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  1. At an early stage of kenchi, there was no standardized form of kenchi-cho, because there existed some policies yet to be implemented, such as "muragiri" (the formation of cultivated land done per village through kenchi during the early modern ages of Japan, which reorganized the complicated rights on land in medieval Japan).
  2. At an early stage of the early modern ages, Christian missionaries came over to Japan, and Western art became known to some Japanese at that time, but its influence on Japanese art was quite limited.
  3. At an inn in Tsubaichi, she happens to see Ukon again, who was a former maid for Yugao and now serves Genji.
  4. At an unmanned station, the entrance to the train is the rear door, whereas the exit to the platform is the front door.
  5. At annual Jimoku (ceremony for appointing officials) persons with the rights were entitled to recommend people of their choices for Ikai (Court rank) and specific government posts which were given to influential temples and shrines as well as ingu (ex-emperor, ex-emperor who became a monk, imperial lady, grand empress dowager, empress dowager, empress consorts and crown prince).
  6. At any elementary school, pupils of the fifth grade level correspond to toshi-otoko or toshi-onna (men or women born in the year current under the twelve-year cycle of the Oriental zodiac).
  7. At any one time, there could be only two Myoho hakase and the position was initially appointed to court officials with a rank of Shoshichiinoge (Senior Seventh Rank, Lower Grade).
  8. At any rate, Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor) was done by Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA from the Mito-Tokugawa family itself, and post and naming of vice shogun was completely abolished with the end of Edo bakufu and samurai government.
  9. At any rate, as oryoshi's job was based locally, local powerful families were mainly appointed to this post and their private military power made up the main force of oryoshi.
  10. At any rate, chicken nanban first appeared in Nobeoka City in the 1960s.
  11. At any rate, despite the fact that both 'Dainichi-kyo Sutra' and 'Kongocho-kyo Sutra' share Dainichi Nyorai as their common principal Buddha, these two are scriptures of different lineage which were established independently in different regions of India at different times and were introduced into China separately.
  12. At any rate, during the time of the Emperor Jomei, SOGA no Emishi had real political power.
  13. At any rate, either of them is a pun and is not related directly to the programs of gagaku or Noh.
  14. At any rate, however, these persons came to be called Rikyu shichitetsu later, not from the beginning.
  15. At any rate, if '-So (tiered)-Kai (story),' '-Ju (tiered)-Kai (story),' '-Ju (tiered)-So (tiered)' and so on are used in the same document, the text itself would become difficult to understand, so such a parallel use as above is, in many cases, avoided in books and so on dealing with the Japanese castles.
  16. At any rate, in most cases tegoto focuses on instrumental techniques and on melodic appeal.
  17. At any rate, it is considered that relatively large ships were used for Kenminsen.
  18. At any rate, it is nearly impossible to determine each name of Jizo Bosatsu only by its features.
  19. At any rate, it is said that influence of these urban legends may have been behind the situation where multiple Meki were indiscriminately erected, Meao came into picture and the 3 established Fudo began to refer to themselves as Goshiki Fudo.
  20. At any rate, it is the case that he went to Nara and learned Hosso (state of all the creatures) and Yuishiki (learning of the theory that all existence is subjective and nothing exists outside of the mind) from Gien since his childhood.
  21. At any rate, it was Naokage that substantially managed the affairs of the castle.
  22. At any rate, preservation societies, Ko and Ren that perform danjiri-bayashi only in the form of 'hetari' were on the increase for various reasons, such as that they sometimes didn't have enough money to repair their danjiri in the high economic growth.
  23. At any rate, the allied forces marched slowly causing further trouble to those in Beijing waiting to be rescued, and they were later criticized for this.
  24. At any rate, the commercialized products that are distributed in Japan can be understood as being manufactured under control sufficient to satisfy the food standards.
  25. At any rate, the flavor remains unchanged when heated within one to two weeks (Usually, the best before the coffee stored for one year after making), which is not long.
  26. At any rate, the former half of the work is supposed to have been completed around the time of the rule of Imperial Prince Munetaka.
  27. At any rate, the oldest existent transcript was made in the Kamakura period or later.
  28. At any rate, the phoenix that is drawn on the whole ceiling of the hall with the size of 21 jo (tatami mat) is so large that it is necessary to lie on the floor to see the entire work.
  29. At any rate, the two families entered into an alliance as best they could even through they had an argument, but ended up conspiring together against Nobunaga.
  30. At any rate, there are several different views regarding its formation.
  31. At any rate, there is no doubt that there were a considerable number of Heike no Ochudo.
  32. At any rate, this episode shows the temper of the Emperor Yuryaku very well.
  33. At any rate, zuryo had to develop millionaires through the Myoden contract system and collect set taxes from them.
  34. At any time when the tagger is calling out the spell, 'Daruma-san ga koronda,' the players must freeze in place.
  35. At around 10 a.m. on September 24, 1192, he was born as the second son between the 1st Seii-taishogun of the Kamakura bakufu MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and his lawful wife Masako HOJO.
  36. At around 16:40, the inbound train No. 25, which was standing between Keage and Kujoyama because its pole was off, retreated naturally due to a steep incline and collided with the following train, No. 58.
  37. At around 1730, the family gained an official position of chief executive of Honmachi-suji and became allowed to meet the lord of the Tosa clan.
  38. At around 5 p.m., the messengers from the Tamura family in Ichinoseki Domain told Nagahiro ASANO to send some retainers to hand over the body of Asano Takumi no Kami.
  39. At around 6 p.m., Yoshimori's soldiers besieged the shogunate residence and set fire to it.
  40. At around eleven o'clock in the morning, Shigehira ordered the Ote army into a general attack when he saw smoke rising from the Ichinotani region.
  41. At around noon on June 20, the Korean army landed in the vicinity of Osaki inlet (according to the True Record of the Joseon Dynasty, it was at Mamejiru inlet).
  42. At around that time Ryoma together with NAKAOKA started working on the achievement for Satsuma-Choshu Alliance.
  43. At around that time, Ryoma appointed the murderer in Kinnoto, Izo OKADA, to be a bodyguard for KATSU.
  44. At around that time, Ryoma started an emigration plan to Ezochi (Hokkaido) to try to save the Sonno joi (revere the Emperor and expel the barbarians) royalists in Kyoto, where the oppression was escalating, but this plan was derailed after the occurrence of Ikedaya incident.
  45. At around that time, he acted mainly in Tokyo and started studying under Chusha ICHIKAWA VII, who had inherited the acting style of Danjuro ICHIKAWA IX, etc.
  46. At around the age of 30, he became Tamemura REIZEI's pupil and then he also studied under Saneoka MUSHANOKOJI, however as he found his own Kagaku (study of waka poems) and advocated 'plain form of waka' (songs of ordinaries of life), he was expelled by Tamemura.
  47. At around the end of May, moderators and observers including Susumu YAMAZAKI and Kai SHIMADA ascertained the presence of Masuya store (Shuntaro FURUTAKA) that was operating a charcoal business in Shijo-Kobashi-Agaru-Shin-cho, and made a report to the Aizu clan.
  48. At around the fourth generation Moriyuki and the fifth generation Masayoshi, the family started to use "Ohama" as their family name, which was one of the regional name in Saitani-mura.
  49. At around the period of the Seinan War, Kondo MAKOTO himself was teaching.
  50. At around the same time KI no Kaion also wrote a joruri play based on love suicides - the same topic used by Monzaemon - and indeed love suicides inspired by these plays became fashionable.
  51. At around the same time in October of the same year, Makino Productions, or more precisely 'Shin Makino Eiga Kabushiki Kaisha,' which was established by Makino in 1925 was liquidated.
  52. At around the same time, Sugen TAKEDA (Yu TAKEUCHI) called them 'gisho (pseudo-document),' 'gishi (pseudo-history)' or 'giten (pseudo- book).'
  53. At around the same time, he served as a Shoji (administrator of a manor) of Akanabe no sho (manor), the estate of Todai-ji Temple, but he was dismissed as Shoji because he added the west area of the manor to his neighboring private land in the Uzura Village.
  54. At around the same time, students smuggled from the Satsuma clan were dispatched to London accompanied by Hisanobu NIIRO, Tomoatsu GODAI, Munenori TERASHIMA, and others.
  55. At around the time of the enthronement of their new Emperor Bidatsu, Moriya was promoted to Omuraji during 572.
  56. At around this time in Kyoto, there was a custom of referring to Yabunouchi family in Shimogyo as the Shimo School and the Sansenke in Kamigyo as the Kami School, and the three households were recognized as a single school.
  57. At around this time, Kuranosuke OISHI received information about Kira's survival.
  58. At around this time, Maki-zushi also took root, and at the end of Edo period when the atmosphere of Restoration came close, a line-up of sushi which is also popular today came into being in a burst.
  59. At around this time, although a new city Kobe developed drastically as one of the leading heavy industry cities, Kashima took next steps to revitalize the city.
  60. At around this time, he purchased an epigraphy book from the Tanaka Bunkyudo and practiced its style of writing.
  61. At around this time, the Japanese movie industry began to show signs of decline, and large film companies began to experience management problems.
  62. At bars and nightclubs that provide individual customer service, oshibori are unfolded and handed directly to customers by 'hostesses' and 'hosts.'
  63. At birth
  64. At bus stops in the suburbs or the center of the city where the Fukuchiyama City Local Voluntary Operation Bus is in competition with Kyoto Transport (Maizuru Management Office) and West JR Bus, you can only get off buses heading for Fukuchiyama and you can only get on buses departing from Fukuchiyama.
  65. At castles without a tenshu, a three-story yagura etc. was used as a substitute for the tenshu.
  66. At celebration banquets, poetry was composed on fixed topics including "setsugetsubaika" (snow, the moon, plums and flowers).
  67. At congregational churches, shitsuji means ordinary believers who serve the church (God and church members).
  68. At dawn of May 16, 1689, Basho and Kawai left by a boat from Saitoan (Basho's hermitage).
  69. At dawn of the next day, February 2, a ritual called Miya-nobori is held, when Ogi-sama goes back to the shrine, and in the evening another Noh play is performed at the hall of worship of the shrine in the presence of the both troupes.
  70. At dawn on March 30, two troops of Konoe Garrison invaded Waifu from two directions at first.
  71. At dawn on May 28, the government army attacked the 3rd company of the Hoyoku-tai troop in Maitoko.
  72. At dawn on October 25, the first main force led by Aritomo YAMAGATA started a river crossing operation.
  73. At dawn the men and women went away, but he got tired and slept there.
  74. At dawn when the storm calmed down, the late Emperor Kiritsubo appeared in Genji's dream, and told him to leave Suma in accordance with the guidance of the deities of Sumiyoshi.
  75. At developed farmlands, strong ruling rights were officially given to shoryo (territory) fields and their farmers by kokuga.
  76. At dusk in March, when the cherry blossoms were in full bloom, two himegimi opened the bamboo blind and played a game of Go for the cherry blossom tree.
  77. At dusk, when the morning's strength of wind which was blowing through the bamboo leaves weakens, I am overcome with nostalgia, but it is not only limited to autumn (Shin Kokinshu).
  78. At each place, when drinking, attention should be paid as it may damage health depending on the person.
  79. At each station of the Sagano Line, J-Through/ICOCA, Suica of East Japan Railway Company (JR East), TOICA of Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central) and PiTaPa of KANSAI THRU PASS can be used.
  80. At each station on the Yamatoji Line, the ICOCA card and the IC card that is interchangeable with the ICOCA (see ICOCA), as well as the J Through (Jスルー) card can be used as a travel card by making an exchange at automatic ticket machines for a passenger ticket.
  81. At each station, the boarding positions for wheel-chairs and for the train which runs without conductors on board are differently set because the number of seats on Suburban Trains Series 125 was increased in late 2003 and it became difficult for wheel-chairs to move around in the vehicle.
  82. At elevations above 2,500 m and at boiling temperatures below 94℃, rice does not get fully cooked even if it is cooked for a long time, and eventually turns into glue.
  83. At events such as festivals in which deities are welcomed, marebito, who is a visiting deity, is considered to descend on a pole-shaped object (such as a higeko (beard-box) or a dashi (a float)) that is set up as a yorishiro (object representing a divine spirit).
  84. At festivals, for shouldering or pulling mikoshi (portable shrine), or dashi (float) or jiguruma (float), participants wear it as a substitute for momohiki (in this case it means worker's close-fitting trousers).
  85. At first 'rekko' (列侯 in kanji) was called 'tekko' (徹侯 in kanji) but tekko contained a kanji of 徹, which appeared in the personal name of the Emperor Wu of Han (Han dynasty) (Che Liu, 劉徹 in kanji), so 'tsuko' (通侯) was used instead and changed into 'rekko' (列侯) later.
  86. At first Chinese side did not recognize that translation of "Bankoku Koho" directly meant joining the system based on international law.
  87. At first Giku lived in To-ji Saiin (the western part of To-ji Temple) and then moved to Danrin-ji Temple, which was established by Kachiko, becoming the founder of the temple.
  88. At first Hideyoshi thought that he could make it surrender in a few days after the start of inundation tactics.
  89. At first Hiroaki took the name Nakatsukasa no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs), but was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) Awa no kuni no kami (Governor of Awa Province) in 1518.
  90. At first Hongzhang LI sent a letter to Youwon LI, an influential person in political world of Korea rejected acceptance of international law.
  91. At first Hyobukyo no Miya gives welcomes Genji, but when he lives in seclusion at Suma, Hyobukyo no Miya does not support Murasaki no ue because he feared the power of the Udaijin (Minister of the Right).
  92. At first Ingen sent his disciple YARAN Shokei (也嬾性圭) off, but he was killed in a shipwreck on his way to Japan, so Ingen had to bring himself to Japan aboard a ship Seiko TEI (鄭成功) prepared with many disciples in tow in 1654.
  93. At first MINAMOTO no Yoritomo was nothing but the leader of the Kanto Bushidan (Kamakura-dono), and did not hold a position under the Ritsuryo system.
  94. At first Michiyo became Minu no Okimi's wife, and TACHIBANA no Moroe, TACHIBANA no Sai were born.
  95. At first Miyoshi Sanninshu who were backed up by the shogun Yoshihide ASHIKAGA and Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI, the family head of the Miyoshi family, called out the troops in Shikoku region and they were overwhelmingly dominating.
  96. At first Nagayoshi served Harumoto as his loyal vassal.
  97. At first Narukami was played with 'Kenuki (tweezers)' and 'Fudo' as a part of "Narukamifudo Kitayamazakura," which is a long story.
  98. At first Omiya-jinja Shrine was built by Imperial Prince Koretaka of Emperor Montoku, and the next year Ogura-jinja Shrine was built by MINAMOTO no Toru.
  99. At first Takauji took a neutral stance on it, but he came to side with Moronao's group.
  100. At first Toshinaga carried out the build-up of the castle, etc. from the standpoint of entering to war, but the conquest was withdrawn on condition that her mother Hoshunin would be the hostage.
  101. At first a fence was built or a moat was dug around a residence, and structures called castles were built starting at the end of the tenth century.
  102. At first a plain Prince rather than an Imperial Prince, after becoming Seii taishogun he was made a commoner and received the surname, MINAMOTO, and used the name MINAMOTO no Koreyasu (a member of the Gosaga-Genji).
  103. At first all shrines got offerings directly from the Jingikan; but because it took time to travel to shrines in distant districts, the Kokushi began to conduct offerings on behalf of the Jingikan, creating the distinction between Kanpeisha and Kokuheisha.
  104. At first almsgivers gave charity partly because of religious ideas, but receivers came to take alms for granted.
  105. At first an obanza was established at the northern end of Muromachi-dori Street in Kyoto, and after 1625, obanza were also opened in Edo.
  106. At first each group held up the flag with its hometown and members written on it, but the number of flags showing comical and obscene things gradually increased.
  107. At first fireplace was used for heating and lots of chimney pipes were put on the roof.
  108. At first four counties (Ama, Chibu, Suki and Ochi Counties) were established in Oki Islands and they were governed by the respective county offices.
  109. At first glance it looks like a match that can be completed in 3 moves, but it is not completed so easily as it includes a skillful move in which the defender throws in a 'Gin' piece between the piece that is used to check and the defender's King.
  110. At first glance it seems to be in its original shape, but piping of household air conditioners is arranged in the back, with a row of outdoor units.
  111. At first glance, IKENO recognized them as spermatozoids intuitively.
  112. At first he and his father served the Saito clan of Mino Province.
  113. At first he attacked the Kioka-jo Castle guarded by Yorisato TAKAMATSU but unsuccessful in capturing it and retreated.
  114. At first he became the third lord of Tanba-Kameyama Domain in Tanba Province.
  115. At first he called himself Nindo, but later upon a recommendation by Toko FUJITA of the Mito Domain, he renamed himself Yodo.
  116. At first he created a variorum based on the Kawachi-bon line manuscripts for the following reasons.
  117. At first he declined the invitation, but Okubo persuaded him and he agreed to go to Kyoto, and he resumed his former position.
  118. At first he hoped to study at the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, but it was not permitted by Britain, and he ended up studying on the HMS Worcester, a marine merchant school.
  119. At first he joined the West squad during the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, but later he joined the East squad and captured Ujiyoshi HORINOUCHI, the feudal lord of the Kii Shingu who was in the West squad.
  120. At first he learned painting from Masunobu KANO, went to Nagasaki for the purpose of study in his middle age and became a disciple of Jakushi KAWAMURA.
  121. At first he lived in Sainen-ji Temple in Kawachi Province, but later he moved to Chokyu-ji Temple in Buzen Province.
  122. At first he performed kodan as well as rakugo, but he did not gain popularity at all, and his destitute life continued.
