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  1. There are normally 4 Jutai and they divide the bell body into 4 parts (some modern bells have 5).
  2. There are not a few cases of witness accounts.
  3. There are not many cases of Honi being granted to gods.
  4. There are not many descriptions about Oyamatsumi himself, but the god called the son of Oyamatsumi sometimes appears in the myth.
  5. There are not many famous Hichiriki flutes, so only names of Kaizokumaru, Namigaeshi, Fudemaru, Hikomaru, Iwanami, Takiotoshi, and Kokimurasaki have been handed down.
  6. There are not many historical materials left with records on local currencies and Bochusen because they were minted secretly.
  7. There are not many landscape paintings, but he painted vivid pictures of flowers and birds; his paintings of fowls show particularly outstanding work.
  8. There are not many naginata of this type, and they are very rare.
  9. There are not many records of okage mairi of the Keian era, so details of it are not known.
  10. There are not many regions in the world other than Japan that consume salmon roe as it contains a lot of cholesterol.
  11. There are not many shrines that have Amenooshihi no Mikoto as its enshrined deity.
  12. There are not rules fixed for the layout of the dairi-bina and the other dolls.
  13. There are not so many songs that modern people like.
  14. There are not such Royal Families now because some died out or some let go of their mythologies converting to Christianity, not an unusual transformation for the Imperial Family Household.
  15. There are not very many shrines that enshrine Amatsukume no mikoto.
  16. There are now four towns prefixed by 'Izumoji.'
  17. There are now numerous photo books and websites containing various photos of danchi.
  18. There are numerous ferry routes in the Sea of Japan.
  19. There are numerous historical records after the reign of Emperor Kanmu regarding the emperor going to Katano in Kawachi Province (the birthplace of the Kudaranokonikishi Clan) for hunting purposes.
  20. There are numerous little bridges built over Nishitakase-gawa River and, particularly in Uzumasa, there is a bridge for every house.
  21. There are numerous points of views regarding what took place during the processing of post-war matters, but at any rate, it is certain that Wakoku accepted the peace accord.
  22. There are numerous shrines and temples at the foot of Higashiyama mountain range.
  23. There are numerous theories about the origin of the contents, including the direct line imperial succession code theory, which advocates that it is a code for transcending the Imperial Throne from father to son, and there is no established theory.
  24. There are numerous theories regarding the circumstances of their creation and themes, but the humorous animal caricatures of the first volume are particularly outstanding and considered to be the origin of modern Japanese Manga culture.
  25. There are numerous theories regarding the establishment of the shrine.
  26. There are numerous works by the painter Tessai TOMIOKA at Kurumazaki-jinja Shrine as he briefly served as chief priest and these are managed by the 'Kurumazaki Archives.'
  27. There are obi with exquisite colors and shapes to draw attention, and there are obi wide enough to cover more than half of the book from the bottom.
  28. There are obvious advantages in this relationship on the geigi's side.
  29. There are occasions when tsuma is used in such a way as 'not even tsuma for sashimi' (it is below garnish) to describe 'worthless', 'small-scale', 'casual treatment' and so on.
  30. There are occasions where treatise-based learning is reflected in speech.
  31. There are one building for training and one for the facility's specialty.
  32. There are one hundred volumes in total.
  33. There are one inner circular moat more than eight meters in width and four to five outer circular moats four to five meters in width.
  34. There are only 8 records of Sokei's matches, and his performance was 7 wins and 1 loss.
  35. There are only a few Bosatsu statues that still exist today, including the one with 20 arms in Daihozoden (Treasure House) of Horyu-ji Temple, Nara Prefecture.
  36. There are only a few documents in which Shinseki (original handwriting) of emperors before the Medieval Period exists, and many of them have been designated as a national treasures or important cultural properties.
  37. There are only a few old Tsurushikazaris left now, because people normally burn them at New Year Dondoyaki (fire festival) at each point of life of their children like 7th birthday, coming of age and getting married.
  38. There are only a few remaining.
  39. There are only a few restrictions about costumes and props.
  40. There are only a few ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) that are still kept in the same place in old shukuba-machi (post station) in a way exactly the same as before.
  41. There are only a few written records of the Kikyogahara battle, for example, the Yajima bunsho, and there is no proof whether the battle in fact took place or not.
  42. There are only few festivals in which the yamakasa retains the shape of a sasa yamagasa to the end.
  43. There are only four (or three; see below for further details) tea bowls identified as existing Yohen Tenmoku tea bowls in the world.
  44. There are only limited monthly data as most data are provided yearly.
  45. There are only slightly more than ten poems known to be her's at present.
  46. There are only steps from the road to the platform (please refer to the image), so disabled persons--including those in wheelchairs--must be assisted in using the steps.
  47. There are only steps from the track level to the platform level (please refer to the image), so disabled persons--including those in wheelchairs--must be assisted when using the steps.
  48. There are only three routes that connect Old Kaminaka-cho and Old Mikata-cho: the JR Obama Line (Tenguyama Tunnel), Wakasa Ume-kaido agricultural road (Wakasa Tunnel), National Route 27 (Kurami-toge Mountain Pass).
  49. There are only two extant copies, one owned by the Yamaguchiken Bunshokan (Yamaguchi Prefectural Archives) and the other by the Mori family.
  50. There are opinions insisting that the meat of poached whales and smuggled whale meat exist.
  51. There are opinions on where in Bungo Province Musashi was sent.
  52. There are opinions that Japanese Tojo was also influenced by Shijin-soo (an ideal topography for the four Taoist gods, with a river in the east, a broad avenue in the west, a basin in the south, and a hill in the north), an idea of Onmyodo (way of Yin and Yang; occult divination system based on the Taoist theory of the five elements).
  53. There are opinions that doubt whether Emperors in ancient times succeeded to the Imperial Throne based on blood relationships in the first place.
  54. There are oshibori companies in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom.
  55. There are other Go such as Chikuo, Bousai, Kousai, Usen, Hoteian and Museishikaku.
  56. There are other Nanori (announcement of one's name) for Sukekage, such as Masakage, Masukage, Murakage and Yoshikage, therefore it is still unknown how he was actually called.
  57. There are other Tosho (high court nobility) branches, the Ishino, Higashisono, Mibu, Ishiyama, and Rokkaku families.
  58. There are other ambiguous points.
  59. There are other compounds in addition to those described above.
  60. There are other descriptions such as Rusuigashira and Orusui.
  61. There are other examples where a Myoseki name is somehow determined without seriously taking into consideration the number of generations.
  62. There are other explanations for the origin of the name: one is that makunouchi means 'behind curtains,' describing where actors ate their bento.
  63. There are other facilities such as an administration building, a pre-fabricated building which is being used for living space, laundry, a shower room and a former dining room etc.
  64. There are other features to be seen than the above, which, however, differ by the district of each butsudan.
  65. There are other formal names for use in summer and winter, although they are rarely used today.
  66. There are other legends concerning this event, but their veracity is uncertain.
  67. There are other methods as; roasting (Kamairi), boiling (for Bancha [coarse tea], etc.), baking, sun drying (exposure to sunlight).
  68. There are other mobile forms of street stalls: a bicycle mobile store, manually propelled, a store propelled with a motor bicycle, such as a rear car (a bicycle-drawn cart, a bicycle trailer).
  69. There are other names for this period such as the Tokugawa period and the feudal government period.
  70. There are other opinions such as large scale public work, such as digging a moat, was practiced to tighten the union of the community, or to create and increase group consciousness by enclosing the group.
  71. There are other opinions such as that describing the book as 'a collection of poems to be handed down forever' (by Keichu and Masazumi KAMOCHI), and that yo (of Man-yo-shu, 葉) should be literally understood as a leaf and 'the leaves were likened to poems.'
  72. There are other opinions.
  73. There are other places named Kokuga, for example:
  74. There are other specific folds.
  75. There are other theories about the genealogy of the family.
  76. There are other theories as to who the compiler was other than OKIHARA no Minoku, and some of the candidates that came up were Shinto priests of the Isonokami-jingu Shrine, Yakatsugu ISONOKAMI and YATABE no Kinmochi.
  77. There are other theories in that say he learned the technique of paper making and started production in Najio.
  78. There are other theories on this issue: the Yamatohime no Okimi enthronement theory says that the empress of Emperor Tenchi, Yamatohime no Okimi, was enthroned instead of Prince Otomo, and the Yamatohime no Okimi Shosei theory says that Yamatohime no Okimi ruled the country without official accession to the Chrysanthemum Throne.
  79. There are other theories saying that it was year 1510 (Uesugishoshi-shojo), 1530, 1542, or 1554.
  80. There are other theories that it is to devote three treasures of Buddhism, 'Buddha, sutras and priesthood,' and that it is to cast away three poisonous earthly desires (greed, anger and complaint) one by one.
  81. There are other theories that somen was transferred from the Yuan Dynasty through exchanges of zen monks and trading in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  82. There are other theories that the maneki-neko originates from Jishoin Temple in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo.
  83. There are other theories to the reason of reading 'shaku'.
  84. There are other translations such as Shiyuishu, Joryo, Kiaku, Kudokusorin and Nenshu.
  85. There are other unanswered questions.
  86. There are other vantage points: the view from the east side is called Sesshukan (
  87. There are other variations of stuffed peppers where meatball mixture is used instead of hamburger mixture and tuna is used instead of meat.
  88. There are other variations of this song, none of which is considered as the correct version.
  89. There are other various theories as to when Ryoma became a disciple of KATSU and with whom Ryoma went to meet KATSU.
  90. There are other works that do not fit into the 5-7-5 form, such as those with less than the fixed number of syllables and those with overlapping verses.
  91. There are others who believe that it had appeared in the Daiji (Japan) era (1126 - 1131).
  92. There are otsuzumi-kata (large hand drum players) and kotsuzumi-kata (small hand drum players).
  93. There are over 35 variations by ingredients.
  94. There are over 40 works in existence that have been authenticated as Kaikei's work, either from his inscription or from historic documents, though the year of production for many is unclear.
  95. There are over 50 Myoken-sha shrines in Chiba Prefecture, counting only those which have registered as a religious corporation.
  96. There are over 50,000 in total, and have all been designated as Important Cultural Properties as the oldest books in print in Japan.
  97. There are particularly extensive descriptions related to Nigihayahi (child of Tenjin (god of heaven)), the Soshin (ancestor honored as god) of the Mononobe clan, which led to opinions that the text were extracted from a Mononobe document, a document that no longer exists.
  98. There are patterns such as doshinen-mon design, spiral-mon design, parallel lines-mon design, feather-mon design and triangle-mon design clearly curved convexly on them.
  99. There are people who research jori remains as a hobby out of interest in history and geography.
  100. There are people who say that 'no accompanying dishes are necessary if there is good-tasting cooked rice,' but this is not nutritiously possible with white rice.
  101. There are personnel information of sohonzan in sohonzan rokuji.
  102. There are pit-type sekkaku (stone surrounding wooden coffins), nendokaku (clay surrounding wood coffins), and hakoshiki-sekkan stone coffins and wood coffins.
  103. There are places using the name of "Horinouchi" nationwide, which originates from the Horinouchi in medieval Japan.
  104. There are plain Byakue costumes, but they usually have letters printed on the back.
  105. There are plain post cards and those with printed illustrations.
  106. There are plenty of dishes derived from tonkatsu and all sorts of variations have been confirmed.
  107. There are points dotted around with altitude over 900m, such as Mikuni-dake Mountain (959m) the highest point, then Karakasa Pass (935m), and Mt. Onomurawaridake (931.7m) located in its southern to eastern part, about two thirds of the entire area is at an altitude of between 600m to 800m.
  108. There are possibilities that many tumuluses are still buried under the ground, yet to be discovered.
  109. There are probably various species which have red or yellow ball or egg shaped fruits, but all of them are considered Shinamizakura.
  110. There are processed food products that soymilk is used instead of milk, such as yogurt, cheese, and ice cream.
  111. There are products similar to karinto including Hoten, Kaminari and Kuroneji.
  112. There are pros and cons about these changes in karuta that reflect the times.
  113. There are pros and cons regarding them.
  114. There are proverbs that involve shojin (small person, small character, physically short person, Issunboshi) such as, if a small person sits idle he will do something that's not good, which means that if a person of small character has too much time on his hands he will do something that's not good.
  115. There are quite a few Buddhist temples that lodge worshippers in the Shukubo (priest's quarters) and provide Shojin ryori with the aim of having them experience a part of the ascetic training of Buddhism.
  116. There are quite a few duos or trios of manzai-shi where the boke person(s) develop the plot.
  117. There are quite a few examples of towns boasting 'streets with many kura storehouses' as tourist spots.
  118. There are quite a few other works in other genres (such as the jiuta [traditional songs with shamisen accompaniment] "Tamatori ama" [Pearl Fisherman]) based on this play.
  119. There are quite a lot of differences concerning the brothers of Yamato Takeru no Mikoto and the relationship of his wives and their children between the "Kojiki" and the "Nihonshoki."
  120. There are rachi (fences) on the both sides of the basou.
  121. There are rare cases of mainly women having kept a bird in the past becoming allergic to hen's egg in their adulthood.
  122. There are rare cases where only wood is used.
  123. There are records describing Sadayoshi OKUNO also as bangashira, which may be evidence that the terms bangashira and kumigashira were synonymous in the domain.
  124. There are records of slave hunts and robbery in many places and certain people were sold to overseas countries.
  125. There are records of the fence surrounding the honden (main hall) being repaired in BC 90 and some theories claim that the shrine may have been established around this time.
  126. There are records showing that Yodo-dono and Harunaga ONO were foster brothers, and that their adultery was rumored.
  127. There are records stating that the schools which had prohibited doing matches since the time of their founding were forced to conduct training matches (except for the Jigen-ryu School in the Satsuma domain etc).
  128. There are records that in 1609 Ukai was performed before Louis XIII, King of France, when he was the Crown Prince, and that in 1618 a grower barn and pond for cormorant, osprey, and otter of James I, King of England was planned to be built in Westminster.
  129. There are records, including an anecdote about Mitsukuni sending dogs' fur to Tsunayoshi to protest against the Shorui Awaremi no Rei, showing that Mitsukuni spoke frankly to Tsunayoshi.
  130. There are rectangular holes called byojo on several of the bamboo tubes, and their lengths as resonant tubes are determined by the locations of this holes, not by the entire length of the bamboo tubes.
  131. There are regional differences in the style of beating the drum, and so there are differences in the calls such as 'cho-sa-ja (or yo-issa-ja),' 'sorya-sorya,' and 'yo-sa-ja, yoiyoi-sa-ja.'
  132. There are regional differences in the style of the kadomatsu.
  133. There are regional differences with respect to pouring and the amount of syrup used.
  134. There are regions in which thin congee similar to sanbugayu is treated as a soup and called 'mi tang' or 'liao ming tang.'
  135. There are regions where local people eat tempura dipped in soy sauce and Worcester sauce.
  136. There are regions where tsuya are not performed, such as in some parts of Akita Prefecture.
  137. There are regions, such as in some parts of Hokkaido, where it is common for non-family members to attend only the tsuya and not the funeral as it is more difficult to attend funerals because of work.
