu TOKUGAWA
  426. Successor issue of the 8th shogun of the Edo bakufu, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA
  427. Successor issue of the 8th shogun of the Muromachi bakufu, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA
  428. Successor issue of the first shogun of the Edo bakufu, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA
  429. Successor of Kiyomori (period of the Goshirakawa cloister government)
  430. Successor to the lord of Ako Domain - Nagahiro ASANO (3000 koku)
  431. Successors and pupils
  432. Successors of Hiroshige
  433. Successors of Toyokuni
  434. Successors of the school name as Dairyu
  435. Succinic acid and amino acids (created by the action of yeast protease enzymes) create the characteristic thickness.
  436. Such 'delicious rice' has far fewer components other than starch, such as protein.
  437. Such 'quality control' can be seen at Fukada Remains and Kokanda Remains in Sakai City.
  438. Such Bodhisattvas transcend the course of practice of the ordinary Bodhisattva stages, manifest the practices of all the Bodhisattva stages and actually cultivate the virtues of Samantabhadra.
  439. Such Bunjin who became a bureaucrat through the Imperial Examination System in this period was especially called bureaucrat Bunjin.
  440. Such Curry Udon is often served at inexpensive eating places, refectories for students, folksy Udon noodles shops, etc., where curry sauce of "curry and rice" is converted to a soup for Curry Udon.
  441. Such Gunga was sometimes called Guke/Gunge/Kooge.
  442. Such Imperial Families were allowed to receive a certain income under the Statutes, but it caused too much financial strain, consequently, they were encouraged to accept demotion from nobility to common subject.
  443. Such Imperial princes had heir own land which was passed on to their descendants from generation to generation as their financial base.
  444. Such Jingu-ji Temples were led by the Zo-mitsu Buddhist scripture and tried to settle with the support of the local ruling families.
  445. Such Kami and Kegare are not compatible, and that is why Chozusha (purification trough) is placed at a shrine to remove outside Kegare from visitors.
  446. Such Kogi dies of disease.
  447. Such Kokujin powers were regrouped/merged and developed into strong warring lordships, which competed with each other and grew in power; they replaced government by Bakufu and gave rise to the trend of civil war that followed.
  448. Such Kokushi is Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors).
  449. Such Kosa is observed frequently in the eastern areas of China.
  450. Such Myobo-ke were also formed by establishing heredity of the position of Myobo hakase who were originally instructors of Myobodo (study of ritsuryo codes) in Daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education under the ritsuryo system) by changing Myobodo to hereditary learning.
  451. Such Osamedono were managed by Kurodo-dokoro, the office of Imperial household logistics, and its officials like kurodo (Chamberlain)/zoshiki (low-level functionary) were in charge of actual administration.
  452. Such Residents shall, under the direction of the Resident General, exercise the powers and functions hitherto appertaining to Japanese Consuls in Korea and shall perform such duties as may be necessary in order to carry into full effect the provisions of this Agreement.
  453. Such Shiki Sanban is performed as a folk entertainment today.
  454. Such Udon noodles are mostly called 'Kake Udon' in eastern Japan (and Kagawa Prefecture), while they are called 'Su Udon' in western Japan (except Kagawa Prefecture).
  455. Such Wasan chants became widely influential among ordinary people and affected Japanese music greatly; their effect can be still found in the singing methods of Minyo (traditional folk songs), songs and ballads, especially Enka (Japanese ballad).
  456. Such a Hoken system in Zhou is often compared with Western feudalism.
  457. Such a bloody ceilings are present at Hosen-in Temple, Seiden-ji Temple and Genko-an Temple but that at Yogen-in Temple is said to be the most vivid.
  458. Such a book is also called "kudensho" or "densho."
  459. Such a building for sakaya still exists in Hida, the place famous for Gassho-zukuri (a house built of wooden beams combined to form a steep thatched roof that resembles two hands together).
  460. Such a bus, starting at Kawaramachi Sanjo, runs on Kawaramachi-dori Street and goes directly to Kyoto Station after four stops.
  461. Such a change could be seen as early as the end of the Heian period and the Muromachi period but was not common yet, and gradually became generalized through the Muromachi and Edo periods.
  462. Such a change in style is typically found in the following example: The four volumes of "Hokke Gisho," said to have been written by Prince Shotoku himself, were written in the six dynasty style, but "kongojodarani-kyo" (the Buddhist scripture of Dh?ra?? of the Adamantine Place) was written in Tang style.
  463. Such a chivalrous attitude sometimes worked negatively.
  464. Such a circumstance prepared the backdrop for the uprising in Yamashiro Province.
  465. Such a constraint also caused Mingaku to give in to Shingaku.
  466. Such a control system was called myotaisei or ochotaisei, and with this system, kokushi able to secure a certain amount of tax income.
  467. Such a custom might appear strange to the Chinese.
  468. Such a dance (which was danced by a medium known as a kannagi to sacred music called kamikura, kagura, or kamiasobi) was performed to consol the deities and restore their power.
  469. Such a description can be found in several documents.
  470. Such a designation is the first for a fishing village in Japan.
  471. Such a difficult thing is what Zen priests know; go to place of the Zen priests and ask.
  472. Such a dish containing daikon oroshi is called Yukinabe (lit. Snow Pot).
  473. Such a document of house mortgage had to be rewritten every 6 months, and indentures of various shares had to be renewed annually.
  474. Such a double master-servant relationship with the clan's direct retainers on the one hand and with the subjugated dogo (kokujin lords) on the other was long maintained up until the transfer of their territory to Choshu after the Battle of Sekigahara.
  475. Such a fight against the Taira family is depicted in "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of the Taira family).
  476. Such a find is rare in Japan.
  477. Such a fixed lineage of a monarch is called a dynasty.
  478. Such a formalistic structure was markedly different from the rules on administrative organizations under samurai law, which were based on administrative practices and experiences, and is one of the basic features of ritsuryo law.
  479. Such a funeral ceremony is sometimes conducted due to consideration for the outlook on religions of the deceased or in the case of a company-sponsored/organization-sponsored funeral.
  480. Such a governing system by sengoku daimyo within a regional state is called the daimyo-ryogoku system (the system where daimyos control feudal domains).
  481. Such a graceful elegance of the Tentoku imperial poetry contest became a model for subsequent poetic contests.
  482. Such a habitat, whose climax vegetation is destroyed due to human disturbance, is called a reciprocal habitat.
  483. Such a high-grade tea is especially called Karigane or Shiraore twig tea.
  484. Such a historical image remained in some dictionaries until the beginning of the 21st century.
  485. Such a hit or a strike of both the fencers becomes invalid and no points are rewarded.
  486. Such a large-scale tocha was held through the night in some cases.
  487. Such a legend or argument based on a legend that in reality Yoshitsune escaped to the north is called the MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune northern refuge theory.
  488. Such a line indicates railway lines that were originally for transporting deadheads on a Shinkansen line but have become used for passenger transportation as well.
  489. Such a long run kanjin-Noh performance had never been held before this.
  490. Such a mail slot is provided during the period of (in the case of 2006) December 15 to January 7 of the following year.
  491. Such a manner of taking a bath as above was handed down to the Edo period.
  492. Such a method of divination that produces a yes-no answer to the questions belonging to the same category shows that Rikujin of "Senji ryakketsu" had a different character from contemporary Rikujin.
  493. Such a monarch is customarily translated as 'Kotei' (皇帝) in Japanese.
  494. Such a monistical land ruling was called Ichien chigyo (monistical ruling), and the Jitouke that jito undertook to collect nengu in place of shoenryoshu (lord of manor) or kokushi began.
  495. Such a move became more prominent during the Kamakura period and lawsuits over the right of kanno between shoen owners and local landlords occurred frequently during the middle of the Kamakura period.
  496. Such a pageantry festival causes burn injuries among the shrine parishioners and viewers.
  497. Such a person needs to be given the precepts of Buddhism to be duly authorized as a Buddhist priest or priestess.
  498. Such a person would have a bizarre appearance, carrying a dark-stained box wrapped in a furoshiki on her back, and when serving a customer she would place it in front of her.
  499. Such a phenomenon is expressed as 'having weak resistance to lodging.'
  500. Such a pledge is often made in critical moments in Japanese mythology.
  501. Such a political stance of Yoritsune made the probe by the bakufu inescapable.
  502. Such a post already existed in the Kamakura period, the start of samurai-based society, and was called Toshiyori (or Otona), Shukuro or Shitsuji.
