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  1. As to this theory, the premise collapses in the case of 'one kanmon = 100 mon' in "Japanese Customary Practice of Counting" written and edited by Harutake IIKURA (published by Seishun Publishing Co., Ltd. in 2007).
  2. As to what you call 'Chugoku Ogaeshi', preparation for travels to meet Nobunaga's relief columns only happened to yield results.
  3. As to whether it was compiled into its current single volume form by Koreyuki himself or by a later hand, there are theories supporting either view.
  4. As to which version was the earlier one, some theories say that the first version came into existence earlier and others that the second version was actually written first.
  5. As to/w/ in sounds other than WA-row sounds,/kwa/ remains but/kwi/ and/kwe/ seem to have been unified with/ki/ and/ke/ respectively.
  6. As top stars were lost and the number of performances dwindled, actors worried about their future and lost their motivation.
  7. As toshiyori (a retired wrestler who is a trustee of the Japan Sumo) Chiganoura, he devoted himself to train apprentices, but without significant result, he died at the age of 50.
  8. As trading with China increased in the Kamakura period, Chinese architectural styles were re-introduced into Japan.
  9. As tradition has it, Kumano-jinja Shrine which had been in a different place in Fuchu City was relocated to the present site in 1777.
  10. As tradition has it, however, he was unhappy because he was not given tea utensils, which he very much wanted.
  11. As tradition has it, the moment tall Kogoro held a bamboo sword over his head as he liked to do so, he 'overwhelmed those around him with his calm fighting sprit.'
  12. As traditional industries, there are noteworthy items mentioned below as well as Otsu paintings, Otsu abacus, Matsumoto-kawara roof tiles (sangawara, kanryakugawara), Zeze-yaki pottery and Konan-yaki pottery.
  13. As trains grew longer, this method of use was discontinued.
  14. As trains run mainly between Kyoto and Nishi-Akashi, their running distance sometimes exceed 100 km, which is relatively long among trains used for commuting.
  15. As two Hosho were members of Jokyoku of Giseikan, the status of Gijo, the Separation of Power, was merely nominal.
  16. As two gengo coexist in the same year of the western calendar, clerical handling becomes cumbersome in some cases.
  17. As two high officials of the clan were punished due to this incident, the power of the Southern House of the Fujiwara clan declined substantially.
  18. As uchimizu has the implication of purifying a place, which derives from Shinto religion, it is done at the front entrance etc. for the purpose of 'consideration for guests.'
  19. As uguisubari was designed so that weight can cause the floor to make a sound regardless of the way of walking, there were many limitations in daily use.
  20. As ujigami is written as a god of 'uji' (clan), it originally meant the ancestral or tutelary god enshrined by a ruling family in the area who formed a clan, ancient clanship.
  21. As ujo always lives together with cormorants, ujo and cormorants get along perfectly and cormorants catch ayu neatly.
  22. As ukai is mainly conducted for tourist attraction purpose at present, its actual fishing ground has become shorter.
  23. As ukai was a luxurious hobby of persons of power, it has been protected persons of power of the time.
  24. As understood from this, in the case of Noh, all of the Noh schools share the art of Noh while they differ in techniques for performing Noh dramas, from which each ryugi can be said to originate.
  25. As underwear which exposes the wearer's buttocks can be seen in Southeast Asia, Polynesia and Latin America, it is strongly believed that the rokushaku fundoshi has its origin in the south, and some people even insist that ancestors of Japanese people came from the south.
  26. As unohana (deutzia) blossoms bloom just in this period, it is called also "unohanakutashi," which hints the rain that spoils blossoms.
  27. As unpredictable as a woman could be, Oume, who was reluctant at first, soon went to see Serizawa willingly.
  28. As unroasted bean content for coffee served at coffee shops is understood to be approximately 10 g per one cup (100 to 150 ml), there were opinions prevailing that concentrations for the standard should be higher.
  29. As use of the dictionary became widespread, the Hepburn system of Romanization became known.
  30. As used in words like bangasa (coarse oilpaper umbrella) and obanzai (Kyoto-style home cooking), 'ban' has meaning as 'ordinary' or 'everyday,' and bancha was named as such to mean tea which is not high grade but rather drunk routinely.
  31. As usho always lives together with cormorants, usho and cormorants get along perfectly and cormorants catch sweetfishes neatly.
  32. As usho makes two cormorants act in pair in ukai, he usually makes same two cormorants act in pair in other places than that of ukai.
  33. As using a lot of spices is characteristic of Indian cuisine, many Indian dishes look like 'curry' to foreigners.
  34. As values were changed and the study of medieval history in a historical science progressed after the war, his character as a rebel was emphasized, such that Eiji YOSHIKAWA drew a different image of Masashige from that of prewar times in his book "Shihon Taihei ki".
  35. As various men come to Yoshiwara, Sukeroku plots to make the customers draw their swords by provoking a quarrel with them.
  36. As various studies say, "A Study of Azuma Kagami" (1889) written by Hisashi HOSHINO ranks "Azuma Kagami" as the essential historical material to understand the samurai system, laws, politics and economies, and it was seen as the beginning of the record of shogunate.
  37. As vassals of the Shogun, the role of Yonin had a high ranking cachet.
  38. As vice-commanders, OTOMO no Komaro and KIBI no Makibi were appointed.
  39. As viewed from above, the mokoshi is square and the pagoda is circular in the middle (although there are some exceptions).
  40. As volunteer guides operate ever more closely to areas worked by professional guides, they may encroach on their areas of operation and there is concern that the volunteer or low-fee sector will impede the fee-charging market.
  41. As wabicha (literally, "poverty tea style"; known as the tea ceremony) was established by Juko MURATA, Joo TAKENO, and SEN no Rikyu, tocha, which was regarded as a luxurious entertainment or gambling at the time, came to be excluded from Japanese tea ceremony.
  42. As wado (Japanese copper) was offered from Chichibu (Kuroya) in Musashi Province in 708, the Empress changed the name of an era into Wado and ordered the minting of Wado-kaichin coins.
  43. As war became continuous during the the Sengoku period, permanent facilities that allowed inhabitants to withstand long-term battls were built.
  44. As was Saigyo, Jiun was buried in Hirokawa-dera Temple.
  45. As was common at the time, Yorimichi kept a diary.
  46. As was described here, there were the upper hokumen and lower hokumen, and the upper (shau) were stationed in the two rooms in the court, and there were tenjobito (persons who were allowed to enter the Emperor's residence).
  47. As was mentioned above, the stipulation that limited the size of privately-owned land that was contained in "Shoku Nihongi" ("Chronicle of Japan Continued"), was deleted from "Ruijusandaikyaku" (rolls of assorted regulations from three reigns).
  48. As was mentioned at the start, the recipe of the gyudon in general is to 'slice beef and onions to the proper size, simmer them in a mixture of seasonings such as soy sauce, sugar and sweet sake, and put them on a bowl of rice.'
  49. As was mentioned earlier, in Takeda-related materials, these were described as `Yoshin shu' (Yoriko).
  50. As was mentioned in the beginning, there are many names applied to Dashi, so it becomes necessary to be careful to discern the types of Dashi correctly, since, on the one hand, the same kind of Dashi have different names depending upon the region, but at the same time the same names are used for different types.
  51. As was the case for Tokyo, Kyoto also consisted mostly of agricultural land until the pre-war era.
  52. As was the case in China, the term of service was three years, troops were dispatched from provincial legions, the term of service was often extended, and soldiers had to pay for their own food and weaponry.
  53. As was the case with "Shoku-Nihongi," short biographies called koden were added to the obituaries of the emperors and retainers of the Imperial Court, which was the same approach seen in the subsequent history books.
  54. As was the case with miso (bean paste), tofu was made communally in each village.
  55. As was the kuri, this was also constructed using funds donated by Takakage KOBAYAKAWA and underwent repairs in 2005.
  56. As was widely known, however, Asano gave up his duty and caused a tragic accident on March 14 when the most important ceremony for conveying the imperial reply was planned.
  57. As wasabi-flavored foods, chilled sweets (soft ice cream and ice cream) and rice biscuits (rice cookies and small rice cookies) are also sold.
  58. As we can see from the fact that he assumed the position of Kunaikyo from 1522 to 1537, he positively acted not only as an Onmyoji (Master of Yin yang), but also as a close advisor to then current Emperor Gonara.
  59. As we can see the sun going down between Odake and Medake, people have worshiped it as a holy mountain since ancient times.
  60. As we can surmise from his letters, he was nervous about his patronage from the shogunate in Edo, and went to great lengths to avoid getting involved with noble families in any capacity other than in his role in shoguate construction.
  61. As we can tell by the month in which it was performed, it is a drama to introduce the actors to the audience ("Kaomise Kyogen" in Japanese).
  62. As we cannot further continue such situations, you, the lord, go out to Amagasaki and negotiate with commanders of Chugoku Province and saigoku (western part of Japan, especially Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki), they would send reinforcement troops.
  63. As we debated the Jodoshu sect at Jogon-in Temple in Omi and lost the debate, Fuden, a monk in Kyoto, and a salt-seller Densuke were sentenced to death.
  64. As we have seen, some say most of the criticism towards Ogai on the beriberi issue is misdirected.
  65. As we have seen, the origin of these styles go back to ancient times, and the structure having sills under the posts are considered to be one of the oldest shrine architectural forms.
  66. As we have seen, the original forms of ceremonies were developed into the structures of romon, corridor, and heiden; on the other hand, a small size shrine, which was not big enough to have all the sections, subsequently consolidated all the features into a single pavillion.
  67. As we see in expressions like "exchanging sakazuki" and "to give sakazuki," in Japanese culture, sakazuki is not only a vessel used for drinking sake, but also a complicated medium that has a connection with various cultural factors such as human relations, honor, and formalities.
  68. As weather permits, Akashi-Kaikyo Ohashi Bridge may be clearly viewed.
  69. As well as "Fukego," a quotation collection from Tadazane's discourse, Chugaisho is precious because it conveys the real lives of aristocracy at the time including yusoku-kojitsu (knowledge of court rules, ceremony, decorum and records of the past) as well as official court events.
  70. As well as "Hogen Monogatari" (The Tale of the Hogen War) and "Heike Monogatari "(The Tale of Heike), it was written in a mixed writing of Japanese and Chinese.
  71. As well as Kaikyoge, Sankiemon, Seigan (Shiguseigan), and other gemon, Sangege is widely used for daily sutra chanting by lay believers of various sects of Buddhism in Japan, and is often read in the kanbun (Chinese classics) style.
  72. As well as Katsusuke, Yasusuke was promoted to the First Lieutenant of Army by special treatment after his death.
  73. As well as Koya-gire (fragments of the Kokin Wakashu), it is a valuable old manuscript of "Kokin Wakashu" which was made during the Heian period, and an important work in the history of calligraphy.
  74. As well as Kurokawabon (Wagaku Kodan-shobon), those original 32 volumes seem to have been copied from the ones owned by the Kanazawa Library in 1404, and then recopied during the Bunki era (1501 to 1504).
  75. As well as Oni no sei (the automatic promotion of the persons at the age of 21, whose parents were from Imperial Prince to the fifth rank, or whose grandparents were upper than third rank), uji no shaku was a privilege for powerful clans, and Jimoku (ceremony for appointing officials) was held in accordance with a recommendation of uji no choja (the head of the clan).
  76. As well as Ryoma SAKAMOTO, Shintaro NAKAOKA, Mikisaburo RAI, Unpin UMEDA, Torataro YOSHIMURA and Kuniomi HIRANO are also enshrined.
  77. As well as a stone pagoda which has been considered as a grave of Kiyohime, there are many historic sites related to the legend such as Kiyohime buchi pool, Kinukake no matsu (pine tree), Kiyohime nozokibashi (bridge), kagami iwa (mirror rock), and so on.
  78. As well as being Taikodaigogu no suke, he was made Shonagon (lesser councilor of state) from 1108 to 1115, and Kokushi of Bingo Province after that.
  79. As well as being a toy for girls, they were also used as models for practicing the sewing of Japanese clothes.
  80. As well as being the oldest teahouse in Japan, it is also the only remaining teahouse believed to have been created by SEN no Rikyu.
  81. As well as borrowing the shop name of the tea room, he also changed the characters he used to write the name Uzaemon to those used in his uncle's name.
  82. As well as coasts of Japan Sea, in the areas of Japan Sea coastal climate and Pacific Ocean side climate such as Kyoto basin, Nagano Prefecture, Gifu Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture and so on, shigure comes with winds.
  83. As well as conciliation of the warriors, education of Imperial Prince Kanenaga as seisei shogun was also done under the supervision of Yorimoto.
  84. As well as contributing to the education of Sanshi, to be a San hakase, it was required to have extent knowledge of Chinese mathematical books such as "Kyusho Sanjutsu" (sando, or arithmetic).
  85. As well as cooking and serving the food himself, he produced his own dinnerware and recipes.
  86. As well as craftworks for display in ordinary households, there are also dolls which are extremely valuable artworks.
  87. As well as dried bonito flakes and sesame seeds, Dashi-shoyu (soy sauce broth) is also used as a flavoring in ohitashi.
  88. As well as extensive information about him being later compiled in volume 8 of "Taa Jonin Hogo" (Buddhist sermon of Taa Jonin), he mixed with eminent members of Kyoto Society as a poet, and published his work in a compilation entitled "Daikyo-shu."
  89. As well as giving birth to me, my mother gave birth to my art.'
  90. As well as her mother Toji and her sister Gijo, Gio became a famous Shirabyoshi in Kyoto, gaining the affection of TAIRA no Kiyomori, as well as appearing in Heike Monogatari (The Tale of the Heike) (Volume 1, Section 6 'Gio').
  91. As well as imposing military duties on the local populace in exchange for maintaining order, the daimyo also established a new taxation system after carrying out a land survey.
  92. As well as in Japan, Kanshi were produced in Korea, Vietnam and the Ryukyu Islands as Chinese civilization was introduced.
  93. As well as in Kinuta (Noh), a fan in autumn represented loneliness.
  94. As well as its dull influence, the Mikawa-Kira clan could not settle the internal dispute between the Saijokira clan and the Tojokira clan.
  95. As well as kimono, it is worn with the right side tucked under the left.
  96. As well as many other temples in ancient times, the front entrance seemed to be south-facing when it was founded, but the entrance of the Taima-dera Temple today is the Todaimon Gate (東大門).
  97. As well as place names in Yamato and Yamashiro Provinces, which have been familiar since the period of Yamato Imperial court, there are also place names which are related to the especially venerated gods and Buddha, the names of places where historical incidents occurred, or place names which are associated by word play, etc.
  98. As well as playing traditional heroes from kabuki (traditional drama), gidayu and kyogen (farce), he made use of his athleticism in many monster and ninja movies.
  99. As well as process and sale of tea as a main business, it serves parfait and ice cream made with Japanese tea including maccha (powdered green tea) and hojicha (roasted green tea), which are popular among young women.
  100. As well as prostitutes in a sanctuary in various foreign countries, Japanese yujo once sang and danced in the shrine, serving a god as a shrine maiden.
  101. As well as the Mononobe clan, the Nakatomi clan came into conflict with the Soga clan over the acceptance of Buddhism.
  102. As well as the aforementioned Koremitsu, he is one of the few characters whose real name is clear.
  103. As well as the diaries written by other court nobles in the Kajuji line or 'house of diary,' it has detailed records of ceremonies and rituals in the Imperial court.
  104. As well as the individual skill of the artist, a strong and free spiritual nature for 'painting off' in a breath without regard to details based on an absolute total composition is required more.
  105. As well as the main dish, the set menu usually includes white rice, miso soup or another kind of soup, and pickles, while in Kansai they sometimes serve salted konbu seaweed or boiled konbu dish instead of the pickles.
