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  1. Those who want to act as if they were superior to others will lose by comparison with others.'
  2. Those who wanted to try mastered techniques had to do so in street fighting such as kake-dameshi.
  3. Those who were Sangi or higher and Sanmi (Third Rank) or higher were called kugyo (court noble), and Sangi was considered kugyo, but Sangi who served as Benkan (officials of the dajokan) and Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) were appreciated as practitioners.
  4. Those who were bitten by this highly venomous, deadly snake may die within seven steps, thereby being named 'Shichiho-da' (seven-step snake).
  5. Those who were capable with preparing official documents, etc. were appointed to the mokudai.
  6. Those who were dissatisfied with the principles of Meiji government were called 'fuhei shizoku' (former samurai with gripes).
  7. Those who were donated shoen in this situation were called ryoke.
  8. Those who were employees and retainers, even if they were not related, were also registered in the family register of those who raised them as additional registrants (it was forbidden in 1882).
  9. Those who were engaged in creating haikai professionally were called 'haikai poets.'
  10. Those who were firstly appointed to the kokushu of the above three provinces in 826 were Imperial Prince Kaya (Taishu of Hitachi Province), Imperial Prince Nakano (Taishu of Kazusa Province), and Imperial Prince Kadoi (Taishu of Kozuke Province) and all of them were Emperor Kanmu's princes.
  11. Those who were from the families of former noble clans and responsible for protocol, such as the Kira clan, the Hatakeyama clan, the Imagawa clan, and the Takeda clan were called koke (master of ceremonies) and separated from other retainers.
  12. Those who were granted Gakumonryo were called Kyuryo gakusei.
  13. Those who were granted nenshaku and naikan (kyokan) enjoyed a large income from their position as well from appointees in exchange for recommendations.
  14. Those who were integrated with bansho or kaisho (meeting place) were called Uchidoko, those who did their business near a bridge or on the street were called Dedoko, and those who visited customers with their tools were called Mawarikamiyui.
  15. Those who were involved in the plot were executed (Genko Incident).
  16. Those who were killed at the time of surrender of Ota-jo Castle were jizamurai who led ikki.
  17. Those who were not accused were released.
  18. Those who were originally Princes but had been conferred the title of Imperial Prince before the implementation of the former Imperial House Act (declared Imperial Princes) were ranked above Princes in order of conferrence.
  19. Those who were related to the death of people and to the processing of dead livestock due to diseases, accidents, wars and others were defined as Senmin.
  20. Those who were released on parole were Seima SAKAMOTO, Kanzaburo NARUISHI, Seiichi SAKIKUBO, Kuhei TAKEDA, Yojiro TOBIMATSU, Toramatsu OKABAYASHI and Ushiji KOMATSU.
  21. Those who were shot always fell to the ground.
  22. Those who were the second and the third sons of guards of Koshogumi and set up a branch family were admitted into Kakaku Kojunin gumi.
  23. Those who were to start interaction carried shokei (letter of introduction) sealed with toso so that he could be certified by using the stamp seal.
  24. Those who were under Meshikome were prohibited from visiting the emperor, eating or following and attending any official events.
  25. Those who wish to join the retired Emperor as allies, let them immediately declare their intentions and go to him,' she said in tears, giving what most consider a masterful performance, and consequently they were successful in gathering many gokenin around Yoshitoki.
  26. Those who withdrew from Tenchu-gumi began to appear, and the morale of Tenchu-gumi went down.
  27. Those who won this medal were also provided with a yearly pension of 900 yen if first-grade or 65 yen for seventh-grade.
  28. Those who worked for Godaigo were people who had a personal relationship with him through study, arts, religion, etc., and were mainly people who were descended from lower class families who wanted their family lines to become premier lineages.
  29. Those who, driven by a personal sense of justice, affiliated themselves with the revolutionary movement were mostly students of Yomeigaku.
  30. Those whose names are ascertained are the following.
  31. Those whose positions or the number of koku are unknown included Chugoro OGASAWARA, Jingoemon MURAKAMI, Zenemon FURUSAWA, Jiroemon BABA, Yaemon ISHIHARA, Gozaemon TOMITA, Hachizaemon HOSHI, Shinemon WAKAMATSU, Tokube KONDO, Jinemon YAMASHITA and Goroemon SAKAKIBARA.
  32. Those wishing to view the Tai-an Teahouse are required to book about one month in advance.
  33. Those with Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture
  34. Those with a hamburger, an omelet or sausage are often called Western style Makunouchi-bento.
  35. Those with knee pain can use a chair.
  36. Those with red stems are called tonoimo (Chinese potato) or hon-ebi, and those with green stems (yellow-green) are called meimo.
  37. Those with six holes are called rokko (rokketsu) shinobue, and those with seven holes are called shichiko (nanaketsu) shinobue.
  38. Those with whom he fought happened to be the members of Shinsen-gumi (an Edo shogunate police force located in Kyoto); Shinpachi NAGAKURA, Soji OKITA and Hajime SAITO.
  39. Those within the parenthesis is pronounced in the way of Kun (the Japanese pronunciation of Chinese character).
  40. Those wooden statues and pictures of Masamune produced after his death were given both eyes, while the right eye was represented slightly smaller than the other; this was based on the thought of Masamune, "my eyes were given by my parents, thus it is unfilial that I lost my right eye, even if the cause of that loss was an illness."
  41. Those words are combined with '垣' which has the meaning of enclosure to form a word 'holy and beautiful enclosure for the god.'
  42. Those words were used not only among intellectuals but also in educational fields and this encouraged adoption of new words.
  43. Those working at the Tenyakuryo provided medical care--and trained those who offered such care--for the officials at court, as well as overseeing gardens of medicinal herbs and other such projects.
  44. Those written in bold letters are the World Heritages.
  45. Those written in the style of Taisho and one indentation are in the Urabe family group.
  46. Those zuryo and zaichokanjin (local officials) consolidated their positions as shokan (an officer governing shoen manor) by voluntarily donating shoen manors which they had created to influential magnates.
  47. Those, such as Kawachinosuke TANAKA, whom no domain wanted to take in, were said to be handed over to the Satsuma domain, but in fact they were taken away in a ship and were killed.
  48. Though "Hantako" is not regarded as a kind of fundoshi loincloth, we take it up here for explanation.
  49. Though "Hokusai Manga" was a etehon (art manuals) (book of sketches), there were caricatures and cartoons.
  50. Though "Miyako meisho zue" (Illustrated collection of famous places of the capital) says that there was 'Shiogama-myojin' (a gracious deity) in the precincts, it does not exist.
  51. Though "Ofumi (Gobunsho)" by Rennyo is respected along with the legitimate scriptures by Hongan-ji School and Otani School, it is not used by some sects such as Takada School.
  52. Though "Senjinkun military code" can not be compared with "'the Imperial Rescript to Soldiers and Sailors," there is no mentality seen through "Senjinkun military code," but just a list of items to be pushed to soldiers vainly.
  53. Though "Wamyo-sho" (a dictionary compiled in the Heian period) mentions it as a bathing tool, it is said to have been one of the interior ornaments in the Heian period.
  54. Though 'Bumon no toryo' was not necessarily a single person, persons who had a particularly good reputation were TAIRA no Koretoki, TAIRA no Korehira and TAIRA no Muneyori of Kanmu-Heishi (Taira clan) and MINAMOTO no Mitsunaka, MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu and MINAMOTO no Yorinobu of Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  55. Though 100 bronze mirrors were given to Himiko as an imperial grant, many more Sankakubuchi Shinjukyo Mirrors were discovered.
  56. Though 132 villages throughout the nation insist that their residents are the descendants of Ochudo, almost all of their arguments are considered to be incredible.
  57. Though Ashura was used for the strongest sexual justice in The Rig-Veda, it has been recognized as an awful Kijin (fierce god) since the Middle Ages (the times around the Heian period).
  58. Though Asura is currently positioned as evil or a demon, it should be noted that it was often positioned as the highest-ranking deity rather than the evil conflicting with Indra and others in the older Veda period.
  59. Though Babylonian destroyed Assyria in alignment with Median, Babylonia was destroyed by Assyrians, who rebuilt their country.
  60. Though Beppyo jinja were originally only the old Kankoku Heisha, a notification 'About Selection of Shrines specified in the Special List' was issued in 1951, and standards to select shrines which are other than Kankoku Heisha and newly added in the special list were specified.
  61. Though Bridge to Heaven is long and Takayama is high, I want to go and get Tsukuyomi's ochimizu and present it to you so that you can regain your youth.
  62. Though Daijokan could add any opinion on the document of Soji, it basically had an opening sentence "Daijokan kashiko mosu" ("The Grand Council has much pleasure in this writing"), being followed by the contents of Ge document, and finally closed by signatures of legislatures.
  63. Though Doyo belonged to Takauji side, he had advocated Takauji's making peace with the Southern Court, and having Emperor Gomurakami issue an Imperial order directing that Tadayoshi, who was on the Southern Court side had defeated Takauji, be killed should he rise against Takauji.
  64. Though Genrin was born into a rich merchant family in Kyoto, his body was so weak that he abolished the family business, studied Sinology and medicine, and devoted himself as a town doctor.
  65. Though Gensho GITEN is considered the actual founding priest of Ryoan-ji Temple, he himself became the 2nd head priest, making his own master, Soshun NIPPO, the founder.
  66. Though Hachiro was captured and delivered to the residence of Tosa clan, his life could not be saved and he died there.
  67. Though Haruo still demanded the revision of the calendar, he was taken with illness and died young at an age of 43.
  68. Though Hideyoshi planned to give the territory of Hyuga Province to Sorin, it was said that he declined it for lack of his motivation for governing it or had very recently died.
  69. Though Hitsuki Shinji was not decoded enough at that time, some of the military officials seemed to believe and sanctify it.
  70. Though Homyo is misunderstood as a name given to the deceased, originally it is the name given by swearing to live as a disciple of Buddha throughout life.
  71. Though I have been thinking of you, now my feelings are tinged with the color of teardrops. ("Senzai (waka) shu" (Collection of a Thousand Years))
  72. Though I shackled my chess piece to me, it was impossible for me to take it with me, but seems like someone succeeded in seeing my piece.
  73. Though Ichijo-oji Street formed the northern edge of Heian-kyo, the downtown area expanded across it northward after the mid-Heian period.
  74. Though Iga no Kata was placed in confinement, Masamura, Yasutoki's younger half-brother by a different mother, and Yoshimura MIURA, one of the influential gokenin involved in the incident, weren't accused and soon Mitsumune IGA, who had been sent into exile, was forgiven and recovered his position.
  75. Though Iwatate became associated with the HIGASHIKAN clan, and it is highly likely that Iwatate himself was from Mikawa.
  76. Though Japan is a big consuming area of nori and applies the import quota system, previously the import quota was allocated only to South Korea.
  77. Though July 7 of the Gregorian calendar falls on a summer day, July 7 of the old calendar mostly falls after the time of risshu and therefore, the old calendar-based tanabata is a seasonal word for autumn.
  78. Though Kano was born as the second son of a merchant whose trade name was Echizen-ya, who dealt with cotton, and whose store was located on Oshi-koji street in Kyoto, Kano liked martial arts since his childhood, learned Japanese fencing, and joined Shinsengumi at the age of 18.
  79. Though Kansai Railway earlier operated the line between Kamo and Nara via Daibutsu, this line was later abolished when a shortcut line connecting Kamo and Kizu was completed.
  80. Though Kikuchi was arrested in Kofu, his death sentence being commuted to life in prison, was released from prison in 1905, and died in 1914).
  81. Though Koga belonged to the Rokkaku clan, it formed a soson (a community consisting of peasants' self-governing association), in which all issues were decided and managed by majority (council system).
  82. Though Kozui's younger brother Komyo had the right of succession to the chief priest of Hongan-ji Temple, Kozui requested Komyo to waive his right and Komyo accepted his older brother's request.
  83. Though Masachika first succeeded his father and became hatamoto, he was adopted by Masataka ABE because their head family, Shinobu clan had no successor and Masachika succeeded Masataka as the head of the family when Masataka retired in 1748.
  84. Though Masakazu was small in stature, he had a well-projected voice and was very good at performing "Tarokajamono" (story of a servant) and "Zatomono" (story of a blind man).
  85. Though Mitsunari had ruled over the Ise region since August, he made a decision to fight in the fields of Sekigahara due to Ieyasu's quick inverting attack to the west.
  86. Though Mitsunari initially followed Yoshitsugu's advice, he became arrogant as before.
  87. Though Mitsunari was offered a dried persimmon before his execution, he said, "Persimmons aren't good for the health," and therefore refused to eat it.
  88. Though Mokubei's ears were always red and swollen, he refused to change his method.
  89. Though Nagakata's father was Yoshitoshi YAMAZAKI who was a kotaiyoriai onreishu (a special high rank among a family status of samurai warriors), Nagakata's mother was a daughter of Nagakuni KURODA and, therefore, Nagakata was adopted as a son adopted at the deathbed.
  90. Though Nagashige was a daimyo, he was also good at swordplay and from when he was young he trained at the Shinkage-ryu school and Itto-ryu school in Ono faction, and it is said that his swordplay manner was feared being called 'tough style' since he was young.
  91. Though Nakazo himself did not belong to a distinguished family of kabuki actors, he had a successful career.
  92. Though Nioumiya sends letters frequently to Miya no Onkata by proxy through Taifu no Kimi, she is passive and nearly gives up on marriage.
  93. Though Odoi was built west of Sanjo Ohashi Bridge over the Kamo-gawa River (west of the Kawaramachi-Sanjo Crossing), a check station was established on the east bank of the Kamo-gawa River in and after the early-modern age and thus the place name Awataguchi remains near Keage.
  94. Though Pung was a hostage who mortgages the alliance of Paekche with Japan, Pung was treated as an honored guest, so it was not bad.
  95. Though Saionji frowned on committing to a specific private school as a public figure, he continued to give tangible and intangible support to the development of Ritsumeikan Gakuen (academy) for the rest of his life.
  96. Though Sanshi and his disciple Black, and Enraku were said to run in the election, they actually didn't.
  97. Though Sanyo Railway Company which was established by Jutaro and others as promoters in 1886 finished railroading between Kobe and Mihara by 1892, its business became depressed due to recession and Hikojiro NAKAMIGAWA, the president resigned in the condition of suspended railroading
  98. Though Sanyo continued his writing and tried to complete such works as "Nihon Seiki" and "Tsugi", his health condition began to deteriorate with persistent hemoptysis since he turned 51 years old or so at the beginning of Tenpo era.
  99. Though Sanyo's literary works do not have the part equivalent to "retsuden" - a core part of "Shiki"-, "Nihon Gaishi" (22 volumes), which corresponds to the aforementioned "13 volumes of seika", was written in bibliographical style, so it can be considered equivalent to "restsuden" as well.
  100. Though Sekko was brought back to Nan-jing in 1936, was moved into deep inside China to Bao-ji, Han-zhong, Cheng-du, and Wo-mei when Sino-Japanese War broke out.
  101. Though Sekko was moved to Nan-jing in 1947, the civil war between the Communist Party and the Nationalist Party broke out.
  102. Though Sokaku was also called 'Itsutsujinomiya,' the descendants, etc. after him are unknown.
  103. Though Soma was scheduled to be executed on May 17, 1868 together with Kondo, thanks to Kondo, who begged for Kazue's life, he and Risaburo NOMURA, who was also captured, were spared from the execution, and they were ordered to put a rein on their own behavior under the custody of the Kasama Domain.
  104. Though Tokiyori already had a son named Tokisuke HOJO with his concubine, he strongly wished to have an heir with his lawful wife and offered a fervent prayer for pregnancy at Tsuruoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  105. Though Toshimasa (Dosan) was in a difficult situation for a short time, he attacked Yorinari's residence of Oga-jo Castle and expelled Yorinari and his son, Jiro, to Owari Province, and he became a virtual ruler of the Mino Province.
  106. Though Tsunashige HOJO, the lord of Kawagoe-jo Castle, put up a fight, the castle was on the brink of falling to the enemy.
  107. Though Tsunayoshi had already decided to order seppuku, he couldn't stop feeling that he wanted to save the lives of the Roshi.
  108. Though Watamaro was a highly ranked official, he accompanied Tamuramaro and joined Tamuramaro's Ezo suppression.
  109. Though Yamaga criticized Shushigaku, the thought that people were responsible to the ethics of a community made by a system to which they belonged, remains in the current school system, while the thought propogated by Yamaga is in the minority.
  110. Though Yasutoki felt deep sympathy for the elder brother, Yasutoki had to decide on this case that the younger brother won.
  111. Though Yoshiharu managed Hokuriku region jointly with Yoshisuke, Takatsune SHIBA gradually regained his strength and conquered Soyama-jo Castle in the summer of 1341, ousting the party standing for the imperial court out of Echizen.