  503. Such a practice is also called "Matsugo yoshi".
  504. Such a practice of rewards essentially continued into the period of the Northern and Southern Courts and the Muromachi period.
  505. Such a practitioner, even if he or she studies sutra, tends to interpret it with imagination because he or she can not raise sympathy with enlightenment.
  506. Such a rare Shinsen is called Special Shinsen, for convenience, and Jukusen, a cooked type, is mainly offered..
  507. Such a ritual, however, is not held in Jodo Shinshu Sect because it does not place particular significance, such as the idea that a soul resides in it, on ihai.
  508. Such a sake brewery with economic power also began to produce rice malt which had been done by different industries from sake brewery, and as a result, it came into conflict with the guild of conventional suppliers of malts.
  509. Such a series of his achievements additionally granted him shugoshiki in Izumi Province and Kii Province.
  510. Such a snack can be also regarded as a light meal.
  511. Such a step is called "horei" or, in the language of toji and other workers in brewery "karashi."
  512. Such a story in which a sea-related deity provides a suggestion is similar to the story of 'The Old Man of the Sea' which appears in Greek Mythology etc.
  513. Such a structure is called 'Kake-zukuri' (overhang method of construction) or 'Butai-zukuri' (the construction style like a stage).
  514. Such a style of painting might not have suited the public taste at the time, and the early modern essays on paintings, including "Honchogashi," generally put a low value on Mitsunobu.
  515. Such a survey was principally conducted by Geki (Secretary of the Grand Council of State), Jingikan (department of worship) and scholars of Shodo (various fields of academy) belonged to Daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education under the ritsuryo system) or Onmyoryo (Bureau of Divination).
  516. Such a system is called "nojo ikkan" (integration of growing and brewing), and breweries that grow rice by themselves are called "jisaigura" (breweries growing rice) or "domaine" breweries, being likened to French wineries that grow wine grapes.
  517. Such a system is prescribed in the Act on Promotion of Development of Community Farms and the Act on Special Provision of the Farmland Act, etc. in Relation to Lease of Specified Farmland.
  518. Such a system of control over builders by the Daimyo was handed down to the carpenter organization in the feudal system, characteristic of the Shogunate.
  519. Such a system of managing the tax was called fumyo (the management of public rice fields).
  520. Such a system where a certain clan took charge in the administration of a specific bureau was called the government office contract system.
  521. Such a taxation system greatly depended on systems which closely controlled the populace, such as the ancient systems used to maintain the koseki (household registers) and keicho (yearly tax registers), as well as the Koku-gun-ri (-go) system (an administrative system used to divide lands and regions).
  522. Such a team was called a training team.
  523. Such a theory has also been suggested.
  524. Such a thing cannot be done in the U.S.
  525. Such a trend can be observed in all fields of art and techniques in all countries.
  526. Such a way of arranging letters is called Taito (rising) method, which was used when a person showed his or her respect to a noble person.
  527. Such a way of thinking, which places emphasis on delicate matters, is still highly respected in modern Japan, and most Wagakki have still basically maintained their original appearance of the Edo period.
  528. Such a way of transmission of information on new knowledge greatly contributed to the success of "Meiroku Zasshi."
  529. Such a week-kneed diplomacy of Hisamasa fermented dissatisfaction among his retainers.
  530. Such achievements lead him to gain an enormous support of the Emperor and the people of influence, and shortly he began to distinguish himself in the Onmyoryo, where only a reduced number of officials were remained.
  531. Such achievements led the bakufu to reduce cruel punishments and to introduce new punishments such as 'correctional fines,' 'beating,' and 'tattooing,' but due to the conservative factors of 'Kyoho-no-kaikaku (Kyoho reform)' itself, it did not lead to an overall revision of the bakufu law.
  532. Such actions taken a few days ago are better to be mended" and tried to persuade him, but Izo said in return "But Mr. Katsu, if it weren't for me, your head must already have been slain."
  533. Such actions were taken with Shinsen-gumi's position, still weak at the time, in consideration.
  534. Such activities by Youth Groups of Osaka City played a part in the spread of danjiri-bayashi.
  535. Such activities for dissemination and systemization were continued by Hoso HOUNSAI, the fifteenth head of the Urasenke school, who has applied his efforts, in particular, to promotion abroad.
  536. Such activities were called yomu undo (Western Affair Movement).
  537. Such acts of using false money or devalued currency were called 'degradation of money.'
  538. Such actual usage of akari shoji led to the contrivance of koshidaka shoji (tall skirted sliding screen), that is an akari shoji with the lower half covered with a wooden panel to protect it from the rain.
  539. Such aesthetic characters are called Sho.
  540. Such aides of the In succeeded in their careers through their individual relationships as aides serving under the Joko, and thereby increased their power.
  541. Such an Emperor would occasionally participate in governing the nation even after abdication, on the grounds that he, as 'the head of the Imperial Family,' was overseeing the young Emperor.
  542. Such an act is called an erizeni act.
  543. Such an admonition was a risky action that sometimes makes the lord angry and that the retainers who admonished might be slain by the lord himself, but to admonish was a duty for vassals to observe.
  544. Such an adultery theory remained until the prewar period based on Confucian misogyny whereby the femininity of Empress Koken was disdained, albeit lacking specific historical sources.
  545. Such an aspect of the radical and principled thinking is considered to be one of the causes.
  546. Such an aspect that the Shoya or Nanushi represented to the village is known as 'Soudaikinou.'
  547. Such an example exists with the present rakugo (storytelling) artist Shota SHUNPUTEI, who became a leader in his genre while preserving his `preliminary` zenza-me.
  548. Such an expansion of the forest area where tress were cut devastated the forest in an increasingly serious manner at the same time.
  549. Such an extensive forest destruction not only threatened the supply of timber, but also triggered various disasters in the Japanese archipelago, including increased wildfires, intensified damage by typhoons, and frequent river flooding.
  550. Such an idea did not change basically even in the shogunate system when civil suits increased due to activated trade and craft, and the judiciary system was entirely for performances of criminal trials, so that the people could not ask for trials as their own rights.
  551. Such an old type collective dwelling appears also in popular comics, such as 'Yojohan Series' (series of four-and-a-half-mat room stories) ("Otoko Oidon" (I am a Man), etc.) by Reiji MATSUMOTO.
  552. Such and such daisho' (general), 'such and such bugyo,' 'kumigashira' (captain), 'ban gashira' (head of a group) 'mono gashira' (military commander) ('such and such' is replaced by samurai, samurai, ashigaru, teppo, yari, yumi, and so on) refer to commanders of the sonae or the captains of various troops under the commanders.
  553. Such anecdotes still remain on record.
  554. Such appointments were conducted also for the purpose of preventing secrets from being leaked to the side of the Retired Emperor Heizei.
  555. Such areas exist in Kiryu City, Gunma Prefecture, and in Higashi-Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture.
  556. Such art came to be called "sarugaku" before long and became the prototype of the art which is currently known as Noh.
  557. Such articles can be seen in neither Chinese history books which Nihonshoki referred to nor later Japanese history books such as 'Shoku Nihongi.'
  558. Such as Musumeyaku (a daughter role-player), Tateyaku (a male lead of the Kabuki troupe), Babayaku (an old woman role-player), this play allows Kabuki actors plays a completely different role, it's often chosen for the name-taking ceremony play.
  559. Such as celestial beings
  560. Such as takagozen (high small dining table) and nakagozen (small dining table of medium height)
  561. Such as the Taiwan Sotoku-fu, Kankoku Sotoku-fu, Chosen Sotoku-fu, Kanto Sotoku-fu or Kantototoku-fu (Japan's Guandong Governor-General Office).
  562. Such assemblies predated the implementation of the 'Haitorei' decrees abolishing the wearing of swords in public and 'Shimin byodo' (equality of the four classes), and only provided a platform where samurai from domains other than Satsuma, Choshu, Tosa, and Hizen gave vent to dissatisfaction, insisting on the protection of their privileges.
  563. Such attempts of direct control and management of land and people by the government can be considered to be linked with the Kinden system of later years.
  564. Such attitude can be seen not only when he consulted the Oshima-bon manuscript, the original text, but also when he referred to other various manuscripts he used for collation.
  565. Such attitude moved the hearts of future generations, which constituted the foundation of embellishment through stories and the like.
