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  1. Until 1899, there were foreign police officers enrolled in the Nagasaki Prefectural Police Department.
  2. Until 1910 there was no Korean translated version and the fact is opposite to Japan, where people quickly responded to the new thoughts, many became readers of the book and various versions such as reprint, translated and with translator's notes came out.
  3. Until 1914, he gave himself the first name of Ryozaburo (良三郎), and there a theory that this is his real name, while another says that he changed his name to Ryozaburo at some stage although he was named Ryuzaburo when he was born.
  4. Until 1942, the then Ministry of Health and Welfare held a social gathering and a study meeting for studying the improvement of female clothing in those days.
  5. Until 1945 of the Showa period, Wafuku with a short sleeve depth titled 'Genrokusode' for the purpose of saving cloth.
  6. Until 1947, it was a holiday called "shukikoreisai" (imperial ceremony of ancestor worship formerly held on the autumnal equinox).
  7. Until 1947, when former Imperial families renounced their status, there had been many Miyakes and a custom to call the prince who was an heir to his father who was to succeed the Miyake, 'Wakamiya'.
  8. Until 1954, the Tomotetsudo Railway Line was available to and from Fukuyama Station, but it went out of service in 1954.
  9. Until 1968, direct express and sub-express trains to the Nara Electric Railway (since 1963, Kintetsu Kyoto Line) were operated between Tanbabashi Station and Sanjo Station (the express train was designated after the merger with Kintetsu Corporation).
  10. Until 1972, this station had some feeder lines, including the Naka-Maizuru Line, and thus had a large storage yard, but this was dismantled with the construction of elevated tracks and some high-rise condominiums and other buildings are currently being constructed on this site.
  11. Until 1985, Kaya Railway operated between this station and Kaya.
  12. Until 1989 when the line between Kizu and Nagao was electrified, the operation had been divided at Nagao Station and diesel trains ran between Kizu and Nagao (see the History also).
  13. Until 1994, the trains were operated between Kyoto Station and Kintetsu-Nara Station (they didn't stop at Mukaijima Station
  14. Until 1996, a license to sell alcoholic beverages was necessary and it was not possible to sell mirin on premises other than those selling alcoholic beverages.
  15. Until 1997, the club had been using Kyocera Yokaichi general playground located in Higashiomi City (at that time, Yokaichi City), Shiga Prefecture as a training ground.
  16. Until 2004, the songs in the CD had been the unaccompanied male chorus version sung by the glee club of the University, but since 2005, it has been the a cappella arrangement consisting of five mixed voices and vocal percussions.
  17. Until 2099, the following years meet the condition mentioned above:
  18. Until August 31.
  19. Until Doi's death, his wife Sugino and their eldest daughter Saho DOI continued to support him in his philosophical pursuits.
  20. Until Doshaku passed away in 645 he learned the teachings including "Kammuryoju-kyo (Kangyo)"
  21. Until Early Middle Japanese a sentence terminated with an attributive form produced suggestiveness and a lingering feeling, but it became almost the same as a sentence terminated with an end-form after termination with an attributive form was generalized in Middle Japanese.
  22. Until February 1, 1998, together with the most part of Yamazoe Village, the zip code was the number that begins with 518, which indicates that it belongs to Mie Prefecture.
  23. Until February in the following year, 1577, it succeeded with the so-called Saiga three groups of shakego (miyago), nakago and nango among five of the Saiga groups.
  24. Until His Adolescence
  25. Until Imperial Diet was introduced based on Meiji Constitution, the Freedom and People's Rights group criticized the government repeatedly demanding realization of Charter Oath.
  26. Until January 1417, Mitsutane fought together with Zenshu, but were defeated and Zenshu committed suicide, and Mitsutane surrendered.
  27. Until January 2005, it was operated as Kyoto Park Hotel with five storeys above ground.
  28. Until June 15, 2007 the announcement was, 'The train on Platform 3, bound for Uji, will depart.'
  29. Until June 18, train service was suspended in the section between Shin-Osaka Station and Fukuchiyama Station.
  30. Until June 1913, he suffered from nervous breakdown and gastric ulcer.
  31. Until Kiseisha Years
  32. Until March 1192, the cloister government of Cloistered Emperor Go-Shirakawa continued.
  33. Until March 1997 the train would stop at Takatsukishi Station in addition to the limited express stops (Umeda, Juso, Takatsukishi, Omiya, Karasuma and Kawaramachi), and it was operated during the morning and evening rush hours on weekdays.
  34. Until Ninjo (scar by sword) on matsu no roka (literally, a corridor of pine trees).
  35. Until October 1997, local trains starting at Sanjo Station (Kyoto Prefecture) returned from this station except in the early morning or midnight hours.
  36. Until September 1978, the Keishin Line would cross at grade with the Higashiyama Line of the Kyoto City Trams, which would run on Higashiyama-dori Street, and Higashiyama-sanjo Station served as a transfer station to Higashiyama-sanjo Station of the Kyoto City Trams.
  37. Until Shimamoto Station was opened, the distance from Yamazaki Station to the next station, Takatsuki, had been the longest compared to other sections on the JR Kyoto Line.
  38. Until Shinkansen was realized
  39. Until World War II, fundoshi loincloths had been the main underwear for adult men, but, since the end of the war, they fell rapidly into disuse because of the emergence of new style underwear such as briefs, trunks and so on along with the westernization of men's wear.
  40. Until World War II, it was kept at the keep of Hirosaki-jo Castle, but removed for the metal delivery during the war and was restored to its current location in 2004.
  41. Until a certain period after World War II, Bunraku practitioners had a strong tendency to look down upon Takemoto and inclined to consider that their appearance in Kabuki was a 'disgrace.'
  42. Until a little while ago, the chabitsu was an indispensable part of the stage prop next to the chabudai (traditional low dining table) in TV dramas depicting family life inside the house.
  43. Until a pebble at present
  44. Until a timetable revision made on March 8, 1997, rapid trains ran nonstop between Tennoji and Oji similarly to Yamatoji Rapid Services, and regional rapid trains running to and from JR Nanba were mainly operated during rush hour.
  45. Until about 1974, oden-uri was popular with housewives who brought their pots to buy oden for dinner and with children who buy it for their afternoon snacks.
  46. Until around 1950 it was a flourishing port that linked Kyoto and Osaka through water transportation.
  47. Until around 1970 the customers could bring eggs or meat to the shops from home and cook them in okonomiyaki.
  48. Until around 1970, the area planted was decreased to six hectares, but the demand has grown rapidly since the 1990s.
  49. Until around 1975, mothers in these haori coats attended entrance ceremonies or graduation ceremonies of their children, however, it declined in a flash, afterwards, and now is almost never seen.
  50. Until around 2000, an announcement of 'Kagaku Center-mae (in front of the Science Center)" was made following the announcement of the station's name in the public address system on the train.
  51. Until around the Keian era, type printing had been rather widespread, but because the cost of publication increased due to the labor of setting up type for reprinting, typography gradually lost its position in the developing publishing industry and gave place to ordinary wood-block printing.
  52. Until around the Meiji period when Ubai production came close to an end, unaltered wild plums had been cultivated.
  53. Until around the Meiji period, an event of painting this statue with white powder was held at Shusho-e (New Year's Service) during New Year Holidays every year.
  54. Until around the Meiji period, pure white steamed glutinous rice was called "okowa" and was distinguished from "sekihan," which contains red adzuki beans or other ingredients, though today "sekihan" is included in the category of okowa.
  55. Until around the early Edo period, bokuto were used in uchi-keiko (hitting practice).
  56. Until around the eleventh century, a major economical base of Kizoku was placed on the iden and/or ifu supplied by the state, as in the Nara period, and not much income was available from shoen.
  57. Until around the end of the Edo period, in some regions, when a woman got married, a Sugoroku board was traditionally brought with her as one of her belongings.
  58. Until around then, he mainly did translation, but after the issue of "Subaru" (literature magazine) in 1909, he started writing again and contributed to the magazine every month (A time Mokutaro KINOSHITA referred to as 'The Time of Harvest').
  59. Until assuming the position of lord of the domain
  60. Until becoming a pupil of Toju NAKAE
  61. Until becoming the Fuku-sosai (vice-president) of the navy
  62. Until completing the banks, it took about twenty years.
  63. Until early Meiji period, Tsukigase Village had been the major producer of Ubai (a smoked young plum required to produce Safflower dyes), which contributed to the growing size of Tsukigase Bairin to gather more plums for Ubai.
  64. Until found in 1940 by Tokuhei YAMAGISHI, its existence had been known to very few people.
  65. Until getting involved with the Meiwa Incident, the ODA family in Obata Province was treated as one of the daimyo families who can be promoted to Shihon (Fourth Rank) or higher.
  66. Until he abdicated the throne in favor of Kinjo no Mikado, he had ruled the country for 18 years.
  67. Until he left this post in 1875, he worked hard in modernizing the prefecture, setting up the Daishi Bank among other achievements.
  68. Until he spoke words
  69. Until her death, Miki NAKAYAMA followed the divine orders and established the foundation of Tenrikyo by completing "Mikagura Zutome" in 1868.
  70. Until her hair grew longer, she was forced to stay in the residence of the Tayasu family.
  71. Until his adolescence, Kenshin learned Zen from his master Koiku TENSHITSU at Rinsen-ji Temple (Joetsu City) which was an ancient temple of Soto school of Buddhism, and when he went to Kyoto, he practiced Zen meditation under Soku of Daitoku-ji Temple of Rinzai sect and was granted a posthumous Buddhist name of 'Soshin.'
  72. Until his death, his stipend was repeatedly increased up to that of sixty bales for forty people (worth of one hundred and fifty koku in the tax rate of shiko-rokumin [forty percent for the government and sixty percent for citizens, land tax system during the Edo period]).
  73. Until his early thirties, he traveled around Japan, Korea, and Manchuria, and received a revelation of 'Tenso,' a god of creation of the universe.
  74. Until his later years, Yukichi had spent all his time in practicing katageiko of Iai for keeping good health.
  75. Until his later years, whenever he was called a great master of Japanese painting, he reportedly said, 'If that guy [Hishida] were alive, he would be better than I am.'
  76. Until his posthumous title, Emperor Kobun, was given in 1870, he was not included in the list of Japanese emperors.
  77. Until holding the title of Honinbo
  78. Until it became popular to sell sake by bottles in the modern age, sake traders usually sold sake by measure using tokkuri.
  79. Until it ceased to run, this train used outmoded passenger cars with hand-operated doors, such as the JNR/JR Passenger Car Series Oha 35, JNR/JR Passenger Car Series Suha 43 and JNR/JR Passenger Car Series 60.
  80. Until it fell into ruin due to the civil wars in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), the Toba-dono Palace held political significance as a base for the successive generations of Chiten no kimi (the retired emperor in power).
  81. Until it was burnt down in February 686, the building existed for 34 years in present-day Chuo Ward, Osaka City.
  82. Until just before the end of World War II, there was Keage Station on the Keage Line operated by the Kyoto City Trams, which was located on a slightly distant Niomon-dori Street (suspended in February 1945 and officially discontinued in July 1965).
  83. Until landing in surrender
  84. Until leaving the capital to go down to Kanto
  85. Until modern times in Japan, for the same reasons as those of current developing countries (malnutrition, deficient knowledge of health and poverty, etc.), the probability of small babies surviving to adulthood was quite low.
  86. Until modern times some called the Takatsuji-dori Street Bukkoji-dori Street, while the current Bukkoji-dori Street was called Gojo-bomon-dori Street--its former name..
  87. Until modern times some called this street Bukkoji-dori Street, because it faces south of Bukko-ji Temple--the current Bukkoji-dori Street was called Gojo-bomon-dori Street.
  88. Until modern times, these roads were called 'Ikeda-do Road' and 'Kameoka-do Road,' respectively.
  89. Until now, it was possible to import without inspections, but it became necessary to attach a statement of proof of inspection by a third party organization.
  90. Until now, more poor men became Presidents.
  91. Until now, researches concerned have been conducted by individuals or small-sized groups.
  92. Until now, sixty-five remains were found with tateanajukyogun and the total number of dwellings exceeded 300.
  93. Until now, the following three persons have been certified as the holders of Important Intangible Cultural Property concerning this technique.
  94. Until now, the spawning ground of eels was said to be the area near the Philippine Trench.
  95. Until now, there have been no major changes within the temple precinct but the Kosho School of Jodo Shinshu Sect ceded the south of the precinct when it became independent in 1876.
  96. Until now, three sections have opened in three different areas: on the side of the starting point, around the middle, and on the side of the terminal. The section on the side of the staring point has opened under the name "Keiji Bypass" instead of "Jukan Jidoshado Expressway."
