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  1. To do so, he went on a tour around the Hokuriku and Tokai area requesting donations and presented 10,000 ryo (the currency at the time) and 4,000 bales of rice to the government.
  2. To do this does not spread the good fat on the surface, causes it to burn easily and spoils the texture or flavor.
  3. To do this, however, Matsukata had to prepare himself for a drastically austere budget to come up with the finances needed for moving forward with the incineration of paper money and for a possible outbreak of deflation, for which he sought the approval of the senior government officials including Hirobumi ITO and the Emperor Meiji.
  4. To do this, we can expect the effect of fire power to the full.
  5. To draw a bow:
  6. To draw a character ignoring the layout of frames.
  7. To draw something in white on a black background.
  8. To draw the train from the depot, the driver operates it standing.
  9. To drink
  10. To drip liquid of soup or the like from the tips of chopsticks.
  11. To dye the cloth so that the base color is precisely the same shade between connecting pieces when sewn into a kimono, jizome is performed by a skilled dyeing artisan.
  12. To each palace, a mi-do Hall (enshrinement hall) was attached.
  13. To each privately-owned slave (called keninnuhi), a field whose area is one-third of that of an ordinary person, or an area dependent on the availability of land in the area, should be supplied.
  14. To ease social unrest within the Mutsu province and to provide stability to the people, a "choyo" (tax in tribute and labor under the ritsuryo system) will be exempted, and all those who come to the capital will be sent back to their land.
  15. To eat Kaichu jiruko, pour some hot water over and it will be ready.
  16. To eat a raw egg, it is risky to use 'a cracked egg,' 'a broken egg,' or 'an egg cracked two or more hours before.'
  17. To eat by gripping a pair of chopsticks in one hand.
  18. To eat raw egg
  19. To eat the sobagaki, use chopsticks to tear it into pieces and dip it into soba tsuyu dipping sauce or soy sauce.
  20. To eat them, tilt the bowl and draw an appropriate portion with the tips of a pair of chopsticks into the widely opened mouth to chew and swallow down.
  21. To eat, dip (tojite) noodles in the soup to warm up and to pick up the flavor of the soup.
  22. To eat, noodles are transferred into a special basket which are then be dipped into the soup in the pot mentioned above.
  23. To elect the village officers through public election system.
  24. To eliminate the odor, a set of fragrant herbs, called a "bouquet garni" (parsley, thyme and bay leaf), is used.
  25. To emphasize its historical value, it was very important to determine its construction material, high-strength cypress.
  26. To enable taxation with respect to accredited shoen, accreditation of shoen and unification of territories were carried out.
  27. To encourage foreign tourists to visit Japan, the Ministry is to undertake research to understand the market, develop tours which satisfy the needs of the market, and then promote them overseas.
  28. To enhance performances, instruments such as the shinobue, shakuhachi bamboo flute, kokyu (Japanese string instrument played using a bow) and percussion instruments are often used.
  29. To enjoy admiring cherry blossoms and drinking Sake (alcohol beverage) is called hanamizake and is considered a refined custom.
  30. To enjoy its scent and smooth sensation when swallowing, it is acceptable to make noise while eating soba and, in terms of that eating manner, it is an extremely unusual food along with the likes of udon and Chinese noodles in the world.
  31. To enjoy the natural scent of buckwheat flour and the sensation when swallowing soba, mori soba, and zaru soba are popular options when eating soba.
  32. To enjoy the richness of duck meat, rice will be added in the end so that it can be eaten as rice gruel.
  33. To enrich his knowledge and education, he also started studying Keisho (important literatures in Confucianism) and Sinology (study of the Chinese classics) under 長坂或斎.
  34. To ensure comfortable use, these acts below are regulated, and punishments for violations are provided.
  35. To enter Kamakura from the east, north or west, people had to pass through narrow paths (Kiridoshi) named 'Kamakura Nanakuchi' (Kamakura's Seven Entrances), which had been dug through the mountain.
  36. To enter the room, whole body sterilization is required and none other than people concerned are allowed to enter the room.
  37. To erase her sins, she wrote part of the 60-volume Daihannya (Great Perfection of Wisdom Sutra) by herself and gave them to the temple.'
  38. To erase the differences between the Fushu and the public peasants, in 812 the Imperial Court issued an order to the kokushi to select competent persons from the Fushu as full-time Ifucho (leaders of Ifu) who would exercise their punitive authority for crimes in Fushu society.
  39. To escape the Onin War, the family moved to the southern part of Wakasa Province (the present Oi-cho, Oi-gun, Fukui Prefecture) where they lived for generations.
  40. To escape the persecution of Kamakura, I have decided to go down and control the west, and before I leave, I wanted to make my farewells, but I will leave without doing so as I have already equipped myself with armor.'
  41. To establish home-grown railroad technology was urgent business for the Meiji government.
  42. To establish samurai political power and the Hojo regency, Yoshitoki excluded one clan after another (such as when he overthrew Yoshimori WADA, a leading immediate vassal of the shogun, in the Battle of WADA in 1213).
  43. To evade his creditors he asks Okichi for money, but is coldly refused.
  44. To excite audiences, something not included in the script is said, the planned flow of the play is changed, ad-lib words are said, and/or an unexpected guest will appear onstage.
  45. To exclude hearsay, self-claimed inventors or conjecture, we can therefore assume at the present that this katsudon created by Yoroppaken in 1913 in Waseda, Tokyo (Masutaro TAKABATAKE) was the first katsudon.
  46. To exclude the prime minister from the final decisions on the policy for national defense meant that the implementation of the policy could not be guaranteed by the government and, in fact, adding two more divisions was rejected due to the financial problem.
  47. To exempt the load of diversion construction.
  48. To exempt the tax on shrines and temples as those taxes would eventually be paid by shrine and Buddhist parishioners.
  49. To explain such an irrational scene, UMEWAKA points out that Noh has in general an incomprehensible structure such as 'Nohwaki dreaming of protagonist (Shite) who is also dreaming in it.'
  50. To explain the importance of learning both Jiso and Kyoso, some have compared Jiso and Kyoso to two wheels on a single cart.
  51. To express the dimension of the exterior surface of a building, the number of bays between two pillars is usually used instead of the sizes.
  52. To extinguish fire, either bury the charcoal in the ash or put it in a hikeshi-tsubo (fire extinguishing pot).
  53. To extract the soup stock from katsuobushi, put shaved pieces of katsuobushi into a pot of hot water and then immediately turn off the flame; when the shaved katsuobushi sinks, strain the extract-seeped hot water.
  54. To facilitate the participants to pilgrimage to Ise-jinja Shrine, wealthy merchants opened their shops and residences to them, and distributed packed meals and straw sandals.
  55. To facilitate their entrance into Kyoto, the warriors in the Kyoto district played an important role in combat with Yoshinaka in the Battle of Hoju-ji Temple.
  56. To facilitate understanding of the structure of Wafuku, the roll of cloth, the cutting method, and the assembly of the parts will be schematically overviewed below.
  57. To fight on the Korean Peninsula in ancient times without communications, the headquarters would require to be placed in northern Kyushu close to the battlefront, otherwise, timely and proper measures or orders for battle couldn't be carried out.
  58. To fight with the main body of Takeda's troops that had invaded into Totomi Province, Ieyasu's troops crossed the Tenryu-gawa River, advancing to Mitsukejuku.
  59. To fill any gaps, Keihan Uji Bus Co., Ltd. operates the city circular bus, 'Joyo Sansan Bus' (城陽さんさんバス), once or twice every hour across three routes.
  60. To film a one-volume documentary movie titled "Shojokai Hyosho Kinenkaishiki (Numakuma County, Hiroshima Prefecture Shojokai)," he sent Kanamori and Hanabusa to 'Shojokai' in Numakuma County, Hiroshima Prefecture (current Fukuyama City of the same prefecture).
  61. To finalize his speech at the premier of "Sukedachi-ya Sukeroku" (Vengeance for Sale), he gave a cue in a forceful tone of voice, 'Here we go!' to start the film.
  62. To find the perpetrator, the villagers began interrogations according to the local village laws.
  63. To find the reasons, he asked another person, who answered, 'He is poor and his rotting house leaks, so he may worry about his parents having hard time.'
  64. To finish it with noddles (Japanese wheat noodles and Chinese noodles) or rice is a standard procedure for some Yosenabe.
  65. To finish the unification of Kyushu, the Shimazu clan started to invade Buzen, Bungo, and Chikuzen Provinces, which were territories of the Otomo clan.
  66. To finish, put boiled noodles into the pot and allow the flavor of the remaining soup to soak into them before eating.
  67. To fix Kabura to an arrow, pull the yano from the base through to the top, and fix it by putting zoku (an arrowhead) on the tip.
  68. To fix the Tegara a special hair stick called Kanokodome is used.
  69. To form a shape as a nation, in Japan too, major roads, which connect the capital of Japan and the kokufu (provincial office) of each ryoseikoku (province), were improved.
  70. To friends or on the occasion where a host wants the guests to feel free to eat a lot, the host sometimes suggest them 'Jikabashi' purposely.
  71. To fulfill Masamune's dream to become a 'sangokuichi no busho' (literally, "the best military commander in the three provinces"), this tejime, having the form of three and one (meaning three provinces and one commander), naturally began to be performed among his vassals at meetings.
  72. To fulfill one's dream, there need to be a motive, perseverance, courage and failure, and a success never comes before these elements.'
  73. To fulfill this trick, Tagishimimi no mikoto plotted to kill his younger brothers.
  74. To fumble for food remaining at the bottom of a soup bowl with chopsticks.
  75. To further distinguish the Ogimachi-Sanjo Family (renamed 'Saga' at the time of Sanenaru SAGA) of Daijinke, which was descended from the Sanjo Family, the Sanjo Family is most often referred to with the prefix Temporin.
  76. To gain release from this morass-like vortex, nirvana is reached only through the power of wisdom (Sanskrit: prajna) by means of practicing the observation of reality.
  77. To get away from the ordinary life to be converted to Buddhism
  78. To get hold of Yayoi, the Governor ordered Yayoi's father Shigefusa HARA to attack Yorizumi.
  79. To get it made at a lower price, one can buy the habutae cloth that has no ishimochi and have the crest woven into the cloth.
  80. To get montsuki made, one needs to buy the cloth of habutae that carries the ishimochi, and then one must pay extra for the crest-dyeing, because the crest is custom-designed.
  81. To get niban-dashi, pour water on the already-used katsuobushi, and then heat the water for some time; finally, strain the extract-seeped hot water.
  82. To get out of difficulty, the plan to perform 伝国詔宣 by Kogimonin; the direct ancestor of Kogon, Komyo, and Suko, who stayed in Kyoto, in substitution for the Retired Emperor, was made.
  83. To get to Kasamatsu Park on the north side, take the Tango Kairiku Kotsu Bus or Tour Boat to Ichinomiya and walk toward Fuchu Station.
  84. To get to Nagaokakyo City, it is common to take the Saigoku Kaido Road down south and cross the Ichimon-bashi Bridge.
  85. To give a concrete example of a component of Eight Views, the Eight Views of Omi has 'Autumn Moon at Ishiyama' (written as 石山秋月), which consists of 'Ishiyama (石山)' (the site of the scene) and 'Fall Moon (秋月)' (a phenomenon at the site).
  86. To give an example, Takakazu SEKI derived eleven digits of pi using the length of the sides of a regular polygon which touched the circle.
  87. To give an example, in the competition between FUJIWARA no Kaneie and FUJIWARA no Kanemichi for the post of Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor), defeated FUJIWARA no Kaneie was demoted from Dainagon (chief councilor of state) to Jibu-Kyo.
  88. To give an example, the massive territories of FUJIWARA no Tadazane and FUJIWARA no Yorinaga who were recognized as rebels during the Hogen Disturbance were confiscated.
  89. To give further details about the aforementioned position, at the enthronement ceremony, the emperor stands in the center of the Throne Hall and the empress stands to the right from the viewer's perspective.
  90. To go forward to the Pure Land and the return to this world.
  91. To go forward, there is the Teaching, Practice, Faith, and Enlightenment of the truth.
  92. To go to noted places, lands, and regions of Utamakura.
  93. To go to that Jodo, and attain enlightenment through being led by Buddha, is the belief of Jodo.
  94. To grip a pair of chopsticks in parallel in one hand to lift food by using them just like a spoon.
  95. To halt trades with foreign countries.
  96. To hammer the strings
  97. To handle the charcoal, use hibashi chopsticks.
  98. To handle the many visitors, an automatic ticket checker (with no gate) for KANSAI THRU PASS is set up, and a station attendant resides next to it.
  99. To hang a bell of "Dojo-ji Temple," a pulley is provided to the ceiling, and a metal ring is provided to the Fuebashira.
  100. To have a postmark dated "January 1" at either the pickup post office or the delivery post office, many people would post nengajo around December 26 to 28 and on January 1.
  101. To have a through train to the Kohoku area;
  102. To have better sliding properties, the stage is polished with bean curd refuse or rice bran to a glassy finish.
  103. To have chopsticks in one's mouth.
  104. To have more accurate knowledge about bitasen coins, it is necessary to know the facts about currencies in China and other nations concerned, in addition to having knowledge about false coins and modified coins.
  105. To have preliminary negotiations to revise the unequal treaty (treaty revision) which had been signed between foreign countries and Japan in the late Edo period.
  106. To have the special rapid train go through to Tsuruga Station from the Keihanshin area;
  107. To help the team out of difficulties, Ruy RAMOS suddenly transferred from Verdy in May.
  108. To her dismay, she soon became pregnant.
  109. To highlight the crest on the bestowed kosode, the diameter of the crest was sometimes as much as 11.36 cm, three times the length of the common crest.
  110. To his brothers and sisters he was known as the father-in-law of FUJIWARA no Hidehira of the Oshu-Fujwara clan; his siblings included FUJIWARA no Motonari, FUJIWARA no Takanori, FUJIWARA no Ieyori, and FUJIWARA no Nobutoki.
  111. To his shame and embarrassment, Mitsuhide manages to say, 'Oh, this hair was in exchange for a bit of money for us to live our modest life when I was a masterless samurai in Koshiji.'
  112. To hit a person with.
  113. To hold Kenji (the Sacred Sword and the Sacred Jewel) and hand them to the chokunin jiju (chamberlain appointed by the royal command) at the Kenji togyo (ceremony for imperial succession);
  114. To hold a bowl
  115. To hold a memorial service to the saints of Jippo sanze.
  116. To hold an open fan, the user has to hold it by the point slightly above the pivot; to hold an closed fan, the user has to hold it lightly with one hand by the point closer to the bottom from the center and place the other hand from below the fan to the position near the top.
  117. To hold chopsticks between the palms and to pray.
  118. To hold the position of daikan (local governor), he went down to the family territory in Naka Country of Hitachi Province, which was the estate bestowed on Masashige.
  119. To honor great achievement, he was conferred baron in 1896.
  120. To honor his achievement, the Emperor gave sie purple Buddhist priest stole), and the pseudonym of Seisen Zenji to Jiun-Myoi, and designated Kokutai-ji Temple as a temple under government by the Emperor's own handwriting.
  121. To hook and release the strings
  122. To identify Koshi (高志) as Koshi (越) is based on the names and place-names such as "Koshi (高志)" and "Kuzuryu" (nine-head dragon) (for example, Fukui Prefecture Koshi High School, Kuzuryu-gawa river, and so on).
  123. To identify themselves, confirm their achievements and distinguish friend from foe, samurai decorated all manner of things with Kamon, including Manmaku, flags, Umajirushi and sword scabbards.
  124. To improve the appearance, the two-folded form was changed to a disk-shape.
  125. To improve the resonance, it is said that sometimes rings (gold) were included when the bell was cast, and there are examples in the Edo period where oval gold coins were cast together.
