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  1. There arose 'Joyaku (treaty) faction' and 'Kantai (fleet) faction' in the Navy later.
  2. There came Shochi TAKEBE and Densuke OWAKI, who challenged Reiyo to an argument.
  3. There can be a monopolization for the people within the region instead of tax and a monopolization for exclusive sales on the market outside the region.
  4. There can be many factors in these changes; for example, increasing knowledge on Chinese classic books, but it is thought that the main factor is that poetry turned from the things to be sung into the things to be written.
  5. There can be seen eclipse mythologies and winter solstitial mythologies in various parts of the world (=>death and regeneration god).
  6. There certainly was a big transformation within the local society during that time.
  7. There continued an era of peace during the late Edo period.
  8. There could be no objections. (Source: Article for the fifth day of the intercalary second month in "Gyokuyo).'
  9. There did not exist many shoens which consisted of only one village but mostly of two to several villages and most of them existed compositely with the other shoens.
  10. There ensued a prolonged feud between the Retired Emperor Reigen, attempting to exercising virtual ruling authority as retired emperor, on one hand and Motohiro KONOE and the Bakufu in Edo trying to obstruct the retired Emperor's intention on the other.
  11. There exist a lot of swords made during the war-torn period that are engraved with names of Shinto and Buddhist deities the owners believed in or with mantra, which interestingly reflects warriors' naked feelings.
  12. There exist earthen figurines of various shapes, including those commonly known as the heart-shaped figurine, the horned-owl-like figurine, and the goggle-eyed figurine.
  13. There exist even traffic signs that say 'Take care of the deer's leaping out to the road.'
  14. There exist juzu that are composed of 1080 beads called Hyakumanben-nenju (literally, one hundred times of nenju).
  15. There exist many kinds of mandala works including those that depict various Buddha or rokudo-rinne (Rebirth in the Six Worlds) and Sand mandala which was produced with colored sand is also well known.
  16. There exist many monto who comply with the respective doctrine of the sect in question when attending Buddhist services of other sects so that they can avoid needless confrontation, and follow the doctrine of Jodo Shinshu Sect only in the event of their families' Buddhist service.
  17. There exist many theories of Mahayana Buddhism on Amitabha Buddha and the Land of Bliss, among which the theories emphasizing the concept of a belief in Jodo after death are shown below:
  18. There exist many towns called 'Little Kyoto' that are not member of the National Kyoto Conference, promoting themselves for the sake of tourism.
  19. There exist records showing that prayers were offered for Dakiniten at an Esoteric Buddhism ceremony performed on the occasion of an emperor's enthronement.
  20. There exist remains at Kamiamano, Katsuragi-cho, Ito-gun, Wakayama Prefecture, the place where Saigyo's wife and a daughter are believed to have lived while being engaged in asectic practices.
  21. There exist several historic sites related to Otehime in and around Kawamata-machi, and Tsukidate-machi is carrying out a campaign to promote the town as "Otehime no sato" (the town Otehime lived in), led by the commerce and industry association of the town.
  22. There exist several kinds of Gokeshidai's manuscripts, such as that of Nobutane NAKAMIKADO's handwriting (in six volumes, owned by Tenri Library), and that of Chikanaga KANROJI's (in four volumes, formerly owned by "Kajuji-ryu" [the Kajuji line] and now owned by Kyoto University).
  23. There exist some books in kakushi nenbutsu, and Hoyosho is its scripture.
  24. There exist some differences, such as the number of Omodama, between juzu for males and for females.
  25. There exist some old references like "Mumyozoshi," "Imakagami (The Mirror of the Present)" and "Genji Ipponkyo," which state that there are 60 volumes in "The Tale of Genji."
  26. There exist some oral traditions that were fabricated, dressed-up, or have been passed down mistakenly.
  27. There exist some other songs listed below related to Kyoto University.
  28. There exist some people who do not replace an inner string based on the thought that the cutting of string leads to the cutting of mishap.
  29. There exist some well-known bronze bells, such as the bronze bell that is said to have been excavated in Kagawa Prefecture - this is owned by the Tokyo National Museum, and is designated as a national treasure - and the bronze bell that was excavated in Sakuragaoka, Kobe City - this is owned by the Kobe City Museum, and is also designated as a national treasure.
  30. There exist some well-known haniwa, such as the Man In Armor Haniwa (excavated in Ota City, Gunma Prefecture, and designated as a national treasure), and the Haniwa of the Dancing Man and Woman (excavated in Saitama Prefecture).
  31. There exist songs titled 'Uji Tea Dance Song' and 'Loving Tea Girl.'
  32. There exist sushi restaurants in the cities where many Japanese resident officers live.
  33. There exist the shite-kata (actors who play leading characters) Hosho school and the waki-kata (supporting actors) Hosho school which is specially called Shimogakari Hosho school, and these are totally different schools.
  34. There exist two theories on the relationship between Tadahisa and Hirokoto, and one says Tadahisa was the real son of Hirokoto, while the other says Tadahisa was the adopted child of Hirokoto.
  35. There exist two types of competition, the naginata match and the naginata performance.
  36. There exist various theories about how much currency value 1 ryo has today.
  37. There existed a diary "Naritokiki" written by him, but it was dissipated and at present only a segment is conserved.
  38. There existed a fundamental difference between Omi and Muraji.
  39. There existed many gyoji families such as the Gojo family, the Yoshioka family, the Hattori family, the Shakushi family, the Isshiki family, the Iwai family, the Shikimori family, the Kimura family, the Kise family, the Kagamiyama family, the Nagase family, and so on.
  40. There existed many other countries than Japan where Mongolian expedition resulted in failure.
  41. There existed no evidence that he was punished.
  42. There existed other ryo (administrative laws) of the same name in the Ritsuryo law system of the Sui and Tang dynasties in China.
  43. There existed otsukegaro (karo assigned directly by the shogun when the sons of the Tokugawa became daimyo) in the Tokugawa gosanke (three privileged branches of the Tokugawa family) such as the Owari Tokugawa family, the Kishu Tokugawa family and the Mito Tokugawa family.
  44. There existed some kinds of events within the Toshiya, and among them, 'Oyakazu' is well-known, in which participants competed for the most number of arrows that could be shot through from the southern edge to the northern edge of the hallway during an entire day and night.
  45. There exists a document known as 'Zoendoshocho (造円堂所牒)' dated December 20, 763 in Shosoin Monjo (documents retained in Shosoin), and the word 'Endo (円堂)' in this document is considered to refer to Hakkakudo of Eisan-ji Temple.
  46. There exists a family tree showing he was the father of Nobusada ODA of the 'Oda Danjonojo family,' one of the three magistrates of Kiyosu, but the possibility of deception has been pointed out.
  47. There exists a famous haiku written by Yugen, saying "In the coldness my back is on Yoshinaka's gravestone".
  48. There exists a large volume of documents and data regarding Korin and the Kariganeya within the Konishi family, into which Juichiro was adopted.
  49. There exists a legend in Mt. Koya that he became a Tengu (long-nosed goblin) to defend Buddhism, and he flew into heaven using the portals of inner gate as wings.
  50. There exists a photograph sowing that he was selling bread while advertising as "service bread," "earthquake steamed bread," etc.
  51. There exists a record saying Kaneyoshi ICHIJO stayed at Shoho-ji Temple in Mino and saw ukai in the era of Bunmei (Japan).
  52. There exists a revised version, "Yonezame Monogatari," which is considered to have been written in the 14th century.
  53. There exists a view that he was born in 1072.
  54. There exists an "Izumi Shikibu Nikki," a diary about the details of her love with Prince Atsumichi in story form, but whether she in fact wrote it is questionable.
  55. There exists an opinion that Japan promoted education of Korean language, and the prevalence of Hangeul among Korean people was a result of the Japanese policy.
  56. There exists an opinion that he lost one eye because of the wound he suffered in the above-mentioned Battle of Inou.
  57. There exists another Atago-jinja Shrine (Kameoka City) at the entrance to a climbining trail on the Kameoka City side.
  58. There exists another example that a large ship, which was about 55m in length, about 13m in width, and equipped with 100 oars and watchtowers at the bow and the stern, was built in Sawayama, the lake side of Biwako Lake in 1573 on the order of Nagahide NIWA (from Shincho-koki).
  59. There exists another formation made of 5 statues that includes Jizo-Bosatsu, i.e., Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva, and Ryujyu-Bosatsu, i.e., Naagaarjuna Bodhisattva.
  60. There exists mounds called fudezuka.
  61. There exists no definite historical material about the year of his birth.
  62. There exists no document about the correct number of casted Keicho Kin and Keicho Chogin (silver oval coin) due to the destruction of "Document of Goto Office" by fire during the Great Fire of Meireki.
  63. There exists only one manuscript that has been handed down in the Maeda family of Kaga Province (the book collection of MAEDA-Ikutokukai).
  64. There exists only shamelessness and idleness in his big body and fat face.'
  65. There exists traditional steam bath called Asemushi (sweat sauna).
  66. There go from the bottom Fifth Kyu (rank) to the top First Kyu, but no Dan-i (rank above Kyu) is certified.
  67. There had been a number of her belongings that reminded her exchanges with Rodin, but most of them were lost in air raids over Gifu.
  68. There had been a number of occasions in which Shogun or Shogunal Deputies escaped from Kyoto; but this time, because even the personnel like members of Council of State or magistrates also escaped, the Kyoto bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) collapsed.
  69. There had been a trend toward separation of 'Kanjo no maki' (the Initiate's Chapter) from "The Tale of the Heike," but it was finally separated by Kakuichi.
  70. There had been an old custom of presenting hatsuho (the first crops) to their benefactors around that time when ears of early-ripening rice plants become ripe.
  71. There had been dedicated sake retailers called 'ukezake,' and reputed sake produced in rural areas had been sold in Kyoto since the late Muromachi period; and the bakufu also imposed taxes on them.
  72. There had been different prayers for June and December ceremonies, but only the one for June survived.
  73. There had been drastic changes since the period of the sixth shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA.
  74. There had been number of incidents in which Yoriie had misgoverned, increasing his retainers' discontent.
  75. There had been only one god per generation, and this generation is the first to have a pair of a god and a goddess.
  76. There had been orders to look for gold all across Japan yet they were unable to find any.
  77. There had been skillful sword craftsmen in Awataguchi, Kyoto since ancient times.
  78. There had been some theories that the Shinano-Ogasawara clan served as the master of kyuba of the shogun family, Sadamune served as the master of Emperor Godaigo and Nagataka served as the master of Takauji ASHIKAGA, but those are sophistries without any evidence of historical materials.
  79. There had been something like soi, but in 760, Denbo-I and Shugyo-I were placed under Daihossi-I, and four types of ikai (Hosshi-I, 満位, 住位, and 入位) were placed respectively under Denbo-I and Shugyo-I.
  80. There had been strong west winds for several days and there were nearly 100 fishing boats on Waki beach to stay away from the storm.
  81. There had been three Oaza (large section of village) in the village; Jurakumawari, Nishinokyo, and Mibu, but they were organized into a total of 74 towns.
  82. There had been three Oaza, i.e., Fukakusa, Fukuine and Okamedani, in addition to the above 19 Oaza in Fukakusa village (later became Fukakusa town), which were then reorganized into 117 towns when Fushimi Ward was established in 1931.
  83. There had been two Oaza, i.e., Horiuchi and Rokujizo in Horiuchi village, which were reorganized into 55 towns prefixing the name 'Momoyama-cho.'
  84. There had long been methods of escaping danger or hurting an enemy by throwing weapons at them, but the weapons used were tsubute (throwing stones), short swords, uchine (throwing arrows), uchiya (throwing arrows), and needles among other weapons.
  85. There had previously existed a post called "Kyoto Shugo," but in this case it was formally called "Kyoto Shugoshoku," and was pronounced "shugoshoku" in contrast to the Muromachi period's pronunciation, "shugoshiki."
  86. There has been a decline in habitats due to environmental change.
  87. There has been a doctrinal controversy over the Honbutsu (Primordial Buddha) in the Hokke and Nichiren Sects of Buddhism, and the interpretation of Sanposon varies.
  88. There has been a fair (or 'ennichi') held annually since the third Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa (under the program name "Ennichi @ Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa").
  89. There has been a lot of argument that Basho was a ninja because he was born in Iga Ueno.
  90. There has been a record of his visit to the training hall of Rennosuke HAGIWARA, the master of the Jikishinkage-ryu school of swordsmanship, located in modern day Totsuka Ward, Yokohama City.
  91. There has been a study to specify the descendents of the Shikinaisha shrines for a long time.
  92. There has been a theory that naturalized scholars were made into one figure at the time of Kojiki compilation.
  93. There has been a theory, of old, that he was the father of SEN no Shoan, the founder of the Sansenke (three Sen families).
  94. There has been a trend in the length of the woman's haori coat; from 1868 to 1926, a long haori coat extending down to the knees was popular, and around 1955, the short haori coat with the hidden belt became popular.
  95. There has been an advertising campaign to promote the consumption of eel on the Ox days other than the summer one, which has been carried out mainly by eel mariculturists.
  96. There has been an inter-city between Otsu and Hikone, and there were two bidding conflicts over Prefectural Government Office in 1891 and in 1936.
  97. There has been another opinion for long that doubts the description in the Taiheiki and guesses the year of Masatsura's birth to have been a little earlier; however as there are not any definite historical materials, it is a mere conjecture.
  98. There has been conjecture that Yoshikiyo ISSHIKI is Yoshiyuki ISSHIKI's father (or grandfather).
  99. There has been controversy ever since its construction relating to the need for this kind of building in an ancient capital Kyoto.
  100. There has been no 'State Shinto's creed that the 'State Shinto' itself explicitly stated.
  101. There has been no description about his eldest son since he got missing.
  102. There has been no kuni granted to gods from the 11th century onward.
  103. There has been speculation that there was a friction between the couple because Yoshimune was uncomfortable with Takeko's beauty, intelligence, and high lineage (the OTANI family was a family of counts) but Takeko made no mention of divorce and intently waited earnestly for Yoshimune's return.
  104. There has been this sushi in Nagoya and other parts of Owari Province since before this era.
  105. There has for a long time been a hypothesis that the same author wrote both tales, and Tokinaga HAMURO and others as mentioned above have been attributed with the authorship of "Heiji Monogatari."
  106. There has not been any authorization to force women to wear standard female clothing.
  107. There has not been found any original chahakobi ningyo produced by a craftsman in the Edo period.
  108. There have been Kannagi (written as 巫) as prayers and dependence on gods which led to Shrine Shinto and Kannagi (written as 神和ぎ) as awe (fear) of, respect for, and thanks for nature in Koshinto since ancient times.
  109. There have been a discussion on what this term refers to since the Edo Period when the study of Japanese classical literature rose.
  110. There have been controversy over how the Ashikaga School was founded and how the system had its beginning, because no records were left.
  111. There have been different views about who gave shelter to Hideyori and the Shimazu family, and the Kato family have been named.
  112. There have been discussions as to whether to consider Fukuhara-kyo as a capital.
  113. There have been disputes regarding the origins of kofun since before World War II.
  114. There have been evidences in various places that show these regional differences were formed before Aira-Tn ash fall.
  115. There have been many critical biographies about his romantic relationships, and the words of love he wrote in his own diaries and letters have been used in many creative works of later generations.
  116. There have been many different views about the authorship.
  117. There have been many names referring to yujo since ancient times; in old "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), it was called ukareme, and in the Heian period it became asobi instead.
  118. There have been many speculations about the authorship of "Ise Monogatari" since the Heian period.
  119. There have been many theories about the cause of death of Major Shin YAMAGUCHI in recent years.
  120. There have been many theories over where is the exact place or whether the presence of 'Hiyodorigoe no sakaotoshi,' a famous military exploit of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  121. There have been many visitors ever since.
  122. There have been no other instances of a large number of senbutsu being excavated from one location anywhere else in Japan, and although their use has not been clearly identified, the theory that they completely covered the walls of the temple as a decoration is most favored.
  123. There have been numerous occasions when the same person received the appointment more than once, with, for example, Jien and Cloistered Imperial Prince Sonen assuming the post of Tendai-zasu 3 and 4 times respectively.
  124. There have been rumors that more than 60 members of the vassals of the family also became priests on this occasion.
  125. There have been some confirmed contradictions between the historical materials belonging to the san Senke and fact, such as the case in which the person with a congenital leg impairment was Shoan in reality whereas in a san-Senke material it was replaced as Doan.
  126. There have been some delays in developing parking spaces in which jinrikisha can be kept while tourists are given tours at the destination, and in securing rickshaw ranks where they can wait for customers.
  127. There have been some discussions concerning keyhole-shaped tumuli originating in Japan.
  128. There have been some examples of a married couple of a Noh actor from the Kongo school and a dancer from the Inoue school.
  129. There have been the communities such as machi (town) or machiba as a unit of mutual aid across Japan since ancient times, and such communities had a variety of authority as a public unit of self-government in the cities until the Edo period.
  130. There have been two different theories concerning the characteristics of the Emishi, revolving around the relationship with the Ainu since the Edo period.
  131. There have been two major different opinions about the characteristics of myoden in the Japanese historical science world.