  138. There are relatively easily denatured kinds such as Edohigan, Yamazakura, Oshimazakura, which were therefore used often for improvements of species, along with the development of horticultural technology.
  139. There are relatively many legends related to big volcanoes in eastern Japan.
  140. There are remains of Horiguchi Yakata (castle) in Horiguchi-machi, Ota City, Gunma Prefecture (former Horiguchi, Ojima-machi, Nitta County) and the wooden poles beside the river bank of Haya-kawa River indicate the site.
  141. There are remains of Okura-yakata (the Okura residence) in Okura, Ranzan-machi, Hiki-gun, Saitama Prefecture.
  142. There are remains of a moat called "Umeta" (literally, buried paddy field) between the front side of the remains of the residences of vassals and the Uono-gawa River.
  143. There are residential areas at Hieidaira along the road, which branches into Hieizan Driveway heading toward the top of Mt. Hiei.
  144. There are restaurants that suggest to quarter the dish first and eat the last portion using one's favorite method.
  145. There are restaurants, cafes, and cultural facilities, such as museums, galleries, and art glass studios utilizing the historic streetscape and the old buildings.
  146. There are restrooms located inside the platform's ticket gate: men's and women's toilets are separate, each being a vault toilet.
  147. There are roughly 80 ponds of various sizes, where the number of rainbow trout is estimated at 1.6 million.
  148. There are roughly six periods with Kawachi-Genji.
  149. There are roughly ten thousand shrines (according to Shoji OKADA, 3953 shrines) enshrining Tenjin (Michizane), mostly in Kyushu and western Japan, under the names Tenmangu Shrine, Tenman-jinja Shrine, Kitano-jinja Shrine, Sugawara-jinja Shrine, Ten-jinja Shrine, etc., and it ranks third in the number of branch shrines.
  150. There are roughly three types of soup.
  151. There are roughly three ways in selecting the center of the house.
  152. There are roughly two types of stories that a rakugoka performs.
  153. There are roughly two ways for such special treatment; laying something under such a utensil, or treating it in the same manner as treating a higher-order utensil.
  154. There are ruins that go back to the early part of the Nara period - the latter part of the seventh century) such as Buddha statue, bonsho (large temple bell) and stone lantern, so that the foundation of the temple can be guessed around this time.
  155. There are rules for linking poems, and many forms, such as the kasen (superior poetry) and hyakugin (a type of renga), are structured according to the number of phrases.
  156. There are rumors and fables saying that Mitsuhide may have been treated mercilessly because the monarch Nobunaga was short-tempered and fierce.
  157. There are sales in some trains of the Kitakinki service, mainly those that arrive at or depart from Kinosakionsen Station.
  158. There are scenes that make sense when they are performed independently within the framework of 'Midori kyogen' (select performance pieces), but these scenes become nonsensical when they are performed as a 'toshi kyogen' (performance of the entire play) because the content becomes too obvious.
  159. There are scholars who refer to these phenomona as 'kamigami shugo' (fusion of the gods).
  160. There are schools for the shite (a Noh protagonist) and for the drummers.
  161. There are sects that do not use the term Kechimyaku-sojo or do not have a concept similar to Kechimyaku-sojo.
  162. There are seeds that can be taken from Someiyoshino, but currently there is no 'seed that will grow up to be Someiyoshino.'
  163. There are seven hashirama (spaces between two pillars) and three out of the seven were designed for the entrance, and two hashirama left on both sides have no windows, which makes the white walls seem larger.
  164. There are seven leap months in nineteen years; one solar year consists of 365 and 75 over 304 days (≒365.2467 days) and one synodic month consists of 29 and 399 over 752 days (≒29.530585 days).
  165. There are several Nogi-jinja Shrines in Japan.
  166. There are several SP records (78rpm records) left such as "kami-tegami (illustrated postcard)" and "uma-beya (horse room)", which were the oldest recordings of Kamigata rakugo (traditional Japanese comic storytelling as performed in the Kyoto-Osaka region) allowing us to recall the style of his performance in the past.
  167. There are several Saigyo-an Hermitages in which Saigyo supposedly lived but Kainyo-an Hermitage in Kyoto was reconstructed by 宮田小文 who was the master of the hermitage at that time and Tessai TOMIOKA in 1893 and it remains in use as a tourist attraction today.
  168. There are several buildings that have been called "Nijo-jo Castle" in Japanese historical texts.
  169. There are several churches and institutions with the name of Xavier (please refer to the following) even in the United States that is considered to be a 'Protestant nation' due to having Mexico as a former Spanish colony.
  170. There are several classifications of the Shikinaisha shrines.
  171. There are several companies that produce whisky in Japan.
  172. There are several courses for climbing.
  173. There are several definitions depending on the season; however, this Geta for men was rectangular, was made of paulownia (Geta with fine straight grain was regarded as a luxury article), and was approx. 21.8cm to 22.1cm tall (this Geta for women was shorter by approx. 1.5cm.
  174. There are several designs in which feathers are arranged side by side or two feathers cross each other.
  175. There are several different kinds of manuscript.
  176. There are several different stories about the origins of the word "oiran", such as that it came from the underlings saying "Oira no tokoro no nesan"(a big sister in our place).
  177. There are several different theories about what may have caused the length of furisode sleeves to be longer during the Edo period.
  178. There are several different theories, and the most compelling theory of the origin of Sagicho traces back to a court function in the Heian period.
  179. There are several different views on his death and there is a book in which it is described that he died in Honno-ji Temple together with Nobunaga in the battle.
  180. There are several extant texts such as the Imagawake-bon, the Kokatsuji-bon and the Seigenin-bon, among others.
  181. There are several factors for the disappearance of danna-sama including the poor economy, availability of diverse entertainment, trend to attach importance to family, financial reasons and there are very few men around who would be willing to spend money on geigi just for the sake of looking cool.
  182. There are several famous episodes in his sandal-bearer period, such as, he had voluntarily taken the position of the construction director of Kiyosu Castle, or food procurement director, and achieved great success with all of them; but these episodes have no historical evidences and seem to be just a legend.
  183. There are several fixed phrases, but it's customary not to use two-letter words such as 賀正 and 迎春 to elders and people who have helped, except for colleagues and friends of nearly the same age.
  184. There are several hundreds of types of Japanese wisterias in the park which was opened in 1985, and it is said to be Japan's best festival in regard to its rich variety of the flowers.
  185. There are several hypotheses of the origin of Seiwa-Genji; one of them is the Yozei-Genji Theory.
  186. There are several instances where these motif were used in the early-modern times, such as coming-of-age ceremony of Iesachi TOKUGAWA (Sample of Choshin Hikae in the collection of Yusoku Bunka Kenkyujo (Institute of Court Culture)).
  187. There are several kanji combinations for kannabi, including 神名備, 神南備, 神名火, and 甘南備.
  188. There are several kinds of Oribe ware according to glaze color and so on, including ao-oribe (partially covered with green glaze), aka-oribe (combination of red and white clay), kuro-oribe (a type of oribe ware with black glaze) and shino-oribe (a type of oribe ware utilizing techniques of e-shino).
  189. There are several kinds of moats: water moat, karabori (dry moat), unejo tatebori (a series of parallel trenches running up the sides of the excavated mountain), and the earthen wall, which was also called doi, was an outer wall made of earth dug out from a moat.
  190. There are several kinds of shamisen used to play accompaniment to different genres of music.
  191. There are several legends for how he became the adopted son but the fact is not known for sure.
  192. There are several limited express trains to and from Kyoto Station and Shin-Osaka Station, via Kitakinki Tango Railway's Miyafuku Line.
  193. There are several literary references to his adoption by Nobunaga's wife, Nohime.
  194. There are several mathematical challenges in the applications or study of origami.
  195. There are several methods of Kayuura, but the major one involves using a stick to stir up boiling Kayu, then reading the future by seeing how many rice grains adhere to the stick.
  196. There are several methods of classifying rakugo, each of the methods categorizing and dividing performances in a different way.
  197. There are several movies filmed before and after World War II on the themes of Shuten Doji and oni extermination.
  198. There are several opinions about the total number of missions according to the interpretation of the number of cancellations and envoys.
  199. There are several opinions and theories about what mokko-mon designs are based on, such as a theory that suggests that mokko-mon is a design of a cross-section of a gourd or the gourd itself, and an opinion that suggests that mokko-mon is a design of a bird's nest.
  200. There are several opinions as to the year of his birth, with some saying he was born on May 30, 1443, or else in 1444.
  201. There are several opinions on how thoroughly the Ritsuryo system was enforced during its peak.
  202. There are several opinions on the foundation of Chokyu-ji Temple, and there is no indisputable one.
  203. There are several opinions regarding the start and end of the Azuchi Momoyama period.
  204. There are several other possible explanations that Chujo Hime had some connection with Emperor Tenji (Emperor Tenchi, who had been called Prince Nakanooe), or Nakatsusumera-mikoto, or Prince Oshisaka-no-Onaka, or the Nakatomi clan, or Chugu (empress), however the details are still unknown.
  205. There are several other shrines in the Kansai area with the 'Amateru' as part of their names and these are thought to have originally enshrined the sun god of each area.
  206. There are several other sites considered to be Garasha's grave, including Daitoku-ji Temple Tacchu-kotoin in Kyoto and Taisho-ji Temple in Kumamoto, Higo.
  207. There are several other theories but none of them has become an established theory so far.
  208. There are several parts regarding the Gangyo War in which it is stated that records are missing and details are omitted.
  209. There are several patterns.
  210. There are several pieces of music about setsugetsuka.
  211. There are several portraits of Shingen from the same period.
  212. There are several portraits of Toshiie including one owned by Kaizen-ji Temple.
  213. There are several possibilities regarding this issue:
  214. There are several public offices along the section between Shimochojamachi-dori Street and Shimotateuri-dori Street, because the area is near the Kyoto Prefectural Government.
  215. There are several reasons for this and they will be mentioned below.
  216. There are several requirements, as follows, for paper used for akari shoji, intended for naturally lighting indoor space; highly translucent, thin paper is suitable; tear-resistance and toughness are required; cheaper paper is preferable.
  217. There are several restaurants in many areas in Kagoshima Prefecture where you can eat somen flowing in a circular toi on a round table.
  218. There are several restaurants outside the library.
  219. There are several restaurants that are self-claimed birthplaces of the rice omelet, but 'Hokkyokusei' in Shinsaibashi, Osaka City and 'Rengatei' in Ginza, Tokyo are well-known and are likely to be where the rice omelet originated.
  220. There are several routes of the climb to Mt. Ikoma, from Nukata Station of the Kintetsu Nara Line (Osaka Prefecture), Ishikiri Station, Ikoma Station, and Shin-Ishikiri Station of the Kintetsu Keihanna Line.
  221. There are several shrines named Sannomiya-jinja Shrines (三ノ宮神社・三宮神社) in Saikyo Ward.
  222. There are several stations in separate places.
  223. There are several stories about where he was from, including Owari, Mino, Settsu, and Omi Provinces.
  224. There are several such sections, including one describing a scene in which people at the imperial palace started drinking ice water after being unable to bear the heat any longer.
  225. There are several temples and shrines in the local area, such as Hoshaku-ji Temple and Yamazaki-shoten Temple which are especially beautiful in spring with cherry blossoms.
  226. There are several temples with the name 'Bodai-ji.'
  227. There are several theories about Hideharu's surrender.
  228. There are several theories about Kannami's place of origin, including some legends, which will be explained later.
  229. There are several theories about Tenkai's age of death, but it was 135 at the maximum, and this leads another theory that both Mitsuhide and Hidemitu played the role of Tenkai.
  230. There are several theories about his age at death, and he reportedly died at the age of either 48 (based on a theory that he was born in 540) or 69 (based on a theory that he was born in 519).
  231. There are several theories about his death, however, the discourse of Juro ABE is the most reliable one.
  232. There are several theories about it.
  233. There are several theories about the location of the Yata no Kagami.
  234. There are several theories about the origin of its name, but the most well known theory is that it was called 'ganmodoki' since its taste imitated (pronounced modoki in Japanese) the goose (pronounced gan in Japanese) meat.
  235. There are several theories about the origin of ninja.
  236. There are several theories about the origin of ojiya, but according to researchers of the European dish, Spanish cuisine and Portuguese cuisine, it is thought to be derived from Spanish dish OLLA.
  237. There are several theories about the origin of torii, but none of them is clear.
  238. There are several theories about the origin of uguisubari, including one that uguisubari was intentionally designed or it naturally occurred.
  239. There are several theories about when Yohei started selling nigiri-hayazuke, but it may be around 1824.
  240. There are several theories as to the derivation of the term Sanmon, including the following: that the term symbolizes the gates one has to pass through in order to be delivered from the three evil passions of avarice, anger and stupidity; or that the term symbolizes the gates to the three paths to Buddhahood of Shomon (learning), Engaku (self-attained enlightenment) and Bosatsu (bodhisattva).
  241. There are several theories as to the origins of her divine name, "Uzume," including that it means "strong woman" or that it refers to a woman who arranges her hair in the "uzu" style, a hairstyle where the hair is bound high in Chinese fashion by tsuta (hair-binding ornaments like pins or headbands).
  242. There are several theories concerning the origins of yashi, including that they were mountain priest who switched to selling medicines to avoid poverty, or that they were named after a medicine seller called Yashiro.
  243. There are several theories for murder by poisoning including that of poisoning by dishes served in the meeting at Nijo-jo Castle and by a poisonous bun.
  244. There are several theories for the origin of the title of 'Tenno.'
  245. There are several theories for the origin of this name, but the theory that the Tanto (short sword) of a warlord in this style had a carving of 'Osoraku' (which means a horrible thing) and it was named after this, prevails.
  246. There are several theories of the cause of the Jinshin War.
  247. There are several theories on her origin; according to an alternative version Omosuhon 'Sogamonogatari,' Torajo's mother was a courtesan in Hiratsuka City named Yashao and her father was Kunai hogan Ienaga who escaped from the capital to Ebina-go, Sagami Province.
  248. There are several theories on his life from around the age of 19, the main ones of which include 'He went to Iga province and became a disciple of a ninja, and then he went to Kyoto and became a bandit,' and 'he eloped with the wife of a man he came to serve.'
  249. There are several theories on how 'kaiseki' related to cuisine.
  250. There are several theories on how closely the Sanada troop and the Mori troop chased after Ieyasu himself, and a variety of drawings on imagination were made on nishikie (colored woodblock prints), illustrated reenactment, and historical manga (comic books) in later ages.
  251. There are several theories on its origin.
  252. There are several theories on the birth of uta monogatari, but it seems to be related to the 'kotobagaki' (preface or captions) of waka poems, such as the preface to "Manyoshu" (the oldest anthology of Japanese poetry) and "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry).
  253. There are several theories on why the 'Kagayaku Hinomiya' chapter doesn't exist now, as follows:
  254. There are several theories regarding the period when the Kamakura Bakufu was established and the reason for this is that the Kamakura Bakufu underwent several stages before establishing the system of a samurai government (as mentioned below).
  255. There are several theories regarding where Ekiben was started.
  256. There are several theories: the word may have originated from '鶏居' (bird perch), from "toori-iru (pass through and enter)" or from the way it had been pronounced ("Torana"), to which Chinese characters were applied.