  106. As well as the residences in Nara there was a Kyoto residence called 'Nanto Ichijo-in no miya misatobo' between the Katsuranomiya mansion and the Imperial Palace in Imadegawa in Kyoto.
  107. As well as the small-flowered varieties such as garnish chrysanthemum used for dishes, there are big-flowered varieties only whose petals are eaten.
  108. As well as the students belonging to the Rakugo Society (group activity) of their university, amateur rakugoka have existed for years, called 'Tenguren.'
  109. As well as the third fleet, it is said that there was a plan of the advancement of the Navy of the Imperial Headquarters.
  110. As well as this mass-consumption, there was also a demand for wood to be used in constructing buildings castle-centered towns such as Fukuchiyama City and Ayabe City which were located along the Yura-gawa River and Obama City on the other side of the mountain.
  111. As well as this, he established the prefectural council and promoted land-tax reform, and was praised by OKUBO for administering the 'best prefecture in the country.'
  112. As well as those buildings given above, the precinct also includes the Reihokan which houses and exhibits precious artifacts such as a statue of a young Honen Shonin seeking enlightenment and a burial mound containing the head of Hideyori TOYOTOMI.
  113. As well as those built as warehouses or for storage, there are also some which were constructed with the dual function of storage and shop.
  114. As well as women, the number of men who wear kimono such as Montsuki hakama (formal Japanese attire of a man, consisting of a kimono dyed with the family crest and a long, loose, pleated skirt) has been increasing in recent years.
  115. As well known in general, hen's egg is a food that most frequently causes a food allergy.
  116. As well, some nouns (mainly concerned to a daily life) are modified to 'o...' and 'o... san (han)' to be used in the following ways:
  117. As well, the unification of Japan by Nobunaga ODA is considered epochal in the history of housing history.
  118. As well.
  119. As what Saikashu and Negoroshu had in common, they were both excellent gun forces and mercenary forces.
  120. As when dressing the dead, the right of the lapel of the kamishimo was folded over the left (with the front lapel on the left of the wearer).
  121. As wild plums contain a lot of citric acid, they were appropriate for Ubai production.
  122. As will be described below, while there was only one university, Imperial University was used as the name of the university and after two or more universities were built, it is used as a generic name of a group of universities.
  123. As will be described in the section on 'The relationship with the Kashiwade clan,' there is an opinion that a special relationship existed with the Takahashi clan who dominated Shima Province and Naizenshi.
  124. As will be described later, although the number of clan names included in Shinsen Shojiroku is limited, it is clearly an indispensable historical material for the study of Japanese ancient clans and the ancient history of Japan in general.
  125. As will be mentioned below, however, there remains a document in which Rosetsu told of his father, Hikozaemon UESUGI when he stayed in Nanki.
  126. As will later be described in the section on 'The relationship with the Azumi clan,' Awaji Province brought all male divers together, and that was where the Azumi clan dominated and competed for the position of Naizenshi, like the Takahashi clan did.
  127. As wind-instrument music originally belonged to the Occident, however, it was not accustomed in Japan in the beginning of the Meiji Period and, at first, there were no words to translate "national anthem."
  128. As with "Shomonki," the diary is written in a variant of the Chinese language.
  129. As with "Tenshi Sekkan Miei" (portraits of the regents and the chief advisers to the emperors), only the minister in the upper right of the opening page, FUJIWARA no Tadamichi (who was in 1137 the chief adviser to the Emperor), turns his face toward the end of the book.
  130. As with 'maguro no zuke' (tuna soaked in soy sauce) in Edo-style sushi, the custom of using the term tekka to describe quick-tempered character can be considered to have developed especially in the shitamachi (traditional working-class neighborhood) culture of Edo in the Kanto region.
  131. As with Chokushisho (Bureau of Edicts), it was in charge of commodity procurement and asset management of the Imperial family.
  132. As with Hideyoshi, the Tokugawa family protected Yamato-shiza, but Hidetada protected Kita Shichidayu Nagayoshi, sarugaku-shi who seceded from Yamato-shiza, and approved the establishment of the Kita school during the Genna era.
  133. As with Ikkan HIKI, his family was probably a descendant of the Ming people who had escaped from Qing invasion.
  134. As with Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank), it is fundamental that the title of respect, "ason," of those who are ranked in Shii (Fourth Rank) is put after their surname and imina, as done by the self-declared ason (a prestigious title in the Nara period).
  135. As with Kanchi-in Temple, the post of chief priest is held by Betto (director) of Kyoogokoku-ji Temple.
  136. As with Kasa-tei, it is thought to have been relocated to the temple from Fushimi-jo Castle and is said to have been created by SEN no Rikyu and particularly favored by Hideyoshi.
  137. As with Kodo Station and Miyamaki Station, the area around the facility, where lodgings for the students of Doshisha University and Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts are found, is relatively well developed.
  138. As with Main Hall of Kyoto's Kiyomizu-dera Temple, this Buddha hall is a butai-zukuri style (the building structure like a stage) building (kake-zukuri (overhang style)) that stands on the side of a cliff.
  139. As with Osaka, udon tends to be more popular in Kyoto on the whole but, unlike Osaka, virtually no soba restaurant serves udon in Kyoto.
  140. As with Rikyu shichitetsu, they came to be called Rikyu-mon sanninnshu later.
  141. As with earlier generations, the head of a different family branch (year of birth unknown - 1926) took the name Kanbe FUJIMA V (though nominally Kanbe FUJIMA VI).
  142. As with food rice, it's important that each has a suitable cultivating environment, including the climate and soil (area adaptive nature), so the difference in quality occurs depending on the growing district even if the breed is the same.
  143. As with fugu sashimi, ponzu sauce is common for this dish.
  144. As with gorinto (a grave marker or cenotaph erected for the repose of the departed), many hokyoin-to pagodas are made of stone.
  145. As with gorinto, hokyoin-to pagodas are a feature of Esoteric Buddhism, and started to be built regardless of the religious school after the Kamakura period.
  146. As with his cousin, Iwao OYAMA, SAIGO was a large minded person and kept an attitude that relied on his subordinates for small office work without fussing over details and took responsibilities for their failures.
  147. As with his father, Nariaki, he liked pork from Satsuma-han Clan and he was called Butaichi-sama (meaning Hitotsubashi-sama who likes pork).
  148. As with his father, he was also well known as a tanka poet and his collection of poems is entitled 'Hookushu' (no longer extant).
  149. As with ihai, some are made individually for each of the deceased, while other reiji are for several deceased, as with kuridashi-ihai.
  150. As with imperial universities (except for the universities with their own preparatory courses such as Hokkaido Imperial University, Keijo Imperial University and Taipei Imperial University), the medical schools did not have their own preparatory courses.
  151. As with ito of other traditional Japanese musical instruments, ito is produced by twisting four threads and pasting them together.
  152. As with many other temples such as Sanzen-in Temple and Myoho-in Temple, the origin of Shoren-in Temple lies in one of the several lodging chamber for priests built atop Mt. Hiei.
  153. As with other In no Kinshin (the retired Emperor's courtier) and Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors), Masamori worked for the In's financial gain but also did not forget to strengthen the bushi group by using his positions as the Azukaridokoro of shoen, Zuryo, and Tsuitoshi to organize local forces into his private troops.
  154. As with other Shinto rituals, the ceremony finishes with a ritual bow, tessen (a ritual scattering of rice offerings), shoshin (the Invocation of the god to withdraw) and naorai (feast).
  155. As with other Tendai Sect Monzeki Temples (Shoren-in Temple and Sanzen-in Temple), the origins of Myoho-in Temple are believed to lie in a bo (small temple) situated atop Mt. Hiei and the first chief priest is thought to have been Dengyo Daishi Saicho (767-822).
  156. As with other mid-ranking aristocrats of the period, he began to work in the government at the age of 20, and it is thought that he accumulated his wealth by acquiring government positions through serving the Fujiwara clan, who, like Mitsunaka, acted as regents to the Emperor.
  157. As with ramen and yakisoba (fried soba), noodles are sometimes referred to as the common name 'soba' deviating from the original meaning.
  158. As with shoen, among merchants and craftsmen, people who belonged to a specific power structure and received protection were called yoriudo, similar to the yoriudo of shoen.
  159. As with somen noodles, they are commonly eaten with a dipping sauce after having been boiled, chilled in ice water or running water, and then rubbed and rinsed in order to remove the sticky starch.
  160. As with the Chinese dynasty's philosophy of Tenka, Ritusryo kokka was set in the center of "Tenka" and different ethnic groups, which correspond to "i" (barbarians) of China, were set around it within the reach of the emperor's authority.
  161. As with the Daishogun-sha branch shrine, this branch shrine is said to have been built by Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, 6th shogun of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  162. As with the Ho-o-do hall, it is estimated to have been cast in the 11th century.
  163. As with the Hon-do Hall, components and roof-tiles of this room are those used in the Nara period.
  164. As with the attendant statues of the Amida triad at Sanzen-in Temple, they are depicted kneeling in the traditional Japanese manner.
  165. As with the case of Tang, various names were used at the central government.
  166. As with the case where Takatsune SHIBA was overthrown by Joji Incident, Yoriyuki was removed from his post and forced to become a monk by Koryaku Coup and Yoshimasa SHIBA, a son of Takatsune, became kanrei in place of Yoriyuki.
  167. As with the classical rakugo, people recognize the words or the meaning of the words, yet they cannot realistically picture the objects to which the words refer.
  168. As with the hakama worn when performing religious tasks, the hakama is adorned with a cord.
  169. As with the multiple tree forms, an even number of trunks is avoided.
  170. As with the principal image of Amitabha, they are believed to have been created in 1053 but there have been numerous repairs with some having their heads repaired during the Meiji period and others having alterations made during the Kamakura period.
  171. As with yakimono, this is dished out from a large bowl with the serving chopsticks.
  172. As women were encouraged to participate in air-raid drills in active clothes like Monpe, lots of women wore Monpe during the air-raid drills.
  173. As woodblock printing became popular, Ukiyoe artists became printmakers and few could finely paint on paper or silk with brushes, but Hiroshige left superb paintings that had a different charm from prints.
  174. As work on the excavation progressed, it was discovered that there was not a definite outer demarcated line in Kokufu, and that the stretch of urban area was not large enough to encompass the Kanga area; rather, it was a small additional parcel of land.
  175. As works of the Hachibushu statues in Japan, the statues at former Saikon-do (an image hall situated to the west of a pagoda in the temple grounds) of Kofuku-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture (Nara period, national treasures) are well known.
  176. As written above, what is mentioned in Heike Monogatari was to portray Shigemori as the one of the Taira clan who could determine what's right and wrong and was just a fiction to spice up the story.
  177. As written in 'Arakan Ichidai' (The Life Story of Kanjuro ARASHI), with the support of the right-wing group called Kokuryu-kai, Tachibana was a real tycoon to whom even yakuza (the Japanese mafia) could not refuse.
  178. As written in Hokke-kyo Sutra, Shakyamuni had been Buddha for a definite period which began gohyaku-jintengo (unmeasurable long time) ago.
  179. As written in the "Nihonshoki," the mother of Princess Kasuga no Oiratsume was Ominagi, a daughter of Kasuga no Omi Fukame.
  180. As written in the summary, these are the tales of miraculous efficacy whose main character, Myoren, was the restorer of Mt. Shigi.
  181. As yabusame is also written as '矢伏射馬' in kanji characters, yabusame is a horseback archery.
  182. As years went by, the Dog Warriors' bruises and the letters on the beads disappeared, and kizui (auspicious good omen) was lost.
  183. As yosemune-zukuri have four-way sloping roofs, the flow of rainwater drains well compared to the kirizuma-zukuri.
  184. As you acquire proficiency, the number of stripes on your fan increases.
  185. As you are here as the Emperor's envoy, I should be visiting you.'
  186. As you can see from ryokan promotional material, they still keep the old practice of emphasizing the number of dishes, or luxurious looking food.
  187. As you know, recently waka has not been popular at all.
  188. As you ride back and forth through the fields of gromwell plants, As you ride back and forth through the Imperial hunting fields marked off with sacred ropes, will not the field-watchers have seen your waving of the sleeves at me? (Vol. 1: 20, composed by Nukata no Okimi)
  189. As you will be crossing one mountain, it will be harder than climbing from the Kurama side.
  190. As young family heads appeared in succession in all the families, except the Ichijo family, it became impossible to manage the Court in a successful manner.
  191. As young people get old quickly and it is difficult to achieve in studies, you have to study hard in your youth.
  192. As your body cannot be left as it is, only bones are left after taking it to the field to be cremated and becoming smoke late at night.
  193. As, in the conquest of Kyushu, he performed a feat of first rider in a charge in attacking the Gan-jo Castle [巌城] in Buzen Province, and, in addition, he was actively involved in the conquest of Odawara and Japan's Invasion of Korea, he was given a territory of sixteen thousand koku in Yamaga, Tanba Province.
  194. As/i/ was unified with/wi/,/e/ and/ye/ with/we/, and/o/ with/wo/ in the process of transition from Early Middle Japanese to Middle Japanese, WA-row sounds were as follows:
  195. Asa no ha (stylized hemp leaf) pattern
  196. Asaake
  197. Asada Domain
  198. Asada Domain of Settsu Province issued han bills in March 1677, which was exceptionally early for a small domain of about 10,000 koku.
  199. Asada and other members immediately asked Miki and others to move out of the Kyoto Federation secretariat located in the Bunkakosei-kaikan Hall in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City but they refused and their talk broke down.
  200. Asagao (The Morning Glory)
  201. Asagao (The Morning Glory) is one of the fifty-four chapters of "The Tale of Genji."
  202. Asagao (The Tale of Genji)
  203. Asagao (also called Princess Asagao and Asagao, the high priestess of Kamo): The daughter of Prince Momozono, and the high priestess of Kamo.
  204. Asagao Senbei's appears and Sukeroku puts a clog on Ikyu
  205. Asagao also had a liking for Genji, but she refused him, being afraid that she would be unhappy as well as Rokujo no Miyasudokoro, if she got intimately involved with him.
  206. Asagao-ichi morning-glory fair
  207. Asagiaya Odoshi Yoroi (odoshi armor by asagiaya) (Itsukushima-jinja Shrine)
  208. Asahi (trains)': the express (some of them stopped at every station after the Nagano Shinkansen line started its operation).
  209. Asahi Beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum
  210. Asahi Beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum of Art
  211. Asahi Beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum of Art is a private art museum operated by Asahi Breweries, Ltd.
  212. Asahi Breweries
  213. Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) held the 'ABC Society for Kamigata Rakugo.'
  214. Asahi Club
  215. Asahi Club is Innai parliamentary group (May 25, 1898 - December 7, 1901) of the House of Peers existing in the Meiji period.
  216. Asahi Life Insurance Nara Branch
  217. Asahi Pottery Ceramic Art Museum (朝日焼窯芸資料館)
  218. Asahi Regatta
  219. Asahi Shimbun Kyoto Burea - the south-west corner of the Oike-dori Street
  220. Asahi Shinmeigu - the former site of Sekimon Shingaku
  221. Asahi Station was established.
  222. Asahi Yaki
  223. Asahi site (lies across the borders of Kiyosu City, Kasuga-cho and Nagoya City, and has one of the most heavily equipped defensive structures)
  224. Asahi yaki is a kind of earthenware produced in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  225. Asahi's 'Shinnama' (now 'Shinnama three') and 'Gubinama,' contain 'soy peptide' instead of malt or barley.