  126. To improve this, Tamura proposed that issuing silver coins with the value of Nishu gold coins, and fixing the exchange rate between silver and gold coins, would eventually unify the currency system.
  127. To increase the amount of trade as much as possible, it is believed that the tonnage of ships from the Netherlands gradually increased.
  128. To increase the number of passengers, improvements in service quality are necessary, and thus each company is implementing various measures.
  129. To indicate the area around this crossing, residents of Kyoto have mostly used the expression of the Kawaramachi Oike crossing, so the expression 'Shiyakusho-mae' is rarely used.
  130. To indicate the legitimacy of the Nitta clan, which was considered as the ancestors of the Tokugawa clan, Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA claimed in "Dainihonshi" (Great Japanese History) that the Nancho was the legitimate line.
  131. To indicate their affiliation or era, their master's name or era may be prefixed, such as "Heike's busho" (warriors of Taira family) and "sengoku busho" (warriors in the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States)).
  132. To inform his comrades in Edo of this decision, Yasubei left Kyoto and returned to Edo on September 1.
  133. To inherit this origin, the Chinese character of 'dan' has a left-hand radical tsuchi-hen (the 'earth' radical.)
  134. To investigate western civilization.
  135. To invite a divine spirit, a giant tree was surrounded by tamagaki (fence) and Shimenawa(sacred rice-straw ropes) to keep the tree sacred.
  136. To is a unit of volume in the East Asian system of weights and measures.
  137. To is the name of the 11th string of so (a long Japanese zither with 13 strings).
  138. To its north there is a stone paved place and a stonework pond to the northeast.
  139. To judge these techniques, inspectors and persons for calling were needed.
  140. To keep eating the same food.
  141. To keep its monopoly, Tennoji so-za paid the tax in kind in an amount of as much as 562.5 kg annually to its honjo Sanjonishi family in exchange for the exemption from so-kuji that it paid when passing through the checkpoints.
  142. To keep people from losing count, the temple or shrine stacks up one hundred pebbles, twisted paper strings, bamboo skewers or the like, which supplicants take one at a time and place by the main hall, counting by using these hundred pebbles, etc. as a sort of makeshift abacus.
  143. To keep the same amount of nengu (annual tribute, land tax) as the level of former Edo bakufu era.
  144. To keep this promise, Ise-jingu Shrine prohibits Buddhist monks from visiting the shrine and requests followers to use metaphors when uttering Buddhist words, but followers remain sincerely true to Sanpo stealthily deep in their heart in reality.
  145. To keep up with the Freedom and People's Rights Movement, the Emperor issued an Imperial mandate in 1881 to establish the Diet and expressed the time of the establishment of the Diet to suppress the movement.
  146. To knit the clan together he created Kikuchikaken (family code of the Kikuchi) 'Yoriaishu Naidannokoto (the family precept of the Kikuchi Family)' with Takeshige's seal of blood.
  147. To know about Tokiwazu-bushi, such as "Seki no to" (The Door of the Barrier Station) & "Modori Kago" (The Palanquin Returning from Shimabara), or about Kiyomoto-bushi, such as "Michiyuki Tabiji no Hanamuko" (The Bridegroom Accompanying the Journey) & "Yasuna," please refer to the article of "Tokiwazu-bushi" or "Kiyomoto-bushi."
  148. To know good and to know evil is good knowking (ryochi).
  149. To know good and to know evil is knowing good (ryochi).
  150. To let the wind and the raindrops through, one sidepiece of the hexagonal pyramid is covered only on its top side.
  151. To lick chopsticks.
  152. To maintain a shrine, the Chinju (local Shinto deity), which was the spiritual center of the soson, a shinden (or kanda) (sacred rice field) was established, and joint cultivation prevailed.
  153. To maintain accuracy of the calendar and consistency with literary works, the dates are given in Tenpo reki (Tenpo calendar) up to December 2, 1872 (December 31, 1872 in new calendar).
  154. To maintain the independence of the samurai authority, he was appointed seii taishogun, which was ranked below Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards) and established a bakufu as an administrative structure.
  155. To maintain the tradition of the Yasedoji, people involved established the Yasedoshi-kai (the association of the Yasedoji), which collects and keeps related materials.
  156. To make 80 bristles, split each one of 16 prongs equally into 5, each of which is to be further split into 2 unequal tines.
  157. To make Nagayoshi MORI, a military commander of the Hashiba's forces, and Tsuneoki IKEDA, his father-in-law, raid Okazaki-jo Castle, a military troop separate from the main body, with Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI (Hidetsugu HASHIBA) as the supreme commander, started moving.
  158. To make Naporitan, one cooks spaghetti after adding tomato ketchup.
  159. To make a distinction, kan as a weight unit is sometimes called kanme (an abbreviation for 1 kan 'mekata' [weight]), and kan as a currency unit is sometimes called kanmon.
  160. To make a formal sanpai, visitors inform a clerk at a shrine office of their intention of making a formal sanpai and then enter into the haiden.
  161. To make a kimekomi ningyo, first, thin lines are carved to represent wrinkles and patterns on the doll body which is made of wood or toso (made from the mixture of sawdust of paulownia wood and wheat starch or other sticky materials.
  162. To make a new start in February 1917, he formed a new drama group 'Toro-sha' with Sugisaku AOYAMA, Iyokichi KONDO, and Tsugio SEKIGUCHI who became a Germanist later and performed Yoshiro NAGAYO's product "Gaka to sono deshi" (An Artist and His Disciples) at Bijutsu Club.
  163. To make a simple distinction, the Chinese sho is called sheng (private sho), and the international sho is called kosho (public sho), but usually, they are both simply called sho because they have the same quantity (refer to the article of Shizhi [Chinese System of Measurement]).
  164. To make atsuage, cut tofu into halves after draining well, and deep-fry in the oil of 180C to 200C.
  165. To make chopsticks stand on rice by pinking.
  166. To make clear his wish to break with the Rokkaku clan, Nagamasa returned the name Katamasa and the daughter of Sadatake HIRAI to the Rokkaku clan and reassumed the name Shinkuro.
  167. To make combing easy, the combs generally had two long prongs which reached the scalp much like a rod (or prongs in a clover leaf configuration).
  168. To make dishes look attractive and to enjoy the taste, time is used for pretreatment before seasoning.
  169. To make good use of the waste potatoes that were difficult to dispose, he tried to make yokan (azuki-bean jelly) with different taste from bean jelly made with agar and sugar.
  170. To make hikichigiri, a white circle of white mochi is spread out with a depression, and a handle-shaped piece which looks torn off is added to one edge.
  171. To make hirezake, you should at first grill the cut out fin until the surface is slightly burnt, then put it into a cup or something, and pour the hot sake on it.
  172. To make it clear that it refers to rice, it is called 'beihan,' 'hanmai' or 'kome no meshi.'
  173. To make it convenient for passengers to move between the Kosei and Kohoku areas by using trains; and
  174. To make it correctly, jujube that has been struck by lightening is used for yo, an earth board and fujin that is a burl of liquidambar is used for kan, the heaven board.
  175. To make it into an instrument, hole positioning requires an intuition and an expert's technique.
  176. To make it worse, a decree dismissing Shugendo was promulgated in 1872, forcing Kinpusen-ji Temple, the pivotal temple, to be abolished in 1874.
  177. To make kakukintsuba, first, make rectangular solid gel cakes with tsubuan and agar solution, coat one side of the tsubuan cake with thin batter made of flour and water at a time, sear the coated side on the hot copper griddle immediately and repeat the coating and searing process until all sides have been done.
  178. To make kintsuba, coat tsubuan (sweet bean paste containing pieces of azuki beans skin) with batter made of flour and water rolled out into a thin sheet, shape it into a disc and cook the dough on all sides in a greased flat pan.
  179. To make kotsuzake, pick the bones and fins out of a grilled fish after eating it, roast and burn them for a while.
  180. To make matters worse, as the position of Machidai was hereditary, some incompetent Machidai emerged.
  181. To make matters worse, his son Mototeru, the 17th died young in 1916.
  182. To make matters worse, the construction work of Kobe Rapid Transit Railway, which connects the Hankyu Kobe Line/Hanshin Main Line with Sanyo Railway, began in 1962.
  183. To make my living; Go out to the field in Spring; and gather young herbs; the snow on my sleeves; must be ashamed
  184. To make noise by hitting eating utensils with chopsticks, or to call a person with the noise.
  185. To make profits to cover the costs of repair and construction of Gokuraku-ji Temple (Kamakura City) (present-day Kamakura City) that burnt down in a fire, Enrinbo (円琳坊) went to the capital (Kyoto) for a purpose of visiting Tang and soon left for Chikuzen Province in 1308.
  186. To make sure the restoration of diplomatic relations, the Tshushima Domain forged even sovereign's message, and the envoy on the Korean side approved the message, even though knowing that it was forged one.
  187. To make taiyaki, first the batter made of flour, sugar, and soda is poured into sea bream shaped molds and then azuki bean paste added before the two sides of the mold are joined together.
  188. To make that possible, the technique called 'kire' (cut) was created.
  189. To make the performance lively, actions such as eating, drinking, walking, running, dressing, and so on expressed in a defined manner without moving from the zabuton play quite a significant role in rakugo, though the action is not part of the art of storytelling in a strict sense.
  190. To make the prayer easier to chant, 'Saiyo no nakatomi no harae' (essential words of the purification rituals of the Nakatomi) and 'Saijo no nakatomi no harae' (greatest words of the Purification Ritual of the Nakatomi) were created.
  191. To make the story better understood by the audience, a scene to make the relationships between the characters on the danmari stage clear is provided for after the main curtain is closed.This scene is called "danmari-hodoki" (literaly, unraveling the danmari).
  192. To make their position clear, some Buddhists codified a warning that permitted people to respect Gongeshin but not Jitsurui no kami.
  193. To make this, grind rice, wheat, soy beans, azuki beans, sesame into powder, and knead it.
  194. To make up flaw and respond to new situations, additional laws were established occasionally, which were called 'addition of shikimoku' or just 'addition.'
  195. To make up for it, Okiku became a prostitute in Yoshiwara.
  196. To make up for the shortage of transport capacity, both express and local trains were operated at 15-minute intervals, and additionally the bus service by Keihan-jidosha Auto Company (Keihan Bus Co., Ltd) was increased.
  197. To make up for the weak points when loading early guns, they tried to shoot the advancing open battle army from places protected by barriers, ramparts, obstacles, unusual land features and so on.
  198. To make up for these, in Europe a mechanism where a piece of pyrite was struck on a rotating steel circular (wheel) to ignite the gunpowder (wheel lock mechanism) or where a firestone (flint) was struck on a piece of iron to ignite the powder (flint gun - flintlock system) were invented.
  199. To make up for unfaithfulness in the peace negotiation, he was ordered to invade Korea again along with Kiyomasa KATO as a spearhead for the Keicho Campaign started in 1597.
  200. To manage a grant and a gift;
  201. To manage the stored money;
  202. To mark the opening, Omi Railway issued a commemorative ticket depicting the scene when the carriages were brought from Hikone Station to Tagataishamae Station (Taga Station at that time) by an Omi Railway electric locomotive.
  203. To measure the size of a large tera-ihai, however, the width of the flat tablet part is measured.
  204. To measure the size of an ihai, only the fudatake (height of the flat tablet part where characters are inscribed) is measured and its size is represented in 'go'; for example, four go of ihai has approximately twelve centimeters of the fudatake.
  205. To mediate the visit from the Imperial family to the Emperor and the Empress;
  206. To meet Japan's goal of modernization, the importation of the latest weapons and machinery continued into the Meiji period.
  207. To meet the demand, Harunobu SUZUKI and others worked out Azuma-nishikie printed in multiple colors, and the Ukiyoe culture came into full bloom.
  208. To meet with Oishi again, Yasubei came to Kyoto on July 23, 1702.
  209. To mix Coke (drink) into the dough makes it fluffy.
  210. To mix these with kansen coins, the surisen coins were generated by making larger coins diameters smaller by grinding them down, and the uchihirame coins by making smaller coins larger by smashing them.
  211. To mourn his father Motonaga MIYOSHI, in 1557, Nagayoshi constructed Nanshu-ji Temple on Mt. Ryuko under the auspices of Rinzai sect Daitoku-ji school, for which Daitoku-ji ninetieth Dairin Soto who Nagayoshi had respected was determined as kaisan (a founder of temple as the first chief priest).
  212. To move ahead with the plan, Tosa was placed in a position to lead through the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate and enter the Meiji period with power equivalent to Satsuma, Choshu and Hizen.
  213. To move air.
  214. To move chopsticks here and there over food, hesitating which food to eat.
  215. To move chopsticks to other food without eating one food after putting the chopsticks on it.
  216. To move unfavorite food aside with chopsticks.
  217. To no Chujo approves Yugiri's marriage to Kumoi no Kari, and young lady Akashi enters the Imperial court to marry the Crown Prince (a son of Emperor Suzaku).
  218. To no Chujo had been looking for Tamakazura, but instead had found Omi no Kimi, about whom Genji had heard an unsavory rumor.
  219. To no Chujo told about his common-law wife who bored him a child with the preliminary that it is the best to associate with middle-class women.
  220. To no Chujo, the child of the minister of the left, and older half brother of Aoi no Ue
  221. To no Chujo, who had been called Chiji-no-Otodo since retiring after having reached the office of Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state), and Higekuro, who had also reached the office of Daijo-daijin, also passed away during this period.
  222. To no Chujo: The eldest son of the Minister of the Left Yugiri.
  223. To no Chujo: The son of the Sadaijin and Omiya.
  224. To no ben
  225. To obtain a huge amount of revenue to cover these building expenses, the bakufu paid attention to the income brought about by trading vessels as a new revenue source.
  226. To obtain permission for opening a Dojo under the school, the license of shihan is often required.
  227. To obtain the Mikawa Governor post, it was customary at that time to hold a rank of equivalent to a Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) however, there were rigid hereditary family line limitations to who was awarded Jugoinoge rank.
  228. To obtain the samurai status except for this, he had to become a roto of a man with authentic samurai status, receive the instruction of traditional military art in the family and get the right to succeed the iegei, so as to establish a newly independent family.
  229. To open Busan Port and Ganghwa Port as trading ports.
  230. To operate a street stall business requires a health center permit, under the Food Sanitation Act; permission to use the road is administered by the Fukuoka police station, under the Road Traffic Act; the owners of the business pay the permit licensing fee.
  231. To oppose Naganori YUSA, who had even schemed to drive out Nagamasa by making peace with his former master Tanenaga HATAKEYAMA, he planned to strengthen the relationship with Kanrei, Harumoto HOSOKAWA through the intermediation of monk Renjun, but failed in that attempt.
  232. To oppose such a posture of Tang, Silla used Anseung, an illegitimate child of King Bojang of Goguryeo, who escaped to Silla with their remaining forces, by allowing him to live in Kinbasho (Iksan City, North Jeolla Province) to achieve a dominance relationship with him regarded as King of Goguryeo in August 670.
  233. To order it at the photo shop, in addition to ordering with a flyer there is a method of ordering through a terminal by entering a digital image via the ordering software installed in the terminal.
  234. To organize the Cabinet, MATSUKATA stated that he could not take on it without full cooperation by predecessors and insisted on all the Cabinet members staying in the Cabinet as the condition to assume the prime minister.
  235. To overcome food shortage, he ran a livestock farm in Oikamanai, Tobui-mura Village, Tobui-gun County (present-day Taiki-cho, Hiroo County).
  236. To overcome these difficulties, the government forbade gaining profits from the difference in value between the bills and hard currency and ordered that payments of taxes and tributes be made in Dajokan bills and that domains redeem these bills for hard currency.