  123. At first he ran a kimono shop, but in 1839, he joined a Kabuki theater company called Kawarazaki-za with a pen name Kichihei SHIBORI (絞吉平), and started creative activities, writing Kabuki plays.
  124. At first he referred to himself as Chikataka but he renamed himself as Yasuchika in 1820.
  125. At first he served Nagaharu OTSU and Hideyoshi KINOSHITA, and when he was still 13 year old, he was promoted to a page, close adviser of Nobunaga ODA.
  126. At first he served TAIRA no Michimori, but after Michimori died, he served TAIRA no Noritsune, a Michimori's younger brother.
  127. At first he served TAKASHINA no Yasutsune, Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury), but later studied under Honen (founder of the Jodo sect) after becoming a priest.
  128. At first he served Yoshihide Rokkaku.
  129. At first he served as a retainer of the Rokkaku clan and Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, the 13th Shogun of the Muromachi bakufu.
  130. At first he served the Imperial court and was advanced to tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace), but retired to the priesthood when he was still young.
  131. At first he served the Toki clan and then the Saito clan.
  132. At first he studied Mikkyo (Esoteric Buddhism).
  133. At first he studied Shingon Sect, but he was converted to Jodo Shinshu and studied under Soboku and Soyo.
  134. At first he studied painting under his great-uncle Bunkyo HIRAYAMA, and then he studied with Shizan SHIRAKAWA, but eventually Kazan was excommunicated by Shirakawa because his family could not send him gifts.
  135. At first he studied under his father.
  136. At first he took the position near the Jimyoin-to and severely confronted with Daikakuji-to to devote to erection of Emperor Fushimi to the throne, but gradually turned to pro-Daikakuji-to due to strife with Tamekane KYOGOKU.
  137. At first he was a craftsman for dyeing goods at a Koya dye shop but later became a disciple of Toyokuni UTAGAWA the first, and although he had a good talent which was said to exceed his master, in the end he retired to run a business for selling the masks of Kabuki actors and died young.
  138. At first he was a disciple of Shichisaburo NAKAMURA the fourth, but later converted to a disciple of Utaemon NAKAMURA the fourth (in the days of Shikan NAKAMURA the second).
  139. At first he was a pupil of Ochi FUKUCHI and then became a staff playwright of Kabuki-za Theater.
  140. At first he was a vassal of kuge (court noble), but was promoted to a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) under the protection of Keishoin, a mother of Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, because he was her brother.
  141. At first he was a vassal of the 13th shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, and after his death he strove to make Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA the 15th shogun, but later he followed Nobunaga ODA and was made daimyo of a fief of 110,000 koku of rice in Miyazu, in Tango Province.
  142. At first he was eager to spread his teaching to lay believers, but in his later years he took the priests-first (see the 12th volume of Shobogenzo (Treasury of the Eye of True Teaching)).
  143. At first he was given the name Yosinatsu, which can also be read as Yoshika.
  144. At first he was in an inferior position to the Eastern Forces led by Katsumoto, who had taken control of the Shogun at Muromachi manor, but in August he joined forces with Masahiro OUCHI, who had come to Kyoto from Suo, and the situation became more balanced.
  145. At first he was interested in the study of Shingaku (Edo-period popularized blend of Buddhist, Shinto and Confucian ethical teachings) of Baigan ISHIDA, however, in 1783, he became a disciple of Ryukei IWAGAKI to study Confucianism.
  146. At first he was lord of Hino Castle in Omi Province, subsequently lord of Matsuzaka Castle in Ise Province and finally lord of Kurokawa Castle in Mutsu Province.
  147. At first he was on the side of the opening of Japan and supported the policy of conclusion of Japan-U.S. Treaty of Peace and Amity.
  148. At first he was the bokan (a residential retainer) of Hongan-ji Temple, and was known by the name, Raiko SHIMOTSUMA.
  149. At first he went by the name Yoshimori.
  150. At first he worked as gokenin in Kyoto and Kamakura, but when a crisis of Mongol invasion attempts against Japan loomed large, he was appointed to bugyo (magistrate) of Chinzei Toho by the order of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and he was in charge of gunsei (military government) in Kyushu.
  151. At first her professional name was "Kodayu," and later it was changed to "Yachiyo."
  152. At first in 1611, at the enthronement of Emperor Gomizunoo, there was a dispute between Akizane NIJO and Nobutada KONOE, and according to the judgment of Hidetada TOKUGAWA, who was seii taishogun at that time, Akizane NIJO should conduct inmyodenju.
  153. At first it was a temporary post, but later became a permanent post of the nation under the Ritsuryo system.
  154. At first it was also called 'Mandokoro Kujin' (public clerk of Mandokoro)
  155. At first it was called 'Yayoi-shiki period,' implying a period that used Yayoi earthware but later '-shiki' was gradually omitted and the name Yayoi became the general term.
  156. At first it was introduced from the Kansai region to replace mulberry following the retreat of sericulture.
  157. At first it was just a snack, but it changed into a staple food.
  158. At first it was on the shore of Lake Biwa, but it was relocated to the present place during 1469-1487.
  159. At first it was ordinary, long daikon, its place of birth being Shogoin, Sakyo Ward in eastern Kyoto City.
  160. At first it was thought that there would be only a few passengers, or that, even if some people rode out of curiosity at first, it would in time become just another local line.
  161. At first it was under the control of Ishiyama-dera Temple, but it belonged to Enjo-ji Temple in the Edo period.
  162. At first it was under the official management of the Musashi kokufu, then later came under the Imperial Court.
  163. At first letters of proposal by shogun's retainers were allowed, but soon prohibited.
  164. At first mainly children carrying small pine torches, and then grown-ups holding rather huge pine torches parade in the village with shouts, 'sairei ya, sairyo' (meaning festival), and head for otabisho (the resting place for a portable shrine being moved about on its feast day) called 'nakama.'
  165. At first most pieces of Kuniyaki chaire were Seto-yaki (Seto ware), made in imitation of karamono (such pieces are specially called "huru-seto" (old Seto ware)) but during the Edo period Japan's original type of chaire was created under the coaching of Enshu KOBORI.
  166. At first she lived in the Tokaden pavilion as the chief of the Joganden pavilion, then she became the chief of Naishi no Tsukasa (the Handmaids' office) and moved to Kokiden (one of the Heian Palace buildings).
  167. At first such an imperial decree was formally handed down to an instruction group of Myobo hakase called 'Myobo-zoshi' but after the ninth century it was handed down to Myobo hakase personally.
  168. At first syllables which ended with -m and ones which ended with -n were distinguished, but in the middle of Middle Japanese they were assimilated into/N/.
  169. At first the Kyoto racetrack was its main base of activity.
  170. At first the author and the publishing house did not intend to make an adaptation of all the 54 chapters of "Genji" and publish it, but the success of the series encouraged them and they published a few books every year as the following items suggest.
  171. At first the floating candles made from commercially available normal paraffin were used.
  172. At first the foreign merchants the itowappu nakama negotiated were Portuguese merchants only, but in 1633 Chinese merchants (Ming Dynasty to Qing Dynasty) and in 1635 Dutch merchants came to export raw silk threads under the itowappu system.
  173. At first the hikitsuke (Court of justice) was in charge of osso, however, the Ossokata (legal institution) was set up as a specialized institution in 1264.
  174. At first the job assumed the weighty responsibility of taking countermeasure against Ezo (the northerners).
  175. At first the kabane (the hereditary title used in ancient Japan to denote rank and political standing) of the Ono clan was omi (one of kabane); then by the reformed kabane system yakusa no kabane (collective term for eight official titles conferred upon nobles by Emperor Tenmu in 684) the clan's kabane became ason.
  176. At first the magazine was made and copied in handwriting, but later printed with type as it became popular.
  177. At first the pro-Yoshinari faction had the upper hand, but the pro-Yasaburo faction, aided by Katsumoto HOSOKAWA and Sozen YAMANA (seeking to weaken the HATAKEYAMA Clan), rallied, continuing the fierce struggle.
  178. At first the tamori only gave instruction within the area of public lands, but later came to instruct the neighboring farming villages.
  179. At first there was no such thing as Jito shiki (manager and lord of a private estate), but among shokan, Goji and hoji only the ones who established the relationship between lord and vassal with the bakufu were called jito.
  180. At first there were four grades of 'tokkyu' (special), 'jokyu' (high), 'chukyu (middle), and 'nami' (regular).
  181. At first there were only a few tegotomono numbers, and musically speaking most of them were relatively simple.
  182. At first they only consisted of small groups that were mainly engaged in pirate activities.
  183. At first they produced and sold gold and silver work, and later began to appraise gold and silver and undertook to hold them in safekeeping as requested by their clientele.
  184. At first they were called kansei because they were held in the Daijokan Cho (Great Council of State), however, in the latter half of the Heian period they were already transferred to the closer Geki Cho.
  185. At first they were painted as a form of expressing one's faith, but before long they transformed into secular paintings, and since the 18th century, they came to be accompanied with educational and satirical didactic poems.
  186. At first this novel was published in the name of Yuzo TSUBOUCHI, the real name of Shoyo, who received half of the royalties as reward.
  187. At first this reorganized koden administered by kokuga (a provincial government office) into a governance and tax collection unit called myoden or myo.
  188. At first tondenhei were placed under the tonden jimu-kyoku (bureau) (later tonden jimu-gakari [bureau]) of the Hokkaido Development Commissioner.
  189. At first tsukesage was much simpler than homongi.
  190. At first use rather damp ash and replace it with less damp ash every day.
  191. At first vegetables were superimposedly grilled without meats, half folded, wrapped up in newspaper and served.
  192. At first, Anchin told young Kiyohime that 'I would marry you,' but after he had a look at Kiyohime in the shape of snake, he became afraid of her.
  193. At first, Asako served FUJIWARA no Shoshi (also called Taikenmonin) who was the empress of Emperor Toba, and Asako began to be called Ki no tsubone because Asako's father was Ki no kuni no kokushi (the governor of Ki Province).
  194. At first, Bugyonin were referred to as Yuhitsu (private secretary), were assigned to the judicial institution called Hikitsuke and were put in charge of drafting hosho (documents informing lower-ranked people of decisions made by those in the upper ranks) and migyosho (documents to inform people of decisions made by those in the Third Rank or above).
  195. At first, Daijokanin was stamped on the whole part of documents but in the later Nara period, only the 3 areas in the header, footer, and center, plus 1 area near the date were allowed to be stamped.
  196. At first, Emperor Ichijo gave Michinaga an order assigning him only as Nairan, and this was done so with Korechika in consideration but also, at the same time, because Michinaga lacked qualifications as Kanpaku for he was still only Dainagon and he did not have a position as a minister.
  197. At first, Empress Shotoku tried to assign a mission to confirm the oracle to her direct advisor, Buddhist nun WAKE no Hiromushi, however, since 'Hokin' (Hiromushi's Buddhist name) was too poor in health to have a long journey, the Empress invited her younger brother WAKE no Kiyomaro and ordered him to confirm it.
  198. At first, Europe and America were defined as "civilized nations," and Ottoman Turks, China, Japan and so on were defined as "Semi-civilized nation" ("barbaric nation") and African countries and so on were defined as "undeveloped nation."
  199. At first, Fenton composed the melody, but as it was western style, it was unfamiliar to Japanese people and was not accepted very well.
  200. At first, Gesshi AKINO got his training at Imasawa school, a lineage of Daitokuji school which had been inherited by the karo family of Owari Tokugawa family.
  201. At first, Hagoita racquets were used just to play the game of battledore and shuttlecock; however, slowly over time, the racquets came also to be used in exorcism rituals.
  202. At first, Hazuka who looked down on lower-ranked Yoshizawa did not want to teach him, but he felt for Yoshizawa's enthusiasm and eventually determined to teach.
  203. At first, Hideyoshi had an intention to cross the sea in person, but Toshiie and Ieyasu persuaded him that it should be a mistake, and made him change his mind.
  204. At first, Hideyoshi intended to capture this castle by starvation tactics, but since it took too much time, he changed it to inundation tactics.
  205. At first, Hisahide became Yuhitsu (amanuensis) of Chokei (Nagayoshi MIYOSHI), who served the Hosokawa clan.
  206. At first, Hoan-sho (place for displaying the goshin-ei portraits and the Imperial Rescript on Education, the predecessor of Hoan-den) was established at the auditorium or inside the staff room or principal's office.
  207. At first, In no cho meant only the Retired Emperor's domestic governing institution, but it came to mean Chiten's overall political institutions (broad In no cho).
  208. At first, In no cho was established as a household agency for retired emperors and its main work consisted of trials dealing with land-related issues and with civil affairs.
  209. At first, Ingo indicated an emperor who left his throne while he was alive, but it became a custom to confer Ingo as a posthumous title on the Emperor who passed away during his reign.
  210. At first, Japan sought to avoid a conflict through diplomatic efforts; however, Russia backed by its massive military force continued to increase its pressure toward Japan.
  211. At first, Kanetane hoped Nobutane, his oldest son would be the next successor to Hirata's school, and complete the work, however, Nobutane died at the age of 45 on 24th January 1872, so he had to look for another suitable scholar for the work.
  212. At first, Kiyouji HOSOKAWA, a legitimate child of Kazuuji, held the real power of the shogunate government as a steward (later kanrei [shogunal deputy]) of the Shogun, Yoshiakira.
  213. At first, Korean side negotiated with the Qing dynasty based on the thought of Kaichitsujo; however, Korea started to negotiate referring to protecting one's own citizens of modern international law.
  214. At first, Li Hung Chang, who was an influential person in Qing and Parkes, British Ambassador to Japan, protested vehemently.
  215. At first, Li advocated the "Theory of the Child's Mind" ("tongxin shuo" in Chinese, "doshin setsu" in Japanease) by reforming the theory of ryochi.
  216. At first, MINAMOTO no Mitsuyasu agreed with Nobuyori's group, but he was originally on the side of Emperor Nijo's faction, and seceded from his alliance with Nobuyori.
  217. At first, Meika studied under Sansei MUKAI, a disciple of Junan KINOSHITA.
  218. At first, Morichika intended to join up with the Eastern forces led by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  219. At first, Moriya MONONOBE gained the upper hand but he died in his base in Shibukawa County, Kawachi Province (present-day Kizuri, Higashi-Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture).
  220. At first, Munemori proposed to return the capital to Kyoto and had violent quarrel with Kiyomori (Article for November 30 in "Gyokuyo"),
  221. At first, Musashi called his swordsmanship style of heiho (art of warfare) 'Enmei-ryu' ('Enmyo-ryu'), however, in "Gorin no sho," he called it 'Nito Ichi-ryu' or 'Niten Ichi-ryu,' and 'Niten Ichi-ryu' is considered to have been fixed at last.
  222. At first, Naoie UKITA acted under the dominance of the Mori clan and climbed up the ranks after driving out Munekage URAGAMI, who was his lord but was more on Oda's side, but once he found out how powerful the Oda clan and Hideyoshi were, he gave up on the Mori clan and offered to surrender to Hideyoshi.
  223. At first, Ninku criticized Honen's 'Senchaku-shu' (Passages on the Selection of the Nenbutsu in the Original Vow), but later came to regret such criticism and ended up devoting himself to Senju Nenbutsu (single-minded recitation of the Nenbutsu).
  224. At first, Northern Wei implemented a local administration system called the sanchang system to systematically govern the people.
  225. At first, O-oku was the Shogun's private residence and the Shogun had absolute authority in Edo-jo castle.
  226. At first, Prince Oama had ordered the build up of troops at Mino Province, and he himself departed from the Yoshinonomiya Imperial House of Yamato Province on the 24th and headed east.
  227. At first, Satsuki and Misao give their deep feeling of sorrow but he closes his eyes quietly but this requires high skill performance as if he plays nothing,
  228. At first, Shiba's action was passed and the Aizu clan dispatched a doctor and a messenger to apologize to the Tosa clan; the Tosa clan responded by mentioning that Asada was also to blame for not having mentioned his name in the beginning.
  229. At first, Shigeyoshi served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and became Dewa no kami, then he studied in Ming to learn arithmetic.
  230. At first, Shizuko intended to buy three bottles of fragrant water which cost nine yen and present them to each person, but since only two bottles of fragrant water which cost nine yen were sold, she presented the one which cost nine yen to Katsusuke and Yasusuke, and the other which cost eight yen to Maresuke.
  231. At first, Tonotsugu called himself 'KOMA no Tonotsugu' but changed his surname to 'TAKAKURA,' following the suit of his kinsman, TAKAKURA no Fukushin.
  232. At first, Wang Yangming was a student of Shushigaku, but he became frustrated reaching ri in 'each tree and each blade of grass,' and at last left Shushigaku.
  233. At first, Yasubei rejected it with the excuse that he should avoid the extinction of the Nakayama family's line, however, Yahei's wish was so strong that he reported to his lord Naganori ASANO, saying, "Even though the Horibe surname is lost, I want to adopt Yasubei NAKAYAMA as husband for my daughter."
  234. At first, Yoken found Kashiwagi to be completely incomprehensible; a man who had overcame his disability despite being cynical about it; and moreover, took advantage of his disability to lead a brazen life by repeatedly putting others under his sway, knowing exactly what he was doing all along.
  235. At first, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA was regarded by Ming as 'a vassal of Jimyo who competed for the rank of Japanese King with 良懐', and had difficulty with having Ming approve Yoshimitsu as a partner for diplomatic relations.
  236. At first, Yoshimoto was running his own business while offering Naikan therapy at his home to those who wanted to be clients, but in 1953, he retired from the business, established Naikan Dojo (later Naikan Kenshujo) in Yamatokoriyama City and devoted himself to teach Naikan therapy.