  566. Such background brought about the custom under which an emperor would pass the throne on to the successor at an early stage, and became a retired emperor to act as the top decision maker and dealt with foreign policy (China), while the new emperor dealt with domestic affairs.
  567. Such baiu is called "karatsuyu."
  568. Such behaviors represent his cultivated manner and character on the stage.'
  569. Such being the case, in order to have a stable administration, the government needed to cooperate with the majority party and other parties with many seats in the parliament.
  570. Such being the case, the Geishogi Kaiho Rei didn't really function as a law; thus it didn't make a big difference in the condition of those women.
  571. Such big switch of diplomatic policies of the Qing dynasty was carried out by Grand Prince Yixin and Wenxiang who played leading role in political situations of the Qing dynasty after the Arrow War.
  572. Such bikuni went around the country, which led to the creation of the Haooyaku-bikuni (Yao-bikuni) legend.
  573. Such bills were submitted nine times but fell through.
  574. Such biographies were called Koden.
  575. Such bold diagonal lines were rarely seen in paintings prior to Japonism.
  576. Such bottled hot spring water gained a good reputation and since then, the notion of "hot spring was water to drink," namely the practice of drinking hot spring water took root as culture.
  577. Such boxes are the imitation of sen-ryo-bako in the Edo period, and they can store valuable goods from millions to tens of millions of yen (currency).
  578. Such buildings are representative of the tradition of the Kameoka area.
  579. Such businessmen then started to take items as collateral and built earthen storehouses in which to store them.
  580. Such cases are called Kokushi kasei joso (peasants' appeals or armed struggles against kokushi), among which the case of FUJIWARA no Motonaga, the kokushi in Owari Province, is well known.
  581. Such cases can be seen when a Kuramoto markets the sake as 'yondan-jikomi' to consumers who do not know much about Japanese sake and tend to misinterpret it.
  582. Such cases were dramatized in Kyogen play formats know as "oie-mono (family feud tales)" and spread to the public also through "kodan" storytelling, coming well known among the people of Edo.
  583. Such cases were found in large numbers in Kanto and Kinki areas where former Shogunate territories, hatamoto-dominated areas and domain territories were scatteringly located.
  584. Such centralized ruling of lands refers to ichien chigyo (monistic ruling), and establishment of the jitouke system (the contract system where the manor's owner entrusts a jito to manage his manor and pay the customs) started in Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region).
  585. Such challenges to new writing styles were not performed not only in the field of literature but also in contemporary newspaper and magazine articles concurrently.
  586. Such change in color of the sugitama plays a role of a sign to signal the status of storage and maturing of new sake in the brewery.
  587. Such changes and innovations occurred in the process of adaptation in Japan after their introduction from the Asian continent.
  588. Such changes bring some breweries a new management style called toji-ken-kuramoto (toji and brewer) or owner Meister, in which a brewery owner also works as a toji.
  589. Such changes in the tea production methods were made clear through literature and material from the middle ages and early-modern times.
  590. Such changes were minor in comparison with the Gregorian reform.
  591. Such childhood names were in use primarily from the Heian through to the Edo periods for the children of military or noble families during their childhoods, and most often ceased to be used once the child passed through the coming of age ceremony and received his imina (real name) for adulthood.
  592. Such chill is called "tsuyu samu" or "tsuyubie."
  593. Such circumstance influenced the decision, Yoritomo escaped a death punishment to lower one and was exiled to Hiruga-kojima Island in Izu Province on April 25 (March 11 based on the old lunar calendar).
  594. Such circumstances detailed in "Sarashina Nikki," by a daughter of SUGAWARA no Takasue.
  595. Such color of sake is appreciated by those who are fond of drinking sake.
  596. Such composition of anthology follows the segmentation of Chokusen wakashu (anthology of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command).
  597. Such condition is reached, koji is removed from kojimuro.
  598. Such conditions are very dangerous, and the rate of death among such infants is high.
  599. Such conditions was satirized by a saying, 'The famous features in Edo are Ise-ya, Inari (god of harvests, Uka-no-Mitama) and excrement of dogs.'
  600. Such configuration of tea rooms was also incorporated in temples and samurai residences with huge premises, and the Chatei stylized as in the current tea ceremony is equipped with Nakakuguri (a type of middle gate used to divide an outer tea garden from an inner tea garden), Koshikake-Machiai, and Tsukubai.
  601. Such confrontation between the conservatives and the reformists were quite similar to the one between the manuscript school and the monument school in Qing.
  602. Such confusion and inconsistency is found in articles of "Kugyo bunin" and "Sonpi Bunmyaku."
  603. Such confusion of "zi" and "di", or of "zu" and "du", is called the confusion of yotsu-gana (four kana characters).
  604. Such consideration for subordinates made his direct subordinates swear loyalty to Mitsuhide.
  605. Such consideration for vassals was rare among other military commanders.
  606. Such consideration is already seen in the 'Okuiri,' which is said to be the first commentary on the Tale of Genji.
  607. Such constructions that produce similar effects with simple mechanism include clappers as well as gravel and pebbles spread all over the garden.
  608. Such contractors included Gofuku-ya kimono shops, itowappu nakama (the thread tally union), officers of gin-za (an organization in charge of casting and appraising of silver during the Edo period) and other influential townspeople.
  609. Such corrections makes the figure into a perfect cylinder.
  610. Such criminals were imposed tegusari penalty (confinement to one's residence and restraint in behavior with handcuffs on the wrists) and taken to yadoazuke (choazuke) (taken to an inn where people who are on a lawsuit-related business trip stayed) in the city or muraazuke (taken to a village officer's house) in the country.
  611. Such custom can be seen in tokanya, too.
  612. Such custom was seen in the ancient South China.
  613. Such customs have survived only in some old-established families and are not commonly observed today.
  614. Such customs spread to the public and the act of inviting relatives and friends at the beginning of the year was called 'Oban burumai,' 'Sechi burumai,' and this is said to be the origin of 'Oban burumai (being generous).'
  615. Such daimyo all over Japan fought with each other and split into a group for Nobunaga and a group against Nobunaga.
  616. Such daimyo were also respectfully called 'uesama.'
  617. Such dango with sweet soy-sauce flavoring is more popular in the whole country.
  618. Such deep-fried umeboshi is usually served for Hashi-yasume (different-kinds-of tasteful enjoyable dishes.)
  619. Such description can be also seen in "Soshi" (a book written by Zhuangzi).
  620. Such description is seen in history book such as 'Seisho' (a history book about Qi Dynasty).
  621. Such descriptions in the journal suggest that the author in fact portrayed the interior of the stone chambers of the tumulus.
  622. Such development of arable land was promoted by the Ritsuryo code-based government to make Buddhism more prosperous.
  623. Such development, however, didn't progress very much because its climate was not as humid as that of Japan and the practice of bathing was not prevalent among the white people who settled there.
  624. Such developments are also used when converting large factories in city centers into residential areas.
  625. Such difference may occur because, for instance, each Ajari had learned in different schools other than Chuin school.
  626. Such differences are significant on the Nijyusankaiki, Nijyugokaiki, Nijyushichikaiki and Sanjyushichikaiki.
  627. Such differences may have been a reflection of the strength in government power and the state of development of a system for private ownership of land and an exchange economy.
  628. Such differences, however, do not alter the fact that a major reform occurred under the regime of Emperor Kotoku, and the contents of the edict are thought to be based on the principle of Odo Omin (the fundamental principle that all people and land belong to the Emperor) which led to the Ritsuryo system later adopted in Japan.
  629. Such direct petitions had rapidly increased during the Cloister-government period.
  630. Such dishes are difficult to prepare at home, troublesome or relatively expensive.
  631. Such dividend to the employees enhanced their motivation to work, which was the method of management that had been traditionally applied by Omi merchants.
  632. Such documents were written according to the following format; the vassal's name came first and then details regarding the facts of the vassal's superior military valor were stated (often with the words: 'I report our superior military valor.')
  633. Such drums tightened with string are the main types.
  634. Such eating style is popular in regions manufacturing Musashino Udon noodles as well as in north Kanto.
  635. Such economic development was resulted from production of gold, silver and copper in large amount due to mine development such as Innai Silver Mine, and a lot of foreign goods were imported to Japan in exchange for gold and so on.
  636. Such education resulted in producing a lot of so-called 'normal school type teachers' who were rigid, narrow-minded, and stereotyped, emphasizing formalism, authoritarianism, blind obedience, etc., which had already been a problem in prewar days, too.