  97. Until recent times, Japanese ships had been wasen (Japanese Style of Small Fishing Boat), as well as military ships.
  98. Until recent years, October 7th on the lunar calendar was a feast day.
  99. Until recent years, normal people could not easily enter a ryotei.
  100. Until recent years, the drum had been used to announce the time.
  101. Until recently, embroidered plain ra had been used instead of umonra since then.
  102. Until recently, it was believed that Yoshitada was chosen in haste to succeed his father because his two older brothers, Yoshichika and Yoshikuni, had been killed or exiled by the Imperial Court in punishment for their violent behavior or act of insurrection.
  103. Until recently, most Japanese houses had been one-story or two-story wooden buildings (using the wood frame-based building method or traditional building method) centered on tatami mat-using rooms (Washitsu (Japanese-style rooms)).
  104. Until recently, the 'Shinno Association' and 'Stall Holders Union' provided mutual aid for itinerant tekiya.
  105. Until she left the group in April 1993, she took on the responsibility of leader.
  106. Until such a document is uncovered, as Kannami's son, Zeami, wrote in the 'Sarugaku Dangi,' Kannami is most likely the third son of Taifu Yamada.
  107. Until that time, Asahi Breweries, Ltd. had said, 'We will not sell low-malt beer, which is only an imitation beer'.
  108. Until that time, Yoritomo had refused to adopt the Juei era used by the Imperial Court and had kept using the Jishou era.
  109. Until that time, it was believed that Iemochi followed Emperor Komei, his brother in law, in not having his photo taken.
  110. Until that time, seals were only for practical use, and not seen artistically, but the more kanin were found, the more they interested the literati, and many of the literati started buying, collecting and appreciating kanin.
  111. Until that time, the Fujiwara clan was the only clan among the Imperial retainers and clans that had produced those empresses, and therefore, the fact that an empress was born from the Tachibana clan elevated the position of the Tachibana clan in the aristocratic society.
  112. Until the 1950's the main stream method was to cook in a pot (rice kettle, cauldron).
  113. Until the 1960s, a lot of men wore Wafuku as informal wear at home, which is proved by cartoons until the 1970s, but their population gradually decreased.
  114. Until the 1960s, it wasn't unusual that people would use the word 'karate' (唐手), but today the word 'karate' (空手) has taken root and become common usage.
  115. Until the 1970s, there was Hokutan Railway Gujo Station on the west of the Miyafuku Line's Gujo Station (the Hokutan Railway station was closed in 1971 and abolished in 1974).
  116. Until the 1980s, most breweries (sake manufacturers) bought sakamai collectively from agricultural cooperatives and polished such rice for brewing.
  117. Until the 1990's, big enterprises used to make a list of personnel of associate companies and regulatory agencies and to give them seibo gifts.
  118. Until the An Shi Rebellion
  119. Until the Asuka period in the popular theory, Yamato kingship was a mere local government in and around the capital, not a government that represented Japan.
  120. Until the Edo Period, Shinto and Buddhism were syncretized and so the shrine was unified with the adjoining Hogon-ji Temple.
  121. Until the Edo period, "Nihon Shoki" was highly valued because it contained the official history edited by the government, but "The Kojiki" was not.
  122. Until the Edo period, because of this record, it was thought that Himiko was, in fact, Empress Jingu.
  123. Until the Edo period, it had been enshrined at the time of kanjo in the Tendai Sect.
  124. Until the Edo period, males from warrior families wore Hitatare, Daimon, and Suo for wedding ceremonies, and they even wore Kamishimo on informal occasions.
  125. Until the Edo period, rabbit meat was often eaten.
  126. Until the Edo period, samurai and scholars would customarily change their names upon their coming-of-age ceremonies and promotions.
  127. Until the Edo period, the temple included a monastery but the precinct was greatly reduced due to the Haibutsu kishaku (anti-Buddhist movement) of the Meiji Restoration.
  128. Until the Edo period, tochibuki and tokusabuki had also been used in shrine buildings and in temple buildings.
  129. Until the Emperor Komyo, it was worn with the Benkan (an emperor's ceremonial crown) for accession ceremonies and so on.
  130. Until the Genroku era, it was prohibited by to adopt any disciples from ordinary people other than people belonging to gakuke.
  131. Until the Graduation from the University of Tokyo
  132. Until the Haihan-chiken (Abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures), six Fu domains were abolished and three Fu domains were left.
  133. Until the Heian period, 'flower' meant 'plum blossom' in waka poems, but since the Heian period it has meant 'cherry blossom' along with the increasing popularity of cherry blossoms.
  134. Until the Huang Chao Rebellion
  135. Until the Keihan Oto Line opened to traffic in 1989, most buses arrived at and departed from Sanjo Station (Kyoto Prefecture), and there were some buses called "relay buses" between Sanjo Keihan and Demachiyanagi Station.
  136. Until the Meiji Restoration it was referred to as 'Shinomiya-jinja Shrine' but in the first year of the Meiji period it was given the present shago (title given to a Shinto shrine).
  137. Until the Meiji Restoration they were offered as presents to the Imperial Court and the name Suita arrowhead became widely known as it was featured in a poem by Shokusanjin, 'remembering de-boned conger with Suita arrowhead and Tennoji turnip.'
  138. Until the Meiji Restoration, Ryoko-in Temple served as an ancestral temple of the Takamatsu-no-Miya and Arisugawa-no-Miya families and has the graves of successive family heads from the first generation Imperial Prince Yoshihito Takamatsu-no-Miya to the eighth generation Imperial Prince Tsunahito Arisugawa-no-Miya.
  139. Until the Meiji Restoration, chasen with 80 or more bristles had been for feudal lords or people of higher rank, and chasen with 120 bristles had been for shogun.
  140. Until the Meiji Restoration, with some exceptions, only members of the samurai class were allowed to draw bows, but after the restoration the common people were allowed to draw bows, and it rapidly became a game or an amusement.
  141. Until the Meiji edict ordering the separation of Buddhism and Shinto, Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines (Buddhist deities and Shinto Kami) were worshipped as single entities and treated in the same manner unless there was a need to make a distinction.
  142. Until the Meiji period, Izumo Taisha Shrine was named Kizuki Taisha Shrine and therefore the name Izumo-jinja Shrine referred to this Izumo Taisha Shrine until the end of the Edo period.
  143. Until the Meiji period, the MATSUI family kept the position of the Hitto karo (the head of chief retainers) for generations as a blood relative of the Hosokawa family.
  144. Until the Meiji period, the annual Goryo Festival was every 18th August (under the old lunisolar calendar) but is now held every 18th May.
  145. Until the Momoyama period, the area was a sandbank on the Sanjo-gawa River.
  146. Until the Momoyama period, the whole area of Fushimi Port had been a wetland.
  147. Until the Muromachi period, Ashigaru had served as a type of military engineer.
  148. Until the Nara period, even imperial palaces and residences of nobles were earthfast post architecture, and hence did not last very long.
  149. Until the Nara period, women working in the palace were called Kyujin (court lady) including myobu, however, myobu was discriminated from kyujin after the Heian period.
  150. Until the Northern and Southern Dynasties and the early Muromachi periods, Kawachibon was actively used rather than Aobyoshibon (Blue Book) manuscripts, but during the mid Muromachi period, at around the time of Sogi and Sanetaka SANJONISHI, it was emphasized that importance be placed upon Teika's Aobyoshibon.
  151. Until the Series 6000 was introduced, the rollsign was a white background with red letters.
  152. Until the Taisho period (until 1923)
  153. Until the Taisho period, "saiho" (sewing) meant wasai, but in order to distinguish between "yosai" (dressmaking), sewing wafuku came to be referred to as 'wafukusaiho' or 'wasai.'
  154. Until the Taisho period, rakugo was often performed while reading koshakubon (text for koshaku) on kendai, which contained the story line and the characters, and which had been passed on from the masters generation after generation.
  155. Until the Time of Enactment of the Old Civil Code
  156. Until the abolition of domains and establishment of prefectures in 1871, the early Meiji fu of Hakodate-fu, Kanagawa-fu, Echigo-fu, Niigata-fu, Kai-fu, Watarai-fu, Nara-fu and Nagasaki-fu, excluding Tokyo-fu, Osaka-fu and Kyoto-fu, were each established and transitioned.
  157. Until the age of 10, he was taught the teachings of Shisho (The Four Books of Confucianism), but since he displayed remarkable talents, the adults around him tried to educate him.
  158. Until the age of 70, he never had his own temple and remained devoted to asceticism but assumed the post of chief priest at Tofuku-ji Temple in 1281 after the death of his teacher Enni.
  159. Until the beginning of the Edo period, obi for kimono was narrow in width of about ten centimeters.
  160. Until the defeat in the World War II, it was called tencho setsu (The birthday of the reigning emperor).
  161. Until the early 1990s, the pass was a wooded area with sparsely placed lights, making people feel lonely even in the daytime as well as at night.
  162. Until the early Edo period, the posts of Karo and Toshiyori were still not clearly differentiated in many domains.
  163. Until the early Edo period, this place was considered historical site of Takamanohara.
  164. Until the early Heian period, this instrument was played by some musicians but extinguished later, though scores from those times are still preserved even today.
  165. Until the early Kofun period in Japan, earthenware was baked in an oxidizing fire at sites such as baking pits for earthenware or Haji ware (a type of plain, unglazed, reddish-brown Japanese earthenware) in a manner similar to field burning.
  166. Until the early Showa era, those areas were surrounded by rice paddies and crop fields.
  167. Until the early Showa period, "町家 (Choie)" was a term used to refer to meeting places of towns.
  168. Until the early Showa period, the East Shrine was called 'the main shrine building of Omiwa Jinja Shrine'.
  169. Until the early modern times, coming-of-age ceremony meant a ceremony of Kamurigi (literally, "wearing a cap") in Japan, and a young man made a topknot and put a cap on his head at this ceremony.
  170. Until the emergence of ashigaru (foot soldiers) as combat personnel, it was generally accepted that official battles were basically conducted only by cavalry of samurai groups.
  171. Until the end of Edo period in Japan, beef was not commonly eaten due to the precepts of Buddhism as well as other reasons, however, there were still dishes referred to as 'sukiyaki.'
  172. Until the end of Meiwa period, not only were used silver coins in western Japan and gold coins in eastern Japan commonly, but also the exchange rate between those coins were flexible and unstable.
  173. Until the end of WWII in 1945
  174. Until the end of World War II, the imperial universities (帝国大学) were abbreviated to teidai (帝大).
  175. Until the end of the Edo bakufu and the beginning of the Meiji period, Tadamichi's direct descendants, in principle, had a monopoly on the posts of kanpaku (chief advisors to the emperor) and sessho (regent).
  176. Until the end of the Edo period
  177. Until the end of the Edo period, a dish with sauteed konjac with oil was called ganmodoki.
  178. Until the end of the Edo period, people did not have tiered displays, which are widely seen in the present day, and the standard style was to display only dairibina, a pair of male and female dolls.
  179. Until the end of the Second World War, a shrine required imperial permission in order to use the title 'jingu.'
  180. Until the end of the World War II
  181. Until the end of the bakufu after that, he managed the governmental affairs of the domain as the head Karo of the Echizen family.
  182. Until the end of the war, shrines were essentially national institutions with regulations that dictated conditions regarding facilities and assets that had to be met in order to be recognized as a shrine.
  183. Until the end of war in 1945, all the male clothes produced were national uniforms, and as there had been a sign of preparation for the mainland battle, an increasing number of men were obliged to wear the national uniforms.
  184. Until the era of Emperor Koko, onna toka had been held on January 16 (by the lunar calendar) almost every year.
  185. Until the generation of Emperor Tenchi himself, the succession had been commonly practiced between brothers, and naturally there are many eligible candidates, therefore the succession had been often settled by killing the rivals.
  186. Until the introduction of the Series 6000, it was a white background with blue letters.
  187. Until the last days of the Sengoku period, when the Ikko ikki were finally suppressed by Nobunaga ODA and others, Ikko ikki managed to set up and govern peaceful, prosperous neighborhoods all over the country.
  188. Until the late 1980s, some local trains passed the station without stopping during certain hours (as was also the case with the Namikawa, Yoshitomi (Kyoto Prefecture) and Fuchigaki stations).
  189. Until the late Heian period, noblewomen wore Monogu shozoku (most formal attire) which was an equivalent costume to noblemen's sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress).
  190. Until the late Showa period, some people went to work in wafuku (Japanese traditional clothes) on the day.
  191. Until the latter half of the Heian period eels were called 'munagi.'
  192. Until the latter half of the fourth century, the Yamato Kingdom's royal tombs were situated in Yamato (the Nara Basin), but after that, the majority were built in the Kawachi Plain.
  193. Until the medieval period people often included 'Kumogakure' among them, but since the early-modern period many people have been excluding it.