  226. Asahi-date
  227. Asahi-kita Post Office
  228. Asahi-mura, Higashitagawa-gun, Yamagata Prefecture (present Tsuruoka City)
  229. Asahi-sen Spring
  230. Asahi-tenmangu Shrine
  231. Asahihime
  232. Asahihime (Chikuami's daughter and Hideyoshi's younger half-sister by different father, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's second wife)
  233. Asahina belonged to Nagazane ITO in Osaka-jo Castle and secretly informed Itakura of how the various things were discussed by people in the castle.
  234. Asahina calms down the brothers who are agitated to see the enemy who killed their father, and Kudo gives them a pass for the hunting ground, which is an identity card for the hunting session, and promises to see them again.
  235. Asahina's costumes and makeup as well as his special lines called 'Mosa kotoba' were originally the idea of Denkuro NAKAMURA the First, the Kabuki actor from the seventeenth century.
  236. Asahira became a wraith and haunted and killed Koretada, who had just become Sessho, and gave scourge to his children.
  237. Asahira pleaded with Koretada to let him have the position, since it would be his last chance, while Koretada was young and had a good family background.
  238. Asahiro KUNI (Asahiro KUNI)
  239. Asahiyaki Yogeishiryokan Museum (a museum of Asahiyaki pottery)
  240. Asai and Asakura replenished their forces, killing both Kuro ODA and Yoshinari MORI in Simosakamoto Seto Zaike.
  241. Asai was the only shizoku among the Shimada circle who came from Shimane Prefecture, participating in the Seinan War as a soldier in the government army, making a triumphant return to Tokyo in August 1877.
  242. Asaji NOSE used Matsuibon as the original text and Kanzebon for match-ups when he wrote "Zeami juroku bushu hyoshaku (exegesis)."
  243. Asaji-ga-Yado' (A squalid house covered with cogon), a story in "Ugetsu monogatari" (Tale of Rainy Moon, tales of ghosts) written by Akinari UEDA, is set in Mama and based on the legend of Tekona.
  244. Asajigahara site
  245. Asajigahara-enchi Park
  246. Asajiro-jinja Shrine
  247. Asaka no kuni no miyatsuko (written as 阿尺国造 or 安積国造) - The Ando family that is the priestly family in Koriyama City in Fukushima Prefecture.
  248. Asakanomiya (the descendants of Asakanomiya Prince Yasuhiko)
  249. Asakanomiya Palace: It exists in Shiroganedai and currently opened to the public as the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum.
  250. Asakanomiya Prince Yasuhiko (Yasuhiko ASAKA)
  251. Asakari also followed the escapement.
  252. Asakawa Domain (mujo)=>Iho Domain (mujo)=>Sagara Domain (mujo)=>Izumi Domain (joshukaku); 15,000 koku=>20,000 koku, fudai; Teikan no ma
  253. Asake Signal Station - Tomida section
  254. Asake Signal Station was established betwee Kuwana and Asahi.
  255. Asake Signal Station was moved north by 2.1km.
  256. Asakiyumemishi (The Tale of Genji seen in a Shallow Dream) (Waki YAMATO): Genji's renouncing the world and his death are told at the end of the first part.
  257. Asako KUJO (Eisho kotaigo) who was Nyogo of Emperor Komei, was the last Nyogo.
  258. Asakura City
  259. Asakura City, Fukuoka Prefecture (Chikugo-gawa River)
  260. Asakura clan
  261. Asakura clan was a local ruling family whose home base was Echizen Province, and the clan later ascended to be a sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku Period).
  262. Asakura-do Hall including a body of Zushi
  263. Asakusa
  264. Asakusa Shozo-in Temple (also known as Meireki Fudo) mentioned earlier ceased to exist in the middle of the Meiji Period.
  265. Asakusa nori (P. tenera),' 'Susabi nori (P. yezoensis),' 'Uppurui nori (P. pseudolinearis)' and so on are in this group; they're also called 'i-nori (rock nori)' and are processed into 'ita nori' (which is dried nori but not toasted).
  266. Asakusa, Taito Ward; Sho-kannon sect, Senso-ji Temple; Kannon-do hall (main hall); (repair)
  267. Asakusa-bashi Bridge
  268. Asakusa-jinja Shrine (Asakusa, Taito Ward, Tokyo)
  269. Asakusa-sen/Okura-sen ("Okura" refers to a rice storehouse of the Edo shogunate): These coins were minted at zeniza in Asakusa-Hashiba, Edo.
  270. Asama': the trains connecting Tokyo Station to Nagano Station.
  271. Asamiya-cha, Mandokoro-cha and Tsuchiyama-cha (Shiga Prefecture)
  272. Asano Shinbun' [Asano Newspaper] published its outline, but police ordered its suspension on the same day), and those from Ishikawa prefectures who cheered the incident and sent letters to their home.
  273. Asano Takumi no Kami also entered the residence the previous day, and they were supposed to attend to the guests for the next few days under the instructions of Kira.
  274. Asano Takumi no Kami committed suicide by disembowelment in the courtyard of a hantei (residence maintained by a daimyo).
  275. Asano Takumi no Kami was punished with seppuku (disembowelment), and Ako Domain had 'kaieki' sanction (sudden dismissal and deprivation of position, privileges and properties).
  276. Asano Takumi no Kami was the first to be ordered to Seppuku on the same day, though affairs of sword fights had occurred several times before.
  277. Asano Takumi no Kami's younger brother.
  278. Asano claimed as follows.
  279. Asano succeeded in entertaining them, though Yoshinaka KIRA of koke (a master of ceremony) attended as an instructor of Imperial envoy banquet also this time.
  280. Asano wanted to give infamous Kira a heaven's punishment (Sekijyo Meiden).
  281. Asano was the only person that Kira did not inform of the fact that the tatami had to be renewed for Imperial envoy's visiting Zojo-ji Temple.
  282. Asano, who was a disciple of sonnoka (person with reverence for the emperor) Soko YAMAGA, was enraged because Kira interfered in the matter of succession to the Imperial Throne (Genroku kaikyo roku [Record of the Valiant Vendetta of Genroku]).
  283. Asarabe
  284. Asashio': It is quite abstract but is probably an image of 'red sky in the morning in Amanohashidate.'
  285. Asashiro-jinja Shrine
  286. Asashiro-jinja Shrine (Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture)
  287. Asashiro-jinja Shrine - Former prefectural shrine
  288. Asashiro-jinja Shrine - former prefecture shrine
  289. Asashiro: (Maizuru City)
  290. Asatake KUNI (Asatake KUNI)
  291. Asatsugu, the descendent of Ietsugu, did not succeed to Kurisaki of Kodama Party, so it could be possible to see Tokiie, who was guarding the place, as the eighth head family of Kodama Party.
  292. Asatsuna was called Gokosoko for his grandfather who had been called Kosoko.
  293. Asatsune joined the government army with Shigemoto Kasai of the same clan (younger brother ?) for subjugation and those priests were subdued, but three hundreds of the government army were killed, and Shigetsuna SASAKI, Asatsune, and Shigemoto also died in the battle.
  294. Asatsune was conferred a peerage in 986 at the age of 14 and started his career as a government official when he was appointed to Umanosuku (deputy minister for the institution for the horse care) in 988.
  295. Asauji KIRA was his child.
  296. Asazuke (Ichiyazuke)
  297. Asazuke (quick pickles)
  298. Asazuke Kimchi
  299. Asazuke is a pickled dish made by marinating vegetables such as cucumbers, daikon radishes and eggplants with seasoning for a short time.
  300. Asazuke is a very popular processed food and the Food Marketing Research and Information Center says that asazuke ranked second in production of tsukemono (Japanese pickled vegetables) following first-ranked kimchi (Korean pickle) in 2006.
  301. Ascended to the throne.
  302. Ascending from the earth to the celestial world of Takamagahara, Susano pledges to Amaterasu that he has no bad intentions of conquering the heavens (Susano's Pledge to Amaterasu).
  303. Ascertaining that minds devoted to a single practice are profound, to sundry practice, shallow, He sets forth the truly difference between the fulfilled land and the transformed land.
  304. Ascetic Buddhist monks from Tate-yama Mountain traveled across the nation to encourage people to climb sacred mountains, and built sanpai ko (ko for temple or shrine visits) at various locations.
  305. Ascetic Buddhist practice
  306. Ascetic practice places are referred to as "nabiki," and each of them is given an individual number.
  307. Ascetic practice sites such as 'Kanekake Iwa' (hanging bell rock) and 'Ari no Towatari' (proceeding like ants over a steep cliff) were scattered throughout Mt. Daihi, which had been a place of ascetic practice since ancient times.
  308. Ascetic training of the Tendai Sect emphasizes 'Shikan,' which is based on Hokke-kyo sutra and could be said to be Hokke Zen.
  309. Ascetic training of the current Japanese Tendai Sect can be summarized in the words of "asa daimoku, yu nenbutsu" (read the Lotus Sutra in the morning and pray to Amida Buddha in the evening).
  310. Ascetics
  311. Asekaki Jizo (sweating Jizo)
  312. Ash
  313. Ash retains heat.
  314. Ash treatment method
  315. Ashamed of being seen by her husband Toyotamabime went back to the sea, leaving her newborn baby behind.
  316. Ashamed of his failure, Kamuyaimimi gave up the Imperial throne to his younger brother Kamununakawamimi and served as a Shinto priest.
  317. Ashamed of his ignorance, he apologizes by cutting out his eye.
  318. Ashamed, Shigetada stopped eating, considering Shigetada's militaly prowess Yoritomo decided to pardoned him.
  319. Ashes are laid to rest in a public cemetery or public tomb, which is the last stage of what we call, Joso.
  320. Ashes in furnace were used for fertilizer on farms and used clothes were made over or recycled into fabric.
  321. Ashes were spread in farms as a potassium-rich fertilizer
  322. Ashi (leg)
  323. Ashibatobi
  324. Ashibatobi is a workman who assembles scaffolds required on construction sites.
  325. Ashibi no Sato Restaurant
  326. Ashibiki no Yamadori no o no Shidari o no Naga nagashi yo wo Hitori kamo nemu
  327. Ashibue (also known as Yoshibue)
  328. Ashibyoshi is frequently stepped, and resonance holes are provided under the stage floor to reverberate the stepping sounds.
  329. Ashida (wooden clogs)
  330. Ashida-juku Station on Nakasen-do Road, hatago 'Tsuchinoya' <Kanemaru Tsuchinoya Ryokan> (Tateshina-machi, Kitasaku-gun, Nagano Prefecture)
  331. Ashide E Wakan Roei Sho (Wakan Roeishu Anthology), by FUJIWARA no Koreyuki
  332. Ashide-e (a picture in which decorative, cursive style of Japanese calligraphy, the characters of which resemble natural objects, is used) is a decorative painting pattern with characters and pictures combined, and it became popular in the latter half of the Heian period.
  333. Ashigara-cha (Kanagawa Prefecture)
  334. Ashigarasan Shoden-do Temple (Oyama-cho, Shizuoka Prefecture) - one of the three main shotens in Japan
  335. Ashigaru
  336. Ashigaru (common foot soldier) were not included in the class of shibun (bushi).
  337. Ashigaru (common foot soldiers) were a type of low-ranking soldier.
  338. Ashigaru and below were called 'Keihai' (a person of low rank) and were not considered Shibun, so there was a large difference between the two.
  339. Ashigaru had not yet been utilized as the main element of battle forces but as they became more well organized and increased in number during the Sengoku period (Japan), they were given training and ashigaru units bearing spears, bows (weapons) and guns were created, going on to form the backbones of armies.
  340. Ashigaru recruitment
  341. Ashigaru taisho (general in command of a troop of foot soldiers)
  342. Ashigaru to Chuzaemon YOSHIDA, with a stipend of 3 ryo shared between two people.
  343. Ashigaru troops in particular, who were trained with spears, bows and guns, were organized and became active as a main fighting force.
  344. Ashigaru units were divided into yarigumi-ashigaru (carrying spears), yumi-ashigaru (carrying bows and arrows), and teppo-ashigaru (carrying firearms), with multiple groups forming units led by a kogashira (a head of small ashigaru group).
  345. Ashigaru were also allowed to return to farming and granted the right to bear a surname and to wear a sword as goshi (country samurai) of keikaku (noncommissioned officers) who served as provincial border and frontier guardsmen.
  346. Ashigaru were called sotsu (lower soldier).
  347. Ashigaru were conscripted from diverse levels of society as combat troops from the Sengoku period to the Edo period, and there were various employment terms which ranged from temporary employment during wartime to continued employment during peacetime.
  348. Ashiha-jinja Shrine in Fukui City deifies the five gods referring to them as 'Omiyaji no mitama' and there is a theory that the name of the area 'Fukui' was named after Sakue no kami god.
  349. Ashihara Chihoaki Mizuho no Kuni (the eulogistic name for Japan; the Land of Abundant Reed Plains and Rice Fields), this is the land where my descentant shall reign.
  350. Ashihara no Nakatsukuni heitei (pacification of the Central Land of Reed Plains)
  351. Ashihara no Nakatsukuni heitei is a narrative of the Japanese mythology, in which Amatsu kami (god of heaven) was given Ashihara no nakatsukuni by Kunitsu kami (god of the land).
  352. Ashihara no Shikoo, Ashihara Shikonoo no Kami
  353. Ashihara no nakatsukuni (葦原中国)
  354. Ashihara no nakatsukuni is a world which exists between Takamanohara (plain of high heaven) and Yomi (world after death), that is, Japanese soil.
  355. Ashikaga Bakufu
  356. Ashikaga City Board of Education manages it today as a site for lifelong education.
  357. Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture
  358. Ashikaga School
  359. Ashikaga School is a high educational institution of the Medieval period which some say was established in the early Heian period or the Kamakura period.
  360. Ashikaga Takauji written by Fuyuji DOMON
  361. Ashikaga Takauji written by Genzo MURAKAMI
  362. Ashikaga Yoshiteru's Nijo Castle
  363. Ashikaga no Sho
  364. Ashikaga no sho was a shoen (manor) that was located in Ashikaga County, Shimotsuke Province (Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture).
  365. Ashikaga no sho was established.
  366. Ashikaga shogun renshi (brothers and sisters of Ashikaga shogun,) kanrei (shogunal deputies,) and tandai (local military commissioners) were privileged to endorse licenses for yakata-go titles in order to abbreviate autographies.
  367. Ashikaga-ke Monjo (written materials of the Ashikaga family)
  368. Ashikaga-no-sho
  369. Ashikamino kamami wakenomiko
  370. Ashikamino kamami wakenomiko was a member of the Imperial family that appears in the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), and he was the son of YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto.
  371. Ashikari (The Reed Cutter)
  372. Ashikari yama (decorative float with the deity figure - a doll) and its clothes are the oldest of those on all the floats)
  373. Ashikiri Jizo (Jizo with its toes cut off)
  374. Ashikita-cho Municipal Butokuden (Kumamoto Prefecture, National Registered Cultural Property)
  375. Ashimori-no-sho: estate of Jingo-ji Temple.
  376. Ashina clan
  377. Ashina clan and Nikaido clan seized this defeat as the opportunity to invade the Southern part of the Date clan territory.
  378. Ashinagae: a three-legged vessel with two handles for cooking
  379. Ashinaka (footwear)
  380. Ashinaka is waraji (straw sandal) whose size is half the normal one and is put on by a toe.
  381. Ashinazuchi and Tenazuchi
  382. Ashinazuchi and Tenazuchi are a couple of deities (Shinto deities) that appear in a Japanese Mythology about the Yamatanoorochi snake.
  383. Ashinazuchi and Tenazuchi were children of Oyamatsumi who lived in the upper reaches of the Hii-kawa River in Izumo Province.