  237. To overthrow the Tokugawa shogunate
  238. To own and to take control of agricultural lands was the lifeline for the ruling class.
  239. To pack up the chakin back into the chest, the chakin, held in the right hand, is pressed against the body of the kinto and rolled cylindrically while the kinto is held in the left hand.
  240. To participate in the strategy of attacking Iwakawa on July 23, HENMI moved towards Iwakawa, leading the 6th company of Raigeki-tai and the 7th company of Kanjo-tai.
  241. To pass food with one pair of chopsticks to another.
  242. To pass on the words and music of the entire Heike tale to the next generation, all the phrases must be recited, but it is said to have taken approximately 90 to 120 hours.
  243. To pass the transfer gates, PiTaPa can be used; however, in the case of Suica and TOICA, they can be rejected.
  244. To pay nengu at the local area instead of transporting it by ship, etc. to another location.
  245. To pick up an eating utensil by the hand having chopsticks.
  246. To play all three instruments of sankyoku in concert, in particular, is called sankyoku awase or sankyoku gasso.
  247. To play chanbara, only some children were necessary without any special tools and complicated rules, therefore they often played chanbara at that time when there were not so many playthings.
  248. To play mizukiri, it is necessary to make sure that there is no one swimming in a forward direction in order not to hurt people nearby, and also to be considerate of wild animals such as waterfowls.
  249. To play this role, an actor should have grandness and dignity.
  250. To point a person or a thing with chopsticks.
  251. To poke food here and there with chopsticks.
  252. To polish a mirror, sorrel and pomegranate were used in old days.
  253. To praise his bravery, Kamununakawamimi is also called Takenunakawamimi.
  254. To pray for the recovery of Kamatari's illness, she established Yamashina-dera Temple (later Kofuku-ji Temple) in 669.
  255. To pray for victory, Prince Shotoku carved statues of four Buddhist warrior deities and Umako built a Buddhist pagoda, making a vow to spread Buddhism in Japan.
  256. To prepare bento, the most important thing is to prevent food poisoning.
  257. To prepare for that, gate watchers had to identify the leader of processions quickly, therefore a specialist job, shimozami was created to distinguish processions.
  258. To prepare for the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces that would carry out an attack in the near future, Katsuyori built Shinpujo-Castle in Nirasaki which was stronger than Tsutsujigasaki-yakata (Tsutsujigasaki Mansion) for the purpose of solidifying the defense and reorganizing Takeda's army.
  259. To prepare weakly-flavored powdered green tea for one person, into a generous volume of hot water add as much as one and half spoons of green tea powder (using a chashaku, a small spoon for powdered green tea.)
  260. To prepare yuzuyu, they cut 5 to 6 fruits of yuzu into round slices and set them afloat in a bath.
  261. To prevent Futamata-jo Castle from being taken by the Takeda side, Ieyasu conducted reconnaissance in force to know the movements of Takeda's troops, but encountered Takeda's troops and was defeated at Hitokotozaka (the Battle of Hitokotozaka).
  262. To prevent Koga-kubo and the Gohojo clan from joining forces, Yoshiaki decided in 1538 to lead the armies of Nobumasa MARIYA, Yoshitaka SATOMI, and other feudal lords from the Boso Peninsula into a decisive battle against the allied forces of Ujitsuna HOJO and Haruuji ASHIKAGA.
  263. To prevent Kunitoki from inheriting the head post of the Tokuso family, the Adachi clan recommended Yasuie HOJO, Takatoki's younger brother and son of Okatadono (Kakukai Enjo), as the successor to Takatoki.
  264. To prevent any obstructions of view to landmarks, there are various regulations applicable to architectural structures in accordance with Kyoto Chobo Keikan Sosei Jorei (ordinance of creating scenery in Kyoto).
  265. To prevent bakufu authority from declining, Ando and others tried "kobu-gattai" (integration of the Imperial Court and the shogunate) through the marriage of Shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA and Imperial Princess Kazunomiya.
  266. To prevent confusion with other clans, it was instead called Ishikawa-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  267. To prevent further erosion, the administration has installed many small erosion barriers on the sand bar in an attempt to stop the sand from washing away (in the picture from the south (Hiryukan), it is the part on the right where the beach is serrated).
  268. To prevent his clan's military secrets being leaked by Kazumasa to Hideyoshi, Ieyasu hurried to change his military system adopted since the time of Mikawa to the military system of Shingen TAKEDA.
  269. To prevent monks from entering the capital, TAIRA no Masamori, TAIRA no Tadamori and MINAMOTO no Shigetoki were deployed to Uji, and MINAMOTO no Mitsukuni and FUJIWARA no Morishige to Nishi-Sakamoto.
  270. To prevent oxidation and odor, it's preferable to put it in the hermetically sealed container and preserve it in a cold, dark place.
  271. To prevent price increases and confusion in distribution, in 1860 the bakufu issued a regulation to control foreign trade called the Gohin Edo Kaisorei, which proved unsuccessful.
  272. To prevent spoilage, pickled ume (plum) is often used.
  273. To prevent such a situation from prevailing, it was necessary for the Edo bakufu to establish diplomatic relations with Korea ahead of daimyo in the western part of Japan.
  274. To prevent such problems from occurring, it is important to put an appropriate number of frozen korokke into the hot oil because too many korokke may reduce the temperature of the oil.
  275. To prevent that change, sugar should be added to mochi soon after steaming, and mochi should be pounded well.
  276. To prevent that, the Fujiwara clan installed a Crown Princess for the first time.
  277. To prevent that, the detached territories of small domains, hatamoto and various domains in the Kanto region had to issue their own han bills.
  278. To prevent the bowstring getting caught to the armor in front of the trunk, a piece of bow leather is put there.
  279. To prevent the disorder caused in the previous ceremony, Kanezane prohibited commoners from entering the site, which resulted in calm and smooth progress.
  280. To prevent the disturbance from expanding further, Sadatoki decided that an intrigue by Munekata should be responsible for all of the disturbances.
  281. To prevent the invasion of enemies, they cleverly used geographical features such as rivers and dug moats, built dirt mounds and rock walls and in important places, there were strong castle gates such as Masugata-mon style gate.
  282. To prevent the upsurge of the donated shoens, the Manor Regulation Acts was promulgated each time the Emperor changed, but the office work for arranging shoens was done by kokushi and often became ineffective.
  283. To prevent this from happening, prepare two pans with lard at high and low temperatures, fry the meat first in the high temperature pan for several seconds, and then fry it in the lower temperature pan for about 10 minutes, by doing so it will be thoroughly cooked and will also retain its crispy texture.
  284. To procure the war cost, the government issued lots of inconvertible paper currency (refer to the national bank (in the Meiji period)), causing inflation.
  285. To produce heavy ebi-imo, it is desirable to have rich, permeable soil and maintain the soil at an appropriate humidity.
  286. To produce semitones without using basic fingering, it is preferable to raise or lower the scale by closing a finger hole by half, slightly adjusting the breathing and the angle of the mouthpiece rather than using the complicated cross fingering technique.
  287. To produce this drama, since there was no particular pickle shop considered as a model, the Kyoto Tsukemono Federation (京都府漬物協同組合) was involved to work as a contact and to gather various information from pickle shops in Kyoto.
  288. To promote the development of the region, in 1993, entry was permitted by car for tour groups visiting "The nature-and-culture-centered village" in Miyama-cho or "the Ashiu youth house of Kyoto Prefecture", on the condition that they follow all usage rules.
  289. To promote this huge project the Emperor needed wide support from the people, so he appointed Gyoki, who was oppressed by the Imperial Court, as the Daisojo (High Priest) and asked for his co-operation.
  290. To promote traffic network, the construction of railways was given priority over that of roads.
  291. To promptly improve the transportation systems in Japan, the government placed priority mainly on the improvement of the railway network and thus did not focus on road maintenance and construction so much.
  292. To prosecute the breaking, six members of shurai was put as tomo no miyatsuko (Servant of the Court administering a group).
  293. To protect and rule tenka (the realm).
  294. To protect the area, Kasugayama Primeval Forest is designated as a special natural treasure, and the laurel forest of Mt. Kasuga is designated as a state scenic beauty.
  295. To prove this fact, Arioka used the drawings depicting various scenic spots of the Edo Period, in which most of the lands were painted as treeless hills and mountains locally dotted with pine trees.
  296. To prove worthy of such trust, the soson tried to ensure the execution of the nengu payment.
  297. To publicly notify the recent decisions to employ solar calendar and institute the Imperial era with accession of Emperor Jinmu to the throne as the starting point, a ceremony will be held on the coming 25th day.
  298. To pull the dish closer with chopsticks.
  299. To purchase the ICOCA Commuter Pass, you're requested to pay 500 yen for the returnable deposit in addition to the designated commuter fare.
  300. To purchase the ICOCA for Children, it will require some formal documents that evidence the holder's age, such as the health insurance card stating his or her age.
  301. To purify ourselves, avoid impurities, and be discreet to deities.
  302. To purposefully leave the unevenness of the egg can give the okonomiyaki a fluffy texture.
  303. To pursue Katsuyori, Nobutada ODA moved his army to Suwa on the day after the fall of Takato-jo Castle and burned down Suwa-taisha Shrine, which was under the protection of the Takeda clan.
  304. To put a chief librarian was demanded.
  305. To put a stop to these actions by Kamakura Kubo, the bakufu formed master-subordinate relationships directly with influential samurai warriors who were opposed to Kamakura Kubo in the Kanto and Ou area.
  306. To put chopsticks on an eating utensil across its edges during a break.
  307. To put chopsticks without eating food in spite of having touched the food once with the chopsticks.
  308. To put food into one's mouth directly from an eating utensil with chopsticks, or to scratch one's head or the like with chopsticks.
  309. To put it differently, if they were recognized as capable, even sons of lower-ranking government officials or common people were able to become monjosho.
  310. To put it in modern-day language, she married Naoshige for love, which was rare at the time.
  311. To put it plainly, it refers to asking for mutual service or mutual aid, and labor or monetary support to construct, repair and remodel facilities needed for the autonomy of the community.
  312. To put it shortly, the idea is that when fire and wood are combined, the fire gathers strength and produces a high level of heat, but when fire and water are combined, not only the water evaporates, the fire loses its momentum.
  313. To put it simply, in the manner of a nincho he has fue flute, hichiriki instrument and wagon koto players play Niwabi as an initial trial so as to permit them to sit.
  314. To put it simply, pure joruri is vocal music that emphasizes stories and can be called a kind of narrative in which, concerning a story, the characters' words, background explanations, depictions of scenes and psychological descriptions are all expressed vocally.
  315. To put it simply, ryugi is not one person's techniques for doing a certain thing (such as how to fight against enemies and how to perform a play) which last only in his lifetime, but fellowship in which a group of people traditionally share techniques based on a certain art theory.
  316. To put it the other way, 'high brewing aptitude' means 'not good for eating.'
  317. To put on kappogi, straps attached to two places, the neck and the waist, are usually tied on the back.
  318. To put the tempura into a Jubako (tiered lunch box) or on a plate, the tempura should be cut into four round slices and the slices should be put in a Jubako or on a plate cut side up.
  319. To put them simply, courage is a force for going forward; relation is a force for closely communicating with others; love is a force for loving and bringing up others; and wisdom is a force for observing, analyzing and understanding things.
  320. To qualify for certification as a licensed sake taster, which is a more advanced certification, applicants are required to be certified as a sake taster or shochu adviser.
  321. To qualify for the 'Kyoen Sodefure! Award', at least half the members of the group need to be playing the Yotsutake (a set of clappers made of bamboo).
  322. To quote a more reliable source, it is recorded in the Tokiyoshi Kyoki that in 1600 Kuni and Kiku of Unshu (Izumo) performed the "Yayako-odori" dance at Ko'noeden of Kyoto and at the palace; and it is known that this is where she made her self known as Izumo no Okuni.
  323. To reach Kibune-jinja Shrine, which is a walk of approximately 20 minutes from the station, one must take a narrow road or otherwise ride a bus, as mentioned later.
  324. To reach Kurama, it's convenient to transfer at Kokusaikaikan Station of the Karasuma Line because passengers can go on foot to Iwakura Station (Kyoto Prefecture) or Hachiman-mae Station (Kyoto Prefecture) of the Kurama Line, which is operated by the Eizan Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
  325. To reach Momoi Settlement from Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture, it requires to get over the pass and Mt. Kurama.
  326. To reach the present path up the mountain, walk toward the mountain side from the east from Shugakuin Station on the Eizan Line of Eizan Electric Railway or from the Shugakuin Rikyu-michi Road bus stop of Kyoto City Bus, and then climb along the Otowa-gawa River (Kyoto Prefecture).
  327. To realize this is the Kenshojobutsu.
  328. To rebel against the Otomo clan was the will of Shoan alone in the first place.
  329. To rebuild his army, Yoshitomo ordered Yoshihira to go to Tosan-do Road and Tomonaga to Shinano Province and Kai Province to gather soldiers.
  330. To recapture Soma-mikuriya, Tsunetane CHIBA used MINAMOTO no Yoritomo.
  331. To reciprocate Imperial Prince Atsuakira's offer, Michinaga awarded him with the title Koichijoin with the equivalent authority of the retired emperor and presented his daughter FUJIWARA no Kanshi [Hiroko].
  332. To recover the health of Tsurumatsu, it is said that Hideyoshi called up the medical doctors, who were supposed to be the best doctors at that time, including Gensaku MANASE, and even tried to invite western doctors including those from Portugal.
  333. To rectify the disorder produced by the Magatsuhi no kami, the Naobi no kami were born.
  334. To reduce such risk, Choei reportedly burned his face with nitric acid to change his face.
  335. To reflect the peaceful years of the Edo period, feudal lords' processions are often performed.
  336. To register in the list of supporters of Nichiren Shoshu Sect, one needs to have jukai (handing down the precepts) at branch temples, furthermore, you need to be issued with the principal image of Great Mandala.
  337. To regulate the increasing lengths of shinai, the Kobusho (a military academy set up by the Edo Shogunate) declared in 1856 that, 'shinai longer than 3 jaku 8 sun (about 95cm) are not acceptable' and this became the set length.
  338. To release a bird which was incubated artificially and raised for breeding.
  339. To release a wild bird after its temporary capture and marking for investigation of its distribution and ecology.
  340. To release endangered birds after breeding.
  341. To remediate this problem, Genso brought together Confucian scholars of both schools and had them hold a debate, which ended with inconclusive results.
  342. To remember their gratitude towards Shigeharu, the Kuroda family consequently adopted the family crest of the Takenaka family as theirs (this family crest refers to Kuromochi. Kuromochi is a family crest to hope for an increase in the amount of koku).
  343. To remonstrate the lord when he goes too far is a retainer's duty.
  344. To remove the rice or the like adhering to the chopsticks with one's mouth.
  345. To remove this thorn in his side, Yoritomo decided to kill Yoshikata in Kamakura, but Ohime was told about his plan by her maid-in waiting, and she helped Yoshitaka to escape.
  346. To reorganize the central government offices, he added the ministries of order to deal with legislation, and they respectively called these offices the right and left ministries of order.
  347. To repair and conserve the mural paintings in the future, every possible measure was sought after, such as the way of covering the entire tumulus with a conservation facility and the way of moving the murals to a different place to conserve them eternally.
  348. To repay Mototsune for installing him on the throne, Emperor Koko issued an imperial decree delegating all power to the Daijo daijin Mototsune.
  349. To replace Tadaakira MIZUNO, who died of disease in 1834, Tadakuni was appointed as roju of Honmaru Palace, and also promoted to roju shuza (the head of roju) in 1839 after additionally held the post of katte goyo-gakari (director of finance) in 1837.
  350. To replicate the grand image of the mountains on the limited space of paper, the pictures of them are worthy of mention because not only so many different styles of drawing were used but they are also of a scientific nature, unlike any other books.