  112. Though Yoshihisa surrendered, others, including Yoshihiro, Toshihisa, Tadamoto NIIRO, Tadanori KATSURA and Tokihisa HONGO coutinued to resist.
  113. Though Yoshimoto was an enemy, Yasuyori repaired Yoshitomo's grave, erected a temple to enshrine the lost soul, employed six monks and had them perform the continual nenbutsu (Buddhist invocation) and donated about 297510 square meters of paddy fields for the upkeep of the shrine.
  114. Though Yotaiin married Nobusumi NOTOMI, a chief retainer of the Ryuzoji clan, she returned to her parents' home with her daughter because Nobusumi had died in battle soon after the marriage.
  115. Though Yushukan's framework that survived the fire was expected to be demolished, Goichi TAKEDA, who was engaged in the construction of an adjacent building of Doshisha Girl's School, recommended repairing and preserving it.
  116. Though a Ranpoi was often a Dutch scholar, a Ranpoi who studied only the medicine of Netherlands was not included in Dutch scholars.
  117. Though a certain Tashiro was secretly assigned the role to get rid of Kano, Tashiro was killed by Kano when he attacked Kano.
  118. Though a duck meat itself produces a good quality broth with a strong flavor, it is also very tasty if a stock made of kombu kelp is added.
  119. Though a few examples remain in the historical documents after 'the abolition of slavery,' which is thought to have occurred from the Kanpyo era to the Engi era, the class most likely disappeared shortly.
  120. Though a kyogen-mawashi is frequently not the protagonist, they sometimes leave a stronger impression since they perform an important role in scenes that are at the base of the story.
  121. Though aimed at restoring the Ritsuryo system, these reforms, ironically, significantly transformed it.
  122. Though armed resistance against Japan was suppressed, a total of thirteen armed resistance attempts occurred from the Beipu Incident in 1907 to the Xilaian Incident in 1915.
  123. Though as a result of syncretization it is categorized as a god, Ohanjin is deeply related to Buddhism, especially esoteric Buddhism.
  124. Though being one of the heads of the Iwakura family, he died young at the age of thirteen.
  125. Though being ranked next to the Kanjo-bugyo post in the Kanjo-sho office, this post was not under the Kanjo-bugyo post but under Roju's direct supervision (the second-highest post in the Bakufu government).
  126. Though besotted with a beautiful cherry tree, it is the flower you could never own.
  127. Though both of them are pure suppositions.
  128. Though built in 761, Horano-kyo was soon abandoned.
  129. Though characters read "Mikkan" in olden times, the first syllable was clipped.
  130. Though children often wear western clothes, in most cases they wear kimono.
  131. Though chofuku had been established by the period of the Emperor Kotoku, it was temporarily abolished at the period of the Emperor Tenmu.
  132. Though classified into the three groups, they can also considered constituting a tumulus group.
  133. Though defeated by Yoshikiyo MURAKAMI in the Battle of Uedahara in 1548, the Takeda clan crushed Nagatoki OGASAWARA in the Battle of Shiojiritoge in 1550, conquering the Middle-Shinano area.
  134. Though dependence upon rail transportation is lower in Taiwan today, the railway lines built during the period of Japanese rule remained as they were and are used as one of the important means of transportation.
  135. Though dimensions of each size differ to some degree depending on sect, the dimensions of butsudan size remain the same through all sects.
  136. Though dressed in black, the omozukai sometimes exposes his face at important scenes, so he is also called 'dezukai' (operator who shows himself).
  137. Though elementary and secondary schools were initially separated for Taiwanese and Japanese and the Japanese received a privileged treatment in examination, the difference was gradually becoming smaller as the Japanese rule progressed.
  138. Though enamored with a gorgeous peach tree, it is like the wind you could never control.
  139. Though established by the executive agencies or courts, these libraries are in a special position as branch libraries of the NDL, comprising a part of the NDL organization along with the main libraries.
  140. Though few historical materials exist that leave a true account, a draft document sent by Chokushisho in 799 to Todai-ji Temple's sango (a monk with managerial role) was compiled in 'Heian Ibun' (Documents of the Heian period).
  141. Though formerly government officials exchanged documents in a form of "I" (移) under the ritsuryo system, distinction became vague with an increase in number of Ryoge no kan, who used cho, and officials issued more and more documents in a form of cho instead of "I" (移).
  142. Though fundoshi loincloth is generally considered the underwear of olden days, some people are still devoted to using it even today.
  143. Though having been ordered not to come to the offices, the persons at Samurai-dokoro (the Board of Retainers), except those on duty, were in their offices secretly regardless of the ban.
  144. Though having resisted strongly, the Satsuma army was driven away from Shigetomi by the troops in both right and left flanks that fought bravely, and then was besieged near the beach and routed towards the north.
  145. Though having said, out of kindness, a lie that he is a lover of Omiyo, Shinsuke falls in love with Omiyo while seeing Shinzaburo and Oyomi disappear intimately into an inner room.
  146. Though he appealed his innocence to the emperor, he was executed.
  147. Though he attracted public attention with his uniquely exaggerated Yakushae, his popularity made a poor showing due to the excessive exaggeration of features, and he was defeated by "Yakusha butai no sugatae" (likenesses of actors on the stage) by Toyokuni UTAGAWA, which were overwhelmingly popular.
  148. Though he became Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) in 1514, he went to Iyo Province in 1520.
  149. Though he became Crown Prince, he died at the age of only 21.
  150. Though he became Juichii in 1405, he died.
  151. Though he became Naidaijin (minister of the center) in 1631, he resigned the next year.
  152. Though he became Naidaijin in 1420 after experiencing Bizen gon no kami (provisional governor of Bizen Province), Sangi (councilor), Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), Gon Dainagon (provisional major councilor) and other positions, he died the next year.
  153. Though he became Togubo (Crown Prince's Quarters) in 1329, he resigned in 1331 and transferred to Gon Dainagon that year.
  154. Though he became Udaijin in 1506, he resigned the next year.
  155. Though he became Udaijin in 1620, he resigned the next year.
  156. Though he began feeling strongly homesick in those days, he became the chief priest of the Suibi-ji Temple in Nanshan, Changan as requested, and was conferred the title of 'Hokaku Shinku Zenji' by the Yuan Dynasty.
  157. Though he did not have good supporters, his older paternal half-brother, Prince Kusakabe, became a crown prince in 681, meanwhile, Otsu came to join court politics in March, 683.
  158. Though he had a longing to be a painter, he gave up because it was difficult to become one because he didn't have enough money at that time.
  159. Though he had became the government official and was promoted up to Genroin gikan (councilor of Chamber of Elders or Senate) after Meiji Restoration, he took part in forming Liberal Party (Japan) and became vice president.
  160. Though he had stayed in Matsuyama for five years, he quit his job in Matsuyama domain to travel to study Western learning.
  161. Though he initially studied haiku poet under Kigin KITAMURA as his father and elder brother were also Kitamura's disciples, he later studied under Kyorai MUKAI.
  162. Though he introduced himself at first as "Magai," after he entered China as a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China, he changed his name to "Umakai."
  163. Though he is believed to have hailed from Sawara County in Chikuzen Province, some say that he hailed from Hyuga Province.
  164. Though he is believed to have hailed from Wakasa no kuni (Wakasa Province), it is also said that he hailed from Omi no kuni (Omi Province).
  165. Though he is legally a child of Nizaemon XI, his real father is Zenzaburo YASUDA.
  166. Though he is moved with this, Benkei says as follows.
  167. Though he is often described as a "missionary" he was not in fact a professional pastor, simply a Christian evangelist.
  168. Though he is said to have been born in Suiko dynasty, he went mainstream of the history late, around 682 in Tenmu dynasty.
  169. Though he is the oldest among actively working Kyogen performers, he still continues his energetic activities.
  170. Though he lived in Yokohama City after he was expelled from Tokyo due to hoan jorei (regulations for the preservation of law and order), he became The House of Representatives elected in the first general election of members of the House of Representatives in Diet and was selected for the House of Peers (Japan) in 1894.
  171. Though he met with difficulties including the loss of his sight in the course of writing, he barely managed to make it to the last episode with the help of Michi TOKIMURA, the wife of his son Sohaku, who took dictation.
  172. Though he often asked his colleague, Wada to make all his scripts, he participated in writing the scripts of most of his works after Wada retired because of his illness.
  173. Though he promoted to Shonii (Senior 2nd Rank) in 1432, he resigned Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  174. Though he put the basis on the Zhu Xi study, he also devoted himself to the old study.
  175. Though he resigned Gon Dainagon in 1385, he reassumed in 1402.
  176. Though he resigned Kanpaku, he was reappointed as Kanpaku and Uji no choja (chieftain of family) in 1275.
  177. Though he restarted an actor after he recovered from illness, he left Zenshinza theatrical group, which was then left-leaning, because he became weary of it.
  178. Though he seemed to be a victim of the complicated relation of interest in the samurai society, his death enabled avoidance of conflicts between the Aizu clan and Tosa clan, and the head of Aizu clan, Katamori MATSUDAIRA honored his graceful last moments and, therefore, gave a medal to his elder brother.
  179. Though he served as Daijosai Kengyo in accession (to the throne) of the Emperor Tsuchimikado in 1198 and was appointed to Naidaijin in 1205, he resigned on April 29, 1206 and entered the priesthood on January 4, 1207.
  180. Though he temporarily fell down after his father's death, he recovered in the era of Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA to be successively appointed to a shugoshiki (military governor) of Kawachi Province, Kii Province and Ecchu Province.
  181. Though he took sides with Serizawa group due to their hometown Mito, he was also getting along well with Okita and Todo from the Kondo group because of his innocent character and it is considered that he was kept in Sumiya on purpose.
  182. Though he transferred to Udaijin (minister of the right) the next year, he resigned.
  183. Though he visits Onna Sannomiya and Akashi no Onkata, his sorrow for losing Murasaki no ue only deepens.
  184. Though he was a capable agent provocateur, and deft at Machiavellian intrigue, he seems to have lacked the ability to develop military strategies.
  185. Though he was a great commander, excelling at both the paths of military arts and literary arts, some would overstress his educated character; he refuted these characterizations in a distinguished Waka poem, 'A man who ridicules someone as a Renga poet is not as brave as taking a bow and arrows.'
  186. Though he was a member of the Taira family he sided with MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and served him as a close retainer.
  187. Though he was a member of the imperial family and maintained a first degree relationship, he was given the family name of Minamoto following the practices of the times and he became subject of the state.
  188. Though he was a royalist who was worried about the future of Japan, he was sometimes connected with Kaishu KATSU, who worked for the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and also had a strange friendship with Isami KONDO of Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate).
  189. Though he was appointed shomotsu bugyo (archive commissioner) in 1767, he died of grippe in 1769 at the age of 72.
  190. Though he was asked to serve Nariaki TOKUGAWA who was the lord of the Mito domain later, he died 4 years later, in April 11, 1833.
  191. Though he was close to Koetsu HONAMI and passionately supported the arts, he died at a young age of 35.
  192. Though he was defeated in the confrontation with his uncle Yoshimitsu (Hitachi kassen) and ceded Hitachi Province to Satake clan who was the lineage of Yoshimitsu, he had steadily extended power over Shimotsuke Province through the establishment of Ashikagasho district and the like.
  193. Though he was dropped the case because of insufficient evidence, he lost his believers at a stretch partly because he had been abandoned from the world due to the old rumor of his immorality and spent his later years unhappily.
  194. Though he was engaged in trade, he well versed himself in music played in the Imperial Court or mausoleum halls in Ming, and he played these pieces of music with his family and followers.
  195. Though he was expected to produce further great works, he died of cardiac failure in 1985 after finishing "Yumechiyo nikki" (Diary of Yumechiyo) featuring Sayuri YOSHINAGA.
  196. Though he was initially minded to take the side of Kagekatsu UESUGI together with Kagenaga YAMAYOSHI and others in Kiba-jo Castle during the Otate War, he participated in the war on the side of Kagetora UESUGI together with Hidetsuna HONJO, a castellan of Tochio-jo Castle.
  197. Though he was much criticized by the oriental medicine specialists and closed his hospital, many people including the Kaga domain supported Chosyuku's reliable skill and personality, which contributed greatly to the development of internal medicine in Japan.
  198. Though he was originally devoted to Zen sect, he developed a keen interest in Christianity later and was finally christened.
  199. Though he was supported by Natto WADA, Shuntaro TANIKAWA, Shinya HIDAKA, Keiji HASEBE, and others as his brains, he was extremely sensuous and the bane of commentators.
  200. Though he was sympathetic to the Roshi's raid and had composed on February 20 of the same year a waka poem which praised the Roshi, at the time Cloistered Imperial Prince Koben gave non-committal responses to Tsunayoshi's remarks, and the issue was not directly addressed.
  201. Though he was the handsome grandson of an emperor, he was senior to the princess's father, Emperor Montoku and inferior to her in rank.
  202. Though he worries about his home, he cannot return.'
  203. Though her families and Moroie took care of her, she died before long.
  204. Though her years of birth and death were unknown, it is guessed that she was born around 1171 and died after 1251.
  205. Though his birth was in the the Shimotsuke-Utsunomiya clan, since Tomoyoshi SHIONOYA, the family head of the Shionoya clan which was in the line of Seiwa-Genji of the day, was childless, he became the adopted son of Tomoyoshi and succeeded to Shionoya clan's family name.
  206. Though his directing work was in the doldrums, he left many masterpieces as a scenario writer.
  207. Though his family's profession was a Buddhist painting, he learned the painting of the Tosa school.
  208. Though his local people held his exhibitions many times, Hakyo was an unknown painter.
  209. Though his parents told him to get a higher education, he 'had a feeling of opposition about the education system' at that time and his doctor did not recommend him to go to higher school due to his unhealthy condition.
  210. Though his position is unknown, he was an important figure in the Oda family at the time of Nobunaga's succession.
  211. Though his real name was Yukimori, he usually went by the name Shikanosuke.
  212. Though his son Suesada was an excellent busho who managed the territory, the logistic support and the front operation, there is no similar story of similar caliber concerning Sueto.
  213. Though in rare cases, sulfate springs are misunderstood as dangerous because they contain sulfuric acid.
  214. Though it contains a conventional and banal plot that was often seen in those days, the work is said to have an important element that makes the story more like a modern novel beyond the matter of gender, exposing the difference between a human's innate nature and his or her social role.
  215. Though it depends on the company, most close for three to five days on and around August 15th, the middle of the Bon festival, taking this Bon festival holiday as their summer holidays.
  216. Though it depends on the religious school, it is generally done first by holding a little pinch of zuko in the left hand, applying a little to the right index finger and middle finger and putting it into the mouth.
  217. Though it is also said that Otsugu's grave is located in Kannon-ji Temple, its location is not known.
  218. Though it is common species in Japan as a whole, it has high risk of extinction in some areas and has already gone extinct in some other areas.
  219. Though it is generally said that Kanayago-kami was a female god, there is also a theory that the god was mail.
  220. Though it is never performed nowadays, there is a scene at the beginning of this act, which is called 'Yuki kokashi,' (rolling snow) in which Yuranosuke appears together with a nakai and a hokan while rolling a big snow ball.
  221. Though it is no different from selling ordinary charms, the fact that they are holy charms means they are worth more than their actual value.
  222. Though it is not clear as to when Izuna-gongen became complete as a belief, the statue of Izuna with the existing oldest signature is that of Eifuku-ji Temple dating back to 1406.
  223. Though it is not clear when Senko was introduced into Japan, it was the Edo period when Senko became prevalent among ordinary people.
  224. Though it is not known when Toyoyuki succeeded the family estate, it is assumed he had by around July 1453 when his name appeared as "Yakata Rokuro".
  225. Though it is not recognized in the theory of Goshu (Five Realms), in the theory of Rokudo it refers to the world in which people with fighting spirit at any time live in such mental condition, or refers to such a mental condition.
  226. Though it is officially hosted by Kyoto SF Festival Jikko Iinkai (literally, the executive committee of Kyoto SF Festival), it is actually managed by Kyoto Daigaku SF Kenkyu-kai (literally, a SF study group of Kyoto University).
  227. Though it is said that Seson-ji Temple is the one of the 48 temples built by Prince Shotoku, the details are unclear.
  228. Though it is said that he wrote books including 100 volumes of "Ruijuhanshu" (collection of similar objects) and a volume of "Ruijuritsuryokeikanmondosiki" (collection of code officers' dialogue and journal), they no longer remain.
  229. Though it is said that okurisuzume has an appearance of a bird as its name represents, no one has seen its appearance.