  384. Ashinoya (reed arrow) and momonoyumi (peach bow)
  385. Ashio Kodoku Jiken (Ashio Mining Pollution) is often referred to as Ashio Dozan Kodoku Jiken (Ashio copper mine Mining Pollution).
  386. Ashio Mining Pollution
  387. Ashio Mining Pollution was a pollution incident which occurred at Ashio copper mine located around Watarase-gawa River in Tochigi Prefecture and Gunma Prefecture at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century.
  388. Ashio Riot
  389. Ashio's copper mines were depleted by 1973 and closed, causing the pollution to decrease.
  390. Ashiu Forest Research Station (Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture)
  391. Ashiu Okuyama (the first period)
  392. Ashiya Rounded Iron Tea Pot with Maple Leaves, Deer, and a dotted pattern.
  393. Ashiyadoman Ouchikagami (Kuzunoha [birth of ABE no Seimei, Master of Yin yang])
  394. Ashiyu (foot bathing)
  395. Ashizumi-jinja Shrine & Yukisugi Tenmangu Shrine
  396. Ashizumi-jinja Shrine and Yukisugi Tenmangu Shrine
  397. Ashkenazi (east European) Jews call chickin skin residues obtained after extracting schmalz oil therefrom "enGribenes".
  398. Ashuku Nyorai (east)
  399. Ashura
  400. Ashura (Asura)
  401. Ashura (the transcription of asura in Sanskrit with the meaning of non-heaven) is a guardian god of Hachi Bushu (or Eight Legions, Protectors of Buddhist Teachings) in Buddhism.
  402. Ashura always loses in the battle with Taishakuten.
  403. Ashura got angry with it and challenged Taishakuten to a fight.
  404. Ashura is generally recognized as a devil deity who kicked against Taishakuten.
  405. Ashura is said to be the deity controlling justice, while Taishakuten is said to be the deity controlling power.
  406. Ashura is said to correspond to Ahura Mazda, which is the highest-ranking deity appearing in the ancient Persian scripture "Avesta" (see the article of historical background).
  407. Ashura often battled with Taishakuten.
  408. Ashura was originally Tenbu-shin (deity who resides in a heavenly realm, one of six realms in which the souls of living beings transmigrate from one to another).
  409. Ashura was said to be a good deity, because originally 'asu' meant 'life' and 'ra' meant 'give' in Sanskrit.
  410. Ashura was surprised to see Taishakuten's behavior and drew off doubting if he had some plots.
  411. Ashura-o (Ashura King) and his home
  412. Asia
  413. Asia and Africa were still in the ancient societies (in those days) and were not able to develop into modern societies like Europe and America.
  414. Asia:
  415. Asian Film Awards, Lifetime Achievement Award (2008)
  416. Asian Film Festival, Best Comedy award (1980)
  417. Asian Film Lifetime Director Award (2008)
  418. Asian elephant ('Mito')
  419. Asian stage make-up including renpu uses not only red and black but green and yellow to stress out not the expression, but focuses in on the abnormality (in positive and negative definition) and functions as a mask of a masquerade.
  420. Asiatic hard shelled clam
  421. Aside from 'Hontori' and 'Shintori,' there was Tori no ichi held in Shosen-ji Temple (Akamon-dera Temple belonging to the Jodo Sect) in Senju, and it was called 'Naka no tori' (the Middle Cock).
  422. Aside from 'Shugo and Jito,' it would be OE no Hiromoto who suggested 'providing food (5-sho per tan) regardless of private estate or public estate,' which was written in "Gyokuyo" in 1185, the diary of a court noble who was on the side of the Imperial court.
  423. Aside from Daimyo in charge of provinces, those with 100,000 koku were generally not allowed possession of a whole district, and usually held territory around the castle and in patches.
  424. Aside from Fukui, sauce katsudon are enjoyed as a local specialty in the Komagane City, Maebashi City, Kiryu City as well as Aizuwakamatsu City of Fukushima Prefecture.
  425. Aside from Kenshi/Kiyoko the Emperor had a concubine named FUJIWARA no Seishi (daughter of FUJIWARA no Narutoki) since his days as the Crown Prince, and she had given birth to the First Prince, Prince Atsuakira, and the Emperor decided to make Seishi an Empress.
  426. Aside from Shigenari, he was also known as Gengo SUGIYAMA and Nibe Toshinari SUGIYAMA.
  427. Aside from Shionoha Onsen Hot Spring, there are hot springs that revived after being sunk under water due to a dam including Nichu Onsen Hot Spring, Tsurunoyu Hot Spring (Tokyo), Omaki Onsen Hot Spring, Sarugakyo Onsen Hot Spring, and Oshio Onsen Hot Spring (Fukushima Prefecture).
  428. Aside from Yano, another person who found the importance of the Revelation was 'Hogen,' a temporary Shinto priest of Hachiman-jinja Shrine at that time just like Tenmei.
  429. Aside from a few cases, Kotaiyoriai did not have an official rank unless they were appointed one, the same as any other hatamoto retainer.
  430. Aside from accomplishing his duties of Onmyodo and Rekido (study of the calendar), he also served as political advisor to Jinson.
  431. Aside from clerical work, all accounting jobs at Todo-za were carried about by persons with visual and hearing disabilities, and it was revealed that their memory and calculation skills were so precise that not even the slightest inaccuracy could be found.
  432. Aside from excelling in the art of calendar making, he was a talented prescient and was highly praised because 'he hit the mark as easily as turning over his hand.'
  433. Aside from existing infantry that was comprised of heifu, the system of corporative musket units was established, under which each hatamoto was obliged to consolidate a musket unit according to his rokudaka, and several musket units were combined to organize platoons or battalions.
  434. Aside from genealogy, the tales are not described.
  435. Aside from his main residence in Suruga-dai, Tokyo, he retired to his villas of Binsenzuka-besso in Gotenba-cho, Shizuoka Prefecture, Zagyo-so in Okitsu, also in Shizuoka Prefecture, and in Seifu-so in Kyoto, and he occupied an important position as a Genro.
  436. Aside from its value as a diary, it is also valuable as a historical and scientific record of this period.
  437. Aside from kabuki and bunraku, it has also been made into a movie and TV drama.
  438. Aside from meaning buckwheat plant, 'soba' has 2 additional definitions.
  439. Aside from omagatoki (time to meet the demon) and ushimitsudoki (3 to 3:30 AM), there is a hexing ritual called ushi no koku mairi.
  440. Aside from professional shakuhachi makers, there are players who make their own shakuhachi.
  441. Aside from that, the Edo bakufu procured income from silver jishi (land taxes under the ritsuryo system) in Kyoto--established in the period of the Toyotomi government--and a tax on tea (chayaku) in Ujitawara-cho, Uji city.
  442. Aside from the above narrowly defined aburakasu using small or large intestines of cattle and horses, other types of aburakasu have little relation with buraku.
  443. Aside from the above, however, there are various theories, such as one which asserts the name is a mispronunciation of the Chinese word 'jazuji' (fried spring chicken).
  444. Aside from the characters appearing the story, the behavior of the narrator himself is quite different from fact.
  445. Aside from the condition that it must be written with fives lines that can each be read aloud in one breath, there are basically no rules to a five line poem.
  446. Aside from the effect of the citric acid, umeboshi are believed to have various medicinal effects.
  447. Aside from the fact that he was a priest at Mt.Uji, there is no information about him, so there is nothing to be told today other than the following two poems.
  448. Aside from the fact that it was the residence of the Naito clan (Tanba branch), there are many points which are unclear regarding the lifetime and genealogy of the castle.
  449. Aside from the modernization of Besshi, there were the criticisms on the business strategy such as unfavorable performance of the business developed under the leadership of HIROSE and firmly refusing the strong request from the inside to establish the bank.
  450. Aside from the single track between Kamo and Kizu, all sections are double track
  451. Aside from these mainstream comics which were serialized in newspapers and magazines, there were thin and two or three colored comic books sold at mom-and-pop candy stores and toy stores.
  452. Aside from these phenomena, it is a heavy burden for a temple to keep a large number of bon toro, to take fire prevention measures about them, and to clean them up.
  453. Aside from these, the tales of the supernatural, include a cat with nine tails, nekomata (cat monster) and ghost cat, suggest the widespread belief of folk tradition that fox and cats have the power to torment people.
  454. Aside from this annual event for the Urabon festival, some other events such as memorial services for the goryo (or mitama: spirit of a deceased person) of ancestors or mizuko (aborted, stillborn or miscarried fetus; newborn baby) are also called Goshorei.
  455. Aside from this, a position called Kanto moshitsugi (court-appointed liaison with the bakufu) was created in the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  456. Aside from this, after those including IBARAKI committed Seppuku, Kanryusai TAKEDA who lost his place in Shinsengumi and deserted was also rejected by Goryo-eji.
  457. Aside from this, another position of Mutsu no kami was assigned to Fifth-ranked Jige-ke (family status of non-noble retainers who were not allowed into the Emperor's living quarters in the imperial palace) by the Imperial Court in Kyoto.
  458. Aside from this, depending on regions, the one word is more prevalent than the other, and there are no unified rules.
  459. Aside from this, horse racing to compete on the horses' speed came to be held as a court function at sechie (seasonal court banquet) on May 5 through 6.
  460. Aside from this, multiple Densho were given to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, who had an affinity for Noh by Ochi-Kanze; Yusai HOSOKAWA and Nobutada ODA later obtained them through Ieyasu.
  461. Aside from this, prepare sardine, horse mackerel and spotted shad as regular sushi item and sprinkle salt on them and soak them in vinegar until they are whitened, then drain off the vinegar.
  462. Aside from this, the foundation of Yoshino no miya Shrine as one of Kanpei-chusha (middle-scale government shrines) was decided in accordance with the Emperor Meiji's wishes in 1889.
  463. Aside from this, there is a separate view that Yomi originated from Yami (闇).
  464. Aside from this, there were some the preservation movements, one of which was led by Mutsuko MIKI.
  465. Aside from those Mononobe clan living in the capital like the Isonokami clan, a historical record is left that a person calling himself Mononobe was appointed to the regional officer in Tohoku region of ancient times.
  466. Aside from underlining the responsibility of the management, which is inevitable, as seen in some examples of the regeneration of onsen-ryokan around the country, lenders might have to consider waiving debts to a certain extent in order to take a step forward for the future of the industry.
  467. Aska Law
  468. Asked about protein shortage spreading among Thai people by the Chakkri Dynasty, he donated 50 tilapias, a kind of freshwater fishes having characteristics of easily cultivable.
  469. Asked by Indonesian government, he also bred Butterfly Koi (Carp) through selective breeding of carps when in his Crown Prince days.
  470. Asked by Maki to arbitrate, Masakado backed him up.
  471. Asked by the couple, Seimei tries to transfer the curse to katashiro (dolls representing the couple), and then the ogress appears.
  472. Asked by the people who his father is when the boy was three, the mother answered that this arrow is his father.
  473. Asked for and had more reinforcements, the government army barely managed to take two forts of the Satsuma army, but the situation remained still advantageous to the Satsuma army at sunset.
  474. Asked, 'When shall we go there?' by the schoolmate, he replied, 'Let's go to Ginza today.'
  475. Asking Juemon to take care of everything, Sota heads for Hanako's hideout.
  476. Askuka Historical National Government Park
  477. Askukada-jinja Shrine (Shimotoba Shironokosi-cho, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City)
  478. Askukada-jinja Shrine (Yokooji Kakinomoto-cho, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City)
  479. Aso Kuju sightseeing area: 'Walking in winds, meeting with light, and impression of various colors; Pleasant time and space in Aso and Kuju'
  480. Aso and Soyo district (Yamato-cho, Kumamoto Prefecture)
  481. Aso no Kuni no miyatsuko
  482. Aso's agricultural festivals (January 14, 1982)
  483. Aso-jinja Shrine
  484. Aso-jinja Shrine in Aso City, Kumamoto Prefecture performs yabusame for the Shuki Dai Sai (Tanomi-sai Festival.)
  485. Aso-kai
  486. Aso-kai (inland sea)
  487. Aso-kai or Asonoumi is an inland sea called kaisekiko surrounded by Miyazu City and Yosano-cho Yosano-gun Kyoto Prefecture.
  488. Aso-soba (Aso City)
  489. Asobi (Play) ("Mita Bungaku," August 1910).
  490. Asobime was distinguished from such women, and they performed a sexual act as a part of light accomplishments.
  491. Asokoya Umenoki Line of Shiga Prefectural Route 783/Kyoto Prefectural Route 781
  492. Asomi
  493. Asomi (or Ason) (written as 朝臣) was the second rank of kabane (hereditary title) which was created in a system of Yakusa no Kabane (the eight honorary titles) established in 684.
  494. Asomi was effectively the highest title amid vassals other than the Imperial Family because Mahito, which was the highest rank, was reserved exclusively for certain imperial clans.
  495. Asomi was mainly preferentially granted to the clans whose achievement was acknowledged in the Jinshin War and who had the kabane of Omi.
  496. Aspect and physical type
  497. Aspect as a busho in the Sengoku period
  498. Aspect as a superb Noh performer
  499. Aspect as common law
  500. Aspergillus oryzae
  501. Aspergillus oryzae and Aspergillus sojae that are used for industrial purposes never produce aflatoxin during the brewing process.
  502. Aspergillus oryzae; mainly Aspergillus sojae, sometimes Aspergillus oryzae, is used.
  503. Aspiring to study medicine, he became a pupil of Gensen TANNOWA, the disciple of Toyo YAMAWAKI and a doctor for the Yanagawa Domain, and he changed his name to 'Genshun.'
  504. Assasination of the shogun
  505. Assassination
  506. Assassination Incident
  507. Assassination of Hajime KAGAWA (March 18, 1863)
  508. Assassination of Hiromori SUE
  509. Assassination of Kashitaro ITO
  510. Assassination of MINAMOTO no Yoshitada
  511. Assassination of SOGA no Iruka
  512. Assassination of Saichiro INOUE (August 26, 1862)
  513. Assassination of Seiichiro HOMMA (October 13, 1862)
  514. Assassination of Tatewaki TADA (January 4, 1863)
  515. Assassination of Yoshikazu and Fall of the Hiki Clan
  516. Assassination of the Emperor
  517. Assassination of the four yoriki (November 14, 1862)
  518. Assassination theory
  519. Assemble yama and hoko floats which are separated for storage and attaching kenso (things to decorate a float, such as textiles, carvings, gold works) to them.
  520. Assembled stone coffin
  521. Assembling of filtration machine (paper type carbon filter) and filtration.
  522. Assembling of filtration machine (paper type carbon filter).
  523. Assembly
  524. Assembly system
  525. Assessment
  526. Assessment after the War
  527. Assessment by Later Historians
  528. Assessment of her later years
  529. Assessment of him in later ages
  530. Assessment of the Person by Ogai
  531. Assets for religious services including butsudan, butsugu, kamidana and gravestones are not regarded as taxable properties in the inheritance tax law.
  532. Assign the right to make a decision (concerning own matter) and leave (such matter) to someone else totally (because of being unable to do on my own).
  533. Assigned additional post of Saemon Gon no suke.
  534. Assigned additional post of Saemon no kami
  535. Assigned additional post of Uemon no kami.
  536. Assigned additional post of Uhyoe no kami.
  537. Assigned to Bizen gon no jo (the third officer of regional administration in Bizen) on February 18, 900.
  538. Assigned to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) on February 8, 906.
  539. Assigned to Sama no kami on January 5, 1567.
  540. Assigned to serve as Fujiwarashi choja by the Emperor.
  541. Assistance for Yari (spears)
  542. Assistance to Affected Areas
  543. Assistant Deputy General: Kazumasu TAKIGAWA
  544. Assistant Director of the House Repairs and Cleaning Office.
  545. Assistant Professor of the Faculty of International Relations of University of Shizuoka, Yo HIRAYAMA mentioned in pages 200 to 203 of the "Fukuzawa Yukichi no Shinjitsu" (The Truth about Yukichi FUKUZAWA) (Bunshun Shinsho paperback, Bunheishunju Ltd.), that the 'Datsu-A Ron' was an abstract of the editorial (II).