  351. To repose departed souls, rituals called "Goryoe" were held in the imperial court.
  352. To residents of Kyoto, 'Kawaramachi' is simply a street in Kyoto city.
  353. To resolve the contradiction, 'the August Revolution Theory' was crated.
  354. To resolve the situation, the family of Regents formed ryo-shoen (private estates) in various regions and planned to restructure the basis of the economy, but this drew the attention of the Cloistered Emperor, who curtailed expansion of the estates.
  355. To resolve this dispute between the two countries, an arbitration agreement was signed and an International Court of Arbitration (measures taken because of nonexistence of the Permanent Court of International Justice) was held by a third party, the Russian Empire.
  356. To resolve this issue, the Jito uke (proprietor's annual tax) and Shitaji chubun (physical division of land) were adopted.
  357. To respond a sudden call-up without delay, they always carried their spear and armor during their farm working, thus they called Ichiryo gusoku.
  358. To respond to the situation, on May 4, 1660, Shigemasa TOKUYAMA and Shigemasa YAMAZAKI from shoinban (the castle guards) were assigned to 'bugyo of waterways for honjo residential land.'
  359. To restrict the increasing number of joint suicides at the time due to the influence of ningyo jyoruri (traditional Japanese puppet theater) written by Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU, those couples who attempted joint suicide but failed were exposed to public view in busy areas.
  360. To retaliate, Koreans gathered about 700 people and a major clash erupted including the vendors and the gamblers in front of Kyoto station.
  361. To return material, one can simply bring the material to any one of the libraries, except for audiovisual material which should be returned to the library from where one rented them.
  362. To return to the subject, with many anecdotes, "Taiki" is a document of the height and downfall of a lone and gifted politician that gave us a racy description of the government of the time.
  363. To revitalize Kyoto, which was on the brink of decline due to the Tokyo-tento (designation of Tokyo as capital), Masanao MAKIMURA had Miyako Odori (Dance of the Capital) performed in the Kyoto Exhibition as an entertainment in 1872.
  364. To reward the distinguished accomplishment of Nobumasa OKUDAIRA (his name had been changed to Nobumasa, with a character (信) in Nobunaga (信長)) in the battle, Ieyasu gave him a distinguished sword called Daihannya-nagamitsu (literally, a sword of great wisdom by Nagamitsu).
  365. To rinse the shaft is intended to think of the next user, too.
  366. To run between Kyoto Station and Ayabe Station/Fukuchiyama Station, this train requires considerable time compared with electric multiple-unit limited express trains such as 'Kinosaki,' 'Tanba' and 'Maizuru.'
  367. To satisfy the growth in population and the needs of urban development, 'three big projects' were undertaken from the end of the Meiji period: road extension and the construction of the Kyoto City Trams, the construction of canals at Lake Biwa, and the construction of the water-supply system.
  368. To save Hoshikawa no miko, the Kibi no Kamitsumichi no omi clan set out toward Yamato Province, leading the troops, however, being informed that Hoshikawa no miko was killed, they drew back.
  369. To save Kagetaka, Kagetoki and Kagesue also charged into enemy's camp and defeated the enemy.
  370. To save Konishi's army including the Goto troops, Yoshihiro SHIMAZU, Yoshitoshi SO, Muneshige TACHIBANA, Munemasu TAKAHASHI and Masanari TERASAWA organized a naval force and went to their rescue.
  371. To save villagers who were suffering from a drought, Gio asked Kiyomori to build a water channel in her hometown Yasu.
  372. To say 'Kato' in Japanese sign language, there is a sign imitating the action of 'holding a spear in both hands and thrusting it out.'
  373. To say the least, his death was unusual although we do not know what in fact happened.
  374. To scatter flowers as a kuyo (to make offerings) to Buddha.
  375. To search and kill the Taira clan
  376. To search for the precedents supporting the practice, information was exchanged among these officers in the Rusui association.
  377. To secure a large output power from an organization of train-cars as a whole and to use adhesion weight effectively, the ratio of the number of locomotive cars within an organization of train-cars is made as large as possible.
  378. To secure space for the use of large maintenance equipment, a facility (which is parallel to a single track) was installed so as to have freight trains pass through the single track late at night.
  379. To secure the land area for the expansion above, one of the two extra sidetracks for keeping trains was removed.
  380. To secure the right of self-government, the soson increased their tendency to build relationships with the Shugo or Kokujin (local samurai), not with a lord of the manor or a lord of public land.
  381. To see my brother off for Yamato, I stood outside in sorrow at midnight until I was drenched with early morning dew.
  382. To see that the domain would not accept his claim, Kakurin went up to Kyoto and lobbied the Kaninnomiya family to get Kanman-ji Temple designated as an oratory, and promoted the opposition campaign backed by the authority of the Imperial Court.
  383. To see the Ama no iwato in this shrine, visitors are required to apply to the Amanoiwato-jinja Shrine office for permission.
  384. To see the building, an application for admission is required at reception because it is the property of the religious institution Omoto.
  385. To see this, Kakutaro realized how he had misunderstood and killed the specter cat in cooperation with Genpachi.
  386. To see whether one enters into Nirvana; if arhat shonin (saint) enters into Nirvana, the heart or the top of the head remains warm for a few days.
  387. To see whether one is reborn as a beast; if the top of the head begins to become cold and finally the knees do, but the parts lower than the knees remain warm until one's life ends, one will be reborn as a beast.
  388. To see whether one is reborn as a human; when one who does the right thing for Buddhism is just about to die, if the feet begin to become cold, then the navel does, but if the parts of top of it remain warm until one's life ends, then one will be reborn as a human.
  389. To see whether one is reborn as a hungry demon; if the top of the head begins to become cold and the navel does, but the parts lower than the hips remain warm until one's life ends, then one will be reborn as a hungry demon.
  390. To see whether one is reborn in heaven; as for one who does the right thing, if the entire top of the head remains warm until one's life ends, then one will be reborn in heaven.
  391. To see whether one is reborn in hell; if the top of the head begins to become cold and finally the feet do, but the soles remain warm until one's life ends, then one will be reborn in the hell.
  392. To see whether the commuter pass function can be added to the card or not, simply check the number of notches cut in the lower right of the card (one notch means it can be added, but if there are two notches it can't).
  393. To seek a blessing of lightening sins or longevity, many hokyoin-to pagodas were built together with gorinto, as memorial pagodas for 'tsuizen' (holding a memorial service after one's death) or 'gyakushu' (holding a memorial service prior to one's death) or gravestone pagodas.
  394. To select a song, a user searches a book that includes songs listed in the order of the singer's name or the first words of the song for a number assigned to the desired song, also referring to the index of the song titles, and inputs the number into the machine.
  395. To sell goods with minor defect and surplus products at a price lower than that of regular products.
  396. To separate church and state, Nobumitsu, the older brother became the soryo (heir) and Yorimitsu became the ohori.
  397. To serve the meal serving chopsticks made of green bamboo or white bamboo are used.
  398. To set a stage to debate State affairs, we need to set up a Minsen Giin.
  399. To settle the situation, it was decided that a queen would be required again, and a thirteen-year-old girl called Iyo, a relative of Himiko, took the throne and order was restored.'
  400. To show his gratitude, Shinran fashioned a brush from bunched zebra grass tips and wrote the ten-character name for the Buddha Amitabha Tathagata; 'Kimyo Jinjippo Mugeko Nyorai' (I take refuge in the Tathagata of unhindered light filling the ten quarters).
  401. To show his gratitude, he mixed flour and water, spread it thinly over a hot Chinese gong and used the round baked cake to wrap bean paste and this was the origin of Dorayaki.
  402. To show his personality, there remains an anecdote, in which he is said to have threw the Emperor Meiji onto the ground without mercy, when the Emperor casually challenged him to Sumo.
  403. To show the status difference from other yaguras, it was often decorated with a nageshi (a horizontal piece of timber), decorative gable, special window (kato-mado window etc.), etc.
  404. To simply say 'flower' means cherry, and the Japanese love cherries because they are not permanent but give a feeling of mujo.
  405. To sit in the full-lotus position, put the right foot on the left thigh and move the right heel close to the hip.
  406. To sit in the seiza style, one first kneels on the floor and rests the buttocks on the heels; this position is called kiza (kneeling position).
  407. To slow the Russian movement, Japan and England signed the Anglo-Japanese Alliance.
  408. To solve the weak point of the time needed to load and aspects of defenses, one method was contrived, in which, just after the front man of fusiliers marching in a column line shot, he ran back to the end of the line while loading, but it required much practice to do this.
  409. To solve this problem, an ordinary telephone number, not 119, was provided to residents in the relevant area as a telephone number to call the Fire Department of Kumiyama-cho, and a sticker bearing the telephone number in big letters is distributed to each household.
  410. To solve this, pufferfish meat is cut with a knife into such thin slices that people can see through them and this slicing is called 'usuzukuri' (literally, thin slicing).
  411. To some extent, the film depicts repressed sexuality.
  412. To soothe her feelings of impatience in waiting for him, together with Yugiri she pounded the kinuta usually only pounded by village women.'
  413. To speak in plain language, it is like the cook serves certain dish saying "Please try this without adding any seasoning." but gourmet tries a small portion and says "For me, it is better this way." and squeezes yuzu (Citrus junos) on it or spices it up further.
  414. To speak most roughly, we can recognize two kinds of makurakotoba, the ones preceding based on the pronunciation and the ones preceding based on the meaning.
  415. To spear food by chopsticks.
  416. To spread two pages of right and left.
  417. To stabilize the railways, the trains were operated at 180 km/h in some sections.
  418. To stand by the Emperor and the Empress to control everything in front of them;
  419. To start the line one character above other lines was called one-character taito, and to start two characters above other lines was called two-character taito, with the higher starting position above the other lines showing higher respect.
  420. To start with, the Imperial Count approached Nobunaga with the rank of Minister of the Right, further, presenting him with any official court rank such as the Grand Minister, chief adviser to the Emperor, and Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") but Nogunaga declined.
  421. To state the difference between tsuwamono and bushi once more, a tsuwamono has attendants below him, but no tsuwamono has another tsuwamono above him.
  422. To stop arrows, it is larger than the sleeves of future generations of armor.
  423. To stop this, the head office asked Makino, who was once the head of Nikkatsu Mukojima Studios, to reason with Kinugasa group.
  424. To stress the sense of contempt, Wako in China and Wenomu in the South and North Korea are used.
  425. To stretch a point, it becomes a concept that 'quality is high although price is not.'
  426. To string a bow:
  427. To study chemistry instead, he transferred to Owens College, Manchester, where he devoted himself to research under the direction of Professor Roscoe and Professor Sholeman.
  428. To study the art of calligraphy of philosophers of the past, Tosai collected their notes and handwriting trying to imitate them.
  429. To study the shomyo by oneself, it is recommended to refer to the CD and cassette tape published by the head temple (Shinshu Otaniha office press) or to the CD attached to the commercially available practical guides.
  430. To submit a report to the imperial court
  431. To succeed the official government position means to have the right to receive profit that came with the position, the head of the family of the official government position had a right and a duty to contribute the profit to the family.
  432. To succeed to the Imperial Throne from the previous Emperor is called "the succession to the Imperial Throne" or "Koi wo fumu"(stepping up to the Imperial Throne).
  433. To such an extent he was concerned about the future of the Meiji government and Saigo's troops.
  434. To such countries, political and economical returns such as sakuho (emperor's approval) and choko (In exchange of tributes, premium was conferred and the countries were allowed to trade with China).
  435. To suck chopsticks.
  436. To summarize how the bills were circulated during this period, circulation was restricted at the beginning of the period due to the fact that the Japanese people were not familiar with, and did not have trust in Dajokan bills.
  437. To supervise the court ladies;
  438. To supply fresh water against shortage of drinkable water, Inoue himself boarded a small boat from the Japanese warship Unyo and was approaching the land.
  439. To support Baekje, she travelled to Namba and commissioned ships and arms to be prepared, then travelled further west across the Seto Inland Sea, staying in Asakura Palace in Tsukushi Province to prepare for war.
  440. To support operations at 200 km/h or more, the speed meter is not the round type used on regular railway lines.
  441. To suppress the rebellion, Yoshitaka personally led a large army himself but suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of the AZAI forces led by Nagamasa (Battle of Norada).
  442. To suppress this movement, in December 1180, TAIRA no Shigehira burned down Todai-ji and Kofuku-ji Temples (Nanto Yakiuchi), resulting in strengthening of the resistance against the Taira clan.
  443. To survive after the rise of Hideyoshi HASHIBA (Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI) following Nobunaga's death, Kagekatsu had Yoshizane HATAKEYAMA (he had assumed the name of Yoshizane UESUGI at that time), Kagetora's adopted son and nephew, taken by Hideyoshi as a hostage in June 1586, and rendered homage and service to Hideyoshi.
  444. To sympathize or consider others' situation.
  445. To systematize Yoshimitsu's ambition, he aimed to ascend Yoshitsugu ASHIKAGA, his third boy, to the Emperor; however, Yoshimitsu died before consummating his scheme which ended in failure.
  446. To take a teaching position for the category of learning writing with brushes at a middle school or a school for teacher training, it was required to pass the test for the category of learning writing with brushes, at bunken.
  447. To take advantage of this property, a portable kayariki that can be used on a slope or in a place with vibrations is available; clipping an ignited repellent stick by glass fiber nets on both sides.
  448. To take away the pedestal and the halo from the Buddhist statue.
  449. To take charge of the costume above the waist of the Emperor and the Empress, tray services, and bathing.
  450. To take food from a platter not with the common chopsticks but with personal chopsticks.
  451. To take greater control of manors, Honjo often sent down their retainers to supervise Gesu and Kumon.
  452. To take over as the reign of a samurai family, a successor was required to notify and to be approved as the heir and son by the head family beforehand (the family of the Tokugawa Shogun was the head family of all the daimyo families).
  453. To take responsibility for these treasures from the previous Emperor and maintain them was believed to be a proof of the legitimate Emperor.
  454. To take the case of Christianity as an example, the question of whether Mark (the evangelist) wrote the Gospel of Mark himself or was simply a translator for Peter is the subject of historical study.
  455. To take the place of Iemori YAMAZAKI, Noriyori ARIMA of Yokosuka Domain in Totomi Province who was originally from Settsu Arima clan and was also a busho (Japanese military commander) of the East camp entered into Sanda-jo Castle as a feudal lord with 20,000 koku.
  456. To take them off, follow the opposite order.
  457. To tap chopsticks on utensils, etc. to line up the tips of chopsticks.
  458. To teach them in school was forbidden by the General Headquarters (GHQ), but judo was adopted in 1950 and kendo in 1952 as optional training aids in the junior high schools of the new education system by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
  459. To that end, while continuing to read the classics according to the study of kunko handed down from before the Sui and Tang periods, they more straightforwardly emphasized the oneness of the sages and the reader to build the assumption that the minds of the reader and the sage are uniform.
  460. To that remark, Kiyomasa is said to have replied, 'I myself want it light, but if I wear these like this, my retainers follow suit and never fail to be prepared for a battle.'
  461. To that, Kiyomasa is said to have advised, 'If you don't like it, then go back to your province and prepare for battles.'
  462. To the Council of the Left
  463. To the Emperor who showed up in Seiryoden (an imperial summer house) or Shishinden (a hall for state ceremonies), Shikiji-kugyo (high-ranked nobles engaged in submission of reports to the Emperor) of Daijokan (the Grand Council of State) submitted sobun (reports to the Emperor) to receive chokusai (an imperial decision).
  464. To the Emperor.
  465. To the Japanese mainland (Taisho period)
  466. To the Kamakura side, he reported that ' although this is not what I wanted, the Cloistered Emperor obliged me to take the charge insisting that my frequent contributions should not be negligible.'
  467. To the Nijo faction, now that Shinzei had been eliminated, they no longer had any use for Nobuyori and others of the Goshirakawa Insei faction.
