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  1. The "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) states that `Kori' (district, county) was established at the time of `the Taika Reforms.'
  2. The "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) tells that TAIMA no Hiroshima ruled Kibi Province as the governor during the Jinshin War in 672.
  3. The "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) which describes above mentioned incident, does not say anything about the cause of the murder.
  4. The "Nihonshoki" also narrates that the origin of 'Saekibe of Nuta, Aki province' was the member of the Saekibe of Inano Agata who hunted and offered a deer which Emperor Nintoku had been secretly admiring without knowing this and was in turn sent to Nuta, Aki province by the resentful Emperor.
  5. The "Nihonshoki" also records an age of fifty-two but, if counted backwards, this results in the paradox of the Emperor being born thirty-six years after the death of Yamato Takeru, his father.
  6. The "Nihonshoki" and "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), written around the same time, contain the story, but the surviving fragment of "Tango no kuni Fudoki" provides more detail.
  7. The "Nihonshoki" article for November, 596, states that "Hoko-ji Temple was completed".
  8. The "Nihonshoki" contains many achievements of the Emperor Tenmu, however, because his son the Imperial Prince Toneri was the pivotal figure of compiling the book, some say that the Imperial Prince Toneri somewhat embellished the contents.
  9. The "Nihonshoki" describes that he was the Kotaitei (the younger brother of an Emperor so is heir apparent) of his older brother the Emperor Tenchi to begin with; however, some say that the book tries to deny the fact that the Emperor Kobun actually was the investiture of the Crown Prince, and justifies his succession to the imperial throne.
  10. The "Nihonshoki" entry for 592 mentions that "construction began on Grand Hoko-ji Temple's Buddha statue hall and corridor", so it is possible that this was the first year of full-scale construction after ground leveling and procuring lumber.
  11. The "Nihonshoki" entry for February 21, 593, also reports that "the Buddha's bones are put in the foundations of the central pillar of Hoko-ji Temple's pagoda" and, the following day (the 22nd), that "the central pillar was raised".
  12. The "Nihonshoki" says that he was dispatched to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region) under the orders of the Emperor Sujin in B.C.50.
  13. The "Nihonshoki" states that construction of Hoko-ji Temple began in 588, with the dispatch of Buddhist priests and craftsmen from Baekje and the demolition of the residence of Konoha, ancestor of the Asuka no Kinunui no Miyatsuko, in Makaminohara, Asuka.
  14. The "Nihonshoki" tells us that the story of Taro happened around the late 5th century, during the reign of Emperor Yuryaku, and 300 years later (in this case really 300 years), in the 8th century, he returned to his birthplace.
  15. The "Nippon" was a newspaper first published by Katsunan KUGA on February 11, 1889.
  16. The "Nobunaga-ki" (Record of Nobunaga) says, 'There had not been the term "umajirushi" until the Eiroku era (from 1558 to 1570), and then some symbols were gradually developed from the Genki era (from 1570 to 1573) and now they are used as a main symbol,' in the Section 15: Umajirushi.
  17. The "Ofumi" which should be read at the Hoonko at the lay believers home.
  18. The "Okina" (old man) mask is distinctive and different from other noh masks with regard to the following points:
  19. The "Omokage" (Vestiges) had a great influence on the development of modern poetry.
  20. The "Ontleedkundige Tafelen" was a book of anatomy on which a Japanese language version entitled "Kaitai Shinsho" (New Book of Anatomy) was based.
  21. The "Ontleedkundige Tafelen" was written by a German doctor by the name of Johann Adam KULMUS (1689 - 1745).
  22. The "Otamagaike Shutosho" (today's University of Tokyo, Faculty of Medicine), opened in 1858 and is one of Japan's most famous institutes.
  23. The "Otenmon no Hen" (the Otenmon gate incident) was a political incident which happened in 866, in the early Heian period.
  24. The "Otogi zoshi" (a book of ghost stories)
  25. The "Ouki" (also pronounced Shoyuki) is the diary of the Heian-period court noble FUJIWARA no Sanesuke.
  26. The "Red Brick Warehouses" are 12 red brick warehouses located at the former headquarters of the Maizuru Navy Ordnance Corps (舞鶴海軍軍需部本部地区) (now Maizuru Port Waterfront) in Maizuru city, Kyoto Prefecture.
  27. The "Regulations on the Certification and Conferment of Rank" issued by the Jinja-Honcho (The Association of Shinto Shrines) list the following five ranks:
  28. The "Rishu-kyo" (Principle of Wisdom Sutra) (Adhyardha?atik? praj??p?ramit?, "Hyaku-goju Ju Hannya" (literally, 150 gatha (poetic verse of a scripture) of wisdom), which is chanted in the Shingon sect, is a simplified sutra of "Rishuko-kyo" and one of the texts of the 'Kongocho-kyo.'
  29. The "Ruiju Kobushi," a ninth century historical text, states that he and his brother Takamune were among several people who received the family name Taira on becoming subjects of the state in the same year.
  30. The "Sakuteiki Gardening Book" is source of the theory that equates the Four Gods to 'mountain, river, road and lake.'
  31. The "Sangyogisho" (Three Sutra Annotations) is believed to have been written by Prince Shotoku who was deeply committed to Buddhism.
  32. The "School Regulations of the Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts" were set forth on February 17 1942, stating that the institution would provide education based on "Christianity" with "internationalism" and "liberal arts" as its educational philosophies.
  33. The "Sekidobon kokinshu" lineage, in comparison to those of the "Koya-gire," has more variations in inflection, strongness and weakness, and lightness and heaviness, and freedom.
  34. The "Senjimon" is now housed in Tocho-ji Temple in Hakata.
  35. The "Shasekishu" (Sand and Pebbles) collection of Buddhist parables gives a detailed description of the temple at this time.
  36. The "Shiki" (literally "Four Seasons") suite
  37. The "Shikinai-sha Survey Report" states that the shrine is not the Shikinai Oi-jinja Shrine, but the Ijin of the subordinate shrine of Matsuo-taisha Shrine, and that Shikinai Oi-jinja Shrine may have gone out of use.
  38. The "Shin Chokusen wakashu" was compiled by an order from Gotobain, who apparently was an avid waka enthusiast, as a display of contempt towards the Kamakura Government.
  39. The "Shin Kokin wakashu" (New Imperial Anthology of Japanese Poetry), which is characterized by the elaborate techniques used, was compiled by FUJIWARA no Sadaie and other poets.
  40. The "Shinchoko-ki" and the "Koranki" stated that Nobutoyo fled to Komoro-jo Castle with about 20 horesemen to attempt a comeback after the defeat in the subjugation of Takeda.
  41. The "Shinsen Shojiroku" (Newly Compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility) classifies Soga clan as Kobetsu (clan descended from successive emperors).
  42. The "Shintojo" is a history book about the Tang Dynasty, but it also includes a brief history of Japan.
  43. The "Shizai Cho" describes that Daian-ji Temple is originated from Kumagori-shoja Monastery built by Prince Shotoku.
  44. The "Shizai Cho" describes that Daian-ji Temple is originated from a Buddhist monastery, Kumagori-shoja founded by Prince Shotoku in present Yamatokoriyama City, Nara Prefecture.
  45. The "Shochu Incident" occurred in 1324 (late Kamakura period), where a plan to overthrow the Kamakura bakufu by Emperor Godaigo was discovered beforehand and the main perpetrators were executed.
  46. The "Shoku Nihon Koki" (Later Chronicle of Japan Continued) gives Jang's death date before November 841.
  47. The "Shoku Nihongi" indicates that the Emperor extolled him for what he had done since the time of the previous emperor, he was granted the family name Oka no muraji and graciously permitted to share it with his siblings.
  48. The "Sonpibunmyaku" (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineage of the aristocracy) simply states that he was killed by an arrow in 1045.
  49. The "Soshi" is a history book about the Song Dynasty.
  50. The "Sotan Diary" was one of his literary works.
  51. The "Su" from Suzaku means "vermilion" (that is, red), and the color of the southern direction in the Five Elements Theory.
  52. The "Sugiyama family lineage" for the third son Kahei Nariyasu SUGIYAMA says that Shigenari served Takatora TODO and died in Ise, but whether or not this statement is true is unknown.
  53. The "Suikoden" (The Water Margin) series of Kuniyoshi UTAGAWA gained popularity at that time, and the "Suikoden boom" took place.
  54. The "Suishu (the Book of the Sui Dynasty)" states that Tarishihiko, the King of Wakoku, signed his name as the Emperor of the land where the sun rises, not the King of Wakoku, on the sovereign's message carried by a Japanese envoy to Sui Dynasty China dispatched by him in 607.
  55. The "Summary of Japanese Chronologies" ("Nihongi Ryaku") states that it was built in 810.
  56. The "Sunshoan-shikishi" contains waka poetry from the "Kokin Wakashu" relating to the four seasons and was originally a decchoso-style booklet but was divided, giving it a shikishi-like form.
  57. The "Taiheiki" (Record of the Great Peace)
  58. The "Taiheiki" describes the death as being due to poisoning under orders from Takauji.
  59. The "Taketori Monogatari" is a tale about marriage, but let us put it aside.
  60. The "Tale of Heike" describes the scene of Naritsune bemoaning bad fortune with his pregnant wife, and Norimori pleading to Kiyomori to spare the life of his son-in-law.
  61. The "Tango Discovery" is a type of limited express train operated by Kitakinki Tango Railway, and it's the nickname for the Kitakinki Tango Railway KTR Type 8000 diesel multiple unit used for this train service.
  62. The "Tatsumaru Incident" is a famous incident which triggered the anti-Japanese campaign in China.
  63. The "Tensho" (complete)
  64. The "Tensho" as surviving fragments (original does not exists except for surviving fragments)
  65. The "Tensho" exists in three different versions.
  66. The "The Complete Edition of Japanese Classic Literature" series from Iwanami Shoten Publishers ends with "Kojidan and Zoku Kojidan."
  67. The "Toji Shigyo Nikki" (the log of To-ji Temple management), which is a document handed down at To-ji Temple in Kyoto, also has some descriptions which seem to support this theory.
  68. The "Tokaidochu" series ended in 1809 with the eighth volume (Sightseeing in Osaka), but there was a follow-up publication in 1814 of a volume on the inception of the trip.
  69. The "Tokuseirei" (ordering return of land sold and dissolution of debts) was acts by the Imperial Court and the bakufu (Japanese feudal governments headed by a shogun) during the Middle Ages in Japan, from the Kamakura period to the Muromachi period.
  70. The "Tokusen Sinmyocho" (The commentary book of many shrines) assumes that the name of the shrine, 'Nahaka', was associable with Ukanomitama no mikoto, the god of rice.
  71. The "Tokyo Telegraph" that Katsunan had published the previous year was the predecessor of the Nippon.
  72. The "Toriaibu" was a space between the conservation facility and the stone chamber, where soil is exposed.
  73. The "Toshi Kaden" was written in 760.
  74. The "Treaty of Shimonoseki" is a paraphrase of the "Treaty of Bakan."
  75. The "Tsugi-shikishi" has been attributed to ONO no Michikaze, KI no Tsurayuki for the "Sunshoan Shikishi" to KI no Tsurayuki, and the "Masu-shikishi" to FUJIWARA no Yukinari, but these are all refuted today and the authors remain unknown.
  76. The "Tsugi-shikishi" is placed between the developing and complete period, but is included in the developing period here.
  77. The "Tsuma of sashimi (sliced raw fish)," a typical appendage to a dish, is provided with the same meaning.
  78. The "Tsunayakata" (a nagauta, or long epic song/poem, on the House of Tsuna)
  79. The "Uji Shui Monogatari" (a collection of Tales from Uji) contained a story in which Yasusuke made a hole under the floor of the storehouse in his residence, called merchants there one after another, bought goods and killed them by pushing them down the hole.
  80. The "Weilue" was lost but some of its contents were quoted on other books; however since no corresponding part about her name remains, so how her name was exactly written is unknown.
  81. The "Yamashiro no kuni Fudoki" also describes how Oyamakui no kami appeared to Tamayoribime in the form of a red arrow and made her give birth to Kamowake ikazuchi no mikoto (the enshrined deity of Kamowake Ikazuchi-jinja Shrine).
  82. The "Yang Shoujin kyuzobon" is said to have been owned by Yang Shoujing of Qing-dynasty China; Yang came to Japan at the beginning of the Meiji period.
  83. The "Yen" (currency) was officially adopted as the Japanese unit of currency.
  84. The "Zen-o byoryo ki" (a study on the past emperors' mausoleums) supposed the location to be Nafuji Haka (tomb), whereas "Yamatoshi" (a topography of ancient Nara) supposed it to be Onabe-kofun Tumulus.
  85. The "Zentaiheiki" (Record of the Earlier Great Peace)
  86. The "earliest ancestor," Tadashige SUMITOMO, who served Shogun Muromachi, had a son called Yorisada who served Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, and Yorisada's son Sadanobu called himself Osakabe-sho.
  87. The "family" concept spread widely among upper Kizoku members as well, and the shoen (manor) territories were accumulated as family properties and were inherited from the father-side lineage.
  88. The "family" concept that appeared in Kizoku society reached the Emperor in the latter half of the eleventh century, starting the Insei political style in which the head of the Imperial family administered the affairs of the state as the retired emperor.
  89. The "farewell" decorated train using model 260 cars of 261-262 departed from Shinomiya Station at 7:24 as a local train bound for Hamaotsu.
  90. The "good and evil" mentioned here doesn't include legal or moral problems.
  91. The "haneri" is a detachable neckpieces for kimonos that is sewed on a juban, underwear for wafuku (Japanese traditional clothes).
  92. The "harakomeshi" that is common in the surroundings of Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture, and in Iwate and Niigata Prefectures usually uses rice which is cooked in an ordinary manner; as such, the color of rice is white.
  93. The "inner" belief (Buddhism) and the "outer" belief (Confucianism) share the same roots.
  94. The "kami" found in Shinto are objects of faith that are to be feared or held in awe.
  95. The "katsudon" usually implies a pork cutlet as its topping.
  96. The "kimo" in kimosui means literally liver, but actually it's a region of the guts generally composed of the stomach and other parts of adhesive organs, such as the kidneys and bowels.
  97. The "mitarashi dango" that were sold in front of Shimogamo-jinja Shrine gate were originally soy sauce dumplings as described above.
  98. The "nim" after the shogun title for Kim Jong Il therefore is used as an application of this custom and is not used exclusively for the leader.
  99. The "oe" means "prince," and "Nakano oe" means "second prince."
  100. The "originality of Japanese people," which was pursued by this idea, eventually led to the Emperor, and with increasing pressure from foreign countries the feeling for Sonno joi also intensified.
  101. The "revere the emperor, expel foreigners" faction was trying to recover its strength, and the Kyoto protectorate used the Shinsen-gumi for security and searches in the city.
  102. The "revere the emperor, expel foreigners" faction, on the other hand, took a big blow with the deaths of such important activists as Toshimaro YOSHIDA, Kichima KITAZOE, Teizo MIYABE, Matajiro OTAKA, Junjiro ISHIKAWA, Matsusuke SUGIYAMA and Jusuke MATSUDA. (They were later called the "Seven Martyrs" by the new government.)
  103. The "rules" on Shogon (decoration) of the Buddhist altar for enshrinement are more strict than other sects.
  104. The "sango" (A name bestowed to each temple.) for Kanei-ji Temple was Toei-zan, which meant the Mt. Hiei of the east; and its "jigo" (temple name) was the era in which the temple was erected-- akin to Enryaku-ji Temple (in Mt. Hiei) which was built in the Enryaku era.
  105. The "sango" (literally a mountain name) (the sango of a temple was mostly used to indicate where the temple is located) of both of the temples is 'Mt. Aoba.'
  106. The "shaden" (shrine buildings) are designated a national important cultural property.
  107. The "shodai" contained in the temple name is a Chinese word originally from Sanskrit which means "four corners" and "wide."
  108. The "subjugation of Takeda" in Japanese history refers to a series of battles fought by Nobunaga ODA, who invaded the territories of Katsuyori TAKEDA (Suruga, Shinano and Kai Provinces) in order to destroy the Takeda clan, whose power was in decline after the Battle of Nagashino.
  109. The "thick type" of Tenka-ippin is believed to have been developed from this type.
  110. The "treacherous path" refers to the world of confusion (distracting thoughts), while the "safe path" refers to the world of enlightenment (Buddha).
  111. The "treasures" mentioned here are those 'works of arts and crafts' under the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties; that is, they encompass tangible cultural properties other than buildings and structures.
