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  1. As the Europeanization policy regarding the culture of Western countries as supreme was promoted, culture evaluated as 'detestable in light of the Caucasian's sense of values' was sometimes abandoned as old-fashioned culture.
  2. As the French newspaper Le Monde also published an article criticizing the plan, the dispute involved an entity outside the city.
  3. As the Fujiwara clan became prosperous, so did the shrine.
  4. As the Fujiwara four brothers died one after another within a short period of time, it is considered that they became infected when they visited each other.
  5. As the Fujufuse (Not Receive and Not Give (from and to people other than those belonging to the Nichiren Sect)) School, a fundamentalist faction of the Nichiren Sect, was banned in 1665, people affiliated with the faction became targets of shumon aratame, which aimed at converting heretics to other Buddhist sects.
  6. As the Go-Daigo insisted that power remain on his side (the Southern Court), this was the beginning of the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  7. As the Hakata product went on the market first, the dipping process product developed in Hakata became more popular than the reprocessed type developed in Shimonoseki.
  8. As the Hanshin Racecourse was damaged, eight race meetings (64 days) were held in the year.
  9. As the Head of Hitotsubashi Family
  10. As the Hidetsugu's family line of the Toyotomi family became extinct, many military commanders, including Wakae Hachinin-shu became ronin (masterless samurai).
  11. As the Hino family was "gaiseki," maternal relatives for generations of the Ashikaga family positioned to accede to the shogunate, it is assumed that the real mother of Gisho was of a woman of a certain rank because Gisho became an adopted child of the Hino family.
  12. As the Hitachi-Toki clan temporarily referred to itself as the Hara clan, it was also called 'the Tokihara clan'.
  13. As the Hojo clan valued the people's opinion, it was common for the clan to change a family head for domestic reasons such as to conduct a land survey or political reforms.
  14. As the Hokkeshu sect earnestly appealed to Fuden to enter the sect, because if the well-read Fuden was convinced to be a follower of the sect the sect would further prosper, he entered the sect in exchange for money in kind.
  15. As the Hokkeshu sect handed in the deed of apology that stated 'we lost the debate,' everyone, including women and children, knew the fact for generations.
  16. As the Honno-ji Temple was surrounded with moats walls and mud walls, this story is doubtful.
  17. As the Hosokawa clan was formally kanrei-ke, it had authority to control the administration.
  18. As the Ichijo army provoked the enemy by attacking villages east of the Shimanto-gawa River and the castle town of the Nakamura-jo Castle, Motochika CHOSOKABE arrived on the east bank of the Shimanto-gawa River with the army 7,300 strong after a mere three days.
  19. As the Imagawa clan constructed the town of Sunpu by copying Kyoto, there still remain same names of places and towns that are also seen in Kyoto.
  20. As the Imperial Army tracked down and disposed of the rebel army, FUJIWARA no Kurajimaro was appointed as a commander-in-chief of the punitive force against the rebels and led his soldiers to take part in the war as a reinforcement and defeated the rebel army (FUJUWARA no Nakamaro's War).
  21. As the Imperial Government Railway employed the vast number of employees that it had succeeded from the private railways, it ended up holding redundant workers because of position overlapping etc.
  22. As the Imperial House Act, there are one under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan (enacted [decided by the Emperor] on February 11, 1889) and one under the Constitution of Japan (January 16, 1947; Act No.3), with the former being referred to as the old Imperial House Act in differentiation from the latter.
  23. As the Imperial Palace, the venue of enthronement ceremony, was adjacent to Doshisha Imadegawa-kochi, the authority of university was on full alert during the period of enthronement ceremony.
  24. As the Ise region is a famous tea producing area, tea is often given as a koden-gaeshi.
  25. As the Ito cabinet and the Liberal Party disagreed over land tax cuts and government reform issues, three-cornered confrontation among the Ito cabinet, the Jiyuto, and the Ko Roppa formed within the politics.
  26. As the Japanese army approached Seoul, Sonjo, who was the emperor of Yi Dynasty Korea, transferred the capital and fled to Pyongyang.
  27. As the Japanese army marched close to Pyongyang, Sonjo fled to Uiju in Pyeongan Province located at the north end and on the border of Liaodong and asked Ming for help based on sakuho (homage by Chinese emperors).
  28. As the Japanese opening of the country to the world, and secession from the tributary system was a challenge to the Sinocentrist order that had assured East Asian international order for a long time, the Yi Dynasty Korea was critical of that decision.
  29. As the Japanese plum only has one flower per bud, it appears less flamboyant than the peach when it blooms.
  30. As the Japanese proverb "let your opponent slash your skin to cut off his flesh, and let him cut your bone to break his bone marrow" (you should be prepared to sacrifice your own body so that you can defeat your opponent) describes, the idea that the fencer himself or herself should win and survive is always behind the concept of aiuchi in swordsmanship schools.
  31. As the Japanese syllabary had not been established at the time the Manyoshu was written, it was written in a unique writing system called manyo-gana.
  32. As the Japanese-Korean Treaty of Amity was concluded based on the study of the treaties between Japan and the United States, it would be natural that Parkes felt the character of the Japanese-Korean Treaty of Amity was similar to that of the treaty between Japan and England.
  33. As the Jingikan was demoted to the Jingisho (Ministry of Divinities), the Koreiden was transferred to the Imperial Palace in September 1871, and it was then called 'Kobyo' (Imperial mausoleum) together with the Kashikodokoro (Kensho).
  34. As the Jodai, or castle caretaker, he was in charge of political affairs whenever Mitsunari was away.
  35. As the Jodo sect (Pure Land Buddhism) developed, more garan were built with a style seen in the Jodo-mandala, which has an Amida hall in the center and a large pond placed in front of the Amida hall.
  36. As the Jodo sect spread amongst the middle and lower class aristocracy, the Fujiwara clan who were the upper class aristocracy were affected and started to believe in the Jodo sect to take the glory of this life to the next life.
  37. As the Joei era started, on February 5, 1233, he resigned from Gon Chunagon.
  38. As the Kakitsu War occurred and his father, Yoshinori, was assassinated by the vassal Mitsusuke AKAMATSU in 1441, he succeeded to the shogunate at the age of nine supported by Mochiyuki HOSOKAWA and others and became the seventh Shogun.
  39. As the Kamakura bakufu became ever more powerful, the word 'gokenin' came to mean 'samurai.'
  40. As the Kamakura bakufu, which served the Imperial court militarily, came to be called buke (military families), former Kizoku were called Bunkan, who served the imperial court in administrative affairs, or in other words, Kuge.
  41. As the Kanasashi clan had a castle called Yamabuki-jo Castle, Chogoro KAIONJI surmised that Tomoe and Yamabuki were dispatched as aides-de-camp or secretaries by the Nakahara clan and Kanasashi clan, who were supporters of Yoshinaka, choosing capable daughters.
  42. As the Kanezane was surprised, it seemed that the application to place shugo and jito included the request of capacity and power that could change the influence of the Imperial Court towards the various districts dramatically.
  43. As the Kanji for the name of the country was changed, the Kanji for the name of the clan was also changed (大倭, 大養徳, 大和 and so on [all of them were called 'Yamato']).
  44. As the Kebiishi no betto, Tokitada also guarded the In no gosho and the city of Kyoto.
  45. As the Kojiki and the Nihonshoki, which are the main sources of the achievements and legends of Shotoku Taishi, were compiled about a century after his death, and by taking into account the circumstances behind their compilation, it is believed that the descriptions were somewhat dramatized.
  46. As the Kokujin-shu (powerful families in a province) under the control of Tsunehisa were not direct retainers of the Amago clan, their status was unstable.
  47. As the Kokumin Kyokai was bureaucratically inclined, it did not take sides with either the Liberal Party or the Shinpoto.
  48. As the Kyoto Shoshidai, he played the role of negotiator between the Imperial Court and the Shogunate, and was a Bugyo (commissioner) for the 1588 visit by Emperor Goyozei to the Shogun's Jurakudai palace,.
  49. As the Kyushu region in their rear had already been suppressed by Noriyori, the Taira family had no line of retreat.
  50. As the Lord of Sasayama Domain, Yasunobu conducted a four-year land survey so as to establish the goson-sei system (the self-governing system of coalitions of villages), and eradicated powerful local clans who had previously wielded power over the region, thereby succeeding in fortifying the domain duties.
  51. As the Mappo period nears, Miroku (Maitreya) Belief that Miroko Bosatsu (Buddha of the Future, Bodhisattva of the Present) would come down to the earth to save people 5.67 billion years after Shaka's death was widespread.
  52. As the Matsudaira clan at that time was small and weak, Hirotada decided that Takechiyo should be placed as a hostage in the custody of the Imagawa family, Hirotada's master family.
  53. As the Mediterranean trade collapsed during the eighth century, the self-sufficient system in villages came to be rapidly established.
  54. As the Meiji Period came to a close and the new Taisho Period began, the Japanese people came to have a strong desire for a more democratic government based on the constitutionalism and became critical of the Han-batsu Seiji.
  55. As the Meiji period began, under the influence of western culture, there appeared a modern style dictionary of Japanese-language in which the words were arranged in the order of the Japanese syllabary.
  56. As the Men alone cannot protect the back of the head and the part where it touches head hair is deteriorated with sweat and grease, a tenugui cotton towel (also called as menshita or men taoru) is also used in combination with the Men to compensate for the weakness.
  57. As the Minister for Education approved a practice under which faculty councils held essential authority over personnel issues of professors, academic freedom as well as university autonomy became solid.
  58. As the Mochiuji's party encountered troops of 忠政 NAGAO and Kagenaka NAGAO, main retainers of Norizane on their way, Mochiuji took an oath of allegiance to the bakufu and they entered Yoan-ji Temple of Kamakura altogether.
  59. As the Monchujo, which at first was responsible for lawsuits and judicial affairs in general, could no longer cope with the increasing number of lawsuits, much faster handling of the cases was called for.
  60. As the Mori clan joined the West squad, its territories were decreased to 369,000 koku of the Suo Province and Nagato Province.
  61. As the Muromachi bakufu was establishing authority in Kyoto, deputy collecting officials of the Imperial court took on the task of imposing independent taxes on doso for the bakufu that had a weak financial base.
  62. As the Muromachi period began and Eiraku-tsuho (bronze coins struck in the Ming dynasty) minted in China during the Ming Dynasty for trade with Japan were circulated in Japan, Shichusen minted in Konan (Jiangnan) China and Shichusen minted in Japan were gradually mingled together.
  63. As the Nairan (inspector of documents submitted to the Emperor) and Sadaijin to Emperor Ichijo, Michinaga was the most important person in the imperial government, wielding immense influence.
  64. As the New Year's Day is the base date in the traditional Japanese age system, care is should be taken when calculating someone's age with this method because the New Year's Day under the Gregorian calendar is different from that under the traditional Japanese calendar that had been used until the Gregorian calendar was introduced.
  65. As the Nijo school jige (lower class nobles) master of waka poetry, he established Baigetsudo school of waka.
  66. As the Nosenkata was a moneylender, the bakufu, when in financial difficulty, is considered to have borrowed money from it like the general public did.
  67. As the Nozoki onna appeared again on the night following, Seizaemon removed the byobu and stored it in a kura (storehouse), and the Nozoki onna never appeared again.
  68. As the Occupation Control Edict (Mibuntoseirei) TOYOTOMI Hideyoshi ordered in 1591 and the Expulsion Edict have some common policies, some suppose that the Expulsion Edict was issued to increase enforcement of the policy.
  69. As the Ochi-kanze family, which Sosetsu's older brother Suruga Juro Dayu became the head of, was founded by Ochi-kanze Dayu, the first of Zeami's legitimate grandchildren (Fujiwaka-kanze Dayu), it possessed a larger amount of precious documents that had been handed down from Zeami than the head of the Kanze family did.
  70. As the Odate clan were dependents of the Nitta Clan, Ujiaki ODATE was active as the chief vassal of Yoshisada NITTA.
  71. As the Onin War dragged the whole Kyoto into the war, Japanese Court culture became disordered, and they lost the technique of umonra (ra woven in a pattern), which was used for Court caps for the nobilities whose ranks were the Fifth Rank or higher.
  72. As the Oshu Kira clan followed Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, the high family status was recognized and promoted to ko-ke.
  73. As the Owari Domain was the head of gosanke (three privileged branches) and the Nagoya-jo Castle was the bakufu's defending facility against the west, Yoshikatsu was always seen with suspicion though he took the stance near to the Imperial Court.
  74. As the Owari no kuni (Owari Province) occupies an important place along the route connecting Kyoto and Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region), it can also be inferred that Yorimori was appointed as Owari no kami as a means of facilitating the apprehension of remnants of the Minamoto clan who might try to escape to Togoku.
  75. As the Pacific War loomed, the Japanese government and the military faced shortages of various mineral products and launched efforts to boost their domestic production.
  76. As the Prince Takechi passed away in 696, the Prince Osakabe became the oldest prince among the princes of the Emperor Tenmu, and became a representative figure in the Imperial Family.
  77. As the Progressive Party aimed to modernize the army, it was natural for the weapons and tools given out to the Byeolgigun to be of the new style.
  78. As the Retired Emperor Kogon and Emperor Suko were abducted by the Southern Court, the Northern Court backed Prince Iyahito who was Emperor Suko's younger brother and made him the Emperor Gokogon by order of Kogimonin who was mother of the Retired Emperor Kogon.
  79. As the Ritsuryo System (a system of centralized government based on the Ritsuryo Code) declined during the Heian period, the city gradually expanded beyond its original area to become centered around the Kamo-gawa River and the Kyoto Imperial Palace of the Daidairi (Greater Imperial Palace), and developed economically.
  80. As the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) was established, the program of the festival was also decided in detail.
  81. As the Roji system weakened, the group's hierarchy was permanently determined by family status.
  82. As the Ryoma's assassin was commented on based on this theory in Jikukeisatsu PART 4, many of the TV programs and novels adopt this theory, and therefore generally people tend to believe this theory.
  83. As the Satsuma army could not withstand the attack and retreated to Kawajiri, the brigades seized Matsubase.
  84. As the Shiba clan lost Echizen because of revolt by the Asakura clan, it took Owari as its base.
  85. As the Shiki Family that worked for Emperor Konin's accession to the imperial throne became an influential political player, his official rank increased.
  86. As the Shogun
  87. As the Shogunate's ban of Christianity during the Edo period became more strictly enforced, the practice of openly building churches disappeared and existing churches were demolished.
  88. As the Sonno Joi Movement (the movement advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) mounted in Kyoto, along with the various other people including Imperial Prince Asahiko Kuninomiya (later called Imperial Prince Asahiko), Nariyuki was regarded as a part of the kobu-gattai (integration of the Imperial Court and the Shogunate) (pro-shogunate) faction.
  89. As the Southern Court was legitimated in 1911, he became recognized as a legitimate emperor in history.
  90. As the Taira clan came into power, he achieved great success, and was called 'Kadowaki Saisho' (prime minister who resides at the gate of Rokuhara) or 'Kadowaki Chunagon' (vice-councilor of state who resides at the gate of Rokuhara).
  91. As the Taira clan rose to power, Motomori was also assigned as kokushi (local governor) of a few provinces, including Yamato, Awaji, and Echizen, eventually reaching the title of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), but he died young at the age of 24 in 1162.
  92. As the Takeda clan was ruined, Kai and Shinano were distributed to vassals of the Oda clan.
  93. As the Tang Ritsuryo did not exactly match the social conditions of Japan, alterations were made in a good number of places to match Japanese conditions.
  94. As the Tendai sect was propagated across Japan, Hiyoshijinja Shrine was branched and constructed across Japan based on the Sanno Shinko belief.
  95. As the Tendai sect was propagated across Japan, Sanno Gongen was branched and constructed across Japan mostly to be the guardian deity of the Tendai sect temples.
  96. As the Tokuso Family of the Hojo clan also supported the Zen sect that samurai class worshiped, the private monks from China came to Japan on board the trade ships.
  97. As the Toyotomi clan's defeat was likely, Nobushige made a last strategy.
  98. As the Udon noodles are shaped round, they are called 'tama,' literally meaning 'ball' (the term 'tama' is also used as a unit for measuring Udon noodles like 'hito-tama, futa-tama' [Udon noodles for one eater, Udon noodles for two eaters, in that order]).
  99. As the Wa army assumed that Buyeo Pung (Hosho FUYO) was still remaining at the Suru-jo Castle, they tried to rescue him and recklessly carried out a plan of breaking through enemy lines at the Battle of Hakusukinoe, but they were defeated by the Tang army.
  100. As the Yamato Dynasty expanded its territory, Ninokuni was divided during the Nara Period, causing Maizuru to be incorporated into Kasa-gun, Tango Province.
  101. As the Yasedoji had common rights on the estate of Enryaku-ji Temple, they enjoyed the privilege of selling firewood, charcoal or woodwork inside the capital.
  102. As the Yoshida family exerted influence over most shrines in Japan, the authority of the Shirakawa family declined.
  103. As the Zen sect gained popularity, fu began to be used in the Buddhist cuisine and kaiseki ryori (a simple meal served before a ceremonial tea), becoming a common food item on dining tables in Japan.
  104. As the ability that he had shown in Fushimijo fushin (construction of Fushimi-jo Castle) in 1594 as a Fushin bugyo (shogunate administrator) was recognized by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, he took over governmental affairs of the Ukita clan's territory from Ietoshi OKA.
  105. As the above anecdote shows, his attitude of refusing perfectness itself was the starting point of new tea drinking culture that led to 'Wabicha.'
  106. As the above effects are resulted from lowering oxygen partial pressure in the blood, persons with cardiovascular or respiratory diseases should be careful when bathing as bathing could worsen their condition due to excessive stimulation.
  107. As the above rendezvous is between two stars, tanabata is also called hoshiai (a date between stars).
  108. As the above shows, in "Kojiki," "Nihon Shoki" and "Manyoshu" the "ミ" ("mi") of ツクヨミ (Tsukuyomi)" follows the official kana orthography of this era, but "ヨ" ("yo") of ツクヨミ (Tsukuyomi)" comes with "甲" and "乙"-indicating that "ヨ" ("yo") was pronounced in two ways, and even that the sound was replaced with "ユ" ("yu").
  109. As the above was different from what he had said two hours before, many blog readers pointed out his ambiguous handling and unsettled report, and his blog was inundated with protests.
  110. As the above-mentioned two Gango-ji Temple separated from one temple, they are dealt with together in this section.
  111. As the academy developed its reputation, much more young people gathered, and it is known that it eventually expanded up to about 100 students.
  112. As the additive amount was limited by the revision of the Liquor Tax Act in 2006, the volume cannot be tripled at present.
  113. As the administrative director of Kokumin Kogyo Gakuin (an institute for industrial education), he not only made efforts in establishing and managing the institute but also dedicated himself to promote industrial ethics.
  114. As the administrators of the Imperial Household Ministry (currently, Imperial Household Agency) were nominating potential princesses for the sickly Imperial Prince Yoshihito (Later, the Emperor Taisho), the healthy appearance of the Empress Teimei became the most distinctly important advantage for choosing her.
  115. As the adopted child of Mitsutomo YUKI, Ujitomo became head of the Shirakawa Yuki clan.
  116. As the age of feminine culture of the nobility during the Heian period changed to the age of the masculine society of the samurai class in the medieval times, more atsu-yo of ganpishi came to be used, called torinoko paper as opposed to usu-yo.