  132. There have been two opinions from long ago concerning its author, either Kiyoyuki MIYOSHI or KI no Haseo.
  133. There have been various theories as to the royal line of the Yamato Kingdom.
  134. There have been various theories on the location of Takamanohara since ancient times, and the viewpoints are quite different due to the way of interpreting the myths in Kojiki.
  135. There have been various views regarding the cause that Murashige rebelled against Nobunaga ODA, but it remains uncertain.
  136. There he became a priest with the title of Dozon.
  137. There he committed suicide by his own sword, with Hojo family and vassals.
  138. There he deployed 500 soldiers to block Suzuka mountain pass.
  139. There he discussed an assassination plot against the Tairo, Naosuke II with feudal retainers of Mito and Satsuma Domain.
  140. There he found a shining camphor tree and took it back to the place and offered it to the Emperor.
  141. There he founded 'Takeshiorita-sha Shrine' (later renamed Kenkun-jinja Shrine) where Nobunaga ODA, the progenitor of the Oda clan was enshrined.
  142. There he hears a story of his father Fuhito and an ama (female pearl diver).
  143. There he learned about the state of the Qing dynasty's colonization by the West and of the Taiping Rebellion, a popular uprising that had continued since 1854.
  144. There he learned the Denpo Kanjo (the ceremony to invest someone with Ajari (rank of master)) of Esoteric Buddhism and learned the principles and true way to practice "Shoe Kongocho-kyo" (passed down from Dainichi Nyorai to Kongosatta, Ryumo, Ryuchi, Kongochi, Fuku, Keika and then Kukai).
  145. There he met Emperor Gomizunoo and his younger sister Kazuko.
  146. There he met an ama and begot a child.
  147. There he received a donation from King Shonei, King of Ryukyu; established Keirin-ji Temple outside the castle; and was engaged in missionary work.
  148. There he received a medal, but this did not restore his confidence.
  149. There he served as Zosu (the person in charge of Buddhist scriptures and books on theory) and Shokojisha (the person in charge of burning incense for the chief priest).
  150. There he was both shocked and moved by the suicide of Maresuke NOGI and his wife.
  151. There is "Fu Dainagon Hahaueshu" (A Collection of Mother, a tutor to a crown prince and chief councilor of state) as her anthology.
  152. There is 'Jussetsu no ma' (room of Ten Snow) at the east side from the front, 'Taki no ma' (room of Waterfall) at the west side, behind 'Jussetsu no ma' is 'butsuma,' and behind 'Taki no ma' is 'Hika no ma' (a waiting room).
  153. There is 'Kuni no miyatsuko Hongi' ('Sendai kuji hongi' Vol. 10), which is a record on the periods of establishment of 135 Kuni no miyatsuko across the country which was founded in the 9th century and the persons who were appointed Kuni no miyatsuko.
  154. There is 'a monument to the remains of the venerable Mr. Naosuke NAKAHARA's residence' at the south gate of Kagoshima Prefectural Konan High School.
  155. There is 'kakiage-yuzen,' which is a dyeing technique of drawing a pattern directly on a white cloth with a brush without using the resisting technique.
  156. There is '醤油 ji?ngy?u' of China made from soybeans.
  157. There is Aeon Takanohara Shopping Center around Kintetsu Takanohara Station which is located in the western part of the former Kizu-cho.
  158. There is Aka-oni (a red ogre) with a large taimatsu (a firebrand) in hand, popular sumo wrestlers attend, and a procession of small children is held.
  159. There is Arima kenban and there are 4 okiya including Azusa seki, Tanaka seki, Wakamatsu seki and Hatsune seki today.
  160. There is Atago-yama Koen park.
  161. There is Donzurubo (a place name), which is said to have been formed by volcanic activity, on its north side.
  162. There is Gion beyond Keihan Shijo Station and is accessible by foot.
  163. There is Ikomanimasuikomatsuhiko-jinja Shrine (Ikoma-taisha Shrine), where the God of Mt. Ikoma is worshipped, at the foot of Mt. Ikoma on the Nara Prefecture side.
  164. There is Ishikami Toyota-kofun Tumulus Cluster on the north across the Furu Site, and Kayo-kofun Tumulus Cluster, which is the north branch group of Oyamato-kofun Tumulus Cluster, is on the south across the Furu Site.
  165. There is Isshikida as the same surname but with a different pronunciation.
  166. There is Itadono (name of a building) of FUJIWARA no Toyonari which is known from the "Shosoin monjo" (documents of Shosoin).
  167. There is Iwanagahime-jinja Shrine in Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture, which is related to Kifune-jinja Shrine and has a short history.
  168. There is Junior Traditional Japanese Cuisine Restaurant Association as a centralized nationwide body.
  169. There is Kageboshi Bancha which is made by cutting tea branches in autumn with a sickle, weaving them with rope like a bamboo screen and hanging them from the eaves.
  170. There is Kanamura-jinjya Shrine to enshrine Kanamura in Katsuragi City, Nara Prefecture.
  171. There is Kanenotorii Gate ahead of the gate along the sando (an approach to the temple), upward slop lined with inns, restaurants and souvenir shops.
  172. There is Karato Marketplace (Shimonoseki City) close by.
  173. There is Kinpusen-ji Temple, grand head temple of Kimpusen Shugen Main Sect, whose main object of worship is Zao Gongen which is believed to have been sculptured by EN no Gyoja (a semi-legendary holy man noted for his practice of mountain asceticism during the second half of the 7th century) (EN no Ozunu).
  174. There is Kobe Port as its front entrance, and it has the perfect geographical conditions.'
  175. There is Kushiyama Tumulus right next to this tumulus on the east side.
  176. There is Manpuku-ji Temple, which is the main temple of Obaku Sect, one of the Zen sects, in this surrounding area.
  177. There is Masuyama Tumulus immediately south of the tumulus and both tumuli are build on the northern ridge hills of Mt. Kaifuki.
  178. There is Mitsutorii in front of the haiden (a hall of worship) of Mitsumine-jinja Shrine.
  179. There is Mt. Torikami (now Mt. Sentsu) in Okuizumo-cho on the east side of Izumo Province (the present-day Shimane Prefecture), to which Susano descended, and it was written in Fudoki (ancient record) that Susano named the neighboring city, Yasugi City.
  180. There is Munakata-jinja Shrine (Sakurai City) located outside the dry moat of the back circular part of this tumulus.
  181. There is Muroryuketsu-jinja Shrine, which enshrines a dragon god, located about a kilometer to the east of Muro-ji Temple, the dragon god is related to the origin of Muro-ji Temple.
  182. There is Narabigaoka toward south where Kenko YOSHIDA temporarily spent the life of a hermit.
  183. There is Nishitani Keiji Kinenkan (the Memorial Hall of Keiji NISHITANI) in his birthplace, Ushitsu.
  184. There is Nunagawa-jinja Shrine that enshrines Nunakawa-hime in Itokawa City, Niigata Prefecture.
  185. There is Oiwa-jinja Shrine which enshrines a sacred rock ("iwa" in Japanese) in the mountain.
  186. There is Okami no Mori and Hoi-no-dan which is considered to be the site of Ame-no-manai about half way up the nearby Mt. Kuji-dake.
  187. There is Saibara (also written as 催花楽) in Togaku music, and the name was taken because the songs were sung to its beat.
  188. There is Satsuma Beya (the room of Satsuma) left in Genko-ji Temple of Hongan-ji School, the Jodo Shinshu sect in Minamata City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  189. There is Satsuma ware called 'Kurojoka' as a Japanese sake related tool to warm shochu.
  190. There is Toganoo-jinja Shrine, which is a guardian deity of this area, slightly above the east side of the station.
  191. There is Tokubetsu Fukyo-ku (特別布教区, special propagation district) within tatchu (a sub-temple on the premise of a large temple) of sohonzan.
  192. There is Tsukiyomi-jinja Shrine in Matsumuro Nishikyo Ward near Katsura Rikyu, the name of Katsura came from the Chinese historical event, 'Gekkei (The Katsura tree on the moon).'
  193. There is Wafuku without Okumi.
  194. There is Washio Atago-jinja Shrine on the top of the mountain.
  195. There is Yoshino Mikumari-jinja Shrine, which controls the water distribution, in the Kamisenbon area.
  196. There is Yugeyakata (Yuge Residence) in Biwa-cho, which is believed to be the site of former residence of the Yuge family.
  197. There is a 'Rakugo' comic monologue story titled "Senryo Mikan" (very expensive mikan) in which a person seeks mikan in the off months of mid summer.
  198. There is a 'Song of Chawan-mushi' in Kagoshima dialect.
  199. There is a 'commemoration monument' on the Sando (approach to the temple) to the Shariden hall of Nittai-ji Temple in Kakuozan, Chigusa Ward, to commemorate the great achievements of Momosuke.
  200. There is a 'karakuri-omikuji' (mechanical fortune-telling slip dispenser) in front of the shrine office.
  201. There is a (Grand) Prince Hotel New Takanawa in Takanawa where a palace used to be.
  202. There is a 30 volume set that claims to be a copy of the original, but which is actually a fake.
  203. There is a 400-year-old-great Japanese wisteria tree which is also a symbol flower of the town, and the festival is held as the biggest touristic event.
  204. There is a Arahabaki-jinja Shrine located northwest of the remains of Taga-jo Castle in Miyagi Prefecture.
  205. There is a Binbogami-jinja Shrine built in Ida City, Nagano Prefecture, and the wooden statue of Binbo-gami placed there is enshrined not for worship, but for punching and kicking.
  206. There is a Chatei (rest house) by the pond, decorated with Chabana (flowers appropriate for tea ceremonies or tea house), and it features a calm and Japanese-style feeling.
  207. There is a Children's hall of Tokyo in Shibuya where a palace used to be.
  208. There is a Chinese Legend that a person who drank water from a waterfall, of which there was a chrysanthemum garden at upstream where petals of chrysanthemum were soaked, had gained a long life.
  209. There is a Fuse Zamurai no Ma room, which is said to be the area in which the Samurai guard would wait.
  210. There is a Gidayubushi (musical narrative of the puppet theatre) named "Gunpei Fujimi Saigyo."
  211. There is a Goeika (Buddhist hymn) composed by the priest Honen at the tenth of twenty-five sacred sites which reads "If you leave for the Pure Land as early as possible, you will be able to reach there by the time you die."
  212. There is a Gomon that seems to be one of the structural remnants of the Minakuchi-jo Castle entrance, in the property of Daiko-ji Temple, which is located at the foot of Mt. Kojo.
  213. There is a Green Window ticket counter (Midori-no-madoguchi)
  214. There is a Hokyoin-to (Buddhist stupa) memorializing Yoshihisa and successive heads of the Shimazu family at Fukusho-ji Temple in Kagoshima City.
  215. There is a Japanese expression that goes 'kaya no soto' (lit. 'outside of the mosquito net') which refers to the withholding of important information or leaving somebody out of a group.
  216. There is a Japanese garden to the west of Ohiroma and south of Kuro Shoin.
  217. There is a Japanese style restaurant called 'Mitsuyo Kaikan,' whose building used to be a sake brewery before its refurbishment, in Miike, Omuta City, and this restaurant was named after Tenta Mitsuyo MIIKE.
  218. There is a Japanese-style sweets called Matsukaze, known as the thinnest Japanese traditional sweets produced by a company called Shokan-ji Maruho, which is located in Kikuchi City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  219. There is a Kamakurabon owned by Shoko-kan.
  220. There is a Kasyu "Engi Gyoshu."
  221. There is a Kifu (record of a game of go) about the game he played in Tagaisen style (two evenly strong go players play games taking first moves in turn) against Chitokusenchi YASUI in around 1792, and the game against Yonezo SHINOMIYA in Kyoto in 1802; Yonezo two stones, first move.
  222. There is a Kyoto custom that describes intersection and location by arranging east and west and south and north streets, but it was probably described as the 'intersection of the Sanjo Road and a type of street called "Keihan"' when there was a main line of Keihan currently placed underground.
  223. There is a Lotteria shop on the west side down the road on the side facing the Kyoto bus terminal, which used to be available from Platform 1 in the station.
  224. There is a Miyashogun (shogun from the Imperial Court) theory that says he was enthroned as a Tokugawa Shogun by Tairo (chief minister) Tadakiyo SAKAI when the 4th Shogun Tokugawa Ietsuna died without an heir in 1680 (=> see "Problem of heir of Shogun," a case where a shogun died before the decision of an heir).
  225. There is a Mizuko-kaizuka Shell Mound which is an officially-designated historical site.
  226. There is a Mokujiki-no-sato museum in commemoration of his achievements in his home, Minobu-cho, Yamanashi Prefecture.
  227. There is a Nagauta named "Shigure Saigyo."
  228. There is a Nichiren chant in the center (Namu Myoho Renge-kyo Sutra (Devotion to the Law of Lotus Sutra)).
  229. There is a Noh (traditional masked dance-drama) song called "Semimaru (Noh)" (yobanme-mono - fourth-category plays ? kyojomono).
  230. There is a Noh play that uses this as a theme and the title of the play.
  231. There is a Noh program named "Kanawa," an expanded version of the 'Tsurugi no maki' from the "Heike Monogatari"
  232. There is a Paris M?tro station with the same name in front of the church.
  233. There is a San of RANKEI himself in 1271 on the upper side of the painting.
  234. There is a Supreme Court precedent which held that this Fukoku is in effect as a valid law (Supreme Court Grand Bench Keishu Vol. 15, No. 7, p. 1106, 1961).
  235. There is a TSUTAYA Eizan Demachiyanagi Station branch store, whose franchise right is owned by the Eizan Electric Railway Co., Ltd., on the second floor of the station building.
  236. There is a U-shaped corridor running from both sides of the Chumon Gate to both sides of the Kon-do Hall.
  237. There is a Yasutomi family that claims to have descended from Mototsuna in Tsuru County, Yamanashi Prefecture.
  238. There is a Yorimasa-zuka crossing on National Route 9 in Joboji, Shino-cho, Kameoka City, and a Yorimasa-zuka Bus Stop where Keihan Kyoto Kotsu buses stop.
  239. There is a bare possibility that Yoshimasa, who was not a commander on the scene, ordered to break into the castle.
  240. There is a barrier between JR Platform 4 and the KTR platform, although passengers can change trains using an accessway through the KTR ticket gate.
  241. There is a bathroom downstairs and to the left, toward the platform from the shop side; the passage leads in the direction of Kurama Elementary School, from which the iron bridge and the platform, surrounded by trees, can be seen.
  242. There is a belief that Hirotsugu HAYASHI was ordered to revive Soshimari to commemorate the establishment of the Korea Protection Agency based on the Eulsa Treaty.
  243. There is a belief that the height of the shoguns' mortuary tablets, which are kept in Daiju-ji Temple, is based on how tall they were.
  244. There is a belief that these letters were written by Kiku, or that Lady Yodo wrote these letters under the name of Kiku.
  245. There is a beverage resembling lemonade, which is made by mixing squeezed yuzu citron juice with still water and sugar.
  246. There is a big difference between a starch coating and a flour coating; they differ in oil absorbency after deep frying and texture; pouring hot dashi-based sauce on the starch coating one and leaving it for a while make the sauce become moderately thick.
  247. There is a big differences in polishing Japanese swords compared to other cutting tools; ensuring ornamental elements of a Japanese sword, as a craftwork, is focused on as well as assuming sharpness as a cutting tool, and the whole body, not just the blade part, is polished.
  248. There is a bit of narrative in "Toru," but this is actually an addition of 'shiragoe' (plain voice) of Heikyoku.
  249. There is a blank period of about fifty years between her predecessor, Sukatehime, and her.
  250. There is a book that illustrates an overview of this age, Gosha-Rokka (five major shooting techniques and six theories) written by Kazan MORIKAWA, Founder of the Yamato school.
  251. There is a brain chemistry related to memory which is called acetylcholine.
  252. There is a branch in front of Tofukuji Station.
  253. There is a branch shrine of Nogi-jinja Shrine in Nogi-cho, Hakodate City, Hokkaido.
  254. There is a bridge called Dodo-bashi Bridge in the site of Azuchi-jo Castle, which tells that he had the techniques of bridge construction.
  255. There is a brief comment about this expedition in the "Ruiju Kokushi (Book of History)" that 'Vice Commander SAKANOUE Osukune no Tamuramaro conquered the Ezo army,' which leads us to believe that Tamuramaro was playing a leading part in the expedition as one of the four Vice Commanders.
  256. There is a bronze statue located at Tachiarai Town Park of Tachiarai Town in Fukuoka Prefecture.
  257. There is a bronze statue of Katsutoyo riding a horse, holding a spear at Kochi-jo Castle.
  258. There is a bronze statue of Naito in Chiryu City, Aichi Prefecture.
  259. There is a bronze statue of Takeshiro built at Nagayama-jinja Shrine.
  260. There is a bronze statue of an eagle above the entrance to the underground passage west of Saiin Station.
  261. There is a burial mound of Anchin at Dojo-ji Temple, where the legend was set.
  262. There is a burial mound on the grounds of the Shokoku-ji Temple, in Kamigyo Ward of Kyoto City, where Emperor Gomizunoo's hair and teeth are kept.
  263. There is a bus stop at the intersection of Nishioji-dori and Imadegawa-dori streets.
  264. There is a bus stop called 'Odoi' in Minami-ku Ward, and the 'Omiya Kotsu Koen' bus stop in Kita-ku Ward used be called 'Omiya Odoi.'