  194. Until the medieval period, samurai within a master and vassal relationship who were subordinate to a Bumon no toryo (leader of samurai families) were called Kenin.
  195. Until the mid 19th century, loading a gun was done mostly by this method.
  196. Until the mid Edo period, the original shapes of the eyebrows were drawn with dilute ink after they were shaved or pulled out.
  197. Until the mid-Heian period, the costume had not been so different from that of the Nara period, but after SUGAWARA no Michizane abolished the envoys to Tang dynasty China, the Chinese culture became less influential and an indigenous culture developed in every aspect.
  198. Until the mid-Kamakura period, the general practice of one-to-one combat between mounted warriors meant that it was often the case that ashigaru were engaged as servants and porters in fields such as logistics and construction.
  199. Until the middle of the Edo period, Kabuki Kyogen created in "Kamigata" (Kyoto and Osaka area) weighed so much.
  200. Until the middle of the Edo period, choshi was used at the beginning of the party and, after sankon, it was switched to tokkuri.
  201. Until the next year 1869, he produced other works including "Azuma no nishiki ukiyo kodan."
  202. Until the prewar era, only cooked items using shiitake mushroom, vinegared lotus root, omelet, and oboro, boiled and seasoned conger, prawn and spotted shad, were adopted.
  203. Until the privatization and separation of the Japanese National Railways (JNR)
  204. Until the raid
  205. Until the recent extensive archelogic excavation, these remains were known as Ota Remains or Katsuyama Remains, a small-scale, insignificant remains without getting much attention among the members of Japanese archeological societies.
  206. Until the revision of March 2001 there was a train for Kawaramachi Station, and on the inbound track as well as on the outbound track it stopped at the same stations as Sakaisuji-Kaisokukyuko (rapid express), which was introduced with this revision.
  207. Until the revision of the timetable in 2000, Osaka-bound trains were split between Platform 3 for limited express and local trains to Yodoyabashi Station and Platform 4 for express and local trains to Uji Station (Keihan).
  208. Until the revision of the timetable in 2000, there was a local train that went through to the Uji Line.
  209. Until the school was closed in 1894, Naojiro taught students including Mango KOBAYASHI, Yoshihiko ITO, Eisaku WADA, Kokki MIYAKE, and Tojiro KINOSHITA.
  210. Until the second generation Hikosaburo and the third generation Tarozaemon, the SAKAMOTO family had been engaged in farming.
  211. Until the sixty-first Sengu the phrase 'Munamochi-bashira and others' had been used, but it has been announced that the sixty-second Sengu will not include Munamochi-bashira (outer supporting pillars for the shrine building).
  212. Until the spread of guns, bows and arrows were the principal power among the shooting weapons.
  213. Until the spring of 1991, this station was a ground station that had a toothed platform for two tracks, and its station building was two-storied and made of concrete-mortar.
  214. Until the thirty-fourth Shikinen Sengu the source of the timber had always been the forest (called Miso-yama) on Mt. Kamiji or Mt. Takakura located behind the Naiku (inner shrine) and Geku (outer shrine), with three exceptions when the trees came from neighboring mountains.
  215. Until the time when the Hatakeyama clan was appointed in 1478, only a nominally appointed Shugo had served Yamashiro Province.
  216. Until the timetable revision of Kansai International Airport on September 4, 1994, island platforms were operated at Tennoji and the schedule had most local trains utilizing passing loops to allow rapid trains to pass at Hirano and Kashiwara.
  217. Until the timetable was revised on April 16, 2006, out of those trains that extended their operations and ran between Hirakatashi Station and Yodo Station, the train that operated between Hirakatashi and Yodo stations as an express was denominated as 'Gallop' and was thus indicated on the rollsigns and headmarks.
  218. Until the timetable was revised on March 24, 2001, it had been operated in spring and autumn every year to transport sightseeing passengers to the Arashiyama area.
  219. Until the war started
  220. Until the zabuton is offered, the guest should remain standing or kneel in a semi-kneeling position on the tatami.
  221. Until the;ead pf Satsuma and Choshu forces became apparent in the Toba-Fushimi War that took place in January of the following year, these alliances between Satsuma and Tosa, and Satsuma, Tosa and Aki, were not able to exercise power.
  222. Until then Confucianism was a part of general education amongst priests of the (Kyoto) Five Zen Monasteries.
  223. Until then it was called 'Osaka rakugo' or 'Kyoto rakugo.'
  224. Until then it was common for large landowners to stock up with a certain amount of rice from the harvest every year in order to prepare for poor crops or famine.
  225. Until then powerful western countries were recognized as iteki because they seemed to put weight on power and profit rather than the proprieties and virtue and disorderly attack others by prior experiences.
  226. Until then the Northern Court, which ultimately led to the current Imperial line, was considered as the standard period, therefore the period of the Emperor's reign in the Northern Court was used (1382 - 1412).
  227. Until then the pilgrimage route to Kumano including Kohechi had not been registered by the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties, and the registration was planned for reporting the plan of the preservation and management of the site to obtain the recommendation as a World Heritage site.
  228. Until then the smallest teahouse had a space of 4 and a half tatami mats, but Rikyu made it smaller reducing the number of mats to 3 or even 2, which was only common among the townsmen at that time, invented Nijiri-guchi (a small entrance to the teahouse), Shitaji window, a mud wall and an alcove 120 to 150cm in width.
  229. Until then, 'gardens' were built on flat agora and practically used, however, they dug a small pond with a small island, and made the 'garden' into an object for viewing.
  230. Until then, Japan had been divided into many domains due to the feudal system characteristic of the shogunate, and had not been regarded as a unitary nation of united people.
  231. Until then, Japan had used convertible currency (currency guaranteed to exchange for gold).
  232. Until then, both the incense-smelling ceremony and the tea ceremony of the Shino school had been passed on as a unit, but the original tea ceremony of the Shino school performed by the Hachiya family has been discontinued since that time.
  233. Until then, enbu had been performed by Morihei, and it was inconceivable that an inexperienced performer would present techniques in public.
  234. Until then, gozoku had been ruling their own lands and people by given the title of Kuninomiyatsuko from the Imperial Court.
  235. Until then, he had been called Hashiba Chikuzen Saisho (prime minister).
  236. Until then, he had been fighting so bravely that his sword was ruined, the junction of its blade with the guard being irreparably cracked.
  237. Until then, he indifferently continued as a director for a film starring Matsunosuke ONOE at Nikkatsu Studio.
  238. Until then, however, the Kansai region had been the production center.
  239. Until then, it had been called the "Restoration" (Goisshin), mainly referring to Haihan-chiken (the abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) and Taisei-hokan (transfer of power back to the emperor).
  240. Until then, it is considered acceptable to continue displaying kagami-mochi.
  241. Until then, it was customary in Kizoku society to inherit assets from the mother-side lineage, but inheritance from the father-side linage became customary around the twelfth century.
  242. Until then, kemi ho (annual crop inspections), in which the amount of tax is determined based on the amount of crop that was produced each year, was adopted as the method of land tax collection, but the income was unstable with this method and jomen ho was adopted as part of the Kyoho reforms.
  243. Until then, local administration functioned under zuryo's authority, and the manors that had been developed by gunji or rich and powerful persons could exist by obtaining approval from the kokuga (kokumensho [the manor whose obligations were exempted by kokushi]).
  244. Until then, no station officer was stationed during the period of late night through early morning, but now there is always an officer on duty.
  245. Until then, people commonly thought of Mt. Yoshino as a place where 'spring came late and it snowed hard.'
  246. Until then, reihen was thought to occur in a linear manner: tensho, korei to happunrei.
  247. Until then, some trains of the Limited Express 'Matsukaze' and Express 'Daisen' had arrived at and departed from Kinosaki Station and other stations to the west, so instead of these trains the rapid train services from Kinosaki Station started operating.
  248. Until then, the conifer forests covered much of the Japanese archipelago; however, the deciduous broad-leaved forests grew and spread from southwest Japan along the coast of the Pacific and the deciduous broad-leaved and the laurel forests came to cover much of the Japanese archipelago except Hokkaido.
  249. Until then, the funeral rites had conformed to Buddhism.
  250. Until then, the government army had wasted its military force; it achieved little for that large military force it spent.
  251. Until then, the head of page office and concurrently a servant in the domestic quarters of Edo Castle.
  252. Until then, the kosode generally used as formal attire had been "noshime kosode" (kosode with 'noshime' [a check pattern or laterally striped pattern woven into the lower part of the sleeves and the waist part]), but from then the solid-color kosode - though it had five family crests - began to be used along with noshime kosode.
  253. Until then, the record was 40 skips made by Kurt Steiner at "Pennsylvania Qualifying Stone Skipping Tournament" on September 14, 2002.
  254. Until then, the regency government was run by the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan who took the actual control of politics as regent and chancellor (acted as Emperor's proxy or supporter).
  255. Until then, the sky was thought of as having a character, rewarding and punishing people with will, but from Song onward, the sky was considered a natural being without will, and there simply was a law in the principle between sky and humans.
  256. Until then, there had been an order in which property belonged to the wife's family, and ikai (court rank) was handed down in the husband's family, but the system broke down.
  257. Until then, there had been no Shogun in the Kamakura Shogunate since the assassination of Sanetomo.
  258. Until then, there was no building that was built as a guest house for VIPS from abroad.
  259. Until this direct route to Kyoto was set up, the operation was carried out with trains made up of two cars, and most of them connected with 'Hashidate' or 'Monju.'
  260. Until this moment, he had called himself 'Totaro ASANO.'
  261. Until this seventh head, the Sato family had been living around Mihori, Ouchi-cho, the present southern part of Yamaguchi City.
  262. Until this time, the majority of hanshi positions were given to those with a military background.
  263. Until through the early Edo period, hanjuban (to be described later) was considered a formal juban, while nagajuban is commonly used today.
  264. Until today there were cases in 2001 and 2004 where information disclosure of the Jinshin-koseki was claimed, but they were rejected in reports.
  265. Untitled (1 volume): May to June 1576, September to October 1580, June to July 1582.
  266. Unton-Making use of clouds.
  267. Unuma-juku Station on Nakasen-do Road, old hatago 'Kinuya' (Kakamigahara City, Gifu Prefecture, facilities of Kakamigahara City 'Nakasen-do Unuma-juku Machiya-kan')
  268. Unusual acrid odor generated through exposure to sunshine
  269. Unusual foods such as soft ice cream made from soy milk, doughnuts made from soy milk, and skewered tuna dipped in soy sauce, are also available, and there are many who walk around tyring to eat free samples of food served by stores.
  270. Unusual products include 'Oden kan' (canned Oden) which is manufactured by Tengu Kanzume (Tengu Canning) and available at shops and from vending machines.
  271. Unusually upset by the attack, Kanji KIDO (Kogoro) quickly sent Shinsaku TAKASUGI, who was the commander in Ogura-guchi, to Oshima-guchi.
  272. Unveiling of depravity of court nobles
  273. Unwillingly Tatsujiro carried Mine on his back and headed to Hida.
  274. Unwillingly, the Otomo army followed him.
  275. Unza
  276. Unzankaku (Haiden, a hall of worship)
  277. Unzari Omatsu, Yohei - Matsusuke ONOE the first
  278. Unzen City, Nagasaki Prefecture
  279. Unzen KUSHIRO
  280. Unzen KUSHIRO (1759-December 31, 1811) was a painter in the literary artist's style in the late Edo period.
  281. Unzen was born near Nodamyo-ji Temple in Shimabara, Hizen Province (Chidiwa-cho, Nagasaki Prefecture) as a son of a retainer of the Shimabara Domain.
  282. Unzen's works are highly evaluated in "Museishiwa" and "槃??話" written by Uju KANAI and 森島長志 respectively.
  283. Unzen-Amakusa sightseeing area:
  284. Unzen-jigoku eggs
  285. Unzusho
  286. Unzusho is a book on rites that was written in the late Heian period.
  287. Uocchi Kan
  288. Uocchi Kan is an aquarium located in Odashukuno, Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  289. Uocchi kan is officially called "Miyazu Energy Research Center, Kansai Electric Power Co. Tango Uocchi Kan", and is an in-house PR hall of the Miyazu Energy Research Center, Kansai Electric Power Co.
  290. Uocchi section
  291. Uona gained tremendous trust from Emperor Konin and was granted the official rank called "Loyal Retainer."
  292. Uonami (魚なみ) (a seafood restaurant)
  293. Uonuma-jinja Shrine
  294. Uotani-tekko Inc., Head Office (Inukai-cho): Famous for its sugarcane harvester
  295. Uozumi no tomari (Uozumi-cho, Akashi City, Hyogo Prefecture)
  296. Up around the Meiji restoration period it dominated Kamigata rakugo, but was later replaced by the Katsura family.
  297. Up through the year 1998, it was stipulated that shinpaku must have 'the size of one half the fair surface of the grain or larger' for all varieties of shuzo kotekimai.