  117. As the age of feminine culture of the nobility in the Heian period changed to the age of masculine society of the samurai class in the medieval times, more atsu-yo of ganpishi came to be used, called torinoko paper as opposed to usu-yo.
  118. As the ages of Sung corresponded to the Kamakura period in Japan when Zen sect was prosperous, Zen monks who went to Tenmokuzan (Zhejian Province) in Zhejian Province, which was the center of Chinese Zen sect, brought back the products to Japan together with the practice of drinking tea.
  119. As the allotted rice land was subject to taxation, rice tax was collected from the yield of the rice land.
  120. As the altar configuration for Kangiten, there is a candy called Kangi-dan or Kangi-gan.
  121. As the amount of production of silver increased, and the commodity market in Saigoku (the Western Province) was becoming more and more active during the Sengoku period, silver and rice, instead of coins, became a common basis for value.
  122. As the ancestor of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, who established the Kamakura bakufu (military government) and Takauji ASHIKAGA who founded the Muromachi bakufu, he was often portrayed as a hero by later generations and there are many anecdotes about him.
  123. As the anecdote of his last will indicates, he seemed to have been a person of humorous personality and he is depicted as a person with a mischievous and innocent personality in "Uji Shui Monogatari" (a collection of the Tales from Uji).
  124. As the anniversary of Xuanzang's death falls on February 5, Hatsu Genjo Sanzo-e is held on January 5 regarding the day as the first monthly anniversary of the death of the year.
  125. As the announcements on official gazettes concerning the designation of important cultural properties clearly indicate these two kinds, it is possible to know precisely which properties used to be important art objects.
  126. As the anti-Christianity movement spread, groups from various areas merged together, becoming the Giwa Martial Art.
  127. As the art of tea ceremony became increasingly popularized, they could successfully disseminate Senke's tea ceremony by instituting new methods for practicing it, called shichijishiki (seven types of methods to practice the tea ceremony.)
  128. As the article in 769 of "Shoku Nihongi"(Chronicle of Japan Continued) states that an official of Dazai-fu reported 'this city is lively with people and blooming as a trading center. It is the most prosperous place in Japan' to the capital, in the northern Kyushu, the economy using currency was already active.
  129. As the author of the original "Vengeance for Sale," he used the pen name Osaku IKUTA, which derived from the name of the ward (Ikuta Ward) in Kawasaki City, where he was living.
  130. As the authority of the Imperial Court was not backed by coercive power during medieval times, the authority of boji was not absolute.
  131. As the authority of the temples and shrines became secular, people often wanted to be internally saved, feeling the mood of Mappo.
  132. As the authority was gathered to TOJO, he was backbitten as 'TOJO Bakufu.'
  133. As the background of the sense of strong self-reliance, we can cite that Totsukawa has a strong characteristics in its culture and language due to the unique geographic and historical environment.
  134. As the background, any Buddhist knows that "all living things have Buddha-nature."
  135. As the background, there was diplomatic offensive by Japan in the Meiji period.
  136. As the bakufu actively intervened into the governing affairs of the Imperial Court, which became administered by mutual consent amongst the Sekkan family (line of regents and advisers), the giso (position conveying what the congress decides to the emperor), and the buketenso.
  137. As the bakufu prohibited Kanei Tsuho from being exported in 1659, zeniza in Nakajima, Nagasaki City minted copper coins imitating Chinese coins only for the purpose of international trade, and those coins were called Nagasaki Boeki-sen.
  138. As the bakufu was short of manpower at the Battle of Toba and Fushimi, he was appointed as a commander, and even after the fall of Edo Castle, he fought the army of the new government at Ichikawa, Funabashi and the like, eventually being injured and withdrawing from the battlefront.
  139. As the basis of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's political power was the Kanto warrior bands, it was of utmost importance for Yoritomo to gain the Kanto samurai's support.
  140. As the battle in which the Tokugawa army surrounded Kakegawa prolonged, Shingen violated the agreement and increased oppression on Totomi, and Ieyasu sought to make peace with Ujizane.
  141. As the battle progressed, many more troops were killed, and Noriyori's army could not sustain the fight.
  142. As the battle went against Kagetora's force, Domanmaru's non-blood great-grandfather Norimasa UESUGI took Domanmaru to Kagekatsu's camp for peace negotiation, only to be murdered by the enemy warriors along with Norimasa.
  143. As the battle with rebels in Omi Province had intensified, it is inferred that Tokitada judged that it was dangerous to return to Kyoto unless certain measures were taken and security was ensured.
  144. As the beads made from lapis lazuli, red coral, pearl or malachite are vulnerable to sweat, these must be kept in a paulownia box after wiping off sweat.
  145. As the believers of the Jodo Shishu sect do not pray for the dead, nenki hoyo is a chance to touch the teachings of Buddhism.
  146. As the binding agent for Juwari soba, either hot water is added to buckwheat flour to accelerate starch gelatinization or buckwheat flour which has been gelatinized separately is sometimes used.
  147. As the body part of hanjuban is made of sarashi (bleached cotton), it is easy to wash.
  148. As the book contains many absurd stories, his stories cannot be thought to be historically true either, however, the stories do not seem to have been completely made up by the author; it is thought that they were based on rumors spread in those days.
  149. As the book says, 'a king of wa (Japan) whose family name was Ame and his adult nickname was Tarishihoko and he called himself as a king', his last name was Ame, his azana (nickname) was Tarashihiko, and his go (pseudonym) was Okimi.
  150. As the books says, he regarded the heaven as his elder brother and the sun as his younger brother.
  151. As the books says, since Mt. Aso sometimes emitted fire toward the heaven without any reason, exercises of devotion was held by people.
  152. As the books used for divination at this time, "Tenmon yoroku" (astrological digest), "Shinsen Onmyo sho" (New edition of the book of Onmyo), "Teiran", "Tenmon roku" (astronomical records), "Tenchi zuisho shi," "Shishosukuyokyo," "Senji ryakketsu," and "Rekirin" were known.
  153. As the bow length becomes longer, the elastic module becomes higher based upon the cross-section and the same pulling power and the elastic limit becomes lower and the weight becomes lighter, but the flying distance increases.
  154. As the brightness of the Milky Way is faint, it is difficult to see it when it's disturbed by moonlight or light pollution.
  155. As the broad tree leaf-like shape of the larvae is transparent and their bodies have swimming legs, their body shape is completely dissimilar from their parents.
  156. As the broth cools down, scoop it up and pour it back repeatedly so that its colors will emerge through contact with the air and the oxidization of its ingredients.
  157. As the buds move to the tips of the branches year on year, fruit-yielding branches generally die after a number of years.
  158. As the business of Shibuya Spinning Plant equipped with spinning machinery originally rent from government had financial difficulty in 1884, Jutaro bought it from Shozaburo SHIBUYA and made it Dojima Spinning Plant.
  159. As the caliphate expanded, regional trade flourished in addition to the traditional intermediate trade between Europe and Asia.
  160. As the capital (Kuni-kyo) was located around this area for a period of time in the Nara period, the area has many historical sites and cultural assets.
  161. As the case of non-payment of nengu by jito, who were obliged to pay to the lord of shoen, often occurred even under Jito-uke system, Shitaji chubun was widely used as a way by which the lord of shoen could secure a certain amount of nengu.
  162. As the castle was occupied again later in a family feud, he began the construction of a new castle in Takaoka, located between the Iwaki-gawa and Tsuchibuchi-gawa rivers in 1603 (Takaoka later became Hirosaki City, and the castle is called Hirosaki-jo).
  163. As the castle without a moat was limited to hadakajiro (castle without guards), the Osaka side protested but, in turn, it was required to purge all ronin and to change territory.
  164. As the castles of the Southern Court in Kagoshima were falling one after another, Tadakuni tried to regain the power and recaptured castles in Kagoshima along with Kaneshige KIMOTSUKI when Sadahisa left from Kagoshima.
  165. As the catch phrase was related to the telephone number, it had been used also in an advertisement on the back cover of a telephone directory since 1933.
  166. As the catchphrase 'drink, crush, and throw away' represented, people did not appreciate sake.
  167. As the center of Hieizan Enryaku-ji Temple, it was called Konpon Chudo (lit. root temple in the center) and it is the central building of the Todo (east pagoda) area of Mt. Hiei.
  168. As the center of the Rokujo estate, the spring quarter is the setting for many opulent events and ceremonies, such as the Toka no sechie ceremony (in the 'Hatsune' (First Warbler) chapter) and the Emperor's visit to the Rokujo estate (in the 'Fuji no Uraba' (Wisteria Leaves) chapter).
  169. As the center of the urban network system (1995-):
  170. As the center track lies between two platforms, diesel trains coming from Kameyama use this center track in principle so that passengers can transfer to electric cars going to Osaka on the same platform, and vice versa.
  171. As the ceremony marking the start of pulling the timber into the sanctuary, special 'Shinryomin' (people who live on the land once owned by the Jingu before the Meiji period) transport the important wood (called 'Yakugi') such as for the rafters of the main shrines of both the Naiku and Geku.
  172. As the chances of using charcoal fires decreased, Hibashi chopsticks gradually disappeared from daily life except for occasions like Japanese tea ceremony.
  173. As the character "毛" literally means the hairs of an animal and is used in the word for 'brush,' a coat (animal) (in rare cases, chemical fibers) is usually used.; and the letters for fude are called Mohitsu (literally, a brush made of coat).
  174. As the children of Hanshiro, the third family head, were very young, she succeeded the family business at the behest of the eighth grand master of Omote Senke, Sottakusai.
  175. As the chirping sound of okurisuzume is compared with that of a real bird aoji (black-faced bunting), okurisuzume is also called aoji.
  176. As the choice of an exterior color, maroon is traditionally adopted (being known as Hankyu Maroon).
  177. As the church that had been previously built in Kyoto by the Society of Jesus had become dilapidated, it was agreed at a missionary conference in 1575 that the church would be rebuilt.
  178. As the circulation progressed, however, they found some inconvenience in Meiji Tsuho.
  179. As the clan was in rivalry with the Ouchi clan, it sided with the eastern forces in the Onin War and continued to confront the Ouchi clan, until the Sengoku period, in alliance with the Amako clan.
  180. As the classes that were actually involved in systems in the Edo period, samurai were ranked at the top with 'peasants' and 'townsmen' just below.
  181. As the clay figures are designed quite differently from real human beings, it is apparent that the figures were not made to represent real Jomon people; therefore, it is doubtful that they represent the real form of clothing from those days.
  182. As the climate was mild, people ate fresh vegetables both in summer and winter.
  183. As the cloister government started in the late Heian period, the post of Inshi in In no cho, a retired emperor's political organ, became an important post.
  184. As the closest relative to Iesada TOKUGAWA, the 13th shogun who did not have an heir, Iemochi became the 14th shogun at the age of thirteen, supported by Naosuke II, Fudai Hitto and others in the Nanki group (the group that supported Yoshitomi from the Kishu-Tokugawa family).
  185. As the cloth at the end of the roll is rectangular, it can be used for another purpose.
  186. As the code was not codified nor promulgated, Emperor Tenmu, who provoked the Jinshin war/ disturbance, was not obliged to follow Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten, but Empress Jito, a daughter of Emperor Tenji, and other descendents of the female line took the lead in persuading him and made him follow.
  187. As the collection steadily expanded and the number of library users increased during the 1970s, it became readily apparent that more space would be required.
  188. As the commercial economy developed during the Kamakura period, the circulation of money increased, and in some cases, the nengu was paid by coins.
  189. As the common practice of the function, a person who played a role of shofuku in a function would act as hakase or toko in the following function.
  190. As the company name indicates, it's main business is in manufacturing wires, and the plant in Fukuchiyama produces all products shipped by this company, together with its plant located in Ayabe City.
  191. As the company was always in financial difficulties until its dissolution because of chronic small traffic volume, it couldn't afford to conduct the maintenance work properly and as a result, the track was devastated.
  192. As the compilation progressed, the system of thought came to be developed, which resulted in the formation of a school of learning called Mitogaku, and all the feudal retainers of Mito Domain were affected by the sonnoron (the thought respecting the Emperors) of the Mitogaku.
  193. As the component for this fragrance is less volatile than that for uwadachika, the fragrance cannot be sensed until sake is put into the mouth.
  194. As the composer himself praised very highly, 'Cho-Cho-San' was the role for which she gained a reputation, and she was regarded highly for her orthodox and exemplary performance.
  195. As the concentrated alcohol added sake is too high, it is often diluted with water (warimizu).
  196. As the concept of development, from the following points of view, they seek local adaptability or, in other words, suitability for the local climate and soil.
  197. As the concept of kegare subsequently went into decline, friends, family and acquaintances of the deceased came to take meals together.
  198. As the conclusion to the issue of territory redistribution, Nobukatsu ODA inherited Owari Province as the second son, and Nobutaka inherited Mino Province as the third son, while HideKatsu HASHIBA, the fourth son of Nobunaga as well as the adopted son of Hideyoshi, inherited Tanba Province, which had been the territory of Mitsuhide AKECHI.
  199. As the conflict between Yoshiaki and Nobunaga began to surface, he worked hard to intercede with both of them, but in March 1573, after his admonitions to Yoshiaki against taking arms fell on deaf ears, he welcomed the entry of Nobunaga's army into Kyoto and signaled his allegiance to him.
  200. As the confrontation between political parties intensified, non-ruling parties often worked together with those influential powers and attacked the ruling party.
  201. As the confrontation state extended further, senior vassals of the Takeda clan, fearing demoralization of its forces, insisted that they should start a decisive battle with Uesugi's forces.
  202. As the connection between the bakufu and Gozan strengthened, the post of soroku came to be monopolized by Gozan monks who controlled all temples under control of the Gozan as the highest institution of the Rinzai Sect.
  203. As the construction of Yanagimoto Airport was making progress, the training group left Miho Airport and was transferred to Yanagimoto.
  204. As the construction of the temples was already complete at this time, Emperor Gosaga was named as chuko-no-so (restoration founder).
  205. As the construction work for speed improvement has been completed in the Tottori -Masuda section, new-model cars are being used by these limited express trains.
  206. As the construction work for speed improvement has been completed in this section, the rapid service "Tottori Liner" runs for the purpose of connecting cities in Tottori Prefecture as well as complementing the transportation capacity of limited express trains.
  207. As the construction work for speed improvement has recently been completed, the rapid service "Aqua Liner (train)" runs for the purpose of connecting cities in Shimane Prefecture along with the limited express trains.
  208. As the container was divided into sections in a cross pattern, he thought the flavors and aromas of the foods would not melt into each other.
  209. As the control of individual persons in the ritsuryo-code-based system became weak, the hierarchical level of local societies advanced.
  210. As the conventional Japanese dishes got a higher reputation again, today's sake of the thick taste line has recovered its share to some extent.
  211. As the craftsmen of paper processing in Kyoto introduced various devices and methods for mass-production, it spread as 'karakami' for 'fusuma.'
  212. As the crest looks like a Chinese bellflower, it is called the Seimei bellflower crest.
  213. As the cross section of a bundle of bangs at the above-mentioned part of the head is almost circular, there is no place to insert the comb except at this part and no teeth are needed other than those situated in the middle section of comb.
  214. As the cultivated land was allotted for each peasants, taxes were imposed for each individual.
  215. As the culture of the continent including Zen Buddhism was introduced by the trade with foreign nations, the warrior class, even after being influenced by it, blended the strength and simplicity of its own culture with the traditional beauty of court noble's, and created a new culture of the warrior class.
  216. As the currency unit of gold coins, ryo was established by Koshu-kin (the gold coin minted in Koshu Province), which Shingen TAKEDA ordered to coin, and handed down to the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun); 1 ryo was equalized with 4 bu, or 16 shu (bu and shu were former Japanese currency unit).
  217. As the curtain falls, Heiemon carries Kudayu over his shoulder, and Yuranosuke, with Okaru beside him, spreads a Japanese fan gently and caringly, and strike a swaggering pose.
  218. As the curtain is drawn from right to left, it pushes Bannai to the left too, ending up with him dropping into the audience seats, which is a very rare staging.
  219. As the dangling sleeve becomes longer, the total surface area of the cloth increases, and thus it is all the more spectacular to see.
  220. As the defense industry expanded due to the mounting war, Maizuru became a logistic support city, and the city saw an increase in its population as well.
  221. As the deity of grain, Abiko-jinja Shrine (Hatasho Town, Echi County, Shiga Prefecture) is one of the few shrines to enshrine Amenowakahiko.
  222. As the design technique has not been handed down, it is said that producing the same kind of floor is now almost impossible.
  223. As the designated vendor for the Imperial Court, he dealt with plenty of materials and goods including those for the construction work of the Kyoto Imperial Palace, the wedding of Princess Kazunomiya with the Tokugawa shogun and for the visit of Iemochi TOKUGAWA to the Imperial Palace.
  224. As the dialects of the Togoku region of the period are frequently used in most of the poems the 'Azumauta' has an important position as a specific record of these ancient dialects, even though the year the poems were composed, the profile of the composers, and how they were recorded remain unknown.
  225. As the dietary habits exhorted in the guideline completely agreed with those of the Japanese descents, Japanese foods came to attract considerable attention.
  226. As the difference in the value of the copper coins became a problem, the sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) in the Sengoku period often issued ordinances called Erizenirei, which banned differentiating the good coins and bad coins.
  227. As the different surnames with the same sound, there are 渡邊, 渡邉, 渡部 (Watanobe or Watabu), 亘鍋, 綿鍋, 綿奈部, 綿辺, 渡那部, 渡邁, 渡鍋(Watashinabe) and 綿部.
  228. As the director, he worked for developing Hokkaido, and conceived a plan to make Asahikawa City a "Hokkyo" (northern state capital) following Tokyo and Kyoto.
  229. As the distance from the screen to the stand is shorter than that of the Tokyo Racecourse, JRA is advertizing as "world's most exciting."
  230. As the distance to the right field and left field was 100 meters and considered to be wide in those days and thus later the lucky zone was installed for the distance of 92 meters.
  231. As the division of duties was established between the Sugawara clan and the Oe clan, the so to belong was fixed for each clan.
  232. As the dolls were called different names in different regions around Japan, in 1933 Tokubei YAMADA (Yoshitoku X) originated the general term 'Yamato Ningyo'.
  233. As the domain with roju, troops were dispatched from the Yodo-jo Castle to the Battle of Toba-Fushimi and several persons were recorded as being killed in action, but the domain gave obedience to the Imperial Court due to the conclusion of a secret agreement between the chief executives of the domain and the Imperial Court in Kyoto.
  234. As the drinking of hot spring water showed clear medical effects, it was soon associated with medical science.
  235. As the drying process must be finished within a short period of time, part-time workers to engage in the drying process are often recruited.
  236. As the earthquake occurred at a time when many people were cooking dinner, fires spread in the area.
  237. As the economy grew rapidly, the lake's water quality degraded and it became increasingly eutrophic.
  238. As the eldest brother, Fusamaru, died young, Tadakuni became an heir of the Karatsu Domain in 1805 and had an audience with the 11th Seii Taishogun (commander-in-chief of the expeditionary force against the barbarians), Ienari TOKUGAWA, and his heir, Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA in 1807.