  265. There is a bus stop of the Kojak Bus Co., Ltd., in front of the station.
  266. There is a calculation that ten billion yen would be generated per year by a patent if he had applied for and obtained the patent.
  267. There is a cap under a sorin and the cap has protuberances called 'sumikazari' (corner decorations) on its four corners.
  268. There is a carving of a man and a woman snuggled against each other.
  269. There is a case in which 'Sokedairi' (representation of head of family) is appointed when Soke is not able to perform his duties for some reason.
  270. There is a case that four Bosatsu in the 'Chudaihachiyoin' (the central eight-Petal Court) at the center of the 'Garbhadhatu Mandala' of the Esoteric Buddhism, Fugen Bosatsu. Monju Bosatsu, Kannon Bosatsu and Miroko Bosatsu are together called the shibosatsu.
  271. There is a case that the period of mochu is thirteen months according to the law of mourning in the Meiji period.
  272. There is a case where Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA carried out Seishi for himself at Oshu Shirakawa-jo Castle in 1797 in the Edo period.
  273. There is a case where because such a small school never advertised its style, to give an extreme example, it was not until someone attended the funeral of a relative of his or hers that he or she knew 'the family had kept the secret of some bujutsu and the departed was the successor of it.'
  274. There is a centuries-old portrait of ONO no Komachi in the Gesshin-ji Temple, at Otani, Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  275. There is a certain manner to visit and carry out prayer as described below.
  276. There is a character to Hitomaro's paeans, elegies, and love poems.
  277. There is a claim that says he tried to establish 'Bando independent kingdom' based on the succession of actions such as the enthronement of the new emperor as evidence.
  278. There is a classification of occupation called 'wafuku shitate and shuri shoku' (tailoring and mending) under a classified category called 'Profession in Apparel.'
  279. There is a clear distinction between Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus and the tombs protruding from the earth that precede it with respect to the points mentioned below:
  280. There is a close relation with Sorei shinko that can be pointed out.
  281. There is a coffee shop with a terrace overlooking the Yodo-gawa River and Kyoto Basin.
  282. There is a collection exclusively of his works entitled, "Collected Poems of Tsunemori."
  283. There is a collection of his poetical works, called 'Henjo-shu,' but it does not have any uniqueness because it is only a collection of poems by Henjo taken from Imperial-commissioned poem anthologies.
  284. There is a colored picture by the second Kuniteru UTAGAWA in 'Mice in the Story of Mice.'
  285. There is a comic tanka left to describe that the Hosokawa family and the other family received praise from commoners in Edo; 'although a narrow stream of water flowing into the Hosokawa and the Mizuno is clean, it becomes muddy when it flows down by the Mori and the Matsudaira.'
  286. There is a comment that states that there is no difference between the single recitation and reciting ten times, but this comment is appropriate only for one's last moments ("Kurodani Sho'nin Gotoroku" - "Nenbutsu Ojo Yogisho").
  287. There is a commentary on this poem in books by Nankai GION and Rohan KODA.
  288. There is a commercial construction called 'MEW Hankyu Katsura' at Katsura Station.
  289. There is a common difference in notation with the use of word similar in sound in other documents.
  290. There is a common opinion saying that since Zesan, the first monshu of Manshuin, was from the Sugawara clan, he was appointed as the betto of Kitano-jinja Shrine, which holds Michizane SUGAWARA as enshrined god, when it was constructed (in 947).
  291. There is a common theory that Prince Haruhito was Imperial Prince Yoshihito's older brother, however there is another theory that it was recorded by mistake, and Prince Haruhito was Imperial Prince Sadafusa's younger brother.
  292. There is a commonality among anecdotes whereby being outargued by a local child, the embarrased Saigyo turned around and went back the way he came.
  293. There is a community bus service, but it is irregular, running from the shrine to Omi-takashima Station only (the bus toward the south runs past the shrine).
  294. There is a commuter ticket office.
  295. There is a concept called the 'JR Fukuchiyama Line Branch Track Plan,' in which an airport access railway from JR Itami Station to the nearby Itami Airport would be constructed.
  296. There is a concept of separating the dynastic nation system after 1040s from that before 1040, with the earlier one called the early dynastic nation system and the later one the late dynastic nation system.
  297. There is a concept to extend the Kintetsu Keihan Line to this station as well as a plan to extend it to Takanohara Station, but a decision is yet to be made.
  298. There is a concourse on the first basement level and an island platform with platform doors serving two tracks on the third basement level.
  299. There is a conjecture that all the stories became coherent if only certain chapters were taken away because some characters looked different in some chapters and the connections between episodes were sometimes awkward.
  300. There is a conjecture that her real name was KIYOHARA no Nagiko, but that remains uncertain.
  301. There is a contradiction of the years of the Emperor Ankan's and Kinmei's enthronements among the above three historical materials.
  302. There is a controversy over whether cold water called sashimizu (or bikkuri mizu) should be poured in when the water is about to boil over.
  303. There is a convincing records describing this whole event in details.
  304. There is a corner lined with cultural facilities north of Okazaki across the Lake Biwa Canal.
  305. There is a counterargument that, considering the age difference between Yasuchika and Tokihime's alleged first son Michitaka (31 years), it is appropriate to think they are uncle and nephew and Michitaka and the others are Tokihime's real children.
  306. There is a cremation mound (a burial mound for cremated remains) in Naruto City, Tokushima Prefecture.
  307. There is a cremation mound (a burial mound for cremated remains) in Sado City, Nigata Prefecture.
  308. There is a cremation mound called Okiamacho no misasagi at Ama-cho Town, Oki County, Shimane Prefecture.
  309. There is a criticism such as, 'Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd. that has its head office in Tokyo belongs to a group of ignorant companies' because entertainers have a strong tendency to ignore cultural traditions.
  310. There is a criticism that the contents referring to small stones that becomes a large rock is unscientific.
  311. There is a crossover on the side toward the direction of Kyoto, and in a time of emergency the train can double back, although this hasn't yet occurred (normally, the train shuttles at Mukojima Station).
  312. There is a custom in Hokkaido of eating parboiled young kelp as sashimi.
  313. There is a custom of eating noodles as a feast of hare and ke (sacred-profane dichotomy) in some areas, and somen is sometimes served in or after a celebratory event such as a wedding ceremony.
  314. There is a custom of narizumoku ijime (teasing of narizumoku), in which a cut is made on the bark of narizumoku and rice porridge is smeared over the cut with a kayuzue.
  315. There is a custom of tying the mikuji to tree branches inside the temple or shrine after drawing the mikuji.
  316. There is a custom that this mochi is divided into two of which one is colored in red with shokubeni (red coloring agent for food), and the two are celebrated as kohaku-mochi (mochi in red and white, the lucky color combination), however, in some cases, the mochi is not divided into red and white pieces because to divide the whole life into two is insolent.
  317. There is a custom where women to be married and people involved with match making avoid this bridge because its name suggests that a married woman will return back to her home after divorce.
  318. There is a dance called 'Wadaiko-odori Dance' passed down in Kobayashi City, Miyazaki Prefecture, praising the victory at Shisen.
  319. There is a day visit spa 'Yakushiyu hot spring' along the Kitayama-gawa River, a little north of Kawai village, and next to the spa, there is a 'Fureainosato Hotel Kamikita'.
  320. There is a death poem thought to have been composed by Rikyu the day before his death.
  321. There is a debate on whether Ishikawa no Uchimyobu and Iratsume are the same person, but there is no established theory.
  322. There is a deeply ingrained theory that the 'Kagayaku Hinomiya' chapter never existed in the first place.
  323. There is a dense carving on blade as mentioned above.
  324. There is a description about a custom in Osumi Province (present eastern area of the Kagoshima Prefecture) that all men and women prepared water and rice, chewed uncooked rice and regurgitated it to containers, and that after it began to smell of alcohol more than one night later, all of them drank it.
  325. There is a description in "Book of Han, Treatise on rhythm and the calendar" as follows:
  326. There is a description in "Book of Han, Treatise on rhythm and the calendar" that the mass of Chia-ling standard measure was fixed at '4 kin' (鈞) in the weights and measures system in Han Dynasty.
  327. There is a description in "Kiritsubo," the first chapter of "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji), that the hero of this tale Hikaru Genji visits a physiognomist of the Goryeo dynasty staying at Korokan.
  328. There is a description in "Kiyushoran" (an encyclopedic book on cultures) that after the weather became fine, teru teru bozu is thrown into a river with a bottle of sacred sake after face parts were applied.
  329. There is a description in "Maitreyavyakaranas" that he brings relief to 9.6 billion people the first time, 9.4 billion people the second time and 9.2 billion people the third time.
  330. There is a description in "Mumyozoshi" that means 'Many that are told, as written by Sadaie shosho, cannot be true.'
  331. There is a description in "Nihonshoki" (The Chronicles of Japan) that Prince Shotoku lectured on the Shoman-gyo Sutra and the Hokke-gyo Sutra in 606, hence these two sutras are believed to have been written by him.
  332. There is a description in "Shoku Nihonshoki" (Continuation of Chronicles of Japan)of AGATAINUKAI no Michiyo, as "(Fuhito's) second wife" that Fuhito got emarried with around 701.
  333. There is a description in 'Kazunaga Kyo Ki' (the Diary of Kazunaga Higashibojo) that when a big fire broke out in Kyoto in 1500, the house of the most important vassal of Masamoto HOSOKAWA was burnt down too and the name of Kosen was seen in it.
  334. There is a description in 'Kenbunzatsuroku' on Nobunaga ODA making a monomi search for the enemy's state.
  335. There is a description in 'Sekiso Orai' (Basic encyclopedia) written by Kanera (aka. Kaneyoshi) ICHIJO during the Muromachi period, 'Somen is steamed hot, while Kirimugi is washed in coldwater,' which strongly supports the theory that Kirimugi is the predecessor of Udon noodles.
  336. There is a description in 'Utsuho monogatari' (The Tale of Utsuho) saying 'When Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) requested paper, someone handed a piece of yellowish paper and a piece of white paper by putting them on the lid of suzuribako.'
  337. There is a description in Japanese mythology that Kamuyaimimi-no-mikoto handed over the Imperial Throne to his younger brother and devoted himself to enshrining deities of heaven and earth.
  338. There is a description in Nihon Shoki that Prince Shotoku had a lecture on Hokke-kyo sutra in the year 606.
  339. There is a description in an official textbook in Meiji Period that Hideyoshi was a dutiful son especially.
  340. There is a description in the "Nihon Shoki" that Buddhist statues, a golden stupa and sariras were sent by Jinpyeong-wang of the Silla Kingdom in July, 623 (in old lunar calendar).
  341. There is a description in the "Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan)" that 'Buddha's sariras were placed in the cornerstone of a pillar of 刹 in Hoko-ji Temple' in January 15, 593 (in old lunar calendar).
  342. There is a description in the "Nihonshoki" that an event called "Mushadaie Festival" was held at Yakushi-ji Temple in 688, which suggests that the temple buildings had been completed to some degree by that time.
  343. There is a description in the "Onjo-ji bunsho" (documents compiled by Onjoji Temple) that a welcome party was held at the guest house in the north part of Korokan when the monk Enchin returned to Japan after studying abroad by a ship owned by the merchant Enko LI (李延孝) in 858.
  344. There is a description in the book that the Emperor Saga once said, 'From now on, I will respect a person as a mentor who admires the beauty of flowers' and encouraged the flower arrangement.
  345. There is a description in the chapter of 'Dazaifu-ochi' of "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike) as follows: when the Taira clan took refuge in Kyushu after being exiled from Kyoto, they were expelled by Koreyoshi OGATA who had left the Taira clan and switched to the Minamoto clan.
  346. There is a description in the classics "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace) that a murderer 某 EDO (江戸某) had died in madness by the vengeful spirit of Yoshioki after his death so that local residents worshipped Yoshitoki as a god in order to calm his spirit.
  347. There is a description in the first chapter of the Imperial Family Law of the order of Imperial succession and the accession to the throne, in the fourth chapter it discusses the enthronement ceremony.
  348. There is a description made in April 1184 that Yoritomo denounced the detailed appearance of gokenin, who were appointed to government post in the Imperial Court without Yoritomo's recommendation.
  349. There is a description of 'Kurodo no daibu (Master of Chamberlain)' in "Sonpi Bunmyaku", and if it is true, he worked in the capital in a period of time and was raised to the peerage.
  350. There is a description of 'a crow lives in the sun, and a toad lives in the moon,' so the crow with three legs was a symbol of the sun itself.
  351. There is a description of Basho MATSUO in two pages of textbook for second-year junior high school in Ukraine.
  352. There is a description of Hideyoshi in historical papers.
  353. There is a description of accompanying Prince Munetaka during the pilgrimage in 1258 in the "Azuma kagami" (The Mirror of the East), and his name appears as 'Hikogoro KOKUBUN, a descendant of Goro KOKUBUN.'
  354. There is a description of his 'renouncing the world' among the entries of the fourth year of Tentoku in the "Kyureki sho" ("Kyureki," in Dai-Nihon Kokiroku (Old Diaries of Japan), page 29).
  355. There is a description on the sake brewing by the Imperial Court until the beginning of the Heian period.
  356. There is a description recorded by OE no Masafusa that Mototada was dancing wildly at 'the big Dengaku festival in Eicho era' in 1095 raising 'kyushaku (2.7 meter long) no takaogi (to slowly wave a fan which is proudly held high)' though he was in position of Gonchunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state.)
  357. There is a description related to their descendants in the "Chishi Hensyu Torishirabebo" (Local history of Inage City) as follows:
  358. There is a description that 'a Daido (big road) was constructed that connected Naniwa and Kyoto,' and a part of this road is the Naniwa Daido.
  359. There is a description that Ashura came to life many times after being killed and destroyed by Taishakuten and then continued to fight with it.
  360. There is a description that Susukori, a Paekche man, presented omiki to the emperor.
  361. There is a description that a kumite called 'ko-shu' was demonstrated in front of an ambassador from the Qing Dynasty who had visited Okinawa to create King Sho Tai as a new rank, but it isn't known what the 'ko-shu' was.
  362. There is a description that a member of Negoroshu, Iganokami SATAKE, started to learn how to use a gun in 1549.
  363. There is a description that his name was Ochi.
  364. There is a description that since dried boiled rice, which was portable food, became wet and got moldy, a person had sake brewed with it and had a party with that sake.
  365. There is a detailed description about Kanazawa Persecution in 'Search for religious persecution of Kanazawa' written by the historical writer, Toshiko MUKAI.
  366. There is a detour from 8 chome, Honmachi (the Shiokoji-dori Street) to 10 chome, Honmachi (Sennyuji-michi), which is connected to the street west of the railway.
  367. There is a dialogue with the ai (role of the kyogen actor ? here, the women's attendant) but the beautiful women do not reveal their identities.
  368. There is a diary called "Kyogaku shiyosho" (diary of the priest Kyogaku) of which details follow below.
  369. There is a diary called "Teishinko-ki," which was written about yusoku kojitsu (court councils and the study of imperial liturgies and court ceremonies).
  370. There is a difference of opinion that it was in fact Wakae Shichinin-shu (seven elite retainers of Wakae), and not Hachinin-shu (eight elite retainers).
  371. There is a different opinion saying that it comes from English "spot" or French "petit," or changed "tama" (scrotum) to "pochi."
  372. There is a different opinion that if Prince Kusakabe is included, the number of emperors is ten.
  373. There is a different view that lists "Kokawadera Engi emaki" (a picture scroll on the legends of Kokawadera Temple) instead of "Choju Jinbutsu Giga" in the best four picture scrolls of Japan.
  374. There is a dinosaur's foot print at the passage connecting Amherst House and the Guest House.
  375. There is a dirt floor called a doma inside, and four squarely arranged rooms is the most common arrangement.
  376. There is a discrepancy between the volume of Kiritsubo and the volume of Sakaki with respect to the age of Miyasudokoro.
  377. There is a discrepancy of almost 20 years between the accounts of the temple's founding as described in "Nihon Shoki" and "Koryu-ji Engi."
  378. There is a discussion as to whether the Chinese character 倭 is an evil character.
  379. There is a dish called pie and mash, in which the eel pie is served with mashed potatoes and a green sauce called liquor over it, and along with fish and chips, it was popular as a common man's food among Londoners.
  380. There is a dispute over whether the East Pagoda and statues were transferred from the original temple or not
  381. There is a distinct, congenic species, Kahokuzansho (Zanthoxylum bungeanum, or Szechuan pepper in English), called Hoajao in China, and only the pericarp of the fruit is used.
  382. There is a document called the 'Will of Isukirisu Kurisumasu' (said to be Jesus Christ) that begins with 'Isukirisu Kurisumasu. God of good fortune. Hachinohe Taro Tenkujin (heavenly person, Taro HACHINOHE). Letter given to five-color people.'
  383. There is a document saying that before Kyoho period, the cultivation method of sweet potatoes was also brought to Kanto by way of Shimousa Province Choshi City.
  384. There is a dominant theory which states that he was born in 684, but there is another theory which states that he was born in 676 based on the articles of Kaifusou (Fond Recollections of Poetry).