  637. Such empresses are scholarly called 'Hisaigou no Kogo' (an empress who is not wife of an emperor) and there are eleven of these cases in total.
  638. Such episodes seem to have given rise to the image of his travels across the country.
  639. Such examples and issues are closely related to regional promotion, and since there is no end to this kind of problem, minimizing environmental stress for kofun and landscape protection are future issues.
  640. Such examples are Goshiki-zuka Kofun and Mori Shogun-zuka Kofun, which have both been restored to their original states.
  641. Such examples are kenchi (land survey) and hitogaeshi (people who had moved to other land and then returned to their original land according to agreements between feudal lords) agreements between kokujin.
  642. Such examples are seen in "Matsukaze (in Noh)" and "Hagoromo."
  643. Such examples are usually dressed up by the compilers; first of all, it is impossible for the compilers in later ages to know what Hirokazu himself was thinking.
  644. Such excellent literary works as "Koshoku ichidai otoko" (Life of an amorous man) by Saikaku IHARA were written as Kana Zoshi, which later came to be distinguished as Ukiyo Zoshi (stories of the floating world).
  645. Such expressions are not used so often in the recent years.
  646. Such facilities had already been withdrawn.
  647. Such facts have been questioned, due to the alliance between Yoshimoto after he succeeded as head of the family and because Nobutora was unclear owing to the timing difference (according to Shunroku SHIBATSUJI's perspective).
  648. Such fans were important exports from Japan in the trade between Japan and the Sung Dynasty in China.
  649. Such farmland was originally cultivated by the feudal lord using peasants as a labor force, and those who cultivated wasteland were usually permitted the right to collect all the crops of the applicable ground in the end of ancient times and medieval times.
  650. Such feelings of Godaigo are expressed on how extensively he developed his policies after starting to take up governmental affairs.
  651. Such festive music began during the Edo period.
  652. Such fish has a rich flavor of sake, which goes very well with alcoholic drinks.
  653. Such flexibility in the title of kodenbukuro is also seen by other sects' believers as monto mono shirazu.
  654. Such flexibility is characteristic of sankyoku gasso.
  655. Such foreign settlements are also referred to simply as "settlements."
  656. Such foreigners were invited to Japan by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and by various regional domains; beginning in the Meiji period, they were invited by the new Meiji government, prefectural offices, or by the private sector.
  657. Such forms as i-dan (i-grade) conjugation plus postfix 'hin' and 'e' dan (e-grade) plus 'hen' are both the conversion from imperfective forms plus 'yahen.'
  658. Such furnishings are allowed to be rearranged in accordance with season, guest's purpose, etc.
  659. Such general-purpose rice is generally low-priced compared to shuzo koteki mai, and it's often used for nihonshu futsushu (ordinary sake).
  660. Such genius and high level of technology were inherited by rice developed in the private sector, such as Yamasake No. 4, Kamesui, Sake mirai, Tatsu no otoshigo and Ushu homare.
  661. Such glowing evaluations were heaped upon him after his death, with some people worshipping of him as a deity of calligraphy.
  662. Such gods are believed to become a so-called "Yokai" (specter) and bring misfortune when malignant and happiness when tranquil.
  663. Such governance philosophy that highly valued bureaucrats (or government officials) and laws culminated in the introduction of the ritsuryo system (the system of centralized administration established under the ritsuryo legal codes), since it shared the same governance principle.
  664. Such hairpins are known as 'nakaware-kogai' which could be disassembled into two parts.
  665. Such halls are also known as Soshi-do, Miei-do, Goei-do and Ei-do.
  666. Such hard feelings exploded at the end of Edo period when a young man called Shoin YOSHIDA appeared.
  667. Such harsh weather conditions are regarded as the biggest factor of the disaster.
  668. Such heat influences chemical ingredients in moromi, in particular organic acids and generates ingredients that cause zatsumi.
  669. Such heredity system through reigns of the family was also seen within the Imperial Family, and Insei (rule by the retired Emperor), which intermittently continued from the retired Emperor Shirakawa until the Muromachi period for form's sake, can be seen as heredity of household management within the Imperial Family.
  670. Such hot springs were either owned by temples/shrines or co-owned by neighboring communities.
  671. Such household words in the setsuyoshu were basically arranged in 'iroha order' (traditional Japanese alphabetical order).
  672. Such houses were concentrated in one block so that the official authority could control security and public morals.
  673. Such images are highly appreciated for a gotochi (local) song that highly regards the locality and folk song with serious lyrics.
  674. Such images of Kagetoki took a firm hold in the Edo period when popular culture reached a height.
  675. Such impatient as well as nearsighted action by Yorinaga evoked the rage of the Retired Emperor Toba and this incident foreshadowed Yorinaga's downfall that led to the outbreak of Hogen War.
  676. Such imposition of duties by the provincial government officers came to be called the 'kuniyaku' after the middle of the eleventh century.
  677. Such individuals received special dispensation to use a surname and wear swords by virtue of their responsibilities and contribution to the fringes of the fief's finances and control.
  678. Such information is distributed from Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare or local healthcare centers through the Internet.
  679. Such instruments are also referred to as Hogakki.
  680. Such instruments include the Wadaiko (Japanese drums), Sho (gong), Kane (cymbals and bells), Hichiriki (Japanese traditional recorders), Yokobue (Japanese flutes) and Horagai (trumpet shells).
  681. Such intellectuals who knew well about Europe and America as above chose periodical speech meetings and a publication of a bulletin in order to enlighten people.
  682. Such intentional breaking of movie technique rules give his work a distinct sense of timing and positive uneasiness, which is especially valued by movie critics outside Japan.
  683. Such internal discord within the Shiba clan, along with issues involving succession to the position of the heads of the Ashikaga shogunate, Hatakeyama clan, etc., led to the outbreak of the Onin War in 1467, and Takakage played an active role in the Western squad in cooperation with the master, Yoshikane SHIBA.
  684. Such interpretation can be seen in the studies by Michiyo NAKA and Masatomo KAN in the Meiji period, followed by Sokichi TSUDA and it was perfected in "History of the Rise and Fall of Mimana" by Yasukazu SUEMATSU after the war.
  685. Such inversion is considered to have been achieved in order to change people's luck, though it isn't known when this occurred.
  686. Such is the famous tale of 'The Three Arrows.'
  687. Such issuance was supposed to be based on a sufficient amount of standard coins retained by the domain, but actually, in most cases, domains tried to collect as many circulating coins as possible in exchange for issued han bills for the purpose of improving their financial situation.
  688. Such kakemono used to be displayed in gedai kazari procedure, in which the kakemono was displayed as being scrolled to show its title, which is considered to be the origin of jikukazari.
  689. Such kanmon were used as conference materials in Jin no sadame and In no hyojo (consultation under the government by the retired Emperor) and included in many works by Myobo-ke such as "Hosoruirin" and "Seiji yoryaku," and later treated as one of the sources of court noble laws.
  690. Such kanto-be and oshu-be began their trips after finishing harvests in Autumn, therefore they had to walk Kohechi in midwinter, however, 'most of them crossed passes on which snow lay about 90.9 centimeters high without any difficulties and stayed at inns in Kayagoya, Omata or Mizugamine'.
  691. Such katsudons are generally referred to as 'kawari katsudon' (unconventional katsudon).
  692. Such kiji-shi's base, Ogura Village issued kiji-shi's licenses (called 'menjo' or 'kansatsu') and sent runners to collect shares from kiji-shi who were doing their business in various parts of the country.
  693. Such kimono is called furisode because the portion of the 'sode' (sleeves) that dangles down is quite long.
  694. Such kimonos used the technique were called tsukesage.
  695. Such kirikane patterns as connected shippo, connected 卍, tachiwaku and slanting lattice are provided.
  696. Such knitted products are usually called Sutorecchi tabi.
  697. Such knocking down behavior is called "uchi-harau" in Japanese, therefore "wa" to use for "uchi-harau" was called 'Uchi-wa' by combining two words into one, a theory suggests.
  698. Such knowledge included farming methods and brewing technologies concerning sake brewing.
  699. Such labels as 'Trace-sugar,' 'Low,' 'little,' 'Moderate' and so on can be freely used by complying with '2.5 g or less per 100 g.'
  700. Such labels as 'Trace-sugar,' 'Low,' 'little,' 'Moderate' and so on can be used by attaching a warning label, "Compared with our standard product," if the content equals each company's own 'Standard value' of sugars minus less than 2.5 g/100 ml.