  239. As the eldest son Mitsuyasu had died in the battle, the second son Mitsumasa KITABATAKE succeeded.
  240. As the eldest son of Mitsunaka, he was the third head of the Seiwa-Genji.
  241. As the elevation decreases, there increase the plantations of Japanese cedar and hinoki, and the secondary forest of Japanese red pine, ryobu (clethra barbinervis), konara (quercus serrata) and so on which grow after trees of plantations are cut, that is, the landscapes 'created by human beings' are seen.
  242. As the embankment works to prevent flooding of the Yamato-gawa River from heavy rain could not be met by the official budget, he vigorously pushed through the plan by paying for it out of his and his senior officer's yearly salary.
  243. As the empress dowager was mother of the Emperor, she held the position during the duration of his reign.
  244. As the empress, Busho is called Busokuten.
  245. As the end of the Land-Tax Reform was declared, remaining works were taken over by Sozei-Kyoku (Land-Tax Bureau) (former Sozei-Ryo; Land-Tax Bureau).
  246. As the end of the year approaches, many inexpensive 'mook' (publications) products, combining varieties of illustrations and dedicated software are displayed in book stores.
  247. As the enshrined deity is known as the patron of scholarship, the shrine is also popular with students preparing for examinations.
  248. As the entire sword industry was straitened, their sword work was extremely refined.
  249. As the equal assessment system was targeted at married couples, the unit of tax assessment was changed from households to married couples.
  250. As the era of warfare came to a close, the majority of temporarily employed ashigaru were released and became buke hokonin (servant for a samurai family) or ronin (masterless samurai), while the remaining ashigaru served as low ranking members of samurai society.
  251. As the escape of Kakukei from Kofuku-ji Temple to Echizen became known, the three men blamed Governor Hisahide's for his oversight, while Hisahide, agitating Yoshitsugu, incumbent head of the Miyoshi clan, who had come to oppose the three men, on his part planned to subjugate the three men.
  252. As the event would spread sparks from the torches, it was held on a riverbank as a precaution against fire; this also acted as a landmark to guide souls to this world by lighting up the surface of the river for those who were coming back from the dark higan, or the other world, across Sanzu-no-kawa (Sanzu River).
  253. As the evidences of Masamune and his fellows visiting Korean Peninsula, "Garyubai" (a plum tree shaped in a form resembling a lying dragon) that Masamune brought back from Korea can be found at the Wakabayashi-jo Castle and the Zuigan-ji Temple rebuilt by Masamune.
  254. As the example above, shortly after the war, the ruling class claimed that Charter Oath of Five Articles was the principle of democracy.
  255. As the example of the former, there is the Rensho Hosho which was used when roju conveyed the shogun's order to daimyo (Japanese feudal lords) and ongoku-bugyo (the commissioners placed at the demesnes of the Tokugawa shogunate).
  256. As the example of the latter, there is the Hosho which was used for the confirmation of receiving the gifts to the shogun family.
  257. As the examples of the emperors who governed the nation without holding an enthronement ceremony, there are Emperor Tenchi and Empress Jito.
  258. As the exceptional case, a moor hot spring, with water that was heated by the reaction of heat generated when ancient sedimentary plants turned into brown coal, exists at Tokachigawa-Onsen Hot Spring in Hokkaido.
  259. As the execution of Sadachika did not seem to have bad influence on Yorisada TOKI, the brother of Sadachika, Yorisada's family line became the main branch of the Toki family.
  260. As the exhibition facilities, there are Original Museum Building, Annex attached to the Original Museum Building, East Wing, West Wing and Lower Level Passageway.
  261. As the exhibition hall of karamono
  262. As the expression of 'it is the end of the world' is said to have been derived from Mappo shiso, sometimes this is understood as equivalent to eschatology but such understanding is wrong (to be mentioned below).
  263. As the external policies, they dispatched a Kenshiragi-shi (Japanese envoy to Shilla) and conducted expeditions to Tohoku region.
  264. As the fact that the bereaved child of Ujinori, who was believed to have been searched out and killed by the bakufu, but who had actually been protected by the bakufu.
  265. As the fall of Hitoyoshi was close at hand, he invited Saigo, guarded by Ikegami, and set up the headquarters there.
  266. As the family had internal squabbles over headship rights after his elder brother Tadatsune FUJII-MATSUDAIRA died at the early age, the adopted child from the branch family, Tadasato FUJII-MATSUDAIRA, succeeded to his father Tadamasa.
  267. As the family head frequently stayed in Kyoto, he could not help but entrusting Shugodai (Deputy military governor) with the ruling matters.
  268. As the family head of the Hojo clan (Osaragi line), he successively held important positions of bakufu together with his younger brothers and children.
  269. As the family line extinguished later, this name was inherited by a line of Narikomaya Kawamura family according to the will of the sixth Utaemon (refer to the article of Baigyoku NAKAMURA [the fourth]).
  270. As the family register was an essential element for implementing various elements of the Ritsuryo system, the widely-accepted view is that the rice field allotment system was started after Emperor Tenji's reign and not at the time of the Taika Reform.
  271. As the family settled in the western ("nishi" in Japanese) end of Imai Town, it followed the advice of Tadaakira MATSUDAIRA, the lord of Koriyama Castle and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's grandson, and used "Imanishi" as a family name.
  272. As the family tree of the Toki clan has many unclear parts, it needs more investigation.
  273. As the farmers took the system in wartime, having younger people of their tenant farmers armed, hei (samurai) and no (farmers) were inseparable or close to a synonym.
  274. As the farming class improved its economic status and became more homogenized, peasants learned to act together led by myoshu farmers.
  275. As the father of Prince Shotoku, he appeared in various stories of the posterity, and Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU in the Edo period, for instance, published a Joruri work 'Yomei Tenno Shokunin Kagami' (The Mirror of Craftsmen of the Emperor Yomei).
  276. As the father of chugu, TAIRA no Kiyomori angered that the Emperor was fascinated with Kogo, neglecting chugu, Taira's daughter, and finally ousted Kogo from the court.
  277. As the favorite (konomi) ingredients were put in, they were called konomiyaki, but they thought the name was not appropriate and added "o" to the name and the name okonomiyaki seems to have appeared.
  278. As the features were explained in 'Juichimen Shinjushin-kyo Sutra' translated by Genjo, it is a Bosatsu having 11 faces on the head except for a face on the main body.
  279. As the female kimono is adjusted by Ohashori, i.e., by tucking Migoro at the waist, Mitake is longer than Kitake, generally the same length as the wearer's height.
  280. As the festival is held in the rainy season, people often are soaked by sudden rain showers.
  281. As the feudal system under the shogunate (bakuhan taisei system) had been completely established in the Edo period, the size of daikansho was rather small considering the size of the area which the daikan administrated.
  282. As the first Indenso, Tsunefusa YOSHIDA and TAKASHINA no Yasutsune during the reign of the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa were confirmed.
  283. As the first Samurai government, the Taira clan administration came to the forefront, but soon collapsed due to simultaneous nation-wide civil wars, brought upon their attempt to single handledly shoulder the social contradictions of the times by themselves.
  284. As the first book of the series called 'Shincho Hyakushu,' Koyo's "Ninin bikuni irozange" (Amorous Confessions of Two Nuns) was published.
  285. As the first elementary schools established in Japan under the school district system were 64 District Elementary Schools in Kyoto which were founded in 1869, prior to the establishment of the national school system (in 1872).
  286. As the first phase can be guessed to be around 239 or 240, based on about more than ten years per phase, the second phase is considered to be around 250, the third to be around 260 and the same for later phases.
  287. As the first son of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo, he protected Kamakura, and killed his uncle MINAMOTO no Yoshikata; this proved him as a brave busho and gave rise to his nickname Akugenta.
  288. As the flavor of wasabi, especially the pungency, is volatile, such flavor could evaporate if grated wasabi is left as it is for a long time.
  289. As the folding called 'Hondatami' has been widespread, it is frequently introduced in textbooks of Wafuku dressing or the like.
  290. As the following example shows, in principle, town's name of 'Aza B, Oaza A, Keihoku Town' was changed to 'B, Keihoku-A-cho, Ukyo Ward.'
  291. As the forefather of the Saionji family, he sometimes appears as Michisue SAIONJI.
  292. As the forefront of tax collection is local administrative offices, the arguments concerning the Dynastic polity tend to focus on those concerning local administration.
  293. As the former domain lord, Naonori ANDO died, he was adopted to take over the position of family head.
  294. As the former nickname suggests, it connects many major tourist spots.
  295. As the founder of the Edo bakufu, Ieyasu was sometimes called Tosho-shinkun or Gongen-sama, and was worshiped throughout the Edo period.
  296. As the founder of the Shingon sect
  297. As the founder of ukiyo-e, he is often called 'the Father of Ukiyo-e.'
  298. As the founding generation of the bakufu passed away, with Yoshitoki HOJO dying in 1224, and Masako HOJO and Hiromoto OE both passing away in 1225, Yoshitoki's son, Yasutoki HOJO became Shikken.
  299. As the founding head priest, HOSOKAWA received Gensho GITEN, the 5th head priest of Myoshinji.
  300. As the fourth Kamakura kubo, Mochiuji ASHIKAGA was defeated and killed in this war, and the top of the Kamakurafu became vacant for a while.
  301. As the fourth lord of the domain, Masahusa KOBORI, also allocated 500 koku and 300 koku respectively to his two younger brothers, the Kobori clan became the feudal lord of 10,630 koku.
  302. As the fourth son of OE no Hiromoto, Suemitsu succeeded Morinosho in Sagami Province from his father, then he came to proclaim as the Mori clan.
  303. As the freight feeder line on the Hirano side continued as the Katamachi Line, Shogakuji signal station (the third) was newly established at the bifurcation point from Osaka Higashi Line and the line between Shogakuji signal station and Hirano was treated as a branch line belonging to Katamachi Line.
  304. As the functions of the Imperial Court were gradually moved to Dairi (the emperor's private residence), entertainment and banquets came to be held in the Shishinden (the main hall of Dairi), diminishing the importance of the Burakuden hall.
  305. As the funori itself has not great adhesion, it is mixed with a glue for actual use.
  306. As the genealogies in those days which described the real family trees, there are two types to indicate relations between people; the one which connected people with a line, and the one which did not use a line.
  307. As the general public uses public restrooms, various problems sometimes happen.
  308. As the goal of Tenguto gradually came to be the conflicts within the Mito Domain, the royalists from other domains began to left and resulted in 500 people in total leaving Tenguto.
  309. As the god Inari is the rice god, it became associated with Ukanomitama no Mikoto, the food god, who later merged with other food gods.
  310. As the god of agriculture, Inari is believed to grant abundant harvests, prosperous business and traffic safety.
  311. As the gojiso (personal monk) of the Taira clan, he participated in the Taira clan government and the administration of Enryaku-ji Temple but stayed behind at Enryaku-ji Temple when the Taira clan left the capital.
  312. As the government army moved from Mifune to Kumamoto, the troops led by Sakamoto advanced to Mifune in the area that constituted the left-most flank of the Satsuma army.
  313. As the government at this time stayed this course, any leaders could not avoid Shizoku no hanran (revolt by family or person with samurai ancestors) and peasant uprisings consequently.
  314. As the grand sumo tournament has a historical background of having been developed from kanjin zumo (fund-raising sumo held in aid of a temple or a shrine), it used to be performed irregularly in the precincts of temples and shrines, and lacked its own stadium for a long period.
  315. As the grant of honors, he was allowed to access to the imperial court and appointed to Jugoige Taifunojo (Major lieutenant with Junior Fifth Rank).
  316. As the ground for this view, characters of "Kunimatsu" are engraved on the mortuary tablet of Nobutsugu KINOSHITA, although we cannot tell how far we can rely on it.
  317. As the growing consumption of sake in New York and Paris, and so on, shows, the above is confirmed in overseas countries, but does not result in the restoration of sake consumption in Japan as of 2010.
  318. As the guardian gods for kemari, these three monkeys are at present enshrined in Hirano-jinja Shrine of Otsu and Shiramine-jingu Shrines of Kyoto.
  319. As the guardian of Sanboshi (Hidenobu), Nobutaka became the lord of Gifu-jo Castle and was given Mino Province, which was the territory of his elder brother Nobutada ODA.
  320. As the guardian of TAIRA no Koremori, he joined the punitive force against Yoritomo.
  321. As the gun used by this school has unique specifications, special orders were placed with Kunitomo Tanba and the gun smiths who learned the techniques.
  322. As the head family of the Takeda clan was already extinguished, many of its ancestral documents were scattered and lost and only their manuscripts or eiinbon (a reproduction of a manuscript) are in existence.
  323. As the head of Kano school, Eitoku served Nobunaga ODA and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, who took control of the country, and he created wall paintings for places such as Azuchi-jo Castle, Jurakudai residence and Osaka-jo Castle.
  324. As the head of chief vassals in Omihachiman
  325. As the head of the Hosokawa kanrei family, one held the title of deputy of ukeicho, and a position called Ukeicho-dai (deputy provisional master of right) even existed, but there is room for examination on whether or not the position should be included as a Kanrei-dai.
  326. As the head of the editorial office of the Ministry of Education, he was committed to editing school textbooks and establishing the educational system.
  327. As the head priest of Sanbo-in of Daigo-ji Temple, he also controlled exhibition of the treasures of Sanbo-in; he also established Muryoju-in Temple in Kyoto and presented replicas of the treasures for that purpose.
  328. As the headquarters of the esoteric Tendai sect, Mount Hiei had the most authority for curses and may have posed the greatest psychological threat to the Imperial Court.
  329. As the heir and son of Mitsuyasu, a trusted vassal of Toba-in, Mitsumune was allowed to enter the Imperial court and successfully rose in rank.
  330. As the heir of Koizumi Domain Sadatsune KATAGIRI died at a young age in 1709, Sadaoki was adopted by the lord of the domain Sadafusa on July 19.
  331. As the heir of a Hani (doctor working at a public clinic), he had learned the Analects of Confucius, The Book of Mencius, Dutch and so on from childhood, and repeatedly read shishogokyo (the Four Books and Five Classics of Confucianism, the Nine Chinese Classics) at Yoro College, a hanko (domain school).
  332. As the highway crosses over Tatsuta (near Tatsuta-taisha shrine of Sango-cho), it has come to be called 'Tatsuta-goe' (竜田越: 越える or koeru means to cross over something).
  333. As the hitatare became formal and corrected in a dignified manner, the sleeve became bigger and hakama (pleated and divided skirt made in fine strips) reached down to the height of the ankle.
  334. As the hoko floats cannot turn due to the structure of the wheels, they make their 90-degree turns on the green bamboo spread on the road, water being poured on the bamboo.
  335. As the honden is regarded as the sacred place where a spirit of kami or deity dwells, it is often enclosed by wooden fences, or protected by the oiya structure built over it, keeping the honden from being seen by public during ordinary times.
  336. As the image of Daikoku inclines a little, it is distinguished from shotoku chogin with the image facing the front.
  337. As the imperial court administration and the bakufu declined, the edict of tokusei decreased, and the Jisha Kogyo became in name only except that influential samurai families became patrons of specific temples or shrines which they were closely tied with.
  338. As the imperial decree was issued in November 1183 (October 1183 under the old lunar calendar), the Kamakura government led by Yoritomo, which was originally a rebel, became a power that was officially certified by the Imperial Court.
  339. As the imperial palace and residences of nobles were gradually prepared and improved, the transfer of the capital seemed to have started along the right lines, but, in August, rebellions occurred frequently in various places in the country.
  340. As the import of Chinese books and Chinese copybooks printed from the works of old masters of calligraphy was extremely restricted because of national isolation policy from 1633, calligraphic works by these priests in the Obaku school were accepted mostly by Confucian scholars, men of literature, and priests.
  341. As the increasing number of guests recently prefer the kakenagashi-type, some hot springs are using the catchphrase saying "100 % fresh hot spring water" in their advertising.
  342. As the industries on the island boomed, transport of lumber and coal became a pressing need and therefore railroad lines were laid as below.
  343. As the industry greatly contributes to the finance of Kumiyama-cho, and supports its balanced budget, Kumiyama-cho does not need to receive any local allocation tax.
  344. As the influence of "Bankoku Koho" worked very slowly in China, it did not occur so that new vocabulary used in it became popular in China and then they were disseminated to Japan.
  345. As the influence of Tendai Sect declined after Kansho, Sakei Genro is assumed as the 5th founder.
  346. As the influence of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan extended, for the 250 year period from FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa (served 857-872) until MINAMOTO no Masazane (served 1122-1124), the Fujiwara clan maintained a monopoly.
  347. As the ingredients increased, it was necessary to thicken up the taste of the sauce and the sauce company was lobbied.
  348. As the ingredients soaked in soy-sauce are fried, their color becomes the tone of red leaves, which reminds people of red leaves floating on the Tatsuta-gawa River, a spot where red leaves are often viewed.
  349. As the instrument used by Yamada school, improved for playing zoku-Soh, it creates a bigger volume and a better tone, current products are all but the ones of Yamada school style.
  350. As the integrated vengeful ghost of Hokaibo and Nowaki hime just looks like Okumi in appearance, to play the role the actor is required to have the skillfulness to dance differentiating the ghastly depraved priest and lovely female.
  351. As the interest for such occasions was as low as two monshi (monthly interest of two mon per one-hundred mon) there were many who depended on this system.
  352. As the intra-clan hostilities among the Heishi (i.e., the Taira clan) spread into Shimosa and Hitachi provinces, he attacked the kokuga (provincial government office) of each province in Kanto, and confiscated the innyaku (the great seal and key); therefore, he came to be viewed as an enemy by the Imperial Court.
  353. As the introduction of train series 201 was carried out at a rapid pace, seven sets of the series were deployed at Akashi Depot for the third introduction from December of 1983 through March of 1984.
  354. As the issues listed below reveal, it is impossible to prove that SOGA no Machi and Machi MOKU were the same person.
  355. As the kanajo says of this poem, alongside the poem of Mt. Asaka, 'people who practice writing with a brush will start from this,' it was a poem traditionally used by those starting the study of calligraphy.
  356. As the kanji letter "布 (nuno)" (cloth) refers, hoi was originally plain clothes of hemp, but nobles chose these clothes for hunting with a falcon because these were suitable for such activity.
  357. As the kanji radical 金 at the left indicates, the ka was originally made of gold or silver, and court nobles had ones with metal carvings of lions and flowers in Chinese style called umon, beginning to use white gemstones in the Enryaku era after their use was permitted.
  358. As the kanreidai (representative of a shogunal deputy) and protector of the shogun, and the Shugo of the seven provinces of Suo, Nagato, Iwami, Aki, Chikuzen, Buzen, and Yamashiro, he was one of the great men of the early the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) prior to the appearance of Nobunaga ODA.
  359. As the knight-errantry became popular, exchanges and matches between schools became active, and techniques for "randori" (freestyle practice) done with bare hands began to be devised.
  360. As the land owned by Jindai-ji Temple, a branch temple of Kanei-ji Temple, was not suitable for rice farming because it was so infertile, kosakunin (tenant farmers) used to cultivate buckwheat and deliver it to the temple.
  361. As the land owned by farmers consisted of a patch of land, the land directly controlled by the lords was also not a monolithic land.