  298. Up to 1872 : Shizuoka Prefecture, Tottori Prefecture, Okayama Prefecture, Tokushima Prefecture, Saga Prefecture
  299. Up to 1873 : Kumamoto Prefecture
  300. Up to 1875 : Kyoto Prefecture
  301. Up to 1876 : Kochi Prefecture
  302. Up to 1877 : Kagoshima Prefecture
  303. Up to 1999
  304. Up to 40 million years ago, the Japanese archipelago was part of the Asian Continent but it became detached from the continent approximately between 40 million and 20 million years ago.
  305. Up to Volume 114 of the in-house magazine "Kogei" (Crafts) of Japanese style books were published from 1931 to 1943, and were suspended temporarily before publishing up to Volume 120 from 1946 to 1951.
  306. Up to Yoshioka's Appointment to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  307. Up to adolescence
  308. Up to ancient times
  309. Up to around 1945: Many companies were integrated throughout the nation under the encouragement of the government.
  310. Up to four to six persons were appointed to this post.
  311. Up to now researchers in Japan believed that the philosophy of Laozi and Zhuangzi, or the philosophy of Doka, had no direct relation with Taoism (Dokyo).
  312. Up to now, many of them have developed into city events.
  313. Up to now, ryotei have been thought to be an unknown space shut out from the general public, however in recent years, they are opening nationwide with increasing customers from the common people sector.
  314. Up to now, these examples are thought of as remains of a weapon breaking off when stabbing the human body.
  315. Up to second generation Ebizo EBIICHI
  316. Up to that point, Saigo, Itagaki and Fukushima had thought to advance the situation by sending an ambassador.
  317. Up to that time, all ships in Japan were so-called wasen (literally, Japanese ships) with a flat bottom.
  318. Up to the 'Horyu-ji Temple Oto-Butai' (2002) which marked the 15th concert, this event was referred to as the 'JAL Stage Special Oto-Butai (Sound Stage)' but, starting from the 16th concert 'Manpuku-ji Temple Oto-Butai' (2003), it was renamed to the present JAL Sound Stage Series.
  319. Up to the 20th volume were published monthly, but the 21st volume published in 1989 was a collection of letters divided into three sections, and the 22nd volume published in 1992 was divided into two sections, and each was sold for the price of approximately 15,000 yen.
  320. Up to the Edo period
  321. Up to the Kamakura period, the clan went under their original surname Ozuki, but thereafter it was divided into the Mibu, Omiya, Mushika, and Murata families.
  322. Up to the Muromachi period, however, lower-ranking nobles wore light karibakama (hunting hakama) that were made of six pieces (sashinuki was with eight pieces) of white hemp.
  323. Up to the Sengoku period (period of warring states)
  324. Up to the Taisho period, honor students for each course of study were awarded an Imperial prize of a silver watch.
  325. Up to the beginning of Showa period, manzai had been described mainly in either '萬才' or '萬歳.'
  326. Up to the early Edo Period, stone walls of numerous castles were built under the supervision of the Ano-shu Guild.
  327. Up to the fourth, Utaemon NAKAMURA was active as tachiyaku (leading male-role actors) and the fifth and later was as onnagata (actor of female roles).
  328. Up to the middle of the 11th century, the regency functioned to some extent.
  329. Up to the third generation students, all the students were financed by the National Government, however, some of the fourth generation students were privately financed.
  330. Up to the time of the second head priest Encho, the term Tendai-zasu was a private title used within the compound of Enryaku-ji Temple but, starting with the third head priest Ennin, it became an official post appointed by way of kanpu (official documents from the Dajokan or Grand Council of State) issued by the Dajokan, and which continued until 1871.
  331. Up to the vicinity of Ichihara Station, although the route runs through the foothills of the mountain, residential districts line the railway, giving it the flavor of a city outskirts route; north of the station, the route becomes a mountain one, with an inclination of 50 per mil.
  332. Up to thirty-nine people were dismissed from their office on this day (eight Kugyo (court nobles), Tenjobito (a courtier allowed to enter the Imperial Palace), Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors), thirty-one Kebiishi (police and judicial chief)).
  333. Up to two to three personnel could be appointed to this post, and they were selected from among the Tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace) of the Fifth Rank, with particular favor for individuals from families of nobility and who were scholarly gifted.
  334. Up until 1582, Nobunaga had a hold on Kinai (the five provinces in the immediate vicinity of Kyoto) centering around Kyoto and its vicinity and overthrew the Takeda clan in April and May 1582.
  335. Up until 1653, both won games for the black and the result was three to three and inconclusive (There is a view that the match was by senaisen for Sanchi with the result of four wins and two losses for Sanchi).
  336. Up until 1696, Sanchi attended at oshirogo as an observer, but he retired in 1697 and make the third Chitetsu YASUI inherit the position of the family head.
  337. Up until 1955, most shorobune were 'moyai-bune' and only rich people made family shorobune boats.
  338. Up until his death, the Cloistered Emperor Gouda continued to order Emperor Godaigo to handover the throne to Crown Prince Kuniyoshi as the legitimate direct heir to the Daikakuji line.
  339. Up until the 1950s, girls could be seen on alleys bouncing balls and singing temariuta; however, as cars also began to drive through alleys and less children play outside after the spread of television, it is almost forgotten today.
  340. Up until the Edo period his by-name was Yonosuke.
  341. Up until the Edo period, hoiro was produced by sticking Japanese paper to a frame made with bamboo, and, therefore, it is said that it was impossible to be continuously knead through the use of strong pressure.
  342. Up until the Edo period, it was called 'Sanja Myojin,' and then it became 'Jusanja Myojin' in 1874 followed by 'Meta-jinja Shrine' (written as 賣田神社 in Japanese) in 1891, and afterward, the name was changed to the currently-used name 'Meta-jinja Shrine' (written as賣太神社 in Japanese) in 1942.
  343. Up until the Start of the Battle
  344. Up until the early modern ages, most people including Buddhists, were buried under the earth in a coffin, and in some cases, the bodies were left exposed to the vultures (sky burial) and other natural forces.
  345. Up until the end of the Edo period, it was common to visit the shrine or temple of ujigami or those in the direction of his or her eho (lucky direction) for the year (ehomairi), but after the Meiji period, it became customary to visit a well-known shrine or temple, regardless of the ujigami or eho.
  346. Up until the period of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, most books on acupuncture were re-edited versions of Huangdi Neijing (The Yellow Emperor's Inner Canon) and other classical works.
  347. Up until the sixteenth game, the result was nine wins, three losses and four ties for Doetsu and the handicap was changed to senaisen (playing black then white then black) and, up until the twentieth game in 1675, the result was twelve wins, four losses and one tie for Sanetsu and the match was discontinued.
  348. Up until the vicinity of Ichijoji Station, the route runs through districts where houses and family-run businesses crowd together; after that, it runs through residential districts until it reaches Miyake-hachiman Station.
  349. Up until this point he had been known as Sukune ("lord", the third-highest of the hereditary titles, just below "Ason").
  350. Up until this point, Yorimasa's involvement in the plot had still not been discovered.
  351. Up until this point, he had been called Kotomichi.
  352. Up until this point, the relationship between Yoshimitsu and Yoshihiro had been very cordial, but in 1397, Yoshimitsu began construction of Kinkaku-ji Temple, and consequently wanted the various daimyo to contribute people towards this project.
  353. Upaya - The Ways and Means of Emptiness and Detachment
  354. Upbringing
  355. Upgrading' of important art objects to important cultural properties
  356. Upholding the belief called 'Yuken ichinyo' (unity of the world after death and the actual world), Izumo-ha school argued that Okuninushi no Kami should be included as an enshrined deity to form Itsuhashira (five gods).
  357. Uploading ports in Japan
  358. Upon Benichu's open, he established a store law and employed Rieki-sanbun-shugi (a financial system dividing profits to three categories) to allot the 50% of the net profit to his family, 30% to reserve fund of the main store and 20% to employee's salary, and it was called 'Mitsuwarigin.'
  359. Upon Crown Prince Asahito's ascendance to the throne in 1687, Fuyumoto stepped down from the post of Togu Gon no daibu.
  360. Upon Crown Prince Ayahito's ascendance to the throne in 1817, he stepped down from the post of Togu Gon no daibu and served as shikken (chief aide) to the retired Emperor Kokaku, who abdicated and started the cloister government.
  361. Upon Crown Prince's ascendance to the throne in the following year, Fuyuhiro stepped down from the post.
  362. Upon Emperor Gohorikawa's succession to the throne after the rebellion, his father, Imperial Prince Morisada, conducted insei without in fact becoming the Emperor (Gotakakura-in).
  363. Upon Emperor Konin's decree, he was appointed as Japanese envoy to Balhae on May 23, 777.
  364. Upon Emperor Yozei's succession to the throne in 877, Hirotune was conferred Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  365. Upon Goshirakawa's March visit to Fukuhara the conflict seemed to have eased; however, in April, Enryaku-ji Temple forcefully petitioned the transportation of FUJIWARA no Morotaka, Kaga no kami (chief of Kaga Province).
  366. Upon Ikedaya Incident on June 5 1864, Toshizo lead half of the troop to search around Tantora (Shikokuya), visited frequently by members of the Choshyu clan and the Tosa clan, but nobody was there.
  367. Upon Japan's Invasion of Korea, he served as a zaiban (guard) of Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province.
  368. Upon Juntaro's death he was additionally decorated with the order of merit, Zo Shosanmi Kunitto Zuihosho (Senior Third Rank, Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure, posthumously conferred).
  369. Upon Kanami's 1384 death, Zeami continued the line of Kanze-dayu.
  370. Upon Mori's further invasion into Izumo, the Misawa clan acted as the main force behind the Mori army.
  371. Upon Rikyu's death, he was summoned to Jurakudai, Hideyoshi's residence, to serve as tea master, though he soon resigned.
  372. Upon Tadato's retirement, he inherited the Karatsu Domain in 1775.
  373. Upon Tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess) he was ordered to descend with Ninigi, and he accompanied him as one of Itsutomonoo (five deities later to become ancestral deities of the five clans).
  374. Upon Tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess), she was ordered to descend onto the earth to accompany Ninigi (the grandson of the Sun Goddess) as one of Itsutomonoo (five deities later to become ancestral deities of the five clans) along with Amenokoyane, Futodama, Amenouzume and Tamanooya.
  375. Upon Yoritomo's order, Tokimasa HOJO attacked the residence of the provincial governor (Kanetaka's residence) Nirayama, Izu Province on September 15, 1180 (August 17, 1180 under the old lunar calendar) and killed Kanetaka.
  376. Upon Yoshimasa's return to the administration of Bakufu after the death of Takatsune, he conflicted with Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, who was Kanrei.
  377. Upon a receipt of report informing a dispute between Yamataikoku and Kunukoku in 248 (Zhengshi 8), Chang Cheng, an acting Secretary of the Border Guard, was dispatched from Daifang Commandery, and he persuaded Iyo with a letter of proclamation advising reconciliation.'
  378. Upon acquiring the woman from the Oni, he told Haseo not to make love with her for 100 days, but Haseo could not put up with his desire and broke the promise in 80 days.
  379. Upon advancing to popular faculties and departments, more than a few people became ronin (those who could not pass the examinations to enroll at a university), and they were called white-line ronin.
  380. Upon agreement and acceptance of the request, the Keihan Bus Co. Ltd. filed an application for discontinuing routes running via Uchizato and Iwata on April 1, 1969.
  381. Upon announcement of Peerage Law (which is called Kazoku-rei in Japanese), SHO Tai was made Marquis.
  382. Upon arrival in London in 1884, Mutsu studied hard in order to understand the structure of modern society in the West.
  383. Upon arrival in Tang China, the party must have learned that the Bokkai navy had attacked Dengzhou in Shandong the previous year.
  384. Upon arriving at where the branch was dropped, he realized it was the same place he had seen in his dream with the three reeds growing.'
  385. Upon arriving in Edo, he met ARAKI and the wife of Takuminokami, Yozenin.
  386. Upon ascending this cliff, one will reach a flat area on which the ninomaru was located.
  387. Upon attachment of Kegare to someone's body, it was believed that Kegare would disturb the order of both the person and the community the person belonged to and generate troubles for both.
  388. Upon becoming a Ronin (a wandering masterless samurai), legend has it that a chance meeting at a poetry reading held at Ohamashomyo-ji Temple (Hekinan City) lead to him becoming an adopted son of Nobushige.