  112. The "zaki" part of shrine's name can also be written using two other alternative characters.
  113. The ''Kenpei police' had 2019 officers (the Koreans were 1012).
  114. The '200-yen fare cap bus' in cooperation with Tango Kairiku Kotsu Co., Ltd started to run on a trial basis on October 1, 2006, and it was highly evaluated.
  115. The '25 worlds' here means 'three realms and twenty-five forms of existence' in Buddhism which is a thought that there are 25 worlds from heaven to hell (it is considered that there are 14 forms in Yokkai (the realm of desire), 7 forms in Shikikai (the realm of form) and 4 forms in Mushikikai (the realm of non-form).
  116. The '4-chome' of Taiken school district and '4-chome' of Shigeno school district are next to each other with Horikawa-dori Street running in between.
  117. The 'Agon no Hoshi Matsuri' fire festival is held on February 11 each year.
  118. The 'Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi' (also called 'Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi', translated literally as, "Sword of the Gathering Clouds of Heaven) is one of the 'Sanshu no Jingi' (the Three Imperial Regalia) and a 'shintai' (an object of worship housed in a Shinto shrine and believed to contain the spirit of a deity) of the Atsuta-jingu Shrine.
  119. The 'Awaji' and 'Sugawara' areas in Higashi Yodogawa Ward, Osaka City, were named after a historical event in which Michizane, as he was being transferred to Dazaifu, landed on a sandbank downstream of the Yodo-gawa River thinking that it was Awaji-shima Island.
  120. The 'Baishoron' is a historical work written with special emphasis on supporting the legitimacy of Takauji ASHIKAGA's rise to power, but it was completed faster than the Taiheiki and relied on a rich assortment of documents.
  121. The 'Ban on Yoshiie accepting land donations' was mentioned in the "Hyakuren-sho" entry for June 12, 1091, but "Gonijo Moromichi Ki" contains no such description.
  122. The 'Battle of Sekigahara folding screen' designated as a National Important Cultural Property is currently held in the Osaka Museum of History.
  123. The 'Big March for Shakubuku' campain started by Soka Gakkai after 1951 has made the shakubuku known in general.
  124. The 'Bon goya gyoji' (an event at a hut in the Bon season) 'Kitone' (a call made to the deceased, meaning "Please come back") in Kisakata-machi, Nikaho City:
  125. The 'Bunten exhibition' (an annual art exhibition sponsored by the Ministry of Education) was held under government management.
  126. The 'Chinese style' in this case relates to both subjects (themes) and the way of painting, and it can be said that Kara-e are the pictures that depict Sansui (landscape, hills and rivers) and customs in the style of Chinese painting.
  127. The 'Christianity Daily' states, 'We wish readers to visit sites that have worldwide influence and amend an error about Korea, and place a way to rewrite enCherry blossom.
  128. The 'Contemporary Drama Division of Uzumasa Studio' was dissolved, and the three films called "Hiko Yasha" were never completed and the company left behind thirty-five silent films.
  129. The 'Daidoishiki' (detailed regulations on the use of the Daidoruijuho) was established in the same year and the prescription of medicines was required to follow its regulations.
  130. The 'Daihannyakyo,' which comes in 601 volumes and 'Kyobako nanahako' (seven boxes for the sutras), is a hand-copied sutra dating back to the early Kamakura period, and is a valuable source for learning the history of faith in villages.
  131. The 'Daiku' serving as Daikushiki played a role of leading Bansho lower than Inzu/Toryo (head of carpenters) and was supposed to be appointed by the employer, but the title of Daikushiki was sometimes transferred or sold and the employer's right of appointment lost substance.
  132. The 'Dark Lake--Kuroi Mizuumi' exhibition was extensively covered by the Hong Kong-based creative lifestyle magazine 'The Outlook Magazine' (reference: the October issue of volume fifty-four, published by Modern Media), earning Yoshida recognition overseas also.
  133. The 'Doshi Honzon' (principle image of priest, which is placed in a ossuary of temples) used in the Nichiren Sho Sect funeral have 'Enma Hoo' (the judge at the gate of Hell) instead of 'Amaterasu Omikami' and 'Godo Myokan' (Officers of the Hell of five posthumous worlds) instead of 'Hachiman Daibosatsu.'
  134. The 'Easy Practice Chapter' (Igyo-bon) explaining the easy path via nenbutsu (Buddhist invocation) in the Jodo (Pure Land) sect caught special attention in later ages, and many researches were conducted into the chapter.
  135. The 'Eisenji' was abolished after the Meiji Restoration.
  136. The 'Engishiki Jinmyocho' (register of shrines and deities within a book of regulations of the Engi era) records one Sono-jinja Shrine deity and two Kara-jinja Shrine deities as 'the three deities enshrined in the Imperial Household Department' and ranks both shrines as Myojin Taisha.
  137. The 'Enmusubi Jishu-matsuri' (matchmaking festival) is held from 2pm on the first Sunday of every month.
  138. The 'Exhibition for Women and Children' was held at Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Department Store.
  139. The 'Fujito-ishi' (Fushito stone) placed on the front side was originally in the residence of the Hosokawa clan, a kanrei-ke family (a family in the post of kanrei, or shogunal deputy), and Hideyoshi had the stone brought here from the Jurakudai residence.
  140. The 'Funagata (boat shape)' bonfire on Mt. Funa-yama in Nishigamo, Kita Ward, Kyoto City is ignited at 20:15.
  141. The 'Furu ike ya' (Old pond) poem by Basho MATSUO and two other verses by him are included among them.
  142. The 'Genji-matsuri' festival held in April of each year features a parade of successive Minamoto clan samurai warriors from MINAMOTO no Mitsunaka to MINAMOTO no Sanetomo of the Kamakura period on horseback and in full armor.
  143. The 'Geshin Jigoku' (Hell of Dissections) of "Shamon Jigoku zoshi" (Stories of Hell for Buddhist Priests) possessed by MIHO MUSEUM (Koga City, Shiga Prefecture) describes endless hell; a monk who had killed and had eaten an animal went to the hell where the monk was killed and chopped and eaten by oni (ogre).
  144. The 'Gion Odori' (Gion Dance) is held every year in autumn.
  145. The 'Gion no Mai' (Gion's dance) has been choreographed only by the Inoue School, thereafter.
  146. The 'Gohogo' means 'Namu Daishi Henjo Kongo (a sutra which is chanted to worship Kobo Daishi).'
  147. The 'Golden trio' composed of Daisuke ITO as a director, Denjiro OKOCHI as leading actor and Hiromitsu KARASAWA as cinematographer, in this period of Nikkatsu Studio became leaders in the twilight of Japanese silent film.
  148. The 'Goshiki Gankake Daruma' is a Kyoto-type daruma doll painted in five color variations, 'blue, yellow, red, white, black,' representing five basic elements, 'sky, wind, fire, water, earth' respectively, which are five elements of the universe in Buddhism.
  149. The 'Hakui Kannon zu' (painting of Kannon (Buddhist deity of mercy - wearing white) in Myogon-in, Sennyu-ji Temple was painted by Noami in 1471.
  150. The 'Hanaya Diary' states that after the selection of poems for 'Sarumino' and a recitation was held, Basho especially ordered Toba no bundai (a tiny wooden desk) from Fukagawa.
  151. The 'Heart' of Hannya Shingyo is a translation of 'h?daya' in Sanskrit (which means 'heart'), or an important thing, but it also means magic (litany, mantra).
  152. The 'Heso-ishi' (navel stone) at the temple is said to be the center of Kyoto.
  153. The 'Hexi' and 'Xihe' meant the west side of this Yellow River.
  154. The 'Hidari-Daimonji' (this term is used to distinguish from 'Daimonji') bonfire in the shape of the letter 'dai (big)' on Mt. Hidari Daimonji-yama, Okitayama, Kita Ward is ignited at 20:15.
  155. The 'Higashino Higashiyama' town is a detached town in the mountain area south-east of the ward.
  156. The 'Hogen shinsei' (new law issued in the Hogen period) of October, 1156 was the compilation, which prohibited violent-conduct of temples and shrines and regulated shoen (manor in medieval Japan).
  157. The 'Hokusetsu Liner' began operating between Osaka and Sasayamaguchi.
  158. The 'Hon-ji kango' was used for a vessel operated from Japan to the Ming, while the 'nichi-ji kango' was used from the Ming to Japan.
  159. The 'Hoshi Mandala' (Star Mandala) that has been succeeded to Horyu-ji Temple and to Kumeda-dera Temple (Kishiwada City, Osaka Prefecture) were created in the 12th century (both of them are important cultural properties).
  160. The 'Hotaru' (Fireflies) chapter describes a horse race taking place at the ground during the Tango no Sekku (Boys' Day) festivities.
  161. The 'Hotsugan bun' (vow) states that they agree to a bond of friendship, promise to help each other upon death and chant Nenbutsu.
  162. The 'Ichimonji-chozubachi' (naturally straight stone basin) near the Kogosho is said to have been presented to the temple by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  163. The 'Image of Senju Kannon,' 'Image of Bato Kannon,' 'Image of Nyoirin Kannon' possessed by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston were the Fenollosa-Weld Collection, and they were created in the 12th century.
  164. The 'Image of Zennyo Ryuo' possessed by Kongobu-ji Temple in Wakayama Prefecture was a Buddhist painting painted by Jochi during 1145, and is designated as a national treasure.
  165. The 'Imperial Covenant Consisting of Five Articles' shall be the basic policy of the state.
  166. The 'Integrated Selection System' was abolished in 1908, but from the following year, the examination questions were standardized for all schools except for the Seventh High School.
  167. The 'Intention to establishment of Doshisha University' was announced to the mainstream magazine and newspaper media throughout the whole country.
  168. The 'Itsuki no komoriuta' song laments this sorrow.
  169. The 'Iwai' section of Volume 2 contains the original of the Japan's national anthem "Kimigayo."
  170. The 'Iwanami bunko,' 'Nihon koten bungaku taikei' and 'Shimpen Nihon koten bungaku zenshu' editions are based on this Umezawa manuscript.
  171. The 'Izana' part of her name comes from 'izanau' (invite), and 'mi' signifies a female.
  172. The 'Izumo' described by Kenko YOSHIDA in the 236th column of Tsurezuregusa (Essays in Idleness) which reads 'There is a place called Izumo in Tanba' refers to this particular shrine.
  173. The 'Japan-Korea single ancestry theory' was behind the motivation for the putting forward of this idea.
  174. The 'Jinmyocho (list of deities and shrines) of the Engishiki' (book or regulations of the Engi era) refers to Uji-jinja Shrine and Ujigami-jinja Shrine as 'the two Uji-jinja Shrines in Uji County, Yamashiro Province.'
  175. The 'Jinmyocho' column gives the name listed in the 'Jinmyocho' volumes 8 and 9 of "Engishiki."
  176. The 'Jinmyocho' was originally a kansha list created by the Jingikan (department of worship), which was instituted under the kodai ritsuryosei (ancient East Asian system of centralized governance), and it is also called the Kanshacho (book of official shrines).
  177. The 'Jinno Shotoki,' which was in harmony with the Mito school (a Tokugawa-era, pro-Imperial school of thought), continued to exert influence over later views of Imperial history.
  178. The 'Jio-Hachiman' battle flags of Tsunashige HOJO is currently existing in Sanada Clan Museum in Matsushiro-cho, Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture.
  179. The 'Jodo-Sanbu-kyo' transcribed by Naahime (written in gold letters on blue paper) is a cultural property designated by Hitachi City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
  180. The 'Jomon doki' (縄紋土器) led to 'Jomon doki' (縄文土器).
  181. The 'Jugyu no Niwa' (Garden of Ten Bulls) contains the Seiryuchi Pond and a Suikinkutsu, an underground water koto, that are both said to be the oldest in Rakuhoku (the northern part of Kyoto City).
  182. The 'Junbo' system was also abolished.
  183. The 'K-Limited Express (K-tokkyu) Orihime' directly connecting with the Katano Line
  184. The 'Kagayaku Hinomiya' was also written once and then also destroyed on orders of someone else (according to Saiichi MARUYA, it occurred at the request of FUJIWARA no Michinaga).
  185. The 'Kakai-sho,' a compilation of the old commentaries, devotes a considerable number of pages to examining the chronological record.
  186. The 'Kamikaze' of Herodotus
  187. The 'Kamogawa River replacement theory' remained dominant until the 1980's.
  188. The 'Kappa Shiryokan' (museum) presents the history of kappa and the local kappa folk stories handed down in various regions.
  189. The 'Kasagake' form of horseback archery began to be popular from the Heian period and reached its peak of popularity in the Kamakura period.
  190. The 'Kasuga' refers to the express train that ran between Nagoya Station and Nara until March 17, 2006.
  191. The 'Katsura dana' in the Jodan no ma (a raised floor level on which the shogun and his retinue sat) of the Shingoten was known as one of the Tenka sandana (three greatest shelves). (The other two are located at the Shugakuin Rikyu [Imperial Villa] and the Sanboin of Daigo-ji Temple.)
  192. The 'Keiho sosho,' established in 1761, was a progressive legal system introducing the 'penal servitude' (imprisonment) system, probation system, and tattoo removal system, and is known to have largely consulted the Ming code compilation.
  193. The 'Kentsuba-monyo-tsuki enkei Kintsuba' refers to kintsuba cakes which have the original round shape and a 'katana tsuba' (also called ken-tsuba, which is a round or squarish guard at the end of the grip of a bladed Japanese weapon such as a 'katana' samurai sword) pattern on the surface.
  194. The 'Ki Fudo' (Yellow Fudo) of Manshu-in Temple in Kyoto which modeled on 'Ki Fudo' (Yellow Fudo) of Onjo-ji Temple which was famous as kantokuzu (image of spiritual reception) was created in the first half of the 12th century, and is designated as a national treasure.
  195. The 'Kicho' screen was used by nobles in their residences from the Heian period.
  196. The 'Kikujin no ho' is a kind of Sokutai (a traditional ceremonial court dress) that was worn by the emperor at small ceremonies, including special festivals such as Teiza (a festival in which the emperor would be seated in a garden), Noriyumi (betting on archery), and Yuba Hajime (imperial ceremony held to celebrate the first arrow to be shot at the Noriyumi).
  197. The 'Kinkakuji' is an assemblage of extremely beautiful sentences, and the whole work is filled with an artistic beauty and transiency that holds Kinkaku-ji Temple at its center.
  198. The 'Kinosaki' train was named after Kinosakionsen Station, the terminal in old Kinosaki Town, Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture, as well as Kinosaki Onsen, the famous hot spring in the town.
  199. The 'Kintoki bean' is named after him, and the 'Kinpira' style of cooking is named after his son Kinpira SAKATA.
  200. The 'Kirishitan lantern' is currently kept in Hodai-in Temple.
  201. The 'Kitano-kata of Reizei Dainagon Takafusa' indicates the legally wedded wife of FUJIWARA no Takafusa, a court officer loved by Emperor Goshirakawa, and she, though being a legally wedded wife, was called 'kitano-kata,' not 'kitano Mandokoro,' because Takafusa did not become Sesssho nor Kanpaku.
  202. The 'Kofun' period was divided into three periods: from the late half of the third century to the early fourth century, it was called the Early 'Kofun' period; then from the end of the fourth century, it was called the Middle 'Kofun' period; during the early sixth century to mid-seventh century was called the Late 'Kofun' period.
  203. The 'Kogai' (Traditional Hairpin accessory) is decorative hairdressing implement used for lifting hair into a bun shape.
  204. The 'Koto' in those days is believed to have become the prototype of today's 和琴 (Wagon), because many of them had five strings, a slightly broadened shape toward the end, and projections at the end for attachment of the strings.
  205. The 'Koyo Chinbutai' army unit planned to take over (occupy) Kofu-jo Castle then would able to lie in wait to attack the 'expeditionary force to the east' from the Castles' advantage.
  206. The 'Language Course' of Kaisei School, which originated to Bansho-wage Goyo (Government Office for Translation of Barbarian Books) established in 1857 by the Tokugawa Shogunate, was separated from Kaisei School, and language schools of the Foreign Affairs Ministry were integrated together with the said separated course to become Tokyo School of Foreign Languages.
  207. The 'Law for the Promotion of Traditional Craft Industries' states that the traditional crafts designated by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry are granted governmental protection and aid, however, of all nihon shishu, only Kyoshu is designated as such.
  208. The 'Local Tax Act' stipulates tax items on which a local governments can impose taxes.
  209. The 'Man' character of the temple's name 'Manpuki-ji' is sometimes written using the simplified kanji (万), but the temple's legal name uses the traditional kanji character (萬).