  362. As the land transportation network including railroads and roadways developed, the Nishitakase-gawa River gradually lost its usefulness and function as a canal.
  363. As the last part has been particularly popular since that time, the last part has been almost exclusively performed since then.
  364. As the last record concerning Kokugaku was written in the end of the Heian period (early 12th century), it is believed that Kokugaku were abolished around that time.
  365. As the latter especially is called "Zoku sandai jitsuroku," the commonly accepted theory holds that it was called so ever since Nobutomo BAN, because after the 40 volumes written about the reigns of the two Emperors Uda and Daigo, 10 volumes were added on the reign of Emperor Suzaku.
  366. As the law admitted a permanent ownership of cultivated lands, central aristocrats, large temples and shrines and local rich men (formerly the class of gozoku), who had capital, actively cultivated lands and then a large scale private ownership of land appeared.
  367. As the leather industry was a munitions industry indispensable for the armor production, Danzaemon was protected by the authority although it was discriminated at the same time.
  368. As the legend often contains the story of the giant building mountains and lakes, it is pointed out that the giant was originally the god of nation building.
  369. As the legitimate son and heir of the Kawachi-Genji founder MINAMOTO no Yorinobu, he was born in the family mansion in Koroho, located in Tsuboi, Furuichi-gun, Kawachi Province (the modern-day Tsuboi, Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture).
  370. As the line between Amagasaki Station and Tanikawa Station runs through an urban neighborhood, the JR Takarazuka Line portion of the Fukuchiyama Line is one of JR West's Urban Network lines.
  371. As the line competes with Kintetsu Nagoya Line between Nagoya and Yokkaichi, JR Central tried to regain lost ground by starting to operate Rapid "Mie," in addition to a special discount fare applied to this section since the era of Japan National Railway.
  372. As the line near the station is a grade-separated crossing, from the inbound and outbound trains one can see that the station is located atop the hills.
  373. As the line was used at a low frequency due to the nature of Ko-shu railway transport, sabitori-ressha operated between Oji and the Otori Stations.
  374. As the literatures added in the end of this article clearly show, researchers had used the name of 時衆 for the events until the Muromachi period.
  375. As the local specialties there are Duck dishes and Omi beef dishes, and especially kamonabe (鴨鍋) (a hot pot with duck as one of the ingredients) is the one that represents Ogoto.
  376. As the location had been unknown since Heian period, it was likened to be the Mausoleum of Emperor Jinmu at the organization of imperial mausoleums at the end of Edo period, or from Genroku era, however, over Meiji period, it was revised and authorized to be the Mausoleum of Emperor Suizei, and repaired in 1878.
  377. As the longest-serving fudai, the Anjo fudai were favorably treated at the shikoseki, and in case they should have been sanctioned, their family names were in many cases restored in some form soon.
  378. As the lord of the ISSHIKI -SHIKIBU family, who took in charge of Hokoshu (the shogunal military guard), Fujinaga served Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA and Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA in collaboration with Terutsune Hosokawa and so on.
  379. As the lucky dream suggested, Masako married Yoritomo, who later came to power.
  380. As the magistrate's office did nothing with these protests, riots occurred in the town of Osaka from March 10 through March 12, and people broke into and destroyed houses whose owners were related to Kajichi Sahaisho including Kamiya and Tsunokuniya.
  381. As the main activities, the museum has been conducting promotional activities through lecture presentations and publications, etc., as well as collecting, preserving, studying and exhibiting cultural properties centered on Buddhist art.
  382. As the main gate faced Muromachi-dori Street, it was also called Muromachi dono Palace and Muromachi dai Palace.
  383. As the main houses derived from Mido-ryu, there exists the Sekke (line of regents and advisers), Matsudono family, Daigo family and their branch families, lines such as the Nakamikado-ryu, Mikohidari-ryu and Kazanin-ryu.
  384. As the main ingredient, freshwater shrimp such as tenagaebi and sujiebi (lake prawn), shallow water shrimp such as shibaebi (shiba shrimp) and toraebi (tora velvet shrimp), and deep water shrimp such as sakuraebi, shiraebi (Japanese glass shrimp) and jinkenebi (golden shrimp) are used.
  385. As the main line did not go through Nagoya, the mayor of that major city became concerned about the possibility of its eventual decline without access to the railroad service thereby starting to work with the government to change the route to the Tokai-do plan.
  386. As the main temple of Chokyu-ji has no chief priest, the main hall is managed by its four sub-temples by rotation.
  387. As the main trade items in this period, Japan exported raw silk thread and tea, and foreign countries, especially England, the largest trade partner of Japan exported wool, cotton fabric, military weapons and metals as raw materials for weapon were exported to Japan.
  388. As the manorial public territory system developed, various rights over myoden land were officially acknowledged by territorial governors and manorial lords as myoshushiki (myoshu rights).
  389. As the market price of somen produced in Nagasaki Prefecture was much cheaper than Miwa Somen, the somen produced in Nagasaki was habitually used as the stable supply of Miwa Somen.
  390. As the mass-production of silk began, the price of silk was no longer much higher than other products.
  391. As the maternal grandfather of the emperor, the late FUJIWARA no Nagara, who was the father of Mototsune, was raised to Shoichii Dajo Daijin (Senior First Rank Grand Minister of State) posthumously.
  392. As the maternal grandfather of the new Emperor, Koretada, had already died, Yoritada stayed as the kanpaku and Imperial Prince Yasuhito was chosen as the crown prince.
  393. As the meaning of the kanji, this is a sign indicating to a viewer that he or she 'does not need to fear' to encourage him or her.
  394. As the meanings of them are analogous, they should be treated together.'
  395. As the membrane of the salmon roe is difficult to digest, it is a protein likely to become an allergen.
  396. As the men had said, Musashi was waiting for him with his disciples and four disciples assisted Musashi in the fight, at last Ganryu was killed.
  397. As the mentioned above, Seigetsu created a lot of haiku relating to Basho's, which suggested that he adored Basho passionately.
  398. As the mercenary system had replaced the Fuheisei, military expenses continued to rise in order to ensure a sufficient amount of soldiers.
  399. As the military doctrine it emphasized the offensive of short-term operation with consideration of all-out war.
  400. As the military strategy changed from the one-to-one duels by horsemen to the party and army battle, the military service had been based on the area and the crop yields of the territory.
  401. As the mirrors from the 2nd century are small in number and a good number have been excavated in the Kinai region too, this can't be seen to indicate the predominance of northern Kyushu.
  402. As the model, they chose the constitutional monarchy of Europe.
  403. As the modern age approached, Michio MIYAGI completely fixed all the parts in his tunes, and into them he introduced the Western concept of polyphony.
  404. As the mokoku became widespread, however, its defects were gradually revealed, resulting in decreased reliability.
  405. As the monk thanks him and asks who the fisherman was, Tokoro no mono answers that it might have been a ghost of Yoshitsune, and he leaves the scene saying that he is going to prepare some accommodation for the monk.
  406. As the most common menu for okonomiyaki, the basic way of cooking 'butatama' (savoury pancake with pork) is shown below.
  407. As the most important historical data, "Taigen-sho," written by TOYOHARA no Muneaki (1450-1512), which expresses concern about the dissipation of the records of Gagaku and others due to the turmoil of the Onin War, can be cited.
  408. As the movement intensified, the government issued a series of laws and regulations, including the Zamboritsu (Defamation Law), the Shinbunshi Jorei (Press Regulations) in 1875, and the Shukai Jorei (Assembly Regulations) in 1880, that suppressed free speech.
  409. As the music in the period for separating koto in the end of Edo period, while "Akikaze no kyoku" by his senior, Mitsuzaki Kengyo, is exotic and romantic and "Godanginuda" by the same is modern and complicated, Yoshizawa's "Chidori no Kyoku" may be traditional and simple.
  410. As the myoden system was subsequently introduced into manors, tato farmers were commissioned to manage the cultivation of myoden land within manors as well.
  411. As the name "terakoya (a room of temple)" suggests, many teachers were Buddhist priests.
  412. As the name 'Sotan' suggests, it disguised itself as SEN no Sotan, who strengthened the foundation of Sen-ke family tea ceremony school, to occasionally appear in tea parties.
  413. As the name 'kisha' (to shoot an arrow with riding a horse) suggests, it is used in yabusame (horseback archery) and a thumb and a wrist are not reinforced because of holding the reins.
  414. As the name Byakkoshin (lit. White Light God) indicates, the statue is painted entirely in white from its clothing to the pedestal, which is said to represent the snow of the Himalayas.
  415. As the name implies, Rinzai School started with its founder Gigen RINZAI at the end of the Tang dynasty, after the anti-Buddhist movement at the Kaishou era.
  416. As the name implies, it is whiter and more transparent than the brown rice it comes from.
  417. As the name implies, these are small stalls that sell candy and other small items (collectively known as 'komamono,' or 'tiny things; the opposite is 'aramono').
  418. As the name implies, these are tekiya that sell plants and remains a side business of many gardeners even to this day.
  419. As the name implies, these were short uchiki and like karaginu and uwagi, they were usually made of expensive fabric but were worn without a mo (a kind of stylized apron).
  420. As the name indicates, Wakame soba is buckwheat noodles in hot soup with wakame seaweed cut into bite-size pieces on top.
  421. As the name indicates, it is considered as the king of waste-related tsukumogami (the term tsukumogami refers to a type of Japanese spirits that originate in items or artifacts that have reached their 100th birthday and become alive).
  422. As the name indicates, it stood near Rokujo-Kyogoku in Heian-kyo (Kyoto), and was built in the shinden-zukuri palatial style, covering almost four hectares.
  423. As the name indicates, it was a box to store 1000 ryo, and a sen-ryo-bako was just enough to hold 40 koban or 40 wrapped lumps of ichi-bu-kin (a kind of gold coin) (equivalent to 25 ryo).
  424. As the name itself suggests, sen came from the weight of 1 mon-sen ('mon' was a former Japanese currency unit, and 'sen' means 'coin').
  425. As the name of 'Eiri' (Illustrated) suggests, Eiri Genji monogatari contains illustrations to help readers understand the meaning of each scene, and the number of the illustrations reaches 226.
  426. As the name of era changed to "Bunroku" on December 8 (January 10, 1593 by the Gregorian calendar), almost all events in 1592, the first year of the War, that began with landing at Busan on April 12, occurred in Tensho 20 as far as name of the era is concerned.
  427. As the name of the line indicates, it's a railway connecting Osaka and Kyoto, but unlike the JR Kyoto Line (Tokaido Main Line) and Hankyu Kyoto Main Line, which run in parallel with each other, the line proceeds along the south bank of the Yodo-gawa River.
  428. As the name of the place implies an ancient transportation terminal for tributes to Emperors, it had been a well-known local city since ancient times.
  429. As the name of traditional sakaya, 'Mikawaya' has been well known even in the Showa and later periods.
  430. As the name says, it is said that if you visit the temple to pray, you will live a long life.
  431. As the name shows, it is a layer which personifies Fukuchiyama, and has academic value in characterizing the aggraded layer in the intermountain basin within the Kinki Region.
  432. As the name shows, the station is the nearest one to Kyoto Seika University, and it is a shorter distance from the station to the center of the campus than it is from the center of the university campus to its front gate.
  433. As the name shows, they are qualified to be chief (tori) at the yose, and were given the title 'Shisho' (master).
  434. As the name suggests, Nagao-go was the birthplace of NAGAO clan, and the Goryo-jinja shrine (Sakae Ward, Yokohama City) was the most important shrine for NAGAO clan, who performed religious services for their ancestors.
  435. As the name suggests, Rokuon-ji Temple's Kinkaku (Gold Pavilion) is covered in gold leaf but there are no traces that Ginkaku (Silver Pavilion) was ever covered in silver leaf (on January 5, 2007 it was announced that a scientific investigation detected absolutely no traces of silver foil).
  436. As the name suggests, it has a characteristic of having thin ('usu') skin ('kawa' that is made from flour and wraps sweet paste).
  437. As the name suggests, it is a personal history written by Kaiso himself.
  438. As the name suggests, it is an octopus monster.
  439. As the name suggests, it was first put on the lid of an ink stone.
  440. As the name suggests, several permanent commissioners, who were active even when Fuken-kai was not opened, were consulted and they were to express opinions.
  441. As the name suggests, ten people were killed due to sex and money troubles, and that made a headline at that time.
  442. As the name suggests, this is Tendon topped with kakiage (deep-fried diced shrimp, whitefish and vegetables).
  443. As the name suggests, those employed are university students and vocational college students.
  444. As the name suggests, tsutsusode (sleeve like tube) is a sleeve in the shape of tube, however all the European clothes have sleeve in the shape of narrow tube, so tsutsusode usually refers to such sleeves of Japenese kimono.
  445. As the names Amateru Kuniteruhiko and Hoakari suggest, Ame no Hoakari is deification of sunlight or heat.
  446. As the names suggest, Kansai style is distributed throughout the Kansai region and Kanto style in the Kanto region.
  447. As the names that are similar to '及川 and 笈川' (OHIKAWA), there are 追川氏 and 生川氏, but it is not well known whether they are just phonetic equivalents, related or totally different names.
  448. As the negotiation took such a long time, Tamaki was taken into custody in the Hiroshima Domain.
  449. As the nengu was mainly paid by rice, the rice used for the taxation purpose was called "nengumai" (the annual tribute rice).
  450. As the new castellan, memebers of this family worked at Kari no ma (room for castle-owning fudai daimyo newly assigned after the establishment of the Edo bakufu) and often assumed the positions such as Oban gashira and sojaban.
  451. As the new government prohibited the use of silver coins in 1868, the domain issued kinsatsu with face values in ryo, bu and syu (units of old currency), the same as many domains in Saigoku.
  452. As the new head of the family, Sanboshi inherited Sakata-gun in the Province of Omi and Azuchi-jo Castle, while Hideyoshi acquired Yamashiro Province.
  453. As the new order movement developed, all political parties were made to disband, and with the August 15th dissolution of the Constitutional Democratic Party (Minseito), the last political party in Japan disappeared and parliamentary democracy came to an end.
  454. As the news of Nobunaga's death spread from province to province, serious conflicts arose between different clans, including the Tokugawa, Hojo and Uesugi clans and the Sanada clan, which was striving to gain independence, over the former territory of the Takeda clan, which was left without a ruler.
  455. As the nickname suggests, one of the highlights of "Sanmon" is when the set of Sanmon Gate of Nanzen-ji Temple comes up from below the stage by the mechanism of seri (trapdoor), and if there were no seri, Hisayoshi couldn't appear on the stage and the story couldn't go on.
  456. As the notion of Dynastic polity was proposed in order to understand how the ancient Ritsuryo-based nation shifted to the medieval nation, varieties of views have been asserted by researchers depending on their standpoint.
  457. As the number '12' is read 'juni' in Japanese, the name 'Juni-jinja Shrine' derives from the fact that the shrine enshrines twelve deities.
  458. As the number of applicants increased after the requirements for entering were eased, the current number of residents far exceeds 147, the quota decided by Kyoto University.
  459. As the number of attendees is not known beforehand, a total amount is, in many cases, not shown on the estimate sheet provided during advance arrangements for a funeral.
  460. As the number of breweries that distribute sake with its natural color has been increasing, it has become possible to enjoy sake color.
  461. As the number of films the studio produced in July and August decreased substantially, its supply of films to movie theaters stagnated.
  462. As the number of monjo tokugosho was very limited and there was a tradition of choosing kyuryo gakusei primarily from them, those students who remained monjosho for a long time were sometimes appointed to government posts with their teacher's recommendation before finishing their study.
  463. As the number of people who learn Kenjutsu decreased under such circumstances, Kenjutsu training was conducted only at training halls of schools even after the ban of Budo was lifted.
  464. As the number of stores which call themselves 'Nishiki Market' in other regions increased, the market registered the trademark of 'Nishiki Market' for the first time as a shopping district in Kyoto City in order to establish and maintain their brand quality.
  465. As the number of such characters used decreased, their styles became increasingly more simplified, and during the early Heian period, so-gana characters, Manyo-gana characters written beautifully in the sosho-tai style, were used.
  466. As the number of the coins in existence are much smaller than that of Keicho Tsuho, it seems unlikely that these coins were widely distributed, and it is possible that they were minted just as trial coins.
  467. As the number of trains whose windows are unable to be freely opened or closed has increased these days, it has become impossible to deliver Ekiben through a window.
  468. As the number of type 70 cars constantly increased since then including Kuha type 76 cars introduced at the end of 1954, they were dubbed 'Chabozu' since all of them were painted wine color.
  469. As the number of whales has been sharply decreased due to whaling, whale sightings are very rare these days but many delphinoid species and, among baleen whale species, small population of minke whales and fin whales that do not take on extensive migrations remain in existence today.
  470. As the officer in charge of stamping hallmarks, Sakubei YUASA was granted the new family name DAIKOKUJOUZE from the Tokugawa family.
  471. As the old dynasty ended with the Xinhai Revolution, national observance of Saiten ceased, but its influence is seen among some people even now.
  472. As the oldest example, believers of Hussites are said to have arranged the carts in a circular formation, made them a protective wall and applied the tactics of shooting with handguns in the Hussite Wars (1419 ? 1436) that occurred in Germany.
  473. As the one who perfected "wabi-cha," Rikyu is described in an exaggerated way in historical materials like "Nanboroku."
  474. As the only remaining survivor who was blood-tied to Yoriie among all the people related to the shogunate, TAKE no Gosho was respected by gokenin (immediate vasals of the shogunate)as a symbol of the authority of the shogunate, and played the role of bringing them together.
  475. As the opportunity to play the shino-bue together with western musical instruments increases, 'improved versions of the shino-bue' with a musical score that is closer to the meantone temperament, such as the 'do re mi-like shino-bue' and the 'misato-bue flute' (trademark), have been developed.
  476. As the opposition forces disappeared, Komyoshi was installed as the Empress from the non-imperial family for the first time.
  477. As the orange coloring matter carotenoid dyes fat, skin will become yellowish when mikan is eaten too much.
  478. As the orei-mairi (a visit to a temple to show gratitude for the completion of the prayer) for the completion of the pilgrimage, pilgrims pay a visit to the Zenko-ji Temple at last, resulting in making the pilgrimage to the thirty-seven temples in total.
  479. As the organization expanded, the chain of command was improved, such as upgrading Army Bugyo to wakadoshiyori, the establishment of foot soldier Bugyo nabi and Sappei Bugyo nabi.
  480. As the origin of Kosode is a quite academic and technical theme of study, it cannot be easily found out.
  481. As the origin of its name meaning, "only a little push on the shoulder makes him stumble" suggests, it originally indicates the role of a weak-minded young man.
  482. As the original forefather, FUJIWARA no Norisue, the descendant of FUJIWARA no Sadatsugu, established the House of Takakura.
  483. As the oshibori service gained popularity among passengers, some airlines of countries other than Japan also started to serve oshibori.
  484. As the other ethnic groups (foederati), who were allowed to live in the empire, moved in and the number of colonus increased.
  485. As the other famous universities, there exist Tokyo University Shigin Kenkyu Kai, Keiogijuku University Keigin Kai, Tokyo University of Agriculture Noyu Kai Shigin Club, Yamaguchi University Ginei Club, Kinki University Shigin Club and so on.