  257. There are several towers that are very similar to the type of Muhoto in Sennyu-ji Temple--mainly in the Kansai area--having the rounded, lotus-shaped support of a pagoda finial.
  258. There are several types of cakes which are made by pouring batter in molds and baking it, and a typical one is 'tai-yaki,' which is shaped like a sea bream ('tai').
  259. There are several types of hafu such as irimoya hafu and Chinese gables.
  260. There are several types of hakushu.
  261. There are several types of inso assumed by Amida Nyorai, any of which is formed in principle by the thumbs and the forefingers (or otherwise, the middle or annular fingers) forming a circle.
  262. There are several types of tuning for shamisen and, unlike violin and some other instruments, shamisen is tuned up according to the music, even during the performance.
  263. There are several types of zori, and today kawa zori (leather zori) are the most popular kind.
  264. There are several types, including shiroki (white sake), kuroki (black sake), sumisake (refined sake), nigorizake (unrefined sake), and there are also various brewing methods.
  265. There are several versions for the body of the letter, but mostly the description about the divorce comes in the first part and the description about permission to remarriage comes in the latter part (according to Shigeto HOZUMI, Professor of Tokyo Imperial University.)
  266. There are several viewpoints when comparing the Tennosei to Enlightened despotism or comparing the Meiji Restoration to bourgeois revolutions.
  267. There are several views about her real mother such as the mother was koi (nyokan, a lady waiting in the court) by "Teio Hennenki" (the Chronicle of emperors) or a kokyu (consort of the emperor) FUJIWARA no Konshi by "Honcho Koinjounroku" (the Emperor's family tree, made in the Muromachi period), therefore there is no generally accepted view.
  268. There are several views about how people living in the Japanese Archipelago came to be called Wa or Wajin.
  269. There are several views about the formation of the Hoken system in Japan.
  270. There are several views about the origin of the word "tempura".
  271. There are several views about the source of the name, 'Isuien' (Literally, 'Garden depending on water').
  272. There are several views but the most commonly-accepted one is that the temple was moved in 716.
  273. There are several views concerning when sokuikanjo began.
  274. There are several views on his year of birth like 924, 926 or 932.
  275. There are several views on how Eshinni acted when Shinran returned from Kanto to Kyoto.
  276. There are several views on the origin of the name.
  277. There are several views on the timing of her marriage with Shinran.
  278. There are several views which advocate that the motive for killing Nobunaga was not Mitsuhide's own, but a certain mastermind whose intention caused the incident existed, as described below.
  279. There are several way to write his name in kanji (Chinese characters).
  280. There are several ways to align stones; niren uchi (zig-zag alignment), sanren uchi (L-alignment), Kari uchi.
  281. There are several ways to classify Ci.
  282. There are several ways to hold a tocha.
  283. There are several ways to purchase or recharge an ICOCA card.
  284. There are several well-known books dating from the Muromachi period to the Edo period.
  285. There are several well-known traditional songs whose words are made up of the names of the east-west and north-south running streets of central Kyoto City, to help learn the names by heart.
  286. There are shime-daiko (tight drums), oke-daiko (tub drums), and mya-daiko (imperial drums).
  287. There are shohekiga by Okyo MARUYAMA, IKE no Taiga and so on in shoin.
  288. There are shopping streets such as Shinmachi Shotengai (Shinmachi Shopping Street) on the side roads of Hirokoji Street.
  289. There are shops with lottery machine that automatically gives chances to customers to hold a lottery according to the number of plates.
  290. There are short utterance 'tozai' and long utterance 'toozai,' and they are repeated several times each.
  291. There are shrines consisting of only a torii gate and a Honden, with the meaning of the shrine as an addition to the original nature worship already lost.
  292. There are shrines dedicated to the spirits of the heads of han (domains) in the Edo period and the Bekkaku-Kampeisha, established after the Meiji period.
  293. There are shrines enshrining Konsei-shin in many parts of Japan, and in particular, many can be found in the Tohoku and Kanto region located in the eastern part of Japan.
  294. There are shrines enshrining Omonoimi no Kami in various locations in the Tohoku region, including Chokaisan-Omonoimi-jinja Shrine at the summit of Mt. Chokai.
  295. There are sidewalks throughout the length of the street.
  296. There are sightseeing volunteer guide organizations associated with sightseeing areas throughout Japan, and these accept guide requests via groups such as tourist associations.
  297. There are similar fighting sports in Japan and other countries such as Bukh in Mongolia, Shuai Jiao in China, Shilm in the Korean Peninsula, Shima in Okinawa, and Yagli Gures in Turkey.
  298. There are similar notions in other religions or folk beliefs.
  299. There are similar stories in the paragraphs titled August, 284 and March, 285 of "Nihonshoki."
  300. There are simple types of yorishiro such as a kamidana and a hokora (a small shrine) in the home, as well as buildings for religious services at shrines, such as a yashiro (a small house or an altar where a god is present at) and the shinden (the main shrine building).
  301. There are six Kebutsu (the Artificial Buddha) arranged in the halo, and with the principal image, there are seven images in total, which might come from the legend of Shichibutsu yakushi zo (statue of Seven Buddhas of healing).
  302. There are six Nawakake tokki (projection portions for roping) on the lid of the coffin, and the square-shaped small hole is pierced through the upper hem of the coffin body facing the passage.
  303. There are six and three Shikibushoku usho in Nagara, Gifu City and Oze, Seki City respectively, and all of them inherited the job based on the hereditary system.
  304. There are six buildings with curved roof decorations, and they are prestigious buildings.
  305. There are six combinations of two souls: courage plus relation, love plus wisdom, courage plus love, courage plus wisdom, love plus relation, and relation plus wisdom.
  306. There are six fleshpots in Kyoto City; four of them are close to the Yasaka-jinja Shrine, and they perform a dance in the Hanagasa Junko parade taking turns in pairs of two.
  307. There are six hanamachi in Kyoto, and each has its own characteristics
  308. There are six things to consider and eight things to avoid when composing a haiku, according to Shuoshi MIZUHARA in "Making Haiku."
  309. There are slight differences in Shisho (lyrics), and the contents do not vary much.
  310. There are slight differences, but the pilgrimage is taken together with the followers of the various schools of Islam.
  311. There are slight variations regarding the temple's history as described in each text, but the general account is as follows.
  312. There are so many people who love fried chicken in Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture, and so many karaage restaurants located inside the city, that neighboring Usa City and Buzen City/Chikujo-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture have begun competing with each other over the taste of their fried chicken.
  313. There are so many people who violated the law prohibiting cruelty to animals and were accused of the crime.'
  314. There are so-do halls with not one but two entrances where one entrance is opposite the other.
  315. There are soldiers who cannot eat enough of such food.
  316. There are some Chushingura (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers) -related stories in which Yasubei is a main character.
  317. There are some Nishikawa's movies related to Tottori Prefecture where he spent his childhood, he has strong memory in his hometown.
  318. There are some alternative versions.
  319. There are some amateur Noh performers who become an expert.
  320. There are some anecdotes about him in the 'Yamato monogatari' (Tales of Yamato) and the 'Okagami' (Great Mirror).
  321. There are some anecdotes about people who escaped death and a robbery that were revived by the performance of the Hichiriki flute.
  322. There are some areas where taxis can communicate with police radio by taking advantages of these characteristics (if a criminal may be running away in a taxi after the fact, a message about the fugitive criminal is sent in code to all taxis over the radio).
  323. There are some areas where the melting of snow and freezing of roads are prevented by sprinkling water with a sprinkler over part of National Route 9, but are limited; driving a car without using winter tires is basically very risky in winter.
  324. There are some atrocious accounts of Ienari stomping on crabs and beating chickens to death.
  325. There are some background factors.
  326. There are some bands whose members wear makeup resembling kumadori of Kabuki.
  327. There are some banya now used as youth hostels (e.g. Momoiwaso Youth Hostel).
  328. There are some barbed criticism in North and South Korea saying 'Even if they were betrayed, they were still responsible for being betrayed' considering that the serious result that the group brought was the loss of the sovereignty and to fall under colonial rule.
  329. There are some basic shapes in origami.
  330. There are some bokuju that use industrially produced carbon black (carbon) (in some cases, this carbon has almost the same constituents as toners used in copy machines) when compared to naturally derived soot.
  331. There are some bus services from Sakurai Station (Nara Prefecture) (Kintetsu Osaka Line/JR Sakurai Line).
  332. There are some bus stops such as Keihan Uji Bus for points within Uji City, Joyo City, Kumiyama-cho and for Fushimi Ward in Kyoto City (see the "Bus" section below).
  333. There are some cases in which blue eye shadow is used as well.
  334. There are some cases such as the thirty-eighth Emperor Tenji, the fortieth Emperor Tenmu, or the forty-second Emperor Monmu who was the child of a Female Emperor and succeeded the throne; their father (the husband of the Female Emperor) was also Emperor or Prince (Refer to Family Tree below).
  335. There are some cases that a driver who was arrested due to drunk driving made a statement as "I ate narazuke" at first, but the later interrogation has revealed that the driver had taken alcoholic beverages.
  336. There are some cases: the case where processes until the manufacturing process of koji are outsourced; the case where non-heat-treated soy-sauce supplied by large manufacturers is used for heating and packing, omitting processes until the preparation process; the case where orders are placed to large manufacturers as OEM.
  337. There are some casters that repair temple bells and large rice cookers in their spare time.
  338. There are some chapters that seem like mere self-praise, but in them the author claimed that the Empress and the people around her received the Emperor's favor and led a life filled with aesthetic sentiment and exquisite taste, living in a world that was cut off from the politics of the time and disappointment. (Osamu UENO).
  339. There are some coin-operated lockers.
  340. There are some common points between the gods with Yumiya in Greek myths and the gods with Yumiya in Hinduism.
  341. There are some concerns that users of Eizan Electric Railway might decrease if such a plan were carried out.
  342. There are some conditions required for retirement, including age restriction, but in case of a female head of a family there is no restriction regarding age (the Old Civil Codes, Article 755).
  343. There are some corporate and private taxi companies that do not adopt any discounts for long-distance travel.
  344. There are some descriptions as if a person or a vehicle in ancient literature such as the "Old Testament" has a certain relationship with a person or a vehicle in Takeuchi monjo.
  345. There are some dictionaries that call the ones for noble passengers 'gissha' and the ones for carrying a load 'gyusha.'
  346. There are some difference between shrines depending on their size and history, but in general three different ranks are used: Guji, Negi, and Gonnegi.
  347. There are some differences between schools.
  348. There are some differences between the descriptions in the Kojiki and the Nihonshoki about the order of their birth and where they were enshrined
  349. There are some differences in Udon noodle soup broth between the Kanto and the Kinki regions.
  350. There are some differences such as postpositional particles between Rennyo-bon and Eisho-bon, but there is no big difference between them.
  351. There are some different names for the same dish: 'mille feuille tonkatsu,' 'miru katsu,' 'kimu katsu' and 'gen katsu.'
  352. There are some different shapes for company logo indicating lamps, hog-backed, rugby-ball shaped, round, star-shaped, drum-shaped, etc.
  353. There are some direct trains from Kyoto Station to Kusatsu Station in the morning and evening: the trains used are JNR/JR Suburban Train Series 117 and JNR/JR Suburban Train Series 113 belonging to Kyoto General Rolling Stock Station.
  354. There are some dishes for which kanji was given later like Tempura, but similar to castella sponge cake, konpeito (confetti, candy), etc., kanji was not given for ojiya and it remained as its pronunciation, making people think it is a traditional Japanese dish.
  355. There are some documents existed including the prohibition letter issued for Yokyo-ji, Zenpuku-ji and Mandara-ji Temples regarding the battle, along with the letter issued to his country warriors from his chief retainer regarding his stay in Enma-do Temple during the battle.
  356. There are some documents that described Okuni's dancing as Nenbutsu-odori.
  357. There are some duplicate copies.
  358. There are some elementary schools in the city which offer opportunities to experience indigo dyeing and part of the overall educational curriculum.
  359. There are some enthusiastic supporters for this theory.
  360. There are some episodes to tell us about Seppo after the Seinan War.
  361. There are some examples of Tendai-zasu who subsequently returned to secular life to become Seii taishogun (literally, the great general who subdues barbarians) including Imperial Prince Morinaga (his secular name after leaving the priesthood) and Yoshinori ASHIKAGA (also his secular name after leaving the priesthood).
  362. There are some examples that something elusive is compared to konnyaku; as for baseball player, konnyaku-like batting style of Masataka NASHIDA and konnyaku-like pitching style of Masao SATO, or konnyaku tactics in a boxing manga (a comic), 'Ashita no Jo (Tomorrow's Joe).'
  363. There are some examples to change pronunciation of 'shi' [?i] to 'hi' [?i], as in the case of 'hitsurei' instead of 'shitsurei' (literally, 'excuse me'), as well as 's' to [?i] and 'm' to [b].
  364. There are some exception but it was the family's custom to alternately use the Chinese characters '公' and '実' in the names of the head of the families.
  365. There are some exceptions such as 'Gangster Oniazami' that does not have a punch line (and others that have been transplanted from the telling of war stories).
  366. There are some family trees showing that she became the wife of Yoshiharu WAKIYA and had Yoshifuyu (however, some other family trees show Yoshifuyu as Yoshiharu's younger brother), or she married a man from the Miyashita clan in Kozuke Province, but what happened to her exactly is unknown.
  367. There are some forms in chataku, such as round shaped chataku only for placing chahai (drinking cup for tea), and oval or rectangular shaped for placing chahai and monkohai (drinking cup for tea especially for enjoying tea scent before drinking).
  368. There are some historical materials showing his relation to Kai Province such as the donation to Ichiren-ji Temple in 1346 and the like.
  369. There are some historical sources documenting Hideyoshi's apprehension toward Yoshitaka as follows:
  370. There are some hot spring resorts which have developed a town on the premise of wearing Geta, such as Kinosaki Hot Spring, Naruko Hot Spring, etc., and Geta are lent in some regions.
  371. There are some images, such as the painting image at Ninna-ji Temple in Kyoto (the Northern Song Dynasty period, a national treasure), that have three faces and six arms.
  372. There are some instances built in Meiji Period.
  373. There are some interpretations about the mythical story which tells that Amaterasu hid herself in the rock cave of heaven and the darkness fell on the world; one is that the story represents solar eclipses, and another is that it is symbolic of the sun reviving its weak power after the winter solstice.
  374. There are some literary works describing Datsua-shiso thought, such as "Gakumon no susume" (An Encouragement of Learning) or "Bunmeiron no gairyaku" (An Outline of a Theory of Civilization) written by Yukichi FUKUZAWA.
  375. There are some literatures describing her stage name as 'OTA Hanako' or "太田花子", but it is said that the stage name was seldom used in reality.
  376. There are some more dialects of Kyo language, such as 'miburi language' (gesture words) similar to a simplified sign language, as well as 'namasu language' (Red-light district language), a traditional language spoken in Shimabara, a famous amusement area.