  389. Upon being instilled with a sense that these were anger (curse) of 'something' awe-inspiring, people in ancient Japan began to venerate of natural entities and phenomona, seeking to placate the anger when they thought that the awe inspiring entity or phenomenon was angry (and would impart misfortune), or to seek blessings.
  390. Upon boiling again, stop heating it immediately and cool it.
  391. Upon close examination, it becomes apparent that there are many Shinmei that end in the same sound.
  392. Upon coming and going to the capital during sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo), before being granted an audience with the Shogun, the family having the privilege of the Shogun's roju (member of the Shogun's council of elders) coming with the information to the daimyo's residence.
  393. Upon coming out, trainees become Dai Ajari, the embodiment of Fudo Myoo, and are greeted by the joined hands of believers.
  394. Upon command of Emperor Kanmu did Yasuhito edit the "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), thereby being appointed Sangi (Councilor) in 805, but he fell from power once on the grounds that he was involved in an incident of Imperial Prince Iyo.
  395. Upon compilation, the first volume was issued by Toshiro EIRAKUYA (Eirakudo), a publisher in Nagoya, in 1814 when Hokusai was 55 years old and was well received.
  396. Upon cruising the Ryukyu and Ogasawara Islands (Bonin Islands), Perry returned to Uraga in January 1854 seeking a reply to the president's message.
  397. Upon demise of Emperor Taisho in December 25, 1926, Crown Prince Hirohito succeeded to the imperial throne at the Hayama Goyotei.
  398. Upon donation, the development landholders were appointed as shokan by the new landholder and were given kyuden.
  399. Upon each of the remaining eight Shoheki, an image of Bosatsu (Bodhisattva) has been painted.
  400. Upon entering Mt. Koya, with the wish to attain enlightenment, Ogo practiced kokudachi (training of eating no grain) by not eating various types of grain.
  401. Upon entering Nanzen-ji Temple, Ranbakeishi became a pupil of Daimobonki, carrying over his master's dharma and studying Chinese poetry under various people including Kiseireigen and Zuiganryusei.
  402. Upon entering a big bath, one used to say to preceding bathers 'I'm a cold one.' as an etiquette.
  403. Upon entering into the priesthood, he was offered waka (Japanese traditional poem) by Princess Kishi and Nakatsukasa (a female waka poet).
  404. Upon entering the library, a user is required to obtain a user card, which is an IC card that is valid only on the day of issuance, from the User Card Issuing Machine; the card is required when searching, requesting, collecting and copying materials.
  405. Upon entering the military, every body was supplied with a white Etchu fundoshi and was forced to use it.
  406. Upon entering the sanmon gate, the stone-paved path leading to the kuri (monks' living quarters) comes into view.
  407. Upon entering the sanmon gate, what is said to be approximately 300 stone Buddha statues are standing to the left.
  408. Upon entry into the Uchi-masugata, the enemy would be surrounded from three directions.
  409. Upon establishment of the Development Commissioner Tobetsu Office, Kuninao was appointed official of "Kaitaku-nanatozoku, kaitakushi-kangyo-ka-Tobetsu-zaikin" (literally, Development 7th grade, Industry Encouragement Service at Tobetsu, Development Commission).
  410. Upon exiting the ninomaru and descending the slope, one will encounter a small hill.
  411. Upon extending the buildings in Chion-in Temple in 1603, according to the proposal by Zenryo, the husband of Yusei's younger sister, the new place that was given was within the area of Mt. Toribe, where Ennin-ji Temple, in which the founder Shinran was cremated, is said to have been located.
  412. Upon fall of the master's house, Soku became a merchant who carried on overseas trade in Keicho and Genna eras.
  413. Upon falling ill in 585 (February of the 14th year of Emperor Bidatsu's reign), Umako was told by a fortune-teller that it was the curse of a Buddhist statue destroyed while his father Iname was in office.
  414. Upon finishing Danbarai, the mourning period is over and the surviving members of the family come back to a normal life.
  415. Upon genpuku (to celebrate one's coming of age), he was given one character from the name of Ieyasu for his new name Iemasa.
  416. Upon getting this news, he immediately assumed the post of Ukonoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and successfully recommended MINAMOTO no Yoriie, Yoritomo's successor, to the Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) post that had been vacated.
  417. Upon going to the center of Kyoto, this was the pass where one could take the first glimpse of the town of Kyoto.
  418. Upon graduating university in 1952, he entered Shochiku Kyoto Studios and served as an assistant director.
  419. Upon hearing Mitsunari's words 'a military commander should always try to comeback by escaping his peril' uttered when he was captured after the Battle of Sekigahara, it is said that Masanori praised him saying that 'it is quite right, escaping from the battle field should never be a thing to be ashamed'.
  420. Upon hearing Munemori stance, Goshirakawa held a Kugegijo (a council of the nobility), in which it was decided to suspend the policy to destroy the rebels.
  421. Upon hearing a plan to found a shrine enshrining him in the future when Nogi Shrine was built, Togo pleaded to stop the plan before his death, but the shrine was established in the end.
  422. Upon hearing about this registration, many organizations such as the mass communication media in the People's Republic of China, where the real origin is, have protested vehemently.
  423. Upon hearing from Yorimori that there was a serious shortage of food staples in Kyoto, Yoritomo suspended his planned visit to Kyoto, and sent his brother, MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, and NAKAHARA no Chikayoshi to the capital as his representatives instead (see the entry forNovember 2 in the "Gyokuyo").
  424. Upon hearing of this heartless treatment, Yorinaga's sons, including Moronaga, decide to enter the priesthood, but his grandfather Tadazane dissuades them, saying they should someday avenge their father's death.
  425. Upon hearing reports of this Yoritomo simply ignored them.
  426. Upon hearing that Takeminakata also gave in to Takemikazuchi, Okuninushi agreed to hand over the land saying that his 180 children would not disobey Amatsu kami (god of heaven) if Kotoshiro nushi was the leader.
  427. Upon hearing the outcry 'Iwami (the official rank of Masayasu Inaba) went mad', shogun's council of elders rushed to Masatoshi, and Tadatomo OKUBO, Masatake ABE, and then Tadamasa TODA brought their swords down upon Masayasu.
  428. Upon hearing the story, Fusasaki prayed to Buddha for the peace of his dead mother, and his mother's soul entered Nirvana with the grace of the Hokke-kyo Sutra.
  429. Upon hearing the word 'sento,' many people recall a painted mural of Mt. Fuji.
  430. Upon hearing this Amaterasu Omikami became angry, and said she no longer wanted to see Tsukiyomi no mikoto.
  431. Upon hearing this confession, Emperor Heijo ordered ABE no Anio and KOSE no Notari to arrest Fujiwara no Yoshiko and Imperial Prince Iyo and imprisoned them at Kawahara-dera Temple.
  432. Upon hearing this decision, the various military commanders on the Southern Court side joined the army of Naoyoshi ASHIKAGA and, in January of the following year, battled with and defeated the armies of Takauji ASHIKAGA and Moronao KO.
  433. Upon hearing this news, the troops of Ieyasu, which had been moving northward, changed their direction to the west at Oyama.
  434. Upon hearing this, Tametomo decided to fall back into line, and journeyed to the capital with 28 strong soldiers of Kyushu.
  435. Upon hearing this, Tokiko (also known as Nii no ama, the Nun of the Second Rank) and others resolved to end their own lives, and holding the child Emperor Antoku tight, Tokiko girded the treasured sword (one of the three Imperial regalia) around her waist and seized the Grand Jewels.
  436. Upon her death the Geijutsuza was dissolved.
  437. Upon her engagement to Kocho OTANI, the hoshi (successor to an abbacy) to the family of Court Otani Higashi Hongan-ji Temple, she moved to Kyoto, and after graduating from Kyoto Prefectural First Girls' High School, she married into the Otani family on May 3, 1924.
  438. Upon his Genpuku (celebrate one's coming of age) on August 24, 1035, he was immediately raised to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and appointed Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  439. Upon his departure to Bungo, a horse-rider Sannojo ISHII and swordsmen armed with guns were ordered to protect Musashi on the way, however, nothing serious happened, and Musashi was sent to his father Muni in Bungo.
  440. Upon his father' death, he inherited the family estate in 1620.
  441. Upon his father's death in 1535, Sadataka took over as head of the the family and became 'mandokoro shitsuji' (chief of Mandokoro which was the Administrative Board) of the Muromachi bakufu.
  442. Upon his father's death in 1539, he took over and was promoted to the rank of Shonii (Senior Second Rank), Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  443. Upon his father's death in 1604, Masakazu inherited his father's territory of 12,460 koku.
  444. Upon his father's death in 1881, he was adopted by Seizaburo TSUKAMOTO.
  445. Upon his father's death, he inherited the Fukuyama Domain in 1655 and referred to himself as Hyuga no kami (Governor of Hyuga Province).
  446. Upon his father's death, he inherited the Fukuyama Domain in 1663.
  447. Upon his father's death, he inherited the Okazaki Domain in 1676.
  448. Upon his father's death, he inherited the Okazaki Domain in 1692.
  449. Upon his father's death, he inherited the Okazaki Domain in 1737, and was first introduced by Yoshimune TOKUGAWA in the same year and referred to himself as Daikenmotsu after he was appointed as Jugoinoge.
  450. Upon his father's death, he inherited the Tsurumaki Domain in 1842.
  451. Upon his father's death, he inherited the family estate in 1694.
  452. Upon his father's retirement in 1835, he inherited the Yuki Domain and changed the post name to Hyuga no kami.
  453. Upon his father's retirement in the following year, 1763 he inherited the Yuki Domain and changed his post name to Hyuga no kami.
  454. Upon his father's retirement, he inherited the Annaka Domain in 1664.
  455. Upon his father's retirement, he inherited the Hamamatsu Domain in 1845.
  456. Upon his father's retirement, he inherited the Karatsu Domain in 1805.
  457. Upon his father's retirement, he inherited the Okazaki Domain in 1730.
  458. Upon his father's retirement, he inherited the Yamagata Domain in 1866.
  459. Upon his father's retirement, he inherited the Yuki Domain and changed his post name ot Hyuga no kami.
  460. Upon his father's retirement, he inherited the Yuki Domain in 1800.
  461. Upon his father, Sadakazu's death in 1842, he became the lord of his domain although he was young.
  462. Upon his father, Tadachika's death, he inherited the Matsumoto Domain in 1718.
  463. Upon his grandfather's death in 1611, Tadaharu initiated his own direct rule.
  464. Upon his joining Shinsengumi, Oishi was fearfully referred to as 'Kuwajiro the assassin' with his main duty being to assassinate adversaries.
  465. Upon his older brother, Tadamoto's death in 1723, he became a matsugo yoshi and inherited the Matsumoto Domain.
  466. Upon his promotion as the Shogun's retainer in 1867, he was conferred the title of Mimawarigumi Oyatoi.
  467. Upon his return from England, Prince Sadanaru visited Honolulu.
  468. Upon his return to Japan Chitsu propagated the Hosso-sect Buddhism, which was supposedly the second transmission of the Hosso-sect Buddhism in Japan.
  469. Upon his return to Kamakura, there were also discussions about him changing his name to Minamoto clan.
  470. Upon his return, he rendered his services in handling the work left over from the Minister of the Navy's official travel abroad, went to France, also assumed the position of chief accounting officer of the cruiser Itsukushima however his military career ended when he was discharged from his duties in September.
  471. Upon his return, his chronic disease, which was a kind of brain attack of unknown etiology, relapsed and rapidly became serious.
  472. Upon inserting the story of this banana-type mythology, it can be considered that the task was given to Kamuatatsu-hime, who was a daughter to Oyamatsumi.
  473. Upon issuance of each shinsei, it was directly notified by an envoy who was accredited to the Kamakura bakufu and dominant temples and shrines.
  474. Upon knowing his ploy, Isukeyorihime made a poem depicting clouds rising from the Sai-gawa River and leaves on the trees rustling on Mount Unebi to tell that it was a sign of a storm, to warn her three children.
  475. Upon knowing that Hidemitsu AKECHI attacked Honno-ji Temple, where Nobunaga was staying, he headed to Honno-ji Temple to save his father.
  476. Upon knowing this fact, Zenjo slipped out of the temple and happened to meet Sadatsuna SASAKI and Sadatsuna's brothers shortly after Yoritomo was defeated in the Battle of Ishibashiyama on September 24, and was given refuge by them in Shibuya no sho Manor in Sagami Province.
  477. Upon learning of this, Kumoi no kari became very angry and returned to her parents home with her small children (From 'Wakana' to 'Yugiri').
  478. Upon learning that MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka was enroute to Kyoto, the Taira clan decided to flee the capital, absconding with the child Emperor Antoku, with Kiyomune also following.
  479. Upon learning the plan, Nakamaro let his son FUJIWARA no Kusumaro to raid Yamamura-O on his way back, and tried to recapture Imperial Seal and ekirei (a bell).