  237. At first, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA got engaged to Chiyogimi (Teruhime), a daughter of Kanpaku (Chancellor) Tadaka ICHIJO, but she was affected with smallpox just before the wedding.
  238. At first, a daughter of Yoshikane ASHIKAGA was intended for his lawful wife, but Sanetomo did not allow it and sent an envoy to seek one.
  239. At first, all the shrines as many as 3132 listed on "Jinmyocho" (the list of deities, that is, the list of shrines) were prayed to.
  240. At first, as to the opinion to express Japanese in kana character, Shimizu established 'Kana no kai' (an association of kana) in 1883 with Fumihiko OTSUKI and actively campaigned.
  241. At first, at directly-managed shops such as the central head shop in Kitashirakawa, green onion was served in a blue plastic colander and customers were able to help themselves.
  242. At first, books were only printed in plain type in the Edo period, but gradually versions older and closer to the original handwritten texts came to be requested.
  243. At first, cultivation of American grape varieties formed the core of Japanese wine grapes, however they experienced a setback with a Phylloxera (Viteus vitifoliae, see the article of grape) epidemic.
  244. At first, eel that has been cut into rods were skewered, and sansho (Japanese pepper) miso (soy bean paste) was spread on the broiled eel and sold at stalls.
  245. At first, every daimyo doubted the real power of this new weapon, but as the effectiveness was confirmed through battles, they bought them and made every effort to mass-produce them in their respective territories.
  246. At first, gokenin welcomed the advancement of lawsuits, but a backlash against autocratic judgment soon emerged.
  247. At first, government officials of Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards) combined with Kebiishi based on Senji (Imperial Decree).
  248. At first, he aspired to study medical science, but changed his interest to English; he studied English under Noriyuki GA, and established himself as an English teacher.
  249. At first, he attended the Emperor Godaigo who his sister (the mother of Imperial Prince Kanenaga [Kaneyoshi]) served as noble courtiers, however, he stopped obeying the emperor after the Genko Incident.
  250. At first, he belonged to the Jodo Sect that family members of his parents' home believed in, but afterward he shifted his religious sect from one to another, such as Zen Sect, Icchi School of the Nichiren Sect, Shingon Sect and the Tendai Sect.
  251. At first, he called himself 'Kensai.'
  252. At first, he cooperated with Constitutional Party (liberal group) to achieve the plan to increase land taxes and implemented the plan to increase land taxes and the Industrial Bank of Japan Act.
  253. At first, he defined nenbutsu as 'a way for making people right although the way itself was not right,' that is, since people could never understand Amida-butsu (Amitabha)'s original vow to save people, people could never understand the right way for making them right.
  254. At first, he enrolled in an English-language school but transferred to Shogido (Western-style private art school), where he learned oil painting under the guidance of Shinkuro KUNISAWA.
  255. At first, he entered the agricultural college in Cirencester to study agriculture, however he gave up this idea, knowing that the major agriculture of Britain was stock farming and the major grain was wheat, and that the studies of those things would be useless in Japan.
  256. At first, he identified himself as Shogiku KYUEI and practiced ascetic training at Zentoku-ji Temple in Suruga, and later at Kennin-ji Temple of the Kyoto Gozan (Five Great zen Temples of Kyoto).
  257. At first, he joined Tatsutagawa stable which Tsurunosuke ASAHIDAKE belonged to, and he was ranked in banzuke (official ranking) but later escaped the stable.
  258. At first, he learned haikai (seventeen-syllable verse) and literati painting under Buson YOSA.
  259. At first, he lived in Tsubosakadera Temple, and then in Kojimadera Temple, and built Kangakuji Temple in the precinct of Kojimadera Temple and established esoteric Buddhism Tomitsu Kojima line.
  260. At first, he obeyed FUJIWARA no Naritou, who was Mutsu no kuni no kami (the governor of Mutsu province).
  261. At first, he played an important role in the negotiations with other clans held in Kyoto, Edo (present Tokyo) and other places as a Hisamitsu's close adviser comparable to Toshimichi OKUBO.
  262. At first, he reconstructed the Yotsuhashi Bunraku-za Theater in its ruins of a fire.
  263. At first, he referred himself as YODO or ONO, and he was granted FUJITA as a family name, the position of Noto no kuni no kami (Governor of Noto Province), and the territory of 5700 Kan of rice (1 kan is 3.75 kg) in Numata, Kozuke Province by Katsuyori in 1579.
  264. At first, he referred to himself as Nakatomi clan, but in 769, he was granted the surname of Onakatomi.
  265. At first, he said in a deposition that his motive was to create disorder in society or that he had sought revenge against society.
  266. At first, he served Nobunaga ODA, and, then, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  267. At first, he studied under Nichiro, one of the Nichiren roku roso (the Six Senior Disciples of Nichiren).
  268. At first, he used the Ingo of Onkoin (恩光院), the homyo (a name given to a person who enters the Buddhist priesthood) of Takusho (琢性) and the imina of Katsumi (克海), and was put in charge of the chief priest of the Fukui Betsuin (quasi Grand Head Temple) Honzui-ji Temple.
  269. At first, he visited a famous craftsman Banri OE but he was refused, and he went to Tokyo to become an apparentice of Keisho NAKAI.
  270. At first, he was apprenticed to a blacksmith, but later became a disciple of Ryokuun TAKADA.
  271. At first, he was in a cooperative relationship with Nobunaga, but gradually came into conflict with him because of Nabunaga's attempts to control the Shogun's power, such as Denchu on okite (regulations for the shogunal residence) issued by Nobunaga in 1569.
  272. At first, he was isolated and worked as a clerk in the family registration section in a city hall for a living, but later wielded a big influence on the Kyogen world in Tokyo after his hard work.
  273. At first, he was separated from his mother who remarried into the Okudaira clan, therefore, he referred to himself as Tozo SUGANUMA as the adoptive heir of the younger brother of his mother, and had an opportunity to serve Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  274. At first, he was thinking about donating his collections to the Imperial Museum, but the museum refused the donation.
  275. At first, he worshipped at Atsuta-jingu Shrine.
  276. At first, his armor and helmet (possessed by Tokyo National Museum now) and Jinbaori (sleeveless campaign jacket worn over armor) were kept in the Saikyo-ji Temple.
  277. At first, his brother Sueyasu OGIMACHI was a heir, but he died earlier than their father, and as a result, Sueyoshi became a heir instead of his brother.
  278. At first, his debut film was planned to be neither "Nerawareta Otoko" nor "Kurutta Kajitsu" but 'Ka chan' (Mother) written by Shugoro YAMAMOTO.
  279. At first, his epitaph was 'Sokuyuken no haka' (the grave of Sokuyuken), but later added as 'KUMAZAWA Sokuyuken Shigetsugu no haka' (the grave of KUMAZAWA Sokuyuken Shigemitsu).
  280. At first, his father, Kanekado, had the last name of Satomi, but later became an adopted son of the Ikuta family.
  281. At first, his haigo (the pen name of a haiku poet) was Matsukaku, but from 1724, it became Shokaku.
  282. At first, his health was ruined by exposure to the wind and rain under the poor conditions of the prison.
  283. At first, his name Michitaka (道孝) was also written in other Chinese letters as 道隆.
  284. At first, in 1616, was stationed in Shimoda City in Izu Province, but in 1720, in keeping with the increased economic activity in Edo Bay, it was moved to Uraga in Sagami Province.
  285. At first, in 1874, this Nichiren Sect was split into Icchi School and Shoretsu School, and Fujimon School belonged to Shoretsu School.
  286. At first, in addition to Edo, kin-za was also installed in Sunpu, Kyoto and Sado (later in Kofu), but it was integrated in Edo later.
  287. At first, in the early Buddhist groups called "sangha," the precepts of Buddhism and other rules which were set to control its members based on the precepts were believed to be the original Jiin-ho.
  288. At first, installation of the jito position was limited to Heishi Mokkanryo (Land rights confiscated by Kamakura bakufu from the Taira family).
  289. At first, it bore public relations activities of the school authorities as the university's official publication, but in 1946 it took on an independent accounting system.
  290. At first, it consisted of five provinces in the Kinai, around the capital (Heijokyo or Heiankyo), and seven do in the other areas of Japan.
  291. At first, it did not aim to be sold in markets.
  292. At first, it introduced the system of sakekabu (an official certificate of sake brewing) for the first time in 1657, which was a licensing system for the sake brewing industry as anyone who did not have sakekabu could not brew sake.
  293. At first, it is said to have been used as a tansu (笥; chest of drawers) for storing hemp (麻) yarn and the ancient spelling '麻笥' and '麻の笥' (oke, bucket) exist.
  294. At first, it was a Shingon sect temple, however, it was later changed to a Yuzu Nenbustu sect temple during the Bunsei era (1818-1830) in the late Edo period.
  295. At first, it was a branch temple of Kofuku-ji Temple, and also called Kohoku-ji Temple.
  296. At first, it was a spiritual law simply carrying the message "refrain from taking lives", however the number of offenders did not decrease.
  297. At first, it was believed that the son of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsuna (Yoshitada's uncle), MINAMOTO no Yoshiaki, and his retainer, FUJIWARA no Suekata, were responsible for the assassination.
  298. At first, it was managed as the Keihanna Miyako Hotel, a part of Miyako Hotels and Resorts.
  299. At first, it was named amana natto, similar to shiokara natto (tera natto), but it came to be called amanatto for short after World War II.
  300. At first, it was owned only by daimyo (Japanese feudal lords) and others as a toy of refined taste, but as it was shown to the public and gained popularity, it spread nationwide.
  301. At first, it was presumed that Fujiwara-kyo was located on the inside of Yamato Sanzan (Three Mountains of Yamato).
  302. At first, it was supposed to be only Ariyo and no other descendant of his that was allowed to have the position of Kugyo, but in Ariyo's last days, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA promoted ABE no Arimori, Ariyo's heir, to Kugyo to pay respect to Ariyo's long-time service.
  303. At first, kana, 'Kikkyo,' was given alongside the Chinese characters; however, since guests pronounced the name as 'Kitcho,' the name was changed to 'Kitcho.'
  304. At first, kansatsushi was established in each of Rokudo (six districts) (Tokaido, Hokurikudo, Sanindo, Sanyodo, Nankaido and Saikaido) excluding Tosando, and was also called Rokudokansatsushi.
  305. At first, kudarizake was shipped by higaki-kaisen (a cargo-vessel between Edo and Osaka) with other goods such as cotton and soy sauce, but it came to be shipped independently by taru-kaisen (a cargo-vessel carrying sake barrels) since 1730.
  306. At first, kurokuwa were not permitted to adopt a surname or wear a pair of swords except for a short sword for self-defense, but those kurokuwa of fudai in Mikawa Province were allowed hereditary succession and were treated as the lowest rank of Gokenin (shogunal retainers of the Kamakura bakufu) later.
  307. At first, make nuka-doko.
  308. At first, many Shugo were chosen from powerful locals, but it soon came to be filled by rotation by members of the Ashikaga clan, and only a very few, such as the Akamatsu clan (Norimura AKAMATSU) of Harima province, were able to hold onto the position.
  309. At first, members of Seiwa-Genji, such as MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu and MINAMOTO no Yorinobu were appointed to shoshii, allowing Seiwa-Genji to be recognized as the head of the samurai families.
  310. At first, musket troops of Nobunaga ODA fired at random at Arioka-jo Castle and shooting units set fire to townhouses.
  311. At first, oban consisted of six units.
  312. At first, one coin was worth one mon (or one sen) and it was called shohei sen (sho sen).
  313. At first, one person was assigned to each of the Left and the Right Divisions, but two persons were assigned to Junior Lieutenant of the Left and the Right Divisions on June 9, 799, and then in 1148, the number of Senior and Junior Lieutenants dramatically increased to twenty in each Division.
  314. At first, owing to the cold treatment by the Kamakura bakufu, the authority of the head family of the Nitta clan at the Kenmu Restoration was regarded as lower than that of the same family, the soryo family of the Ashikaga clan.
  315. At first, policies were determined mainly by the Hojo clan, but he participated in policies more deeply as he grew.
  316. At first, refining of bullion was carried out and monitored in the presence of Goto-tedai (clerks of the GOTO family).
  317. At first, right after Dajokan (Great Council of State) System was abolished, it also served as a post for dealing with the former Daijo-daijin Sanetomi SANJO.
  318. At first, roju (senior councilor) Masanao TSUCHIYA, koke (a master of ceremony) Motokuro HATAKEYAMA and others had an audience with Imperial envoys and Inshi (a messenger from the retired Emperor), and Asano, who was in charge of the entertainment, was introduced then.
  319. At first, she married to Seizo SASSA, her cousin, and gave birth to Goroshiro, but Seizo was assassinated in the Honnoji Incident.
  320. At first, she served Shirakawain's Imperial Princess Reishi (Zensaiin), being called Rokujo, and then she served the second consort of Emperor Toba, Taikenmonin FUJIWARA no Shoshi, so came to be called Horikawa.
  321. At first, she was against the love between Nioumiya and Uji no nakagimi, but, when they gave birth to a son, she held ubuyashinai (a party to celebrate the birth of a baby) to celebrate it.
  322. At first, since he was young, Soteki (Norikage) ASAKURA, a great commander of the family, assisted him with government and military affairs until 1555.
  323. At first, tekka meant sparks generated from forging in smithery, then it came to mean sparks generated from swords in fierce fighting or sparks from a muzzle of matchlock gun.
  324. At first, the Bugyo office was located at Yamada in Ise Province (present-day Ise City, Mie Prefecture), and was later moved to Kobayashi, Watarai District, Ise Province (present-day Kobayashi, Misono Village, Ise City).
  325. At first, the Emperor requested Michinaga to assume the position of Kanpaku, but Michinaga declined and continued to hold his position as Nairan.
  326. At first, the Hojo army prevailed, but the situation drastically changed after a surprise attack from above by Masakage YAMAGATA proved successful..
  327. At first, the Imperial court thought this situation was unfair to the students, so it inserted the statement that 'no student who lives outside the dormitory of the Daigaku-ryo can be recommended to be an officer' into the Jogan-shiki Code (a book of laws and regulations compiled in the Jogan Era).
  328. At first, the Japanese Government was reluctant to dispatch fleets to Europe because it would not yield any immediate profit.
  329. At first, the Japanese government had planned to order the new bills from the U.K., but the firm of Dondorf and Normann from Germany persuaded the government saying their ''relief printing'' was effective to prevent counterfeiting.
  330. At first, the Kaga Domain was impressed by the pro-Imperial thoughts of Tenguto and welcomed them nicely.
  331. At first, the Koga Melodies became very popular, sung with a technique called crooning based on the strict interpretation of the vocal technique of Ichiro FUJIYAMA (vocalist Takeo MASUNAGA), an orthodox classical singer who graduated from the Tokyo University of the Arts.
  332. At first, the Satsuma army was defeated in Mifune, positioned as the left flank, and in the night of April 20, the Nomura troop in Otsu, which constituted the right-most flank of the Satsuma army, retreated as well.
  333. At first, the TV station asked Itcho YANAGIYA, a kamikiri performer, to appear on TV, but he refused, saying they should ask Shoraku to do it about a nonsense kamikiri performance in a quiz show, so they followed his advice, and the first Shoraku got to perform kamikiri on TV.
  334. At first, the Taira did not know that the key plotter of the turmoil was Yorimasa, and made the foolish move of including Kanetsuna in the kebiishi assembled to arrest Prince Mochihito.
  335. At first, the Traditional Craftsman was a qualification certified by the Minister for Trade and Industry, and then it became a qualification certified by the Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry.
  336. At first, the characters were read in the Japanese way as 'Yamato,' and then read 'Jippon,' or 'Nippon,' which became established during around the Heian period, led up to the present day.
  337. At first, the clan served the Shiba clan, Shugo (military governor) of Echizen Province, as its Shugodai (provisional governor), but later the Asakura clan itself came to be appointed to Shugo.
  338. At first, the daughter of Nagamasa KURODA was reported as Iemochi's marriage partner, but in August of 1623, Takako TAKATSUKASA of the Takatsukasa family (a line of regents and advisers) came down to Edo, and in December of the same year she was married into the Tokugawa family.
  339. At first, the distilled alcohol which was added was mainly made from potato.
  340. At first, the family named itself 'Ichijo (to avoid ambiguity),' but, when it became the family head, the family name was changed to the present one to avoid duplication with the Ichijo family.
  341. At first, the family reign was supposed to be succeeded by Masanori ROKUGO, the first son of the fifth domain head, Masanaga ROKUGO, however, as Masanori died young in April 1776, Masachika became the heir, and took over as head of the family on January 10, 1784, when his father retired.
  342. At first, the family used the name Nakamikado, but they changed their family name to Matsunoki after the Muromachi period.
  343. At first, the family was called the Nakagawa family.
  344. At first, the fungus, with which katsuobushi was seasoned into karebushi, was generated spontaneously.
  345. At first, the gods gathered chickens of Tokoyo no naganakidori (a long-singing chicken of eternal world that tells the end of the night, the daybreak), and made them crow each other.
  346. At first, the government and the Meiroku-sha (Japan's first academic society) opposed to the petition saying that it was too early, but similar petitions began to be presented one after another after this.
  347. At first, the government ordered people to circulate Bunkyu-eiho coins as a substitute for shinchu shimonsen coin.
  348. At first, the headquarters was called 'chinjo' and later 'Chinju-fu.'
  349. At first, the karaoke machine was placed in bars where Inoue worked, and therefore enka, which was favored in the bars, was the mainstream.
  350. At first, the last Emperor described in it was Emperor Shoko, but every time it was copied and published, then Emperor and Imperial Families were added and there are many discrepancies between manuscripts and printed copies.
