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  1. As it removes fish smell, a bite of gari after eating a piece of sushi refreshes your tongue and you can enjoy the next piece.
  2. As it represents a womb in Egypt, it is said it had a sexual meaning.
  3. As it requires a long maturation period to bring out the flavor, when light alcohol is used, it is necessary to watch out for the growth of mold and rot.
  4. As it requires much time in making this Kuden, this is only used for quality Buddhist altars.
  5. As it resembles Katsuyama mage (a hair style with combs and pins) in its rounded ending, some people say that it is the original of Katsuyama mage.
  6. As it simply requires slicing and is fuss-free, it's often served for breakfast.
  7. As it stands on the Chinese side, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China put a stop on exports on July 11, 2007, because there was a problem with safety control in 41 food companies in China.
  8. As it stands, investigation has finally begun in an attempt to grasp the ritsuryo law holistically and to clarify its legal structure and characteristics, and on the clarification of the historical characteristics of a nation formed based on ritsuryo law.
  9. As it stood in Kitakoji Muromachi, it was also called Kitakojitei (Kitakoji residence).
  10. As it turned out, Terutora only gained control of a part of the northern edge of Shinano Province, and failed to regain former territories of Murakami clan and Takanashi clan.
  11. As it used to be owned by the Gansho-ji Temple (located in Aza Hongo, Hegoshi-cho, Okazaki City) it is called Anjo no Goei (written as 安城御影 (or 安静御影)).
  12. As it uses loose shirabeo (a set of ropes used for Kotsuzumi [a small hand drum], Otsuzumi [a large hand drum] and Shime-daiko [a rope-tuned drum]) and its tone quality is soft, it is difficult to distinguish the tone of "po" from the tone of "pu."
  13. As it uses sugar and soy sauce as its main ingredients, it spoils easily, so after opening it, one should keep it in a cool, dark place and use it up as soon as possible.
  14. As it was 12,000 ri from Daifang Commandery to the queen's state and it was already 10,500 ri to the state of Ito, which is presumed to have been in Fukuoka Prefecture, the location of Yamatai is supposed not to have been outside Kyushu with just 1,500 ri to go.
  15. As it was a crucial government post for the military aristocracy, Shigemori was appointed to this position after the Heiji-no-ran War.
  16. As it was a custom to add a Dutch translation to an official document in Japan, he took the advantage of the job to learn English by comparing English with Dutch of the documents.
  17. As it was a good horse, it was taken away by TAIRA no Munemori.
  18. As it was a mage for young men, it was done up, while leaving bangs as they were, through the process of either making a very narrow sakayaki (shaved part of the forehead) or not making it, tying the hair of the back of the head utilizing a flat braid and loosening the tip of hair.
  19. As it was a war between different cultures, however, commanders of Ming and Korea devoted themselves to the tact of holding the castle involving common people and, in many cases, they chose the fall of the castle involving common people rather than bloodless surrender of a defense general.
  20. As it was an inland earthquake, Shiga Prefecture and Gifu Prefecture were hit the most serious damages.
  21. As it was called 'court rank and order of merit,' the order was bestowed according to the recipient's court rank.
  22. As it was circulated almost all over Asia, it greatly affected the economic situation of the time.
  23. As it was decided that the national uniform was full dress by the National Uniform Edict, men wore the national full dress uniform at wedding ceremonies as a bridegroom or when attending a funeral ceremony.
  24. As it was defined in Kujigata-osadamegaki (the law of Edo bakufu) that 連判証文有之諸請負徳用割合請取候定・芝居木戸銭・無尽金, nakamagoto referred to suits concerning profit-sharing inside a group such as joint enterprise, mutual loan association, admission of play, fee of prostitute and so on.
  25. As it was easy to visually confirm the health condition by viewing excrement, the lavatories for the imperial family or high-ranking samurais were pullout and those who monitored their health could check the excrement downstairs.
  26. As it was edited from the standpoint of the Hojo clan of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and is close to an official history, it is used along with and to complement "Gyokuyo," which was described as a diary of a person on the Royal Court side.
  27. As it was forced to leave the capital once again, the Court Onmyodo temporarily discontinued.
  28. As it was in the mountains where the transportation system was inconvenient and so the fire fighting was difficult, the principal image, the standing statue of Senju Kannon, which had been designated as an important cultural property, was also burnt down.
  29. As it was not described in "Bankoku Koho" what was the original text, it cannot be identified clearly.
  30. As it was not worth its face value (100 Kanei-tsuho [coins first minted in 1636 of Kanrei era]) at all in terms of weight, it brought about economic confusion and forging became common.
  31. As it was on the site of the former Fukuden-ji Temple, the mausoleum was called Fukuden-ji Mausoleum in the early-modern times.
  32. As it was once written as '泰安' (taian), the reading 'taian' is the original reading.
  33. As it was previously mentioned, the contents are quite different from those of Kojiki.
  34. As it was prior to Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures), Jingikan did not have power to execute administration to localities (domains were substantially independent states).
  35. As it was produced in limited areas and on a small scale Haliotis gigantea was actually believed to be the female of Nordotis discus.
  36. As it was rumored that a citizens' rally about a rice price issue was held in Tsuruma Park of Nagoya City on the night of the 10th, approximately 20,000 people gathered there.
  37. As it was stated earlier, these were actions that were not tolerated.
  38. As it was the time when Yoshinobu was confined in Toko-ji Temple (Yamanashi Prefecture), there is a view that Sanjo no kata dedicated Yoshinobu's akagawa gusoku.
  39. As it was very easy to serve as military food because it used the same ingredients as Navy curry (capable of limiting the number of items to supply), it became a regular meal in the Navy.
  40. As its altitude is low and there are villages near the pass both on Fukui Prefecture side and on Kyoto Prefecture side, it doesn't look like a normal pass of country hill.
  41. As its another name, "Ichi no kami" (the chief administer) indicated, it was like the head of Taikaku (cabinet) that oversaw all functions of Daijokan.
  42. As its appellation suggests, the tumulus is located on the precincts of Kumano-jinja Shrine in Fuchu City, north of its main hall.
  43. As its characteristic, it was rather a culture of ordinary people, however, besides townsmen, samurai or worriers class also led Genroku culture.
  44. As its contents overlaps with that of "Bankoku Koho," it will be described later.
  45. As its copyright protection period is assumed to have passed, today public-domain DVD is on sale (it is possible to be requested to stop sales since less than thirty-eight years have passed after the director died).
  46. As its corroborating evidence, Seki indicated that ABE no Yoritoki is called "Daibu" (a common name of those who had been granted Goi [Fifth Rank] as an official rank) in "Mutsu Waki" (A Record of Mutsu, or A Chronicle of the Earlier Nine Years' War).
  47. As its direct result, Yukisada NIKAIDO was dismissed from Mandokoro Shitsuji in October in the same year.
  48. As its engine was damaged during World War Ⅱ because of the use of substitute fuel (firewood gas), it was used as a substitute for a passenger car.
  49. As its first film, 'Yamamoto Pro' produced "Sohaku no Kenshi" starring YAMAMOTO.
  50. As its history shows, obidome was originally an accessory on casual kimono, therefore, using obidome on formal occasions such as a wedding or funeral ceremony was strictly prohibited
  51. As its hot spring district is small and baths for recuperation are set in each hotel room, its atmosphere resembles to that of hot springs for toji in Japan.
  52. As its major foreign policies, the Toyo Jiyuto declared to Asian nations that Japan would become a leader of the reform movement throughout Asia, while it declared its hard-line foreign policy toward the allied Western powers.
  53. As its mascot is 'Mukorin Mucchi,' a race named after the character, called the 'Mukorin Mucchi Prize,' is also held.
  54. As its material, black hemp cloth is used.
  55. As its name (literally "bridge end") suggests, Hashimoto Station is located at an end of a former bridge (Yamazaki-bashi Bridge) crossing the Yodo-gawa River; after the bridge was lost, there was a ferry service running between Hashimoto and Yamazaki, which operated until 1962.
  56. As its name indicates, because of the colorful body it is used as a stuffed specimen for ornamental purpose rather than for food for the table.
  57. As its name represents, this Chishiki-ji Temple was built with money raised by the Chishiki group (a group of people who had the same faith), who solicited contributions, and this system was reflected in the process to found Todai-ji Temple.
  58. As its name suggests, Daiankokuten is a Goho zenjin (good deity that protects dharma) with a blue-black body and angry countenance.
  59. As its name suggests, Miyanomae Haiji is no longer used as a Buddhist temple, and it is located in the precinct of the shrine.
  60. As its name suggests, chawan is a bowl for drinking tea and also called yunomi (drinking hot water) or yunomichawan (bowl for drinking hot water).
  61. As its name suggests, it has been an important point of water transport of Lake Biwa.
  62. As its name suggests, it often has a similar shape to tokkuri for sake or soy sauce.
  63. As its name suggests, shichimi togarashi is made of seven ingredients based primarily on chili pepper.
  64. As its name suggests, the futaba-aoi generally has two leaves.
  65. As its name suggests, this god is in charge of water distribution.
  66. As its name suggests, this is the nearest station to Ninna-ji Temple, a World Heritage site, and the Nio-mon Gate, its temple gate, can be seen from the station.
  67. As its name suggests, this series was supposed to be completed with the original thirty-six at first; however, because of its popularity, ten more were added, and it came to forty-six in total.
  68. As its name suggests, total 804 poems (216 waka poems and 588 Chinese-style poems (including those composed by Japanese)) are contained.
  69. As its possible causes, earthquakes occurring frequently and resistance from the opposition power are pointed out, but the main cause that forced them to abandon even the Great Buddha under construction is not well known.
  70. As its reason, he points out the fact that in the era of Emperor Tenchi, when "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) was written, there were law amendments but no institution of a new law.
  71. As its remains, horizontal trenches are dug on the slopes of the mountain, and mud walls exist outside these trenches.
  72. As its rod became too old, its use was being suspended while its engine was reused for DB5L2.
  73. As its roots suggest, the word "samorafu" originally conveyed the meaning of carefully watching an opponent's actions; in fact, it was already used in the Nara period to communicate the idea of waiting close by to a nobleman on the lookout while awaiting instructions.
  74. As its school name showed, Kyoto Hosei School only had two departments at first - law department and politics department.
  75. As its straightaways are rather short, this track is mortar-shaped, but not as much as the Nara Keirin Velodrome.
  76. As jito ukedokoro with few exception were subjected to non-payment of land tax, samurai got more involved in shoen and koryo.
  77. As jori naming system was established, influencial people started to develop new rice fields according to jori so that they could claim their land ownership easier.
  78. As just described, it was assumed to be special places for the Imperial family and the Imperial court since it was approved as one province even though it had little farm land.
  79. As just described, their contents are Shinto ritualistic.
  80. As kabuki continued its internal discord, audiences in Osaka looked the other way and flocked to cinema, shinkigeki (new comedy) and popular song shows.
  81. As kan has a close relation with a seasonal temperature, it gave birth to regular annual events such as bekka (using separate fire for cooking).
  82. As kanji (a Chinese character used in Japanese writing) for "fundoshi" consists of a radical "衣" ("koromo" meaning "vesture") on the left-hand side and "軍" ("gun" meaning "military") on the right-hand side, a fundoshi loincloth traces back to battle dresses.
  83. As kankotaishi (literally, ambassador for sightseeing), Matsushima has 'Matsushima campaign lady,' Amanohashidate has 'Princess of Amanohashidate' and Miyajima has 'Miyajima sightseeing and goodwill ambassador,' and they play an active role together on the occasion of joint campaign for Nihon Sankei and so on.
  84. As kanzashi could be used as a weapon, it was prohibited to enter a bedroom while wearing it.
  85. As kanzashi made of bamboo were mainly used, it is said that the Chinese character 簪 came to be in use by adding take-kanmuri (top character of bamboo) and '曰' (a mark representing the word and deed of human beings) to 旡.
  86. As kanzukuri became the main method, sake brewing became restricted to winter and farmers became sake brewers as an extra job only during the winter, and toji worker groups began to form in each district.
  87. As karakasa (a monster of umbrella), a kind of apparition, was drawn as the one that has eyes, a nose, a mouth, hands and feet, apparitions of animals such as nekomata (mythical two-tailed cat) can be categorized into Tsukumogami as ones that acquired spirit (personality) due to their longevity.
  88. As karaoke became popular, CDs were made to include a karaoke version of the song.
  89. As kariginu are informal clothes, there was no restriction on the color or pattern of the clothes.
  90. As kata is applied to tournaments, it is expected that the completion degree of kata will be improved.
  91. As kigo (season-indicating words) for haiku poems, 'tsuchifuru' (also referred as 'bai,' dark sky due to dust), 'yonagumori' (dark sky due to dust) and 'baifu' (a strong wind flinging up sand) are used.
  92. As kin-za (an organization in charge of casting and appraising of gold during the Edo period) and gin-za concurrently took charge of mintage of coins after 1765, zeniza was established as a fixed guild and the bakufu strengthened the control of mintage and tried to homogenize coins.
  93. As known from the fact that the chief cook for nihon-ryori dishes is called "itamae" (literally, in front of a (cutting) board), there is a tendency for cooks to concentrate their efforts in cutting foodstuffs.
  94. As known from the name of Shugeishuchiin, it was also a comprehensive educational facility where every philosophy, science and art, including Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism, were taught.
  95. As known from these examples, white tabi are a symbol of purity so that they are treated differently from that of other kinds of tabi.
  96. As konacha is powdery, this tea can easily dissolve in water, and a strong tea of a vivid green color can be brewed.
  97. As kusamochi or yomogimochi has become more popular, it is increasingly available at many grocery stores.
  98. As lady Akashi's daughter is taken in by Genji, Lady Akashi experiences a sad separation from her daughter at the second house in Oi.
  99. As leader of the group he had a reputation and, besides directing the Kujo family in poetry matters, he produced a number of outstanding poets: commencing with his son Teika, his students included Jakuren and FUJIWARA no Ietaka etc.
  100. As leaders of the social movement were arrested all together, socialists got upset and rebelled against the police.
  101. As legend goes, it was danced to pray for rain and was believed to be effective.
  102. As legend goes, the origin of this event is that Eison dedicated tea to Chinju-Hachimangu Shrine of Saidai-ji Temple and entertained visitors with tea that had been offered.
  103. As legend has it, Mimitsu is known as where Emperor Jinmu set off for his expedition to the east.
  104. As legend has it, Motonari buried a stone monument engraved with 'Hyakuman Isshin" instead of a human sacrifice when he built Yoshida Koriyama Castle.
  105. As legend has it, he became a vengeful spirit.
  106. As limiting the variety of dishes served makes cooking more efficient, teishoku are usually cheaper than buying the dishes alone, and are therefore very popular with students and company employees.
  107. As local legend goes, it was possible to enter the stone chambers until the mound partly collapsed at the Great Kanto Earthquake.
  108. As located next to Nara Park, Mt. Wakakusa has many dears, too.
  109. As long as Komainu are in the shape of Shishi (liondog), the one that has mane is no doubt male.
  110. As long as it is not confused with retro or kitsch, something that is yabo never receives positive aesthetic evaluation.
  111. As long as manual cultivation remained, there was no need to reorganize existing chiwari.
  112. As long as the rules are followed, anyone is allowed to practice kakegoe.
  113. As long as the total amount of current account and the capital account is balanced, the amount of domestic gold will not fluctuate and international balance of payment will become equilibrium.
  114. As long as they are wet they can crawl up a vertical surface by wriggling their bodies.
  115. As long as you are in a position of a temporal visitor to this world, speaking of likes and dislikes is not worth mentioning.
  116. As lord of Konohama Castle and one of the 'The Two Fuji of the Rokkaku Clans,' the other half being the Goto clan (the kanji for "do" and "to" in "Shindo" and "Goto" are the same, and may be read as "fuji," meaning wisteria) he was an important man.
  117. As low-salt food or westernized diets are getting popular, domestic soy-sauce consumption tends to be on the decrease.
  118. As lucky words and phrases or words of warning were carved on the seals, it is called kitsugoin (seal engraved auspicious words or phrases).
  119. As main works, genealogy of Enchin, admittance to Tang, manuscript in his own hand, Buddhist scriptures obtained from Tang and so on.
  120. As major examples, stories that a woman who changed into Oni out of jealousy are introduced in 'Kanawa' and 'Momijigari (Noh)' in Noh.
  121. As major stars rise around the top of the sky around 1 am, it is the best time to view the Milky Way, Kengyusei and Shokujosei.
  122. As many as 1000 kinds of Mokkatsuji-ban are extant.
  123. As many as 1300 priests and laity had been enlightened.
  124. As many as 150 stake marks of irregular circles protruding into one direction were found on the ground, each of which measures 3m in diameter and 1.5m in depth.
  125. As many as 243 musical compositions had been handed down from generation to generation in the Gi clan.
  126. As many as 3,600 soldiers including Takenori AKASHI, Kanesuke SUSUKIDA and others, who arrived later, fought the Tokugawa army that passed Komatsuyama, and Kanesuke SUSUKIDA and others were killed.
  127. As many as 339 people were arrested at last, this was 'the largest suppression after Ansei no Taigoku (suppression of extremists by the Shogunate).'
  128. As many as 400 thousands people visit to see Yoiyama every year, which is the biggest highlight of the Gion Matsuri Festival.
  129. As many as 41 plays that hadn't been performed for a long time were revived during Tsunayoshi's time.
  130. As many as 6,403 persons of the government army and as many as 6,765 persons of Saigo's forces died, respectively, in Seinan War.