  486. As the other palaces and Buddha statue halls of Toba Rikyu disappeared without a trace, Anrakujuin alone has survived until today (although the buildings was rebuilt in the early modern period).
  487. As the other way of dispute settlement, there was shitaji chubun (physical division of the land).
  488. As the outbreak of the Pacific War accelerated the rice shortage, a liquor rationing system was introduced in 1943.
  489. As the outputs of gold and silver began to decline after the Kanei era, in spite of the increase of expenditure due to the economic development and the population growth, the shogunate government got into financial trouble.
  490. As the owner grows older, recent store hours and days have become slightly irregular.
  491. As the owners of the territories, ingu, temple and shrines were allowed to publicly seek applicants for joi (investiture of a Court rank) or specific government posts every year and grant official ranks in return for Joshaku (conferring of a Court rank) fee and ninryo (fee for getting an official rank).
  492. As the painter, he used pen names such as Ukyo, Morin, Kenryotai, Kenchoe, and Kanyosai.
  493. As the pass is on a main road connecting Kyoto Prefecture and Fukui Prefecture, quite a lot of large-sized vehicles including trucks and tow trucks go through it, so signboards requesting the early opening of a tunnel are found around the pass.
  494. As the pattern of bonito skin has a commercial value, a process of drying may be used to protect the skin from peeling off.
  495. As the payment date drew near he begged Okichi for money as a stopgap measure, and when she refused, murdered her in cold blood and stole the money.
  496. As the peace which lasted for a long time developed the economy and produced the townsmen culture, bujutsu was practiced for pleasure in the spare time widely in both the urban and the rural agricultural areas.
  497. As the period in which the region is covered by the real summer air is long, however, the region tends to have typhoons.
  498. As the person who rendered distinguished service behind the scenes for the victory of the eastern squad in the Battle of Sekigahara, Nagamasa was proud of this battle for the rest of his life.
  499. As the phonology was drastically changed in the English language after importing the word Kimono, the pronunciation of Kimono has been near to 'Kamono' or 'Kaimono' than 'Kimono.'
  500. As the pilgramage to Ise became popular during this period, the routes connecting Ise-jingu Shrine to other areas were upgraded and named "Ise-Sangu-Kaido" (Kaido for making a pilgrimage to Ise Shrine).
  501. As the place faces the mountain range in the west that Mt. Hiei belongs to and Lake Biwa in the east, it was a natural fort.
  502. As the place is famous for the successful example of town revitalization, there are always many visitors from everywhere in Japan.
  503. As the place of literature and art
  504. As the plague spread throughout Kyoto, it is said that Kuya put the Kannon statue on a wagon which he pulled as he walked around helping people, chanting the name of Buddha and distributing tea to the sick.
  505. As the plan was exposed to the Taira clan, the insurgent group had to raise an army without sufficient preparations; Yorimasa was hunted by the Taira clan and killed himself in the war of Uji Byodoin Temple.
  506. As the platform of Ise Railway is located on a hill, passengers transferring to it use the platform of the Kansai Main Line.
  507. As the plums have significant medical benefits, it may be named Ume after the combination of 'u (never-seen-before) and me (truly-important).'
  508. As the police chief was about to be handcuffed by the Koreans, vendors and gamblers dashed into the station chief's room with police officers and forced the Koreans to leave.
  509. As the police, cautious about the participation of the radicals like OKAWA, gave warning, many people cancelled their membership to 'Jinmukai' one after another, and NAKAGAWA himself pressed Okawa to disolve the society, and even cut relations with him for a while.
  510. As the political situation was often sung with utterances to maintain the rhythm of a song, it is generally understood that it was a people's movement wishing for a better society.
  511. As the portable shrine is taken down, young men wearing only loincloths hang from the poles attached to the portable shrine, which is called "choppen."
  512. As the ports were restricted, some Koriwa could not find anyone to deal with and stayed in Korea for a long time, and entered private houses and forced the residents to buy their commodities.
  513. As the position of Imperial Prince Taishu was yonin (remote appointment) and Imperial Princes were not required to go to the respective provinces, suke, the deputies of Imperial Prince Taishu, were practically the highest position in Shinno-ningoku.
  514. As the position of kancho (the chief abbot) is set as the head to supervise the office work of Shumuin.
  515. As the position of the Grand Chamberlain is an attestation official, this position is appointed and dismissed by the Emperor.
  516. As the postwar settlement after the Jokyu War, the territories of the court nobles and samurai who supported the retired Emperor Gotoba were forfeited and redistributed to the gokenin (an immediate vasal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) as rewards.
  517. As the powdered green tea is best known as the thick, frothy tea, the chasen is often mistaken for a kind of whipping tool, but actually it is not.
  518. As the practical business of Shonagon was performed by Daigeki and Shogeki (prescribed number was two for each), Shonagonkyoku began to be called Gekikyoku.
  519. As the praise to his contribution, he was entitled to additional 10.000 koku (1 koku is about 180 litters of rice yield) and assigned as the lord of Nagashima Domain in Ise Province as a daimyo of 20.000 koku..
  520. As the predecessor of the special rapid mentioned above, this type was formerly operated in the tourist seasons on the Kyoto Main Line.
  521. As the preface in the Chinese poetry style composed by Michizane to "Fuso shu" (Chinese classics during the Heian period) described "my father Koreyoshi lectured on History of the Later Han Dynasty for his disciples in his Unkaku (study)," the lecture was considered to be originally given in the study Sanin-tei.
  522. As the prefectural border lies in this section, only two-car local trains run other than 'Hamakaze' limited express (one round trip).
  523. As the presidency (roju) system was introduced to the central organization of bakufu, a director-general of rikugun who was coequal to roju was established over the existing organization of rikugun.
  524. As the president of Fujisawa Shoten (Fujisawa Pharmaceutical), Fujisawa did great jobs including the production of the new medicine Macnin, a lumbricide.
  525. As the president of the committee he endeavored to return the bones of Chinese captives who died in Japan where they had been forced to live during the Sino-Japanese War.
  526. As the prices for washing expensive formal Wafuku that is made of pure silk like silk crepe or figured satin are high, formal Wafuku are not frequently washed.
  527. As the prime minister subsequent to Aritomo YAMAGATA (the First YAMAGATA Cabinet), such as Hirobumi ITO, Tsugumichi SAIGO and Akiyoshi YAMADA were lined up, but the imperial command for organizing the Cabinet was given to Masayoshi MATSUKATA on May 2.
  528. As the prince's concubine, she bore him one son, Eikaku, but he died young in 1007.
  529. As the principal part of the wealth and the military strength policy, the introduction and adaptation of Western-style military technologies and skills was strongly promoted; even the food service provided in the military (military ration) was Westernized in order to strengthen the physical power and stamina of soldiers.
  530. As the problem regarding the borders became more serious, the acceptance of modern international law was promoted (Akizuki 2002).
  531. As the proof that he had not neglected his father's teaching, he compiled the discourse from his father into a book and presented it to his father.
  532. As the publishing systems such as printing technology and pay for the writing were improved, many people came to read Yomihon, but the circulation of it was not as much as that of Kusazoshi.
  533. As the pursuers approached, Kikunomae and her eleven lady attendants leaped from the bluff called Taikoiwa into the Hokigawa River on the north of the mountain to death.
  534. As the quality of pots and rice cookers had not improved until Meiji and Taisho period, ikakeya were able to manage their business.
  535. As the quality of rice is not stabilized as it is to proceed to the next stage (according to the language of toji and other workers in the brewery "the rice is not settled."), it is put into bags and left in the warehouse for a while to cool down.
  536. As the railway tracks are not high-speed compatible, rapid trains and others are forced to slow down quite a bit (speed limit 35 km/h) when they pass this station.
  537. As the ratio of division varied depending on the parties' relative power, like one third versus two thirds, Shitaji chubun was also called Shitaji bunkatsu (division of the land).
  538. As the reasons for Nyonin Kinsei, there exist various origins and theories as mentioned above.
  539. As the rebellion forces approached Kamakura, Tadayoshi killed the imprisoned Imperial Prince Morinaga amidst the turmoil and fled to Yahagi in Mikawa Province (modern-day Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture).
  540. As the recipe and ingredients of tamago dofu are almost the same as those of chawanmushi (steamed egg hotchpotch), the two dishes can be prepared at the same time by adjusting the amount of dashi broth.
  541. As the record exists that the number of ships of the second Kenminsen fleet returned to Japan in 1406 was six to seven, it is presumed that the scale of six Kenminsen fleets which visited Ming until Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA ceased dispatching them in 1410 was within the same range.
  542. As the regions of han and those of prefectures (land directly controlled by the government) became linked to each other at the time, this made fu-han-ken sanchisei inefficient.
  543. As the regulations on shrines formulated in 1871 decided the ranking of shrines based on the situation of those days, some shrines among the shikinaisha and the kokushigenzaisha (shrines appearing in the six official histories) were not given a ranking (these are called mukakusha).
  544. As the reign of Emperor Ninmyo was in a time of peace after the reigns of Emperor Saga and Emperor Junna, and as nothing big occurred except the Jowa Incident, this book is said to have more detailed descriptions of court ceremonies, etc., but less material related to politics.
  545. As the relationship between master and vassal among samurai was highly dependent on interests, at times vassals would abandon a Bumon no toryo, if and when they came under an unfavorable situation due to a war and changed loyalty to the opponent.
  546. As the relationship with Silla became strained during the Nara period, Hachimanshin (God of War) was transferred from Usa to Kyoto and, as demonstrated by the case in which the deity appeared to WAKE no Kiyomaro as an oracle, belief in Hachiman suddenly increased.
  547. As the relative amount of alcohol increases, the sake meter value gets higher.
  548. As the remain which is similar in the form in Japan, there is 'doto' seen in Ono-dera Temple in Sakai City.
  549. As the remaining groups of the Hojo clan went into action in Shinano Province in February, 1335, he dispatched Tokihira KIRA, a member of the clan, to Shinano for the suppression.
  550. As the remnants of the Taira family who escaped from pursuers hid themselves in many places as Ochudo, various oral traditions were born and have been passed down.
  551. As the report also says that a memorandum of Shonosuke KIMURA said he traveled on an important mission and the Kyoto Gojo family issued a tag for him, it is difficult to say that the Gojo family is the head family of the sumo world.
  552. As the representative of Choshu, Katsura had since often held discussions with Satsuma leaders such as Tatewaki KOMATSU, Toshimichi OKUBO, Takamori SAIGO, and Kiyotaka KURODA in Satsuma and Choshu, thereby consolidating the alliance.
  553. As the representative of the Fujiwara clan, the Toshi choja handled all matters concerned with the clan, including its politics, finance and religion.
  554. As the residence of Joan NAITO, Yagi-jo Castle was under the Kinkyo-rei (Edicts banning Christianity).
  555. As the result brightness returned in the world.
  556. As the result many of those involved in the plot received punishments.
  557. As the result of Chogi which were held for two days of July 1 and 2, it was decided to give an imperial sanction for these two problems at the same time, but the content of decision regarding the punishment of the Choshu domain was not clear, strongly reflecting the intent of Yoshinobu.
  558. As the result of Jokyu War in 1221, the imperial court centering on the Retired Emperor Gotoba was defeated by the bakufu and all the lands of the aristocrats and samurais who were on the side of the Retired Emperor were confiscated.
  559. As the result of Zenkunen War, (the Twelve-year War of Oshu) Abe clan of Mutsu Province (Oshu, the alternative name of Mutsu Province area) went to extinction, and Kiyohara clan of Dewa Province took control of both Dewa and Mutsu Provinces.
  560. As the result of a conference, the government recovered 8,000 yen which he had contributed to the Kagoshima prefectural government when he was alive and raised another 8,000 yen, deciding to support his bereaved family with this 16,000 yen.
  561. As the result of conference of syukuro (a chief vassal of a samurai family), his successor was to be choosen by lot among Yoshimochi's four younger brothers who had entered into priesthood.
  562. As the result of drawing lots, Gien, Tendai-zasu (head priest of the Tendai sect), returned to secular life and changed his name to Yoshinobu (changed to Yoshinori later) and assumed the post of the 6th shogun.
  563. As the result of hard feelings against such treatment, talented people such as Zuisan TAKECHI, Ryoma SAKAMOTO and Shintaro NAKAOKA appeared among the Goshi, and their success effectively sped up the Tobaku movement.
  564. As the result of his achievements as the second reserve in an attack on Gifu-jo Castle in Mino Province and the final battle of Sekigahara, he was granted by Ieyasu a shift of the territory with additional properties from Yokosuka in Totomi Province of 30,000 goku of crop yield to Fukuchiyama Domain in Tango Province of 60,000 goku.
  565. As the result of his achievements there, he was granted the Kurume Domain in the Chikugo Province with 210,000 goku of crop yield and became kokushu (head of provincial governors).
  566. As the result of nationwide polling, the following three places were chosen.
  567. As the result of negotiations on October 31st, Qing recognized the Taiwan expedition as a noble undertaking and signed a treaty between Japan and Qing in which Qing was prescribed to pay 500,000 ryo (the old Chinese currency) to Japan for indemnities.
  568. As the result of playing a J. League Promotion/Demotion Series against Sanfrecce Hiroshima, the club qualified to be promoted to J1 in 2008.
  569. As the result of the Hogen Disturbance, Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents) had their armed force disbanded, suffering a significant reduction in power.
  570. As the result of the division and privatization of JNR, JR Central became the operator of the Nagoya-Kameyama section (59.9km), and JR West became the operator of the Kameyama-Minatomachi section (115.2km) as well as the Yao-Ryuge Signal Station-Sugimotocho section (11.3km).
  571. As the result of the investigation, he was a "man whose bone structure suggested a gentle manner, with a wooden-mallet-shaped head and projecting tooth... the age at death was around 41 years."
  572. As the result of the mediation by Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, Yoshinaga ASANO, and others who wanted to avoid the conflict between both parties, it was decided that Toshiie visit Ieyasu.
  573. As the result of the radar investigation, a large construction was confirmed to exist from the top of the mound to and along the southern side.
  574. As the result of this conference, an armed merchant ship of 1,000 to 1,500 tons was given exclusive rights to trade each year (an armed merchant ship was 2 to 3 times as large as junk or galleon ships).
  575. As the result of this development, Sendai Domain achieved the actual yield of rice crop in the amount of 1,000,000 koku, while the reported face value based on the original territory condition was 620,000 koku.
  576. As the result of this expedition against Ezo/Emishi operated long after the earlier expeditions promoted by Emperor Kanmu and Emperor Saga, new counties were established in the territorialized area, such as Kuji County (Mutsu Province) and Nukanobe County.
  577. As the result of this expedition, only KIYOHARA no Sadahira was rewarded for the victory by being appointed as the Chinju-fu shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the North), which strengthened the presence and influence of Kiyohara clan in Mutsu Province.
  578. As the result of this incident, the power opposed to the Tokuso family was eliminated.
  579. As the result of this, Yoshinoya was reported to resume the sale of its gyudon in about 2 months.
  580. As the result of this, it was necessary to become Chiten to pass the Imperial succession to his descendant, therefore it was a matter of life and death to obtain the position of Chiten.
  581. As the result, Emperor Wen was forced to withdraw the main army.
  582. As the result, Hukei successfully captured the right of command with no difficulty.
  583. As the result, Japan's first railway line from Shinbashi to Yokohama was incorporated into this east-west trunk line.
  584. As the result, Motonaga was dismissed of Kokushi.
  585. As the result, Shigeaki turned the cold shoulder to his lawful wife and started to be infatuated with a woman from Kyoto who danced Shirabyoshi (a Japanese traditional dance).
  586. As the result, Shingen appointed Katsuyori as his successor, and March 1571, he was called back to Kofu, and his uncle Nobukado TAKEDA became the lord of Takato-jo Castle.
  587. As the result, Yoshinoya announced that it would postpone the revival of its gyudon sales for a time on January 21.
  588. As the result, as the father of Seishi, Kiyomori took over substantial control of ryo-shoen (private estates) of Sekkan-ke.
  589. As the result, direction of the internal reforms should be Westernization.
  590. As the result, if a country tried to fix its borders based on modern international law, it would certainly be a seed of conflict between neighboring countries.
  591. As the result, in a series of Ansei no Taigoku (suppression of extremists by the Shogunate) conducted by Naosuke II who was appointed Tairo (chief minister) in the same year, he was forced to resign in 1859 by an informal decision of the bakufu.
  592. As the result, it was reported sensationally that 'the oldest coins were found' and 'history textbook must be revised.'
  593. As the result, possibility arose that Fuhonsen coin was older than Wado-kaichin issued in 708, which had been considered as the oldest coin.
  594. As the result, the Imperial court accepted the explanation.
  595. As the result, the government, receiving a proposal from Hisamitsu SHIMAZU, dismissed him from Kanpaku in January 1864 (December in old calendar).
  596. As the result, through implementation of Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures), the government became a more centralized government than the United States, but it was not foreseeable at the time of creation of the Constitution.
  597. As the results of this he authored "Hakusan Somoku-shi," "Hokuetsu Kicho," "Kinan Rokugun-shi," "Kumano Bussan Shoshi," "Noyama Somoku Tsushi," and "Washu Yoshinogun Gunzanki," which was Tomoari's representative literary work.
  598. As the retired Emperor acted as Emperor, the Emperor himself filled the current position of Crown Prince, there often was no one to become Crown Prince.
  599. As the reward for it, when Ieyasu moved to the Kanto region, Ienaga was granted a 20,000 koku fief in the Sanuki Domain, Kazusa Province.
  600. As the rice price soared, landlords and merchants started to speculate in rice and gradually withholding of rice and the buyout occurred.
  601. As the rice price was gradually rising, the Terauchi Cabinet announced the dispatch of troops to Siberia as the foreign policy on August 2, 1918.
  602. As the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on a set of codes) collapsed during the early to mid-Heian period, the system of taxation called so (tax) evolved into the nengu; the name nengu (annual tribute), however, kept something from its precedent, "koso" (the tribute-tax).
  603. As the ritsuryosei waned, however, regulations and laws that had controlled Buddhism such as "Soni ryo" (Regulations for Monks and Nuns) lost substance, and regulations on repairmen and maintenance subsidies also lost any meaning.
  604. As the ritual of Kokubetsushiki is a worship itself, the program is basically the same as a usual Sunday worship, and it indicates one aspect of the various denominations of Christianity which regard the worship as the last one observed on earth for the deceased.
  605. As the river is surrounded by mountains and there are no roads or lightings, ukai is conducted in the dark using only the light of kagaribi and candles.
  606. As the role of Roku Kannon, it is said to be Sekke (edification) Tenbu (deities who reside in a heavenly realm, one of six realms in which the souls of living beings transmigrate from one to another).
  607. As the role of a Kurodo no betto was to supervise the Tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace), it was also referred to as 'Tenjo no betto.'
  608. As the role of guarding the kyujo gate (place where the Emperor lives) was continuously assumed by a clan from ancient times, the post was named Emonfu ("e" meaning "to guard," "mon" meaning "gate," and "fu" meaning "division").
  609. As the sake and appetizers go around, the host returns to the guest of honor and says 'Onagare wo' (Could I have a cup of sake?) to request the guest's sake cup for him.