  230. Though it is said that the National Diet Library Act was drawn up based on the original plan by the U.S. library mission, this preamble is believed to have been inserted by Goro HANI, a historian and a Diet member (who was then the chairman of the Steering Committee of the Library of the House of Councilors).
  231. Though it is shaped like a two-storied pagoda, it differs from normal two-storied pagodas in that the upper story is a square instead of a flat circle.
  232. Though it is thought that Takanobu wrote a story, "Ukinami" and a historical story, "Yasetsugi," no real books of such stories exist.
  233. Though it is unclear why this shrine was built, it is assumed that the Haji clan, who had their stronghold around there, founded it to enshrine their soshin Amenohohi no Mikoto.
  234. Though it is unknown from where and when the name "kuroneko" (literally, "a black cat") came to be used, it seems to have originated from the black color of the material fabric.
  235. Though it refers to the night of July 7 (lunar calendar), Tanabata Matsuri is held in Japan either on July 7 or a month later on August 7 as Bon festival is also held either in July or in August, after the Meiji revision of the calendar.
  236. Though it runs on the extension line of Higashinotoin-dori Street, today, Kyoto Station interrupts it halfway; Takakura Rikkyo overpass (nicknamed Takabashi) joins it with Takakura-dori Street at Shiokoji-Takakura, allowing it to connect with the northern side of Kyoto Station.
  237. Though it seemed the ensemble of shakuhachi and other instruments was officially prohibited by law, a picture in those days shows us that in fact the shakuhachi was already participating in sankyoku gasso at the end of the 18th century.
  238. Though it was a household agency, it held the authority to implement the order (ryoji (orders issued by princes, empresses and so on)) of the Empress Dowager Komyo as well as exercise military power.
  239. Though it was called 'Kawaramachi' for a while, the name has changed back to 'Kyoto Kawaramachi' ('Kawaramachi (Kyoto)' when noted in English) in both live announcements and automatic station broadcasting.
  240. Though it was determined that Hisatada succeeded to the position of kanpaku from Masamichi TAKATSUKASA who had fulfilled the duty of kanpaku for a long time, people in many sections were cautious about Hisatada because he could not keep his hands off women.
  241. Though it was held on the Chrysanthemum Festival in September or the first day of August, it was not popular like Hinamatsuri in March, and it is said to have died out at some point.
  242. Though it was just an only 10-letter short line, it is almost impossible to imagine Mitsuosa's feeling to lose the lord whom he had served for many years.
  243. Though it was known as a ryotei with a Noh stage, the main restaurant in Soemon-cho was closed in 2003; now, it remains as Yamatoya in Sogo Department Store.
  244. Though it was originally waist-length, during the Muromachi Period it took on the form with a longer front panel than back panel like current examples.
  245. Though it was rather too late, Korea realized the necessity of recovery of tariff autonomy, and started to impose tax to the merchants living in Busan.
  246. Though it would be looked upon as plain brown earthenware nowadays, a pot that was glazed like this had to be relied upon imports in medieval Japan.
  247. Though its exact origin is not clear, it is believed that it has been performed since the mid-Heian period.
  248. Though its origin and history is not clearly known, it seems to be the precise tracing of Tanehikobon.
  249. Though its origin is not clear, it is contemplated that Oeshiki was held as early as in the Edo period because it appears in "Meisho Edo Hyakkei" (a hundred scenery spots in Edo) painted by Hiroshige UTAMARO, an Ukiyoe artist.
  250. Though its significance had already faded, the abolition of Shibichudai was not only a big blow to Nakamaro but also a remote cause of the collapse of Nakamaro administration since it was independent from Daijokan and held its own military power as well as the authority to convey Imperial orders.
  251. Though kabunakama was revived later, Myoga was no longer imposed on kabunakama.
  252. Though kagura performed by Ise priests went into decline in the Meiji period, it is thought to have spread to various places in Japan before then, having combined with elements of the Kumano Shinko cult, Shugendo (mountain asceticism), Onmyodo (yin-yang cosmology) and Shushoe (New Year's festival).
  253. Though little difference is seen in the case of karaki butsudan, kin butsudan have remarkable variations as follows:
  254. Though located in central Nara City, the street is only 8 meters wide, plan is under way to widen it to 16 meters.
  255. Though many others are possible, usual shapes are as follows:
  256. Though many scenes followed the original ones in the cut segmentation and composition, the last scene in which Kindaichi casually went to the train in the original film was changed to the one in which he bowed in front of the screen in the remake.
  257. Though meat in Dong Po Rou is often fried and steamed after stewing, that in Kakuni is often finished omitting frying or steaming, or both.
  258. Though most of the main buildings were lost in a fire in 1486, the Kondo, the 5-story pagoda and others were rebuilt with the support of the Toyotomi and Tokugawa families.
  259. Though most restaurants make their own soup today and the recipes vary greatly from restaurant to restaurant, it is basically made by boiling down with ingredients which release soup stock.
  260. Though neither fertilizer nor labor is required in cultivation, it is known as a kind of farm product whose cultivation is difficult because it can only be cultivated in a place where abundant fresh water is available.
  261. Though neither line makes transfer announcements, both this station and Keihan Shijo Station are considering posting the other's train timetables along the connecting passage for their passengers' convenience.
  262. Though neither the constitution or the election law was applied in Korea, the Koreans were given Japanese nationality and it was possible for them to join the Lower House election in the mainland.
  263. Though no one knows when, people started to call him the 'present-day Ikkyu (a Rinzai sect monk of mid-Muromachi period).'
  264. Though not a part of "Kanadehon Chushingura," this act it is now integrated into the play.
  265. Though not agreeing to expel Katsumoto, Yoshimasa approved Yoshinari's attack on Masanaga on condition that none of the daimyos should side with either camp.
  266. Though not clearly stipulated, in these cases the Jun-Sessho's term lasted until when the Emperor became around 15 years old.
  267. Though not directly related to jujutsu, Nippon Kempo was established for the training of body-striking techniques, which went out of use in judo.
  268. Though not frequently, but they were used even after the Edo period.
  269. Though not so common nowadays, they also used to use bows and arrows or blow guns.
  270. Though not to the extent it had on vocabulary, it also had considerable effects in terms of phonology, such as contracted sounds or palatised sounds, the sound of the words beginning with r, the voicing of initial consonants, and allowance of hiatus (consecutive) vowels.
  271. Though not unknown, the regions where people used to eat food containing starch, namely South-East Asia and Southern Pacific region, are supposed to be the possible birthplace of kuchikami-sake.
  272. Though not used in the same sense as yokai in Japan, yosei and seirei are also words used to describe yokai, and the word seikai is also used.
  273. Though often compared with Todai-ji Gakuen, it is also known as a fast-growing school from the lower rank.
  274. Though older mirrors had thick outer edges and thin inner edges, the outer edge became thinner while there was no change in the inner edge over time and finally they became the same thickness.
  275. Though only 25 volumes currently remain out of 130 volumes of "Seiji Yoryaku" (examples of the politics in the Heian period) which he supposedly wrote at the request of FUJIWARA no Sanesuke, it is valuable to know the theories on Codes of that time and show the depth of his knowledge.
  276. Though only white products were produced originally, products which had light-red wrapping of dough and used azuki bean koshian were developed later for the purpose of the gifts of auspicious events.
  277. Though originally devoted to the Shingon Sect, the temple began a shift towards the Pure Land Sect under seventh chief priest and restoration patriarch Yokan (1033 - 1111).
  278. Though people from Hiroshima Prefecture live in Tokyo and say 'Let's eat okonomiyaki' to their colleagues at lunch time, they do not agree with them, saying 'it is unusual to eat okonomiyaki in the daytime.'
  279. Though people have been known to say 'I wouldn't need any other type of food if I had good rice' this is not possible nutritionally.
  280. Though people have read the story since old days, it was treated critically for a certain period of time in the modern times.
  281. Though rarely seen in Western countries, roofs of this type are used in temples in Eastern countries, such as Viet Nam, Kingdom of Thailand, India and Indonesia, in addition to China, Korea, Japan and Taiwan.
  282. Though rarely used in contemporary tanka, this is a technique that uses longer words than the Makura kotoba, and is able to depict specific images and to introduce themes in subsequent lines.
  283. Though recently it can be given in Tetsugi-dera Temple (an ancestral temple of Jodoshin sect) (which is the family temple for other sects), it is encouraged to be performed in the head temple.
  284. Though recognized as Ujiharu's son, he was also an illegitimate child, and as such, when Ujiharu concluded his alliance with Ujiyasu HOJO, Tomoharu was sent to the Hojo clan as hostage, eventually becoming a vassal of the Hojo clan; Tomoharu also served as the replacement for Ujinao HOJO.
  285. Though relocation was also discussed as a method of removal, it would cost huge sums of money, so in 1995, the building was demolished and only the steeple part was left.
  286. Though roof tiles similar to those of Taga-jo Castle were found in the Koriyama Ruins at the place that was later called Koriyama-haiji Temple, research had been untouched for a long time.
  287. Though sekihan is generally served on festive occasions, it's not limited to celebrations but is also offered on unfortunate incidents (including Buddhist services for the dead) in some regions.
  288. Though she always goes with her elder sister, Kisshoten, Kokuanten with her ugly appearance and opposite character to her elder sister was said to be a goddess who brought misfortune and unhappiness.
  289. Though she did not entertain the idea of 'refusing to see him,' she was kept from doing so as she was surrounded by many people.
  290. Though she had no children with Takatsugu, she adopted Hatsuhime (Koanin), the fourth daughter of the couple of a daughter of her younger sister Go and the second shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA, and Kona (her mother was Takatsugu's younger sister), a daughter of Yukihiro UJIIE.
  291. Though she is modest and looks plain, she is small, so her behavior stands out splendidly and she has good taste.
  292. Though she lived in a mountain villa owned by her father after her husband Yoshinaka died in action, she was again married off for political reasons to regain the reins of power by her father Motofusa and became the concubine of Kugyo (top court official) MINAMOTO no Michichika.
  293. Though she recovered once at the end of the year, her condition deteriorated again when the new year 1865 began.
  294. Though she was enshrined as a bridge-protecting deity, she is also a deity of separation, who answers prayers to end bad relationships.
  295. Though some (Comprehensive Dictionary of the Japanese Language, Heibonsha Japanese Historic Place Names) say that 2 and 3 were the same building, historical sources such as the Nobunaga Koki, excavations results and surviving place names support the currently prevailing view that they were separate.
  296. Though some historical materials describe '傾子' ("Okagamiuragaki" (annotation of the Great Mirror Tale) and "Ichidai Yoki" (summary chronicle of each reign)) and '?子' ("Kodaireki" (a chronicle)), these two are considered to be mistakes by mistakingly taking the cursive script of 'Junshi (順子).'
  297. Though some lived in the master's residence and took care of him before, more people live out now.
  298. Though some multi-tenant buildings are located in front of the Station, the central district of the city is obscured.
  299. Though some people say that he was not appreciated so much in China, it is considered that he was appreciated as a painter at that time since he had a connection with heavyweight politicians like Sidao JIA.
  300. Though some points are unclear about Dogen's birth, all accounts agree that he was born in the line of Udaijin (Minister of the Right) Michichika TSUCHIMIKADO (MINAMOTO no Michichika or Michichika KOGA).
  301. Though some soldiers were frozen to death in a heavy snowstorm and his troops were forced to circumvent due to the persistent attack by the Ashikaga side, he finally entered Kanegasaki-jo Castle in Echizen Province (Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture).
  302. Though some theories have been proposed concerning the heat source and ingredients of such hot springs, all of them are still in the hypotheses stage.
  303. Though stories about wearing hosonaga are also seen in archaistic tales such as the "Iwashimizu Monogatari" (Tale of Iwashimizu) written during the Kamakura period, it is thought that it may have only been described to create the atmosphere of the ancient times.
  304. Though such a design is made with straight lines and arc lines, drawing such a figure is quite complex.
  305. Though such inflammation is temporary in nature, it is desirable for persons with sensitive skin to wash their bodies with fresh water after bathing.
  306. Though such performances were at first seen merely as entertainment, Sarugaku was gradually incorporated into the rituals of shrines and temples.
  307. Though the 'precedents' of the days of Yoritomo were employed as the criteria by which to settle the conflicts, the precedents were limited and many conditions changed as compared to the days of the precedents.
  308. Though the Christian-style funeral ceremony was held right before Sorin's death and his grave was placed in his house, his legitimate son, Yoshimune, held the Buddhist funeral ceremony in Daichi-ji Temple in Funai (provincial cities which consist of local governments as the core of the city) later and also changed the grave to a Buddhist grave.
  309. Though the Chugu Shoshi brought up Imperial Prince Atsuyasu affectionately, her father, Michinaga, served him in an completely different manner.
  310. Though the Family Registration Law, land-tax reform, and abolition of the class system were not carried out immediately, they were all created based on proposals made in the structure, and it was kind of a pioneer among Japanese think tanks.
  311. Though the Hiki family fought to protect Ichiman and Wakasa no Tsubone, they had no chance to win as they were outnumbered by the Hojo.
  312. Though the Kanamari clan were originally the native bushi of the Province of Awa as well as hikan (low-level bureaucrats) of the Uesugi clan, they started to serve the Uesugi family in Echigo Province.
  313. Though the NDL's original mandate was to serve the Diet, as obvious by its name "Diet Library," services to the general public are also important functions of the NDL.
  314. Though the Sakurai family introduced themselves originally as TACHIBANA (a clan related to the TACHIBANA's blood), somewhere down the line they were renamed SAKURAI.
  315. Though the Tokyo-tei was divided into two, an east Kazan-in and a west Koichijo-tei (mansion), after Fuyutsugu died, "Doyuki" had the following story by FUJIWARA no Moronari, the head of the Koichijo-tei at that time.
  316. Though the Zhishanyan Incident happened, in which six teachers were killed by guerrillas, the Sotoku-fu promoted the education policy to improve the educational institution by establishing the Japanese language study school throughout Taiwan the next year.
  317. Though the above is exaggerated since it is a mage of a comedy character, there seems to have been some disgraceful young feudal lords who actually wore such a hairstyle.
  318. Though the above is the classical story of the tanabata anecdote, various folk stories based on this anecdote were created at many places in China over a long period of history.
  319. Though the above practice is not necessarily wrong, it sometimes gave rise to cases where oral traditions of Heike no Ochudo were mistakenly understood since they have been passed down orally.
  320. Though the above-mentioned method is not sanitary, the method should be used as a final resort because life can not be traded for the sanitary handling of life-saving operations..
  321. Though the attendance was small at first, it gained a good reputation.
  322. Though the author is unknown, it is presumed, judging from its content, that the book was written by a member of the Buddhist order.
  323. Though the bunraku world suffered a talent shortage for a while, young people have begun to approach the bunraku world to become a disciple since the trainee system was launched in 1973.
  324. Though the change of family names was not forced, many Taiwanese changed their family names as it was advantageous to enhance social status.
  325. Though the concrete calculation method was not disclosed, the explanation at that time was it was done 'by a simple method according to the Oriental zodiac cycle.'
  326. Though the construction was influenced by the economic depression after World War Ⅰ, the First Power Station in Sun Moon Lake was completed in 1934, enabling the power supply to support the foundation for industrialization in Taiwan.
  327. Though the description that Yoshinaka forcibly married FUJIWARA no Ishi, a daughter of FUJIWARA no Motofusa (former Kampaku), in "Tale of the Heike" is not found in historical materials, it might have happened because Yoshinaka had close contacts with Motofusa on November 21st and 22nd.
  328. Though the election is official, in reality they are mostly determined through discussion before the election.
  329. Though the entire Miyafuku Line is electrified, local trains (including rapid ones) operate with diesel engines, except for three outbound trains and two inbound ones, because KTR owns no electric.
  330. Though the estimated number of species varies among researchers, approximately forty species of cormorants live all over the world from the tropics to both poles.
  331. Though the family name Kinkane SAIONJI was succeeded by his child, Saneatsu SAIONJI and the family of Kinkane became a branch line of the Saionji family, it broke off in the generation of Sanetane SAIONJI who was the child of Saneatsu without a biological child before it was established as a branch line.
  332. Though the fervor of such lobbying activities has dimmed due to the advancing age of the remaining medal recipients, in 1986 the government recognized their right to wear their medals.
  333. Though the festivals of Tsukinami (festival of the months), Chinka (fire prevention festival) and Michiae (banquet of the road) in December were not peculiar to winter, they were celebrated as winter festivals.
  334. Though the form listed in dictionaries is '二つ目,' lately it is mostly described as '二ツ目.'
  335. Though the history of ceramics fired by using tetsuyu (glaze containing iron) in China dates back to the ages of Zhou, full-fledged production is believed to have started in the ages of Eastern Jin at Dequing kiln, which was located in current Zhejian Province.