  701. Such lovely coolness … palely now the crescent moon on Mount Haguro
  702. Such magical property supposedly transmuted into yokai quite easily.
  703. Such malts range from the one like Islay malt that has a smoky and strong flavor of peat to the one like Strathpay (Scotland) malt that has a light and delicate flavor.
  704. Such manors are called kinto-myo-shoen (a manor consisting of equal-sized myo), and this type of manor existed mainly from the 12th century to the 14th century.
  705. Such matters can be best judged by the subjective view of the individual, namely sense of taste.
  706. Such maturing shows the original point of local sake, namely the relation to supplement each other with food underlying in the food culture.
  707. Such measures range from the enrichment of human resources such as employee training, to the introduction of some convenient cards which can be used commonly among some railways without paying for fares even when a person uses more than one railway continuously, as well as some cashless systems.
  708. Such men were also called "Tanzen."
  709. Such merits of the Bonsho are commonly found in the inscriptions on the bell.
  710. Such method of growing tea plants produces thinner tea leaves with a richer taste and flavor.
  711. Such mikagura had been performed every two years since 1002 or 1005 until they were changed to be held annually.
  712. Such military expenditure and extravagance by the emperor, Banreki, worsened the financial conditions of Ming and it is considered to be a serious cause of rapid weakening of Ming that could not bear growth of Jurchen during the first half of the seventeenth century.
  713. Such monks were called 'illegally ordained priests' or 'Tonse-so' and one of them was Kuya (903 - 972) who was later called 'Ichi-no-hijiri.'
  714. Such monks who were specialized in performing Ennen were called 'yuso' or 'kyoso.'
  715. Such monuments and tumuli can be found throughout Japan, for example in the name of a mound for weapons and tumulus for Mongol warriors.
  716. Such moromi is squeezed to separate the solids such as polished rice and malted rice, and liquid which becomes namazake.
  717. Such movements reached a peak during the reign of Emperor Shomu.
  718. Such multipolarity of sakamai varieties brought significant change to the technology of polishing ratios.
  719. Such munefudas are sometimes discovered when the buildings are torn down or repaired.
  720. Such music was first played in Kamigata (Osaka).
  721. Such mystical and religious power, passed down through certain families, is known academically as the divine right of kings (K?nigsheil in German) or a power ordained by God (Gebl?tsheil in German).
  722. Such nageshi are rarely seen in modern Japanese homes.
  723. Such name for one copy was the office of Shoshosho (Department of State Affairs, Tang-dynasty China), and that for another copy was Esshutotokufu.
  724. Such names as 'Goji,' 'Tofuku-ji Temple,' and 'Hakozakihachiman-gu Shrine' are found on many of these mokkan.
  725. Such nature of Buddhism was the key factor of the birth of shinbutsu-shugo.
  726. Such new challenges are met, taking advantage of architectural heritages.
  727. Such notions are thought to have been ancient shamanism which indigenously existed all over the world, but they, in many ways, have become vague or ambiguous as a result of the spread of religions and people's relocations in the world.
  728. Such nouveau types of kushikatsu includes a type served as a fondu-style hot pot dish.
  729. Such obligations became a big factor in causing the impoverishment of daimyo.
  730. Such old Wasan included 'Hongakusan' which is said to have been made by Ryogen, 'Gokurakujodo Mida wasan' made by Senkan (Dento Daihosshi), 'Gokuraku rokuji san' and 'Raigo san' made by Genshin (a monk).
  731. Such operations started in 1958 when the first Japanese TV film appeared, and in its prime Toei produced as many as thirty regular programs a year.
  732. Such operations were carried out for about six hours in the daytime with the patrol post as a base.
  733. Such opinions were ignored by high officials of Spain and Portuguese.
  734. Such oracles of deities embracing Buddhism were thought to be a wish of powerful local ruling families who enshrined the shrines.
  735. Such painful experience that he had been obliged to live separately from his parents led him to make a resolution to keep his children at hand, it is believed.
  736. Such people were called Kashiage (moneylenders).
  737. Such people were named Kurodo no Goi (Fifth Rank Kurodo).
  738. Such period is called "tsuyu no nakayasumi" (literally, "break of tsuyu").
  739. Such person certainly does not play with desk theories.'
  740. Such persons were called jizamurai (local samurai).
  741. Such places were thought to be a sort of limbo, realms between heaven (and hell) and earth where the dead go to await the Last Judgment.
  742. Such plain wood ihai is used only for convenience sake and is nothing more than a nameplate of homyo.
  743. Such policy with use of force created victims as well as caused public interest in and outside of Japan, so the 1897 session of the Imperial Diet debated whether Japan should sell Taiwan to France for 100 million yuan.
  744. Such politics were referred to as 'politically-solemn in the Kaho and Eicho eras' (according to "Honcho seiki" (Chronicle of Imperial Reigns)).
  745. Such poor quality coins were called bitasen and considered to have less value than common coins.
  746. Such posts were often created in the Heian period.
  747. Such powers as Kyushu tandai (the Military Governor of Kyushu), shugo (provincial governor appointed by the shogun), and kokujin (native chieftains, certain local powers) were authorized to have traffic for both diplomatic and commercial purposes, and the ships which brought those envoys were called Shisosen (envoy sending ship).
  748. Such powers gave attention to preparation, maintenance, and improvement of armaments.
  749. Such prayer led to an establishment of Doso-jin (a god who prevents evil spirits from coming), Jizo (guardian deity of children), hokora (a small shrine) or mound as a memorial tower, or to praying for daily gratitude with one's palms together, and it is the same to offer a prayer and make a wish at shrines of Shrine Shinto.
  750. Such precious bamboo are from a small portion of selected materials that are difficult to obtain that meet the requirements for making good instruments, so tension and hesitation occurs as no mistakes can be allowed.
  751. Such priests who never belonged to specific temple, sect or school and continued their training while on pilgrimage across the country were called 'Yugyo-so' (wandering priests).
  752. Such private, unofficial era names are also called itsunengo, and refer to any era names that do not appear in the Nihon shoki.
  753. Such properties have been called 'intangible folklore materials' in the past and have been studied as 'folk traditions' in the field of folklore.
  754. Such prosperity of Kawachi-Genji alarmed the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa, who was in power at the time.
  755. Such rapid growth of the bureaucratic group and Ieyasu developed to confrontation between the bureaucratic group that tried to maintain the Toyotomi government and Ieyasu who had been looking to the next government resulting in the Battle of Sekigahara (1600).
  756. Such recognition may be attributed to its pronunciation and accents.
  757. Such reduction or exemption from tax continued up to the land-tax reform in the Meiji period; it is said Totsukawa might have received reduction or exemption measures for the longest time in Japan.
  758. Such relationships did not seem problematic from the viewpoint of a relationship between a successful Kakyo applicant and the examiner in charge, however, they produced bureaucratic alliances, which created a breeding ground for the development of factions.
  759. Such rengakai developed mainly in Yamato Province, and through the Muromachi period it spread from the Kinai district to various other areas.
  760. Such research is conducted mainly by senior specialists with a special position for conducting highly advanced research in the fields of interest of the standing committees of both houses.
  761. Such result of the study is called Genji Monogatari Toshidate (chronologies of The Tale of Genji), and the age of Hikaru Genji is generally considered 17 now, which Norinaga MOTOORI concluded in his new chronologies.
  762. Such ridicules or attacks disappeared after Totsuko SETTAN of Mt. Ikuo bestowed Inka (Certification of spiritual achievement) on Nonin and from then, his reputation started to rise.
  763. Such roads include the road running north to south at the south main gate of Kokucho in Shimotsuke Province, as well as the neatly designed roads like the grid on a go (a Japanese game played with black and white stones on a board) board in a north part of Kokucho in Ise Province as well as Dazaifu (Government Headquarters in Kyushu) in the tenth century.
  764. Such robbery continued until the ban on human trafficking by Hideyoshi in 1587.
  765. Such rumors were mere hearsay, and it became clear that information about a fight between Kiyomori and Yorimori was false.
  766. Such rustic sights were found everywhere in the past, but they have been disappearing since the 1980s.
  767. Such sacred mountains are also called 'reiho' (lit. sacred peak), and Mt. Fuji is one of the representative reiho.
  768. Such sacred treasures are bundles of various clothing and furnishings offered to the god of the shrine in question, and so each such bundle includes items of multiple categories such as dyeing and weaving, lacquerwork, sword fittings and so forth.