  546. Assistant Regimental Commander: Maresuke NOGI, Major of the Imperial Army
  547. Assistant Regimental Commander: Soroku KAWAKAMI, Major of the Imperial Army
  548. Assistant evangelist
  549. Assistant playwright: Toyoshige IMAI
  550. Assistant professor renamed associate professor.
  551. Assistant to Sadaijin.
  552. Assistant to mayor
  553. Assistant to the shogun (Kamakura-dono) of the Kamakura Bakufu.
  554. Assisted by his good sons Motoharu and Takakage, Motonari made peace with the Otomo clan and successfully eliminated Amago's restored force from Izumo and Hoki.
  555. Assisted 土橋種興.
  556. Associated Facilities
  557. Associated Organizations
  558. Associated companies
  559. Associated organizations
  560. Associated with shugenjas (people who practice shugendo, walking around in the mountains and valleys), a more local and secular type of miko emerged, who performed prayers and invocations outside the shrine.
  561. Associated words
  562. Associates
  563. Association for promoting the electrification of the Kameyama-Kamo section
  564. Association of Holy Places Boke-fuji (Senility prevention) of Yamato.
  565. Association of Koyasan Supporter - Koyasan Committee of Important Affairs.
  566. Association of hatago
  567. Association with 'Takeda Buzen no kami Tsunenobu' (Tsunenobu TAKEDA, the Governor of Buzen Province)
  568. Association with Geographical Name
  569. Associations or schools to which rakugo-ka in the Kanto region belong
  570. Associations to which rakugo-ka in the Kansai region belong
  571. Assorted sushi box or small packs containing about two pieces of Nigiri-zushi are sold at a sozai corner (selling corner of daily dish) of supermarkets or at underground sozai corner of department stores.
  572. Assumed a role similar to "Chief "of the Bureau of Carpentry.
  573. Assumed the 24th Monshu of the Hongan-ji school of the Jodo Shinshu sect.
  574. Assumed the Artistic Director of Setagaya Public Theater.
  575. Assumed the position of Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain).
  576. Assumed the position of Kyoto Shoshidai on October 31, 1717.
  577. Assumed the position of Roju on January 28, 1725.
  578. Assumed the position of an attendant to Bifukumonin.
  579. Assumed the position of the Izumo no kami (Provisional Governor of Izumo Province).
  580. Assumed the title of President of the All Japan Buddhist Federation (- 1980).
  581. Assumed the title of President of the All Japan Buddhist Federation (- 1990).
  582. Assumed the title of President of the Japan Federation of Composers.
  583. Assumedly, as karashi-mentaiko became a popular souvenir and more and more karashi-mentaiko was brought to places where the word 'mentaiko' means tarako was not known, the word 'mentaiko' came to be used and spread as an abbreviation of 'karashi-mentaiko.'
  584. Assumes the Buddhist religious name Enri.
  585. Assuming a state is a public authority, monarchs, diets, and courts are regarded as organs of a public authority, the state.
  586. Assuming full responsibility of the Kuwana Domain, he killed himself after he was released in 1869.
  587. Assuming heavy social responsibilities, men often suffer from mental and physical exhaustion.
  588. Assuming it is 50 yen, the price of silver contained in a 100-yen silver coin is (50x4.8x0.6) 144 yen, which exceeds the face value.
  589. Assuming military control of Musashi Province, he was the most powerful man there.
  590. Assuming that it is impossible to attain Buddhahood as long as there is ego-consciousness, it will be impossible to remove the ego-consciousness by oneself.
  591. Assuming that the Oriental zodiac recorded in "Kojiki" is correct, 'San'=Nintoku, 'Chin'=Hanzei, 'Sai'=Ingyo, "Ko"=Anko, and "Bu"=Yuryaku.
  592. Assuming that the contents of the first message having arrived at Kyoto, carried by post horses, were true, the following considerations are feasible as well:
  593. Assuming that there was a war, the formation of a wide area political alliance, such as the Yamatai-Koku kingdom alliance, centering on powers of Yamato in Kinki region is also assumed.
  594. Assuming the position of jiju
  595. Assumption
  596. Assumption University
  597. Assumption of Kanto Kanrei
  598. Assumption of Office as Echigo Shugo (provincial constable of Echigo Province) and Reins of the Province
  599. Assumption that Yoshihira was an elder brother of Yoshimasa with a different mother (concubine)
  600. Assumption that Yoshimasa was a legitimate son
  601. Assuring local gokenin as the position of shugo (provincial constable) led them become more powerful and extend their influence to the national politics.
  602. Asteroid
  603. Astonished to hear that, Shibuya withdrew his order on March 8 (表記の変更).
  604. Astride his horse, Masakado fought valiantly on the battlefront, but his fleet footed horse, which had been galloping like the wind, began to tire and lost its pace, leaving Masakado at a loss for a means to drive forward with his heroic battle, and he died in battle when a loosed arrow struck him on the forehead.
  605. Astringency
  606. Astringency is one of the Japanese aesthetic senses.
  607. Astringency is one physiological taste.
  608. Astrological signs indicate that now is the time for Kuronushi, who has been waiting for the chance, to take action.
  609. Astronauts
  610. Astronomical Observatories
  611. Astronomy as a science with the aim of seeking rational regularity was established in Japan only after Western astronomy was introduced in the Edo period.
  612. Astronomy influenced the opening moves of go, with the first place to put stones judged to be the tengen (in the center of the go board), inspired by the idea of the taikyoku (North Star).
  613. Asuha no kami - god of residence
  614. Asuka (飛鳥 in Chinese characters, the name of present-day Asuka Village, Nara Prefecture)
  615. Asuka Culture
  616. Asuka Culture was a Buddhist culture that flourished mainly in Yamato Province under Empress Suiko.
  617. Asuka Folklore Museum
  618. Asuka Historical Museum of Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties (Okuyama)
  619. Asuka Historical National Government Park Hall
  620. Asuka Inabuchi-no-Miya Palace Ruins
  621. Asuka Indigo-Dyed Fabric Hall
  622. Asuka Itabuki no Miya Palace
  623. Asuka Kawabe no Karinomiya
  624. Asuka Kiyohara no Miya Palace
  625. Asuka Kiyomigahara no Miya Palace
  626. Asuka Kiyomihara ryo
  627. Asuka Mizuochi Ruins
  628. Asuka Period
  629. Asuka Period (27th to 37th emperors)
  630. Asuka Period (27th to 37th generations)
  631. Asuka Period (from the twenty-seventh to thirty-seventh emperors)
  632. Asuka and Hakuho culture
  633. Asuka has been the center of politics and culture in Japan for a long period, and there were a number of palaces or residences of Gozoku (local ruling family).
  634. Asuka is the name of a region located in vicinity of present day Asuka Village, Takaichi County, Nara Prefecture.
  635. Asuka no Kiyomihara no Miya (also known as Asuka Kiyomigahara no Miya) was a palace where Emperor Tenmu and then by Empress Jito lived in the late seventh century.
  636. Asuka no Kiyomihara no Miya Palace
  637. Asuka no Kiyomihara no Miya Palace (an ancient Imperial Palace where Emperor Tenmu and then Emperor Jito lived)
  638. Asuka no Miya Palace
  639. Asuka no miya (Imperial Palaces in Asuka)
  640. Asuka no miyako (the capital of Asuka)
  641. Asuka period
  642. Asuka period (Asuka culture)
  643. Asuka' (飛鳥) is read as 'tobu tori' (飛ぶ鳥) (a flying bird), and it is a Makura kotoba (a set epithet) of 'Asuka' (明日香).
  644. Asuka-Fujiwara: Archaeological sites of Japan's Ancient Capitals and Related Properties
  645. Asuka-Ike-Kobo Ruins
  646. Asuka-dera Temple
  647. Asuka-dera Temple Ruins
  648. Asuka-dera Temple is a temple located in Asuka Village, Takaichi District, Nara Prefecture.
  649. Asuka-en Garden
  650. Asuka-kyo (also known as Asuka no Miyako [the capital of Asuka]) is the name of the ancient capital mainly in the Asuka period, which is believed to be existed in the general area covering present-day Asuka Village, Takaichi County, Nara Prefecture.
  651. Asuka-kyo (the Capital of Asuka)
  652. Asuka-mura (Asuka Village)
  653. Asuka-mura Village
  654. Asuka-mura is a village located in the center of Nara Prefecture.
  655. Asukabe County is said to have been a place which had strong associations with members from the Fujiwara clan such as Empress Komyo and Prince Asukabe.
  656. Asukada-jinja Shrine (一名柿本社) (three ronja [shrines considered to be descendants of a shikinai-sha])
  657. Asukai family
  658. Asukai no Onnagimi is unable to have faith in the love of Sagoromo and, while pregnant with his child, is cheated by her wet nurse and taken away to Tsukushi but attempts to commit suicide on the way by drowning herself.
  659. Asukakiyomihara-ryo Code
  660. Asukakyo Site
  661. Asukakyo-ato-enchi Site (historic sites and places of scenic beauty)
  662. Asukakyomihara-ryo Code is a systematic legal code that was enacted in the second half of the Asuka period in Japan.
  663. Asukanabe (hodgepodge from Asuka)
  664. Asukanabe is one of the local dishes of Nara region.
  665. Asukanabe is said to have been originated in the Asuka period when a priest from Tang (China) made a pot dish with goat milk to protect himself against the cold.
  666. Asukaniimasu-jinja Shrine
  667. Asukano-sato
  668. Asukayama Park
  669. At "Gion," since it is based on the story of tiger extermination, Watonai was changed to Kiyomasa KATO.
  670. At "Historic Place Kanda-jingu Shrine" in Shinkamanza-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City (Nishi-no-toin Higashi-iru, Shijo-dori), there is a small shrine that appears dwarfed among the numerous residential homes.
  671. At 'MOJO' that was held in the Kyoto Prefectural Gymnasium in January, 1972, the main stream that were brought up in the Seibu-Kodo Hall such as the Mops, Carmen MAKI and Zuno Keisatsu performed.
  672. At 10 am, the government gathered chihanji of Kagoshima domain Tadayoshi SHIMAZU, Motonori MORI, chiji of Saga domain Naota NABESHIMA and Itagali, a proxy of chiji of Kochi domain Toyonori Yamanouchi, and read the Imperial edict of haihan.
  673. At 10 o'clock in the morning of October 25, 1945, the ceremony of the surrender of Japan to Taiwan Province, China wartime administrative region, was held at Taipei City Hall.
  674. At 11000 rupiah per dish consisting of four pieces of takoyaki
  675. At 12:15 a.m. on April 8, 2005, Nomura died succumbing to pneumonia at a hospital in Tokyo.
  676. At 16 years of age he was officially ordered to work at the Edo residence of the Tahara Domain, where the roles he was assigned were those very close to the lord, such as Nando-yaku (being in charge of the lord's personal care) or Tsukaiban (a role similar to that of a liaison).
  677. At 18 meters in height, it is said to have been larger than the Great Buddha of Todai-ji Temple.
  678. At 19 she married Fukutaro KOMIYA, who was a merchant in Fukagawa, Tokyo, but later divorced him because he joined the navy.
  679. At 19:40, Junior Lieutenant Mikami ran into the official residence of regiment officers and informed them that they had found Corporal Goto near Otakidaira, all of the marching troop seem to be dead, and that about the half of 60 people of the rescue team had become incapacitated due to frostbite.
  680. At 2 AM, a sudden attack of Qing soldiers killed Japanese soldiers including Naomi MATSUZAKI, Infantry Captain (the first war deaths on the Japanese side).
  681. At 2 pm on August 29, 1871, the Meiji government gathered chihanji at the Imperial palace and ordered the implementation of haihan-chiken.
  682. At 24 meter tall, it stands taller than Todai-ji Temple's Nandai-mon gate and is said to be the largest temple sammon gate in Japan.
  683. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the government army concentrated their firepower to break through the vanguard of the Satsuma army, closing in on the rear guard, but had its left flank fought back and routed by the Satsuma army led by Nakajima.
  684. At 30, he made a trip to Edo, was received in audience with Iemochi TOKUGAWA, the fourteenth Shogun, and dedicated clerical script written with a steel pen and was granted an autograph letter as an Imperial gift.
  685. At 37.6m wide, 23.9m deep, and 24.2m tall, it is a large building in the Irimoya style.
  686. At 3:20 AM on February 5, the Japanese torpedo boat squadrons invaded Weihaiwei port and totally destroyed the Chinese Dingyuan, and attacked and sunk three warships including the 'Liaoyuan' and 'Weiyuan.'
  687. At 3:49 PM on May 30, 2006, he died at a hospital in Shibuya in Tokyo, of a metastatic liver tumor
  688. At 3pm, from Koro Tower three-thousand heart-shaped fans are scattered and thrown to visitors.
  689. At 4 AM of September 24, the government army started attacking en masse, when batteries of the government army consecutively fired three times as a signal.
  690. At 4:40 in the afternoon on the same day, the Qing troop raised a flag of surrender and promised to open the castle the following day.
  691. At 52 years of age and as a fifth generation of the Chikuzen Niten faction of the Musashi MIYAMOTO movement, Minehira set about instructing three followers in military tactics.
  692. At 54.8 meters tall, it is Japan's tallest wooden tower.
  693. At 6 p.m. the abandonment of sledges was decided near Narusawa.
  694. At 642 meter elevation, the beautiful night view overlooking Osaka Bay stretches out from the top of Mt. Ikoma but there are not many places with view in Skyland Ikoma.
  695. At 6: 00 a.m. of July 10, he advanced northward and they were camped at Khomtvka.
  696. At 7 AM, JIA the nineth brigade gained control of the enemy's camp in Seonghwan.
  697. At 8AM on September 15, the final fight between the eastern military group forces and the western military group forces started fighting in Sekigahara-cho, Mino Province.
  698. At 9 a.m., after the battle of Shiroyama had finished, it rained heavily.
  699. At Aburanokoji Incident, he got out of trouble because he was out with Juro ABE, and after belonging to Satsuma clan, he joined the attack on Isami KONDO.
  700. At Aburasaka path in Nishimino (western Mino, the border with Asakura clan's territory), they frequently provoked each other because the Nishimino forces (vassals in western Mino region) gradually became on the side of Nobunaga causing territorial friction.
  701. At Ajio house, there remain a sword and its accessories of Nobuyoshi SAWA and clothes of Emperor Meiji which is said to have been presented by Nobuyoshi SAWA.
  702. At Amagasaki Station, the rapid train makes a mutual connection with another rapid train that runs on the JR Kobe Line (some rapid trains may make a mutual connection with a special rapid or a local train, depending on the time zone).
  703. At Amherst College he studied chemistry under William Smith Clark, later the assistant headmaster of the Sapporo Agricultural School.
  704. At Antique Kimono Museum Japan, many kimono which were worn in the oiran dochu processions from the Edo to the Meiji periods are displayed
  705. At Asatsuma-jinja Shrine in Yonehara City, Shiga Prefecture, there is a pagoda called Hokyoin-to, which is said to be the tomb of Hoshikawa no miko.
  706. At Auka in Hitachi Province (present day Itako City and Namegata City in Ibaraki Prefecture), Yamatotakeru met again with Oto Tachibana Hime who came from Yamato Province.
