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  1. The love letter, kishomon (sworn oath), to Masanobu KOSAKA, who had a homosexual relationship with Shingen, is still preserved to this day.
  2. The low grade whisky was actively consumed by common people until 1968.
  3. The low ranking samurai, the peasants, the artisans, and the merchants were collectively categorized as 'Heimin' (commoner).
  4. The low reliability of the description, however, does not prove that opposite of the description to be correct.
  5. The low status held by ashigaru was intermediate between that of samurai and peasants but there were those such as Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI whose abilities were recognized and who rose to the rank of daimyo (feudal lord), although it was a peculiar case.
  6. The low-malt beer popular in Japan since the middle of the 1990s is mainly a kind of beer with a low malt ratio or beer-like alcohol drinks.
  7. The low-priced buses (nicknamed 'Seishun') became highly profitable, July 18, 2003, they began the operation of 'Seishun New Dream Kyoto-go' ('Seishun Chuo Dream Kyoto-go' at present).
  8. The low-priced buses, 'Seishun Dream Kyoto/Nara-go,' are double-decker buses equipped with four row seats (52 seats) and toilets, and 'Seishun Chuo Dream Kyoto-go' are high-decker buses equipped with four row seats (40 seats) and toilets.
  9. The low-ranking samurai with an income of about 200 to 300 koku became troop members.
  10. The lower body is covered with mo (a long pleated skirt) and draped over with tenne (feather-robe, a thin strip of cloth worn by Buddhist statues and statues of tennin [heavenly beings]).
  11. The lower half of the wall has been severely peeled off even in the photograph prior to the fire damage, the design is unclear.
  12. The lower limit of kokudaka (a system for determining land value for tribute purposes in the Edo period) was indeterminate.
  13. The lower part of the copper plate contains a long inscription.
  14. The lower rank women decorated black shoes with silver.
  15. The lower reach of Nabari-gawa River, where Tsukigase Bairin is situated, is called Satsuki River, and a deep V-shaped valley is formed there.
  16. The lower storey alone was completed in 1529 using funds donated by renga poet Shocho and the upper storey was completed in 1589 by Rikyu SEN.
  17. The lower story was built in the Muromachi period through the Azuchi-Momoyama period, while the upper story was built in the Heian period.
  18. The lower, middle and top floors of the characteristic building each feature a different style.
  19. The lower-grade spirits are living in the nearest place from this world, therefore humans respond to them strongly and can see them as plausible, so you have to be careful.
  20. The lower-ranking aristocrats called Shodaibu, who belonged to no more than the shii (fourth rank)or goi (fifth rank), were usually appointed to this position.
  21. The lowest chamber is the firebox (the kiln mouth), known as an "Oguchi."
  22. The lowest of higher-quality goods, the lowest of middle grade goods, and the lowest of lower-quality goods.
  23. The lowest phase was 'Kido' and this term appears in Gishi wajin den (the first written record of Japan's commerce.)
  24. The lowest tone (tsutsune), which is produced when all the finger holes are closed, is not regarded as the fundamental tone as it varies greatly depending on the manufacturer, and it is rarely used in musical composition.
  25. The lowest tone which is produced when all the finger holes are closed is called 'tsutsune.'
  26. The lowest tones or reference tones are given in parenthesis.
  27. The loyal vassals are rewarded in Shiga no Miyako (the ancient capital of Japan in current Shiga, also called Otsu no Miyako), and a Buddhist service is held for Koganosuke and Hinadori.
  28. The loyalty (centripetal force) of the Akechi troops cannot be described based solely on such a report but needs to be considered from other points of view.
  29. The lozenge shape is said to have been modeled on the female genitalia.
  30. The lumber used is cherry wood from China.
  31. The lunar New Year (January 1 [the old calendar]): 1+1=2, 2÷6=0, the remainder is 2 => sakigachi.
  32. The lunchbox was bright silver as described in the novel "Twenty-Four Eyes Trailer" written by Sakae TSUBOI, and furthermore maintenance was easy.
  33. The lure of this line for people other than local residents is 'hot springs.'
  34. The lyrics for Kimigayo was first appeared in the "Kokin Wakashu" (the anthology of poetry edited in the 10th century) as an poem.
  35. The lyrics of 'Seiya', for which the music was written by Shinpei NAKAYAMA (1887 - 1952), are in seven-and-five syllable meter, and express the joy and peace of a person who is protected by infinite Buddha's filling the universe like the splendor of millions of sparkling stars in the evening sky.
  36. The lyrics of a song 'Ushiwakamaru,' one of the "Jinjo Shogaku Shoka" songs, or songs collected for common elementary education, is also based on Iwaya's fictional setting.
  37. The lyrics of the accompanying song are like this: 'Seven herbs, shepherd's purse, birds from China, towards the land of Japan, towards the place where they do not cross to, now together, Batakusa Batakusa ('Nanakusa nazuna toudo no tori ga, nihon no tochi ni, wataranusaki ni, awasete, Batakusa Batakusa)'; the song varies, depending on the area.
  38. The lyrics of the song may be associated with believing in omens, but there are exceptions.
  39. The lyrics of the song were selected from pieces written by the university students in 1939, and the piece of Mr. Mizunashi, a graduate of Kyoto Imperial University, was chosen the best one.
  40. The lyrics were prepared to propagate the tonarigumi system during wartime, and the music has cheerful and lively tones to propagate it to the citizens, so the song was also used as theme music of 'Dorifu Daibakusho' (a popular TV program).
  41. The lyrics were written by Genpachi KATSUI.
  42. The lyrics were written by Naobumi OCHIAI and the music was composed by Tomoyasu OKUYAMA.
  43. The lyrics were written by Sogaku NAGAI and the music composed by the second Umekichi KIYOMOTO.
  44. The lyrics were written by Zonyu KONISHI, who was the principal at that time, and the music was by Tsunezo YOSHIDA.
  45. The machi-yakko were prohibited from wearing swords or long knives because they were townspeople.
  46. The machine bow
  47. The machine forms vinegared rice put in a tank-shaped device into bite-sized rice balls through a mechanism squeezing out the rice.
  48. The machine-production of noodles developed accordingly, and quite a few workmen stick to it.
  49. The machines at the stations on the Shizuoka Shimizu Line (Shizutetsu Densha) of the Shizuoka Railway and the trains of Shizutetsu Justline, where LuLuCa is accepted, aren't prepared to recharge ICOCA; consequently, ICOCA's recharging is only possible at the Shin-Shizuoka Bus Center.
  50. The magahi spirit makes Aramitama into a disputing soul, Nigimitama into an evil soul, Sachimitama into a reverse soul, and Kushimitama into a mad soul.
  51. The magatama rose to the surface in its box and was collected by soldiers of the Minamoto clan who hastily rowed to the spot after watching them sink in the sea.
  52. The magatama was added to the treasures when the Nakatomi clan claimed there were three kinds.
  53. The magatama was also transmitted to the Korean peninsula, and examples of magatama made from amazonite during the Mumon pottery period from the 6th century B.C. to the 3rd Century are known.
  54. The magatama was kept under the control of Gonancho (Second Southern Court) but reportedly recovered before 1458.
  55. The magatama was made in the shape of a large bead.
  56. The magazine "Shincho" even published some works as "special recommendations" from this dojinshi.
  57. The magazine that portrayed the top management figures and union leaders of Shochiku with a wry sense of humor gained a high reputation, however it had to be discontinued after its forth volume due to pressure from the company.
  58. The magazine was also appreciated by writers as a sphere of publication of new literary works of modern times; it introduced literary works including "Maihime" by Ogai MORI.
  59. The magazine, however, slowly acquired a tendency towards literary contents and literary writers such as Ningetsu ISHIBASHI, Tokoku KITAMURA, Tokuboku HIRATA, Bimyo YAMADA, Fuchian UCHIDA, Unpo ISOGAI, Tenchi HOSHINO became contributors of articles.
  60. The magic mirror, which appears in the German folklore and fairy tale "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," is the one where the spirit of mirror dwells.
  61. The magical views created by the sea and sands such as Amanohashidate, Tottori-sakyu Sand Dunes, Senrigahama Beach and Tango no Nakisuna are well known.
  62. The magistrate of Kanagawa reestablished the 'Settlement Patrol' and appointed a resident of the settlement the chief of police.
  63. The magistrate's office decided to use a part of the license tax the office received from Sahaisho for dredging to pacify the complaints voiced by the citizens; accordingly, the expense of dredging was raised to 4900 ryo in 1773 and all the expenses needed for dredging was paid with this money.
  64. The magistrate's office in Ikuno was of course aware of their movement, but because the magistrate Itaro KAWAKAMI just happened to be on a tour of duty, they surrendered without resistance to Hirano.
  65. The magistrate's office was placed in Hita, Bungo Province (Hita City, Oita Prefecture).
  66. The magnificent Rikusho-ji temple complex was burned to the ground through subsequent wars.
  67. The magnificent exterior with okabe (a style of wall construction) in which posts are hidden under shikkui (white plaster) is a building structure which reminds one of a castle rather than a private residence of ordinary people.
  68. The magnificent performance by Ganjiro the first in "Kawasho" attracted Kabuki lovers both in Osaka and in Tokyo.
  69. The magnificent scenery of the deep valleys surrounding Satsuki River and ten thousand plum trees gradually became known far and wide.
  70. The magnitude that shows a scale of the earthquake was 6.8.
  71. The mai depicts a shishi (lion) playing with peonies, and it is said that the style of shishimai (lion dance), which was played widely in the medieval period, has been incorporated in it.
  72. The mai of this type is limited to that in the waki Noh (noh sequence corresponding to shin that is performed first after the Okina (a performance art patterned after an ancient ritualistic ceremony)) played by an elderly noh player, as in "Oimatsu" (literally, an old pine), and it is said that, although the tempo is slow, such mai should be danced very smoothly without becoming stagnant.
  73. The mai-goto in Kyogen include Sandan no mai (a dance in three sections), Raku, Kagura and Kakko.
  74. The mai-goto will be described in detail below, following the classification method based on the score for the fue.
  75. The maiden name of his mother, Yoshie, was Yamamoto, and the family tree is said to reach to Kansuke YAMAMOTO, who had been a strategist of Shingen TAKEDA.
  76. The maiko divided into groups, and continued along the western side of Kyoshoden.
  77. The mail hall of Chodoin of Daidairi
  78. The main Buddhist temple was burned to ashes due to the fire in 1490 and the fire caused by the war at the Great Buddha Hall of Todai-ji temple lead by Hisahide MATSUNAGA in 1567.
  79. The main Chikuwa at present is Yakichikuwa and most of them are made by machine and automatically baked.
  80. The main Innai groups were as follows.
  81. The main Kojoin room is Tasogare no ma (literally, "room of twilight"), where there is Jodan no ma of two jo with toko and shoin.
  82. The main Sechi-e
  83. The main Todo family line as well as the Genba, Shinshichiro, Uneme, and Shikibu (Takenouchi) branch families all took part in the anniversary celebration.
  84. The main account explains that Hosusori no Mikoto is the ancestor of the Hayato (an ancient tribe in Kyushu), and the eighth issho describes the exploits that are regarded as Hoderi no Mikoto's in the "Kojiki".
  85. The main account of the Nihonshoki just says Tamayoribime accompanied her elder sister, who was traveling to the coast to give birth, and then she became Ugayafukiaezu's wife.
  86. The main activity of this company was to cooperate in creating drawings for works undertaken by Kyoto Animation in addition to works independently subcontracted by Shin-ei animation such as "Atashin'chi" and "Jungle wa itsumo Hale nochi Guu."
  87. The main actors were Tokizo NAKAMURA, Shiuka BANDO, Yoshigoro ARASHI and others.
  88. The main agenda of the Sanyo-kaigi was punishment for the Choshu clan and exclusion of foreign ships from Yokohama-ko Port.
  89. The main and diving pools are open only in summer (from May to September) and they are converted to a skating rink in winter (from November to March).
  90. The main approach of wasan was characterized by numerical calculations of algebra.
  91. The main areas of kamaboko production
  92. The main attacking forces were deployed as described above, and the other forces were deployed at the foot of Mt. Eno in the western part as follows:
  93. The main axis points west northwest, and although the left-side mound and the tops of front and back are flattened, the right-side remainders are in good condition.
  94. The main battlefield of the Jinshin War was Omi and Yamato, and Fukei produced a great achievement as the main general fighting at one of the large battlefields.
  95. The main bodies are broadly classified into two types: a palm leaves-covered type (allegedly the original type) and a red or black cloth-covered type (allegedly the advanced type).
  96. The main body is made of blackwood (ebony) or Distylium racemosum.
  97. The main body is mostly made of cast iron, but some people prefer a copper body.
  98. The main body of Japanese bells is divided horizontally by three horizontal bands called Jotai (the upper band), Chutai (the middle band) and Katai (the lower band), and also divided in the vertical direction by bands referred to as Jutai (vertical bands).
  99. The main body of Takauji's forces landed unchallenged at Wadamisaki which had been abandoned by all opposition.
  100. The main body of Tenguto with the feudal retainers of Mito Domain playing central roles went to the Mito-jo Castle, fought against Ichikawa and his group.
  101. The main body of the Hashiba's forces, led by Hideyoshi, entered Inuyama-jo Castle and faced the Tokugawa's forces, and then the battle become deadlocked.
  102. The main body of the book consists of 'Nihonkoku-ki' (chronicle of Japan), 'Ryukyukoku-ki' (chronicle of the Ryukyu Kingdom) and 'Chohei Osetsu-ki' (chronicle of the Joseon envoy's reception), each of which records details of history, geography, rulers and language.
  103. The main body within the NDL organization that provides the services for the Diet is the Research and Legislative Reference Bureau (referred to as the "Research Bureau"), as specified in Article 15 of the National Diet Library Act.
  104. The main branch of the Abe clan which took over the studies of astronomy and the calendar was later given the title of 'Tsuchimikado' by Emperor, and served as one of the Tosho Families (the hereditary lineage of Court nobles occupying relatively high ranks), named the Tsuchimikado family (Abe clan) since then.
  105. The main branch of the Koga Family had long served concurrently as the leader of Genji and chief of both the Junnain Palace and Shogakuin College, but such a position was removed by Shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA of Samurai-Genji (the Gen clan as samurai families) during the Muromachi period.
  106. The main branch of the Nobunaga family was exterminated after the death of Hidenobu.
  107. The main branch of the Utsunomiya clan (Shimotsuke Province)
  108. The main branch of the family moved to Kokura Domain, becoming Lords of the domain.
  109. The main branch of the family of Murakami-Genji (Murakami Gen clan), the originator of which was minister of the right MINAMOTO no Morofusa (1008 to 1077), who was the son of Imperial Prince Tomohira, the eighth prince of Emperor Murakami.
  110. The main branch split into two in Shinano and Kyoto, and the branch lines spread within Shinano Province as well as to Awa Province, Bizen Province, Bichu Province, Iwami Province, Mikawa Province, Totomi Province and Mutsu Province.
  111. The main building
  112. The main building and others of the shrine were destroyed by the battles during the Eiroku era, but in 1791 it was rebuilt.
  113. The main building and the auditorium of Ryukoku University (important cultural assets)
  114. The main building in ryonagare-zukuri (a style of early Shinto shrines that have 'hisashi,' a kind of envelope, in front and behind) were reproduced after ages, an example of the remaining style in the period of the Taira clan.
  115. The main building is believed to have been rebuilt in 1805, and other buildings are thought to be about 50 years older than the main building.
  116. The main building of Daifukuko-ji Temple built by Takauji ASHIKAGA, Sanju no To (Triplet Tower), and the oldest manuscript of Hojoki (An Account of My Hut) (National Treasure) and many valuable cultural assets.
  117. The main building of Ichimokuren-jinja Shrine does not have a door, and it is said this is to enable Ichimokuren to go in and out of the shrine anytime he wants in order to show his divine power.
  118. The main building of Juge-Jinja Shrine (auxiliary shrine) - Juge-Jinja shrine is located in a unique location as it is in the same precinct as the East Shrine, and the Sando (an approach to the shrine) of these shrines intersect vertically.