  336. Though the holdings of the NDL are held in three separate libraries, it is possible for a user to order materials held in a particular library to be sent to another library where the user wants to read such materials (inter-site request).
  337. Though the import quota is applied for China, exports to Japan are very scarce because of the price and quality problem; however, Chinese nori is exported to destinations around the world (except for Japan) because of the influence of the Japanese food boom, as has occurred with sushi.
  338. Though the karma of good deeds is essentially supposed to come back to oneself, everything is regarded as being empty in Mahayana Buddhism, so it is possible to turn the karma to others.
  339. Though the land research project aimed at establishing ownership by declaration, there were a large number of lands undeclared due to insufficient announcement and fear of taxation.
  340. Though the lawful wife of Shigetaka IWAKI was a daughter of Yoshinao SATAKE, this is Yoshinao of the Eastern House of Satake (Genrokuro) and different from Yoshinao of the head family of Satake (Hikojiro) in this article.
  341. Though the meals in the afternoon were prohibited in the precepts of Buddhism, the meals for medical treatment were referred to 'Yakuseki' because those were allowed.
  342. Though the notion of Eitai-kyo (eternal sutra reciting) does exist, its purpose is not for memorial services but for the eternal continuation of sutra reciting, existence of temples and spreading of the teachings.
  343. Though the number of players is quite small, there exist Yatsuhashi school, which is keeping up the playing style of the time of Yatsuhashi Kengyo, and Tsukushi school, which is keeping up the playing style of Tsukushi-Soh.
  344. Though the object lands were not fixed initially and called "Ukimen," the system called Jomen under which some land was fixed as Zoyakumenden established later.
  345. Though the origin of the name 'Musashino' is unclear, it is presumed that bird feathers were compared to Japanese pampas grass.
  346. Though the post itself was a high-rank, he was actually banished to Kyushu where Dazaifu was located.
  347. Though the post was appointed by the Imperial court, he obtained a consensus to receive 7,500 bales of rice a month as a reward for the Kinri Goshuei Sotoku from the bakufu.
  348. Though the precise date is not known, it was said that Akenomiya had an offer of marriage to Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, the fourth Tokugawa shogun, on the recommendation of her adoptive mother, Tofukumonin.
  349. Though the rain has stopped and the moon has appeared here, I wonder if the villagers who live far away are still waiting for the moon under a sky which is gradually clearing (Shin Kokinshu).
  350. Though the route of the Fushimi-kaido Road bends west at the Sumizome Crossing, the Sujikaihashi-dori Street continues south from the crossing and merges with the National Highway Route No. 24 at the Tsuchihashi-dori Street.
  351. Though the rules for making homyo depend on the schools, it is possible to choose one character from one's secular name if the chief priest of one's tetsugi-dera Temple selects (e.g. '光雲院釋眞幸' for Konosuke MATSUSHITA, '華文院釋正業' for Shotaro IKENAMI).
  352. Though the scale of this transfer of the bakufu was small, it was a transfer of the capital in fact and was therefore a symbolic event that facilitated the change of people's minds over the period of shogun autocracy, ultimately giving rise to council-based regent politics.
  353. Though the school had more than 100 branch temples in the Genroku years (1688 - 1704), Isshin-in came under the control of Chion-in as a result of conflicts within the school.
  354. Though the size of the building is large, the Shishinden is simple and less decorative.
  355. Though the station was named after the City, the central station of Yokkaichi City is actually Kintetsu Yokkaichi Station of the Kintetsu Line.
  356. Though the story exists, it is seldom performed since its sage is hard to understand.
  357. Though the story is less famous, in the Sengoku period, the Hatano clan at Yakami Castle united the other clans in Tanba and advanced into surrounding provinces like Yamashiro.
  358. Though the successors of the teachings of Shinran had the feeling that their own doctrine was the true teaching for going to Jodo, they named themselves just Shinshu at that time because naming themselves Jodo Shinshu could be interpreted as denial of Jodo Shu.
  359. Though the temple caught fire caused by war and was burned down, the statue of Yakushi Nyorai as Honzon was later found from the ground in 1596.
  360. Though the temple had a tea room 'Bosen' built by Enshu KOBORI, a businessman in Hokkaido, Kinya MOCHIDA, obtained it and moved it to Sapporo City in 1919, and it came to be called 'Hassoan Tea House.'
  361. Though the tentacles are generally referred to as legs, they are often expressed as arms in academic books (as is the case in English).
  362. Though the terms of the agreement were favorable for the Azai side, there were arguments both for and against it among the vassals of the Azai family, and it is claimed that Naotsune ENDO, a senior vassal, was also against it.
  363. Though the time of the establishment of Naiju system is unknown, they were initially called Jushi and were placed under the supervision of Jushidokoro (predecessor of Naijudokoro).
  364. Though the track is a double-track in spots up to Yakkaichi, it becomes a single-track from there.
  365. Though the use of hot springs is considered as one of medical treatment in Europe, hot springs are used in Japan basically for a recreational purpose as part of sightseeing tour.
  366. Though the western army was routed in the battle, leading a relativelyt small force of only slightly more than 1,000 men, Yoshihiro successfully attacked, breaking through the enemy ranks, and successfully returned to Satsuma, with the eastern army in pusruit.
  367. Though the word 'hannari' originates from 'flower,' it means humble and pretty appearances rather than 'flamboyant' ones.
  368. Though there are few volcanoes in Korea, there are a lot of hot springs with high temperatures.
  369. Though there are many classics, the basic ones of each writing style to learn first are as follows:
  370. Though there are many cultivars, W. japonica var. Daruma and W. japonica var. Mazuma are the major ones.
  371. Though there are many suitors for the three princesses who finished Mogi (coming-of-age ceremony for girls), Dainagon has already had Oigimi go to the Reikeiden palace in order to make her a consort of the Crown Prince, and is planning to marry Naka no Kimi to Nioumiya this time.
  372. Though there are various theories on "Senji ryakketsu," it is regarded indispensable documentary records (history) for the study of medieval Onmyodo, since it briefly explains Rikujinshinka based on the tradition of the Abe family.
  373. Though there are various views on 'Asakusa nori,' which is representative of the nori of Edo, the view that put the origin in 1457-1459 at the latest was suggested in "Asakusa nori," a 1909 work by Kintaro OKAMURA.
  374. Though there is a Kyoto head restaurant and a Tokyo branch (Akasaka) restaurant, the Kyoto head restaurant is specialized in delivering cuisine to tea ceremonies, etc.
  375. Though there is a popular belief that they drank sake using the skulls as glasses, no such description has been found in historical materials.
  376. Though there is no evidence that Doyo took part in the military operation, he did block Nakatoki HOJO's retreat at Bamba, Omi Province on May 9, 1333, thereby preventing his escape to Kanto, and forced Nakatoki to commit suicide at Renge-ji Temple along with 432 of his retainers.
  377. Though there remain no books by Myoho experts of this time, their theories (called 'Sanki' or 'Kekki') were quoted in books such as "Ryonogige", "Ryonoshuge" and transmitted to the present time.
  378. Though there was a standoff with Nobunaga rather than a direct head-on military clash, the size of the Azai and Asakura allied forces was less than that of the Oda army, and it remained a tough situation.
  379. Though there was a theory that he was a rakuin of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, it is now widely accepted that he was a son of KOREMUNE no Tadayasu.
  380. Though these two incidents allowed the Azai clan to expand their territory, a situation of deadlock continued after that due to a ceasefire agreement made with the Rokkaku clan.
  381. Though these two kinds of kuzumochi are often confused, those of eastern Japan made of fermenting wheat flour starch and those in western Japan made of hon-kuzu (real kudzu powder) are completely different from each other, including their recipes and historical backgrounds.
  382. Though these types of hot springs are suitable for everybody, minimal inflammation could occur, depending on the strength of alkaline, on the areas where skin is sensitive.
  383. Though these types of picture scrolls are owned by many institutions around the world, the most famous one is Shinjuan-bon.
  384. Though they attacked the castle two times, they lost in face of the counterattacks by johei (castle garrisons).
  385. Though they belong to different taxonomic groups and their life circles are different, each of them is sufficiently elucidated.
  386. Though they followed Ritsuryo-seifu Government, it is possible that they had contacts with other Emishi, called Ifu, who were still excluded as barbarians.
  387. Though they had unstable factors such as the Otenmon Incident, affirmative measures were taken to encourage land reclamation, compile Jogan Kyakushiki Code (Regulations and Procedures of the Jogan Era), and mint Jogan Eiho (coins minted in Jogan era) and the politics was stable.
  388. Though they had worked together on the same side in the Bunsho Coup, the two had also been archrivals as each was deeply involved in a fight for succession of a shugo daimyo position.
  389. Though they have not been announced by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, the following are the dates for the old tanabata that were obtained through calculation.
  390. Though they lived among common people in most cases, they sometimes claimed to be a true heir of authority and were used by powerful people.
  391. Though they share the same root, these two have been clearly separate since the late 16th century.
  392. Though they were at the bottom in the system of rank, occasionally an opportunity to escape (bail out) was given if it was within 10 years after becoming Hinin.
  393. Though this also depends on the region, there are special rituals, for example, households experiencing Hatsubon hang all white Chochin (Japanese paper lantern) at the gate or grave, while other graves have red and white Chochin.
  394. Though this bylaw existed, there were no examples of conferring the title of Duke due to a member of the Imperial family being demoted to a mere subject.
  395. Though this has many characters left undamaged, their wear is significant and most of the characters are difficult to distinguish their lines and points from the scratches thereon.
  396. Though this is a kind of mochi, its material is non-glutinous rice and, when we eat it, we can taste a nice feeling in our mouth because it does not stretch and can be easily bitten off without being sticky, and it includes sweet crushed-red-bean paste in it.
  397. Though this modified work was listed as a shosho (special direction) 'Maiiri (with dancing)' in programs in Edo period, this is an ordinary direction at present.
  398. Though this sake has not attracted attention for long time, this sake suddenly started to be highlighted in the market as a part of the current style of Japanese sake after the Heisei period started.
  399. Though this station is the nearest to the Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum, the museum is located approximately 800 m southward.
  400. Though this theory includes an alliance between Yoshishige OTOMO and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, there is another theory that Jesuit troops plotted to kill Nobunaga with other Christian Daimyos.
  401. Though this theory is frequently adopted to novels and the like, details are not known.
  402. Though this was originally fatal to Otsugu's promotion, the Emperor Kanmu appreciated the performance of Otsugu's father's achievement and therefore, the emperor always worried about Otsugu.
  403. Though this would result in the people losing their homes and ending up in the streets, it is said that they were more incensed at Masakodo's "incompetent government" than the prospect of being burned out of house and home by the marauding army, and had already distanced themselves from Masakado.
  404. Though two persons insisted on their innocence, it was not accepted and they poisoned themselves on December 18.
  405. Though uncommon, there also exists statues with funnuso such as the standing statue of Daikokuten enshrined at Kanzeon-ji Temple (Fukuoka Prefecture).
  406. Though unrelated to the families above, KO no Moronao of the Ko clan and the Jo (Taira) clan, the direct descendant of Akitajo no suke (provincial governor of Akita-jo castle), also used hanawachigai-mon.
  407. Though using the same Chinese character (畝), the Japanese unit and the Chinese unit are completely different in reading ('se' in Japanese and 'ho' in Chinese), in size, and in origin.
  408. Though various species are known, the term octopus usually refers to a common octopus.
  409. Though we have to wait accumulation of researches in the future on the realities, it seems it was partly regarded as a magic or improper tactics already in Muromachi period.
  410. Though we think of life as a vale of misery, a bitter trial, it is not as if we were birds who can simply fly away.
  411. Though why the painting was done is not fully understood, it is told that Kinnori UTSUDA, a poet and wealthy merchant, requested the painting at restoration of Kyoto Myoko-ji Temple, and then it was kept in Kennin-ji Temple.
  412. Though, there were many yujo who were redeemed and got married or kept by a man; there were also some yujo who became yarite (female managers) or nuiko (literally, a girl who sews), spending their whole life in the red-light district.
  413. Though, thinking of yin-yang, Zenki is regarded as A (with the mouth open) and Goki as Un (with the mouth closed) in nature, it is sometimes reversed.
  414. Thoughout his life, Yasuyuki engaged in over fifty battles and made brilliant achievements; and it has been said that he was one of the most excellent Karo (chief retainer), along with Sakon SHIMA who worked for Mitsunari ISHIDA and Kanetsugu NAOE who worked for Kagekatsu UESUGI.
  415. Thought
  416. Thought and Ethics
  417. Thought background
  418. Thought of nomocracy
  419. Thought to be mysterious phenomena in the old times.
  420. Thought to be the Cloistered Imperial Prince Shojo, although another theory believes him to be the Cloistered Imperial Prince Hojo.
  421. Thought to have been built between 1469 and 1487 during the Muromachi period as an imitation of the shoin at Myoshin-ji Temple's Reiun-in sub-temple and also said to be the former residence of Sokan YAMAZAKI - the founder of renga poetry.
  422. Thoughts
  423. Thoughts and views of others on Ippen
  424. Thousand Buddha images are pasted on the inner walls of the altar on the upper part by the repousse work of gilt bronze.
  425. Thousand Buddhas: Created during the Muromachi period
  426. Thrashing Yoshitsune
  427. Thread
  428. Thread flowers are rarely seen except pine, Japanese plum blossoms, and mandarin oranges.
  429. Thread flowers must be made of untwisted raw silk.
  430. Thread flowers were pines.
  431. Thread such as 'kinute nui ito' (silk thread for hand-sewing) and 'shitsuke ito' (basting threads) are used for wasai.
  432. Threatened by the development of Ishiyama too, Harumoto HOSOKAWA repeatedly attacked Ishiyama but did not achieve any results at all because Ishiyama was best suited to defense with many hills and rivers and also because Hongan-ji Temple had built up its armaments, learning from Yamashina case.
  433. Three Cups of Tea for the Lord
  434. Three Dynasties
  435. Three Famous Torii in Japan
  436. Three Genji Shrines
  437. Three Great Hachiman Shrines
  438. Three Great Tenjins of Japan
  439. Three Greatest Gates
  440. Three Greatest Gates in Japan
  441. Three Greatest Gates in Kyoto
  442. Three Head Temples in Fukui
  443. Three Kingdoms period (220 - 280) and Both Jin Dynasties (Western and Eastern Jin Dynasties) (265 - 420)
  444. Three Kotsuzumi are played in a trio format.
  445. Three Main Jingu Shrines
  446. Three Major Kyoka Poets
  447. Three Minds' are often seen in the ideology of Honen's recitation of Buddha's name.
  448. Three Mountains of Yamato
  449. Three Mountains of Yamato (place of scenic beauty) - Mt. Amanokaguyama, Mt. Unebi, Mt. Miminashi.
  450. Three National Treasure Teahouses
  451. Three New Laws and Associated Important Laws
  452. Three New Local Laws
  453. Three Offices
  454. Three Posts
  455. Three Provinces-Controlling Strategy by the Satsuma Army and Battles in Hitoyoshi
  456. Three Sankakubuchi Divine Beasts Mirrors in 240.
  457. Three Scholars of Dejima
  458. Three Sessha (auxiliary shrine dedicated to a deity close-related to that of a main shrine)
  459. Three Shrines in the Imperial Court (Kashiko Dokoro (Palace Sanctuary)/Korei den (Ancestral Spirits Sanctuary)/Shinden (shrine))
  460. Three Sutras of the Pure Land
  461. Three Sutras of the Pure Land, Jodosanbu-kyo Sutra'
  462. Three Waka that she composed at a cherry blossom viewing party at Daigo remain.
  463. Three Winds are described as follows:
  464. Three Yakugi are required by each part of the Shogu (Naiku and Geku), and one Yakugi for each of the Betsugu shrines.
  465. Three additional trials are prepared under the additional three judges; Byodo-o (eighth judge for trial held on the 100th day after the death), Toshi-o (ninth judge for trial in the first anniversary), Godotenrin-o (tenth judge for trial held in the second anniversary).
  466. Three airports in Kansai area
  467. Three ancient manuscripts mentioned below (each of which is an important cultural property) were bought by the Agency for Cultural Affairs after World War II, and currently belong to the National Museum of Japanese History.
  468. Three articles additionally designated as significant cultural artifacts were discovered in 2000 when the tower was moved in order to reconstruct the hondo (main hall).
  469. Three assassins attacked Kaishu, but when Izo cut one of them down and gave a roar, the remaining two assassins ran away.
  470. Three bays and three entrances' means that all three of the front bays serve as entrances (Japanese Zen Buddhist temples usually have a Sammon gate with 'five bays and three entrances').