  468. To the Toba-dono PalaceFive or six cavalry rushedIn a gust of autumn wind
  469. To the base board, gorgeous gold-sprinkled lacquerware is sometimes provided.
  470. To the city... It depicts the practitioner of austerities (his appearance has changed from a child to Hotei osho (a legendary monk called Hotei, who is said to have lived during the Tang period in China)), who has achieved enlightenment, going out into the town and playing with another child; it represents Hotei osho leading the path to enlightenment.
  471. To the contrary, Gohyakumangoku, which is good for fruity finishing, has a comparatively small grain and, therefore, if it is polished up to 35%, there is a risk that the grains will be crushed.
  472. To the contrary, Suo Province, which had been obtained as a key financial source during the Chogen era, was taken away to provide for Hossho-ji Temple.
  473. To the contrary, Tsunemoto was confined to the Saemon-no-fu (office of the Imperial Police) for libel.
  474. To the contrary, festivals in and after September, if held in July under the lunar calendar, are often treated according to summer festivals.
  475. To the contrary, in eastern Japan such as Kanto and Tohoku regions, the amount of rainfall is bigger in the period of akisame (autumnal rain) that in the period of baiu.
  476. To the contrary, some Shogun presented Kiri-mon, that they received from the Emperor, to their own followers who served them well.
  477. To the contrary, the light of the Milky Way in winter is so faint that you will have difficulty finding it.
  478. To the east of the ticket gate is a pathway in the south-north direction below the railway, which leads to the Anshu area, Kyoto Prefectural Rakuto High School, Yamashina Canal (Lake Biwa Canal), etc.
  479. To the east side of the rectangular frontage part, which is also the orientation toward Miwa-yama Mountain, there is Konpira-yama Mountain Tumulus, which is the largest circular-shaped Tumulus in Kinki region with the diameter of the circle in 95m.
  480. To the east, he conquered fifty-five countries of Emishi (northern/northeastern barbarians).'
  481. To the east: Ayabe City
  482. To the east: Imadegawa-dori Street (Kyoto Prefectural Road 101 Ginkakuji-Utano Line) leads to Demachiyanagi, Hyakumanben Intersection and Ginkakuji-dori Street.
  483. To the eastern regional allies, INA no Iwasuki, FUMI no Kusuri, and OSHISAKA no Omaro were sent.
  484. To the envoy, Yoshimori answered 'I have no grudge against my lord. Because Soshu (Yoshitoki) were behaving outrageously so I am sending a message to find out the reason'.
  485. To the first executive office responsible for the actual management, nominated were Senei IKENOBO (Ikenobo School) as Vice Chairperson, Sofu TESHIGAHARA (Sogetsuryu) as Administrative Director, Houn OHARA (Ohararyu) as Deputy Administrative Director, and Tadao YAMAMOTO (Ikenobo) as Consultant.
  486. To the front, to the back, right and left, from here and there, he moves like a swallow and finally, "the devil Benkei" gives up.
  487. To the judge Keishu Tetsuso, he presented a cane.
  488. To the left and right of Amida Nyorai is a Kannon bodhisattva statue holding up lotus-shaped pedestals on which the dead are placed to a Seiji bodhisattva statue with its hands together in prayer, with most of the remaining 23 bodhisattvas depicted playing musical instruments.
  489. To the left of the principal image is a statue of Amida Nyorai with the hands forming jobon gesho mudra (hand gesture of Upper grade: lower birth).
  490. To the limited express fee for the section of the Tohoku Shinkansen line you ride, the limited express fee corresponding to the travel distance on the regular railway line is added.
  491. To the messenger that Tadachika NAKAYAMA sent, Shigemori expressed his gratitude saying that 'my long-time desire came true and I was extremely pleased.'
  492. To the modern state
  493. To the north along Yasuragino-chi Street are Nara Kitamachi, Konoike Athletic Park, Nara Television and Nara-Dreamland.
  494. To the north is located the mountain famous for '妙' and '法' in Gozan Okuribi (the bonfires for sending back the spirits of the dead in the five mountains) (on this mountain, the bonfires are shaped in the forms of the Chinese characters of 妙 and 法).
  495. To the north lies Bishamon-do (Monzeki) Temple.
  496. To the north of Taga-jo Castle were places that produced gold sand and iron sand.
  497. To the north of the Hojo (the chief priest's room) lie the mausoleums of Emperor Kameyama and Emperor Gosaga administrated by Imperial Household Agency.
  498. To the north of the main monastery lies a valley named Sengyokukan, which is spanned by, from west to east, the three bridges Gaun-kyo Bridge, Tsuten-kyo Bridge and Engetsu-kyo Bridge (Important Cultural Property).
  499. To the north of the main sanctuary stands Jinmei-gu Shrine which was relocated from the Nijo family estate and enshrines Amaterasu Omikami.
  500. To the north side of the main shrine is Mount Miya (Omiwa-jinja Shrine).
  501. To the north: Karasuma-dori Street (National Route 367) leads to Karasuma-Kitaoji and Ohara (Kyoto City).
  502. To the north: Kyotango City and Ine-cho, Yosa-gun
  503. To the north: Maizuru City, Miyazu City, and Kaya-cho in Yosa-gun
  504. To the northeast of the intersection lies Doshisha University and the Imadegawa Campus of Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts, creating the atmosphere of a students' quarter.
  505. To the northwest is the downtown area but to the southeast, there is only the Tokaido Road (Sanjo-dori Street), heading over the mountains.
  506. To the northwest of the city stands Mt. Genji (92 meters high), which then passes behind the Kamakura Great Buddha and reaches Inamuragasaki.
  507. To the paste, add a suitable amount of juice squeezed from the fruit.
  508. To the question by Chunagon (middle counselor) FUJIWARA no Nagate, Naramaro answered, 'Because of the tyranny of the government, I was going to rise an army and make representations after that.'
  509. To the question, 'Oh, are you going out?,' someone might answer, 'Yeah, I'm just going out for a minor business...'
  510. To the rear left of the kame-shima is a stone arrangement in the shape of Mt. Penglai (China).
  511. To the rear right of the Mt. Penglai stone arrangement is a round lantern of the same shape but half the size of that on the kame-shima island that gives the impression of depth.
  512. To the recommendation for him to shave off his whiskers, Kiyomasa declined, saying, 'I feel comfortable when my beard touch the cheek protector of my armor', by which he came to be seen as a staunch Busho.
  513. To the right of the principal image is another raden zushi which houses a statue of Fudo Myoo that is hidden from the public.
  514. To the shoen that enhanced its integrity by the enclosure measures, the myoden system (field naming system) was adopted, and Ikkoku heikinyaku (taxes and labor uniformly imposed on shoen and kogugaryo (territory governed by provincial government office) in a province) to shoen and kokugaryo came to be enforced.
  515. To the side of this is a standing tsuru-ishi stone in the shape of a crane.
  516. To the south is Makimuku-kofun Tumulus Cluster.
  517. To the south of Yamashina Station and across Keihan Yamashina Station is a rotary for buses (Keihan Bus, etc.) and taxis (see the section on Keihan Yamashina Station with respect to the bus routes entering the bus terminal).
  518. To the south of the pilgrim's entrance, Keigamon Gate, it is surrounded by a Horiwari.
  519. To the south of the station there is a prominent viaduct of the Keinawa Expressway, which represents the development progress that the station has witnessed.
  520. To the south: Karasuma-dori Street (National Route 367) leads to Karasuma-Gojo and Nara City.
  521. To the south: Maizuru City and Fukuchiyama City
  522. To the southeast of the intersection lies Kyoto Gosho (Kyoto Imperial Palace).
  523. To the southeast of the station lies Mt. Kasagi-yama (Kyoto Prefecture), where Tsubakimoto-jinja Shrine and the site of Emperor Godaigo Anzaisho's lodge are located.
  524. To the study on 'jungakuri' (pure theories)
  525. To the variorum based on the Oshima-bon manuscript
  526. To the west and south: Fukuchiyama City
  527. To the west of the Shin-den stands the four-legged Shikyaku-mon gate (for imperial visits) which was relocated from the old palace of Empress Meisho's Chukamonin and managed to avoid the fire of 1893.
  528. To the west of the main hall is the south-facing Yakushi-ji Temple.
  529. To the west of these buildings is the 'Mototadasuno-ike Pond' that is fed by a spring and in which stands a mihashira torii (mitsutorii).
  530. To the west, he subjugated sixty-six countries of Shui (western barbarians).'
  531. To the west: Imadegawa-dori Street (Kyoto Prefectural Road 101 Ginkakuji-Utano Line) leads to Senbon-Imadegawa and Kitano-Hakubai-cho.
  532. To the west: Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun
  533. To the western edge of the Mittanseki tearoom is an engawa veranda separated by a translucent sliding screen, to the south is a ten tatami mat sized room separated by an opaque sliding screen, to the northeast is the host's tea preparation area, and on the west of the northern wall is an alcove.
  534. To the world's 'sushi'
  535. To their practice, the association claimed that only the somen produced in Miwa can be called 'Miwa Somen.'
  536. To their surprise, Taheiji and his wife live there.
  537. To this Imperial letter, Iemochi responded that he would carry out exclusion of foreigners in April of 1863.
  538. To this Michinaga responded 'Why must a man stop at one wife?
  539. To this are added an otoshi (appetizer), deep-fried and steamed foods, aemono (vegetables and fish in various dressings), vinegared dishes, pickles, and fruit.
  540. To this day, Tsunemoto's piled stone tomb remains behind the main shrine building.
  541. To this day, it is still believed in the local areas of Okayama.
  542. To this day, some of the wooden face is still known as the Enko-ji Temple Typeface, and can be found within the temple.
  543. To this day, there are still shops signed as '... mochi' (... rice cake) that also offer udon (wheat noodles), sushi, ohagi (rice ball coated with sweetened red beans, soybean flour or sesame).
  544. To this day, there still exists a yabu (bushes in English) known as 'Akechi-yabu' to protect the embankments; today, the monitoring of water levels by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism all stem from his works.
  545. To this day, they still use original Utai-bon published by Nohgakushorin.
  546. To this day, you can see a Kikuka-monsho at the entrance of Japanese diplomatic missions abroad as the national emblem.
  547. To this end, it tried to bring a strong legal basis for han control through the return of lands and people to the Emperor.
  548. To this end, title for the wife of the monarch with the title that is translated as 'Kotei' is also translated as 'Kogo.'
  549. To this villa Kanezane then invited Honen to come and preach Buddhist sermons there; the villa became the historic spot where Kanezane took the tonsure and became a priest, with Honen as his Kaishi (a priest who initiates the new believer into the Buddhist priesthood).
  550. To this, Masako replied that 'there is no one in the world who feels deeper sadness than a nun.'
  551. To thoroughly rule the people, bureaucrats were deployed near the smallest administrative units.
  552. To those shoryo, gokenin (personal retainers of the shogun) were appointed as shugo (protectors, or military governors) or jito (stewards), and a strong system of government was constructed based on their military forces.
  553. To those who drink sake this seems mere a theory in his head or a political thesis out of touch with the real society.
  554. To those words of Iemitsu, it is said that Masamune immediately responded saying, "there is no way anyone here has objection to your lord, of course Masamune as well," and everyone presented at the inauguration prostrated themselves.
  555. To threaten the soldiers in the castle and Yodo-dono in particular, who were unfamiliar with wars, he made his soldiers give a shout of victory at 8 PM, 0 AM, and 4 AM, and made cannons (ishibiya (guns with stones as bullets), and artillery) fire at 10 PM, 2 AM, and 6 AM.
  556. To thrust food into one's mouth with chopsticks.
  557. To tie a fundoshi, place one end on the left shoulder and let the other end drop to the floor in front of the genitals, pass it through your legs, wrap it around your body from the coccyx in anti-clockwise direction, allow it to intersect with the part which runs vertically (tate-fundoshi), and hold it temporarily.
  558. To tie them, put one of the back straps (referred to as [b] below) on the center of the front strap [a] and put the other one (referred to as [c] below) on it.
  559. To transfer trains to Kawaramachi Station (Kyoto Prefecture) on the Hankyu Kyoto Line, it's necessary to go up to the ground level, cross Shijo-ohashi Bridge and then descend to the underground station of the Hankyu Railway.
  560. To transfer, it is necessary to go up to ground level and cross the Shijo-Ohashi Bridge.
  561. To turn the tide, Ujimasa offered a vassalage to Nobunaga ODA who was building up the momentum by forcing Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple to surrender.
  562. To understand Munenori through these works may cause confusion about his character.
  563. To unveil the true lessons: One must study the Larger Sutra of the Buddha on Immeasurable Life.
  564. To unveil, with steadfast devotion, the true understanding: It is a wonderful state achieved through Amida's pure benefiting of others; it is the ultimate flowering of supreme nirvana.
  565. To upkeep rare animals seems to have been one of its official duties.
  566. To use a dye produced by fermenting a raw material such as indigo, the dyeing process must be performed in a hot and humid environment so as to activate the enzyme, so the work is generally done in the summer.
  567. To use a pair of chopsticks each of which is of different kind and/or material.
  568. To use the card, you're requested to be a J-WEST Card member, and the commuter pass function can be added to SMART ICOCA.
  569. To use the colors on the bowl used in double boiling, put water on the brush and dissolve the minimum amount necessary in the bowl; and sometimes a little glue is added in this case.
  570. To use the ticket after the purchase in advance, users can decide the date of use and mark the ticket by scratching it.
  571. To usher in the new year, the Rokujo estate was as beautiful and splendid as if it were the Pure Land in this world.
  572. To visit Kyoto from the east region of Japan, visitors had to cross this Seta River or the Biwa-ko Lake.
  573. To visit Manshuin-michi Road, another alternative to the actual Kirara-zaka Slope, walk to the east (in the direction of the mountain) from Ichijoji Station on the Eizan Line of Eizan Electric Railway or from the Ichijoji-Sagari-Matsucho bus stop of Kyoto City Bus and turn left in front of Ichijoji-Sagari-Matsu.
  574. To visit Mt. Miwa without climbing, viewing and worshipping it out of Haiden (a hall of worship) of Omiwa-jinja Shrine is possible.
  575. To visit Skyland Ikoma by train, get off at Kintetsu Ikoma Station and transfer to a cable car at the connecting Toriimae Station.
  576. To visit the countries that had a treaty with Japan, and submit the official letters to the heads of these countries.
  577. To visit the imperial court, needless to say, people had to dismount their horses or alight from their palanquins at Miyamon gate (a court gate), which manner was followed by visitors to shrines and temples.
  578. To visit, it is necessary to obtain permission from the Imperial Household Agency's Kyoto office by mail or direct application or through an internet application beforehand.
  579. To vow 'ritsu,' (meaning to vow to keep codes of discipline which govern the Buddhist monastic life), a rite must be performed in front of more than 10 qualified priests and nuns; this is Jukai.
  580. To wage an all-out counter-offensive to this move, the three men sent troops to Yamato in May and June.
  581. To walk towards the Kabah in Mecca.
  582. To watch its state and record its change.
  583. To watch the Milky Way, you should look for the clear sky on a moonless night from an altitude as high as possible ar from urban areas.
  584. To watch their wedding ceremony, lots of people bought television that had been still expensive in those days.
  585. To wear a mask on the face is called "omote wo kakeru" (lit. to hang a mask).
  586. To wear a yugake is called "yugake wo sasu" (insert a yugake).
  587. To wear ikan, you first wear underwear, then sashinuki, hitoe (a single layer of kimono), and ho.
  588. To which Yoshihisa WASHIO answered, "A deer can cross the road during winter."
  589. To work up an appetite, it is consumed as is (red wine mixed with lemonade) as a medicine, or it is mixed with other preparations to make it easier to drink, so it is also used in diet for hypertension and so on.