  707. At Awaji Station there is no Platform 1-go, so only from 2-go to 5-go are available.
  708. At Azuma-ya, a monument was placed in 1935 in commemoration of the place associated with the constitution, and on the monument, a phrase, 'Place for drafting the constitution' was inscribed using the writing of Kentaro KANEKO who was a member of the drafting.
  709. At Beppu-onsen Hot Spring where hot spring resources are abundant, a Military hospital was established in 1912 and a Naval hospital was also established in 1925.
  710. At Daian-ji Temple, he taught Rinyugaku to musicians and in 752 at the ceremony of Kaigan-kuyo (consecrating a newly made Buddhist statue or image by inserting the eyes) of Daibutsu (statue of Buddha) of Todai-ji Temple, he taught some dance to performers.
  711. At Daijo-ji Temple in Kaga, he was said to be 'Aki no Motsugai,' and he made elaborate mischief, for example, he lifted up a pillar of the temple and made it wear a straw sandal.
  712. At Daijosai (the Imperial enthronement rite) in 1108, he served as a composer of waka poem of sukikata (a province or county that was chosen to present rice to a newly enthroned Emperor).
  713. At Daineiji no hen, (the revolt of Daineiji) in 1551, Yoshitaka (義隆) OUCHI (Kikakumaru's father) and Yoshitaka (義尊) OUCHI (the heir and Kikakumaru's older bother) were both killed by Takafusa SUE (also called Harukata SUE), but Takafusa spared Kikakumaru's life.
  714. At Daitoku-ji Temple, he studied under Soen SHUNOKU of Sangenin Temple and changed his name to Soho.
  715. At Demachiyanagi Station, the departure melody of 'Keihan Tokkyu - Demachiyanagi-kara' (Keihan Tokkyu - from Demachiyanagi Station) is played, and at Kyobashi Station, the departure melody of 'Keihan Tokkyu - Asamoya no Kyobashi de Norikae' (Keihan Tokkyu - Transfer at Kyobashi Station veiled in the morning haze) is played.
  716. At Demachiyanagi Station: Eizan Main Line of the Eizan Electric Railway
  717. At Diet a fukusa is used to wrap the emperor's shosho (imperial edict).
  718. At Doshisha EVE held in 2006, an event was held in which the participants wrote words on doibukiita (a base board for tile roofing) used for the restoration work.
  719. At Edo
  720. At Edo in the Edo Period, daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) and hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) battled the fires occurred at samurai residence, while merchants and craftsmen battled the fires occurred at the regions where they lived.
  721. At Edo's three licensed kabuki theaters, these were classified by scale and rank as follows:
  722. At Edo, he left Kondo and others to form the Seikyotai (or Seiheitai) and continued fighting.
  723. At Edo-jo Castle, the resistance force and deference faction fought, and the plot for deference to the new government by Ichio OKUBO and Kaishu KATSU moved forward.
  724. At Edo-jo castle, the aforementioned daimyo attended shikoseki (anteroom seats for feudal lords and direct retainers of the shogun at Edo-jo castle) which were selected in accordance with kakaku (family status), including "tamari-no-ma" chamber, "teikan-no-ma" chamber, "kari-no-ma" chamber, and "kiku-no-ma hiro-en (kiku no ma enkyo)" chamber.
  725. At Eihei-ji Temple, keeping the entrance door of Shoyoden (mausoleum of Dogen) slightly open is a custom.
  726. At Eihei-ji Temple, preparing meals is one important part of ascetic training and Tenza, a chef responsible for Kuin (Kitchen), is a member of the senior monks.
  727. At Emperor Genmei's order, it was compiled by Kokucho (local government) in ryoseikoku (province) and mostly written in classical Chinese.
  728. At Enryaku-ji Temple.
  729. At Fukuchiyama Station, the division and connection of rolling stock was done between the train arriving at and departing from and Higashi-Maizuru Station and the train arriving at and departing from Hamasaka Station.
  730. At Fukuchiyama Station, they arrive at and depart from the JR platform.
  731. At Fukuhara, Yorimori's residence was first used as the Dairi (Imperial Palace) and, then, as the Gosho (residence) for Retired Emperor Takakura.
  732. At Fushimi-ko Port, there was a tenmajo (post station) of the Bakufu (Tokugawa Shogunate), a honjin (hostel for government officials to stop and stay), and daimyo houses in which daimyo (samurai lords) stayed on their trips for Sankin Kotai (system of alternate attendance to Edo) duties.
  733. At Hakuto-jinja Shrine in Fukumoto, before the merger with another shrine during the Taisho period, there was a shrine building that was constructed during the Edo period.
  734. At Hanseong, Keiri Yang Hao of Ming, who had arrived from Pyongyang on October 11, prompted Ma Gui to stop the invasion of the Japanese army.
  735. At Heijo-kyu Palace the main buildings were tile-roofed, whereas the auxiliary buildings were covered with cypress bark roofs.
  736. At Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's behest, the Shinchoko-ki was apparently compiled on the basis of Gyuichi OTA's diary records.
  737. At Higashi-Koenji Station, a woman walking her dog saw a piece of cloth flying, so she went after it for a while, she said.
  738. At Hikoshichi OMORI's residence, a specter appeared and
  739. At Hoke-do (Sangatsudo) in Todai-ji Temple there are statues of Bonten and Taishakuten of kanshitsu-zukuri, done in the dry lacquer technique (Nara period).
  740. At Horyu-ji Temple (Ikaruga-cho, the head temple of Shotoku Sect), 'Oeshiki' is held from March 22 -24, which coincides with shotsuki-meinichi (the anniversaries of one's death after the first anniversary) of the virtual sect founder Prince Shotoku (on lunar calendar basis).
  741. At Ibuki-Hachiman-jinja Shrine in Ibuki Island there still exists an ema (votive horse tablet) depicting the scene of Yoshikane and his vassals with reduced 80 horses by gunshots getting to Ibuki Island and offering the seimon (covenant) to the shrine.
  742. At Iinoya-gu Shrine, where his younger brother is enshrined, the deity's name is pronounced as "Kanenaga Shinno (Prince Munenaga), "and not "Muneyoshi."
  743. At Inari-jinja Shrines, a Hatsu-Uma-sai Festival is held on the first Day of Uma (the horse, the seventh sign of Chinese zodiac) of February.
  744. At Ise Jingu Shine, a 'Hahaki-kami' is enshrined in a shrine that is positioned southwest from the inner shrine, in other words, the 'tatsumi' direction, and ceremonies are conducted on the 18th of June, September and December (Doyo days) at the 'hour of Mi' (around 10 am).
  745. At Ise Jingu Shrine, Amaterasu Omikami is typically referred to as Amaterasu sume Omikami, Sume Omikami or Amaterasimasu Sume Omikami, particularly when the name is uttered before the altar in ceremonies.
  746. At Ise Jingu Shrine, the position immediately below the Saishu, the head priest, is the Guji, and the Guji position is divided into Daiguji (high priest of a great shrine) and Shoguji (assistant to the high priest of a great shrine).
  747. At Ise jingu Shrine, there exist Kazahinominomia, betsugu (an auxiliary shrine) of Naiku (inner shrine) and Kazenomiya, betsugu of Geku, and both of them enshrine Shinatsuhiko no mikoto and Shinatobe no mikoto.
  748. At Ise-jingu Shrine, noshi abalone cooked by the traditional method is offered to gods at monthly festivals called Tsukinami-sai in June and December and at the annual festival known as Kanname-sai held in October.
  749. At Ishiyama-dera Temple in Shiga Prefecture, 'the statue of Kongo Zao' (a deity of fierce aspect) and 'the statue of Shitu-kongo-shin (Shu-kongo-shin)' (Buddhist guardian deity) were enshrined as Kyoji, Attendant figures, of the principal image, Nyoirin Kannon (the Bodhisattva of Compassion).
  750. At Izumi-dono, which was designated as a residence of the Retired Emperor Kogen, the ceremony of geupuku (attaining manhood) for Imperial Prince Yutahiro was carried out, and then immediately after his Senso-no-gi (a ceremony to enthrone as a new emperor) as an adopted son of the Retired Emperor was carried out at the main house.
  751. At Izumo Taisha Shrine, there is also a position called the Kyoto between the Guji and Gonguji.
  752. At Japanese restaurants in Taiwan, similar dishes are provided under the name of 'Tenpura Chazuke.'
  753. At Japanese sweet parlors and tea stands, in particular, salty shiokonbu (kelp cooked in brine and soy sauce) or Japanese pickle is often served with shiruko to break the monotony of the sweet taste of shiruko or to enhance the sweetness of shiruko.
  754. At Japanese-style curry restaurants, however, menus that use the term 'roux,' such as 'increased roux,' are commonly used to refer to the curry sauce.
  755. At Jiki-do in Horyu-ji Temple were placed statues of Bonten and Taishakuten (Nara period) (currently placed at Dai-Hozo-In (Great Treasure Gallery).
  756. At Jingu (Ise-jingu Shrine) and other shrines all over the country, this is undertaken as a medium scale festival to pray wishing the prosperity of the imperial lineage as well as gokokuhojo (huge harvest of cereals) and the protection for the people.
  757. At Jizo-in in the west of the temple grounds, visitors can throw unglazed earthenware disks into the valley below to ward off evil.
  758. At Jodo Shinshu temples, a son of the manager of a temple who married to a daughter of a court noble used this type of fan in some cases.
  759. At Kamigamo-jinja Shrine, a horse competition ritual is performed.
  760. At Kamonomiya, located near Sagami bay and being relatively warm even in winter, adequate test data assuming high-speed operations in snow fall conditions could not be obtained.
  761. At Kanazunanoi, Fukei gathered the retreated soldiers again and went west to fight with the army of IKI no Karakuni at Ashi-ike Lake; since a strong soldier Kume and his cavalry fought well, Fukei's army finally defeated the enemy.
  762. At Kanegasaki-gu Shrine, where his elder brother and younger brother are enshrined, the deities' names are pronounced respectively as "Takanaga Shinno (Prince Takanaga)" and "Tunenaga Shinno (Prince Tunenaga)," and neither "Takayoshi" nor "Tuneyoshi."
  763. At Kaneko-jo Castle, the busho (Japanese military commanders) were gathered from their castles along with their retainers; however, the total number of soldiers was only 2,000, and the difficult war situation of the Kaneko side was visible to all.
  764. At Kaneko-jo Castle, the troops of the Mori clan besieged Kaneko-jo Castle and began a merciless, full-scale attack.
  765. At Kanke Roka pupils of any clans were accepted, and there were times when more than 100 former Kanke Roka pupils were at the Imperial Court.
  766. At Kashiwara Station (Osaka Prefecture), when transferring between the JR Line and Kintetsu Domyoji Line, you're requested to touch the light-blue colored simple IC card ticket checker (midway ticket gate) installed on the platform of the Kintetsu Line.
  767. At Kasuga Taisha Shrine and Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine, Sho no Azukari (head custodian) and Gon no Azukari (assistant custodian) were set up as senior posts for Shinto priest.
  768. At Katsura Station, next to Platform 1-go, there is a track called 'Platform C-go.'
  769. At Kawara-dera Temple the corridors from the left and right of the middle gate cut the center of the temple into squares, and Chukon-do Hall is located at the center of the northern area.
  770. At Kayazu-jinja Shrine (Jimokuji-cho, Ama-gun, Aichi Prefecture), she is enshrined as the only goddess of pickles in Japan, and is worshipped as the god of tabacco in areas producing tabacco leaves.
  771. At Kido Crossing, take Nara Prefectural Road No.20 Shimoichi Munehi Route toward Shimoichi City.
  772. At Kishi Station on the Kishigawa Line operated by the Wakayama Electric Railway Co., Ltd., a calico cat called 'Tama' (cat stationmaster Tama) is nominated as stationmaster, which is expected to become a real welcoming cat.
  773. At Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri Festival held in Osaka Prefecture, daikugata (a young star who dances on top of danjiri [decorative portable shrine]) refers to machitobi and machidaiku among daikugatashu (group of carpenters).
  774. At Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine the haiden is 23.4 meters wide, the ishinoma 12.6 meters wide and the honden 9 meters wide.
  775. At Kiyokimi's suggestion, in 818--after his return to Japan--ceremonies and customs at court were modified to reflect a more Tang style.
  776. At Kofukuji temple in Nara he studied the Hosso sect of Buddhism and was sworn to obey the precepts by a disciple of Ganjin; he could also communicate in Chinese.
  777. At Kokuwajima aza Maegumi, Muya-cho, Itano County, Tokushima Prefecture, such a raccoon dog is called Sunafurashi (sand throwing ghost) and believed to throw sand at people to deprive them of the sense of direction, causing them to lose their way and fall into the water.
  778. At Kumano and Totsu-kawa River, he fought to protect Imperial Prince Moriyoshi.
  779. At Kurama Station, staff are stationed except for the times around the first and last trains, and automatic ticket gates are in operation while staff are stationed.
  780. At Kurume, the two brigadier generals learned that their side was defeated in Konoha, and dispatched part of their brigades to the Miike Highway, while hastening the movement toward south.
  781. At Kuwana, the line connects to Yoro Railway and Sangi Railway's Hokusei Line in addition to the Kintetsu Nagoya Line.
  782. At Kyo, he appears to have had Sotan OGURI, the official painter in the Shogun's court, as his teacher.
  783. At Kyogen kuchiake (showing first the details of characters and circumstances in Kyogen play), Ai (the role of a kyogen actor in Noh) quickly explains the origin of the name, Hanjo, and her love with Yoshida no Shosho.
  784. At Kyoto University Yoshida (headquarter) campus, two thousand students/school personnel gathered, before the arrival of the Emperor, at an open space in front of the university headquarter building (clock tower) (refer to the picture) in order to see (or welcome) the Emperor.
  785. At Kyoto station, the Karasuma Line and the Kintetsu Line both use each other's platforms.
  786. At Maizuru Power Plant's PR Hall 'El Mar Maizuru' which is modeled after a luxury ocean liner, you can enjoy Japan's first planetarium.
  787. At Makishi Incident, she told Masako that 'something strange is going on, I am afraid that something may happen to Sanetomo if he continue to stay in Tokimasa's resident' and took initiative, seeking safety in flight of Sanetomo, and informed Yoshitoki on rebellion of Maki no kata (Lady Maki).
  788. At Marie-Elisabeth-Lueders-House (Berlin, Germany)
  789. At Mariko-juku post station on his way, DAIBA no Nisa, a thief who tried to steal Bunya's big money, but was captured by Jubei ITAMIYA, a fellow lodger.
  790. At Marutamachi Station, the only station that exists in between, express or lower-category trains make stops.
  791. At Meiji Restoration, he showed deference to Sanindo Chinbugun (a military unit formed specially for the campaign in Sanindo) led by Kinmochi SAIONJI.
  792. At Meiji Restoration, together with his father, Nobuyoshi, having taken a hostile action to the new Meiji government, seemed to have been given an order of kinshin (house arrest).
  793. At Mibu village, Kashio, Murakami, and some others stayed at the Mibu village assembly office, and Serizawa, Kondo, and some others stayed at the Yagi Residence.
  794. At Mikatagahara in Totomi Province, Ieyasu came to an epic and decisive war against Shingen on February 4, 1573.
  795. At Mogao Caves, many Buddha biographies and honshotan (tales of Siddhartha's good deed in previous life) were created in the Northern Wei Period around the 5th century.
  796. At Mominoki Pass in Manno-cho, Kagawa Prefecture where Chuhachi came up with the flight principle, 'Ninomiya-hiko-jinja Shrine' was built in 1991.
  797. At Moriguchi-shuku the Kyo-kaido Road branches off from the Moriguchi-kaido Road, which then runs alongside Keihan Main Line railway up to Owada Station and crosses National Route 163 to the west of the Sumoto intersection.