  131. As many as 92 splendid burial goods in all were found from inside.
  132. As many as more than ten persons were sometimes appointed to the post, but ordinarily this term was used for indicating the head of these karo.
  133. As many books titled with the word 'bankoku koho' were published other than above examples from the end of the Edo period to the early Meiji period, significance of "Bankoku Koho" can be seen.
  134. As many commercial goods are bought as gifts, the active during this period is often called the seibo sales battle or the oseibo sales battle.
  135. As many fans of professional wrestling as well as people of the mass media specialized in professional wrestling do not support, opportunities for the activities of such style wrestling are quite limited at present.
  136. As many fish bones have been excavated from the ruins of this era, it can be seen that people in this period caught and ate seafood.
  137. As many funeral halls and crematories are closed on the day of tomobiki, however, even the believers of Jodo Shinshu Sect rarely hold funerals on the day of tomobiki (practically, it is impossible to hold the final service for the dead).
  138. As many gengo exist, critics point out that the Japanese calendar is unpractical for the following reasons:
  139. As many high-ranked disciples became independent, declared themselves to be headmasters and established a school, some have a nation-wide organization and others are very small-scale schools.
  140. As many mounds including Tenjinyama kofun, the biggest kofun in the eastern Japan, are found in this area, there might have been a big country different from the Yamato Kingdom.
  141. As many nurishi lived in front of Hokai-mon Gate at that time and their works were called 'Hokaimon nuri,' he is believed to have been one of them.
  142. As many of those Tenshu were constructed on the ancient foundations, foundation stones were moved and stone walls were rebuilt.
  143. As many officials including Kugyo died of infectious disease in 995, many persons belonged to the group of FUJIWARA no Michinaga, who became the new head of the Government, were appointed to new posts as the replacement of those who died.
  144. As many other novels and TV dramas called "Taiheiki" were made after World War II, some people call it "the classic Taiheiki" in order to avoid ambiguity.
  145. As many passengers had used it between Tokyo and Nagoya, December 3, 1969, they began Nagoya route bus service ('Dream Nagoya-go' at present) and Kyoto route bus quit stopping at Nagoya.
  146. As many people like to eat '膾と炙' (namasu and "aburi" (broiled meat)), this meant it spread and became popular among many people.
  147. As many people start shigin as a hobby when old, those who do shigin do not have youthful image.
  148. As materials for high grade juzu, crystal with gold line (rutile quartz), feicui (Burma feicui), ivory, lapis lazuli and Bo tree, and so on, are used.
  149. As maturing progresses, the color changes to dark brown or some gets a slight greenish tint.
  150. As may be expected from a someone who created program pictures during the golden age of Japanese cinema, the number of films in which he participated was huge compared to other famous directors of his generation.
  151. As meaningful descriptions, nagi is also described as '和ぎ, 凪, 薙ぎ.'
  152. As measures against cars, business operations and civilian sectors, emissions from which tend to increase rather than decrease, the introduction of environmental taxes has been under consideration recently.
  153. As members of the Pana-Wave Laboratory were dressed in white from head to toe in 2003, media called them 'Shiro Shozoku Army' in order to emphasize their uniqueness.
  154. As menoto of Emperor Horikawa and Emperor Toba, she had latent powers in the political world, however on May 11 1121, she died at the age of 62.
  155. As mentioned above in descriptive historical data like that of "Tale of Heiji," one theory is that his complaining about the differences in how the accomplishments of Yoshitomo and Kiyomori were rewarded was a cause of the fateful confrontation between the Minamoto clan and the Taira clan.
  156. As mentioned above, "Chronicles of Japan" suggests that Emperor Kinmei succeeded the enthronement after Emperor Senka, his older brother by a concubine, passed away.
  157. As mentioned above, "Sarugaku dangi" deals with Zeami's discourse about Noh performance in this period, that is, when he was 60 through 68.
  158. As mentioned above, Camp Fukuchiyama is located in Fukuchiyama City, where the seventh Infantry Regiment is stationed.
  159. As mentioned above, Ichimi-togarashi is generally used as a condiment for dishes such as udon.
  160. As mentioned above, Irotomesode is made of the cloth with a background color other than black.
  161. As mentioned above, Jizo Bosatsu is the Bosatsu who relieves the weakest people above everything else, so that he has been worshipped enormously since ancient times.
  162. As mentioned above, Ju-kyo was perfected by Koshi in the Spring and Autumn Period.
  163. As mentioned above, Korean stamps were valid after the take over of postal service by Japan and there is what is called combination covers, which have both Japanese and Korean stamps on the same envelope; they are prized among philatelists.
  164. As mentioned above, Nakagyo and Shimogyo Wards were the center of processing paper in Kyoto.
  165. As mentioned above, Nobunaga used this sign since he changed the name of Inokuchi to Gifu after the capture of Mino Province.
  166. As mentioned above, Okappiki were not formal constituent members of town magistrate's offices.
  167. As mentioned above, Shijokobuccho is identified with Ichijikinrinbuccho, where Shijoko is regarded as tathagata winning over deities in the heavenly bodies with its light and Ichijikinrin is regarded as tathagata decreeing the deities in the heavenly bodies.
  168. As mentioned above, Sotatsu's work used to be called 'Rough Shoreline' instead of 'Waves at Matsushima.'
  169. As mentioned above, Tomoari described not only the characteristics of each animal and plant in detail drew some illustrations.
  170. As mentioned above, Wang Longxi reformed his master Wang Yangming's theory of ryochi, specifically, he added the two meanings shown below.
  171. As mentioned above, a carbon tax does not aim at factories or the like, but intends to effectively drive the suppression of the emissions from private cars, civilian sectors and so on.
  172. As mentioned above, a fude works better the more it is used, and to this end it is important to know in how the fude is selected and washed.
  173. As mentioned above, a maneki-neko generally has either its right paw or its left paw raised.
  174. As mentioned above, a purchaser paints in an eye of a daruma doll after the fulfillment of some special wish; however, daruma dolls are charms and objects of worship that require 'eyes-opening' (spiritual awakening) in the same manner as Buddhist images.
  175. As mentioned above, all plays of Zangirimono remaining today were written by Mokuami.
  176. As mentioned above, although this station is the JR facility nearest to Nagaoka Tenman-gu Shrine, the area around Nagaokatenjin Station of the Hankyu Kyoto Line is considered the central district of Nagaokakyo City and the density of buildings around this station is low.
  177. As mentioned above, assessments of the significance of this decree are divided.
  178. As mentioned above, at the beginning of the Six Dynasties, Bunjin became free a little from the bind of Confusian ethics model and tried to find a new sense of value in the thought of Taoism.
  179. As mentioned above, at the present day, it is generally believed that Zipangu told by Marco Polo referred to Japan, but there are some different opinions.
  180. As mentioned above, before the Edo period it was generally believed that the 'Sanju-Roppo' were not specifically identified, however, there have been several attempts to identify them after the end of Edo period.
  181. As mentioned above, buildings were thought to keep their 'purity' for about 20 years.
  182. As mentioned above, chodaigamae is a built-in ornamental doorway with a threshold raised by about one step from a tatami mat, and one step down from the kamoi lower than nageshi and placed four blue Fusuma-e (images painted on fusuma sliding door).
  183. As mentioned above, entries concerning statuses of the Emperor and of members of the Imperial family are registered in the Kotofu according to the Kotofu Rei, and thus the Family Registration Law is not applied to Emperors and members of the Imperial family.
  184. As mentioned above, even if it includes some episodes or modifications of the later times, there is an original text of "Gosannen Kassen Ekotoba" in the Jowa edition in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts which was written in the end of the Heian period.
  185. As mentioned above, few clans had only one Kamon and usually one clan had various Kamon.
  186. As mentioned above, for the capture of Chugoku region such as the battle at Miki, starving strategy of Tottori Castle and flooding Takamatsu Castle, he showed his real ability as 'Hideyoshi, an expert at assault of castle'.
  187. As mentioned above, from the end of middle ages to the early modern ages, the armed forces on the sea in Japan changed from independent kaizoku shu to suigun that was put under control of daimyo and incorporated into military force of public power on the sea.
  188. As mentioned above, gold was insufficient because a lot of gold had flowed outside the country since the end of the Edo period.
  189. As mentioned above, gotoku was often compared to the head a cow or its horns, as it is also suggested by the fact the some types of the shapes of the nail (kaeshi) and leg part of the gotoku are referred to as a cow.
  190. As mentioned above, he excelled when it came to creating what could be called typical Shochiku Kamata films which were cynical comedies incorporating wit.
  191. As mentioned above, he hated feudalism in which only the social standing of a family talks, as 'the enemy of my father.'
  192. As mentioned above, he is carrying money.
  193. As mentioned above, he is perceived as the guardian deity of Gion-shoja but he also is perceived as the suijaku (trace manifestation) of Yakushi-nyorai of Joruri-sekai (the realm known as Joruri or Pure Lapis Lazuli in the eastern quarter, Sk: Vaiduryanirbhasa).
  194. As mentioned above, he set a record of 58 consecutive wins which are still the third highest record ever, as of 2008, following Sadaji FUTABAYAMA with 69 wins and Kajinosuke TANIKAZE with 63 wins.
  195. As mentioned above, his name was changed into Saku-no-miya in 1691, but he passed away on June 7, 1692.
  196. As mentioned above, however, designating July 16 as 'the day when the Ekiben was first sold' is based on a document compiled after more than 70 years had passed.
  197. As mentioned above, however, in practice it often means the latter since the distinction between ujigami and ubusunagami was lost.
  198. As mentioned above, in and after the 2006 professional official games were not held, and as the bottlenecks, and the stand is small, the capacity is only 20,000 people, and moreover the facilities are aging and have many flaws.
  199. As mentioned above, in the Revelation it is described that a major war and natural disasters will occur after the signs.
  200. As mentioned above, it is assumed that nine cultural regions were established in the Japanese archipelago by the early Jomon period.
  201. As mentioned above, it is controversial whether usurpation of the imperial throne did happen or it was just aimed.
  202. As mentioned above, it is guessed that Nihonshoki was compiled by two groups.
  203. As mentioned above, it is impossible that Nobushige said 'Yukimura' instead of 'Nobushige' because the Yukimura name was created later, so it seems to be a dramatization of later generations.
  204. As mentioned above, it is said that many soldiers of those who stopped themselves from committing suicide, knew about the description.
  205. As mentioned above, it is the statue transferred from Daigorin-ji Temple, a jingu-ji temple of Omiwa-jinja Shrine.
  206. As mentioned above, it is thought that the time kosode became common among the society of court nobles was around the time when Masako TOKUGAWA (Tofukumonin) was sent to the Imperial court.
  207. As mentioned above, it is used to show irresponsibility or a lack of effort, as transferred from the original meaning.
  208. As mentioned above, it was often written in waka poems as a symbol of spring and pronoun for flower, and also in haiku world it has been used as a season word of spring from long ago.
  209. As mentioned above, it was translated into Chinese by Bodhiruci.
  210. As mentioned above, local trains (including rapid trains) stop or shuttle at this station; therefore, the railway systems are arranged so that the platforms are not changed during transfers.
  211. As mentioned above, military currency could be issued and circulated by the military force without the permission of Ministry of Finance or Bank of Japan.
  212. As mentioned above, monto sometimes use a phrase of 'monto mono shirazu' for their convenience.
  213. As mentioned above, most ninjo-banashi and shibai-banshi have no punchline.
  214. As mentioned above, nothing was known about Itosato, apart from the fact she was present when Kamo SERIZAWA was assassinated; her character in the story was all fictional.
  215. As mentioned above, since he devoted himself to painting when he was young, he lost his right to inheritance, and thereafter he lived as a painter and art collector and was on close terms with Ryusei KISHIDA.
  216. As mentioned above, since the eighteenth wish among the 48 wishes in Jodo-kyo is seen to be the most important, Ohako (i.e., the eighteenth) means one's favorite stunt.
  217. As mentioned above, since there was trouble concerning the family secret techniques between the Yoshida clan and the lord Yoshikata ROKKAKU, Shigemasa was afraid that his family secret techniques might become lost, so he taught the doctrines to Sekka and sent him to Kyoto.
  218. As mentioned above, the Edo bakufu built the Atake Maru, the largest Atake-bune in history which was covered with copper plates based on the same idea as a tekkosen.
  219. As mentioned above, the Rokkaku clan was greatly weakened during the period of Yoshikata ROKKAKU and his son, Yoshiharu, and in 1568 the clan was defeated by the Joraku army led by Nobunaga ODA, losing its territory.
  220. As mentioned above, the Sino-Japanese War erupted in the following month when Sanyo Railway reached Hiroshima.
  221. As mentioned above, the Sumitomo Family had a close Keibatsu blood connection with former nobility over the two generations, starting with the previous generation.
  222. As mentioned above, the Toyotomi clan of the maternal relative lineage (the Kinoshita family line of the Kodaiin side) was not destroyed and the Toyotomi clan itself, therefore, continued through the Edo period as a daimyo.
  223. As mentioned above, the Toyotomi government functioned, keeping a fragile balance, only when it depended upon influential feudal lords under the control of Hideyoshi, a very powerful dictator.
  224. As mentioned above, the Tozai Line has chronically operated in the red.
  225. As mentioned above, the assessment of this decree has not necessarily been determined.
  226. As mentioned above, the blade warps in the water, and it is pulled out after it is fully cooled, and is then ground with a rough polishing stone, and the Yakiba (焼刃, cutting edge) is checked.
  227. As mentioned above, the castle tower of Azuchi-jo Castle and surrounding structures including Honmaru were burnt down soon after the Battle of Yamazaki.
  228. As mentioned above, the constitutional amendment was conducted following Article 73 of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  229. As mentioned above, the construction began under the direction of Gaen, a priest of Kofuku-ji Temple, in 1207 and kaigen-kuyo (a ceremony to consecrate a newly made Buddhist image) was held in 1208 in the presence of Emperor Gotoba.
  230. As mentioned above, the day often comes around twice.
  231. As mentioned above, the emperor ordered the preparation of drafts of a constitution after studies on other countries' constitutions.
  232. As mentioned above, the first lawful wife was described as a lecherous woman, which makes the work lively.
  233. As mentioned above, the ingredients are often a combination of some fishes and root vegetables, but partly in the Kansai Region, pork is also a popular ingredient.
  234. As mentioned above, the law covered a series of ordinances for animal protection in the following order:
  235. As mentioned above, the legend of Hyoe KUROTORI is a spectacular military epic, which is extended widely in Echigo Province, and the places related to the legend can be found widely, from Kurosaki area of Niigata City (former Kurosaki-cho) to the northern part of Niigata Prefecture.
  236. As mentioned above, the road was maintained as a kando in the early seventh century.
  237. As mentioned above, the skin is more pungent, so it is possible to reduce the pungency by using only the core of the daikon radish.
  238. As mentioned above, the weight unit of monme had existed, and kan was devised as its 1000 times weight.
  239. As mentioned above, the word kimon originally had a magical meaning, but it came to be used as a word referring to 'something that is likely to have an unpleasant result.'
  240. As mentioned above, there are descriptions which imply the Kanze-ryu school, a family who takes private pupils, so it is possible to infer that it is one of the occupational branch families of the Kanze-ryu school.
  241. As mentioned above, there are many original styles of lifting up Taikodai in each region.
  242. As mentioned above, there are no records of Hitomaro in any history book and his life is considered a mystery.
  243. As mentioned above, there are various editions of the text of Keitokudentoroku whereby the process of its revision alone could make up one field of research and numerous study findings have been published to date.
  244. As mentioned above, there are various theories about the time of the introduction of guns into Japan such as some records saying it was before the introduction into Tanegashima Island, thus the precise time is not clear.
  245. As mentioned above, there is a slight difference between the first and second category books, whose outline is given below.
  246. As mentioned above, there is no big difference when comparing only the blade, it generally features a deep curve.
  247. As mentioned above, there were the two powers: the Ki clan and the Ogamo clan in Hoki Province in the end of the Heian period and both of them wanted to be more influential, which led to conflicts and battles.
  248. As mentioned above, they had different beliefs, with tekiya worshipping Shinno, and gamblers worshipping Amaterasu Okami as the god of business, whether each believes which religion or not.
  249. As mentioned above, two locomotives manufactured by Sharp, Stewart Co., Ltd. (36 and 40) were sold to Nihon Railway in 1882 and were known as Type SS2/3 (16 and 17).
  250. As mentioned above, unique culinary cultures developed in accordance with the customs of people in each former regional clan.
  251. As mentioned above, warming sake is an action to warm up alcoholic beverage itself.
  252. As mentioned above, while Tamonten of the Shitenno is shown as a figure that has an umbrella, Takutori-tenno is shown as a warrior figure that has a pagoda.
  253. As mentioned above, with roots as a foodstuff derived from a by product, something left over has turned into something that is saved and is even used to express something worthwhile or 'good enough to be turned into Tsukudani.'
  254. As mentioned already, Kuniji YASHIRO regarded the compilers of "Azuma Kagami" as the descendants of Hiromoto OE (Mori, Nagai), Yukimasa NIKAIDO, and Yasunobu MIYOSHI (Ota, Machino), who were officials of Mandokoro and Monchujo.
  255. As mentioned before, koso until Edo period was rice by the system of payment in kind and the producers were tax debtors.
  256. As mentioned before, shops that prepare mayonnaise in are on the increase, but basically the seasonings on the table (in the iron-plate-only shops, beside the iron plate) are the sauces only.