  590. To write and read senmyo documents, knowledge about Chinese language is needed.
  591. To your evil mind, only an evil god will respond, even when you pray to a fine god.
  592. To' is an abbreviation of 'sotoba' or 'toba' and originally referred to five-storey and three-storey pagodas but came to refer to any tall, narrow structure which tapers to a point at the top such as Tokyo Tower.
  593. To-in Daishi Do, Kara-mon gate, Kanjodo (The hall for holding the ceremony to pour holy water on the head of a monk), Yotsuashimon Gate
  594. To-ji (name of a temple) kabu (turnip)
  595. To-ji Choja
  596. To-ji Choja Bunin (records of To-ji Choja (the chief abbot of To-ji Temple)), which is also called To-ji Choja Shidai, is a set of documents describing the personnel affairs of past To-ji Choja.
  597. To-ji Choja Bunin (records of the To-ji Choja (the chief abbot of To-ji Temple))
  598. To-ji Choja is simply called Choja as an official name, but Choja is often called To-ji Choja because Choja is confused with uji no choja (the head of the clan).
  599. To-ji Choja is the chief abbot of To-ji Temple (Kyoogokoku-ji Temple), and acts as its manager and Kami (director).
  600. To-ji Choja is the highest-ranking authority of the Shingon sect.
  601. To-ji Choja then acted as the Great Ajari for Shichinichi no Mishiho (seven days' secret ceremony of severe prayer), and started to strengthen its role as a representative of the sect.
  602. To-ji Homotsukan Museum
  603. To-ji Hyakugo Monjo Document (National Treasure)
  604. To-ji Kanchiin Shogyorui ? 15,402 items
  605. To-ji Monjo (Rikugei-no-bu) ? 91 scrolls
  606. To-ji National Treasures Exhibit (Special Illustrated Edition) Edited by Kyoto National Museum, To-ji Temple, and Asahi Shimbun, 1995
  607. To-ji Temple
  608. To-ji Temple (Kyoo Gokoku-ji Temple) (Minami-ku Ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture): The Kamakura period (1240); a small Gojunoto
  609. To-ji Temple (Kyoogokoku-ji Temple)
  610. To-ji Temple (Kyoogokoku-ji Temple) (Minami-ku Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture): The Edo period (1644); 54.8 m tall (tallest of them constructed before modern times in Japan)
  611. To-ji Temple - Grand head temple of the Toji Shingon sect (東寺真言宗総本山)
  612. To-ji Temple Denpo Gakuin (in the Kyoogokoku-ji Temple)
  613. To-ji Temple Homotsu-kan
  614. To-ji Temple Homotsu-kan (in the Kyoogokoku-ji Temple)
  615. To-ji Temple Mie-do in Kyoto: The seated statue of wooden Fudo Myoo (Heian period, national treasure)
  616. To-ji Temple Shingon Sect
  617. To-ji Temple certificate of Tendai lineage
  618. To-ji Temple in Kyoto City.
  619. To-ji Temple was also provided with the name of Kyoogokoku-ji Temple.
  620. To-ji Temple was granted to Kobo Daishi Kukai and flourished as the central training center of Shingon Esoteric Buddhism.
  621. To-ji Temple was put in charge by Jitsue, Kongobu-ji Temple by Shinzen, Jingo-ji Temple by Shinzei, Ansho-ji Temple (Kyoto City) by Eun, Ninna-ji Temple was founded by Kanpyo Hoo (an abdicated emperor who had joined a Buddhist order); (寛平法皇) (Emperor Uda) by Shobo, Enjo-ji Temple by Yakushin and so on.
  622. To-ji Temple, (Kyo-gokoku-ji Temple) from Hachijo to Kujo
  623. To-ji Temple.
  624. To-ji Temple: Kondo (a main hall), "Goju no to" (a five-story pagoda), Taishi-do Temple and Renge-mon Gate
  625. To-ji officially has two names, "Konkoumyo Shitenno Kyoogokoku-ji Himitsudenpoin" and "Miroku Yahatasan Soji Fukenin," in addition to "To-ji, Temple of the Daishi" Kyoogokoku-ji Temple.
  626. To-ji' doesn't refer to the street but instead to To-ji Temple.
  627. To-ji, located in Kujo-cho, Minami Ward, Kyoto, is the head temple of the To-ji Shingon Sect that has connections to Kobo Daishi Kukai.
  628. To-no-shima
  629. To-o (cambogia): A pigment extracted from resin of Guttiferae plants, and exhibits reddish yellow.
  630. To1 and To 2 were scrapped before 1942.
  631. Toa Kinema
  632. Toa Kinema (Toa, established in 1923- purchased in November 1932) is a Japanese film company that once existed.
  633. Toa Kinema' was established in December 1923 by Yachiyo Life Insurance Company, one of so-called 'Taisho bubble' companies, when it embarked on the movie business and purchased 'Koyo Kinema' located in Koyoen, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  634. Toa School of Foreign Affairs (1944; today's Reitaku University)
  635. Toa Vocational School opened in April 1942.
  636. Toa shisho
  637. Toa-Dobunshoin
  638. Toa-dobunkai (1898-1946) was a private diplomatic group which used to be in Japan.
  639. Toa-dobunkai (Toa-dobunkai nationalism group)
  640. Toa-dobunkai established Toa-Dobunshoin University in Shanghai and Tokyo Dobunshoin in Tokyo (the former educated Japanese students living in China while the latter was a higher education institution which accepted Chinese students living in Japan).
  641. Toa-kai
  642. Toan TEJIMA
  643. Toan TEJIMA (June 12, 1718 - March 8, 1786) was a moral philosopher who lived in the mid-Edo period.
  644. Toba (Kyoto City) is located 3km south of Heian kyo and at the confluence of the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa River water system) and Katsura-gawa River, and was a traffic choke point where the Sanyodo also run through.
  645. Toba (Old Toba-mura)
  646. Toba (an area in Rakugai [Outskirts of Kyoto])
  647. Toba (sanjunoto) of Kongoin Temple [Maizuru City]
  648. Toba (stupa) (tahoto [literally, multi-treasure pagoda]) of Hoto-ji Temple
  649. Toba (tahoto) of Jojakko-ji Temple [Saga Ogurayama-cho, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City]
  650. Toba City (Mie Prefecture)
  651. Toba Domain (joshu)=>Sanda Domain (joshukaku); 36,000 koku, tozama; Yanagi no ma=>Kiku no ma
  652. Toba Domain: Toba-jo Castle
  653. Toba Rikyu (Toba Imperial villa)
  654. Toba Rikyu (also known as Toba-dono Palace) was constructed in 1086 to serve as a residence for the Emperor Shirakawa following his abdication.
  655. Toba Rikyu was made of Mianmi-dono, Izumi-dono, Kita-dono, Baba-dono, Higashi-dono, Tanaka-dono, etc.
  656. Toba Rikyu was used as a villa by generations of "Daijo-Tenno" (retired emperors) from the 12th to around the 14th century.
  657. Toba Rikyu, which was built by the Retired Emperor Shirakawa in the 11th century, was the place of his cloister government.
  658. Toba attempted to overthrow the bakufu with armed force since he thought the bakufu was in an insecure condition without having the Seii Taishogun, but his forces lost the battle against the bakufu. (The Jokyu War)
  659. Toba dried salmon
  660. Toba is also known as the place where Emperor Goshirakawa was confined by on orders of TAIRA no Kiyomori after the coup of 1179.
  661. Toba no Tsukurimichi (Toba New Road) was an ancient road from Rajo-mon gate, the entrance to the Suzaku-oji Street running through north to south in the center of Heian-kyo, to Yodo through Toba (Kyoto City).
  662. Toba no Tsukurimichi (an ancient road from Heian-kyo [the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto] to Yodo through Toba [Kyoto City])
  663. Toba of Injo-ji Temple [Honpojimae-cho, Senbondori Rozanji-agaru, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City]
  664. Toba refers to a name of an area which was called Tobago, Toba no sho (Toba manor) and so on that once belonged to Kii County, Yamashiro Province located in the outskirts of Kyoto.
  665. Toba's fire festival (February 16, 2004)
  666. Toba-go
  667. Toba-in asked Ayame-no-mae about the situation, but she just turned red with embarrassment, and did not give any clear answer.
  668. Toba-in had Prince Narihito become crown prince for Emperor Sutoku, the emperor at that time, on September 25 of the same year, forced Emperor Sutoku to abdicate from the crown on January 12, 1142, and let Emperor Konoe assume the throne.
  669. Toba-in was impressed with this poem, and handed Ayame-no-mae over to Yorimasa.
  670. Toba-kaido Road
  671. Toba-kaido Road, which is famous for the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, is more than two kilometers west of this station.
  672. Toba-kaido Station - Tofukuji Station - Shichijo Station
  673. Tobacco
  674. Tobacco is smoked as follows:
  675. Tobae was included.
  676. Tobae: Caricatures depicting long-limbed human characters.
  677. Tobakaido Station
  678. Tobakaido Station, located in Shimo-Takamatsu-cho, Fukuine, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a railway facility on the Keihan Main Line of the Keihan Electric Railway.
  679. Tobaku, a position to overthrow the Shogunate
  680. Tobakuha issued the order of Imperial court to domains to come up to the capital, Kyoto, but few responded as most of them remained watching the drastically changing political situation.
  681. Toban attempted to invade again in the same year, but Joshi KOKUSHI held them off at Ryohigawa.
  682. Tobani
  683. Tobani is a typical Shippoku cuisine in Nagasaki Prefecture.
  684. Tobanshu (rapporteurs) shall not make any report to the shogun without consulting moshitsugi.
  685. Tobari was partly raised on the south side, and minor court ladies helped it from inside as they fixed the edge of the Tobari in the shape of the Chinese character for eight with needles.
  686. Tobarikyu-ato (remains of the Toba Detached Palace)
  687. Tobata Gion Oyamagasa Festival (January 28, 1980)
  688. Tobatsu Bishamonten
  689. Tobatsu Bishamonten (National Treasure) is now kept in the Homotsukan Museum.
  690. Tobe-no-yashiro Shrine
  691. Tobei KUNITOMO
  692. Tobei YAMAGUCHIYA
  693. Tobi ishi (stepping stones)
  694. Tobi ishi are stones with a flat top that are laid along a garden path toward the direction of forward movement.
  695. Tobi no mono (fire fighters) and followers of Akama fights with each other violently on Hanamizu-bashi Bridge (actually Eidai-bashi Bridge).
  696. Tobi-gashira responds to the kakegoe: "Matte-ita towa Arigatei." (Thank you for waiting)
  697. Tobi-za, Yuzaki-za, Sakado-za, and Enmai-za, which were the Yamato Sarugaku (literally "Japanese Monkey Music") established during Muromachi Period, were collectively called Yamato-shiza (literally "Japanese four Theatres").
  698. Tobihino-enchi Park
  699. Tobiko
  700. Tobiko is mainly used for sushi item and eaten in chirashizushi (vinegared rice topped with sliced raw fish, shrimp, egg, vegetables, and others) and gunkan-maki roll (vinegared rice topped with various ingredients rolled in a sheet of dried laver).
  701. Tobiko is one kind of processed fish eggs.
  702. Tobiko is smaller than salmon roe and an assembly of transparent, golden small spherical eggs.
  703. Tobiko is the salted roe of the flying fish.
  704. Tobiko' is also written as 'Tobikko,' but sold in the name of such as 'Tobiran' because 'Tobikko' is a registered trademark of the product by a fish processing company, Kanetoku (HQ is in Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture).
  705. Tobintori or tobinkakoi
  706. Tobira-e of the Hoo-do Hall of Byodo-in Temple (around 1053)
  707. Tobiroppo (a performing technique of exiting the stage by leaping)
  708. Tobiroppo refers to a performing technique in Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) to raise the excitement by taking big sideways jumps when an actor exits the stage.
  709. Tobishoku
  710. Tobishoku (same as hikiya [a workman who moves a whole building without demolishing] and yarikata [a workman who make a rough design before building]) generally means a workman specializing in working in high places in the construction industry.
  711. Tobishoku is a worker mainly engaged in building houses using timber framework method.
  712. Tobishoku is also called machitobi and machibatobi.
  713. Tobishoku is called tobi (a black kite) because it literally flew from one beam (structure) to another one at the time of muneage (ridgepole-raising).
  714. Tobishoku is collectively called 'steeplejack and navvy' since it is engaged in foundation work including jigyo (the part under the foundation) and basic kenchiishidumi (kenchiishi stone masonry work) in machiba (the housing market in which local workmen engaged in constructing traditional wooden buildings).
  715. Tobishoku mainly carries on the traditional performing arts such as shishimai (lion dance), hashigonori (ladder-top stunt), and matoimai (dance using firemen's flags) with the rewards since there are no officially registered jobs today such as kagura dancer (Shinto theatrical dancer) and machihikeshi.
  716. Tobishoku sometimes wear flare pants, jikatabi (split-toes heavy cloth shoes with rubber soles), tekko (covering for the back side of the hand and the wrist), and kyahan (foot cover).
  717. Tobitei (style including leaps between verses)
  718. Tobiuo chikuwa (flying-fish chikuwa)
  719. Tobosaku (Noh)
  720. Tobu Culture Hall
  721. Tobu Fire Station Wazuka Office
  722. Tobu Railway Co., Ltd.
  723. Tobu Tojo Main Line
  724. Tobu tori no Asuka no kawa no kamitsuse ni Ishibashi watashi shimotsuse ni uchihashi watasu ishibashi ni oinabikeru (On the Asuka River, where the birds fly, in the upper shoals there is a bridge of stone, and in the lower shoals a bridge of wood: The gem weed that grows on the bridge of stone) (omitted) (2-194)
  725. Tobu tori no Asuka no sato wo Okite inaba Kimi ga atari wa Miezu ka mo aramu (If I depart and leave behind, the village of Asuka, where the birds fly, I shall no longer be able to see the place where you abide) (1-78)
  726. Tobu tori no Asukano kawa no Kamitsuse ni Ouru Tamamo ha Shimotsuse ni nagare furau Tamamo nasu (In the River of Asuka, the gemweed growing along the upper shallows are touching each other by swinging in the flow toward lower shallows)(omitted)(2-194)
  727. Tobushijomae Station was established.
  728. Tocha (a tea competition)
  729. Tocha was mentioned as 'Cha kafuki' in ''Senke Shichiji Shiki" (Seven-Event Style of House of Sen) which was written in the seventeenth century.
  730. Tocha, which came to be regarded as part of Japanese tea ceremony, became incorporated into it.
  731. Tochi chosa jigyo (land research project)
  732. Tochi chosa jigyo (land research project) refers to the land research and land measurement project conducted in Taiwan and Korea which were under the control of Japan.
  733. Tochi mochi (conker rice cake)
  734. Tochi mochi (rice cake made with Japanese horse-chestnut)
  735. Tochi mochi has tinges of yellow ocher and brown compared to a rice cake made from only glutinous rice, and has unique bitterness.
  736. Tochi mochi is a rice cake made by steaming conkers after removal of harshness with glutinous rice and then pounding them.
  737. Tochi mochi is eaten with sugar, by dressing or wrapping it with bean jam, or with salt which is soaked in tea.
  738. Tochi mochi was important foodstuffs once in the mountain village where rice is hardly grown.
  739. Tochi no Himemiko (653 [Some say 648] - May 3, 678) was the first Princess of Emperor Tenmu (Mother was Nukata no Okimi) and the lawful wife of Prince Otomo (Otomo no Oji) (Emperor Kobun).
  740. Tochi no Himemiko (also pronounced Toichi no Himemiko)
  741. Tochi no Himemiko fled to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region) accompanying Prince Otomo who was defeated in the Jinshin Rebellion, however, she was pregnant at that time.