  377. There are some movements to rediscover `the forgotten' routes by local people.
  378. There are some noge (master) who are a group of high priests one rank next to hoshu, and currently there are ten monks who are in the position of noge excluding former Hoshu Nikken.
  379. There are some noodles that have been coated with seasonings.
  380. There are some opinions which highly rate his competence as statesman who solidified the foundation of the Tokugawa Shogunate by preparing and establishing such relevant laws as Kuge Shohatto and Buke Shohatto.
  381. There are some origami artists, but only a handful of artists working as professional.
  382. There are some ornaments called futonjime on each four side of the ju, ornaments which were practical parts to literally bundle the futon with an obi or a rope for an old type of taikodai.
  383. There are some other jiuta and koto music that partially includes the word of chidori.
  384. There are some other kinds of 'tsubo' unit in particular fields of profession other than in the previously-mentioned real estate business.
  385. There are some other manju made by unique production techniques, such as Ikkokko in Nagasaki and Wakasaimo in Hokkaido.
  386. There are some other types of railways controlled by regulations other than the Railway Business Act and the Act on Rail Tracks.
  387. There are some people who believe that the family came from ancient Israel or was deeply involved in establishing the belief in Yawata no kami (the Shinto god of war), but these are no more than popular stories based on the similarity in the pronunciation of a character.
  388. There are some people who talk about Imperial Princess Yoshiko as a precedent to avoid the crisis of discontinuation of Imperial succession when there was a recent argument about improving the Imperial Family (Household) Law.
  389. There are some people who viewed Yoritomo as a destroyer of Oshu culture, such as Kenji MIYAZAWA.
  390. There are some possibilities regarding the context of this incident, as one states this speech of Iemitsu was based on the advice of Masamune, or another suggests the cabinet members of bakufu asked Masamune in advance to reply to the words of Iemitsu on the spot.
  391. There are some privately owned taxis equipped with ham radio equipment to enjoy a chitchat while the taxi is not in service (some people who are taxi driver-cum-radio ham often get together to form a 'ham radio club' or establish an amateur radio station).
  392. There are some pulling techniques such as hikiotoshi (hand pull-down) in fact, but many people do not like such techniques.
  393. There are some rapid trains whose type changes to regional rapid (or local) on the JR Tozai Line and the Gakkentoshi Line early in the morning and late at night.
  394. There are some reasons that bailiffs have had the 'evil' image.
  395. There are some records that the troops consisted of 3,000 soldiers, or rather 1,500 soldiers.
  396. There are some regions where the other items like sweets are given in place of money.
  397. There are some remains of the stone wall and an imitation gate.
  398. There are some restaurants and stores that cook the whole prawn without removing the head.
  399. There are some restaurants famous for their omu chahan dishes including 'China Cook Ryuka' in Chuo Ward, Tokyo and 'Mannen' in Kita Ward, Osaka City.
  400. There are some restored models of clocks displayed outside: the model of the water clock which was the oldest clock of Japan: a fire clock which was used in China; and many valuable genuine clocks, such as sun clocks and Japanese clocks, displayed inside.
  401. There are some rocks, which is said to have been thrown to this place.
  402. There are some scholars who still insist that the tomb is located in 'Aria no Yamane no Misusage' in Takachiho Town, Nishi usuki County, Miyazaki Prefecture.
  403. There are some schools, such as the Onoha Itto-ryu School and theJikishinkage-ryu Kenjutsu, at which a comparatively large number of people learn both Kenjutsu and Kendo.
  404. There are some shops where there is an explanatory description 'eating with chopsticks' (Tsuruhashi Fugetsu (Japanese-style pancake restaurant)) and others where spatulas are recommended.
  405. There are some shrines that enshrine 'Myojin', the wonder-working deities, and have an extraordinary festival called the Myojin-sai festival.
  406. There are some songs composed according to a classical style but the Satsuma biwa that has a major effect like percussion instruments is often used in modern music.
  407. There are some species that were newly found in Ashiu.
  408. There are some stations outside the service area where passengers can purchase tickets using Surutto KANSAI cards (the PiTaPa card can be used on one part of the Shima Line and other lines, excluding the Kintetsu Utsube, Kintetsu Hachioji and Kintetsu Shima lines).
  409. There are some stores that sell items at high prices, but many local people are satisfied with their high quality and variety, placing their trust in the fact that they are deailing with 'honmamon' (genuine items).
  410. There are some stories that became subject matter for classical performing arts like "Dojoji-engi," and some that are handed down to the present day as popular folk tales such as "Issun boshi" (dwarf).
  411. There are some stories which have common contents with other categories of literature, such as "Yokobue Soshi" in which a similar story to "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike) is found.
  412. There are some taxi companies that take on transportation of not only people but small items for a short distance, such as maintenance parts and data media for computers.
  413. There are some techniques as in common with synchronized swimming, and it was a group of Nihon eiho who introduced the synchronized swimming to Japan since they noticed the commonality between the two.
  414. There are some temples which have a vice priest other than the chief priest.
  415. There are some temples with the same name, Hongan-ji, throughout Japan, but the name usually indicates the Hongan-ji Temple which is one of the head temples of Jodo Shinshu sect (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) (Shinshu sect).
  416. There are some tendencies that a player fastens a quarrel first always carries his point or that a tougher one's claim is admitted, therefore, not all the arguments during the games end with right outcomes.
  417. There are some theories about 'swords made with a forging method of Koto (Old Swords) proposed by Suishinshi Masahide,' but generally this indicates swords in the late Edo era after the late 18th or the early 19th centuries.
  418. There are some theories about the cause of fire.
  419. There are some theories about why this was, such as the ones below, but no conclusion has been reached.
  420. There are some theories including: the bloodline died out in the era of the twenty-sixth Emperor Keitai; the line was broken at the time during the Jinshin War or during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  421. There are some theories that the maneki-neko derives from Gotoku-ji Temple, located in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo.
  422. There are some towns that have no letter of '町' (read as 'cho', meaning town) on the end such as 'Anshu Higashidani' and 'Otsuka Oiwa.'
  423. There are some towns which do not have the letters 'cho' (which means town) as a suffix such as 'Narutaki Uda no tani' and 'Umegahata Mukoyama.'
  424. There are some towns which have no letter of '町' (read as 'cho', meaning town) as a suffix, such as 'Arashiyama Minami Matsuoyama' and 'Goryo Minamitani.'
  425. There are some towns which have no letter of '町' (read as 'cho,' meaning town) as a suffix, such as 'Kamitoba Choda.'
  426. There are some towns which have no letter of '町' (read as 'cho,' meaning town) as a suffix, such as 'Omiya Akibasan' and 'Nishigamo Funayama.'
  427. There are some towns which have no letter of '町' (read as 'cho,' meaning town) as a suffix, such as 'Shugakuin Otowadani' and 'Matsugasaki Higashiyama.'
  428. There are some traditional Japanese restaurants that offer inclusive plans covering geigi and food in Niigata City but as users have grown bored with it, it developed into a situation where they cannot collect enough customers or the restaurant has to absorb part of Hana-dai.
  429. There are some variations in Chinese characters for awayuki and awayuki-kan, such as "淡雪," "泡雪," "阿わ雪," "淡雪羹" and "淡雪かん."
  430. There are some variations with different numbers and shapes of the edges, each of which has its own name.
  431. There are some variations: As she broke a plate of the family treasure or had the plate broken by someone, she was killed and thrown into a well, or jumped into a well herself.
  432. There are some varieties depending on the thickness of its pieces.
  433. There are some versions with differences in senbun, and 'daiji' (big letter), 'shoji' (small letter) and 'hiji' (thick letter) are known.
  434. There are some wall paintings to decorate stone and earthen walls in the remains of Buddhist temples at Bamiyan, Kizil, Miran, Bezeklik, and so on, and we see that they are influenced from various styles such as Rome, India, China and so on.
  435. There are some which were renamed Tenshu, such as the one in Morioka-jo Castle.
  436. There are some who believe the book was completed around approximately June of 1109.
  437. There are some who suggest that the blacksmith god Ame-no-mahitotsu no mikoto made the sword.
  438. There are some words that are also pronounced 'kama' as below and they are thought to have the same origin.
  439. There are some work shifts in which drivers work in the daytime (morning through evening) and night-time (evening through next morning) everyday, which is calculated as 22 - 26 services a month.
  440. There are some works whose names have the ending of '-emaki' but are nevertheless kept in frames or in vertical hanging scrolls.
  441. There are sometimes several otabisho set up along the tour route.
  442. There are special phrasings in a sushi restaurant.
  443. There are spines along the centerline of the leaf.
  444. There are spirits with dragon body (does it mean Dragon King?) both in the spirit world and the astral world.
  445. There are stairs (and also escalators) in front of the ticket gate of the JR Yamashina Station, which lead to the ticket gate of the subway via a gentle pathway.
  446. There are stalls nowadays where customers can exchange an item already received plus the price of another ticket for a higher quality prize.
  447. There are standard handbags, backpacks of school bag style, and shoulder bags.
  448. There are statues and portraits produced by copying this statue nationwide.
  449. There are statues of Tadakatsu inside Okazaki-jo Castle in Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture, and in Kyuka Park in the remains of Kuwana-jo Castle in Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture.
  450. There are statues of him in Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture and Manila.
  451. There are statues with one face and two hands, one face and four hands, three faces and two hands, three faces and six hands, or four faces and eight hands.
  452. There are sticks exclusively for turning over takoyaki, which are very long (except for the grip) because otherwise you might burn your hand when you turn over takoyaki.
  453. There are still a few exceptions to these rules, but most of the intersection names follow them.
  454. There are still different views.
  455. There are still magazines as well as hangars, which are used as storage for a textile factory.
  456. There are still many manuscripts in Sosho's own handwriting in Todai-ji Temple, which clearly show his profound knowledge.
  457. There are still many questions regarding the relationship between Fuhonsen coin and Wado-kaichin, the value as currency, region of distribution, the function, and so on, which merit further research.
  458. There are still many such stone construction artworks now in the temples and abandoned temples of the Ritsu sect.
  459. There are still people who carry the influence of war to this day.
  460. There are still some enthusiasts who produce kanshi.
  461. There are still some places where you can enjoy Kawarake Nage in old tourist sites.
  462. There are still some temples that will not give goshuin unless sutra copies are submitted, but at many temples, goshuin will be given by donating a small amount of money (hatsuho-ryo (ceremony fee) or offerings).
  463. There are still the remains of Takaoka-jo Castle in the spot, but it has extremely lost its original form and we cannot even recognize.
  464. There are stone mounds on the top of Mt. Jo and stonewalls were built to encircle that hill.
  465. There are stones piled like an altar at the back of the burial chamber, and a candle dish and a candlestand were excavated.
  466. There are stones with his haiku inscribed on them at the Hachiman-jinja Shrine in Yanagi-cho, and at the Inari-jinja Shrine in Nakagawara-cho, Noshiro City.
  467. There are stores in Osaka and Nara.
  468. There are stores that serve different kinds of soup (Hakata pork bone broth, Tokyo soy sauce soup, with a few stores serving original ramen that does not belong to any category), but their numbers are small.
  469. There are stories of curses invoked when family members ate meat.
  470. There are stories that Tsunayoshi had affairs with several women, including Narisada MAKINO's wife, Aguri, and daughter, Yasu.
  471. There are stories that are all about defeating the ogre and missing the schemes or the part about growing into a young man.
  472. There are strong opposing views presented by some scholars specialized in constitutional laws, however, in which they assert that awarding of honors should rather be enacted by a law and therefore the current situation is against the Constitution.
  473. There are structural remnants such as moat and mounds around there.
  474. There are students from 27 countries worldwide.
  475. There are substantial traffic jams here caused by the many taxis and tourist buses for worshipers around Nanzen-ji Temple and Zenrin-ji Temple (Kyoto City) which is similar to Shirakawa-dori Street to the east.
  476. There are such benefits that a performer can secure a hall with a high ceiling, and the sento can aim at the effect of attracting visitors.
  477. There are such paulownia patterns as kodaiji-giri (Kodai-ji paulownia) of the Kodai-ji Temple, saga-giri (Saga paulownia) in the Seiryo-ji Temple and gaku-giri (framed paulownia) in the Nishi Hongan-ji Temple.
  478. There are such places as Daigo-ji Temple, which is famous for the cherry tree of Hideyoshi, Hino no Sato (Hino Village) where Shinran, the founder of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) was born, the grave of SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro, etc.
  479. There are such regional differences.
  480. There are such works as the "Hojoki" (An Account of My Hut) by KAMO no Chomei and the "Tsurezure gusa" (Essays in Idleness) by Kenko YOSHIDA.
  481. There are swarms of five mountain huts on the top.
  482. There are swordsmiths called 'Masamune Jittetsu (Ten best disciples of Masamune).'
  483. There are temples and shrines in Rakuhoku (north of the Capital of Kyoto) area such as Rokuon-ji Temple, Daitoku-ji Temple and Kamigamo-jinja Shrine, and several universities such as Ritsumeikan University, Bukkyo University, Otani University, and Kyoto Sangyo University.
  484. There are temples called Awaji-do Temple, enshrining Awashima no kami in various locations.
  485. There are temporary graves at both Myoho-in Temple in Kyoto and Sakurayama-jinja Shrine in Kumamoto.
  486. There are ten ocha-ya (teahouse) and twenty-five geisha and apprentice geisha today (2007).
  487. There are textbooks on Wafuku dressing.
  488. There are the Mitsugake (glove covering three fingers), Yotsugake (glove covering four fingers) and Morogake (glove covering all five fingers), depending on the number of fingers to insert.
  489. There are the Satake-ogi crest for the Satake clan, the Shimabara-ogi crest for the domain of Shimabara and the Asano-ogi crest for the Asano clan, and the 'Takasaki-ogi crest (Mitsu-Gangi-ogi)' for the domain of Takasaki and Sanyutei appears in novels.
  490. There are the South Gate, the East Gate, Jizo-do Hall and Shoro (bell tower) (each one of them is designated as an important cultural asset.
  491. There are the Takakura Hisada family, who were tea masters of the Omotesenke school under the Sansenke (three houses of Sen, [Omotesenke, Urasenke and Mushakojisenke]), and the Ryogae-machi Hisada family, called the Hisada school.
  492. There are the citizens' club-like organizations in Kumagaya City and so on.
  493. There are the clauses as explained in the above.
  494. There are the distinctive remains of a Koguchi, 3.8 meters high and 32 meters in length.
  495. There are the following episodes in "Go ki," written by OE no Masafusa.
  496. There are the following examples:
  497. There are the following five kinds of game pieces.
  498. There are the following keidaisha (shrines within the compounds of other shrines).
  499. There are the following three points from summarizing the presumptions.
  500. There are the following two reasons:
  501. There are the following types depending on the tune, tempo, or the dancer's character in the play.
  502. There are the following types of surume depending on the specie of squid used:
  503. There are the nationwide organizations, and we can practice and play matches throughout Japan.
  504. There are the remains of a pottery furnace by Kenzan OGATA in front of Hozo-ji Temple of Narutaki Izumitani-cho.
  505. There are the restored residence he lived in and the studio named "Sanshi suimei sho" (the place of outstanding natural beauty) in Fukuro-machi, Naka Ward, Hiroshima City and at Sanbongi-dori, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, respectively.