  210. The 'Mido' was to derive from his nickname of 'Mido Kanpaku' (emperor's chief advisor) when he established Hojo-ji Temple (however, he never became a Kanpaku).
  211. The 'Minsen Giin Setsuritsu Kenpaku Sho' criticized that the political power was not in neither the Emperor nor the people but in Yushi Sensei (despotism by domain-dominated government, Yushi = the bureaucracy).
  212. The 'Mittanseki' tearoom the size of four tatami mats plus one of less than normal size located in the northwestern corner is highly representative example of the shoin style of tearoom and originally stood as a separate building.
  213. The 'Miyakoji Rapid Service' comprising the regional rapid service and the JR Suburban Train Series 221 began operating.
  214. The 'Monju (train)' and 'Tango Discovery' limited express trains in the present train schedule are operated in ways similar to the one in which this train was operated.
  215. The 'Monument of Dr. Wani's Remains' was established in the province.
  216. The 'Morisadamanko' mentioned above introduces dozens of furiuri business dealing with food.
  217. The 'Morisadamanko' says "the ayashiuri takes meat from chicken and goose to sell tofu refuse as meat and some of them commit different types of frauds."
  218. The 'Morisadamanko' says that it happened in the Tenpo era, but it is not certain whether the Tenpo Famine or Tenpo Reforms triggered the crackdown.
  219. The 'Mt. Miwa' can be considered as 'Kannabiyama' (the mountain where gods live), and a guide for Yoshino known as 'Kamioka.'
  220. The 'Munetada-jinja Shrine Goshinko' festival is held every April and is the largest event in the Kurozumikyo calendar.
  221. The 'Nageire-do Hall of the Sanbutsu-ji Temple,' a remnant of mountain religion described earlier, and Ujigami-jinja Shrine Honden (main shrine building) are the only existing examples of shrine architecture before the Heian period.
  222. The 'Nahaka Daimyojin' (honji-butsu [original Buddhist divinity] is Amida Nyorai [Amitabha Tathagata]), the twenty-ninth god of Sanjuban shin, means the enshrined deity of this shrine.
  223. The 'Nantaiheiki' (Defects of the Taiheiki) is a historical work written by Sadayo IMAGAWA in which he attempts to correct the errors in the Taiheiki, though its primary focus is on the achievements of the Imagawa clan.
  224. The 'Nihonshoki' (Chronicles of Japan) describes that Kushitama or Kushimitama (the wondrous, miraculous, or salubrious), and Sakitama, Sachimitama or Sakimitama (the propitious) are part of the elements that constitute Ichirei shikon, suggesting that there had been the idea in the eighth century.
  225. The 'Noboriro' (enclosed stairway) rises 399 steps from the entrance at the Nio-mon Gate to the Hondo.
  226. The 'Nyonin Kekkai Mon' (gate prohibiting women from entering) stands past the Omine Ohashi bridge and the custom of forbidding women from entering the mountain is still enforced.
  227. The 'O' and 'ge' in her name mean 'a lot of' and 'food' respectively, and she is a deity of grain and food.
  228. The 'ONSEN Tourism Department' exists in the administrative organization of Beppu City.
  229. The 'Obaian' tea house which was designed by Sokyu IMAI and was owned by the Makimura family of Imai Town, Yamato Province is well conserved in the Daisen-koen Park in Sakai City today.
  230. The 'Oga-kaku rank' was considered as the standard 'kakaku' (literally, family status or rank) among the merchants of Hakata.
  231. The 'Okama bar (gay bar)' which opens a stall at Doshisha EVE is the popular event every year.
  232. The 'Okuiri Interpretation' and the "Koan Genji Rongi Commentary," the latter of which was written in the Kamakura period, have descriptions asserting that the reason is doubtful.
  233. The 'Old Jurin-in Temple Treasury' (an Important Cultural Property) housed within the Tokyo National Museum was originally located at this temple, and was relocated to Tokyo in 1882.
  234. The 'Otenta' (literally, "the great Tenta") is one of the greatest five swords of Japan, and this sword has been regarded as a priceless treasure since the reign of the Ashikaga Shogun family.
  235. The 'PiTaPa,' a contactless IC card, was introduced in 2004.
  236. The 'Rekirin' that he left is used as a valuable source even now in reading what is called the old calendar and it can be said that there have been no later development of rekiho (method of making calendars) without him.
  237. The 'Renewal Plan of Amagase Dam' had been underway since 1989 to strengthen the functions of flood control and to build the biggest tailrace tunnel in Japan for a greater utilization of its water.
  238. The 'Report on defeating Japanese army in Dangpo,' a military result report to the Yi Dynasty, says that the fan said from the right;
  239. The 'Revised River Improvement Plan' including the building of multipurpose damswas published in 1949, and for Yodo-gawa River system, the 'Revised Basic Plan for Improvement of Yodo-gawa River System' was fixed in 1954.
  240. The 'Rinji-sai' column gives the name given in the "Rinji-sai" volume 3 which lists shrines at which special festivals were held.
  241. The 'Ryozen Rekishikan' (museum) was opened within the precinct in 1970 to exhibit historical materials relating to the Meiji Restoration.
  242. The 'Saeki no atai' and 'Saeki no miyatsuko of the Saeki clan' took charge of it as the Tomonomiyatsuko (the chief of various departments at the Imperial court), and these gozoku (powerful local clans) were then taken in control by the Saeki clan (later given the family name of Sukune by the Emperor) which was the central gozoku of Kinai.
  243. The 'Sakura hito' chapter is said to have been placed after the 'Hotaru' (Fireflies) chapter.
  244. The 'Senmen Koshakyo' (Ancient Sutra Manuscripts on a fan) (Senmen Hokkekyo Sasshi [Lotus Sutra Booklet on a Fan]) is one of decorative sutras that became popular in the end of the 12th century, and Hoke-kyo Sutra (the Lotus Sutra) was copied on the fan-shaped paper (fan-shaped ryoshi) on which nature or customs were described.
  245. The 'Shieiden Managers' and 'Tsuwamono'
  246. The 'Shikinai' column gives the shrine ranking in the Engishiki (procedures of the Engi era) (Myojin or Myojin Taisha), the 'Modern' column gives the shrine ranking under the modern shrine ranking system (kantai kanpei taisha or kokuchu kokuhei chusha), and the 'Beppyo' column specifies whether the shrine is a special list shrine (beppyo jinja).
  247. The 'Shinrei Yaguchi no Watashi' (The Yaguchi Ferry and the Magic Arrows) of kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) deals with this incident.
  248. The 'Shinritsu koryo' (Outline of the New Criminal Code), which was used for 11 short years in the new Meiji government since 1870, was also modeled after the Qing code which succeeded the Ming code.
  249. The 'Shirasagi no mai' (dance of the egrets) performed at Senso-ji Temple (in Taito Ward) also drew upon the Sagi mai.
  250. The 'Shoku Nihongi' (historical books written in the Heian period) describes the reason for the transfer of the capital as easy access to water and land transportation; however,
  251. The 'Showa no Mori' was completed in 1997 as a memorial to the Pacific War.
  252. The 'Sohaya no Tsurugi' (literally, "the sword of Sohaya" was Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's favorite sword.
  253. The 'Southeast Mutual Protection Movement' and the Boxer Protocol
  254. The 'Standard for Seishu Production Process Quality Indications' is defined in the following way by Japanese National Tax Agency Notification 8, of November 22, 1989.
  255. The 'Story of Mitsunaka, who was the Settsu no kami (lord of Settsu Province) that underwent shukke (become a Buddhist monk)' of the Volume 19 Story 4 of "Konjaku Monogatari Shu" began like this.
  256. The 'Sumai no Sechie' (Festival of Wrestling) was held regularly every year as one of 'sando sechi' (three annual Court ceremonies).
  257. The 'Tachibana' here is said to be Tachibana orange, bitter orange or small mikan (Yatsushiro mikan,) however, this is not certain.
  258. The 'Taikyo-an Teahouse' within the temple precinct is said to be where Koetsu spent his final years and the bamboo fence at its front, known as a 'Koetsu-gaki' after Koetsu HONAMI or 'Neushi-gaki' (lit. Sleeping Cow Fence) after his shape, is characterized by its gradually changing height.
  259. The 'Takiri' part of her name can be interpreted in two ways; one meaning is 'fog at the sea' and the other is 'rapids,' signifying the swift current of the Amanoyasukawa river.
  260. The 'Tanto Meimitsuyo' (Short sword signed Mitsuyo) is a short sword which was donated to Honmyo-ji Temple by Yusai HOSOKAWA.
  261. The 'Three Drums' refers to the Kakko drum (or Santsuzumi drum), Shoko drum and Wadaiko drum; the player of the Kakko drum takes a role equivalent to a conductor in Western music, deciding the overall tempo.
  262. The 'Tojiin Studio' constructed by Shozo MAKINO had been owned by Toa Kinema since June 1924.
  263. The 'Tokiwa Kuruwa' (walls of a castle) abutting the main keep of Koriyama-jo Castle(Yamato Province) were said to have been called 'Honmaru Hoin Kuruma,' sinceIchian was given a yashiki (mansion of a feudal lord) here, but they were renamed when the Yanagisawa clan took control of the domain in the Edo period.
  264. The 'Tokugawa' surname established Ieyasu's autocratic powers within the Matsudaira clan and as such, it is thought Ieyasu exploited the entire Matsudaira clan and framework of retainers.
  265. The 'Tokusei' (acts of Virtuous Government) was one of the policies that was promoted as part of this movement and it is necessary to understand that 'Tokusei' is not equivalent to the 'Tokuseirei' (ordering return of land sold and dissolution of debts).
  266. The 'Toriigata (shrine gate shape)' bonfire on Mt. Mandara-yama, Saga Toriimoto, Ukyo Wardi s ignited at 20:20.
  267. The 'Toshidate' that were recorded in Edo period publications such as 'Kogetsusho' (The Tale of Genji Moon on the Lake Commentary) are also, basically, Kanera ICHIJO's chronology.
  268. The 'True Dharma of Buddhism' traditionally respects Shaka as a main image--'Namu Shakamuni-butsu'--and focuses on meditation, mainly with 'the mind itself is Buddha' as its center.
  269. The 'Tsuinashiki Onihoraku,' commonly known as 'Oniodori' (demon dance) held on Setsubun in which red and white mochi and beans are thrown at red, black and blue demons to pray for the casting out of evil spirits.
  270. The 'Tsukushi goto' and 'Tsukushi school of koto music,' which were both started by Priest Kenjun and the direct origin of Yatsuhashi Kengyo's koto and koto music, are not included in zokuso.
  271. The 'Uji Kaisoku SAKURA Special' rapid train, which departed from Yodoyabashi at 9:04 in April 1999, was the only train that used the Keihan Electric Railway Series 2600 (basically, the Series 2600 wasn't used for the 'Uji Kaisoku' because it had no exterior speakers).
  272. The 'Uji Kaisoku' rapid train was discontinued in 1999 with the final operation of the 'MOMIJI (Maple) Special.'
  273. The 'Ukifune no Gi' is a ritual ceremony in which a court lady stands on a turned-over container called ukifune and she strikes the bottom of the container ten times with a long-handled spear.
  274. The 'University Center Kyoto' was established in Kyoto City to realize a credit transfer system among private universities and was the parent organization.
  275. The 'Urashima Taro (Hanako) Condition'
  276. The 'Uzumasa Satsueijo Gendaigeki-bu' (the Uzumasa Studio's Modern Drama division) was then closed.
  277. The 'Visit Japan Campaign Headquarters' were founded on April 1, 2003.
  278. The 'Yamanouchi-Sudo family tree' refers to the one recorded in "Zoku Gunsho Ruiju" (The Collection of Historical Sources, second series), in which there is a description that Toshimichi, a son of Yoshimichi, 'lived in the Sagami Province and used the name of Yamanouchi Takiguchi as his go (byname).'
  279. The 'Yarido' began to be used mainly as an external partition for aristocrats' residence or in architecture for temples, but it seems to have been used as an inner partition as well.
  280. The 'Yatori Jizo' (Jizo Bosatsu which protected Kukai from the arrow) is now enshrined beside the site of the demolished Rasho-mon Gate.
  281. The 'Yoneyama no kubizuka' (burial mound for heads in Mt. Yone) remains in Kawaramachi Town, Hitoyoshi City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  282. The 'Yoshino' and 'Naniwa' immediately pursued the 'Tsi yuen.'
  283. The 'Yugi-ko' (A Review of Play) part of the "Kojiruien" (Dictionary of Historical Terms), an encyclopedia published in the Meiji period, introduced the rules of the game as follows:
  284. The 'Zenkoku Ichinomiya Junpai-kai' has now been formed to bring together those undertaking the ichinomiya shrine pilgrimage, and the organization cooperates with the Zenkoku Ichinomiya kai in conducting events to promote the pilgrimage to Ichinomiya Shrines.
  285. The 'Zoku Shoka Jinbutsushi' by Bunzo AOYAGI tells that Jakuchu studied under Shunboku OOKA, a painter of the Kano school. Jakuchu's tombstone has an inscription by Daiten Kenjo that says he studied at the Kano school; however, there is no historical record of him receiving training there.
  286. The 'absolutely paradoxical identity theory' shown in his last years was evaluated or harshly criticized as being a religious term as opposed to a philosophical term.
  287. The 'assari' ramen are Tenichi's standard and, depending on the shop, may have oil on the surface, similar to ordinary Kyoto ramen.
  288. The 'bake' and 'obake' are also used for good luck brought by chance, in which case the meaning includes not only a change in the subject concerned but also an expectation of change brought about by a speculative spirit as well as fortune-telling that the subject would change for the better.
  289. The 'birth rank' was a social rank of the 'house' and referred to lower class aristocrats and its supplying army and samurai class that served kuge (aristocrats).
  290. The 'blood relationship' was not a 'house' but a blood relationship of a wife and husband, parent and child as well as grandchild, and was referred often as 'ie' (currently defined as house) or 'miuchi' (currently defined as close relatives).
  291. The 'bloody ceiling' within the monks' quarters was made from wooden floorboards from Fushimi-jo Castle to serve as a memorial to the several hundred people who committed suicide under Mototada TORII, a retainer of the Tokugawa clan, during the Siege of Fushimi that led to the Battle of Sekigahara.
  292. The 'bu' unit for measuring area was derived from that the area of a square, 1 bu on a side is also called 'bu.'
  293. The 'bushi' as a 'samurai' fought on the front lines during the Battle of Ichinotani in "The Tale of Heike."
  294. The 'bushi' qualification
  295. The 'bushidan' that established the multilayer relationship from there became 'bushi' and the earlier steps from there was called as 'tsuwamono' and these became customarily used as academic terms.
  296. The 'bushidan' that mediated the 'manor'
  297. The 'bushidan' union by 'blood relation'
  298. The 'bushidan' was the formation of bushi itself that existed in 'medieval' Japan.
  299. The 'chakuryu succession' started among the samurai society first in terms of preventing the shoryo (territory) from being scattered, and it was not until the late Kamakura period that the basis of the system was realized by the whole society.
  300. The 'client list` (literally meaning house list) (= regular customers, patrons, sponsors, backers and money lenders were also included in naming conventions.
  301. The 'color' of soy-sauce varies according to maturing period or temperature in processes; its color; from light bronzed close to clear, to dark red brown close to black, exists.
  302. The 'colors' mentioned in the "Nihon Shoki" are believed to have been blue, red, yellow, white, and black corresponding to the five Confucian virtues (charity, courtesy, sincerity, justice, knowledge), which was based on the Wu Xing (Five Phases).
  303. The 'crane and tortoise' variation
  304. The 'daimyo' mentioned was a 'gozoku-style lord' that led that 'daibushidan.'
  305. The 'exiled on a boat' part is common among the second and third theories.
  306. The 'eye' refers to the spouting holes on the shell.
  307. The 'flavor pepper' is a seasoning similar to the so-called 'garlic pepper,' but it does not include any garlic.
  308. The 'flavor' of soy-sauce refers to 'top note'; sensation of smell, and 'flavor'; sensation of taste.
  309. The 'flowers' of the poem refer to cherry blossoms.
  310. The 'flowers' of the poem refer to plum blossoms.
  311. The 'folk technology' was added to the area of intangible folk cultural properties in the Revised Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties, enacted in 2005.
  312. The 'fusuma-shoji' began to be used as a partition in a place to sleep in the emperor's private room in the Imperial Palace, just after it was first designed.
  313. The 'garlic' mentioned above does not mean ordinary 'grated garlic' but so-called 'ninton (garlic pepper)' (Some shops have 'grated garlic,' but it is not available in most shops.).