  798. At Mount Ishizuchi, Ehime Prefecture, a six-year-old boy got lost at the mountaintop, but after people looked for him everywhere and didn't find him and gave up and went back home, it was discovered that the boy was already back home.
  799. At Mt. Hiei, because he rejected the oral transmission of doctrine and proposed Shojoritsu (rules in Hinayana Buddhism) instead, he was kicked out of the Tendai Sect.
  800. At Mt. Hiei, he became a disciple of Soseki MUSO who was closely acquainted with the Ashikaga Shogun family.
  801. At Mt. Hiei, he studied esoteric Buddhism under Gensho and the Siddham script under Daiei.
  802. At Mt. Kasagi is a deep cave named Ryuketsu (Dragon Cave), in which was said that Tosotsuten (The fourth of six Buddhist heavens in the world of desire) inhabited by Miroku was hidden.
  803. At Mt. Ryojusen (Griddhakuta) in India, Shakyamuni silently twisted a flower, but daishu (Zen monks) did not understand his intention.
  804. At Mumyoan (house of anonymity) kukai (a haiku gathering) was held very often.
  805. At Munemori's suggestion and in order to please the guests viewing the cherry blossoms, Yuya reluctantly performs a dance (Naka-no-mai [middle dance]) praising Kiyomizu in cherry blossom season.
  806. At Muro-ji Temple (Uda City, Nara Prefecture), there is the 'Kondo' (a national treasure) that was constructed in the early Heian period, while the Kanjo hall that was constructed in 1308, at the end of the Kamakura period, was called 'Hondo' (a national treasure).
  807. At Myosen-ji Temple in Taito Ward, Tokyo, a stone statue of Binbo-gami (Binbo-gami from Momotaro Densetsu, Momotaro Dentetsu Series is the motif) is enshrined.
  808. At Nara National Museum.
  809. At Narusawa, 33 bodies including that of Lieutenant Tadayoshi MIZUNO (the eldest son of Tadatomo MIZUNO, the 10th lord of Kii-Shingu Domain [the lord of Kii-Shingu Domain]) were found.
  810. At New Year Feasts, participants prayed for longevity, covered sticky rice cakes with red colored water chestnut rice cakes and placed on top of this boar meat, giant white radish (daikon), salted sweetfish (ayu) and gourd which were then consumed.
  811. At New Year's in 1862, he traveled to Onoji to instruct swordplay with Soji OKITA.
  812. At New Year's of 1161 he was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  813. At Nienosaku (Kazuno, Akita Prefecture), FUJIWARA no Yasuhira was rebelled and killed by his vassals; thus, the Oshu Fujiwara clan ended.
  814. At Nikkatsu Studios, he worked as an assistant director to Kaneto SHINDO, Tomotaka TASAKA, Katsumi NISHIKAWA, Eisuke TAKIZAWA, So YAMAMURA and so on.
  815. At Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine the haiden is 16.2 meters wide, the ishinoma 5.4 meters wide and the honden 9 meters wide.
  816. At Ninna-ji Temple, where Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa had gone, he pleaded for clemency, but the Imperial Court did not pardon Nobuyori as ringleader of insurrection and he was beheaded at the Rokujo-gawara execution grounds.
  817. At Ninsho's grave in Gokuraku-ji Temple in Kamakura City, there is a huge Gorinto called "Ninshoto Tower" which is 306 cm tall.
  818. At Nishinomiya Station, the letter printed in Kanji hasn't been changed even though the written name of the station was changed from '西ノ宮' to '西宮' concurrently with the opening of Sakura-Shukugawa Station.
  819. At Niutsuhime-jinja Shrine (Katsuragi-cho, Ito-gun, Wakayama Prefecture), the other name of the enshrined deity, Niutsuhime no okami, a god of water and rain or a god of mercury and mineral deposit, is Wakahirume no mikoto, and is believed to be the sister goddess of Amaterasu Omikami.
  820. At Nobunaga's request, the Imperial court mediated a settlement between Nobunaga and Rokkaku, Azai, and Asakura.
  821. At Nozawa-onsen Hot Spring (Nagano Prefecture), hot spring water is used for the preparation of Nozawana pickles as well as boiling frozen Nozawana in winter.
  822. At Nyubutsu Kaigen (the ceremony to consecrate a newly made Buddhist statue) and rakkei hoyo (a memorial service to celebrate the construction of a temple) of temples, a large amount of sange is scattered, making an impressive scene.
  823. At O-oku, she served as Joro Otoshiyori (high rank female servant) and she was called Fuji.
  824. At Ogidani site, the village was surrounded by a moat measuring 270 m (major axis) by 250 m (minor axis), 6 m wide in its widest section and 4 m deep.
  825. At Ohato in Nagasaki City, a typical nagashiba, a heavy machine is ready to disassemble shorobune.
  826. At Oji Station (JR Yamatoji Line), transfer to Kintetsu Ikoma Line, get off at 'Shigisan-shita Station', and take Nara Kotsu Bus bound for Shigisan and get off at the terminal.
  827. At Oji, the train running to Takada is connected to the train running to Nara.
  828. At Okada-jinja Shrine, an auxiliary shrine of Otaki-jinja Shrine (Echizen City, Fukui Prefecture), a legend has been handed down that Mizuhanome taught villagers paper making technique.
  829. At Okinazaka slope in Sanjo City, Niigata Prefecture, it is said that Sunamaki-itachi (sand-throwing mink) not only throws sand at people but also deprives them of candle flames and is considered to be the true identity of the hitorima (fire-taking demon).
  830. At Onbashira-sai Festival (log-rolling in Suwa) held in Nagano Prefecture, a person who sings kiyari at the edge of the sacred tree is a successor to his ancestor who used to be tobishoku.
  831. At Onmyoryo, as executive officers who are administrative officials,
  832. At Osaka Fuyu no Jin (Winter Siege of Osaka), he stood for Osaka Castle and negotiated for a compromise, and when the compromise was realized, he lived in Kyoto in retirement.
  833. At Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka), which started in 1614, he was fingered by both camps, but he remained neutral.
  834. At Osaka, the stormy wind blows scattering blossoms at the top of the trees and making the cedar forest around the barrier station hazy (Shin Kokinshu).
  835. At Otsu Incident described later, he, as the chief justice of Daishin-in (Predecessor of the Supreme Court of Japan), persisted in the independence of judicature from governing section and was highly evaluated as "the God of protecting the Constitution".
  836. At Oze, it is said, seven ujo existed in the middle of Edo period and five at the end of Edo period.
  837. At Ritsumeikan University, a gathering called "fusen no tsudoi" (anti-war gathering) is held on December 8, the day when the Pacifica War started, in front of "Wadatsumi-zo sculpture."
  838. At Ruprecht-Karls-Universit?t Heidelberg he became the first Japanese PhD (Doktor der Philosophie).
  839. At Ryugu-jo Castle, the dragon Otohime (according to one theory, a daughter dragon of Tokai Ryuo, Dragon King of the East) welcomed Taro.
  840. At Sanjo Station: Keihan Main Line, Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line (Sanjo Keihan Station)
  841. At Sanjo Works, Shimazu Corporation, one of the destinations of the Emperor's visit, a strike demanding wage increases was conducted until just before the Emperor's visit and it had relevant people (who didn't want a scene of labor-management conflicts to catch the eye of the Emperor) worried.
  842. At Sawa-jo Castle which was the west end of the defense line, a battle also began.
  843. At Seimei's house, they used Shikishin for household chores, and even though there was nobody the gate used to open and close on its own.
  844. At Seinan War, he visited Kagoshima as an Imperial envoy and he interviewed Tadayoshi SHIMAZU and Uzuhiko SHIMAZU.
  845. At Seisho-ji Temple in Matsumoto City, Higashichikuma County, a convention for Shokyo-sha association was held.
  846. At Sekishu-guchi and Geishu-guchi, where Masujiro OMURA was commander-in-chief, Choshu won an easy victory, supported by the adjacent Tsuwano Domain and the Hiroshima clan's non-committal policy to the Choshu conquest.
  847. At Sengaku-ji Temple where the Ako Roshi are buried, the Gishi Festival takes place every year on the day of the raid even today (although the precise timing was around midnight of December 14th of Japan's old lunar calendar, the Gishi Festival still takes place on December 14th of the New (solar) calendar).
  848. At Senhime's death, her grand-daughter, Naahime (Katsuhime's daughter, not the same person as Hideyori's daughter mentioned above) transcribed the 'Jodo-Sanbu-kyo' (Three Pure Land Sutras, 4 volumes) in order to pray for her soul.
  849. At Setagayasan Kannon-ji Temple in the Setagaya Ward of Tokyo there are the statue of Fudo Myoo and the statue of hachidai-doji made by Koen (a grandson of Unkei), an artist of Buddhism statue in the Kamakura period, which were moved from the abolished Uchiyama Eikyu-ji Temple in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture.
  850. At Shibatayashiki-cho Park located to the north side of the station, an old-time Kyoto Municipal Traffic Bureau Type 1800 train (No. 1829) is conserved and used as an assembly room.
  851. At Shiiba-mura, Munehisa became acquainted with Tsurutomi-hime, who was believed to be the youngest grandchild of Taira no Kiyomori, fell in love with her and was blessed with two children while he was staying there for three years.
  852. At Shiki's house, Soseki became acquainted with fifteen-year-old Kyoshi TAKAHAMA, who would later encourage Soseki to be a professional writer.
  853. At Shimogamo-jinja Shrine and Kamigamo-jinja Shrine, the actual Imperial delegate, Shotenshoku (ceremonial master) announces the ceremonial message and the ceremony is carried out at the shrine.
  854. At Shimohemi, Koga City, Ibaraki Prefecture, there is a bridge called Shian-bashi, which is believed to be the place where Shizuka Gozen had dwelt on ("shian" in Japanese) which way to go.
  855. At Shinto funerals, masakaki with yellow and white streams are used.
  856. At Shinto shrines, these are often called 'nubakama.'
  857. At Shirakawa no seki (Shirakawa Barrier), Kagesue was asked and dedicated a waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables).
  858. At Shiseido Parlor, a prestigious western style restaurant in Tokyo, ketchup is not used to flavor chicken rice.
  859. At Shoren-in Temple, special night visits are held every year in spring and autumn when the gardens are illuminated.
  860. At Shugakuin car barn, the transfer of some buildings and modification of the track arrangement were carried out due to the construction of Kitayama-dori Street, and as a result the turnout that is situated nearby the entrance became the company's only three-direction turnout.
  861. At Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine Empress Jingu and Sumiyoshi Okami are enshrined closely together, but Emperor Chuai is not enshrined.
  862. At Sumiyoshi/plums of the Tenman god/have bloomed
  863. At Suwa-taisha Shrine in Shimosuwa Town, Suwa District, Nagano Prefecture, yabusame is performed for dedicating (offering) shinji.
  864. At Taiko kenchi 1 cho was changed to 3000 bu (tsubo; a unit of land measurement; 3.31 square meters).
  865. At Taiseki-ji Temple, after a memorial service is held at the Goei-do Hall (hall dedicated to the sect's founder), a sutra is recited to open the five-storied pagoda.
  866. At Tarumaezan-jinja Shrine (Tomakomai City, Hokkaido), it is enshrined with Oyamatsumi-no-kami and Kayano-hime as the god of the wilds (a field) and the god of reclamation.
  867. At Tarumaezan-jinja Shrine (Tomakomai City, Hokkaido), she is enshrined together with mountain god, Oyamatsumi no Kami, and god of trees, Kukunochi.
  868. At Tenmanya, Kyutaro MIURA had as his bodyguard seven Shinsengumi members including Hajime SAITO and Kuwajiro OISHI.
  869. At Tennoji Station, these trains are sometimes connected to rapid trains from the Hanwa Line on the Osaka Loop Line, but there are many cases where a connection is not considered.
  870. At Tetsugakukan, he was greatly influenced by Bunyu NANJO.
  871. At The Starlin's stage, the PA was covered with a box to protect it from the violent audience, and the singer, Michiro ENDO threw firecrackers at the audience, while MC shouting 'I don't care if somebody dies today.'
  872. At Todai-ji Temple, Hozo studied Dharmalogy of the Hosso Study under Kanku, Sanron Teachings under Enshin, and Esoteric Buddhism under Teijo of Daigo-ji Temple, living in Jisso-in Temple of Todai-ji Temple.
  873. At Todai-ji Temple, the four people Roben, Emperor Shomu, Gyoki and Bodai Senna are called 'Shisho' (The Holy Four).
  874. At Toji Temple, The god Inari merged with Dakiniten (an Indian female deity, Dakini) of Shingon Esoteric Buddhism, which helped the worship of the god Inari that had encompassed the concept of Dakiniten spread, as Shingon Sect also spread across the country.
  875. At Tokuyama-ko port, there is a monument dedicated to the place where the 'Five Nobles Landed' (at the water park at Harumi-futo wharf in Shunan City, Tokuyama) that was built in 1913.
  876. At Tokyo Cinema Shokai, he made advertising commercial for cosmetics companies and took a job of cutting or editing at a day wage of only five yen.
  877. At Tokyo Imperial University he studied under Nobutsuna SASAKI, and was called the most talented student of the Bamboo and Oak (Chikuhaku) Society.
  878. At Toshodai-ji Temple Kondo there are wooden statues of Bonten and Taishakuten (Nara period).
  879. At Tsuetate-onsen Hot Spring in Oguni-machi, Kumamoto Prefecture, 3,500 koi-nobori are hoisted.
  880. At Ugafuku-jinja Shrine in Kamakura City, Ugajin remains enshrined as a Shinto god.
  881. At Unzen hot springs, eggs are available which have a slightly sulfurous smell and have been cooked in a steamer using steam from Jigokudani valley.
  882. At Urabon-e (the Bon Festival), all homyo-jiku are exposed and hung.
  883. At Usa-jingu Shrine and other shrines, it is considered that this refers to the Munakata three gods, but there are many theories on the true identity of Hime Okami at Hachiman-sha Shrine.
  884. At Uzumasa-tenjingawa Station or stations in the section between Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station and Misasagi Station, the number of cars is always announced because six-car trains (Tozai Line trains) and four-car trains (trains coming from the Keihan Keishin Line) are busily operated.
  885. At Worenchuan section (Account of the Wa People section) in the book called Weizhi Dongyi zhuan (Records of Wei Concerning Eastern Barbarians) among "Sanguo Zhi" (History of the Three Kingdoms), (the popular name of this section is Gishiwajinden, compiled by Shou CHEN, 3rd century, Jin period) her name was written as '壹與' in both manuscript printing lines.
  886. At Yamanaka, no need for chrysanthemums - the scent of hot springs
  887. At Yamashina Station, there are six tracks as follows: From north to south, Biwako Line (Outer track, westbound), Kosei Line (eastbound), Biwako Line (Inner track, westbound), Biwako Line (Inner track, eastbound), Kosei Line (westbound), and Biwako Line (Outer track, eastbound).
  888. At Yamazaki Station, ICOCA/J-Through cards can be used (refer to the section on ICOCA with respect to the mutually available IC cards).
  889. At Yamazaki, Kotobukiya Ltd. (the present Suntory Liquor Ltd.) opened a distillery as Japan's first malt whisky distillery in 1923.
  890. At Yasoshima Festival in November 1169, Keishi acted the role of the Imperial messenger.
  891. At Yatsushiro-gu Shrine, where another younger brother is enshrined, the deity's name is pronounced as "Kanenaga Shinno (Prince Kanenaga)," and not "Kaneyoshi."
  892. At Zen-sect temples, time consumed until a stick of Senko burns out (about 40 minutes) was called Icchu and it was used as the unit time for Zen meditation.