  385. There is a dormitory at Doshisha University which is managed and operated by the university, which is very different from the autonomy dormitory.
  386. There is a double-decker variation with another tonkatsu placed between two layers of rice.
  387. There is a doubt that Chikazane was really Sukemori's son and he is regarded as a son between Chikasumi and a daughter of TAIRA no Motonori (or Chikanaga INBE).
  388. There is a dress-up studio (reservations are needed) where visitors can experience wearing the costumes of characters appearing in samurai dramas, such as maiko (teenaged geisha apprentices in Kyoto), hime (a princess living in a castle), tonosama (samurai lord), samurai, merchant, and a teenaged girl of the merchant class.
  389. There is a facility to serve drinkable stream water in the premises.
  390. There is a famous 'Ajikko' brand mikan in Sasebo unshu of the Saikai region, and 'Dejima no hana,' the highest authority amongst them is guaranteed 14 degrees of sugar content.
  391. There is a famous Japanese poem about Yudofu by Mantaro KUBOTA: 'In eating simmering tofu, one realizes that life is nothing but twilight in the end.'
  392. There is a famous anecdote in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) that when Anahobe no hashihito no himemiko was the empress of the Emperor Yomei, she gave birth to the Prince Umayado (the Prince Shotoku) at Umaya no toguchi (a door of a stable).
  393. There is a famous anecdote included in "Fukuro zoshi" (Book of Folded Pages) that he composed the above poem and died in agony because he was beaten by TAIRA no Kanemori.
  394. There is a famous anecdote that Jizo Bosatsu is first to go to Sai-no-kawara and guards children from ogre, gives virtue by preaching Buddhism dharma and sutras, and leads them to the way to become Buddha.
  395. There is a famous ekiben (box lunch sold at railway stations) in Takasaki Station, called Takasaki Bento Daruma Bento (Lunch Box).
  396. There is a famous episode that he was interested in a tanegashima gun that was introduced to Japan.
  397. There is a famous legend of Hashihaka in an article in the tenth year of Suijin-ki.
  398. There is a famous scene in this story that Kanichi gave a kicked at Omiya who came after Kanichi to Atami for his forgiveness.
  399. There is a famous story about NASU no Yoichi shooting an arrow into a Sensu placed at the top of a Taira clan's boat in the Genpei War.
  400. There is a famous story about Yozan UESUGI trying to recover the finances of the Uesugi family when financial ruin was one step away, and it is said that it was Kozuke no Suke who jeopardized the Uesugi family to this extent.
  401. There is a famous story of Ganpeki no haha, or mothers who were waiting for their sons to come back from war.
  402. There is a famous story that after Tomotada died, his mother broke down and wept when she identified his severed head.
  403. There is a famous view that Hideyoshi wore a false mustache because he wore little actually (it was a custom for warlords at that age to wear mustache so that a person who wore less mustache usually wore false mustache).
  404. There is a famous waka poem composed by Sojo Henjo that depicts the spectacle of a Gosechi no mai.
  405. There is a feature designed to permit people to climb on the rounded rear via the front square.
  406. There is a festival held in Yamaguchi every December on Christmas Day (started in 1997).
  407. There is a fishermen's boss called OYA no Takesuke in Shingu City, Kii Province.
  408. There is a fishing pond inside the bay, and many visitors gather mainly in the summertime.
  409. There is a flat area that seems to be remains of a teahouse or inn, however it is not confirmed.
  410. There is a flat place near Taira-tsuji crossroads, which seems to be ruins of an inn.
  411. There is a folding diagram which shows the process with symbols (usually in pictures), allowing people to understand how to fold a piece of origami.
  412. There is a folk belief that Jizo Bosatsu guards children who are bullied by ogres at Sai-no-kawara (the limbo of children) so that Jizo Bosatsu has been worshipped for the veneration of children and miscarried fetuses.
  413. There is a folk toy called Akauma (a red horse) in Kira Town, and it is said to have been made when Yoshihisa inspected his territory on the back of his red horse.
  414. There is a folktale at Senbon Shaka-do temple (formal name is Daihoon-ji Temple) that Okame, a wife of a master carpenter who built the main hall of the temple, helped her husband but after that she killed herself to save her husband's honor.
  415. There is a following episode; when a vassal, who was suspicious that Hideyoshi was not interested in sodomy, brought the most beautiful boy among vassals to Hideyoshi and had them stayed only by themselves, Hideyoshi only asked him, 'Do you have a sister?'
  416. There is a following legend regarding this statue.
  417. There is a food called '辛子明太' in the Korean Peninsula, which is 'cod' processed with red peppers (generally, '辛子' means peppers.)
  418. There is a food called chikuwabu (a tube-shaped cake of flour paste) which is similar to Chikuwa, however chikuwabu is type of fu (cake of flour paste) which is made out of wheat flour, and is not kneaded fish cake.
  419. There is a food or a dish called chou do fu made by soaking tofu in fermentation liquor to add flavor and then deep-frying.
  420. There is a form of housing named 'geshukuya' (lodging house), which are not commonly seen nowadays, and at one time in the past, they were used by many students.
  421. There is a fossilized dinosaur footprint located in a breezeway between Amherst House and a guest house.
  422. There is a free bicycle parking area to the west of the level crossing, which was installed by the Eizan Electric Railway.
  423. There is a free bicycle parking lot on the north side of the platform, and the staff of Eiden are continually frustrated by the bicycles that are so often dumped there illegally.
  424. There is a free parking area in Sakamoto-joshi Park (Sakamoto-jo castle ruins park).
  425. There is a fundamental question whether it is appropriate to set a standard based on the Aobyoshi-bon, the results of Teika's study about which he commented such things mentioned above.
  426. There is a furegaki (bakufu order) regarding the attack on Chugoku district which was issued to the people of Tanba and Tango, indicating that he may have been given Tanba Province and Tango Province as his shoryo (territory) around that time.
  427. There is a future plan to build a new station between Yamashina Station and Kyoto Station.
  428. There is a gaseous object called 'Hannys Voorwerp' that is about 700 million light-years from the earth; a large round non-gas astronomical object with a huge hole in the middle, which is about 10,000 Celsius and has a greater density than surrounding fixed stars and those in the early stage of formation.
  429. There is a general tendency toward using luscious sesame oil in Kanto and mild vegetable oil in Kansai.
  430. There is a gilt bronze standing statue of Shakyamuni in Ryuzo-do Hall, which is said to be 随身仏 of the founder of the religious sect, Nichiren.
  431. There is a grave for Mitsuhide AKECHI's head in Kokusho-ji Temple (Miyamae-cho, Kameoka City) where Shobei MIZOO brought it.
  432. There is a grave in the Honno-ji Temple which was rebuilt in another place after it was burnt down during the Honnoji Incident.
  433. There is a grave labeled "Ieyasu's Tomb" in Nanso-ji Temple in Sakai City and the story of this grave, which has been handed down from generation to generation, supports this theory.
  434. There is a grave of ONO no Komachi in Onodera, Iwafune-machi, Shimotuga-gun, Tochigi Prefecture.
  435. There is a graveyard for the Inui (Itagaki) clan in the temple.
  436. There is a graveyard for the Nose family in the precincts of Seifu-ji Temple, which is their family temple.
  437. There is a graveyard of Ryoshun at Kaizo-ji Temple in Fukuroi City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
  438. There is a great possibility that the original story of Urashima Monogatari in the 8th century, which can be seen in "Yuryaku-ki," "Tango no kuni Fudoki," and the ninth volume of "Manyoshu" among other sources, was written by IYOBE no Umakai as a bizarre novel based on concepts of Taoist immortality.
  439. There is a great stirring of nature which brings hopeful anticipation for the spring.
  440. There is a great view of Mt. Hiei and other mountains from this bridge.
  441. There is a group of burial mounds called "Wada Kofungun" on both banks of Okuri-gawa River (a tributary of Tama-gawa River) which runs on the south side of Tama-gawa River.
  442. There is a group of tea drinks designated post-fermentation tea (Kurocha), using the activities of microorganisms after treating tea leaves the same way as green tea.
  443. There is a guidebook about the seven wise men in Saga by Hiroshi FUKUOKA "Bakumatsu (the last days of Tokugawa Shogunate) Restoration in Saga: The life of eight wise men" (Shutsumondo Publisher), which also included descriptions of Fukushima's real elder brother Shinyo EDAYOSHI in addition to those of the seven wise men.
  444. There is a guidepost engraved as it was constructed in 1917 and on the back engraved as 'Kumano Road immediately after crossing Totsu-kawa River.'
  445. There is a hand-written copy of 'Genshi-shiroku' by Saigo, which must have been the most influential book on him, because he brought it everywhere during the Seinan War.
  446. There is a heating process during manufacturing sake to prevent this.
  447. There is a height difference in several meters between the exterior embankment of Tsukiyama Tumulus and Konpira-yama Mountain Tumulus, which extends out and encircle Tsukiyama Tumulus, and forms a pond at one location called Tsuga Pond.
  448. There is a high possibility that Obiko no Mikoto is identical to Ohobiko, an ancestor of Owake no omi and whose name is inscribed on the kinsakumei tekken (an iron sword with gold-inlaid inscriptions) that was excavated from the Inariyama-kofun Tumulus in Saitama Prefecture.
  449. There is a high possibility that any fact that could be a reproach to Emperor Tenmu was not recorded.
  450. There is a high possibility that he is the king of Wa (Japan), King Chin (or Mi or Ya or Iyoyo), one of the 'five kings of Wa' described in "So-jo" (literally, the Book of Song [one of the Nanbeichao or the Southern Dynasties of China]) and "Ryo-jo" (literally, the Book of Liang).
  451. There is a high possibility that the following incident has been fabricated in later generations, when his vassal recommended an attack saying, 'With Shingen's death it is a good chance to attack the Takeda clan,' Kenshin dismissed it by replying 'It is a childish thing to do, even for a person like Katsuyori.'
  452. There is a high possibility that the notion of Kochi Komin sei did not exist at that time and therefore, institution of Sanze-isshin Law and Konden Einen Shizai Law were rather aimed at reinforcing the Ritsuryo system.
  453. There is a high probability that he really existed because his name appears in "Kudaraki" (Records of Paekche), one of three books of Paekche (Original Records of Paekche, Records of Paekche, and The New Selection of Paekche), whose chronology was almost accurate and which are considered to have been compiled based on historical materials in the same period.
  454. There is a high-grade article "Obo mikan."
  455. There is a hill called Ogushi, about 6.5 km west of umaya (facilities for providing houses, food etc.) in Hiratsu.
  456. There is a hill with a large pine tree to the south of Ena-jinja Shrine, which Ohide named Muromatsu-oka Hill (matsu = pine) and designated to his graveyard.
  457. There is a historic spot left in Yanase, Sagara Village, Kuma District, Kumamoto Prefecture, where the Buddhist monuments and tools were burned.
  458. There is a historical material about that period describing that these appearances to be distinguished from normal people were because they were hinin (one group comprising the lowest rank in the Japanese society, often ex-convicts or vagrants) and did not avoid taboos, so it can be understood that they were assumed as hinin.
  459. There is a historical record showing that the pictures of Hotei were starting to be painted soon after his death, in the Chiang-nan region of China.
  460. There is a history of development behind it, where the evolution and development occurred separately among the schools depending on the purpose, such as for horseback shooting 'Kisha' (to shoot an arrow while riding a horse), shooting on foot 'Busha' (to shoot an arrow while walking) and Toshiya shooting, 'Dosha,' (long-range archery).
  461. There is a hole in the middle once the stick is taken out, it is called Chikuwa (the edge of the cut bamboo tree) since the shape looks similar to it.
  462. There is a hole to supply wind called 'fumon' (wind's gate) at the front, and at the top section there is 'hibukuro' (burning place of toro), a hole to put charcoal in and place bofura (ceramic kettle).
  463. There is a horizontal stone chamber depositing a kurinuki-sekkan (literally, a coffin hollowed out a stone) on the outside of the northwest corner of the outer bank and when it was discovered, it was presumed to be a Baicho (smaller mounds by a Kofun).
  464. There is a hosonaga descendent of the Arisugawanomiya family in the Kyoto National Museum, and the form of it is nearly the same as that of the aforementioned emperor's daughter's, however, the length is shorter and it seems there is a distinction of hosonaga between the hosonaga of the imperial family and that of hereditary prince's household.
  465. There is a hot spring center operated by the village at the edge of the town, and people who come down the mountain often use it.
  466. There is a house called "Buke Yashiki" in Higashiiya in Miyoshi City, Tokushima Prefecture, which has a legend about the survivors of the Taira family (its exterior appears to be a farmhouse).
  467. There is a huge concave-shaped stone called 'Kubikakeishi' in the castle which is said to have been carried by him.
  468. There is a huge variety of categories.
  469. There is a humorous performance to hide his private parts with a fan in haste realizing he had no loincloth while trying to tuck up the hem of his yukata's while withdrawing into the passage.
  470. There is a hypothesis that Ieyasu's concubine, Chaa no Tsubone, was a relative.
  471. There is a hypothesis that this was because young night herons are active at night and because the appearance of its flying in the night sky and singing aloud may have given a weird impression to people.
  472. There is a joining of the Kizu-gawa River, Uji-gawa River, and the Yodo-gawa River in Kawakita Nature and Sports Park located in the northern edge of the city.
  473. There is a kindergarten (three-year education) on the west of the Great Buddha Hall.
  474. There is a landing place on the quay for Maizuru Port Pleasure Boats which cruise Maizuru Bay.
  475. There is a large flat area around the top of the mountain.
  476. There is a large modulation between the song and tegoto and the tuning often changes.
  477. There is a large plain in this area, which has been developed since ancient times.
  478. There is a large zushi (a cupboard-like case with double doors in which an image of (the) Buddha, a sutra, or some other revered object is kept at a temple) in the naijin (inner sanctuary of a shrine or temple) to enshrine three images of large Zaogongen-zo (Buddhist image normally withheld from public view).
  479. There is a layer of Sanuki-gan stone (Sanukaite) (a kind of bronzite andesite), of which stone tools can be made, in the ground under the Nijo-zan mountain range, and therefore, it is believed that people had lived around there since ancient times.
  480. There is a lead track on the Osaka side of this station, which is used, for example, to adjust shuttle trains.
  481. There is a legend about Mitsunari ISHIDA who said 'if we drink baked miso with hot water poured over it, we will never be starved even without having any rice all the day.'
  482. There is a legend about Senhime, known as the 'Yoshida Palace Story,' one of the favorite themes of Nishikie (colored woodblock print) and Rokyoku (recitation of stories accompanied by samisen), which holds that she would lure men into her residence and kill them all.
  483. There is a legend about the chapter 'Kumogakure' (literally, vanishing behind the clouds), which described the death of Hikaru Genji, that says, 'although it was once written, it was destroyed on the order of the emperor at that time due to its overly sad story.'
  484. There is a legend in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture (the former Oguni-machi Town), that Prince Mochihito went to Oguni-kyo Village, Echigo Province when escaping from the Taira family and lived there.
  485. There is a legend of a specter in the motif of tofu, which is called Tofu-Kozo (a spirit child carrying a block of tofu).
  486. There is a legend of the mysterious fire called 'Ushioni-bi.'
  487. There is a legend on the belief that a pregnant woman may have an easy delivery if she wears as her belly-band the roku-shaku fundoshi loincloth of her husband (or of someone who participated in a naked festival, depending on regions).
  488. There is a legend saying that, although the specter Ittan-momen (a ghostly phenomenon formed as one-tenth hectare of cotton) cannot be cut, but it can be cut by teeth once blackened before.
  489. There is a legend stating that on July 16, 1169, at the age of 96, he became a giant snake at Sakuraga-ike Pond (Omaezaki City) in Shizuoka Prefecture and went into Bosatsu-gyo practice, wanting to earn the spiritual power to save people.
  490. There is a legend that ARIWARA no Narihira in his last years retired to the Arihara area of Makino-cho in Takashima City, and there is a tower that is said to be Narihira's grave.
  491. There is a legend that Chujo Hime descended Takada-gawa River by boat and landed at Abe Village, and stayed in Tsukiyama Village where still remain Tsukiyama Tumulus (Yamatotakada City) before she entered Taima-dera Temple.
  492. There is a legend that Kaison became immortal (survived over 400 years, although his date of birth and death unknown) and told people the Genpei War or the Legend of Yoshitsune so vividly as if he saw such incidents with his own eyes.
  493. There is a legend that Kotoshiro nushi, who shut himself up in Aofushigaki in Miho, became Mishima-myojin (the deity of Mishima-jinja Shrine) in Miyake-jima Island one of the seven islands of Izu.
  494. There is a legend that Omiwatari (cracks that form in the ice on Lake Suwa) are formed when Takeminakata no kami, the god enshrined at kami sha (southern shrine building in Suwa taisha Shrine) visits shimo sha (northern shrine building in Suwa taisha Shrine) enshrining Yasakatome no kami.
  495. There is a legend that TAIRA no Koremori was defeated by Genji (the Minamoto clan) and ran away secretly using this road, and once there had been a historic site associated with the legend; in a village 'Taira,' there still remains a legend that Koremori ran away to the village.
  496. There is a legend that Tamenari kept himself hidden in Tenun-zan Mountain in Kasai City, Hyogo Prefecture, after the disturbance.