  119. The main building of Kannonsho-ji Temple was burnt down due to an accidental fire in 1993.
  120. The main building of Shirahige-jinja Shrine (Important Cultural Asset)
  121. The main building of Takagi-jinja Shrine and the main building of Keidaisha, Hiyoshi-jinja Shrine (both are important cultural assets)
  122. The main building of Teno-jinja Shrine (Important Cultural Asset)
  123. The main building of every house is equipped with a ladder pipe nozzle.
  124. The main building of former Saiseikan Hospital (important cultural heritage), former government office of Higashimurayama County and former government office of Higashitagawa County still exist today.
  125. The main building of the shrine was built in 768 when he was Dazai no daini (Senior Assistant Governor General of the Dazai-fu).
  126. The main building was a two-story wooden house with a basement; it had a dome on the western corner of its red straight roof and it is said that, in appearance, it imitated the architecture of the times of India's Emperor Akbar and the Taj Mahal, which is considered a masterpiece of modern construction.
  127. The main building was designed by Kenjiro MAEDA.
  128. The main building was designed to imitate Chodo-in (Court of Government) buildings, as the main office of Daidairi (place of the Imperial Palace and government offices) of Heiankyo.
  129. The main building was rebuilt during Hoei era (1704 - 1710).
  130. The main building with a hipped thatched roof consists of a three-mat room, a preparation area and an earthen-floored.
  131. The main building, designed by Kingo TATSUNO and Yasushi KATAOKA, is a tile-roofing two-storey building made of Japanese cypress in Momoyama style (luxurious, splendid and decorative style created during Momoyama period).
  132. The main building, main gate, and place for the retired of Fuse-jinja Shrine (all named important cultural assets)
  133. The main building, which is wooden irimoya-zukuri style, was rebuilt in 2004.
  134. The main building, worship hall and somon gate are nationally-designated Important Cultural Properties and in 1994 were registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites as part of the 'Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto' along with Kiyomizu-dera Temple.
  135. The main buildings in Kyoto Gosho inclulde Shishinden (Ceremonial Hall), Seiryoden, Kogosho, Gogakumonjo, Tsunegoten, Koshun, Osuzumisho, and Kogo Goten.
  136. The main buildings in The Former Foreign Settlement in Kobe.
  137. The main buildings of both the shogu (main shrine) and betsugu (auxiliary associated shrines) of Ise-jingu Shrine are in general subject to regular rebuilding efforts every 20 years; such renewals are called "shikinen sengu."
  138. The main buildings such as the pagoda and main hall were destroyed by fire, but not rebuilt, and the temple disappeared in the early Heian period.
  139. The main busho (military commanders) participated in the battle
  140. The main business is entertainment at a tea house, but recently other business such as TV appearance, visiting care facilities or hospitals and going abroad are increasing.
  141. The main businesses there, such as the forest industry and the business of making charcoal, continued to decline year by year.
  142. The main cars in operation are the 221 series with four-car sets (Yamatoji Rapid Services have six-car sets, as mentioned above).
  143. The main cause of amino acid generation is acid protease that is a protein-cutting enzyme and almost all amino acids are generated between nakashigoto and shimaishigoto in the koji producing process in the temperature range of thirty-four to thirty-eight degrees centigrade.
  144. The main cause of this was that Katsu tried to film his own performance with a video camera to rehearse for his role.
  145. The main causes of the financial reforms were agemairei (a system established within the Kyoho Reforms, which ordered daimyo to pay a certain amount of rice tax and instead allowed them to shorten the obligatory stay of 1 year in Edo to 6 months for sankinkotai [a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo]) and tax increases.
  146. The main change was the extension of the Kurama Line, and the number of trains on the Eizan Main Line between Demachiyanagi Station and Takaragaike Station was increased.
  147. The main character
  148. The main character Samanosuke AKECHI was played by Somegoro ICHIKAWA, the eldest son of Koshiro MATSUMOTO IX who starred in the previous episode "Nobunaga's Coffin".
  149. The main character Yoken regarded the Kinkaku-ji Temple as a flawless, eternal and frail beauty, which, in fact, would not be surprising to see destroyed at any time, even though it had existed since the Muromachi period and seemed likely to last forever.
  150. The main character in the novel 'Yadorigi' (mistletoe)
  151. The main character is Raiko GENJI (also known as MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu), and Shuten Doji is his rival.
  152. The main character is a man who was left behind in this new age and it is a valuable source of information to understand the social problems in the early Meiji period.
  153. The main character is a superman with a numen, who can get rid of an evil spirit.
  154. The main character of 'Ganbare Goemon' series, a software for family computer from Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  155. The main character of this story
  156. The main character related to the protagonist, is called "tsure," a minor role without much relation to the story stripe is called "tomo," and among the tomo, a role that appears in order to make up a large number of people on the stage is called the "standing crowd" (tachishu).
  157. The main character, 'Heichu,' is a mid-Heian period poet named TAIRA no Sadabumi (or Sadabun).
  158. The main character, Hattori-kun (Kanzo HATTORI), was introduced as a descendant of Hanzo HATTORI.
  159. The main characteristic of Kodai-ji Makie are designs such as autumn flowers applied to golden flat makie (sprinkled powder applied directly on the smooth lacquered surface in very low relief so only the thickness of the final protective lacquer coating is raised above the surface).
  160. The main characters
  161. The main characters are listed below in the order of appearance in the story.
  162. The main characters of Secchubai include the young patriot Motoi KUNINO and his fianc?e Oharu TOMINAGA, with the story developing in the context of the Freedom and People's Rights Movement in those days.
  163. The main characters of his films are invariably ordinary people; never once did he work on a film that dealt with the origins or history of a famous person.
  164. The main characters, Yajirobe and Kitahachi, called "Yaji Kita" together, still remain popular in the entertainment media that have their origins in this series.
  165. The main component is a tea-brown extremely stinky solution of dissolved iron in acetic acid (vinegar) that is called "Kanemizu" (Iron Paste Water), to this, the so-called fushiko or gallnut powder is added and mixed, then a hydrophobic solution is the result.
  166. The main component of the book is haikai poetry, and prose is used for the foreword and captions for the poetry.
  167. The main component, ferrous acetate combines with tannic acid and changes to black.
  168. The main compound extends about 27m from east to west, about 60m from south to north, and in the approximate center are the remains of an earthen mound measuring 5-6m at its base, 4m at its top, 2,5-3m in height and 7m in length; roughly dividing the compound into northern and southern areas.
  169. The main conditions that define the role are the fact that it is voluntary, undertaken on a continual basis and conducted personally.
  170. The main contents are of the preaching at Daibon-ji Temple performed in response to a request of the provincial governor Ikyo at the beginning of the period of Tang Dynasty in China.
  171. The main contents of Buke Shohatto 'Kanei rei.'
  172. The main contents of the Edict includes the following four articles.
  173. The main crests include 'Kaga umebachi' of the Kaga Maeda clan and 'Sagara umebachi' crest of the Sagara clan, etc.
  174. The main current of this force became a parent organization of 'Anti Liberal Party' and 'Anti Seiyu Party' which were second party force to continue to latter-day Shinpo-to Party (Progressive Party) (in Meiji), Kensei honto Party, Rikken Kokumin-to Party, Kenseikai political Party.
  175. The main curriculum (university preparatory education) and preparatory course were abolished.
  176. The main curriculum (university preparatory education) started.
  177. The main deities are Ikukunitama no mikoto and SUGAWARA no Michizane which are enshrined with the associated deities Hachimanshin (God of War) (Emperor Chusui, Empress Jingu and Emperor Ojin).
  178. The main deities are Okinagatarashihime no Mikoto (Empress Jingu), Yachitose no Kami (Okuninushi no Kami) and Kunitokotachi no Mikoto which are enshrined with Amaterasu Omikami, the Emperor Ojin, Wake-Ikazuchino Kami, Oyamakui no Kami, Amenokoyane no Mikoto and Ukemochi no Kami.
  179. The main deities are WAKE no Hiromushi and his elder sister, WAKE no Kiyomaro, who are enshrined along with FUJIWARA no Momokawa and MICHI no Toyonaga.
  180. The main deity Oyamazumi-no-kami is enshrined along with Susanoo.
  181. The main deity enshrined at Nagi-jinja Shrine is Susanoo, which is enshrined with Ukano mitama, Izanami and the Emperor Ojin.
  182. The main deity is Ajisukitakahikone-no-Mikoto (Kamo-no-Omikami) and other associated deities are Shitateruhime-no-Mikoto and Amenowakahiko-no-Mikoto.
  183. The main deity is Emperor Ojin, who is enshrined with Empress Jingu and Hime-gami, which are also collectively known as Hachiman-shin (Hachiman Sanshin, the three Hachiman deities).
  184. The main deity is IMAO no Sukune, the ancestor of the Ozuki clan, which governed the region.
  185. The main deity is Konohanano sakuyabime which is enshrined with the associated deities Amenohiwashi no mikoto and Takuhata chijihime no mikoto.
  186. The main deity is Nobunaga ODA who is enshrined alongside his son Nobutada ODA.
  187. The main deity is the Empress Shinko who is enshrined alongside her husband, the Emperor Chuai, and her son, the Emperor Ojin.
  188. The main deity of the shrine is Hono-Ikazuchi-no-O-Kami, while Amaterasu-no-O-Mi-Kami, Takamimusubi, Ninigi-no-Mikoto and Ikohitobe-no-Mikoto are enshrined as joint tutelars.
  189. The main dharma is the research and practice of commandments.
  190. The main differences between the Paleolithic period and the Jomon period are the emergence of the earthenware, the spread of tateanajukyo (a pit dwelling house) and the style of shell mounds.
  191. The main doctrine is Ogen Ni-eko (Oso-eko・Genso-eko), as constituted from the name of Hongwan (by Amidanyorai), which was extracted from Kenjodoshinjitsukyogyoshomonrui (Kyogyoshinsho) based on Muryoju-kyo Bussetsu Muryoju-kyo Sutra by the founder of the sect, St. Shinran.
  192. The main driving force of Insei period culture were court nobles and monks.
  193. The main duties of Naiyakushi were medical examinations of the Imperial Family and prescriptions for them.
  194. The main duties of so-doshiyori included addressing matters concerning taxes and petitions but, with townspeople being affluent with flourishing business, they were also responsible for 'giving stamp of approval on inscription on contract for sale, purchase or rent of residence and/or land in town.'
  195. The main duty of Tono Chujo was to wait on the Emperor.
  196. The main duty of provincial military governor during the Kamakura period was to exercise military and police power, and they were not given the authority to manage economic affairs.
  197. The main duty was the repair and construction of Daidairi (the Greater Imperial Palace).
  198. The main emissions sources are wastes, sludge and so on, and the suppression of emissions from these sources and improvement in the process of handling these materials are under consideration to reduce the emissions of the gas.
  199. The main enemy of the Taiwan expedition by the Japanese military forces led by Prince Yoshihisa was the remnants of the Qing army consisted of two Chinese forces, but both forces have already returned to the continent when Prince Yoshihisa died.
  200. The main enshrined deities
  201. The main enshrined deities are Okuninushi no mikoto and Mihotsuhime no mikoto which are enshrined along with Amatsuhikone no mikoto and Amenohinatori no mikoto.
  202. The main enshrined deities are the Emperor Ojin, the Emperor Chuai and the Empress Jingu (Hachiman-shin) which are accompanied by the Emperor Chukyo who is enshrined in the left-aidono and Shiinetsuhiko no okami (the god for the pottery) in the right-aidono.
  203. The main enshrined deities of the shrine is Masashige KUSUNOKI (Dai-Nanko), while the divine spirits of his son Masatsura KUSUNOKI (Sho-Nanko), sixteen clan members and Takeyoshi KIKUCHI who fell in the Battle of Minatogawa are enshrined as associated deity.
  204. The main enshrined deity SUGAWARA no Michizane is accompanied by Chujo-dono (SUGAWARA no Takami, the first child of Michizane) and Kisshonyo (the lawful wife of Michizane).
  205. The main enshrined deity is Ame-no-Koyane-no-Mikoto, and another shrine enshrining Tenmangu and Benzaiten stands beside the main shrine..
  206. The main enshrined deity is Ichikishimahime (or Ichikishimahime-no-mikoto).
  207. The main enshrined deity is Izanagi (The Male Who Invites), and Amenokoyane no mikoto (Kasuga no kami), Emperor Ojin (Hachimanshin (God of War)), Sumiyoshi Sanjin (Sumiyoshi three deities) and Uganomitama no mikoto (Inari-shin (the god of harvest)) are associated gods.
  208. The main enshrined deity is Mihotsu-hime (another name is Mifutsuhime no kami), and Omononushi is also enshrined as an associated deity.
  209. The main enshrined deity is Okuninushi and the shrine is popular with young women and couples as he is a matchmaking deity.
  210. The main enshrined deity is Toshi no kami, and Otoshi no kami and Takateruhime no mikoto are also enshrined together.
  211. The main enshrined deity is Ukano Mitamano Okami, which is enshrined along with Satahikono Okami, Omiyanomeno Okami, Tanakano Okami and Shino Okami.
  212. The main entrance is located along the Kibune side of the Kyoto Prefectural Route, and an automatic ticket vending machine is set up at the foot of the station, but it is operated only when a station attendant is present.
  213. The main entrance is located on the east side of the station, but people can access the road on the north side through a break in the fence on the platform for Kitano-Hakubaicho Station, which is placed on the west side of the station shed.
  214. The main entrance is on the Yase-Hieizanguchi Station side of the platforms along with a level crossing in the station (Class 1 Ko), and another small entrance is located on the Demachiyanagi side of the Demachiyanagi-bound Platform.
  215. The main events in the Jomon period
  216. The main existing schools of Ninjutsu
  217. The main facilities along the street
  218. The main facilities of the Daidairi
  219. The main factor for this is that he succeeded in bringing the productive Nobi Plain under a unified rule.
  220. The main factors in the development of low-malt beer were consumption trends, the high entry barrier for beer production, the high tax rate of beer, and the cost competition in beer production since 1989.
  221. The main family line started as the inheritance of a 'house' became fixed to an estate and was passed down generations.
  222. The main family sometimes called itself the Chonan clan based on the name of place.
  223. The main feature is a steep, thatched kirizuma yane (gable roof).
  224. The main features of this law were controlling imports and the propulsion of domestic production.
  225. The main figure enshrined in Goryo Shrine is the Otomo Prince ('Nihonshoki' 28th Volume, Tenmu Emperor, Book One, July 672).
  226. The main figure of the Yamato Kingdom (Yamato administration) during this time was King Wakatakeru (Emperor Yuryaku).
  227. The main focus of the museum is the book shelves called 'Wall of Manga,' which is 140 meters long in total and contain as many as 40,000 publications.
  228. The main focus was placed on the ideology of the party (Liberal Party) to which the writer belonged.
  229. The main food source is thought to be of plant foods especially nuts during the sedentary life.
  230. The main force behind the Southern Court, Masanori KUSUNOKI, and Akinobu KITABATAKE, Akitsune CHIGUSA and Tokiuji YAMANA of the Tadayoshi group, attacked Kyoto and Yoshiakira escaped to Omi.
  231. The main force departed in March 662.
  232. The main force of Negoro shu went out to the battle line of Izumi and few people who could fight stayed at the temple.
  233. The main force of the Enkyu Ezo Imperial Court expedition troops was considered to be the troops led by Kiyohara clan.
  234. The main force of the Satsuma army tried to build the battlefronts in Ohata and other places in cooperation with the Raigeki-tai troop in the Oguchi area to prevent the government army from further advancing southward, but failed and retreated to Iino over the Horikiri-toge Pass.
  235. The main force of the attacking army approached Tabaru Slope via a valley from Futamata by taking advantage of downpour and fog.
  236. The main force was deployed to break through Tabaru Slope and Kichiji Pass, and the detached force was deployed to contain the movements of the KIRINO's troop in Yamaga.