  769. Such sake is expressed as sake that does "kanbae."
  770. Such sake that is produced with a single variety is called 'tanmaishu' or 'ichimaishu/ikkomezake' in the language of sake brewing.
  771. Such sake was called goldfish sake, because the sake was so thin that no goldfish died in such sake.
  772. Such scenes were depicted in many senryu (humorous or ironical haiku poems) and it is also recorded that there were peddlers selling whale meat.
  773. Such seals are called seigoin or yozeiin.
  774. Such self-restraint made her into a living wraith and shiryo (spirit of a dead person) later in the story.
  775. Such sencha made using a revised method was created with green leaves and was called 'blue made' to distinguish it from previous ones (called 'black made').
  776. Such shinobue should be classified based on the manufacturer name or proprietary name.
  777. Such shrines (former temples) renamed themselves to 'Dairokuten-jinja Shrine' and 'Omodaru-jinja Shrine.'
  778. Such shrines and temples became a place where people gathered to present and solve mathematical problems; some dedicated sangaku with difficult problems without answers written on them, and others who solved such problems dedicated their own sangaku with answers to problems dedicated earlier.
  779. Such shrines as Chiba-jinja Shrine which has strong connection with Chiba clan, Kunohe-jinja shrine with Kunohe clan and Chichibu-jinja Shrine in Saitama Prefecture all enshrine Ame no Minakanushi no Kami through the Myoken worship link.
  780. Such situation can be understood as a process in which a city was gradually formed around the political center.
  781. Such situation is further deteriorating because the Chinese character '箏' was not included in the Joyo-kanji (a list of 1,945 pieces of kanji (Chinese characters) designated in 1981).
  782. Such situations became increasingly clear from 10th to 11th century.
  783. Such situations developed into a decline in Imperial sovereignty (the transformation of the shogun into the King of Japan) of Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  784. Such situations often occur when ordinary people do comedy performances of this kind at parties.
  785. Such situations were comically depicted in awate-e and tookideas from namazu-e composition as with hashika-e.
  786. Such social climate contributed to the emergence of 'wabicha', and the book vividly conveys the atmosphere at the time.
  787. Such social status and naming as Eta and Hinin and the like (as well as acquisition rights of carcasses of beasts accompanying them) were to be abolished at once by Dajokan fukoku (proclamation of Kaiho Rei by Grand Council of State) on August 28, 1871.
  788. Such soldiers were called kyohei.
  789. Such sorei are enshrined as a soshin (an ancestor honored as god) or ujigami (a guardian god or spirit of a particular place in the Shinto religion) in a clan or rural community.
  790. Such soup broth is commonly called 'Dashi,' not 'Tsuyu' in Japanese.
  791. Such splendid clothes for rice planting mean that rice planting was a sacred, important event.
  792. Such stage directions are not employed in Kamigata.
  793. Such standards of value were used not only for the assessment of literature but also that for kakaku (family status) and a person.
  794. Such statements by her are seen in various books.
  795. Such stipulation was reflected in Kushiki-ryo in the Yoro Code which was being compiled those days, and added as another form of cho.
  796. Such stipulation was reflected in Kushiki-ryo of Yoro Ritsuryo as well, and regarded as one of the greatest difference from Taiho Ritsuryo.
  797. Such stone materials as obsidian, shale, chart, sanukite, and pyroxene were used.
  798. Such stories combine elements from "Ikkyuu's Sayings" with the real Soujun IKKYUU; and as far as his childhood goes, is far from historically accurate; it is probably done to get readers involved in the story, as it only gets into more difficult reading in the episodes from his youth onward.
  799. Such stories of stones can be roughly classified into two kinds of legends; one is about a stone having a tradition that a cry is heard from it, and the other is about a stone that stops a baby from crying at night.
  800. Such streets, which were based on the street plans of the ancient capital, and which originated in Changan of Tang dynasty period, China, became popular in neighboring countries under the system of Sakuho System (System conferring a peerage with a Saku paper).
  801. Such strife caused "family feuds," leading in the worst cases to the abolishment of the family.
  802. Such strong control by sengoku daimyo over their own territory is called a daimyo-ryogoku system (the system in which daimyos control feudal domains).
  803. Such strong ruling power contributed to the suppression of any anti-Japanese movements and thus contributed to the stability and safety of the Taiwanese society.
  804. Such strong ties among believers constituted a firm underground organization and the Fujufuse School survived this era thanks to it.
  805. Such structure of the hull was the original model of Japanese large sailing ships and was succeeded by kitamae-bune (cargo ships that sailed the Japan Sea during the Edo period), Higaki-kaisen (a kind of cargo vessel) and Taru-kaisen (a kind of cargo vessels) in pre-modern times.
  806. Such subtlety and series of processes for applying techniques to the opponent through the contact point are called 'musubi' (a link between the attacker and the defender), 'lead' and 'kuzushi,' and are emphasized as important elements of aikido techniques and in connection with the spiritual principle.
  807. Such successive koku-tsuibushi in a province organized samurai in the province as the leader of the samurai in the province, or as 'Ikkoku-toryo' (the provincial leader).
  808. Such suigun navies were about to be taken over by Kuki suigun navy.
  809. Such sumi is called 'koboku' (old inkstick) and they are highly prized.
  810. Such tactics can be seen in the war between different ethnic groups even today, but any samurai in the capital who usually fought individually on a horse did not adopt it.
  811. Such techniques were widely sought, and there existed many schools.
  812. Such tendency was succeeded by Nagatoshi (Nobumitsu's son) who also acted as waki no shite and wrote many plain works that appealed to the eye including "Shozon" and "Enoshima."
  813. Such terms as Tariki-eko (directing of virtues by another Other Power) and Tariki-hongan (Salvation through the power of Amida's Primal Vow) have thus emerged through the conception that the Kyogyoshinsho is all brought to perfection by Amida,
  814. Such territories had high-level independence and their real status was such that they could be called a regional state.
  815. Such that the nose and navel are in line.
  816. Such things have often happened, for example, there is a trace in the existing "Moko Shurai Ekotoba" (picture scrolls of Mongol invasion attempts against Japan) written by Suenaga TAKEZAKI.
  817. Such things made people feel awed and scared of nature, which lead to the nature worship that underlies the animism found in concepts such as yurei (ghost), yokai (specter), fairy, etc.
  818. Such torches were used in ancient Rome.
  819. Such towns around shrines are also called Toriimae-machi.
  820. Such trading relation was called "goshi."
  821. Such tradition to call Toshoke and tenjobito which were allowed access to the Imperial Court 'kuge' continued to the Edo period.
  822. Such trend was common in Confucian studies of that time.
  823. Such trends did not continue for long, but it probably led to a change which connected to the kaisho becoming a place where renga was performed.
  824. Such trials did not progress at once because of resistance from the local ruling families, but finally, they were completed by Emperor Tenmu and his successors.
  825. Such tumuli include Tsubai Otsukayama-kofun Tumulus in Yamashiro-cho, Soraku-gun, Kyoto Prefecture.
  826. Such type of Sensu is now losing popularity, and paper folding fans using Washi are gaining more popularity.
  827. Such type of fan has Genjigumo (floating clouds) on the back and butterflies and birds are densely described with five or so colors.
  828. Such typical calligraphic works included "Nishi-Honganji-bon Sanju-rokunin-kashu" (the Nishi-Honganji collection of thirty-six persons' anthologies).
  829. Such ujigami worship is still observed in shichigosan (a celebration for three-, five-, and seven-year-old children).
  830. Such unified control was called ichien chigyo.
  831. Such varieties are called fukkokumai (revived rice).
  832. Such venues were called 'mizujaya' (public teahouses) or 'kakejaya' (refreshment shops), and were designated rest stops along the major highways.
  833. Such viewpoints are seen in historical novels by Shogoro KAIONJI, a novel "Yoshitsune" by Ryotaro SHIBA and a short novel "Kuroseppu" (contained in her Naoki Award winning novel "Enkan") by Michiko NAGAI.
  834. Such views do no advocate that Ieyasu was the ringleader, but he agreed or supported the plot and, after the event, sheltered Mitsuhide, who had lived as a priest.
  835. Such volunteer soldiers included many displaced persons and sometimes attacked Korean people or the army.
  836. Such was Ganjiro's outsized influence.
  837. Such was a strategy that the state took (as was the case with Kukai).
  838. Such was the typical program of kaomise.
  839. Such way is called "gentei kyusui" (literally, limited water absorption).
  840. Such ways of thinking had been retained through the Edo period and sublimated into an idea, which resulted in the practice of utilizing every inch of captured whales as a resource and a number of mounds for whales erected in various locations throughout Japan.