  506. There are the routes that go from the central part of the city to its suburbs and those connecting those suburbs.
  507. There are the ruins of a surrounding moat that still remain in the perimeter of this old townscape.
  508. There are the spots for hatsu hinode throughout the whole country.
  509. There are the theory by Teiji KADOWAKI and the one by Toshiaki WAKAI.
  510. There are the two theories on the relationship between Nobunaga and the Imperial Court, a theory of rivalry and another theory of reconciliation.
  511. There are the type printing by wood block, which was prepared by transferring the know-how of Korean technicians upon the dispatch of troops to Korea, and the Western type printing, which was introduced by Valignano, from the Society of Jesus.
  512. There are the voices that say, with earthquakes occurring often in the western part of the US, the Shinkansen system, which have measures against earthquakes since the start of its operation, would be advantageous compared with the high-speed railway system of other nations.
  513. There are the waki-kata (supporting actors) Takayasu school and the otsuzumi-kata (large hand drum players) Takayasu school.
  514. There are the words for sumo wrestling such as kinboshi (dazzling victory), kuroboshi (failure mark) and shiroboshi (victory mark), and the highest position of target is called kinteki and the center of a target is called hoshi (star).
  515. There are the worlds of hell, hungry spirits, animals, Asura, humans and heaven, as well as the worlds of voice-hearers, cause-awakened ones, Bosatsu and the spiritual realm of Buddhahood, all of which are collectively called Jikkai.
  516. There are theories about the origin of the word (an etymology) Saibara including that it comes from Mago-uta (a horseman's song) or Togaku music, but it is not certain.
  517. There are theories suggesting that his mother was the Emperor Koko's wet nurse.
  518. There are theories that Doton descended from either the Yasui clan or the Nariyasu clan.
  519. There are theories that he was the eldest son of MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi, born in Koroho residence in Kamakura (present day Tsuboi, Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture), but they remain within the realm of conjecture.
  520. There are theories that it was selected and bred artificially by gardeners, or that the natural hybrid tree was propagated by gardeners who planted cuttings.
  521. There are theories that put the death toll at 150 or 1,800.
  522. There are theories that the word kuwai (arrowhead tuber) originated from 'kawa-imo' (river potato) or that it evolved from 'kuwai-guri'.
  523. There are these types of human bones with trauma from the Jomon period, however the number of cases clearly increased during the Yayoi period and definitely the battles were more frequent compared to the Jomon period.
  524. There are thirty pieces in the Mibu Kyogen repertoire.
  525. There are this many combinations of "The Three Major Inari," and a more detailed list would include "The Three Major Inari in Kanto" and "The Three Major Inari in Kyushu;" it seems that there is no end to it.
  526. There are those equipped with a touch panel, which requires no button operation at all.
  527. There are those who regard this as a manifestation of the sincere attitude but there are also those who have doubts that there are facts that were deliberately withheld by the compilers.
  528. There are those, however, who say that he opposed that plot.
  529. There are thousands of waves that go over the rocks in the Yasouji-kawa River that runs fast and wild.
  530. There are three Ronja (shrines relative to those listed in Engishiki Jinmyocho) within the city of Itoigawa in Niigata Prefecture, such as the Amatsu-jinja keidai-sha Shrine (Itoigawa City) and the Nunagawa-jinja Shrine.
  531. There are three bodies of Zushi (a cupboard-like case with double doors in which an image of Buddha, a sutra, or some other revered object is kept at a temple) in the inner most sanctuary.
  532. There are three cases that capital cities lie adjacent in Japan; the above-mentioned cities, Yamagata City and Sendai City, and Fukuoka City and Saga City.
  533. There are three categories of Japanese poetry: Tanka, choka, and sedoka.
  534. There are three chambers, front, back and burial, starting from the entrance.
  535. There are three characters, and in many cases the same actor plays the role of the three characters by hayagawari (quick change in roles).
  536. There are three different lines of the manuscript of Ise shu.
  537. There are three different views with respect to the period he worked in.
  538. There are three doctrines about religious faith in Koyasan Shingon sect.
  539. There are three doorways at Oteguchi, namely the north, central and south doorways.
  540. There are three examples how members of the Miyake succeeded into the Imperial throne.
  541. There are three failures in the politics of the Emperor.
  542. There are three futsal courts there, and individuals not concerned with the club can use them by making a reservation.
  543. There are three general groups of musical instruments called 'Koto' in Japan: (1) 琴 (generally called 'Koto' or 'Kin'), (2) 箏 (generally called 'So') and (3) 和琴 (generally called 'Wagon').
  544. There are three interchanges in the city: the Uji-higashi Interchange, the Uji-nishi Interchange, and the Ogura Interchange (listed from the eastward).
  545. There are three kinds of family tree for the Miura clan even in "Sonpi Bunmyaku" and it is not clear which one is true.
  546. There are three kinds of genealogies in which Kagemasa appears; in two genealogies, clans such as Kagawa clan, Oba clan, Kajiwara clan are described as family lines which continued to Kagemasa's brothers or cousins; so we do not have accurate information on Kagemasa.
  547. There are three kinds of songs (Mimicry of sound); "Tsu," "Chon," and "Don."
  548. There are three kinds of summer wear for goten jochu (palace maids) which are Tsuji, Chayatsuji and Sarashinuno (bleached cloth), and they were properly used according to the social position.'
  549. There are three kinds of suzuribako, namely hira-suzuribako (flat suzuribako), ju-suzuribako (multitier suzuribako) and asa-suzuribako (shallow suzuribako).
  550. There are three kujirazuka in the Akehama-cho, Seiyo City area (former Akehama-cho), and the kujirazuka in the Takayama district is the most well-known.
  551. There are three ladies who are called Fujitsubo in the story.
  552. There are three lineages - Edohigan distributed in Japan, and distributed in the Korean Peninsula since it had brought from Japan, Mushazakura distributed in Taiwan, P.changyangensis Ingram distributed in China - all with spherical swell at the lower part of the calyx.
  553. There are three main groups of yuzu citrons currently being cultivated in Japan, such as the 'Mokuto group' as honyuzu, the 'Yamane group' as early-fruition varieties and 'Tadanishiki' as a nuclear (seedless) yuzu citron.
  554. There are three main shrine buildings.
  555. There are three main theories, which are mythology, different ethnic groups and political prisoners, about the origin, however, the theory of the different ethnic groups is the best guess of the three.
  556. There are three main types of senbei in Japan; namely one made from wheat flour and eggs, one made from rice and one made from starch such as that of potatoes.
  557. There are three major tuning methods of Hon-choshi (the basic tuning method), Ni-agari (the second string is tuned slightly differently from that for the Hon-shoshi) and San-sagari (the third string is tuned slightly differently from that for the Hon-shoshi).
  558. There are three matoe (pattern of a mato face) types: Kasumi-mato (which literally means "mist target"), hoshi-mato (which literally means "star target"), and iro-mato (also referred as tokuten-mato, which literally means "color [points] target").
  559. There are three possible reasons: 'the influence of Britain,' 'the influence of pre-war Japan,' and 'the influence of post-war Japan.'
  560. There are three public performances per year.
  561. There are three railway stations along the street: Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station, Karasuma Oike Station, and Nijojo-mae Station of the Subway Tozai Line.
  562. There are three reasons why I named my school Yamato.
  563. There are three red cards and each card makes a person who picks up live happily for a year.
  564. There are three routes for this bus service; Nakamutobe Bus, Anga Bus and Mitake Bus.
  565. There are three shrines: Yoshino (Upper or 'Kamisha'), Furuichiba (Middle or 'Chusha') and Shimoidani (Lower or 'Shimosha').
  566. There are three styles of staging.
  567. There are three theories about his age when he died: twenty-four according to the Okita family grave stone; twenty-five according to documents held by the Okita family; and twenty-seven, if, as described in Shikanosuke KOJIMA's "Ryoyushiden", he was twenty-two when he left for Kyoto.
  568. There are three theories concerning the location of the Palace as follows.
  569. There are three theories that 'Mt. Yutsukigatake' refers to one of Mt. Ryuo, Mt. Anashi or Mt. Makimuku.
  570. There are three two-storied wooden buildings (construction) (three buildings).
  571. There are three types of certifications for individuals or groups who hold important intangible cultural property: 'Individual Certification,' 'General Certification,' and 'Preservation Group Certification.'
  572. There are three types of chigo in festivals.
  573. There are three types of products, namely kuroan, shiroan and yuzu (citron flavor bean paste), and this product is only produced by order.
  574. There are three types of products, namely red products, white products and maccha products (the ones with powdered green tea added), and azuki bean koshian is used for red products while pinto bean koshian is used for white products.
  575. There are three types of recognition as follows;
  576. There are three types: Andae, which corresponds to working wear, uttaraso that corresponds to an everyday cloth, and sogyari that corresponds to a formal or visit cloth.
  577. There are three ujo at Oze as of 2007, and all of them have inherited the job based on the hereditary system.
  578. There are three views on its origin.
  579. There are three volumes of "Chisho Daishi zenshu" (The Complete Writings of Chisho Daishi).
  580. There are thus no strict rules to join Shinto, but they are usually considered to be believers if they install a household Shinto altar, make offerings to shrines, and participate in rituals.
  581. There are traces of a large number of revisions in the text of this manuscript, such as misekechi (deletions that leave the original line still readable), erasures, corrections, and supplementary notes throughout almost all chapters, which appear to be by different people in different periods.
  582. There are traces of gaku-Soh (Soh used in gagaku) in the shape of instrument (length, bulge of instrument, sound hole, detailing) used by the Ikuta school.
  583. There are traces of hair and beard, which are said to have been implanted from Ikkyu's body.
  584. There are trimmed and untrimmed sekkaku.
  585. There are twelve famous places and Kinshugan, Soryuen, Kakkyukan (the place where dragons drink water), Zazenseki (Meditation Rock), and Suishoren (Crystal blind) are named after Chinese poem-like names.
  586. There are twelve volumes.
  587. There are twenty municipal libraries in Kyoto, including Chuo Library (the central library) and district libraries.
  588. There are two Honden (main hall), Naiku (inner shrine) and Geku (outer shrine), and the Naiku is dedicated to Amaterasu Oomikami, Munakata Sanjojin, Ichikishimahime and Takitsuhime-no-mikoto, and the Geku is dedicated to Ninigi and Ame no Minakanushi no Kami.
  589. There are two Japanese-style inns, one is `Yamabatoyu hot spring,' the other is publicly-owned `Goshikiyu hot spring,' on the banks of Osako dam, deep in mountains close to the headstream of Yoshino-gawa River.
  590. There are two Miyoshi clan lineages, and historical sources clearly indicate that the lineage that inherited Kidendo (history) and the other that inherited Sando (mathematics) were distinct from each other.
  591. There are two Yokooji; one is the road in an east-west direction starting from the southern area of Mt. Miwa in present-day Sakurai City to Mt. Nijo in Katsuragi City (Nara Prefecture and Osaka Prefecture) and the other is the road in an east-west direction starting from around Horyu-ji Temple in Ikaruga Town to Ichinomoto in Tenri City.
  592. There are two associations domestically and one overseas.
  593. There are two basic train schedules: one for weekdays, and one for weekends and holidays.
  594. There are two battles which are historically notable.
  595. There are two brands of somen, which are the somen produced by companies based in Miwa, and the one controlled by Yamato Miwa Somen Industrial Cooperative Association.
  596. There are two bronze statues of Yoshiki on the Hojotsu-bashi Bridge in Imizu City, Toyama Prefecture: one wearing hunting clothes and the other wearing armor.
  597. There are two bus stops: one at Hachijo-guchi of Kyoto Station and the other in front of Kyoto Hachijo-guchi Avanti.
  598. There are two cases of how komonjo survive: when an original document from the time ('shomon' [正文]) has been passed down in the addressee's family, and when a draft ('soan' [草案] or 'dodai' [土代]) has survived in the author's family as a duplicate.
  599. There are two cases of junshi: in one case, a person voluntarily kills himself or herself and in the other case, a regime selects a person to perform junshi compulsorily.
  600. There are two castle sites of Sanjome and Takasudate in Sanjome, and it is said the castle remains at Takanashikanato were built by Echizen KOMATSU.
  601. There are two communal baths and one day visit spa.
  602. There are two communal baths.
  603. There are two conditions to Honzon.
  604. There are two cooking methods, one is simmering fresh noodles and the other is simmering boiled noodles.
  605. There are two courses for Kawahigashi Route departing from Kameoka Station Front, going to Chiyokawa Station Front area (via Chitose) and Gounoguchi area (via Kawabara Hayashi).
  606. There are two different existing versions of Kyuan Hyakushu, including one that lists the hundred poems without sorting by the subject and the other which was broken down into ten volumes by FUJIWARA no Toshinari.
  607. There are two different opinions about his real father.
  608. There are two different play scripts.
  609. There are two different sized walls: Taiheki (the large wall) with approximately 255 to 260 centimeters wide, and Shoheki (the small wall) with approximately 155 centimeters wide (each wall has a height of approximately 310 centimeters).
  610. There are two different theories on SOGA no Toneri; it is either Akae's other name or it is a different person.
  611. There are two different theories regarding Aijiro's death.
  612. There are two different views concerning the author of the book, either Tamesada NIJO ("Gunshoruiju"etc.) or Tametada NIJO (a book owned by the Cabinet Library, "Sandaihisho" owned by Reizeike Shiguretei Bunko etc.)
  613. There are two different views on the year of Yoshiaki's entering into Oyumi-jo Castle: 1517 and 1522.
  614. There are two editions called 'Kasujishiki' and "Okaderagire" (Okadera edition) (descended to Oka-dera Temple); the former was made by joining together two or more sheets of paper of different color and/or quality with glue to create decorative effects on writing paper, but the latter was not.
  615. There are two escalators in the south ticket gate--one up and one down--and other two up escalators connecting the concourse and the ground level, which take people to the northwest corner of the intersection of Kawabata-dori and Shijo-dori streets.
  616. There are two explanations for this 'mujo,' 'momentary,' (moment-to-moment impermanence) and 'continuous impermanence.'
  617. There are two forms of the Honzon, 'Paper drawing Honzon' and 'Ita Honzon.'
  618. There are two gates, the Shinzan Gate (former No.1 Gate) and the Station Gate (former No.2 Gate).
  619. There are two gisho theories; the theory that only the preface is gisho, the theory that the preface and main text are gisho.
  620. There are two huge rocks, the symbols of yin and yang, called Okunoin or Iwayaden on the mountainside behind the Honden (the main building of the shrine) and worshiping these rocks as a dwelling place of the gods originated at this shrine.
  621. There are two hypotheses on the date of the establishment of the Taira clan administration, one considering the May 1167 Imperial Order as the start and the other considering the Jisho sannen no seihen (coup d'etat by TAIRA no Kiyomori in November 1179) as the start.
  622. There are two interpretations of Takauji's behavior; one is that it was Emperor Go-Daigo who made Takauji leave politics, and the other is that it was Takauji who tried to keep away from the government.