  237. The main forces of the Imperial army detected ahead of them about three hundred Emishi/Ezo troops gathered near 'the residence of Aterui, (a chief commander of the Emishi/Ezo forces)', according to "The Chronicle of Japan Continued."
  238. The main forces of the Tosando-gun army advancing along the Tosando arrived at Yanada-juku (currently Ashikaga City) on March 31, and made a surprise attack on a unit (the shohotai) consisting of deserters from the former Shogunate Infantry, and defeated it on April 1.
  239. The main fuel is pine.
  240. The main function was to assist the tasks of the minister and to attend and execute court councils, and the number of regular personnel was originally four, but reduced to two in 705 when Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) was reintroduced.
  241. The main function was to fill in for the Dainagon, present imperial letters to the emperor, wait for inquiries, and to attend conferences at the Daijokan, much the same as Dainagon, but unlike Dainagon, they could not act on behalf of the minister.
  242. The main game for hunting were deer and wild boar and the vegetation cover was mostly deciduous broad-leaved forests and chinquapin and oak were also found.
  243. The main game for hunting were deer and wild boar.
  244. The main game for hunting were deer and wild boar; the vegetation cover was mostly deciduous broad-leaved forests, but yams and lily bulbs were consumed as food.
  245. The main garden is fully graveled with a pond containing a fountain, and flowerbeds at the center.
  246. The main gate (relocated former gate of one of the halls of Tofukumon-in Temple) faces the T-junction of Higashioji-dori Street and Shichijo-dori Street, and beyond this stand the halls including the Ko-do (reconstructed in 1995 after 300 years), the large study hall and the Shin-den.
  247. The main gate is either on the west or on the east, called 'reimon' or 'hare mon' according to their use.
  248. The main gate is the Higashi Ote-mon Gate that faces Horikawa-dori Street.
  249. The main gate of this castle was built facing Kyo Kaido Road which was built crossing this castle town.
  250. The main gate on the front entrance of the Gosho.
  251. The main gate to the Imperial Palace was given the same name in both Nagaoka-kyo (the capital of Japan in Kyoto from 784 to 794) and Heian-kyo.
  252. The main gods that appear in 'Takamanohara Mythology' are described as the ancestors of Yamato sovereigns, and consequently, of the present-day Imperial Family.
  253. The main gods worshipped are Tsukuyomi, and Takamimusubi and they are enshrined as aidono (enshrinement of two or more deities in one building of a shrine).
  254. The main group of the bakufu (which included Tairo [chief minister] Naosuke II), thought the secret Imperial command was actually regarding the plan of overthrowing the Shogunate, and ordered the Mito Domain to submit the chokusho to the bakufu.
  255. The main guest usually sits in front of the tokonoma or on a kamiza (a mat placed at the highest ranked position).
  256. The main hall
  257. The main hall (Kanjodo)
  258. The main hall (above mentioned)
  259. The main hall (an Important Cultural Property) is a building with a hipped roof and a design element called hosangen which was erected during the restoration of 1585, in which the statue of Jizo Bosatsu is enshrined.
  260. The main hall (hondo) of Sankei-en (formerly Tomyo-ji Temple)
  261. The main hall (national treasure)
  262. The main hall and Buddha hall are structures for the purpose of worship, and they have the same meaning as "shido" in India and China.
  263. The main hall and five-storey pagoda of Horyu-ji Temple
  264. The main hall and lecture hall of Toshodai-ji Temple
  265. The main hall built in the Muromachi period and the stone 'gorinto' tower (a gravestone composed of five pieces piled up one upon another) as a memorial tower for Junsho TSUTSUI (both of which are Important Cultural Properties), too, were relocated from Hayashikoji to Ikoma City and reconstructed there.
  266. The main hall built in the kake-zukuri style is often seen at temples dedicated to Kannon (Deity of Mercy) such as Kiyomizu-dera Temple and Hase-dera Temple.
  267. The main hall enshrines the statue of Sanpo Kojin (literally, god of a cooking stove, or the god of three treasures), which is believed to have been engraved by Denkyo Daishi (Saicho, the monk who established the Tendai sect of Buddhism in Japan).
  268. The main hall faces south, while the Nio-mon Gate faces north; they stand as if they are turning their backs on each other.
  269. The main hall has been called Rokkaku-do (lit. hexagonal hall) due to its hexagonal shape.
  270. The main hall has been constructed in a style similar to that of a Heian period noble family dwelling surrounded by an atmospheric corridor and featuring a courtyard garden consisting of white sand centered around a bronze lantern.
  271. The main hall has long been referred to as Nishi Odawara-ji Temple and is commonly called Kutai-ji Temple (Temple of the Nine Images) due to the fact that it houses nine Amitabha statues in the main hall.
  272. The main hall houses the principal image seated statue of Enma-o (a work attributed to Jocho) flanked by his two attendants Shimyo on the right and Shiroku on the left.
  273. The main hall housing the principal image statue of Fugen Bosatsu (Fugen-do Hall) stands slightly distant in the southeast of the temple precincts.
  274. The main hall is a Japanese-style Buddha hall with Irimoya-zukuri (half-hipped) roof covered with cypress bark shingles, and is designated a national treasure as a typical Tendai Buddha hall in the Medieval period.
  275. The main hall is a Tendai Sect style building rebuilt in 1363 with the Gejin (outer place of worship for public people), which has a wooden-floor, separated from the Naijin (inner sanctum), which has Shihanjiki Doma (squared masonry jointed dirt floor) on the lower level, by wooden lattice shutters.
  276. The main hall is a building complex consisting of the shodo hall (the inner shrine), ainoma (the room connecting shodo and raido) and the raido hall (the worship hall).
  277. The main hall is a robust temple in the style of Juso Irimoya-zukuri (multi-storey building with a hip-and-gable roof), rebuilt in 1805, where a gilt bronze standing statue of Thousand Armed Kannon (or Deity of Mercy)) is placed, which is usually kept hidden from public view.
  278. The main hall is assumed to have been built in the mid Kamakura period, however, due to the absence of ancient structural remnants or artifacts of the same period found in the precincts of the temple, the entire temple is assumed to have been established in the Kamakura period.
  279. The main hall is built on the top of a massive bedrock composed of wollastonite (the Ishiyama-dera Temple wollastonite) designated as a national monument from which Ishiyama-dera Temple derived its name (and, in addition, the Ishiyama-dera Temple wollastonite has been selected as one of Japan's 100 Geographical Conditions).
  280. The main hall is highly valuable as the last remaining Kutai Amida-do (Hall of Nine Amitabhas) of the many that were once built around Kyoto.
  281. The main hall is known as 'Rokkaku-do' (lit. hexagonal hall) due to its hexagonal shape.
  282. The main hall is said to be the original that was constructed at the time of the temple's founding.
  283. The main hall is situated at the foot of Mt. Inari and the shrine precinct is considered to consist of the entire mountain.
  284. The main hall of Chodoin in the Daigoku-den Building
  285. The main hall of Kamosu-jinja Shrine
  286. The main hall of Sanbutsu-ji Temple (tokusabuki was used when the hall was built initially, and kokerabuki is used now).
  287. The main hall of a Buddhist temple
  288. The main hall of a temple, which was the origin of butsudan, represents Jodo (the Buddhist pure land) and, therefore, no picture of the dead is decorated inside its sanctum, and accordingly no picture is put into butsudan.
  289. The main hall of the Museum of Kyoto is a building of ferroconcrete with seven stories above ground and a one-story basement newly built at the north side of this annex.
  290. The main hall of the temple was rebuilt in the early modern period and designated as a national Important Cultural Property on May 23, 2002.
  291. The main hall on the left is dedicated to Chobei TAKEDA, the founding deity of the pharmaceutical Industry, Konpira (guardian deity of seafaring) and the white dragon god of Jinushigami (god of an area of land).
  292. The main hall on the right is dedicated to persons with distinguished achievements in the aviation industry and all the air crash victims in the world.
  293. The main hall stands to the right of the shoin.
  294. The main hall was built at the end of the Muromachi period.
  295. The main hall was built in 1308 in the latter half of the Kamakura period when Muro-ji Temple started to transition into being Esoteric Buddhism.
  296. The main hall was completed using donations contributed by a by Settsu lumber dealer.
  297. The main hall was constructed with the Irimoya-styled roof (hip-and-gable roof) in the latter part of the Kamakura period.
  298. The main hall was destroyed by fire on February 8, 1911.
  299. The main hall was formerly the palace of the wife of Emperor Higashiyama, Empress Dowager Joshumonin, and the four-legged gate and entranceway were also relocated from the Imperial palace.
  300. The main hall was rebuilt by Katsumoto KATAGIRI during the Keicho era (1596-1615) under the order of Yodo-dono (Yodogimi), but was destroyed by arson on May 9, 2000.
  301. The main hall was rebuilt in 1381 (kanjincho (a statement to explain reasons to gather donation for Buddhist activities) of 1482) but underwent repeated episodes of reconstruction and destruction by fires such as that of 1398, and the temple was never restored to the scale of its heyday.
  302. The main hall was reconstructed in 1927.
  303. The main hall, Sanmon, burned down and the wooden Great Buddha was reduced to ashes.
  304. The main hall, a national treasure, is known as a representative of Esoteric Buddhist halls built in the Kamakura period.
  305. The main hall, a national treasure, stands at the end of the precincts.
  306. The main hall, corridors, votive offering hall, worship hall, and the two-storey gate of Aoi Aso-jinja Shrine (in Kumamoto)
  307. The main hall:
  308. The main halls of Nishihongu and Higashihongu are National Treasures, and it has fourteen buildings and three objects as the Important Cultural Property.
  309. The main house (Meisho den) and the study (an important cultural property) at Kaju-ji Temple where she used to live, were reconstructed in the new location after she died.
  310. The main housing of the Kadowaki family residence is designated as an Important Cultural Property.
  311. The main image
  312. The main image is Dainichinyorai, which is an entity of the universe and the absolute truth.
  313. The main industries are agriculture (mainly grapes, rice-crop, and dairy farming) and forestry.
  314. The main industry of Taiwan under Japanese rule was agriculture, so the fulfillment of water facilities was important in order to develop the Taiwanese economy.
  315. The main ingredient is soybean (it used to be rice bran in the Sengoku period, the period of warring states).
  316. The main ingredient of rice, which is a cereal, is starch, which is a polysaccharide, and it cannot be utilized as source of energy for yeast.
  317. The main ingredients are beef, long green onion and onion.
  318. The main ingredients are small beans, black-eyed peas, peas, broad beans, and kidney beans.
  319. The main ingredients are soot and glue with a little perfume.
  320. The main ingredients include wheat flour, sugar and eggs, and this type of senbei is often sweet in taste and is close to biscuits and 'kasutera' (a Japanese-style sponge cake originally imitated from that of Castella in the 16th century).
  321. The main ingredients of kaku-fu are gluten and wheat flour.
  322. The main ingredients prepared in such a manner are shown below:
  323. The main ingredients, such as chicken, onions, mushrooms, carrots, green peas, and corn, are finely chopped or diced and stir-fried with rice.
  324. The main iwakura on the right enshrines the main deity Toyouke no Okami as well as Mizuhanome, Hoko Hoho Demi no Mikoto and Kamiyo Godaishin (神代五代神, literally, five deities in the Japanese Myth period).
  325. The main jobs of kujishi were teaching the related parties of the lawsuit about the necessary procedures and the techniques in the court upon request from such parties, creating necessary documents on their behalf, and making settlement arrangement.
  326. The main kaishakunin would say his name to the seppukunin and bow.
  327. The main libraries, consisting of two separate facilities in Tokyo and Kansai, have some 900 staff and are subdivided into departments.
  328. The main line of Kyoto-Ogasawara clan continued as Shogun's retainer, however, after Tanemori OGASAWARA died at Eiroku Incident in 1565, his son Hidekiyo (Shosai) OGASAWARA became a masterless samurai, but later he served the Hosokawa clan (the future Hosokawa clan of Kumamoto Domain).
  329. The main line route was changed to one that ran from Nagoya, Daibutsu to Minatomachi.
  330. The main line was consequently changed to the Tokai-do route where the terrain was relatively flat for the most part making it possible to complete the construction quickly even with the level of technology of the time, and the work immediately got underway to finish the project in time for the inauguration of the Imperial Diet in 1890.
  331. The main manufacturing district
  332. The main material may be polyester, linen or cotton.
  333. The main means of transportation is the JR Nara Line, the Kintetsu Kyoto Line, and the National Route 24 (the Okubo Bypass and the Keinawa Expressway).
  334. The main members are Kitaro NISHIDA, Hajime TANABE, Seiichi HATANO, Keiji NISHITANI, Shin-ichi HISAMATSU, Yoshinori TAKEUCHI, Shizuteru UEDA, and others.
  335. The main members of Diet were Atsumaro KONOE and Motohiro NIJO who were the peerage, and a member of Diet by Imperial command, Goro MIURA.
  336. The main members of the conference are residents and academics from universities in the north-western part of Kyoto City where there are a large number of historical heritage sites, such as temples, shrines, and Emperor tombs.
  337. The main members of the group are college students in Kyoto.
  338. The main members were Chokusen councilors including Koki HIROTA and Fumio GOTO.
  339. The main members were Masataka KUSUMOTO, Shigeto SUZUKI, Jun KAWASHIMA, Shiro SHIBA, Gitetsu (or Yoshiakira or Yoshitetsu) OHIGASHI, Yukimoto KUDO, Sumitaka HASEBA, Tomitoshi TAKETOMI and Yonosuke OSUGA.
  340. The main monastery comprises of, among other structures, the Sammon Gate, Butsudo, Hojo, and Kuri, and is accompanied by a total of 25 sub-temples that are situated to its north, south and west.
  341. The main name is Genji (Minamoto clan).
  342. The main name is the Fujiwara clan.
  343. The main name of the Chaya family is 'the Nakajima clan.'
  344. The main names for the tours and routes are as follows (routes are in no particular order)
  345. The main object is that such aragoto as breaking the gate is performed by an actor of female roles.
  346. The main object of its study is to categorize komonjo by style.
  347. The main object of worship is a standing statue of Shaka Nyorai (Important Cultural Property).
  348. The main objective of haihan-chiken was to enable the new government to collect nengu (land tax), in other words to establish a centralized administrative system and stabilize state finance.
  349. The main office for the Shigure-tei library is in Genbumachi, Karasuma higashi-iru, Imadegawa-dori, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  350. The main office is in charge of 2 round services during daytime.
  351. The main office, and three branch offices per town before the municipal merger in Heisei were established.
  352. The main palace building was located in the northern section, and the chodo (Imperial Court Hall) and the South Gate stood in the southern section.
  353. The main part ends with 31sections as mentioned above.
  354. The main part is a horizontal stone chamber with ryosode-style (a horizontal stone chamber with the passage connected the center of the wall of burial chamber) opened to the south.
  355. The main part is made of black leather and called the 'toko', the front is fastened with a kako (buckle) and the dabi (the end of the belt opposite the buckle end) is inserted into the obi at the back.
  356. The main part of 'Juo-kyo Sutra,' combined of these two ceremonies, gradually focused on Shichishichi-sai.
  357. The main part of Kutsuki-mura was a market place.
  358. The main part of Shimotoba Serikawa-cho was divided into Shimotoba Higashi Serikawa-cho and Shimotoba Nishi Serikawa-cho and only the former detached towns exist.
  359. The main part of it is about Dainichi Nyorai telling Issaigijoju Bosatsu (Shakyamuni) about his enlightenment against the question asked to him, and the way to practice in order to earn that enlightenment.
  360. The main part of the books consists of 1270 kinds, 530 volumes and 666 books, and is divided into the 25 categories below.
  361. The main part of the large armor is composed of strips (made of iron or leather) called kozane.
  362. The main part of the tumulus is structured into multiple horizontal stone chambers.
  363. The main participants from the students of Kidendo were YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane, FUJIWARA no Arikuni (藤原在国, later FUJIWARA no Arikuni (藤原有国)), TACHIBANA no Yorihira, and TAKASHINA no Moriyoshi, but the participants from Enryaku-ji Temple are unknown.