  471. Three boat drawings engraved with a spatula-like tool were found on the lower part of the restored Haniwa.
  472. Three branch offices were set up in Korsakov (Otomari), Vladimirofka (Toyohara) and Mauka (Maoka).
  473. Three brothers except Moromori ran away to the western part of Japan, and only Moromori joined the headquarters of the Taira army in Ichi no tani region in the south.
  474. Three brothers of Tani
  475. Three brothers of Tsunefusa, Mitsunaga and Sadanaga became Sanji kentai holder.'
  476. Three buildings each in the irimoya style (with a half-hipped roof) and which are hirairi (a style of building which has the entrance on its long side) are joined by a building in the irimoya style and which is tsumairi (a style of building which has the entrance on its short side) and is placed perpendicular to the three buildings.
  477. Three cities, namely Edo, Osaka and Kyoto; castle towns, post towns, temple towns (Nagano City, Ise City and so on)
  478. Three comb-type platforms serving two tracks are provided.
  479. Three comma-shaped figures forming a circle in the clockwise direction
  480. Three consecutive tapping-tone sounds constitute the chime that is rung upon disembarkment from one of those buses, which is quite rare in Japan (the sound closely resembles the chime used in the JR East Series E233 train cars of the East Japan Railway Company).
  481. Three counties were instituted, namely Waga, Hienuki and Shiwa.
  482. Three courses are shown on the hiking map sold at the visitor center (100 yen).
  483. Three days a month.
  484. Three days later on July 26, 1319, the retired Emperor Gouda rushed to visit Arifusa.
  485. Three days later, he fell into a trance and began to deliver two gods' message.
  486. Three days later, retainers of Takaie, Korechika's younger brother of the same mother, clashed with retainers of Michinaga on main street in Kyoto, which culminated in the incident on September 4 in which Michinaga's escort HATA no Hisatada was killed by Takaie's followers.
  487. Three decorated Chinese-style chests (kiri karakusa makie, kiri hoo emaki, kiri-susuki makie)
  488. Three different characters of Umeomaru, Matsuomaru, and Sakuramaru performed according to their tachiyaku (a leading male-role actor) roles, and was a performance that condensed the ceremonial beauty of kabuki.
  489. Three doctrines for believers of Koyasan Shingon sect
  490. Three documents--"Futomani," "Hotsumatsutae" and "Mikasafumi"--are a series of documents belonging to the same system having the same view of the world, and therefore we can call them 'hotsuma-kei monjo (hotsuma system documents).'
  491. Three dynasties such as Sujin Dynasty, Nintoku Dynasty, and Keitai Dynasty existed and current Imperial Family is considered to be the descendant of the Keitai Dynasty.
  492. Three elevators are available (North exit, South exit and on the platform).
  493. Three entrance/exits are provided.
  494. Three envoys were selected: OITA no Esaka, KIFUMI no Otomo and AU no Shima.
  495. Three farmhouses in the city keep up the cultivation and in-house seed production as a commissioned business for preservation of specialty vegetables of Kyoto City.
  496. Three for an accompanying dish consisting of fish or meat.
  497. Three friendship towns as of 2005.
  498. Three generations before Ujisato GAMO, from the time when two brothers, Iesato ISOZAKI and Sadahide GAMO, were heads of their respective families, each family began using both the Isozaki and Gamo surnames.
  499. Three generations existed.
  500. Three generations of deities, including Ninigi, Hoori, and Ugayafukiaezu, are called Himuka sandai or Hyuga sandai.
  501. Three great Kobo Daishi-related temples in Kanto
  502. Three holes are drilled in the base board.
  503. Three houses except House A have two birds on each of them.
  504. Three huge tumuli exceeding 200m in length were built in the latter half of the first half of the kofun period, and four such tumuli were also built in the middle era of the kofun period.
  505. Three hundred and seventy four years after the martyrdom in June 2007, Pope Benedict XVI made an announcement to beatify Juiao NAKAURA as a Beato, and on November 24, there was a Beatification in Nagasaki with other 187 men.
  506. Three hundred horsemen led by Yoritomo lost in the battle, and Yoritomo escaped into the mountains with a few followers, such as Sanehira DOI.
  507. Three hundred vessels, the largest number, were unearthed in these ruins.
  508. Three identical buildings stand in a row.
  509. Three kanjo letters (letters commending distinguished achievements in a battle) issued by Masatora for this battle remain and are called 'bloodstained kanjo letters.'
  510. Three kiln sites have been recognized in the first kiln, and so at present five kiln sites in total have been recognized through to the third kiln.
  511. Three kinds of the round-shaped roof tiles and two kinds of flat roof tiles for eaves were found on this site and some of them are considered as the ones created during the foundation period.
  512. Three large portable shrines are carried by the total of not less than 1000 brave men; the rampage of portable shrines is spectacular.
  513. Three legends pertaining to ogre extermination in Mt. Oe have been passed on.
  514. Three major Kasuri in Japan
  515. Three major jinya
  516. Three major natsumatsuri festivals in Osaka (Osaka Prefecture)
  517. Three major principles regarding high school
  518. Three manuscripts of Gunzanki are known as below.
  519. Three members of Counselor rank, Kuranosuke OISHI (spear), Mototoki HARA (spear) and Masaaki MASE (small-sized bow) took up positions at the front gate and commanded the party.
  520. Three men, Izo OKADA, Harunosuke KIYOOKA, and Tashima ABE, took Bunkichi to Sanjo-gawara Riverside, and strangulated him with a cord, since 'cutting him would leave a stain on the sword.'
  521. Three minutes from Imadegawa Station, Karasuma Line of the Kyoto Municipal Subway
  522. Three minutes on foot from Karasuma Oike Station of the Kyoto City Subway
  523. Three minutes on foot from Nishitetsu Bus Heiwadai Korokan-mae bus stop, or five minutes on foot from Nishitetsu Bus Akasaka San-chome bus stop
  524. Three minutes walk from Fukuoka City Loop Bus (managed by Chiyoda Office, Nishitetsu Bus), Heiwadai Korokan-mae and Fukuoka Joshi bus stop
  525. Three minutes walk from Fushimi Momoyama Station of Keihan Line operated by Keihan Electric Railway Co., Ltd. to Momoyama Goryomae Station.
  526. Three minutes walk from exit 1 of Higashiyama Station on the Kyoto City Subway
  527. Three months after his death, the internal conflict occurred between his sons Chachamaru and Jundoji over a successor to him and it incurred the invasion to Izu Province by Soun HOJO.
  528. Three months after the incident, the ogre approached the ox-drawn carriage in which Haseo was riding and attacked him for his unfaithfulness.
  529. Three months after this incident, the Prince died suddenly.
  530. Three months later he was appointed Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) Governor of Oki Province.
  531. Three months later he was appointed roju.
  532. Three months later, Renko died at the age of 82 where he was confined, and it is believed by some that on January 5, Renkei, then 49, and his family were also put to death on a charge of attempt to flee.
  533. Three months later, he became Yukichi FUKUZAWA's shosei (a live-in student who performs domestic duties while studying) by recommendation of Kobayashi to enter Keio Gijuku (an educational institution) and he graduated from it at the age of 23.
  534. Three months later, he died of tuberculosis.
  535. Three months later, he escaped the Imperial army's encirclement, and in safety reached the house of Hikogoro SATO a Hijikata's relative.
  536. Three months later, in September, he became Roju (member of shogun's council of elders) and mainly conducted negotiations with foreign countries.
  537. Three more poems by Emperor Tsuchimikado (the Gosaga-in's real father) were selected than those by Emperor Juntoku (35 poems), although Emperor Tsuchimikado's poems were inferior to Emperor Juntoku's, which was probably due to the will of the Gosaga-in.
  538. Three most famous tanka poets (KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro, ONO no Komachi, and SUGAWARA no Michizane)
  539. Three most important sizes for Wafuku will be shown below.
  540. Three mounds: Yamashiro and Mutsu.
  541. Three national treasures below are formerly stocked in the Jinko-in Temple.
  542. Three non-consecutive-day unlimited rides are allowed, and special discounts from designated facilities are available.
  543. Three of Chikamasa IKOMA, Yoshiharu HORIO, and Kazuuji NAKAMURA were appointed.
  544. Three of his poems were collected in "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), and five were selected for "Kaifuso" (Fond Recollections of Poetry).
  545. Three of his waka (Japanese poems) were included in 'Kokin Wakashu' (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry).
  546. Three of the Emperor's wives came from the Fujiwara clan but they all became ordained nuns.
  547. Three of them are designated as Important Cultural Properties.
  548. Three of them are designated as national treasures, and the remaining one is designated as an important cultural property.
  549. Three of them were also appointed as Shonagon (lesser councilor of state).
  550. Three of them were copied separately and left as "Uetsufumi Duplicate book".
  551. Three of them were deported to Mino Province.
  552. Three of them were killed in the ambush; Heisuke TODO, who was an original member of the Shinsengumi and was the former leader of the eighth squad, Takeo HATTORI and Arinosuke MONAI.
  553. Three oni in different colors perform dancing.
  554. Three or four vehicles of the same series, which runs with conductors on board, started to run.
  555. Three other Taira warriors, Sukemori, Arimori, and Yukimori, also drowned themselves.
  556. Three other cars will gradually be delivered from now and it will in fact be four cars (including 1 sleeping car) in the end.
  557. Three outstanding gardens in Japan
  558. Three part composition
  559. Three peaks form its main structure: Mt. Mitake (793 meters), the main peak; Mt. Nishigatake (727 meters) and Mt. Koganegatake (725 meters).
  560. Three people in the Tatara clan subscribed their names in a Zaicho kudashibumi (a letter issued by Zaicho) issued in 1152.
  561. Three people who achieved great success in Japanese style calligraphy.
  562. Three permanent teeth which appear to have belonged to the buried were found in the burial chamber.
  563. Three persons
  564. Three persons had been considered as a model for Sukeroku.
  565. Three pieces of Kondo Renge Karakusamon Sukashibori Keman (Buddhist floral decorations)
  566. Three pieces of incense are always put in Kogo, and two pieces out of them are dropped near charcoal and smoked.
  567. Three pieces of masu (a measure) of Yakushi-ji Temple
  568. Three pillar gods, Ameno minakanushi no kami, Takami musubi no kami, and Kami musubi no kami appeared in Kojiki (A Record of Ancient Matters) are the names of the gods who came on for the first time after the heaven and earth divided.
  569. Three plus volumes that are possessed by the Tokugawa Art Museum used to belong to the Owari-Tokugawa family.
  570. Three poems composed by TSUMORI no Kunimoto had been selected for "Goshui shu," because TSUMORI no Kunimoto was said to have bribed Michitoshi with horse mackerel to select his poems, so the anthology was nicknamed 'Koaji shu' (a collection of horse mackerel) (according to Fukurozoshi, an essay on tanka poetry compiled by FUJIWARA no Kiyosuke).
  571. Three portraits of Sanetaka have survived, and of these, the one drawn in 1501 when Sanetaka was 47, was mentioned in "Sanetaka Koki."
  572. Three prefectures classified as 'fu'
  573. Three prizes which are in the Advanced Technology category, the Basic Sciences category and the Arts and Philosophy category are given.
  574. Three referees (consisting of one chief referee and two assistant referees) hold red and white flags, and a Yuko-datotsu (effective strike) is indicated by raising the flags.
  575. Three restaurants, a lounge bar, a spa, and a fitness center are provided.
  576. Three rooms divided by fusuma, two sets of tiger fur, female costumes and musket are required to play.
  577. Three row independent seats (four row seats in some buses)
  578. Three sacred imperial treasures (electrical appliances), new three sacred imperial treasures, and brand-new three sacred imperial treasures
  579. Three scrolls of monochrome ink painting on silk of the figure of Manjusri at the center with Han-shan and Shi-de on the both sides
  580. Three sections - 320 yen (child: 160 yen)
  581. Three sections of Shuiguso (Gleanings of Worthless Weeds), written in Teika's own hand; Supplement: one section of Soko dankan (drafts and fragments), a waka anthology personally compiled by Teika.
  582. Three sections of volumes two, five, and seven of Kamakura-period transcriptions of the Okagami (The Great Mirror).
  583. Three sets of harness were found, among which the one made of gilt bronze is said to be one of the most luxurious harness set found from the ancient East Asia.
  584. Three sets of ippon-jime.
  585. Three sets of three claps and one final clap (3-3-3-1).
  586. Three sheaves of young rice plants are brought from the rice nursery to be offered at an alter established at home, for example on a tokonoma (alcove in a traditional Japanese room where art or flowers are displayed).
  587. Three shrine buildings of Hachiman-jinja Shrine
  588. Three shrines in Inari-jinja Shrine (Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine [Fukakusayabunouchi-cho, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City], as of now)
  589. Three sides of the Heijo property were surrounded by mountains and one open side was facing south, which was considered to be positive according to feng shui.
  590. Three small local fishing boats and one ship, which could carry 300 koku (about 83.4 cubic meters), was chartered, and onboard range practice was held.
  591. Three sons of the Minister of the Right, FUJIWARA no Toshiie (the son of Yorimune)--Munetoshi, Motoyori, and Munemichi--established families, respectively.
  592. Three species of cormorants including the Japanese Cormorant, the Great Cormorant and the Pelagic Cormorant breed in Japan, all of which are blackish brown or black with a green or indigo luster.
  593. Three standing wooden statues of Zao-gongen Bodhisattva - Buddhist image normally withheld from public view enshrined in a large zushi in the inner sanctuary of the main hall, main temple
  594. Three stations: Ogura Station (Kyoto Prefecture), Iseda Station, and Okubo Station (Kyoto Prefecture)
  595. Three statues among the standing wooden statues of Shitenno (Four guardian kings) deposited in the Tokyo National Museum)
  596. Three statues are enshrined in the hall: a seated statue of Rushana Butsu stands in the center, a statue of Yakushi Nyorai to the right, and a statue of Thousand Armed Avalokiteshwara to the left.
  597. Three statues of Fudo Myoo
  598. Three steps are called hatsuzoe (the first step), nakazoe (second step), and tomezoe (third step).
  599. Three stone Buddha statue triads known as the Shaka Triad, Yakushi triad and Amida triad; created at the end of the Heian period.
  600. Three storied pagoda of Joruri-ji Temple (Kizugawa City, Kyoto Prefecture, a national treasure)
  601. Three styles of archery on horseback
  602. Three successive generations, Sanetaka, Kineda SANJONISHI and Saneki SANJONISHI, were good at waka poetry and kept up the family business. (Kokin denju - the secret transmissions of the "Kokinshu," Anthology of Old and New Japanese Poems)
  603. Three tablespoonfuls
  604. Three tablespoonfuls (may be substituted by sugar)
  605. Three targets are positioned on the left hand side of the archer on horseback who proceeds down a 218 meter long straight track.
  606. Three teams fight each other, such as Kyoto side: Kyoto Prefectural University, Osaka side: Prefecture University (old Osaka Prefecture University and old Osaka Women's University), and Hyogo side: University of Hyogo (old Kobe University of Commerce and old Himeji Institute of Technology and old Himeji College of Hyogo).
  607. Three themes of Naikan had not been established yet.
  608. Three times of death on the field
  609. Three to five persons were appointed the post under the roju (member of shogun's council of elders).
  610. Three toothed platforms serving two tracks are provided, with each end of the three platforms connected to generate a spacious expanse.
  611. Three towns among thirteen are detached towns in the eastern mountain areas.
  612. Three troops were sent to Ashio from Takasaki City, but their arrival was in the afternoon of the next day, February 7.
  613. Three types of vistaed view preservation zones are established as follows:
  614. Three villages (a part of later Hanase Village and current Hanase area, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City) of Ofuse, Yamasu, Bessho Villages from Kuwata District, Tanba Province became a part of the area in 1645.
  615. Three virgin tea trees selected and determined in Uji are on display.
  616. Three volume of "Fuyohen" (compilation of Fuyo)
  617. Three volume of "Kokin insen" (selection of old and new seals)
  618. Three volume of "Kuninsoko" (a book of seal)
  619. Three volumes of "The Complete Works of Taneomi SOEJIMA" (edited by Yoshitaka SHIMA, Keibunsha) were published in recent years, and a biography by Kanji MARUYAMA (the father of Masao MARUYAMA) called "Count Taneomi SOEJIMA" was reissued at Misuzu Shobo publishing company.
  620. Three volumes of "Yoji Kaku" (Squares for characters)
  621. Three volumes of Genji Monogatari (The Tale of Genji); Yomogiu (A Waste of Weeds), Usugumo (Wisps of Cloud), and Sekiya (The Gatehouse).