  480. Upon leaving the exit gate, a ten-minute walk on a road directly uphill takes you to the main gate of Doshisha University and that of Doshisha International Senior High School, or in three minutes to the main gate of Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts.
  481. Upon meeting with Sendo Torakichi, Atsutane felt that his doubt of many years had been swept away.
  482. Upon opening the door, it was the Yakushi Nyorai statue that had flown from afar to find him.
  483. Upon placement of the coffin, the emperor, the empress, and other imperial members pay their respects to the dead one.
  484. Upon pouring hot water into the tea bowl before the first chasentoshi (a step of stirring powdered tea and hot water with a tea whisk), the kinto containing the chakin in it is taken out of the tea chest and the chakin is taken out of the kinto, and then only the kinto is placed back in the chest.
  485. Upon promulgation of Gun-ku-cho-son Henseiho (Act for the alignment of local government system), Fushimi Ward was established in 1879, and the wards Nos. 3 and 4 of the above four wards were divided into two respectively, resulting in the establishment of six kumi (unit), with each unit being called 'Fushimi kumi No. X.'
  486. Upon reaching the Palace of the Dragon King, she found the gem and struggled back to the surface after cutting into the underside of her breast and hiding the gem within.
  487. Upon reaching the manhood during the stay, Matashiro was given one kanji character '経' from Masatsune (政経) and renamed Tsunehisa (経久).
  488. Upon receiving a telegraph from the Nationalist Government requesting a special envoy be sent to Nanjing, Konoe consulted with Minister of the Army Hajime SUGIYAMA and approved the dispatching of Ryusuke MIYASAKI to Shanghai.
  489. Upon receiving an order from Kotoamatsukami to 'Solidify a country', their shingo changed to 'mikoto'.
  490. Upon receiving an order from Yoshitsune to execute the vice commander in Kyoto without sending him to Kamakura, Shigefusa KAWAGOE, who was in charge of Yoshimune, sent him a wagon, telling him that he would be placed in the custody of Koreyoshi OGATA in Kyoto.
  491. Upon receiving the report, the Imperial court appointed FUJIWARA no Yasunori to Provisional Governor of Dewa Province and got him to suppress it.
  492. Upon receiving the rinji (the Emperor's command) or inzen (Cloistered Emperor's declaration), the bakufu appointed two gokenin as envoys (ryoshi).
  493. Upon receiving this information, Yorimasa urgently transferred Prince Mochihito to Onjo-ji Temple (Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture) and the incident escalated rapidly.
  494. Upon retirement of his father Imperial Prince Kuniie in 1842, he inherited the Fushiminomiya family at the age of seven.
  495. Upon retiring December 25, 1557, he prepared instructions for his descendants which comprised 14 articles (known as 'Sanshi Kyokunjo'), asking the family to unite.
  496. Upon return to Kyoto, he raised his son Chikara OISHI.
  497. Upon returning home to see this, Rennyo said, "what are you doing to my tools of trades?"
  498. Upon returning to Japan, he became known as a liberal within the Imperial family.
  499. Upon returning to Kyoto, Kiyomori helped Emperor Nijo escape from the Dairi (Imperial Palace) to Rokuhara. He then received from the Emperor a written order to hunt down and kill FUJIWARA no Nobuyori and MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo.
  500. Upon returning to Kyoto, Kuranosuke became famous for a life of debauchery in the red light district of Kuruwa.
  501. Upon returning to Kyoto, TAIRA no Kiyomori, who had up until then remained neutral, joined with factions loyal to Emperor Nijo and paid a visit to Emperor Nijo at the Rokuhara estate.
  502. Upon returning to the capital, he asked a monk of a temple about the bird, who then told him that it should be an onmoraki that was born transmuting from the spirit of the newly dead.
  503. Upon returning, there is a ceremony of Kencha (tea offering to Gods in shrines) at the Great Buddha Hall.
  504. Upon sensing the landing of Hideyoshi, Shimazu's army almost abandoned northern Kyushu, and Hideyoshi captured castles ruled by the Shimazu clan instantly, partly because the rule by the Shimazu clan was nothing more than a formal rule by occupation forces.
  505. Upon the Emperor's initiative to upgrade Konshu-ji Temple to Todai-ji Temple in 746, Roben, together with TACHIBANA no Moroe and Gyoki, rendered great services and became the first Betto (the head priest) of Todai-ji Temple.
  506. Upon the Imperial order of Emperor Gosanjo, the governor of Mutsu Province MINAMOTO no Yoritoshi organized troops in 1070, and left the provincial capital of Mutsu going up to the north.
  507. Upon the Mouri clan's request, Kencho extensively studied the history of Choshu and compiled his research in "Bochokaitenshi," which is considered to be an invaluable document regarding the restoration history.
  508. Upon the Shohei no itto (temporal unification of the Northern and Southern Courts), a rumor went around that he would govern Kyoto with Takasuke ("Entairyaku"(Diary of Kinkata TOIN)).
  509. Upon the abasement of the Shogun's authority after the Onin Rebellion, Sankan Shishiki (other than the Hosokawa clan) also fell, and when in the middle of the Age of Civil War the power of the Hosokawa clan weakened, the various systems of Muromachi Bakufu became mere terms.
  510. Upon the abolition of Kinban of Kashiko Dokoro on February 5, 1886, he was dismissed.
  511. Upon the abolition of Kyuchu Shiko on July 7, 1885, he was dismissed.
  512. Upon the accession of Emperor Ichijo, the Emperor's maternal grandfather Kaneie became sessho (Regent) and Michikane was also promoted to a higher rank.
  513. Upon the advice of Ryogen, he studied Shingon Esoteric Buddhism from Joshin and Kokei.
  514. Upon the answering, the arrow suddenly turned into a thunder and up went to the heaven and become the figure of a god.
  515. Upon the appointment to Shogun, an Imperial envoy goes to Edo-jo Castle and stands in the lower position while the shogun stood on the higher position mostly during the Edo period.
  516. Upon the ascendance of Emperor Godaigo in 1318, he was entrusted with the upbringing of Imperial Prince Yoyoshi, Emperor Godaigo's prince.
  517. Upon the ascension of Junna, the prince Masara, who was born between Saga and Empress TACHIBANA no Kachiko, became Crown Prince.
  518. Upon the ascension of Kogon, Gofushimi started a cloistered government.
  519. Upon the coming of age ceremony of Emperor Seiwa in 864, Yoshifusa retired from the post of Sessho.
  520. Upon the completion of the first phase of library construction in 1961, the new building began to house the collection of books.
  521. Upon the creation of the new holiday, the dates of March 3 and April 1 (the beginning of the fiscal year) were proposed, but in the end, May 5 of the Tango no sekku (literally, the first day of the Horse month) was selected as the holiday (Children's Day).
  522. Upon the death of Kenshunmonin in August 1176, tensions between Goshirakawa and Taira clan which had been kept below the surface broke out into open contention.
  523. Upon the death of Munetoshi while he was staying in Osaka due to a delinquent behavior, the Hisada family line was temporarily broken.
  524. Upon the death of Sumimoto in Awa Province in 1520, he took over the family estate at the age of seven.
  525. Upon the death of Tadaharu, the lord Tadaaki was on the way to Edo; Shingozaemon MATSUNOMIYA hurried his horse from Tanba Kameyama to Ise, where he caught up with Tadaaki and delivered the message.
  526. Upon the death of Yoshiuji ASHIKAGA, Koga kubo (the Kanto district administrator), in 1583, the Hojo clan assumed a power by holding government posts, which let the clan to preside over the Kanto region as a top commander.
  527. Upon the death of her father, Emperor Goichijo, in 1036, she retired from the Sai-in.
  528. Upon the death of his father Mochiyuki in August, 1442, Katsumoto took over as the head of the family at the age of 13.
  529. Upon the death of his father in 1618, he succeeded his father as the head of the family, becoming the third lord of Aso Domain, Hitachi Province.
  530. Upon the death of his father, he succeeded the castle the father lived, Ago-jo Castle.
  531. Upon the death of the Cloistered Emperor, Sutoku begins devising a plan by which Shigehito can succeed to the throne, and the minister of the left, FUJIWARA no Yorinaga, who is in conflict with his brother Tadamichi, sides with Sutoku.
  532. Upon the death of the Emperor, her father in September, 930, she withdrew from Saiin.
  533. Upon the emperor's order, those with the title of Jugo received equal treatment to the Imperial Family although they were vassals.
  534. Upon the enactment of the Ordinance Distinguishing Shinto and Buddhism in the early Meiji period, people were prohibited from officially use the word 'myojin' together with other words such as 'gongen' and "Hachiman Daibosatsu" (Great Bodhisattava Hachiman).
  535. Upon the end of the war he fled to Mino, and after the death of his nephew Yoshihisa and his older brother Yoshimasa he backed his son Yoshiki as the tenth shogun and controlled shogunal politics as the doyen (guardian) until his death, which came a year after that of his brother.
  536. Upon the enthronement of Emperor Daigo, Tokihira and Michizane were appointed as Sayudaijin (Ministers of the Left and Right), however, Tokihira gradually came to oppose Michizane, and at last had him demoted to Dazaifu on false charges.
  537. Upon the enthronement of Emperor Gomurakami in 1338, he took the leadership in government affairs at the Yoshino Court (the Southern Court) with Tsunetada KONOE and Saneyo TOIN.
  538. Upon the establishment of Osumi Province in 713, 5,000 people were immigrated from Buzen Province, where the ritsuryo system was well adopted, to instruct the people there and further reinforce the ruling system.
  539. Upon the establishment of a bond between the Oda clan and the Azai clan through marriage, Nagakatsu accompanied Oichi no Kata (Lady Oichi), the sister of Nobunaga ODA, to the Azai clan for which he came to serve.
  540. Upon the establishment of the Imperial Diet in 1890, he became a member of the House of Peers.
  541. Upon the extension of the buildings in the Chion-in Temple in 1603 during the period of the twelfth chief priest Junnyo in West Hongan-ji Temple, the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) provided the site where Otani Mausoleum is located now as an alternative to the site where Otani Hongan-ji Temple had been built.
  542. Upon the fall of Baekje in 660 due to the invasion by the Tang army, Tamna developed its own diplomacy starting with the dispatch of an envoy to Tang in the same year ("Tang Huiyao" [Institutional History of Tang]).
  543. Upon the fall of Kozuki-jo Castle, the unit led by Korenori KAMEI, which was obedient to Hideyoshi, escaped danger.
  544. Upon the fall of the Kamakura bakufu in 1333, Emperor Godaigo returned to Kyoto to begin the Kenmu Restoration, then, Takasuke was secularized and return to the Court, too.
  545. Upon the implementation of centralization, this problem had to be overcome at whatever cost.
  546. Upon the occurrence of Kanno no Joran, Takauji ASHIKAGA established the Kamakura government in Kamakura as an organization to control 10 countries in the east.
  547. Upon the occurrence of the Honnoji Incident, Hideyoshi HASHIBA arrived in Kyoto before anyone else and defeated the leader, Mitsuhide AKECHI, in the Battle of Yamazaki.
  548. Upon the opening of railroad, the land was developed as the first cottage subdivision lots for sale in Japan (Kugenuma-Kaigan Villas).
  549. Upon the oracle that Narihira received when he visited the Ise-jingu Shrine, he himself carved the statue of Sho Kannon, and prayed to Buddha for the consolation of the soul of dead Imperial Prince Abo at this palace, giving it the name of 'Futaiten Horin-ji Temple.'
  550. Upon the promotion of Hideyoshi to the Kanpaku in 1585, she was called Omandokoro.
  551. Upon the ratification of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, Hirobumi ITO wrote in the "Kenpo Gikai" that the custom of 'officials affiliated with an Ie and passing down positions amongst their clan,' in other words, Kashoku, was against the rights and obligations of the people.
  552. Upon the recommendation of Shinga, he was dispatched to Usa-Hachimangu Shrine in Kyushu in 858 in order to pray for the enthronement of Imperial Prince Korehito (later Emperor Seiwa), a grandchild from a daughter of FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa, who married into another family.
  553. Upon the recommendation of Tsuneichiro FURUKAWA, his former teacher at the old School of Foreign language, Shimei became a professor in the Department of Russian language.
  554. Upon the renovation of Oten-mon Gate due to the Otenmon Incident, he discussed renaming Oten-mon Gate and brought about various gate names.
  555. Upon the request in 1841 of townspeople in 1-chome, Midori-cho, Kofu (now Wakamatsu-cho) to paint the banner, Hiroshige left Edo for Kofu via Koshu-kaido Road in May of that year and stayed there working on it.