  364. The main person in charge of Onmyodo.
  365. The main person in charge of astronomy.
  366. The main person in charge of managing time.
  367. The main person in charge of rekido (calendar).
  368. The main person who was against the declaration was Toshimichi OKUBO, a powerful figure of the Meiji Government.
  369. The main places using the name "Horinouchi" are introduced as follows.
  370. The main plants are Ruritorano (Veronica subsessilis), Nikkokisuge (Hemerocallis middendorffii var. esculenta), Metakarako (Ligularia stenocephala), Hakusanfuro (Geranium yesoemse var. nipponic), Kugaiso (Veronicastrum sibiricum), Obagiboshi (Hosta montana), Shishiudo (Angelica pubescens), Shimotsukeso (Filipendula multijuga).
  371. The main playwright read aloud the titles of the new productions and the nimaime (actor playing the role of a good-looking character) announced the casts.
  372. The main playwrights and chief producers were responsible for deciding the positions of the pictures of actors in kaomise banzuke, which often involved controvertial discussions.
  373. The main points were import restrictions and promotion of domestic production, while limiting the number of foreign ships coming to Nagasaki and the amount of trade.
  374. The main pool building
  375. The main portion of this mage includes two loops formed by dividing the end of the hair into two and using these ends, and the rest of the hair is wound at the foot of this mage in a cross shape and, thereby, kokei is completed.
  376. The main ports of landing
  377. The main private land of Katsuranomiya located in Katsura, near Heiankyo (Heian Palace).
  378. The main production and consumption region is the East Asian region and also it is popular in North America (especially Mexico), especially among the Hispanic residents.
  379. The main production areas of nori are in Miyagi Prefecture, Chiba Prefecture, Aichi Prefecture, the coastal area along the Harima Sea of Hyogo Prefecture, the small islands in Kagawa Prefecture (Shodo-shima, Nao-shima and so on), Fukuoka Prefecture, Saga Prefecture and the coastal area along the Ariake Sea of Kumamoto Prefecture.
  380. The main production areas of tarako include Hokkaido.
  381. The main production areas were Ise, Shima, and Mikawa Provinces.
  382. The main programs during the period when "Sukeroku" was performed as one of the SOGA brothers' revenge stories called 'Sogamono.'
  383. The main programs during the period when "Sukeroku" was performed with the main character 'Sukeroku' highlighted the entire play.
  384. The main purpose in establishing the borders was that each municipality could receive more of the state subsidies destined for municipalities.
  385. The main purpose of the organizations of local administrative offices given next in the article was demarcation and establishment of Kinai, provinces (ryosei-koku) and counties.
  386. The main purpose of this is to protect the left hand,
  387. The main purpose of this work was to describe the customs, manners and temperaments of student society in 1868, and there are those scenes depicting the daily lives at their board and lodgings, or students at play in those popular places such as beef specialty restaurants or yokyu (a small-sized bow originally made from willow) parlors.
  388. The main purposes of Kangofu were to clarify the position between a tributary state and the Ming dynasty (Sinocentrism) and to distinguish official ships from private ones.
  389. The main purposes of the missions were collecting information on overseas situations, advanced Chinese technology and Buddhist scriptures.
  390. The main reason comes from differences between interpretations of the connection between the 'Otome' and 'Tamakazura' (The Jeweled Chaplet) chapters.
  391. The main reason for closing down all lines via Ogura was to dispose of portions overlapping with Kumiyama Notteko Bus.
  392. The main reason for performing tejime is as a thanks from the host to the participants for making the occasion a success.
  393. The main reason for the collapse was the rapid decrease in the number of shuko (families registered in the family registry) that sustained the equal-field system and the divisional militia system.
  394. The main reason for this is that both his father (Yamato Takeru no Mikoto) and his wife (Empress Jingu) almost certainly did not exist.
  395. The main reason for this seems to be that Tsunayoshi was angry at Asano for making a mess of a ceremony with the Imperial Court.
  396. The main reasons are:
  397. The main reasons for extinction and decrease include development of ponds and declining quality of water.
  398. The main reasons for this are as follows:
  399. The main reasons were depression, fewer children and the decrepit premises.
  400. The main reasons were that Harunaga was a foster brother to Yodo-dono and Mitsunari was from Omi Province, where the first home of Yodo-dono, the Asai family governed and Yodo-dono highly valued his brilliant mind.
  401. The main regular occupations of Eta were the leather processing of dead livestock ('slaughter' was prohibited) as well as the management of footwear craftsmen and Hinin (a group comprising the lowest rank of Japan's Edo-period caste system).
  402. The main responsibility of the kokushi became the collection of a fixed amount of tax, and they were relieved of the duty of governing, a duty which had been part of the Ritsuryo system.
  403. The main retainers of Yoshitsune.
  404. The main revenue source of the Taira clan was control of chigyokoku (fiefdoms) and especially, Echizen Province was a large province and an important income source.
  405. The main roles of iemoto are to conduct political leadership of the school, maintain control and canonicity of the art form, issue licenses and qualifications, and train experts.
  406. The main room (zashiki, a room or place floored with tatami mats) consisted of toko and chigaidana (set of staggered shelves) in front, tsukeshoin or hirashoin (one type of window used in a shoin style room) on the side of veranda, and chodaigamae (a built-in ornamental doorway found in the raised area of a formal style reception suite) on the opposite side.
  407. The main ruins of Kokuga include Suo Kokuga (Hofu City), Hitachi Kokuga (Ishioka City), Omi Kokuga (Otsu City), and Tosa Kokuga (Kami City).
  408. The main sanctuary dating from the latter part of the Heian period is believed to be the oldest surviving example of such a building (a cover building can be seen from outside and inside stand three sanctuary buildings).
  409. The main sanctuary is divided between the Motomiya (main shrine), Yui no yashiro or Nakamiya (middle shrine) and Okumiya (rear shrine).
  410. The main sanctuary is thought to have been constructed during the Kamakura period and enshrines a statue of Ameno Oshihomimi.
  411. The main sanctuary was built in the Kasuga-zukuri style (a style of shrine architecture employed in main sanctuaries, that has the same basic form as that at Kasuga Taisha Shrine), consisting of four buildings.
  412. The main school was 'Yugyo school' which set the base at Fujisawa dojo Shojoko-ji Temple and at Shichijo dojo Konko-ji Temple (Kyoto City).
  413. The main shrine and its auxiliary/subsidiary shrines Shi-no-Okami-jinja Shrine, Koromode-jinja Shrine, San-no-miya-jinja Shrine, Munakata-jinja Shrine (Ichikishimahimeno Mikoto), Ichitani-jinja Shrine (Munakata Sanjojin) and Tsukuyomi-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City) are collectively known as the "Matsunoo Nana-sha" (lit. Seven Shrines of Matsunoo).
  414. The main shrine and the front shrine were reconstructed by Hideyori TOYOTOMI.
  415. The main shrine building is a Momoyama Style building and is designated as an important cultural property.
  416. The main shrine building of West Shrine - erected in 1586.
  417. The main shrine building of the East Shrine - erected in 1595.
  418. The main shrine building that stands today was relocated in 1746 to make room for the third building of Kasuga-taisha Shrine.
  419. The main shrine is in the Shinmei-zukuri style with a thatched roof, and has Ketayuki-sanken (three-ken in length of beam), Harima-niken (two-ken in length of crossbeam), Chigi (ornamental crossbeams on the gable of a Shinto shrine) and Katsuogi (ornamental logs arranged orthogonal to the ridge of a Shinto shrine) on the ridge.
  420. The main shrine, which is designated as a cultural property of Japan, is Ryuzohafu yoshiki rich in variation, with one ken (counter used to number the gaps between pillars) on the front side and two kens on the sides, the roof is a cypress bark roof with a large chidori hafu in the front.
  421. The main sources for the text were the diaries, records and old documents of nobles, priests and samurai.
  422. The main sources of income for those Wafuku dressing schools are the tuition fee of instructing public to dress themselves female formal kimono and a charge for helping them in dressing themselves in Wafuku.
  423. The main sponsor is believed to be the Hojo clan (Kanazawa school), a senior vassal of the Kamakura bakufu.
  424. The main stadium has a seating capacity of 8635.
  425. The main stage of sake brewing shifted from the Imperial Court to temples, and priests who had expert knowledge about brewing began to brew soboshu (sake brewed at major temples).
  426. The main stand was also repaired.
  427. The main station is Tamamizu Station on the JR Nara Line, and rapid trains started to stop at the station after the timetable revision on March 15, 2003.
  428. The main steps of this process are as follows:
  429. The main store is in Fukakusa, with a branch in Shimo-Toba.
  430. The main store is located in Karasuma Kuzebashi, Minami Ward (Kyoto City).
  431. The main store is located in the Kita-Shirakawa, Sakyo Ward.
  432. The main store is next to the main store for 'Daiichi-Asahi' at Takakura Rikkyo, and also opens as early as 7:30 am.
  433. The main store of Tenkaippin Co., Ltd. (The store is located about 700 meters east-northeast of the station.)
  434. The main story
  435. The main stream of First Canal runs from Keage-funadamari to Nanzenji-funadamari via Keage Incline, travels via Ebisugawa Dam and Ebisugawa Power Station, and runs south along the east side of the Kamo-gawa River to Sumizome Dam.
  436. The main stream of Japanese soy-sauce was the tamari soy-sauce until the early Edo period.
  437. The main street in Tochigi-juku (Tochigi City), a staging post on the Nikko-Reiheishi Kaido Road is called 'Kura-no-machi Odori' (literally, main street of the town of kura).
  438. The main street is called 'Kura-zukuri no machinami' (the street of kura-zukuri buildings) and it is designated an Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings.
  439. The main structure was designed by the Architecture Laboratory of the Engineering Department of Kyoto University.
  440. The main subjects of the pictures depicted on Sugi-shoji were the beauty of nature and prancing horses of Yamato-e, although karae were sometimes seen like found in Fusuma-shoji.
  441. The main subjects that a Jidoku lectured on were from Confucian scriptures, including the Shishogokyo (Four Books and Five Classics of Confucianism, the Nine Chinese Classics).
  442. The main task was to control temples, shrines and their priests.
  443. The main temple and sub-temples represent a wealth of cultural property such as architecture, gardens, partition paintings, tea utensils, and Chinese influenced works of calligraphy.
  444. The main temple is Kosho-ji Temple of Shimogyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City.
  445. The main text
  446. The main text and heresies
  447. The main text is entirely written in Chinese with citations from a large number of medical books that existed during the Tang Dynasty.
  448. The main text of Nihonshoki describes that after the creation of heaven and earth, Toyokumune no mikoto was the third one to come into being following Kuninotokotachi no mikoto and Kuninosatsuchi no mikoto, and these three were male deities.
  449. The main text of the "Nihonshoki" says that Amenouzume was holding an enchanted spear, Chimaki no Hoko, but there is no description of its maker.
  450. The main theaters except the Minami-za in Kyoto and Osaka Kabuki-za in Osaka were destroyed by fire in air raids, resulting in great damage to the world of Kabuki.
  451. The main theme should be different from that of the original.
  452. The main tool used by tobishoku was tobiguchi (a firefighter's hook), meaning that it is linked to machihikeshi or fire brigade (used when demolishing fire-spread houses), hashigonori or ladder-top performers (used when supporting the ladder) or kiyari or heavy load pullers (used when carrying the log).
  453. The main tourist course is; you drive to the ninth station by car or bus, then, stroll on a path for walkers to the top.
  454. The main tower of the Japan Folk Crafts Museum which looks like kura-zukuri style of two-story wooden tiled roof remained after World War II and steady efforts are being continued as the foothold of the Mingei Movement after the war.
  455. The main troop followed the patrol troop, reaching Umatateba.
  456. The main troop of Oama no Miko defeated the last line of defense of Omi's army in Seta on the same day.
  457. The main troops led by Shingen made the castles of TOKUGAWA; Tadarai-jo Castle, Amagata-jo Castle, Ichinomiya-jo Castle (Totomi Province), Iida-jo Castle (Totomi Province), Kakuwa-jo Castle, and Mukasa-jo Castle surrender within a day on Novemer 28.
  458. The main units of the Shogunate forces, including the main force of the Shinsengumi led by Toshizo HIJIKATA, set up camp in Hashimoto, a posting station with a red-light district, to the west of the mountain.
  459. The main use of this railroad was transporting coal and it could also be used to carry passengers in horse carriage if requested.
  460. The main work is that entitled 'Kuhon Raigo-zu', based on the "Contemplation Sutra."
  461. The main work of yujo from the Nara through the Heian periods was to spread the art for amusement in synthesis of Buddhism and Shinto, and later it gradually came to spread the art for amusement only.
  462. The main work to conserve Satoyama is encouraging the regeneration of budding, but there are also various tasks such as promoting the propagation of plants and removing bamboo that threaten the habitat of deciduous broad-leaved trees, or repairing the stone walls of terraced rice fields.
  463. The main works of so called Jodaiyo, the ancient calligraphy in the completing period:
  464. The main worshippers of Funadama are fishermen and shipwrights.
  465. The mainstream female hairstyles were long and narrow hairstyles such as Tatehyogo, Genrokushimada, and Genrokukatsuyama.
  466. The mainstream group in the Kenkyukai relaxed regulations of the group in 1927 to admit special cases to which Ketsugi kosoku shugi was not applied, but refused radical reform.
  467. The mainstream in the Kansai area is a beef cutlet.
  468. The mainstream male hairstyle was Hittsume (hair tightly pulled back in a bun), whose shape was close to Ichomage (a hairstyle like a fan, like a leaf of the sacred gingko tree).
  469. The mainstream of materials for ishi-doro is granite, and the variety of granite that is called 'mikageishi' is most commonly used for ishi-doro.
  470. The mainstream of the female hairstyle was Toro-bin, a style that has sideburns protruding to both sides and that can be seen through.
  471. The mainstream of the male hairstyle was Honda mage.
  472. The mainstream of the male hairstyle was Ichomage again, the style of which had puffed and thick sideburns like women's.
  473. The mainstream of the songs reproduced by karaoke were what was favored in the place where the device was placed.
  474. The mainstream theories say that "Ezo" after the Medieval period means "Ainu."
  475. The maintenance of cityscape is threatened by laws such as the Fire Service Act, and furthermore, the deteriorating condition of public safety in the neighboring town, Kiya-machi, causes a negative effect on the hanamachi.
  476. The mairako was set in on one side or both sides as crosspiece horizontally or vertically in various designs such as the same interval or fukiyose (the arrangement of muntins, lattice, ceiling ribs, rafters, or similar structured elements in sets of two or three or more with a wide space between one group and the next).
  477. The major Buddhist sutras include Hokku-kyo Sutra (Dhammapada), Agon-kyo Sutra, Hannya-kyo Sutra, Yuima-kyo Sutra, Nehan-kyo Sutra (Sutra of The Great Nirvana), Kegon-kyo Sutra, Hokke Sanbu-kyo Sutra (Threefold Lotus Sutra), the Three Sutras of the Pure Land (Jodosanbu-kyo Sutra), Kongocho-kyo Sutra, etc.
  478. The major Ikko ikki
  479. The major Korean participants in the illegal trading were residents around Sanpo, local merchants, and major merchants in Hansung, and the relationship between the residents around Sanpo and kokyowa was specially described as follows:
  480. The major Shinto shrines including those designated as Ichinomiya shrines adopted and retained distinctive architecture, contributing to the preservation of unique traditional styles.
  481. The major Shugo daimyos referred to as Sankan--the Hosokawa clan, Shiba clan and Hatakeyama clan--assumed the position of control and supported the Shogun, while the Akamatsu clan, Isshiki clan, Yamana clan and Kyogoku clan, as Shishiki, assumed by turns the position of Shoshi, the chief of Samurai-dokoro.
  482. The major Tengu that became objects of religion as gods have names, and famous ones include Tarobo of Mount Atago, Sojobo of Mount Kurama (Kurama Tengu) and Jirobo of Mount Hira, as well as Hoshobo of Mount Hiei, Buzenbo of Mount Ehiko, Tarobo of Mount Fuji and Sagamibo of Mount Shiramine.