  314. The 'glug-glug' sound created when sake is poured is appreciated; for that purpose, the mouth of the tokkuri should not be too wide, but be wide enough for the contents to come out smoothly.
  315. The 'go' by beppu was not the 'go' of the 'district' and was at the same level with a 'district' as an independent tax collection unit.
  316. The 'gonenmon' refers to 'reihaimon' (the gate of worship), 'santanmon' (the gate of praise), 'saganmon' (the gate of aspiration) 'kanzatsumon' (the gate of contemplation) and 'ekomon' (the gate of directing virtue).
  317. The 'gozoku-style lord' that owned a great estate that spanned over multiple counties and manors also ruled over counties, villages of beppu, manors and villages under it and each step consisted of small 'bushidan.'
  318. The 'hanbagu,' one of the waseieigos (Japanese word constructed of elements from one or more English terms), is called 'hamburger' or 'Salisbury steak' in English.
  319. The 'harae kotoba,' one of the "norito" (Shinto prayers) that Shinto priests enchant prior to religious services, reads "Haraedo no Okami and others were created when Izanagi, the great deity, performed misogi-harae (purification rites) at Awakigihara in Tachibana no Odo in Hyuga (in Miyazaki Prefecture) in Chikushi (Kyushu).
  320. The 'haraedo' (also known as 'harae-dokoro,' or 'harae-dono') refers to a site where harae is performed; thus Haraedo no Okami means "deities enshrined in the haraedo."
  321. The 'harisen' is a giant folding fan which is usually made to appear closed, and is used by a straight man (tsukkomi) in a Dotsuki manzai (comic backchat using a tap as an interjection.)
  322. The 'hawker' in the Tohoku Region developed as Takajo of a regular vocation, but declined rapidly because of the change in the economy after the World War II, so only Hidetoshi MATSUBARA, who learned from Asaji KUTSUZAWA (1896-1983) for a year, remains as a present day hawker.
  323. The 'heads' of two supposed ringleaders were at least offered by the Emishi side.
  324. The 'higashi' area is called the area of the dragon dance.
  325. The 'hon-torinoko,' a traditional handmade Echizen paper, is a synonymous with high-quality fusuma paper, which keeps its unique taste and rather, exhibits a more refined touch as it ages.
  326. The 'honji' (true form of the Buddha) for various gods were decided upon and sometimes images of gods were based on monks.
  327. The 'house of tsuwamono' (written as 兵 - soldier) or 'tsuwamono passed down in the family' was an example of this.
  328. The 'human exhibition' was conducted in Gakujutsu-Jinruikan (Academic Humankind Pavilion) and Taiwan Pavilion at the Osaka Exhibition.
  329. The 'hyotan namazu' pokes fun at 'hyonenzu,' which is a national treasure painted by Josetsu, who was a painter/priest in the Muromachi period and this was one of the typical subject matters called 'Otsu-e jisshu' (ten types of Otsu-e).
  330. The 'iki' of Edo is sometimes written as '意気' (iki).
  331. The 'ippon-guma' (one line red shadow of kabuki makeup) was strong but calmer than thick crimson 'sujikuma' (striking style of red facial make-up), and they were both used for a hero who was young and filled with strong morals and used separately depending on the scene in one play.
  332. The 'kabu' is attached to the end of a bamboo a few meters long, and a T-shaped handle (formally called 'shumoku') fixed to the other end enables you to operate it freely.
  333. The 'kachi' were given fuchi mai (an allowance in rice), fought on foot and did not have the entitlement of 'omemie.'
  334. The 'kaeshi' needs a bit of knack.
  335. The 'kai' (meeting) mentioned in "Mumyosho" is about the poetry party.
  336. The 'kaihatsu-ryoshu' and 'bushidan'
  337. The 'kami-shi' refers to a craftsman who prints patterns on newly made paper by using various techniques.
  338. The 'kanewari measurement system' is a theoretical system based on Chinese principles of Yin and Yang, originally used by carpenters and craftsmen for taking measurements in the right proportion.
  339. The 'karakami' for fusuma was produced near Higashinotoin-dori Street.
  340. The 'karakami' produced in the art village was mainly ryoshi for publishing Saga-bon and ryoshi for eiso, and its technique was transmitted to a part of Kyo kami-shi in recent times and laid the foundation for Kyo karakami.
  341. The 'ken' is tied with a rope inside the main body.
  342. The 'ki' of shiroki and kuroki is an old term for sake, and can be written with the characters for alcohol or for precious.
  343. The 'king' is generally considered one of the five kings of Wa (ancient name of Japan).
  344. The 'ko' in Karako's name was used for both male and female names at that time - today 'ko' (meaning 'child') is used only for female names in Japanese.
  345. The 'kondei' (regular soldiers guarding kokubu - ancient provincial offices) or sekisho (checking station)) that managed the army after the dismantling cohort in 792 was basically cavalry with archers.
  346. The 'kotteri' soup, made from chicken and vegetables, is thick with collagen and is often likened to a potage.
  347. The 'kuhi' of his name means pile, (heavy beam of timber) indicating that he is a deity who drives a pile of heavy timber into Oyama ("Big Mountain"), and the mountain's owner.
  348. The 'literary sketch' which Shiki advocated subsequently caused various divisions, including the difference of opinions based on the objective and subjective perspectives, in addition to the conflicts resulting from the different viewpoints within an association.
  349. The 'literati' in contrast to 'warrior,' 'civil officer' in contrast to 'military officer' were referred a little during Nara and early Heian periods but not as a work duty nor connected to later 'bushi.'
  350. The 'mahitotsu' part of his name means 'one eye,' and it is said this was derived from the fact that blacksmiths closed one eye to judge the temperature of iron from its color, or another story that blacksmiths had an industrial disease which made one eye blind.
  351. The 'main research expenses' are the total of research expenses and Grants-in-Aid for scientific research expenses (direct expenses).
  352. The 'maki' (pasture for horses and cattle, written as '牧') was originally defined as a horse farm (written as 牧場) in Kanto region and provided the condition where a handful of bushi with special units could formalize if only a few of those horses could stand training.
  353. The 'makio' (a string connected to 'kakeo' [a string attached to the top]) of the kakejiku mounted a Buddhist painting, myogo (name of the Buddha) and so on is tend to be longer, so, tie the makio around the kakejiku more than three times.
  354. The 'men' (or 'omote', means mask) of Shojo is exclusively used by the Shojo performers.
  355. The 'mi' in 'mikuji' is an honorific prefix and is written with different characters for example the honorific 'mi' and 'kuji', or in the case of a shrine the characters for 'kami' (God) and 'kuji' (lot) or in the case of a temple the characters for 'Buddha' and 'kuji' (lot).
  356. The 'modern masterpiece' designation was given to a work by Vincenzo Ragusa, an Italian who came to Japan and taught sculpture at a school of craft and art.
  357. The 'mother series' with Aiko MIMASU as leading actress became a very popular series lasting for ten years.
  358. The 'mujo' and 'mujo views' could be said to be unique characteristics of the Japanese concept of beauty that has grown over many years since the medieval era.
  359. The 'ne' in the shinmei (name of god) is a honorific title, and 'hiko' is believed to stand for 'Hi no kami no ko' (the child of the god of the sun), but there are various theories.
  360. The 'no' of "Ichinomiya" may be written using hiagana or kanji.
  361. The 'optical light echo' phenomenon is apparently caused by the persistence of a light emission amidst surrounding gas and infrared rays due to the influence of the nearby galaxy IC 2497 which seems to have once included a quasar.
  362. The 'paternal family' notion became stronger when entering the twelfth century, but there were something similar to 'the child having absolute servitude to the parent,' and a similar strong relationship between the father-in-law and the groom by marriage.
  363. The 'picture scroll of the Sumida River' is one of his most important works and the total length of the whole four volumes is 60 meters.
  364. The 'raigo-zu' describes that a dead person is welcomed by someone from Saiho Gokuraku Jodo.
  365. The 'reference' problem: This 'reference' was the document from the allied western powers demanding the retirement of Empress Dowager, and she decided to declare war after being enraged by it.
  366. The 'rice cake' means a sticky thing to catch a bird.)
  367. The 'rubbing' process began to be incorporated prior to the drying process in modern years and the quality gradually improved.
  368. The 'sake-making owner project,' in which the participants planted rice for brewing sake in Tanada, was started on April 23, 2006.
  369. The 'salt pan theory' is no longer accepted, since it was created without knowing there was an outland territory and stated that the salt pan was in Kira's territory.
  370. The 'samurai' under those were called hirazamurai (lower-ranked samurai), heishi (lower-ranked samurai), umanori (horseback riding) and so on.
  371. The 'samurai' were the original bushi in a narrow sense, had shoryo (chigyo [enfeoffment]) and when the war happened he rode on a horse and had the entitlement of 'omemie' ([the privilege to have] an audience [with one's lord, a dignitary, etc.]).
  372. The 'sashimi soy-sauce' has a feature of particular 'fitness' for fatty Sashimi.
  373. The 'sauce' that has been used for several tens of years is said to be the store's prized asset.
  374. The 'sauce' used for kabayaki is made with secret recipe unique to the restaurant, with specific instructions such as 'replenish the sauce continuously' or 'put broiled head section.'
  375. The 'sencha' in the broad sense means 'senji-cha' (tea for decoction) from which the tea is extracted by boiling it in hot water (decoction), in contrast to maccha (powdered green tea, also called tencha), which is made by powdering dried tea leaves without kneading.
  376. The 'sencha' in the narrow sense means the tea made from finely processed burgeons of tea plants grown without covers to shutter the sunlight.
  377. The 'shin-torinoko' is the cheapest product among fusuma papers at present, made of wood pulp and recycled paper by machines consistently from paper manufacturing to pattern painting.
  378. The 'shingon' of the Shingon sect also derives from that mantra.
  379. The 'shoten-cho' should be an official personally or directly appointed by the Emperor, and his duties are to serve for Court rituals, to manage tasks of the department and the staff, and to supervise all members in the department.
  380. The 'shoten-jicho' should be an official directly appointed by the Emperor, and his duties are to support the shoten-cho and to take over his responsibility when he is not available.
  381. The 'soy-sauce tax' lasted until Taisho period.
  382. The 'tan' which serve as places for practicing Zazen and living space for each monk are arranged along the walls as if surrounding the holy monk.
  383. The 'tediousness' of the writing and contents pointed out by both Kuniji YASHIRO and Katsuro HARA, was taken to extremes during this time.
  384. The 'tenno (great emperor)' is the name of the supreme god of space in ancient China and has a deep relationship with Taoism thoughts, and also during the administration of Emperor Tenmu the Taoism influence was accepted, which supports the theory that the Emperor Tenmu started using the notation of tenno.
  385. The 'theory of limitation of constitutional amendment' was clearly stated in some constitutions of other countries.
  386. The 'thousandth anniversary of the Tale of Genji project' was completed.
  387. The 'tokijikuno kagunokonomi' brought back by Tajimamori is described as today's tachibana (wild orange) in kiki (the Kojiki and Nihonshoki).
  388. The 'tomikuji,' which was the origin of the modern lottery and established to collect funds needed for building temples, was also produced special atmosphere.
  389. The 'tsu' in Mihotsu-hime means 'no,' and it means goddess of Miho.
  390. The 'uchi bakama', 'hari-bakama' forms of the hakama (divided trouser-like skirt) were the original forms of the hakama worn formally by court ladies in the Heian period.
  391. The 'ume' crest is used in Dazaifu Tenman-gu Shrine and the 'hoshi umebachi' crest is used in Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine.
  392. The 'underlying principle of national polity' was required teaching material.
  393. The 'unofficial game' was performed frequently at Kaisho.
  394. The 'wake' part of his name means 'young.'
  395. The 'young prince,' who is pregnant by Saisho no Chujo and in a dilemma, comes to wear female dress again, and eventually gives birth to a baby, being sheltered by Saisho no Chujo.
  396. The 'yuya water faucet,' from which hot water runs at the push of a button, is often used.
  397. The 'zenzai' was the word used by Buddha to praise his disciples.
  398. The '及' of OIKAWA is not 'およぶ' but instead a variation of '笈' (or an abbreviation).
  399. The (Kyoto-) Kizu-Nara section was electrified.
  400. The (MINAMOTO no Yoshitoki line) Ishikawa clan
  401. The (east) side on which unmanned ticket gates are installed is also mainly a residential area, and a somewhat uncommon municipal drivers' school, even from a national viewpoint (closed March 2007), is located nearby.
  402. The (external) corridor with a boarded floor running north east of the Ichi no ma is called 'Senshidai.'
  403. The 1.4 km general section (ground level) between Soga-cho and Shido-cho in Kashihara City, the first section in Nara Prefecture, opened on March 30, 2004.
  404. The 1.8m portion on the south side of the last 1.8 x 10.8m room and the southernmost 3.6m portion on the east side of the same room were surrounded by a wall.
  405. The 10 door paintings and 4 wall paintings within the main hall are included as National Treasures along with the building itself but also have separate National Treasure designations as works of art.
  406. The 10 existing volumes are numbers 5, 8, 12, 13 (Kanmu), 14, 17 (Heizei), 20, 21, 22 and 24 (Saga); all the volumes about Emperor Junna are missing.
  407. The 10 percent was large in particular against the population ratio.
  408. The 10 ranks from the highest are as follows: Kanjo, Abhiseka; Being the prince of the law; Being Buddha's son; Non-retrogression; The whole mind as Buddha's; Perfect expedience; Acquiring the seed of Tathagata; Unobstructed cultivation; Clear understanding and mental control; Setting objectives.
  409. The 10 ranks from the highest are as follows: dharma-cloud, the finest wisdom, unperturbed state, afar practice, open mind, mastery of utmost difficulty, glowing wisdom, illumination, purity, and joy from the upper rank.
  410. The 10 ranks, from the highest, are as follows: Vow, Precept, Reflexive power, Non-retrogression, Concentration, Wisdom, Zeal, Remembrance, and Faith.
  411. The 10 ranks, from the highest, are as follows: manifesting in all things the pure, final and true reality; perfecting Buddha's law by complete virtues; exalting the paramitas among all beings; unimpeded; appearing in any form at will; never out of order; without limit; never resenting; beneficial service; and joyful service.
  412. The 10,000 koku in Shinden Domain was not returned to the Matsuyama clan; it was returned to the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and Matsuyama Shinden Domain disappeared.
  413. The 10,000 koku that Nagamasa kept for his own retirement were repossessed at the time of his death.
  414. The 10,000 palanquins that had previously existed in Tokyo City disappeared by 1872, while the number of jinrikisha rose to 40,000, making it the chief form of public transportation in Japan.
  415. The 10-volume books
  416. The 100 best includes rice fields which look very like 'Tanada,' being located on a slope steeper than one twentieth, so it is expected that the Japanese traditional method of agricultural management is inherited in those rice fields, but actually mechanization is under way.
  417. The 100 best rice terraces in Japan
  418. The 100 best roads in Japan
  419. The 100 best, which was published on July 16, 1999, includes Tanada in 134 areas of 117 municipalities all over Japan.
  420. The 100 fuko given for his deed of valor in the Jinshin War was certified as Chudai on September 2 of the same year; this meant that Miushi's children were allowed to inherit one fourth of the 100 fuko.
  421. The 100 fuko given for his deed of valor in the Jinshin War was certified as Chudai.
  422. The 100 years of the ninth Jitsunyo, the tenth Shonyo and the eleventh Kennyo were the chaotic age of civil war.
  423. The 100 yen coin depicts cherry blossoms on its front side.
  424. The 100-yen coin is a subsidiary coin issued by the Japanese government.
  425. The 100-yen cupronickel coin
  426. The 100-yen silver coin
  427. The 1000 Day Circumambulation is a training approved only for selected individuals who have finished a 12 Year Rozan training and a 100 Day Circumambulation.
  428. The 1000-Armed Kannon retained its status as a former National Treasure, but the Shitenno lost theirs because the fire damage was severe.
  429. The 100th National Bank (Daihyaku Bank) -> merged into the Kawasaki Bank in 1927 and renamed the Kawasaki Daihyaku Bank, then merged into the Mitsubishi Bank (the current Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ) in 1943.
  430. The 103rd National Bank was purchased by the Nihon Commercial Bank in 1898, and merged into the Hozen Bank together with other 11 banks in 1923 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Yasuda and the Fuji Bank).
  431. The 105th National Bank (Hyakugo Bank)
  432. The 106th National Bank (Saga Hyakuroku Bank) -> purchased by the Sumitomo Bank (the current Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation) in 1941.