  623. There are two kind of dango with soy-sauce flavoring.
  624. There are two kinds of Gomagi, one for prayers to write a wish on while the other is for the repose of one's ancestor's soul.
  625. There are two kinds of chasen-mage, namely the one which was popular among men around the Azuchi-Momoyama period and another worn by women in the Edo period.
  626. There are two kinds of dragons--good and evil--and Zennyo Ryuo was a good dragon who did not do harm; it is a golden snake of 2.5 cm long who appeared with the respect of the dharma of mantra, Shingon, and stands atop a snake of about 3 meters long.
  627. There are two kinds of manju, which are 'koshi-an' (smooth paste) and 'tsubu-an' (paste containing pieces of azuki beans skin).
  628. There are two kinds of matoya, one for practice and another for rites and festivals.
  629. There are two kinds of matoyumi, one for practice and another for rites and festivals.
  630. There are two kinds of nagajuban; Kansai-tailored type with a gusset-like stand-up collar, Kanto-tailored type with a toshieri collar.
  631. There are two kinds of name, '百枝' and '五百枝' in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) and the former is pronounced 'Momoe.'
  632. There are two kinds of ryoto, one with tassels on pauldrons and another decorated with gold brocade, but basically there is little difference between the two in their uses, depending on characters of the wearers.
  633. There are two kinds of shogatsu, which are: 'oh-shogatsu' (large shogatsu) which is based on New Year's Day according to the solar calendar; and 'ko-shogatsu' (small shogatsu) which is based on January 15th according to the lunar calendar.
  634. There are two kinds of such costumes, one bordered with gold brocades and another with furs.
  635. There are two kinds of tan, one is to measure areas of lands and the other is to represent size of textile.
  636. There are two kinds of wasabi: the one with a red stem and the one with a green stem.
  637. There are two kinds of yokan depending on the amount of agar: Neri-yokan (yokan made of pasted adzuki beans) and Mizu-yokan (yokan containing less agar and more water than neri-yokan).
  638. There are two kinds of zafu, circle shaped zafu of the Soto sect and rectangular shaped zafu of the Rinzai sect.
  639. There are two kinds; one is 'Santo' (the abbreviation of Sankyoku-tosu, also simply called Tosu [taoshu in Chinese]) and the other is 'Shorei' ([xiaoling in Chinese] different from Shorei of Ci, another type of literature)
  640. There are two known facts, one is that SAKANOUE no Okina and SAKANOUE no Kunimaro sided with Emperor Tenmu, and did good performances in the Jinshin War, the other is that SAKANOUE no Inukai, who was recognized for his martial arts skills by Emperor Shomu, took the first step toward becoming a warrior.
  641. There are two lanes on each side from Shirakawa-dori Street until it reaches the junction, and from there on is a single lane road on each side.
  642. There are two large caves in which manganese ore was mined during the Taisho period.
  643. There are two lineages of "Tamesada Shu" (Tamesada Collection) which contain his poems.
  644. There are two lines in the manuscript of existing Uetsufumi: Munakata-bon and Otomo-bon
  645. There are two locations each for towns without notations.
  646. There are two main theories on the place of departure of Jinmu tosei as the original tradition, although these relate to the descriptions of the myth.
  647. There are two main types of chirashi-gaki, one where it is separated into upper and lower or right and left parts and the other where four or five lines are written broader in the upper part and narrower in the lower part like the bones of a fan.
  648. There are two main types of netsuke: historical netsuke made from the Edo Period to the modern era and contemporary netsuke made from the Showa Period to the Heisei Period.
  649. There are two major lineages ? Mamezakura and Takanezakura.
  650. There are two major theories on Takanori KOJIMA's birth.
  651. There are two methods of citation depending upon the period.
  652. There are two methods of distilling: the ginjo kasutori shochu method, which involves distilling newly made rice wine lees without adding anything, and the seicho kasutori shochu method, which involves mixing rice hulls to ensure proper airflow before distilling.
  653. There are two methods of game, tekichu-sei (the accuracy system) and saiten-sei (the scoring system).
  654. There are two methods of game, tekichu-sei (the accuracy system) and tokuten-sei (the point system).
  655. There are two methods to make rakugan.
  656. There are two opinions about which gates are three greatest gates in Japan.
  657. There are two opposing opinions that, on the one hand, "E Ingakyo" is to be regarded as a root of Japanese emakimono (illustrated scrolls), and, on the other hand, it has nothing to do with emakimono produced after the Heian period.
  658. There are two opposing theories, one that this was done to establish a division in the Imperial family, and the other is that it was done to avoid direct intervention and leave the Imperial succession to the autonomy of the Imperial family.
  659. There are two opposing views about the origin of zoni: the viewpoint of historians and the viewpoint of folklorists.
  660. There are two origins of Ifu: people who became Ifu along with the territorial expansion of Japan, and people who were taken captive and then emigrated to the Japanese territory.
  661. There are two pairs of single crossovers on the Kurama side, followed by a single main track on the inbound side and a lead track on the outbound side.
  662. There are two peaks at the top, on the east and the west; the western peak, the highest, has a triangulation point, and the eastern peak has a rock chamber.
  663. There are two places for the site of Tenson Korin, 'Takachiho no mine' Mountain, which is one of the mountains in the Kirishima Mountain Range in southern Kyushu, and Takachiho-cho in Miyazaki Prefecture.
  664. There are two possible characters that can be used to write the "zaki" part of the name ('埼' or '崎,' therefore 'Kanzaki no Sho' can be written '神埼荘' or '神崎荘').
  665. There are two possible explanations for the pronunciation of this word: it is derived from the dudubhi or dudubhi, a percussion instrument from ancient India or it is derived from the dutangu drum (Tsudonko), an instrument from China.
  666. There are two possible reasons for the alternative name of the castration penalty: "腐刑" (literally, "rot down penalty") that the wound of the castrated criminal gave off a bad smell, or there was a method to remove genital parts by tying them to decay themselves by stopping the blood flow.
  667. There are two production methods; removing salt content from soy-sauce using ion exchange method and diluting thick soy-sauce.
  668. There are two reasons for the above.
  669. There are two reasons for the mixture of the text; one is that when the manuscript was collated, the different group of text was added to the original text, while the other is that the manuscript where the text was partly missing was supplemented by a different group of text.
  670. There are two reasons that are considered for their living in such areas: one is because they were not taxed as long as they lived on the riverbed, and another is because the leather processing required a lot of water.
  671. There are two references to Yunonagashi (a post of supervisor for Tomokuyu) and one reference to Tomoku.
  672. There are two roads that were called 'Yoko-oji Road': one is the road that ran near Fujiwara-kyo in the south of the Nara Basin, and the other is the road than ran from the Horyu-ji Temple area to present-day Ichinomoto in Tenri City.
  673. There are two routes to Kyoto; one is via Fushimi-juku Station (Kyo Kaido Road) and the other is the Toba-kaido Road along the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa River system).
  674. There are two sharp spines on each branch.
  675. There are two simple types, one for SMART ICOCA only and the other for the other cards.
  676. There are two station houses, one on the north side (whose ticket gate is provided on Platform 1) and the other on the south side (whose ticket gate is provided on Platform 4), with both located on the Yodoyabashi side, and each platform is reached either by a bridge across the railroads or an underground passage.
  677. There are two stations called 'Ono Station,' and both are accessible via through train from Yamashina Station.
  678. There are two statues of Okuma on the Waseda campus of Waseda University, and on October 17, 1932 the famous standing statue with a gown was made on the 50th anniversary of the foundation of Waseda University and the 10th anniversary of his death.
  679. There are two stone lanterns within the precinct, of which one is engraved with 'the 7th day of the 3rd month of the 2 year of the Tokuji era (old lunar calendar)' (April 17, 1307).
  680. There are two stories about his origin (roots): one is that he was a child of Myobo hakase (teacher of the law in the Ritsuryo system), NAKAHARA no Hirosue and a brother of OE no Hiromoto, and the other is that he was the third son of FUJIWARA no Mitsuyoshi and became an adopted son of NAKAHARA no Hirosue.
  681. There are two stories regarding this name, one is that it was granted by Buke Denso (at that time, Sadaisa NOMIYA and Masanori ASUKAI), and the other is that it was granted by Katamori MATSUDAIRA, feudal lord of the Aizu Clan.
  682. There are two styles for the tip of the bamboo stalks: the diagonally sliced 'sogi' and the horizontally sliced 'zundo.'
  683. There are two styles of kara hafu gable, including the muko kara hafu and noki kara hafu.
  684. There are two such sects, one whose form and style preserve the ancient ways and another which underwent a restoration beginning in the Edo period.
  685. There are two theories about his father being Imperial Prince Katsurahara (the fifth Prince of Emperor Kanmu), and another one that his father was Prince Taka (Imperial Prince Katsurahara's son).
  686. There are two theories about how Nomasa and Tadayoshi acted after that.
  687. There are two theories about the date of his death: one is 'October 28' and another is 'November 5'.
  688. There are two theories about the death of Matsubara: a disease and a joint suicide (It is said to be a disease according to the record of Shinsengumi).
  689. There are two theories about the etymology of "zenzai."
  690. There are two theories about the origin of the name of 'Tenguto.'
  691. There are two theories about the origin of the name za: one argues that the name originated from a word which represented a specific seat in an official place or a marketplace, and the other maintains that it came from a word which meant meeting place for people in the same industry.
  692. There are two theories about the subsequent Yamatai: one that it was conquered by a group in Kinai and another that the capital was moved towards the east and the Kinai region was conquered.
  693. There are two theories about the title of the book.
  694. There are two theories about the year of his birth, 1528 and 1526.
  695. There are two theories about this chapter: the first one says that it only had a title and the text was never written in the first place, and the second one says that the text once existed, but was lost.
  696. There are two theories about this: one says that although the set was originally complete, some chapters got lost later and were supplemented by manuscripts written in other hands; another says that the chapters written in other hands were paired with the set when it was made in the first place.
  697. There are two theories as to why he did this: one is that he wanted to protect it from the disturbances of war in Echizen Province and the other is that he wanted the merchant to make him a Shifuku silk pouch.
  698. There are two theories for this; one theory is that Emishi tried to settle a puppet emperor to gain ascendancy, and the other is that Emishi tried to prevent Yamashiro no Oe no O, who was a descendant of the Soga clan, from taking over the emperor's throne so that friction with other major clans would be avoided.
  699. There are two theories in terms of the establishment of Takakusa Country; the theory that 水依評 became Takakusa County, based on "Koshi" which states '始壊水依評、作高草郡,' and another theory that 水依評 was divided into two counties, Homi and Omi to establish Takakusa County.
  700. There are two theories mentioned below regarding the origin of the name 'bancha.'
  701. There are two theories of 1355 and 1489 regarding the time of completion of the work, but today the latter is accepted more dominantly.
  702. There are two theories on the famous boiling in the cauldron, one of which is that he was supposed to be executed with his child but he tried hold his child up until he himself died in the hot water, and the other one of which is that he drowned his child at once so that the child wouldn't have to suffer.
  703. There are two theories on who offered that appointment, the Imperial Court or Nobunaga.
  704. There are two theories on why Yoshimoto made an invasion into the Owari Province in 1560; one is that Yoshimoto had the objective of proceeding to the capital (Kyoto), and the other is that he was aiming at putting down Nobunaga ODA and capturing Owari Province.
  705. There are two theories regarding 'unebi o oshi' of this poem: one that interprets it as 'unebi ooshi (brave unebi)' saying that the god of Mt. Unebi is a male god, and the other that interprets it as 'unebi o aishi (loving the unebi)' saying that Mt. Unebi is a goddess.
  706. There are two theories regarding a part of his name 'hohi': one is that 'hohi' refers to '穂霊,' meaning he was god of rice ear; the other is that 'hohi' refers to '火日,' meaning he was god of the sun.
  707. There are two theories regarding his birthplace, one of which is Akasaka (present Uenoakasaka Town, Iga City) and the other is Tsuge (present Tsuge, Iga City).
  708. There are two theories regarding the establishment of the notation of tenno.
  709. There are two theories regarding the location of Takayasu, one claiming it is Takayasu, Ikaruga-cho, Ikoma-gun, Nara Prefecture, and the other claiming it is Takayasu, Yao City, Osaka Prefecture.
  710. There are two theories to explain the origin of butsudan; one refers to 'jibutsudo' (small private buildings or rooms used by noble men to enshrine their own Buddhist images and for their own personal spiritual edification) and another to 'tamadana' (alters dedicated to spirits of ancestors).
  711. There are two theories; one is that Nobukiyo was one of the Ogasawara clan and the other is that Nobukiyo had nothing to do with the clan.
  712. There are two three-storied pagodas (the east pagoda and the west pagoda) which were built from the Nara period to the beginning of the Heian period.
  713. There are two ticket gates, the North Ticket Gate and the Central Ticket Gate.
  714. There are two ticket gates: "Eiden-guchi" on the north and "Imadegawa-guchi" on the south.
  715. There are two ticket gates: the north gate and the south gate.
  716. There are two tombs of Ryuko in existence, one is in Taishi-cho, Minamikawachi County, Osaka Prefecture, and the other is behind Nara municipal Saki Kindergarten.
  717. There are two totally different types of containers of Daruma Bento; the plastic containers, regular version, similar to a 'Takasaki Daruma doll' in shape and the containers made of china on which Daruma face with sharp eyes are depicted, called 'revived Daruma bento,' reproducing old Daruma bento.
  718. There are two traditional theories regarding the foundation.
  719. There are two traditions of this anthology, Teika shodenpon edition and Jokyo edition.
  720. There are two turf courses, the inner course and the outer course.
  721. There are two types for this standard (flag), one is patterned Yatagarasu (three-legged crow inhabiting the sun in Chinese mythology), and the other one is patterned Reisi (kite).
  722. There are two types of 'mari' or balls in Japan.
  723. There are two types of Fugen Enmei Bosatsu image: one with 20 arms of Shingon sect and one with two arms of Tendai Sect.
  724. There are two types of Okuiri, 'the first Okuiri' (the first version) that was written in the Oshima-bon and the Meiyurinmo-bon manuscripts, and 'the second Okuiri' (the second version) that was included in Sadaie's own hand-written manuscript.
  725. There are two types of Shaku: geshaku which is made of ivory and mokushaku which is made of wood.
  726. There are two types of Shumidan; the higher one is made such that the statue is placed directly on the floor while the lower one is made such that the statue is placed on the altar.
  727. There are two types of Sudare, 'tatezu,' which are rested on the exterior surface of the house or the like, and 'kakezu,' which are hung from the eaves, and even though the use of drapes, curtains and blinds has become widespread, Sudare remain very popular due to their ease of use and aesthetic appeal.
  728. There are two types of Wagoto; one is a Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area) style represented by Tojuro SAKATA with the characters of Izaemon in "Yoshidaya" and Kamiji; the other is an Edo (Tokyo) style represented by Shichisaburo NAKAMURA and Sojuro SAWAMURA with the character of SOGA no Juro.
  729. There are two types of adjectives.
  730. There are two types of conjugations of adjective verbs which was inherited from Early Middle Japanese.
  731. There are two types of dokkaku; bugyo-dokkaku (部行独覚) who pursues enlightenment in company with his peers, and rinkakuyu-dokkaku (麟角喩独覚) who searches after enlightenment alone, looking as solitary as a single horn (角) of a qilin (麒麟) does.