  257. As mentioned before, sonae formation during a military march consisted of banner, teppo gumi, nagae gumi, cavalry, samurai daisho, yumi gumi and konida.
  258. As mentioned before, such conjecture started from the supposition that the complete original text of Azuma Kagami in the Kanazawa Library was transferred to the Gohojo clan in Odawara, therefore Ieyasu TOKUGAWA should have had the whole text.
  259. As mentioned before, the Higashikuni family is also related to Imperial Family through Emperor Showa's Princess.
  260. As mentioned before, the faith in this context isn't the faith given by people's own efforts, but it is Amida Butsu who gives them the faith, and everything that happens in this world is due to the work of Amida Butsu.
  261. As mentioned before, the stress on Satoyamas throughout the Japanese archipelago had been heavy until coal began to be used as a fuel, and to cope with this burden, each community set up its own regulations to protect the destruction of Satoyama's vegetation.
  262. As mentioned before, the works by Tokuitsu do not exist and many points of his life are unknown.
  263. As mentioned before, this may also depend on the instrument being played as well as the type of employment concurrently held by the performer.
  264. As mentioned below, however, they are still used for street lighting to some extent.
  265. As mentioned below, the station building is situated on the side of Platform 3.
  266. As mentioned below, there is virtually no danna-dama in existence today.
  267. As mentioned by Rohan KODA, 賀茂 and 慶滋 are synonymous with each other, but of different characters, and considering that Yasutane's brothers were identifying themselves as 慶滋, the original pronunciation would probably be 'kamo.'
  268. As mentioned earlier, Meaka Fudo was named after Akame of Iga Province.
  269. As mentioned earlier, he refused to join the anti-Nobunaga network when he was requested to do so by Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  270. As mentioned earlier, in the Himeji region, karinto is referred to as the Banshu dagashi (cheap sweets) and has developed as an inexpensive sweet.
  271. As mentioned earlier, of the 20 existing castle towers, 8 were burnt down during and after the Second World War in the Showa period, whereby 12 castle towers remain in existence today.
  272. As mentioned earlier, since rakugan has frequently been used as sweets at a tea ceremony and also as offerings during Buddhist events, it has become an old standby confection served with usucha (thin, weak tea made from tea powder).
  273. As mentioned earlier, the Imanishi family had worked as so-doshiyori between the early Edo period and the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate but it was after Imanishi-ke Jutaku was first established at the present location in 1650 that they began to perform this role.
  274. As mentioned earlier, the area of Honmaru, that had a convex shape, was surrounded by mud walls built on the stonewalls, and watchtowers were built on each of the four corners of the square shaped main area.
  275. As mentioned earlier, the establishment of the notion of "Tenka" in Japan (Wakoku) dates back to the Kofun period.
  276. As mentioned earlier, the notion of Tenka" was established in Vietnam when it repelled the army of Mongolia in the 13th century.
  277. As mentioned earlier, the predecessor of Meao Fudo was Enma of Aoyama (Minato Ward, Tokyo).
  278. As mentioned earlier, the younger geisha at Ryuto, in particular, are subjected to a huge discrepancy between labor and pay and they are paid the same amount of money regardless of how many banquets they work a month.
  279. As mentioned earlier, there are no younger geigi who belong to okiya today.
  280. As mentioned earlier, there were not a few manzai-shi whose roles of boke and tsukkomi were not fixed.
  281. As mentioned earlier, trains operating in the Tokyo and Osaka areas, and the Shinkansen are relatively more convenient than other means of transportation and thus are used and are popular on a daily basis.
  282. As mentioned in above, Juro carried out activities independently from the Onami group which conducted activities mainly in Kyoto.
  283. As mentioned in regard to the station layout, a depot was once provided beside the station.
  284. As mentioned in the 'Origins and History' section, it is said to have been made by Kuratsukuri no Tori at the beginning of the 7th century.
  285. As mentioned in the above introduction, religious ikki in various areas were significantly reduced with the end of the Ishiyama War, which was the largest religious ikki at that time.
  286. As mentioned in the above verse, the term "Mimyo" had originally implied excellent flavor and beauty beyond expression.
  287. As mentioned in the above, the Edo bakufu regulated the way kimono were worn in minute detail in the O-oku, and the regulations passed on to daimyo families (feudal lord families), and finally the dress codes of the whole samurai class became pursuant to the codes and conventions of the O-oku (in and after the middle of the Edo period).
  288. As mentioned in the articles about Kohechi and Ohechi (old roads to Kumano), it is used as an important historical material today.
  289. As mentioned in the outline, while zabuton are very simple items they are used in a variety of ways.
  290. As mentioned in the preceding 'Authorship,' the tale contains an account off incidents during the Jisho era, so it is certain that it was written after that time.
  291. As mentioned in the preface, it contains poems composed by the poets, who had sided with the Southern Dynasty after the Genko era (1331-34) until the Kowa era (1381-84).
  292. As mentioned in the section concerning the origin of Bojutsu, many schools are said to have originated from spear and naginata, and often have the techniques in common with the art of spearmanship, swordsmanship, and naginata.
  293. As mentioned in the section for Wheaton, at the beginning, the original text was based on both of natural law and positive law, but enlargement to strengthen the nature of positive law side was made in its third edition.
  294. As mentioned in the section of "Kanjincho," Togashi is one of the main characters of the story in "Kanjincho," but Benkei is basically one and only main character in "Ataka."
  295. As mentioned later, however, the old calendar as currently used is slightly different from the Tenpo calendar prior to the calendar reform.
  296. As mentioned previously, it also relied heavily upon a good relationship with Goshirakawa.
  297. As mentioned previously, these were originally considered separate books.
  298. As mentioned, she had no particular outstanding feature except her family line, but her obstinacy derived from her pure mind, and she kept waiting for Genji while he forgot about her.
  299. As mentioning below, after returning from Okinoerabu-jima Island, he lived at the residence of the Saigo family until his death and served as superintendent of the residence during the master Takamori's absence and also educated Takamori's children.
  300. As metsuke, he fulfilled the role of assistant coroner to Asano Takumi no Kami who later committed suicide by disembowelment.
  301. As might be expected, KATSU seemed to have had no words to say in return, for he said 'I had no a single word to this."
  302. As might be expected, however, such name could not be used at official places like the Imperial Court or the bakufu (Japanese feudal government), so with the intention to avoid privately using the government post names, a custom was born to use abbreviations of official government posts.
  303. As mikan is classified as a food that warms body in the traditional Chinese medical science "Chuigaku," it is recognized as a food to avoid when you have caught a cold..
  304. As military rule (regional sovereignty), it was the same as the Chinjufu Shogun.
  305. As milk constituent is used to be frequently separated in the case of earlier canned coffee (called 'Ring' due to the constituent being attached to the interior wall of cans), cans had to be shaked before drinking, which became almost unnecessary due to the development of emulsifiers.
  306. As misinterpreted Japanese yokai and also as 'western yokai' in the modern history, they have a comparable history in Japan.
  307. As mo is the most important garment in juni-hitoe (traditional multi-layer court costume, literally, twelve-layered ceremonial kimono) layered garment of the Heian period, and people had to wear mo when they served those who were elder or at a higher rank than themselves.
  308. As modern Japanese sing an English song to their own accompaniment of a ukulele or a guitar, so did Japanese from the Edo period to the Meiji period, singing Chinese words in 'toon' while playing the instrument of Shingaku (mainly, gekkin).
  309. As modern female Wafuku are worn with Ohashori made, it is not tsuitake.
  310. As modern houses are designed to maintain air tightness in order to improve the efficiency of air-conditioners, Senko which emits less aroma and smoke is mainly used inside houses.
  311. As modern international law has "Rule of occupation" (rule under which the county that discovered a land first has sovereignty) as one of its features, "undeveloped country" was automatically deemed as "terra nullius," and, therefore, colonies could be established freely (Kobayashi 2002).
  312. As modern male Wafuku is worn without making Ohashori, it is tsuitake.
  313. As more Japanese people began to wear Western style clothes after the Meiji period, the word Wafuku was adopted to indicate traditional Japanese clothing in contrast to Western style clothing.
  314. As more and more areas issued licenses to operators of privately owned taxis, for example, in Osaka on January 15 and in Nagoya on March 1, in 1960, operations of privately owned taxis made a comeback.
  315. As more civilians were victimized by air raids, more numbers of women began to wear Monpe or slacks.
  316. As more people returned to the urban areas of Kyoto City in recent years, the estimated population of Nakagyo Ward, according to the national census taken in 2005, exceeded 100,000 for the first time in twenty years (since 1985).
  317. As most Kizokuin councilors did not need to worry about re-election, the bond between the members within the Innai groups was weak.
  318. As most of debts, especially the majority of daimyo-gashi, were made before the Tenpo era, all of them became void including the famous debt of "250 years installment" made by Hirosato ZUSHO of Satsuma domain.
  319. As most of his books are not existent, there are a small number of materials which show his achievements as a Confucian scholar.
  320. As most of the cars belonging to the Keihanshin Local Line became three-door cars, cross-seats that were same with those of type 70 cars were installed on cars belonging to Miyahara and Akashi from 1951 to 1952
  321. As most of these producers are operated on a small scale, this group is declining gradually.
  322. As much of the commuters of those days demanded a standardized fare and all companies suffered from the new transportation tax due to the Russo-Japanese War, they decided to merge and fix the fare to four sen.
  323. As namasu is shredded, this figuratively means that a man is beaten violently by many people.
  324. As namazake has not undergone hiire, freshness is preserved accordingly.
  325. As names related to place names or official duty were popular, it was rare for plants to be used as family names, and Imperial princes she bore used the name of Tachibana and became the founders of the Tachibana clan.
  326. As natto is rich in vitamin K which is vital for producing blood coagulation factors and the protein derived from soybeans, the food is still considered as an important source of protein.
  327. As neither his lawful wife nor his concubine gave birth to a son, Tadaharu wished his cousin Sojuro HORIO (whose father may have been Ujiyasu HORIO) to be his Matsugo-yoshi (a son adopted on one's deathbed), which was not permitted, thereby allowing the head of the Horio family to be extinct.
  328. As new Buddhist sects that could challenge Nara Buddhism, Emperor Kanmu protected the Tendai sect, which Saicho had introduced from the Tang Dynasty, and the Shingon sect that Kukai had introduced.
  329. As new rice fields increase, work to decide land owners and borders exploded.
  330. As no historical document is available to prove whether a person called 'Kichiji' was a real-life figure, it is considered that he is not more than a legendary person and his details are unknown.
  331. As no particular name was given to her, she was referred to by various titles as she grew, such as "Akashi no nyogo" (a high-ranking lady in the court (a consort of an emperor)), "Akashi no chugu" (the second consort of an emperor) and so on, however, she was never referred to with a name prefixed by "Akashi no" in the novel.
  332. As no seasoning is added, it is generally eaten with soy sauce, boiled with ginger, made into a vinegar flavored food or put into miso soup.
  333. As no such books had ever been written before in Japan, the fact that no other books of this type were produced again in Japan for a long time thereafter has long been regarded as strange.
  334. As no written characters before the introduction of kanji (Chinese characters) have been discovered, the first written history is a document about people living in the Japanese archipelago which appeared in Sengaikyo (oldest topography of China).
  335. As nobody witnessed the instant when Hideyori died, and bodies had not been found, it is described in "Nihon Seikyoshi" (by Jean CRASSET) that he either died at the time of the fall of the castle or escaped accompanied by his mother and wife to the territory of a daimyo in a remote region.
  336. As none from the large number of concubines of Hideyoshi gave birth to a child, it was, however, rumored already at that time that Hideyori was not Hideyoshi's real child (with regard to the father and child relationship between Hideyori TOYOTOMI and Hideyoshi.)
  337. As noradrenalin is an ingredient to constrict the veins effectively, so in the case of yuzuyu, the veins were all the more dilated.
  338. As noted above, compared to written records by Zeami and Zenchiku KONPARU it lacks an overall structure as well as philosophical depth, and it is a written work that is merely a collection of various information on noh play.
  339. As novelist and poet
  340. As numbers of Kuha type 76 cars were limited, there were no regular trains that used type 76 cars on both ends.
  341. As obi appears a line separating the upper part and the lower part of the body, it makes an important accent for total coordinates.
  342. As of 1564, it was owned by Masayori YOSHIMI (1513-1588), the head of Yoshimi clan in Iwami who was originally a vassal of the Ouchi clan and became a vassal of the Mori clan after the Ouchi clan was overthrown.
  343. As of 1871, the personnel of the Mimawariyaku included 20 foreigners (of which seven were subjects of Qing China) and 41 Japanese.
  344. As of 1894, the personnel of the Kyoryuchi torishimari kakari included four foreign and thirteen Japanese police officers.
  345. As of 1941
  346. As of 1950 when the Bairin was re-designated as a place of scenic beauty, the surface area of Tsukigase Bairin was registered as about 104 square kilometers with 3,108 plum trees in the entire former Tsukigase Village.
  347. As of 1950, the number of items and so forth designated national treasures under either the Ancient Temples and Shrines Preservation Law or the Law for the Preservation of National Treasures reached 5,824 valuable objects (art or craft works) and 1,059 buildings.
  348. As of 1987, it was closed.
  349. As of 2000, 387 households were engaged in the fishing industry, Among these, 332 were individual fishery management institutions and 55 were employed by fishery institutions.
  350. As of 2001, only five paint artists existed in Kanto, so the continued existence of successors is threatened.
  351. As of 2002 (ranked according to size of catch)
  352. As of 2002, there are 85,212 Shinto organizations, 77,640 Buddhist organizations, 4,445 Christian organizations, and 15,337 other religious organizationsin Japan.
  353. As of 2003
  354. As of 2003, sand has accumulated to 67 percent of the capacity.
  355. As of 2005, it chants the three slogans of 'human rights,' 'peace' and 'environment.'
  356. As of 2005, it has thirty-four directly-managed movie theaters and two film studios located in Tokyo and Kyoto.
  357. As of 2005, it is said to be the oldest verifiable printed material in the world.
  358. As of 2005, the designated areas for the anti-pollution measure reach 53.74 hectares, which include damaged farmlands that there still remain damages so that they have to treat those fields as the designated areas.
  359. As of 2005, the number of prefectures which have this kind of ordinance is 19, mainly in western Japan where the food culture of pufferfish cuisine has taken root.
  360. As of 2006, 55 organizations including national university corporations and business associations are members.
  361. As of 2006, four players have been registered at The Nohgaku Performers' Association.
  362. As of 2006, his opinion is agreed by even Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.
  363. As of 2006, it can only be said that the relation between Kannami and Masashige KUSUNOKI is unknown.
  364. As of 2006, the following 24 performances are designated important intangible assets in the classification of Dengaku Folk Performances (Date of designation, Prefecture).
  365. As of 2006, the second floor houses shops such as The Daiso, and the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
  366. As of 2006, there are 22 kinds of pufferfish that people are allowed to eat, which is decided based on 'New Rules for Measures to Secure Sanitation Regarding Pufferfish,' an official notice from the then director-general of the Ministry of Health and Welfare released in 1983.
  367. As of 2006, there were still so many sake brands remaining with those class names on the label.
  368. As of 2007 there is no koshi.
  369. As of 2007, among many retort products, retort curry products account for more than thirty percent of the total sales of retort products, the highest among such products.
  370. As of 2007, an application for seed and seedling registration was pending, and the plan was to adopt this variety as a recommended variety of Toyama Prefecture.
  371. As of 2007, approx. 100 research and other facilities have been constructed.
  372. As of 2007, approx. 3,500 tons of minke whales, approx. 1,200 tons of balaenoptera borealis, and approx. 400 tons of balaenoptera brydei were produced in Japan, constituting the major part of the whale meat distributed throughout Japan.
  373. As of 2007, approximately 13,000 plum trees are grown there.
  374. As of 2007, it is often 300 yen at many temples, but some require as much as 500 yen or more.
  375. As of 2007, the fifteenth (1949-, succeeded in 1980) is the leader.
  376. As of 2007, the fourteenth family head has succeeded to the family name, and he serves as the museum's head curator.
  377. As of 2007, the number of Kokufu whose location was identified is substantial, nevertheless some Kokufu have not yet been identified.
  378. As of 2007, the present head of the Nakagawa family is Joeki XI.
  379. As of 2007, there still exists a place called '奈良市月ヶ瀬月瀬' (Tsukigase Tsukise, Nara City).
  380. As of 2007, there was a report that no change to this registered size had been made.
  381. As of 2008 there are approximately 200 schools worldwide.
  382. As of 2008, 114 Kamigata storytellers participated in 'The Great Ginza Rakugo Festival' held by 'the Rokuninnokai,' strengthening friendship between the eastern and western storytellers.
  383. As of 2008, 39 schools became members of Zen nihon senchado renmei, and it seems that there are many small schools which do not belong to the renmei.
  384. As of 2008, Tango Explorer is a train constituting the so-called "North Kinki Big X Network," and is operated between Shin-Osaka Station and Miyazu Station/Toyooka Station (Hyogo Prefecture) via the Fukuchiyama Line, the Miyafuku Line of Kitakinki Tango Railway and the Miyazu Line of Kitakinki Tango Railway.
  385. As of 2008, her personal notes are exhibited.
  386. As of 2008, in addition to constructing wind-up dolls, he performs weekly activities at the 'Karakuri exhibition hall,' an annex to the Inuyama City Cultural and Historical Museum in Inuyama City, including open demonstrations of wind-up articles every week.