  433. The 109th National Bank (Hyakuku Bank) -> purchased by the Oita Godo Bank (the current Oita Bank) in 1941.
  434. The 10th
  435. The 10th Ikkan tried to restore their family with the style that followed the 1st Ikkan's style.
  436. The 10th Josetsuin Myoyo (1859 - 1940)
  437. The 10th century saw the appearance of Tadayuki KAMO and Yasunori KAMO, a father and a son who mastered all Ommydo, Tenmondo, and Rekido, and ABE no Seimei, one of their disciples and a superb Ommyodo diviner, who was fully trusted by the imperial court.
  438. The 10th disciple: Zeshin
  439. The 10th family head, Narishige HOSOKAWA and the 12th family head, Narimori HOSOKAWA of head family were both from the Uto Hosokawa family.
  440. The 10th feudal lord Yasusada HONDA, founded the school in September 1808 at the suggestion of Kien NINAGAWA, a Confusian scholar.
  441. The 10th head of the Hosho school of waki-kata.
  442. The 10th head of the family (school): KOSE no Tomomune, Masumune's son
  443. The 10th head of the family: Joeki (also known as Junzaburo and 紹心1880 - 1940)
  444. The 10th head, Takefusa KIKUCHI was called from the Kamakura bakufu to be Hakata to participate in Bunei War and Koan War, and fought against the army of Yuan leading the whole family and defeated the enemy.
  445. The 10th rank: Saga Domain
  446. The 1100th anniversary of the transfer of the capital to Heian-kyo was celebrated.
  447. The 110th National Bank (Hyakuju Bank) -> integrated in 1944 and became the Yamaguchi Bank
  448. The 111th National Bank -> closed by the order in 1898.
  449. The 113th National Bank (Hyakujusan Bank) -> purchased by the Hokkaido Bank (later the Hokkaido Takushoku Bank) in 1928.
  450. The 113th abbot of Shokokuji, Daiten Kenjo, had been very close to Baisao, and so he wrote "Baisao den" ("The Life of Baisao"), whose first section was entitled "the gatha (Buddhist poems) of Baisao."
  451. The 114th National Bank (Hyakujushi Bank)
  452. The 118th National Bank -> merged into the 136th National Bank in 1880, and then merged into the Hyakusanju Bank in 1898 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Hozen, the Yasuda, and the Fuji Bank).
  453. The 119th National Bank -> merged with the 149th National Bank in 1885 and became the banking department of the Mitsubishi joint-stock company -> the Mitsubishi Bank (the current Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ).
  454. The 11th
  455. The 11th (last) family head of the Echizen-Asakura clan.
  456. The 11th Hanshiro (1902 - 1965)
  457. The 11th Ikkan took over the 10th Ikkan's intention, and achieved mastery of the craft and his skills was called 'master' and said to be the reviver.
  458. The 11th National Bank (Juichi Bank) -> integrated with the 134th National Bank and became the Aichi Bank (the predecessor of the Tokai Bank) (the current Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ).
  459. The 11th Shogun and the eldest son of Harusada TOKUGAWA
  460. The 11th century : It was transmitted to Myanmar (Southeast Asian Buddhism)
  461. The 11th child of Nobuhide ODA, he was known as Gengo (also Gengoro).
  462. The 11th disciple: Muishin (or Muishi)
  463. The 11th head of the Kajuji family (lineage can be traced to the Kanroji branch of the Takafuji group of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, a noble family) who were tosho-ke (the hereditary lineage of Court nobles occupying relatively high ranks).
  464. The 11th head of the family (school): KOSE no Munehisa, Tomomune's son
  465. The 11th head of the family (the present head): Joeki (also known as 紹真, 1920 -)
  466. The 11th infantry regiment of Hiroshima Garrison (in Hiroshima)
  467. The 11th rank: Hikone Domain
  468. The 11th section: The birth of Kamuyamato iharebiko no Mikoto
  469. The 11th shogun Ienari TOKUGAWA also loved the performance of the Hosho school, and Tayu-Tomoyuki HOSHO could have a large-scale performance of kanjin-Noh (Noh performances held to raise subscriptions for the construction of shrines or temples) in 1848 because of the prosperity of this school.
  470. The 11th son: Yoshikumi TOKUGAWA: the founder of a branch family in the Owari Domain, the father of Yoshihiro TOKUGAWA, the Grand Chamberlain.
  471. The 11th temple of the Saigoku 33 Kannon Pilgrimage, it is known as the steepest one in Saigoku.
  472. The 12 Castles with Existing Castle Towers
  473. The 12 Devas are Katen (literally, fire god: Agni), Suiten (literally, water god: Varuna), Rasetsuten (Rakshasa), Futen (literally, wind god: Vayu), Ishanaten, Enmaten, Taishakuten, Bishamonten (Vaisravana), Bonten (Brahma, a major Hindu deity thought to be responsible for creating the world), Jiten (literally, earth god: Prithivi), Nitten (literally, sun god: Surya), and Gatten (literally moon god).
  474. The 12 Existing Castle Towers
  475. The 12 boats of Ukai fish divided into two groups, but sometimes they pitch a fishing camp together and do fishing at the same time (karami - work together).
  476. The 120 households Oyori received was the greatest amount.
  477. The 120-km/h operation itself was typical of the level of major railways in Europe and the United States, and the 'Asia' train only reached this typical level (however, the complete provision of air-conditioning facilities, including air-cooling equipment alone was the most advanced in the world).
  478. The 121st National Bank (Hyakunijuichi Bank) -> merged into the Sanjushi Bank (one of the predecessor of the Sanwa Bank) in 1897.
  479. The 122nd head of the Fujishiro Suzuki clan died suddenly from illness in 1942, and the clan was extinguished since he had no heir,
  480. The 123rd National Bank -> merged with the 12th National Bank (later Hokuriku Bank) in 1884.
  481. The 1250th commemorating service of the death of Empress Komyo
  482. The 127th National Bank -> moved from Kagawa to Kochi in 1881, and merged into the 37th National Bank in 1896.
  483. The 129th National Bank -> The Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank took over the business in 1896.
  484. The 12th
  485. The 12th Butto Koji Juhachi Son
  486. The 12th Butto Koji Juhachi Son (the 18 Historical Temples with Pagodas).
  487. The 12th Hanshiro (1939 -)
  488. The 12th Mainichi Film Awards, Best actor: Toshiro MIFUNE
  489. The 12th Mainichi Film Awards, Best art direction: Yoshiro MURAKI
  490. The 12th Prince of Emperor Kinmei.
  491. The 12th disciple: Zennen
  492. The 12th family head, Mochinao OTOMO, and the 14th family head, Chikataka OTOMO, were his sons.
  493. The 12th generation, Kinbei Hidetsuna (1546 to September 13, 1618 [old calendar]) was retained by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and became the daikan (local governor) of Kanuma City during the Keicho years.
  494. The 12th head of the Kajuji family (lineage can be traced to the Kanroji branch of the Takafuji group of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, a noble family) who were tosho-ke (the hereditary lineage of Court nobles occupying relatively high ranks).
  495. The 12th head of the family (school): KOSE no Nagamochi, Munehisa's son
  496. The 12th infantry regiment of Hiroshima Garrison (in Marugame City)
  497. The 12th month of Hegira is called the 'Haji month' (pilgrimage month) and it is especially recommended to take a pilgrimage to the Kabah in Mecca during this month.
  498. The 12th rank: Mito Domain
  499. The 12th volume, Fukuo Jiden (autobiography) of the works of Yukichi FUKUZAWA edited by Kinichi MATSUZAKI, Keiogijuku University Press, 2003, ISBN 978-4766408881
  500. The 13 year old Gofushimi had no princes and therefore Fushimi's fourth son, Tomihito (aged 5) became Crown Prince.
  501. The 130th National Bank (Hyakusanju Bank) -> 11 banks including the 130th National Bank were merged into the Hozen Bank in 1923 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Yasuda and the Fuji Bank).
  502. The 131st National Bank -> merged into the 32nd National Bank in 1881 (the current Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation after the Jugo Bank, the Teikoku Bank, the Mitsui Bank, and the Sakura Bank).
  503. The 133rd National Bank (Hyakusanjusan Bank) -> integrated with the Yawata Bank and became the Shiga Bank in 1933.
  504. The 134th National Bank (Hyakusanjushi Bank) -> integrated with the 11th National Bank and became the Aichi Bank (the predecessor of the Tokai Bank) (the current Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ).
  505. The 136th National Bank (Daihyakusanjuroku Bank) -> merged into the Hyakusanju Bank in 1898 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Hozen, the Yasuda, and the Fuji Bank).
  506. The 137th National Bank (Daihyakusanjushichi Bank) -> merged the Kyodo Savings Bank in 1900, renamed the Hyakusanjushichi Bank, and then in 1942, divided into the Kobe Bank (the current Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation) and the Tanwa Bank (the current Bank of Kyoto) and purchased.
  507. The 13th
  508. The 13th National Bank (Konoike Bank) -> merged with the Sanjushi Bank and the Yamaguchi Bank (there is no relationship with the current Yamaguchi Bank) in 1933 and became the Sanwa Bank (the current Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ).
  509. The 13th Nichiin took up Nisshu (13 years old) as his disciple and sent him to Shingyo-ji Temple, in Hirai, Shimotsuke on November 23, 1567.
  510. The 13th Soke Urinsai was a scholar at Kyoto Imperial University was a scholarly iemoto much like Yukosai was.
  511. The 13th century : It was transmitted to Thailand (Southeast Asian Buddhism)
  512. The 13th century was called 'the century of Mongolia' and Mongolia swept across the Eurasian Continent.
  513. The 13th chief priest of Myoraku-ji Temple (Chita City)
  514. The 13th disciple: Shingan
  515. The 13th group of the Ko-type preparatory pilot training course recruited an unprecedented 30000 students.
  516. The 13th group of the Ko-type, which was recruited in 1943, exceeded 20000 students, including both the first and second halves of the group.
  517. The 13th head of the Sadatsuna family line of the Hisamatsu-Matsudaira family
  518. The 13th head of the family (school): KOSE no Mitsuyasu, Nagamochi's son
  519. The 13th infantry regiment (in Kumamoto)
  520. The 13th lord of the domain Toyoteru YAMAUCHI and his younger brother the 14th lord of the domain Toyoatsu YAMAUCHI died in succession.
  521. The 14 pieces in the Ura no ma (back room) of the great study and the screen in the entry hall are also included in the designation.
  522. The 14 ranks from Shoichii (Senior First Rank) to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) were considered as chokuju (ranks given directly by the emperor) and regarded as noble status.
  523. The 140 kinds of herbs useful for medicines, seasonings, restoration, insect deterrents, aromatic odors, etc. and used in our daily lives are displayed.
  524. The 140th National Bank -> merged into the 67th National Bank in 1881 (merged with the Kazama Bank, the Tsuruoka Bank, and the Dewa Bank in 1941 and is the current Shonai Bank).
  525. The 142nd National Bank -> merged into the 32nd National Bank in 1881 (the current Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation after the Jugo Bank, the Teikoku Bank, the Mitsui Bank, and the Sakura Bank).
  526. The 142th Tendai-zasu (head priest of the Tendai sect), served from 1377 to 1381).
  527. The 143rd National Bank -> merged into the 30th National Bank in 1880 (finally merged into the Sanwa Bank).
  528. The 146th National Bank ([former] Hiroshima Bank) -> merged with six banks in the prefecture in 1920, and became (former) Geibi Bank (the predecessor of the Hiroshima Bank).
  529. The 148th National Bank (Yamaguchi Bank) -> merged with the Konoike Bank and the Sanjushi Bank, and became the Sanwa Bank (the current Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ).
  530. The 149th National Bank -> merged with the 119th National Bank in 1885 and became the banking department of the Mitsubishi joint-stock company -> the Mitsubishi Bank (the current Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ).
  531. The 14th Ikkan lost two sons whom he brought up to be his successors by drafted and killed in the Pacific War.
  532. The 14th National Bank (Daijuyon Bank) -> moved from Nagano to Tokyo in 1910, and bankrupted in 1918.
  533. The 14th Nisshu sent a letter to Nissho from Koganei in Shimotsuke Province on September 4, 1617.
  534. The 14th Shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA went to the capital in March 1863 at the request of the Imperial Court.
  535. The 14th and 17th volumes are in the same style as the Maeda book, and the 22nd and 24th volumes are in the same style as the Kitano book.
  536. The 14th century is called the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (in Japan).
  537. The 14th descendant from Amatsuhikone no mikoto.
  538. The 14th disciple: Teishin
  539. The 14th head FUJIWARA no Tsunenori changed the family name to Hatano, and became the founder of the Hatano clan.
  540. The 14th head of the Takayasu school.
  541. The 14th head of the family (school): KOSE no Tomoie
  542. The 14th infantry regiment (in Kokura)
  543. The 14th regiment (Major NOGI) headed toward Ishinuki, while sending a reconnaissance party to the Takase area.
  544. The 14th witnessed many events, namely the secret Imperial command against the Shogunate army, the issuance of the order to assassinate Aizu and Kuwana, and the submission of the acknowledgement of this order to Saigo, Okubo, Shinagawa and others (the acknowledgement of the order was signed by Takeo (Kichinosuke) SAIGO.
  545. The 15 major zaibatsu
  546. The 152nd National Bank (moved from Okinawa -> Kagoshima -> Tokyo -> Osaka, and then became the Daihyakugojuni Bank) -> dissolved in 1901.
  547. The 153rd National Bank ->merged into the 111th National Bank in 1886.
  548. The 15th Ikkan, an adopted son-in-law, died before he achieved great success as a craftsman.
  549. The 15th National Bank (Jugo Bank) -> merged into the Teikoku Bank in 1944.
  550. The 15th day of the lunar calendar falls on the Kishuku-nichi day (when oni or ogre do not walk around and it's a very lucky day for everything except for weddings) of the Nijuhasshuku (Twenty-eight mansions, a date counted in Chinese astronomy), and the day is said to be of Good Fortune for everything.
  551. The 15th disciple: Nyusai
  552. The 15th head of the Katagiri family, Sadayasu KATAGIRI, received instruction from Sotatsu ISAWA.
  553. The 15th head of the family (school): KOSE no Tomoyasu
  554. The 15th headmaster of the head family in the Kanze school.
  555. The 15th shogun Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA conducted Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor) on the Tosa clan's advice on November 9, 1867 and the Tokugawa Shogunate perished.
  556. The 15th shogun, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA carried out Taisei Hokan (the policy of returning power to the emperor) in 1867, and Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was overthrown, and then the Meiji government was established in compliance with the Restoration of Imperial Rule.
  557. The 15th temple of the 25 Kansai Hana no Tera (the temples famous for flowers in Kansai Region)
  558. The 16 Rakans
  559. The 16 major private railways have large passenger transportation volume and are achieving a satisfactory level of profit.
  560. The 16 tools of Shugen
  561. The 16 tools of Shugen represent the only world, Jikkai (the Ten Realms), Fudo Myoo (Acala, one of the Five Wisdom Kings), the mother's womb and so on.
  562. The 16 translations among 156 articles were published in the bulletin, among which 7 were translated by Masanao NAKAMURA.
  563. The 16,550 square meters' garden consists of Karesansui (dry landscape style), ponds, springs and a wide garden.
  564. The 16.5 cm-height cinerary urn was made of copper with a coupled lid and it is said that there was blue-gray ash-like substance inside.
  565. The 16th Division of the Japanese army was stationed in Fukakusa.
  566. The 16th National Bank (Juroku Bank)
  567. The 16th Roppeita KITA (December 6, 1924 to -), is a Noh actor of the shite-kata Kita school (one of the five schools of shite-kata [main roles]).
  568. The 16th disciple: Nyushin (of Anazawa)
  569. The 16th envoy to Tang Dynasty China (18th, when the total number of such envoys was considered 20) included Saicho and Ryosen who was awarded the title of Sanzohoshi later in China.
  570. The 16th family head, Moritatsu HOSOKAWA became the chair person of the National Treasure Reserve Committee and he was called 'the lord of art.'
  571. The 16th head of the Fukuo school.
  572. The 16th head of the Hosho school of shite-kata.
  573. The 16th head of the family (school): KOSE no Gyoson, the first son of Tomotaka (Nagamochi's second son)
  574. The 16th headmaster of the head family in the Kita school.
  575. The 17th National Bank (Jushichi Bank) was merged with the Chikuho Bank (there is no relationship with the current Chikuho Bank), the Kaho Bank, and the Fukuoka Savings Bank in 1945 and became the Fukuoka Bank.
  576. The 17th Prince of Emperor Reigen
  577. The 17th chief priest Jitsuzen (the disciple and nephew of Shoun) went on to become Tendai Zasu.
  578. The 17th disciple: Nenshin
  579. The 17th family head of the Shimo-Reizei family
  580. The 17th family head, Morisada HOSOKAWA took a post of secretary of the prime minister, Fumimaro KONOE, he also worked in political action during wartime and left the "Hosokawa diary."