  351. At first, the line was opened mainly for transporting Tango "chirimen" (silk crepe, which was the specialty produced in the area along the line) to the "Keihanshin area" (the area including Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe), and the line also provided passenger traffic service.
  352. At first, the name "rice curry" was more common than "curry rice."
  353. At first, the name 'Kosode' was unfamiliar to those other than court nobles.
  354. At first, the number of the Chokusen Councilors was to be less than the total number of the peerage councilors (this rule was abolished in 1925).
  355. At first, the organization ranked Tsukasa (Office), then raised to Ryo (Bureau) in 718.
  356. At first, the plucked tea leaves were either steamed or boiled to stop the function of oxidase, and were then dried on 'hoiro' (a tool to dry tea leaves) and under sunlight.
  357. At first, the provincial monastery and nunnery in that area was Koka-dera Temple (Shigaraki-cho, Koka City, Shiga Prefecture at present, the remains of 'Shigaraki no miya'),
  358. At first, the right of hanzei was approved only for three provinces (Omi, Mino and Owari) where there were severe disturbances, but the various Shugo clamored to beg the bakufu to enact hanzei, and hanzei was made permanent.
  359. At first, the sacred places he selected were called 'associate Shikoku sacred places.'
  360. At first, the second Shoraku became a pupil of Hikoroku HAYASHIYA to become a comic storyteller, but had to give up this path because of his accent, so instead, he became a pupil of the first Shoraku to be a kamikiri performer.
  361. At first, the second Tadatsuna produced Ashinagachoji (a name of a sword) (足長丁子) which style resembled that of the first.
  362. At first, the tenma system was presumed to have been a system to send an envoy with a special commission from the capital to local regions.
  363. At first, the two sides expected a long drawn-out battle and took the fighting stance for it.
  364. At first, the words of the great purification were recited for those assembled for the great purification, but this ritual changed into words presented before the deities.
  365. At first, there was a tendency to appoint authorities of Japan Art Association as Gigeiin in order of seniority.
  366. At first, there was an internal leak from Shoshikai saying 'someone is planning to travel abroad.'
  367. At first, there were full volumes, but the two volumes of jindai (the age of the gods) were lost again.
  368. At first, these two hakase were only there at the daigakuryo to support myogyodo.
  369. At first, these variety show performances, and the traditional court music as well, were under the protection of the Imperial Court.
  370. At first, they began to fight at the Sengokubori-jo Castle which was the east end of the defense line.
  371. At first, they called themselves 'Kitakoji,' but in August 1665, their petition was sanctioned and they were renamed 'Mimurodo.'
  372. At first, they called themselves 'Nakagawa,' but in 1678, during the time of Terunaga TSUTSUMI, the second generation of the family and the son of Sadanaga, they were renamed 'Tsutsumi.'
  373. At first, they managed the territory, (called Hojo-daishoryo or Tokusoryo) estates owned by the Hojo Tokuso family, the main branch of the Hojo clan, as a local governor.
  374. At first, they were from lower stratum such as lower-ranking samurai or common people except Nishimura.
  375. At first, they were just temporary markets provided in the courts, and were very much like entertaining-type.
  376. At first, they were the members of Shonagonkyoku, which was the office of Shonagon, but later, they began to have their own office called Gekicho, which was called Gekikyoku later.
  377. At first, thirteen year old Yoritomo was appointed to Hyoefu (Headquarters of the Middle Palace Guards) at Jimoku (ceremony for appointing officials) of reward grants for the Imperial army that defeated Shinzei (FUJIWARA no Michinori).
  378. At first, this organization captured robbers and handed them over to government offices, and was characteristic of a vigilante committee in that it maintained security and defended the territory.
  379. At first, this post was under the direct control of Shogun, then the Roju system (member of shogun's council of elders) was established and the roju controlled the post.
  380. At first, those countries tried to maintain Kaichitsujo, considered international law a tool and rejected to join in the treaty system, but acceptance of international law was gradually promoted.
  381. At first, those ports were nothing more than designated ports to accept Japanese ships, but gradually, many Japanese began living in these areas, and the Korean Government could not stop it.
  382. At first, townspeople needed an intermediary like relatives, acquaintances or senior jochu, or roundabout maneuvering or procedures like adopting their daughters to hatamoto to send them to O-oku.
  383. At first, tropical Japonica was introduced to the Japanese archipelago through the Nansei Islands.
  384. At first, users used to sing a song looking at a lyric sheet or a lyric book.
  385. At first, you provided lodging for the elder monk Reiyo, but did not support him; instead, you were tempted by someone to challenge Reiyo to a debate and made an uproar inside and outside of Kyoto and Azuchi.'
  386. At four o'clock in the afternoon he received following information.
  387. At four years of age, he entered service for Eiso, a monk of Shokoku-ji Temple Jotoku-in in Kyoto, as a young bonze.
  388. At front side, hallmarks of "(image of Daikokuten), joze" and "joze, ho" were inscribed from several or more than 10 places.
  389. At gerontocracy churches (e.g. the Reformed Church, the Presbyterian Church), shitsuji means a post assumed by ordinary believers that is responsible for accounting and welfare matters.
  390. At government offices, the replacement record were made in order to confirm the amount of rice tax held at the time of the change of a provincial governor (kokushi), and the book of allotted farmland (handen chobo mokuroku) were made when farmlands were allotted.
  391. At her deathbed, she sat up straight, said goodbye to everyone, lay down saying just "then" and died.
  392. At her funeral, KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro presented an elegy about the happily marriage of the two, the Imperial Princess Asuka and her husband.
  393. At her residence in which she lives a quiet, charming life like something out of an old tale, Genji remembers the days of the reign of his father the emperor.
  394. At her wedding, Princess Chichibu Setsuko wore karaginu with green warp and weft, and a green lining, but this was referred to as blue, which may be a new definition that arose in early modern times.
  395. At high altitudes, the boiling temperature of water decreases, and cooked rice by an ordinary rice cooker will leave a hard core at the center of the rice grain.
  396. At his Nijyugokaiki (the 24th anniversary of one's death), the name Tokunyu was given and became accounted in the successive leaders officially.
  397. At his birth, silkworms and mulberry leaves appeared on his head, and the five main cereals were produced in his navel, so he was regarded as the god of food-origin stories in the Japanese mythology such as Ogetsu-hime in Kojiki and Ukemochi in Nihonshoki.
  398. At his coming-of-age ceremony, the true head of the MATSUDAIRA (TOKUGAWA) Clan identified himself as "Jiro Saburo Motonobu MATSUDAIRA".
  399. At his death bed, Aritomo YAMAGATA, Kageaki KAWAMURA, Masatake TERAUCHI, Tamemoto KUROKI and others gathered, and it is said that it was as if the marshals (Japan) moved into the residence of the Oyama family.
  400. At his death, Shinran's younger brother Jin'u and his youngest daughter Kakushinni, among others, were with him.
  401. At his death, he wrote the last poem as "after thirty years I awoke from my empty dream, it was like the clouds floating across Akamagaseki in the summer night."
  402. At his death, the paintings of carp by Kogi are released into the lake, and the carp leave the paper and begin to swim.
  403. At his demise, he was either 70 years old (according to the "Nihon shoki"), 64 ("Kojiki"), or 67 ("Jinno shotoki" [literally, A Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns]).
  404. At his fifth attempt he was forced to sail to Hainan at the southernmost tip of China, and after losing Yoei who had accompanied him so far, he also suffered the burden of losing his eyesight.
  405. At his funeral, Martin SCORSESE, who has acknowledge he was heavily influenced by Imamura, offered a condolence message stating that "He was my teacher."
  406. At his funeral, he received Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  407. At his hometown, Murata built the Shigakko (school mainly for warriors) with Toshiaki KIRINO and Kunimoto SHINOHARA and became a director of Hotai (army troop) school and Shoten school (school for children).
  408. At his older brother Jitsunyo's command, Renjun entered Kensho-ji Temple in Otsu Chikamatsu and established Gansho-ji Temple in Nagashima, Ise Province (Nagashima, Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture).
  409. At his private art school 'Shobikan,' he did not accept any fee.
  410. At home, an ordinary eyeleteer can be substituted for a stick.
  411. At home, the food is often broiled over the flames of a gas stove.
  412. At imperial court functions he was frequently called upon to demonstrate his marksmanship both from horseback and on foot.
  413. At important points in the reclaimed fields, houses called "sho" or "shosho" were constructed for the development and management of the land.
  414. At its height, one third of the face value of Sendai Domain, 200,000 koku of rice was sent to Edo.
  415. At its opening, the school had two teachers, Joe himself and J.D. Davis, and eight students, including Yujiro MOTORA, Rikizo NAKAJIMA, and Eizaburo UENO.
  416. At its peak around 1810 to 1830 (Bunka and Bunsei eras), it is believed that nearly 100,000 plum trees were grown in Tsukigase Bairin.
  417. At its peak, 20,000 to 30,000 tourists visited each day.
  418. At its peak, it reigned over more than 60 tatchu (sub-temples) and branch temples.
  419. At its peak, the temple owned about 440 square meters of land and the precincts extended over the current campus of the Nara University of Education.
  420. At its peak, there were more than 180 Shingaku koshas around the country.
  421. At just about the same time, on the evening of July 2, Hideyoshi captured the messenger sent by Mitsuhide AKECHI to Mori, got a secret letter saying that Nobunaga had lost his life by the rebellion of Mitsuhide AKECHI at Honno-ji Temple in Kyoto City.
  422. At kojo (a ceremony to announce that an actor takes a new stage name), only three people were there, including Kichiemon NAKAMURA I, Utaemon, and Fukusuke (present Shikan NAKAMURA VII) in front of a gilded folding screen, but the kojo itself was done by Kichiemon alone.
  423. At large shrines and temples such as the Ise-jingu Shrine, tourists called "onshi" appeared and together with temple lodgings, they helped pilgrims find their way within their area.
  424. At last Arai held an initiative on currency policy, and he insisted to return the original content ratio to the coins.
  425. At last Japan Socialist Party compromised with a revised bill, in which the possessive particle "の" was inserted into the name of the day to allow an interpretation of "cerebrating the foundation of a nation itself."
  426. At last Jingi Jimukyoku (Shinto Worship Bureau) held a ceremony of kamiage kami uta (a kind of God's song) and the retainers left there.
  427. At last he not only violates the commandment but also gets drunk into sleep.
  428. At last in 1876, Naimukyo (Secretary of Interior) Toshimichi OKUBO was pushed by vigorous proposition of the Choshu faction led by Naikakukomon (adviser to the Cabinet) Takayoshi KIDO and accepted the Kagoshima prefectural government reform bill.
  429. At last in 1956, it was discovered that this constituent was Mevalonic acid by Gakuzo TAMURA of Tokyo University who took the Validation of microorganism quantification method.
  430. At last on June 12 (old calendar), Tsukasa SHIBA committed seppuku as a gesture of apology, preventing the relationship between the Aizu clan and the Tosa clan from being damaged.
  431. At last on September 7 (in the old lunar calendar), while Tadakuni was absent, an order of the bakufu for revocation of Agechi-rei was issued by Toshitsura DOI, and on September 13 (in the old lunar calendar) Tadakuni was dismissed from Roju, which ended Tempo Reforms along with Agechi-rei.
  432. At last there was an enthronement ceremony; a coronation after having donations from Motonari MORI and so on.
  433. At last they end up chanting solemnly "Namukimeichoreidaijidaihikanjizaison."
  434. At last, Arai gained the initiative on currency policy, and he insisted to return the content rate of the coins to the original rate.
  435. At last, I realized I was wrong.
  436. At last, Ieyasu sent Tadateru MATSUDAIRA, his sixth son, to Osaka-jo Castle, to calm the situation down.
  437. At last, Mamoru's children, MINAMOTO no Tasuku, MINAMOTO no Takashi, and MINAMOTO no Shigeru, attacked Masakado and the fight between Masakado and the family became fierce.
  438. At last, Prince Yamashiro no oe and his followers came down from the mountain and entered into Hokyu-ji temple, and the prince, his wives and concubines and all other family members hanged themselves, as a result, the imperial Joyu family ended.
  439. At last, Saisho no Chujo reveals what the 'young prince' really is, which changes the situation noticeably.
  440. At last, Tomokirimaru returns to Sukeroku, and then, the scene ends with a collective dramatic pose performed by pursuers who have just entered onto the stage, Sukeroku, and Agemaki.
  441. At last, approval of Sanboshi's candidacy by Nagahide NIWA, Tsuneoki IKEDA, and others who attended the conference tentatively brought an end to this succession problem.
  442. At last, bow again when leaving the sanmon.
  443. At last, his desperate attitude disposed Ishihara to say to Araki, 'His request is understandable. I think there is no problem if we tell bakufu about this after we return to Edo.'
  444. At last, his rude conducts infuriated Amaterasu and secluded herself in the Ama no iwato.
  445. At last, in 1037, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and in 1043, he retired, becoming a priest.
  446. At last, in May, 1930, daishin-in (predecessor of the supreme court of Japan) dismissed the final appeal to prove them guilty.
  447. At last, on June 5, 1666, the bakufu issued the order of kaieki (punishment by being deprived of one's fief) to Takakuni because of the discord between parent and child as well as his misrule of the domain, and Takakuni was placed in custody of Shigenobu NANBU, the lord of the domain of Morioka of the Province of Mutsu.
  448. At last, she confessed that she had a handsome man coming to her every night although she did not know who he was.
  449. At last, the emperor became ill, and neither medicine nor prayer could not restore his health.
  450. At last, the garrison took a position behind Daniyama and drove off the Satsuma army.
  451. At last, the person in charge of negotiations for Japan prepared a false instrument of surrender titled 'Kanpaku kohyo' (literally, letter of surrender by Kanpaku) and it was reported to Ming that Hideyoshi's only condition for peace was 'restart of the tally trade' (between Japan and the Ming Dynasty).
  452. At last, the western army was routed due to the betrayal of Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA and Yasuharu WAKIZAKA; therefore, Mitsunari escaped from the battlefield to Mt. Ibuki.
  453. At last, they arrived in Suruga Province, having somehow recruiting soldiers on the way.
  454. At last, treaty system originated in western countries replaced kaichitsujo (or a batch of such kaichitsujo) that was not homogeneous or uniform depending on country or district.
  455. At last, with the coming of the Taisho period, trunk-line steam locomotives of a Japanese-original design began to appear.
  456. At later times, there were cases of exception where the title nyoin was given to kokumo or junbo who did not become a nun, or even to those who were not kokumo or junbo.
  457. At least about 1479, he made his own power permeate throughout Hoki Province, and formed a foothold in the province.
  458. At least four parties, including an additional party as the purchaser, became necessary.
  459. At least his action that he betrayed Kageyasu TAKAHASHI in the Siebold Incident was criticized from a Confucian moral standpoint and described as a typical action of cruel ninja.
  460. At least it is thought that there was a very close blood relationship between Masazane and Tsunezane.
  461. At least ten or more persons, but ordinarily 20 or more, would sing in unison and play the instruments required for the song.
  462. At least three or four types of portraits have been identified as depicting Mitsunari.
  463. At least two books were imported into Japan.
  464. At least until February 1590, there was a group of vassals called as Tatsuchiyo-shu.
  465. At least, Jien says that onryo will not appear without a reason; they will take their revenge.
  466. At least, Ronglu and others who had a negative attitude toward war were thinking so.
  467. At least, he is thought to have joined in the Battle of Seta on August 23 which was the final battle of the war.
  468. At least, it can be said that the meaning of 'sankyoku gasso' is not 'tunes' played with 'three' kinds of instruments but the ensemble with three kinds of instruments.
  469. At least, it is doubtful that a high priest like Tenkai used family crests (even two types) that are not related to his origin.
  470. At least, it was not used in the days of Dogen, the founder of the Soto sect or Eisai, the founder of the Rinzai sect.
  471. At least, the tale of Tametomo's heroism would have been well known to everyone from the mid- to late-Kamakura period.
  472. At least, there is no evidence to attribute these two tales to the same author.
  473. At least, there is no record about hibutsu in or before the Nara period.
  474. At local shoen, however, jito often embezzled nengu on the pretext of natural disasters etc. and many of these disputes couldn't be resolved through litigations alone or the results of litigations were virtually ineffective.
  475. At machi-gaisho financing for the poor was offered at low interest rates.
  476. At major stations, simple rechargers are installed on the platforms and the concourses inside the ticket wicket.
  477. At manned stations, passengers buy tickets with cash at the ticket gate or pass the ticket or the KANSAI THRU PASS through an automatic ticket gate.
  478. At many hot spring resorts, shops demonstrate the cooking of onsen eggs in hot spring steam or water and the onsen eggs are sold as specialties.
  479. At many mercantile families, employees up to tedai rank were expected to live with the merchant and his family, so the employee in banto position was finally freed from this obligation and was allowed to commute from his own home.
  480. At many of soba restaurants, the main floor is usually an open eating area with tables, whereas the upstairs is partitioned off into small private rooms used for such purposes as sensitive conferences, lovers' meetings and large gatherings.
  481. At many post offices, a departure ceremony is held before the delivery on New Year's Day, but the peak of the process has passed and the nengajo are no longer in the post office.
  482. At many restaurants, yuto containing sobayu is brought to the table just as the customer finishes soba but there are some places where sobayu arrives with soba.
  483. At many shops in Taiwan, maneki-neko identical to those found in Japan have been placed out front or behind the register since the Japanese cultural boom of the 1990s.
  484. At meeting, 'Conversion Plan' unanimously agreed and decided, including succession of management of Miyazu Line by Miyafuku Railway.
