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  1. Thus manors, gun, go, and ho became a basis of an origin place of a samurai surname (called honganchi) during that period.
  2. Thus many zaichokanjin developed into local landlords and as bushi after the middle of the Heian period (from the eleventh century to the twelfth).
  3. Thus nishime is generally regarded as one of 'Mom's dishes,' or an example of good old home cooking.
  4. Thus on December 21 (old calendar), the three men's troops began to invade Yamato and, together with Junkei TSUTSUI, sieged Tamonyama-jo Castle (in today's Horen-cho, Nara City), where Hisahide had his headquarters.
  5. Thus outputs made by mokoku vary in quality even if they are based on the same calligraphy.
  6. Thus people instinctively prevent others from touching their 'dangerous parts,' but on the contrary, allowing it would be a token of enhanced confidence or affection.
  7. Thus people started to use the word "謀叛" together with the word "謀反"for the same meaning.
  8. Thus persons described as 'Sochi no Miya' 'Sochi no Miya onkata' in the historical books related to the last days of the bakufu means Imperial Prince Taruhito.
  9. Thus puppeteers need to put costume on a puppet which they are going to manipulate.
  10. Thus rain-fed irrigation was conducted either by extending canals to rivers other than the nearest one or by building irrigation ponds.
  11. Thus restored monument was built in the garden of Hashi-dera Temple, with the origin described on the back side.
  12. Thus shamisen has led and supported various Japanese music of recent times, adding further improvements at the same time, and has become the leading stringed instrument of Japan.
  13. Thus should we too feel about these things.
  14. Thus sokyoku again began to develop on its own.
  15. Thus some evaluate Tsunayoshi as having conducted sound economic policy.
  16. Thus some influential people who were excluded from the Japan-Korea trade began to have relations with maritime merchants of Ming, and they eventually took part in the koki wako (late wako).
  17. Thus steam locomotives disappeared, however, movements to preserve steam locomotives as a modern industrial heritage have come to be seen.
  18. Thus the Chinju-fu after the relocation served as a second kokufu, which operated separately from the Mutsu kokufu located in Taga-jo Castle, and controlled Isawa (south of Iwate Prefecture).
  19. Thus the Chinju-fu was originally designed to serve as a peacetime governing institution, not to subdue barbarians in emergencies.
  20. Thus the Emperor was at the mercy of a power struggle within the Fujiwara clan, and he abdicated and passed the throne to Emperor Kazan in 984 after Imperial Prince Yasuhito became the crown prince.
  21. Thus the Hanzo-Hattori clan survive by holding the post of a chief retainer of the Kuwana Domain (the large Hattori family).
  22. Thus the Iwahashi clan (Suketane described himself as an illegitimate child of Yasutane MAKUWARI), who owned the area around Iwahashi Village, Into-sho (manor) (present-day Shisui Town, Inba District, Chiba Prefecture), claimed that they were the head of the Chiba clan.
  23. Thus the Kyotoku War, which was triggered by the premeditated murder of Noritada UESUGI by Shigeuji ASHIKAGA, finally ended, but the sequence of disturbances which arose from the Onin War just moved on, and the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) was dawning.
  24. Thus the MAFF defines Tanada on the basis of steepness of the slope, and there are no provisions on the degree of mechanization or on agricultural culture.
  25. Thus the Oda and Toyotomi governments and the Imperial Family took advantage of each other.
  26. Thus the Prefecture and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism is prepared to maintain the port as a critical point and has widened the function of the new port Wada Warf (tentative name) to harbor larger vessels and handle containers.
  27. Thus the Prince was not counted among successive Emperors.
  28. Thus the Sadatsugu family line was destroyed, whereupon the Mitsumura family line took over; the OIKAWA clan gave rise to many branches, spread and increased throughout Oshu.
  29. Thus the Sakai commando overwhelmed the Takeda force in the battle.
  30. Thus the area has become a tourist attraction near Horyu-ji Temple.
  31. Thus the army of the City in Yamato went over to the Prince Oama side.
  32. Thus the bakufu, to prevent such crime, was taking various political measures.
  33. Thus the ban was in place for more than 300 years.
  34. Thus the characteristics of quality are emphasized, so that close attention is paid to a brief steaming with subsequent drying at low temperature in the manufacturing process.
  35. Thus the chinzo was as precious as the honzon (principal image of Buddha) for the temple, so it was placed in the temple's main hall, or a special enshrinement hall called kaizando was constructed for it.
  36. Thus the company is categorized as a joint public-private venture; however, as the company is owned by the Ministry of Finance (but not for the purpose of participation in management), it's usually referred to as a private company.
  37. Thus the conception of a vengeful spirit was created for the first time in the history of Japan.
  38. Thus the confrontation between the Imagawa clan and the Shiba clan became more obvious.
  39. Thus the correct interpretation of the shichi-kei was completed, and the accomplishments of the interpretation learning of old words of Han and Tang reached its highest point.
  40. Thus the couple marry each other after their death.
  41. Thus the dance was always done under a full moon.
  42. Thus the development of new varieties became popular and, in 2006, only the Tokyo, Kagoshima and Okinawa Prefectures didn't have their own brand varieties or growing districts for sakamai.
  43. Thus the exchanges between aikido and the judo of the Kodokan Judo Institute were relatively active.
  44. Thus the five Dog Warriors gathered together on Mt. Arame, Joshu, but they split away pursued by the army of the Kanrei Family.
  45. Thus the folded Sensu to work as kekkai barrier in order to constitute a border line between himself and another person.
  46. Thus the form of eaves and the construction of veranda-like porches are completely peculiar to Japan, and also the shape need not be similar.'
  47. Thus the guidayu performed by females became more prosperous than in the Edo period.
  48. Thus the head priest can not use the property of the temple as his own property (inheritance, and so on).
  49. Thus the higher rank person virtually could use that ikki as a group of vassals.
  50. Thus the improved Tosa-bushi (katsuobushi produced in Tosa) was able to withstand not only the long-term transportation to Osaka or Edo but also the long-term preservation in consumer cities; it tasted good as well, so it gained wild popularity and reached its prime.
  51. Thus the kengyo, who had lost authority, became hard-pressed.
  52. Thus the level of production is also high in Kesennuma City, Ishinomaki City, Shiogama City, which has Tokutei Daisanshu Gyoko (a specific third-kind fishing port or nationally important fishing port), or the seaports on the Pacific side in Miyagi Prefecture.
  53. Thus the name was FUJIWARA, but originally the first family name was ARIMICHI clan; during the twelfth century, they identified themselves as SHIONOYA.
  54. Thus the new Emperor had to come from the Miyake (house of an imperial prince).
  55. Thus the parts became fixed but closely coupled, and the music reached a high degree of perfection as an ensemble form.
  56. Thus the peace was restored for the Date family.
  57. Thus the plaster figure must be quickly produced from the agar impression material.
  58. Thus the prediction of Otowaka, who was killed by Yoshitomo, has come to pass.
  59. Thus the present court rituals are still performed according to the former Koshitsu Saishi Rei.
  60. Thus the primary meaning of ojo is to become a Buddha but not simply to go to the Pure Land of Amitabha.
  61. Thus the reemergence of four-season brewing techniques which had ceased for a time was actually a result of industrial technology from the 1920s.
  62. Thus the shikimoku, and the Goseibai-shikimoku in particular, were considered as fundamental laws for samurai government, and a view that the shikimoku was equal to Bukeho was generally accepted.
  63. Thus the tato farmers developed into myoshu (an owner of rice fields), who owned the permanent tenure of myoden.
  64. Thus the word 'koto' belonging to Wago (the ancient or primordial Japanese language) was originally derived from the 'Koto,' which had existed since the Yayoi period, becoming the prototype of '和琴' (Wagon).
  65. Thus there are objections to designating July as the time for Natto no Hi.
  66. Thus there are three kinds of book, but most of the extant manuscripts are nido bon.
  67. Thus there emerged the business of the mizuya, which sold water cooled with ice.
  68. Thus there is a theory that the reason the Emperor's poet teacher and closest aide, Tamekane KYOGOKU, was exiled twice was because the Kamakura bakufu wanted to send a warning to the Emperor in response to his actions against them.
  69. Thus there is still no definitive conclusion about the Emishi in all of the eastern Japan mentioned in "Nihon Shoki," nor about arguments concerning the relationship with people in the Jomon and Yayoi periods.
  70. Thus there was a department for the study of Buddhism within the School of Literature, but when the department was reorganized it joined with the Department of History and the Department of Japanese Language, and in the 2004 academic year the Department of Literature became the Department of the Humanities.
  71. Thus there was a need for a guardian who would carry out the political duties of the Gamo family in place of the young Hideyuki.
  72. Thus there was the danger of assassination, and he took five body doubles with him when he inspected sites such as castle construction (the existence of body doubles was confidential and usually not recorded, but Katsutoyo's case is a rarity in that it is clearly recorded).
  73. Thus there were products and characters of which the motif were mikans in the prefecture.
  74. Thus these two are often discussed in comparison with each other.
  75. Thus they manipulated the calendar in secret (which raised the possibility that solar eclipses and summer and winter solstices would not occur according to the forecasts).
  76. Thus they were destitute, and fueki (slave labor) for the shooting practice field was a huge burden.
  77. Thus this achievement which was 'if we enforce price reduction, we can get rice at a low price' spread from city to city immediately, and from around August 17, riots spread from urban areas to town or agricultural community and then reached almost everywhere in the country by August 20.
  78. Thus this literature can be said to be very precious from the viewpoint of its information value.
  79. Thus three ichibu-gin silver coins, weighing about one third of a one-dollar silver coin, should be converted to one dollar, he argued.
  80. Thus two muhon, "謀反" and "謀叛", were considered different crimes.
  81. Thus was born the new Maizuru City.
  82. Thus we can assume that Takahiro was an excellent military commander; and now in 1567, he disobeyed Kenshin for the second time by changing his allegiance and siding with Ujiyasu HOJO.
  83. Thus we can see it has an aspect of not only administrative urban area but also commercial urban area.
  84. Thus yokan became an original confection of Japan.
  85. Thus, "New Currency Regulation" was declared by Dajo-kan (Grand Council of State) on May 10, 1871.
  86. Thus, "The Tales of Ise" was probably very popular among the nobility in Kyoto.
  87. Thus, 50 ryo becomes stolen money because it went through the hands of a robber rather than directly into Kanpei's hands.
  88. Thus, Anaho no Miko ascended to the imperial throne in December.
  89. Thus, Asano's attack failed.
  90. Thus, Chidori was allowed to get on the boat, and the boat departed leaving Shukan behind.
  91. Thus, Chushin (central area of Shinshu, present Nagano Prefecture) was placed under Takeda's control.
  92. Thus, Daimon is now used only for stage garments.
  93. Thus, Dakiniten was considered to be a non-Buddhist religion and belief in it tabooed.
  94. Thus, Doma was decapitated according to his promise and 梨子 was also killed.
  95. Thus, Ekiben was classified institutionally.
  96. Thus, Emperor Kinmei, who was born to Emperor Keitai and Princess Tashiraka, became the ancestor of the Imperial Family which continues for long up till now.
  97. Thus, Goshirakawa's attitude totally changed on many occasions, once he considered someone as his enemy then he changed to glorify him, or to the contrary, he eliminate someone whom he considered as a supporter, he only took things in a way that suited his needs.
  98. Thus, Gyuichi's work is called "Shinchoko-ki" to be distinguished from Hoan's work, which is called "Nobunaga-ki" or "Hoan's Nobunaga-ki."
  99. Thus, Harukata seized real control of the Ouchi family with Yoshinaga as the puppet family head.
  100. Thus, He was going to ask Prince Oshiha to look after his future affairs.
  101. Thus, Hideyoshi decided to attack Korea.
  102. Thus, Hime no Mae finally married with Yoshitoki on November 8, 1192 and gave birth to Yoshitoki's second son, Tomotoki in 1193 and to his third son, Shigetoki in 1198.
  103. Thus, Hirobumi ITO, in his second administration, formed a coalition government with the Liberal Party (自由党 Jiyuto), the leading party in the House of Representatives.
  104. Thus, ITO announced to organize the Cabinet on condition that major genkuns (the statesmen who contributed in Meiji Restoration) should join the Cabinet, and completed organization of the Cabinet with two ex-prime ministers, Kiyotaka KURODA and Aritomo YAMAGATA joining the Cabinet.
  105. Thus, Iehiro KONOE, Hiroko's younger brother, produced kigo (calligraphy) for their monument of gishi (loyal retainer).
  106. Thus, Iesada out of necessity often cooked for himself because of his fear of assassination.
  107. Thus, Iesada's height could also be estimated one hundred and fifty centimeters.
  108. Thus, Iesada's name change produced the following phenomenon; daimyos that had originally used the character, "定" (sada), for their name, changed their names in demonstrating of respect to Iesada's name (Example, the Hisamatsu clan).
  109. Thus, Imperial Prince Fushimi Sadanaru set up a Yaba (archery range) place and a place for playing billiards, this was in his second residence the Zuikakuso Villa, located in Inubosaki, Choshi City ("Sadanaru Shinnou Itsuwa [The Anecdote of Imperial Prince Sadanaru]").
  110. Thus, Imperial Prince Kagosaka conspired with Imperial Prince Oshikuma, a younger maternal half-brother, to attack the Empress Jingu and her baby, during their retuning trip from Tsukushi Province.
  111. Thus, Inoue considered it necessary to show it to foreigners that Japan was a civilized country.
  112. Thus, Inoue's grandstanding sometimes bothered Ito.
  113. Thus, Itagaki and others including Takamori SAIGO fell from power (Meiji roku-nen no Seihen [Coups of 1873]).
  114. Thus, Ito appreciated his ability, and also trusted him.
  115. Thus, Japan compromised by drastically increasing the import quota of nori for South Korea, and consequently South Korea withdrew its complaint in January 2006.
  116. Thus, Japanese comics draw great deal of global attention recently and they are translated and published in various countries.
  117. Thus, Joan NAITO lost his father three months after he was christened.
  118. Thus, Jodo sect who wished to go to Saiho Gokuraku Jodo - The West Pure Land of Amida Buddha after death became active, and this facilitated the popularity of Mappo thought.
  119. Thus, Jutaro repaid more than 1,010 thousand yen to the one-hundred and thirtieth bank and then resigned not only its president but also all posts of the companies he was involved in.