  610. As the sake brewing industry later developed rapidly in the Nada area (a coastal area in the western part of Settsu Province), rice grown in the territory of Sanda Domain and its surroundings was also used for brewing sake.
  611. As the sale of tickets of special A-grade reserved seats start prior to the opening of the gate (provided that the sale is suspended 30 minutes before opening time, people can enter the Grand Swan earlier than the actual opening time of gate.
  612. As the same surname with the different sound (pronounced as Watarida), there is 渡田.
  613. As the same surnames with the different sound (pronounced as Watanobe), there are 渡野辺, 渡延 or 渡野邊.
  614. As the same surnames with the different sound (pronounced as Watari), there are 渡利、渡里、亘理、渡、亘、渉、弥、和多利、済、日理、日理、和田利.
  615. As the samples of the rhetorical games since "Manyoshu," we can show the instances such as 'ashihiki no' -> 'ashi wo hikizurinagara noboru' (to climb with dragging legs) -> 'yama' (a mountain), 'azusayumi' -> 'yumi no gen wo haru' (to stretch a bowstring) -> 'haru' (spring), and so on.
  616. As the samurai class established its status as the core power of the nation, Japan began seceding from the Confucian cultural sphere and forming its own unique culture under which the ruler highly valued Kobudo and its training.
  617. As the samurai government came to prominence, the Imperial family was gradually losing its power, to the extent that they had authority but no power.
  618. As the saying 'ushimitsudoki when even the plants and trees sleep' goes, no matter how lively or open a place may be during the day, once all activities disappear it feels as if 'the time has stopped and the space has been closed off' with a darkness that's like black ink.
  619. As the saying, 'People of high ranks see the south' suggests, the south gate was the most important, through which the keishi (capital) could be observed from the Imperial Palace.
  620. As the scale of battles became larger, the importance of Koguchi increased, and much care was given to the design and location of moats, earthworks and stone walls to enhance the defensive capability of castle walls.
  621. As the scum rises to the surface, skim off it carefully.
  622. As the second best policy, a son of Michiie KUJO, Mitora (later Yoritsune FUJIWARA), from Sekkan-ke (the families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor), was appointed as the 4th shogun (Sekke Shogun).
  623. As the second series following the Gunsho Ruiju (Classified Collection of the Japanese Classics), Zoku-Gunsho Ruiju compiled many books that had not been collected in the Gunsho Ruiju.
  624. As the second son Masatatsu had been adopted by the Inoue family of the Shimotsuma Domain in 1753, he was not sanctioned.
  625. As the second son of FUJIWARA no Kinzane, his mother was FUJIWARA no Koshi (a daughter of FUJIWARA no Takakata) and he was an older paternal half-brother to Taikenmonin FUJIWARA no Shoshi.
  626. As the second stage of his work, Kikan IKEDA started compiling a collection of old annotations, but he gave up completing a full-scale collection because IKEDA, who was not necessarily in robust health by nature, got sick, and due to the chaotic period during and after the war.
  627. As the second subjugation force, the expedition force of OTOMO no Otomaro and SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro was organized, but the details about how they engaged are not handed down.
  628. As the senbei's wrapping paper is also edible, you can feed it to deer.
  629. As the separation of farmers and samurai took place, weaker samurai families came to be called 'dogo' (narrow sense).
  630. As the sequel, Mokuami KAWATAKE wrote this for Kodanji ICHIKAWA (the fourth).
  631. As the service of this teppanyaki stake restaurant which includes the dazzling performance is favored by foreigners rather than Japanese, Misono has been a famous sight seeing place for the foreigners visiting Japan.
  632. As the shape suggests, it is cut in the shape of a lotus flower.
  633. As the shape was similar to the ear of 'gama' (cattail), it is said to have been called 'kamaboko.'
  634. As the shinmei (name of god) indicates, it is a god of 'gold mines' (kanayama, mine), and it was thought to have been born from vomit probably due to its association from the appearance of vomit.
  635. As the ship was heading to the Kyushu region, it wrecked because of a storm, causing them to be separated from one another and Yoshimori stayed hidden alone; however, he was captured by the Kamakura party and imprisoned on August 11, 1186 (according to "Gyokuyo"[Diary of Kanezane KUJO]).
  636. As the shipped food supply did not reach them, Kuninao's party were in extreme poverty and pleaded to the Hokkaido Development Commission, thereby getting permission to relocate the reclamation site from Michitomi HIGASHIKUZE, Hokkaido Development Commissioner, who came to inspect Shippu.
  637. As the shoen system broke down, the jori naming system fell into disuse, and it remained only in some geographical names after Taiko-kenchi (the land survey by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI).
  638. As the shogunate Ienari TOKUGAWA was too young, the next bakufu was led by roju who were hired by Sadanobu during the Kansei Reform, such as Saneakira, Ujinori TODA, Tadakazu HONDA, Tadakiyo MAKINO, Sukeyoshi OTA, and Nobunari ANDO.
  639. As the shogunate planned the first conquest of Choshu, a moderate faction advocating reconciliation with the shogunate became dominant in the Choshu clan and Takasugi escaped to Fukuoka in October.
  640. As the shogunate was supposedly the household manager of the shogun family, there was such a strictly abided unwritten rule that all important posts of the shogunate went to fudai daimyo, except for the cases of the bakumatsu period (the last days of the shogunate) and the Ochi-Matsudaira family.
  641. As the shop was located in the semi-fire protection district, the shop could not be reconstructed as it was before.
  642. As the shrine has been closely associated with nohgaku, many items related to nohgaku that have been dedicated to the shrine are kept there.
  643. As the shrine has been relocated three times, it does not have an area of parishioners.
  644. As the shugo-ryogoku system (the system of domination by a governor) grew in the Muromachi period, however, the myoden fields were gradually integrated into the government of shugo (a provincial governor).
  645. As the side water tank and coal storage box were fixed mainly with flush rivets, its smooth surface is characteristic of this model.
  646. As the siege of the castle dragged on, the provisions began diminishing.
  647. As the sign of the sun's position is called sun sign in the Western astrology, the god of the sun's position in twelve gods which are originally the divisions obtained by dividing the ecliptic into twelve should be called gessho, but gessho is used to mean the twelve gods in many cases.
  648. As the significant tangible folk cultural assets travel on the public way during the Yamahoko Junko, they are even described as 'moving museums.'
  649. As the situation became unfavorable for the Choshu Domain, they left Kyoto and also seven court nobles of the Joi-ha (expel the barbarians) including Sanetomi SANJO were exiled from Kyoto (Shichikyou ochi.)
  650. As the situation was dependent on the province, how Hatamoto-satsu was issued is described as follows for each province:
  651. As the sleeves of the other forms of kimono like Kosode have their sides partly sewn up, the length of the sleeves is shorter than the sleeve depth.
  652. As the social structure changed by introducing the system of the ritsuryo legal codes, local ruling families, who were simply the head of a community, became like feudal-lords with private property, and the conventional Jingi belief supported the religious service by a community was in a deadlock.
  653. As the son of Emperor Ninmyo, Imperial Prince Saneyasu became blind while he was still young and entered the priesthood to live a cloistered life in Yamashina (present day Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City).
  654. As the son of Shinzei, he had a close relationship with Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa, and he prayed for peace and tranquility of the Cloistered Emperor and the nation during Yoshinaka KISO's visit to Kyoto as well as conducting a Kujaku Kyobo ritual for rain.
  655. As the sophisticated ultimate Edo culture that embodied 'Iki', the ideal chic or stylish Eco culture, "Sukeroku" had a decisive impact on the future of Japanese culture.
  656. As the species living in Japan have been used since ancient times, they are known by different names according to the region.
  657. As the staff of Fukuchiyama-nishi station administered the station, passenger cars arrived at the station during daytime when operation interval was long and were forwarded to the Fukuchiyama-nishi station along with train crews/station staff and were kept there.
  658. As the staffs, it consisted of one Tonomo no kami (corresponding to Jurokui [Junior Sixth Rank]) and two Tonomo no suke (corresponding to Juhachii [Junior Eighth Rank]) and six nyoju (a court lady in a lower rank).
  659. As the standard par excellence for waka, a thorough knowledge of and familiarity with the "Kokin wakashu" was considered an indispensable mark of refinement for distinguished personages of the Heian period, and was held in very high regard.
  660. As the state of the field practice forest deteriorated even further by large scale logging, not only people on the university side but also the land-owning side began to voice their anxiety and apprehension about the situation.
  661. As the state of the war was worsening, he was drafted into the army and sent to Manchuria.
  662. As the statue shows his figure after he lost his right leg, standing with a cane is its characteristic.
  663. As the statue was made of pine, which is unique for the statues created in the Asuka period, there has been a theory that the statue came from the Kingdom of Silla in 623 as written in Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan).
  664. As the status of hashita mono is inferred to be between nyobo and Zoshime (lower class maid), it seems not proper to consider that a daughter of Mototaka, who became a noble, was a hashita mono.
  665. As the status of mother was also considered important in those days, the children born from Uneme were mostly placed lower than the children of the powerful clans in the capital or the Imperial family.
  666. As the statutory ritsuryo system became slack, fuko and the early shoen systems were only in name.
  667. As the story develops, Imperial Prince Hanahito who believes in Buddhism ousts Prince Yamabiko of anti-Buddhist faction in the end.
  668. As the story of Takatoki HOJO from the first part had a good reputation, only this part is performed today.
  669. As the story progresses, descriptions in the text and titles of chapters lose the touch of mocking or frivolous nature with elaborative choices of words.
  670. As the string is struck, the plectrum is made to touch the wooden case of the body so that the sound from the plectrum doesn't become too loud.
  671. As the students in the front had been stuck between students and officers, fifteen students fell into the shallow water and as a result seven students were injured either slightly or seriously including fractures.
  672. As the study becomes deeper and more specific regarding each part of "The Tale of Genji," it becomes harder to find a consistent theme in the work; therefore, circumstances arise in which 'each reader conceives his or her own theme.'
  673. As the sub-express train service was terminated, superior trains disappeared from the time schedule of the Otsu Line and only local trains remained.
  674. As the success of Masashige and others increased opportunities to overthrow the Shogunate in various regions in 1333, warriors including Takauji ASHIKAGA, Yoshisada NITTA, and Enshin AKAMATSU raised an army to defeat the Kamakura bakufu (Genko War).
  675. As the successive owners of this tea bowl including tea ceremony master and Matsue Domain Daimyo (feudal lord) Harusato MATSUDAIRA developed tumors, the bowl was donated to this temple which is so closely related to Harusato following his death where it has remained.
  676. As the successor of Soko, he assumed the position of the chief priest of Daijo-ji Temple in Kaga Province (present Ishikawa Prefecture).
  677. As the successor of Tomoai IWAKURA, Tomoyoshi IWAKURA, being adopted from the Ohara family as a child of Tomokata, inherited the family.
  678. As the successor to FUJIWARA no Narito, he became both the governor of Mutsu Province and the Chinju-fu Shogun (Commander-in-chief of the Northern Defense Forces), and took up arms against the Abe clan (of Mutsu Province) starting in 1051 (in what is known as the Zen Kunen no Eki (Former Nine Years' Campaign)).
  679. As the successor to the head of the Shimazu clan, Tadamune IJUIN recommended Yoshihisa's second daughter Shinjo's husband, Akihisa SHIMAZU; that might be another reason for Tadatsune to hate Tadamune.
  680. As the sun rises directly in the East and sets directly in the West around the Equinox, people worshipped the sun setting in the west and imagined a faraway Pure Land of Amitabha; and this was the precursor to higan.
  681. As the sun rose Mt. Osaka could be seen,'
  682. As the surrounding area has been redeveloped rapidly, many skyscraper condos are standing side by side near the station.
  683. As the surrounding areas grew prosperous in the Showa period, the temple moved to its present address in Higashiyama Ward in 1972 with the enlargement of the Kyoto Takashimaya building.
  684. As the system of Insei (rule by the Retired Emperor) was enforced in the late Heian period, Chiten no kimi (the Retired Emperor in power) used inzen and innocho kudashibumi to strongly express and achieve his political intentions.
  685. As the system of chofuku was established under the influence of the Tang dynasty, it is estimated that chofuku looked like the ones in China for some time.
  686. As the tail was just a part people held with their fingers when eating and was thrown away at the end, formerly the tail did not contain filling.'
  687. As the takai-kan was stressed at the time when Mappo-shiso gained popularity, the takai-kan of Buddhism was quite naturally accepted nationwide for its definite information about takai, Jigoku.
  688. As the tallest building in Shiga Prefecture the hotel has become a landmark.
  689. As the target of Yoritomo was not Yoshitsune any more but Oshu itself, Hiraizumi was attacked by a large force of Kamakura into easy surrender in the Battle of Oshu, by which the 100-year prosperity of the three generations of the Oshu Fujiwara clan came to an end.
  690. As the target of worship in Jodo Shinshu Sect is only Amida Buddha based on its doctrine, Homyo-jiku and Kakocho are not the target of worship.
  691. As the target quality of sake cannot be obtained if too much enzyme is produced, it is necessary to produce koji in such a way that the degree of melting rice stops at the appropriate point.
  692. As the taxi arrives at the destination, the driver stops the fare meter, so the passenger pays the fare according to the meters.
  693. As the tea leaves were for the Shogun to drink and to offer to the Tokugawa family's sobyo (mausoleum containing the remains of their ancestors), the ochatsubo dochu procession was immensely authoritative.
  694. As the tea served by him was very bad and undrinkable, guests came with the aim of eating delicious cakes.
  695. As the tea sold in this new type of bottle became popular, the tea sold in an earthenware teapot rapidly disappeared.
  696. As the technique presupposes working outdoors, the instruments such as scissors or ink brushes are minimally limited.
  697. As the temple flourished as number one among the Kyoto Gozan (Five major temples of Rinzai sect in Kyoto), the temple grounds expanded to roughly 330,000 square meters, extending all the way to present-day Keifuku Electric Railroad Katabiranotsuji Station, and is said to have included some 150 sub-temples.
  698. As the temple legend, the statue of Kinnara - it has a horn on the head and seems to have been made as the statue of Kinnara from the very beginning.
  699. As the temple site was located at the center of Shimogyo (southern Kyoto), it came to be a town temple and played a central role in the lives and culture of the people as well as self-governing activities, particularly following the Onin War.
  700. As the term "Kubo" was commonly used as another name for the Shogun, people sometimes gave Kubo a nickname such as "So-and-So Kubo" with a twist of irony to make it widely known.
  701. As the term "naigubu Jushi" is seen in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) dated April 30, 757, the system of Jushi might have been introduced before then.
  702. As the term "soapberry" uses Japanese characters meaning 'children without disease,' a wish for a perfect state of health of girls was contained.
  703. As the term 'kogyo' meant to restore something declined and became extinct to its original state, various kogyoho were promulgated after the late Heian period when temples had been further declined for various reasons.
  704. As the term 'oke' (pail) implies, they used to be round, but there are examples from the Heian period of square ones being called hioke as long as they were made of wood.
  705. As the term Ufu indicates, it was named after a legend in which, after walking throughout China to control flooding, Wu started to drag his feet when walking.
  706. As the term of kita-machi-bugyo (-sho) and minami-machi-bugyo (-sho) were often used, two Edo-machi-bugyo-sho offices were placed (except for a certain period).
  707. As the texture of young leather is finer and softer, they are the most appropriate for a yugake, but expensive.
  708. As the third definition of 'Musubi,' the word 'musubi (掬び)' can be included.
  709. As the three elements of hot springs are useful for understanding the characteristics of each hot spring, various categorization and regulations are stipulated based upon physical & chemical characteristics.
  710. As the tide comes in, the scene of the main shrine building or torii (a gate to a Shinto shrine) standing in the sea is beautiful; it is designated as a special place of scenic beauty in Japan, being called 'Miyajima,' which was famous as one of the three most scenic spots in Japan.
  711. As the tide of the war turned in favor of the Western Camp, the Western Camp made an all-out attack on Shokoku-ji Temple, which was the headquarters of the Eastern Camp, in November 1467 (this battle is called the Battle of Shokoku-ji.)
  712. As the time of Nobuyoshi's change of surname varies according to different documents, the possibility that Hidetsugu HASHIBA conveyed the above mentioned surname to Nobuyoshi can not be discarded.
  713. As the time of morning cleaning differs depending on households, it may become a psychological burden for the neighbors if we sweep in front of neighboring houses after having finished our own cleaning.
  714. As the time passed, the following were also considered the border between the real world and the sacred land: ridges, mountain paths and slopes whose shapes of the roads were unique; and in some case, bridges, gates, borders of settlements such as villages and towns, and intersections of roads.
  715. As the title includes the word '大委国' meaning Japan, Yasumoto also denies the theory which states that the book was made abroad.
  716. As the title of 'Kitano Mandokoro' was given to the legally wedded wife of Sesshu or Kanpaku, that of 'Okitanomandokoro' or 'Omandokoro' in short was given to the mother who gave birth to Sessho or Kanpaku.
  717. As the title of the book suggests, it is a collection of often told tales during that era.
  718. As the title suggests, it consists of 36 pictures in all.
  719. As the toilet basin is heavy and bulky, the transportation from the developing countries such as China and so on whose production costs are cheap is out of proportion to the benefit and thus the Japanese market is mostly dominated by home manufacturers and this tendency is expected to continue in the future.
  720. As the tool he is holding in the pictures are mikkyo hogu (the Buddhist instruments of esoteric Buddhism), the images differ from temple to temple.
  721. As the torturing progressed, all of them confessed about the rebellion.
  722. As the townscape of Tokyo expanded and transformed from a city to a metropolis, the area formerly known as Edo became downtown Tokyo, and serves as its center.
  723. As the track of the Joto Freight line is only connected to the up-train track (toward Nagoya) of Kansai Main Line, both up and down freight trains run on the up-train track of Kansai Main Line.
  724. As the tradition of the daimyo (feudal lord) families, the instructions in tea ceremony were passed down by the sado and not by the lord himself.
  725. As the treaties forced by Europe and America were unequal treaties, it is also called "unequal treaty system."
  726. As the tree nagi is associated with '和ぎ (nagi: calmness), it is used as hiromogi (which means the branches and leaves as the yorishiro for Shinto rituals).
  727. As the trusted man of retired Emperor Toba, he was praised as 'the one who controls the power inside and out, and is confronted by serious matters more than others' ('Honcho Shinshu Ojo-den' (New collection of hagiographies of those born in the Pure Land)) and participated in important political agendas even after retiring from the Giseikan (Legislature).
  728. As the tutelary god of one's birthplace, ubusunagami was believed to protect him all through his life.
  729. As the typical examples of 2., FUJIWARA no Moshi who became the Yushi of FUJIWARA no Yoshinobu and married with Emperor Gosanjo to give birth to Emperor Shirakawa, and TAIRA no Tokuko who became the Yushi of the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa and married with Emperor Takakura to give birth to Emperor Antoku are well-known.
  730. As the use of soy sauce spread from the mid-Edo period, irizake gradually became used less often and is now not generally used.
  731. As the vanguard of Kobu-gattai group, (a party of advocating Kobu-gattai which unites the court and the shogunate) Goto clamped down Tosakinno Party (loyalist clique of Tosa) and carried out punishments of the members, including Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) of Zuizan TAKECHI.