  387. As of 2008, listed in Guinness World Records is 51 skips made by Russell Byars on July 19, 2007.
  388. As of 2008, main consumers of canned coffee were considered to be males from their thirties to forties and heavy consumers were defined as 'Persons who drink about three cans a day.'
  389. As of 2008, not a single ukiyo-e (Japanese woodblock print) has been designated a national treasure.
  390. As of 2008, some consumers seem to think that honjozoshu was the same as conventional sanzoshu in the sense of adding alcohol, but it has to be said this is completely wrong.
  391. As of 2008, the Sanskrit original is not in existent and only the Bodhiruci version remains in Chinese translations.
  392. As of 2008, the contest's official record is 59.0 meters which was set in 2008.
  393. As of 2008, the fastest passenger-carrying railway line, including levitated railways, is Shanghai Transrapid constructed in 2003 for accessing Shanghai Pudong International Airport, employing German technologies, and the maximum speed is 430 km/h.
  394. As of 2008, the head of the Soryo-ke family is the 33rd generation Nagamasa OGASAWARA.
  395. As of 2008, the only kofun (keyhole tumulus) wall painting designated a national treasure remains that of the Takamatsuzuka Tumulus.
  396. As of 2008, the total number of buildings designated national treasures is 214: of the structures so designated, 37 appear in shrines, 154 in temples, 8 in castles, 12 in public residences, 0 in private homes, and 3 are miscellaneous structures.
  397. As of 2008, the value of silver hovers around 50 yen per gram.
  398. As of 2008, there are three prefectures in which no national treasures exist: Gunma, Tokushima, and Miyazaki.
  399. As of 2009 this old road was closed with a gate and abandoned.
  400. As of 2009, Fukami Tunnel is called Fukami-toge Pass.
  401. As of 2009, it is a popular spot for its nice night view and, since it is relatively close from the center of Kyoto City, the traffic is pretty heavy for the narrowness of the road.
  402. As of 2009, new facilities, "Pachinko Slot DREAM" and the "Restaurant Sagami," are under construction in the previous lot of the facilities.
  403. As of 2009, the 20th head of a school is Sogen Yusai HACHIYA.
  404. As of 2009, the original copy was not discovered.
  405. As of 2009, the required time between Fukuchiyama and Kawamori of the Miyafuku Line is 12 minutes at the shortest by a limited express electric train and 20 minutes by a local diesel car (stops at five stations).
  406. As of 2009, there are still many jinrikisha remaining in Kolkata, with an estimated 8,000 vehicles and 20,000 rickshaw men.
  407. As of 2009, there are two-hundred and eighty-six towns (towns which have the name 'chome' such as Oeda Kitakutsukake-cho from 1-chome to 7-chome, are counted as a town).
  408. As of 2009, there is no existing law which directly prescribes the capital in Japan.
  409. As of 2009, voices are raised to improve the traffic flow of the National Route 162 by boring through a tunnel beneath the pass.
  410. As of 2010, it is still prohibited to brew Doburoku at home legally outside of the Doburoku special district.
  411. As of April 2008
  412. As of April of 2007, the population of the city is approx. 230,000 (compared with 410,000 that was planned), and that of the cultural and academic research zones is approx. 80,000 (compared with 210,000 that was planned).
  413. As of April, 2008, the staff parking lot is turned into the coin-parking lot.
  414. As of December 1, 2004
  415. As of December 19, 2008
  416. As of December 2006, eleven players were registered members of the Kamigata Rakugo Association.
  417. As of December 3, 2007.
  418. As of February 21, 2010, not only for the succession and revival of traditional orthodox tastes and quality but also for the extension of export and restoring of domestic consumption, various ways have been continuously sought in the following directions.
  419. As of February, 1570 and after, he used the title of Saemon no suke (assistant captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  420. As of February, sales of the CD single reached 4,000.
  421. As of January 10, 2009, the players who hold the titles of Eisei Meijin and Eisei Queen are as follows.
  422. As of June 2008, 83 districts were selected across the country.
  423. As of June, 2005, Sendai Station sells the most various kinds of Ekiben at a single station.
  424. As of March 11, 2008, the following 572 items are selected.
  425. As of March 11, 2009, the following 12 items are registered.
  426. As of March 11, 2009, the following 207 items are designated.
  427. As of March 11, 2009, the following 264 items are registered.
  428. As of March 2005, the 392 schools are registered in the Nihon Ikebana Geijutsu Kyokai (Japan Ikebana Association).
  429. As of March 2006, 67 buses are allocated at the Arashiyama office.
  430. As of March 2006, 67 buses are allocated at the Takano office.
  431. As of March 2007, only a few companies, including Tokyo Musen, Checker Cab Musen, Chuomusen Taxi, ANZEN Group in Tokyo, and Iyotetsu taxi in Matsuyama area, Ehime Prefecture, accept electronic money.
  432. As of March 2008, according to the itown page, there are about 500 stores specializing in ramen in Kyoto Prefecture, and there are more than 1,000 stores that serve ramen including stores not specializing in ramen (i.e., Chinese restaurants).
  433. As of March 2008, more than 3,540,000 (3 million 540 thousand) cards have been issued.
  434. As of March 2008, the average price of ramen is around 600 yen in Kyoto.
  435. As of March 2008, there are five different designs with pictures or patterns printed on the surface of the card.
  436. As of March 7, 1997, when the station was abolished, it was a ground station that had two toothed platforms for two tracks, and trains bound for Kyobashi Station, Hanaten Station, Shijonawate Station, Nagao Station, Matsuiyamate Station and Kizu Station departed from both platforms.
  437. As of March of 2009, island platforms for transfer between local trains and rapid trains were put into operation at Kyuhoji, Oji and Tennoji (only for a few trains), and passing loops were put into operation for rapid trains at Hirano Station (JR West Japan) and Kashiwara.
  438. As of May 2007, "Atagoyama Cable" is not listed not in the i-TownPage (an Internet telephone directory).
  439. As of May 2008, only a few financially independent stores remain open.
  440. As of May 2008, the regular local train that runs the longest distance (inclusive of rapid trains) is the Rapid Service 'Moonlight Nagara' running the Tokyo Station - Ogaki Station section of the Tokaido Main Line (running distance: 410.0 km).
  441. As of May 2009, Fushimi Momoyama-jo Castle cannot be visited inside.
  442. As of May 2009, there are 11 Dajokan Fukoku and Tasshi listed as currently effective on the Japan Laws and Regulations Data Service System (法令データ提供システム), or 10 according to the Japan Laws and Regulations Index (日本法令索引).
  443. As of May, 2006, a definition based on the Liquor Tax Act was not established because it had only a short history as a product.
  444. As of May, 2009, the former tenth maegashira (sumo wrestlers in the senior-grade division whose rank is below the komusubi) Motoyasu USHIOMARU succeeded the name.
  445. As of November 2007, the station was under reconstruction, but passengers could use the facility.
  446. As of October 1, 2007, the population is 124,631.
  447. As of October 1982, the time immediately before Japan National Railway's schedule revision associated with the opening of the Joetsu Shinkansen on November 15, 1982, the following were the five longest-running local trains.
  448. As of October 2007, half the stations have installed station signs.
  449. As of October 2007, local trains did not have to wait for limited express trains at this station; however, during daytime hours local outbound trains stopped at Platform 3 twice daily.
  450. As of October 2008, the fastest speed in business operation, except that in experimental testing, is 350 km/h achieved by the Hayate train of Shinkansen in Japan and by Beijing?Tianjin Intercity Railway in China where the ICE3 technology of Germany has been introduced.
  451. As of October, 2008, the following lines have been in service.
  452. As of September 2004, 14 groups of Ningyo-za, 6 tayu stables and 6 groups of masters of shamisen belong to the Promotion Association, and Awa Jurobe-za gives regular performances at Awa Jurobe Yashiki.
  453. As of September, 2007, there were queens (of imperial family), but no kings in Japan.
  454. As of first of May, 2008, 6,824 architectural structures have been registered.
  455. As of late, the string used to tie the shumoku is commonly plastic.
  456. As of mid-July 2007, the incoming information, 'A train will come soon from the direction (of Kyoto or Fukuchiyama) to Platform __,' is announced in a female voice.
  457. As of now, that was "Sandaijitsuroku" (the sixth of the six classical Japanese history texts) edited in the late ninth century in which the term "hyakusho" indicated for the first time, a person engaged in agriculture.
  458. As of present, provincial names all over Japan are unified in 2 characters.
  459. As of revision of September 1, 1942
  460. As of that time, the constitution had already been proclaimed but not put in force yet.
  461. As of the Bohai line, it only had the Milyang Dae clan.
  462. As of the end of the year, aggregate number of films produced after the company became incorporated was 22 talkie films and one sound film which was taken as a spare film.
  463. As of the year 2008, the Yawata Tanabe Route operates on three routes and eight courses as their main route, or on four routes and eleven courses including related routes.
  464. As of today, what considered to be a part of the center of the Palace remains in Asuka Village, Nara Prefecture.
  465. As official duties of the Kurododokoro were gradually specialized, social status became closely related to who was posted where.
  466. As oiran were the highest ranked courtesans, they didn't wait for their customers in a pleasure house.
  467. As okame is also called otafuku and means many fortunes, it is regarded as good omen, and they began to use it as an ornament attached to rakes sold on Tori no Ichi (open-air market on the day of the bird) at Asakusa and so on.
  468. As on the national political scene, both the Liberal Democratic Party and Democratic Party (1998 -) adopted or recommended candidates, resulting in both sides acquiring seats.
  469. As one goes forward in time, the size of choshi has been becoming smaller.
  470. As one of Empress Dowager Shoken's poems, a school song given to Tokyo Joshi Shihan Gakko 'when not polished, jewels and mirrors are worthless, the way of studying is much the same way' (If you don't polish a jewel or mirror they won't do much good.
  471. As one of Oura Sanro he labored for Tamenobu OURA and often distinguished himself in wars.
  472. As one of Shrine Shinto's most important sites, Ise-jingu Shrine is always included, whereas the other two are differently considered to be the following combinations.
  473. As one of measures to solve the problem, movement to develop hot spring which none of Nihon Sankei has so far started in recent years.
  474. As one of the 17 historic buildings that make up the Old Town Kyoto Cultural Property, it was registered as a Cultural Heritage (World Heritage) in December 1994.
  475. As one of the Five Monzeki Temples (served by head priests from the imperial family) of Tendai Sect in Kyoto, it is also called 'Bishamon-do Monzeki.'
  476. As one of the Juni Shinsho, also called Kubira Taisho, Konpira Doji.
  477. As one of the Moto Ise (shrines or places where the deities of Ise Jingu Shrine were once enshrined), it is also known as Moto Ise Kono-jinja.
  478. As one of the Roku Kannon, it is said to provide salvation for the dead in Gaki-do (the Realm of the Hungry Dead), which is one the Rokudo (the six realms of existence).
  479. As one of the Seven Great Temples of Nanto (Nara), it boasted magnificent temple buildings in the Nara period, but it declined in the Heian period for a certain time.
  480. As one of the Seven Spears of Shizugatake, including Kiyomasa KATO and Masanori FUKUSHIMA who were known to be valiant warriors under Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Katsumoto KATAGIRI won recognition not only for his bravery in battle but also his political acumen.
  481. As one of the Shitenno that guard the four sides of Mt. Shumisen、which support the world where Buddha resides, he resides in Hakuginta and was believed to guard its west side or Saigokeshu, one of four continents on the earth believed to exist in the ancient Indian view of the world.
  482. As one of the Tosa clique, he successively assumed the important central governmental posts such as Shiho-taifu (post of Ministry of Justice), Ganroin gikan (councilor of Chamber of Elders), Monbukyo (chief of Minister of Education), Sangi (councilor), privy councilor, court councilor, and so on.
  483. As one of the Yanagimoto-kofun Tumuli Cluster, Kushiyama-kofun Tumulus abuts on the back circular part of Andonyama-kofun Tumulus and is on the upper hill toward the mountains.
  484. As one of the countermeasures, 24 police officers including Naoo NAKAHARA were dispatched to Kagoshima in January 1876 on the pretext of homecoming for the purpose of espionage and discord-producing intrigues of Shigakko.
  485. As one of the four Mikumari-jinja Shrines of the Yamato Province along with Katsuragi Mikumari-jinja Shrine, Tsuge Mikumari-jinja Shrine and Uda Mikumari-jinja Shrine, it has been worshiped for a very long time.
  486. As one of the latest opinion, the reduced organic matters in seawater due to global warming (oligotrophication and reduced nutrients) is pointed out, but the cause remains unknown.
  487. As one of the measures, he urged Korea to commission the communication service to Japan.
  488. As one of the military commanders of the Southern Court faction, he fought in several battles under Chikafusa KITABATAKE and Akiie KITABATAKE.
  489. As one of the prominent figures in the administration, Toshiie MAEDA who was also one of the Gotairo died around this time, and there was no one left to stop the contention, which led to the Battle of Sekigahara.
  490. As one of the reasons for the above restoration being a temporary one, it is considered that, yet again, there was a dissenting opinion concerning the determination of Noguchino Ono-haka being the Monmu Mausoleum.
  491. As one of the regional collaboration programs, Kyotanabe City established an agreement with Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts, Doshisha University, and Doshisha International Junior and Senior High School to work together in a wide range of activities.
  492. As one of the three anthologies compiled by Imperial command, this compilation succeeded the earlier compiled Ryounshu.
  493. As one part of that policy, the Matsumae clan drew a boundary line in the Wajinchi, established guardhouses at both east and west ends, and supervised coming and going of people between Wajinchi and Ezo area.
  494. As one student answered 'Yes it would be excusable', the views on the education policy of Tetsugakukan was summarized as follows: 'if it is excusable to kill superiors, it would be excusable to kill an Emperor and this thought would endanger the fundamental character of the nation'.
  495. As one unit it often becomes a plant or fruit.
  496. As only about 40 percent of the announced budget were eventually spent, the rice price did not drop but rose to the price during the rice riots in the end of 1918, but riots never occurred any more since people's actual income had increased.
  497. As opposed to Chojo (full-time working pattern), a part-time and shift working pattern was called Banjo, and officials taking this working pattern were called Bunban (shiftwork).
  498. As opposed to Edo, where people can not feel any material and spiritual well being, Jodo (Pure Land) is a pure clean land.
  499. As opposed to Kanzeon Bosatsu and others, it is thought that a real model person existed and that it was the Bosatsu who was created in Buddhist organizations.
  500. As opposed to Mt. Omine-san in Yamato (Nara Prefecture), it is also called 'Kita Omine' (north Omine), a sacred place of mountain worship, and even today there is a gyoba (ascetic practice place), with its array of strange rocks and bizarre stones.
  501. As opposed to Ogasawara of etiquette, it has been called 'Heki of technique.'
  502. As opposed to Takeda's large army, Nagashino-jo Castle had a small army of only 500 soldiers.
  503. As opposed to a Shomyo.
  504. As opposed to a variety recommended by the prefecture, the brand varieties of growing districts are often designated as brands for multiple prefectures.
  505. As opposed to other forms of traditional Japanese music, performers of Matsuribayashi are in many cases members of the general public drawn from parishioners and supporters of the temple or shrine hosting the festival.
  506. As opposed to the aristocratic and gorgeous Kitayama culture, it is regarded as a culture based on the aesthetic feeling which leads to mysterious profundity, wabi (a clear and silent taste found in simplicity) and quiet simplicity.
  507. As opposed to the current special train, 'Ii Koto Express,' running on the Kyoto Main Line, this express was operated as a special train along the entire section within the Kyoto Main Line.
  508. As opposed to the former 'Ii Koto Express,' this type didn't make a crew change at Takatsukishi Station.
  509. As opposed to the general tofu production process, so-called Kata-dofu is made in many places by various methods such as using high concentrations of soy milk, using sea water instead of bittern, etc., so as to be conservable.
  510. As opposed to the grown men's ikan (traditional formal court dress) costume, there was a way of wearing the costume called 'kazami no tonoi shozoku' (kazami costume for overnight stay at the Imperial Court), in which the outer hakama and the sash were omitted.
  511. As opposed to the holiness toward pure 'white' of the Shinto (Shintoism) in ancient times, the new shining golden holiness provided a big change in the sense of worth for ancient Japanese.
  512. As opposed to the kokushi (paper made from the fibers of the mulberry tree, which is native to Japan and widely cultivated) and hoshogami (heavy Japanese paper of the best quality) made of kozo (mulberry tree) and seen as masculine paper, ganpishi, which was gentle to touch and fine textured, were favored as ryoshi for eiso.
  513. As opposed to the rakusui-shi mainly made of mitsumata, the other popular rakushui-shi made of recycled paper was produced in Osaka, which was called shin-rakusui-shi (new rakusui paper).
  514. As opposed to the taihei-shi characterized by wrinkle patterns, so-called sanroku-ban paper applied patterns by putting seaweed during the arrangement of the material fibers, which is as large as one sheet of fusuma-shoji, is called rakusui-shi.
  515. As opposed to theatrical shamisen music such as nagauta and Gidayubushi, virtually no dramatic expression, such as a forceful slapping of the bachi on the strings, is seen.
  516. As opposed to these, 'kyoryorinjin' is the figure that implements intervention very aggressively as it admonishes a person who doesn't follow Buddhism even with the threat of an awful appearance, and compels the cessation of hostility toward Buddhism.
  517. As opposed to this, Negoro and Saiga shu built tsukejiro (branch castles) at Nakamura, Sawa, Tanaka, Shakuzenji and Sengokubori (all of them are located in the present Kaizuka City).