  841. Such were the effects of his investiture.
  842. Such women are not going to be rakugoka in the future, but will remain ochako.
  843. Such women were called kannagi, while such men were called geki or shuku.
  844. Such words as 殿主, 殿守, 天主 are also used to refer to Tenshu.
  845. Such works of literature not only became the theme of paintings and works of calligraphy but also influenced greatly the design of handicrafts.
  846. Such yeasts are called Kyokai sake yeasts today.
  847. Such yeasts are called Kyokai-line yeast or Kyokai yeast.
  848. Such zushis are found in concentrated groups, particularly in the area north of Ichijo-dori Street in Kamigyo Ward.
  849. Suchi-jinja Shrine (Oaza Tenno, Kyotanabe City)
  850. Suchness is oneness.
  851. Sucre coule
  852. Sucre file
  853. Sucre rocher
  854. Sucre souffle.
  855. Sucre tire
  856. Suda-no-sho
  857. Sudamari gori: Ice poured with sudamari (soy sauce mixed with vinegar) a recipe handed down in the vicinity of Yamabe Town in Yamagata Prefecture.
  858. Sudare Bamboo Screens
  859. Sudare are bamboo screens constructed by knitting together strips of bamboo or reed with string.
  860. Sudare are commonly hung in front of windows or from the edge of eaves.
  861. Sudare no kage (Behind the Bamboo Blind) and Niibotaru (New Firefly), 1929
  862. Sudden Attack by the Satsuma Army
  863. Suddenly, Yoshihira said to Masatada, 'You had better drink up your sake, before an earthquake occurs.'
  864. Suddenly, the body of the woman collapsed and turned into water to disappear.
  865. Suddenly, the ogre grabbed Hikoshichi and rose up to the sky.
  866. Suddenly, the village was submerged under a great flood and was completely annihilated during that night.
  867. Suddenly, there appeared a handsome man in front of Ikutamayori bime, a daughter of Suetsumimi no mikoto, and they made love.
  868. Suden
  869. Suden (1569 - February 28, 1633) was a priest of the Rinzai Sect and a politician serving the Tokugawa shogunate from the Azuchi-Momoyama period to the Edo period.
  870. Suden administered the affairs of the bakufu, moving between Nanzen-ji Temple (Konchiin Subtemple) and Konchiin Temple in Edo, and both he and Tenkai were called Prime Minister in Black Robes.
  871. Suden and others concluded that two phrases in the inscription included curses on the Tokugawa Family; One was the phrase "国家安康 (State's Peace)" which severed the imina (real personal name) of Ieyasu (家康), and the other "君臣豊楽 (State's Peace and Health) which prayed for the prosperity of the Toyotomi (豊臣) Family.
  872. Suden died in 1633, during the reign of Shogun Iemitsu, therefore, subsequently no one was in charge of the affairs of temples and shrines.
  873. Suden had the garden designed for Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  874. Suden insisted on deifying Ieyasu under the name of Myojin (a gracious god) while Tenkai insisted on deifying him under the name of Gongen (meaning the incarnation of a god), which was adopted eventually.
  875. Suden intended to punish Soho TAKUAN, Sohaku GYOKUSHITSU and Sogan KOGETSU, who presented written objection to the tough measures taken by the bakufu with the Shie Incident in 1627, by exiling them to a distant island.
  876. Suden was born in Kyoto in 1569.
  877. Suden worked full-time on the affairs of temples and shrines alone after Katsushige ITAKURA's death.
  878. Suden, who served Ieyasu TOKUGAWA as an aide, was a descendant of the Isshiki clan; and the family of Norikatsu ISSHIKI, who was a cousin of Suden, served as the hatamoto.
  879. Sudo-jinja Shrine
  880. Suebe
  881. Suebe (or Suetsukuribe) was a group of people who were engaged in manufacturing Sueki (unglazed ware) before Taika period.
  882. Sueharu SANJO
  883. Sueharu SANJO (Novemeber 28, 1733 - January 11, 1782) was kugyo (court noble) in the middle of the Edo period.
  884. Suehide OGIMACHI
  885. Suehide OGIMACHI (1548-July 28, 1612) was a kuge from the Azuchi-Momoyama period to the early part of the Edo period.
  886. Suehide soon went out from the Nijo-gosho with the Imperial Prince who put on the official cloths of the Imperial court in order to prove his existence, the surrounding Akechi force allowed them to pass and they escaped safely.
  887. Suehira OMIYA (who served as Udaijin, or Minister of the Right) was the second son of Kinhira SAIONJI, who served as Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) during the mid-Kamakura period.
  888. Suehira branched out from the Saionji family, adopting Omiya as his family name.
  889. Suehira's family line was interrupted.
  890. Suehiro
  891. Suehiro (The Fan of Felicity) (Kyogen)
  892. Suehiro is a program of Kyogen (farce played during a Noh cycle).
  893. Suekata KOSHITAKIGUCHI (腰瀧口季方)
  894. Suekawa Memorial Hall
  895. Suekawa Memorial Hall ("a courtroom with jury seats," relocated from Kyoto District Court is exhibited for free)
  896. Suekawa Memorial Hall is a facility of Ritsumeikan whose headquarters are located in Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  897. Suekawa repeatedly said that 'This incident was not oppression of Takigawa as an individual but should be called the Kyodai Incident because this was oppression of academic freedom and university freedom in Japan.'
  898. Suekazu Inari-jinja Shrine Getsujisai (monthly mass of Suekazu Inari-jinja Shrine) and Seirei Shokon-jinja Shrine Getsujisai (monthly mass of Seirei Shokon-jinja Shrine)
  899. Sueki (unglazed ware)
  900. Sueki is earthenware which was produced during periods from Kofun to Heian in Japan.
  901. Sueki originated in Korean Peninsula (especially in Kaya which was in the south of the peninsula), and early Sueki looks so similar to the one created in the peninsula that it is hard to distinguish between the two.
  902. Sueki was brought to Japan from the south of Korean Peninsula and was treated as more luxurious pottery than Haji pottery.
  903. Sueki was sometimes called "Iwaibedoki," which meant celebration earthenware, until the former half of the 20th century.
  904. Sueki was used basically at the government office of a state or a county, but started to be used daily as serving dish as well.
  905. Sueki which were fired in these kilns were mainly gai (a lid), tsuki (a drinking cup), takatsuki (a standing tray for cake and fruit), hiraka (a flattened bottle), sara (a dish), kame (an earthware pot), hatch (a bowl), and so on.
  906. Sueko's elder sister, Kaeko, married the former earl Yorihiro MATSUDAIRA (Riji of Hongo Gakuen), who was the descendant of the feudal lord of the domain of the former Takamatsu.
  907. Sueko's elder sister, Saeko, married a grandchild of Yataro IWASAKI, the founder of Mitsubishi Zaibatsu, and her daughter Yuriko (niece of Sueko) married Kiyotaka CHINZEI (professor emeritus at Kyoto University), who was included on a list of important figures as a doctor (science) of paleontology.
  908. Suekoto (Late Old Swords)
  909. Suemichi UMETANI
  910. Suemichi UMETANI (April 26, 1615 - March 5, 1658) was a kugyo (court noble) during the first half of the Edo period.
  911. Suemitsu - Tsunemitsu MORI - Tokichika MORI ? Sadachika MORI ? Chikashige MORI - Morochika MORI
  912. Suemitsu was confined to his house when he became mentally ill, however, and passed away in 1684.
  913. Suemitsu's fourth son, Tsunemitsu MORI was not involved in the incident as he was in Echigo and inherited the territory.
  914. Suemochi IMADEGAWA
  915. Suemochi IMADEGAWA (1575 - March 7, 1596) was a kugyo (court noble) who lived during the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  916. Suemune died on August 21, 1086, at the age of 38.
  917. Suemura ruins of kilns are believed to have been controlled to produce the same standard of earthenware under Yamato sovereignty.
  918. Suemura ruins of kilns spread in the foothills extending through southern area of Sakai City, Izumi City, Osaka-sayama City and Kishiwada City, and ruins of kilns at Koguma, Yamaguma and Yatsunami in Fukuoka Prefecture are known as places where Sueki production started first.