  622. Three volumes of the History of Taima-dera Temple, colored on paper; pictures were drawn by Mitsumochi TOSA and texts were written by 九筆 such as the Emperor Gonara
  623. Three volumes.
  624. Three vowels of i, a, u
  625. Three women including Ginko took the first half of the GP tests and only Ginko passed the exams.
  626. Three writing styles were used to engrave '文 久 永 寳 (or 宝)' and each writing was created by a cabinet official who was a skilled calligrapher.
  627. Three years after a family's escape, and six years after the escape of a member of the family, they were removed from the family and tax register, and became 絶貫 (a person without a birthplace).
  628. Three years after expelling Kagetoki, Yoriie was deprived of the post of shogun by the Hojo clan and was assassinated.
  629. Three years after the death of Kagetoki on June 1203, Yoriie arrested and killed Zenjo ANO, who was the husband of Awa no tsubone (Sanetomo's menoto and a daughter of Tokimasa HOJO) and was a brother of Yoritomo, for treason.
  630. Three years after the death of Shigehira, Senju no mae in Kamakura died at a young age.
  631. Three years has already passed since the three, Shunkan, Naritsune, and Yasuyori, who contrived the Shishigatani plot to overturn the Taira family, were transported to Kikai ga-shima Island.
  632. Three years have passed since she started to exchange poems with the Mikado, and Princess Kaguya comes to be lost in deep thought whenever she looks at the moon.
  633. Three years later after that, in 1006, the monk Gikan Sozu of Banshu Akashi (Akashi City, Hyogo Prefecture) obtained this letter and delivered it to Emperor Ichijo.
  634. Three years later when he was confident that he mastered Western studies as deeply as his teachers, Ransai went back to Ogaki, where he founded a private school named Korando.
  635. Three years later, Sanekata was in Mutsu riding his horse past the guardian deity of Kasashima when the horse suddenly collapsed, crushing him underneath and killing him (his grave is located in Medeshima in the city of Natori).
  636. Three years later, an exclusive institution was established in Asakusa okura in Edo, and jomai bugyo was appointed.
  637. Three years later, due to death of his father Sadahide, he inherited the property of Matsuyama domain of 15,000 koku crop yields.
  638. Three years later, he celebrated his attainment of manhood on January 7, 1010.
  639. Three years later, he deceased in 752.
  640. Three years later, he moved to Osaka to change to Rihachi WATAYA, a kimono fabrics dealer in Tenma, where he had worked for more than ten years.
  641. Three years later, he opened a training room in Hongo to make a living for himself.
  642. Three years later, he participated in Kayanoin Suikaku Uta-awase (Kayanoin's poetry contest) held under FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, as `Uho (a style of Japanese court dance and music) Omi no kami.'
  643. Three years later, he passed the chu gei (middle ranked skill) test that was a minimum requirement for gagaku performers in the Imperial Court, and with his promotion to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), he changed his name to Hiromori.
  644. Three years later, he was appointed to Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) with the aide of his father's 書額功.
  645. Three years later, he was appointed to Sangi (Councilor) and later he was yielded Innoshikken status (regent to the shogunate under the retired emperor) of the Retired Emperor Gouda from his father in 1315; however, he resigned as Sangi upon the death of his father in the same year.
  646. Three years later, he was confined in Yamashiro no kuni (Yamashiro Province) and died of illness a disappointed person.
  647. Three years later, in 1133, he returned to politics in the imperial court and he was promoted to Gon Chunagon.
  648. Three years later, in 1156, he joined his nephew FUJIWARA no Yorinaga and fought for Retired Emperor Sutoku during the Hogen War.
  649. Three years later, in 1177 when Hotoke-gozen was 17 years old, she left Kiyomori and became a priest and entered the Gio-ji Temple in Sagano.
  650. Three years later, in 1189, Unkei created the Amida Sanzon (Amida Triad), Fudo-Myoo, and Bishamonten statues ordered by Yoshimori WADA for Joraku-ji Temple in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  651. Three years later, in 1207, Chogen passed away.
  652. Three years later, in 1954, "Sumiyoshi taisha jindaiki" was designated as an important cultural property.
  653. Three years later, in 534, though oppositions to the enthronement of Emperor Kinmei supported Ankan as emperor, Ankan passed away within a year.
  654. Three years later, on November 10, 1915, the Sokui no rei (The enthronement of the Emperor) ceremony was held at the Kyoto Imperial Palace; but the Empress Teimei did not attend this ceremony due to her pregnancy with the forth child (later became Mikasanomiya).
  655. Three years later, when young trees began to bear flowers, the young men's association of the village began to cooperate with him.
  656. Three years on a stone (Perseverance prevails).
  657. Three years thereafter, however, when the Emperor Goreizei died without leaving any son, the Imperial Prince Takahito ascended the throne as Emperor Gosanjo and then Moshi's son, the Emperor Shirakawa ascended the throne.
  658. Three yeas later after the reform, he rendered a great achievement, and the clan was able to have a clear idea how to return the money borrowed from Osaka merchants
  659. Three-Storied Pagoda
  660. Three-Story Stone Pagoda (regarded as Ryonin's tomb)
  661. Three-car trains are not used east from Kyotanabe.
  662. Three-minute walk toward southwest from Yagi-nishiguchi Station, Kintetsu Kashihara Line.
  663. Three-row independent seats, a restroom
  664. Three-stage shooting: Famous positioning the ODA army applied at the Battle of Nagashino.
  665. Three-storey Pagoda of Ichijo-ji Temple
  666. Three-storey pagoda
  667. Three-storey pagoda (Important Cultural Property): A three-story pagoda constructed in 1442 during the Muromachi period of which the ground level has raigobashira (circular pillars right and left at each corner of the Buddhist altar), a shumidan (timber altar) and a wall erected behind the shumidan the two rear raigobashira.
  668. Three-storey pagoda (National Treasure): According to "Joruri-ji Ruki no Koto," it was relocated from Ichijo Omiya in Kyoto in 1178, but it is not known to which temple it originally belonged.
  669. Three-storey pagoda (stupa)
  670. Three-storey pagoda - in 1597
  671. Three-storey pagoda of Joruri-ji Temple: Kamo-cho, Kyoto Prefecture
  672. Three-storey pagoda: Constructed in 1619
  673. Three-storey pagoda: This Important Cultural Property that was constructed during the Momoyama period is topped by a formal tile roof, consists of circular pillars, and houses a seated statue of Dainichi Nyorai.
  674. Three-storey residence with gable roof and 4 chimneys and fireplaces.
  675. Three-storied pagoda
  676. Three-storied pagoda (important cultural property)
  677. Three-storied pagoda housing sutras: A three-storied pagoda erected in 1978 and used to store copies of sutras written by Rinzai adherents.
  678. Three-storied pagoda: It was built in 1479 in the Muromachi period.
  679. Three-storied pagoda: It was rebuilt in 1986.
  680. Three-storied pagoda: described above
  681. Three-storied pagoda: in 1944, after it was burnt by lightning, a novelist Aya KODA and her colleagues called for donations to reconstruct the pagoda, and it was rebuilt by a master carpenter Tsunekazu NISHIOKA in 1975.
  682. Three-storied stone pagoda (called Ashurao pagoda) - Erected in the early Nara period.
  683. Three-storied, one basement building with reinforced concrete structure, slate roof, space of the building: 343 square meters
  684. Three-story pagoda
  685. Three-story pagoda of Ichijo-ji Temple (Kasai City, Hyogo Prefecture, a national treasure)
  686. Three-story pagoda, Hondo
  687. Three-stringed Japanese banjo and Female Low Wooden Clogs in the Leaders' Office
  688. Three-tatami-mat tea rooms with a special setting started by Doan Sen
  689. Three-time increased volume of sake and sake in which three-time increased sake volume is blended are also included in futsushu.
  690. Three-volume.
  691. Thrid son: Takuma (October 5, 1872 - July 5, 1873)
  692. Throne of Blood
  693. Throth, which was originally in the form of an African Threskiornis, and Hedj-wer, in the form of a baboon, were both Gods of Wisdom and ended up in the form of Throth with an addition of the shape of a baboon..
  694. Through Beisan-do master Seisaku YAMADA, MIMURA get associated with Shoyo TSUBOUCHI and Shunjo ICHISHIMA.
  695. Through Hieizan Drive Way.
  696. Through Hokusai's originality, the neck of the yurei (ghost) of Okiku, who appears from a well, is drawn as dishes entangled in her hair.
  697. Through ISHIGURO's introduction, she was specially allowed to enroll the Koju-in College, a private medical school in Shitaya Neribei-machi (present Akihabara), which was run by Tsunenori TAKASHINA, a court physician who worked at Tenyakuryo (the Bureau of Medicine).
  698. Through Kiyomori's invitation, Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa often visited Kiyomori's villa in Fukuhara and received Sung people in audience.
  699. Through Nobunaga's orders, Tango Province came under the territory of Fujitaka HOSOKAWA, with Maizuru becoming his base.
  700. Through Oshima's intervention, Ujihime was given 332 koku in 1590 and finally she could emerged from the poverty.
  701. Through Otori (the giant torii) to the west is the Kyoto Prefectural Library; The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto; and Kyoto Kaikan Hall, and to the east is the Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art and the Kyoto City Zoo.
  702. Through San Francisco, Chicago, and New York, he arrived in Paris in May and headed to London and, after visiting the European countries his ship departed Marseille on October 3.
  703. Through Shichijo-Santetsu
  704. Through Shishisosho (the transfer of a master's teaching to a disciple), this person receives Buddha's Dharma and Inka (a Certification of spiritual achievement) from his/her master, and then passes that on to his/her disciple.
  705. Through Shitaji chubun and Jito-uke, jito obtained not only Shitaji shinshi ken but also the right to control jobun (also called jobun chigyo) gradually.
  706. Through Shoyo's encouragement, Shimei, under the pseudonym of 冷々亭主人, published "Shosetsu soron" (General theory of the novel) in 'Chuo gakujutsu zasshi'.
  707. Through Sohen YAMADA, a master of tea ceremony, this information was conveyed to Shinbei WAKIYA (actually, he was Gengo OTAKA, one of the 47 retainers), who was a disciple of Sohen.
  708. Through Taiko-kenchi (the land survey by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI) production capacity of lands was indicated by (crop) yield (production volume of brown (unpolished) rice) and depending on the yield, nengu (land tax) was levied.
  709. Through Taiko-kenchi (the land survey by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI), he abolished shoen koryo sei (The System of Public Lands and Private Estates) and related posts, ending the medieval period.
  710. Through WARP, academic periodicals published on the Internet and the actual websites of government agencies, etc., are archived in the NDL's server and made available to the public over the Internet, upon obtaining the approval of the respective administrators of such contents.
  711. Through Yoshitoshi's downfall in the Bunsho Coup during the Onin War, Yoshikado assumed the position of the kanrei (shogun's deputy) in February 1467 after the resignation of Masanaga HATAKEYAMA.
  712. Through a chance meeting with Masamune DATE at a tea ceremony in Kyoto, Motonobu became a retainer.
  713. Through a connection via an aunt on his mother's side, he used to visit Minister Kinito TOKUDAIJI as his attending physician, and because Minister Kinito TOKUDAIJI was a pro-Imperialist kuge (court noble), Ryozo began to lean toward Sonno Joi (reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners).
  714. Through a conspiracy, he made Emperor Kazan step down and instead made Emperor Ichijo, born to his daughter, assume the throne so that he could become a Sessho.
  715. Through a series of changes, two types of conjugations of adjectives were integrated into one;
  716. Through all ages and civilizations, luxury has been considered a kind of crime.
  717. Through an arrangement with Takatomo AKIMOTO, Jisha-bugyo (an official with responsibility for supervision of shrines and temples) of the Edo Bakufu, Ryoo was granted a part of the lands, which the Toei-zan had newly received from the Baku administrator to its territory.
  718. Through distinguishing themselves as local governors or oryoshi, establishing themselves in the areas they were transferred to, and being officially permitted by kokuga to manage koden (field administered directly by a ruler), they established enough of an economic foundation to maintain their own military power.
  719. Through drastic changes of circumstances such as the fall of the Ottoman Empire and the establishment of the Republic of Turkey after the war, Japan and Turkey finally entered into diplomatic relations following the conclusion of the Treaty of Lausann in 1924 and the establishment of the Embassy in 1925.
  720. Through express and sub-express to Nara Electric Railway and the Kintetsu Kyoto Line
  721. Through her school's Professor Hisaichiro NAGAI's introduction, she got acquainted with Tadanori ISHIGURO, high-rank Surgeon General and viscount, to whom she appealed the necessity of female doctors.
  722. Through his careers as a Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) and a Chugu daibu (Master of the Consort's Household) serving Empress FUJIWARA no Shoshi who was the daughter of FUJIWARA no Michinaga, he gained the deep confidence of Michinaga.
  723. Through his descendents, the clan continued as a scholarly family for a long time.
  724. Through his disciple Gentai KO, it was also spread among those people now known collectively as the early Edo school, such as Koshu SAKAKIBARA, Ippo IKENAGA and Kotaku HOSOI.
  725. Through his efforts teaching at the Hepburn school and Meiji Gakuin, he educated many Japanese, including Korekiyo TAKAHASHI, Tadasu HAYASHI, and Toson SHIMAZAKI, who played major roles in Meiji eraJapan.
  726. Through his friend, Kanson ARAHATA, his book of illustrations appeared in a newspaper called 'Chokugen' (Speak Frankly) published by Heiminsha.
  727. Through his investiture which had already become nominal by then, he nevertheless demonstrated to the other lords in Aki Province that he had the backing of both the imperial court and the Ouchi clan.
  728. Through his loyalty and devotion to study and training, Ennin earned the deep affection of Saicho, who was trying to establish the Tendai Sect in the face of a resurgence of Nara Buddhism and the prosperity of Shingon Esoteric Buddhism.
  729. Through his master Yakuro SAITO, he immediately asked Hidetatsu EGAWA, the governor of five shogunal demesnes including Izu, Sagami, and Kai, for permission to visit these places.
  730. Through his party activism he helped set up the Constitutional Reform Party, and later became owner and head of the Miyako Newspaper, working for civil rights and political reform.
  731. Through his relationship with Nobumitsu HAYASHI, Daigaku no kami (Director of the Bureau of Education), he presented to the bakufu "Kotenrongo" and "Kinsenfu," books that he wrote.
  732. Through his servant, the emperor asked the envoy about the culture of Wa.
  733. Through interactions with poets of haikai such as Kihaku, who was also a travelling monk, and Jiryu and Bakusui, who were both from Kaga Province, he endeavored to revive haikai in the style of Basho.
  734. Through join-investment with Shigetomi HAZAMA, he stationed Sokichi HASHIMOTO, an umbrella craftsman, to Shiran-do in Edo (for the master of Rangaku).
  735. Through many modifications, however, Koshi no Yuki has come to be produced by the method substantially identical to the first method.
  736. Through many years' combined efforts with the composer Masaru SATO, he left one of the greatest achievements in the Japanese film world in quality as well as in quantity.
  737. Through nationwide wars in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), a new style of connection called a village, which appeared in the Kinai region, spread to other regions.
  738. Through negotiations among the parties concerned, it was decided that Kintetsu and Keihan should construct a line up to Aramoto Station and Osaka City a line in the urban area, on the condition that through-service would be provided between the two lines.
  739. Through other positions such as Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at sechie (Imperial Court Ceremony)) in Toka no sechie (Imperial Court Ceremony), he was in charge of bukedenso-yaku from 1693 to 1700.
  740. Through out Japan toward the end of the sixth century, construction of keyhole-shaped tomb mounds ceased.
  741. Through parts of the diary being cited by other sources, it has been confirmed that the diary ran from 1075 to 1108.
  742. Through people's revolutions in modern times, titles of Kizoku were abolished in many nations, or remained nominally with no privileges allowed.
  743. Through repeated negotiations thereafter, the toshu saikensen increased in number to 30, but, they were reduced to 25 again by the Teibi Yakujo.
  744. Through research conducted by Yorinaga FUJINO, it was discovered that it was distinct from Yamazakura, and in 1900 it was referred to as 'Someiyoshino' in 'Japanese Gardening Magazine.'
  745. Through sand and the substances stuck to sand, minerals are supplied to soil and sea and consequently the growth of plants and phytoplankton is advanced, and therefore, it is pointed out that kosa provides effects which enrich the quality of soil.
  746. Through secret communications with the Oda clan, the Amago Remnant Corps managed to sever its ties with the Yamana clan, which had been siding with the Mori at the time.
  747. Through serving as the first secretary of Foreign Ministry, he became the minister-counselor in Germany the following year.
  748. Through several changes that followed, it was extended to six years in 1907 under Vice-Minister of Education, Masataro SAWAYANAGI.
  749. Through shinbun-nishiki-e, we can visually learn what the manners and customs in those days were, what incidents happened then and how people understood them, and what events people were interested in.