  485. At meeting, resolution that Miyafuku Railway take over Miyazu Line after 'Conversion Plan' agreed and decided on.
  486. At men's naked festivals, sometimes a few men, wearing it as a substitute for loincloth, are found.
  487. At midnight of May 19, 1855, he ran away with Uma.
  488. At midnight on July 14, 1867, bakuri (shogunate officials) first conducted a raid on a secret church, and captured Senemon TAKAGI and 67 other Christians all at once.
  489. At midnight on May 24, the Shimazu army raided Nejirozaka.
  490. At midnight on the 31th, 47 Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of the Ako domain), including Oishi, attacked the residence of Kira.
  491. At midnight the abbot appears and looks for the Zen master, but he seems not to be able to find the Zen master, passing by him.
  492. At midnight, October 24, 1876, the Keishin-to party split into units, then attacked the residence of Masaaki TANEDA, the Kumamoto Chindai Army Commander, and the residence of Ryosuke YASUOKA, the Governor of Kumamoto Prefecture, and killed four prefectural government officials as well as TANEDA AND YASUOKA.
  493. At midnight, when heavy rain was falling, a few men rushed into the room where SERIZAWA was sleeping, murdered HIRAYAMA who was sleeping in the same room, and tried to slash SERIZAWA.
  494. At most churches, Shitsuji is appointed through the election by its members and serve his/her tenure.
  495. At movie theaters, however, projectionists faced a difficulty in synchronizing and a lot of complaints were made.
  496. At nakazeki (the part in the string, to which the arrow is fitted), the thread of shamisen (a Japanese stringed instrument), which was made of silk, was rolled twice, they say.
  497. At negotiation over Russo-Mongolian Agreement in 1912, translated "Bankoku Koho" in Mongolian language was brought to Peterburg where the negotiation was held.
  498. At night a man who heard the sound of a musical instrument went out of his house to find young men and women playing in the square.
  499. At night it moves around and gets up to mischief, making noise and teasing people.
  500. At night music and dancing went on and on, and court nobles and imperial princes who came over also joined them.
  501. At night of the same day, the Japanese troops entered the castle.
  502. At night on January 27, in the group of Captain Kuraishi, Officer Designate Santaro IMAIZUMI jumped into a river along with a noncommissioned officer, though the others had tried to stop them.
  503. At night on July 22, 1918, 'Ibukimaru' ship made a port call at Uozu Port in Uozu town, Shimoniikawa County, Toyama Prefecture to transport rice to Hokkaido.
  504. At night on March 29, 1884, more than 40 people from Yoshigiwa Village and seven other villages in that county gathered at Yawatashita, Okami Village and consulted as to how they could repay debts from Hachiroemon OSHIO of Toda Village, and the talks ended in disorder.
  505. At night somebody knocked the door of a house.
  506. At night the okonomiyaki shops in town are quiet and close relatively early.
  507. At night they moved the heaquarters to Honjo, and while they were bickering about the military meeting, the Seiki-ryodan official brigade of the Government army started to move to south.
  508. At night they practice Shomyo.
  509. At night, Empress Akikonomu confesses to Genji that she wants to become a priestess to console the spirit of her mother Rokujo no Miyasudokoro, whose spirit is still in agony even after death, while Genji persuades her not to do so.
  510. At night, Kangen (gagaku piece without dance) was held, and Ben no shosho, whose voice was beautiful, sang 'Umegae.'
  511. At night, SERIZAWA, HIRAYAMA, HIRAMA returned; SERIZAWA and Oume, and Kichiei and HIRAYAMA went to sleep in 10 tatami mat bed room sharing the room with a folding screen, and HIRAMA and Itosato went to sleep in the other room.
  512. At night, a man came to Omiya, saying that he was from Totsukawa Village and wished to see Ryoma.
  513. At night, a strange sound, 'chon chon', like a sound of cutting branches of bamboo is heard, and then, it changes into a creaky sound, 'ki ki', like a sound of cutting its base.
  514. At night, both of them raise their voices in lamentation and pass the night invoking the Buddha's name.
  515. At night, he attended a dojo (a training hall) with diligence, and learned various kinds of martial arts.
  516. At night, he has a dream that Manago appears and he flirts with her at her house.
  517. At night, the Sasaki brothers returned to the residence of Shigekuni together with Zenjo ANO whom they met on their way back.
  518. At night, the Zen master goes to the mountain temple, and it falls to utter ruin.
  519. At night, while he shuts himself inside as he was told to do, he hears a woman's voice say, 'So disappointed. The sentences of blessed charms are written here (so I can't enter).'
  520. At nine o'clock peasants crossed the Watarase-gawa River running nearby Unryu-ji Temple and headed toward Tatebayashi City.
  521. At nine p.m. about 600 students started a protest in front of the headquarters of the City Police, however it was soon broken up by tear bombs and so on; the students gathered again after ten o'clock and formed a delegation to request the Chief of the City Police to meet them.
  522. At noon of the following day, the Shinsen-gumi returned to their base in Mibu Village. (If they had returned to their base at night, they might have fallen into an ambush, so they took a rest in the city until dawn.)
  523. At noon on the same day, Kugyo, lords and choshi in Kyoto were seated.
  524. At one end of a corridor with a chumon is a tsuridono extending over the pond, which is part of the architecture of the garden and was used for boarding a pleasure boat, or for enjoying the coolness in the evening, moon viewing, or snow viewing.
  525. At one event, he had the Kudaranokonikishi clan perform Kudara-gaku (music of Paekche).
  526. At one of the Tatchu (a sub-temple on the site of a main temple) of Manpuku-ji Temple, Shinko-in Temple, there remains a chinso of Mushin Shokaku.
  527. At one point he studied the Ritsu sect under the Buddhist priest Shindo.
  528. At one point it became of abolished status and even the five-storied and three-storied pagoda were up for sale.
  529. At one point, "Kameno-o" (literally, King of tortoise) was proposed, but Kameji ABE who felt timid with such grandiose name did not accept it but changed the name to "Kameno-o" (literally, a tail of tortoise.)
  530. At one point, Takakuni found himself outnumbered and was forced to retreat to Tanba Province, but he was saved by the death of the former shogun, Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA, who had sided with Sumimoto's force, and on August 24 Takakuni claimed victory in the Battle of Funaokayama.
  531. At one point, he progressed to Kozuke Province, but did not join Yoritomo and went towards the Hokuriku region.
  532. At one point, his troops showed superiority that no enemy could withstand against them, although once his troops heard the news about the defeat of the Imperial army in the battle of Mt. Kasagi, Sakurayama troops scattered and eventually the troops were weakened.
  533. At one point, however, Osaka's theater was renamed Tozaigodo (literally, east and west jointly) and the number of performances of Tokyo-style kabuki increased.
  534. At one point, it was feared that thatched-roof workers might become extinct with no successors around but several residents of the village became thatched-roof craftsmen in recent year.
  535. At one stage they were even in danger of becoming extinct.
  536. At one time during the early 18th century, with the exception of the Konoe family, all the heads of Sekkan-ke (the families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor) were taken up by Norihira's grandsons (Kanehiro TAKATSUKASA, Kaneka ICHIJO, Sukeie KUJO, and Tsunahira NIJO).
  537. At one time he intended to take Genji into his family as Oborozukiyo's husband.
  538. At one time his actual existence itself was suspected.
  539. At one time in Japan, it was common to warm shochu as a way to drink alcoholic beverage.
  540. At one time in the past, Emperor Anko, who was the father-in-law of Prince Mayowa, killed Prince Mayowa's father, Imperial Prince Okusaka, and married Prince Mayowa's mother, Imperial Princess Nakashi.
  541. At one time the Doyokai swelled to reach 56 members, but thereafter many members began leaving the group one after another.
  542. At one time the Kyoto Line also operated the limited express and express trains on an extra basis during the first three days of the new year, until the frequency of the limited express during daytime was increased.
  543. At one time the trees were blighted by pine weevils, and were in danger of being wiped out.
  544. At one time there were more violent staging.
  545. At one time, Japanese commonly had sake only several times a year with licking salt on the corner of masu and drank heavily.
  546. At one time, Satsu-gun occupied most of the land under Shiroyama castle, but the Government army, which landed and deployed thereafter, occupied the area under the castle by the 3rd, and they completed preparations for a siege of Shiroyama on the 6th.
  547. At one time, his close friend, Masanori FUKUSHIMA, said to him, 'They are heavy on your side, aren't they?'
  548. At one time, however, when one of such shichu-hikimawashi parades went past a merchant's store in Koishikawa, the criminal spied a woman suckling a baby among the onlookers on the street and said, "I like to suckle at her breast."
  549. At one time, it seems that 800 travelers stayed in hatago (inn with meals) in the vicinity of Kumano in a day.
  550. At one time, it was practiced among ordinary people and families, but it has remained up to now only in hanamachi (geisha district) as an attraction to draw in customers.
  551. At one time, patrons came even to the dressing room to receive the glaring as an amulet.
  552. At one time, people used to dedicate aburaage to Eiheiji Temple.
  553. At one time, researchers thought that the philosophy of the Yin and Yang introduced into Japan developed into Ommyodo.
  554. At one time, she frequently appeared on TV variety programs including "Kazuyoshi MORITA, Waratte Iitomo!!" of Fuji Television (2022/4 - 2202/9, as a regular member on Mondays).
  555. At one time, she worked as a maiko (apprentice geisha) and was called "Namiko," in Gion Kobu (the largest entertainment area in Kyoto).
  556. At one time, when the trains carried their destination plates on the front face, the trains departing from Uji for Sanjo used the plate on which the two Chinese characters that together indicated Sanjo were deliberately placed with a space in between as '三 条' (san-jo) in order to distinguish them from those proceeding from the direction of Osaka.
  557. At onnagaku (a musical performance by women performed for the Imperial court), she clashes with her grandfather Takachika SHIJO, Minister of War.
  558. At over 3m tall, they are the largest Shitenno statues in Japan.
  559. At ozashiki and on the stage both geisha and Maiko are heavily-powdered with Shironuri (white makeup), but while a geisha usually wears a wig, Maiko dresses her hair in traditional Japanese style and wears a gorgeous ornate hairpin, tsumami-kanzashi (a decorative hair pin) featuring something like flowers of each season.
  560. At present 'Jurokuyaegiku,' which is the Kamon of the imperial family is treated as national emblem under customary law.
  561. At present 'Tanada' means 'rice fields arranged in a staircase pattern on a very steep slope on a mountain.'
  562. At present (2005), only a small number of households and long-established stores are maintaining the old tradition of doing Uchimizu in the morning and evening.
  563. At present (2006), it is said that there are more than 800 shops just in Hiroshima City alone (estimated from a survey by Chugoku Shinbun newspaper in 1992) and 2000 shops in Hiroshima Prefecture.
  564. At present Japanese deer are protected as natural treasures and thus all the deerskin is imported from foreign countries such as China and so on, but recently the number of deer farming industries is decreasing because they are unprofitable and the future supply is under threat.
  565. At present KER uses Platform 3 as the main track and Platform 4 as the sidetrack.
  566. At present approximately 7000 Japanese people a year immigrate to the U.S. and obtain U.S. citizenship.
  567. At present atagoto is mainly succeeded to the family of Danjuro ICHIKAWA.
  568. At present days in the beginning of the 21st century, it is not made from bulrush fluff in Japan or China, but cotton, kapok, or buckwheat hull is used for inner material and velvet or cotton is used for outer material.
  569. At present in the 21st century, both the Rinzai sect and the Soto sect have temples in the United States and Europe.
  570. At present in the 21st century, most of the thatched roofs have been replaced by metal roofs, such as tin roofs; but a small number of buildings with thatched roofs still remain.
  571. At present it is the five red-light districts of Gion Kobu, Miyagawa-cho, Gion Higashi, Ponto-cho, and the Kamishichiken districts, where there are Maiko in Kyoto.
  572. At present it is treated as chokufu (imperial seal) same as Todai-ji Temple Shosoin and so on, and jiju (a chamberlain) of the Imperial Household Agency manages it.
  573. At present it performs mainly Kisha and does not perform Busha ceremonies.
  574. At present men are usually given the title including 'A (阿)' and women are usually given the title including 'Ichi (弌).'
  575. At present not only the local writers but also local cultural figures and local people from media are on the stage.
  576. At present restoration and preparation work being over, it is open to the public.
  577. At present the competition rules provided by All Nippon Kyudo Federation (hereinafter referred to as the competition rules) specify the official types of mato and the installation procedures.
  578. At present the copied books are stored in Tokyo National Museum and Historiographical Institute at the University of Tokyo and so on.
  579. At present the expression to 'practice Dabi' means 'to cremate.'
  580. At present the gravestone is moved to Tentoku-ji Temple (3-chome, Toranomon, Minato Ward, Tokyo [Tokyo Prefecture]).
  581. At present the mark of Totsukawa-mura and that of Shintotsukawa-cho in Hokkaido share the same design.
  582. At present the trains are painted in the same solid maroon color as the trains of Hankyu.
  583. At present the tumulus is surrounded by moats full of water, but this is a result of the drastic reconstruction by restoration in the Bunkyu era, and before that it had been surrounded by rice fields.
  584. At present there are 12 schools authorized by the Japan Swimming Federation.
  585. At present there are only a few schools that teach an art of using Tsukubo as a weapon.
  586. At present there are two Maiko.
  587. At present there are two groups of shrines sacred to this kami, namely the group of Myoken-sha Shrine (originally, some still currently, sacred to Myoken; the bodhisattva Myoken who is the deification of the North Star) and the group of Suiten-gu Shrine (originally sacred to Suiten; the god of waters derived from the Hindu god of waters Varuna).
  588. At present there remain a few letters which are confirmed being in his handwriting; his letter to Naozumi ARIMA and to Okinaga MATSUI are signed as "Miyamoto Musashi Harunobu," and another letter to Sado no kami (Governor of Sado Province) Nagaoka signed as "Niten."
  589. At present they are sold in some areas across Japan, including Takaoka City (Toide-machi, Fukuoka-machi) and Tonami City in Toyama Prefecture.
  590. At present, "Hyakunin Isshu" is more familiar as karuta (card game) than as a collection of poetry and people playing Hyakunin Isshu Karuta are often found at the New Year.
  591. At present, "Kumo Doro" is kept in Higashimukai Kannon-ji Temple in Bakuro-cho, Kamigyo Ward.
  592. At present, "ONOGAWA (sumo stable-master name system)" is one of sumo stable-master name systems of Japan Sumo Association.
  593. At present, 'O-mato Zenkoku Taikai' (The National Competition of Arrow Shooting at Large Targets) is held at Sanjusangen-do Hall around the middle of January every year, but the competition is such that the participants take aim at targets located 60 meters away, which is similar in appearance to, but different in substance from, Toshiya.
  594. At present, 'Taijo hiho chintaku reifu' in Dozo are believed to be the original form and it is considered that they were brought over in the early Middle Ages.
  595. At present, 'curry powder' is available at supermarkets in India and the country's consumption of curry powder is the world's number one (Japan ranks second).
  596. At present, 'sushi' is part representative of Japanese food as well as teriyaki and tenpura, and many Japanese restaurants outside Japan contain sushi on their menus.
  597. At present, '飯豊' of Mt. Iidesan in Fukushima Prefecture is read as 'iide.'
  598. At present, 15 roei tunes are still existent.
  599. At present, 3,300-odd documents are known.
  600. At present, All Japan University Equestrian Federation holds the All Japan University Prize for dressage, jumping and eventing, the All Japan University Equestrian Championship, and the Championship for Female Equestrian.
  601. At present, American army does not issue its military currency, so there seems to be no possibility of application.
  602. At present, Angle-Miyuki issues a bulk order to manufacture Ecchu fundoshi when it decides the annual production.
  603. At present, Awa Wasanbonto is cultivated and manufactured only in such regions as Itano-cho and Dosei-cho, Awa City.
  604. At present, Brush Examinations supported by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology are the only objective qualification criteria to determine Shodo skills.
  605. At present, Chinese noodles are used to cook Saimin, but the soup broth is undoubtedly Japanese style.
  606. At present, Curry Udon has become such a popular item on the menu that the majority of Udon noodles shops serve it.
  607. At present, Ennen is performed only at some temples in Iwate Prefecture and Tochigi Prefecture.
  608. At present, Fushin-an is managed by the Fushin-an Foundation.
  609. At present, Goo-jinja Shrine is located on the site where the mansion of the Nakanoin family existed.
  610. At present, Hiyoshi-cho remains an administrative district in Nantan City.
  611. At present, Ichikishimahime is the enshrined deity of Hetsumiya Shrine, one of the three shrines that make up Munakata Taisha Shrine.
  612. At present, Japanese traditional clothes and sashes sold on the market are mostly embroidered mechanically, so nihon shishu, being embroidered by hand, is quite precious and rare.
  613. At present, Kizu-cho no longer exists.
  614. At present, Motoya takes two children to and from the kindergarten everyday, and the couple are separately reporting recent events on their respective blogs.
  615. At present, National Route 25 follows its path.
  616. At present, Noh artists in the system of "four theatres, five styles" have organized The Nohgaku Performers' Association and members of the Nohgaku Performers' Association are entitled professional Noh artists.
  617. At present, Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) rates the Doshisha at <AA+>.
  618. At present, Shibutani kaido is connected to National Route 1 at Higashiyama Tunnel, but Jindo Tunnel which is located on the north side of Higashiyama Tunnel used to be a tunnel for Shibutani kaido (Kazando).
  619. At present, Sonobe-cho only exists as the name of an administrative district of Nantan City.
  620. At present, Takeda's theory of jibutsudo as the origin of butsudan is regarded as dominant.
  621. At present, Tenguri is closely related to the religious life of nomads of the Kamchatka peninsula to the Sea of Marmara.