  742. Tochi no Himemiko was at the age of around 30 when she died and, about this sudden and mysterious death, there are theories that she killed herself and that she was assassinated.
  743. Tochi-mochi
  744. Tochi-mochi (Japanese-horse-chestnut mochi)
  745. Tochibuki
  746. Tochigi Normal School (the faculty of liberal arts of Utsunomiya University)
  747. Tochigi Oya-ji Temple - Senju Kannon (the Buddhist stone images of Oya) (a special historic site, important cultural property)
  748. Tochigi Prefecture
  749. Tochigi Prefecture conducted a meeting of arbitration of the mining pollution, and offered a composition that the Furukawa side should pay money to the peasants in around 1893 and carry out some measures to eliminate the pollution by the end of June, 1896.
  750. Tochigi Prefecture: 'Coco Farm & Winery' (Ashikaga City)
  751. Tochigi Rinno-ji Temple (Tachiki Kannon) - Senju Kannon Ryuzo Statue (千手観音立像) (an important cultural property)
  752. Tochigi Youth Normal School (the faculty of liberal arts of Utsunomiya University)
  753. Tochigi sake 44
  754. Tochigi Terayama Kannon-ji Temple - Senju Kannon oyobi Ryowakijizo (千手観音及両脇侍像) (an important cultural property)
  755. Tochikenpei or tax collection sometimes involved violence and when the dispute over lands happened, both parties concerned were sometimes levied doubly by tenant farmers.
  756. Tochinoki-go (Kintetsu Bus/Kantou Jidousya (Tochigi Prefecture))
  757. Tocho
  758. Tocho (male, 1748-May 13, 1816) was a Japanese painter and tenkokuka (artist of seal engraving).
  759. Tochokufu (official document to enforce the Emperor's order)
  760. Tochokufu refers to a Daijokanpu (the official documents of the Daijokan, the office of the supreme political leader) to deliver and enforce the order of the Emperor.
  761. Tochu-goe Pass (Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture and Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture)
  762. Toda or Tosya: serpent, tei (丁), fire (yin), summer, southeast
  763. Todai-ji Daikanjin-so Gyoyu Jihitsu Shojo (A handwritten letter from Todai-ji Chief Kanjin [fundraising] Priest Gyoyu to Nenyo Goshi [secretary monk who during this time took responsibility for running the actual affairs of the various central government offices]) dated September 16
  764. Todai-ji Gakuen
  765. Todai-ji Gyonen Senjutsu Shoshorui Jihitsu-bon (Todai-ji Selection of Commentaries on Buddhist Scriptures etc. by Gyonen) (9 types)
  766. Todai-ji Kaidan-in Sashizu (Instruction of Todai-ji Kaidan-in)
  767. Todai-ji Kenmotsu Cho: Catalogs made when Empress Komyo dedicated articles associated with the late Emperor Shomu, among others, to Great Buddha in Todai-ji Temple.
  768. Todai-ji Library
  769. Todai-ji Medical and Educational Center
  770. Todai-ji Monjo (100 rolled scrolls [with 979 mounted letters]), 8516 single-sheets
  771. Todai-ji Nuhi Genrai Cho (The Records of the Characteristics of the New Todai-ji Slaves)
  772. Todai-ji Sosho-hitsu Shogyo narabini Shoroku Bon (Todai-ji Collection of Buddha's Teaching and Excerpts written by Sosho) (24 types)
  773. Todai-ji Temple
  774. Todai-ji Temple (Hokke-do Hall, Tegai-mon Gate, etc.), Shoso (warehouse) of Shoso-in Treasure Repository, Toshodai-ji Temple (Kon-do Hall [main hall of the temple], Ko-do Hall [hall used for ritual, instruction and reading sutras], etc.), Horyu-ji Temple (Yumedono [the Hall of Visions], etc.).
  775. Todai-ji Temple (Kegon Sect, Nara City)
  776. Todai-ji Temple (Kegon sect) Kon-do Honzon is a Vairocana (famous as the Big Buddha), Yakushi-ji Temple (Hosso-shu sect) Kon-do Honzon is Yakushi-nyorai, Kofuku-ji Temple (Hosso-shu) Chukon-do Honzon is Shakanyorai.
  777. Todai-ji Temple (Nara City)
  778. Todai-ji Temple (Nara City) - Seated Statue of Sogyo Hachimanshin (1201), National Treasure
  779. Todai-ji Temple (Nara City, Nara Prefecture) - Kamakura period, placed at Koke-do, made by Kaikei.
  780. Todai-ji Temple (Nara City, Nara Prefecture) - Kamakura period, placed at Nenbutsu-do, made by Kosei.
  781. Todai-ji Temple (The Great Buddha of Nara)
  782. Todai-ji Temple Daibutsu-den Hall (the Great Buddha hall)
  783. Todai-ji Temple Daikanjin
  784. Todai-ji Temple Fuseya
  785. Todai-ji Temple Great Buddha
  786. Todai-ji Temple Great Buddha hall: Constructed during the Edo period but maintains a daibutsu-yo look.
  787. Todai-ji Temple Hokke-do in Nara: The wooden statue of Fudo Myoo with two youths (the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, an important cultural property)
  788. Todai-ji Temple Nandai-mon Gate - Standing Statue of Kongo Rikishi (1203) Co-produced with Unkei and others, National Treasure
  789. Todai-ji Temple Shunjo-do Hall - Standing Statue of Amida Nyorai (around 1203,) Important Cultural Property
  790. Todai-ji Temple Yoroku Scrolls 1, 2
  791. Todai-ji Temple and TACHIBANA no Naramaro
  792. Todai-ji Temple and the statue of Birushana Buddha, both built in the Tenpyo era, were destroyed by fire during the Jisho-Juei War which took place at the end of the Heian period.
  793. Todai-ji Temple became well-known inside and outside the region as an influential group in Nara; holding many warrior monks, Todai-ji Temple directly petitioned other temples such as Kofuku-ji.
  794. Todai-ji Temple became widely known as a place to learn the six sects of Buddhism.
  795. Todai-ji Temple consequently became recognized as the temple that embraces the teaching of both Kegon and Sanron sects.
  796. Todai-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture
  797. Todai-ji Temple in Yamato Province served as the head of all provincial temples and Hokke-ji Temple served as the head of all provincial nunneries.
  798. Todai-ji Temple in the Nara and Heian Periods
  799. Todai-ji Temple is generally regarded as the kokubun-ji temple (the provincial temple built under the orders of the Emperor), but Manpo-in Temple in Kashihara City is also said to have been the kokubun-ji temple.
  800. Todai-ji Temple monk Sosho entered the temple in 1230.
  801. Todai-ji Temple was constructed on the east side of East Kyogoku-oji Street by the order of Emperor Shomu in 752, while Saidai-ji Temple (located in Nara City) was constructed on the north side of Ukyo by the order of Emperor Shotoku in 765.
  802. Todai-ji Temple was rebuilt through the efforts of Chogen and people organized by him, although they had faced many problems during the construction process.
  803. Todai-ji Temple's Hokke-do Hall (also called "Sangastu-do Hall") and Tengai-mon Gate
  804. Todai-ji Temple, Buddhist temple
  805. Todai-ji Temple, Kokei-do - Standing Statue of Jizo Bosatsu, Important Cultural Property
  806. Todai-ji Temple, Nandai-mon Gate (Chu-mon gate in a back, and Daibutsu-den or the Great Buddha hall)
  807. Todai-ji Temple, bronze standing statue of Shakyamuni's birth (national treasure), Nara period
  808. Todai-ji Temple, seated wooden statue of Miroku Butsu (important cultural property), Heian period
  809. Todai-ji Temple, together with its neighbor Kofuku-ji Temple, suffered devastating damage from a fire caused by TAIRA no Shigehira (Nanto Yakiuchi [the Incident of Heishi's army setting fire to the temples in Nanto]) on January 15, 1181 and lost many buildings including the Great Buddha Hall.
  810. Todai-ji Temple, which had belonged to the Jodo sect since 1868, became independent as the head temple of the Kegon sect in 1886.
  811. Todai-ji Temple, wooden standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu (a work by Kaikei) (important cultural property), Kamakura period
  812. Todai-ji Temple: A World Heritage site, one of the seven great temples of Nara
  813. Todai-ji Temple: Nandai-mon gate (great south gate), Kaisan-do hall (founder's hall), Rai-do (meditation hall) of the Hokke-do hall (Lotus hall), remains from the time of Shunjobo Chogen.
  814. Todai-ji Temple: This temple also has two pagodas and one main hall, but it differs from Yakushi-ji Temple in that its pagodas in the east and west are built outside the corridors.
  815. Todai-ji Yoroku (The Digest Record of Todai-ji Temple)
  816. Todai-ji Yoroku Zokuroku (The Second Edition of 'Todai-ji Yoroku' [The Digest Record of Todai-ji Temple])
  817. Todai-ji and Kofuku-ji Temples were terribly damaged.
  818. Todai-ji is the main temple of the Kegon sect of Buddhism in Zoshi-cho, Nara City, Nara Prefecture in Japan.
  819. Todai-ji is the temple where the Empress Komyo established Hiden-in and Seyaku-in which became initiatives of social work; so there is much social work done even today.
  820. Todai-mon Gate
  821. Todai-mon gate (Important Cultural Property)
  822. Todaiji Manto Kuyo-e (event of offering votive lights to Buddha at Todai-ji Temple), Friday, August 15
  823. Todaiji Temple.
  824. Todaijiyama Kofun Tumulus
  825. Todaijiyama Kofun is a keyhole-shaped tumulus constructed around the late fourth century corresponding to about the middle of the early Kofun period located in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture.
  826. Todaijiyama Tumulus is a large keyhole-shaped tomb mound whose total length is 140 meters long, and was built around the latter half of the fourth century.
  827. Todaiki (a famous chronicle describing the Early Modern age) reported that he had ten thousands koku crop yields in Iu, Ise Province.
  828. Todaimon Gate
  829. Today
  830. Today "oiran" is sometimes used to refer generally to a courtesan or prostitute of that period.
  831. Today "setsugetsuka" is used in poems, popular songs, or Japanese cuisine restaurant names to add the feeling of traditional senses of Japanese beauty.
  832. Today "urabone" is generally called "bone," "obon," "shoryoe," "tamamatsuri," or "kankikai," and the event is still widely held.
  833. Today Chichi no jo is skipped, and Okina and Sanbaso are played respectively by Nohgaku-shi and Kyogen-shi (Kyogen actors).
  834. Today Fushimi-ko-Kyoto-Teishajo-sen, Kyoto Fudo 115 Go (Kyoto Prefectural Road 115) (with the section from Takeda-kaido Jujo-dori to Fukakusa-kagayashiki-cho overlapping with the National Highway Route No. 24) is called Takeda-kaido Road.
  835. Today Gansen-ji Temple is locally called "Bokkasan"in relation with the name of Bokuhansai.
  836. Today Japan is the world's top deficit country regarding tourism.
  837. Today Jodo Shinshu Hongan-ji School and Otani School's Yamashina Betsuin Temple stands on the site, while the ruins of the southern sanctuary stand in the Otani School's Kosho-ji Temple and the remains of the mound standing in Yamashina Central Park.
  838. Today Kamigata rakugo refers to Osaka rakugo as the Kyoto counterpart died out.
  839. Today National Route 27, an arterial road sustaining the economy and the industry of Kita Kinki (Northern Kinki) such as Maizuru City and Obama City, runs through it.
  840. Today Negi is a title for assistants to Guji (chief of those who serve at a shrine, controls festivals and general affairs) and their official rank is lower than Guji and higher than Gonnegi (general staff of a shrine).
  841. Today Ohanjin is deified as a guardian deity of a village as guardians for the community, but was originally a snake god called Rafu in the Indian myth and was feared as a god who brings disasters.
  842. Today Saiho-ji Temple Garden is best known for its moss garden centered around the Ogon-chi (Golden Pond), which is nestled in a grove of trees.
  843. Today Shin-iki mainly signifies an important place.
  844. Today Shiniki can be regarded just as an event site.
  845. Today Shinzaburo ADACHI was ordered to dump the baby boy in the water off Yuigahama beach.
  846. Today Taki mountain range has been designated as a prefectural natural park; it abounds in wild grasses and flowers, alpine plants, birds and animals and so on, and the trails have been developed.
  847. Today Utamaru KATSURA, Danshi TATEKAWA, and Enraku SANYUTEI the fifth are good at Ninjo-banashi.
  848. Today Waki Community Center keeps the personal effects and so on of the Irtysh crew.
  849. Today a fukusa is used to wrap noshi envelope (shugibukuro [special envelope for momentary gifts] or bushugibukuro [special envelope for momentary gifts as condolences] at ceremonial occasions.
  850. Today an alcoholic drink containing a sugar content of in excess of 20% is made in Zhejiang Province, and the yeast mash used to make Shaoxing wine is known as 'linfanjiu.'
  851. Today as a seasoning, it is still one of the necessities of Japanese cuisine.
  852. Today chigomage is not to be seen very often.
  853. Today firearm craftsmanship of Kunitomo is exhibited on the portable shrine used during festivals held by Nagahama Hachiman-gu Shrine as well as the metal fixtures adorning the Nagahama Butsudan altar.
  854. Today four quires of the manuscripts in Teika's own hand are extant in dispersed condition; several pages from the beginning were transcribed by Teika, and the rest of them were done by somebody.
  855. Today he is based in Kyoto, where he energetically participates in solo and group exhibitions in Japan and abroad.
  856. Today he is known by the name of Ranmaru MORI.
  857. Today in 2009, four remaining lines, which are Arashiyama Main Line of Keifuku Electric Railroad, Kitano Line of Keifuku Electric Railroad, Kosaku Line of Keifuku Electric Railroad (Eizan Cable), and Eizan Ropeway, covering 12.8 km, are still in operation.
  858. Today in Japan, Himiko is generally called 'Himiko,' but the precise pronunciation of those days is unknown.
  859. Today in his birthplace, Kamagata-hachimangu Shrine is built, and the spring water allegedly used for Yoshinaka's first bath is found.
  860. Today in most cases, the same person plays both roles of kataudo and omoibito.
  861. Today in this section, the streetlights, traffic lights and signs guiding travelers to the north-south roads are of a unified design.
  862. Today is August 23, 749.
  863. Today it becomes a persimmon field surrounded by rice fields and it is difficult to recognize it as a tumulus.
  864. Today it belongs to Oiwa-kaido Road (Shiga Prefectural road and Otsu-Yodo-sen, Kyoto Fudo 35 Go (Kyoto Prefectural Road 35)).
  865. Today it belongs to a prefectural road (Nakayama-Inari-sen, Kyoto Fudo 201 Go (Kyoto Prefectural Road 201)).
  866. Today it focuses on the teaching of meditation for lay people and has bases for Zen meditation abroad.
  867. Today it has conceded its position as the central north-south avenue to Karasuma-dori Street.
  868. Today it is also called "koi-chaki," as tea utensils for powdered green tea.
  869. Today it is called as 'o-kotoba' (a combination of 'o' as a honorific prefix to be applied before noun or verb and 'kotoba' meaning words) in general.
  870. Today it is commonly pronounced 'Nanboroku,' regardless of the characters.
  871. Today it is conserved in the Ryumon Bunko Library, Jissen Women's University Library and the National Diet Library.
  872. Today it is generally considered that "The Tale of Genji" consists of 54 chapters.
  873. Today it is generally considered that after they became followers of Yamato sovereignty, they served as 'Hayato' (an ancient tribe in Kyushu) (Sokichi TSUDA and others).
  874. Today it is generally distinguished from katsuyama-mage by inserting a cloth under mage.
  875. Today it is often combined with haregi in events like the coming-of-age celebration.
  876. Today it is only seen in very limited Kabuki Buyo (Kabuki Dance) and festivals.
  877. Today it is preserved in the Seikado Bunko Art Museum in Tokyo.
  878. Today it is regarded as a source to be studied in comparison with other important sources such as contemporary diaries, etc.