  919. Suemura-type Sueki was produced in these Sueki kilns.
  920. Suenaga TAKESAKI
  921. Suenaga TAKESAKI (1246 - around 1314) was a gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate) of the Kyushu region who lived during the middle of the Kamakura Period.
  922. Suenaga did not fight for Yasumori at the Shimotsuki Incident although he was indebted to him.
  923. Suenaga is well known for his own picture scroll, "Moko Shurai Ekotoba" (picture scrolls on the Mongol invasion attempts against Japan) which he ordered to be drawn of his own distinguished war service.
  924. Suenaga was born in Takesaki-go, Higo Province (present-day Matsubase-machi, Uki City, Kumamoto Prefecture).
  925. Suenaga was buried in Tofuku-ji Temple, Uki City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  926. Sueoki, son of FUJIWARA no Suesada began to use the name of Takaoka.
  927. Sueoki-gata (the style with the drum placed on the floor)
  928. Sueoki-gata (the style with the drum placed on the floor): Fukujinki taiko-odori (Fukujinki Japanese Drum Dancing, Kumamoto Prefecture), Myojin-bayashi (Myojin Accompaniment, Fukui Prefecture), Bon Festival Dance
  929. Sueoki-gata (the style with the drum placed on the floor): Gojinjo-daiko (Japanese Drum Formation, Ishikawa Prefecture), Hachijo-daiko (Tokyo metropolitan area), Tsuzumi-bayashi (drum accompaniment, Okinawa Prefecture).
  930. Sueoki-gata (the style with the drum placed on the floor): Kyokuuchi Japanese drum (Okinawa Prefecture)
  931. Suesada OBU
  932. Suesada OBU (also known as MINAMOTO no Suesada) (years of birth and death unknown) was a busho (Japanese military commander) and a poet who lived in the late Heian period.
  933. Suesada also fought in the battle, but he was captured.
  934. Suesada took the family name of Obu, and his son Munesue OBU also took the same name.
  935. Suesato KONISHI was his another name.
  936. Sueshige HIRAYAMA
  937. Sueshige HIRAYAMA was a busho (Japanese military commander) of the west party (the Himatsuri clan), one of the seven west parties of Musashi Province that existed during the late Heian period to the early Kamakura period.
  938. Sueshige-jinja Shrine: In the past, it was called Himatsurimyo-jinja Shrine, and currently it is still called Himatsuri-jinja Shrine, as well.
  939. Suetada MIZUHAI
  940. Suetada MIZUHAI (years of birth and death unknown), who lived in the late Heian period, was a Shinto priest of Hiraoka-jinja Shrine, the Ichinomiya (shrine with the highest ranking in the area) of Kawachi Province.
  941. Suetada extended his influence by insinuating himself into powerful families such as Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents), Insei (government by cloistered emperors) circles, and Kawachi-Genji clan, and succeeded in establishing the power base of the Mizuhai clan.
  942. Suetada founded the Mizuhai Navy--although its scale was small--and fortified his control over water transportation in regions alongside the Yamato River and River Yodo.
  943. Suetaka IMADEGAWA
  944. Suetaka IMADEGAWA (1479 - November 7, 1519) was a kugyo (court noble) who lived during the Muromachi period.
  945. Suetaka IMADEGAWA was his son.
  946. Suetaka learnt poetry from Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Yorihito and moved to Edo to be with other writers and artists.
  947. Suetake received the baby and headed for the bank.
  948. Sueto KODAIRA
  949. Sueto KODAIRA (year of birth and death unknown) was a busho (Japanese military commander) in the Sengoku period (period of Warring States), and served Suehiro KAKIZAKI as a senior vassal.
  950. Sueto KODAIRA was born in the Tsugaru Peninsula, and as his father served Suehiro KAKIZAKI as a senior vassal, he had served Suehiro KAKIZAKI as a close adviser since a very young age.
  951. Sueto was also active in stratagem, such as making Suetaka NANBU who was under the control of Chikasue ANDO betray to the enemy.
  952. Sueto went to Matsuura in Hizen Province, where he became an adopted son-in-law of the Matsura clan and took the name of Matsura Saburo Tayu Saneto.
  953. Sueto's descendants are said to have found a family which became a member of Suigun (warriors in the sea)Matsura Party in the northern part of Kyushu.
  954. Suetomo SANJONISHI
  955. Suetomo SANJONISHI (March 20, 1811-August 24, 1880) was a Kugyo (the top court officials) during the end of the Edo period and a High official during the Meiji Era.
  956. Suetomo was taught waka by Kinsachi TAKAMATSU himself.
  957. Suetoo YOTSUTSUJI
  958. Suetoo YOTSUTSUJI (August 17, 1513-September 16, 1575) was a Kuge (court noble) and calligrapher in the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  959. Suetoshi OGIMACHI
  960. Suetoshi OGIMACHI (October 30, 1586- December 28, 1625) was a kuge in the early part of the Edo period.
  961. Suetsugu was the great-grandchild of Naganari.
  962. Suetsumuhana (The Safflower)
  963. Suetsumuhana (The Safflower) (The Tale of Genji) is narabi no maki for Wakamurasaki (Young Murasaki).
  964. Suetsumuhana (The Safflower) is one of the fifty-four chapters of "The Tale of Genji."
  965. Suetsumuhana (The Tale of Genji)
  966. Suetsumuhana is also a nickname for the woman who appears in "The Tale of Genji."
  967. Suetsumuhana' is a nickname that Genji gave this woman, associating her 'red nose' with safflower's color 'red.'
  968. Suetsumuhana, a daughter of Hitachi no Miya
  969. Suetsumuhana: The princess of Prince Hitachi.
  970. Sueyasu OGIMACHI, Suetoshi OGIMACHI, Suefuku URATSUJI, Jitsue OGURA and Motohisa JIMYOIN were his sons.
  971. Sueyoshi ABE
  972. Sueyoshi ABE (May 6, 1904 to March 18, 1986) was a gagakushi (court musician) and a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  973. Sueyoshi NISHIIKE (Jugoinojo, Totomi no kami (the Governor of Totomi Province)).
  974. Suffered Rogai (tuberculosis) and died young.
  975. Suffering a reversal, the Ouchi army retreated along the Yorimo-gawa river toward Takada, Bungo and withdrew beyond the sea to Suo.
  976. Suffering from pneumonia and tuberculosis of the lungs and having the feeling that he was going to die, he wrote his will to his wife and grandmother.
  977. Suffering from the pangs of her conscience, she has no voice when she tries to scream, and cannot hear the sound of the kinuta, but she can hear only her reproaching voice.'
  978. Suffice it say that keeping records in the notebook about the story is also the work of tatezenza.
  979. Sufficient independent verifications also can't be done because assessment of the average annual growth rings in trees is made by just one research group in Japan.
  980. Suga (須賀)-jinja Shrine, Suga (須我)-jinja Shrine, Suga (素鵞)-jinja Shrine
  981. Suga IJUIN, his older sister, married Takamori SAIGO in 1852.
  982. Suga KANNO (June 7, 1881 - January 25, 1911) was a newspaper journalist, writer, feminist and socialist activist in the Meiji era.
  983. Suga KANNO (管野スガ)
  984. Suga was imprisoned for the Red Flag Incident ("Akahata Jiken" in Japanese) and divorced Kanson after being released from prison.
  985. Suga-jinja Shrine in Minabe Town, Hidaka District, Wakayama Prefecture performs yabusame called 'Kurabe Uma (horse race) in the autumn festival in October.
  986. Suganuma (Gokayama), Nanto City, 1994, mountain village
  987. Suganuma (Nanto City), Nanto City, Toyama Prefecture, mountain village
  988. Sugao Magaibutsu
  989. Sugar
  990. Sugar Candy
  991. Sugar adds sweetness to sake.
  992. Sugar content in moromi is at its peak.
  993. Sugar content is high enough more than 12 degrees and also richly-flavored and it is a promising brand.
  994. Sugar industry
  995. Sugar may be added to the dough, but it tastes much sweeter if sprinkled over the completed kuzumochi.
  996. Sugar might have been relatively expensive as a material cost, but it might have been enough to earn it back if they worked with a lot of effort because water was free.
  997. Sugar that has a relatively moderate solubility is more desirable.
  998. Sugar was generated through decomposition of starch from wheat.
  999. Sugar, cotton, gum, tobacco, coal, iron ore, tin, bauxite, tungsten.
  1000. Sugar:

313001 ~ 314000

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