  556. Upon the request of people, he later constructed Fukuju-ji Temple (Tosho-machi) (Tosho-machi, Chiba Prefecture) near the place where Tsubakinoumi had been located, and died there.
  557. Upon the start of Japan's invasion of Korea in 1592, he served as a provider of logistical support and was active as a close adviser to Hideyoshi in his later years.
  558. Upon the start of Takakura's cloistered government, Kiyomori attended Takakura to give offerings at Itsukushima in Aki Province.
  559. Upon the uprising of Prince Arima, SOGA no Akae raised the following three instances of misadministration by the Empress:
  560. Upon the visit to Kyoto by the fourteenth shogun Iemochi, Roshi-gumi (浪士組) was established, over concerns of diminished security in Kyoto.
  561. Upon the wish of Emperor Shomu, the Rushana-butsu statue was started to build in 745, and a Kaigen kuyo-e ceremony (also called Tamashi ire ceremony [transferring soul ceremony]; an eye-opening ceremony to consecrate a newly made Buddhist statue) was hold in 752.
  562. Upon this decree, Chikaharu donated the manor to priest Shosen at Sanbo-in of Daigo-ji Temple, with the intention of promoting stability in the own domain.
  563. Upon this incident, Michinaga served in the role of reporting to Kanpaku Yoritada that the Emperor was missing.
  564. Upon this mobilization of Miburoshi-gumi, Aizu Clan gave them the name of Shinsen-gumi.
  565. Upon this news, Nakamaro ordered Kusumaro, who served in the Chuguin Palace, to recover these items.
  566. Upon this occasion there was opposition on the matter of the incorporation of their own dormitory (at Toeizan) with that of Ryoo's new learning dormitories.
  567. Upon visiting the grave of Takuminokami at Sengaku-ji Temple, OISHI received the approval of FUWA re-entering the radical Edo faction.
  568. Upon wearing contemporary kimono, the waist part is secured at first with a string or a Korin belt (elastic with plastic clips on both ends) and the obi is bound over that; so the object for wearing obi is mainly decorative.
  569. Upon withdrawing his troops, he met with a surprise attack by Tsunemitsu HONJO, the lord of the castle.
  570. Upper 7 Shrines
  571. Upper Daigo
  572. Upper and Lower Daigo are separated by a steep mountain path, requiring about an hour to walk between them.
  573. Upper class people despised Candari and Matangi or regarded them as dangerous as the goddesses that were worshipped by dirty people.
  574. Upper story is the honden, which is nagare-zukuri style, situated on top of the pavillion.
  575. Uppurui nori (P. pseudolinearis)' and 'Susabi nori (P. yezoensis)' are used in sushi (nori-maki, gunkan-maki), onigiri (rice balls), isobe-mochi (isobe rice cakes), furikake (powdered seasoning agents), fillings in ramen and so on.
  576. Uprising
  577. Uprising of Ikko sect followers in Kaga
  578. Uprising of Takafusa SUE
  579. Uprising of the Hayato People (an ancient tribe in Kyushu)
  580. Uprising of the Hayato people was organized by the Hayato in southern Kyushu in 720 to rebel against the Yamato sovereignty.
  581. Uprisings of Emishi/Ezo inhabitants spread over to the areas along the Sea of Japan, including the revolt of the Emishi/Ezo of Shiwa village, which was then under the domain of the Dewa province.
  582. Uprisings which frequently occurred at the early Meiji period were not treated as a "rebel army".
  583. Uproars and secessions among the vassals and countrymen also spread in Totomi (Onshu Disturbance).
  584. Upstream sectors
  585. Upsurge of the Movement
  586. Ura no Tsubone
  587. Ura stayed in Aizu asking for divorce.
  588. Ura yaegiku (chrysanthemum)
  589. Ura' is an ancient Japanese word meaning mind or heart; 'urayasu' therefore means supposedly 'peace of mind.'
  590. Ura-Harajuku (Harajuku Back Street)
  591. Ura-Harajuku is one of trendsetting areas in Japan which creates fashion trends.
  592. Ura-shomon was a bond to certify wrecked cargo and fittings left on a wrecked ship, which was issued in the presence of such persons as a magistrate, a clerk, and a village headman.
  593. Urabon (Festival of the dead)
  594. Urabon (盂蘭盆) is a transcription of "ullambana," a Sanskrit word, which was also transcribed as "烏藍婆拏" or "烏藍婆那" in olden times.
  595. Urabon Gosho (letter to the grandmother of Priest Nichii) written by Nichiren
  596. Urabon festival (August 13 to 16):
  597. Urabon festival (a Buddhist festival)
  598. Urabon festival (a Festival for the Dead and Buddhist All Soul's Day, around the fifteenth of July or August, depending on the local customs)
  599. Urabon-e Festival (Festival of the Dead or Buddhist All Souls' Day) in Kongobu-ji Temple - On August 11
  600. Urabon-e festival (Festival of the Dead or Buddhist All Souls' Day)
  601. Urabon-e festival (a Festival of the Dead or Buddhist All Soul's Day) (August 13-15)
  602. Urabon-kyo contains the following story:
  603. Urade yama (decorative float enshrining Empress Jingu, a mythical empress of the 3rd century)
  604. Uraderamachi-dori Street
  605. Uraderamachi-dori Street is a street running north-south in Kyoto City.
  606. Uradome Coast (designated as National Site of Scenic Beauty, as well as Japan's 100 Best Beaches with White Sand and Blue Pine, and Japan's 100 Most Beautiful Beaches)
  607. Uraga bansho and Shimoda bansho are well-known as the ones established by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and funaaratame bansho (vessel inspection bansho) were installed in major ports in various places as well as in large river basin like the Tone-gawa River and the Yodo-gawa River.
  608. Urajimai
  609. Urajimai included not only religious ceremonies, but also a series of necessary procedures such as on-site investigations, compensations, bond issuance by officials and so on.
  610. Urajimai is a Japanese custom of conducting traditional ceremonies and handling the aftermath of accidents at sea.
  611. Urajimai is also written as 浦仕舞 in Chinese characters.
  612. Urajiro-toge Pass
  613. Urajiro-toge Pass is a pass located between Koga City in Shiga Prefecture and Ujitawara Town in Kyoto Prefecture.
  614. Urakami Yoban Kuzure (the fourth persecution of Urakami Christians)
  615. Urakawa branch office of the Hokkaido Development Commission
  616. Urakiso-goyozai Bassai-shiki
  617. Uraku School: Nagamasu ODA
  618. Uraku school
  619. Uraku school (Uraku-ryu) is one of the various schools of sado started by Nagamasu ODA (Urakusai), who was the real younger brother of Nobunaga ODA.
  620. Urakusai had built another tea house named Joan before on the site of his house in Osaka Temma, which was reconstructed as 'Genan' in the Urakuen Garden.
  621. Urakusai or Nagamasu ODA, the younger brother of Nobunaga ODA, sided with the 'eastern' army in the Battle of Sekigahara, gained more territories, and became a daimyo of Mashita, Settu Province with a fief of 30,000 koku.
  622. Urakusai's cha (tea) was passed on to his second son Yorinaga ODA, his fourth son Nagamasa ODA (Daimyo), his fifth son Naonaga ODA, and so on.
  623. Ural owl
  624. Uramaki (inside-out sushi roll)
  625. Uramaki is made through the process of spreading vinegared rice over dried seaweed put on makisu, placing fillings on vinegared rice, covering it with plastic film, and rolling it.
  626. Uramaki is sometimes decorated with roe or sesame seeds.
  627. Urami (a piece for piano)
  628. Uraminosuke (author unknown)
  629. Uramon hikiage no ba (scene of the withdrawal from the back gate)
  630. Uramon-gaten (meeting at the back gate) (Ashikaga-yakata uramon no ba (scene of the back gate of the Ashikaga mansion))
  631. Urasa Station - Nagaoka Station - Tsubame-Sanjo Station
  632. Urasenke
  633. Urasenke (the house of Urasen) style establishes 16 basics of tea ceremony as konarai, including the Mae Hachikajo (first eight things to practice), and the Ato Hachikajo (last eight things to practice).
  634. Urasenke Center
  635. Urasenke Gakuen
  636. Urasenke Gakuen, Kamigoryomae-sagaru Ogawa-dori Street
  637. Urasenke is one of various schools of tea ceremony.
  638. Urasenke: Konnichi-an (a tea room in the residence of the head of the Urasenke), separated from Omotesenke
  639. Urashima Effect (Time Dilation)
  640. Urashima Taro
  641. Urashima Taro had spent only a few days in Ryugu-jo Castle, but in that time 700 years had passed.
  642. Urashima Taro is one of the Ryugu (Dragon Palace) legends which appear all over Japan.
  643. Urashima Taro, a fisherman, happened to see children treating a turtle cruelly.
  644. Urashima no ko, choked with tears, walked around, singing:
  645. Urashima's casket, which is said to have been brought back by a woman shell diver who returned from Ryugu, is kept in Izawa no miya Shrine.
  646. Urashima-jinja Shrine (Ine-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture)
  647. Urashima-jinja Shrine (Mitoyo City, Kagawa Prefecture)
  648. Urashima-san
  649. Urashimano-ko:
  650. Urashimataro
  651. Urayamabuki (a Japanese rose seen from the underside): While the right side is yellow, the reverse side is deep red.
  652. Urayasu no Mai Dance
  653. Urayasu no Mai Dance was created.
  654. Urayasu no Mai is a type of kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrines) (mikomai (female Shinto dance that the young girls each carry a small baton with bells)).
  655. Urayasu no mai is a dance for women performed by shrine maidens as a solo, in pairs or by four people.
  656. Urayasu no mai performed by girl miko at Shofuku-ji Temple (Higashimurayama City) (intangible cultural heritage designated by the city) on November 3.
  657. Urayasu-no-mai Dance (Reference)
  658. Urban Ace Corporation
  659. Urban Highway
  660. Urban and temple construction led by the state needed enormous expenses and currency was necessary to pay organized people.
  661. Urban areas and rural areas
  662. Urban legend and rumors
  663. Urbanex Oike Building - Southeast corner of the intersection
  664. Ureshiki (Kamo nyogo) - the daughter of Sigesuke KAMOAGATANUSHI
  665. Ureshino-cha (Saga Prefecture) - famous for Kamairicha.
  666. Ureshino-cha in Kyushu (southernmost of the four main islands of Japan) is one of the famous Kamairicha.
  667. Ureume no yawarakanaru (ripe soft plum)
  668. Urged by Okubo's compromise, however, he agreed to become sangi together with Saigo.
  669. Urgent message to Ako Domain
  670. Urin means "fast as a feather and many as a forest" and was a name for a star that guarded Hokushin (the North Star) in China.
  671. Urin-in Temple
  672. Urin-in Temple was a large Tendai Sect temple that was situated to the south of Daitoku-ji Temple in Kyoto (modern day Murasakino, Kita-ku Ward, Kyoto City).
  673. Urin-in Temple was the setting for 'Konjaku Monogatarishu' (Anthology of Tales from the Past) and 'Okagami' (The Great Mirror), as well as being a famed place in a number of the poems featured in 'Kokin Wakashu' (Anthology of Ancient and Moden Waka Poetry).
  674. Urinal (for men)
  675. Uriwari no Taki Waterfall (Wakasa Uriwari Meisui Park) - (one of the 100 Exquisite and Well-Conserved Waters)
  676. Uro FURUSAWA, Shizoku (person with samurai ancestors) of Kochi Prefecture
  677. Uro-zu Byobu (folding screen with painting of crows and herons) (Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art) Important Cultural Property
  678. Uruka (or Ayu-Uruka)
  679. Urusan-jo Castle
  680. Urushi Kinpakue no Ban (Koinza): An incense holder
  681. Urushi Lacquering
  682. Urushi Lacquering Course
  683. Urushi lacquered Jubako are called by different names depending on their producing district.
  684. Urushigami Monjo
  685. Urushigami Monjo is the segment of the disposal documents, but it is valuable material among the primary archives of the ancient times remained, together with mokkan (a narrow strip of wood on which an official message is written), ink writing earthenware, and Shoso-in monjo (documents of Shoso-in).
  686. Urushigami Monjo refers to the ancient documents that remained without corruption and were made by using the disposal documents as the paper lid of the container that had lacquer inside and permeating lacquer into the paper.
  687. Urushine: nonglutinous rice.
  688. Uryu (Old Uryu-mura)
  689. Uryu-yama Mountain has been worshiped since 1361 in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, when Shogunzizo-do Hall was built, and the hall was moved to the present site (Uryuzan-cho, Kitashirakawa) in 1762 in the Edo period.