  120. Thus, Kagekatsu was stationed there to monitor and check feudal lords in Tohoku in place of the Gamo clan, which had forfeited the fief located there.
  121. Thus, Kageyushi became an important post which was in charge of the inspection and supervision of both central and local administration.
  122. Thus, Kawachi-Genji won their samurai name, and practically established their position as the direct descendant of Seiwa-Genji.
  123. Thus, Keihanshin Local Line was completely reorganized with the train series 103, by introducing a total of eighty cars consisting of eleven sets of seven-car trains, one extra unit of disjoined two motor cars, and one trailer car.
  124. Thus, Korechika came back to Kyoto in January 998.
  125. Thus, Ku-Suiko came to be recognized as a part of the land tax.
  126. Thus, Kyoto Prefecture and Oyamazaki-cho Town bought the land from the construction firm, and it was decided that the villa was to be turned into an art museum for Yamamoto's collection operated by Asahi Breweries, with Tadao ANDO later selected as the designer and supervisor of its new building.
  127. Thus, MIMURA cultivated literary education and techniques, and acquired a wide and deep knowledge of literature.
  128. Thus, Masanaga became the successor of Yasaburo supported by people who were on Yasaburo's side such as Naganobu JINBO, and developed a fierce battle with Yoshinari.
  129. Thus, Masatsugu Danjo HEKI's doctrine of archery was handed down from generation to generation by the only one blood-linked successor of Masatsugu Danjo HEKI, or one student without any blood relationship who was granted Menkyo-kaiden (full proficiency).
  130. Thus, Michito sent an assassin to have Ushinosuke killed.
  131. Thus, Mitsuhide AKECHI compromised with him by having Yoshisada marry the daughter of Yusai HOSOKAWA.
  132. Thus, Mitsuhide had to enter into a showdown, still unable to fully establish a defense setup against the unexpectedly fast advance of Hideyoshi's troops.
  133. Thus, Nakatoki HOJO, the Tandai at the time, and others were forced to leave Kyoto, and Rokuhara Tandai vanished.
  134. Thus, Naouji received indignation of Takauji ASHIKAGA, who had reorganized the Northern Court, and then Naouji left for the Kyushu region again the following year, in 1356.
  135. Thus, Navigation Encouragement Act and Shipbuilding Encouragement Act were established in 1896.
  136. Thus, Nobumitsu became the main lineage of the Takeda clan at Nirasaki.
  137. Thus, Nobutada committed suicide by sword and the Nijo Gosho (Nijo Imperial Palace) fell.
  138. Thus, Nobutada moved to Nijo Gosho (newly built Imperial Palace in Nijo) together with Sadakatsu MURAI who was responsible for administration of Kyoto.
  139. Thus, Nobutora again came back to Takeda territory.
  140. Thus, Okubo had to be buried in the Aoyama Cemetery in Minato Ward, Tokyo.
  141. Thus, Okubo, Kido and Itagaki gathered in Osaka to have a three-way meeting mediated by Inoue and Ito.
  142. Thus, Parkes ended the meeting.
  143. Thus, Prince Hikoimasu was sent to Tamba.
  144. Thus, Ryoo confirmed his firm decision to built a Daizo-kyo Sutra zo (a depository of Complete Collection of Scriptures) and the collection of both domestic and foreign books.
  145. Thus, Ryoo had contributed to industrial development.
  146. Thus, Saibara songs were gradually decreased and almost became extinct in the Sengoku period (Japan), then in September 1626, Suetsugu YOTSUTSUJI was given Mikotonori (imperial edict) and 'Ise no umi' was restored.
  147. Thus, Saigo ordered Kyunosuke MASUMITSU and Shohei IMUTA who resided in the residence of the Satsuma clan in Edo to gather the roshi (master less or unemployed samurai) samurai including Sozo SAGARA, asking them (roshi samurai) to begin disturbance maneuvers such as, arson, looting, and committing outrageous or violence activities in the city of Edo.
  148. Thus, Sakai Prefecture was established and launched as a prefecture on August 10 of the same year that covered Sakai and its peripheral regions (one theory states that 境県 as opposed to 堺県 was the official writing given in the beginning).
  149. Thus, Sarume no kimi was named after Sarutahiko.
  150. Thus, Satoyama, which has a strong sense of local commons, tends to prevent free-rider or moral hazard problems (→see 'Tragedy of commons')
  151. Thus, Shingen recognized the disadvantage in fighting against the Hojo and Tokugawa allied army, and in April, 1569, the Takeda force withdrew to Kai Province, leaving Nobukimi ANAYAMA to defend Okitsu-jo Castle.
  152. Thus, Shoko had five boys and two girls with Emperor Toba, she also visited Kumano Shrine with the Emperor, this was facilitated due to the political power that Shirakawa in had.
  153. Thus, Shugo had aggressively encroached on the authority in the administration of the Kokuga.
  154. Thus, Sokyu dominated the other Egoshu members based on his unchallenged standing at Sakai, thereby assisting Nobunaga's unification of the whole country.
  155. Thus, Sumako became the first Japanese actress who could sing.
  156. Thus, Tato were deeply engaged in the management of shoen/koryo (public land) and eventually gained the status of shokan (an officer governing shoen) or myoshu (owner of rice fields).
  157. Thus, Toa Kinema ended its nine-year history.
  158. Thus, Tokiyori established a rock-solid position as a regent.
  159. Thus, Toshin (eastern area of Shinshu) was also placed under control of the Takeda family, and Harunobu nearly subdued Shinano Province not including Hokushin (northern area of Shinshu).
  160. Thus, Toyo greatly contributed to the modernization of Japanese medicine.
  161. Thus, Tsunemichi's promotion under Emperor Kogon also became invalid.
  162. Thus, Unagami no Isachi was ordered to enshrine her.
  163. Thus, Utaemon's left leg remained crippled throughout his life.
  164. Thus, Yasuke does not make sushi nor customers eat and drink at the store.
  165. Thus, Yomeigaku (Neo-Confucianism based on teaching of Yangming WANG) by Shoujen WANG was born.
  166. Thus, Yoritsuna's reign of terror was remembered for more than 80 years after his death.
  167. Thus, Yoshinaga MATSUDAIRA (Shungaku) referred to Iesada as the "Imo Kubo" (potato Shogun).
  168. Thus, Yoshishige established the maximum territory in the Kyushu region in both reality and in name, creating the height of prosperity of the Otomo clan.
  169. Thus, Yoshitada again became the shogun (later changed his name to Yoshitane), and another puppet government controlled by Takakuni and Yoshioki was established.
  170. Thus, Yoshitaka who could scarcely made not systematic resistance, gave up Yamaguchi and escaped to Nagato Province on August 29.
  171. Thus, Yoshitsune took the advantage of the position of his army, setting fires in many places.
  172. Thus, Yoshitsune's group safely passed through the Check Station.
  173. Thus, a Confucian order was thoroughly in place in village societies.
  174. Thus, a Nohwaki sits on the stage most of the time and there is even a comic haiku (Senryu) saying, "A Nohwaki monk may like to have a tobacco tray."
  175. Thus, a Temporary Architectural Bureau was formed in the Cabinet in 1886; Inoue assumed the premiership, Michitsune MISHIMA assumed office of the vice-president (concurrently the Tokyo Metropolitan Police commissioner), and Tsumunaga MATSUZAKI, an architect who had returned from Germany, assumed office of the director of construction.
  176. Thus, a cast of actors changed every November.
  177. Thus, a subtle and profound light is brought about.
  178. Thus, a total of thirty-two sets of train series 201, consisting of 224 cars, were eventually assigned to both Takatsuki and Akashi Depots.
  179. Thus, according to this interpretation, it refers that the Buddha's teachings in the Nirvana Sutra were taught to eliminate the distinction between different views about his teachings and the distinction between temporary and eternal truths.
  180. Thus, adoption of western clothes for Japanese people advanced.
  181. Thus, after his death, his younger half-brother Emperor Gosanjo succeeded to the throne, who had no maternal relationship to the Fujiwara clan.
  182. Thus, after the bakufu transferred power back to the Emperor, the Meiji Restoration began with a declaration of the restoration of imperial rule on December 9, 1867.
  183. Thus, all buses of Keihan Uji Kotsu were operated without conductor.
  184. Thus, almost of all the Suzuki families are considered to be the descendents of the families, which were using the Shinto-related honsei (original name) of Hozumi or of the samurai families, including those of the Minamoto clan or the Taira clan.
  185. Thus, also in Japan today, the distress of the Ertu?rul is regarded as an essential episode to talk about "a pro-Japanese country, Turkey."
  186. Thus, any budo belongs to the sport.
  187. Thus, as a general explanation of the battle, the authors of history books mainly reference descriptions of the specific progress of the battle in "Azuma Kagami" and "Heike Monogatari," considering the political maneuver of Emperor Goshirakawa and adding the view of "Gyokuyo."
  188. Thus, as the 'university' existed in Kyoto became unnecessary, the notice of abolition was issued in November in 1869.
  189. Thus, as the amount of charcoal is very critical, a large number of specialists only for this process called sumiya (literally, specialist for charcoal) existed in places where jizake (local sake) is brewed
  190. Thus, as the dance was played up by the visual media, the music of danjiri-bayashi was apparently gaining in popularity at the same time.
  191. Thus, as they could gain some leeway both in troop strength and supplies, in order to control southern Korea an established fact, commanders camped in southern Korea were called up to attack Jinju Castle (the second Siege of Jinju).
  192. Thus, at schools in the bakufu and domains where Ju-kyo (Neo-Confucianism) was taught, mausoleums enshrining Koshi were built and worshipped.
  193. Thus, at that time, the effect of the resignation of the Minister of the Army was very large.
  194. Thus, at the same time that Tomonari constructed Utsunomiya clan's defense base in Shionoya-gun County, he served and became a waka reciting partner of MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, who became the third Shogun in 1203.
  195. Thus, background music is often used to represent emotional landscapes though it can be used to simulate sounds of various objects like a moving ship in 'Pilgrimage to Nozaki.'
  196. Thus, boarding over the whole floor created flexibility in the construction of the auditorium.
  197. Thus, bugaku players wear kantoi (simple type of clothing consisting of a large piece of cloth with a hole in the middle for the head) that is called ryoto, with cuffs of the sleeves tied at the wrists.
  198. Thus, by adding an egg to the rice, the nutritional value can be increased.
  199. Thus, by going back from the chronology written in Chronicles of Japan, the year when Emperor Jinmu acceded to the throne comes to correspond to 660 B.C..
  200. Thus, carp is considered the messenger of the god in this shrine, and the shrine parishioners consider eating carp a taboo and do not fly carp streamers for Boy's Day celebration.
  201. Thus, castles and jinya across the country were divided into administrative assets managed by the Department of War and ordinary properties managed by Okura-sho.
  202. Thus, conkers are sold from which harshness is removed in advance.
  203. Thus, considering the conditions of the Saka and Ikoma families, it makes no sense at all, as a matter of fact, that the lineage of the Saka family was ranked lower than the lineage of the Ikoma family.
  204. Thus, copper coins issued by the government had lost the trust of the people and ceased to be used in the market.
  205. Thus, cultural exchanges between noble society including In and samurai, the common people spread widely.
  206. Thus, depending upon the areas or further on the shops, the way of cooking is different from each other.
  207. Thus, during six years from 1882, approximately 32,000 copies were given as Imperial gifts and approximately 8,600 copies were to private schools, bringing the total to 41,000 copies.
  208. Thus, during this period in Korea, it seems that Korean people generally could record documents written by letters.
  209. Thus, eshi (limner) of government official system during the Ritsuryo system period and ekakibe (person dealing with paintings) of tomo no miyatsuko (Servant of the Court administering a group) belonged to Gakoshi.
  210. Thus, even a coined term, 'the early-phase clustered tumuli,' has been created.
  211. Thus, even a total lay person, who was not a trainee entering the priesthood, was then able to enjoy the interests as a priest by buying this Docho official certificate (baicho [sale of official certificate]).
  212. Thus, even though Naiyakushi was an independent government official, it functioned almost like a department of Tenyakuryo and it was merged with Tenyakuryo in 896.
  213. Thus, exports to Japan which begun in 2005 have come to a virtual standstill today.
  214. Thus, families could have a difference in promotion.
  215. Thus, fiefs in the northern periphery of Settsu as well as Takatsuki and its surrounding areas went to Tomoteru and Ukon TAKAYAMA.
  216. Thus, financial stability was achieved, and then Matsukata had the Bank of Japan issue convertible paper money on May 9, 1885, which replaced the government-issued paper money and the paper money issued by the national bank starting in the following year.
  217. Thus, former Saigu married only emperors and other members of the Imperial Family after Taige until the end of the Nara period.
  218. Thus, from around the mid-Edo period, kumiawasedate came to be used when kensui has a history.
  219. Thus, gold, silver and copper coins were allowed to freely circulate within a country.
  220. Thus, groups which do not hold 'Soshiki Kessei Kyoka Negai' and do not have any chief kyoshi is not officially considered as a religious group of Nichiren Shoshu Sect.
  221. Thus, having inherited his fathers territory and been appointed as Umanosuke and Military Govenor of Awa Province, Yoriuki returned to Awa and spent the next few years managing his territory.
  222. Thus, he (or she) is a god governing the function which judges evil as evil in people's hearts.
  223. Thus, he adopted Sohaku MIKUMO (Hidetaka) of Omi Province.
  224. Thus, he appointed Zoyo who acted as a sendatsu (a guide) and was Chori (chief priest) of Onjo-ji Temple to the new post, Kumano Sanzan Kengyo, and put it above the Kumano betto, the post for the local land ruler.
  225. Thus, he became a shogun at the young age of 6 following the retirement of his father, FUJIWARA no Yoritsune (Yoritsune KUJO).
  226. Thus, he called for the equal consolidation of Korea and Japan which would take a form of federation.
  227. Thus, he came out on top of all the professional go players in Japan both in name and reality.
  228. Thus, he had an aspect of being considerate to his vassals, but it seems he was not suitable as a military commander in the Sengoku period.
  229. Thus, he is considered to be a pioneer in the promotion of corporate social responsibility.
  230. Thus, he is said to have been thoughtful of people who were not participants in a battle as he attacked a castle.
  231. Thus, he is said to have joined most of the large-scale battles in Shingen's later years and acquired military fame.