  497. There is a legend that Yoshihide cut open Asahina Kiridoshi (a road cut through hilly terrain) in Kamakura over a night.
  498. There is a legend that Yoshitsune MINAMOTO was a follower of this school, and there are many folklores such as stories on various characters and biographies related to the school but none has concrete evidence and do not go beyond being a legend.
  499. There is a legend that Yuya planted the wisteria, which is a designated national natural treasure.
  500. There is a legend that a Kappa Myojin (a deity of Kappa, an imaginary creature) taught them the production method.
  501. There is a legend that after Prince Otomo was defeated in the Jinshin War, he secretly escaped to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan) with his princesses and children.
  502. There is a legend that after her death, her remains were buried in Matsumushi-dera Temple in present Imba Village, Imba County, Chiba Prefecture.
  503. There is a legend that an archery master and a gun master killed each other due to aiuchi in the Sengoku period (the period of Warring States).
  504. There is a legend that early every morning, after finishing his morning duty at Eiko-ji Temple, he walked 52 km of the mountain road to perform his morning duty at Soji-ji Temple.
  505. There is a legend that he died in the situation just like the poem.
  506. There is a legend that if you tumble on Sannei-zaka Slope, you will die within three years.
  507. There is a legend that in the Songo ikken, Naruchika NAKAYAMA protested dignifiedly in front of Shogun at Edo-jo Castle, when he went to Edo as the Imperial envoy.
  508. There is a legend that long before human beings appeared, Deidarabocchi sat down on Mt. Haguro (in Tochigi Prefecture) and washed his legs in Kinu-gawa River.
  509. There is a legend that on this occasion, he had conquered Ura who was referred to as the prince of Baekje in Kinashi, Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture or Kinojo, Soja City, Okayama Prefecture, and it is considered as the model for the story of Momotaro (The Peach Boy).
  510. There is a legend that one of Yorimasa's retainers I no Hayata brought the head of Yorimasa after his suicide to Yamagata-gun, Mino Province, where Yorimasa's uncle MINAMOTO no Kuninao had his fief, and buried it at Renge-ji Temple, Seki City, Gifu Prefecture.
  511. There is a legend that people visiting this tomb would not need to rely on shimo no sewa (helping out the one who can't control the movements of his or her bodily wastes) in the years of advanced age.
  512. There is a legend that says he captured Goemon ISHIKAWA at the Fushimi-jo Castle.
  513. There is a legend that says that Emperor Chokei owned 'Akaito Odoshi Yoroi Kabuto, Osode tsuki' (odoshi armor with red strings, set with a helmet and large sleeves), which is designated as a national treasure and kept in Kushihiki-hachimangu Shrine in Hachinohe City.
  514. There is a legend that she left a will forbidding the burial of her body after her death, the body was left on the street for the birds and animals to eat to prevent them from starvation, then a painter was ordered to paint the picture of how maggots decomposed the body and nearly turned into a skeleton.
  515. There is a legend that the Emperor did not drawn himself but instead escaped to a rural area protected by guards remaining from the Taira clan.
  516. There is a legend that the original Taima Mandala was woven by a woman named Chujo Hime with using lotus threads in one night.
  517. There is a legend that the residence (Fugetsu-an) of renga poet Sokan YAMAZAKI was converted to a simple temple after his death (c.1524) but the priest Shungaku passed away in 1510.
  518. There is a legend that those who treat this god improperly will receive divine punishment and that climbing on the kamado will make the god angry.
  519. There is a legend that, in 1336 in the Battle of Minato-gawa River, he killed Masashige KUSUNOKI, a great commander on the court's side, but this is uncertain.
  520. There is a legend that, on the way to Konren-ji Temple in Masaki-mura in Kamusakigo (present-day Masaki Cho, Iyo County, Ehime Prefecture), he encountered "Kijo" (an ogress), an incarnation of a vengeful spirit of Masashige KUSUNOKI, at Yatori-gawa River that ran through the hamlet of Shigemitsu ("Taiheiki").
  521. There is a legend which tells that 'Kongocho-kyo' was gained by perceiving Ryumo in a steel tower in Southern Tenjiku (India).
  522. There is a legendary well in the nearby Zuishin-in Temple, from which it's believed that ONO no Komachi drew water in order to wash herself.
  523. There is a lengthy inscription on the side.
  524. There is a letter that still remains today written by the uncle of Terumoto requesting Motoharu KIKKAWA and Takakage KOBAYAKAWA to look after Terumoto when Motonari passed away in 1571.
  525. There is a level crossing (Class 4) in the station just next to the platform on the Demachiyanagi Station side, which leads to the village on the opposite side of the prefectural route.
  526. There is a limit to the number of materials that can be requested by an individual at one time.
  527. There is a literature monument in her place of birth.
  528. There is a little arched bulge at the front of the front square part, from which shows that it is plectrum shaped.
  529. There is a little variation in the maturing period between the spawning regions, however on average in around October the eggs are mature and suitable for processing into ikura (salmon roe).
  530. There is a lock of a woman's black hair inside, and Mitsuhide looks confused.
  531. There is a lore that Yokobue created her own shape using waste letter paper, and the papier-mache statue of Yokobue (about 30-centimeters high) used to be enshrined here, but it was moved to the hondo.
  532. There is a lore that an Indian sculptor Mondoshi created it modeling after Empress Komyo, but actual period of creation is assumed to be the early Heian period.
  533. There is a lore that this is how the pass is named as such.
  534. There is a lot of mineral deposit that is contained only in a specific host rock such as diamonds in kimberlite.
  535. There is a lot of research on this, including Biten YASUMOTO's paper on quantitative analysis which concludes that Murasaki Shikibu is not likely to have written Uji jujo.
  536. There is a lot of speculation about the chronologies, not only in separate commentaries but also in annotations in manuscripts.
  537. There is a lottery during Jizo-bon, which was drawn in 'Fugooroshi' style.
  538. There is a main axis in the center of the phylloid part, and the foliage extends widely to the right and left with the main axis in the center, and then splits broadly in a pinnate manner.
  539. There is a meeting spot of 'Dogeza-zo' (the statue kneeling down on the ground) (Hikokuro TAKAYAMA statue) known by Kyoto citizens at southeastern part of Sanjo Ohashi Intersection.
  540. There is a memorial house of Genjo NORO called the 'House of Genjo' to praise his achievements in his hometown of Hatase, Taki Town, Taki County, Mie Prefecture.
  541. There is a memorial monument for Xavier erected there.
  542. There is a memorial tower constructed in a place along the Ishizu-gawa river in Nishi Ward, Sakai City, where Akiie was supposedly killed in battle.
  543. There is a memorial tower for Nobuyasu in Sainen-ji Temple.
  544. There is a memorial tower for Shigehira in Anpuku-ji Temple in Kizu Miyanoura, Kizugawa City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  545. There is a memorial tower for Shikeshimaro in Susaki City, Kochi Prefecture.
  546. There is a mention saying "I have written this in Sayama hills, Musashi Province" in the afterword.
  547. There is a miniature Modoribashi of a previous design which was made out of the original material, and this can be found at Seimei-jinja Shrine close to the bridge.
  548. There is a monument commemorating Michitoshi at the former residence of the IWAMURA family in Sukumo City, Kochi Prefecture.
  549. There is a monument for Tamagaki at the site of the residence of Fukumoto gyobu no jo in the western side of Niimi City.
  550. There is a monument in Tanagura-machi, Higashishirakawa-gun, Fukushima Prefecture for the members of Tenguto who lost at Mt. Yamizo.
  551. There is a monument in a square here: the world's biggest sundial.
  552. There is a monument indicating 'Birthplace of Natto' in Misato-cho, Senboku-gun (Akita Prefecture).
  553. There is a monument inscribed as follows: 'The graveyard for the fallen soldiers of the eastern forces in the Boshin War.'
  554. There is a monument to Jurakudai to the north of Seishin Elementary School in Jofukuji-dori, Nakadachiuri-dori.
  555. There is a monument to Takanori KOJIMA's birth place.
  556. There is a monument to honor his great achievement in the Motoyuigi Children's Park, his birthplace.
  557. There is a monument with a relief of a world map with the sea route Xavier travelled from Europe to Japan on the back.
  558. There is a mound called 'Ishitsukuri' in the nearby rice field.
  559. There is a mound called the cemetery of Jomyo TSUTSUI near Takakura-jinja Shrine, this mound is also under the supervision of the Imperial Household Agency together with the Mausoleum, as Prince Mochihito's Baicho (small ancient tomb accompanying a larger tomb).
  560. There is a mound known as Shogun-zuka (Shogun Mound) on the former site of Okazaki Castle in Naruto City, Tokushima Prefecture, which is believed to be Yoshiki's grave.
  561. There is a mound named 'Susuki-zuka' in the temple's front garden.
  562. There is a mountain path leading from Mt. Yoshino to the Ominesan-ji Temple main hall but visitors generally ascend from the Amakawa-mura Dorogawa hot springs at the foot of Mt. Sanjo.
  563. There is a mystery in that there was no bones from the left hand found, also there was a statue of Kazunomiya and her left hand is hidden in an unnatural way, there is a legend that she lost her left hand for some reason, when she was alive.
  564. There is a name of NAKASHIMA Saemon no jo Norinaga, a resident of Owari Province.
  565. There is a natto manufacturing company that operates on a national basis (e.g. Marumiya).
  566. There is a noodle dish called "UDON" in Palau as well that was under the mandatory rule of Japan during the prewar period.
  567. There is a note saying, 'Hosshinshu (Tales of Awakening) is a good go-between between a true friend and one in a cloistered life' which the term Kankyo no Tomo is considered to have originated from.
  568. There is a note written by Tanyu KANO (a grandson of Eitoku) explaining that it is a work of Eitoku's.
  569. There is a painting of bamboo on the board surface where Kiridoguchi is.
  570. There is a park named after him at that location, and a monument that honors his achievements.
  571. There is a parking space at the end of the line.
  572. There is a part of kokyu resembling chords of sho that is an instrument for the traditional Japanese music and describing the winds through pines with a technique of kokyu, which got to be used often in later times to show an atmosphere of the traditional Japanese music.
  573. There is a part time job which is called Hall art.
  574. There is a particular figure of statue which is called Tobatsu Bishamonten.
  575. There is a passage in Tale of Genji that says Hikaru Genji ate 'suihan' which is cold rice with cold water poured over it.
  576. There is a passage in the 'Memoirs of Tokugawa rulers and retainers' stating, 'Although I am young, I have succeeded to the achievements of my predecessors and have acquired this grand position.'
  577. There is a pause after 'being tired of a journey.'
  578. There is a pay lot for parking
  579. There is a pay parking lot.
  580. There is a peace reign over the land, and things left behind on a lane shall never be stolen.
  581. There is a penetrating remark that the appreciation of Nobushige in Osaka no Jin indirectly implies a somewhat poor view regarding the achievements of Tokugawa's army.
  582. There is a persistent opposing view that doubts Yoshimitsu's usurpation of the imperial throne, as the rightness of the imperial line takes place by blood line rather than from a standpoint of the Retired Emperor.
  583. There is a person claiming to be a descendent of Jingoro HIDARI, asserting that Jingoro was in fact Toshikatsu ITAMI (1594 - June 16, 1651 (April 28, 1651 by the old calendar)), a carpenter specializing in shrines and temples from Harima Province, and that his grave is in Shikoku.
  584. There is a person who libels a sutra during Buddha's life or after its nirvana.
  585. There is a personal collection "Mitsune Shu."
  586. There is a personal collection of poetry "Koyo wakashu" (Koyo collection of Japanese poems) and 15 waka were chosen in Chokusen wakashu (anthology of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command) including "Senzai (waka) shu" (Collection of a Thousand Years).
  587. There is a phrase '織田伊勢入道所労以外聞' (=It is rumored that Oda Ise Nyudo is sick) in one document, which phrase indicates that he was taken with illness around 1428.
  588. There is a phrase (甲牛年) that mentions the year 694 written on the Shumidan (a platform or dais for Buddhist image) part of the excavated Ogata-tason-senbutsu (a large clay tile with many Buddha figures), and it is thought that the temple itself was also erected around this year
  589. There is a phrase in the passage that "while I was studying abroad the word high collar (haikara) party started to appear in the newspapers", however, in fact, as mentioned above, the word haikara had been used by Hanzan ISHIKAWA long before the TAKEKOSHI's farewell party.
  590. There is a pickle peculiar to Korea called chanji ('chan' means salty) which tastes very salty as its name implies.
  591. There is a picture of Saionji in his younger days wearing two swords and standing gallantly in the fashion of a samurai.
  592. There is a piece with the same name which was titled classical military music, composed by Akira IFUKUBE by the request from the Imperial Japanese Navy.
  593. There is a pillar with a handprint of Motsugai in Eihei-ji Temple, and it is said that the prints of his four fingers were clear.
  594. There is a place called 'Tamagushi' in Osaka which is written using the same kanji (Chinese characters).
  595. There is a place called Funado (literally, ship door) to the southwest.
  596. There is a place called Narihira in Sumida Ward, and the bridge over Asakusa-dori Street, where the Oyoko-gawa River used to be, is called the Narihira-bashi Bridge.
  597. There is a place from which you can purchase the ticket directly.
  598. There is a place in the south end of a lake in Shiga County, Omi Province where Kannon Bosatsu (Kannon Buddhisattva) comes.'
  599. There is a place name called Dadahoshi, Kagiyamachi Town in southern area of Tokai City, Aichi Prefecture, where the legend still remains that the footprints of Daidarabocchi became ponds when the giant was moving on foot.
  600. There is a place named 'Taiza' in Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture (former Tago-cho).
  601. There is a place related to the place-name 'Honaicho' in Oaza-higashioiso, Azuchi-cho, Gamo County, next to Oaza-ishidera, and it is said that there were about 3,000 residences built around the area on Honaicho.
  602. There is a place that is said to have been the site of Rikyu's teahouse at Shukuin, Sakai city, Osaka, and is preserved by the city as a historical site.
  603. There is a place-name called Fukumuro aza Bentoniban, Miyagino Ward, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture.
  604. There is a plan in place for a renewal project, featuring the construction of a bypass tunnel to extend the functions of the dam.
  605. There is a play on word; "It sounds great that the giant centipede was long enough to go around Mt. Mikami-yama seven and a half times, but it is just little shorter than eight rounds (in Japanese, "little shorter than eight rounds" has the same sound as hachimaki (headband)).
  606. There is a play on words calling the above five seasonings as "sa-shi-su-se-so" (seasonings).
  607. There is a play to push out the oil of the skin of mikan to the candle light by folding mikan skin to enjoy watching the changing color of the flame.
  608. There is a pleasant episode that because he was nervous, he had, without better judgment, asked an old lady to dance with him when his turn came around.
  609. There is a poem about plum flowers in Dazaifu written by ISOUJI in Manyoshu.
  610. There is a poem by SUGAWARA no Michizane, or Kanko (a title of address used for SUGAWARA no Michizane), in 'One Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets' which reads: 'I am too busy on this trip to make an offering, but at least please allow me to offer these colored leaves of Temukeyama Mountain instead, as they are beautiful like brocade'.
  611. There is a poem made by an unknown poet which said, 'Mt. Minobu for samurai families, Mt. Fuji for court nobles, Ishiyama for emperors' favorite.'
  612. There is a poem on it in his wife's handwriting.
  613. There is a point of view that in such a case it is more natural to consider it a spin-off of the shrine that has given it the 'goshintai' than to regard it as a kamidana.
  614. There is a pond called 'the Pond of Daishi First Bath' behind the temple.
  615. There is a pond called Ioto-ike pond (also known as Kuroda-ike pond) next to Ioto-jinja Shrine.
  616. There is a pond in the center of the circuit style garden, and the water comes from the Katsura river, surrounded by a tea room, a mound, a sandy beach, a bridge and a stone lantern.
  617. There is a pond named Bijogaike, in Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture, which is believed to be the place she threw herself into the water after she heard of the death of Yoshitsune, and a small temple named Shizuka Gozen Do, which was constructed in memory of her, stands nearby.
  618. There is a popular belief that "Ieyasu was injured by Nobushige troop, ran away to a temple (Nanshu-ji Temple) and died there", and even now in the Nanshu-ji Temple there exists Ieyasu' s tomb.
  619. There is a popular belief that yumoji went out of fashion because of a fire happened at Shirokiya department store.
  620. There is a portrait (wooden statue) of Yoshizumi in Toji-in Temple of Kita-ku, Kyoto city.
  621. There is a portrait of Masayoshi in his armor as a fearless warrior with the year of production, 1539 written on it, and it is kept in the Joon-ji Temple of the Jodo Sect called Masayoshi Kaiki.
  622. There is a possession of his portraits at Rokudo Chinno-ji Temple.
  623. There is a possibility that Kiyomori was behind these dismissals, intending them as a means of protecting Shigemori's position by placing Yorimori, who sometimes showed a tendency to act independently, under complete control.
  624. There is a possibility that ancient Japan was unified according to precedents of Korea and China.
  625. There is a possibility that even they didn't know the name of Yoshinaka KISO.
  626. There is a possibility that he had continuously conducted this business after leaving the post of Shisho in Echizen Province.