  518. As opposed to this, the term, 'Kitayama culture' was also created later.
  519. As opposed to those texts, there is a theory that the texts of 'Kaihozo (rescript edition)' and the 'Korean Edition (高麗版)' lineage keep only the contents of the Issai-kyo sutra, which was a lineage of manuscript spread throughout Shu (Sichuan Province).
  520. As opposed to traditional Chinese Buddhism, which was centered around knowledge, Zen developed greatly in China as Buddhism which aimed at prompt enlightenment instead of gradual enlightenment through knowledge and mediation.
  521. As opposed to 上生信仰, which is similar to the Pure Land Faith, 下生信仰 is a kind of eschatology and a hope for the savior's appearance such as that this world should be changed in accordance with Miroku's appearance (下生).
  522. As ordered by Yoritomo, the engagement of a granddaughter of Yoshizumi MIURA to Yasutoki was determined simultaneously with his coming of age and, eight years later, Yasutoki welcomed Yoshimura MIURA's daughter (a nun, Yabe-zenni) as his wife on September 17, 1202.
  523. As originally designed, this tunnel houses a two-lane roads without a dividing strip (it is temporary operated in two lanes out of four lanes of the road.)
  524. As originally designed, this tunnel houses two-lane road without a dividing strip (it is temporary operated in two lanes out of four lanes.)
  525. As osechi food (special food for New Years in Japan), "kohaku-namasu" is often used, which is made by slicing "daikon" (Japanese radish) and carrot, marinating them with sweet vinegar and seasoning them with a flavor of Japanese lemon peel.
  526. As other governmental organizations under the ritsuryo legal code system, Daijokan was also divided into four ranks of kami, suke, jo, and sakan.
  527. As other soba restaurants started to follow suit in Iseya's recipe, and 'zaru soba' became widespread.
  528. As otsuzumi had derived from rencho (a play performed by utai and a single percussion instrument in combination) of kotsuzumi, its independence was later than other hayashi kata (musician in Noh) groups.
  529. As oxen and horses live almost solely with instinct and are forced to work by human beings, they are unable to attain Buddha's teaching by themselves and in this sense, this world is believed to be of less relief.
  530. As oyama, his important works are Chiyo in "Sugawara denju tenarai kagami; terakoya" (Terakoya (temple elementary school during the Edo period) of Sugawara's secrets of calligraphy), Ohatsu in "Kagamiyama kokyo no nishikie" (old brocade pictures of Mt. Kagami) and Yashio in "Meiboku sendai hagi" (The trouble in the Date Clan).
  531. As painters other than the direct line of the Kano family, Yoshinobu KANO (1552 - 1640), who painted "Craftspeople, folding screen" in Kawagoe Kitain, and Naizen KANO (1570 - 1616), who painted "Hokoku Festival, folding screen" in Kyoto Toyokuni-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City), are well known.
  532. As part of Emperor Godaigo's plan to topple the shogunate, he twice instigated anti-shogunal uprisings in the Shochu Disturbance of 1324 (the first year of the Shochu era) and the Genko Disturbance of 1331 (the first year of the Genko era).
  533. As part of Shinto as animism, kannabi is an embodiment of appreciation, awe and respect for nature.
  534. As part of an initiative aiming to put the brakes on declining audience figures, the Japan Sumo Association introduced 'masuseki for two' as an experiment by selling special limited tickets for the tournament at Ryogoku Kokugikan, however, this has not proved popular.
  535. As part of control over one county, Bunkokuho was established to control warriors and farmers within its county.
  536. As part of it, a production theory named 'the short-term steaming theory' was created from 1965 to 1974.
  537. As part of its security and fire prevention measures for upgrading the castle town's structures, the municipal government continued to employ the Satogaeshi system (whereby Nobinin were sent back to their villages) by capturing Nobinin as a protected group and cracking down on Nobinin as Kakae-Hinin.
  538. As part of railway construction, the following purposes were set:
  539. As part of such policies, bechimyo was officially recognized.
  540. As part of that reform, in June 792, he discharged cohorts and soldiers deployed in all provinces except for Mutsu Province, Dewa Province, Sado Province, and provinces in the Saikai-do Region, and established the kondei system instead.
  541. As part of the Akamatsu clan, Yoshiie served Deputy Military Governors Norimune URAGAMI and Muramune URAGAMI and held territory at Toishi-jo Castle of Toyohara no sho Estate in Bizen Province.
  542. As part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto, it is registered as a World Heritage site.
  543. As part of the lifestyle guidance progrram, on three days a month, namely 3, 13, and 23, from 5 to 8 pm, a lecture was given by Doni NAKAZAWA, an expert on Sekimon Shingaku (giving clear teachings and episodes of humanity, loyalty, and justice by mixing Shintoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism).
  544. As part of the news in the spring, the trial harvest of bamboo shoots is played up every year by media including TV programs.
  545. As part of the performance, the dancers waved their sleeves in five different dances.
  546. As part of the plan of Tsuruga Station and other south (west) of Tsuruga of the Hokuriku Shinkansen, there is an idea to modify the Kosei Line so that it can operate as a mini-Shinkansen.
  547. As part of the programs to provide dietary education, schools have a facility to serve tea from the faucet.
  548. As part of the project for the preservation and usage of the Cultural Landscapes, the Advisory Committee for the Preservation and Maintenance of Cultural Landscapes of the Agency for Cultural Affairs identified 180 important regions in its third investigation.
  549. As part of the religious belief of EN no Gyoja, there are 36 temples designated as EN no Gyoja Reiseki Fudasho (sacred places where is said to remain the spiritual mark of EN no Gyoja, and pilgrims offer or receive their pilgrimage card.) in some prefectures such as Osaka, Nara, Shiga, Kyoto, Wakayama, and Mie.
  550. As part of the said security measure, Kaneda-jo Castle was built to become the forefront to defend the Korean Peninsula in 667.
  551. As part of the search, Kagechika OBA thought the tree on the ground suspicious; Kagetoki went inside the cave and discovered to Yoritomo.
  552. As part of the station's renewal, on December 1, 2007 the ticket gate and ticket booth were closed, and the commuter pass booth and station office (among others) were transferred and centralized to the ticket gate (Chuo-guchi) on the second floor.
  553. As part of trade between China and Japan, Japanese desiccated foods were a commodity brought into China (Three types of desiccated foods were often used as an ingredient in Chinese food: shark fin, dried abalone and, dried sea cucumber).
  554. As part of training, ascetic monks observed abstention from the five main cereals or all grains but since this requirement did not apply to buckwheat and since buckwheat berries and buckwheat flour could be eaten uncooked, these items were regularly food for those trainee monks.
  555. As passenger cars were also aging, some old cars were warped by vibration even when they were running at such low speed.
  556. As patriotism through Buddhism was widespread, honji suijaku setsu (theory of original reality and manifested traces) that god turned into Buddha spread further.
  557. As people came to believe enthusiastically in Hachimanshin (God of War) in the Kamakura period, five gods related to Hachimanshin were enshrined together in this shrine.
  558. As people in western Japan are fond of eating Udon noodles with Inarizushi (fried tofu stuffed with vinegared rice), most Udon shops in the region provide Inarizushi.
  559. As people unusually wear Wafuku these days, the criterion of selecting female formal Wafuku to suit an occasion will change in the future.
  560. As people went to pay a visit to Yoshinori celebrating this event, it could be observed that this activity was hosted by Yoshinori and Onami was accepted as the official actor of Shogunke.
  561. As people who participated in the raid were praised more and more as loyal retainers, those who did not participate including their families were facing severe criticism until the end of Edo period.
  562. As people who were appointed to important posts thanks to this policy, Tadasuke Ooka, Kyugu TANAKA and so on are named.
  563. As per the rituals of a sect of Buddhism Jodo Shinshu, women should hide their hairline or corner (it is pronounced sumi in Japanese), when visiting a temple.
  564. As phenomena related to tenmon were considered to significantly affect the fate of the country, even students of tenmon were not allowed to read books on tenmon freely ('Yororitsuryo' zoryo Hisho gensho jo).
  565. As pictures from those days show, the distance between two wrestlers was not designated at a tachiai before starting lines were set up, and two wrestlers had a tachiai with their foreheads touching each other in many matches.
  566. As places for these clubs, studies were quite often used, and as matter of course, gardens attached to studies developed.
  567. As plans of the Outer Palace Precincts, Hasshoin (main palace) and Burakuin (Court of Abundant Pleasures) have been handed down, he is studying about palace architecture.
  568. As pongee is basically for informal wear, it requires care to avoid from dressing it for formal occasions, even if it is made as Homongi.
  569. As popular tradition has it, they were old friends.
  570. As postwar measures, Hedeyoshi appointed reliable members as Iemasa HACHISUKA in Awa, Hidehisa SENGOKU in Sanuki and Takakage KOBAYAKAWA in Iyo.
  571. As potatoes, they are of a variety which retain comparatively primitive characteristics, have flesh which is powdery and very sticky, and have a pronounced flavor.
  572. As powerful occupational branch families such as the Matasaburo NOMURA family, the Tokuro MIYAKE family, and the Manzo NOMURA family were active, the absence of the head family, Soke, continued for a long time.
  573. As preciously mentioned, the morale of the Takeda forces was high, but Katsuyori wrote in his letter addressed to Mitsukata NAGASAKA (Chokansai) in the rearguard position "Some men fear the battle this time," indicating that the Takeda family was not necessarily optimistic.
  574. As predicted by him, when mortal disease rampaged the village, all the family members of Kotanshorai died but those of Sominshorai survived.
  575. As preparation for 'Yaki-ire (quenching)' to rapidly cool the heated blade with water or other liquid, 'Tsuchioki (soil coating)' where three types of Yakiba-tsuchi soil (soil used for quenching) are applied to the Hirachi (blade), Hamon (blade pattern) and Shinogichi (ridge line) are done.
  576. As previously described, Ryoma SAKAMOTO became famed after his death rather than in life.
  577. As previously described, the Kondo of Horyu-ji Temple, which partly burnt, was restored after the repair by disassembling in 1954, but the walls which once had murals were left blank.
  578. As previously described, the Nagasawa-Matsudaira clan's paper money was issued in various provinces independently; it was strongly affected by the money-format style in the area where it was issued.
  579. As previously indicated, many mokkan were discovered from the former sites of Fujiwara-kyo and Heijo-kyo.
  580. As previously mentioned, Enmaten, one of the Juniten (twelve deities), is said to have the same origins as Enma.
  581. As previously mentioned, Hitsuki Shinji started to be received in 1944, one year and two months before the end of the war, but after a few days from the first receipt, it already mentioned about the defeat of the Axis including Japan.
  582. As previously mentioned, Taft sent a telegram about the above mentioned agreement to Elihu ROOT, the Secretary of States, but when the telegram arrived in Washington, he was away going to Newfoundland on vacation.
  583. As previously mentioned, the 20 murals in existence have exactly the same design, depicting two flying tennin.
  584. As previously mentioned, the Chinese character of '升' has the reading of 'masu,' which is the pronunciation peculiar to Japanese.
  585. As previously mentioned, the masu was not made to measure the unit of sho, but the 'sho' was defined by the existing masu to measure.
  586. As previously mentioned, their performance as secret agents was not dramatic like the ninja as people generally imagine today, however the frequent onkokugoyo was one of their important duties.
  587. As previously mentioned, there was a strict gap by the birth such as the people came from the family of Goi or higher were able to become Hangan with the authority of 'han,' while the people came from the family of Rokui or lower were able to become only Sakan without the authority of 'han.'
  588. As previously noted, hokyoin-to pagodas were originally stone pagodas of Esoteric Buddhism, but they started to be built across sectarian lines after the Kamakura period.
  589. As previously noted, it was originally pronounced as 'anjin,' but it has been pronounced 'anshin' since the Edo period.
  590. As previously prescribed, the education about Heian literature or Noh was required to select a pattern of Kimono; Gosyodoki was especially favored as `A thing to represent dignity of a lady from Samurai society.'
  591. As previously stated, the Azumi clan was in the position to bring all the male divers together.
  592. As produced sake has deep flavor and tasteful quality, it is preferred for producing junmaishu (sake made without added alcohol or sugar)
  593. As production of gold and silver increased in gold and silver mines across Japan in the (Japanese) Sengoku period, there emerged 'kinya' (gold dealers) and 'ginya' (silver dealers) who refined, appraised and traded in gold and silver bullions brought in by speculators.
  594. As productivity advanced in farmlands, actual harvest yields often exceeded the calculated amount of Kokumori, but this calculating method continued until the land-tax reform during the Meiji period.
  595. As promised, Imperial Prince Atsuakira became the Crown Prince; however, the Crown Prince was unrelated to Michinaga and his father-in-law was not reliable at all, putting him in a very unstable position.
  596. As proof of the event that Michinaga did not accept or did not want to accept Imperial Prince Atsuakira as the Crown Prince, the existence of Tsubokiri is named.
  597. As propagated by Onmyodo (the traditions of Yin-Yang divination and astronomy), a person is believed to suffer misfortunes during their age of calamity.
  598. As provisions for them were saddled on their villages, Shicho were a great burden for the villages.
  599. As public security in the area significantly deteriorated, the national junior-high school baseball tournament scheduled for August 14 was put off once.
  600. As pufferfish are called 'teppo' in the Kansai region, fugu sashimi is sometimes called 'tessa,' which is an abbreviation of 'teppo sashi' (sashimi).
  601. As pufferfish have poison in their internal organs (it is widely known that tiger puffer, which are recognized as an upmarket fish, have tetrodotoxin inside while trunkfish have puff toxin) it is difficult to deal with the fish.
  602. As pufferfish meat is fibrous and elastic, when it is sliced as thick as ordinary sashimi, people have difficulty chewing it.
  603. As pupils of his English school, there were Sen TSUDA, Genichiro FUKUCHI, Morikazu NUMA and so on.
  604. As quick freezing technology has been developed in recent years, whale meat is often served as "sashimi" (fresh slices of raw meat).
  605. As rain falls in the season in which flowers of oilseed rape bloom.
  606. As rakugo developed separately in Kamigata and Edo, some programs have different names or are found only in either area.
  607. As rakugo's popularity increased, groups of amateur rakugo storytellers called 'Tengu-ren' before the War were formed one after another.
  608. As rare cases there were only a few examples of promotion to Udaijin (Minister of the Right) (Saneeda SANJONISHI and Michimi NAKANOIN) and actually there were few examples where a member of the house of minister was promoted to the higher position than Naidaijin.
  609. As rather mild cases, Oikawa had his Achilles tendon and three fingers amputated and Yamamoto his left leg.
  610. As raw materials, stalks and roots of L. diabolica (called Rausu-konbu in Japan, a scientific name Laminaria diabolica Miyabe) are mainly used.
  611. As raw sake is perishable the same as cow milk and vulnerable to degradation, appropriate care must be used for freshness and it must be refrigerated. (Refer to "Problems of 'Raw sake.")
  612. As reasons for this, it is mentioned that, in the period of baiu, localized torrential rain accompanied by cold does not occur often and that typhoon does not come often.
  613. As recorded in "Gyokuyo" (Jewelled Leaves), Kanezane KUJO's diary, 'This was the first unusual occurrence,' and indeed for a warrior not of the Taira clan to be promoted into the ranks of Kugyo (Jusanmi) was quite unusual during this period, and proves the extent to which Kiyomori trusted Yorimasa.
  614. As recorded in the 'Seventy-one Workmen's Competitions of Waka,' women peddling rice or rice cakes in the Muromachi period wore white cloth around their heads called Katsuratsutsumi or Katsuramaki.
  615. As recording equipment such as open-reel tape were introduced, it became possible to supply sound effects using previously recorded sources.
  616. As recycled waste water is not suitable for drinking, its use is necessarily restricted.
  617. As regards Murakuni clan members affected by the revolt, MURAKUNI no Shimanushi was thought to be of Nakamaro's ruling faction and was consequently killed.
  618. As regards the developmental pedigree of the Japanese Army, under the bakufu military advisers were invited from France.
  619. As regards the project of reclaiming the land of Hokkaido, most people invited to participate were from the United States of America.
  620. As regards the shape, it is considered today that it was formed when the passage portion of the round tomb covered with a heap of earth developed and merged into the burial mound.
  621. As regional rapid trains are not set on the JR Takarazuka and JR Kobe Lines, the number of trains and categories are changed for the up line at Amagasaki and for the down line at Kyobashi.
  622. As regulation of human trafficking was reinforced, shichiken hokonin (a servant put in pledge) appeared as a way to circumvent the regulation.
  623. As released from the governmental support and restrictions, gagaku has transformed into various ways.
  624. As relics, knife-shaped stone tools, exfoliated wing-shaped stone tools, and cores, used in around 20,000 years BC, were unearthed.
  625. As remaining outdated systems, including the manorial system, began to collapse quickly, social powers having new values came to the fore.
  626. As remains in the middle era of the Asuka period, as many as 46 dug-standing pillar buildings were found when investigations were conducted in 2003, attracting people's attention.
  627. As rental kimono increases, many people use them without buying them.
  628. As repercussions for this incident, the direct descendant family of the Taira clan, which had nothing to do with the incident, ended up breaking off.
  629. As representative examples, the Easter which is the biggest festival of Orthodox Church, and Omonoimi (Eastern Orthodox Church) which refers to a period to get oneself ready for the Easter are named.