  893. At Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyokai (National New Sake Appraising and Deliberating Fair) held in the brewing year 1990, on which occasion Akita Prefecture sent sake using the yeast, the prefecture won the second largest number of gold prizes in the nation.
  894. At Zoshikan school, he became a very close friend of Toshiaki KIRINO.
  895. At Zuishin-in Temple are several historic remains related to ONO no Komachi including a Stupa Komachi believed to depict Komachi in her final years, a fumizuka (burial mound of drafts for commemoration) and the Kesho-no-ido (make-up well),
  896. At a Daijo-sai festivals there were five dancers.
  897. At a battlefield, Kenshin fought without fear as he believed that even if a bullet grazed his hair it could not hit him, he dedicated ganmon (prayer) for self rightness to Shinto and Buddhist deities before any battle.
  898. At a certain house, a wife dies while she is expecting a baby, and is buried.
  899. At a certain house, andon (paper-covered lamp stand) was burning out almost every night; when the cause was searched, it was discovered that kyuso had been appearing in the middle of the night to lick the fish oil that was used for the light.
  900. At a church or an old municipal office in Europe, a mechanical clock is often seen.
  901. At a coming of age ceremony or a ceremony at the Imperial Court, women pull their fringes up and form the motodori (hair tied up on the top of the head) with a comb in the motodori, a reminiscence of the custom during the Nara period in which people tied their hair.
  902. At a conference hosted by Professor Lee during this visit, Professor Mabuchi stated that "Koreans conquered Japan and built the Yamato Dynasty."
  903. At a diplomatic ceremony between nations, the seat arrangement was determined depending on whether the person has a decoration or a peerage, and what grade he/she was at.
  904. At a drinking party in Mizuno's house
  905. At a famous kabuki "Yotsuya Kaidan", the kakegoe "Hasegawa" is especially often heard, because those incredibly creative sets for the play were invented by the eleventh Kanbei HASEGAWA.
  906. At a festival on the fifth day of the fifth month, many decorative paper balls were sent to Tamakazura.
  907. At a festival, he saw performers beating taiko (Japanese big drum) with two bachi (drumsticks), suddenly he hit on an idea adapting the performers' style for a style of sword fighting, since then, he developed Nito-ryu.
  908. At a final fight, Matashichiro gathered hundreds of disciples of the Yoshioka, armed with spears, naginata (Japanese halberd) and bows, and went to Sagarimatsu, outside of Kyoto City.
  909. At a fixed time, dancers arrived at Genki-mon gate, stepped out of a car and entered a predetermined gosechidokoro accompanied by nobilities wearing sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress).
  910. At a fudasho temple, pilgrims have the temple collect their shakyo (hand-copied sutra) and pay it the nokyo-ryo (fee for the collection of the shakyo) as a donation after a prayer, and they receive the stamp of the hoin in the nokyo-cho (a book in which they collect the stamp of the hoin and the signature at each fudasho temple).
  911. At a funeral, the nenbutsu-ko is sometimes held at a Buddhist memorial service called the makura-kyo (the service that chants a sutra near the pillow of the deceased during tsuya (the wake)).
  912. At a glance, its narrow face, costume and pedestal are similar to those of the principal image of Horyu-ji Temple's Kondo, the bronze statue of Shaka Nyorai.
  913. At a glance, the pagoda appears to be a six-story pagoda having the six roofs.
  914. At a governor's press conference on March 10, 2006, Ishihara acknowledged this by stating as follows:
  915. At a great military parade held in Kyoto in 1581, he held the greatest rank of any member of the Oda family.
  916. At a henpai, first, one conjures Tamame up and states the purpose of the incantation to be performed.
  917. At a humble dwelling in Suma, Genji lived a lonely life while exchanging letters with people in the capital and drawing pictures.
  918. At a koicha (thick tea) party, people directly use kaishi or a special cloth (or a piece of paper) called kojakin to clean off the lip of a tea bowl.
  919. At a later date he became a recluse at Keiju-in, a mountainside sub temple of Tenryu-ji Temple.
  920. At a later date, Shinagawa was pursued about his responsibility over the campaign interference, and as he was sickened by the way the Matsukata cabinet handled the situation, he resigned himself from the post.
  921. At a later stage in history, it was used to refer to the relationships between people.
  922. At a later time, it became Nenbutsu-dojo (training hall for Buddhist invocation) of a Buddhist monk Honen, and now belongs to the Jodo (Pure Land) sect.
  923. At a later time, the names of provinces, such as Ise, moved to the back of the book, and the first entry was replaced by 'Indo' (India).
  924. At a low temperature, when it is difficult for the salt to be absorbed, the amount of salt used is somewhat increased, and at a high temperature the amount is decreased.
  925. At a manned station, passengers buy tickets at the automatic ticket machine and pass them through the automatic ticket gate.
  926. At a manned station, the passenger swipes the card through a reader installed at the ticket gate.
  927. At a mealtime, Ujimasa poured a soup on rice once, but poured it again as the soup was not enough.
  928. At a much later time period in this history, the Echizen-Asakura clan became a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) during the Sengoku period (period of warring states) in Japan, having had the original name of the Kusakabe clan.
  929. At a news conference held in October 2005, he abruptly announced his intention to participate in professional wrestling by saying "I would like to challenge American entertainment professional wrestling taking advantage of "kyogen power" which I have fostered in the kyogen world."
  930. At a place called 'Akabe' in Hirose-gun County (Koryo-cho, Kitakatsuragi-gun, Nara Prefecture) at the eastern foot of Umami Hill in the western part of the Nara Basin, there is 'Ako Tomb,' which is regarded as the tomb of Tochi no Himemiko.
  931. At a place not far from the village of Perrier la Campagne, he lost control of the vehicle while trying to pass the car in front, skidding sideways before flying off the road and colliding with a large acacia tree at the roadside.
  932. At a poetry reading party in Tsubaichi (Sakurai City), the Crown Prince became so mad when he had lost the singing competition with Shibi so much so that he had Shibi executed by OTOMO no Kanamura in Narayama (Nara City) and moreover in November he also had the minister Matori killed.
  933. At a prestigious dinner, sake drinks are served after completing a round of dishes or while waiting for dishes to be prepared.
  934. At a regular board meeting held on July 3, 2002, Association for Japanese Noh Plays decided to set up the "Examination committee for Motoya IZUMI."
  935. At a request of Shingon sect Daikaku-ji school at Saga Daikaku-ji Temple, he restored "Bunkanshirin" (a book of Chinese poems in China).
  936. At a riverside sanctuary such as Varanasi (Banaras), a ceremony of floating lanterns, called "Puja" ("memorial service" in Sanskrit), is performed every night.
  937. At a shrine where an oni is enshrined as a deity or treated as a messenger of a deity, or at a shrine or temple for katayoke (elimination of hazards existing in an ominous direction), the words shouted by bean throwers are "Oni mo (wa) uchi (In with ogres, too!)" instead of "Oni wa soto ("Out with ogres!)."
  938. At a shrine, bow twice, clap hands twice, and then bow once (all being deep bows).
  939. At a similar time, within the Bakufu, the 11th Shogun, Ienari TOKUGAWA was trying to give the honorary title of 'Ogosho' to his own father Harusada HITOTSUBASHI.
  940. At a tavern in Shinagawa called Shimazakiro, a sumo wrestler named Yotsuguruma Daihachi and some young members of the Me-gumi firefighting brigade quarrelled over something very trivial.
  941. At a temple in the nearby mountain, there was an Ajari (high rank of priest), who was very studious and respected by everyone, but when he brought back a servant boy with him from Koshi, where he had administered the vows at an initiation ceremony, he came to favor the boy.
  942. At a temple, hold the palms and fingers of both hands together.
  943. At a temple, tera-ihai are enshrined in the ihai-do (hall for ihai) or the main hall and are prayed to during the devotional exercises of the morning and evening.
  944. At a time when Western learning was held in contempt as bangaku (barbaric study), public opinion was strongly against Dutch scholars.
  945. At a time when a meat diet was avoided, Mitsukuni ignored the Shorui Awaremi no Rei (Instructions concerning compassion for all living creatures) issued by Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA the fifth Shogun, eating beef, pork, and mutton.
  946. At a time when up-and-coming directors such as Nagisa OSHIMA, Masahiro SHINODA and Yoshishige YOSHIDA were making a name as part of the Shochiku New Wave, Yamada remained low-key.
  947. At a usucha (thin tea) party, people clean off the lip of a tea bowl with their fingers after finishing the tea, and then they take kaishi from the inside of the front flap of the kimono in order to wipe their fingers with it.
  948. At a vaudeville theater, the performance of kamikiri is shown as one of "iromono" (various entertainments other than storytelling), and sometimes it is shown in response to the requests of the audience.
  949. At a yakitori-ya restaurant, when a customer places an order, he or she is usually asked about the type of seasoning, shio or tare.
  950. At a young age he entered Shoju-ji Temple for training; the temple was an ancestral temple of the Satake clan and held many cultural properties such as paintings, which greatly influenced Sesson's paintings.
  951. At a young age he entered into priesthood as Kojin's disciple; he later served the Tendai-zasu (the head priest of the Tendai sect) Jigen sojo who the Emperor Godaigo confided in, and was appointed hoin (the highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests).
  952. At a young age, Nakamaro learned arithmetic from ABE no Sukunamaro, Dainagon (the chief councilor of the state), and showed excellent academic ability.
  953. At a young age, he served shukei (budget bureau) Yoshitada TODO (his haigo was Sengin), who was an heir of Yoshikiyo TODO, a Samurai-Daisho (commander of warriors) of Ueno in Iga Province, and studied under Kigin KITAMURA to start learning haikai with Yoshitada, who was two years older.
  954. At about 1,100 m, the tunnel of the westbound track joins the eastbound track coming from the right, to make a double-track tunnel.
  955. At about 4:45, on the bridge, the march was stopped by the Kyoto City Police which regarded the march as an illegal demonstration, then a clash occurred, it turned into a tussle, and the south rail of the bridge (wooden rails at that time) broke and fell down.
  956. At about 600 meters northeast of this site, the remains of the residence of smith, which had been dug from 2000 to 2002 in the construction of Shin Meishin Expressway, are located.
  957. At about ten o'clock on the morning of April 21, ASANO slashed at him with a sword in a great corridor of the castle.
  958. At about that time, management of the Kariganeya was on the verge of bankruptcy; yet, being a philanderer by nature, Korin spent days pursuing pleasure and squandering the huge sum he had inherited, and ended up borrowing money from his younger brother, Kenzan.
  959. At about the same time city states in northern Italy began to issue their own currencies, giving rise to the money changer who changed a city's currency for another's.
  960. At about the same time, Choki MOTOBU stole the show in the Kansai area by showcasing his karate skills before the public.
  961. At about the same time, Shunjo IKKO, a priest of the Jodo sect in Kyusyu, performed Odori Nenbutsu independently of Ippen.
  962. At about the same time, Yoshisada NITTA, vassal of Kozuke Province, also gathered an army, and destroyed the shogunate, taking Takauji's heir Senjuo (later called Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA), who had escaped from Kamakura, with him.
  963. At about the same time, Yoshiteru's mother Kijuin killed herself on the death of her son.
  964. At about this point, he was appointed to Mutsu Chinju Shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of Mutsu Province).
  965. At about this time Soun married Nanyoin-dono, a daughter of Masakiyo OGASAWARA, a Taira clan branch family with the same social rank as the Ise family, and had a son, Ujitsuna.
  966. At about this time, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI gave to Sotan the tea ceremony utensils that he had taken from Rikyu, putting him in the position of Rikyu's successor, instead of his uncle Doan.
  967. At about this time, Shinran asked Honen to change his name, and was given the name "Zenshin".
  968. At about this time, he opened a private school.
  969. At about this time, he was appointed to Saemon no kami (Captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  970. At about this time, he wrote "Jiseiron," an explanation of anti-Shogunate and anti-foreigner theory.
  971. At about this time, the widow Genshi fell in love with Sangi MINAMOTO no Yorisada.
  972. At about three o'clock in the morning on January 23, 1900, a fire broke out in a textile factory in Komyoji-mura Village.
  973. At age 10, Junson entered the Buddhist priesthood under Junnyo, the 12th chief priest of Hongan-ji Temple (and the founder of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple) who was also Junson's uncle and the husband of his older sister.
  974. At age 10, Zuikei Shuho lost his father who was killed during the Oei War.
  975. At age 11, he entered the local large Shoshazan Engyo-ji Temple and began to study the ways of the Tendai sect, but after awakening to Zen Buddhism, he travelled to consult with Koho Kennichi of Kamakura and Nampo Jomin of Kyoto.
  976. At age 13 he went to study at Mt. Hiei and was ordained into the priesthood in the following year.
  977. At age 13, he entered the priesthood taking the tonsure at Shoen-ji Temple in Echigo Province.
  978. At age 13, he left to study at Mt. Hiei-zan and, at age 15 he entered the priesthood under the guidance of monk Genko.
  979. At age 13, he read the 'Taiheiki' (The Record of the Great Peace) which made him revere the Emperor. At age 18 he left a note, left his family and led an itinerant life preaching the theory of reverence for the Emperor.
  980. At age 13, he went to Kamakura.
  981. At age 18, he became a pupil at Dairen-ji Temple (Kyoto City) in Kyoto.
  982. At age 19 he received permission to adopt a surname and wear a pair of swords.
  983. At age 19, Mukan Fumon received Bosatsu-kai (Bodhisattva Precepts) from Eicho at Choraku-ji Temple in Kozuke Province.
  984. At age 19, he became a priest officially recognized by the state, and changed his name to Enchin.
  985. At age 20, he went to Kyoto to study medical science, Confucianism, and Herbalism.
  986. At age 29, he entered the Buddhist priesthood and, at age 46, served as chief priest at Wanfu Temple, Mount Huangbo, Fujian.
  987. At age 50 together with Kaiseki NORO (a younger associate from Kishu) and others, Gyokushu traveled to Muro-gun and from the experience produced some of his best work: "Kumano Scenic Folio" and "Nachinotaki Waterfall Folio."
  988. At age 68 or 69, Tesshu YAMAOKA became a follower.
  989. At aged 20, he left the place where he was born and run away to Edo.
  990. At aged 31, Yoritomo had an affair with Masako HOJO, the eldest daughter of Tokimasa HOJO who was performing the duty of watching Yoritomo.
  991. At all other shrines, sengu is sometimes differentiated from the concept of senza.
  992. At almost all ninja schools, except the Iga school and Koga school, they did not use such special swords, but used Wakizashi and Uchigatana.
  993. At almost all udon (Japanese wheat noodle) restaurants, Oden is sold as a side dish on a 'help-yourself' basis.
  994. At almost the same time, shuttle services between Uji Shako and Kintetsu Okubo became available all day long.
  995. At almost the same time, the motor road was extended to Nosegawa Village, then, the role of Kohechi as a community road ended.
  996. At an age of as young as nine year, he entered Buddhist priesthood at Kannabi-ji Temple in Yamashiro Province, and became the successor of the Genkun NANREI's principle in 1729.
  997. At an automated ticket gate accepting KANSAI THRU PASS, the code HK is printed on the card.
  998. At an early age he started to inherit Kikugoro's entertainment system under Kikugoro's tutelage.
  999. At an early date, Ju-rasetsunyo put employed Tang dynasty Chinese costumes, but there are also many works of Ju-rasetsunyo using Japanese costumes influenced by Japanese culture.
  1000. At an early stage Japanese troops destroyed and overpowered Korean troops and occupied Seoul, Pyongyang and other cities, but the battle line was stuck by resistance of warriors in various places and reinforcements of Min Dynasty of China.

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