  732. As the variety of tastes of ramen has increased, it is also used as a collective term for sauce including miso-dare (miso-based sauce) and shio-dare (salt-based sauce).
  733. As the venue had become too small to accommodate them all, the place was moved to a restaurant outside the theatre.
  734. As the vice general, he led the punitive expedition army to Ezo with SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro.
  735. As the villages in Tsukigase which were situated in deep valleys did not have enough land to grow crops, villagers could not afford to provide the government with the tribute rice which was strictly collected.
  736. As the war became intensified, the construction of such a large-scale port city began to change into the Kobe Imperial Headquarters plan, and was developed into the concept of transferring the capital to Kobe by 'digging twofold or threefold moats around Mt. Mekko-san, and building the Rikyu (Imperial Villa) to receive his Majesty.'
  737. As the war became worse, many tea shops were forced to be closed.
  738. As the war ended with victory on the side of the main branch of the originator of the Shimazu family, the Hongo clan succeeded in recovering their place of connection, Miyakonojo.
  739. As the war situation worsened Konoe developed his own plans to end the war.
  740. As the war was prolonged, it became difficult to obtain new clothes with clothing coupons.
  741. As the warrior class separated from the Emperor and the aristocratic class and became a distinct entity in itself, it created the bakufu out of its search for a new method of government; this ushered in the age of feudal government in Japan.
  742. As the waves get higher while they talk the fisherman tells the retainer not to say such an unlucky thing.
  743. As the way of decoration there were three ways such as relief engraving, line drawing carving and coloring, and the coloring added to the relief engraving or line drawing carving was also concomitantly used.
  744. As the way the month is counted, for example, '一月' (the first month, indicating January) and '二月' (the second month, indicating February) shows the old habit of counting days, the moon and the calendar have a close mutual relationship.
  745. As the weak operations of the Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., were brought to light by the withdrawal from the Echizen Main Line, all the shares of the Eizan Electric Railway were sold to the Keihan Electric Railway in 2002 (which was supposedly a remedy taken by the parent company, the Keihan Electric Railway).
  746. As the weight standards of drugs, 1 ryo was commonly equalized with 4 monme (that is, 1 smaller ryo), but occasionally, 1 ryo was equalized with 4 monme and 4 bu, or 5 monme for some drugs.
  747. As the whereabouts of the 100 ryo and the noted sword 'Koshinmaru' keep changing, the complicated personal relationships around the three Kichisa begin to be revealed.
  748. As the wife of Masanari was the older sister of Sadakatsu MATSUDAIRA, the lord of the Kuwana Domain, Masanari's son, Masatoki Genemon HATTORI, also worked for the Kuwana Domain.
  749. As the wife pounds the kinuta, she begins to be carried away by the strength of her feelings and starts to dance to the emotionally-rich poetic verse chanted by the jiutai.
  750. As the wind blows down from Mukoyama (present-day Mt. Rokko) and their boat is being swept further out from shore, a retainer worries that the boat has been possessed by a monster.
  751. As the word "Makunouchi-bento" has a history of several hundred years, there are various theories as to its detailed definition and features.
  752. As the word "National" implies, about 300,000 general citizens attended the funeral, and many citizens not only at the site but also on the streets stood and regretted parting with Okuma.
  753. As the word "Otomo" is said to mean "Grand Tomonomiyatsuko" (the chief of various departments at the Imperial Court), the Otomo clan presumably controlled various other clans.
  754. As the word "republic" shows, these temple and shrine powers and sokoku ikki (riot of the whole province) built autonomy with high economic and military powers.
  755. As the word "shogun," its commander-in-chief, was first mentioned in 729, it is assumed that an institution equivalent to the Chinju-fu was established in some area in Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly the Kanto region) in the early Nara period.
  756. As the word 'Toro' is not clearly defined in terms of types of meat, sellers use the word 'Toro' as a tool of sales promotion strategies because Toro tuna meat has the image of luxury food.
  757. As the word 'suribachijo' (shape of suribachi) shows, it is shaped like an inverted circular cone, which is narrow at one end, has sloping sides, and is round at the other end.
  758. As the word Kimono '着物' generally covers the whole sense of clothing to be described later, Wafuku '和服' is preferred to differentiate Japanese clothing from other clothing.
  759. As the word, 'Hayabiki' (quick search) in the name suggests, it aimed to make looking-up words quicker by completely eliminating the classification by category and adopting search by the number of kana instead.
  760. As the works of these hachidai-doji, the statue in Koyasan Kongobu-ji Temple Fudo-do (a national treasure) is well known.
  761. As the world became settled, the pilgrimage came to be aimed mainly to gain benefit in this world instead of salvation in the afterlife, and also came to contain the purpose of sightseeing.
  762. As the writer, TAIRA no Nobunori, was Tokiko's uncle, the reliability of this article is quite high.
  763. As the younger sister of Sowa married Mitsumasa KOIDE, the lord of Toki Domain in Izumi Province and a Sowa's disciple, Sowa-ryu school was practiced in Toki Domain as well as in Takayama Domain.
  764. As theatrical performances including Kabuki became popular and players clothing were printed in colored woodblock prints, the common people began to wear more luxurious clothes.
  765. As their families were admitted as bushi because of their ancestors' military renown, they were proud of their family line or famous ancestors.
  766. As their family profession, the family served as performers of sacred music and dance at shrines.
  767. As their main trade names, Ise shonin used those such as 'Ise-ya' (store Ise), 'Tanba-ya' (store Tanba) and so on.
  768. As their married life was so happy, Orihime ceased to weave cloth and Natsuhiko ceased to raise cows after marriage.
  769. As their performances became more popular among ordinary people, groups of Sarugaku players were organized in many locations.
  770. As their position was maintained with support by kokujin, their standpoint was a very weak one.
  771. As their service life is said to be more than 100 years and they are strong enough to keep its shape without breaking apart even if they are thrown, they have a feature to protect the things kept inside easily even when it is roughly handled in the event of an emergency such as a fire.
  772. As their social standing was low, they were discriminated.
  773. As there are many bathing beaches and there are tourist sites like Mikatagoko Lake along the line, the line is regarded as one of resorts and tourism line, but it is also used as the line of commuters and some sections are very crowded in the morning and evening.
  774. As there are many events taking place in the Imperial court on the New Year's day, the banquet was moved to January 5 since 1872 and named "Shinnen Enkai."
  775. As there are many vibrantly formed examples, it is thought that there are many chances for displaying suichu prominently.
  776. As there are many volcanoes in Japan, there are many volcanic hot springs and many legends or mythologies related to hot springs have been passed down.
  777. As there are no definite standards or definitions, it is impossible to name specific sources or supporting data.
  778. As there are no direct pressure of a string and little strain on a thumb, it is appropriate for shooting lots of arrows.
  779. As there are some consumers who feel a 'lack of taste,' various efforts for improvement have been made to respond to increased trace-sugar needs.
  780. As there are some people who feel canned coffee tastes different from usually-served coffee, effort to improve the taste is always being made to meet their expectations.
  781. As there are too many hibutsu in Japan, it is impossible to list them all here; we limit them to those that are well-known, including the ones designated as national treasures.
  782. As there are various views on the date of Shaka's death, the period of Mappo is not defined clearly.
  783. As there are various views on the origin of the name, it is also written 'なごや帯' instead of '名古屋帯.'
  784. As there had been a large outflow of rice to Tsushima before the conclusion of the treaty, Korea proposed the prohibition of the export and import of rice and grain, but Japan overcame the opposition from Korea successfully.
  785. As there had been a strong opposition against separation, installation, abolition and amalgamation of Gun, it was not until 1899 when Gunsei was revised so that Gunsei became effective in all the prefectures.
  786. As there had existed excellent works and many readers who preferred them, the reception of "The Tale of Genji" became a factor in the establishment of succeeding novels.
  787. As there had existed no precedent for someone who had been given a family name (a practice which had the effect of stripping a son of an emperor of his title as Prince, and removing him from the line of candidates eligible to inherit the throne) to become Emperor, Emperor Koko reinstated Sadami as Prince from his deathbed, and passed away on that same day.
  788. As there is a great variety of confectionery in modern times, there is also a tendency to enjoy its flavor first, and to relieve hunger with it until the next regular meal.
  789. As there is another opinion that Kai no Yusha was one of personal followers of the Otomo clan originated from Otomo-be (a group in Otomo, served Yamato Dynasty) and happened to be from Kai Province, the truth is still unknown.
  790. As there is no record of Shikeshimaro found, it is assumed that he died in Tosa Province, but Kawatsugu, supposed to be his brother, appeared in the historical book as if replacing Shikeshimaro, so that some theories claim that the two of them were the same person.
  791. As there is no rule on the number of Omodama, the number is decided depending on the size of beads, and the nenju that is composed of 18 to 27 beads are generally used.
  792. As there is no ticket collection at Otokoyama-sanjo Station, tickets are handled at the lower Yawatashi Station for both up and down trains; the fare is subtracted from Kansai Thru passes at this time.
  793. As there is only one tram, and as the carriage management unit does not have maintenance facilities along the business line, the tram is sometimes sent to parent company JR West's rail yard for maintenance and inspection during the winter off-season.
  794. As there is the term of sakaya banryu, sakaya established before long a strong private network by effectively using its general trading house-like features.
  795. As there was a good publishing system such as an advanced printing technology and the system of payments for manuscripts, Yomihon gained many readers.
  796. As there was a rumor at that time that a drunk Kuroda had killed his wife, Tokyo Metropolitan Police commissioner Toshiyoshi KAWAJI exhumed the body of Sei and confirmed that she had died due to illness.
  797. As there was no clear legal rule, control and management of manors were not stable and depended on the authority of the lord of the manor.
  798. As there was no crown prince, the Ohatsube clan was established as mikoshiro (a clan who belongs to the imperial court) to pass on the name of Emperor Buretsu to later generations.
  799. As there was no one to perform the ceremony and give him an adult name, he named himself GENKURO Yoshitsune.
  800. As there was no successor in the Shinshu-kibe school at the time, he entered the head temple, Kinshoku-ji Temple at the age of 17 and succeeded to the position of 20th Head Priest.
  801. As there was some illiterate population in those days, those who did not know their letters were allowed to draw three and a half lines to substitute the body of the letter.
  802. As there was the possibility that Yoshisada had become the Emperor's enemy, the Emperor Godaigo abdicated the throne in favor of Imperial Prince Tsuneyoshi, delegating his authority to Imperial PrinceTsuneyoshi and Imperial Prince Takayoshi, turning their forces into the Imperial army, and went down from Mt. Hiei.
  803. As there were Buddhist priests' groups outside of Japan that organized priests into armed groups, such as Suzan Shorin-ji Temple (Mountain Sung Shaolin Temple), the term Sohei sometimes refers to such armed religious groups in broad terms.
  804. As there were no clear criteria, it changed throughout history, according to the ups and downs of the shrines.
  805. As there were only three rolls ("miwa," literally "three rings") of thread left on the spool, the place where the other end of the thread was found got the name of 'Miwa.'
  806. As there were periods of time when Michinaga didn't keep a diary, not all of the crucial issues of his political attitudes and intentions could have been written in it.
  807. As these anecdotes are not typical stories for a military commander during the Sengoku Period, they are highly likely to be true.
  808. As these building restrictions based on social standing were abolished in the Meiji Period, installing tokonoma in ordinary houses became common.
  809. As these examples indicate, 'makurakotoba' and 'himakura' have almost the same meaning.
  810. As these facts indicate, the former kaizoku shu were forced to organize themselves into suigun under daimyo's power, whose top was the Toyotomi clan.
  811. As these functions have been empirically recognized from the old days, the most powerful examples have been handed down by oral traditions as mysterious power.
  812. As these handicrafts of Kyo-shikki were used as presents between daimyos (Japanese territorial lords) and spread all over Japan, they have influenced the origin and manufacture process of the other local lacquerware.
  813. As these knitted products show foot shapes clearly, it was strongly considered that they were not suitable for being worn with formal attire in the past.
  814. As these regions have produced hand-stretched noodles since long ago, hand-stretched Udon noodles are also produced in addition to hand-stretched Somen noodles and hand-stretched Hiyamugi noodles.
  815. As these rules were succeeded after the repeal of "Jogan-shiki Code" (Code issued in the Jogan era), Daijokan was entrusted to make many decisions on the duties related to Minbu-sho thereafter.
  816. As these shrines in Taiwan were all demolished after defeat in the war, he is now enshrined at Yasukuni-jinja Shrine.
  817. As these trains have to run in concordance with the velocity of the local train running ahead, the required time between Moriguchishi Station and Kyobashi Station is two or three minutes longer than that of the trains going on the track for express trains.
  818. As these treaties were scheduled to be negotiated for the revision from 1872, Iwakura Mission was dispatched to the United States and Europe in 1871.
  819. As these were included within the Boxer Protocol, they occurred due to strong demands from each of the powerful nations.
  820. As these were nominal money of which the breadth of profit gained by minting was big, minting without official permission was accelerated, and those minted coins included many inferior quality coins such as silver coins with gold plating, silver coins which contained much ink and lead, and so on.
  821. As they also served as a storehouse, yagura where hoshiii (dried cooked rice, dry provisions) was stored might be called Hoshiii Yagura, where hatasashi-mono (battle flags) were stored might be called Hata Yagura, and where rifles were stored might be called Teppo Yagura.
  822. As they are associated with white hair, they symbolize a long-lasting harmonious marriage.
  823. As they are sugar free, they are good for the deer.
  824. As they became popular, the pilgrimage spread almost throughout Honshu (the main island of Japan), Shikoku, and Kyushu, but was not widely accepted in areas where the Jodo Shinshu sect (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) was dominant.
  825. As they both rose in arms to take this man, the dispute almost developed into a battle according to "Chuyuki" (the diary written by FUJIWARA no Munetada).
  826. As they didn't have a child, Shoyo adopted his older brother Giei's third son Shiko TSUBOUCHI (former personnel of Takarazuka Revue and theater critic), but dissolved the adoption afterward.
  827. As they die because of their weakness to the cold when they are stored in the refrigerator, their commodity value further deteriorates.
  828. As they differ from business or administrative bodies, tourism volunteer guide organizations do not have a definite objective (mission) or rules and procedures in place to achieve this mission.
  829. As they engaged in lobbying the Imperial Court, anti-shogunate samurai were focusing their attention to how to make the Imperial Court manipulate the Tokugawa Shogunate.
  830. As they fight, the written order accidentally falls from the second floor.
  831. As they get rid of rats, they spread as alley cats throughout the country without being hated by citizens.
  832. As they go through the nijiriguchi, they first see the Tokonoma.
  833. As they got older they became shy about seeing each other, and they ended up distancing themselves from each other.
  834. As they grew up, many Kosho demonstrated brilliant performances as a close retainers to their lords.
  835. As they have a talk, the rice is ready to eat, but when they are having a meal, Sakae Gozen, wife of Sozen YAMANA (corresponds to Sakai Uta no Kami) who is Kanrei (shogunal deputy) and supports the rebellious retainers, comes along with sweets and offers them to Tsuruchiyo.
  836. As they look exquisite, they are often used as patterns in Japanese clothes, particularly the torikabuto used in Seigaiha (a play of gagaku).
  837. As they reached Hikami District, it began to rain heavily at dusk and they set up camp at a nearby temple.
  838. As they served boiled buckwheat noodles in the evening by blowing a whistle, they were called 'Yonaki (night cry) soba.'
  839. As they took no account of the profit for the brewery's honor, the brewed sake can become as much high-class as it is.
  840. As they used another surname "Muromachi", this lineage of the Takatsukasa family was called the Muromachi family.
  841. As they were also meant to protect the bride from ill fortune, it was commended to furnish the wedding trousseau with the most grand and beautiful doll.
  842. As they were being established as art music, jiuta, so-kyoku and kokyu-gaku each came to retain their own musical composition; each of them became established as a different genre of music.
  843. As they were called by "using silver by kamigata (kinki region including Kyoto and Osaka)", chogin and mameitagin were used not only in western Japan centering around Osaka but also along Sea of Japan in Hokuriku and Tohoku region.
  844. As they were called clothes for decisive battle, they must be worn unconditionally.'
  845. As they were engaged in farm working, many of them were robust and had aptitude for group work, accordingly they were considered to have been high-leveled soldiers.
  846. As they were limited to the family of kanrei (deputy to the shogun) and the influential shugo daimyo, became a valuable social status, also reflected in the office organization inside the bakufu, were given the order of precedence after the kanrei.
  847. As they were not good in quality as compiled historical materials of those days, nor exactness can hardly be expected in the descriptions of Kiki, if the described matters were basically before Emperor Keitai.
  848. As they were overwhelmed by the sheer number, there was not an option for them to attack.
  849. As they were related to the Fujiwara clan, they also called themselves the 'Rokujo-Fuji family.'
  850. As they were required to leave detailed diaries which recorded historical precedents for future reference, the Kajuji/Kanjuji ryu were called "the family of diaries," and a number of diaries by the heads of the various families are still in existence today.
  851. As they were running out of provisions, in order to boost the morale of soldiers, a night raid was conducted to Fort Kamo which troops of Nobutada ODA defended immediately after New Year's days in 1579.
  852. As they were victorious, he built Shitenno-ji Temple (Tennoji Ward, Osaka City) in Osaka, Settsu Province as the first official temple in Japan.
  853. As they worshipped 'Shinno no kami' (Shennong God) which was originally introduced as the god of business from Chinese Civilization to be a Shinto deity, and often used own code words, tekiya are called Shinno within certain circles.
  854. As things did not go his way with the Min family who were his maternal relatives and Qing at the helm, Gojong readily accepted this measures for modernization.
  855. As this also is a very rough guide, a small brewery in general produces 500 koku annually and a large brewery more than 5,000 koku.
  856. As this anthology is something like a diary and ended in May, 1073, it is assumed that she died after that time.
  857. As this area has the proper conditions for growing buckwheat and to utilize the increased farm land as part of the national comprehensive agricultural land development project, buckwheat cultivation began in 1992 and, as a consequence, soba restaurants started to open.
  858. As this area is near a sightseeing spot, the temple receives many visitors and there are many people who pray for the souls of Hidetsugu, his family, and retainers.
  859. As this area was the base of the kingdom, the political power that arose from this area was named the Yamato Kingdom.
  860. As this article suggests, he repeatedly read Seigetsu's haiku and he was growing a deep attachment to it.
  861. As this became a custom, from Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA to the 15th Shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, Jugo was given to the Ashikaga Shogun family.
  862. As this book has many parts where indecent and shameful behaviors are written about, I feel no hesitation to judge it as something harmful to the mind of people and besmirches moral teachings.' (the September 1901 issue of 'Uta no hana' [the flowers of poetry])
  863. As this cultivar's price setting is comparatively higher than 'Nakate' (intermediate between 'wase', early-grown cultivar and 'okute,' late grown cultivar) and Futsu-unshu (literally, ordinary unshu), some switch to this cultivar from them in some regions.
  864. As this cultural fashion was generalized to Kabuki actors, the item branched into Haimyo (a pen name of the haiku poet), which later developed into a name used by current actors.
  865. As this episode has no supporting information from other materials, it is not known whether or not it actually happened.
  866. As this episode is mentioned only in books of the narration books and not in books in the yomihon, it is not certain that Tokitada was actually called so, but in the articles for July 2, 1179, in "Hyakurensho" and "Sankaiki," it is recorded that he cut off the right hands of 12 robbers.