  622. At present, Toshinaga HONDA is the fourth soke (grand master).
  623. At present, Tozo NAKAMURA and Hidetaro KATAOKA play the role of Okane as their repertoire.
  624. At present, West Japan Railway Company (JR West) Fukuchiyama Branch and rail yard (Fukuchiyama Depot) of JR West, and the head office of Kitakinki Tango Railway are located in Fukuchiyama City.
  625. At present, Yojiro TAKEHARA is the '47th Grand Master.'
  626. At present, Yoshinori MORIYA, a grandson of Kinjuro, serves soke dairi (representation of head of family).
  627. At present, a 'branch family' refers to the Tetsunojo family in Kanze school.
  628. At present, a Joshi park has been established and many excavations of historic sites have been reported.
  629. At present, a commercial building run by Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd. called 'Passagio' stands there.
  630. At present, a common view of the researchers of the early-modern times Imperial court is that the status of jigekanjin at that time was 'Sansai' (literally, three officials) structure led by the three Saikanjin families of Kyokumu, Kanmu and Suino.
  631. At present, a few families having a rare surname 'Ioto' (or Ando) exist centered in Nara Prefecture or Wakayama Prefecture.
  632. At present, a new religious sect calling itself Koshinto exists, and has inherited much the same characteristics as those sects described above; there are also other religious sects calling themselves Koshinto though none of these was in existence before the Edo period.
  633. At present, a plural number of hot spring suppliers are supporting Beppu-onsen Hot Spring whose number of hot spring wells and the yield of hot water is the largest in Japan.
  634. At present, a small pagoda, which was rebuilt around 1935, stands beside the remains of the Five-Storied Pagoda and no other buildings older than the small pagoda remain.
  635. At present, a stone pillar on which the words 'Grave of Master Keisho IGAI' are engraved is found in front of the gate of Ryushin-ji Temple located to the north of Tsu Municipal Nishikyonai Junior High School.
  636. At present, a theory by Mineo KAIHO and Iwao ENDO that Ezochishimao Kasha was the Ando clan, a theory by Shosuke MURAI, Kimiaki TAKAHASHI and others that the envoy was fake on the premise of existence of the Ando clan, and a theory by Setsuko OSA that a fake envoy was sent by people of Tsushima Island exist concurrently.
  637. At present, a woman of Sumiya (a geisha house) in Shimabara, Kyoto, who calls herself "Yachiyo tayu," dresses up as tayu and shows her performances, such as the tea ceremony & the Japanese dancing.
  638. At present, about 70 schools are making their activities, and they are making every effort to train the younger generation, because most members of the schools are aging.
  639. At present, almost all courses depart from and arrive at the Karamsuma Exit bus terminal in Kyoto Station.
  640. At present, apart from zatsumi and unfavorable smell, it is not necessary to remove color, sake that is distributed without removing color has been revived and the number of consumers who like the naiveness of sake with natural color has been increasing.
  641. At present, approximately 80% of tabi produced in Japan are made in Gyoda City, Saitama Prefecture.
  642. At present, as a result of the proclamation by Emperor Showa after WWII that he was a human being and not a god, the role of the Emperor in the political realm, and the relationship of the Emperor to the people has changed.
  643. At present, as described in "Fuso ryakki," the latter theory--that the pagoda was newly constructed at Heijo-kyo in 730--has gained strong support.
  644. At present, as local specialties and souvenirs of Wakasa, different kinds of fish have been added to the variety: sardine for Iwashi Heshiko and puffer fish for Fugu Heshiko, and Heshiko remains popular in the Kansai region, especially in Kyoto.
  645. At present, as structural remnants, the earth mounds which are 1.6 kilometers long at the west foot of Mt. Takasu, and the traces of eight watchtowers in total on the ridge line have remained, but there are a lot of unknown points such as how the inside of the castle was utilized, and when the castle was abandoned.
  646. At present, besides her profession of Tayu, she performed on TV, radio, and lecture presentations.
  647. At present, both Koseki and Shinseki are rarely used as they were the words mainly employed under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  648. At present, both in the Tokyo area and in the Kinki region, Udon noodles are served in long-established Udon shops and their branch shops.
  649. At present, construction work is under way in the section between Taipei and Nanko, but whether construction work between Zuoying and the Kaohsiung station will be started has not been decided.
  650. At present, each company can freely determine its own fare according to its discretion within a certain range up to a ceiling of the predetermined amount for the area.
  651. At present, ginka represents almost the same smell as "ginjoko."
  652. At present, hauta is defined as short songs that are not categorized as kouta, utazawa or folk songs.
  653. At present, he lives in Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  654. At present, her name is used as the name of a station (Komyo-ike) of the Semboku Rapid Railway and the names of public organizations, such as schools and the Driver's License Center.
  655. At present, his activities are limited to those hosted by Izumi Soke Co., in which he mainly plays a show-style kyogen with songs and talks or gives a lecture to students at a kyogen class.
  656. At present, however, a koma-bue (horizontal bamboo flute with six holes) is used instead of an Azuma-asobi bue in most cases, except for the Music Department, the Board of the Ceremonies, the Imperial Household Agency.
  657. At present, however, it is synonymous with ningyo joruri, one of Japan's traditional performing arts.
  658. At present, however, machiai-chaya is not used in such a way, because prostitution is now prohibited, and those types of machiai-chaya are not needed in current society.
  659. At present, in Japan, the name of 'Kinjo Tenno' (the present Emperor) is not often used in spoken language.
  660. At present, in daily life, mainly the males past middle age wear it.
  661. At present, in many places, not only shrines, shinboku, and shrine forests but entire islands are considered to be off-limits, such as Okino-shima Island.
  662. At present, in some elementary schools played Goshoku Hyakunin Isshu ('goshoku' means 'colored with five colors') which cards are divided into five groups by the difficulty of memorizing the tanka.
  663. At present, in some yamakasa, important dolls are placed in the middle, around which other dolls and ornaments are placed symmetrically.
  664. At present, in the Manzo NOMURA family, there are young Kyogen actors, such as Tadashi OGASAWARA, who are playing active roles, with the family head Manzo NOMURA, the ninth (a younger brother of Mannojo NOMURA who died young and was conferred the style of Manzo NOMURA, the eighth posthumously) and the former family head Man NOMURA leading them.
  665. At present, in the Tango region of Kyoto Prefecture, a new type of Tango Chirimen R is being turned out, using cotton and synthetic yarns instead of silk yarns as material yarns.
  666. At present, in the north among the remains of Tosho-ji Temple, there exist "Harakiri Yagura" (Caves of committing suicide by disembowelment).
  667. At present, it could be said that 'Monto omo shirazu' (believers of Jodo Shinshu Sect are unaware of even the fact that they are monto).
  668. At present, it exists as the Oie-ryu school, Shigenobu group, Mikawa-Ando clan.
  669. At present, it generally means a snack between meals, which does not correspond to a breakfast, lunch or dinner (or an evening meal).
  670. At present, it gives a Subscription Concert once a month in the Kyoto Concert Hall and, taking advantage of its large modern orchestra and its direct management by a municipality, it also gives a lot of performances of works that otherwise would have little chance of being heard.
  671. At present, it has been merged with the Kyoto Regular Tour Bus, so the name Lake Biwa Regular Tour Bus no longer in use.
  672. At present, it has never subcontracts gross to other companies except in the case of "Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu."
  673. At present, it is a religious service to celebrate the beginning of New Year, which is held at the Three Shrines in the Imperial Court (Kashikodokoro (Palace Sanctuary), Korei-den (Imperial Ancestor's Shrine), Shin-den (Shrine) on the first day of the first month of the year (New Year's Day) in New calendar (solar calendar).
  674. At present, it is also a rank of honor under the Constitution of Japan, which is bestowed every year upon the deceased who have done distinguished services.
  675. At present, it is an accepted theory that the book was written by TACHIBANA no Toshitsuna, and it was included as "Sakutei-ki" by TACHIBANA no Toshitsuna in volume 23 of "A collection of philosophical thoughts in Japan" published by Iwanami Shoten, Publishers.
  676. At present, it is anticipated that Masakado's life and his treatment since then will become the focus of more academically oriented research.
  677. At present, it is applied only in some theatrical performances and traditional festivals.
  678. At present, it is classified into two types, the 'Edo-komon' and the 'Tokyo oshare-komon.'
  679. At present, it is considered that 'Kuji' was first mentioned in '登渉篇' of "Baopuzi" written by Katsuko (Ge-hong) but, in that book, it ended with 'zen gyo' and not 'zai zen' and only the curse '六甲秘祝' which is sung when entering mountains.
  680. At present, it is difficult to operate cargo trains and passenger trains mixed in a train schedule, because of differences in the maximum speeds and in the braking distances.
  681. At present, it is given as 'the subway Tozai Line and the direction of the Keishin Line and Lake Biwa.'
  682. At present, it is given to believers who donates more than 120,000 yen.
  683. At present, it is in two volumes of the paperback books published by Iwanami, and the complete works of Seika MAYAMA is published by Kodansha.
  684. At present, it is jointly owned by Jodo Shinshu sect Hongan-ji school and Shinshu sect Otani school.
  685. At present, it is part of Hyogo Prefecture as well as Okayama Prefecture.
  686. At present, it is performed mainly by people who accomplish Kyudo, and they practice it in order to participate in toshiya, which is an opportunity to show their ability.
  687. At present, it is practiced mainly in the mountainous area in southern China and northern Indochina.
  688. At present, it is said that the Japanese terms 'matsuri' (祭り and 祀り, meaning worship) have the same meaning, and 'matsuri' (祀り and 奉り, meaning dedication) have the same meaning.
  689. At present, it is said that the shrine enshrines Kunitama, Wakaukanome-no-Mikoto and Omononushi.
  690. At present, it is said this smell is the mixture of nikkoshu and hineko.
  691. At present, it is sometimes called Hojozu government, Hojozu bakufu or Ecchu bakufu.
  692. At present, it is such a popular dish that it appears in TV dramas but, in terms of shape, the meat is pounded into a thin piece, becoming rather like a 'pork cutlet' in Western Cuisine.
  693. At present, it is the Shoretsu school of Nichiren sect only that strongly insists on the thought of Honbutsu.
  694. At present, it is the oldest existing university dormitory since Komaba dormitory of Tokyo University was already abolished.
  695. At present, it is thought that ketsujo mimikazari (an earing resembling Chinese glassware called 'ketsu') from the incipient stage of the Jomon Period represents the original form, and that the magatama discovered at Jomon Period remains are the oldest,
  696. At present, it is to be conferred on the deceased as a mark of honor.
  697. At present, it seems that the generations who have a deeply rooted thinking of 'Sake tastes like that' even without knowing the term 'sanzoshu' can not pay attention to true sake.
  698. At present, it separates Keihoku-shimoyuge-cho, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City and Keihokuto-cho in the same ward.
  699. At present, its role is succeeded to by Kikugoro ONOE the seventh, a great-grandchild of the fifth, Kikunosuke ONOE the fifth, a son of Kikugoro ONOE the seventh, Kanzaburo NAKAMURA the 18th and so on.
  700. At present, kaku-obi for males that is made of soft textile is sometimes called 'heko obi.'
  701. At present, kamaburo is available in "Furusato" and "Heihachi-jaya".
  702. At present, large ferries voyage seven times a week between Maizuru Port and Otaru Port, acting as a focal point between the Kinki region and Hokkaido.
  703. At present, majority of sake breweries producing ginjoshu consider that it is fundamental to add alcohol.
  704. At present, many matsuri in the general sense are held under the initiative of shrines or temples, or by having settings in shrines or temples.
  705. At present, many other JR companies and bus companies operate overnight inter-city buses that connect major cities near to 23 Ward of Tokyo (such as Yokohama) and Kyoto/Osaka/Kobe area.
  706. At present, masters such as Kan HOSHO and Tsuneyoshi MORI show great performances in and around Tokyo.
  707. At present, more than one manufacturer sells various kinds of curry powder, but they are basically modeled on the C&B product.
  708. At present, most of the lavatories in Japan have a holder, where the roll-type paper is fixed, in private compartments.
  709. At present, noodles in general are commercialized such as ramen, soba, udon, yakisoba, spaghetti, somen (fine white noodles), reimen (cold noodles in Korean style), harusame (bean-starch vermicelli) (cuisine), and pho (noodles in Vietnamese style).
  710. At present, one can see part of the discovery under the same condition as when it was discovered at Kambaikan.
  711. At present, one of them is owned by Toyota Motor Corporation, and another belongs to the National Museum of Nature and Science.
  712. At present, only a few toy companies of Kyoto, Nintendo, Ohishi-Tengudo and Tamura-Shogundo produce karuta.
  713. At present, only a portion of the buildings, now in ruin, remain on the grounds.
  714. At present, only a small amount of structural remnants including a part of stone walls are remained.
  715. At present, only one company operates Mujin, that is, 'Nihon Jutaku Mujin K.K.' (see Article 'Mutual loan company').
  716. At present, only one day bus and one night bus run between Kyoto and Hiroshima.
  717. At present, only single or two-car trains of the Kiha 120 type run on this section.
  718. At present, only the iemoto can initiate disciples into 'midarekazari' (one of the procedures for making tea) and beyond and it cannot be learned from instructors in town.
  719. At present, only the position of the regent still exists, and the Imperial Household Law provides that the post is only for members of the Imperial family, such as the Crown Prince, and is used to conduct the Emperor's official duties in his place.
  720. At present, opinion boxes are sometimes called as meyasubako.
  721. At present, performers such as Dozan FUJIWARA, ZAN and Tone are active performing modern music on the shakuhachi.
  722. At present, plays true to the original are performed by Tojuro SAKATA.
  723. At present, products which use the root of the madake as material and are tuned by applying 'ji' (paste), such as lacquer, on the inside of the pipe are generally used.
  724. At present, questioning and lacking the credibility of the analysis of residual fatty acid used for analyzing the carbonized materials, there still exists the possibility that the 'Jomon cookie' was a kind of hamburger because wild bores and deer were major targets for hunting during the Jomon period.
  725. At present, sake mash-making of the kimoto-kei is classified into two methods, Kimoto and Yamahaimoto.
  726. At present, sankyoku ensembles almost always include the shakuhachi.
  727. At present, she has retired as a Tayu and opened a Yakata/store, and gives presentation on the history of Shimabara and Tayu.
  728. At present, she is enshrined in Tekona Reishindo (the shrine dedicated to Tekona).
  729. At present, she performs kamikiri under the stage name of Chiaki KIRIGAMIST mainly in Hokkaido Prefecture.
  730. At present, shitsuji exists only in royal families and considerably wealthy families.
  731. At present, shortage of successors to paper pattern artisans became a larger issue of Edo-komon, rather than dye artisan.
  732. At present, some schools of Budo (martial arts) adopt blowguns as one type of training and a few people practice it as a new Budo.
  733. At present, stew is a standard item in autumn and winter.
  734. At present, tea sold in a vinyl made container with Ekiben was mostly replaced by that sold in a can or a plastic bottle produced by major manufacturers.
  735. At present, the Act on National Holidays prescribes that the Emperor's Birthday is a day 'to celebrate the birthday of the Emperor' and it is practically difficult to separate the Emperor's Birthday from the day to celebrate the Emperor's Birthday.
  736. At present, the Aizu-Ikei-ha is part of the Katagiri Grand Master family group.
  737. At present, the Emperor is stated in chapter 1 of the Constitution of Japan.
  738. At present, the Goshintai and ornaments that survived the fire are on display in Koromotana-cho just in "Yoiyama" (the pre-parade event), and the display is called "Imatsuri."
  739. At present, the Imperial House Act determines that the title of honor for it is 'her Majesty' but, in old days, it was honorably referred to by adding a letter 'Miya (imperial princess, etc)' as in Kotaigo-Miya.
  740. At present, the Kyoto and Yamashina side are both used as a bypath to avoid the congestion which occurs on National Route 1.
  741. At present, the Nohgaku Performers' Association has some 20 registered members who work mainly in Tokyo, Nagoya City, and Kanazawa City.
  742. At present, the Onmyodo head family "Tsuchimikado Shinto Headquarters" which has only one shrine in Japan are located in Oi-cho (formerly Natasho-mura area), Fukui Prefecture, which used to be Tsuchimikado family's territory.
  743. At present, the Seijin-shiki ceremony is often held on the Coming-of-Age Day or its previous day (always falling on Sunday).
  744. At present, the Yasakani no magatama is said to be enshrined together with the sword in the Kenji no Ma (hall of sacred sword and jewel), situated beside the bedroom of the emperor in the Gosho (Imperial Palace).
  745. At present, the actor of Zenshinza is calling himself the seventh Kikunojo SEGAWA.
  746. At present, the almost original Heijo-kyu Palace Site is specified and being preserved.
  747. At present, the area around the cape is under the control of the Japan Self-Defense Forces.
  748. At present, the basic unit of mass ('weights' of the weights and measures system) is kan.
  749. At present, the bay is crowded with swimmers from the Kinki region during the summer, and anglers visit here during other seasons.
  750. At present, the bow used in Toshiya is on display within the main building of Kyoto Sanjusangen-do Hall.
  751. At present, the death poems in the leaders' own handwriting are on display at the Akizuki Folk Museum (formerly the residence of Hankuro TONAMI) in Akizuki.
  752. At present, the descendant of Nagamasa is regarded as Soke (the head family).
  753. At present, the first phase of construction (thirteen hectares) is in progress, and as to the wharf itself, the quay part is completed.