  232. Thus, he passionately continued his critical enlightenment activities, starting with translations of foreign literature ("Sokkyo Shijin" (Improvising Poet) and "Faust" are well-known).
  233. Thus, he seemed to gain prestige from the upper class people, but Gombei YAMAMOTO hated him.
  234. Thus, he was thought of as a viciously ambitious person of status and honor and there were many people who didn't like him in both the Northern and the Southern Court.
  235. Thus, he wrote a Japanese history book from the perspective of the history of civilization, employing a point of view different from that of the Kokoku shikan (View of History of the Imperial Nation), and this book went through various editions.
  236. Thus, his farewell poetry was 'If someone ask you where Sokan is, please tell him or her Sokan is in the other world for "yo" ("yo" meaning "business" is used as a pun here).'
  237. Thus, horiwari bodo (a trench path to the tomb) leading up to the pit was built in the middle of the sloping road.
  238. Thus, hoto are stylistically different from tahoto.
  239. Thus, if a local tradition ceased, ancient deities of the local shrines often became unknown.
  240. Thus, if all the three cards of "いに" (ini), "いまは" (imawa) and "いまこ" (imako) are on your territory or the opponent's territory, then all the cards can be taken with the letter "い" (i).
  241. Thus, if shoshinboku is a needle leaf tree, then yokeiboku is a broad-leaf tree and if shoshinboku is a broad-leaf tree, yokeiboku is a needle leaf tree.
  242. Thus, in 1879 the Ryukyu Kingdom was forcibly demolished and the Okinawa Prefecture was created instead, SHO Tai was forced to abdicate and vacate the royal residence of Shuri-jo Castle, whereby the Ryukyu Kingdom disappeared.
  243. Thus, in Shinto, which dates back to ancient times, worship of sorei by descendants related by blood has existed from the start, although the concept of 'eirei' did not exist.
  244. Thus, in his lifetime Motonari rose to become a great daimyo who ruled over the eight provinces in the Chugoku region.
  245. Thus, in order to defend his position after overthrowing the Shogunate, he had to clear Sabaku-ha in the domain away.
  246. Thus, in order to distinguish him from Takakage ASAKURA (the tenth head of the family), he may be described using one of his representative names 'Toshikage ASAKURA.'
  247. Thus, in order to judge shomusata appropriately, Kamakura bakufu had established a very detailed system for settling lawsuits.
  248. Thus, in reaction, the Empress Teimei kept the traditional and outdated Imperial Court system within her own Omiya Gosho (the Omiya Imperial Palace).
  249. Thus, in regard to the concept of 54 chapters, there are two ways of counting.
  250. Thus, in the 18th century, Western trading houses were established in Guangzhou for the purpose of Cantonese trade.
  251. Thus, in the Muromachi period, the Shugo grew into the status of Shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lord as provincial constable), and a ruling system called Shugo-ryogoku system (the system that a Shugo dominates a manor) was instituted.
  252. Thus, in the domains in which the system had been converted into the kuramaichigyo, the samurai who had status which would have been enforced in the conventional system were honorably granted the designation of kyujin or a social status of Kakaku (family status) of kyujin.
  253. Thus, in the early 1290s, the following suppression procedure was established.
  254. Thus, in the following year, 'Hakai' appeared in the tenth volume of the "Teihon Toson bunko".
  255. Thus, in the main part, the detailed descriptions are given for each state regarding Ise Province.
  256. Thus, in the same two-persons theory, the interpretations of the difference of the two names differ among them.
  257. Thus, in the sixteenth century the Muromachi bakufu, Shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lord as provincial constable), and daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) during the Sengoku Period tried to officially announce a ban on the Erizeni to achieve smoother money circulation.
  258. Thus, in the tenth month of the 26th year of Kaigen era (738), Hironari and other survivors of envoys took sea route to Bokkai from Dengzhou on the Shandong peninsula.
  259. Thus, inetrnal conflict occurred in the Hatakeyama family.
  260. Thus, inflamed with anger by Takamori SAIGO's resignation due to the Meiji roku-nen no Seihen (the coup of 1873), Shimada actively engaged in the affairs of state afterwards.
  261. Thus, instead of having all kokushi shitokan (four officials of the provincial governor) collect tax via the gunji class from each citizen unit registered in a family registry, kokuga collected tax from zuryo, the head of the provincial governors, who grasped people of the rich and powerful class and collected tax from them.
  262. Thus, it cannot be said that Basho simply changed his Haigo from Tosei to Basho.
  263. Thus, it certainly is the Shojo no goin (the Rightly Established Cause).
  264. Thus, it could be interpreted to mean that Japan would be ruined after a monkey or dog had been called a hero.
  265. Thus, it could be said that Teruhiro OUCHI was sacrificed by Sorin OTOMO.
  266. Thus, it has been considered that ancient Japanese syllabary had 87 sounds (or 88), not 50.
  267. Thus, it has been pointed out through the ages that the object of Amida Buddha is the salvation of ordinary people and that the teaching of the salvation of the wicked did not originate with Shinran.
  268. Thus, it has now become easy for us to obtain fundoshi loincloth.
  269. Thus, it held 2,520 thousand yen of deposit and 2,780 thousand yen of loan in 1896 which was the same level of Sumitomo Bank with 2,480 thousand yen of deposit and 3,110 thousand yen of loan, and these two banks occupied the top positions in Osaka-based banks.
  270. Thus, it is a bit difficult to reproduce the taste of the shops in the household.
  271. Thus, it is a god deifying the vitality of all things symbolized by reed buds.
  272. Thus, it is also considered as a process of the funeral rather than 'a type of funeral.'
  273. Thus, it is also possible to infer that Tsunetane CHIBA was affiliated with MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo in an attempt to maintain his territory.
  274. Thus, it is also referred to as Sai-no-kami (god of keeping out evil spirits).
  275. Thus, it is also referred to as Uga-benzaiten.
  276. Thus, it is assumed that Kyokuchu Hatto was created by SHIMOZAWA based on the above Prohibition, and by mixing "Gunchu Hatto" which had been separately set forth.
  277. Thus, it is believed that Mt. Miwa is kannabi (divine mountain), a mountain which holds a god.
  278. Thus, it is conjectured that the late Paleolithic people did not directly become the Jomon people.
  279. Thus, it is considered that Shingen made his battle flag by making reference to the Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan battle flags of Akiie KITABATAKE.
  280. Thus, it is considered that Yamato sovereignty was playing the major role in Sueki production.
  281. Thus, it is difficult to find examples of legal practices used in ancient Japanese society under ritsuryo law,.
  282. Thus, it is explained that it is not going to far to say that Shikaku is no different to Hongaku and, depending on the manifestation of Shikaku may meld into Hongaku.
  283. Thus, it is largely up to the intention of the buyer.)
  284. Thus, it is meaningless to think of this.
  285. Thus, it is not directly related with Higashimaya-dono of Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA or the Emperor Higashiyama (the one hundred thirteenth Emperor) and so on.
  286. Thus, it is recommended that umeboshi are smashed and mixed with boiled rice.
  287. Thus, it is the existence that cannot be seen when a conscious effort is made to see it.
  288. Thus, it is understood that pufferfish cuisine took root steadily.
  289. Thus, it is very possible that vessel types determined their locations.
  290. Thus, it made an offer to inherit the name 'Shijuku Ritsumeikan,' embodying the spirit of being a liberal and academic school environment separated from political power, which Kinmochi SAIONJI left with the establishment of Kyoto Imperial University, and Saionji kindly agreed.
  291. Thus, it was also a mound to wish for a 'good catch and memorial service' with whales, which are the temporary form of 'Ebisu,' worshipped as the god of fishery, or as 'prayers for marine safety,' worshipping whales as Watatsumi (tutelary of the sea).
  292. Thus, it was called Ue no yama (mountain of hunger).'
  293. Thus, it was considered the preceding genealogies of the Chiba clan edited in earlier days had consisted of errors; when "CHIBA Taikeizu" (the Complete CHIBA clan genealogy) was compiled in Edo period, Tsunetane and Tokitane were described as brothers and the sons of Naritane.
  294. Thus, it was decided that each shall accept their role.
  295. Thus, it was disbanded as a private organization.
  296. Thus, it was impossible to estimate financial affairs of domains by omote-daka, and uchi-daka was the important factor.
  297. Thus, it was mandatory for every Japanese adult man had to wear "fundoshi loincloth" as a rite of passage.
  298. Thus, it was said that his name (Iesachi) was believed to bring bad luck because it also had hen.
  299. Thus, it's a shrine with a long history, prestige, and independence, but since it has been within the sphere of influence of the Matsuo-taisha Shrine from long ago it has been considered one of the 'Matsuo nana sha.'
  300. Thus, its history is long and distinguished.
  301. Thus, its ranking structure is the same for subjects, and are composed of three types - ikai (court rank), kuni (or kunto) (order of merit), and honi (history of Japan).
  302. Thus, laws which should be enforced in Southern Sakhalin were specified by the imperial edicts, and for such laws the edicts also established some exceptions having regional or tribal characteristics.
  303. Thus, manufacturers often have difficulty with disposal of soy-sauce fat as it doesn't have much utility value.
  304. Thus, many bushidan (samurai group) were organized in the Heian period as self-defense groups for farmers and shipping agents.
  305. Thus, many disputes occurred in various parts of Japan.
  306. Thus, many researchers think that it was unlikely that peasants first did violence to the police on the fourth demonstration which developed into an incident.
  307. Thus, many scholars of letters in the Sengoku period such as Kenji YOSHIMOTO and Makoto TATEHANA have commented that 'Motonari's letters are long and repetitive.'
  308. Thus, mikoshi has become popular in the areas centering on Nara Prefecture and Kyoto Prefecture.
  309. Thus, military aristocrats from Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) or Kanmu-Heishi (Taira clan) were often assigned as Mutsu no kami successively and they often doubled as Mutsu no kami and Chinju-fu shogun.
  310. Thus, more discussion is necessary on this point.
  311. Thus, most of his films have been given the chance to be re-screened or broadcasted, and we are able to acknowledge their high quality in general.
  312. Thus, myoden is deeply involved with the origin of surnames.
  313. Thus, neither gyo nor shu is added depending on the rank.
  314. Thus, nenbutsu-ko today functions as a village meeting of the aged, so it serves not only a religious role but also as an occasion for the entertainment of the aged.
  315. Thus, noh actors are actually recognized as professionals with the membership to the Nohgaku Performers' Association.
  316. Thus, nori came to be rooted in Japanese food culture and nori with the specific names, such as 'ama nori (sweet nori)' or 'murasaki nori (purple nori),' appeared in "Utsuho-monogatari (Utsuho Story)" which was written in or around 987.
  317. Thus, not all successive Saigu carried out Gunko.
  318. Thus, not every active officer was eligible to be a Minister of War even though it was called the active military officer system; it was impossible for candidates who did not meet 'the military consensus.'
  319. Thus, not only the government but also people in Okinawa Prefecture dedicated themselves to the preparation of the Emperor's visit
  320. Thus, okazu was also extremely simple, prepared with vegetables.
  321. Thus, on February 12th, the Daisotoku no Miya (the commander of the temporary army) announced the rejection of the petition.
  322. Thus, on the 29th, he crawled to visit Saiakira's grave.
  323. Thus, one can know the meaning.'
  324. Thus, only the driving wheel of the vehicle was contributed by JR-West to Poppo Land for display in the pavilion.
  325. Thus, opinions are completely divided on whether to view Ju-kyo as a thought or a religion, and this has often been the point of dispute.
  326. Thus, particularly after the death of Ienobu--succeeded as Shogun by Ietsugu TOKUGAWA, who was still a young child at the time--families of high pedigree and shogunal officials in the anti-Akifusa camp steadily increased their resistance to his policies, thereby preventing Akifusa from making any real progress with his political reforms.
  327. Thus, peace between Hongan-ji Temple and Nobunaga collapsed and on May 13, Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple raised an army against the Oda clan again.
  328. Thus, peaceful Edo period commenced.
  329. Thus, political unrest engulfed the country.
  330. Thus, powdered kanten became available.
  331. Thus, ruins, places of scenic beauty, animals, plants, geological features and minerals are included in 'monuments.'
  332. Thus, ryugi cannot be explained without referring to the iemoto system.
  333. Thus, senryu descended into word games and a superficial style belonging only to the Ryufu Society.
  334. Thus, set the dough (yamaimo can be included) apart from cabbages and the egg and mix them just prior to putting the mixture on the iron plate.
  335. Thus, several brilliant young Vietnamese were sent to Japan.
  336. Thus, she became the legal wife of Naoshige NABESHIMA and supported her husband, who was active as the strategist of the Ryuzoji clan behind the scenes.
  337. Thus, she decided on military advancement to the south.
  338. Thus, she took an oath to save people suffering from female disorders.
  339. Thus, she worked hard to restore the authority of the Imperial Palace, and was often called 'Mother of the country' as she was supportive to Emperor Kokaku, who established the ideological base for the reverence of the Emperor and the Meiji Restoration.
  340. Thus, shimonsen was changed to the original bronze coin, however, the price of copper rose due to a lack of production, so shisenmon coin was made with less copper.
  341. Thus, shoen as a governing domain was established, where a shokan (an officer governing shoen dispatched by the senior aristocracy and main temples and shrines) was delegated authority for local administration and tax collection for the nation.
  342. Thus, some historians and scholars searched for support in fact, that the actual origin of the Emperor Keitai accession, may have been the powerful local clans such as, the Okinaga clan, and this theory was supported through historical study.
  343. Thus, some people doubt that he was not the child of Ujichika.
  344. Thus, some religious schools that inherit this teaching and propagate their schools by putting up the exclusive or self-righteous dogmas make ideological threats, which are perceived as a problem.
  345. Thus, sometimes chicken rice is misunderstood to be stir-fried rice flavored with ketchup, regardless of whether it contains chicken or not.
  346. Thus, sticking around even justice too much deprives one of the right mind and brings evil caused by obsession.
  347. Thus, successive Kanze Dayu (a chief of Kanzeza) completed the prototype of contemporary Noh while linking themselves to the power of the times.
  348. Thus, such a more generally accepted view is also narrated in the text.
  349. Thus, supporters of the home team (Kyoto Sanga F.C.) behind the goal posts uses the seats on the south (right) side stand (the side of the electrical scoreboard).