  732. There are two types of euphonic changes which may occur in "kuh-;" the first one can be often seen in dialects in the western Japan and the second one in the eastern Japan.
  733. There are two types of explosion mechanism: 'instantaneous discharge' and 'gradual discharge' with matchlocks, and Japanese matchlocks are classified as instantaneous.
  734. There are two types of frozen Udon noodles, one is made by rapidly freezing fresh Udon noodles soon after they are boiled, and the other is made by rapidly freezing the fresh Udon noodles without boiling.
  735. There are two types of hakama, oguchi-bakama and omote-bakama: first oguchi-bakama is put on, then omote-bakama is worn on top of the oguchi.
  736. There are two types of hon-ihai: fuda-ihai and kuridashi-ihai.
  737. There are two types of ice shaving machines; one is for shaving ice to produce very fine particles of ice like powdered snow and the other to produce small chips of ice.
  738. There are two types of jokotoba: ushin no jo (semantic preface words) and mushin no jo (phonic preface words).
  739. There are two types of kote with one tier of namako or two tiers of namako but it is said there is little difference in functions between them.
  740. There are two types of mortuary spaces of kofun - pit type and horizontal tunnel type.
  741. There are two types of ninjutsu, "Innin" and "Yonin".
  742. There are two types of observation - quantitative observation and qualitative observation.
  743. There are two types of products called 'beta' and 'kuriko' depending upon the method of production, and the latter is a high-grade product.
  744. There are two types of ramen as described above, a 'thick type' which uses a thick soup prepared by boiling chicken and vegetables, and a 'plain type' which uses a clear chicken bone broth.
  745. There are two types of sakuramochi: Edo-fu (Tokyo style) and Kamigata-fu (Kansai style), each of which are made differently.
  746. There are two types of share-ride taxi services.
  747. There are two types of shrines that worship Tsukuyomi.
  748. There are two types of sounds which initiates a four-beat-rhythm; the weaker sound that doesn't ring out (the plectrum is held and it sounds like tsukutsuku), and the louder sound that rings out (small plectrum, medium plectrum, big plectrum, or shoulder plectrum is used, and it sounds like "tenten").
  749. There are two types of soy-sauce; 'lao cho' (a Chinese soy-sauce) which is creamy and mild; 'sheng cho' (a Chinese soy-sauce) which is salty with lighter color.
  750. There are two types of staging for this scene, namely the one prior to Nakazo NAKAMURA (the first) (it still remains in Kamigata kabuki at present) and the one created by Nakazo NAKAMURA the first (Edo kabuki).
  751. There are two types of structures, one of which is to place the lotus-shaped support of a pagoda finial on the base and place a slightly rounded, long, egg-shaped pagoda body upon it.
  752. There are two types of taikodai floats: the kakiyama (a float that is carried on the shoulders of the participants; also known as a katsugiyama) and the hikiyama (a float that is pulled along by the participants).
  753. There are two types of taiyaki pans; single molds (called natural or single molds) and multiple molds (called artificial molds) in a pan.
  754. There are two types of une in shape, the mountain type and the plateau type.
  755. There are two types, kaku-mochi (square mochi) and maru-mochi (round mochi) which are commercially available currently in Japan: one that uses glutinous rice without any processing as its base material; and the other that uses shiratama-ko powder (rice flour).
  756. There are two types, koshian (strained bean paste) and shiroan (white bean paste).
  757. There are two types, namely one with a fan-like top and one of circular shape, and a family crest is carved on it.
  758. There are two views about the tomb; one is that it is a keyhole-shaped Yayoi mound tomb and the other a tomb in the Kofun period.
  759. There are two views according to one of which Sosetsu served the Maeda family of Kaga clan by mediation of a priest, Takuan Soho, however, he soon resigned and lived as a retiree, and according to the other Sosetsu did not served any clan because he hated the intervention of Sotan.
  760. There are two views, and one says that he was assassinated, and the other says that he died because of illness.
  761. There are two ways - burning senko (an incense stick) and burning makko (incense powder).
  762. There are two ways for grilling eggplant, either by grilling the whole piece at once or by slicing it into flat pieces first.
  763. There are two ways of broad classification for the bukeyaku.
  764. There are two ways of using it; grilling food over a net placed on the upper side of the Gotoku, and placing a pan directly on the Gotoku for cooking food.
  765. There are two ways to tie this men himo string: one from the both sides and the other is from the top of the head.
  766. There are two widely held explanations regarding the missing ministers: that they were never actually painted, and that their portraits were lost in the process of transcribing the book.
  767. There are unique customs, such as not hoisting Koinobori (carp streamers) on the day of Tango no Sekku (Children's Day).
  768. There are upside-down umbrella shaped foldable mosquito nets designed for infants and dining tables.
  769. There are usually two directions to draw the Gobosei.
  770. There are variances in the translation of the "Muryo-kyo Sutra," or the original Sanskrit text of "Bussetsu Muryoju-kyo Sutra," so that there are discrepancies in the number of vows.
  771. There are varieties of tosoki, including lacquer ware, ceramics, glassware etc.
  772. There are varieties such as the one that rolls 'konbu or kobu' (kelp) into the product called 'kobu-maki' (kelp roll) or the one called 'aka-maki' (red roll) similar to 'naruto-maki' (naruto roll).
  773. There are varieties that are called "shuzo tekisei mai" (literally, rice appropriate for sake brewing) in order to avoid being deemed as general-purpose rice or food rice.
  774. There are variety of recipes for grilled eggplant depending on a family, by using noodle soup base or sprinkling shaved dried bonito over it before eating, for example.
  775. There are variety of ways to eat sobagaki as part of home cooking.
  776. There are various accounts of Yamata no Orochi.
  777. There are various alternate names for sonae, but it is often used with multiple meanings including sonae.
  778. There are various architectural styles for shrines; shinmei-zukuri, taisha-zukuri, and sumiyosi-zukuri are considered to be the oldest.
  779. There are various arguments surrounding the origin of mikoshi including the one as described below:
  780. There are various assumptions about what contents this 'one volume of genealogy' included.
  781. There are various beliefs as to the birthplace of hayashi rice, and currently many restaurants allege that they are the originator.
  782. There are various categorization methods such as by style, purpose, burning method, color, grade and production region, therefore, when classified, there are more than 1000 kinds of Kawara.
  783. There are various characteristics seen including modern water.
  784. There are various conjectures about the who invented Rikyu's Buddhist name: Soto DAIRIN, Sokin SHOREI, or Sochin KOKEI.
  785. There are various conjectures about to what extent the construction project really progressed after the ceremony to consecrate the Great Buddha was conducted seven years after the planning.
  786. There are various countries including France, Italy, China, Korean Peninsula (including South Korea and North Korea), Bhutan and Nepal where buckwheat is processed to make noodles for food
  787. There are various descriptions of gluttony being held as a virtue in Korea, and Shihei HAYASHI wrote as follows.
  788. There are various diminutives, nicknames and terms for geigi.
  789. There are various discussions over this unusual enthronement.
  790. There are various ensemble techniques, such as jiawase, danawase, uchiawase, honte kaede ensemble and sankyoku ensemble.
  791. There are various events such as Western horsemanship, reining, barrel racing, and cutting.
  792. There are various examples of gotoku, such as those with the nail (kaeshi) part (the tips of the legs of gotoku) in the shape of the head of viper or cow, or those with long or square nails, designed and made by Yojiro TSUJI, a caster active during the time of the tea master SEN no Rikyu.
  793. There are various examples of usage of rice straws, such as shimenawa (sacred rice straw ropes), straw sandals, natto (fermented soy bean) wrapping, filler material, tatami mats, straw rice bags, feed and fertilizers.
  794. There are various explanations as to the place of his death, "Zenpo-in (Zenpo-bo) at Oshikoji Minami/Madenokoji Higashi."
  795. There are various explanations such as that it was a tool for making sake or for making medicine but they remain uncertain.
  796. There are various expressions such as Amenokagoyumi, Amenohajiyumi and Amenokakuya.
  797. There are various figures of the statue of Kannon Bodhisattva, Kannon Bosatsu (Kanzeon Bosatsu, Kanjizai Bosatsu), among which the statues with one face and two arms are called Sho Kannon, not the statues with superhuman appearance and many faces and arms.
  798. There are various figures other than sitting in the clouds in "Kakuzensho" (a text compiled by Kakuzen).
  799. There are various forms and they are different around the world.
  800. There are various forms of float.
  801. There are various forms of it such as straight line, no side weave, flat weave, 奴籐, suginari (fir face), and 等籐.
  802. There are various groups within the Sekishu-ryu, divided into several schools according to the original traditional geneaology, or by area.
  803. There are various historical theories as to whether the story of Emperor visiting Ohara was true or not.
  804. There are various honorific names of Senju Kannon as above.
  805. There are various ingredients (mi) of miso soup depending on the areas and some examples follow;
  806. There are various interpretations of The Tale of Genji as to character's identity and so on, but in order to make a genealogy, it is necessary to decide which interpretation you accept.
  807. There are various interpretations of pure lands for rebirth, but it generally means the Buddhist paradise that is considered to be the pure land of Amida Buddha.
  808. There are various interpretations on 'Tada-Genji' of Seiwa-Genji as follows today, and all interpretations have good reasons.
  809. There are various kimarite as a matter of course, but kimarite are officially classified into some groups such as throw, footsweep, drop, and twisting.
  810. There are various kinds among the karamono (those imported from China), such as those made of rosewood or ebony as well as lacquer ware, and those inlaid with mother-of-pearl.
  811. There are various kinds of bean jam such as azuki bean.
  812. There are various kinds of chu (finger grip of a seal), such as animal-shape chu or man-shape chu, mainly, and more than 200 kinds has been recognized.
  813. There are various kinds of comics.
  814. There are various kinds of discussions on measures against global warming and Kyoto Protocol.
  815. There are various kinds of display styles throughout the country, but most of them are categorized into the three types described below.
  816. There are various kinds of komonjo depending on when a document was written and who addressed it to whom.
  817. There are various kinds of machine-made torinoko with various qualities, ranging from those made of kozo and mitsumata of bast fiber to those made of wood pulp.
  818. There are various kinds of naginata such as konaginata, hirumaki naginata and double-edged naginata.
  819. There are various kinds of skepticism on credibility or influence of the global warming, but the tendencies are limited to a few, and they are deniable in general and have little credibility.
  820. There are various kinds of tuning to cover every different key, and also to create a different atmosphere depending upon the tuning (See also 'Jiuta' for details).
  821. There are various kinds.
  822. There are various komon, such as 'Bingata komon,' 'tie-dyed komon,' and 'printed cotton komon,' that depend upon the dyeing technique.
  823. There are various legends regarding the main enshrined deity and texts including "Tangonokuni Shikishasho Jikko" (Lectures on Tango Shrines Noted in the Engishiki) claim it to be Izanagi no Mikoto (one of the two deities principally responsible for the formation of the world).
  824. There are various legends surrounding her and her true identity remains unclear.
  825. There are various materials used to make fukusa, such as silk, cotton, or synthetic fibers.
  826. There are various methods of drawing lots but the common ones are:
  827. There are various methods of yose, but a typical method is to do work of 'gathering' ('yoseru' in Japanese) toward the center with a kai while making the soy milk in the pail react with the bittern.
  828. There are various models for 'hare,' 'ke,' and 'kegare,' such as the cycle model of Sakurai, who suggests that 'kegare' (impurity, withering) is the withering of the energy of ke, which drives everyday life, and that 'kegare' recovers through festivals, which are 'hare.'
  829. There are various names depending on the sect, so it is also called Bussetsu Maka Hannya Haramitashin-gyo Sutra, Maka Hannya Haramitashin-gyo Sutra and Hannya Haramitashin-gyo Sutra.
  830. There are various opinions about Suesada's origin; some believe that he was descended from MINAMOTO no Mitsuyoshi, while others believe that he was from Kai-Genji (a branch of the Kawachi-Genji that settled in Kai Province)
  831. There are various opinions about Yajiemon becoming a ronin; the one from "Seishinfu" (the biographies of retainers of Shibata Domain) is most convincing that Yajiemon was driven out of the domain to take the blame for the accidental fire of a castle turret.
  832. There are various opinions about his secular name.
  833. There are various opinions about how the sects were spun off, according to some representative theories, some sects are as follows:
  834. There are various opinions about its origin, and similar things before its emergence include dofuku, juttoku, and so on.
  835. There are various opinions about the differences in historical description between "Kojiki" and "Nihonshoki."
  836. There are various opinions about the enforcement of the Ritsuryo system, with some theories claiming that the stipulations of the Ritsuryo system were strictly enforced, and others that common law was still used in ruling the country.
  837. There are various opinions about the existence of 'Takeda's famous cavalry,' which however is not limited to the Battle of Nagashino.
  838. There are various opinions about the origin of this term, and one of them has it that this term derives from the fact that 'monosashi' (rulers) are used to make such products.
  839. There are various opinions about this purported "magic," but no specific details are known.
  840. There are various opinions about why Migimae has prevailed in Japan and when the Japanese people began to wear clothes Migimae.
  841. There are various opinions as to when konpeito was first introduced to Japan but it is considered that, konpeito, along with other Nanbangashi (Portuguese and Spanish confectioneries) such as kasutera sponge cake and aruheito (toffee), was introduced to Japan in 1550.
  842. There are various opinions as to whether or not Nobunaga ODA wanted to be Seii Taishogun, but it is not possible to know for sure.
  843. There are various opinions on his date of death, such as January 13, 1822.
  844. There are various opinions on the ingredients and preparation, and it is said that there are 11 types such as honeydew, rum blossom and strawberry; there is also an opinion that there are different types according to the aims of prayers such as the defeat of evil (調伏) and for good health.
  845. There are various opinions on the origin of Ebi furai.
  846. There are various opinions on the origin of karinto but none of them is definitive.
  847. There are various opinions on the origins of his common name, Akuemon; some say that it came from this incident, and others say that he called himself with this name.
  848. There are various opinions over the existence or disappearance of the Jingi.
  849. There are various opinions regarding his place of birth, including Iga province, Kawachi province, Tango province and Totomi province (present day Hamamatsu City).
  850. There are various opinions regarding the deities of the Hassho-goryo and, in addition to those given above, Imperial prince Iyo (son of Emperor Kanmmu), Lady FUJIWARA (FUJIWARA no Yoshiko, mother of Imperial prince Iyo) and an administrative inspector (FUJIWARA no Nakanari) are also considered to be included.
  851. There are various opinions surrounding the rationale for surume to be considered a good-luck item.
  852. There are various origins of the 33 Kannon; among them, while some kannons (such as Byakue Kannon and Tarason Kannon) originated in India, others developed uniquely in China and Japan.
  853. There are various other aikido practitioners and independent factions that study the possibilities of aikido as an art of self-defense, and since there are techniques and movements in mixed martial arts and karate that are common to those of aikido, some consider it useful as an art of self-defense.
  854. There are various other opinions about about the members of the Gotairo; one theory says that Yoshitsugu OTANI was a member of the Gobugyo, as Geni MAEDA was treated specially as Kyotoshoshidai.