  483. The major Western-style buildings and modern architectures built in between Meiji Period and Early Showa era are illuminated from sundown till around 10 p.m.
  484. The major army had little will to fight and stopped their military advance as Mochitoyo YAMANA at Tajimaguchi did not march.
  485. The major army set out on August 6th, but the practical supreme commander, Samurai-dokoro tonin, Mochitoyo YAMANA, was long start off Kyoto.
  486. The major army such as Mochitsune HOSOKAWA and Sadamura AKAMATSU advanced to Nishinomiya, the Settsu Province.
  487. The major battlefield for Takauji and Yoshisuke was Takenoshita just west of Ashigara-toge Pass.
  488. The major buildings (such as the main building) were transferred to Kujo-tei in Tokyo in accordance with the order issued during the early Meiji era, and were recently donated by the Kujo Family to the Tokyo National Museum, which was named Kujo-kan.
  489. The major captain for the back gate party was Kuranosuke OISHI's legitimate son Chikara OISHI.
  490. The major captain for the front gate party was Kuranosuke OISHI.
  491. The major characteristic of Juniten is as 'Gohoshin', a guardian deity of directions.
  492. The major difference between merchant houses and nagaya (row houses) is their size.
  493. The major difference between the Nichiren sect and Tendai sect is whether or not chanting should be an integral practice.
  494. The major difference from the Cabinet Organization Order established in 1889 is the strength of the Prime Minister's power.
  495. The major difference of the inscriptions between the first and the second was a letter of 'Tsuna;' the angle of 'itohen' (a part of kanji) which was gadded was different.
  496. The major differences are as below.
  497. The major differences in interpretation between Yomei-gaku and Shushi-gaku are described below.
  498. The major differences of the envoy descriptions in the "Nihonshoki" and "Suishu" are as follows.
  499. The major gateways to the Keihan Electric Railway are located in front of the ticket gate of the Eizan Electric Railway; up and down escalators are available, and there is an elevator near the southwest corner.
  500. The major informed Takejiro OTANI of Shochiku that he would permit the staging of Chushingura if the following condition was met.
  501. The major instruments of Kangen music played in concert generally consisted of eight kinds, including three winds, three drums and two strings.
  502. The major manufacturers make it a rule to bring water from Miwa when they produce somen in Nagasaki Prefecture.
  503. The major manufacturers were using the label of 'Miwa' although they bought somen produced in Nagasaki Prefecture.
  504. The major manuscripts of "Ruiju myogisho" which have survived to this day are as follows.
  505. The major means of transportation is vehicles using the Kyoto Longitudinal Expressway or National Route 9, and Keihan Kyoto Kotsu provides bus service operating to downtown Kyoto City through Kameoka.
  506. The major of them came up to 85 in number including Kondo hall of To-ji Temple/Enryaku-ji Temple Yokawa Chudo/ Atsuta Jingu Shrine/ Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine/Kitano Temmangu Shrine/Kurama Temple/Bishamon-do Temple and so on.
  507. The major ones use head meat in particular, and generally, yakitori lightly grilled with salt is eaten with spicy misodare (miso-based marinade) that blends more than 10 kinds of spices.
  508. The major places to visit were Korea, Manchuria, and Taiwan, and they were also dispatched to as far as Singapore and Brazil.
  509. The major platforms to be used are Platform 2, which is used for outbound trains to Higashi-Maizuru, and Platform 3, which is used for inbound trains to Ayabe.
  510. The major poets in the collection are Izumi Shikibu (sixty-seven poems), Sagami (thirty-nine poems), Akazome Emon (thirty-two poems), Noin (thirty-one poems) and ISE no Taifu (twenty-six poems).
  511. The major premise of the above was to prevent the nation from being colonized by western powers.
  512. The major problem is that (something) is not taken into consideration at all, and in this respect the grounds are weak.
  513. The major production area is Hitoyoshi Bonchi basin in southern Kumamoto Prefecture (Hitoyoshi/Kuma region) where there is a remarkable number of twenty-eight shochu breweries.
  514. The major production centers of fu in Japan are as follows:
  515. The major project of the improvement of the Yodo-gawa River System started after Typhoon Thirteen of 1953 caused massive damage to the Yodo-gawa River area for the first time after the Second World War.
  516. The major purpose of his expedition is believed to have been to conquer Kibi Province and to obtain its steel manufacturing technology.
  517. The major reason for this decision was because the weather in May was mild across the country, avoiding periods of cold, bad climate in many regions such as in Hokkaido and the Tohoku region.
  518. The major regional area is Tokyo, and the number of actors registered at The Nohgaku Performers' Association is 16 as of 2006.
  519. The major roads included in this were the Koya-Kaido Road and Kumano Kodo pilgrimage routes.
  520. The major routes are described below.
  521. The major sakaya having existed in the Edo period or before started expanding their business internationally as seisho, advancing into various trade fields.
  522. The major shrines include the following 21 shrines.
  523. The major shuto of Yamato Province include the Tsutsui and Ochi clans under Ichijoin Temple, and the Tochi and Furuichi clans under Daijoin Temple.
  524. The major sites of worship are Kinpusen-ji Temple (of the main Shugen sect) on Mt. Yoshino, Nara Prefecture, Shogoin Temple (of the Honzan Shugen sect) in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, and Sanbo-in at Daigo-ji Temple (of the Daigo school of the Shingon sect) in Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City.
  525. The major six families of Chinzei Okura Ason (a high-ranking official and courtier in Kyushu) such as the Harada, Hatae, Akizuki, Egami, Hara, and Takahashi clans were promoted to Kokujin ryoshu (a local samurai lord) and Daimyo (a feudal lord); however, they went to rack and ruin because of "the Kyusyu Conquest" by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  526. The major steps in the procedure of sanpai to a shrine or a temple are generally as follows:
  527. The major style of two-sword fencing in the Japanese martial arts is holding a honzashi (a long sword) in the right hand and a wakizashi (a short sword) in the left hand.
  528. The major subject at Daigaku and Kokugaku was mainly Confucianism, so Buddhism and Taoism weren't taught there.
  529. The major subject at temples was Buddhism, and secular studies such as Confucianism and so on were generally not taught there.
  530. The major temples constructed in the capital were Daian-ji Temple, Yakushi-ji Temple, Kofuku-ji Temple and Gango-ji Temple (together called the four great temples), and each were relocated one by one when the capital was transferred from Fujiwara-kyo.
  531. The major textbooks used in Tenmon were the tenmonshi (astronomy records) "Kanjo (Historical records of the Han Dynasty)" and "Shin jo (History of the Jin Dynasty)", "Tenkanjo", "Sankehakusan (textbook for learners of astrology)", "Tenmon Yoshu (the summary of astrology)" and "Kanyo Yoshu (the summary of astrology)."
  532. The major thinker was Huang Zongxi.
  533. The major turning point for Buddhism of Japan to change into Soshiki-Bukkyo was the Danka system established by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in the early Edo period.
  534. The major vocabulary which appeared in "Meiroku Zasshi" and are still used today are as follows (Since it is difficult to divide them, they are not strictly classified).
  535. The major wars he joined were the attack on Watoku-jo Castle, Namioka-jo Castle, Daikoji-jo Castle, the Battle of the Roppa-gawa River and the attack on Inakadate-jo Castle.
  536. The major works in which Nakahira employed his ensemble casting method were "Gendaikko" (Modern children), a cynical, modern film that was shot in the same year as "Doro darake no Junjo" and was typical of Nakahira, and "Hikaru Umi " (Shining sea), a film in which Yoshinaga, Mieko TAKAMINE, Kinuyo TANAKA, Masayuki MORI, and others appeared.
  537. The majority are the traditional 'masuseki for four,' in which four zabuton are squeezed side by side into the small space.
  538. The majority of Japanese people today lack a sense of belonging to religions, and many Japanese also consider themselves to have 'no religion,' although they actually engage in religious rituals.
  539. The majority of Sekizoku belongs to chipped stone tools.
  540. The majority of Sekizoku weighed less than two grams and was between one and three centimeters in size throughout the time until the beginning of the Jomon period to the beginning of the Yayoi period.
  541. The majority of Todai-ji Temple was destroyed during TAIRA no Shigehira's Siege of Nara.
  542. The majority of Yoshitada's descendants became Hokumen no bushi (Imperial Palace Guards for the North Side), Togu Toneri (Officers of the Crown Prince's palace) or held posts at Konoefu (Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards).
  543. The majority of cancellations of designations as important cultural properties based on this ordinance are in reference to those that have burned in fires.
  544. The majority of classic complete works that are currently published compiled only Kuden shu, Book 1 and Book 10, excluding Book 11 and after.
  545. The majority of common people, that is, sangnom (lower class during the Joseon Dynasty) and lower, who suffered from famine and often rose in revolt, only used coarse earthenware which originated from Gaya earthenware.
  546. The majority of gokenin were generally made up of individuals who either did not hold fiefs but held the rights to 30 to 80-koku in rice or, small land owners holding up to 200 koku of land.
  547. The majority of habitats are found adjacent to the Sea of Japan but they are also found in Chiba, Izu and Shizuoka Prefectures.
  548. The majority of his directorial productions are artistic works with dominant social themes, but as a screen writer he has many works that have strong entertainment aspect.
  549. The majority of jidaigeki are swordfighting dramas.
  550. The majority of kuruwas called "?maru", such as the honmaru and ninomaru, were built in the early modern period.
  551. The majority of modern day gagaku belongs to his line; however, his eldest son, Hirosue HAYASHI, whom he had the highest hope for, died only two years after taking over his father's work.
  552. The majority of roadside signs such as "Ichirizuka" (milestone marker for a "Ri"- about 3.927km), "Choishi" (milestone marker for a "Cho" - about 109m) and "Michishirube" (guideposts) remain today in many areas and are assumed to have been installed during the Edo period.
  553. The majority of standard practices in flower arrangement were established by the three main schools, Shofu, Nihonbashi and Asakusa.
  554. The majority of such organizations were assembled under the leadership of groups related to local public governments, chambers of commerce and industry, as well as hotel associations.
  555. The majority of the 'Ise ebi' that Japan imports is of this species.
  556. The majority of the castle's forces had been sent away to fight in the battle of Sekigahara, leaving the garrison's strength at 2800 men.
  557. The majority of the content had been adapted from Chinese hakuwa shosetsu (Chinese novels).
  558. The majority of the gardens with funa-ishi are shaped like outgoing ships.
  559. The majority of the names came from fine horses of Japanese classic literature; for example, the names Surusumi and Ikezuki are in The Tale of the Taira Clan (The Tale of the Heike/Heike Monogatari) and came from MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's favorite horse in the competition to be the first rider in a charge at the Battle of the Uji-gawa River.
  560. The majority of the paintings depict people, but those kept by Shitenno-ji Temple are unusual in that they are Kacho-ga (paintings of flowers and birds), providing valuable data.
  561. The majority of the pedestal and the center of the halo are original.
  562. The majority of the small-and-medium-sized private railway companies, on the other hand, usually connect the city, which is far from JR stations, and a JR station.
  563. The majority of the temple buildings were destroyed by fire in the Jokyu Disturbance of 1221 but some of the structures including the three-storey pagoda were rebuilt during the Muromachi period.
  564. The majority of the trains are those without conductors on board and limited express trains, and not only the number of trains operated an hour is only one limited express and one local train (a few local trains are available per hour during the rush hour) but there are many stations used by small numbers of passengers.
  565. The majority of the troops were bushi belonging to the Taira clan associated with the Kanto area and were also in fact local governors.
  566. The majority of the young men at the time were sent to the front line.
  567. The majority of them are made of Hinoki (Japanese cypress) wood and, in general, it is simpler than a Buddhist altar.
  568. The majority of these arrows do not have feathers.
  569. The majority of these koan are considered to be muriewa (irrational dialogs).
  570. The majority were Shorei until the early Sung period.
  571. The majority were crafted during the temple revival stage of the Kamakura period but the collection also includes 124 Heian period statues that escaped the fire of 1249 (in addition to one statue added during the Muromachi period).
  572. The make-up style was heavy Shironuri (white makeup) make-up style, and it was same as that for children, and it could be no make-up or natural make-up.
  573. The maker of his naginata is unknown, but some theories state that it is Munechika SANJO.
  574. The maker of shakuhachi is called "Seikan-shi" (literally, "a maker of the tube").
  575. The maker sells sponge cake manju with custard in it.
  576. The makers of gigaku-men masks are also known by the name of the maker inscribed on them.
  577. The makeup of Jidaigeki (period drama) is similar to Kabuki and Kabuki Buyo, but it is a little more realistic with the base being closer to natural skin color as well as eye makeup that is more modest.
  578. The makeup of amateur Kabuki is basically the same as the Kabuki described above, but because most of the performers are not accustomed to wearing makeup, their painted eyebrows and lipstick often get blurred, giving the impression of amateur Kabuki.
  579. The makeup of the chigo of Myogon-ji Temple (Toyokawa City) especially resemble what is seen in Kabuki Buyo.
  580. The makeup used in Minyo Buyo (dances for local folk songs) takes the middle road compromising between the styles of Kabuki Buyo and ballet.
  581. The makeup used in Ryukyu Buyo (Ryukyu dance) is similar as well, and the point makeup is nearly the same as that used in Kabuki Buyo.
  582. The makeup used in contemporary dramas varies depending on the role, and although it looks far more realistic than what is used in Jidaigeki, a consirable amount of atsugesho is generally applied when performances are on a stage.
  583. The maki-zushi of Edomae-zushi is ordinarily called 'nori-maki' (vinegared rice rolled in dried laver).
  584. The making process and texture are very different from detchi-yokan made in Kyoto Prefecture and Omihachiman City, Shiga Prefecture.
  585. The makiyakinabe used in the Kanto region is slightly wider in width and shorter in length than that in the Kansai region.
  586. The makkinru technique, used in the Shosoin treasure Kingindenso no karatachi, is a type of togidashi makie technique.
  587. The makura fills a variety of roles in rakugo, such as to amuse the audience and get them to relax before the start of the main topic, to lead the audience into the main topic of the story using a related scene, or as a tool to set up the final punchline, among others.
  588. The makura-kyo may be omitted depending on the Buddhist sect.
  589. The malcontent warrior class objected to the continued reformative measures and starting with the Saga War, the Shinpuren-no-ran War (turmoil of Shinpuren, dissatisfied warrior group), the Akizuki-no-ran War (the turmoil of Akizuki), and the Hagi-no-ran War (turmoil of dissatisfied warriors at Hagi) broke out.
  590. The male bloodline of Nobuhiro KONOE continued to the following successors, Hisatsugu KONOE, Motohiro KONOE, Iehiro KONOE, Iehisa KONOE, Uchisaki KONOE, Tsunehiro KONOE, motosaki KONOE, Tadahiro KONOE, Atsumaro KONOE, Fumimaro KONOE, and Fumitaka KONOE.
  591. The male flower is for edible use as the hanazansho (flower of the Japanese pepper), and the young or ripened fruit of the female flower is used.
  592. The male kami resides at Hie-no-yama in Chikatsu Omi-no-kuni and Kazu-no-Matsunoo and uses a nari-kabura (singing arrow),' it is known that this deity was highly influential at the time that Kojiki was compiled.
  593. The male-to-female ratio was roughly 1:1, with about 61,000 high school students (49%), about 44,000 from the general public (35%), about 11,000 junior high school students (9%) and about 10,000 college students (7%).
  594. The mall is host to approximately 200 shops, including eateries, clothing shops, sundry goods stores and the like, and taking advantage of the site's location on the shore of Lake Biwa, the Biwa Kisen steamboat also stops here, giving visitors the chance to take a cruise on Lake Biwa.
  595. The mallow patterns commonly use futaba-aoi (a two-leaf mallow), and one of the famous futaba-aoi is that of the Kamo-jinja Shrine used as a crest for a shrine (a shrine crest).