  350. Thus, taking advantage of the monopolization of the shugo-shiki as well as the drastically expanded authority, the shugo in the Muromachi period strengthened the comprehensive (unified) control over the resident landholders (called "kokujin" [local lord]), lands, people (including peasants) and so on.
  351. Thus, tarako is a popular foodstuff widely used in Japanese cooking.
  352. Thus, tatos donated their land to the powerful nobles or powerful temples in the central government in order to be exempt from charges and to keep the power of their land.
  353. Thus, teaching by hijiri who didn't belong to temples and shrines were widespread.
  354. Thus, the 'expeditionary force to the east' had nearly completed the encircling net around Edo-jo Castle; the negotiation meetings were conducted within this tense situation.
  355. Thus, the Ashikaga clan in Kanto were totally erased from the political scene by the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  356. Thus, the Baekje revival movement ended up in disappointing failure.
  357. Thus, the Choshu clan conquered the Hamada-jo Castle and Iwami Ginzan Silver Mine, which were shogunal lands until the Meiji period.
  358. Thus, the Edo period is historically defined as the early-modern times, which is no longer the medieval but not yet the modern times.
  359. Thus, the Emperor Yuryaku recognized the little girl (Princess Kasuga no Oiratsume) as an Imperial princess, and the mother was elevated to his princess (consort).
  360. Thus, the Hojo clan achieved the largest territory of 2.4 million koku (667,200 cubic meters) including Sagami, Izu, Musashi, Shimousa, Kazusa, Kozuke Provinces and parts of Hitachi, Shimotsuke and Suruga Provinces.
  361. Thus, the Jingi belief started to arm with reasoning to confront Buddhism, which spread to the public who demanded magical belief.
  362. Thus, the Kamakura (Minamoto) side was triumphant in battle.
  363. Thus, the Keihanshin Local Line converted 100% of their cars to air-conditioning both in name and reality.
  364. Thus, the Keihanshin Local Line was gradually restored and short distance operation during the rush hour between Suita and Kanzaki as well as between Sumiyoshi and Takatori resumed.
  365. Thus, the Kira clan ended up losing its territory in Totomi.
  366. Thus, the Mariya clan shared the fate of the main family of Chonan.
  367. Thus, the Meiji government, which basically tried to nationalize Shintoism as part of religious policy, tried to govern each Buddhist school individually due to tight control and political regulation.
  368. Thus, the Minamoto clan needed a bold trick to win the battle, such as "the unconventional strategy of Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa," which was described in the previous section.
  369. Thus, the Miyoshi Sanninshu and Hisahide MATSUNAGA ceased their fights and get together against Nobunaga.
  370. Thus, the Naito clan which had been existed since the Muromachi period died out.
  371. Thus, the ODA-TOKUGAWA forces succeeded in saving Nagashino-jo Castle, which was their primary goal.
  372. Thus, the October Incident in which OKAWA participated, plotted by the military officers of Imperial Japanese Army, was also called 'Kinki Revolution Coup.'
  373. Thus, the Odawara-Hojo clan as a Sengoku daimyo came to the end.
  374. Thus, the Okura school was supported by disciples in the east and west.
  375. Thus, the Orientalist, Shizuka SHIRAKAWA, believed shamanism, which had spread in Asia before Christ was the parent organization of Ju.
  376. Thus, the Shakai minshuto was outlawed two days after its launch.
  377. Thus, the Soniryo was not so strictly enforced as generally assumed.
  378. Thus, the Taira clan left Kyoto City to follow Emperor Antoku and the Three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family in August of 1183.
  379. Thus, the Tosa-Kira clan, as a branch family of the Chosokabe clan, survived for only two generations, and then fell.
  380. Thus, the Western European Hoken society based on serfdom and Feudalism matured (but the situation was quite different from village to village and most villages had a large number of free peasants as well as serfs).
  381. Thus, the Yamana clan was defeated in one day of battle.
  382. Thus, the Yamazaki family successfully survived to be kinsei daimyo (early modern daimyo who lived under the Tokugawa regime in the Edo period).
  383. Thus, the above classifications give rise to 4 types of combinations as follows.
  384. Thus, the actual value of the copper coin became higher than the official value and it had a major impact on the economy.
  385. Thus, the administration of the Domain fell to the control of a chief retainer Tomofusa ONO who was experienced and good at finance.
  386. Thus, the area on the north side of the canal was used for the venue for The National Exhibition and regained prosperity.
  387. Thus, the authority of kokushi, which had been maintained since the enforcement of the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code), disappeared both in name and reality in the Muromachi period.
  388. Thus, the battle between the Minamoto clan and the Taira clan was destined to continue along with the battles of Yashima and Dan no ura.
  389. Thus, the bronze ware of Japan would not be implemented widely; Japanese people abruptly replaced bronze with superior efficient iron ware.
  390. Thus, the ceremony to consecrate the Great Buddha was finished, but this was not the end of the reconstruction plan.
  391. Thus, the common law which became the basis of medieval samurai law was not a genuine inherent law, but an inherent law which developed from ritsuryo law.
  392. Thus, the concept of rewards became extremely diverse.
  393. Thus, the crisis right after Meiji Restoration was over, but each school became increasingly exclusive and the exchanges between schools or joint performances vanished.
  394. Thus, the current route was completed.
  395. Thus, the custom of gekitai (that the sixth rank kurodo declines the peerage and gets demoted to Shinkurodo in order to remain as Tenjobito) sprang up.
  396. Thus, the daimyo that went to war from Japan withdrew and returned to Japan and the expedition to Ming and the conquest of Korea intended by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI was not achieved and was ended by Hideyoshi's death.
  397. Thus, the day of Toji in a traditional sense in the southern hemisphere is actually Geshi (the summer solstice) in the original, astronomical sense.
  398. Thus, the details are still unspecified.
  399. Thus, the dignity of the Kyushu dynasty in Japan was lost, and fell into decline.
  400. Thus, the diplomats of Western countries were scoffing at the balls that were being held night after night describing them as 'ludicrous' and so on in their letters, diaries, and so forth, while they outwardly enjoyed the events.
  401. Thus, the discussion was led to a most unlikely conclusion that Tomoteru TAKAYAMA invited Vilela to the Sawa-jo Castle and the whole family including him was baptized there.
  402. Thus, the dishes served in a full course French meal are not called 'sakana' even if one drinks wine.
  403. Thus, the eastern regions came to be called Azuma.
  404. Thus, the end was put on the Soga regime.
  405. Thus, the enthronement of Emperor Kanmu was accomplished.
  406. Thus, the exchange business that changed money for a 1 or 2 percentage commission came into existence.
  407. Thus, the execution of one's duties is urged indirectly by a psychological coercion on the obligated party.
  408. Thus, the expedition of KI no Kosami is now understood to have resulted in failure.
  409. Thus, the extent of the bakufu's control was limited mainly to the samurai under Yoritomo and, in principle, at least until Jokyu War, it did not infringe on the control of Imperial Court forces (the great and powerful).
  410. Thus, the fact that cherry trees which Muneto and young people planted took root became a trigger for creation of the present sakura-namiki.
  411. Thus, the family reigned not only as historians, but also as a family of Sumai no Tsukasa since the Kamakura period.
  412. Thus, the father, Emperor Keiko, grieved over it and made an imperial visit to the eastern regions to see what his son had achieved.
  413. Thus, the genealogy describes about his official rank, Saemon no Jo (Lieutenant of Outer Palace Guards, Left Division) and how he died in the Battle of Mount Tsuhokami.
  414. Thus, the gunnery was introduced to the domain before the Meiji Restoration.
  415. Thus, the head office of the Zen nihon senchado renmei (National Japanese Sencha Association) is placed in Obakuzan Manpuku-ji Temple in Kyoto, and it became a custom for the chairman of the association to double as the chief abbot of the Manpuku-ji Temple.
  416. Thus, the illumination came from sunlight and reflection light from Shirasu (gravel separating a Noh stage from the audience).
  417. Thus, the kokuga forces system, military system organized by kokuga, was established.
  418. Thus, the koto pick of the Ikuta School and Yamada School adapted a shape with which this technique could be applied.
  419. Thus, the law Kushiki-ryo was made up of the above mentioned Articles, which covered not only rules and regulations on official documents and laws and ordinances that underpinned the management of then government, but also service regulations for government officials in charge of the said rules and regulations, as well as judicial procedures.
  420. Thus, the legend saying that they are respectively related to the succeeding Hosyo-za, Kongo-za, Kanze-za, and Komparu-za, is in fact rational and persuasive.
  421. Thus, the mausoleum was called the mausoleum of the white bird.
  422. Thus, the meaning of the term "hyakusho" changed into "all common people."
  423. Thus, the members of the previous Cabinet were stayed on for a while.
  424. Thus, the modern old calendar may cause some dates earlier or later by a day than, or fall in different months from those in the Tenpo calendar during the Edo period.
  425. Thus, the movement had spread to the whole country.
  426. Thus, the multilayered land ownership relationships as seen in the traditional shoens were all dissolved and the shoen, which had began during the Nara period, finally ended.
  427. Thus, the myoshu class defies simple characterization and is interpreted broadly as a class of farmers who managed the cultivation of myoden land.
  428. Thus, the name represents a god who combines a lot of people's discretion.
  429. Thus, the name schools were born.
  430. Thus, the new Ko Roppa was formed by six parties consisting of the Rikken Kaishinto, the Kokumin Kyokai, the Rikken Kakushinto (Constitutional Reform Party), the Chugoku Shinpoto (Western Region of Japan Progressive Party), the Conference of Reform of Imperial Financial Affairs, and the Ote Club.
  431. Thus, the new Miyake was established, and it was the first time since Arisugawa no Miya (Takamatsu no Miya) was established in 1625.
  432. Thus, the new government created scapegoats in order to strengthen its position for unification of the domains.
  433. Thus, the new government seemed to enjoy great merit from seizing Edo because the new government was striving to establish the new country.
  434. Thus, the new system had been established only after considerable difficulty, but it was not long before Kido and Itagaki clashed over the issue of the power of the Assembly of Prefectural Governors.
  435. Thus, the old type cars have all retired from operation, including those once planned as a series 105 that later became dead..
  436. Thus, the operation of type 103 cars started at Akashi on August 8, 1969.
  437. Thus, the original Kameno-o has gradually given way to its descendant varieties
  438. Thus, the paragraph found in the 6-volume Nirvana Sutra places emphasis on the value of the Nirvana Sutra itself and mentions the success of the Lotus Sutra among Buddha's disciples only to explain why the Nirvana Sutra is so important.
  439. Thus, the people living in a mountain village processed the trees of their Satoyama to firewood and sold it as an article of commerce in exchange for silver.
  440. Thus, the pillars are essential stage components and cannot be omitted.
  441. Thus, the present circumstances are such that new devotees with peculiar tastes are arising.
  442. Thus, the public infrastructure was supported financially by chonin (similar to present day rich local legislators) as well as odana (rich merchants), and was constructed by carpenters, scaffolding men, and timber merchants.
  443. Thus, the purity or impurity of the land is dictated by the spirit of the residents who live there.
  444. Thus, the purpose was to recover imperial demesne and regenerate national financing by regulating the establishment of new manors and suspending illegal ones.
  445. Thus, the real power of bakufu came to be held by Shikken Hojo clan.
  446. Thus, the regional rule by the rich stratum gradually extended in around the mid Heian period, which led to their prosperity in medieval Japan.
  447. Thus, the roof must be made steeper to prevent rain from seeping in.
  448. Thus, the second level of square stones is visually distinguished from the third level of round stones.
  449. Thus, the sharp rise in rice prices was caused by decreased amount of imported rice due to the influence of the War in addition to the loss of personnel from the farming industry and the increase in consumption of rice.
  450. Thus, the shoen manors exempted from the miscellaneous labor tax were imperfect as the shoen and had a transitional character before the territorial shoen manor of the twelfth century which got the complete right of tax exemption.
  451. Thus, the side led by the Northern Court and the bakufu was left without a Chiten no kimi or Emperor to take the lead in government activities, resulting in the suspension of all government activities, staffing matters, ceremonies, and shrine rituals.
  452. Thus, the situation was finally ruined.
  453. Thus, the sixth son of Emperor Gomizunoo, Hidenomiya received the Imperial order for being an Imperial Prince and he became Imperial Prince Nagahito (Emperor Gosai), then took over the Takamatsunomiya family.
  454. Thus, the soson acquired various rights through negotiation with their rulers.
  455. Thus, the southern part of the Tohoku region was gradually incorporated into the ritsuryo system.
  456. Thus, the state strengthened the regulation by compiling a registry of officially recognized priests and the same time issued Docho official certificates as certificates of priesthood with official government permission.
  457. Thus, the storytellers are categorized into the ranks of A, B, and C, starting from the shinuchi equivalent.
  458. Thus, the term "sakuji" refers to construction.
  459. Thus, the term can be put otherwise in any way and there is certainly no intention to diminish peasants, and the term is less heard due to self-restraints as described above.
  460. Thus, the time-line for the establishment of the National Diet became clear.
  461. Thus, the two got married.
  462. Thus, the two imperial princes became the talk of town, calling Imperial Prince Kiyohito, the 'Oyabara no Miko' (Imperial Prince born from the grandmother) and Imperial Prince Akinari, the 'Musume bara no Miko' (Imperial Prince born from the daughter).
  463. Thus, the uchine developed into a weapon with a wide range of usage according to circumstances.
  464. Thus, the use of yoshiki is recommended for the disabled or elderly people.
  465. Thus, the visitor may take action to depart.
  466. Thus, their destiny led them to become either members of the Imperial forces or the Shogunate forces, and to die for the samurai code.
  467. Thus, there are a total of 13 images depicted in the mural.
  468. Thus, there are areas which can hardly be called to be in possession of danjiri, but places such as (north) Nagara and Minami Nagara in these areas view danjiri bayashi as an independent music.
  469. Thus, there are two towns prefixed by 'Kamo.'
  470. Thus, there emerged the sonryo-ya (a lender, equivalent to today's renting business), who lent various things necessary for living to people living in nagaya.
  471. Thus, there exist teuchi for the general public and teuchi specifically for danjiri.
  472. Thus, there exist two contradicting accounts of relationship between hashira-jochu and today's alcohol addition.
  473. Thus, there had been a preexisting feeling that the Taira clan (who were considered to be on the same side as the kokuga) antagonized the local people.