  630. As represented by his publication and distribution to doctors of a treatment guideline, "Korori Chijun" in response to a cholera epidemic in 1858, Koan contributed to the modernization of Japanese medical science.
  631. As represented by the opening of the Edo style sushi shops in Osaka toward the end of Bunsei era and in Nagoya during Tenpo era 1831-1845), nigiri-zushi spread nationwide.
  632. As requested by his elder brother Kakue, Yuizen lived in Otani, Kyoto.
  633. As residents there were cooperative, Saigo's forces brought almost all urban areas of Kagoshima under its control, with the government army guarding only its headquarters at Yonekura.
  634. As result of this achievement, he was appointed the yumigashira (commander of archers) by the clan and awarded land worth 500 koku.
  635. As result, in 1851, Narioki retired and Nariakira became the lord of Satsuma Province.
  636. As result, the power of the Taira clan had been reacknowledged while the vulnerability of Goshirakawa Cloistered government had been exposed.
  637. As retaliatory measures, Hanabusa, charge d'affaires then, was sent to Busan with a battleship and demanded to remove the custom house at Dumojin.
  638. As revealed by the outbreak of the Jokyu War immediately after the completion of the book, there was a profound yearning for the restoration of the Imperial government and to pass the way of the sovereign down to the princes of the next generation.
  639. As revenge for that, Nobunaga ordered the capture of Koya hijiri (ascetic of Koya-san Temple) in various countries on November 8.
  640. As rewards he received a velvet "haori" (a Japanese half-coat) with a crest of three oak leaves, and Kanjiro received a name "Akashi NAKAMURA" respectively.
  641. As rice continues absorbing water even after having been removed from the water, the soaking time is determined taking such time into consideration.
  642. As rice cultivation has become more massive and mechanized since the end of the World War II, agricultural fields, each of which used to be shaped differently according to the slope, were improved and unified into large rectangles in which it is easier to introduce farm machines.
  643. As rice gets cold, it loses moisture and its good texture.
  644. As rough indication, in Taiwan and South China, a long rain by the baiu front begins aroung the middle of May and ends around the end of June.
  645. As rubber became cheaper since around the middle of the Meiji period and bouncy rubber ball became common, temari came to be played all year around, not only during New Year Holidays.
  646. As rumor of Yoshimura's plot spread, causing uproar, Masako visited Yoshimura's residence to convince him that Yasutoki should be the successor and to ascertain if he had been part of the conspiracy.
  647. As ryoji was the only way of calling out forces, Yorimoto actively continued issuing ryoji after landing in Kyushu during 1342.
  648. As ryoro is a utensil used with flame to boil water, it is mostly a bisque, which can withstand high temperature.
  649. As sacred food for gods, noshi abalone was not only offered to Ise-jingu Shrine, but also attached to gifts as amulets that bring good luck.
  650. As sado was theorized in the Edo period, the characters '懐石' (kaiseki) which were related to onjaku (a warm stone kept in the pocket of Zen monks to keep hunger away) in the Zen sect started to be used.
  651. As sakamai "越淡麗 (koshitanrei)" was developed in Niigata Prefecture, which is representative sake for sale with such taste as a recommendable variety, it has become popular to write as "淡麗" as far as sake taste is concerned.
  652. As sakekasu contains alcohol, it does not decay easily.
  653. As sakushazuke, its content widely differs from those of the previously described "Nohon Sakusha Chumon" related books.
  654. As samurai gained power in the Kamakura period and later, the court nobles' sense of danger against them had increased.
  655. As samurai in Kyushu supported Heike (Taira family), trust to them by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, who established the Kamakura bakufu was weak.
  656. As sazae no tsuboyaki is seen all over the country, the recipe varies according to the region and the period.
  657. As scheduled, he went up Mt. Tendai and studied Tendai doctrine under Tao-sui (the seventh leader of Tendai sect; his year of birth and death unknown) and received Bosatsu-kai (Bodhisattva Precepts) of Engyo (Perfect Teaching) and came back to Japan next year (in 806).
  658. As scholars have pointed out, his initiatives were linked to those of the retired emperor since, almost at the same time, the Emperor Kameyama (then the retired emperor) made internal reform and implemented the benevolent rule at the court in Kyoto.
  659. As schools (organizations) of hondo karate, the Goju-ryu, Shotokan-ryu, Wado-ryu and Shito-ryu schools, which are normally called 'the four largest schools (organizations)' due to their scale, are well known.
  660. As seasonal events, shobu-no-neawase (iris root match), kikuawase (chrysanthemum match), and kobaiawase (red-blossomed plum match) were also played.
  661. As seen above, 'Bankoku Koho' was used as ground to rely on for diplomatic negotiation.
  662. As seen above, Kiyohiko AGO's concept of 'koshi koden (chokodai bunsho)' is a broad one that includes not only 'books handed down from ancient times,' but also 'books of modern times that brings information from super-ancient times through inspiration such as automatism.'
  663. As seen above, rulers strongly emphasized the cultural and ceremonial aspects of Yumiire.
  664. As seen above, the book greatly influenced the formation of Pure Land Buddhism in Japan.
  665. As seen above, the rational and logical aspects are conspicuous, and it is thought this has a certain relationship with characteristics of Osaka, where a merchant society had matured.
  666. As seen above, there are some people who distinguish karaage from zangi.
  667. As seen above, there was no rule for the number of layers for uchigi during the Heian period.
  668. As seen above, they had a big impact on martial arts along with other Zen terms.
  669. As seen above, this program is highly valued as a work which describes the people who are bombarded with the money of 100 ryo, the sword and the fate, and as a human drama which is not just a Shiranami-mono.
  670. As seen above, within the word Nenbutsu as well, not just one, but various meanings are attached in to it in Buddhism.
  671. As seen from a wearer, the front, the left side, and the back are connected as one piece and the missing right side is covered with another piece called the arm shield (waidate).
  672. As seen from above, sumo is related to Yumiya.
  673. As seen from above, their interiors were quite exquisite as persons in charge boasted 'they are Tokuro (abbreviated name of special second-class car) of the electric car,' and they were comparable to JNR 80 and JNR 70 series electric cars that were then being manufactured.
  674. As seen from above, there are many ways to interpret Nenbutsu.
  675. As seen from its name, Hyakki yagyo emaki is a collective name of picture scrolls where the appearance of 'Hyakki yagyo' (Night Parade of One Hundred Demons) is drawn.
  676. As seen from nihonshudo, there is a certain width of the range of specific gravity of sake.
  677. As seen from the Kyoto side, it's the last station within Kyoto Prefecture on the Sanin Main Line.
  678. As seen from the above, Ennen has the implication of praying for longevity in its root.
  679. As seen from the above, Inugui is avoided in terms of education such as manners, however, some people with medical model of rehabilitation disorder such as paralysis or loss in muscle strength are forced to eat like a dog.
  680. As seen from the above, he played a major role in the administrative jobs of the government including Jin no sadame (ancient cabinet council) by Kugyo.
  681. As seen from the above, he was a person of wide knowledge and talents.
  682. As seen from the above, he was conferred decent posts as a person of Kaneie's group and Asatsune's prospects for the future was not so dim.
  683. As seen from the above, his death is covered in mystery with various views.
  684. As seen from the above, the political reform in the Keiun era was carried out in order to adjust the flaws experienced when administering Taiho code, and its fundamental characteristic was to strengthen the national polity.
  685. As seen from the above, the spirit of letter that has become a specter is also called "Fuguruma-yobi."
  686. As seen from the above, there exist many records whose descriptions differ widely from those of Saigyo Monogatari.
  687. As seen from the fact that Soh is categorized into the zither group, zither is a similar musical instrument in Europe.
  688. As seen from the photograph taken prior to the fire damage, its design and the color remained relatively vivid.
  689. As seen from the term "Kamusabi" (to believe like a deity), people believed things that lived long or things they used for a long time were sacred by themselves.
  690. As seen from the western entrance, the stop has the appearance of an elevated railway station.
  691. As seen from this, the pureness of the world depends on spirituality.
  692. As seen here, tegotomono is a very popular style of composition.
  693. As seen in Du Fu's poem saying 'as my grey hair is short, it seems to be impossible to use kanzashi even though I bundle it,' the original meaning of the Chinese character '簪' was a tool which male officials used in order to fix their court caps.
  694. As seen in XX-shu (sect) Tanritsu, and XX-ha (school) Tanritsu, it is not unusual that some Tanritsu follow tenets and rituals of traditional religious schools or sects.
  695. As seen in settlements and houses in Japan, fear caused by vague boundaries with nature, and life that coexists with nature, such as outskirts of country and sacred shrine forests, turned into reverence and appreciation.
  696. As seen in the 'Yanabe no Ayumi,' a family tree included in the 'Biyo Zakki' was cited in making ancestral records and judging from this fact, this name might be created by connecting '光' and '勝時' which appeared in the linage.
  697. As seen in the Aoi-matsuri Festival (Hollyhock Flower Festival), the aoi-mon symbolizes the Kamo clan and has been used as the Kamo-jinja Shrine crest (two leaves of hollyhock or Kamo Aoi).
  698. As seen in the above descriptions, the power holder was shifted from the Ashikaga clan to Hosokawa Keicho family (kanrei-ke (families in the position of the shogunal deputy)) and then to the Miyoshi clan.
  699. As seen in the above descriptions, through his well-considered marriage strategies, Tadamasa was promoted smoothly under the government by the Taira clan and established a basis for future development of the Kasannoin family.
  700. As seen in the above, it had the aspect of sho-chuka shiso (mini-Sinocentrism).
  701. As seen in the above, there were a lot of studies and criticisms concerning the notion of "Tenka," but at the time "Tenka" was still understood as the one with the Chinese empire in its center.
  702. As seen in the beginning of the selection of Asuka Kiyomihara Code (the legal code of Japanese ancient state) in 680 as well as in the edict of Yakusa no Kabane, it was one of the policies to reform the old clan system and to create the bureaucracy which was able to promptly respond to a new national regime.
  703. As seen in the case of the battle between Hongan-ji Monto and Senshu-ji School Monto (Takada Monto and Shinshu Sanmonto School) in Echizen Province, some Shinshu sects other than Hongan-ji had a conflicting movement.
  704. As seen in the governing of the Hokuriku region by Katsuie SHIBATA, one of Nobunaga's warriors, it can be imagined that changing the provinces all the time placed a heavy burden and great anxiety on those warriors.
  705. As seen in the phrase 'Buppo (the principle of Buddhism) is in muga selflessness,' the true Buddha should be sensed through selflessness after emptying the ego.
  706. As seen in these examples, the Ritsuryo system has gradually been re-evaluated from an East Asian, rather than a European, viewpoint
  707. As seen in this example, those who attempted to invade or disturb the system maintained by manor lords and shokan (an officer governing shoen (manor)) from outside the manors and Imperial demesne, were considered akuto.
  708. As seen previously, there was a big gap in the status between Hangan or higher and Sakan.
  709. As sencha is a kind of green tea, i.e., non-fermented tea, its manufacturing method is uncommon in the world in the sense that steaming is used to deactivate the enzyme in the tea leaves.
  710. As senmin were incorporated into heimin, some inherent heimin opposed this act, resulting in an ikki uprising in Okayama Prefecture to protest the treatment of the former senmin as heimin.
  711. As sense of taste fluctuates depending on physical conditions, the comment "This sake is sweet/dry." does not have important meaning. (Refer to nihonshudo, amakarado and amino acid level.).
  712. As sentences were passed on the people involved at the Fukuoka provisional court on December 3, Imamura and Masuda, who were considered ringleaders, were beheaded on the same day and penalties including imprisonment with work and deprivation of the family status were imposed on about 150 people.
  713. As separatist movements was mounted in places dominated by the Ikuno magistrate's office, three provinces of Tajima (except for a part of northern Tajima), Harima and Mimasaka were separated from Kumihama Prefecture and formed Ikuno Prefecture in 1869.
  714. As sesame oil was used in Chinese-style cooking techniques, such as sauteing and frying, the use of oil in cooking which had not been prevalent in Japan, was promoted.
  715. As severe levy of nengu (annual tribute) led to peasants' chosan (to abandon one's field and flee away to other districts to evade cruel taxes), which adversely decreased the amount of collected nengu.
  716. As shakuhachi grew popular until the present days, an ensemble of shakuhachi and koto is now played more commonly than an original ensemble of kokyu and koto.
  717. As shamisen came down with only an instrument without scores, many new songs were composed one after another by the Heike biwa players and various musical elements of the Heikyoku were reflected.
  718. As she also felt very sorry for involving his son, she asked the Emperor to take care of the son.
  719. As she became the imperial mother, the status of her home, the SONO family rose significantly, and Mototo, Mitsuko's father, was posthumously conferred the court rank of Sadaijin in 1645.
  720. As she dances in the moonlight she mutters, "when was it that I sang "the moon is not the moon from long ago, the spring of long ago."'
  721. As she dances intoxicated and is getting carried away, the bell from a faraway temple rings telling it is nightfall, and the girl disappears into the night.
  722. As she gave birth to five children with Shingen, we cannot pronounce that Sanjo no kata's origin or personality caused a poor relation between them.
  723. As she had a princess for a mother, her status by birth was far higher than that of her stepmother or sisters-in-law, but she was ill-treated like a maidservant.
  724. As she lived at the Takakura-dai residence along with Yorimichi, she was called Takakura no ichimiya or Takakuradono no miya.
  725. As she lived in the Nishikan (the west annex) of the main castle in this period, she was also called Nishikan-dono (Lady Nishikan).
  726. As she predicted, Taketoki was assigned as the lord of Kita no Tachi, and Yoshiaki as the general of the First Fort by Kuniharu.
  727. As she said 'It is impossible to adjust the taste without salt,' everyone was impressed by her unique explanation.
  728. As she sings a poem from 'Tsutsuizutsu' which Narihira sent her, she realizes that she has grown old.
  729. As she supported Shinran's propagation activities throughout his life, she became, after Shinran's death, the organizer of propagation activities conducted by Shinran's disciples.
  730. As she was about to leap into the water, she composed a poem remembering how gentle her husband Yamato Takeru no Mikoto had been when they were attacked by fire.
  731. As she was in love with FUJIWARA no Atsutada before she was appointed as Saigu, many passionate waka poems which they exchanged are compiled in "Atsutada shu" (collection of waka poems of Atsutada).
  732. As she was one of Kesshi-Hachidai (Eight Undocumented Sovereigns), there is a theory that she was nonexistent, same as her husband Emperor Suizei.
  733. As she was the grandmother of Katsuragi no Miko, who had already become actual okimi (great king), and she lived in Shimanomiya (detached palace) in Asuka, she was called Shima no sumemiya no mikoto.
  734. As she was tolerant with her husband who had affairs and she even looked after education of his illegitimate children, she was well reputed to be a wise wife.
  735. As shitsuji of the Anglican Church corresponds to hosai of the Orthodox Church while church executives in other sects correspond to shitsuji of the Orthodox Church, caution is required when using a term 'shitsuji.'
  736. As shosho was also 'suke,' it was called 'oi-suke.'
  737. As shown above, Sangaku had an immeasurable impact on the arts of subsequent times.
  738. As shown above, all companies operated not only famous cars manufactured in the prewar era, but also cars that were newly developed or remodeled after the war.
  739. As shown above, although Kirisutegomen was admitted as a privilege granted to samurai warriors, it was impossible to use the privilege easily.
  740. As shown above, fue were indispensible musical instruments for male court nobles during the Heian period, and Emperor Murakami and Emperor Ichijo are said to have been masters of fue.
  741. As shown above, in almost all fields, documents related to katatsu (transmission of wishes to subordinates), joshin (report to superior) and gotsu (communications between parties on equal level) exist as documents in 'sorobun' form.
  742. As shown above, it had certain structure, but Kumadori was different for each individual since actor applied it himself.
  743. As shown above, it was performed not only at Buddhist ceremonies but also at other events.
  744. As shown above, many examples exist, and this is due to the fact that while a new urban area was developed rapidly around the old castle town during the Showa period, city blocks and residents' associations were named without sorting out names of Aza in the old castle town.
  745. As shown above, records are so diversified depending on historical materials that it seems to be appropriate to assume that the year of his birth and death is unclear.
  746. As shown above, the Emperor Yuryaku often obtained his empress and wives after their parents' homes had been abolished.
  747. As shown above, the Ichinomiya was originally the Ono-jinja Shrine, but during the Sengoku period (Japan) the Hikawa-jinja Shrine (the former Sannomiya) served as the Ichinomiya.
  748. As shown above, the book describes the states that lead to each destination, such as 15 states for Hell, eight states for a preta, and five states for chikusho (Buddhist realm of beasts).
  749. As shown above, the relationship of master and vassal among samurai until the medieval period was based only on the common interests of both parties and was not absolute.
  750. As shown below, some changes were subsequently made to town names and boundaries, resulting in 51 towns prefixed by 'Kamitoba.'
  751. As shown below, the Nagoya obi is roughly categorized into two types based on the width of textiles.
  752. As shown below, there are several views concerning the reason why Kanpyo-maki is written as Kizu-maki on sushi bar menus.
  753. As shown by "Hokusai Manga", the word 'manga' has existed since the Edo period, but the 'manga' carried a strong sense of 'a picture like a caricature' and 'an essay with pictures.'
  754. As shown by Ishiyama-dera Temple, Dainichi Nyorai is typically enshrined in a tahoto as the principal image.
  755. As shown by a torii standing at the entrance of the gateway to Chokyu-ji Temple, syncretization of Shinto with Buddhism was practiced before the modern times.