  867. As this fact indicates, the kingdom looked inland, and there were not many instances where the kingdom directly developed its own full-fledged navy to advance abroad.
  868. As this god never acts alone but is always with Onamuchi, there are age-old arguments over the relations between these two gods.
  869. As this highway was relatively flat, it has been used as a major traffic route till today, which is currently designated as National Route 25.
  870. As this incident was reported in the section of July 2 (old calender), this may have happened around in or on this date.
  871. As this is the case, Nobunaga, Nobuyuki ODA, Nobukane and Hidetaka ODA are considered to have been her brothers with the same mother.
  872. As this is used in an emergency when comedians cannot think of anything else to provoke laughter, it is considered a low quality punch line among comedians.
  873. As this license is in accordance with prefectural ordinances, even when a person is licensed in one prefecture, he or she often finds the license invalid in another.
  874. As this man is guarding the Takiguchi, that is the eastern gate of the seiryoden, he strikes the bow with an arrow stirringly and shouts repeatedly: 'Be aware of fires!,' and then leaves for the house of the caretaker.
  875. As this method was used before the invention of the bayonet and the fusiliers who shot were not good war potentials, they are said to have retreated.
  876. As this pagoda is in front of the Romon and is also facing to the south of the Hondo, it is the main object of worship for most people who visit this temple.
  877. As this preiod is during the time of Masachika's tenure, it is conjectured that they could have been brother but there is no clear evidence to support this theory.
  878. As this process shows, Muneie was a Court noble with an origin in the Sanjo family from the Fujiwara clan, and had no blood tie with the Kojima clan.
  879. As this rebellion had repercussions in various regions in Harima Province, Hideyoshi had to attack Miki-jo Castle occupied by the Bessho clan before he could turn his attention to anything else (the Battle of Miki).
  880. As this shrine enjoys quite high popularity among people related to show business, many celebrities from Tokyo and other districts nationwide visit the shrine.
  881. As this shrine is reportedly on a historic spot of the Yosa-no-miya Shrine, even after Amaterasu Omikami was transferred, the shrine has been venerated as the remains of Ise-jingu Naiku, and the shrine building was constructed at the time of Empress Genmei (707 - 715).
  882. As this shrine is reportedly on the historic spot of the Moto Ise 'Yosa no miya shrine in Tanba' ("Yamatohime no mikoto seiki"), its title is 'Moto-ise,' and also called 'Moto Ise Kotai-jingu Shrine' or 'Motoise Naiku Shrine' because of the tradition that this shrine is the origin of the Kodai-jingu Shrine.
  883. As this skinning process required expertise, only a limited number of professionals and processing factories were able to do it.
  884. As this sort of troubles continuously occurred, TV gossip shows and sports papers reported almost everyday the incidents of double-booking, last minute cancellation, late arrival and early leaving and criticized Izumi family's management and looseness in a sense of time.
  885. As this strategy worked successfully, the government army became advantageous and the Satsuma army retreated.
  886. As this technique was necessary to hunt and live, many horse-based societies were good at doing kisha on the continent.
  887. As this transmission lacks a supporting evidence, it is not considered much credible.
  888. As this two story building has been drastically altered, during the investigation for cultural property designation in 1957, the judgment on that building was deferred.
  889. As this type of Senko is used when visiting graves, it is also called Yasenko (field Senko) because it is used outdoors.
  890. As this type of hot springs has a high moisturizing effect, they are effective for warming the body as well as for anemia.
  891. As this unique heridetry title, Kudara (meaning King) shows, the clan was seen as the symbol of what used to be Baekje.
  892. As this vending machine came into wide use, canned coffee, that had been considered a summer drink became a year-round product, and this considerably expanded the market.
  893. As this volume was the most common after the last half of the 1980s, the occasion for this can being called a short can have been decreasing.
  894. As this waka event used unprecedented subject matter, it was organized in the form of utaawase and Yoshinari YOTSUTSUJI and Tadatsugu MATSUDONO served as liaison between Yoshimoto and participants.
  895. As this was already explained, we will begin to take the point of view of a local lord, but the incidents of this Soma-mikuriya (private estate of Soma ranch) and Oba no mikuriya (private estate of Oba ranch) indicated that donation of manors did not always provide security.
  896. As this was hard to endure for Hitokoto nushi, he slandered EN no Gyoja by informing that EN no Gyoja was planning a rebellion against the Emperor and he was captured after having his mother taken in hostage and sent to the Izu-oshima Island.
  897. As this was popular, they place the faucet at the terminal building of Matsuyama Airport on every third Sunday from June 2008.
  898. As this was repeated Hoderi surrendered, and he said he would serve Hoori and protect him day and night.
  899. As this was seen to be unfair imposition on the peasants, there are some cases of these estimates resulting in revolts.
  900. As this was the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States), men often wear armor and participate in samurai processions.
  901. As this was true even for trains with 2 cars, trains bound for Kurama returned to their former length of 2 cars throughout the day.
  902. As though he was following his father, however, he died of disease in 1541, two years after him.
  903. As time advanced, aspects of utagaki fest as a meeting for magical belief, preliminary celebration, and gratitude for production became weaker than ever and gradually formed its characteristics as an event for courtship among unmarried persons.
  904. As time advances, the area of long rain is shifted gradually to the north.
  905. As time further passed, most nobles and samurai were descendants of Fujiwara no Asomi, Minamoto no Asomi and Taira no Asomi.
  906. As time has passed, the number of people with the skill to bring out the special traditional atmosphere (hare) of tekiya has decreased, leading some people to yearn for them.
  907. As time passed and a unified authority appeared, technological integration occurred, and the Masugata and Umadashi styles both gradually spread throughout Japan.
  908. As time passed and memories of the disasters faded, 'Tenjin-sama,' who was enshrined in various parts of Japan to suppress curses, became worshipped as a god of literature since Michizane was a brilliant scholar as well as a poet.
  909. As time passed and small temples were built within the grounds of larger temples, these became inhabited but these were limited to a single Zen monk per building.
  910. As time passed into the Edo period, deep-fried fish and seafood only were called 'tempura', and deep-fried vegetables were called Shojin-age in order to distinguish it from tempura.
  911. As time passed, however, the original meaning of chinju gami was forgotten, chinju gami and jinushi gami were confused with each other, and they as a result were syncretized.
  912. As time passed, however, the teachings of Ikko Shunsho became mixed up with the teachings of Odorinenbutsu which Ippen had established, and these teachings became further confused with the Jodo Shinshu sect founded by Shinran.
  913. As time passed, kariginu came to be used as formal clothes, and became a formal dress for samurai of Jushiinoge jiju (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade Chamberlain) and shosidai (local governor) classes, next to hitatare (court dress).
  914. As time passed, shokan started to become samurai, and from the Kamakura period and on, the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) appointed shokan to jito (managers and lords of a manor).
  915. As time passed, the New Year's greeting spread among common people, and in the Edo period express messengers (hikyaku) delivered the notes.
  916. As time passed, the extracted component of mirin was gradually increased to create modern hon mirin which became adopted as a general household ingredient after the Second World War.
  917. As time passed, the range of bushi class was expanded and jizamurai (local samurai) with positions lower than samurai were also considered bushi while the term samurai began to indicate upper class bushi.
  918. As time passed, the relationship between Goshirakawa and the Taira clan entered into a kind of balanced condition.
  919. As time passes alpha starch returns to beta starch (deterioration of starch) and becomes hard.
  920. As time passes from registration, the environment and the landscape has deteriorated, and consequently, a plan for additional registration of Heritage sites around Kyoto City is being promoted.
  921. As time passes, umamawari (guard) who were staying in different places in Kyoto came one by one, and the success of the revolt became doubtful.
  922. As time went by, the part, sometimes, switched alternatively to the pro protagonists, or might be performed by some specialist called the "pro Noh chorus" during some transitional period and now, it has assumed the present form.
  923. As time went by, when it became apparent the Northern Court and the Muromachi bakufu were in the superior position, the Southern Court started looking for an agreement.
  924. As times changed, "Tsuchigumo" took root as a word to mean a monster.
  925. As times passed, however, and human beings expanded their sphere of life into mountainous regions, the concept of wolves attacking domestic animals spread.
  926. As times went by, temples other than Shoryaku-ji Temple began to use Bodai-moto for their own soboshu, and sake brewers that inherited the brewing method of soboshu from Nara temples did the same.
  927. As times went by, the size of 1 sho became larger, and at present, the quantity of 1 sho is roughly 10 times the size of the original.
  928. As title, it is also called Shogun-go (title of General).
  929. As to 'Chugoku Ogaeshi' of Hideyoshi, there is a suspicion that he could not go back to Kyoto so quickly without any preparation, whatever an excellent warlord he was.
  930. As to Bunpobon owned by Mito Shoko-kan, a facsimile edition has been released by Oiko-shoin Publishing.
  931. As to Chinese characters of sushi, '鮓' was used in Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area), but '鮨' was used in Edo.
  932. As to Emakimono, the existing oldest works are those produced around the 12th centuries such as the "Genji Monogatari Emaki," and there were no existing narrative paintings produced before the 11th century, and it is a pity that the reality of this situation and the history of its style are not clear.
  933. As to Ita-fu, those formed into sheets and toasted, 'Shonai-fu' (fu of the Shonai district) in Shonai Town, Yamagata Prefecture are well known.
  934. As to Karacho, please refer to the Website.
  935. As to a dispute how to read '豊臣秀吉', see the article of 'TOYOTOMI clan'.
  936. As to amenokaeshiya, see the section of the "Kojiki" in the article of 'Arrow.'
  937. As to any relationship with the Nan-Dynasty, it is well known that the five kings of Wa were in a sakuho (homage to the Chinese emperor) relationship with Nan-Dynasty.
  938. As to armed forces, all officers and soldiers who are not in engagement are returned home as their leave and camps and bases are closed.
  939. As to bicycles parked on the roads illegally, Kyoto City hitherto had management of removing those bicycles by 'the Kyoto City Prevention Act against Parked Bicycle and Other Vehicles'.
  940. As to disputes over the Penal Code and the Commercial Code, see Penal Code or Commercial Code, respectively.
  941. As to eating rice, rice having 70% or higher seiryu-buai is classified as itto-mai (first-class rice), that having 60% or higher seiryu-buai is classified as nito-mai (second-class rice), and that having 45% or higher seiryu-buai is classified as santo-mai (third-class rice).
  942. As to his works, there is a collection of his Chinese style poetry) entitled, "Hosshoji Kanpaku shu", and a collection of his other poetical works entitled, "Tadamichi shu."
  943. As to ingredient descriptions, it has been stipulated by the Quality Labeling Standards for Processed Foods that ingredients be listed in descending order of the amount used in the concerned product.
  944. As to its lyric, see the article on Utaimono (謡物).
  945. As to misu, there are oi-misu (a covering bamboo blind) hung outside and uchi-zu (a bamboo blind hung inside) (内簾) hung inside.
  946. As to personnel affairs, they were often changed.
  947. As to production of hon-kuzu, because of the aging of those who dig the roots of kudzu plant and decrease of natural resource, the ratio of the China-made powder available in Japan is currently increasing.
  948. As to remarkable works, there are: 'Kurenai Tennyo' (deep-red heavenly maiden) which is a spin-off work from a cartoon 'Garasu no Kamen' (glass mask) by Suzue MIUCHI; 'Giselle' which is an adaptation of a modern ballet work of the same name; etc.
  949. As to shogi, he referred it throughout almost the entire diary, and was more enthusiastic in playing shogi than playing go.
  950. As to teaiwari (handicaps), Nihon Ki-in discussed a matter of admitting KARIGANE's dan-i (dan grading), however KARIGANE chose tagai-sen.
  951. As to the Emperor Jinmu, it is not written in the year of his enthronement but the year when he began his Eastern expedition.
  952. As to the Emperor Keitai, it is described in the first and the 25th year of his enthronement.
  953. As to the Emperor Suizei, it is described both in the year of Emperor Jinmu's death before enthronement (即位前紀) and the first year of his enthronement.
  954. As to the Emperor Tenmu, it is described in the second year of his enthronement instead of the first year.
  955. As to the Empress Jingu, it is described in the first, 13th and 69th year of Sessho (regent).
  956. As to the Hoji battle, it remains unknown.
  957. As to the Japanese picture method, most were painted on silk and paper.
  958. As to the Satsuma Domain, more than nineteen people went to England to study.
  959. As to the Sorin, all parts were carved in the following order, roban (dew basin at the bottom of a pagoda finial), fukubachi (inverted bowl-shaped part of a pagoda finial), horin (a part of the finial on top of a pagoda), and hoju (sacred gem).
  960. As to the Yumiya with spiritual power, see the description of Amenowakahiko in the following section of 'Gods and Yumiya.'
  961. As to the age of Akae, "Kugyobunin" (directory of court nobles) has 'the age of fifty' written following his banishment in September 672.
  962. As to the areas near Soya Subprefecture in the north of Ezochi, he adopted the survey results by Rinzo MAMIYA (1780-1844), his pupil in surveying.
  963. As to the authorship of the written records, Fumihiko GOMI considers that it is mainly attributed to two commissioner of the grant of honors, Morokazu NAKAHARA, and Mototsuna GOTO, who was also a military commissioner in the previously mentioned Jokyu Disturbance.
  964. As to the background of this movement, there was a strong intention of his father, Emperor Reigen who worked hard to restore the events of the Imperial Palace and the movement to restore the monarchy.
  965. As to the birth of sobakiri in Japan, however, since there is a historical document predating 1706, some contradict the opinion that Motoyama soba was original.
  966. As to the character in this age, see the article on Kubera.
  967. As to the contemporary poets, poems by Emperor Gokomatsu takes third place (26 poems), and the man who proposed the compilation of Sin Shoku Kokin Yoshinori ASHIKAGA (18 poems) and commander Gohanazono in (12 poems) were taken seriously.
  968. As to the descriptions about Jisho-Juei War, preciseness of information in the fourth record depends on whether they are directly related to Kamakura or not.
  969. As to the development of ginjoshu after that, see the section of 'the spread of ginjoshu.'
  970. As to the differences, 'appendix' is written in Rennyo-bon after Kojo but it is not written in Eisho-bon.
  971. As to the distance from Kusatsu Station to Nagoya Station, it is shorter to go through Yokkaichi Station from the Kusatsu Line than through Maibara Station.
  972. As to the editor of Kaifuso, the most popular opinion has been that it was the great grandson of Emperor Kobun OMI no Mifune and while other people such as ISONOKAMI no Yakatsugu and FUJIWARA no Yoshio were also considered, it remains inconclusive.
  973. As to the end of Yoriie, it is certain that it was depicted in an untruthful way.
  974. As to the factors by which multicolor printing was made possible, it is pointed out that "Kento" (guide marks) were introduced to mark the points for overprinting, and that strong, high-quality Japanese papers that withstood multiple-color printing became available.
  975. As to the fall of the Ouchi clan whom Hiroaki MIGITA served later, it was transferred to Motoharu KIKKAWA, a son of Motonari MORI, and it has since been handed down in the Kikkawa family.
  976. As to the guardian of Hideyori, it can be said that it was because Hideyori was a descendant of the Oda family that Toshiie undertook it, and his faithfulness seemed to be directed at the Oda family, if anything.
  977. As to the history of Yumiya in Japan, see the section on the Japanese bow.
  978. As to the length of a degree of the meridian, he calculated it was 28.2-ri (about 110.74km), a quite accurate figure compared even with today's measurements.
  979. As to the major work "Fugaku sanju rokkei," refer to the section that describes it.
  980. As to the matter of Ryoo's petition in the previous year, the new Rinoji-No-Miya, Shuzen Hosshinno (later, he called himself as Tenshin Hosshinno [Cloistered Imperial Prince Tenshin]), and the prefectural governor of Toei-zan Ryoo, each gave their consent to Ryoo.
  981. As to the method of sake brewing, in addition to the conventional katahaku using polished white rice for only kakemai, morohaku using for both kakemai and kojimai appeared and its elegant flavor became popular.
  982. As to the missing parts, a plausible rumor circulated during the Edo period that Ieyasu TOKUGAWA hid the part in question because the last days of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo were miserable so he thought 'we shouldn't put dishonor to a famous general.'
  983. As to the origin of the name "Juraku," there is a description of 'the place for gathering (ju) songs and dances (raku) for longevity' in "Jurakudai Gyoko-ki" (The Diary of Visit to Jurakudai) written by Hideyoshi's aide, Yuko OMURA, one of "Tensho-ki" (The Diary of Tensho).
  984. As to the other side of the paper, it is the same as the Sasaki book.
  985. As to the point of location, the bulletin was read not only by the people around Tokyo but also by jinshi (a person of high social standing and cultured) in various places of Japan such as Osaka, Hiroshima and Aomori.
  986. As to the present "Classic Pants" made by Mitsukoshi, because the company which had delivered them to Mitsukoshi withdrew from manufacturing them in 2001, As Corporation took over manufacturing them.
  987. As to the quality of the material, medical gauze is used for many of T-jitai.
  988. As to the reason for Naoharu's death, there is a theory of poisoning and another theory of disease.
  989. As to the reason for the burning of Negoro-ji Temple, there is a theory that the people there set burned it by themselves, and another that Hideyoshi ordered it set ablaze and another that a soldier set fire without any order or by negligence.
  990. As to the reason, some say that Emperor Junnin was already captured by the ex-emperor's side, others say that having gave up on Nakamaro, Emperor Junnin was trying to reconcile with the ex-emperor's side.
  991. As to the reign of Shogun Yoritomo since then, Yukimasa NIKAIDO's written records are considered to be the most likely source material for the foundation of "Azuma Kagami" at this time, although FUJIWARA no Toshikane also appears a lot as a senior officer of writing in the book.
  992. As to the religious denomination, there was a strong repression from Mt. Hiei-zan Enryaku-ji Temple, which was the main temple of Seiren-in Temple.
  993. As to the rice for sake brewing, Yamadanishiki, which was crossed between general-purpose rice and Omachi in 1923 and designated as a recommendable variety by Hyogo Prefecture in 1936, topped the list in kanpyokai.
  994. As to the speed of the accomplishment of Buddhism, Daruma said that a person whose mind was already filled with Buddhism could reach it early while a person who practiced gradually after having an aim could reach it late, and that there was a long distance of a million kalpa (the longest time unit in the ancient India) between them.
  995. As to the three Fudo mentioned above, they appeared in topography of the Edo Period but there was no mention of any connection between them and Tenkai.
  996. As to the translation of the original "Hakkenden" into other languages, a partial translation into English by Donald Keene is well known, but a complete translation has not been conducted or published yet in spite of personal attempts at translation by researchers of Japanese literature.
  997. As to the type of car used for operation, the second letter is based on the type of freight car of Japan National Railways (JNR), and the type 'Dewa (デワ)' also existed during the Keifuku era.
  998. As to the type of car used for passenger service, the second letter of katakana 'na (ナ)' stands for 'nakagata,' meaning a middle size, whereas 'o (オ)' stands for 'ogata,' meaning a large size.
  999. As to the words related to arrow, see the article of 'Arrow' (weapon).
  1000. As to the words related to bow, see the article of 'Bow' (weapon).

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