  750. Through shoji (translucent paper screen), although you cannot see clearly, you can still feel the presence of people or scenery on the other side of the shoji in the dim light.
  751. Through some vicissitudes in later days, such as a restoration in 1415 by Yoshihiro OUCHI, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA who entered in the Nakatsu Domain after the Battle of Sekigahara retorted it in 1619.
  752. Through successive promotions, in 1013 he was made Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor).
  753. Through such "discovery," readers became to have an impression that the origin of international law and Confucianism had affinity with each other and, as a result, "bankoku koho" (modern international law) was accepted as one with global "universality" including China.
  754. Through such a domestically-oriented period, control by the Yamato sovereignty had been gradually strengthened.
  755. Through such extreme experiences, the participant attained some sort of enlightenment called 'Shikuzen kaihotsu' or 'Shinjin gyakutoku' and was convinced of salvation by Amida Buddha.
  756. Through such system, although the Sessho and Kampaku offices continued, they did not have actual power to rule the government.
  757. Through tax increases, transfer of government-owned companies to private ownership, and sorting out of currency, Masayoshi MATSUKATA, later Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury), made it possible to issue convertible currency, establishing a base on which Japan could become a modern nation ranked with European and US powers.
  758. Through the 99th shirabyoshi, no prayer was honored, but when the last dancer, Shizuka, started dancing, dark clouds appeared and the rain fell for three consecutive days.
  759. Through the Bank of Taiwan, a large amount of Japanese capital was put into Taiwan, which economic policy contributed to the development of capitalism in Taiwan, and further investment in China and the Southeast Asian countries from Taiwan.
  760. Through the Battle of Komaki-Nagakute with Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, he became a vassal of Hideyoshi.
  761. Through the Edo Period, the Goto family served as a feudal retainer of Tosa Domain.
  762. Through the Edo period, it was casted and distributed as key currency with koban (former Japanese oval gold coin) and the purity of gold was same as koban issued in the same period and the ryome (a weighed value) was 1/4 of koban.
  763. Through the French Minister Leon Roches, he received 2.4 million dollars from France and founded Yokosuka Ironworks, a shipyard, and a ship repair dock, and he also led a revolution in the military system by inviting a group of military advisors headed by Jules Brunet.
  764. Through the Meiji Period to the Taisho Period, the Japanese government was dominated by nine influential figures called Genro (elder statesmen).
  765. Through the Meiji period to World War II, Imperial rites and festivals were often held on November 10.
  766. Through the Onin era to the Bunmei era, Nobumichi served Katsumoto HOSOKAWA as a commander and went to Kyoto, Nobumichi succeeded to distinguish himself during the military service in the Onin War.
  767. Through the Yayoi period the moat-surrounded settlements were abandoned, they were formed again in the early Kofun period.
  768. Through the Zengyo Hoben (the way to lead people skillfully) by Amida, Shaka and high priests, the true belief will be granted.
  769. Through the above process, there are now ten towns which bear the name 'Matsuo' as a prefix and one town which has the prefix of 'Matsuodani.'
  770. Through the above process, there are now ten towns which bear the prefix of 'Yamada' and four towns which bear the prefix of 'Shimoyamada.'
  771. Through the above setting of the trains, the special rapid train has come to run almost once an hour during the day between Nagahara Station and Omi-Shiotsu Station; additionally, one between 6 and 7 a.m. and one between 7 and 8 p.m. were added for the same section with the schedule revision of March 15, 2008.
  772. Through the ages, there is a theory that supposes that 'Kogogu-daibu' was Masasada, and this theory is commonly accepted.
  773. Through the aristocratic connection of Sanekage, Jiun formed relationships with court nobles and the imperial family, and was especially close to Imperial Prince Ichijoin no miya Sonsho who was also a waka poet.
  774. Through the broken fusuma Shino could be seen, panting with a high fever.
  775. Through the connection of her older brother who was working as a steward at the Osaka Branch of Shochiku Co. Ltd., Kinuyo joined the Shochiku Shimogamo Studio in 1924 and debuted in the film "Genroku Onna" (literally, "A Woman from the Genroku Period") directed by director Hotei NOMURA.
  776. Through the direct domain of the Edo shogunate, in 1669, Hisamasa NAGAI entered the castle from the Yodo domain of Yamashiro Province.
  777. Through the discussion of the succession to the Imperial throne, in order to maintain the agnate blood line, the eleven former Imperial families which renounced their imperial status in 1947 insist on rejoining: those families are all originated from Imperial Prince Kuniie.
  778. Through the efforts of Rennyo, Hongwan-ji Temple became one of the largest religious organizations in Japan.
  779. Through the efforts of Sagano Scenic Railway personnel, such as the unique announcements and explanations made by the train crew, the Torokko Tram became the symbol of Arashiyama sightseeing in no time at all.
  780. Through the efforts of his aunt, Kita no Mandokoro (legal wife of regent or chief adviser to the Emperor), his father's property was protected (25,000 koku stipend of Ashimori in Bicchu Province); however, his fight with his younger brother, Toshifusa, for inheritance of the property resulted in another demotion.
  781. Through the excavation and research, it is estimated that the tumulus was a round barrow of 48 meters in diameter and approximately 9 meters in height.
  782. Through the experiences of participating in the envoys to foreign countries, Yukichi deeply felt that Western learning should be widely accepted in Japan.
  783. Through the experiences of the second training delegates, negotiations with the Japanese government, and bringing back "A stratagem for Korea," the diplomatic policy of Korea changed to the policy of opening of the country to Europe and the United States.
  784. Through the formation of the Koetsu Alliance (an alliance between the Takeda clan in Kai Province and the Uesugi clan in Echigo Province), Kagekatsu acquired Numata territory in Higashi Ueno, while it caused the dissolution of the Koso Alliance (an alliance between the Takeda clan in the Kai Province and the Hojo clan in Sagami Province).
  785. Through the good offices of Kanrei (shogunal deputy) Mitsuie HATAKEYAMA and others, Yoshitsura returned to the government.
  786. Through the implementation of the chosei, Mizuho-mura became Mizuho-cho (Kyoto Prefecture).
  787. Through the influence of his relative who worked as a wet nurse of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, Yasunobu, known as a competent government official, was invited from Kyoto to Kamakura to assume the role as the first head of the monchujo.
  788. Through the intermediation of the key vassals Sadahide GAMO and Katahide GAMO, Yoshitaka and Yoshiji were permitted to return to Kannonji Castle.
  789. Through the introduction of Gennai HIRAGA, Naotake ODANO was designated to draw original pictures of pictorial cut of "Kaitai Shinsho."
  790. Through the kind intercession of Yoshiharu HORIO, Tomoharu was able to have an audience with Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in 1598, and worked for a time under Hideyasu YUKI.
  791. Through the medieval period and early-modern times, the nengu was the principal financial resource for the ruling class, which the ordinary population continued to bear its burden.
  792. Through the nenbutsu (Buddhist invocation) the mind arises from the Vow of birth.
  793. Through the network of Genzui KUSAKA, he studied at the Shokason Juku under the tutelage of Shoin YOSHIDA, and took part in the Revere the Emperor and Expel the Barbarians movement.
  794. Through the opening of the country to the world at the end of the Edo period, and the Meiji Restoration, Japan accepted products of culture and systems in European countries, and set its modernization as a national goal.
  795. Through the process of the establishment of the kokuga forces system and the samurai status, the conditional strike, which was originally started by the first samurai to establish their position, turned into an armed uprising, resulting in the Johei-Tengyo Revolt fought by FUJIWARA no Sumitomo and TAIRA no Masakado.
  796. Through the production process it is distilled many times and the alcohol purity becomes high, therefore the original taste of ingredients is lost and the taste has some weak characteristics.
  797. Through the progress of his study in the field of herbalism, Joan contributed for the development of measures against famine and the growth of various industries in Japan.
  798. Through the rational use of the body, it is believed that 'small can beat big' regardless of body build or strength, and that with throwing techniques and grappling one's opponent can be controlled without being hurt.
  799. Through the school's PTA, the conservative parents and progressive parents had already had friction over 'Peace Education' by some teachers, making an issue whether it was 'Ideologically Prejudiced Education' or not.
  800. Through the series of the fights, the territory of the Takeda clan in the northern Shinano area expanded, and the Takanashi clan, which was a powerful sworn ally of the Nagao clan, declined, losing Nakano (in the northern part of Zenkoji-daira) that was its main area.
  801. Through the social interactions between monks, especially Zen monks, and literati, monks who made bokugi appeared (a well known example of an artist monk who was not of the Zen sect was Jakufun Gyokukan of the Tendaishu sect).
  802. Through the split-up of the company, the name Eiden literally came to stand as an abbreviation for the company name.
  803. Through the staging of separating time using a draw curtain, the time flow was naturally introduced into the story, and this enabled a complicated play to be developed.
  804. Through the terms of the occupation, jidaigeki production was temporarily restricted on the basis that dramas with characters brandishing Japanese swords were militaristic and glorified acts of vengeance, thus had an element of arousing hostility towards the States.
  805. Through the two wars, the Hogen War and the Heiji War, near the end of the Heian period, samurai advanced into the political world, generating the Taira clan government.
  806. Through the wayo deed, the plaintiff promises the defendant to drop the lawsuit.
  807. Through their depiction in period dramas, it is often misunderstood that among Japanese swords, kozuka (the hilt of a small sword or the small sword itself) and kogai (a spatula attached to a small sword), which were stored in the scabbard as an accouterment of uchigatana and short swords, were weapons used as shuriken in emergencies.
  808. Through their talks, the Minister promised to set up the Second Mine Poison Survey Committee.
  809. Through these activities he also deepened the relationship with aristocrats such as FUJIWARA no Saneyori.
  810. Through these changes, the differences between kidendo and monjodo gradually became vague.
  811. Through these circumstances, the split between both parties became decisive.
  812. Through these extreme ways in which he tried to conceal himself, one is able to see Nankaku's mind for recluses as a Bunjin (literati).
  813. Through these limitless powers, one must believe in easing the pain of all living things and pray to become one in the same as the Buddha.
  814. Through these means, he advocated nationalism, which influenced the society at that time.
  815. Through these processes, jitos gradually strengthened their dominance over shoen and koryo.
  816. Through these processes, kanyain began to gather wastepaper to make recycled paper.
  817. Through these processes, larger-grain sand in the dust falls first.
  818. Through these processes, pickled pufferfish ovaries are appreciated as a delicacy.
  819. Through these processes, the section between Daigo and Nijo was opened to traffic in 1997.
  820. Through these two battles, the name of the busho (Japanese military commander) Masayuki SANADA became known nation wide.
  821. Through this arrangement, the film that would otherwise separate the natto and the bag of sauce is eliminated, thus improving the permeability and making it easier to mix the sauce with the natto.
  822. Through this battle Yoshitaka formed an alliance Yoshitatsu SAITO, whom up to that point he had seen as an enemy, and thus broadened opposition to the Azai clan, but the tide of war had turned against them.
  823. Through this battle, Masayuki came to be described as having excellent ingenuity.
  824. Through this channel improvement work, the lower reaches of the Hira-kawa River that flowed into Sumida-gawa River after passing through Hitotsu-bashi Bridge, Kanda-bashi Bridge, and Nihon-bashi Bridge, was cut-off from the Kanda-gawa River (former Hira-kawa River) and became the Edo Castle moat.
  825. Through this connection, Suetada fortified the status of his small navy.
  826. Through this cultural exchanges, he could see a wide variety of literature on herbalism.
  827. Through this development, the local trains of Kansai Line were changed to the series 103, and 101-type cars without air-conditioning of Katamachi Line were replaced with the air-conditioned, as well as extra trailer cars of Keihanshin Local Line were transferred to Katamachi Line's to introduce their 7-car train series.
  828. Through this fact, it is assumed that the relationship between Noritada and his father was not good.
  829. Through this fighting, the political and economic foundation of the bakufu collapsed, and the once-powerful Shogun transformed into a mere figurehead.
  830. Through this incident the relationship between Tadamichi and Yorinaga became unrecoverable.
  831. Through this kanjo (a ceremony to be the successor) the one is initiated into all secrets of Esoteric Buddhism and he is allowed to have his disciples (have the title of teacher.)
  832. Through this occupation and the subsequent peace treaty, Japan was ceded the southern half of the Sakhalin peninsula.
  833. Through this process, soy-sauce gains a flavor caused by fragrant constituents such as alcohol or vanillin, savoriness due to amino acid from soy beans, and sweet taste due to sugar from wheat.
  834. Through this process, the tea leaves obtain a distinctive aroma (a particular odor gained through the covering process).
  835. Through this processing, it becomes possible to store sake for a long period at a natural temperature.
  836. Through this story, many children have learned about Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, Rokuonji, and the Muromachi Period before ever going to history class.
  837. Through this treaty, both countries agreed to recognize France's authority over Guangdong, Guanxi and Yunnan Province, and Japan's authority over Manchuria and Menggu, and Fujian Province, the latter through a confidential agreement.
  838. Through this, Shaka became the awakened one (Kakusha), or Buddha.
  839. Through this, laws which had been independent administrative documents until that point were brought together into a code and promulgated in the form of a mokuroku.
  840. Through this, rectangle-shaped districts were created bordered by north-south streets at 120-meter intervals and east-west streets at 60-meter intervals, and continue to exist to this day.
  841. Through this, the Meiji Government showed the ministers and merchants from other countries that they were serious, along with not giving them time to bring back counterfeit nibukin which spilled abroad to Japan again to have it go through the authenticity test.
  842. Through this, the Uesugi clan gradually regained power and his adopted son, Kagekatsu UESUGI (of the Nagao clan), served n th Council of Five Elders (Go-Tairo) in the Toyotomi government and received Aizu domain, worth 1.2 million koku.
  843. Through this, the doctrine of Shinshu is called "Shinjin Shoin, Shomyo Ho-on" (Faith makes it happen, and praying is for gratitude).
  844. Through those shokan, ryoke collected harvests from their shoen as nengu (land tax), and imposed labor service (kuji [public duties]) on the shomin (farmers living in their manor), taking those taxes as their own revenue.
  845. Through three generations of Nobuhira KOBAYAKAWA, Sadahira KOBAYAKAWA and Haruhira KOBAYAKAWA, the clan advanced to the Geiyo Islands and formed the basis for the Kobayakawa Navy.
  846. Through to the Genroku era
  847. Through trial and error in the dark, he finally succeeded in the experiment of manufacturing porcelain that was produced only in Kyushu in Japan at that time.
  848. Through waka (31-syllable Japanese poems), he had close relations with middle class nobles, such as MINAMOTO no Toshiyori, FUJIWARA no Tametada, FUJIWARA no Toshitada, FUJIWARA no Toshinari and FUJIWARA no Ienari, and he was also invited to the poetry contest held by the regent, FUJIWARA no Moromichi.
  849. Through-operation to other railway lines
  850. Through-service wasn't provided up to Nijo Station, the former west-end station on the Tozai Line, and it is said that the reason generally pertained to relationships with Keihan Electric Railway about the usage rates of train cars.
  851. Through-tickets to the Otsu Line are also available at the subway's Rokujizo Station, which is the station for transfer to the Keihan Uji Line.
  852. Throughout Genji's life, Fujitsubo was his eternal love who continued to deeply influence the basis of his relationships with women.
  853. Throughout Japan, it is believed that the deity of Fushimi Inari-jinja Shrine in Kyoto, the headquarters of the Inari-sha shrines, descended on this day in 711.
  854. Throughout Japan, there are about 1,000 shrines across 43 municipalities that have 'Atago' in their shrine names.
  855. Throughout all Japanese history, there are only six people who received the rank of Shoichii during their lifetime.
  856. Throughout all his life, Soseki had been bestowed Kokushi-go seven times (Muso Kokushi, Shogaku Kokushi, Shinso Kokushi, Fusai Kokushi, Gennyu Kokushi, Butto Kokushi, Daien kokushi) by successive emperors, and also called the mentor of seven emperors.
  857. Throughout his childhood, he liked mischief and fight over study; although he was sent to terakoya school at age seven, it is said that he could barely write his own name after three years of study.
  858. Throughout his life he did not take a lawful wife, but it is said that that was because he had fallen in love with a merchant's daughter.
  859. Throughout his life, Myoryu devoted himself to study Esoteric Buddhism, religious precept, and Jodo (Pure Land) sect, expending his effort for their revival.
  860. Throughout his life, he lived as a populace scholar.
  861. Throughout his life, he published very few stories.
  862. Throughout his life, he stayed in the mainstream of politics; in 1869, he was designated Udaijin and in 1871, Dajo Daijin and Naidaijin.
  863. Throughout history, kofun were continuously destroyed for agricultural land; in the Middle Ages, kofun were destroyed to build fortresses, and in modern times, kofun are destroyed for residential land (especially after World War II).