  474. Thus, there is a custom that they attach the mask of Okame to gohei (wooden wands, decorated with two Shide or zigzag paper streamers) when the Muneageshiki (the roof-laying ceremony) takes place in Kyoto.
  475. Thus, there is a theory that Basho MATSUO was actually a ninja or a spy and it is used as a subject of novels and so on.
  476. Thus, there is an opinion that Dokyo should not be criticized without careful consideration based on only very limited extant historical sources, the neutrality of which is left open to question.
  477. Thus, there is less recognition that the term "hyakusho" is a discriminatory term.
  478. Thus, there is many thoughts of 'Nyonin Jobutsu' (attainment of Buddhahood by women) in Nichiren's thought, the founder of the Sect, this criticism is in fact not true.
  479. Thus, there is no specific shape, color or material for Inoko mochi.
  480. Thus, there rose two Imperial Courts at that time.
  481. Thus, there were always vagabonds and deaths from starvation in the Heijo-kyo, and Soyocho (a tax system, corvee: in Feudal Law, an obligation to perform certain services, the repair of roads, for the lord or sovereign) led to the near collapse of some regions.
  482. Thus, there were cases of local residents resisting the return of businesses to their prior location, after vendors left temporally due to construction or a special event.
  483. Thus, there were many people that had settled and lived in this area since long ago.
  484. Thus, there were more different points than common points when comparing each of the land-use plans of the Kokuga.
  485. Thus, they added the words ''Meiji Tsuho'' and the official seal of ''Okurakyo (Minister of the Treaty) '' before printing.
  486. Thus, they are not necessarily essential for enthronement.
  487. Thus, they changed their family name to Maita.
  488. Thus, they could make a form of government, but the financial situtation deteriorated, and the war funds they had raised were running short.
  489. Thus, they formed complicated networks through marriage and if the measures and policies by kokushi were inappropriate for their interests, they often resisted kokushi.
  490. Thus, they have a strong sense of 'politeness' towards former teachers, and some say that the Ju-kyo culture of respecting teachers, etc. is deeply rooted in good sense.
  491. Thus, they tended to be disliked in the commodity economy.
  492. Thus, they were able to avoid military clashes between the Japanese and Qing troops facing each other on the Korean Peninsula.
  493. Thus, they were acknowledged as local samurai by kokuga and thereby obtained their status as a samurai.
  494. Thus, they were considered to be "special," but having no influence even though they exit.
  495. Thus, this cabinet was also called "Showai Cabinet" from the names of MATSUKATA and OKUMA [The Chinese characters for "Matsu" and "Kuma" can also read "Sho" and "Wai", respectively].
  496. Thus, this divine mirror was called 'Naishidokoro.'
  497. Thus, this idealization of scenery, the basis of landscape gardening in Japan, gave birth to sharp expressions of 'dry landscape.'
  498. Thus, this statue has many peculiarities in terms of diagram and image.
  499. Thus, those dormitories were commonly referred to as the "Hyakken Nagaya" (literally, a joint house structure with one hundred rows of houses).
  500. Thus, through early-modern times it resulted in a negative influence upon the Shoya and Nanushi and destabilized the intent of their actions.
  501. Thus, to Saigo, Katsu was also his benefactor through the instruction of Saigo on the planning and establishment of a new government, this done without considering the premise for the continued existence of the bakufu.
  502. Thus, to ensure the shooting, they shot by setting it up on the ground like a grenade launcher or used it by mounting it on a firing platform.
  503. Thus, to keep up with the pace of Tosotsuten as much as possible, they came up with the practice with running.
  504. Thus, to pursue the initiative for the Ouchi family, the military exploit group including Takafusa SUE and Okimori NAITO became hostile to the civilian government group led by Taketo SAGARA.
  505. Thus, too many mokoku were made and hojo was overproduced by carrying out mokoku based on a rubbing made by mokoku, on the output of which mokoku is done again, through different periods of history.
  506. Thus, train series 103 closed their long history on the Keihanshin Local Line that had lasted for twenty-five years since 1969, including the period of subordinate roles they played after introducing train series 201 in 1983.
  507. Thus, trains of Keihanshin Local Line became virtually fully air-conditioned.
  508. Thus, two flows of thoughts, the direction of trying to find universality in history and the direction of emphasizing uniqueness of Japanese history, can be found in the recognition of history and descriptions of history during the Meiji period and later.
  509. Thus, two gables are positioned side by side.
  510. Thus, unlike before the establishment of the Imperial House Law, the ceremony of investiture of the Crown Prince is not a requirement of the position of the crown prince.
  511. Thus, until new-model guns were imported for actual fighting during the end of the Edo period, most of guns were matchlocks.
  512. Thus, various ideas have been devised to make the apron of sagari loincloth hang down beautifully when a player or actor spreads his legs to squat.
  513. Thus, various studies on the reuse of okara are conducted.
  514. Thus, when a film was shot from an unstable position such as from high above, iron plates as heavy as his weight were placed next to the camera during a take and he was asked to move to another location.
  515. Thus, when adding raw materials such as steamed rice and water to moromi, koji needs to be added at the same time.
  516. Thus, when detailed calendar rules do not matter, the former calendar rules are often summarized as the old calendar.
  517. Thus, when he was appointed as Kyoto Shoshidai (local governor of Kyoto) after being Osaka jodai, the Imperial Court centered around Shigetomi OHARA was against Munehide because of his role in conducting the Ansei Purge.
  518. Thus, when investigating the religion after considering the above, Shinnyoen must be further investigated carefully, as to whether it's appropriate to contemptuously call it a new religion.
  519. Thus, while Mt. Yoshida, separated by Shishigatani from other mountains, is included in Higashiyama, mountains of the Hira mountain range system, located to the north of Mt. Hiei, is not.
  520. Thus, while Uzumasa in Kawachi province was initially an important base for the family, around the sixth century, the family probably moved to Uzumasa in Yamashiro Province.
  521. Thus, while the descendants of Naotaka ANDO, a cousin of Naotsugu, served as the chief vassals of the Tanabe-jo Castle, they were often visited by the lords.
  522. Thus, with the change taking place in the high dan-i instructor class, the rising and fading popularity of shooting techniques and shooting forms over time is viewed as one of the characteristics of today's Kyudo.
  523. Thus, without the approval of the Emperor, the sentence would be reduced to banishment.
  524. Thus, women of marriageable age in those regions often blackened their teeth, penciled their eyebrows and dressed in plain clothes as married women so that their blood would not be taken.
  525. Thus, writers and other dramatist valued these historical incidents, choosing this subject material for the production of many creative works going forward from the Meiji period.
  526. Thus, you need to be alert as to whether sushi restaurants abroad are the same as sushi restaurants in Japan.
  527. Thus, your eating pace should not be too different from that of the others.
  528. Thus, zaichokanjin lost their status and raison d'etre and were transferred to a class called "kokujin" (the bushi class originally from the jito class).
  529. Tian-che-gu (18 poems each including 10 lines of seven characters): Starting with 'tian-che-gong-an', poems describing the scenes of the hunting are written.
  530. Tianjian Luli
  531. Tiantan
  532. Tiantan in the Clouds' (1939, owned by the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto)
  533. Tibet
  534. Tibetan Buddhism
  535. Tibetan Mandala - A mandala of Tibetan Buddhism.
  536. Tibetan translation
  537. Tibetan translation is near to a literal translation of Sanskrit, and it is easy to deduce to original words, so that it is considered important to the research of original forms of Buddhist sutra that have been translated into Chinese, particularly when the originals no longer exist.
  538. Ticket books are usable for buses within the Kyoto City area.
  539. Ticket gates and concourses are on sub-level one, and the platforms are on sub-level two.
  540. Ticket gates and platforms are installed on the first underground level.
  541. Ticket gates are also installed on the inbound platform; they connect to the JR station building and a passageway for direct exit.
  542. Ticket gates are found in just one location, but entrances to the station house are place on both the eastern and western sides.
  543. Ticket gates are found in just one location.
  544. Ticket gates are found in only one location.
  545. Ticket gates are found in only one place.
  546. Ticket gates are installed at only one place.
  547. Ticket gates are installed in only one location.
  548. Ticket gates are installed in only one location; an elevator, and ascending/descending escalators are installed between the concourse and platform levels, but there is just one ascending escalator available between the concourse and the ground above.
  549. Ticket gates are installed on both east and west of the station; the west ticket gate is closer to Shijo Station of the Kyoto Municipal Subway.
  550. Ticket gates are located on the north and south sides of the station, but station staff are positioned only at the south ticket gate.
  551. Ticket gates are of the simplified type and cannot process more than one J-Thru Card.
  552. Ticket gates for the inbound and outbound platforms are separated, so it isn't possible to go back and forth between the two once inside the ticket gates.
  553. Ticket gates of both the up train and down train platforms are located at the end of the platform nearer to Yamato-Saidaiji.
  554. Ticket gates were once found in just one location until a separate gate was installed solely for users of a newly installed elevator, which became usable on February 16, 2006.
  555. Tickets
  556. Tickets (Taxi tickets)
  557. Tickets are issued by taxi companies or Musen (radio) groups, business friend customers, or credit-card companies.
  558. Tickets for Saga Torokko Station, Arashiyama Torokko Station and Kameoka Torokko Station may be purchased on the day; these tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis, but may sell out fast during peak seasons such as autumn, when the leaves change color.
  559. Tickets for reserved seats for Park-WINZ are on sale on the first floor of Station Gate.
  560. Tickets gates are installed at only one place.
  561. Tickets gates are located on the first floor, and platforms are on the second.
  562. Tickets go on sale for a limited time.
  563. Tickets holders can re-enter multiple times throughout the day.
  564. Tickets of this type can be used in the section with the uniform fare, during the daytime (when getting off a bus between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.) weekdays.
  565. Tickets of this type can be used not only on City buses but also in those of other bus companies in the city.
  566. Tickets of this type can't be used for buses running on the \100 circular route.
  567. Tickling as traditional performing arts
  568. Tickling could be used as a cure for hiccups.
  569. Tideland fish and shellfish once existed in Kojima Bay, Okayama Prefecture and in other regions of Japan, but now their large-scale habitat exists only in the Sea of Ariake, so they are no longer used in local cuisine.
  570. Tidy dance.
  571. Tie [b] and [c] in a chomusubi and put the ring and hangings under [a].
  572. Tie [b] and [c] in a leaf knot, overlap the remaining strap on [a] and put it behind the strap at the appropriate place.
  573. Tie a thin belt over the hipbones, make a knot on the right side, straighten 'Ohashori,' pull the collar, keep Eri as wide as Bachieri being sure not to open too much, and tie a thin belt, then the undersash.
  574. Tie the collar straps up.
  575. Tie the collar straps, and making the inside of the kappogi outside, hang it on the hanger for kappogi.
  576. Tie the hair into a ponytail, stick a kogai into the roots of the knot, tie the middle of the ponytail with a paper cord and divide it into two, and put them on both ends of kogai, turning the hair bundles inside out.
  577. Tiered structure is recognized but the tiered structure at the front square part disappears at the narrowest part and it doesn't link to the back circular part.
  578. Tiff between Agemaki and Sukeroku
  579. Tiger
  580. Tiger - Kokuzo Bosatsu
  581. Tighter inspection on residual pesticides began.
  582. Tile
  583. Tile art
  584. Tiles from the Heian Imperial Palace (of Ancient Kyoto), a set of 3 pieces
  585. Tiles, which are made of material other than clay and have a Kawara shape, are also named Kawara with the material name added at the head of the names.
  586. Timber
  587. Timbre varies for each pitch.
  588. Time
  589. Time Period
  590. Time and effort is exerted with fertilizing, pruning, wiring and watering.
  591. Time and period of writing
  592. Time as Hosokawa's Retainer
  593. Time between mid March to April (February 1779 under the old lunar calendar), Shigehide SHIMAZU, the lord of Satsuma Domain, built a stone pagoda that still remains today.
  594. Time charge fare
  595. Time for Living of Japanese People
  596. Time has passed, and again there is Basho's early winter shower.
  597. Time has passed, and again there is Giku staying for a while.
  598. Time has passed, and again there is Sogi staying for a while.
  599. Time has passed, and again there is an early winter shower staying for a while.
  600. Time has passed, and again there is more early winter shower staying for a while.
  601. Time in Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area)
  602. Time in Kurume (the Kyushu region)
  603. Time in Ogino Clan
  604. Time in Saga (the Kyushu Region)
  605. Time in Tokyo
  606. Time line
  607. Time needed to produce koji is not shorter than two days, approximately fifty hours and the process is carried out in the following order:
  608. Time of Construction
  609. Time of Construction and Its Purpose
  610. Time of Construction: Early first half of the Kofun period (Tumulus period)
  611. Time of Construction: The early first half of the Kofun period (Tumulus period)
  612. Time of Construction: The latter half of the early Kofun period (the latter half of the fourth century to the beginning of the fifth century)
  613. Time of Worship
  614. Time of construction: The First half of the early Kofun period (Tumulus period).
  615. Time of construction: The early first half of the Kofun period (Tumulus period)
  616. Time of construction: The early first half of the Kofun period (Tumulus period) (possibly in the middle of the third century)
  617. Time of construction: The latter half of the early Kofun period
  618. Time of importation
  619. Time of its Building
  620. Time of marriage is estimated from birth year of Ohime, and said to be around 1178.
  621. Time of race meetings
  622. Time passed and Akugoro was assassinated by Masanori KAKIYA, a grandchild of Masayoshi in 1583.
  623. Time passed and Mine became an exemplar of the factory and her annual income reached more than 100 yen (these workers were called "100 yen female worker"), however she suffered a sudden illness of severe peritonitis.
  624. Time passed to the end of the Edo period.
  625. Time required
  626. Time required and Fares
  627. Time restrictions relating to service
  628. Time ticked away, and it is said that eventually kyuso moved and the two fought; once again, however, kyuso bit the cat to death and ran away.
  629. Time unknown
  630. Time-of-Flight mass spectrometers
  631. Timeline
  632. Timeline of State Shinto
  633. Timeline of the Old Capital Tax Dispute
  634. Timeline summary
  635. Times When Hibutsu are Unveiled
  636. Times for many of the anecdotes were set in the Nara period and it is said that the older ones go back to approximately the days of Emperor Yuryaku.