  754. At present, the following regions designate magemono as their artifact, local product or specialty:
  755. At present, the following routes are in service.
  756. At present, the following three regions are designated as 'The Historic site, Gango-ji Temple': (1) 'Gango-ji Temple Gokuraku-bo' in Chuin-cho, Nara City, (2) 'Gango-ji Temple (remains of pagoda)' in Shibanoshinya-cho, Nara City, (3) 'Remains of Shoto-in Temple of Gango-ji Temple' in Nishinoshinya-cho, Nara-City.
  757. At present, the grounds house a sanmon gate (temple gate) made of Keyaki (zelkova), a Taikoro tower, as well as the main hall, behind which the Rennyo's grave is located.
  758. At present, the heavily sweetened shiruko is being served at various places such as tea parlors, Japanese sweet parlors and tea stands.
  759. At present, the lower half contains the image and the upper half includes the inscriptions of 30 Zen priests following the foreword but the image and inscriptions were originally stuck to the front and back of a small standing screen.
  760. At present, the mausoleum is identified with Konda gobyoyama tumulus (a large keyhole-shaped tumulus, 425 m in total length and 36 m in height of the rounded part, originally surrounded by double moats).
  761. At present, the monzeki is the 14th, Washizu Nichoni.
  762. At present, the name 'Nara-kaido' is used to refer collectively to roads between Kyoto and Nara, however, the historical name 'Yamato-kaido Road' is used for the bypass built over Ogura-zutsumi bank.
  763. At present, the name of the Ueda school calls themselves as "Ueda-ryu Shakuhachi-do" (Ueda school Way of Shakuhachi).
  764. At present, the number of the items in the collection is over 4,200.
  765. At present, the object of worship is enshrined only in Yoiyama.
  766. At present, the opinion that it was formed in Qin dynasty in Zhan-guo period is predominant.
  767. At present, the pair is Nizaemon KATAOKA (the fifteenth) and Tamasaburo BANDO (the fifth).
  768. At present, the phrase "Tariki Hongan" is used for both types of the meanings mentioned above.
  769. At present, the place where the Honmaru stood is accessible by land.
  770. At present, the remaining object of worship and objects used for decoration are exhibited in the town only in Yoiyama (Imatsuri - to display the textiles, goldworks, carvings for a decorative float during Gion Matsuri Festival).
  771. At present, the reputation of the text of the "Genji monogatari taisei Koi hen" is as follows: 'it is difficult to say that it is a particularly accurate variorum.'
  772. At present, the scholars consider that Teika compiled "Ogura Hyakunin Isshu" based on his earlier work "Hyakunin Shuka."
  773. At present, the school is called Murasakino school.
  774. At present, the shusaijin (main enshrined deity) of this shrine is Okuninushi (chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu, and the central character in the important cycle of myths set in that region).
  775. At present, the sites within the mud wall with a roof of the Kyoto Imperial Palace, Sento Imperial Palace and Kyoto Omiya Imperial Palace is managed by the Imperial Household Agency, and other sites are managed by the Ministry of the Environment.
  776. At present, the sleeve of formal kimono for omiyamairi, juban (underwear for kimono), happi (a workman's lively coat) and so on are categorized into Japanese-style costume with tsutsusode.
  777. At present, the surrounding area is improved as a park with many explanation signboards.
  778. At present, the taste blending the salty-sweet taste of sauce and the acid taste of mayonnaise is preferred by some consumers and in many shops serving kansaifu-okonomiyaki, mayonnaise is popular.
  779. At present, the technique has been handed down to the sixth head.
  780. At present, the term Chutan is used extensively without being used only as a term of administrative province, and both public and private sectors prefixing Chutan to the names of own facilities and business offices in the area are on the increase.
  781. At present, the theory of 'gradual development,' which Yoichi KATAGIRI has advanced, is predominant.
  782. At present, the toka Shinto ritual is held annually on January 11 at Atsuta-jingu Shrine.
  783. At present, the two islands are connected with bridges.
  784. At present, the use of hot springs in New Zealand is linked with healthcare activities, such as sports and exercise, and hot springs have developed as health resorts where people shed sweat after participating in sports and/or outdoor activities.
  785. At present, the water park which uses water divided from Lake Biwa Canal is under construction.
  786. At present, the western calendar system is employed (based on Japan standard time).
  787. At present, the word "Kokuga" is sometimes used for the government offices only, as well as "Kokufu" for urban areas in historical study.
  788. At present, the yomi-te usually doesn't read the names of poets while reading the whole tanka, and when the tori-te can't find the tori-fuda, the yomi-te even repeats the shimo-no-ku.
  789. At present, there are bracelet-type juzu, called udewa nenju (or wanju, bracelet nenju), which are miniaturized juzu that uses elastic as an inner string so that it can be hung on the arms.
  790. At present, there are nine hotels, two minshuku (private home that runs inn providing room and board) and one sotoyu (an external hot spring bath) which utilize the hot spring (two among them are mineral spring).
  791. At present, there are sakigachi, tomobiki, sakimake, butsumetsu, taian and shakko, but formerly, as mentioned before, all the names except for shakko have been changed.
  792. At present, there are several pieces of the Naoejo that have been handed down and its contents vary slightly in each of them.
  793. At present, there are the JR Tokaido Main Line, Tokaido, and Sanyo Shinkansen (bullet train) line, National Route 1, and the Meishin Expressway in the ward.
  794. At present, there are the following academic societies and study groups of Shodo and characters in Japan.
  795. At present, there are two types of hakama: 'Naga-hakama' (long hakama) which is put on with juni-hitoe and 'kiri-bakama' (short fringe hakama) which is put on with keiko-shozoku (a type of female formal costume) and falls to the ankles.
  796. At present, there aren't any traces of the yard thanks to the land readjustment project.
  797. At present, there exist two kinds of shohon on Teiji-in uta-awase; that is, the work in 10 volumes that seems to be a prototype, and the work in 20 volumes that is said to have been modeled after the first one in later days.
  798. At present, there is Baigan ISHIDA memorial facility 'Baigan-juku' in Michi no Eki Galleria Kameoka, Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  799. At present, there is a case of fusion between traditional industrial arts and Western culture, and U.S. sports brand Nike adopted 'Sanbu-himo braid' as strings of its sports shoes.
  800. At present, there is a charge for the tour of the turtle shape and coin shape stonework under the pretext of donation for cultural property conservation.
  801. At present, there is a diversity in the styles of yamakasa after it was spread to other regions in each phase of development and it was further developed individually in each region.
  802. At present, there is a group of Gorinto (five-ringed stupa) in Kotoura Town, which is said to be the Akasaka family's grave; one of them is probably Yukikiyo's.
  803. At present, there is a historic site of "the place where Nobuyoshi ICHIJO died" in Iwamura Town, Ena City, Gifu Prefecture, and it is said that Iwamura-jinja Shrine in the same town has originated from the hokora (small shrine) which had been built to grieve for the soul of Nobuyoshi.
  804. At present, there is a monument in the premises of the Nara store of Ito Yokado.
  805. At present, there is a stone monument with a description of 'Historic Spot: Site of Yoshizaki Gobo' at the site where the priest housing stood.
  806. At present, there is no clear definition of the word "daikoshu (or okoshu)."
  807. At present, there is no outside material that allows us to discern how "The Tale of Genji" was composed, but descriptions such as "Sarashina Nikki" suggest that "The Tale of Genji" was read in the form of 54 chapters.
  808. At present, this is used as Mizuho Bank - Kyoto Chuo Branch (reconstructed).
  809. At present, this is used as the Annex to the Museum of Kyoto.
  810. At present, this sushi is served during a period from December to around March as local dishes at sushi restaurants in the cities of Osaka, Kyoto, Okayama, Onomichi and Matsuyama.
  811. At present, this term sometimes refers to the emperor of Japan (tenno) in the Korean Peninsula.
  812. At present, this town is divided into 1-2 Chome, Katata, 1-6 Chome, Honkatata and 1-3 Chome, Imakatata.
  813. At present, this type of products are used by maiko as well as for the ornamentation of a festival for children of three, five and seven years of age.
  814. At present, those foreign countries have many jujutsu schools of their own, such as Danzan-ryu and Kajukenbo in Hawaii, based on the original one.
  815. At present, those past differing names were unified to tempura and the above naming is available only in part of Japan.
  816. At present, three hotels supply hot water by heating cold spring..
  817. At present, three-volume Iwanami paperback edition which changed the Chinese classics into Japanese (bungotai [Japanese literary style]) has been published.
  818. At present, to the west of Keihan Sumizome Station, there is an area called Fukakusa Oshima Yashiki-cho, and this name derived from the fact that once there was Mitsuyoshi OSHIMA's Fushimi Yashiki (residence), there.
  819. At present, tombs with a dome-shaped mound on a square base officially confirmed through research excavations amount to only five in Japan, including the tumulus under consideration, and are therefore very rare.
  820. At present, too, the Kyoto Bus has assumed from Kurama Dentetsu its corporate mark of a Japanese fan made of feathers, and adopted it as its corporate emblem.
  821. At present, two schools, 'the Oie-ryu school' and the Shino-ryu school,' are considered mainstream.
  822. At present, wagon is used for playing one of gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music) called 'Kokufu kabu' (such as mikagura - music performed in court Shinto ceremony).
  823. At present, we can see Yasuie TOGASHI wearing Daimon in 'Kanjincho' (Kabuki (traditional performing art)) and Naganori ASANO wearing one during the scene of 'matsu no roka' (literally, a corridor of pine trees) in 'Chushingura' (period drama).
  824. At present, what kind of rules the techniques had in those days is unclear, but "atemi-waza" (body-striking techniques) seems to have been used only in a game played in earnest.
  825. At present, when some part of the runner's body crosses the finish line, he or she is considered to have reached the goal, but in the future, a runner will be certified only when his or her whole body crosses over the line.
  826. At present, when the Emperor needs to go out as a public service, an announcement to the effect that the Emperor's mourning period is over on the column of the Imperial House things in the official gazette.
  827. At present, with the exception of some holidays, it is a quiet sightseeing spot and a good place for a pleasant stroll.
  828. At pruning, unnecessary branches should be cut from the bases and the cut ends should be disinfected and protected by protective materials.
  829. At restaurants where plenty of good water is used to boil soba, sobayu is very light, whereas, at restaurants where a smaller quantity of water is repeatedly used, sobayu tends to be thick.
  830. At sea, a boy in charge of cooking called 'kashiki' takes care of Funadama by offering an ear of rice.
  831. At sea, the Japanese force was defeated by the Korean Navy led by Yi Sun-sin.
  832. At six o'clock in the morning, Noriyori led his Ote army, followed by Kagetoki KAJIWARA and Shigetada HATAKEYAMA and their fifty thousand cavalrymen, and took positions on the east side front of the battle formation at the Ikuta fortress entrance, where the major force of the Taira clan army, led by Tomonori TAIRA and Shigehira TAIRA, was prepared to defend.
  833. At six she was the youngest of the five members.
  834. At soba (Japanese buckwheat noodle) restaurants and udon (Japanese wheat flour noodle) restaurants, besides tenkasu generated from tempura, only batter dough is deep fried to be used as a food.
  835. At soba and udon restaurants, as the same pot is often used to boil the both soba and udon making it possible for customers to ingest allergen, care must be taken.
  836. At soba restaurants in the city, prawn tenpura is often used as the topping for tenpura soba and tenpura is sometimes arranged like that for Tendon (tenpura on rice).
  837. At soba restaurants, one of the regular dishes is Japanese style curry in which curry powder is mixed in bonito broth and thickened with starch.
  838. At solemn Buddhist memorial services held in temples, flowers and leaves are scattered to make offerings to Buddha.
  839. At some festivals, like the Shinko-sai festival, floats are pulled around town in long processions.
  840. At some homes other ingredients such as takenoko (bamboo shoots) are added, so the tastes differ among different homes.
  841. At some kindergartens or day nurseries linked with some shrines or temples, children may play the role of miko (shrine maidens) or chigo (children in a festival procession).
  842. At some of the stations in the Keihanshin area, one or two checkers are arranged for ICOCA only by halting the function for checking magnetic tickets.
  843. At some point around 719, he became a subordinate of FUJIWARA no Umakai who was then Hitachi no kami (governor of Hitachi Province) and thereafter Mushimaro was under Umakai's patronage.
  844. At some point during the 'Kofun period,' 'Yamato sovereignty' (the ancient Japan sovereignty) was established as the unified authority of 'Yamato (ancient Japan).'
  845. At some point in time between the restoration in the Bunkyu era and 1871, the determination was once again changed from Mise Maruyama to Noguchino Ono-haka.
  846. At some port towns, a variety of natsumatsuri with abundant local colors are unfurled, including 'Minato Matsuri' (port festivals).
  847. At some restaurants, kakiage (deep-fat fried tenpura batter mixed with chopped vegetables and seafood) made of arch shell ligaments is served on noodles.
  848. At some restaurants, some usuage (thin deep-fried tofu) is added to Konoha-don.
  849. At some schools and breweries, however, san-yaku is sometimes called san-ban, and it includes a toji, a kashira, and a koji-ya.
  850. At some shrines or temples, visitors may be required to bow lightly first and then bow deeply when bowing twice.
  851. At some stage, life as samurai was abandoned and in stead, Gyokushu's father's (Masazumi) generation became prosperous as merchants with shops and accommodation in Kanagawa in Musashi Province.
  852. At some stations, however, a train may pass through the station without stopping, so sometimes trains that run on the tracks that pass by Platform 1 are traveling away from Kyoto.
  853. At some time or other, it became an accepted theory that Ota died on Kozu-shima Island, and the memorial service for Ota has since then been annually held in May by Christians, many of them coming from Korea as well as from Japan, which contributes to the island's tourist industry.
  854. At some time or other, the moon goes down and dawn is approaching.
  855. At some transfer stations to other lines like Kawanishi-Noseguchi Station and Takarazuka Station, one can see many passengers dashing furiously for the next train in order to secure seats.
  856. At some udon restarurants mainly in the Kansai region, tenkasu in the container is put on the table so that customers can freely use it as garnish.
  857. At stand-up-eating soba/udon noodle shops, it is a common practice to serve kakiage east and north of the Tokai region while tenpura made from small shrimp (less than five centimeters long) with a thick batter is used west of the Kansai area, to keep the cost down.
  858. At such an occasion, the jinpo until then is called the old jinpo.
  859. At temples, for example, books of materials were drawn up, in which Buddhist altar fittings, ritual implements and documents were listed as well as a list of paddy fields and farmland.
  860. At that age (now also) in many cases people who suffer from hyperdactylia have their fingers cut in their childhood, but it is said that Hideyoshi had kept six fingers through his life even if he was seen oddly and did not hide the fact until he unified Japan.
  861. At that ceremony, AGATAINUKAI no Sukune Otomo, who had achieved the rank of jikidaisan (the thirteenth grade of jikidai rank for vassals of the forty-eight grades of cap rank), spoke about overall things of the imperial court in remembrance of the Emperor.
  862. At that moment smoke enveloped him, and he became an old man with white hair, fell down, and died.
  863. At that moment, Amaterasu Omikami was pulled out by Amenotajikarao and the world became bright again.
  864. At that moment, Gangyo-ji Temple in Shimoichi was also burned down.
  865. At that moment, he quickly instructed how to cope with the situation saying, 'It is quite a strong jolt, but the wall and roof show no signs of collapse -> It is safer not to move hastily' and held down the confusion and the damage.
  866. At that moment, the 200 soldiers from Iwami Province defected and joined the shogunal force.
  867. At that moment, the ghost of Tomomori, who has a halberd on his shoulder, appears from the hashigakari (bridge-form passageway to main stage).
  868. At that occasion, he had fought about the succession of Utaemon with Ganjiro NAKAMURA (the first) of Osaka.
  869. At that period, the stage of complicated interaction began to appear in East Asia, where Japan, China, Korea and the powerful countries of Western Europe got involved together.
  870. At that point Takakuraji awoke, and when he looked in the storehouse, he found the sword was actually there, so he presented it to Emperor Jinmu.
  871. At that point Yoshitomo was Commander of the Imperial Stables of the Left, in charge of all the horses at the imperial palace, and the two of them only grew closer through their similar appointments.
  872. At that point he took Takauji as his given name, and Yugai as his sobriquet.
  873. At that point he was holding three offices simultaneously, the posts of Monjo hakase of the Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), as well as Dainaiki and Echizen Gon no suke.
  874. At that point in time Tadanobu held the position of Dainagon (Major Counselor), making him the man of the highest official rank of all the noblemen who participated in the plan to strike down the shogunate.
  875. At that point in time when political marriages were the norm, Nene and Hideyoshi was a rare case of marriage for love.
  876. At that point in time, in the event that it was possible to raise up Yoshiharu as Shogun, even if in name only, the forces of the current Kanrei (a supporter of Takakuni) would become the loyalist army, while the other combatants (who were supporting Harumoto) would become the rebel army.
  877. At that point the main unit was anchored at the Island of Madagascar.
  878. At that point three Ifu visited the base of the imperial forces and demanded that the regions to the north of the Omono-gawa River be out of the direct influence from the Imperial Court and be called 'kochi (己地).'
  879. At that point, Katsuhisa AMAGO, the head of the Amago clan, committed suicide, whereas Shikanosuke did not commit suicide, but submitted to the Mori clan.
  880. At that point, Yoshitomo paid no concern to what others thought and wept, 'I pay my departing respects as a surviving child of Hachiman the god of war.
  881. At that point, the Suzuka-no-seki Checkpoint officials misidentified the Prince Otsu and others as Yamabe no Okimi and Ishikawa no Okimi.
  882. At that point, the Suzuka-no-seki Checkpoint officials misidentified the Prince Otsu as Yamabe no Okimi and Ishikawa no Okimi.