  596. The malvidin combines with a molecule of glucose in a plant to become malvidin monoglucoside.
  597. The mammals living here include small ones, such as the Japanese dormouse and flying squirrels, in addition to mid to large animals, such as black bears, Japanese serows, Japanese monkeys, Japanese sika deer, wild boars, raccoon dogs, red foxes, badgers, and Japanese hares.
  598. The mamorigatana (the sword for protection) given by Emperor Akihito on the ceremony was made by Masamine SUMITANI, the holder of certified Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  599. The man accidently said 'I did not kill him, Motoyoshi did,' and this led to discovery of the in-car murder.
  600. The man answers, 'A young woman dressed like a shrine maiden invites visitors to try chinowa-kuguri (passing through a hoop made of kaya grass [plants of sedge family]) at Minazuki Harai festival.'
  601. The man called 'Goho' in "Teppoki" is considered to be the same person as Ochoku who was the leader of wako based on today's Hirado City and the Goto Islands, because Goho coincides with the byname of Ochoku and the record in Portugal shows the ship was a junk one.
  602. The man climbed the gate easily without any foothold, and went up to the tower with Haseo lifted on his shoulder because Haseo could not climb.
  603. The man developed intolerance of poverty and began to frequent another woman in Takayasu county in Kawachi Province.
  604. The man does not appear to be holding the gourd tightly but instead does so in an awkward manner.
  605. The man gets furious seeing what Tarokaja brought back, and Tarokaja realizes that he was fooled.
  606. The man had a single head and torso with two faces,
  607. The man has not been identified so far, there is a possibility that he was Kazunomiya's husband, Iemochi.
  608. The man immediately calls Tarokaja and tells him to buy a Suehiro with 'good-quality paper, polished frame and cartoon sketch (picture written 絵 reads 'e').'
  609. The man is disappointed with her look and returns to his first wife.
  610. The man met his best friend again after a lapse of time and was told about the gem from his best friend, where he realized it for the first time and finally obtained the gem.
  611. The man of Shimogyo talks to her, 'I want to hear the story of Nagoshi no harai.'
  612. The man talked to her (originally, letting subordinate talk), but she refused him because "it is a remembrance token of beloved man."
  613. The man thinks that Kanpei is a bandit because Kanpei has a gun, and he shoos him off saying, "I will not be deceived by such a trick (a trick to put a person off guard by speaking to him light-heartedly), go away."
  614. The man tried to explain however Hiboko would not forgive him.
  615. The man was furious at the old woman's act being righteous as he was, but her words made him decide to brutally rob the woman of her clothes.
  616. The man wears swords.
  617. The man who came to lead the largest force in the Kinki area after Nobumori was Mitsuhide AKECHI, and along with the severe human affairs which brought unrest to the vassals, this banishment was often said to be linked to the Honnoji Incident.
  618. The man who conducted an equal diplomacy with Sui Dynasty China was the king of wa (Japan) from Kyushu dynasty in which he was described as 'a king of wa (Japan) whose family name was Ame and his adult nickname was tarishihoko and he called himself as a king'.
  619. The man who was dissatisfied with this was England minister, Harry Parkes.
  620. The man, who was about to be executed for theft, was saved by Nobukado because he was the spitting image of Shingen.
  621. The man-made lake of the Hiyoshi Dam was named 'Amawakako' (Lake Amawakako) after the name of the area that went under water.
  622. The management body is the Santokuan foundation located in Samon-cho, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo.
  623. The management had expanded into money lending to feudal lords, accepting rice as collateral, most of which became irrecoverable, accelerating the decline of the family business.
  624. The management method of Miyake progressed along with the development of tumulus, and its history is generally divided into earlier and later periods around the 5th Century A.D.
  625. The management of Fuseya mainly constituted either 'temples' or 'kokufu' (provincial offices).
  626. The management of shoen was first done using their own servants and followers, but as the ages went on, leasing out to the village headman and farmers within the shoen became the practice.
  627. The management of shoens during the Tang and Sung dynasty
  628. The management of the Kariganeya was falling into decline after the death of their biggest client Tofukumonin (another name for Masako TOKUGAWA) in 1658.
  629. The management of the bus route is commissioned to the Tango Kairiku Transport Co., Ltd.
  630. The management of the school was transferred from Kyoto Prefectural Government to Kyoto City, and the name of the school was changed to Kyoto-shi Bijutsu Gakko (Kyoto Municipal School of Arts) two years later in 1891.
  631. The management of the sect is based on open discussions by all Doho (followers) without permitting anyone's tyranny.
  632. The management of these real materials is entrusted to the Kyoto Cultural Foundation, and there are occasional exhibitions of them in the library display room.
  633. The management office of Korokan provided them with board and lodging.
  634. The management organization is Ryukaku-ji Temple.
  635. The management policy of Tsunehisa featured how to control Kokujin-shu through power and emotions, and also put an importance on independence of each family entangled with vested interests of a bigger group.
  636. The management policy of the aborigines in Taiwan so called "riban seisaku" (aboriginal management policy) contributed to the improvement of the educational level among them to some extent, and they were legally given almost the same rights as the Japanese or Chinese people.
  637. The manager and the chef of Japanese restaurant overseas are mostly local people.
  638. The mandala enshrined at Lecture Hall of To-ji Temple in Kyoto, which consists of 21 Buddhist statutes with Dainichi Nyorai situated in the center, was produced in accordance with the initiative of Kukai and is regarded as a kind of katsuma mandala.
  639. The mandala includes Kijin (fierce god) and rakshasa (type of evil spirit) but new initiates learn how to worship and celebrate those gods in case they select them.
  640. The mandala is divided into 12 parts of 'in' (sections).
  641. The maneki-neko is believed to derive from this guardian deity of cats.
  642. The maniai-shi was a term that referred to fitting the width of fusuma-shoji, and was about 0.96 m wide.
  643. The manju hit the face of a farmer who was working in the field, and the farmer murmured, while cleaning up his face, "He is holding chanoyu (a tea ceremony) again".
  644. The manju introduced in Nara is "kusuri-manju" using baking powder and the other in Hakata is "sake-manju" using amazake (sweet mild sake).
  645. The manju is too big to eat as it is, and is generally cut into smaller pieces with a knife.
  646. The mannen-gami (eternal paper) is a memo paper coated with a transparent Japanese lacquer and written on with a writing brush, and as it's name indicates from its characters, a letter written in sumi comes off when it is wiped with a damp cloth and it can be used for many years.
  647. The manner in which Hongwan-ji Temple split into east and west
  648. The manner in which he struggled against the army of Yoshitomo is described vividly in the "Hogen Monogatari" (The Tale of the Hogen War).
  649. The manner in which one perceives the relationship between budo and sports varies from one school to another or from one martial artist to another, as follows:
  650. The manner in which the 'Mobile Phone Power Source Off Car' is announced varies occasionally, according to the conductor.
  651. The manner of drawing women in ukiyoe has a unique tendency.
  652. The manner of gassho raihai
  653. The manner of serving is peculiar.
  654. The manner of writing and pronunciation varies by sect, and in some regions the word is even shortened to 'Ossan' or 'Ossama' (with the accent in the beginning).
  655. The manner varies with the schools; a school recommends lying tea bowl upside down on to chataku after finish drinking tea, while other strictly forbids doing so as tea staining will stain chataku.
  656. The manners and morals of these inn towns came to be connected with matoba areas (gambling for gifts) run by matoya, and yaba (shooting galleries) were established in inn towns and hot spring districts.
  657. The manners for arranging dishes are as follows:
  658. The manners in which hikicha was served involved serving sencha (green tea of middle grade) to priests formed in an orderly line; condiments would then be added, such as amazura (traditional sweetener commonly used in the past), koboku (skin of Magnolia obovata used for crude drugs) and ginger to suit individual tastes.
  659. The manners of the ceremony are different in each sect.
  660. The manners specified by the All Nippon Kyudo Federation are centered around the manners of the Ogasawara school.
  661. The manor and private land were given to Renge o in, Emperor Nijo started to have suspicions that Emperor Goshirakawa in was starting to rule a cloister government.
  662. The manor of Daigo-ji Temple was placed in Maizuru, during the Nanbokucho Period,
  663. The manor of Hachijoin's whereabouts
  664. The manor was located in what is now the eastern part of Imizu City, including the Ebie, Horioka, Shiraishi and Hibari areas, and the western part of Toyama City.
  665. The manors in Goryeo did not approve the right of tax exemption and the right to keep the tax agents from entering the property, but if the owners were powerful men, as a matter of practice, the rights were in effect by political pressure.
  666. The manors of the powerful families of the Fujiwara clan did not escape coming under scrutiny.
  667. The manors which belonged to Yorinaga were transferred, together with the territories of TAIRA no Tadamasa and TAIRA no Masahiro who were killed during the Disturbance, to the property of the retired emperor, and later the income from these territories supported the finance of the cloister government of the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa.
  668. The manors, acquired tax exemption privilege, started enlarging their territories through the unification of their territorial control and encroaching on the kokugaryo territories controlled by kokuga.
  669. The manservant's shiryo (the spirit of a dead person) had become reiki (devil of the dead) and appeared.
  670. The mansion later became the family name of the Kyogoku clan.
  671. The mansion of the Shimo branch of the Reizei family was located within the grounds of the Kyoto Imperial Gardens.
  672. The mansion served as a political center and was of a scale to rival that of an imperial palace.
  673. The mansions of the upper class nobles were built in the architectural style called Shinden zukuri (architecture representative of a nobleman's residence with a huge main house).
  674. The mantra (Sanskrit) is om vajarayuse svaha (same as life prolonging mantra of Fugen Bosatsu (Samanta Bhadra)).
  675. The mantra (shingon) for Bishamonten is 'On Beishiramanayasowaka (oM vaizravaNaaya svaahaa, that is, om (saintly sound), the son of vizravas, svaahaa), etc.
  676. The mantra (shingon) is On Kiri (Ku) Gyaku Un Sowaka.
  677. The mantra drawn in the image represents the syllable 'bhruum,' indicating the close relationship between the usniisa and the belief in mantra.
  678. The manual of secret techniques was returned to Shigemasa's only son Shigetaka by Yoshikata, so the family manual was again being handed down in the Yoshida clan.
  679. The manufacture of Kanei-tsuho as officially minted coin started.
  680. The manufacturer of Pom Juice, Ehime Inryo took advantage of this joke and tailored a "Talked-about tap of Pom juice campaign" and produced faucets that delivered Pom juice at their direct sales shop in Imabari City and Matsuyama Airport for a limited period.
  681. The manufacturer of the automatic ticket gate is Toshiba.
  682. The manufacturers had to fight for a share within the market size.
  683. The manufacturing method
  684. The manufacturing method of Japanese swords, a highly advanced technique at the time, strove to achieve three highly sought after qualities, 'Not to break, not to bend, and a razor sharp cutting edge.'
  685. The manufacturing method used is to ferment koji mold and mature it once it has dried.
  686. The manufacturing process
  687. The manufacturing process of dried abalone is elaborate and requires extreme caution.
  688. The manufacturing processes of geta are to attach protruding portions for touching the ground which are called "Ha" (teeth) to the wooden board, drill three holes called "Me" (eyes), and put Hanao through these three holes.
  689. The manufacturing techniques of Korean pottery originated when many daimyos from western Japan, who had participated in the Bunroku-Keicho War together with Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, brought Korean potters with them to their own land and had the potters make the pottery.
  690. The manuscript in Tameie's own handwriting is still in the collection of Reizeike Shiguretei Bunko and it was designated as the national important cultural property in 1984.
  691. The manuscript in his own hand is extant, and was designated an Important Cultural Property in 1995.
  692. The manuscript in the form of oral transcription written by Sosetsu KANZE exists in KANZE head family.
  693. The manuscript is considered to have been written during the end of the Edo period and the original book is in Domyo-in Temple and remains only as kotobagaki (captions).
  694. The manuscript is said to have been made based on 'shohon' (a verified text) by Sanetaka SANJONISHI in the Muromachi period.
  695. The manuscript made in the early Kamakura period and now owned by The Tokugawa Art Museum was designated as an important cultural property in 2005.
  696. The manuscript of her personal collection of poems, "Sagami's Poetry Book" (also known as "Shijoshu"), is still in existence.
  697. The manuscript of this revised book was completed in 1798, however, publication was delayed for various reasons and publication eventually took place in 1826.
  698. The manuscript school and the monument school
  699. The manuscript used for comparison and collation
  700. The manuscript was called 'the only book' in the world and a treasure of Horyu-ji Temple until the late Edo period; Now it is a national treasure owned by Chion-in Temple in Kyoto.
  701. The manuscript was made in 1650.
  702. The manuscript was passed down from Sano HAYASHI of the branch family of Hayashi family, to her disciple, Fumiko KITA, and through a certain Kishi (a Go or shogi player) who borrowed the manuscript, it was published 3 times in 1907, and on every Sunday "Jiji Shinpo" in 1910-11.
  703. The manuscript, handwritten by the Emperor Gouda, has been designated as a national treasure, and it is being kept in Daikaku-ji Temple at present.
  704. The manuscript, owned by Konan Women's University, said to have been written by FUJIWARA no Tameie is famous.
  705. The manuscripts found after 1938 were not adopted 'for the convenience of making drafts,' either.
  706. The manuscripts in Teika's own hand
  707. The manuscripts of his past travel reports had been circulated and a publisher wanted to publish the books.
  708. The manuscripts of the Five Classics used by the Gokyo hakase since former Han was copied in reisho-tai (clerical script), which was in use during the Han period, and was called Kinbun-kei.
  709. The manuscripts of the diary which originally covered the period between 1222 and 1251 have been almost completely dispersed, now reduced to a small portion of the original text.
  710. The many correspondence of waka is one of the unique characteristics of this work.
  711. The many plain wooden boards called 'Maneki' having each actor's name written in Kanteiryu (a special calligraphy style for Kabuki) arranged above the entrance of the theater during this period are well-known.
  712. The many rules that the Saykamuni made were for the bad and foolish people.
  713. The many tall tree tunnels in the section from Misono-bashi Bridge to the south form a beautiful bright green parade.
  714. The manzai comedian duo "Black Mayonnaise" has a story related to Katsura: 'Despite my bald head, my name is Kosugi (i.e., thick hair).
  715. The manzai spread across Japan became more diversified in its costume by incorporating the elements of "noh" or "kabuki" later.
  716. The map symbol for the bank is drawn from the shape of a counterbalance used by the money changer in the Edo period.
  717. The maple trees that Yusai (Fujitaka) HOSOKAWA planted along with the Tsurukame no Niwa (Crane and Turtle Garden) in the Edo period are particularly famous and receive many visitors in autumn.
  718. The maps are kept in various places, including the National Archives of Japan, Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine, Kyoto City Museum of Historical Materials, Kotohira-gu Shrine Library, Hakodate City Central Library.
  719. The march was stopped due to confusion.
  720. The margins of the platform is 6mm high, and Komon Karanishiki (Chinese brocade) is placed under the bowl.
  721. The marine control over the Seto Inland Sea and the dominance over Sanyodo (a Japanese term denoting an ancient division of the country, corresponding for the most part with the modern conception of the Sanyo region), Shikoku and Kyushu regions were seized by the Taira clan that had escaped to Saigoku (western part of Japan).
  722. The marital relationship between Yorimichi and Takahime was pretty good.
  723. The mark * refers to Kuji torazu.
  724. The marker light patterns (headcodes of marker lights) are as follows:
  725. The market price of 1.8 liters of white rice was 50 mon (obsolete unit of currency), but it soared to 58 mon on May 31, 66 mon on July 1, and 70 mon on July 30.
  726. The market price of Itami zake and Ikeda zake in Edo were much more expensive than other sake made in other places.
  727. The market price of somen used to be determined in Miwa during ancient times.
  728. The market size for canned coffee from the beginning to the mid 2000s hovered around an estimated 350 million cases, leveling off or slightly decreasing.
  729. The market was established in 1969 in Kisshoin Ishihara Higashinokuchi, Minami Ward, based on the central wholesale market law (the present wholesale market law).