  637. Timetable at that time (only the starting stations)
  638. Timing critical for mixing
  639. Timing of Decorations
  640. Tin
  641. Tin Toy & Doll Museum
  642. Tin chataku is used for smaller tea bowl, which is used for high-class tea such as Sencha (green tea of middle grade) and Gyokuro (refined green tea).
  643. Tips
  644. Tips for growing ebi-imo
  645. Tiramisu daifuku:
  646. Tired guests were also treated to sweet shinko (dumplings made from powered rice).
  647. Tired of successive Doikki (peasant uprisings) and political confusion, Yoshimasa had come to dream of retiring from the Shogunate and living in seclusion.
  648. Title
  649. Title Doso-shin
  650. Title Jo in Joruri
  651. Title corresponding to each act is shown below.
  652. Title is Ryokan.
  653. Title of 'Queen Dowager'
  654. Title of Hogen (the second highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests) awarded between 1208-1210
  655. Title of Hokkyo awarded in 1203
  656. Title of Nobility: Monarch of Japan
  657. Title of the chapter
  658. Title under the political system based on the ritsuryo codes (the legal codes of the Nara and Heian periods)
  659. Title: Banmotsugonjo no gan and Shoshuenshin no gan
  660. Title: Bensaimujin no gan and Chibenmukyu no gan
  661. Title: Dojoju no gan and Kendojoju no gan
  662. Title: Ebukuzuinen no gan
  663. Title: Fukyoakushu no gan (no return to the three evil worlds)
  664. Title: Futongeshin no gan and Rojinchitsu no gan (漏尽智通の願)
  665. Title: Gensoeko no gan, Hisshifusho no gan and Isshofusho no gan
  666. Title: Gusokushoso no gan
  667. Title: Hisshimetsudo no gan
  668. Title: Jinsokunyo no gan and Jinsokuchitsu no gan
  669. Title: Jojukeraku no gan and Jurakumuzen no gan
  670. Title: Jumyomuryo no gan
  671. Title: Kenshobutsudo no gan
  672. Title: Kenzokuchoju no gan
  673. Title: Kokudoshojo no gan
  674. Title: Komyomuryo no gan
  675. Title: Kuyonyoi no gan
  676. Title: Kuyoshobutsu no gan
  677. Title: Monmyobongyo no gan and Joshubongyo no gan
  678. Title: Monmyofutai no gan and Tokufutaiten no gan
  679. Title: Monmyogukon no gan and Shokongusoku no gan
  680. Title: Monmyogutoku no gan and Gusokutokuhon no gan
  681. Title: Monmyokenbutsu no gan and Jujokenbutsu no gan
  682. Title: Monmyoshoki no gan and Shosonkike no gan
  683. Title: Monmyotokujo no gan and Jujokubutsu no gan
  684. Title: Monmyotokunin no gan
  685. Title: Musanakushu no gan (no three evil worlds hell)
  686. Title: Muukoshu no gan
  687. Title: Myokogojo no gan and Hokogojo no gan
  688. Title: Nenbutsuojo no gan (the vow to pass away peacefully and be reborn in Paradise through invocation of Amitabha), Senchakuhongan, Hongansanshin no gan, Shishinshingyo no gan and Ososhinjin no gan
  689. Title: Nyoninjobutsu no gan, Nyoninojo no gan (Honen's Commentary on Daikyo), Henjonanshi no gan ("Jodo wasan," by Shinran), Tennyojonan no gan and Monmyotennyo no gan ("Nyoninojo kikigaki," by Zonkaku)
  690. Title: Rishofuzen no gan
  691. Title: Ryotokutengen no gan and Tengenchitsu no gan
  692. Title: Saraichikyo no gan and Nintenchikyo no gan
  693. Title: Setsuissaichi no gan
  694. Title: Shikkaikonjiki no gan
  695. Title: Shishineko no gan, Jikishotokuhon no gan, Kenenjosho no gan, Fukasuisha no gan and Yokushokasui no gan
  696. Title: Shishinhogan no gan, Shushokudoku no gan, Rinjugenzen no gan, Genzendosho no gan, Raigoinjo no gan and Shishinhogan no gan
  697. Title: Shobutsushomyo no gan, Shobutsushoyo no gan, Shobutsushosan no gan, Shobutsushisha no gan, Osoeko no gan, Senchakushomyo gan (選択称名願), Ososhogyo (往相正業) (sorted by summarized test)
  698. Title: Shomonmuryo no gan
  699. Title: Shukumyochitsu no gan (the power of knowing the past lifetimes of oneself and others) and Ryoshikishukumyo no gan
  700. Title: Sokkonyunan no gan
  701. Title: Tashinshitsuchi no gan and Tashinchitsu no gan (the vow of super-knowledge that penetrates the minds of others)
  702. Title: Tenniyomon no gan and Tenjichitu no gan (天耳智通の願)
  703. Title: Tokubensaichi no gan
  704. Title: Tokukongoshin no gan and Naraenshin no gan
  705. Title: Tokusanponin no gan
  706. Title: Zuiimonpo no gan
  707. Titles
  708. Titles comprise Hanshi (grand master), Kyoshi or Tatsushi (master) and Renshi (semi-master).
  709. Titles of high priests
  710. Titles of honor are omitted in the name of a law or upon conferring a decoration, for example 'The Act Decreeing the Day of Crown Prince Naruhito's Wedding Ceremony a Holiday.'
  711. Titles of the Ritsuryo Code book
  712. Titles of the leaders of soson were Otona, satanin (an officer collecting that which was rendered, conveying the order of the lord of the manor, etc.), etc.
  713. Titles such as renshi, kyoshi, (jun-hanshi) and hanshi are often given in budo.
  714. Titles that are not linked with any religious doctrines, such as 'gokoden,' 'gokoryo' and 'gokogi' (those three means 'instead of incense sticks') are sometimes used (provided that only those of Buddhist-style are allowed).
  715. Tkamatsunomiya Imperial Prince Nobuhito (Terunomiya Nobuhito : 1905 - 1987)
  716. To
  717. To (a unit of volume in old Japanese system of weight and measures)
  718. To (斗; a unit of volume)
  719. To (謄)' means to deliver a message by post horse.
  720. To 140 type (140, 141, (Futo) 145)
  721. To 160 type (160 and 165)
  722. To 200 type (200-202)=>To 1 type (1-3)
  723. To 300 type (300-301)=>To 1 type (4-5)
  724. To 300 was equipped with a hand brake.
  725. To Azukaridokoro in the manor, an officer dispatched from honjo, an influential local person, Kaihatsu ryoshu (local noble who actually developed the land), or the benefactor of the manor (or his descendent or a related person) were often appointed.
  726. To Chosei-den Hall, whose name means the longevity of His Majesty.
  727. To Domyo Chosho zu (To Domyo hearing the wind at the top of a pine tree) (transferred from Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Art to Yamanashi Prefectural Museum) : important cultural property
  728. To Eat
  729. To Edo
  730. To Fukuchiyama Shiyakusho-mae (Fukuchiyama City Hall)/Fukuchiyama Station (Fukuchiyama Line)
  731. To Fukuyama Station
  732. To Hideyoshi, having Hidekatsu who was from his former lord, the Oda family, as his heir was a pretext, and Hideyoshi, as a member of the Oda family, altered the conflicts with other warlords to his advantage.
  733. To Hiroshige, who had capitulated, he granted only the provinces of Suo and Nagato.
  734. To Imei (Tu Wei-ming)
  735. To Japan
  736. To Jokyo (going to the capital)
  737. To Kanze-dayu (Kanze Master)
  738. To Kenshoin, Hiroi was the reincarnation of Yone.
  739. To Kiku
  740. To Kira, the one who succeeded to the family home of his wife's mother was related to the Oishi family.
  741. To Kumeo IWAKURA, the first son of Yorinobu in the warrior class, Sengoku-cho town, Kanazawa ward.
  742. To Kunki (Tang Junyi)
  743. To Kyoto Station/Toganoo and Keihoku-cho
  744. To Michinaga, Imperial Prince Atsuyasu was no more than an insurance policy who would only succeed to the throne should Shoshi not give birth to an Imperial prince.
  745. To Mr. Kamei, Ryukyu no kami;
  746. To Nagayoshi, Hisahide spoke ill of Fuyuyasu ATAGI (who was Nagayoshi's younger brother) and who rivalled him in struggle for controlling the Miyoshi family.
  747. To Okururikei River Valley, buses go from Nose Electric Railway Nissei-chuo Station or JR Sanin Main Line Sonobe Station.
  748. To Osaki Shosho (manor captain) from Ieyasu on October 15.
  749. To Osaki Shosho (minor captain) from Ieyasu on October 24.'
  750. To Osei
  751. To Proletarian art (Masamu YANASE, Toki OKAMOTO and others)
  752. To Put On Kappogi
  753. To Saemon NAKAJIMA from Masamune on October 6 (Signature).'
  754. To Saicho the Tendai philosophy was "Ikko Daijo", or the idea that everybody is a Bodhisattva and can become a Buddha (achieve enlightenment); in this sense he was in conflict with old Nara Buddhist thought.
  755. To Shin-Tanabe Station.
  756. To Sister of Tsunegoro
  757. To Sogi and Basho, Saigyo represented first and foremost a holistic being as described in the foregoing instead of just a poet, which was only one of the facets that Saigyo had.
  758. To Sokun from Masamune on October 14.'
  759. To Sokun from Masamune on October 19.'
  760. To Surrealism (Harue KOGA, Minoru NAKAHARA, Kigen NAKAGAWA and others)
  761. To Tadateru, he gave a territory equivalent to those of Tokugawa gosanke (three privileged braches of the Tokugawa family) (550,000-koku Takada in Echigo Province) before the Tadateru's family was abolished.
  762. To Take Off Kappogi
  763. To Wear
  764. To Yoken this meant that all his friends had disappeared due to Tsurukawa's having opened his heart only to Kashiwagi.
  765. To Yoritomo, the wife of Yoshiyasu was the only sibling still living and born to the same mother (MINAMOTO no Mareyoshi, Yoritomo's younger brother born to the same mother, died young in a war, and MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune was his younger brother but born to a different mother).
  766. To Yoshimitsu, who was trying to plan how to proceed in forging trade links with mainland Asia, the existence of someone like Yoshihiro, possessing as he did such a strong bond with Korea, must have been quite obtrusive.
  767. To Yoshimura MIURA in particular, his younger brother Taneyoshi said 'If you want to be appointed Inspector General of all Japan, all you must do is join us as our ally,' and hopes were high that Yoshimura would be won over.
  768. To a certain extent katsudon vary from one region to the next.
  769. To abide by the last wishes of Emperor Tenmu, she embarked on the construction of Fujiwara-kyo, which was the first large-scale capital city in Japan, and continued with streamlining Ritsuryo Code as well as the compilation project of a national history, including the establishment of Asuka Kiyomihara Code with reference to Tang.
  770. To accompany the trend, a variety of silk textiles increased like chirimen, rinzu, omeshi, and meisen.
  771. To accomplish this, the Meiji government, which was promoting the message of fukoku kyohei (rich country, strong military), focused on nurturing new industries and stepped up construction of various facilities including the silk mills of Tomioka.
  772. To achieve respectable results, kokushi often made excessive requests to the gunji or rich and powerful persons.
  773. To achieve such a task during the war meant that regular railway service for civilians had to be cut back.
  774. To achieve the purpose, Japan continuously negotiated with other nations for revision of unequal treaty.
  775. To achieve this aim, he had to start with a revival of the precepts that were the basics of education and learning of Buddhism, and the Ritsu sect that focused on a study of the percepts.
  776. To achieve this, Hideyoshi continuously appointed vassal daimyo including Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and hereditary retainers such as Mitsunari ISHIDA and Kiyomasa KATO to government posts, so that he could break into the system of official ranks originally awarded to court nobles (Buke Kanpaku sei).
  777. To achive this, the ministry of Jingi was abolished and it was decided that Shikiburyo (department of rites), which existed during the early Meiji period (1869 to 1885), of the Imperial Household Ministry should conduct religious services.
  778. To acknowledge his achievements, he was enshrined in Yayoi-jinja Shrine (present-day Yayoi memorial hall) in 1885.
  779. To acquire proficiency in waka, he learned the poetic style of Tamesuke REIZEI, and to master Renga, he studied the techniques of Zena.
  780. To act the role the actor is required to have the sensitivity of humor including improvisation with amiability and skillfulness.
  781. To address political instability in local areas, rules of prefectures were issued in 1878, and a prefectural (local) assembly by popular election was established in each prefecture.
  782. To address such situation, the central bank issued convertible currency and subsidiary currency, which were guaranteed to be exchanged with gold bullion in order to support the value of the currency.
  783. To address this move, an alliance was formed among clans in Mutsu, Dewa, and Echigo (in the north-eastern region of Japan), supporting Cloistered Imperial Prince Rinojinomiya Kogen, later Imperial Prince Kitashirakawanomiya Yoshihisa (also known as Tobu Emperor).
  784. To allow free navigation of the Sea of Korea.
  785. To announce to the nation that the real ruler was not a shogun but an emperor, the Kyushu general office director of suppression circulated a document stating "We had so many different Shoguns but the Emperor is still there without his blood line cut".
  786. To answer him, Toyama said "There must remains Saigo's spirit" and they exchanged conversations as follows (cited from "Seinan Kiden").
  787. To apply for the service, you must purchase a corresponding cell phone and sign up for the 'View Card' credit card.
  788. To appreciate this story, you may need to know that the main shrine of Iwashimizu Hachimangu shrine is on top of Mt. Otokoyama and the Setsumatsusha shrine at the bottom of the mountain is also of magnificent time.
  789. To areas other than art, such as theatre, poetry, criticism and literature (Tomoyoshi MURAYAMA, Tai KANBARA, and others)
  790. To ask for a second bowl of cooked rice, while holding chopsticks in your hand.
  791. To assist the young shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA who was the head of the Hitotsubashi Tokugawa family, was assigned as a guardian.
  792. To attack the forces of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, the Taira clan sent a large force led by TAIRA no Koremori and TAIRA no Michinori in April 1183.
  793. To attain nirvana is to achieve eternal bliss.
  794. To attend the groundbreaking ceremony of the Trans-Siberian Railroad for Far Eastern countries, Nicholas and his Russian fleet made a visit to Japan on the way to Vladivostok.