  756. As shown by its name, only for this section, the doors of the auditorium are closed when the play starts, and people are not allowed to enter the auditorium in the middle of the play.
  757. As shown by the above, "Tenka" of Vietnam was regarded on a par with "Tenka" of China.
  758. As shown by the above, the nomads in Asia also had a view of the world based on the fixed principle of order, which was similar to the notion of "Tenka."
  759. As shown by the above, while Tenguri refers to Tenkai (the heavens), it sometimes refers to a humanized god as Tenjin (heavenly gods).
  760. As shown by the fact that Goryeo was subject to both dynasties at that time, Tenka was completely divided into two.
  761. As shown by the fact that OE no Hiromoto assumed the position of the first Betto (secretary) in Mandokoro (government office) of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), the Oe clan who was a rival in his family business, Monjodo defected from the center of the Imperial Court.
  762. As shown by the fact that the Noh performance to be held at the Sento Imperial Palace in 1429 was cancelled by Yoshinori who favored Onami, Zeami and Motomasa were out of favor.
  763. As shown by the fact that the above is the origin of the word 'actor,' it is certain that these festivals of Kaguramai (dance for Kagura) were the starting point of Japanese public entertainment.
  764. As shown by the name "Futatsudama", Kanpei fires two bullets in the case of Edo kabuki.
  765. As shown by the number of demonstrations given, even the inspections by the Emperor were very strict.
  766. As shown by the old saying, 'A family will be free from illness if a person drinks it, and people residing within four kilometers will be free from illness if all people in a family drink it,' it is indispensable for celebrating the New Year.
  767. As shown by the shrine name 'Tenkawa Daibenzaiten-sha' Shrine which includes the word 'Benzaiten,' the shrine is also believed to enshrine 'Benzaiten.'
  768. As shown here, Hachimanjin had an important role in releasing samurai from the orders of the Imperial Court and creating a world that was different from that of Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess).
  769. As shown in "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), in which the scene of playing the 'koto' frequently appears, 'Koto' has existed in Japan since ancient times, apparently used as a musical instrument for witching purposes.
  770. As shown in "Ma-konbu" (Laminaria [hereafter, L.] japonica), "Rishiri-konbu" (L. ochotensis) and "Mitsuishi-konbu" (L. angustata), the species name is used as a standard Japanese name for kelp.
  771. As shown in Chikusen-joirei (an ordinance to ordain a court rank to someone who saved a certain amount of money) (711-800), economy using currency was undeveloped even after the eighth century.
  772. As shown in Chikusen-joirei (an ordinance to ordain a court rank to someone who saved a certain amount of money) from 711 to 800, there was no currency used for economy in the Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto), Yamato Province until the eighth century.
  773. As shown in a photograph, he had an experience of sitting down on a cockpit of a warplane at Canada Air force Base.
  774. As shown in an empirical study which inferred that 'townsmen' and 'merchants' were categorized into different classes, the actual class system in the Edo period was quite a complex and complicated structure.
  775. As shown in his ties with Kiyomasa KATO stated earlier, Bunei maintained a close relationship with the Toyotomi family.
  776. As shown in its Chinese name of '金剛杵' (diamond and pestle), it is made of kongo (a very hard metal or a diamond) and wields thunder.
  777. As shown in the 39th article 'Jogyo-do Hall Matarashin no Koto' of "Keiran shuyo shu" (a collection of oral transmissions in the Japanese Tendai Sect which contains four stories about Myoe), it was said that Enchin was inspired by Matarashin on the way back from Tang and ceremonially transferred to Jogyo-do Hall.
  778. As shown in the Tenjumukyu oracle and the creation myths in "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), Japan is a land of the gods and is specially protected by them.
  779. As shown in the above examples, mausoleums are often connected with political powers or policies.
  780. As shown in the above, social status was regulated and the gate was extremely narrow, although it wasn't always true that the gate was not open to the common people, considering the operational aspect.
  781. As shown in the above-mentioned Mr. Demon Kogure's episode, the present Emperor knows a lot about public entertainments and popular music and the sports.
  782. As shown in the diagram on the right, the lines of defense at the government of Prince Su and at the French embassy gradually retreated, but the line of defense at the side of British Embassy, where the families of the envoy of each nation escaped to, changed very little.
  783. As shown in the image on the right, the right-hand part of the 'no' kanji of 'Honno-ji' is different from that of a standard character as, instead of two 'hi' katakana, it uses the character meaning 'to leave.'
  784. As shown in the name of Maruyama (round mountain), many people had regarded this tomb simply as an old round tomb or a round barrow, and in old days this tomb was called Gojyono Maruyama Kofun.
  785. As shown in the name, the Burakuin hall was built as a facility for entertainment and banquets at a place immediately west of the Chodoin hall, the main government office of the palace, righty after the capital was moved to Heian-kyo Capital.
  786. As shown in the photograph, the shinobue is between the concert flute and the piccolo in terms of length.
  787. As shown in the picture, the place which looks white in Kunitomo and Lake Biwa is the site of mining.
  788. As shown in the saying "Baked ware should be cooled for as long as it took to be baked," baked ware has to be removed from the kiln carefully.
  789. As shown in the term, Buddhist scriptures translated into Chinese, it is obvious in the translated scriptures that the description at its beginning should be written as 'OO代翻経三蔵△△訳' (OO Sutra translated by Sanzo (venerable priest with profound knowledge of sutra) △△) as a rule, even if it is a pseudepigrapha.
  790. As shown in these examples, he directed films without compromise.
  791. As shown in 排骨飯 (dish cooked with boned rib of pork is put on rice) with egg dish, box lunch sold in Taiwan generally consists of rice, meat dish and egg dish.
  792. As shrines related to Soshimori, there is a Soshimori-sha Shrine that enshrines Imori Daishin (also known as Susanoo), a subordinate shrine (its south gate faces the north side of Hikowakamiko-jinja Shrine) of Atsuta-jingu Shrine.
  793. As shuppinshu is made with the best choices in all process including materials and brewing method, the finished product is a high-class sake.
  794. As shutters, rain shutter doors and door pockets must be provided, or wood or metal sashes must be provided.
  795. As similar government officials, Shudensho (Housekeeping office) of Togubo (Crown Prince's Quarters), Tonomorizukasa (housekeeping branch of the Imperial Household Ministry) of Kokyu (empress's residence), Tonomoribe no tsukasa of Saiguryo (the Bureau of the High Priestess of Ise) and so on existed.
  796. As small kadomatsu of group planting style aimed at the average families hit the store shelves at the end of the year, some people put up this type of kadomatsu.
  797. As soba sauce for cold noodles is too highly seasoned to drink straight, sobayu plays a role as a diluent to allow customers to enjoy the sauce.
  798. As social order among samurai based on the master-servant relationship came to be considered important from the Sengoku period (the period of warring states) (Japan) to the Edo period, an importance was placed on the taimenjo as a core facility of samurai residences.
  799. As society began to enter tumultuous years, however, priests were required to pursue armament to maintain and protect fiefdoms.
  800. As society gradually became more stable in the Edo period, the tamori profession was revived around the country.
  801. As soffrito, prosciutto, mortadella, or porcini fresh mushrooms could be added.
  802. As sokuikanjo settled as an indispensable ritual for the enthronement ceremony for the emperor, other gosekke members made requests to the Nijo family, who mainly carried out inmyodenju, and disputes occurred rather often between them.
  803. As sokuikanjo was a secret ceremony, it is understood that it was conducted, immediately after the emperor sat down on Takamikura, while court ladies covered the emperor's face with a fans.
  804. As some Shoju even had their own independent households and families and cultivated their land independently, Shoju was not a uniformly established class, in reality.
  805. As some buses under the jurisdiction of the Takano office run in the Kitayama mountain area, such as Kutsuki-mura, Kumogahata and Hanase, medium-size buses are used for routes 19 and 32 while microbuses are used for routes 33 and 37 as well as route 27, 29, 46, etc.
  806. As some have pointed out, if the text had been orderly arranged at the final stage, the person who did this editing must be regarded the author.
  807. As some homes cool vinegared rice or others set sushi in a wooden bowl to put a weight on it, methods and ingredients range widely depending on each home.
  808. As some local restaurants expanded their business to Tokyo in about 1992, right after the collapse of the bubble economy, Motsunabe was taken up by the media; as a result, it became a boom, with its advantage of low price and being a good match for Japanese sake, and came to be known nationwide.
  809. As some of the Mochiuji's children escaped from the calamity, the next year, in 1440, the Yuki War occurred, in which Ujitomo YUKI raised an army under Mochiuji's bereaved children.
  810. As some of them were exported overseas, it is said that the line arrangement of this school had an impact on western flower arrangement.
  811. As some professional miko are recruited through newspapers, classified ads or Hello Work (job-placement office), these may be practical means by which to land a job if you lack connections to people in shrines.
  812. As some scholars have pointed out, however, they caused the domain to fall into financial difficulty after he retired from office.
  813. As some scholars have pointed out, moreover, the tumulus's stone chambers are similar to the one in Kitaotani Kofun-Tumulus in Hachioji City, some 9 kilometers west of the Musashi Fuchu Kumano Jinja Tumulus.
  814. As some schools had lesson which simulated actual battlefield conditions, their lessons were more varied than those of today's Kyudo.
  815. As soon as Anan had done this, immediately, he could take a fresh lease of life and was relieved.
  816. As soon as Aritomi knew this, he became enraged and disinherited Arimasa and then, adopted Aritane KADENOKOJI, who was the son of Aritomi's younger brother, Ariyasu KADENOKOJI.
  817. As soon as Atsumori retraced his steps, Naozane wrestled Atsumori down the horse and thrust his hand into the air to kill the man.
  818. As soon as Dogen took it he became well again.
  819. As soon as Emperor Murakami ascended in 946, he placed a Crown Prince as soon as his second son Norihira was born in 950.
  820. As soon as Hideyoshi directed his forces against Korea, he ran away from Kyoto and went off to Hizen Nagoya in order to cross the sea to Korea in January, 1593 (December, 1592 in lunar calendar).
  821. As soon as Ieyasu realized that Hidetada would not arrive in time, he discussed with Naomasa II and Tadakatsu HONDA if they should wait till Hidetada arrived or start battles.
  822. As soon as Kagenaka NAGAO detected Shigeuji's action, he left for Fuchu with the soldiers of Kozuke and Musashi Provinces, and a troop of UESUGI clan also left for Fuchu to join the Kagenaka's troop.
  823. As soon as Kagenaka heard the assassination of Noritada, he returned to Kamakura and promptly set fire to a residence of Kanrei (Shogun's deputy) and had the people who survived including the official wife of Noritada (a daughter of Mochitomo UESUGI) evacuate to the Kasuya-no-yakata castle of Mochitomo.
  824. As soon as Kyoto citizens heard that Nobunaga was mustering his army to subdugate Kubosama (Shogun), they left Kamigyo and Shimogyo, which were very close to where Yoshiaki stayed.
  825. As soon as Kyoto was conquered, however, Naoyoshi defected from the Southern Court.
  826. As soon as Mokuren had done this, immediately, Mokuren's mother was relieved from the suffering of hunger.
  827. As soon as Rennyo learned that the opposing Kochiyo TOGASHI allied himself with Takada denomination of Shin Buddhism, he cooperated with Masachika and destroyed Kochiyo in order to maintain his religious order from Takada denomination's pressure.
  828. As soon as Shuichiro KONO of Konoseguchi and FUCHIBE of Onoguchi, both of whom stayed in Hitoyoshi, heard that the Satsuma army was routed and crisis was impending over them in Hitoyoshi, they rushed towards Hoo-bashi Bridge across the Kuma-gawa River.
  829. As soon as Turkish people noticed that a private citizen Yamada had brought contributions, he received enthusiastic welcome and further was granted an audience with the Sultan Abd?lhamid II.
  830. As soon as Ujimasa HOJO attacked the Yanada clan of Sekijuku-jo Castle in Shimousa Province, Kenshin aimed at creating confusion by successively attacking castles such as Musashi Kisai-jo Castle, Oshi-jo Castle and Hachigata-jo Castle of the Hojo clan, but he failed but Sekijuku-jo Castle surrendered.
  831. As soon as Yamato Takeru returned from his conquest of the savage tribes in the western regions, the Emperor Keiko ordered him to subjugate the savage tribes in the eastern regions.
  832. As soon as a new predict appears on the market, they try it, and if disagreeable, they will not buy it again.
  833. As soon as he knew about Nobunaga's death, however, he dispatched troop and won the Battle of Nakatomi River and took complete control of Awa Province and Sanuki Province.
  834. As soon as he returned to Japan, he went back to Korea with the Japanese army led by Masatake TERAUCHI and had the Jemulpo Agreement concluded, in which the Korean government agreed to compensate for the damages Japan suffered in the incident as well as the full time stationing of the Japanese army in Seoul Special City.
  835. As soon as he was enthroned, he allowed many princes to be demoted from nobles to subjects; due to his illness, his son, Emperor Uda (Sadami) was returned as a prince on August 25, Ninna 3 and Emperor Uda became the crown prince on August 26, Ninna 4.
  836. As soon as hearing the report, Sogo showed a keen interest in it, gathered the executives of JNR and had the research officer concerned at the laboratory talk about its details.
  837. As soon as information on Honnoji Incident was conveyed, Nagahide NIWA immediately killed Nobusumi following Nobutaka's order.
  838. As soon as informed by the forward messenger sent from the wholesaler, send workers and horses without delay.
  839. As soon as it was revealed, Jitsunyo nullified the excommunication.
  840. As soon as its opening, contemporary dramas were temporarily filmed here since Kamata Studio was badly damaged by The Great Kanto Earthquake.
  841. As soon as knowing of this affair on the following day, Prussian, Portuguese and American ministers and French consul protested against the Nagasaki magistrate, saying his behavior was inhuman.
  842. As soon as the Battle of Anegawa ended, Sawayama-jo Castle was besieged by the Oda army.
  843. As soon as the Imperial Prince was born, he was adopted by FUJIWARA no Tokushi (Nariko) (Bifukumonin) who gave birth to the younger brother of the Emperor who was heir apparent.
  844. As soon as the Japanese disembarked, the armored local soldiers rushed at them.
  845. As soon as the Otsu Incident happened, she deplored and fussed that a national emergency had occurred, however, the close people ignored her fuss thinking 'there she goes again.'
  846. As soon as the fish are caught, the boats will go back to the port and it only takes one to a few hours for the boats to go fishing and come back to the port.
  847. As soon as the girl wearing male clothes enters the Imperial Court as 'a young prince,' she shows her ability and takes the high road to success, while she is still young.
  848. As soon as the government army learned that the Satsuma army were storming in full strength by a report from the reconnaissance party and urgent messages from the respective troops, it dispatched the reinforcements to the troops, while having the Brigadier MIYOSHI advance for Sakoma in person.
  849. As soon as the news of Sanekata's death reached Kyoto, a strange rumor started to circulate.
  850. As soon as the van of the Sogo force crossed the river, the Chosokabe force broke the dam, which they already had built to stop the flow upstream.
  851. As soon as this miracle became widely known to the world, so many patients and people who wanted to be his disciples rushed to him.
  852. As soson (a community consisting of peasants' self-governing association) developed, villages made their own regulations on how to carry out religious services and how to maintain the local temple, according to rules called "so okite."
  853. As speaking only Japanese presents no inconvenience to people who live in Japan, there are few people who speak foreign languages.
  854. As special ways to pay the fare, there are some cases where the customer of a taxi takes no means of payment with him/her or only with his/her business card as a ticket and makes a promise to accept the bill from the taxi company later.
  855. As specific policy measures, kenchi (land survey), katanagari (sword hunt) and kaizoku kinshirei (ban on piracy) were conducted.
  856. As specific remedies for tuberculosis like streptomycin had already been developed, he almost recovered by 1957 after being treated by those remedies.
  857. As specified in the Constitution of Japan, the regent is a position to carry out national affairs in the name of the emperor, and has exactly the same authority as the emperor regarding national affairs.
  858. As spring blooms into full glory, his love for Murasaki no ue, who loved spring, grows.
  859. As sprouts grew from the left-over roots, the trees were repeatedly utilized in the same manner for 10 to 20 years.
  860. As stage effects in ceremonies.
  861. As stage settings for Kabuki plays became larger, mawari-butai (revolving stages) which rotate horizontally with large props and actors on them appeared in Horeki period (1751-1763).
  862. As stated above, Anrakujuin Temple originated as a Buddha hall (principal image was Amida Nyorai) built at the East Palace of Toba Rikyu by Retired Emperor Toba and founded in 1137 (according to the Kamakura period history text "Hyakurensho").
  863. As stated above, Heijo-kyo is now read as 'Heijo-kyo' or 'Heizei-kyo,' however, it is believed that it was once read as 'Nara no Miyako.'
  864. As stated above, Muni SHINMEN had been a vassal of the Kuroda family at the Battle of Sekigahara of 1600.
  865. As stated above, Shimai has another characteristic of eliciting forces and tension from inside out, producing a large impact on the audience.
  866. As stated above, Tomoari not only liked field works throughout his life, but also he extensively read a wide variety of literature.
  867. As stated above, a regional difference in food culture in present-day prefectures occurs not only because of a difference in products picked inland and at beaches, but also because of the merger of two or more domains whose food culture and customs were different.
  868. As stated above, at first glance, Japanese steam locomotives preserved in a dynamic state seem to be many in number and are still brilliant.