  855. There are various other patterns; some deal with the personalities of characters, whereas others remind readers of the fact that the first three frames are already absurd.
  856. There are various other records, as well.
  857. There are various other types of ichigo daifuku, including ones with only a strawberry and ones with whipped cream and a strawberry.
  858. There are various patterns in which hibutsu are unveiled.
  859. There are various reactions to such honkatori.
  860. There are various reasons for performance cancellation such as illness, accident, arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol, filming for other company and so on.
  861. There are various remains such as the Makimuku ruins from the Kofun Era in the surrounding area, and large keyhole-shaped tombs such as the Hashihaka tomb and Hokenoyama tomb, and burial mounds of Emperor Suijin, Emperor Keiko, and Emperor Suinin.
  862. There are various researches which classify various characteristics such as styles and terms of "Nihonshoki."
  863. There are various revisions in the ryo which are less important than those for the codes for farmland, but on the other hand, ritsu (criminal code) clearly had a tendency to mimic the ritsu from Tang.
  864. There are various schools of Tosenkyo such as kisen-ryu, misen-ryu, miyakoon-ryu, and towa-ryu schools.
  865. There are various sizes of Kurimanju, ranging from a small one to a big one with a whole chestnut inside.
  866. There are various sizes of Shoji for daylight in various positions on the walls.
  867. There are various sizes of tatami mat and there was no standard for the bay, and inevitably, as a result, there are various sizes of doors.
  868. There are various sizes, such as 20 dai, 30 dai, 50 dai, 70 dai, 100 dai, 120 dai, 150 dai and 200 dai.
  869. There are various sizes.
  870. There are various speculations on the reason for these exceptions.
  871. There are various stones called as Yonaki Ishi in various regions.
  872. There are various stories about the origin of 'ume.'
  873. There are various stories about the origin of the Mitsuba-aoi, as shown below:
  874. There are various stories regarding differences in onigiri and omusubi, such as onigiri is triangle and omusubi is rectangular rounds contrary to the above.
  875. There are various styles of Kasagake archery which differ depending upon the type of target and, aim of the event.
  876. There are various styles of fastening or tying fundoshi peculiar to certain areas and ancient schools of martial arts or swimming.
  877. There are various styles of yamakasa decoration, and some yamakasa combine several styles.
  878. There are various theories about Ikeda's death.
  879. There are various theories about Kasai clan's detailed genealogy.
  880. There are various theories about Nobushige's jijin, but generally he is said to have been killed when he was sitting on a stone path in Yasui-jinja Shrine.
  881. There are various theories about Yasaburo-baba.
  882. There are various theories about his age at death: 64, 71, and so on.
  883. There are various theories about his birth mother (which varies from a daughter of Seishu ANDO to a daughter of Shigeyasu ANDO, who was from the same clan and was the saemonshoi (junior lieutenant of the left division of outer palace guards) of 甘羅令 of Kozuke Province).
  884. There are various theories about his death as described below.
  885. There are various theories about his death.
  886. There are various theories about his eleven-layer break.
  887. There are various theories about how he ended his life and it is not clear.
  888. There are various theories about how the manufacturing method came to the region, such as a theory suggesting that it was introduced from Fukuoka via Japan Sea Trade.
  889. There are various theories about how to define Japanese literature, and many factors are considered, such as language, the area of publication, and literary form.
  890. There are various theories about its actual status and discussions still continue to this day.
  891. There are various theories about its date of creation because of the city landscape depicted.
  892. There are various theories about its origins, including that it developed from a 'ta-asobi' ritual to pray for a good harvest before planting rice or that it was introduced from overseas, but there are still many uncertainties as to its origins.
  893. There are various theories about the background of Hakata Udon acquiring the characteristics of 'inelastic and softness' as follows.
  894. There are various theories about the dates of his birth and death and they remain uncertain, but many references point out that he died at the age of 68, and by calculating back from the most reliable "Chuyu-ki" entry, dated July 15, 1106, it is mostly likely that he was born in 1039.
  895. There are various theories about the moment in which the name was changed from Kumonjo to Mandokoro.
  896. There are various theories about the origin of Doburoku: a theory that it was brought from China with the direct transmission of the rice-producing culture from the Yangtze River/the Yellow River region (around 3,000 B.C.), a theory of spontaneous generation by natural fermentation and other theories.
  897. There are various theories about the origin of the Aki clan, and that remains undetermined.
  898. There are various theories about the origin of the Takasugi clan.
  899. There are various theories about the origin of the maneki-neko.
  900. There are various theories about the origin of the name "Tonkatsu."
  901. There are various theories about the origin of the word 'Saibara,' ('Saiba' literally means 'to speed up horses') which are listed below:
  902. There are various theories about the reasons for the burial as below.
  903. There are various theories about the start of the Yayoi period.
  904. There are various theories about the year of his death.
  905. There are various theories about what his name comes from, none of which has been well established.
  906. There are various theories about when '阿倍氏' was altered to '安倍氏,' but the most credible theory is that it happened during Enryaku era through Konin era, which was the early Heian period.
  907. There are various theories about when it was written, ranging from the end of the 15th century to the mid-16th century.
  908. There are various theories about why the Chinese character "秦" is read as "Hata" (formerly "Hada"), one of which is that the reading derives from "Pada" meaning ocean in Korean, others being that it derives from the word for "loom" in Japanese, or from "Hatan," a place in Silla (ancient Korea).
  909. There are various theories and claims on what can be defined as Taisho Democracy.
  910. There are various theories and legends concerning the origin of the Oura clan, but the predominant theory is that they were a local ruling family of the Nanbu clan.
  911. There are various theories as to the date of his death.
  912. There are various theories as to the dates of his birth and death; according to 'Nanto Kosoden,' he was born in 749 and died on August 23, 824.
  913. There are various theories as to the definition of Mokkatsuji-ban among researchers: one theory is that it started from the Kanei era (1624-1643): another theory is from the Tenmei and the Kansei eras (1781-1800).
  914. There are various theories as to the origin of the word, and one of them asserts that "encu" (meaning "person" in the Ainu language of the Sakhalin Ainu) is its origin.
  915. There are various theories as to what 'Asagao no Hana' would indicate; some say it refers to the morning glory, the rose of Sharon, the California rose and the balloon flower, but the most widely held theory is the one supporting the possibility of the balloon flower.
  916. There are various theories as to whether or not he actually existed.
  917. There are various theories as to which kami the name 'Ameterumitamano-kami' refers.
  918. There are various theories as to which station sold the first Ekiben in Japan.
  919. There are various theories as to why Susano was thought to be a younger brother of Amaterasu and an important god.
  920. There are various theories as to why only Chuso has a different structure and whether it is actually the original style.
  921. There are various theories concerning the origin of sanshamairi, but it is not clear.
  922. There are various theories in regard to the translator.
  923. There are various theories on facts of Kenshin's relationship with women, which cannot be confirmed, they are not based on reliable evidence.
  924. There are various theories on the date of his death, such as October 1, October 30, October 31, November 7, and November 19.
  925. There are various theories on the kun reading of "以死."
  926. There are various theories on the origin of Toshiya.
  927. There are various theories on the origin of the word munagi, ranging from those that say that eels are round and slender just like a 'munagi' (ridgepole), their chests are yellow as in 'munagi' (yellow chest), and the chest is slit open upon cooking as in 'munabiraki' (opening the chest), among others.
  928. There are various theories on the presumed location of Utaarasuda, that include the Uenomura region, the Katsuranosato region, and the basin of the Arisu-gawa River.
  929. There are various theories on the reason for his exile, one theory says he had a conflict with the temple followers about the operation of the temple, another says his misconduct during a drunken frenzy or another says he criticized the Edo Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) for intervening with the Imperial Court.
  930. There are various theories on the reason why the bell is struck one hundred and eight times.
  931. There are various theories on this document, for example, this person might have been Nobumune, Muneie's father, who went down to local regions around the same period.
  932. There are various theories on what 'Uzumasa' was named after.
  933. There are various theories regarding Moritsugu's capture but he was caught by the Minamoto clan and sent to Kamakura.
  934. There are various theories regarding an explanation for this rule, but it has been speculated that the main god in the outer shrine may originally not have had masculine properties.
  935. There are various theories regarding collection method; collection at the local area using So, Shozei (rice tax) and Jishi trade (trade between tax [rice] and specialty goods), and labor for production with Zoyo are considered possibilities.
  936. There are various theories regarding her Imina (personal name).
  937. There are various theories regarding his life.
  938. There are various theories regarding his origins, but details are unknown.
  939. There are various theories regarding the history and believability.
  940. There are various theories regarding the origin of mirin, but none have been determined as fact.
  941. There are various theories regarding the origin of the custom of eating eel on the Ox day during the summer doyo, but the best known of them is that the idea was devised by Gennai HIRAGA, who came from Sanuki Province.
  942. There are various theories regarding the origin of the word, such as the theory that it mimics how a lotus leaf floats on the surface of water, being moved by the wind or current, or that it mimics how morning dew rolls upon the lotus leaf.
  943. There are various theories regarding the reasons for the relocation of the capital city to Kyoto.
  944. There are various theories regarding the shinmei (name of god), 'Kuninotokotachi,' such as the theory claiming that it describes the appearance of a national toko (alcove, foundation, earth), or that it indicates that the nation will remain standing forever.
  945. There are various theories that state that they were originally sanctuaries or settlements.
  946. There are various theories whether he was an actual person or not.
  947. There are various theories, but it is believed that he rejected the offer from Ujiyasu HOJO (some say he served the Hojo clan for a period of time) and returned to the service of the Tokugawa clan.
  948. There are various theories, not necessarily accurate, as to the conditions in Japan at that time.
  949. There are various theories.
  950. There are various traditions devoted to various Jodo.
  951. There are various traditions on the substance of Awashima no kami (Awashima Myojin).
  952. There are various tricks or moves to illustrate the eating of a variety of different foods and in a range of situations.
  953. There are various tsuke soba such as Kamo (duck) tsuke and Niku (meat) tsuke.
  954. There are various type of aspergillus used in the East.
  955. There are various types noh masks other than these.
  956. There are various types of altars, including stone altars made from naturally table- or board-shaped stone; soil altars made by piling up earth; stonework altars made by laying stones; and altars set up by spreading animal skins or straw mats on the ground.
  957. There are various types of canned kayu.
  958. There are various types of discounts depending on the taxi company, including 50% off of the fare (Go-Go fare) when the fare is over 5000 yen, 30% off when the fare is over 5000 yen, and 10% off when the fare is over 9000 yen.
  959. There are various types of kayu available in vacuum packs.
  960. There are various types of shiruko including the ones as described below in addition to those basic varieties that have been previously mentioned.
  961. There are various types such as the one covering only a thumb, the one covering a forefinger and a thumb, the one covering a whole hand and a wrist and so on.
  962. There are various views about his place of origin, but it remains unknown.
  963. There are various views about the expression, 'beginning to listen to the Imperial politics,' which suggests Otsu's political participation.
  964. There are various views about the origin of the title "Manyoshu."
  965. There are various views about this color, but it is believed to have been slightly purplish dark pink like the color of red ume (Japanese apricot) blossom in about the Heian period.
  966. There are various views as to whether Hidetsugu's immorality was true or not; there is a view that Hideyoshi regarded him as a nuisance because his son was born.
  967. There are various views on the cause of his death; one of them was that he died of syphilis.
  968. There are various views on the color including yellow and green; according to the description in the "Hakushimonju" ("Bai-Shi Wen Ji," a collection of poems by Hakkyoi, a famous Chinese poet), the color is the green shoots of a willow in spring.
  969. There are various views on the reason for this incident.
  970. There are various views on the reason of his death such as a stomach cancer.
  971. There are various views on the reason why the man from Mino Province moved to Kazusa Province, and it is commonly said that he was a vassal of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in Kyoto when he was young.
  972. There are various views on the title; They may be broadly classified as follows.
  973. There are various views on the year of his birth, so that some believe it was 1539 and others believe it was 1537.
  974. There are various views regarding its origin.
  975. There are various views regarding relations with Kenshin UESUGI, Kagekatsu's uncle and adoptive father, ranging from Kagekatsu respecting and longing for Kenshin to one that such relations were tense.
  976. There are various ways of chanting it, as described below.
  977. There are various ways of enjoying funa-zushi such as eating as is and adding to the bowl of rice in hot tea as a topping.
  978. There are various ways of expression; in one case they are placed around a circular Buddhist altar such as the statues of Shin-Yakushi-ji Temple, and in another case they form a halo or a foundation of the statue of Yakushi-nyorai.
  979. There are various ways of making it depending on one's taste.
  980. There are various ways of moving a yamakasa.
  981. There are various ways to wrap onigiri with a sheet of dried laver.
  982. There are very few Jewish people.
  983. There are very few temples devoted to the bodhisattva Seishi, but followers of the Pure Land sect believe Honen to be the reincarnation of Seishi (Honen's childhood name was Seishimaru) and is thought to have been created as Honen's true Buddha form.
  984. There are very few, but some smaller bronze ware were also excavated, such as the tip of a spade used as farming equipment, a Japanese-style plane with long handle as a tool, and an arrowhead as smaller weapon.
  985. There are views that he was Shikinomiko, a son of the Emperor Tenchi, or Yuge no Okimi, a grandson of Prince Shotoku, but the view accepted most widely is that he is simply a mythological figure.
  986. There are views that he was adopted by Kosuke SUKETAKAYA IV.
  987. There are wall paintings as well as mandala (Buddhist visual schema of the enlightened mind) Buddhist paintings called Thangka and used in rites for praying.
  988. There are weapons including 20 iron swords and nine iron swords of sharpened two edges.
  989. There are wearable Tawawa-chan suits.
  990. There are wide variations among shoso in terms of forms and stored materials.
  991. There are wide varieties of Yosenabe, whose dashi broth and ingredients vary in each region.
  992. There are wooden standing statues in Hogon-ji Temple, Toma Muryoko-ji Temple (Sagamihara City, Kanagawa Prefecture), and Higashiyama Choraku-ji Temple (Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City).
  993. There are words and phrases unique to the Edomae-zushi world including the words called 'sushi-kotoba' (sushi words) in ancient times and the jargons used among sushi chefs.
  994. There are words to assist in remembering how to wear kimono, 'dyed kimono with woven obi (a belt or sash for kimono) (for formal wear), and woven kimono with dyed obi (for casual wear).'
  995. There are works that have only one body or those that have many arms (four or six), but they are rare.
  996. There are, at present, no symbol trees at any of the Arashiyama Main Line stations; however, as was the case with 'Randen Kaiwai-kan,' they will most likely be planted at almost all of the stations in the near future.
  997. There are, however, albeit only a few danna-sama remaining in large cities such as Tokyo and Kyoto today.
  998. There are, however, tumuli with this particular name in various regions, so it was named by putting Yamato at the beginning of the name.
  999. There aren't many limited express trains available going toward Hokuriku compared to the JR Kyoto Line, since they enter the Kosei Line from Yamashina Station.
  1000. There aren't many reliable materials concerning the authorship and writing process of "Heiji Monogatari."

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