  795. To attend the pray in the shinden (shrine sanctuary) such as kashikodokoro (a palace sanctuary) and Koreiden (a palace enshrines the sprits of ancestor) as the proxy for the Empress when she cannot attend;
  796. To avoid a government financial crisis, the government abandoned the roku-rewarding system, and established the kinroku kosai, a 30-year government bond, with a deferment period of 5 years; the interest rates were 7% for less than 100 yen, and 5% for more than 1000 yen.
  797. To avoid a military conflict, Yoshinobu set out for Osaka-jo Castle with these soldiers.
  798. To avoid confronting the vote of non-confidence, KATSURA resorted to a desperate measure of suspending the Diet for five days.
  799. To avoid confusion
  800. To avoid confusion in this respect, the national treasures under the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties are commonly referred to as 'new national treasures.'
  801. To avoid confusion of pronunciations between 'sakaki' and 'hisakaki,' some call the sakaki 'hon-sakaki' and the hisakaki 'shashaki,' 'shakaki,' 'Shitakusa,' 'bishako,' or 'hotokesan shiba' depending on the region.
  802. To avoid confusion, the national treasures designated under the prior laws were labeled 'old national treasures,' while those specified under the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties were named 'new national treasures.'
  803. To avoid dropping a bow in wartime, the bow and hand were loosely bonded by kusune (pine resin), which is the word originated "tegusune wo hiite matsu" (to wait in a ready state).
  804. To avoid future problems, Masako put Yoriie's children into the priesthood.
  805. To avoid future trouble, it appears that many historical materials were intentionally rewritten and records were destroyed, making it extremely difficult to ascertain the truth.
  806. To avoid having imperial family members involved in political conflict, although they participated in ceremonies, they did not routinely attend the Diet and their appearance in the Diet was extremely rare in the history of the Imperial Diet.
  807. To avoid problems concerned with this situation, fare announcements are made within the subway trains concerned when they depart from this station.
  808. To avoid such a case from occurring, fare-related announcements are made within the train cars when Keihan trains depart from their starting stations and immediately before they arrive at Misasagi Station where they enter the Keishin Line.
  809. To avoid such situation, he dropped out the university, but he kept learning as an auditing student afterward.
  810. To avoid the confusion with the other Emperors, the name 'Kinjo Heika,' other than 'Tenno Heika,' is also used in the official documents of the Imperial Household Agency and so on.
  811. To avoid this, with accounting for the course of the negotiation, OSHIMA emphasized that the blame for the standstill in the negotiation rested with Korea rather than Tsushima Domain.
  812. To award Kanemichi the qualifications as minister to be installed as chancellor, the post of Great Minister of the Center was used for the first time in 72 years.
  813. To basic statue formed in this way, makko-urushi or kokuso-urushi is applied to build up the details of the statue.
  814. To be a brave man with justice, I will not shrink back even if I see a naked sword swung in front of my eyes.
  815. To be an actor from a young age
  816. To be an expert, you need the following three things; passion for what you want to pursue, dexterity and perseverance your practice.
  817. To be born to this world.
  818. To be defined as Myoseki, exactly the same name should be used in perpetuity by successive generations.
  819. To be described below.
  820. To be described in this item.
  821. To be distinguished from the last shogun of the Muromachi bakufu, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA (the same kanji 義昭, pronounced as Yoshiaki, are applied for both Gisho and Yoshiaki), he was also called Gisho DAIKAKUJI.
  822. To be explained in this section.
  823. To be formally entered as a Buddhist monk
  824. To be hired as government official, hakutei received Jonin (investiture) after they went to Kyoto and worked as toneri (a servant) of central government official or received a court rank after they worked as Zaichokanjin (the local officials in Heian period) of kokuga (provincial government office compounds).
  825. To be more authentic, tea is made by boiling water with a chagama (iron tea ceremony pot) placed on a mobile or temporary fire, but it is limited to large-scale Nodate.
  826. To be more exact, Oura Peninsula extends over a part of Maizuru City in Kyoto Prefecture and a part of Takahama-cho in Fukui Prefecture, where the Takahama Nuclear Power Plant operated by the Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. on the side of Fukui Prefecture is located.
  827. To be more exact, this means the sea area off the coast of Fukui, Kyoto and Tottori Prefecture, and the Sea of Japan off the coast of Hyogo Prefecture, and the surrounding seas of Oki Islands in Shimane Prefecture.
  828. To be more precise, it can be said that the risk of price fluctuation of agricultural crops was passed on to farmers from the government.
  829. To be more precise, such countries were forced to accept unequal treaties through gunboat diplomacy (threatening diplomatic negotiation backed with military force such as battleships and cannons).
  830. To be more precise, the second and third stories of the three-storied pagoda had been lost earlier.
  831. To be more specific, 'Kenuki kabuki juhachiban 'Kenuki' is Act 3, 'Narukami' Act 4 and 'Fudo' Act 5.
  832. To be more specific, Kamado (cooking stove) was made in the Tohoku region mainly around 1955-1964; until then, various ingredients had been cooked in the Irori fireplace.
  833. To be more specific, in Japan, whisky producers make a wide variety of malts in one distillery.
  834. To be practiced either for 37 days or 21 days based on "the Hokekyo Sutra" (Lotus Sutra).
  835. To be practiced for seven days based on the "Daihodo-darani-Kyo" (Sutra Dharani).
  836. To be precise, however, it is reasonable to call it the Battle of Ueda because it was an all-out war fought not only around Ueda-jo Castle but also included other mountain castles scattered in Ueda Chiisagata such as Toishi-jo Castle and Maruko-jo Castle.
  837. To be precise, however, this is the end of the Muromachi Period and the beginning of the Azuchi-Momoyama Period.
  838. To be precise, it is a receipt; the government of the army has to pay the money to owners of it eventually.
  839. To be precise, it was referred to as Tonan-in Temple in Todai-ji Temple.
  840. To be precise, the Achime is not a song but refers to rules of etiquette.
  841. To be protected by modern international law, it was necessary to be recognized as a "civilized country."
  842. To be recognized as "civilized country," a country needed to fulfill below listed conditions (Hirose 1978, Kobayashi 2002).
  843. To be served in Fucha-ryori (maigre dish using certain foods), salt should be removed from umeboshi placing it in water for a long time and cooked in syrup and the sweetened umeboshi is deep-fried after battered.
  844. To be specific, he weakened the power of the Kibi government by subjugating the "rebellions" of KIBI no Shimotsumichi no Omisakitsuya (463) and of KIBI no Kamitsumichi no omi Tasa (463).
  845. To be specific, in private sectors advancing overseas was prohibited, and an official sector for the trading route was restricted only to choko (paying tribute to the court).
  846. To be specific, the execution of the Mito roshi by the Hikone roshi took place at Raiko-ji Temple.
  847. To be used all over Japan
  848. To beat membrane etc.
  849. To become Kengyo, one had to be able to perform heikyoku (a traditional musical narration on the Tale of Heike), jiuta sangen (a traditional Japanese song accompanied by a sangen) and sokyoku (music played on the koto - a kind of harp), as well as have skills in composition or acupuncture and massage.
  850. To become a chief priest, one has to be designated as a teacher.)
  851. To become a lawful wife of Sadaijin (Minister of the Left), she left the Imperial family, and gave birth to Tono Chujo (the first secretary's captain) and Aoi no Ue (Lady Aoi).
  852. To become a sovereign nation which is defined by international law, the territories which are under the control of the nation must be confirmed.
  853. To become a tenka-bito, one should:
  854. To begin with the operation, he constructed an Omuro (a big hall) in Oshisakano-mura Village, and leading his warfare experts, he held a feast with the remnants; when the party became in full swing, to the Kumeuta music that Michinoomi started to sing, Michinoomi's soldiers drew a sword and destroyed the remnants completely.
  855. To begin with, Chosokabe troop, covered by fog, made a surprise attack on Takatora TODO troop of 5,000 soldiers and cut off many heads of the Todo Family and others, however, they were blocked by auxiliary forces of the bakufu and destroyed by bakufu's chase when they were retreating.
  856. To begin with, Shiba-gun County of Mutsu Province is said to have been the origin of the family name of the Shiba clan, so the Oshu region was the birthplace for the Shiba clan.
  857. To begin with, Sugiyama himself was not able to give a clear account and, from this point onward, Konoe began to distrust Sugiyama.
  858. To begin with, bus routes 200 to 209 have been provided to replace the Kyoto City trams whose operation was discontinued (some of the routes are partially different from those of the trams).
  859. To begin with, in the East Asian cultural area including Japan the people had no political rights and even only a few rights legally approved were premised on the absolutism of administration and orders of a ruler.
  860. To begin with, the head priest of Ise Shrine was also in charge of rebuilding the shrine, but Tadayuki AISU, the Governor of Iyo Province, who might have been the father of Kage-ryu school founder Hisatada AISU, was the first samurai to serve as bugyo over the Shrine lands during the Bunmei years.
  861. To begin with, the word 'bushi' itself was not commonly used from the Heian period.
  862. To begin with, they gathered in Otaru, traveled to Aomori by steamship, and reached Tokyo by train; after vacancies being filled up, they were organized into the First Army.
  863. To behave clever (a silly story of a man who pretends to be clever)
  864. To bite chopsticks.
  865. To biwa
  866. To break it down, he wrote a letter to ask for provision of good quality saltpeter to the Otomo clan and to prevent the Mori clan from importing it.
  867. To break the above-mentioned deadlock, Toshimichi OKUBO and Tomomi IWAKURA secretly plotted a coup.
  868. To break the deadlock, the armies under the command of Sumimoto HOSOKAWA and Yukinaga MIYOSHI proceeded over Lake Biwa in June in the next year 1509, and on July 14, 1509, from Kozekigoe, the army of three thousand men set up camp on Mt. Nyoigatake.
  869. To break this deadlocked state of affairs, Yorinaga was forced by the Cloistered Emperor Toba to abdicate and afterwards he drew closer to a despairing Emperor Sutoku.
  870. To break this situation, it was necessary to establish a coalition with the northern neighboring Asakura clan.
  871. To break through this stagnant situation, Chogen visited Ise Shrine with his colleagues to transcribe the Great Perfection of Wisdom Sutra for the service, to skim through the sutra aloud and show their dedication.
  872. To briefly indicate a recent event in the family, it's convenient to show a picture of the family.
  873. To bring an end to this situation, Yoshihiro SHIMAZU had his subordinate, Masaie NAGATSUKA, round up the wives and children of the Koga group in the castle and ordered him to threaten the Koga group by saying that they would crucify the wives and children unless they surrendered the castle.
  874. To build a Mahayana ordination hall was to be completely independent of the old Nara Buddhism, so that Enryaku-ji Temple could train its own monks.
  875. To build a wall (called Azekura-zukuri) on top of the daiwa, Hokuso and Nanso have a layer of 20 wooden beams the section of which is triangular ("azeki" in Japanese).
  876. To build shed roof structure using logs or steel pipes.
  877. To build western-style roof structure using logs or steel pipes.
  878. To calm down vassals who were upset, a sworn oath was sent to Ikushima Tarushima-jinja Shrine.
  879. To capture them, a commander of the enemy's troops, INUKAI no Ikimi gave IOI no Kujira two hundreds of selected warriors and ordered him to attack the Fukei's camp.
  880. To carry heavy loads on sleigh.
  881. To carry on a `myoseki` family or business/artistic name, recipients are obliged to assume the entire debts of the Myoseki holder (meaning the individual inherits the money lender relationships from the original Myoseki `name` holder).
  882. To carry out such a transport operation required an elaborate arrangement between the railway companies, railway vehicle scheduling, fare settlement after the transportation and other myriads of related tasks.
  883. To carry out the diversion construction at the public expense and pay the wages without any delay.
  884. To carry out the intention of his deceased father, Kagetsugu went to Kyoto to study and continued to write the book.
  885. To celebrate his 70th birthday, a lavish banquet was given for Tosai at a Japanese-style restaurant known as Fukuya.
  886. To celebrate the 450th anniversary of 'Chiso,' it opened a retail shop 'Soya' on the ground floor of the head office building with a new concept of kimono (Japanese clothing) proposing integration into the living space of modern life and urban scenes.
  887. To change the current state of a designated cultural property, it is necessary to obtain permission from the director-general of the Agency for Cultural Affairs (Article 43).
  888. To change the string to be played, the Kucho player rotates not the bow, but the main body, as the Kokyu player on the mainland do.
  889. To change to a better situation than one expected.
  890. To change yourself for example by becoming 'okame' (plain-looking woman) or 'hyottoko' (clown) by wearing their masks at festivals is a natural human desire, which has something in common with wearing costumes at Halloween.
  891. To check whether Shingen had died or not, Ieyasu set fire in Okabe of Suruga Province, a territory of the Takeda clan, and attacked Nagashino-jo Castle in Mikawa Province.
  892. To cheer Ohime up, Masako held a grand memorial service for Yoshikata.
  893. To classify more specifically, shioyaki is the one in which fish is pickled in salt, after which its surface salt is washed away, then the fish is sprinkled with salt again and broiled, whereas shira-shioyaki is the one in which fish is simply sprinkled with salt before being broiled.
  894. To clean chopsticks in soup or the like.
  895. To clean the Palace, those who wish to offer their voluntary services must form a group, which then applies for a volunteer opportunity to the Agency.
  896. To clear this problem, a new method named 'tomo' was invented.
  897. To clear up the uneasiness, also with the opinion of the empress Komyo, in 741, the Emperor issued the imperial proclamation to establish provincial temples and provincial nunneries in ryosei provinces.
  898. To climb the mountain, the climber have to receive the permission at the shrine office of Sai-jinja Shrine, an auxiliary shrine of Omiwa-jinja Shrine, which is located in the precincts, 250 meters away to the north-northeast from Omiwa-jinja Shrine.
  899. To coincide with the establishment of 'Tsukigase Hoshokai Foundation,' the municipal government of Tsukigase Village itself began to be involved in the protection of the plum groves, which led to the continued plea to the government to designate Tsukigase Bairin as a National Site of Scenic Beauty.
  900. To commemorate his father Yamato Takeru no Mikoto, who died in 113 and flew to heaven as a swan, he ordered every province to present some swans, and when Ashikamino Kamami Wakenomiko, his younger half-brother, stole the swans presented by Koshi Province, he executed him.
  901. To commemorate the fact that the land was the first place where Honen propagated Jodo Sect, Emperor Gokomatsu granted the temple an imperial scroll of 'the first gate of Jodo Shinshu' (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism).