  879. Today it is seen at the New Year Imperial Poetry Reading Party, certain events in shrines, etc.
  880. Today it is still infused with herbs and drunk as medicinal sake (toso, Yomeishu etc.).
  881. Today it is widely used in the services of the Pure Land Sect, Ji Sect and Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism).
  882. Today it is worn when a woman plays a male role in the dance of suodori (dancing without costume and hairpiece).
  883. Today it remains the only complete translation in French-speaking countries, and the quality of translation is quite excellent; therefore, the work has gained a reputation.
  884. Today it still links the heart of Kyoto City with Fushimi City and serves as a primary highway and is part of the National Highway Route No. 24 leading to Nara City.
  885. Today it's a representative type of ornamental cherry tree, and occasionally it's written as 'Yoshinozakura' (Yoshino cherry).
  886. Today it's popular throughout the country except for Okinawa.
  887. Today it's usual for this station to have many passengers, partly because the surrounding area has been densely populated for many years and because the station is crowded with many tourists on holidays, partly because the station functions as a base for sightseeing to Arashiyama.
  888. Today kabuki performances are held at Osaka Shochiku-za and Kyoto Minami-za several times each year at intervals of a few months.
  889. Today kannabi is said to have become the antetype of tamagaki (fence around a shrine) for Jinja Shinto (Shrine Shinto) together with himorogi.
  890. Today many 'shrines' in Jinja Shinto stand at those holy places worshipped in the idea of ancient Shintoism, and sainokami (guardian deities) were changed from nature or natural elements to humanized divinity called 'mikoto.'
  891. Today miso manufacturers are in all parts of Japan, from Otoineppu-mura in Hokkaido to Yonaguni-cho in Okinawa Prefecture; it proves that miso can be produced without high technology or large capital.
  892. Today more than twenty different denpon (transcribed or published manuscript versions) are extant; they can be broken into two general categories, the kohonkei (old book lineage) and the rufubonkei (widely circulated edition lineage).
  893. Today most of the washbasins called 'chozubachi' belong to this category, and a lot of imitations of 'masterpieces' from 'famous gardens' are appearing on the market.
  894. Today most public restrooms show only a pictogram which suggests man or woman.
  895. Today nearby spots of Yoshimi Kannon are named Yoshimi-machi oaza gosho and it is said the name was associated with Noriyori.
  896. Today one can see a part of the stone-paved site in its original condition at Kambaikan.
  897. Today one can still see the remains of the platforms on the eastern side.
  898. Today one can take courses in Jodo Buddhism and Buddhist studies through the Department of the Humanities within the School of Literature.
  899. Today one puppet is manipulated by one puppeteer, but shortly after its initiation (in the early Showa period), a puppet was sometimes manipulated by three puppeteers.
  900. Today only the first act, "Kyoo no ba" (The Banquet scene) and "Badarai no ba" (The Horsetub scene) and "Atagoyama renga no ba"(The scene of the Linked Verse Session at Mt. Atago) in the third act are performed.
  901. Today only the garden remains, on the basis of maintenance.
  902. Today other than this Yoshimine-dera Temple, his gravestones lie also in Segan-ji Temple in Utsunomiya City, Tochigi Prefecture, and in Jizo-in Temple (Mashiko-machi) in Mashiko-machi, Haga-gun, Tochigi Prefecture.
  903. Today people use more modern terms such as "coup d'etat" or "hanran" instead of "muhon" for armed rebellions after Meiji.
  904. Today performances of kabuki well-rooted in Osaka and Kyoto are carried out as seen in the "Kamigata Kabuki Juku (literally, cram school for Kamigata Kabuki)" operated by Shochiku and in "Wakaayu no kai (literally, party of young sweet fish)," which is an independent performance by young actors.
  905. Today ruins of Mitake-ji Temple and Fukusen-ji Temple, a drinking fountain and so on still can be seen there.
  906. Today some Jarai are defined by The All Nippon Kyudo Federation like "Hitote-sharei (a way of ceremonial shooting with a pair of arrows)" and "Makiwara-sharei (a way of ceremonial shooting to shoot a straw target)" and the existing schools, each handed down their own individual sharei (Taikubari).
  907. Today some people misunderstand and even show others that the route taken by these two railways is that of the "Tokaido" of the Edo period.
  908. Today some schools of traditional Japanese swimming still use rokushaku fundoshi in accordance with tradition.
  909. Today some storytellers perform sentimental routines in Kamigata style as communication between the east and the west has improved.
  910. Today some temples belong to the Nichiren sect including one Sozan (Sohonzan), fourteen Reiseki-jiin (temples having holy relic including seven Daihonzan and seven Honzan) and fourty-two Yuisho-jiin (temples of a long history including fourty-two Honzan) accept such schools.
  911. Today such made-up bijinga were still distributed.
  912. Today the "historical monument of Monchujo" stands in front of the Kamakura City Onari Elementary School, which was the site of the relocated Monchujo.
  913. Today the Buddhist circles, which had been keeping a lot of traditions, is trying to assist people in solving problems of minds; for example, some temple of traditional sects are involved in the prevention of school truancy and suicide, and some priests guide people as persons of religion.
  914. Today the Integrated Shimogyo Ward office is located there, but a street-level portion of the office building is also used as a bus yard.
  915. Today the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa River system) divides the Takase-gawa River into two; the Kyoto side section and Fushimi side section--the upstream side is called Takase-gawa River and the downstream side is called Higashi-takase-gawa River or Shin-takase-gawa River.
  916. Today the Tozai Line of Kyoto Municipal Subway/Kyoto City Subway takes roughly the same route.
  917. Today the imitation tenshu (keep) is used as Branch of the Tateyama Museum.
  918. Today the incident is widely considered to have been plotted by her husband, Naka no Oe no Oji.
  919. Today the method of Gennosuke SAWAMURA (the fourth) is main stream.
  920. Today the moment will finally come when my life vanishes like dew and my soul leaves for the next world.'
  921. Today the most available text is "Sekkyo-bushi" (edited by Shigeru ARAKI and Kichizo YAMAMOTO, in 1973) in the edition of Toyo Bunko, Heibonsha Limited.
  922. Today the place name 'Tomonoura' refers to a wider area including the city area, but etymologically, 'Tomo no ura' means an 'inlet which is located in Tomo,' thus specifically referring to the Tomo-ko Harbor.
  923. Today the river south of the Kamo-gawa River is called Higashi-takase-gawa River, is not connected to the Takase-gawa River and the Kamo-gawa River, and is sourced from rainwater.
  924. Today the school is well known as a most difficult school in terms of the requirements for admission in Kyoto.
  925. Today the shrine is worshipped not only for pioneers of electricity and electromagnetic wave research but also for persons involved in computers and telecommunications.
  926. Today the surrounding area is a typical residential area in the mountains where old houses are situated in the center and new houses mainly stand along the surrounding mountains.
  927. Today the surrounding area is named "Fujinoki."
  928. Today the temple is better known as the place in which Kenrei Mon-in lived in seclusion as described in "The Tale of the Heike."
  929. Today the word 'chinkon' means to console the soul (spirit) of a deceased person, that is to say, it means essentially the same thing as 'to memorialize'.
  930. Today the word 'tozama' is often used to mean a stranger.
  931. Today the word of "Nishikyo" or "Saikyo" remains in several places such as the Saikyo Bank and Yamaguchi Prefectural Saikyo Senior High School.
  932. Today there are a lot more children who fall over quite often, cannot remain standing for a long time, or easily tire when walking.
  933. Today there are cases of Hyakumanben Nenbutsu in the temples and some regions in Japan for the purpose of reposing souls, ceremony as a memorial, fertility, and prevention of disasters.
  934. Today there are cultural facilities built in and after the Meiji period, such as Kyoto Kaikan Hall; the Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art; the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto; and Kyoto City Zoo, together with Heian Jingu Shrine, which is located a little north of the street.
  935. Today there are families which claim they are a descendant of Noriyori.
  936. Today there are many food establishments along the Kiyamachi-dori Street in the area from Nijo to Gojo, where the Takase-gawa River runs in parallel.
  937. Today there are many old shrines that do not have a haiden, such as Ise Jingu, Kasuga Taisha, Usa Jingu, and Matsuo Taisha.
  938. Today there are many regional branches of national or prefectural courts and governments; for example, Maizuru Police Station, which was established through the merging of Maizuru Higashi Police Station and Maizuru Nishi Police Station in April 2005, as well as the Eighth Regional Coast Guard Headquarters.
  939. Today there are many things that have the name of Rikyu such as Rikyu-bashi (chopsticks), Rikyu-nezumi (gray color), Rikyu-yaki (grilled fish or meat with sesame) and Rikyu-dana (shelf), which suggest that Rikyu contributed not only to a tea ceremony but also to the Japanese tradition.
  940. Today there are only few structures that retain the form of warihaiden style, such as: Omiwa-jinja Shrine, Isonokami Jingu Sessha Izumo Takeo-jinja Shrine, and Osaki Hachimangu Shrine.
  941. Today there exists the Aizen-do Hall of Shoman-in Temple in Tennoji Ward, Osaka City, at the site where Seyaku-in used to be, and Shitennoji Hospital stands where Seyakuryobyoin once was.
  942. Today there is a lot of academic research on "Hakkenden" in the field of literature and it has been utilized as material for research on the history of ideas during the Edo period.
  943. Today there is a monument inscribed as the 'starting place of Ritsumeikan' on the site of the former 'Seikiro," which Kyoto Hosei school once used as a temporary school.
  944. Today there is a temple which was built under the name of Noriyori and this shows his strong political capacity.
  945. Today there remain no materials that tell what was referenced to prepare the Scheme, but the structure of the devices shown in the Scheme resembles that of gallows which were used in England in those days.
  946. Today these people are designated as Important Intangible Cultural Property in order to protect them, and their disciples inherited the masters' skill.
  947. Today they are often performed in this manner.
  948. Today they establish Kamigata Rakugo Association.
  949. Today they still have some place names which are derived from myoden names, particularly in the Western Japan.
  950. Today this area corresponds to the region of Akashicho town in Chuo ward (Tokyo).
  951. Today this hairstyle is worn only at chaseki (tea ceremonies).
  952. Today this is read by only a few scholars.
  953. Today this is still a functional engine depot, and is connected to rail lines in operation.
  954. Today this use of konnyaku, however, can be seen only in such an 'amateur entertainment 'as an event performed in some school festivals.
  955. Today this word is mainly used as a title of crown prince in Scandinavian countries.
  956. Today we know more about the costume during the Heian period than that prior to the Heian period.
  957. Today we see many activities in which Maizuru and Kure collaborate with each other to gain attention for nikujaga and their cities associated with the Imperial Japanese Navy, while announcing they are in rivalry.
  958. Today when I shall begin to cut the summer cloth, the cherry blossoms will be all gone to change into summer green.
  959. Today you can eat takoyaki with a bamboo stick as stated above in stores located in Seto City, Aichi Prefecture.
  960. Today you can get frozen takoyaki.
  961. Today yujo does not exist legally, but a part of yukaku's tradition has been preserved as tourism resources, which can be seen in a tourist bus tour that operates on a fixed schedule, or at Japanese style theme parks and festivals all over Japan.
  962. Today's 'Kichizaemon,' the nanori (the name one refers to himself as when reaching adulthood) used by the heads of the Raku family for generations are thought to be the handwriting of Sokei.
  963. Today's 'iki' and yabo
  964. Today's Japan is powerful and competitive with other countries in modern art, fashion, and architecture by containing truly new ideas, embracing the world, and creating trends to unify various cultures (or beyond culture).
  965. Today's Kamakura has flourished as a city for international tourism that has many historic sites and cultural assets with pleasant natural environments, attracting many tourists.
  966. Today's Kamigata Hayashiya is divided into the fourth-generation Somemaru family (including the third-generation Somegoro group and the fourth-generation Kosome group) and the third-generation Somezo family.
  967. Today's Omiya-dori Street between Shijo-dori Street and Jujo-dori Street is an arterial highway, but the section north of Shijo Omiya is narrower.
  968. Today's Shinto and Shrine Shinto have incorporated Koshinto to such a degree they are inseparable.
  969. Today's Shinto priests hold mokushaku.
  970. Today's Uji-bashi Bridge
  971. Today's Ukai is mostly practiced in the tourist industry rather than as a direct way to earn a living as tourists enjoy watching it from a roofed pleasure boat.
  972. Today's academy, however, is skeptical about the methodology itself which seeks to understand the Yamataikoku study by identifying Toyo as someone in myths or someone in genealogical chart of "Kiki" (Kojiki and Nihonshoki; "A Record of Ancient Matter" and "Chronicles of Japan").
  973. Today's bijinga
  974. Today's bow-twirling ceremony is the everyday version of the above-described ceremony.
  975. Today's definition also covers "Samurai Yashiki" which was a residence of samurai after the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  976. Today's established theory appreciates 'Owari no kuni Gunji Hyakusho ra no Gebumi' against Motonaga during that historical context.
  977. Today's figures are 3% less compared to 97,780 in 1975.
  978. Today's general view of these are in the following paragraphs.
  979. Today's government's official view about Kimigayo is as follows:
  980. Today's judgment
  981. Today's karate organizations were set up after karate was introduced to the Japanese mainland.
  982. Today's kujira-jaku was equivalent of 1 shaku 2 sun 5 bu (分; 1 bu is a 10th sun) in the kane-jaku.
  983. Today's main road system of Kamakura (old Kamakura area) largely retains traces of the 'Oji' built on the basis of city planning from the Kamakura period.
  984. Today's major industries include fishing and tourism.
  985. Today's omikuji (fortune) is a simplified version, made by the Shinto priesthood, of the original prayers and divination.
  986. Today's prefectures were formed by integrating the prefectures at the time of the Haihan-chiken, but in the cases of large scale domains which had social status of landed daimyo, their territories are rarely identical with those of today's prefectures.
  987. Today's reassessment
  988. Today's sankyoku musicians form music associations such as 'Sankyoku-kai' (Sankyoku Society), 'Sankyoku-renmei' (Sankyoku Federation) and 'Sankyoku-kyokai' (Sankyoku Association) in addition to their own schools.
  989. Today's scene of Kinkaku-ji Temple is one of repair and revival work led by the chief priest Joshu HORIN of the Edo period.
  990. Today's security in Kanto was brought about by Yoshitsune's military exploits.'
  991. Today's shrine was completed in 1901 after Mononobe no Moriya was enshrined together.
  992. Today's successors of ninjutsu
  993. Today's sushi shops offer sushi using all types of foodstuffs.
  994. Today's temple architects and cultural property experts define tahoto as a single-level tower with a Mokoshi (pent roof).
  995. Today, "Himemiko" is also often used to stress a situation of specific Imperial Family such as 'The tragic Himemiko, Kazunomiya Chikako Naishino' (the Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Chikako) apart from the names or statuses of the members of the Imperial Family.
  996. Today, 'Chotei' is often used as the word comparable to a bakuhu; this is strongly influenced by the thoughts after the modern times in which the Emperor/aristocrat (the Government of kuge, or the court nobles) and buke (military government) oppose one another.
  997. Today, 'Genna kokatsuji-bon' (literally, books printed using old types in the Genna era [1615 - 1624]) are used most widely as the text of the 20-volume books.
  998. Today, 'Haigo' or 'Go' is a main form of naming with regard to nicknames of Haiku poets.
  999. Today, 'Kado' often refers to flower arrangement that prevailed in the Bunka-Bunsei era during the late Edo period.
  1000. Today, 'Navy curry' products with the names of towns that had naval ports are in the market in the form of retort food and canned food.

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