  883. At that point, the court nobles of tobakuha had not held initiative in the Imperial Court.
  884. At that point, the disappearance of the marching troop became clear.
  885. At that point, the shugo of Mino, Yorimasu TOKI, was at the camp of the army fighting against Ouchi's forces, but immediately returned to Mino and smashed Akinao's army.
  886. At that point, through the mediation of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), a compromise was reached where it was decided to alternate between the two lineages, choosing the Emperor from each lineage in turn (called "ryoto tetsuritsu" in Japanese).
  887. At that time 'Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI' was a forbidden subject.
  888. At that time 'a family system' assuming inheritance of family property was being established in each class of Japanese society, therefore, the formation of the kuge society can be understood as establishment of 'a family' within the noble hierarchy.
  889. At that time (in the early eighth century) there was no officially established Kaidan in Japan and an insufficient number of monks were qualified to teach precepts.
  890. At that time Daijokan nittshi was available at urban book stores, but not distributed in the rural areas yet and to the general public Gobo no keiji (five edict boards) taking over traditional policies of bakufu such as a ban of Christianity was posted.
  891. At that time Dosetsu INUYAMA, her elder brother by a different mother and an old retainer of the Nerima family, showed up and killed Aboshi.
  892. At that time Geisha Koman comes to the house together with her friend Geisha Kikuno, Mawashi-otoko (employee of a brothel) Kohachi, and Naibin (employee of a brothel) Torazo.
  893. At that time Hideyoshi was already late in life at the age of 53.
  894. At that time Hongan-ji Temple was declining in power, and in order to get the support of the Kujo family who were the Sekke (line of regents and advisers), it was necessary to assist with their household duties, and it is believed that Kyokaku's mother had a relationship with Tsunenori while she was working for the Kujo family.
  895. At that time I just laughed and accepted him, but he was discouraged; he had some dignity that nobody could perturb and an attractive aura." (After the Restoration)
  896. At that time Ieyasu gave up and dispatched his sixth son, Tadateru MATSUDAIRA to Osaka-jo Castle to meet Hideyori.
  897. At that time Japan took over the Japanese consular office in Busan without the consent of Korea and changed it to the diplomatic establishment of Japan, to cause the situation to worsen.
  898. At that time Japan was fighting the Japanese-Sino War, and coupled with the soaring stock prices as a result of Japan's victory over the war, it is said that he made a huge profit of as much as 100,000 yen at the time (about 2 billion yen at current value).
  899. At that time Katsushige MATSUDAIRA, governor of domain was dismissed from the post and had to go Tokyo, then on August 15, Kuma-yama mountain ・Kume riot was occurred to protest abolishment of hokora and resignation of the governor of the domain.
  900. At that time Korea was a tributary state of the Qing dynasty, but as its national policy was seclusionism, it had diplomatic relations with very limited countries.
  901. At that time Korea was informed by the Qing dynasty of the possibility that Japan would dispatch troops, so Yuan YU, Gyu-su PARK and others insisted that Korea should receive the sovereign's message of Japan.
  902. At that time Kyonyo, who was the eldest child of Kennyo and insisted on continuing the resistance despite the intentions of Kennyo, had a falling out with Kennyo, and when Kennyo died in 1593, the third son Junnyo was welcomed as the successor.
  903. At that time Nizaemon performed his father's serifu mawashi (theatrical elocution) and taught Takao serifu mawashi of Uzaemon.
  904. At that time Nobunaga ordered Mitsuhide AKECHI to entertain him.
  905. At that time Officer Takube IZUSHI comes to arrest Gengobe on suspicion of the murder of five people.
  906. At that time Prussia was in a state of war against Denmark and seized three Belgian-registered vessels at Taku river mouth in territorial waters of Qing dynasty.
  907. At that time Rennyo was 43.
  908. At that time Ryoo practiced asceticism and also read books such as, "Nankai-kiki-nai-hoden" by Gijo and "The Great Tang Dynasty Record of the Western Regions" (Da Tang Xiyu ji) by Xuanzang.
  909. At that time Saicho was thirty-eight years old and Kukai was thirty-one years old, seven years junior to the former.
  910. At that time Shigetsugu was famous as a drum player and made many improvements in the techniques of drum playing including devising the stand (Sakichi dai) to put the drum; before the devising of the stand, the drum was held by hands of his disciples.
  911. At that time Shinroku YAMAMOTO, the gate keeper of Chomei-ji Temple in Mukojima, Sumida Ward, Tokyo started making and selling sakuramochi using the cherry leaves taken from the cherry trees planted on the bank of Sumida-gawa River.
  912. At that time Sonohito was Sani (courtier without post), but he was conferred to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) in 779 which was three years after his father's death.
  913. At that time TAMI no Ohi, AKASOME no Tokotari, OKURA no Hirosumi, SAKANOUE no Kunimaro, FURUICHI no Kuromaro, TAKEDA no Daitoku and IKAGO no Shin Ahe were following Prince Takechi.
  914. At that time Takauji himself became Seii Taishogun, while he appointed Emperor Kogon, of the Jimyoin Imperial line, as Chiten, and also appointed his younger brother, Emperor Komyo as Emperor.
  915. At that time Takeo became the first-grade official doctor of Taiwan and took his post as director of Taiwan Plague Hospital.
  916. At that time Yoritaka had a little more than 50 days to live.
  917. At that time during the latter 15th century, the Uragami clan was ruling Bizen Province as Shugodai (acting Military Governors) of the Akamatsu clan.
  918. At that time he allocated his younger brother Takashige KYOGOKU a stipend of 500 koku of rice.
  919. At that time he built Miyazu-jo Castle as a castle to retire in and moved from Maizuru City.
  920. At that time he called himself TAIRA no Ason but became Yoshi, the adapted child of Sakihisa KONOE in 1585; ultimately, he became FUJIWARA no Hideyoshi and thereby achieved the position of chief advisor to the Emperor.
  921. At that time he came to know Saneatsu MUSHANOKOJI, Naoya SHIGA, and Soetsu YANAGI, who were associates of Shirakaba-sha
  922. At that time he didn't plant the seeds of trees, which Isotakerunokami had brought back from the heavens, in Kara (the old Korea) and planted them in Yashima (also known as Oyashima, Honshu (the main island of Japan)), and Oyashima became the land of mountains.
  923. At that time he drafted a manuscript for a diplomatic document concerning the Buddhist missionary to Korea, and later he participated as the advisor to the bakufu concerning diplomatic relations with Korea.
  924. At that time he lived at Daikaku-ji Temple and used it as his Palace, afterwards he entered into the Buddhist priesthood and became Monzeki (the head priest who came from the Imperial family).
  925. At that time he lived in Hogen-jo Castle, which was located in Kawabe, south of Izumigo in Ishikawa sho.
  926. At that time he told Hisahide to give up his famous tea kettle called 'Kotenmyo Hiragumo' so that he would spare his life, but Hisahide refused.
  927. At that time he took a picture of the skull.
  928. At that time he was already 66 years old, after 4 years of his short reigning, passed away.
  929. At that time he was ordered to come to Tokyo and at the same time it was decided that he would live in the residence of Prince Taruhito whom he has negotiated with in Sunpu two years ago until he left for studying in Germany.
  930. At that time her father as well as her grandfather (Hisamasa AZAI) committed suicide, and her elder brother Manpukumaru AZAI was captured and executed by Hideyoshi in accordance with Nobunaga's order.
  931. At that time his Fuchimai (salary paid in rice) was six seki, but in 1860, it increased to twelve seki.
  932. At that time in Japan, rice and cloth were the popular items to exchange as material money, because then-current society of Japan had not reached yet to the economic level to necessiate money currencies, and therefore circulation of money was limited to the Kinai area (countries near Kyoto.)
  933. At that time in Japan, to ensure the tax collection from the kokuga region, ancient units such as gun and go were reorganized into medieval units such as gun, go, and ho, and zaichokanjin were mainly appointed as gunshi, goshi, and hoshi who supervised these units.
  934. At that time in Kyoto, the Nichiren-sect faith became widespread among the Machi-shu (an elite group of businessmen and artisans) around the Nichiren-sect temples (such as Rokujo Honkoku-ji Temple).
  935. At that time in Sagami Province, the Omori clan occupied Odawara-jo Castle and conquered other clans, and tried to overpower the Matsuda clan as well.
  936. At that time in the Ashio Copper Mine, mine workers' complaints were mounting because of their low wages due to the cost for prevention of mineral pollution which was ordered in Ashio Mineral Pollution Incident and their poor working conditions.
  937. At that time in the Joseon Dynasty of Korea, as Heungseon Daewongun was abducted to Qing under the Imo Incident (1882), the Min clan of Yeoheung, including the Empress Myeongseong, had turned to serving the great Qing from the pro-Japanese policy.
  938. At that time it crossed the sea so that it came to be called 'Seiryu Gongen (清瀧権現)' with respect in Japan, adding the left-hand radical of 'Sanzui (sense of water)' to the Chinese character, 龍 (dragon).
  939. At that time it was Emperor Nijo who was in danger of being kidnapped, while Emperor Goshirakawa was ignored because he did not have much political power after Shinzei was killed.
  940. At that time it was also called Go-Koshaku-Hajime (start of the narration of a story).
  941. At that time it was called"Buke Gosho" or "Buko Gojo" (the first mention of this castle being at Nijo was on February 17, 1569, in Nobunaga Koki).
  942. At that time it was common to prepare your own lot (kuji).
  943. At that time it wasn't known in Japan that gold, silver and the like were contained in crude copper, nor was the refining technique for separating gold and silver known.
  944. At that time of 1534, the head of the Bishu family was Tanenaga HATAKEYAMA, but Nagamasa banished Tanenaga to Kii Province by conspiring with the family's senior vassal Naganori YUSA and others.
  945. At that time she was visited by many artists and writers as she used to be a model of Rodin's sculptures.
  946. At that time shoen began expanding.
  947. At that time the 'depiction of water scenery' that features the present-day Chayatsuji was also fixed.
  948. At that time the Azai clan was beaten in a battle with the Rokkaku clan, and lost the territory that Sukemasa AZAI, the first family head, had gained, and as a consequence began to serve the Rokkaku clan.
  949. At that time the Imperial Court had not declared to the foreign countries the handover of political power from the TOKUGAWA bakufu to the Meiji Government, and Shunsuke ITO (later Hirobumi ITO) held talks with them but the negotiation broke down.
  950. At that time the Keihan Bus Hirakata Management Office managed the routes.
  951. At that time the Odani dojo was in Mamiana near Hiro.
  952. At that time the area of flood prevention works was in the land of the Owari Domain, which caused the grudge on them.
  953. At that time the constituent parts of plants and animals were simply extracted and separated as chemical crystals with no effort being made to try them on actual patients.
  954. At that time the denomination of the line became the actual denomination, Kyoto Main Line.
  955. At that time the fact that neither the burial facilities and nor relics were found makes us think that the burial spot might be the back circular part or that the burial facilities might be in the deepest spot of the tomb.
  956. At that time the faction for family restoration (sadayoshi OKUNO, Toshimoto SHINDO, Yoshimoro OYAMA, Shigeyuki OKAMOTO, Rokuroemon NAGASAWA, Tobe HAIKATA, and Kyuzaemon TAGAWA) dropped out one by one.
  957. At that time the hill was called Okuchi, but it is now called the hill of Ogushi.
  958. At that time the new government of Japan had no diplomatic relations with Joseon because of the so-called 'Sovereign Message Problem' after 1869.
  959. At that time the secretary in political affairs for SAIONJI was Baron Kumao HARADA, and according to the record, it was revealed that NAKAGAWA visited most frequently after HARADA.
  960. At that time the staff of Kyoto Hosei School came and asked to inherit the name.
  961. At that time the team was not able to use its official home stadium Nishikyogoku because re-laying work on the pitch was in progress, and therefore, it hosted the game in Expo '70 Stadium with the permission of Gamba.
  962. At that time the train would stop at Umeda Station, Juso Station, Takatsukishi Station (from March 1997), Omiya Station, Karasuma Station and Kawaramachi Station.
  963. At that time the use of gun was not recorded, but as for the carrying of pointed stakes for horse-blocking, the order of British monarch Henry V (the King of England) was recorded.
  964. At that time there remained an atmosphere for gekokujo (an inverted social order when the lowly reigned over the elite) in the the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States).
  965. At that time they began to have an increasing number of followers with Kannon Worship and Byozeisho.
  966. At that time this incident was called the Collective Rioting Incident.
  967. At that time when Japonism enjoyed popularity, artists in Western countries had a great interest in the irregularity and asymmetry of Japan art.
  968. At that time when monthly pay for elementary school teacher or police officer was 6 yen to 7 yen, the manuscript fee per sheet was 10 yen, which was a huge amount of financial support.
  969. At that time when people were in a state of lethargy due to defeat in the war, the Seinen-sai Festival was planned at the suggestion of Shojiro TAKAHASHI, then leader of youth union in Warabi-machi, Saitama Prefecture, in order to encourage young people who will lead the next generation to have high hopes.
  970. At that time when there were no video games that are seen universally now, children were seldom given expensive toys and often used things around them as playthings.
  971. At that time you will know who I am.'
  972. At that time, 'Provisional Kyoto University' was located at Nishi-iru, Imadegawa, Tera-machi (in the southeast end of present Doshisha University campus), and just around the corner of 'Shijuku Ritsumeikan' in Kyoto Imperial Palace.
  973. At that time, 'Search Anna' campaign was carried out and she appeared in the town of Perpoi in the game.
  974. At that time, 'bijutsu' included poetry, music, and others, so it was almost synonymous with 'geijutsu' (today's Japanese word that means art and other artistic skills).
  975. At that time, 'ka' referred to fruit, but based on this setsuwa (anecdotes), Tajimamori is worshipped as 'kaso,' the god of confection.
  976. At that time, 'yokoyama' referred to the Tama Hills and in "Manyoshu" (the oldest anthology of Japanese poetry) the hills are called 'yokoyama in Tama.'
  977. At that time, 1 monme was set between 3.74 to 3.75 grams, slightly lighter than 3.75.
  978. At that time, 10 of his vassals followed to the grave.
  979. At that time, 28 towns were integrated into Fukakusa village and three towns into Mukaijima village and the remaining 188 towns became Oaza of Fushimi town.
  980. At that time, Akita Domain was in a financial crisis and the salary of feudal retainers was compulsorily requisitioned regularly.
  981. At that time, Arinori is believed to have served as Daishin (Senior Office Secretary) to the Empress Dowager.
  982. At that time, Asian regions were being colonized at high pace by Western powers, except few countries such as Japan and the Kingdom of Thailand.
  983. At that time, BANZUIIN Chobei stops their violent acts and forces them out of the playhouse.
  984. At that time, Chinese people wore 'kaidangku' open-crotch pants.
  985. At that time, Chinese styles were led by the new style of the Kaiya style in western Japan, and by those of the Ryoko style and the Beian style in eastern Japan.
  986. At that time, Chinese-style posthumous names for all the Emperors in history were selected.
  987. At that time, Doyo is said to have stayed in Omi, choosing not to go to Kyushu.
  988. At that time, ENDO and INOUE acted as interpreters.
  989. At that time, Echizen Province was relatively calm (compared with neighbouring provinces) under the control of the Asakura clan even though Japan (especially around Kinai region) was in a constant state of civil war.
  990. At that time, Eisai was also putting effort into the reconstruction of the nine-story pagoda of Hossho-ji as a praying temple, which resulted in receiving much support from the Imperial Court for Hossho-ji Temple.
  991. At that time, Emperor Godaigo who received a confidential agent from Takauji ASHIKAGA and tried to leave the mountain to make reconciliation with Takauji ASHIKAGA, without Yoshisada NITTA's prior consent.
  992. At that time, Emperor Gosakuramachi, who had been in power for the past two generations, had made contact with Fushiminomiya to succeed to the throne, whereupon he and Uchisaki KONOE recommended Imperial Prince Sadayoshi; however, there was no chance for Imperial Prince Sadayoshi to be a successor to the Imperial Throne.
  993. At that time, Emperor Gosanjo told Yorimichi to appoint the Imperial Prince Takahito, younger brother of Imperial Prince Chikahito, as the Crown Prince of the new Emperor.
  994. At that time, England was "against the all-out assault of Edo" because they were "a supporter of the domain of Satsuma" and was afraid of trading trouble with Japan, thus, the 'bloodless surrender of Edo Castle' became the fixed plan of the new government.
  995. At that time, Enjaku had difficulty with his legs so he couldn't move smoothly,.However, in the movie, his Goemon is so powerful that the audience is sighed with admiration.
  996. At that time, FUJIWARA no Korechika was accused of secretly conducting a magic ritual called Daigensuiho that was under a ban without a royal command, and was relegated to the position of Dazai gon no sochi (provisional governor-general of the Dazai-fu [local government office in Kyushu region]).
  997. At that time, FUJIWARA no Nakamaro of Nanke reached the peak of his power and while his three sons (FUJIWARA no Masaki, FUJIWARA no Kusumaro and FUJIWARA no Asakari) became Sangi (Councilor) in 762, Sukunamaro even at age of 47 had still not been appointed to Sangi.
  998. At that time, Fukei did not prepare many soldiers there, so couldn't repel the attack.
  999. At that time, Fukenkai kisoku (the rules of prefectural assembly) stipulated that 'men over 20 years old whose domicile is in that county and prefecture and who pay more than 5 yen tax are eligible to vote (Article 14 of the same law).'
  1000. At that time, Fumyo kokushi was invited and the Prince's second son (明庵察公) was welcomed as the practical chief priest (at a Buddhist temple).

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