  581. The 17th head of the Hosho school.
  582. The 17th head of the family (school): KOSE no Gyogon
  583. The 17th head, Taketomo KIKUCHI, secured his position as Shugo of Higo Province, and reconciled with Ryoshun, with Koremasa ASO, and thereafter the warring state came to be stabilized.
  584. The 18 grand head temples of the main 16 schools were set up as the Grand Head Temple's association of Shingon sect schools (Kakuzankai) on June 15, 1958, in order to communicate with each other, cultivate mutual friendships and hold events in cooperation with one another.
  585. The 18 guilty persons appealed to the daishin-in.
  586. The 18 head temples of the Shingon sect, which join in Kakuzankai
  587. The 1819th line bound for the east exit of Kashiharajingu-mae Station (Shobucho 4 chome=>Noguchi=>Oka-dera mae=> Asuka-daibutsu mae =>the east exit of Kashiharajingu-mae Station)
  588. The 183-meter-long tumulus is the largest square front, square back mound in Japan.
  589. The 1881 Political Crisis and Formation of Political Parties
  590. The 1881 Political Crisis drove off the radicals, which supported the freedom and popular rights movement, including Okuma, and helped the government establish a firm regime that had Hirobumi ITO as the central figure.
  591. The 1885 Daijokan tasshi no. 69 and the Naikaku-shokken
  592. The 1889 constitution did not, however, include any regulations on the Cabinet.
  593. The 18th National Bank (Juhachi Bank)
  594. The 18th and 19th centuries saw the creation of the most sophisticated works.
  595. The 18th century was also the onset of a little ice age causing temperatures in the northern hemisphere to drop, which worsened the famine.
  596. The 18th chapter
  597. The 18th disciple: Nyushin (of Hatta)
  598. The 18th generation of the family, Sadayoshi, wrote about changes since the 'Sangiitto', compiling them into the 'Seven Volumes of Ogasawara Etiqutte', which covered samurai etiquette.
  599. The 18th head of the family (school): KOSE no Tomoyo
  600. The 18th temple of the 36 Fudo Temples in the Kinki Pilgrimage.
  601. The 1950's and 60's were the heyday of manzai.
  602. The 1951 film "Yukiwariso" depicted a serious family conflict in the style of a light-hearted family drama but it met with mediocre box-office ratings and reviews in Japan.
  603. The 1980s
  604. The 1990s
  605. The 1996 Amendment to the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties restricted the designation to only architectural structures, and excluding arts and crafts and historical written materials.
  606. The 19th CENTURY HALL, which exhibits science technology and arts from the 19th century, is located in front of the station, and one can see locomotives such as JNR steam locomotive D51 class (type D51) and other items there.
  607. The 19th National Bank (Daijuku Bank) -> merged with the Rokujusan Bank and became the Hachijuni Bank (19+63=82)
  608. The 19th disciple: Myoho
  609. The 19th head Yoshitsune lived in Matsuda-go.
  610. The 19th head of the Hosho school of shite-kata.
  611. The 19th head of the Yoshida family named Oikaze YOSHIDA submitted a report on records of the past to the Tokugawa shogunate in the Kansei era, and it says the family business of the Gojo family was to issue passes and luggage tags for travelers.
  612. The 19th head of the family (school): KOSE no Koyu
  613. The 1st Battalion Commander: Major Yoshimasa OSHIMA
  614. The 1st Japanese Film Technology Awards, Art award: Yoshiro MURAKI
  615. The 1st London Film Festival, The most original and imaginative film
  616. The 1st brigade
  617. The 1st century A.D.: It was transmitted to China (Chinese Buddhism)
  618. The 1st generation and founder of the household is the 5th prince of Emperor Kameyama, Imperial Prince Moriyoshi, however, his estates were forced to be given, not to his biological son, but to the son (latter day Fukakusanomiya) of Imperial Prince Hisaaki (Jimyoin-to) by intervention of Kamakura bakufu.
  619. The 1st lord of Kumamoto Domain
  620. The 1st son of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro (some books say that FUJIWARA no Kusumaro is the 1st son of Nakamaro, but the theory that Mayori is the 1st son is chronologically correct).
  621. The 1st to the 5th sections were constructed solely by Fujita Gumi and completed in 1950.
  622. The 1st university district
  623. The 2 day and 3 day tickets can be used partly for the Keihan Ishiyama-Sakamoto Line and Otsu district of Keihan Bus in addition to the current limited use.
  624. The 20 pieces of Dokyo were placed around the wooden chest consecutively forming a rectangle, which is entirely different from such an arrangement of only one piece being placed in the center as frequently seen in the tumuli of the early Kofun period.
  625. The 20 students of the inaugural class graduated in July 1876.
  626. The 20 volumes of the "Manyoshu" begin with a poem by Emperor Yuryaku, one of the five kings of Wa, or ancient Japan.
  627. The 20-Year Project for Investigation and Preservation is scheduled from 1989 to 2009.
  628. The 20-volume book covers the names of provinces, counties and villages, which constituted area units for administrative control in the ancient ritsuryo code-based system, constituting a basic historical document even in this aspect.
  629. The 20-volume books
  630. The 20-volume work which had been compiled by ISHIKAWA no Natari and KAMITSUKENU no Okawa was reduced to 14 volumes by FUJIWARA no Tsugutada, SUGANO no Mamichi, and AKISHINO no Yasuhito, then it was completed in 794.
  631. The 200-year-old Gyoei-koji said to Kenshin, "I have waited for you long."
  632. The 2000s
  633. The 2002 academic year
  634. The 2004 NHK Historical Drama "Shinsengumi!," broadcast by Japan Broadcasting Corporation, made good use of the rumor spread at that time that Harada had assassinated Ryoma SAKAMOTO.
  635. The 2004 academic year
  636. The 2005 academic year
  637. The 2006 academic year
  638. The 2007 academic year
  639. The 2008's Koshohajime took place in the Imperial Palace on January 10.
  640. The 2009 'Green Forest Concert' was held on June 7 (Sunday) from 1 PM.
  641. The 207 series are operated on a track to Kizu and the position of priority seats is not reversed.
  642. The 20th National Bank (Niju Bank) -> merged into the Daiichi Bank in 1912.
  643. The 20th disciple: Jizen
  644. The 20th head of the family (school): KOSE no Senyu
  645. The 21st National Bank (Nijuichi Bank) -> merged with the Ika Bank and the Gohoku Bank in 1929 and became the Kohoku Bank, and then in 1942, purchased by the Shiga Bank.
  646. The 21st disciple: Yuibutsu
  647. The 21st head of Keiha School (one of the sculptor schools of Buddhist statues).
  648. The 21st head of the family (school): KOSE no Genyu (源有)
  649. The 21st headmaster of the head family in the Kongo school.
  650. The 22 Shrines are part of the Shakaku for Shinto shrines.
  651. The 22 poems collected in "Shinyo Wakashu" were selected from "Kakimon-in shu": 17 poems from Kakimon-in shu and 5 exchanged poems with Kakimon-in.
  652. The 223-6000 series are mainly used on the JR Takarazuka Line, but when they are used on the Yamatoji Line, the positions of car numbers, priority seats and restrooms are opposite to that of other trains.
  653. The 22nd National Bank (Nijuni Bank) -> 11 banks including the 22nd National Bank were merged into the Hozen Bank in 1923 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Yasuda and the Fuji Bank).
  654. The 22nd World Heritage Committee (December 1998)
  655. The 22nd disciple: Yuishin (of Tomori)
  656. The 22nd head of the family (school): KOSE no Shigetomo
  657. The 22nd head, Yoshiyuki KIKUCHI, who fled from Tamemitsu, escaped to Shimabara via Tamana, seeking refuge with the Arima clan, and in cooperation with Shigemine JO (城重岑) and Yukiharu KUMABE and others, he made Tanemitsu to kill himself.
  658. The 23rd National Bank (Nijusan Bank) -> merged into the Oita Bank in 1927 and became the Oita Godo Bank (the current Oita Bank).
  659. The 23rd disciple: Yuishin (of Hataya)
  660. The 23rd head of the Kanze school.
  661. The 23rd head of the family (school): KOSE no Nagatomo
  662. The 24 people had their left ears cut off on Ichijo Modori-bashi Bridge located at Horikawa-dori Street in Kyoto (Hideyoshi ordered to cut off their ears and noses) and were dragged through the city streets.
  663. The 24th Combined Air Corps under the control of Osaka Police.
  664. The 24th disciple: Yuien
  665. The 24th generation headman Motoshige KANZE is particularly famous among them; he was popular because of his good looks and beautiful voice, which brought overwhelming popularity to the Kanze school during the Meiji, the Taisho, and the Showa periods.
  666. The 24th headmaster of the head family of the Kongo school.
  667. The 25 Sacred Sites of Floral Temples in the Kansai Region is a pilgrimage covering 25 temples famous for seasonal flowers across the six prefectures of Osaka, Hyogo, Kyoto, Shiga, Nara and Wakayama.
  668. The 25 works are as follows.
  669. The 25th National Bank (Nijugo Bank) -> merged in 1928 and became the Tsuruganijugo Bank (finally merged into the Sanwa Bank).
  670. The 25th day of the 12th month in the old calendar is Buson Day.
  671. The 25th line bound for Oka-dera
  672. The 26-kilometer Takenouchi-kaido Road is a kaido (road) that heads east for the area around Nagao-jinja Shrine in Katsuragi City, Nara Prefecture from Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture through the south foot of Mt. Nijo-zan (Nara Prefexture and Osaka Prefecture) and Takenouchi Pass.
  673. The 264 years of the Edo bakufu are referred to as the 'Edo period' or 'Tokugawa period,' and the Tokugawa family took a significant amount of control over Japan.
  674. The 26th head of the Kanze family, Kiyokazu KANZE, is commemorated with a monument at Shizuoka Asama-jinja Shrine in Miyagasaki Town, Aoi Ward, Shizuoka City, which was the place where Kannami staged his last performance.
  675. The 27th Emperor Ankan (Kinoto in 535)
  676. The 27th National Bank (Nijushichi Bank) -> renamed the Tokyo Watanabe Bank in 1920.
  677. The 27th head of the Kanroji family (lineage can be traced to the Kajuji line of the Takafuji group of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, a noble family) who were tosho-ke (the hereditary lineage of Court nobles occupying relatively high ranks).
  678. The 27th site on the Kinki Rakuju 33 Temple Pilgrimage
  679. The 28 constellations of Chinese astrology (in which the moon's apparent path across the sky is split into 28 sections) are divided into 4 groups of 7 constellations, 1 group for each of the 4 directional gods, and each group was thought to model the appearance of its god.
  680. The 284cm statue is assembled from separate pieces of wood and covered in lacquer and gold leaf.
  681. The 29th National Bank (Dainijuku Bank) -> merged with the Yawatahama Commercial Bank and the Ozu Bank in 1934 and became the Yoshu Bank (the current Iyo Bank).
  682. The 2nd Article of the Constitution of Japan prescribes that the Imperial Throne is hereditary but, as for the manner thereof, the same provides that it shall be determined by the Imperial House Act and does not refer to, for example, the gender of the successor.
  683. The 2nd Floor houses Temple Treasure Exhibit Room and Yosano Memorial Hall, which exhibits articles, and other items left by Tekkan YOSANO and Akiko YOSANO (Koun SHIGARAKI, who started Kurama-kokyo Sect, was a poet who studied under the YOSANO's).
  684. The 2nd Shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA followed this procedure upon assuming the office of Shogun 2 years later in 1605, as did the 3rd Shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA in 1623, but the 4th Shogun Ietsuna TOKUGAWA and the later Shoguns did not.
  685. The 2nd and the 4th brigades attacked the Satsuma army, which had raided Mt. Kihara, from both sides, making the Satsuma army retreat to Kawajiri.
  686. The 2nd brigade
  687. The 2nd company of the Hoyoku-tai troop also advanced to Teikakugoe.
  688. The 2nd company of the Hoyoku-tai troop retreated from Iwadana to Sanpokai along the Teikaku-do Road.
  689. The 2nd generation, Prince Songa
  690. The 2nd head Kanko AOYAGI (Rokujian Rikan)
  691. The 2nd head priest Seikei Tsutetsu converted this hut into a Buddhist temple.
  692. The 2nd infantry regiment of Tokyo Garrison (in Sakura)
  693. The 2nd son of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro.
  694. The 2nd university district
  695. The 30-year old or older persons with Koshaku (公爵) or Koshaku (侯爵) became permanent members of Kizokuin, persons with Hakushaku, Shishaku or Danshaku elected as seven-year-term members from among the members; they were regarded as "loyal hedge guarding the Imperial family."
  696. The 300-meter long section from Hanazonobashi Crossing to the bifurcation point with Kawabata-dori Street around the Takaragaike Station belongs to National Highway Route no. 367 and the section between Kitaoji-dori Street and Niomon-dori Street is Kyoto City Municipal Road No. 182 Keage-Takano-sen.
  697. The 30th National Bank (Sanju Bank) -> purchased by the Sanjushi Bank (one of the predecessor of the Sanwa Bank) in 1929.
  698. The 31st Emperor Yomei (Hinotohitsuji in 587)
  699. The 31st National Bank -> merged into the 148th National Bank in 1888 (finally merged into the Sanwa Bank).
  700. The 31st temple of 33 Saigoku Kannon Pilgrimage
  701. The 32 programs listed above plus the eight programs below:
  702. The 321 Series trains are operated up to this station.
  703. The 32nd Chori, the priestly Imperial Prince Saihan, was also of the Fushiminomiya family but he quit the priesthood and became Imperial Prince Yamashinanomiya Akira.
  704. The 32nd Emperor Sushun (Mizunoene in 592)
  705. The 32nd National Bank (Naniwa Bank) -> merged into the Jugo Bank in 1920, and the current Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation after the Teikoku Bank, the Mitsui Bank, and the Sakura Bank.
  706. The 32nd anniversary of death Kokuzo Bosatsu (Hokai-o (the third judge after Ju-o))
  707. The 32nd head of the family (school): KOSE no Kanechika
  708. The 33 Temples of Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage
  709. The 33 Temples of Rakuyo Kannon Pilgrimage in Kyoto
  710. The 33 Temples of Rakuyo Kannon Pilgrimage in Kyoto consists of 33 sacred places enshrining Kannon Bosatsu in Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  711. The 33 temples that are visited during the Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage
  712. The 335 clan names of 'Kobetsu', which were listed at the top of the register, comprised clans that had branched out from the Imperial Family after the time of Emperor Jimmu.
  713. The 33rd Empress Suiko (Tsuchinoene in 628)
  714. The 33rd head of the family (school): KOSE no Shoseki, real name Kaneoki.
  715. The 34th Infantry Regiment later came to be commonly called Tachibana Rentai (Tachibana Regiment), and this alias has been handed down to date as the another name of the 34th Infantry Regiment of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF), because it is stationed exactly in the same army post numbered 34.
  716. The 34th National Bank (Sanjushi Bank) -> merged with the Konoike Bank and the Yamaguchi Bank (there is no relationship with the current Yamaguchi Bank) in 1933 and became the Sanwa Bank (the current Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ).
  717. The 34th section of the J. League Division 2 was held on August 16 Thursday, but only the game (in Nishikyogoku) between Sanga and Consadole Sapporo kicked off at 17:20, starting at twilight.
  718. The 35th envoy was the envoy from Dongdan who called himself Bokkaishi.
  719. The 36th National Bank (Daisanjuroku Bank) -> merged into the Nihon Chuya Bank in 1942, and merged into the Yasuda Bank in 1943 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Fuji Bank).
  720. The 3791st poem collected in the 16th volume of Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) is a choka (long poem) in which 'the bamboo cutter' composes a poem about a heavenly maiden, which suggests that it might be related to the tale.
  721. The 37th National Bank (Kochi Bank [there is no relationship with the current Kochi Bank]) -> merged the Tosa Bank in 1923 and renamed the Shikoku Bank.
  722. The 37th line bound for Ishibutai Kofun
  723. The 38 comrades with the general Tadamitsu (among them were 18 samurai who had left Tosa Domain and 8 samurai who had left Kurume Domain) left Hoko-ji Temple and headed to the Yamato Province.
  724. The 381st Naval Air Corps, which the original unit was Miho, was opened.
  725. The 38th Emperor
  726. The 38th temple of the Saigoku Yakushi 49 Temple Pilgrimage
  727. The 39th National Bank (Sanjuku Bank -> [former] Gunma Bank) -> absorbed into the Gunma Daido Bank in 1932 together with the Joshu Bank (the current Gunma Bank).