  864. Throughout history, there is the generally known theory of 'female Emperor's temporarily succeeding' to avoided the discontinuation of the Imperial lineage (Imperial male line), and to keep the Imperial succession in the male line.
  865. Throughout its long history, the Catholic Church has had a tradition of not easily giving up something once it has been used for a mass or ceremony.
  866. Throughout the 11th and 12th centuries, numerous masters came from the Abe family that specialized in astronomy, considered the most difficult among the arts of Onmyo, and a pattern was established making Onmyo no kami and Onmyo no suke the positions to be succeeded by the Abe and Kamo clans, respectively.
  867. Throughout the Asuka area, there can be found many stone objects such as the Saruishi (Monkey Stones), Doso-jin (travelers' guardian deity) carved form stone and Tachibana-dera Temple's Nimen-ishi (Double-faced Stone), all of which are considered religious relics.
  868. Throughout the Edo Period, the clan grew its income by developing new fields and achieved a crop yield of about one million goku (278,000 cubic meters) at the end of the Edo Period.
  869. Throughout the Edo period, Ju-kyo took root in Japan mainly in the samurai family class, impacting Mitogaku and so on, and eventually connected to the thought of Sonno Joi (reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) to become one of the driving forces behind the Meiji Restoration.
  870. Throughout the Edo period, haikai's main form was a linked-verse style, which was not changed even though people sometimes appreciated only hokku.
  871. Throughout the Edo period, the Choshu clan superficially existed as a normal clan that assumed an attitude of obedience toward Bakufu; however, it is said that with each new year it conducted a ceremony to confirm its hard feelings against Bakufu (although no decisive evidence exists).
  872. Throughout the Edo period, the Fujikake clan maintained its status as a taishin hatamoto (greater vassal) (4,000 koku), whose jinya (headquarters) was located in the Yatsuai district in Kanbayashi (currently: Yatsuai-machi, Ayabe City, Kyoto Prefecture).
  873. Throughout the Edo period, they had been the specialty of Otsu-juku Station on the Tokaido road.
  874. Throughout the Eizan Main Line and the Kurama Line, a standard fare is based on the number of sections, whereas a commuter-pass fare is based on the distance.
  875. Throughout the Heian period, male court nobles in politics used kanji (Chinese characters) for writing and sentences were all in kanji.
  876. Throughout the Heian period, the stabilization of imperial succession was considered to be a major political issue, and in the drive to unite the line of emperors to the descendants of Emperor Ichijo, Emperor Gosanjo succeeded to the throne.
  877. Throughout the Jomon Period, the size of the magatama was comparatively small.
  878. Throughout the Kamakura period, jito's invasion to manors occurred frequently and disputes over land with manor lords intensified.
  879. Throughout the Meiji period, the Taisho period and up to the enforcement of the Anti-Prostitution Law on March 15, 1958, Miyagawa-cho was labeled a yukaku (a red-light district); buildings from the yukaku era still remain intact.
  880. Throughout the Muromachi period, Kamakura-kubo (鎌倉公方) was opposed to bakufu and also became gradually opposed to the Uesugi clan, who held the position of Kanto control.
  881. Throughout the Muromachi period, the three families who were appointed to Kanrei, the Shiba, Hatakeyama, and Hosokawa clans, along with the four families that were appointed to Samurai-dokoro tonin (Governor of the Board of Retainers), were collectively referred to as "Sankan shishiki."
  882. Throughout the ages, it has been used as a spice and in medicine.
  883. Throughout the controversy, portraits have actively been reexamined from various aspects in Japan, and this subject gave an important opportunity to review the portraits in Japan.
  884. Throughout the country, Funadama is regarded as a female deity.
  885. Throughout the country, festivals displaying numerous Hina-matsuri dolls, displaying distinctive decorations, and festivals in which boys and girls or adults dress up as the Hina-matsuri dolls are held during the time of the festival.
  886. Throughout the end of Edo period to the early Meiji period, numerous number of Shini-e were produced, while its style and format often changed throughout its history.
  887. Throughout the film there are scenes reminiscent of KUROSAWA's "Yojinbo".
  888. Throughout the line, during rush hour, the train is operated every five to eight minutes, while during the daytime it's operated every 10 minutes.
  889. Throughout the long night, listening to the autumn wind in the hills behind
  890. Throughout the long night, the waves are lashed by a storm, that drives them to shore - and moonlight drips from their boughs, the pines of Shiogoshi' by Saigyo
  891. Throughout the medieval and early modern period, a book called "Gishiki" consisting of ten volumes existed and in the mid-Edo period, KADA no Azumamaro defined it, based on its content, as one of Sandai gishiki "Jogan gishiki."
  892. Throughout the medieval era, the possession of weapons prevailed in Japan with civilians customarily wearing swords.
  893. Throughout the medieval period and the early-modern times, the feudal lords imposed the nengu on the populace including the peasants.
  894. Throughout the pre-war period there was almost a one-to-one ratio between the number of students per year at higher schools under the old system and that of the imperial universities.
  895. Throughout the processes of making Wafuku from a roll of cloth, the panels are cut out from the cloth almost always straight in parallel to or perpendicular to the sides of the cloth.
  896. Throughout the program, 'Kozo INABA,' which is punned on the name 'Nezumi kozo,' is used as the main character's name.
  897. Throughout the several thousand year history of Koshinto, forms and styles for shrines as containers and for festival rites as inner substance were established independently or under the influence of foreign religions, and these were further established as jinja (shrine) shinto, etc.
  898. Throughout the three-emperor reigns of Goreizei, Gosanjo and Shirakawa, Kaneyuki was in charge of writing the letters on Shikishigata of Yukisuki no byobu (Folding screens used during the Daijoe - court banquets held during the first harvest festival Daijo-sai after the accession of a new emperor).
  899. Throughout this period, two-tier conjugation verbs gradually changed into one-tier conjugation.
  900. Throughout this span of years she continued to wield influence in kokyu and supported Fuhito to establish the supremacy of the Fujiwara clan.
  901. Throw money into an offertory box.
  902. Throw the steamed rice mixed with azuki beans into a tub called "nerioke" that is shaped like shitodaru (a barrel of four-to or about 72-liters), and knead them by two sticks calling out "Ei Ei."
  903. Throwing it straight up;
  904. Throwing techniques
  905. Throwing techniques or grappling can be performed against the opponent whose posture has lost balance.
  906. Thunberg wrote about Junan in his itinerary of Japan (called "Nihon Ryoko-ki" in Japan); therefore, Junan became known in Europe.
  907. Thunder Begins to Sound: In the distance the sound of thunder begins (China).
  908. Thunder Begins to Sound: In the distance the sound of thunder begins (Japan).
  909. Thunder sounds: Thunder sounds and reverberates (Japan/China)
  910. Thursdays (except during the spring and summer breaks and statutory holidays that fall on Thursday)
  911. Thus Ansei Nishu silver coins circulated only for twenty-two days, and Ansei koban was minted only for less than four months.
  912. Thus Chohogannenrei remained effective for a long time, after being reinforced and reissued three times in three years from 1000 to 1002, and a ban on luxury which reconfirmed a series of shinsei in the Choho era was issued in 1030.
  913. Thus Eiraku-tsuho greatly influenced the Japanese monetary system over a long period of time (1 Ei was actually equivalent to around 4 mon).
  914. Thus Emperor Gokomatsu, who was ruling the Cloistered government at the time, secretly ordered Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Sadafusa, who was the grandchild of Emperor Suko, to succeed to the throne in the event of an emergency.
  915. Thus Emperor Sutoku was called 'Sanuki in' after this incident.
  916. Thus Emperor Toba, the ex-emperor with political power, in fact ruled the government once Emperor Sutoku became an ex-emperor, and as a result Sutoku was dissatisfied with the situation.
  917. Thus Gakumonjo became a model school for hanko (a domain school), in the latter days of the Edo period, Gakumonjo played a role in the training of teachers for hanko.
  918. Thus Gi-yofu architecture was born, and it was considered a symbol of civilization and enlightenment.
  919. Thus HA-row sounds not used at the beginning of words were as follows:
  920. Thus Hoori lived with the sea god for three years.
  921. Thus Ikazuchi no Oka Toho site suddenly began to attract attention as a stronger candidate.
  922. Thus Imperial Prince Kuniie is considered as twentieth, twenty third, Imperial Prince Sadanaru as twenty second, twenty fourth, Prince Hiroyasu as twenty fifth of Fushimi no Miya family in some family tree.
  923. Thus Itakeru no Mikoto is called Isaoshi no Kami (the 'deserving god') because of this story.
  924. Thus Japanese art was only evaluated as an aspect of exoticism.
  925. Thus Luoyang became an important secondary capital city, and, along with Changan, was referred to as two-capital.
  926. Thus Mamorifuda, similar to those of the Shinto religion, are also distributed in temples today.
  927. Thus Oda's teppo units were active while the Takeda army incurred more casualties because they could not assess the situation of the battle due to the fog.
  928. Thus Oniwaka, later Tadachika KANZE (Kokusetsu) the ninth, revived the Kanze-za under Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, tenkabito (person becoming the ruler of the country).
  929. Thus Pung became able to return country after about 30 years.
  930. Thus Rennyo had no choice but to accept the demands of the Enryaku-ji Temple (of course, it is obvious that this demand was ignored when Hongan-ji Temple regained its political power).
  931. Thus Sangi (Councillor) Hirobumi ITO sent Kentaro KANEKO, a great secretary of Daijokan (Grand Council of State), to Hokkaido in 1885.
  932. Thus Seventeen Pure Phrases are daringly positive about sexual intercourse and human act.
  933. Thus Taikenmonin who lost her political power, went into Hokongo-in Temple which she had ordered built and shaved her head in 1142.
  934. Thus Toimaru managed to break away from the exclusive ties with port-owners and became independent agents and carriers.
  935. Thus Tokimune avoided the national crisis of a Mongolian invasion, but many difficult problems were left following the war, such as providing reward grants for the Kamakura bakufu's retainers and the further strengthening of defense in preparation for the third Mongolian invasion.
  936. Thus Tonan-in Temple is located to the south-east of Kinpusen-ji Temple.
  937. Thus Totomi Province was conquered.
  938. Thus Umewaka-ryu school started its activity.
  939. Thus Yoritomo and Kanezane agreed to wait for the Emperor's death, when the Cloistered Emperor died in March 1192 at the age of 66, Yoritomo became a seii taishogun and started the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a Shogun) in July.
  940. Thus Yoritomo established the right of government over Togoku in reality and in name, and in 1184 he set up the Kumonjo (later Mandokoro) in charge of administration and Monchujo in charge of justice to form actual government.
  941. Thus Yoritsune, a great-grandson of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's sister, was brought to Kamakura.
  942. Thus Yoshinori ruled that Noritada, who was already a grown-up, was to take over Imagawa's family estate.
  943. Thus a duplicate copy which had been kept by the Ino family was dedicated to the government the next year.
  944. Thus a public office called Onmyoryo (a government office that had jurisdiction over calendar preparation, astronomy, divination, etc.) was built under the ritsuryo system.
  945. Thus a publication culture emerged in association with the above.
  946. Thus a variety of patterns exist, and they are not fixed definitely.
  947. Thus actual political power diverged from the position of shikken.
  948. Thus after 80 years, Yorozuya, the name of the household of their great-grandmother was once again used as a stage family name (kabuki).
  949. Thus all 215 Japanese people were picked up by the Turkish Airlines airplane dispatched in response to the Ambassador's request and managed to return to Japan via Turkey safely.
  950. Thus began the smoke-free project; old steam locomotives produced during the Meiji/Taisho periods and large-size steam locomotives for the trunk line were first replaced followed by middle-size for local lines and small-size for branch lines.
  951. Thus begins a counterattack by Kamatari.
  952. Thus chabudai-gaeshi is a somewhat outrageous thing to do.
  953. Thus during the Heian Period, it established itself as a peculiar Japanese armor with a national cultural style.
  954. Thus ended Takakuni's rule.
  955. Thus even though mikomai has developed into the style seen today, there still remain some older, albeit rare, style of mikomai with its tradition of 'kamigakari' (literally, 'spiritual possession').
  956. Thus far is the explanation given in "The Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  957. Thus far is what has been written in "The Nihonshoki," and it is pointed out by "The Shaku Nihongi" (an annotated text of the Nihonshoki) that there is a passage in "The Diary of ATO no Chitoko" saying that the Emperor "raised an army in the Shinano Province."
  958. Thus fire shocked the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) which promptly dispatched senior councillor Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA to Kyoto to consult with the Imperial Court on how to handle the situation.
  959. Thus gods are believed to dwell in a wide variety of tools and living things and such gods are called Tsukumogami.
  960. Thus hakari-za and the Shuzui family made enormous profits.
  961. Thus he established a good relationship with Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents), and Yoshitsune was adopted by Takamatsuin because of this bond.
  962. Thus he established the doctrine of Jodo sect.
  963. Thus he is known for perfecting Japanese poetics in the Heian period.
  964. Thus he made a boat from clay and used it to travel to the east, and then he reached Mt. Torikami located at the upper reaches of Hi-kawa River in Izumo Province.
  965. Thus he recommended that Makakado conquer the Togoku.
  966. Thus he swept all political opponents and became the emperor in December.
  967. Thus he told the governor about his future plans.
  968. Thus he was called "Tango-jiju."
  969. Thus he was determined to do his best to reform the domain government.
  970. Thus high-quality musical pieces were composed from the middle to late Edo period.
  971. Thus in 1886, the change of the route to Tokaido was decided after the consultation among Railroad Director INOUE, Prime Minister Hirobumi ITO and the leading figure of the Army Aritomo YAMAGATA (all three were from the Choshu Domain).
  972. Thus in the Seishinko Diary the Yomei are called the Yomei kanpaku.
  973. Thus in the old lunisolar calendar, rokuyo is fixed to the dates and the months.
  974. Thus industrial output in the industrial statistics is ever-changing.
  975. Thus it bears clones which have the same trait with the mother (nucellar seedlings) by seed propagation.
  976. Thus it became unnecessary for the bakafu (feudal government) to concern itself as the restoration of the family became hopeless.
  977. Thus it can be said that there is no consistent rule for serving Donburimono.
  978. Thus it has been said that Gotoku-ji Temple became prosperous again.
  979. Thus it intersects Teramachi-dori Street and Gokomachi-dori Street, which run completely north-south.
  980. Thus it is a fact that the name was already used in the early 1960s in the area.
  981. Thus it is also called as "Ichimei" (one name), "Chie-mairi" (a prayer for wisdom) or "Chie-morai" (being blessed with wisdom).
  982. Thus it is believed that no documents in a form of "I" (移) exist today, with the exception of Shoso-in monjo (documents of Shoso-in).
  983. Thus it is considered that the story of Hoderi no Mikoto in the "Kojiki" was originally a legend concerning Hosusori no Mikoto (or Hosuseri no Mikoto), with the compilers of the "Kojiki" creating a god named Hoderi no Mikoto and transferring Hosusori no Mikoto's exploits over to Hoderi no Mikoto.
  984. Thus it is considered to be more healthy than other meat.
  985. Thus it is estimated that the annual frequency of operation cancellation has been reduced by half.
  986. Thus it is now considered nearly impossible to restore the original text that Murasaki Shikibu had written.
  987. Thus it is presumed that the Oura clan was a family of the Nanbu clan, as were the Mito clan, Hachinohe clan, etc.
  988. Thus it is said that Isendo made a statue of sahasrabhuja and enshrined it together with Vaisravana.
  989. Thus it is said that the Nitta army grew to a number in the tens of thousands.
  990. Thus it is said that the accuracy of the yin-yang diviner's divination and the rightness of the cauldron's oracle are truly sacred.
  991. Thus it looked like she was doing everything well as an actress but in 1950, when she returned to Japan from her trip to the United States as part of the Japan-US goodwill envoy, she blew a kiss while wearing a gaudy dress and sunglasses on, an action that resulted in a heavy backlash from the public.
  992. Thus it may be said that Michikata was the last 'legitimate Genji choja.'
  993. Thus it may be said that it was necessary for nobles in the Heian period to belong to Jugoinoge or a higher rank.
  994. Thus it partially acknowledges the versatility of wakyu created from past craftsmen.
  995. Thus it was a good occasion for the Emperor to abdicate.
  996. Thus it was called 'Okibon (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Poetry).'
  997. Thus it was firmly established in this country from old times.
  998. Thus it's considered that the majority of pieces express emotional content instead of visual substance.
  999. Thus it's traditional in the Soto sect that the position of tenzo is highly respected, based on this event.
  1000. Thus jiuta evolved to have a strong instrumental aspect.

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