  730. The marriage Yoshimoto forced on his niece Tsukiyama with Ieyasu can be interpreted as a measure to tie Ieyasu to the Imagawa family, but it can be also understood as an honest special favor to turn Ieyasu into a relative of the Imagawa family.
  731. The marriage between Emperor Jinmu, a descendant of Amaterasu Omikami (the great sun goddess and head of all heavenly kami (kami: deity)), and Himetataraisuzuhime would reunite the branched genealogies of the line of heavenly kami and the line of earthly kami.
  732. The marriage between Nagamasa and Ichi is said to have been a harmonious one, and the envy of all around them.
  733. The marriage of Shigehime and Ienari took place on February 4, 1789, 13 years after the engagement.
  734. The marriage of a male Imperial family member is considered to be completed when he exits the Kashikodokoro.
  735. The marriage of the Aizu Matsudaira family to the Imperial family represented the restoration of the name of the Aizu-han Clan, which had been disgraced as an Emperor's enemy.
  736. The marriage of this handsome couple became the talk of the town.
  737. The marriage to his wife, who was known as Kenshoin, probably occurred sometime between the Genki era (1570) and Tensho era (1573).
  738. The marriage to the member of the Imperial family or other royal families (former Imperial House Act and the Decree for the Imperial family)
  739. The marriage took place not in 1605 but possibly in 1600 after the death of Yusai.
  740. The marriage was arranged by the (tenth) lord of Sumiya (a restaurant where high-class harlots and geisha dispatched from a geisha house entertained the guests) and the proprietress of Kikyoya.
  741. The marriage was finally approved unanimously in the Imperial Household Council on November 27, 1958.
  742. The martial art organization previously mentioned started to have very strong sect like characteristics and practiced shamanistic ceremonies within the group.
  743. The martial arts instructors who were no longer needed at the police were made redundant.
  744. The mascot character
  745. The mashed soybeans are called 'go.'
  746. The mask features generous character in old style.
  747. The mask is Heida (one of the Noh masks which features a man).
  748. The mask is separated at the mouth and tied at the back (the jaw is movable).
  749. The mask of Darth Vader appeared in the movie "Star Wars" was modeled after the kabuto (a headpiece of a Japanese warrior) of "the black-lacquered armor with 5 pieced cuirass used by Masamune DATE," which is currently owned by Sendai City Museum.
  750. The mask of okame is sometimes used as to play a comical woman in Satokagura (kagura performance held somewhere other than at the imperial palace) and is often played with 'hyottoko' (droll fellow or clownish mask) as a pair.
  751. The masks and costumes inherited in the head family were also divided and given to the branch family, which later developed into the family of Tetsunojo KANZE.
  752. The masonry used is from the original site, and is a highly unique quartzite containing a 'ripple pattern' fossil that is said to have been formed over 500 million years ago.
  753. The mass media also uses the title the "Kanji of the Year".
  754. The mass media also went to the poisoned area and the copper-mine poisoning problem became widely known among them in Tokyo.
  755. The mass of 1 coin of the Kaigen-tsuho was defined as a 10th ryo or 1 sen (monme).
  756. The mass of large forces of bakufu soldiers in Osaka reaching about 200,000 in number brought forth not a few confusions.
  757. The mass of warm tenkasu needs to be spread in a flat container or the like and watered to cool down before disposal.
  758. The massacre of Hidetsugu and his children resulted in making the small Toyotomi family much weaker.
  759. The massive set of Sanmon comes up in one to the stage by the mechanism of seri (trapdoor) and Hisayoshi MASHIBA appears from below.
  760. The massive transporting operation,' in which Imperial Japanese Navy served as escorts, enabled the Allies to send the troops in Africa from Alexandria (Egypt) to Marseille (France) successfully to recover from inferiority in the Western Front.
  761. The master and disciple were opposed to each other.
  762. The master guest room
  763. The master guest room had oshiita (the board or altar used to decorate Mitsugusoku underneath the hanging scroll) and this showed different inclination from the master guest room of the kaisho until that time.
  764. The master guest room was suited to the performance of renga as it was square-shaped.
  765. The master of Daiji-ji Temple, Kochi, was an apprentice of Dochu, who had studied under Jianzhem (Ganjin in Japanese), though Dochu showed an early appreciation of Saicho and sent many pupils to study under Saicho.
  766. The master of Toiyaba was called Tonya and there were Toshiyori, who was Tonya's assistant, Chozuke, who registerd riders, horses and wages, and Umasashi, who alloted baggage to riders and horses.
  767. The master of the boathouse Ginpei shows his power to drive away those searching for Yoshitsune.
  768. The master of the house appears; he welcomes Kaian, apologizes to him for the people's rudeness and offers an explanation for the misunderstanding.
  769. The master of the temple's kaisan Enni (founding priest), Wuzhun Shifan, was an eminent master of Song Dynasty China.
  770. The master pushes Tarokaja to go to the sake shop promising a reward if he can get sake.
  771. The master said 'Don't get close to the tub containing torikabuto' and went out.
  772. The master, Shoraku, tried to build a temple to worship the Shoten Buddha of Joy (a small statue of Buddha carried beside the body), which he brought from Goguryeo as a memorial for Jakko, who was believed to be the father of Shoten.
  773. The master-servant relationship between the Kamakura-dono and gokenin was preserved by a reciprocal relationship called "favor and service," a system known as the lower-ranking vassal system.
  774. The master-servant relationship contract was managed by myobu (a piece of wood with a name inscribed on it) offered by a gokenin who visited Kamakura-dono, and the bakufu supervised gokenin using the Gokenin Meibo (name list of retainers).
  775. The master-servant relationships among samurai during the medieval period were not one-sided but were established based upon mutually beneficial ones in which benefits were not only given by a master and received by his servant, but also given by a servant and received by the master.
  776. The masterminds of the rebellion were killed one after the other, including Prince Okiyo, who was killed by FUJIWARA no Kinmasa in Kazusa Province on February 19.
  777. The masters continued to give names to their vassals in the Muromachi period.
  778. The masters of tea ceremony precisely devised and paid careful attention for not only the tea room, but also its approach from the outside space.
  779. The match against Yasuhisa TAMURA the fourth dan level (with a handicap of the first move) in 1895
  780. The match between Tanikaze and Onogawa is handed down as a famous competition in the Grand Sumo Tournament history.
  781. The match in Japan uses 'Japan official Tanegashima target (the target diameter is 40 cm)' whose shooting distance is 50 meters, same as international rules, which is called 'standing shooting with a long arm gun,' 'kneeling shooting with a long barrel.'
  782. The match style (called 'bogutsuki karate') is one in which contestants are required to wear protective gear but are allowed to use direct attacks.
  783. The match style called 'full-contact' is one in which the contestants are allowed to use direct attacks.
  784. The match style called 'sundome,' or 'kime,' is one in which the contestants, as a general rule, should stop a punch before it hits the opponent's body deeper than his/her skin to prevent injury.
  785. The match with RAIDEN was held when Onogawa had passed his peak and was unable to win even once in Edo.
  786. The matchlock gun can kill or injure a target over a distance of 60 meters with effective range of about 90 meters.
  787. The material contained the genealogy of the sovereignty based on yet another older material, which may or may not be true.
  788. The material is Ushibuse sandstone produced in the vicinity, locally called Amabiki stone or Tako stone.
  789. The material is boiled down in a pot to about 140 degrees Celsius.
  790. The material is usually hard woods (such as box, yew, and ebony) and ivory.
  791. The material of 'jikuhashi' (the end of knobs on a cylindrical rod at the bottom) varies according to the subject of a painting; 'jikuhashi' made of wood is for 'nan ga' (paintings of Chinese origin), 'jikuhashi' made of metal or crystal is for 'butusu ga' (paintings of Buddha).
  792. The material of matogami is mainly paper, as its name represents, but vinyl ones have been developed recently and they have rapidly become popular especially in school kyudo because of some advantages such as durability.
  793. The material of the cloth was water-resistant hemp of good drainage.
  794. The material of those Gorinto is Anzangan rock (andesite) from Hakone or Manazuru.
  795. The material that could be easily obtained in Japan was plant related.
  796. The material used for high-grade instruments is koki (a kind of tree) (grown in India); there are also other kinds of sao made of rosewood or quince (grown in Southeast Asia including Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos).
  797. The material used for the empress's in ancient times clothing was often a red or blue textile.
  798. The material used is naturally-grown bamboo, so the internal diameter and thickness are all slightly different.
  799. The material used to make a Hichiriki flute is old, dried-up, and fragile bamboo.
  800. The materials and the styles
  801. The materials are mostly crepe, brocade for higher-class Samurais, and in the Meiji period a new material appeared which was made with Japanese paper.
  802. The materials are wooden, metals or ceramic, and so on.
  803. The materials for the upper layer of the Kondo were disassembled and in the phase that the ceiling boards between the first and upper layers were removed, it greeted the end of the war.
  804. The materials from Afontova Gora are those collected from the surface of the ground.
  805. The materials from the old buildings will be recycled and used to build or repair the Sessha (auxiliary shrine) and Massha (affiliated sub-shrines) inside the Jingu and other shrines across the country.
  806. The materials included in "Dai nihon komonjo" (The Archives in Japan) were complied by the Historiographical Institute at the University of Tokyo.
  807. The materials included in "Zoku-zoku gunsho ruiju" (A Sequel to the Classified Documents Continued).
  808. The materials of Nihonshoki are classified into historical materials which became the authority of contents and Chinese classic books (Sangokushi (Three Kingdom Saga), Kanjo, Gokanjo, Huainanzi (The Masters/Philosophers of Huainan) and so on) which became the authority on rhetoric.
  809. The materials of castle walls vary according to regions, times and degrees of construction techniques, for example, sun-dried bricks, burnt bricks, stones, wood and earth.
  810. The materials of kensui for Sado are earthenware, porcelain, magemono (wooden bucket), metal artifact, and so on.
  811. The maternal grandfather MINAMOTO no Motohira had already died before Imperial Prince Sanehito was born, so Imperial Prince Sanehito did not have a guardian.
  812. The maternal half-brothers of Prince Oousu were Prince Kushitsunowake and Prince Yamato Takeru, his twin brother.
  813. The maternal relative is a family member of the mother or the consort of the emperor or the king.
  814. The mathematical knowledge he learned in his youth was of great advantage to him in Western studies later.
  815. The mato is settled on the azuchi supported by a kogushi (also known as gogushi), a stick in a sasumata (weapon with a U-shaped metal prong attached to the end of a wooden stick) shape.
  816. The matoe for tekichu-sei is triple black rings, the same pattern as kasumi-mato for kinteki, and the one for tokuten-sei is the same as target archery (the size of a whole mato and the point allocation are different).
  817. The matsuri as Shinto ritual basically has a bilateral character of solemn scene and joyous scene, and in the solemn scene, people are required to keep traditions and order more strictly than usual.
  818. The matsuri symbolizes a space of extraordinariness, 'hare and ke' (sacred-profane dichotomy), in the folklore.
  819. The matter of coffee grounds disposal had already become a concern in the 1970s when environmental pollution became an issue as a social problem and effective usage has been searched for until today.
  820. The matter of other appointments of Japanese as officials in the areas of finance, policing and technology shall be set down by a later agreement.
  821. The matter of successor in the Oda family was the major point at the conference.
  822. The matter was resolved by paying compensation.
  823. The matter was settled when they turned out to be from Taiwan in fact.
  824. The matured dough is molded into cylindrical shape or tape shape with a diameter of 1.7mm or more.
  825. The matured fruit is called 'soshi' and are used in treatment for cough, bronchial asthma, constipation and so on.
  826. The mausoleum hall was later demolished due to internal discord but was reconstructed by the 3rd head priest Kakunyo and named Senshu-ji Temple before going on to be renamed Hongan-ji Temple.
  827. The mausoleum hall was relocated to Nishi-otani, Higashiyama Gojozaka at the beginning of the Edo period to become what is today 'Otani Honbyo.'
  828. The mausoleum has a circular-shaped mound on a square base, and a side of the square is about 60 meters long, and the top of the mound is 6.3 meters high.
  829. The mausoleum has a circular-shaped mound on a square base, which is said to have been modeled after the ancient style, and the mausoleum hill is covered with pebbles.
  830. The mausoleum has the shape of a hill.
  831. The mausoleum is close to Okunoin cemetery of Mt. Koya.
  832. The mausoleum is estimated as Kitahanauchi Otsuka kofun (tumulus) (large keyhole-shaped tomb mound, the entire length 90 meters) in Kitahanauchi, Katsuragi City, Nara Prefecture.
  833. The mausoleum is identified as Kojo-ichigo-fun (literally, old castle No.1 tumulus) at 4-chome, Horai, Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
  834. The mausoleum is identified as Nenbutsujiyama-kofun Tumulus (about 100-meter-long keyhole-shaped burial mound) in Aburasaka Town, Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
  835. The mausoleum is identified as Nishiura Shiraga-yama kofun Tumulus (a keyhole-shaped mound of 112 meters in the total length) which is located in 6-chome, Nishiura, Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture.
  836. The mausoleum is identified as the first to third mounds of Nakayamazuka-kofun Tumulus (two round and one keyhole-shaped burial mounds) in Ishikawa Town, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture.
  837. The mausoleum is identified with Kokufu Ichinomiya kofun (tumulus) (a large keyhole-shaped tumulus of 228 meters in the total length) located at 1-chome, Kokufu, Fujiidera City, Osaka Prefecture.
  838. The mausoleum is identified with a large keyhole-shaped tumulus located at Kitaimaichi, Kashiba City, Nara Prefecture.
  839. The mausoleum is located at Murakami no Misasagi, Uda no tani, Narutaki, in the Ukyo Ward of Kyoto City.
  840. The mausoleum is now identified as Sakiishizukayama-kofun Tumulus (218-meter-long keyhole-shaped burial mound) in Misasagi-cho, Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
  841. The mausoleum of Empress Inoue
  842. The mausoleum of Imperial Prince Nakano, prince of the Emperor Kanmu (a large keyhole-shaped tomb mound built in the sixth century)
  843. The mausoleum of Kobo Daishi in Koyasan Oku no in (inner temple) is the origin of the religious belief.
  844. The mausoleum of Nobunaga ODA and his son': The Shingosan Sofuku-ji Temple in Gifu City, Gifu Prefecture
  845. The mausoleum of the separated ashes of Lord Nobunaga ODA': The Takaokasan Zuiryu-ji Temple in Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture
  846. The mausoleum was robbed and most of the funerary goods were taken away in 1235.
  847. The mausoleums are currently divided into five different locations throughout the country, and the following offices of Imperial Household Archives administer the mausoleums.
  848. The maximum boat size is 10 meters in total length, 7 meters in body length, 2.5 meters in width, and 3.5 meters in height.
  849. The maximum kosa density ever observed in Japan was 0.79 mg per cubic meter (790?g per cubic meter) in 2002, although the value is to be used only as a reference, because it actually is a density value of suspended particulate matter (SPM) including kosa.
  850. The maximum number of appearances in "Koreyori Sanyaku" is 58 by Koyo MUSASHIMARU, the maximum number of wins in it is 40 by Koki TAIHO, and the maximum number of losses in it is 34 by Ryuji CHIYOTAIKAI.
  851. The maximum number of days was restored to the original amount after the death of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro, but in 796 it was reduced by half.
  852. The maximum number of guests are five and requires three to five hours.
  853. The maximum number of seats is slightly more than 200.
  854. The maximum speed : 85 km/h
  855. The maximum speed in business operation is 140 miles/h (225 km/h) on the HS1 line and 70 miles/h (112 km/h) on existing railway lines, with 170-mph (275-km/h) operations aimed at in the future.
  856. The maximum speed of Shinkansen remained at 210 km/h for a long time.
  857. The maximum speed of regular train lines, on the other hand, is set at approximately 120 - 130 kilometers per hour for major lines, except for only a few lines on which some trains are operated at 160 kilometers per hour maximum.
  858. The maximum speed of this train reached 120 km/h or more, far exceeding the trains of JGR whose maximum speed was 95 km/h.