  728. The 3rd Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (December 1997)
  729. The 3rd Shogun, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA rebuilt Konponchudo Hall.
  730. The 3rd brigade
  731. The 3rd brigade advanced to Otsu and moved the headquarters to there.
  732. The 3rd century : It was transmitted to Ceylon (Sri Lankan Buddhism)
  733. The 3rd family head, Prince Yamashinanomiya Takehiko was born in 1898.
  734. The 3rd generation, Prince Yoshinari
  735. The 3rd head Myomon NAKAMURA (Founder of Mt.Tento Butsubo-ji Temple, Rokujian Nyoko 1946-2005)
  736. The 3rd head of Senke school, Sotan, had passed Fushin-an house on to his 3rd son, Sosa KOSHIN, and moved to newly built tea-ceremony house on the same premise to spend his retirement together with his 4th son, Soshitsu Senso.
  737. The 3rd head of the house of the Imperial Prince Tokiwai.
  738. The 3rd infantry regiment of Tokyo Garrison (in Takasaki)
  739. The 3rd university district
  740. The 3rd volume of the works of Yukichi FUKUZAWA edited by Masanori KOMURO and Shunsaku NISHIKAWA, Keiogijuku University Press, 2002, ISBN 978-4766408799
  741. The 4 types are shiromari (white ball), kijimari (material ball), kusubemari (smoked ball), and karamari (Chinese ball).
  742. The 4.9-kilometer street, extending from Kawabata Street in the east to Tenjingawa-dori Street at Uzumasa in the west, is at one point bisected by Nijo Station.
  743. The 40 Japanese who were hoping to return and other 3 left for Japan, and the Kingdom of Hawaii firmly promised to dismiss Van REED, the General to Japan in Hawaii, who had recruited the immigrants.
  744. The 404 clans of 'Shinbetsu' were clans that had branched out from the age of the gods or appeared before the time of Emperor Jimmu.
  745. The 40th book was a literary work titled "Shakespeare Kenkyu Shiori" (research guidebook of Shakespeare) (published in December 1928).
  746. The 40th signature was written by Gyoku.
  747. The 42 arms consist of two with Hohatsu and two clasped in prayer, in addition to the 38 arms with Jimotsu.
  748. The 42 arms is explained as follows; the 40 hands except two clasped hands in prayer at the front of the breast relieve each of the 25 worlds, that is, '25X40=1,000.'
  749. The 44th National Bank -> merged into the Third National Bank in 1882 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Hozen, the Yasuda, and the Fuji Bank).
  750. The 450th Onki Hoyo (annual memorial service)
  751. The 45th Committee on Science and General Assembly of International Whaling Commission (May 1993)
  752. The 45th, BLOCK30
  753. The 48 Vows
  754. The 48 Vows have been broken down into three categories by Eon and Kyogo, of China.
  755. The 48 Vows refers to the 48 vows made by Hozo Bosatsu (Dharmakara) prior to the start of ascetic training to attain Buddhahood.
  756. The 48th National Bank (Daishijuhachi Bank) -> merged with the Akita Bank (1896-1941) and the Yuzawa Bank and established as a new legal entity, Akita Bank on October 20, 1941.
  757. The 49 Temples of Kansai Yakushi Pilgrimage
  758. The 49 Temples of Kansai Yakushi Pilgrimage consists of 49 sacred places enshrining images of Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha) in Osaka Prefecture, Hyogo Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture, Shiga Prefecture, Nara Prefecture, Wakayama Prefecture, and Mie Prefecture.
  759. The 49th National Bank (Daishijuku Bank) -> purchased by the Kyoto Commercial and Industrial Bank in 1908, and then merged into the Daiichi Bank (the current Mizuho Bank) in 1916.
  760. The 4th Monday of September: Kushi Matsuri (Comb Festival) at Yasui Konpira-gu Shrine (Kyoto City)
  761. The 4th battalion led by KIRINO and the 5th battalion led by IKEGAMI were to make a frontal attack, and the 1st battalion led by Kunimoto SHINOHARA, the 2nd battalion led by Shinpachi MURATA, the Kajiki battalion led by Shinsuke BEPPU, and part of the 3rd battalion led by Yaichiro NAGAYAMA were to make a rear attack.
  762. The 4th brigade
  763. The 4th brigade attacked Tooriyama from the two sides of Fukuyama and of the Miyakonojo-kaido Road and Jingatake.
  764. The 4th century : It was transmitted to the Korean Peninsula (Korean Buddhism)
  765. The 4th generation master, Soya, was noted for reviving the So school of tea ceremony.
  766. The 4th head Nyosen NAKAMURA (President of specified non-profit jiridical person Kogetsu Enshu's Zen School of Tea ceremony head family, 1973-)
  767. The 4th shogun, Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA, was extremely fond of his style.
  768. The 4th son of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro.
  769. The 4th temple of the 18 Historical Temples with Pagodas (18 Sacred Sites of Butto-koji)
  770. The 4th university district
  771. The 4th year of Keio is the first year of Meiji (1868).
  772. The 50,000 koku Makabe was inherited by his third son, Nagashige, whose son Naganao moved to Ako, and this lineage produced Naganori ASANO, famous for the Genroku Ako Incident (also known as The Revenge of the Forty-seven Samurai).
  773. The 500 Yen note (C) was manufactured until 1985 even after 500 Yen coins began circulation in 1982.
  774. The 500 soldiers of Taira's army were scattered away by 17 soldiers of the Minamoto clan.
  775. The 50th National Bank (Tsuchiura Goju Bank) -> integrated with the Tokiwa Bank in 1935 and became the Joyo Bank.
  776. The 50th anniversary of the independence of India is commemorated within the precinct and there is a monument honoring the Indian judge Radha Binod Pal, the lone justice on the International Military Tribunal for the Far East to find all the defendants not guilty.
  777. The 52 (including one designated in 2008) images depicting the bodhisattva that ride flying clouds as they accompany Amitabha to Earth have been designated National Treasures.
  778. The 52 ranks of Bosatsu
  779. The 52nd National Bank (Daigojuni Bank) -> merged with the Nakada Bank in 1937 and became Matsuyama Gojuni Bank (the current Iyo Bank).
  780. The 53 Stations of the Tokaido Road
  781. The 53 heads were shown at Abeno in Osaka Tennoji.
  782. The 53 posting stations on the Tokaido Road, which connected Edo (Nihonbashi (Chuo Ward, Tokyo) and Kyoto (Sanjo Ohashi Bridge) during the Edo period.
  783. The 53 stations of the Tokaido Road (Tokaido gojusan tsugi) can mean:
  784. The 53 stations of the Tokaido Road (a game)
  785. The 57 stations of the Tokaido Road
  786. The 57th National Bank (Daigujushichi Bank) -> purchased by the Chuetsu Bank (one of the predecessor of the Hokuriku Bank) in 1940.
  787. The 58th National Bank (Daigojuhachi Bank) -> merged into the Hyakusanju Bank in 1898 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Hozen, the Yasuda, and the Fuji Bank).
  788. The 59th National Bank (Daigojuku Bank) ->integrated with four banks in the prefecture in 1943 and became the Aomori Bank.
  789. The 5th section of the J. League 2nd Stage was scheduled for August 16 Saturday, but only the game between Sanga and Yokohama Marinos was carried out a day earlier on August 15 Friday (kicked off at 19:00 in Nishikyogoku).
  790. The 5th university district
  791. The 6-meter-long X 70-centimeter-wide X 60-centimeter-high secondary stone chamber beside the main stone chamber has been escaped from being excavated by bandits.
  792. The 61st National Bank (Rokujuichi Bank) -> purchased by the Sumitomo Bank in 1912.
  793. The 62 figures of Magaibutsu were spread in four groups around a valley.
  794. The 63rd National Bank (Rokujusan Bank) -> merged with the Daijuku (19th) Bank and became the Hachijuni (82) Bank (19+63=82).
  795. The 64th National Bank (Otsu Bank) -> transferred the business to the Omi Bank in 1908 and dissolved.
  796. The 64th poem is by MINAMOTO no Kunizane (Kuninobu) who was selected for Teika's "Hyakunin Shuka" (the poem is different from the one in "Hyakunin Shuka").
  797. The 66th Hossu (head priest) of the Nichiren Shoshu sect Taiseki-ji Temple, Nichidatsu Shonin (The Venerable Nichidatsu) was Kaiki (patron of a temple at its foundation).
  798. The 66th National Bank (Dairokujurku Bank) -> integrated with six banks in the prefecture in 1920 and became the (former) Geibi Bank (the predecessor of the Hiroshima Bank).
  799. The 67th Hossu (head priest) of the Nichiren Shoshu sect Taiseki-ji Temple, Nikken Shonin (The Venerable Nikken) was Kaiki (patron of a temple at its foundation).
  800. The 67th National Bank (Rokujushichi Bank) -> merged in 1941 and became the Shonai Bank.
  801. The 68th National Bank (Rokujuhachi Bank) -> merged in 1934 and became the Nanto Bank.
  802. The 699-year section of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) describes that EN no Ozunu were condemned to exile to Izu.
  803. The 69th National Bank (Rokujuku Bank) -> integrated with the Nagaoka Bank in 1942, and became the Nagaoka Rokujuku Bank (the current Hokuetsu Bank).
  804. The 6th Exhibition of Taro OKAMOTO Memorial Contemporary Art Award, Excellent prize (2003)
  805. The 6th infantry regiment of Nagoya Garrison (in Nagoya)
  806. The 6th section was constructed by Fujita Gumi, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and the Agency for the Development of Agricultural Land.
  807. The 6th university district
  808. The 6th verse: Next to Ofuna called a station for changing the train for Yokosuka is Kamakura to visit and see Tsurugaoka and historical sites of the Minamoto clan.
  809. The 7 (in the thousandth place) indicates the railway series.
  810. The 7 or 8 fire appear every night, but they always appear in pairs.
  811. The 70's, the age of type 103 (1968 - 1982)
  812. The 700th Daionki Hoyo (the great annual memorial services) for Shinran-shonin (Reverend Shinran)
  813. The 713-type has a number plate on the front that was copied from the one during the C56 period.
  814. The 716 imperial decree of the consolidation of temples describes that "families that own and reside in temples (private temples) compete for a frame with a certificate."
  815. The 71st National Bank (Murakami Bank) -> merged into the Daishi Bank in 1938.
  816. The 72 'climates' occurring during the Shubun are as follows:
  817. The 72 'climates' occurring during the Vernal Equinox are as follows:
  818. The 72 'climates' of the year (based on the 24 solar seasons further divided into three).
  819. The 72nd National Bank (transferred the business right in 1889, moved from Yamagata Prefecture to Saga prefecture, and became the Saga Bank [there is no relationship with the current Bank of Saga]) -> renamed the Koga Bank and then dissolved in 1933.
  820. The 75 students, the fourth and last generation students, entered in October 1884.
  821. The 76th National Bank (Takasu Daishichijuroku Bank) ->merged into the Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank in 1928.
  822. The 77th National Bank (Shichijushichi Bank)
  823. The 78th National Bank (Hachioji Shichijuhachi Bank) -> voluntarily dissolved in 1909.
  824. The 79th Prime Minister of Japan
  825. The 79th head of the Konparu school.
  826. The 7th Homyo in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) was regarded as the restorer and established the system of Roku Betsuji (六別時制度) which selected the chief priest of Dainenbutsu-ji Temple.
  827. The 7th Shoichi MIYAKE moved from Kyoto to Tokyo during the Meiji Restoration and was active as a great actor who represented the Izumi school: however, as he did not have any successors the MIYAKE family died out after Nobuyuki Tokuro MIYAKE, the eighth.
  828. The 7th company of the Jozan-tai troop of the Satsuma army fought to repulse the advancement of the brigade but retreated to Kazawa Village once, and on May 21, counterattacked the government army in Mizunashi and Okochi but was unable to fight it out and pulled out to Kazawa Village again.
  829. The 7th destroyer of Kamikaze destroyer class (2nd generation)
  830. The 7th head of the Kajuji family (lineage can be traced to the Kanroji branch of the Takafuji group of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, a noble family) who were tosho-ke (the hereditary lineage of Court nobles occupying relatively high ranks).
  831. The 7th university district
  832. The 7th verse: A ginkgo tree can be seen when standing on stone steps in Hachiman-gu.
  833. The 7th year involves 200 days, with an 84km trip around Kyoto for the first 100 days, which is scaled back to 30km on Mt. Hiei for the last 100 days, to complete the 1000 days.
  834. The 8 universities were Hokkaido University, Tohoku University, The University of Tokyo, Nagoya University, Osaka University, Kyoto University, Hiroshima University and Kyusyu University.
  835. The 800th anniversary of the birth of Reverend Shinran, and 750th anniversary of establishment of a new sect
  836. The 80th National Bank (Daihachiju Bank) -> merged into the Daishichi Bank (the predecessor of the Shikoku Bank) in 1897.
  837. The 80th head of the Konparu school of shite-kata.
  838. The 81st National Bank -> did not transfer to the stock corporation and dissolved at the expiration, then the Ryou Bank took over the business -> renamed the Yamagata Bank in 1965.
  839. The 82nd National Bank (Hachijuni Bank, there is no relationship with the current Hachijuni Bank) -> merged into the Daisan Bank in 1897 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Hozen, the Yasuda, and the Fuji Bank).
  840. The 84th National Bank (Hachijushi Bank) -> purchased by the Showa Bank in 1928, and then merged into the Yasuda Bank in 1944 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Fuji Bank).
  841. The 85th National Bank (Daihachijugo Bank) -> the Saitama Bank (one of the predecessor of the Saitama Resona Bank).
  842. The 86th National Bank -> merged with the Daiichi Godo Bank, and then renamed the Chugoku Bank (Japan).
  843. The 87th National Bank (Daihachijushichi Bank) -> merged into the Hyakusanju Bank in 1898 (the current Mizuho Bank after the Hozen, the Yasuda, and the Fuji Bank).
  844. The 88th National Bank (Daihachijuhachi Bank) -> failed in business later and the Iwate Shokusan Bank and the Shichijushichi Bank took over the business.
  845. The 8th Blue Ribbon Awards (Film), The 7th
  846. The 8th Blue Ribbon Awards, Technology (Art) award: Yoshiro MURAKI
  847. The 8th Conference of Parties of Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (May 1996)
  848. The 8th Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA emulated the design of the Shariden Hall built by his grandfather Yoshimitsu in the construction of the Kannonden Hall at his Higashiyama sanso villa (what came to be known as Jisho-ji Temple).
  849. The 8th Shogun of the Muromachi Shogunate Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA (1436-1490) resigned his position in favor of his heir Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA in 1473, and in 1482 he began construction of his villa named Higashiyama sanso (Higashiyama-dono) on the foothills of Mt. Tsukimachi-yama in Higashiyama (Kyoto Prefecture).
  850. The 8th Shogun, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, was not interested in politics, but focused on promoting culture; he collected and enjoyed things imported from China such as pictures and tea-related items eagerly.
  851. The 8th Temple of the Yamato Jusanbutsu Reijokai, is home to Kannon Bosatsu (Kannon Buddhisattva)
  852. The 8th and 12th companies of Koshin-tai attacked the government army to retake Jodan but was unable to defeat it and retreated to Tooriyama.
  853. The 8th company merged with the 3rd and 4th companies of the Kanjo-tai troop, which happened to be on the way from Onoguchi to Yunoura, and defeated the governments army.
  854. The 8th destroyer of Kamikaze destroyer class (1st generation)
  855. The 8th generation leader of Hongan-ji Temple.
  856. The 8th generation master, Soyu YAMADA, otherwise known as entrepreneur Torajiro YAMADA, was known in particular for his interaction with Turkey.
  857. The 8th infantry regiment of Osaka Garrison (in Osaka)
  858. The 8th regent Tokimune HOJO was born in the residence of Amanawa where Matsusita zenni lived.
  859. The 8th university district
  860. The 8th verse: where are the remains of the bakufu established by Yoritomo here
  861. The 9 accomplishments of the Emperor Tenmu'
  862. The 90cm-long sword of the Yuan soldier should be prized.
  863. The 90th National Bank (Daikuju Bank) -> failed in business and the Iwate Shokusan Bank (the current Bank of Iwate) took over the business.
  864. The 91st National Bank (Daikyujuichi Bank) -> merged into the Juni Bank (one of the predecessor of the Hokuriku Bank) in 1928.