  627. There is a possibility that he participated in conspiracies.
  628. There is a possibility that it is also related to Kagamitsukuri-jinja Shrine (including areas around Yao, Tawaramoto-cho, Shiki-gun).
  629. There is a possibility that many archaic terms of the Jomon or Yayoi period have been preserved in the Ainu language.
  630. There is a possibility that some of his pieces of work exist among Nijuhachibushu, the 28 attendants of Senju Kannon/124 statues of Kannon Bosatsu (Kannon Buddhisattva) in the Heian period which remain today in Sanjusangendo Temple.
  631. There is a possibility that the Yatsurugi -jinja Shrine located nationwide have a relationship to this shrine.
  632. There is a possibility that the garden was created by somebody related to Enshu KOBORI as he had connections to the Kaga clan cultural policy and his disciples did create gardens for the clan, but there are differences in the style of the garden.
  633. There is a possibility that there were provisions under Omi-Ryo (Omi administrative code) or Asukakiyomihararyo (the legal code of Japanese ancient state) that preceded the Taiho code but since neither exists in print, details are unknown.
  634. There is a prefectural passport office on the second floor.
  635. There is a prevailing view that he was the fourth son of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka and his mother was Tomoe Gozen, but the truth is unknown.
  636. There is a priest named I no Maro in the Izumonokuni Fudoki, and he is thought to be the same person as Imimaro.
  637. There is a printed book of the tale published in 1642.
  638. There is a private collection "Annagon Nagakata shu" and a diary "Zenchu-ki" (possessed by Sonkeikaku-bunko (a library of the Kaga Maeda family)).
  639. There is a process called "recognition" of human beings involved in the act of observation.
  640. There is a prologue "created during sickness" and he himself did not think it was a death haiku.
  641. There is a protest movement.
  642. There is a proverb related to Hanami Dango "Hana yori Dango"(to prefer dango to hana); it originates from people attracted much more to dango or parties at hanami events than to 'hana' (the cherry blossoms) which are supposed to be the main things at the events.
  643. There is a proverb saying, 'A poor workman complains of his tools,' implying that 'a person who has skills can write beautifully using any sort of brush,' but it doesn't mean that people can use poor-quality brushes while learning calligraphy.
  644. There is a public bath facility for day trip visitors and one inn for lodging.
  645. There is a public bath, Tsurutsuru no yu along the kamiyukawa River.
  646. There is a public bathing facility 'Tennokawa Onsen Center.'
  647. There is a railed ladder on one side and a balcony with a sunshade (a sign of high position) on the other side of the house.
  648. There is a railroad yard called Kyoto Sogo Untensho (or Kyo-kito in the abbreviation of 'Kyoto branch' and 'Kyoto Sogo Untensho'), between the Mukomachi and Nagaokakyo Stations.
  649. There is a rear lever used for yarimawashi and changing directions, and there are three horns called toribusuma (long, curved, cylindrical decorative tiles) on the larger roof.
  650. There is a record among official documents of the Edo Shogunate that during his tenure as the Shogun his name was also read as "Yoshihisa".
  651. There is a record in "Gyoki's Chronicles" (completed in 1175), one of the basic resources for the study of Gyoki, that suggests Gyoki moved to Ikuma Sembo (resident priests' quarters) in 707, aged forty.
  652. There is a record in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) that court functions were canceled when Retired Emperor Shomu's mother, GUJIWARA no Miyako died (as a case of a mother's death) and Emperor Kanmu's father, Retired Emperor Konin died (as a case of a father's death).
  653. There is a record in 1220 (Gyokuzui (Michiie KUJO's diary)) that thread flower of pine was found on the hiogi of young crown prince, although it was a plain-wood fan instead of cross-grained fan, and nina decoration can be found in the documents in the mid-Kamakura period (Shozoku Shikimokusho).
  654. There is a record in folio 7 "Tadanori miyako ochi" (Tadanori's Flight from the Capital) of the "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heike).
  655. There is a record indicating that it was regarded as luxury foodstuffs.
  656. There is a record of FUJIWARA no Michinaga visiting the shrine in the "Eiga Monogatari" (A Tale of Flowering Fortunes).
  657. There is a record of Mitsusue's son MINAMOTO no Sadamune having tracked and killed rebels in Iki Province.
  658. There is a record of a Korean envoy who came to Japan in the Muromachi period and was delighted to be treated to Japanese style powdered green tea in various places.
  659. There is a record of the diplomatic relations between Yamatai and Wei through Daifang Commandery in 'Gishiwajinden.'
  660. There is a record of this in "Morisada Manko," said to be basic literature on the modern history of people's lives.
  661. There is a record showing that Sakushu (warriors in Saku district) and Kaishu (warriors in Kai district) (this seems to be a misdescription of Joshushu (warriors in Joshu district) played a central role of the troops as well as Kisoshu (warriors in Kiso district).
  662. There is a record showing that c.a. 620, SOGA no Umako built a square-shaped pond on his residential premises and thus he was called 'shima-daijin' (the minister of islands) as his garden was unusual and won popularity.
  663. There is a record that "Tennoki" (a Record of the Emperors) and "National Record" were compiled before Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), but these books don't exist.
  664. There is a record that Imperial Prince Akishinonomiya Fumihito enjoyed playing the Misen-ryu Tosenkyo in his childhood.
  665. There is a record that a Buddhist ceremony involving the use of Shomyo was held at the opening ceremony for the Todai-ji Temple Great Buddha Eye in 754, so it is believed that Shomyo flourished during the Nara period.
  666. There is a record that a Shinto priest of the Edo period stole a glance at the sword.
  667. There is a record that a gilded folding screen with a painting of Azuchi-jo Castle produced by Eitoku KANO under the instruction of Nobunaga aiming to show off his power was presented to Alessandro VALIGNANO.
  668. There is a record that descendants in the direct line of the Oda family were indigenized as goshi (country samurai), the Nishiyama clan and Orita clan, and if it is true, the descendants lost formal samurai status, but stayed in the samurai class and survived.
  669. There is a record that he was appointed as Kazue no kami (the head of budget bureau).
  670. There is a record that in 851 the shrine was given Shorokui (Senior Sixth Rank) and in 866 Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  671. There is a record that indicates that women participated in the parade before the early Edo period, but women's participation has been prohibited since the middle of the Edo period.
  672. There is a record that the old department store Daimaru sold bags containing scraps of clothes in it's new year's sale in a certain period of the Edo period.
  673. There is a record that the shrine was given the status of Shorokui (Senior Sixth Rank) in 851.
  674. There is a record that, in 1031, he became a candidate for the betto (chief) of the Shoso-ritsubunsho storage but he refused it ("Shoyuki" (the diary of FUJIWARA no Sanesuke)).
  675. There is a recreation of 'Furuichi yaki (Furuichi ware),' which was lost over 200 years ago, with 60 wind chimes handmade by the local residents.
  676. There is a red gate about 1.5m from the front of the shinden, which remains closed so no one can enter.
  677. There is a red seal of 'Shitan' on the under side of picture, which seems to be the name of the painter, but his life is unknown.
  678. There is a relatively strong possibility that he was of the Yoshitada lineage, because even though he belonged to the Seiwa-Genji, he was a too distant relative to both the Mitsumasa lineage and the Mitsuyoshi lineage, which according to the way people thought in those days, probably meant that they weren't of the same family.
  679. There is a reliable theory which states that Sakon SHIMA served Mitsunari ISHIDA after he had become lord of Sawayama, a 190,000 koku fief.
  680. There is a remaining record that describes how Yoshinari NAKAHARA, one of Yoriie's kinju, was 'given special treatment because he had been deprived of land by being cheated by Yoshikazu HIKI' which was written by Tokimasa HOJO soon after the ruin of the Hiki clan.
  681. There is a remake that only small amount of fresh fishes was distributed and whales and fishes were used mainly for other purposes but not for eating.
  682. There is a remark that food culture should not be measured by the amount of distributed goods and the profit obtained.
  683. There is a remark that lots of fresh fishes were distributed and also lots of whales and fishes were used as food stuffs
  684. There is a remark that the fibers of the meat is fine or that the meat includes less fat, because the whale is smaller.
  685. There is a rental shop for fishing boats equipped with an electric trolling motor, and it acts as a base for bass fishing tournaments several times a year.
  686. There is a replica of the Golden Teahouse in the MOA Museum of Art.
  687. There is a research to point out that Hideyoshi began to use his surname after he married Nene from KINOSHITA clan.
  688. There is a review about Goshirakawa written by FUJIWARA no Shinzei in "Gyokuyo" (the Diary of Kanezane KUJO), it is said 'He was the most stupid Emperor among Chinese and Japanese Emperors.'
  689. There is a risk of food poisoning, urticaria, and anaphylactic shock from the consumption of fish that is rapidly perishable, that isn't fresh, or that hasn't been prepared in a hygienic manner.
  690. There is a ritual service at Atsuta-jingu Shrine called 'Eyodo shinji' in which people celebrate the return of the sword on that occasion.
  691. There is a river running from mountain ridges, for example; Mt. Takagamine, Mt. Washigamine and Mt. Shakadani northwest of Kyoto.
  692. There is a rock at the top of Mt. Hiei called 'Masakado Iwa' that was named after this legend and there is even a traditional belief that has been handed down that Masakado's chagrined face has appeared on the rock.
  693. There is a rock which is said to have been a piece of the rock door of the heavenly cave.
  694. There is a ruin of an ancient ritual site on this island, and the excavated items are all designated as national treasures (belonging to Munakata-taisha Shrine).
  695. There is a rule that one should go down the mountain within three hours.
  696. There is a rule that trainees must kill themselves if they are unable to continue the training, so they always carry a rope with which to hang themselves and a short sword.
  697. There is a rule to attach yaridashi alternately from side to side, and the ornaments are arranged asymmetrically.
  698. There is a rumor even now that people in Fukui Prefecture where the Aizu Domain used to exist, especially around Aizu-wakamatsu still hold a grudge against people in Yamaguchi Prefecture (Choshu Domain) and Kagoshima Prefecture (Satsuma Domain).
  699. There is a rumor that Basho MATSUO was Hanzo HATTORI.
  700. There is a rumor that Rikyu and Hideyoshi were in conflict about their different views of the tea ceremony.
  701. There is a rumor that Tadatsugu ate the poisoned manju and died without knowing the attempt and Tokuhime killed herself in grief.
  702. There is a rumor that he was a rakuin of Hideyori TOYOTOMI.
  703. There is a rumor that his mother was a daughter of Tahe MORITA of the same family, and when she worked as a bath servant, Matsudaira Oki no kami, the lord, became intimate with her, but it seems to have been dramatized for storytelling.
  704. There is a rumor that, after that, Hideyoshi, himself came to him to apologize, bringing food and alcohol with him.
  705. There is a sacred fountain which is the origin of the name of Mii-dera Temple.
  706. There is a sacred relic in the form of a statue of Xavier's upper body exhibited at Sacred St. Mary's Cathedral, Tokyo.
  707. There is a sad aspect that Imperial Princess Inoe and Imperial Prince Osabe had an unnatural death, or that his brother, Imperial Prince Sawara, who was the first prince when the Kammu government started, was accused of assassinating FUJIWARA no Tanetsugu; he was sentenced to deportation in 785 and died.
  708. There is a sauce named Napolitan in Italy: Neapolitan sauce.
  709. There is a saying 'Kata ni hamaru' (fit into a form), as Kata (a form) is not adjustable to changes.
  710. There is a saying that Sanemori became a harmful insect (rice planthopper) devouring rice as he was struck down at the rice paddy field.
  711. There is a scene depicted in "Okagami" and "Eiga Monogatari," of Michinaga cradling her ashes during the funeral but this is just fiction - in reality, it was Senshi's nephew (Michikane's son), FUJIWARA no Kanetaka, who cradled her bones.
  712. There is a scene featuring danjiri-bayashi in 'hetari' style in the movie based on that novel, directed by Kohei OGURI, which was edited to focus on the dance.
  713. There is a scene in an American movie "Rocky" where the main character swallows up a plurality of raw eggs, which Japanese and non-Japanese may receive differently.
  714. There is a scene involving a demonstration march by students, but a student demonstration in this pre-war period would not have actually been allowed.
  715. There is a scene where commoners greet loyal retainers on the street with cheers on their way back; however, it was only scripted for plays.
  716. There is a school that is called 'chanoyu ondo.'
  717. There is a screw type sawari implanted in sao, called 'azuma sawari.'
  718. There is a secret story that says he divorced his wife and left his child behind.
  719. There is a sect that does not perform the Indo ritual.
  720. There is a section between Saga Torokko Station and Arashiyama Torokko Station which is shared with the Sanin Main Line, where the tram leaving from Kameoka runs on the Sanin Main Line away from Kyoto, but in the opposite direction to the one taken by normal trains.
  721. There is a section in the second part of Kikigaki (oral record) of the Hagakure, in which Jocho talked about his backgrounds.
  722. There is a section where it is extremely narrow, but it is considered an important street between the Sanin Main Line and Onemae-dori Street.
  723. There is a senryu (satirical haiku) "Nabeikake Suteppenkara Tabakonishi," which humorously depicts the ikakeya who started his work with taking a whiff suddenly.
  724. There is a separate branch of the Isshiki clan who served the Koga kubo (descendants of one of the Ashikaga families that held the office of the Kanto district administrator) at Satte-jo Castle.
  725. There is a series of Kana Zoshi called "Kana Zoshi Shusei" (Tokyodo Publishing Co., Ltd., 45 volumes in all) which consists of approximately 200 books (44 volumes have been published as of September 2008).
  726. There is a series of sixty-four renku in "Seigetsu zenshu" (the collection of Seigetsu's haiku).
  727. There is a shop next to the automatic ticket vending machine, and the platform is located at the top of the stairway extending from the shop.
  728. There is a shopping precinct a short walk from the North Exit and the Port of (Kyoto) Maizuru is 10 minutes' walk away.
  729. There is a shoshi (small shrine) in Shinmei tsukuri (style of shrine architecture based on that of Ise-jingu Shrine) which enshrines Nobunaga.
  730. There is a shrine (Osakabe-jinja Shrine) in the keep, the only shrine in the 12 Existing Castle Towers.
  731. There is a shrine called Ioto-jinja Shrine (also known as Korei-jinja Shrine) in Kuroda, Tawaramoto-cho Town, Shiki County, Nara Prefecture, which is told the traditional place of Ioto no miya.
  732. There is a side entrance of Kyoto Kaikan Hall on the south east end of Reizei-bashi Bridge on Reizei-dori Street at the south end of Sakuranobanba-dori Street.
  733. There is a sign of revegetation to some extent.
  734. There is a similar case of 'ten brave warriors of the Amago clan' (there are some differences among documents).
  735. There is a similar description in 'Toto Satsumei,' inscription on the Sorinto Pillar (pillar of the metal pinnacle on the top of pagodas) that is on the roof of East Pagoda in Yakushi-ji Temple.
  736. There is a similar dish called Hasugayu (lotus gruel) or Hasuhagayu (lotus leaf gruel).
  737. There is a similar dish which uses orange juice instead.
  738. There is a similar explanation about his birth in the sixth "alternate writing" of the Kamiumi no dan, Nihonshoki, and Iwatsutsu no onokami was alleged to be an ancestor of Futsunushi no kami.
  739. There is a similar one called hashiura (bridge fortune-telling) which was done at the foot of a bridge.
  740. There is a similar provision in the National Property Act, Article 16.
  741. There is a similar term 'gisaku' (a fake) (as a document).
  742. There is a single crossover leading to a Kurama-bound outbound track on the Hachimanmae side of Platform 3.
  743. There is a single opening to the right of the center on the tsuma side.
  744. There is a single opening with hinged double doors, called Otobira, at the center of the front side.
  745. There is a slight difference of staging between the Kanto and Kansai regions; in Kansai, Mount Fuji is seen in the distance between the fusuma sliding doors in the scene where Kudo talks about the last hour of the brothers' father.
  746. There is a slight slope from the entrance on the National Route side on the west up to the Kurama-bound Platform 4, which is wheelchair-accessible.
  747. There is a slope called 'Kido-saka' that runs from Komagome Station of JR Yamanote Line to his second house.
  748. There is a small cave still left on a hillside called Kisen-do Cave.
  749. There is a small forest within Tenjin no Mori Tenman-gu Shrine near Tenjinno Mori Station on Hankai Line of Hankai Tramway Co., Ltd., which is considered to be remaining site where Joo spent in seclusion in his late years and left as it was as the Joo forest.
  750. There is a small pathway circulating around on the tumulus body, which could have decayed the shape of the tumulus.
  751. There is a small private school called Kenseigijuku, in Higashihotaka Village, Minamiazumi County.'
  752. There is a small shrine called "Hosendo" in a corner of Ariyoshi-en, which covers an area of approximately 9,900 square meters.
  753. There is a small square in front of the station office; it's located on the ground level, which is lower than the platform, which is built on a mound.
  754. There is a small stone placed in front of the area with the inscription of a song from Manyoshu (oldest anthology of Japanese poems): 'Just as there is no grass growing on the holy rocks in the river, wishing you remain unchanged as an eternal virgin.'