  869. As stated above, esan kiitsu was created by the Tendai sect, which regards the Lotus Sutra as the highest, and was adopted by various schools in the Nichiren sect.
  870. As stated above, he said it showed all the power of Amida Buddha.
  871. As stated above, his policy administration would be a compromise between conservative and reformist policies.
  872. As stated above, it was impossible then to completely negate Yoshinaka's achievements when Kyoto was under the control of Yoshinaka's force.
  873. As stated above, machiai-chaya is now used for eating and drinking, and having a good time with geisha girls.
  874. As stated above, making hoshi-imo is not complicated, but it takes time and labor.
  875. As stated above, paraphrasing a paragraph about 'harvesting in fall for winter storage' discovered in "the Nirvana Sutra," he maintained that the Buddhist truths (perfect, eternal truths) revealed in "the Nirvana Sutra" have their origin in "the Lotus Sutra."
  876. As stated above, she had another name, Tamura no hime miko.
  877. As stated above, shrines may exist within other buildings so their structure may not necessarily of a Japanese style.
  878. As stated above, the Hokke-do enshrining Kenshunmon-in and the Hokke-do enshrining the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa stood alongside one another to the west of Rengeo-in Temple.
  879. As stated above, the Kyoho era was also an era when new developments were achieved in the fields of study and thought.
  880. As stated above, the Shogun was suddenly killed, and the supreme position in the Muromachi Bakufu was left vacant.
  881. As stated above, the document was found in several fragments, which gave some information on the date of death (period approximately from July 23 to 28) for several people who deceased in July 790, and gave no information on their names, ages, and so on.
  882. As stated above, the genealogy around MINAMOTO no Suesada is not settled yet.
  883. As stated above, the main hall was constructed during the Momoyama period (1599) in the shinden-zukuri style.
  884. As stated above, the street opened relatively recently in the center of the city so it hasn't attracted many commercial facilities, even though it's located between Kawaramachi-dori Street and Gion.
  885. As stated above, the temple has two names as jigo: "Oka-dera Temple" and "Ryugai-ji Temple".
  886. As stated above, there is a tendency to think 'calling myogo is the best thing to do.'
  887. As stated above, there were also some cases where the failure by autonomy body was conducive to participants' disregard for the ceremony.
  888. As stated above, they are roughly classified into two.
  889. As stated before, the name of 'Ochiba no miya' was originally a disparaging name, so she is often called Onnna Ninomiya or Suzakuin Onna Ninomiya in order to distinguish her from the other Onna Ninomiya (the second princess).
  890. As stated below, after the Toyotomi government had fallen, some of the Yuhitsushu were hired by the Tokugawa government, and the term Yuhitsushu was also adopted by the Edo Bakufu.
  891. As stated earlier, he is an ancestor of SUGAWARA no Michizane who is known as the god of learning, and from the Sugawara clan derived the Gojo family, a Court noble.
  892. As stated in the preceding paragraph, all the rice fields before the modern times were Tanada, so historically there was no distinction between 'Tanada' and 'rice paddies.'
  893. As stated previously, the Great Buddha was planned to be built in the present Koga City in Shiga Prefecture at first, rather than in Nara.
  894. As stated previously, the head family of Kano was succeeded by the Nakabashi Family of Yasunobu, a brother of Tanyu.
  895. As statistical figures on the discriminated class living in such communities since 1756 are available, and the aggregated figures of the two categories are shown below for reference.
  896. As steel nails were excavated from the passage during this excavation, there is a possibility that wooden coffins were additionally buried.
  897. As stipulated in the law, originally Koden was treated as Yusoden (rice fields subject to taxation) like Kubunden (rice fields given to each farmer under the Ritsuryo system), but later, after the Heian period, Koden tended to be treated as Fuyusoden (tax free rice fields).
  898. As straw-made ashinaka is expensive, vinyl-made ahinaka is often used.
  899. As students continued to sing the antiwar song while the Emperor was in the building and the number of students increased further, a large group of people gathered in front of the clock tower and eventually blocked the Emperor's car.
  900. As subordinates there were 10 yoriki and 15 doshin.
  901. As subordinates there were 10 yoriki and 50 doshin.
  902. As subordinates there were 20 yoriki (a police sergeant) and 50 doshin doshin (a police constable).
  903. As subordinates there were 30 yoriki and 50 doshin.
  904. As subordinates there were 8 yoriki and 60 doshin.
  905. As successive shogun, including Ieyasu Tokugawa, Hidetada TOKUGAWA and Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, favored Noh, sarugaku had a big implication during the Edo period as the culture of the samurai society.
  906. As successor to the Empress Dowager Shoken, the Empress Teimei promoted silk yarn threads and the silk industry; she herself, engaged in the production of sericulture (Kogo's Goshinsan [Empress's sericulture]).
  907. As such Jikaku started to be used for the hierarchy and status of temples within various other sects.
  908. As such a class division furthered among the population of peasants, the governmental control based upon the ritsuryo system gradually relaxed, and the bureaucratic procedures such as the household registers (koseki), the yearly tax registers (handen), and allotting of cultivation fields (handen) were no longer carried out.
  909. As such sake is sold wholesale (oroshi or oroshiuri in Japanese) without conducting hiire (wholesale of sake in cold status), such a name came into existence.
  910. As such stories indicate, it is said that Tadatsugu suffered adversity in his later years.
  911. As such, 'gotoku,' a reverse reading of 'kudoko,' was adopted as the new name for the inverted equipment, and the Chinese characters meaning 'five eternal virtues' were appropriated for the word gotoku.
  912. As such, Dai-Nihon Brewery spearheaded research into the development of alternative beers with less barley or even no barley.
  913. As such, Gyokushu was largely self-taught having painted for a long time without studying under a single master.
  914. As such, Kengyo YOSHIZAWA's achievements in the koto music of the end of the Edo Period are extremely noteworthy.
  915. As such, Kurodani in Mt. Hiei was called Moto (original) Kurodani, and the land of Okazaki was called Shin (new) Kurodani.
  916. As such, Mototada started his career as a performer in relatively smooth water, but when Takakuni HOSOKAWA was killed in a battle in 1531 and the authority of the shogun family became weaker, the Kanze-za which had strong links with the Bakufu for generations also got into trouble.
  917. As such, Shigetomo, the older brother, came to be called '孫市' and Shigehide, the younger brother, came to be called '孫一' according to one theory.
  918. As such, Soseki's childhood was full of troubles.
  919. As such, Toshihisa made a big contribution to the Shimazu family.
  920. As such, a particular feature of such music is its regional roots and handing down to others.
  921. As such, after his death he was called Hozen to be distinguished from others named Zengoro.
  922. As such, an assumption can be established that an attempt was made to correct the change in the enshrined deity in Aramatsuri-no-miya Shrine since the Fujiwara lineage replaced the Watarai clan, who originally served in the religious services of the Inner Shrine as well.
  923. As such, authorities such as the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and healthcare centers give warning to restaurants and the public that "chicken meat needs to undergo sufficient heat treatment in cooking."
  924. As such, because she died before her husband and children advanced in the world, details of her life are few.
  925. As such, differing views existed such as letting tanka take the form of short verselets or having tanka go far beyond 31 syllables.
  926. As such, emphasis is placed on bodhisattva (compassion) amongst the so called Rokuharamitsu (six virtues of Buddha) where altruism is put into practice.
  927. As such, gakaku was often used for horaku (pleasures of pious life) in the medieval period.
  928. As such, he abandoned the family estate of Asada Domain and hurriedly entered into priesthood.
  929. As such, he significantly disregarded Kofuku-ji Temple.
  930. As such, he was enjoying productive activities.
  931. As such, he was shot by arrows that penetrated his helmet; arrows struck his skull, he fell backwards of his steed, and it is said that Yoshitomo's younger brother Tomonaga was also struck in the thigh by arrows.
  932. As such, in the later middle ages the social order was actually secured based on the league of ikki.
  933. As such, in wasan it was not possible to calculate integration as an opposite of a differential nor was it possible to utilize partial integration.
  934. As such, it can be said there was some window dressing of the family tree for this reason or, subsequently in 1567 there was embellishment to the pedigree to secure an appointment as Governor of Mikawa Province.
  935. As such, it falls under the control of laws and regulations concerning crimes related to gambling and the lottery.
  936. As such, it is considered that it was not such a system to allow the husband to easily and arbitrarily divorce his wife.
  937. As such, it is estimated that this earthquake was caused by the movement of several faults at the same time.
  938. As such, it is thought to have been one item amongst traditional new year ('Osechi') foods consumed by members of Japan's imperial court for as long as 600 years.
  939. As such, it took on a meaning that was the complete opposite of the original 'adopting foreign knowledge and applying it flexibly'.
  940. As such, it was common to select a capable individual for the role of Yonin.
  941. As such, people observed a scene just like the one described in the proverb, "a cornered mouse will bite the cat", running true to form.
  942. As such, slavery existed under the Ritsuryo system.
  943. As such, the Chinju-fu Shogun role was for all intents and purposes converted into an honorary post, and as the shogun seldom stayed in Chinju-fu (Northern bases), the Chinju-fu (Northern bases) were abolished earlier than the provincial governments.
  944. As such, the Montei separated into respective genealogies, but these genealogies are collectively called the Soseki HIKITA-ha group.
  945. As such, the Ritsuryo system was formed during the Northern Dynasties.
  946. As such, the analysis concludes that the expedition was a success politically and diplomatically.
  947. As such, the area around the river seems to have suffered from floods.
  948. As such, the east and west of Maizuru possess different characteristics, between which there still remains an "east and west competition," which dates back to the times of Old Maizuru City and Higashi-Maizuru City.
  949. As such, the giseikan had very important duties and virtually controlled political decision-making.
  950. As such, the new chronology isn't perfect either.
  951. As such, the police completely enforced this law and completely confiscated such weapons.
  952. As such, the relationship between master and vassal among samurai was not absolute.
  953. As such, the rescue plan for the situation was required.
  954. As such, the settlement was the birthplace of Aoyama Gakuin, Rikkyo Gakuin, Meiji Gakuin and Joshi St. Gakuin (all schools).
  955. As such, the sokoku was starting to show signs of collapse.
  956. As such, there were often quarrels as to who holds the shomuken.
  957. As such, they are presented the sacred treasures of the emperor.'
  958. As such, this indicates the condition when one hear the sound of chants being intoned one sense that those in Paradise are working on our behalf which is why it is said we respond by chanting.
  959. As such, this is a particularly reliable resource for the works of Nagatoshi himself as well as his father, Nobumitsu KANZEKOJIRO, and Zenpo KONPARU, who was also active during this period.
  960. As such, those samurai who obeyed the order to kill members of the Taira clan were recognized as gokenin (shogun retainers) and many were given recognition and guarantees of ownership of their principal residences in an act known as `Hontaku Ando` (confirmation of a family's possession of its residence and the immediately adjacent land).
  961. As such, various plans were presented and the discussion degenerated into confusion; at last, KIRINO concluded that 'we should take decisive action, …, the only way for us is to dispatch the whole troops with colors flying' and the whole assembly agreed on the opinion of dispatching the whole troops.
  962. As such, we all want everything is secured under the sun, but even a little boy can expect that won't be easy.
  963. As such, when looking at cases where the hikan contributed to a victory, there is no lack of examples where the fortunes of battle shifted because of betrayals to hostile forces.
  964. As summarized, when the wife of Futoshi TOHEI, the retainer of Tokikage KOBAYASHI was riding a horse and had the other horse carry her baggage, Tokiie wrested those two horses from her.
  965. As supervisor of Kanke Roka, a government-backed school run from his house that was founded by his grandfather, Michizane trained many talented people.
  966. As surviving articles in Japan, a statue (National Treasure) in Hokkedo (Sangatsudo) of Todai-ji Temple is known.
  967. As symbolized by the words of Soteki ASAKURA 'winning is everything for a warrior, even though he may be called a dog or beast', it involves a harsh philosophy where winning a battle is important, even if one might be criticized for being a coward.
  968. As synephrine is contained much in unripe green fruit, it is said to be good to eat an immature one.
  969. As system of appellation of origin, France's Appellation d'Origine Contr?l?e (AOC) and the United States' American Viticultural Areas (A.V.A. for short) are established as legal systems.
  970. As tea book "Nanporoku" ('31' (三一) and '32' (三二)) says that 'there is an existing method because there is no existing method; neither being too carried away with scenery nor indulging in amusement like chat is favorable, and only a great master can be successful.
  971. As temples and shrines controlled the family registration of common people at that time, the role of Jisha-bugyo, which managed litigation and family registration, was similar to the present Ministry of Justice.
  972. As textile of hitoe is included in Takakurake choshin hikae gire(Takakura family order sample cloths), the possession of Kokugakuin University, it is with smaller saiwai bishi (a pattern of cloth) than that for adult women.
  973. As that railway business was favorable with high profitability, Jutaro planed to make thirty-six miles of railway from Sakai to Wakayama and established Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd. to become its president in 1895.
  974. As the "gon" of Gongen means "provisional" or "temporary," as shown in "Gon-dainagon (an acting chief councilor of state), Gongen indicates a Buddha that has tentatively appeared in the form of a god.
  975. As the 'Dairi koban' (night guard in the Imperial Court) system was established in the early-modern times, noshi (everyday clothes for nobles) and ikan became common as daily work clothes other than ceremonies.
  976. As the 'Fundoshi' (loincloth) is designed to cover the genital region, the Fundoshi's use is a symbol that celebrates the wearers capacity to reproduce.
  977. As the 'Furisode,' a long-sleeved kimono became popular among women, a bridal costume was also derived from 'Furisode.'
  978. As the 'hoji' in the name suggests, bancha leaves are roasted for hojicha brewing.
  979. As the 'nanbon-joshi' scale is reduced by one degree, the fundamental tone will be lower by a half tone, and the length of the tube proportionally longer.
  980. As the 'sound' of Shinkansen trains, the onomatopoeic expression of 'byuwaan' was used from the early days, and was often taken up by the media as well (used in commercials for travels using Shinkansen, and included in the song of 'Hashire-hashire chotokkyu' (Go, go, super express).
  981. As the 6 volumes were also later scattered and ultimately lost, no copies have been found today.
  982. As the Amago army became aware of their movements, they decided to have Katsuhisa AMAGO stay at Suetsugu-jo Castle and stop Mori in Fubeyama, while they would go through and reach Gassantoda-jo Castle from Iwamiji Road.
  983. As the Asami clan that fought against the Azai clan during the Sukemasa's reign also used the title of Tsushima no kami (Governor of Tsushima Province), they could be father and son.
  984. As the Ashikaga force's counteroffensive intensified, Mt. Otoko fell on May 11 and while Emperor Gomurakami retreated to Kawachi Province, the Imperial army was pursued fiercely suffering numerous casualties during the retreating battle.
  985. As the Bakufu's power declined, opportunities for Mototada to perform significantly decreased.
  986. As the Buddhist prediction of Mappo coincided with the real social situation, people's anxiety for real society deepened and they became addicted to pessimistic philosophy in order to escape from such anxiety.
  987. As the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa and MINAMOTO no Yoritomo had already died and Kanezane KUJO was overthrown, the entire Imperial Court, bakufu and In heeded Michichika's opinions and the situation that make people remember the former regency government was created.
  988. As the Cloistered Emperor Toba made a favorite of Bifukumonin - her cousin FUJIWARA no Ienari was well-established as the head of In no kinshin (the retired emperor's trusted vassals).
  989. As the Daikanjin (chief fundraiser) of Todai-ji Temple, he restored the temple after it was destroyed by fire in the Jisho-Juei War.
  990. As the Edo bakufu and each domain relied on the yield of rice for their source of funds, Bunchi Seigen-rei (the law to control the division of lands) was issued in 1673 for the purpose of maintaining the honbyakusho class.
  991. As the Edo bakufu put Kanei Tsuho (coins) of stable quality into circulation and strongly prohibit Torai-sen and Shichusen, akusen disappeared and Erizeni was not carried out any more.
  992. As the Edo shogunate was formed, however, control of the Masu-za in Kyoto was relaxed, and the Kanei era saw the manufacture of kyo-masu measuring 64,827 cubic bu, which was larger than those of the Toyotomi government.
  993. As the Emperor Suiko said "masasabi (swords) produced in Kure (Wu-southern part of ancient China) are the best", swords imported from China were mainly used during ancient times.
  994. As the Emperor expressed no-confidence on him on October 22 of that year, he was forced to resign on October 24.
  995. As the Emperor had desired that his official duties and others should be reviewed after 2009, the 20th anniversary of his enthronement, the Imperial Household Agency did not announce the measures to reduce the Emperor's burden until January 29, 2009.
  996. As the Emperor inherits three sacred imperial treasures and Crown Prince does Tsubokiri no Mitsurugi (the sword Tsubokiri) from one generation to the next, there is the treasure of the clan that each toshi choja inherits from generation to generation.
  997. As the Emperor said that, if so, the sword Tsubokiri would be unnecessary, the sword Tsubokiri was finally given after the accession.
  998. As the Emperor was concerned about a grudge, he gave a tsuigo, Emperor Sudo, to Imperial Prince Sawara on August 16, 800, renamed Imperial Princess Inoe's mausoleum as Misasagi and recouped the lack of an Empress.
  999. As the Emperor was of a very young age, the kind of cruel acts we see in "Shoki" (short for Nihonshoki) are considered impossible, though there are various theories about the age of Emperor Buretsu.
  1000. As the Emperor was only 9 years old at the time, Mototsune was named Sessho (regent), following the precedent set by Yoshifusa.

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