  865. The 92 m-long and 5 m-high tumulus, built around the fourth century, is the oldest keyhole-shaped tomb mound on the Japan Sea side
  866. The 92nd National Bank (Daikyujuni Bank) -> renamed the Kyowa Savings Bank after relocation to Tokyo and then ceased.
  867. The 941 type trains were put out of service, but the 922-0 trains were used until 'Doctor Yellow' based on 0 series trains were introduced later.
  868. The 95th National Bank (Kyujugo Bank) -> changed the name, from the Hyakusan Bank, the Nosho Bank, the Kihan Bank, to the Kihan Savings Bank, and then in 1925, merged into the Yamaguchi Bank (one of the predecessor of the Sanwa Bank).
  869. The 96th National Bank (Yanagawa Bank) -> merged with 18 banks in the southern part of Fukuoka Prefecture and became the Chikuho Bank (one of the predecessor of the Fukuoka Bank).
  870. The 9th head of the Kajuji family (lineage can be traced to the Kanroji branch of the Takafuji group of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, a noble family) who were tosho-ke (the hereditary lineage of Court nobles occupying relatively high ranks).
  871. The 9th prince of Imperial Prince Fushiminomiya Sadayoshi.
  872. The 9th section: The subjugation of Ashihara no nakatsukuni (another word for the country or the location of Japan), Kuniyuzuri (transfer of the land) by Onamuchi and son, the descent to earth of Ninigi, the leading by Sarutahiko (an earthly deity) and the birth of Hoori and others.
  873. The 9th verse: Enkaku-ji Temple and Kencho-ji Temple are in the north with stars and the moon above the Great Buddha.
  874. The A-express was integrated with the sub-express, and the A-express category was abolished.
  875. The A-organization trains and the B-organization trains became 941 type emergency relief trains and 922-0 type comprehensive electronic railway test trains, respectively, both being made useful later as well.
  876. The AJKF is a domestic Kendo sports association in Japan.
  877. The AKIYAMA family belonged to a lower-ranking samurai (a social status of foot guards) one rank above the foot soldier and their hereditary stipend was about ten-goku.
  878. The ASAKURA army advanced to the vicinity of Tetori-gawa River.
  879. The ATS-P system was installed in the train of KTR Diesel Cars Series 001, and its operation was resumed.
  880. The ATS-P system was introduced in the section between Amagasaki and Shin-Sanda.
  881. The Abe Clan ("the Chuo koron," January 1913).
  882. The Abe Clan (From The End of Heian Period through Kamakura Period)
  883. The Abe Clan (Heian Period)
  884. The Abe Clan (The Period of The Northern and Southern Courts)
  885. The Abe Clan (from Ancient Period through Nara Period)
  886. The Abe Clan as Military Aristocracy
  887. The Abe Family's Monopoly over Tenmondo
  888. The Abe clan (Oshu)
  889. The Abe clan (nobles) (two families)
  890. The Abe clan (the original kanji used for the Abe clan was 阿部氏, later 安倍氏) was one of the nobles derived from Gozoku (local ruling family) of ancient Japan.
  891. The Abe clan (安倍, also written as 阿倍), famed for its members ABE no Hirafu and ABE no Nakamaro, had been a line of local ruling families and nobility since the time preceding the Taika Reforms.
  892. The Abe clan continued to predominate over Yoriyoshi throughout all battles, but after the Kiyohara clan, the master of Fushu in Senboku of Akita, participated in the war after accepting Yoriyoshi's repeated requests, Sadato was unable to continue fighting, and was defeated.
  893. The Abe clan continued to serve the Imperial Court as court nobles after the time of Seimei but, during the Muromachi period, they began to go by the family name instead of the clan name as was practiced by other court nobles in those days.
  894. The Abe clan extended their power through marriages and so on, and they were most influential in the time of ABE no Yoritoki who was a child of Tadayoshi.
  895. The Abe clan fell at one time due to Zen Kunen no Eki, but those who claimed themselves as the descendants of the Abe clan have appeared, prospered, and lived to this day.
  896. The Abe clan lost its power.
  897. The Abe clan maintained superiority during the most time of the Zenkunen War; however, at the final stage, MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi won the Kiyohara clan over to his side and defeated the Abe clan, and thus the war ended.
  898. The Abe clan obtained a quasi-independent power based on a patriarchal system over Okuroku-gun districts, opposing the Imperial Court.
  899. The Abe clan was a Gozoku (local ruling family) in Mutsu Province (later Rikuchu Province, and Oshu is another name of Mutsu Province) who lived during the Heian period.
  900. The Abe clan won the Battle of Koromogawa in 1056 cooperated by FUJIWARA no Tsunekiyo, the husband of Sadato's younger sister.
  901. The Abe clan's status was demoted from being a member of the Imperial Family to that of its subject, and was a descendant of Obiko no Mikoto, the son of the Emperor Kogen.
  902. The Abe was a powerful clan with many branch families that adopted names of their homelands to their family names.
  903. The Aburakoji Family: a side line of Shijo
  904. The Academic Information Center was established.
  905. The Academic Paperback Library (Kodansha Ltd.) edition contains a modern translation together with the original text.
  906. The Academy of Oriental Culture was later reorganized as the Institute of Advanced Studies on Asia of Tokyo University and Eastern Section, Institute for Research in Humanities Kyoto University.
  907. The Accounts on Washitori -jinja Shrine; Compiled by Yoshitaro OKUBO; Yahagi-cho (Aichi Prefecture); The shrine office of Washitori-jinja Shrine: The September 1907 section described that the Masaka's theory could not avoid the criticism that it was careless and his papers could not avoid the doubt that he forged the fake.
  908. The Acquisition of Imperial Status
  909. The Act of Hippo Denju (Passing on the Secrets of Calligraphy): Kanshojo received the imperial edict of Hippo Denju.
  910. The Act of Kanshusai: During the time when worshiping the Kamo-jinja Shrine, Sakuramaru couples proctored for the meeting between the lovers Crown Prince Tokiyo and Princess Kariya but the secret meeting was revealed.
  911. The Act on National Holidays states that the purpose of the holiday is to celebrate and encourage young people who realize they have grown up and try to live life by themselves.
  912. The Act on Protection of Cultural Properties defines intangible cultural properties as follows.
  913. The Activities of the Nichiren Shoshu Sect Believers
  914. The Adachi clan and the Date clan descended from him.
  915. The Adachi clan came to exert power under the regime of Tokimune.
  916. The Adachi clan had been a close adviser to the Shogun of the Minamoto clan since the time of Yoritomo, but it was just a personal follower, and its house status was low.
  917. The Adachi clan supported Yasuie HOJO, Takatoki's younger brother and Okatadono's son, as Takatoki's successor.
  918. The Adolescent Years
  919. The Advanced Technology category of the Kyoto Prizes
  920. The Aeba family - As the famous person in the family, there was Kawachi no kami (Aeba clan) AEBA.
  921. The Agata-jinja Shrine enshrines a deity called Princess Konohanasakuya, a guardian deity for safe delivery and childbirth.
  922. The Agata-matsuri Festival is held on June 5 and 6 every year in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  923. The Age of Imperialism, led by Europe and the United States, was a time of opening ports and securing footholds for colonization.
  924. The Agency for Cultural Affairs has been engaged in conservation and management activities, such as temperature and humidity control in the stone chamber and anti-fungal treatment, and has conducted annual inspections since 1981.
  925. The Agency for Cultural Affairs soon started to take conservation measures and conducted research and investigation.
  926. The Agency for Cultural Affairs started removing the mural paintings in order of seriousness of damage from August 2004.
  927. The Agency for Cultural Affairs-indicated 'Restoration' refers only to wooden restoration.
  928. The Agency for the Cultural Affairs provides the selection criteria of the Selected intangible cultural property as follows:
  929. The Agency of Great Buddha Repair was established in order to intensively repair the damaged Great Buddha, of which the head was in particularly terrible shape.
  930. The Agricultural Experiment Station of Prefectural Nokai was also moved.
  931. The Agricultural School of Kyoto Prefecture
  932. The Aidani signal station, which was established for the purpose of waiting for an oncoming train, is located in this section.
  933. The Aihara Clan
  934. The Aihara Clan as Kyoto Bugyonin (Magistrate in Kyoto)
  935. The Aihara Clan of the Chiba Clan
  936. The Aihara Clan of the Yokoyama Party
  937. The Aihara clan was a samurai family that played an active role during the Medieval Period.
  938. The Aikikai Foundation established by Morihei was succeeded by the second Doshu, Kisshomaru UESHIBA, and is currently represented by the third Doshu, Moriteru UESHIBA, who is the second son of Kisshomaru.
  939. The Aikokukoto (in 1874)
  940. The Aikokukoto Party
  941. The Aikokukoto Party (in 1890)
  942. The Aikokukoto Party supported the Tenpu-jinken-ron (theory of natural human rights), criticized autocratic government and insisted on creating a constitution which unifies the Emperor and his subjects (Kunmin ittai).
  943. The Aikokukoto Party was the first political organization associated under the Jiyu Minken Undo (Movement for Liberty and People's Right).
  944. The Aikokukoto can be considered one of the early political associations in Japan.
  945. The Aimanomachi-dori Street is a street runningnorth-south through Kyoto City.
  946. The Ainu language was used by the Ainu tribe, but, the Japanese language is totally substituted at present.
  947. The Airport Express 'Haruka' and the Limited Express 'Biwako Express' run during rush hour, while overnight train service and express trains run late at night and early morning hours.
  948. The Aizu Domain and the Satsuma Domain joined forces to influence the emperor to postpone the Imperial Trip to the Yamato Province and to dismiss the Choshu Domain, who were guarding the Imperial gates (Coup of August 18).
  949. The Aizu Domain, which had been resisting all along, finally surrendered to the new government.
  950. The Aizu Matsudaira family ? offspring of Masayuki HOSHINA, an illegitimate son of Hidetada TOKUGAWA, the second shogun
  951. The Aizu War
  952. The Aizu and Satsuma Clan collaborated to stage a coup and forced the Choshu Clan out, while they expelled court nobles loyal to the emperor including SANJO (Coup of August 18).
  953. The Aizu clan ordered KONDO, Toshizo HIJIKATA, and Keisuke YAMAMINAMI, who belonged to the Shieikan faction, to deal with SERIZAWA.
  954. The Ajari turned into an ogre and came to eat dead bodies, digging up the graves, so those fellows are terrified.
  955. The Akagi-jinja Shrine: Sano City, Tochigi Prefecture.
  956. The Akai clan in Ikejiri, Tochi County (present Higashi-Ikejiri-cho, Kashihara City) was originally a local clan in the Tanba Province, and later served the Tokugawa family as its Hatamoto.
  957. The Akamatsu clan and URAGANI clan greatly extended their power under the supervision of the eminent politician, Norimune URAGAMI who contributed to the restoration of the head family.
  958. The Akamatsu clan had fallen by the attack from the army of bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) since Mitsusuke AKAMATSU murdered the 6th shogun of Muromachi bakufu Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, which called Kakitsu War in 1441.
  959. The Akamatsu clan joined the Eastern squad (led by the captain Katsumoto HOSOKAWA) during the Onin War.
  960. The Akamatsu clan was a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord), who ruled the Harima Province during the late Kamakura to Azuchi-Momoyama periods.
  961. The Akamatsu clan was a jito (manager and lord of manor) in the Harima Province, but Norimura (Enshin) AKAMATSU raised his army to respond Emperor Godaigo's exhortation and contributed greatly to overthrow the Kamakura bakufu.
  962. The Akamatsu clan was deprived of all positions of shugoshiki and went to ruin.
  963. The Akamatsu family took refuge in Shiroyama-jo Castle but was besieged by a big army of the Yamana family.
  964. The Akamatsu forces overwhelmed the Urakami forces in eastern Mimasaka Province however, Yoshiie rallied those few troops that held their ground and by launching early morning attacks he was able to muster his troops and hold his own with the Akamatsu forces.
  965. The Akamatsu's circumstances from the Kakitsu War to the recapture of jingi (the sacred treasures) were recorded in "Kakitsuki" that consists of only one volume.
  966. The Akari-shoji made at the time of reconstruction of Daishi-do Hall in the western part of To-ji Temple (To-ji Sai-in) in 1380 during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts is said to be the oldest Akari-shoji.
  967. The Akari-shoji of Zenshitsu (room for Zen sitting meditation) at Gango-ji Temple in the Kamakura period has one track with two sliding Akari-shoji.
  968. The Akari-shoji which uses a thin Kumiko-bone (formation of crosspiece vertically and horizontally such as lattice) for Kamachi like present Akari-shoji often appeared in the Emakimono (picture scroll) in the Kamakura period, but needed some time and technical improvement.
  969. The Akashi Nun: Lady Akashi's mother.
  970. The Akashi Priest invited Genji to his residence and treated him hospitably, and tried to present his only daughter (Lady Akashi), who he had been thinking of marrying to a nobleman in the capital since long ago, to Genji.
  971. The Akashi Priest, however, decided to prepare a mountain retreat near the Katsura-gawa River (The Yodo-gawa River system), and to have his daughter live there.
  972. The Akatsuka Burial Mound (Joyo City) was discovered outside of the eastern mud wall of the Hirakawa Temple Site.
  973. The Akazawa clan originated from Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) and was also a collateral family of Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan), and additionally, the clan was a branch family of the Ogasawara clan, who served as the Military Governor of Shinano Province and descended from Kai-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  974. The Akazawa clan was based at Shiozaki-jo Castle in Shinano Province, and Tomotsune handed over the headship of the family to his heir, Masatsune, before going up to Kyoto.
  975. The Akechi army was said to be most skillful with guns among the ODA troops in those days, though it was inferior in number of soldiers.
  976. The Akechi clan originated in Akechisho, Mino Province (present-day Kani City, Gifu Prefecture-ken).
  977. The Akechi clan, the collateral line of the Toki clan, who produced daimyo, is said to have been the descendant of Yorimoto Toki, the ninth son of Yorisada Mino, who was the first Mino no Shugo from the Toki clan.
  978. The Akechi family's military code, set forth six years after the battle, in 1581, stipulates that a person with 1,000 koku should provide 32 people for military service of whom 5 should be gunners.
  979. The Akezunomon-dori Street, located along the southern extension of the Kurumayacho-dori Street, runs in the north from the gate of Byodo-ji Temple, Matsubara-dori Street agaru to Shiokoji-dori Street north of Kyoto Station in the south.
  980. The Aki-Takeda clan
  981. The Aki-Takeda clan retreated, having lost Lord Motoshige as well as many commanders.
  982. The Aki-Takeda clan was of the same family line as the Kai-Takeda clan and so on, and was based at Sato-Kanayama-jo Castle in Aki Province as Bungun Shugodai (deputy of Bungunshugo) of the Wakasa-Takeda clan in Aki Province.
  983. The Aki-Takeda clan went to ruin.
  984. The Akita Shinkansen line
  985. The Akita Shinkansen line: between Morioka Station and Akita Station (through the Tazawako and Ou main line (operated by JR East))
  986. The Akita clan's fief was relocated to Hitachi province after the Battle of Sekigahara, which prompted them to change their surname to IKOMA, but years later they restored their surname to Akita and moved again, to Miharu in Mutsu province, staying this way until the Meiji Restoration.
  987. The Akita clan: Miharu Domain, Mutsu Province, assessed at 50,000 koku, with its castle allowed
  988. The Akitsu clan, who was Gozoku (local ruling family) in the Yamato Province, identified itself as his descendant.
  989. The Akizuki clan of the Takanabe domain, Hyuga Province, also used hanawachigai-mon as its ura-mon (secondary family crest used at informal occasions).
  990. The Akizuki-no-ran War is a revolt by the warrior class against the Meiji Government which took place in Akizuki, Fukuoka Prefecture (currently Akizuki, Asakura City, Fukuoka Prefecture) in 1876.
  991. The Ako Affair and Sorai
  992. The Ako Asano family was one of the branch of the Hiroshima Asano family and Nagashige ASANO, the third son of Nagamasa ASANO, was the earliest ancestor.
  993. The Ako Incident
  994. The Ako Incident was a political incident that occurred in the early Heian period.
  995. The Akune clan was the oldest gozoku (local ruling family) that ruled the Akune region as a feudal lord in the end of Heian period, between 1124 and 1593.
  996. The Akutagawa Family-the family's well-known figures include Shichirobei AKUTAGAWA and Seiemon AKUTAGAWA.
  997. The Akutagawa family - As the famous persons in the family, there were Shichirobe AKUTAGAWA and Seiemon AKUTAGAWA.
  998. The All Japan High School Athletic Federation Kyudo Division
  999. The All Japan Kendo Federation (AJKF)
  1000. The All Japan Ninja Championship is held every year on the second Sunday in October.

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