  755. There is a snow mountain as I look back the trace of this past five years.
  756. There is a soba dish known as 'Chikuwa-ten soba' which is a bowl of buckwheat noodles in hot soup with tenpura chikuwa (fish sausage) mainly found in the Kanto area.
  757. There is a special holiday schedule during sightseeing seasons, where, during peak daytime rush hours, trains run at 12-minute intervals between Demachiyanagi Station and Kurama Station and between Demachiyanagi Station and Yase-Hieizanguchi Station.
  758. There is a special tour which is sometimes organized as an authorized 'Kyoto Okoshiyasu Daigaku' tour.
  759. There is a species of plant called Gojunoto (Haworthia Viscosa, Liliaceae family) which is a succulent plant (a plant with fat leaves, such as Aloe).
  760. There is a speculation that Nakamaro poisoned Prince Asaka in the ancient capital of Kuni-kyo (present-day Kyoto Prefecture) and led him to a sudden death in February 5, 744, but some doubted the theory.
  761. There is a spin-off of Naporitan called Italian Spaghetti in Nagoya.
  762. There is a sports facility, sports-oriented club activities and circle activities which are held here.
  763. There is a standing image and a seated image, which generally wears clothes and has a shaven head.
  764. There is a statement 'Excerption completed on September 8, Tenpei 3' in Okugaki (postscript), which tells that he completed this at the age of thirty one.
  765. There is a station building but, since it is unmanned, there is an automatic ticket machine inside the building.
  766. There is a station called 'Mizuki Station' on Kagoshima Main Line of Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu).
  767. There is a statue of Fugen Enmei Bosatsu of the twelfth century in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, of the United States of America, which is a Bosatsu of Taimitsu (esoteric Buddhism of the Japanese Tendai sect) because it is supported by an elephant with three heads.
  768. There is a statue of the upper body of Xavier on the backside.
  769. There is a stone guidepost shaped like a shogi piece at the joint with Nakahechi, and it is reported that there were a checkpoint and a teahouse.
  770. There is a stone monument at the site of the residence of Soshitsu SHIMAI near the exit of Gofukumachi Interchange on the Fukuoka Urban Expressway.
  771. There is a stone monument of this incident on the alley of Aburakoji Shomen-dori Street, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto.
  772. There is a stone monument on Mt. Hiei that was donated in the name of Mitsuhide after 1582, when Mitsuhide was supposed to have died.
  773. There is a stone monument on the hill, engraved as 'Ohide TANAKA's Grave' in his own hand writing, while Ohide is buried in a small circular shaped mound behind the monument.
  774. There is a stone monument showcasing the birthplace of Konosuke MATSUSHITA, a businessman from Wakayama Prefecture, in MATSUSHITA's hometown, whose title was written by YUKAWA as a person from the same province.
  775. There is a stone monument to the south of Ota-jinja Shrine (Kamigamo-Kitaoji-cho).
  776. There is a stone monument with the inscription 'The birthplace of Udon noodles and Soba' in 'Joten-ji Temple' established by Enni.
  777. There is a stone monument, a bell and a drum on the second floor of the Drum Tower.
  778. There is a stone pagoda with an epigraph 'The Place related to Hideyori' in Kinoshita, Kamifukumoto-cho, Kagoshima City, Kagoshima Prefecture.
  779. There is a stone pillar for indicating the boundary of 'Nanairo-ryo' (the territory of Nanairo) at the right of the old road, and it is said there was also a teahouse run by residents of Nanairo.
  780. There is a stone-made guidepost along the road saying that it was the ancient road of Tsubaichi kannon, and at a short distance is located the Tsubaichi kannon hall.
  781. There is a storage method of sealing rice airtight and keeping it in the refrigerator if it will be eaten within one day, or in the freezer if it won't be consumed within two days.
  782. There is a storage space with a partition made of straws under the raised-floor.
  783. There is a story about 'A woman painted on a folding screen' in the first part of an essay by FUJIWARA no Ietaka "Ochiguri monogatari" (The Story of Fallen Chestnuts) written in Bunsei era.
  784. There is a story about Iemitsu that remains in existence today.
  785. There is a story about an Ogi-awase that was performed in 973 during the Emperor Enyu era.
  786. There is a story about the origin of Ebi furai that "Renga-tei" in Ginza Tokyo, a restaurant serving Western-style food, designed Ebi furai in 1900 as a kind of deep fried cuisine (cutlet) after getting an idea from the popularity of Tonkatsu (pork cutlet) and Menchi Katsu (minced meat cutlet).
  787. There is a story in "Shoku Nihon Koki" (Later Chronicle of Japan Continued) that investigation into a strange matter at the tatanami no misasagi revealed in 843 that Mausoleum of Empress Jingu was confounded with Mausoleum of Emperor Seimu.
  788. There is a story in a book, "Saikaku oridome"(a book which describes variety of subjects and aspects of daily life of ordinary people) written by Saikaku IHARA.
  789. There is a story in which from November to December 1858 he competed in a swordplay match against Hanbeita TAKECHI and Ryoma SAKAMOTO at the Momonoi dojo.
  790. There is a story left about Asano Takumi no Kami having a chronic disease called tsukae which would be equivalent to a psychosomatic disease today, and therefore, some suggest that he had a short temper from birth.
  791. There is a story of a white rabbit of Inaba, who tricked sharks and used them in order to get across the sea, and there are folktales in southern islands whose contents are similar but with different animals.
  792. There is a story that Dosetsu TACHIBANA warned Sorin about rejecting government affairs by indulging in frivolity.
  793. There is a story that Matsubara calmed Yamanami when he got upset because there was no armor for him.
  794. There is a story that Nene had been treated harshly by Hideyoshi for some time because she couldn't have a child although she was his lawful wife, and that Nene conflicted with Yodo-dono, Hideyoshi's concubine.
  795. There is a story that Toshimasu tricked Toshiie into taking a cold bath, and while he was in the bath, Toshimasu stole the famous horse, Matsukaze (or Toshiie's favorite horse, 'Tanikaze') and left.
  796. There is a story that Yasuharu OYAMA, the 15th Shogi Grand Master, praised the game.
  797. There is a story that he started to call himself 'Sokei' (the second Sokei) after Nobunaga ODA complimented him on how well he used the keima (knight); however, its reality is uncertain.
  798. There is a story that he was acquainted with Shinran, the founder of Shin Buddhism, as they were related via their mothers; but there is no proof.
  799. There is a story that he was involved in Mikawa-geko (going to Mikawa Province as a hostage) of Hideyoshi's mother in 1586.
  800. There is a story that he was praised by the Imperial Prince Munetaka in a competition of military arts held at Gokuraku-ji Temple.
  801. There is a story that says that Mitsuhide AKECHI, who was told to plan a strategy for seizing regions in Tanba Province, improved the roads during the warring states period.
  802. There is a story that while he was living a roaming life with Yoshiaki after the Eiroku Incident, they were so desperately poor that they found it hard even to get lantern oil, and were forced to pilfer oil from Shinto shrines.
  803. There is a story that, after the Battle of Sekigahara, Nagamasa was saddened by the foul mood at Osaka Castle (or Edo Castle according to some theories), lamenting 'when Mitsunari was alive, something like this would never have happened.'
  804. There is a story to show his friendship with Tanaka: When filming "Oyu-sama," he said to Tanaka, who had been often described as 'not beautiful (but good at acting)' since childhood, 'I will film you most beautifully.'
  805. There is a story to tell about Hidemasa's achievement at that time; he arrested 50 samurai of Satsuma Province and gave an order to them in exchange for saving their lives to deliver the following message:
  806. There is a story told about Genzaburo passing by the street in Mibu, where Soshi OKITA was playing with children.
  807. There is a story told that Genzaburo's nephew, Taisuke INOUE tried to take his head home.
  808. There is a story told, when Yasunori was at Bitchu Province, a gang of robbers who came from a different province heard about Yasunori's administration, and were so ashamed that they turned themselves in.
  809. There is a strange story in connection with this visit to Saipan that a group of South Korean stretched a banner with disrespectful comments only to remove after being protested by the Chamorro, indigenous people.
  810. There is a strong admiration for Kukai, the founder of the sect (Kobo Daishi).
  811. There is a strong anecdote that he assisted Kyonyo to go back to Kyoto with his strong protest to Mitsunari during this time to meet the request of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism).
  812. There is a strong doubt that the 'kiseru' or the kiseru part was originated in Southeast Asia, and some say that it is more natural to think that the Portuguese and Spanish word, "rabo" was the origin because it means "stalk" in Portuguese and "stem" in Spanish.
  813. There is a strong impression that the relationship between Japan and the Yuan Dynasty was under the severe strain since there were two Mongol invasion attempts against Japan.
  814. There is a strong possibility that a personal history of Dosan mentioned so far is mixed up with a career of Dosan's father Shinzaemonnojo.
  815. There is a strong possibility that it had great influences on "Kagero Diary (The Gossamer Years)," "Izumi Shikibu Diary," "Murasaki Shikibu Diary," "Sarashina Nikki (Diary)," etc.
  816. There is a strong possibility that they were recorded over several years, but opinions are divided on the year of Himiko's death, be it in 247, 248, or even later.
  817. There is a strong possibility that, inferring from the scale and placement of the foundation stones, the remnant excavated in the hon maru (the keep of a castle) area is a residential remnant.
  818. There is a strong public image of the army under the Ritsuryo system mainly consisting of foot soldiers.
  819. There is a strong suggestion that many of them are an extension of working places, friends, and territorial associations rather than fulfilling the original purpose, and occasionally one person joins more than one Mujin.
  820. There is a strong theory against the fact that Sumitomo was descended from the Fujiwara family.
  821. There is a strong theory that Toshizo HIJIKATA, Keisuke YAMAMINAMI, Soji OKITA, and Sanosuke HARADA of the Shieikan faction were the assassins.
  822. There is a strong theory that he committed suicide on Shingen's orders, but another theory has it that he died from illness.
  823. There is a strong theory that the actual cause of death was diabetes mellitus.
  824. There is a strong view that he moved to Echizen Province as he was the nominal sovereign of the region.
  825. There is a stupa-shaped stone for indicating the distance at the middle of the downhill.
  826. There is a subway Kawaramachi Station (Kyoto Prefecture) of the Hankyu Corporation's Hankyu Kyoto Main Line below the Shijo Kawaramachi Intersection, and is directly connected to Hankyu Hanshin Department Store and Takashimaya Department Store by underground passage.
  827. There is a superstition that if a funeral or a memorial service (a Buddhist service) is done on a tomobiki day, a friend is drawn to the other world (= die), and in some areas crematories are closed on tomobiki days.
  828. There is a supposition that this road connected Nishiyama Tumulus of the Mononobe clan and Hashihaka Tumulus in the south during the Kofun period (tumulus period).
  829. There is a surname of Japanese called 'Shime' with 七五三 in kanji characters.
  830. There is a surviving "Yagi-jo Koezu" (an old sketch map of Yagi-jo Castle) which was measured and created by Sazaemon KIDOKORO and Toemon AKAI.
  831. There is a surviving portrait of Baisao, done by another of his intimate friends, Jyakuchu ITO; in the portrait, he as an old, thin man, depicted with a broad forehead and somewhat wavy white hair
  832. There is a sweet cake which is simply made by solidifying Wasanbon itself; it melts quickly in the mouth with such a flavorful sweetness that it has become a typical dry confectionery.
  833. There is a sword which is designated to an important cultural property (the sword with the inscription 'Ikkanshi Tadatsuna hori dosaku, on a lucky day September, 1709,' held at the Kyoto National Museum).
  834. There is a tale in 'Untold Stories of Shinsengumi Swordsmen' (written by Shoshi RYUSEN) that he wandered around before finally settling down as a sericulture instructor at Iwate Prefecture and lived until 1890, and books that studied the Shinsengumi referred to it as though it was a true event.
  835. There is a tanka poem left by Imperial Prince Hozumi lamenting her death which was thought to be composed in winter of the same year.
  836. There is a taxi stand and municipal paid parking lot (capacity: forty-two vehicles, charged by time) at the east side of the station.
  837. There is a tea ceremony room, a western style building and a main building on the premises.
  838. There is a tea house in the garden.
  839. There is a technique called "Zasaguri no Jutsu" as a fighting method using ninjato.
  840. There is a technique of printing the picture on dedicated photographic paper (thinner than normal photographic paper) and adhering it to a postcard.
  841. There is a temple in the area called the Iozan Saisho-in Provincial Monastery (principal image, Yakushi-nyorai), which is said to have inherited the light of Buddhism.
  842. There is a temple named Kannon-in Temple located in mountains in the southeast of Kojima-dera Temple (Kamikoshima, Takatori-cho).
  843. There is a temple of the Jinmon-ryu school of Hokkeshu sect called 'Suijo-ji Temple' in Hiratadai, Kasuga City.
  844. There is a temple tradition that the 'Omiyasama' was Akatsu-nakatsukasa sho, the eighth generation of the Kideranomiya family (Imperial Prince Yasuhito).
  845. There is a temple with the same name, Konjo-ji, next to Inoue's birthplace, making it highly possible that his burial ground is this demolished temple.
  846. There is a temporary Nyonin Kinsei which considers particular period related with women's menses as a period of abstention, while there is a permanent Nyonin Kinsei which constantly prohibits women's entering in distinction from men.
  847. There is a tendency of using tekka hada to express female character, whereas tekka denbo expresses male character.
  848. There is a tendency that interprets this story as well as the story of Yasogami afflicting harm as a part of ancient medicine being passed down to the present.
  849. There is a tendency to be identified with Jiten, Prithivi, which is one of juniten (twelve deities).
  850. There is a tendency to eat an afternoon snack generally at about 3 p. m. in Japan now.
  851. There is a tendency to eat mainly sweets including sugars and snacks including carbohydrates as between-meals refreshments so as to get nutrition, especially calories, in the daytime.
  852. There is a term having similar meaning, 'kanzen-mai' (complete rice).
  853. There is a territorial dispute between Japan and South Korea over Takeshima Island (Shimane Prefecture) (Korean name is Dokdo Island), located in southwest under the occupation of the Republic of Korea.
  854. There is a theory 'that Shotoku Taishi ascended to the throne.'
  855. There is a theory arguing that although the code advocates direct line succession, it was not created with the purpose of denying the principle of brother to brother succession, but permitting the princes whose mother was not from the imperial family to take the throne.
  856. There is a theory assuming that Dochu's teaching of Bodhisattva Precepts was a rebellion to his master Ganjin (Jianzhen)'s exclusive teaching of the religious precepts.
  857. There is a theory called 'Sendai capital theory' that Sendai would be the capital of Japan now if only the Ouetsu-reppan alliance had won a battle against the new government.
  858. There is a theory claiming the calligrapher was FUJIWARA no Kintsune (?-1099), but this matter is still very much in doubt.
  859. There is a theory of Kyushu Dynasty which says the government representing Japan was located in Kyushu from before Christ to the end of seventh century called Wi or Tawi, but this lacks much evidence.
  860. There is a theory purporting that it was printed by the sealing method by putting the paper underneath.
  861. There is a theory purporting that the Imperial Domain belonged to Prince Oama, and also a theory which mentions this is not all true.
  862. There is a theory regarding this that points to a connection with Shita County, Hitachi Province, and also a connection between Katori-jingu Shrine and the Mononobe clan.
  863. There is a theory saying that Susano won in the original legend by producing a male god and that Masakatsuakatsu kachihayahi was Susano's offspring by the following reasons.
  864. There is a theory stating that Masamune secretly conspired to expand his territory by agitating the Kasai-Osaki Ikki.
  865. There is a theory stating that around 5th century, they were called 'Kai Daio,' 'Kikoku Daio,' or simply 'Daio' (great king) externally, but it was fixed to 'Tenno' in the Reign of Empress Suiko or the Reign of Emperor Tenmu.
  866. There is a theory stating that he was born in Tsushima Province, but it is now clear that he was born in Yamato Province (recently there has also been another theory that 'Sakon SHIMA' was a name of the Shima clan who served the Tsutsui clan and that there was another person named 'Sakon SHIMA' before Kiyooki).
  867. There is a theory stating that it was adopted from 'Teno daitei' or 'Fuso Taitei Tokofu,' which means the Polestar in ancient China and was also adopted into Taoism.
  868. There is a theory stating that the Gao Zong of Tang (reigned 649-683) once called himself 'Tenno,' not Emperor, originated from Taoism like mentioned above, and was introduced into Japan.
  869. There is a theory stating that the Kojiki and the Nihonshoki used Himiko as the archetype of Amaterasu in heaven and Shitateru hime on earth.
  870. There is a theory stating that the cause of the Honnoji Incident was a direct request from Toshimitsu SAITO to Mitsuhide to save his younger sister.
  871. There is a theory stating that the difference in reading corresponds to the difference in ethnic groups.
  872. There is a theory stating that the difference shows buried person's birth group, but it is not proven yet.
  873. There is a theory stating that the territorial value of his own land right before the Battle of Sekigahara, presented as 580,000 koku, had been calculated with the outdated measurement unit used before the scale and measurement revision, which was based on the unit of 1 tan (991.74m?) equal to 360 bu (1 bu was 3.3m?).
  874. There is a theory that "Teiki" and "Kyuji" were not separate books but a unified book.
  875. There is a theory that 'Homudawake' (in "Nihonshoki" and "Kojiki," Chinese characters used are different) which is thought to be the posthumous name of Emperor Ojin was a real name used when he was alive.