  902. To commemorate this honor, Kiyomizu-dera Temple later received a letter of commendation from the foundation.
  903. To compete with such power, Bakufu directly hired strong local persons in the land of Kanto and Mutsu, as Kyoto Fuchi-shu.
  904. To compete, Niou Miya devoted himself to perfume, thus people called them 'Perfumed Hyobukyo and sweet-smelling Chujo.'
  905. To complain about the state of his clan and to file a petition
  906. To complement this insufficiency, Meiso MIZUHARA, a famous philatelist, published "History of Korean Modern Post 1884-1905" in 1994.
  907. To compose ondo based on real stories are called "Shinmon-yomi" (reading newspapers).
  908. To conceal his death, a report stating that Naosuke had only been injured at the Sakuradamon Gate was submitted to the Shogunate under the name of Naosuke to pretend as if he had been still alive; the Shogunate replied with a sympathy gift for Naosuke.
  909. To conclude an ikki, a rite called Ichimi Shinsui (one taste of the gods' water) would be held, during which the members would make a written and spoken vow, after which they would drink, before the gods, the ashes of the document in which they had written their declaration and the penalties to which they would be subject should they fail to honor the ikki.
  910. To conduct an investigative excavation of a buried cultural property, it is necessary to report beforehand to the director-general of the Agency for Cultural Affairs (Article 92, Clause 1).
  911. To conduct national religious services, its original primary role, construction of Hasshinden (eight shrines) was proposed within Jingikan (until then, himorogi - a temporarily erected sacred space or "altar" used as a locus of worship, was built each time a religious ritual was conducted).
  912. To conduct visual estimates of three types of heavy loads.
  913. To confirm buried jori remains, excavation is required, but it is possible for people other than specialists to find other jori remains.
  914. To confirm the registered usages, the information is displayed on the application software of the mobile wallet, such as JW OO Station for all stations when you've logged in, but if you have not logged in, it's displayed as **** for all stations.
  915. To confront the Oda clan, Hirotada MATSUDAIRA became a vassal of the Imagawa clan in Suruga when he was six years old, and it was decided that Takechiyo should be sent to Sunpu in Suruga Province to be placed in the custody of the Imagawa clan as a hostage.
  916. To console Tokuko, Yoshitsune held a banquet giving a feast to his vassals and Tokuko's court ladies.
  917. To console the Emperor for missing his beloved, the former Emperor's daughter (Fujitsubo) made her bridal entry into court.
  918. To consumers of the time 'wine' was recognized by types like Suntory's 'Akadama Sweet Wine' (Red Jewel Sweet Wine).
  919. To contain Yoshinaka's objection, Goshirakawa conducted miura (royal augury), and Shinomiya (the fourth imperial prince, Imperial Prince Takahira, later Emperor Gotoba) turned out to be the best.
  920. To contain sutra, a ceramic crock, an earthenware pot, a bamboo or stone container were used as well as a bronze case.
  921. To continue frying with tenkasu left in the cooking oil causes deterioration of the oil by the burnt tenkasu.
  922. To contrast the color of azuki, kintoki, white ice, and green powdered tea, powdered tea is never poured onto red beans.
  923. To control the Imperial Court, the bakufu created a system which allowed a series of regents and advisers to dominate the Imperial court, but there was a risk that this would produce 'anti-bakufu sentiment' among the court nobles who were excluded from the system.
  924. To control the name list of Imperial families, princes were often appointed to Kami, who was an administrator, during the Nara period and after the Heian period the Shirakawa family (Kazan-Genji [Minamoto clan], the Hakuo family) were appointed for generations.
  925. To control the riot, Matsuyama domain sent soldiers and succeed to suppress the protest on August 18.
  926. To control the situation necessitated a leader of a strong bushi group as Tsuitoshi, and this led to the selection of Masamori.
  927. To cook crisp tempura, tempura-ko (flour for tempura) which is formulated with the effervescent additives such as sodium hydrogen carbonate and baking powder is available in supermarkets in recent years, and is used for home-made tempura.
  928. To cook for Kakuni, cut ribs into bite-size pieces, add seasoning and condiments, and stew them.
  929. To cook korokke, cream sauce (sauce b?chamel) or boiled and mashed potatoes are shaped into flat and oval patties, coated with flour, egg and panko (bread crumbs) and deep fried in hot lard or cooking oil.
  930. To cook the Jukusen, in principle, only flames (secret fire (imibi)) produced by firestones or maigiri-shiki (style using gimlets (maigiri), ancient tools for making fire) is used.
  931. To cope with such a situation, the special handling of nengajo at specified post offices started in 1899.
  932. To cope with the realignments, the number of yoriki was effectively padded by assigning children of yoriki to such duties as paid trainees, and the administrative work was outsourced to Machi-dai who used to be the head of town officials.
  933. To cope with the situation, Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") of the Muromachi bakufu Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA dispatched Tsuneyori TO, the lord of Shinowaki-jo Castle in Gujo-gun, Mino Province, who was a poet and also a member of the Chiba clan, to quell the disturbances.
  934. To cope with them, the allied forces of Takakuni HOSOKAWA and Yoshioki OUCHI of twenty to thirty thousand men camped around Mt. Nyoigatake.
  935. To cope with this attack the troops of Ming and Korea built up defenses at Hwangsoksan and Namwon Castles near the border of the Provinces.
  936. To cope with this crisis, each production area tried to adjust the yield, improve the quality, change crops to higher priced 'wase' early grown cultivar and the price of unshu mikan temporally increased.
  937. To cope with this situation, some ryoke would donate their shoen to more authoritative bodies like the Imperial family or Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents).
  938. To cope with this, Tomomichi IWANARI seemed to fight bravely leaving Yodo kojo Castle.
  939. To counter her plot, Masako HOJO and her younger brother, Yoshitoki HOJO, started to fight back.
  940. To counter the military and economic pressure from Western powerful countries, the new government aspired to build a country with a centralized government where the emperor played a leading part.
  941. To counter the trend, the Kyoto city magistrates managed to keep the class system and the Kyoto citizens had antipathy toward Machidai, who had become the ruler's proxy--Machidai caught between these two sides.
  942. To counter this move, TANABE no Osumi (Tanae no Osumi), a commander of the Emperor Kobun (Prince Otomo at that time)'s army, went over Mt. Kafuka and attacked the troop on Kurafu in the night of the 5th.
  943. To counter this, Katsuyori advanced to Shitaragahara with the main force of 12,000 (6,000, according to one theory) to confront the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces, leaving 3,000 soldiers to keep Nagashino-jo Castle under control.
  944. To counter this, Katsuyori aggressively sent his troops outside the province for the purpose of gaining greater power than his father.
  945. To counter this, Sadahisa dispatched Yorihisa KAWAKAMI and others to Satsuma which sparked fierce battles between the Northern and Southern Dynasties in Southern Kyushu.
  946. To counteract such moves, the Osaki clan also appropriated the area they directly controlled as their own domain.
  947. To counteract the conquest of Suruga Province by Shingen, Ujimasa moved his forces up to Satta-toge Pass of Suruga Province and expelled the Shingen army from the Province once and gained a control over a part of Suruga Province.
  948. To counteract these hefty imports, the only products Japan could export were Japanese (green) tea and raw silk thread.
  949. To counterattack Takeda's forces whose power became increasingly more dominant in the northern Shinano area, Kagetora NAGAO led his forces to the area.
  950. To counterattack it, Hongan-ji Temple encircled the fleet with small ships in Tannowa (now Misaki Cho, Osaka Prefecture) and attacked with guns and flaming arrows.
  951. To countermand this move, Ii suppressed the supporters of the Sonjo such as the Hitotsubashi Group by carrying out the Ansei Purge, which led to the Sakuradamon Incident in 1860 when Ii was assassinated.
  952. To cover himself he tricks and murders even the helpless people, such as a blind man who just happened to pass by, as well as a beggar with an eye illness.
  953. To cover them, the Imperial Court restored monopolization and tried to rebuild the finances and established areas which were under the direct control of the state (kanden) to lease them to private hands and collected a high-rate tax as a farm rent.
  954. To cover up the bloodline of a thoroughbred horse and Anglo-Arabian horse is called 'tempura.'
  955. To create a glamorous air in the dancing of traditional folk songs, the hanhaba obi made of nishiki (brocade) is often used for yukata with an unified picture across the entire canvas of the kimono, which is not interrupted at the seams.
  956. To create an independent state to oppose the European countries, a centralized administrative framework was formed.
  957. To create by woodblock printing.
  958. To create postcards using a personal computer, it's popular to use software, which manages address data, for the creation of nengajo and shochumimai (summer greeting cards).
  959. To cut down the amount of buckwheat, daikon radish cut into matchsticks (not as a condiment) and boiled wild spring vegetables such as Japanese parsley were sometimes mixed with the noodles.
  960. To date, "Takatada kikigaki" has been making valuable contributions as research material for archery and also as historical sources shedding light on practices in those days.
  961. To date, all of them have been restored, but some scars still remain on Rakan zo.
  962. To date, no section of it has opened.
  963. To date, no section of the roadway has opened.
  964. To date, over 100 celebrated artists, who are respected worldwide, have delivered performances of artistic triumph.
  965. To decide their next business, those who wanted to open ochaya (literally "teahouse" which refers to places where geisha entertain their guests) conflicted with those who wanted to rent rooms for students at first but it was settled, then Chushojima gradually fell into decline and put an end to its long history in 1970.
  966. To decide which manuscript should be classified into which group, IKEDA took seriously the outward form of the manuscript such as Okugaki (the part of the manuscript having information such as who made a copy, when it was made, which book it was copied from, etc.)
  967. To decorate solemnly inside of butsudan with butsugu is called shogon.
  968. To deep-fry it neatly, a special technique will be required because no water is added to the batter.
  969. To defeat the government army, HENMI deployed the Raigeki-tai troop in Oguchi.
  970. To defend Katsurazaka and Tsumayazaka in Shuzan, the Satsuma army dispatched troops including the 7th company of the Kanjo-tai troop to there and made other troops prepare for building forts.
  971. To describe 'Miyake' in Japanese kanji, '屯家,' '御宅,' '三宅,' and '三家' were used in the Japan's ancient historical books such as the "Kojiki" and the "Fudoki" to describe 'Miyake.'
  972. To describe in an extreme manner, a different script is used for every performance.
  973. To describe the name of Kikumon, the flower, for example, with ten petals is called Jukiku.
  974. To describe this, the tale mentions 紀信の故事.
  975. To detect a counterfeit new sword, focusing on two points; the strength of shinogichi (ridge) and the sharpness of the cutting part, would be a clue.
  976. To develop the yamaoroshi-haishi-moto takes approximately two to four times longer than that of the sokujo-kei (faster moto developing method), normally requiring up to thirty days.
  977. To die after having the head cut off.
  978. To differentiate from 'bukkake soba' popular in the Genroku era, soba which is dipped into a sauce to eat began to be referred to as 'mori.'
  979. To differentiate it from Asuka of Kawachi Province (Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture) (also known as 'Chikatsu-Asuka' 'Kawachiasuka'), it is sometimes called 'Totsu Asuka' or 'Yamato Asuka.'
  980. To differentiate it from boxing, American full-contact karate adopts a distinctive rule whereby a contestant is required to kick the opponent's body from the waist upward more than eight times per round.
  981. To differentiate the processes, the terms are used when a person having a different family name changes the blood line of that family by inheriting the family's Myoseki.
  982. To discipline in a rakugo, a kodanshi pats his/her own head with a Sensu or a master pats his apprentice on his/her head with a Sensu rather than with the hand.
  983. To distinguish from those who had suffered the penalty of "ento" or exile to a remote island who were called "shimanagashi" ("exiled to the island"), drainage laborers were referred to as "shimaokuri" ("sent to the island") (because the banishment to Sadoga-shima had already been abolished in 1700).
  984. To distinguish it from 'Hidari-daimonji,' it is specifically referred to as 'Migi-daimonji' or 'Daimonji on the right.'
  985. To distinguish it from Nishi Hongan-ji temple, also in Shimogyo Ward, it is often called "O-Higashi-san".
  986. To distinguish it from cho as a unit of length, it is sometimes called 'chobu.'
  987. To distinguish it more clearly, it's sometimes called Nihontenugui (Japanese tenuous towel).
  988. To distinguish itself from the branch sect, the home sect is called the "Head of the School (soke)," meaning the originator of the sect.
  989. To distinguish simple funerals from extravagant funerals, people have to check if there is a tumulus or not.
  990. To distinguish the 2 types of scenes, the former is called "side drum scene (Otuzumimono or Otuzumiirimono)" or "four-beat-rhythm (Yonbyoshimono or Shibyoshimono)", while the latter is called "big-and-small-drum scene (Daishomono)".
  991. To distinguish the Subway Line or the Kintetsu Line from the JR Line, when you take the Subway Line the station is often called 'Subway Kyoto Station (Karasuma Line Kyoto Station),' but when you take the Kintetsu Line it is often called 'Kintetsu Kyoto Station.'
  992. To distinguish the formalized Japanese style like this and the Japanese style in the completing period, the latter is especially called Jodaiyo, and Shoka (calligrapher) crying out for the restoration as the classics of the Japanese style, later appeared.
  993. To distinguish the local trains from others on the timetable, the letter C is attached to the end of the local train number (for holidays the letter B is used).
  994. To distinguish the provincial constables in the Kamakura period from those in the Muromachi period, provincial constables in the Muromachi period are called "Shugo daimyo," the provincial constable feudal lord, and the system in which Shugo daimyo governed their own territories is called Shugo-ryogoku system.
  995. To distinguish them from Sanetomi SANJO of the Sanjo family, Sanenaru Ogimachi-SANJO changed his surname to SAGA which had previously been used as an alias.
  996. To distinguish them from those of the Meiji period, they are called Oshidashi of the Showa period.
  997. To distinguish these two shugo, the shugo in the Muromachi period is specifically called "shugo-daimyo."
  998. To distinguish, one may be referred to as Sakefuneishi of Demizu while the other Sakefuneishi of Oka.
  999. To do "kanagari" means that, when sake is warmed, the warmness goes through evenly and the complete sake making features are shown at its best.
  1000. To do so however required the change of the company articles through a shareholder meeting and the consent from Osaka City amongst others that made an early project commencement impossible.

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