  859. The maximum speed remained at 100 km/h or less from the 1910s to 1950s.
  860. The maximum speed was increased from 105 km/h to 110 km/h.
  861. The maximum speeds of high-speed railway lines in the world
  862. The maximum storage life over which the flavor is retained is six months.
  863. The maximum train speed is 110 km/h in double-track sections, or 95 km/h in other sections.
  864. The mayor is Kaname KIMURA.
  865. The meal is very simple or simplified.
  866. The meals served in the theater tea rooms were part of the attraction of watching the theater and on these days people from all walks of life from commoners to feudal lords dined lavishly, enjoying the specialty cuisine of each tea room.
  867. The mean value of fiscal year 2005 was 2 -3 mg/l in Aso-kai and 1 -1.5 mg/l in Miyazu Bay, both of which tend to increase year by year.
  868. The meanderings of the rivers are considered to be traces of the stream which had been formed on the upheaval semi-plains.
  869. The meaning 'wabi,' the noun form of the verb 'wabu,' is better understood from its adjective form 'wabishii' (wretched); that is, it means 'an inferior state as opposite to splendor.'
  870. The meaning contained in the mark is that it represents the rivalry of the functions of the five elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, and water) in Onmyo-gogyo-setsu (The Theory of Five Elements), which formed the basis of Onmyodo.
  871. The meaning has faded away today, and more and more people believe 'the bigger the explosion is, the better' just like Chinese firecrackers at the lunar New Year which are causing problems in China.
  872. The meaning is almost the same as 'the succession to the Throne' to pass the position of Emperor, or 'the succession to the Emperor,' which are the words used in overseas countries.
  873. The meaning of "haba" is unknown, although prevailing theories state that the word means "big for a feather" or "a large snake."
  874. The meaning of "pagoda" differs according to whether there is only one pagoda, there are two pagodas placed in the east and west, or whether pagodas are positioned within or outside of corridors.
  875. The meaning of 'Jingusan' is not known exactly but some research indicates that it may be the name of 'Watatsumi no kami' (tutelary of the sea).
  876. The meaning of 'Yo' in Joyo City is almost synonymous with 'the south,' however, it has other meanings beside the direction; this city name is characterized by the multiple meanings of 'Yo.'
  877. The meaning of 'bunjinga' is also different from that in China, and it indicates simply a style of painting.
  878. The meaning of 'family cooperation' had been unclear, because only simple acknowledgments were expressed in the foreword to "Genji monogatari taisei," so it was not known who cooperated with him and what help was given concretely.
  879. The meaning of 'iki' is often overinterpreted in the modern period, and it is often used without recognition of its precise meaning, like being abused in fashion magazines, etc.
  880. The meaning of ????? is usually explained as follows.
  881. The meaning of Haikomei
  882. The meaning of Tango.
  883. The meaning of Yumiya
  884. The meaning of hoben is stated as above.
  885. The meaning of inscription and others
  886. The meaning of it is different depending on the sect or the sutra.
  887. The meaning of kannabi
  888. The meaning of muhon
  889. The meaning of praising a deity, praying for a good harvest or health, or blowing away evils is contained.
  890. The meaning of the Japanese kanji used for the 'Kakki' part of 'Kakkien' is 'even in a life apart from the real world, we know the subtleties of human nature'.
  891. The meaning of the hoyo of kinichi and nenki is to hope that the pious act of tsuizen (ceremony as a memorial) kuyo held by the bereaved may provide help for the dead at the judgment.
  892. The meaning of the incident
  893. The meaning of the letter Zen is to enshrine heaven, mountains and rives, give and present or open.
  894. The meaning of the name
  895. The meaning of the post was to 'do justice.'
  896. The meaning of the surrender of the Edo-jo Castle
  897. The meaning of the term 'chugu' is a 'residence of an empress'.
  898. The meaning of the term did not change significantly from then until today, and the term "lao bai xing" in modern Chinese indicates common people.
  899. The meaning of the term varies across the ages.
  900. The meaning of the waka poem: Although Japanese roses bloom seven and eightfold of flowers, they never bear even a single fruit, that is a funny thing to understand. (Goshui wakashu #1154)
  901. The meaning of the word "Shosoin"
  902. The meaning of the word changed to mean the government office.
  903. The meaning of this gesture for Americans and Europeans corresponds to that of a gesture to 'hiss' an animal away for the Japanese.)
  904. The meaning of three legs
  905. The meaning of tokoyo (eternal night) was assumed to be associated with a border between day and night like evening, and it was called 'Omagadoki' (twilight hour).
  906. The meaning represented by these 21 statues has been explained as a Karma Mandala based on the Ninnogyo sutra, or as a fusion of the Ninnogyo and the Kongokaiho, but there is no agreement among the various interpretations of the true meaning intended by Kukai.
  907. The meanings of "cultural properties" are as follows:
  908. The meanings of 'saddharmapundariika-suutra' are as follows: sad means 'right,' 'strange' and 'good'; dharma means 'teaching' and 'truth'; pundarika means '因果倶時 and pure white lotus'; and suutra means 'a sutra that Buddha preached.'
  909. The meanings of Kannagi varies depending on the Chinese characters and according to Japanese mythology.
  910. The means for acquisition of materials other than by deposit are by gift, purchase and the international exchange of publications.
  911. The measure of 'Dai' is based on precepts of Jodo Shinshu Sect, suggesting the strong linkage between kin butsudan altar and Jodo Shinshu Sect.
  912. The measures such as semiautomatic doors for cool regions were primarily intended in view of operation on the Kosei Line.
  913. The measures taken at the time include Sanze isshin no hou (the law to assure the possession of the reclaimed land for three generation) issued in 723.
  914. The measures taken by the Sotoku-fu included the land registry readjustment, issuing of public bonds, formulation of standard currency and weights and measures systems as well as financial reforms by introducing monopoly system and local tax system.
  915. The measures to be especially noted were measures against opium.
  916. The measuring box type
  917. The meat includes muscles and internal organs of whales, and fat layers specific to whales.
  918. The meat is removed from the heat after some time, allowed to cool, and is heated again if the meat is still soft the next day.
  919. The meat is sometimes sliced for eating.
  920. The meat of awabi salt-cured, stewed and dried is called 'mingbao' and used in Chinese cuisine.
  921. The meat or fish is chopped into 1 to 2-cm cubes and topped with herbs or miso.
  922. The meat price has risen considerably in comparison with that in the golden age of commercial whaling, and the steep rise has sometimes been disputed in relation to the problem of whaling.
  923. The mechanism of the goryakuso itself died out as the ritsuryo system faded.
  924. The mechanism which makes the arm move slowly at the rate of pulling the trigger to ignite the priming in the flashpan is called 'gradual discharge.'
  925. The mechanization and the increasing size of the bow
  926. The medals for merit in Japan will be described in detail below.
  927. The mediation of the Zen sect is classified into the four categories.
  928. The medical doctor Toan MATSUYAMA, a graduate of Keio Gijuku, became the headmaster.
  929. The medicinal-herb garden was managed by Yakuenshi (an official in charge of managing the medicinal-herb garden) of Tenyakuryo, also it is considered that the shortfall was compensated by nenryozoyaku (medicinal herb contributed to the central government) collected from every corner of the country.
  930. The medicine prescribed by the physician seemed to make Sanman better, but after a temporary recovery, she died in July at the young age of 14.
  931. The medicine should be taken with warmed Japanese sake, instead of water.
  932. The medieval Japan-Korea trade was limited trade, and only the recipients of copper seals called toso (tosho in Japanese) were allowed to have diplomatic relations with the Yi dynasty.
  933. The medieval city of Sakai was prepared for defense by being surrounded by a moat 3m deep and 10m wide on three sides and a wooden door.
  934. The medieval period
  935. The medieval period.
  936. The medieval trade between Japan and Korea consisted of three trading styles: shinjo (courtesy visits with gifts) by trading envoys and kaishi (luxurious return gifts), the public trade by the Korean Dynasty, and private trade by Japanese and Korean merchants.
  937. The medium level was a case of making an attack and taking hostages, or a case of disobedience leading a prescribed number of people (one hundred in Tang Ritsuryo Code and 10 in Yoro Code) which did not occupy the castle, regardless of whether there was an attack or not.
  938. The meeting at the palace of the retired emperor
  939. The meeting between Katsu and Saigo
  940. The meeting ceremony was conducted when the master-servant relationship was established or confirmed, and was one of events considered important by not only samurai families but also the shogun who was the head of the samurai.
  941. The meeting members consisted of former Prime Ministers and the Chairmen of the Privy Council of Japan.
  942. The meeting of rock and Seibu-Kodo Hall can be traced back to when they started their activities at their remaining base, Seibu-Kodo Hall, after fall of the clock tower and destruction of Hyakumanben Quarter liberated zone of Imadegawa (in September).
  943. The meeting place of the Jin no Sadame later moved to the konro (roofed corridor with open sides) joined to Shishinden Hall.
  944. The meeting place of the Sakaiminamisho region has been determined through excavations etc. and is assumed to have been at the Nenbutsu-ji Temple (abolished temple) on the precincts of Aguchi-jinja Shrine.
  945. The meeting was held from July 29th to August 2nd.
  946. The meeting which is regarded as the first Kangakue was held at Getsurin-ji Temple (an abolished temple, around present-day Manshu-in Temple) at the western foot of Mt. Hiei, or at Shinrin-ji Temple (abolished temple) which stood nearby.
  947. The meetings were held frequently until the end of the Pacific War.
  948. The meharizushi is known for ekiben (a box lunch sold on a train or at a station) specific to Shingu Station.
  949. The mellowed and mild kata (standard form of a movement) is preferred in the school.
  950. The melodizing especially in Kangien in Hita or Shoheiko in Edo was spread across Japan by many disciples.
  951. The melody of Shomyo is complicated and has to be learned by heart and especially for Shinnyu it is a very hard work.
  952. The melody of the song is based on the intonation of the dialect in Kansai, where jiuta originally developed.
  953. The member on his side rushed to save him by inches.
  954. The members
  955. The members differ according to times.
  956. The members in the battle were given reward grants from the Aizu Clan, including Sanosuke HARADA who was given 20 ryo (current unit).
  957. The members in this post, together with those in the other two bugyo posts were also members of Hyojosho (the conference chamber), and were also concerned with affairs in the bakufu government.
  958. The members lodged at that time included Kamo SERIZAWA, Isami KONDO and Toshizo HIJIKATA, who later formed the Mibu-Roshigumi.
  959. The members of Goryo-eji who survived thereafter joined the Sekihotai Army, forming the second unit.
  960. The members of Kaibogakari, including Nariaki TOKUGAWA, submitted coastal defense measures actively to the bakufu.
  961. The members of Moriya's families escaped to Ashihara, and some changed their names while others were missing.
  962. The members of Sakanoue clan
  963. The members of Shin Manga ha Shudan were characterized by drawing not with a brush but with a pen and their style was mainly Japan's own nonsense comics which was inspired by western nonsense comics.
  964. The members of Shushi Kyoyokukai, who studied the ancient history of Japan and Kiichi OGAWA, an Army Major General and others participated in it.
  965. The members of Yoshiie's roto (retainer)
  966. The members of construction were called councilor of the senate.
  967. The members of imperial family who received the treatment of Daijo tenno without ascending the throne.
  968. The members of prefectural assemblies were elected only by well-to-do men who were allowed to vote.
  969. The members of the "Rusu-seifu" mainly reformed the educational system, the land-tax system, the conscription ordinance, the calendar (they adopted the Gregorian Calendar), the administration of justice, and introduced rules allowing freedom of hairstyle and banning the carrying of swords.
  970. The members of the Alumni Club were so enthusiastic that the city councilor Kozaburo HASHIMOTO and the lawyer Shigetaro IKEDA even went to Taiwan as representatives of the club to persuade him to accept the post.
  971. The members of the Goken Sanpa led by KATO and others organized a vigorous campaign to gather popular support by addressing to the public at rallies they held in the Kansai Region to call for a constitutional government.
  972. The members of the Hiki family were astonished to know that Yoshikazu was murdered.
  973. The members of the Imperial Family at that time were usually named after their guardians, most of the time their menoto (wet nurse), and we can assume that Ichishihime no Okimi was dependent of the Ichishi no kimi clan (later Sukune [the third highest of the eight hereditary titles]) which emerged in Ichishi County, Ise Province.
  974. The members of the Meiji government which was established by the collapse of the Edo Shogunate were patriot of joi (principle of excluding foreigners) group of Imperial court, Satsuma-han, Choshu-han which supported anti-foreigner policy.
  975. The members of the Roshigumi who remained at the Mibu village called themselves Mibu-Roshigumi, and later formed the Shinsengumi.
  976. The members of the Sakanoue clan with unknown lineage
  977. The members of the Shogitai gathered on Ueno Mountain.
  978. The members of the Sodosha group included Shohachi KIMURA, Hitoshi SEIMIYA and Kazumasa NAKAGAWA.
  979. The members of the Suzuki clan extended all over Japan as Shinto priests, through the kanjin (solicitation campaigns) of Kumano-jinja Shrine, and using the maritime traffic on the Pacific Ocean side with Kumano as its base,
  980. The members of the family played the central roles at the Imperial Court of Emperor Meiji: Tomomi IWAKURA became Udaijin (minister of the right) and Yasutaka HORIKAWA held Jiju.
  981. The members of the family successively called themselves Ichiroemon or Genemon.
  982. The members of the final jury, consisting of directors and many other people in the film industry, are selected anew each year.
  983. The members of the imperial household who were related to Emperor Tenmu were successively purged due to a power struggle, but Kiyomi and Ochi survived.
  984. The members of the mission were leading figures of the time such as Tomomi IWAKURA, Takayoshi KIDO, Toshimichi OKUBO, Hirobumi ITO, Naoyoshi YAMAGUCHI, Takayuki SASAKI, Akiyoshi YAMADA, Mitsuaki TANAKA, Fujimaro TANAKA and so on.
  985. The members of the soson associated with one another based on equality and community.
  986. The members of those Kawakatsu clans served governments of domains in important positions such as Karo (Chief retainer).
  987. The members of yoriaishu during the Kenji era (1275 - 1278) included TAIRA no Yoritsuna and Shinsho SUWA, who were miuchibito, civil officer Yasuari MIYOSHI, and Yasumori, who was the only shogunal retainer among them.
  988. The members reached a consensus that they would play an active part in Umewaka-ryu school after the meeting.
  989. The members then made speeches in front of Hino Post Office expressing their objections to the 'deportation of Koreans', 'Japan's becoming a military base', etc.
  990. The members were Reiko OKABE, Kyoko FUJIKAWA, and Nana ROKUSHA.
  991. The members were scattered in Ki Province, Shinano Province, Sagami Province and so on.
  992. The members were the main force of Yoritomo's army including Yoshitoki HOJO, Yoshikane ASHIKAGA, Tsunetane CHIBA, Yoshizumi MIURA, Tomomitsu OYAMA, Tadatsune NITA, Yoshikazu HIKI, Yoshimori WADA, Shoshin TOSANOBO, and Tokage AMANO.
  993. The members who joined the group during the period from its foundation to the time the group was renamed the Shinsengumi.
  994. The members who sealed the pledge on this occasion were these eleven: Takasugi, Genzui KUSAKA, Yahachiro YAMATO, Kurata NAGAMINE, Monta SHIJI (Kaoru INOUE), Gozo MATSUSHIMA, Terajima, Mikinojo AKANE (Taketo AKANE), Yozo YAMAO, Yajiro SHINAGAWA, and Ariyoshi.
  995. The members' tomb will be called Kadaibyo and members will gather for a Nenbutsu meeting twice a year in spring and autumn.
  996. The membership is by succession.
  997. The membrane of the immature eggs is still soft and not suitable for this processing method, which is more suited to mature eggs.
  998. The memo indicating the details of those discussions was dated as July 29, 1905.
  999. The memorable first production after the establishment of Bando Tsumasaburo Productions was "Orochi" (Serpent), directed by Buntaro FUTAGAWA, originally scripted by Susukita and under Makino as the executive director.
  1000. The memorial festival to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the arrival of the Taira family was held in 2005.

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