  876. There is a theory that 'Ura' was actually toraijin (immigrants, mainly from China and Korea), who had been giving steel manufacturing techniques to the former rulers of Kibi Province, or local ruling families, and out of loyalty to the former rulers, they fought against Kibitsuhiko (or Yamato rule).
  877. There is a theory that 'fatty acid ethyl' produced by fermentation reduces the power of mutagen which causes cancer.
  878. There is a theory that 'kamosu' (producing sake), an expression of Japanese, derived from 'kamu' (chewing) of kuchikami-sake.
  879. There is a theory that Bodaisen was the first sake to be brewed in Japan, and a stone monument inscribed as such stands in the precinct of Shoryaku-ji Temple.
  880. There is a theory that Bunei no Eki would not have been an invasion, but rather a reconnaissance in force.
  881. There is a theory that Dainichinyorai (Makabirushanabutsu (Mahavairocana), mahaavairocana) originates from Ahura Mazda, the supreme god in Zoroastrianism.
  882. There is a theory that Emperor Gosanjo, even after he abdicated the throne, planned to manage politics as Joko (retired Empire).
  883. There is a theory that Empress Jingu was Himiko or had some relationship with Himiko, which was not yet generally accepted.
  884. There is a theory that Genko provoked wako (Japanese pirates) to active operation in revenge (for details, refer to Wako).
  885. There is a theory that Gocho headed 'Go' (one of units of corps; literally meaning "five") consisting of five soldiers, but some people doubt of its existence because there were no definite regulations and there were no descriptions of its existence in found materials.
  886. There is a theory that Gyokkei-ji Temple (Chokushi, Shigaraki-cho, Koka City, Shiga Prefecture) near the Shigaraki no Miya Palace site is the remains.
  887. There is a theory that Hashihito no Himemiko ascended the throne as the princess of the previous Emperor but one and became an Empress after the death of Empress Saimei; however, for some reason her name was erased from the record.
  888. There is a theory that Hidenobu and Nobunaga were seemingly alike and it is said that Hidenobu wore armor which was similar to Nobunaga's and came out into the field during the prelude of the Battle of Sekigahara.
  889. There is a theory that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI served Yoshihide ROKKAKU, who was Yoshisato's father (or brother), changed his name to Hideyoshi during a period of wandering, and was given Kataimina (a part of the name of a noble person).
  890. There is a theory that Hideyoshi or one of his close associates such as Mitsunari ISHIDA, Masamune DATE, or Kanetsugu NAOE etc poisoned but this has been largely repudiated for the following reasons.
  891. There is a theory that Iemitsu's decision to call himself a "shogun by nature" was based on advice from Masamune.
  892. There is a theory that Imperial Japanese Navy played a significant role in the popularization of curry and rice in Japan.
  893. There is a theory that KAMO no Kibimaro who lived five generations before KAMO no Tadayuki was KIBI no Makibi, but this seems unlikely.
  894. There is a theory that KAMO no agatanushi in Kadono in Yamashiro Province were there as the result of an expansion of the Kamo clan from Katsuragi into Yamashiro.
  895. There is a theory that Katsumasa ran away in front of enemies at the Battle of Katsura-gawa River; however, because Nobunaga did not punish him, the theory is without credibility.
  896. There is a theory that Kawamata-machi was named after Kawamata, Takaichi-gun, Yamato Province (Nara Prefecture at present), which was Koteko's hometown.
  897. There is a theory that Kibi power moved to east.
  898. There is a theory that Kokan drafted 'Tokaido Gojusan-tsugi', a masterpiece of Hiroshige ANDO.
  899. There is a theory that Machi was the same person as Mokumanchi, an influential vassal from Baekje and therefore, the SOGA clan were settlers from Baekje.
  900. There is a theory that Mitsunari plotted the poisoning of Ujisato GAMO, Gamo-sodo (the Gamo Family feud) and the resultant weakening of the Gamo Family, but many of Gamo's former retainers served and died for Mitsunari so today this theory is denied.
  901. There is a theory that Mochiyori was dismissed as Ise no Shugoshiki (provincial constable of Ise Province) on this occasion.
  902. There is a theory that Moromoto became Dazai gon no sochi and had a concurrent assignment as Nagato no kuni Shugo (provincial constable of Nagato Province).
  903. There is a theory that Nakatsukasa-sho along with Kunai-sho (Ministry of the Sovereign's Household) was ranked higher than other six ministries before the establishment of Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code).
  904. There is a theory that Napolitan originates from the Italian-style pasta flavored with tomato sauce called 'spaghetti a la Napolitana,' commonly eaten in France.
  905. There is a theory that Narihira and Imperial Princess Yasuiko had an affair resulting in the birth of Moronao who was later to be adopted by Shigenori TAKASHINA, resulting in rumors that the Takashina clan were descendants of Narihira.
  906. There is a theory that Nigihayahi was a son of Susanoo no Mikoto, and was equated with Omononushi, Kamowakeikazuchi no Okami, Kotosakao no Mikoto, Yamato no Okunitama no Okami, Furunomitama, and Otoshi no Mikoto.
  907. There is a theory that Royal Families are connected by blood even if his/her father is a royal family member from another country; international marriage between Royal Families was common, for that reason, female-line dynasty change was smooth.
  908. There is a theory that SAITO was left-handed, but it has little likelihood of being a historical fact.
  909. There is a theory that Sanjaku Obi originates in folding sanjaku towel (about 90cm long tenugui towel) to be used for a waistband.
  910. There is a theory that Shizu no iwaya could be the one that was depicted in a Oishi no Suguri no Mahito's poem in Manyoshu (Volume 3-355) "Onamuchi and Sukunahikona lived in Shizu no iwaya; how many generations that have been passed by?"
  911. There is a theory that Shusui KOTOKU, a socialist during the Meiji Period, was a descendant from a branch of the KOTOKUI family.
  912. There is a theory that Tadahisa SHIMAZU was adopted KOREMUNE no Hirokoto together with Tadasue, because Hirokoto took Tango no tsubone to wife later.
  913. There is a theory that Tadateru had a very close relationship with Christianity.
  914. There is a theory that Tadateru's father-in-law was Masamune DATE and Hidetada was afraid of him.
  915. There is a theory that Takamatsuzuka Tomb was built for the Prince Osakabe.
  916. There is a theory that Takamori SAIGO, Toshimichi OKUBO and other activists, who aimed for the violent overthrow of the Shogunate, intentionally leaked Ryoma's whereabouts to the Shogunate side because they became cautious about such Ryoma's changed attitudes.
  917. There is a theory that Takeda was a homosexual.
  918. There is a theory that Takki originates from Dakini (ダーキニー) (Dakiniten).
  919. There is a theory that Unabi Hime no Mikoto, the sixth-generation Hikohoakari mentioned in "A Family Tree of the Amabe Family," was Himiko.
  920. There is a theory that a Zen monk gave an onjaku which was kept in his pocket to beat the cold and hunger to a visitor to give relief from hunger.
  921. There is a theory that a few alternations or falsifications were made to the genealogy during the periods of Kinmei, Suiko, Saimei, and therefore careful examination is required.
  922. There is a theory that a member of Shinsengumi Iori TANAKA and Nishiki NIIMI was the same person, but it is unclear.
  923. There is a theory that advocates it as a 'policy treating them equally to the Japanese' but the concept of Japanization itself considers Japanese being superior, presenting an evidence of discrimination.
  924. There is a theory that advocates that the 'Emperor's Edict,' which Prince Otomo and his five senior vassals made an oath to guard by any means in 671, is Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten.
  925. There is a theory that although Yoshiharu is said to be the son of Shigemune, he was actually the son of Nagaharu BESSHO and escaped by following one of the vassals at the time of the fall of the Miki-jo Castle in 1580.
  926. There is a theory that at that time Mitsunari wanted to act in concert with Yusai HOSOKAWA, but he couldn't do so effectively because he was in a distant location conducting kenchi (surveys).
  927. There is a theory that because SEN no Rikyu had conflicts with Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and was forced a Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment), and Jokei who had the least connection with Rikyu became the head of the family.
  928. There is a theory that both '邪馬壹國' and '邪馬臺国' are phonetic equivalents for 'Yamato' because of the close pronunciations.
  929. There is a theory that burial mounds whose bottom stage is square shape and upper is octagon shape are included in the dome-shaped barrow on a square base.
  930. There is a theory that considers her to be the daughter of KASA no Kanemura.
  931. There is a theory that curry as a Western food has been greatly influenced by curry-powder-mixed stews made by the British Navy.
  932. There is a theory that fir leaves are hung since these leaves prevent the sake from decaying.
  933. There is a theory that he died due to suffering from contusion.
  934. There is a theory that he died on intercalary April 25.
  935. There is a theory that he employed Hideyoshi when he was still wandering about.
  936. There is a theory that he founded Shusho-onie (fire festival).
  937. There is a theory that he got this name because his mother was born in Yosa in Tango; but the reason is not known.
  938. There is a theory that he served at the Imperial Court in Kyoto during Kanji and Kowa era, adopting his wife's surname 'Taira' and is referred to as 'Hyoe no Jo (Lieutenant of the Middle Palace Guards) Kiyohira' and 'TAIRA no Kiyohira' in "Chuyuki" (the diary of FUJIWARA no Munetada).
  939. There is a theory that he surrendered because he held a grudge.
  940. There is a theory that he was a boss of kogi-onmitsu.
  941. There is a theory that he was a figure created from stories mixed with those of Hidemitsu AKECHI, whose existence has been confirmed from historical records.
  942. There is a theory that he was a rakuin of Emperor Tenchi, (which was written clearly in history books and official documents).
  943. There is a theory that he was a rakuin of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  944. There is a theory that he was a rakuin of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo.
  945. There is a theory that he was a rakuin of Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  946. There is a theory that he was an apprentice of Jinsuke HAYASHIZAKI, however, according to the tradition of the Katayama-Hoki school, he received sword instructions from his uncle Shoan.
  947. There is a theory that he was an imaginary figure.
  948. There is a theory that he was born in 1143.
  949. There is a theory that he was called koma because his mother was the person from Goguryeo (kingdom of Korea).
  950. There is a theory that he was entrusted to the Imagawa clan not as a hostage but for 'learning government affairs.'
  951. There is a theory that he was is a rakuin of Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA.
  952. There is a theory that he was poisoned to death by FUJIWARA no Nakamaro.
  953. There is a theory that he was poisoned to death by a doctor, Shokei TAKEDA.
  954. There is a theory that he was the author of "Masukagami" (The Clear Mirror).
  955. There is a theory that he was the fourth-generation descendant of Imperial Prince Iyo, the third prince of Emperor Kanmu, but this theory lacks credibility because it is based on a family tree made during the Meiji period.
  956. There is a theory that he was the same person as Kanzaburo NAKAMURA (the First), Zamoto (leader of a theatrical company) of Nakamura-za Theater, one of the Edo Sanza of Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors), however, it is not certain.
  957. There is a theory that her name was 'Nei' as it was indicated as 'Nei,' 'Neishi,' 'Nei' (in different Chinese characters) in the documents including "The Genealogical Table of the Kinoshita Family" of the Ashimori domain in Bicchu Province governed by her nephew, Toshifusa KINOSHITA.
  958. There is a theory that his banishment was caused by his own immorality such as killing a monk.
  959. There is a theory that his birth mother was a member of the Ikoma clan, but another theory also exists (described later).
  960. There is a theory that his lawful wife was Sadako TOYOTOMI, the daughter of Hidekatsu TOYOTOMI.
  961. There is a theory that his name is also pronounced as Yoshiakira and he is mentioned in literature and descriptions of Matsuyama City, the guide for Bocchan Ressha train, and occasionally in the Ehime Shinbun newspaper.
  962. There is a theory that his name is pronounced Yasuharu.
  963. There is a theory that holds that she died in Kamakura before the court decision was made.
  964. There is a theory that identifies Omoikane no mikoto with Amenokoyane no mikoto.
  965. There is a theory that identifies Toyosukiiribime no mikoto as Toyo who governed Yamatai-Koku kingdom.
  966. There is a theory that identifies Yamatototohimomosohime no mikoto as Himiko, who governed Yamatai-Koku kingdom.
  967. There is a theory that in 1677, the year in which "A hundred stories from the provinces" was published, Katawa-Guruma was separated into the two different specters of Kagawa-Guruma and Wanyudo.
  968. There is a theory that it is a work produced by 'previous-Matabe schools,' but today the theory that Matabe himself was involved in the production of this work is widely accepted.
  969. There is a theory that it is read as `furukotobumi,' but today, it is generally read as `kojiki' in on-yomi (Chinese reading of kanji).
  970. There is a theory that it might be Bitchu Province, where Yamatanoorochi was exterminated, as described in Nihon Shoki.
  971. There is a theory that it might be Shiragi, since it was written in the fourth section of the first book in Nihon Shoki that he first went down to Soshimori in Shiragi and then came to Torigami no Mine in Izumo.
  972. There is a theory that it was Katsuie, not Hideyoshi, who conducted the Sword Hunt for the first time.
  973. There is a theory that it was cheaper to make the costume in persimmon color than in black.
  974. There is a theory that it was created as a food to eat during the beginning of the Sengoku period (period of Warring States) in Japan because it was easy to cook in large quantities.
  975. There is a theory that it was made as a relish for steak tartar in France, and the main ingredients (condiments, chopped vegetables) are the same as steak tartar.
  976. There is a theory that pointed out the similarity between Ikima, a Yamatai high ranking officer, and 'Ikume,' the name of Emperor Suinin, but details such as the names of envoys by Himiko are not specified in the "Record of Ancient Matters" and the "Chronicles of Japan," the history books of Yamato Dynasty.
  977. There is a theory that regards him and Tokotsuhikoiro no mikoto who appears in "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and "Nihonshoki" as the same person.
  978. There is a theory that regards the year of his birth as 928.
  979. There is a theory that says 'Kisaki' originally meant '君幸' but its origin is not known clearly.
  980. There is a theory that says it is a type of Jomon god.
  981. There is a theory that says some Emperors in ancient times, such as Emperor Sujin, Emperor Ojin, and Emperor Keitai, usurped the imperial throne regardless of blood relations with the past Emperors.
  982. There is a theory that says that Mochimitsu was fat and could not run fast, hated to be a drag and asked his grandson Nobutsuna TASHIRO to assist him in committing hara-kiri by beheading him.
  983. There is a theory that says that Nagayasu HIRANO, one of the seven excellent military commanders in Hideyoshi's army at the battle of Shizugatake, was from a branch family (Nobukata's great grandson) of the Funabashi family.
  984. There is a theory that says that this was a god of Emishi.
  985. There is a theory that says this was in preparation for usurpation (another theory says that sakuho was received in order to enhance convenience of trading).
  986. There is a theory that she and Mitsuhide AKECHI were cousins to each other, but it cannot be determined because the first half of the life of Mitsuhide remains unknown.
  987. There is a theory that she tonsured after Hideyoshi died, then called herself Daiko-in.
  988. There is a theory that since Amenowakahiko and Ajisukitakahikone looked alike, they were originally the same deity.
  989. There is a theory that some of the Tang sea warriors reached Japan and invaded the country.
  990. There is a theory that sovereign power by Izumo family already existed in Yamato Province before the Emperor Jinmu.
  991. There is a theory that states that 'State Shinto' is not a religion and another theory that states that it is.
  992. There is a theory that states that Yamato Totohimomo Sohimenomikoto no Mikoto (Imperial Princess) was a queen of Yamataikoku, namely Himiko ('Yamataikoku is Yamato,' Kazuo HIGO, Akita Shoten).
  993. There is a theory that states that it was named after enshrinement of Tamonten, Bonten, or Taishakuten (gods) of Buddhism or that the house of a castellan was called 'densu' (taking care of the tasks in the Buddha hall and the main hall).
  994. There is a theory that states that the first appearance of the word tenshu in literature is Settsu-Itami-jo Castle or Yamato Tamonyama-jo Castle of Hisahide MATSUNAGA or the tenshu of Azuchi-jo Castle of Nobunaga ODA, but its origin is not clear.
  995. There is a theory that states that there is a similarity between the legend of Alexander the Great and Emperor Jinmu's expedition.
  996. There is a theory that suggests a blood relation to Seishu ANDO, who was an uncle to Yoshisada NITTA's wife.
  997. There is a theory that suggests that although the sacred sword enshrined in Atsuta-jingu Shrine and the Imperial Household (the Yamato Dynasty) were originally unrelated, a mythical description was created in order to tie them together.
  998. There is a theory that the 'Takayama Matsuri Festival' famous for those floats dragged around, which is thus also known as the 'Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine in Motion,' was started by Ohide around 1800 in order to make Shinto rituals more active.
  999. There is a theory that the Azai clan was a local ruling family and a descendent of a family, whose origin was gunji (a district manager) or in a similar social class in Omi Province, although the clan proclaimed that its honsei (original name) was of the Fujiwara clan.
  1000. There is a theory that the Fusumada no haka, where according to Engishiki (codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), Princess Tashiraka, the wife of Emperor Keitai, was buried, is not the Nishitonotsuka Tumulus but this tumulus.

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