  690. Uryuseki (the Cucumber Rock: A Symbol of Encouragement)
  691. Uryuyama Castle
  692. Uryuyama Castle is a yamashiro (a castle on a mountain) that was built on Uryu-yama Mountain (with a height of 301m above sea level) in present Kiyozawaguchi-cho, Kitashirakawa, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City (Otagi County, Yamashiro Province at that time) in the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  693. Usa Fishing Port (Kochi Prefecture)
  694. Usa Jingu Shrine (Usa City, Oita Prefecture): Kanpei Taisha (large-scale national shrine), Myojin Taisha (shrine that enshrines the deity known as Myojin), Chokusai-sha (shrine attended by imperial envoy)
  695. Usa no Kuni no miyatsuko
  696. Usa-bushi (the east side, Totoumi Province)/Gozen-bushi (the west side, Tosa Province)
  697. Usa-gu Shrine (the enshrined deity - Tagorihime no kami)
  698. Usa-jingu Goshin Noh (Noh play at Usa-jingu Shrine)
  699. Usa-jingu Goshin Noh is a Noh play dedicated at Usa-jingu Shrine (Usa City, Oita Prefecture) on the second day of fujo hosai festival (a festival of giving thanks to a shrine for grain of the field having been protected from storm and flood damage or from disease and harmful insects), held on October 20 and 21 every year.
  700. Usa-jingu Shrine
  701. Usa-jingu Shrine (Oita Prefecture)
  702. Usa-jingu Shrine: Rinji Hoheisai
  703. Usa-jingu Shrine; it was subdued by Yoshishige OTOMO and lost military power.
  704. Usable are such summer vegetables as eggplants and cucumbers, as well as a small quantity of shiso (Japanese basil), myoga (Japanese ginger), leeks, shoga (ginger) and so on.
  705. Usable areas
  706. Usaburo SHIMIZU
  707. Usaburo SHIMIZU (1829 - January 20, 1910) was a well-known businessman who was born in Habu Village, Saitama County, Musashi Province (currently it is Habu City).
  708. Usage
  709. Usage and Characteristics
  710. Usage and function
  711. Usage and function as a tool for customs and folkways
  712. Usage and function as a tool with miraculous efficacy
  713. Usage and function as gifts
  714. Usage and function from a cultural viewpoint
  715. Usage and function from a physical viewpoint
  716. Usage and function in dance performance
  717. Usage and function of Uchiwa fan can be classified as follows from physical and other viewpoints.
  718. Usage as Buddhist terminology
  719. Usage as foodstuffs
  720. Usage ceased, as it was no longer considered necessary.
  721. Usage in Japan
  722. Usage in Japanese history
  723. Usage in photograph sticker makers
  724. Usage information
  725. Usage of Satoyama
  726. Usage of green tea other than for drinking
  727. Usage of the NDL
  728. Usage of the Plum Groves
  729. Usage of the tunnel
  730. Usage of the word 'karate'
  731. Usage rules stated in Muraokite were precisely and strictly articulated.
  732. Usage status
  733. Usages
  734. Usages other than Japanese history
  735. Usagu (Shoshinshi) Tagorihimenokami
  736. Usaka-jinja Shrine in Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture
  737. Usawakamiya (Seijo) Shimoteruhimenokami
  738. Usayama-jo Castle
  739. Usayama-jo Castle was a yamajiro (a castle built atop a mountain to take advantage of the mountain's topography) constructed in the Medieval Period, and its ruins can be found near Nishikoori, Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  740. Usayama-jo Castle was built by Yoshinari MORI in Shiga County, Omi Province in 1570 by order of Nobunaga ODA, who intended to take control of Lake Biwa and Hokkoku-kaido Road, bracing for the advance of the Asakura clan to the south.
  741. Usayama-jo Castle was located at the top of the 336 meter high Mt. Usayama, commanding a full view of Lake Biwa.
  742. Use
  743. Use a fresh egg with no crack on it.
  744. Use a sake tasting cup, commonly called 'janome,' which is a white ceramic cup with two concentric circles in dark blue painted inside the cup on the bottom.
  745. Use and History
  746. Use as a food
  747. Use as kakemai (rice used to produce moromi (raw unrefined sake))
  748. Use in the field of fermented foods
  749. Use in the medical field
  750. Use it without rehydrating if it is cut seaweed.
  751. Use of AC power itself originated in the idea that use of AC power would enable the cost of ground facilities to be reduced, compared with use of DC power.
  752. Use of Kitano Station (Kyoto Prefecture) was discontinued on September 16, 1958.
  753. Use of a unique bracket complex known as 'sashihijiki' (bracket arms inserted into the shaft of a pillar).
  754. Use of fire over fish is not preferred for its extracting water from the fish.
  755. Use of fireworks and other similar acts (using smoke and fire to propel objects, shoot off objects and make explosions) prohibited.
  756. Use of hot springs
  757. Use of kana characters
  758. Use of matchlock guns spread at a high speed that was unusual compared even with world standards, and they became used throughout Japan in quite a short time, completely changing fighting styles during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States).
  759. Use of minced or grated potherbs is favored (called "yakumi" or "kayaku").
  760. Use of newly created words
  761. Use of the Eiraku-tsuho coins itself was prohibited by the Edo bakufu, but the name itself was used as an auxiliary monetary unit through the Edo period, with 1 kamon (1,000 mon) of Eisen set being equivalent to 1 ryo (a unit of currency) of gold.
  762. Use of the Maizuru Line of West Japan Railway Company: approx. 2.3 km from (the north entrance of) Higashi Maizuru Station (approx. seven minutes by taxi)
  763. Use of the company logo indicating lamp varies from region to region; for example, in some areas the indicating lamp is on when the taxi is vacant and it is off when it is in service, or the indicating lamp is on only at night in some other areas.
  764. Use of the concept of ko in beneficial organizations (such as Tanomoshi-ko and Mujin-ko) has been derived from the concept of daisan ko.
  765. Use of the name "Nihon" (Japan) began in the kentoshi period (Japanese envoys to Tang Dynasty China).
  766. Use of the name of Mikawaya increased because a store separated from an original Mikawaya also used the name of Mikawaya and also because many independently established stores used the name of Mikawaya to share the luck of Mikawaya's prosperity.
  767. Use of the solar calendar
  768. Use of the term 'Myoseki,' (inheritance of names) is by and large synonymous with rakugo and kabuki circles.
  769. Use of the term at present
  770. Use of the term dates back as early as the Chunqui period in China.
  771. Use of the term of Nihon (Japan) as the name of this country was established around the same time as the enactment of Taiho Ritsuryo.
  772. Use of the term, chigyo, started during the Heian period, and the range of control indicated by 'chigyo' varied depending on each era.
  773. Use of the terms of plain and thick type started with Tenka-ippin, when they referred to the chicken bone broth based white broth as the "thick type" and the chicken bone broth based clear broth as the "plain type" on their menu.
  774. Use of this instrument allows visibility levels to be measured more precisely than visually.
  775. Use of whale meat for other than foods
  776. Use omission in a clever manner
  777. Use toppings and seasonings described later as desired.
  778. Use understandable words
  779. Used as 'shinjin goitsu' (unity of man and god).
  780. Used as 'toko' (fermentation base) for wasabizuke (pickles of Japanese horseradish), kasuzuke (pickles of fish and meat), and narazuke (pickles of gourd; fumikomikasu is used).
  781. Used as a lounge.
  782. Used as a street for Sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo), it was called Kamigata kaido and Kyo kaido because it was a primary road connecting Tottori to Osaka and Kyoto.
  783. Used as an ingredient of a stewed dish like oden made in Chiu Chow, Guangdong, China.
  784. Used as an ornament as well as seasoning, and eaten as pickles as well.
  785. Used as high-grade material for Japanese sweets because it is not too sweet with a nice finish.
  786. Used as sashimi or steak.
  787. Used by an average of 120,000 people per day, it's a railway track that acts as a commuter-traffic route connecting the section between the center of Kyoto City and the Yamashina and Fushimi wards, which are located in the southeastern area of Kyoto City; it also serves as a transportation route between Kyoto City and Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  788. Used commonly after Heian period.
  789. Used for applying to sushi, or as dipping sauce.
  790. Used for bacon or boiled for eating as well.
  791. Used for daiginjo-shu (super high-quality sake brewed from rice grains polished to 50 percent weight or less) made from Hanaomoi, which is a rice brand grown in the prefecture.
  792. Used for deadheading the Tango Explorer between Nishi-Maizuru and Miyazu
  793. Used for hunting, games and the practice of Kyudo, and also used for Shinto rituals such as toshiya and hogu (a tool for capturing something or someone).
  794. Used for measuring the dimension of a territory, and so on.
  795. Used for sashinuki (a type of hakama, pleated trousers for formal wear), such as ikan-sokutai (full traditional ceremonial court dress worn by Shinto priests).
  796. Used for this train were six-car sets of Morinomiya Train Depot's 103 series USJ wrap advertising cars.
  797. Used hiogi at marriage ceremony and ceremony of the enthronement.
  798. Used in situations where long handled weapons are difficult to use.
  799. Used in summer confectionery such as 'ayu' (sweetfish shaped confection), 'chofu' (a waffle wrapper with gooey gyuhi inside).
  800. Used in the Chugoku region and so on.
  801. Used in the words, 'Close fire is also dreadful <Makura no soshi (the Pillow Book, extremely dreadful things)>', or 'A match may cause a fire' at the present days, fire has been recognized as a dangerous thing.
  802. Used in various food mainly as a relish.
  803. Used on sashimi and sushi to erase their odors, and used for soba, udon and chazuke (boiled rice with tea poured over it) as well.
  804. Used on trains and automobiles.
  805. Used only for giving a slightly hot flavor, and a lot of it is not used at one time.
  806. Used only once per transaction with different hand-carved or cast characters each time, itoin made deliveries safer.
  807. Used oshiboris are replaced as needed.
  808. Used the name Enmyoji Kanpaku.
  809. Used to be a sailor in the past and owes TAIRA no Shigemori.
  810. Used to be the former silver certificate sticker.
  811. Useful Information
  812. Useful skills in the rules of the game are emphasized, but the other skills are likely to be neglected.
  813. Useki MATSUSHITA
  814. Useki MATSUSHITA (male, 1698-October 1779) was a Japanese calligrapher in the middle of the Edo period.
  815. User category of canned coffee
  816. User guide
  817. Users are supposed to stand in a queue at taxi stand which is set up at stations, airports, ports, department stores, tourism destinations, downtown areas, hospitals, and some other places.
  818. Users can buy perishable food such as meat, fish, and tofu (soy-bean curd) from vendors who come around.
  819. Users can call a taxi company to be picked up at their house or office, but the charge to be picked up is required (however, there are some taxi companies which do not charge this fee).
  820. Users have to clean their rooms by themselves during their stay.
  821. Uses
  822. Uses Hino Liesse which is provided at the Keihan Uji Bus Uji Office.
  823. Uses and methods of processing
  824. Uses of kaishi
  825. Uses of kobukusa
  826. Uses of kojakin
  827. Uses of water
  828. Uses: station and complex facility
  829. Ushi (literally, a cow)
  830. Ushi KITANO, the grandmother of Beat Takeshi, was a musume-gidayu called Yaeko TAKEMOTO.
  831. Ushi gozen fought forward to the Kanto region for her all-out resistance and threw herself into Sumida-gawa River to transform herself into Ushioni 30 meters long, and she defeated Yoshimitsu's army.
  832. Ushi no Koku Mairi
  833. Ushi no koku mairi (visiting a shrine in the dead of night to put a curse of death on somebody)
  834. Ushi no koku mairi and Onmyodo were much the same in that they would summon specter and have them place a curse.
  835. Ushi no koku mairi originates from the curse ceremony Hashihime held.
  836. Ushi was a child of HATA no Yakuni.
  837. Ushiba and Takahashi gave up their intent and left Korea due to the stringent circumstance and returned to Japan, but Inoue stayed in Korea and in due time he came to assume the position of diplomatic advisor.
  838. Ushibe: 80
  839. Ushigoro TSUDA
  840. Ushigoro TSUDA (1845 - October 6, 1868) was a member of Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate) from Kyoto, Yamashiro Province.
  841. Ushihara wrote the screenplay for the company's first film "Rojo no Reikon" (Souls on the Road) and also played a role as an actor.
  842. Ushikae-shinji (a ritual of replacing an old ox with a new one to draw the divine carriage) is performed in order to appoint, by lottery, a person in charge of shingyu (a divine ox) to draw the sacred carriage at the Gojinko-sai Festival.
  843. Ushiku Domain
  844. Ushikubi pongee
  845. Ushimado, the place name here, is said to be a corrupted word of this legendary place name which was Ushimarobi (cow's falling).
  846. Ushimatsu felt that he would be able to disclose his background only to Inoko; although he almost speak it out in some occasions, his feeling always wavered, and the days passed by.
  847. Ushimatsu grew up as an adult staying faithful to his father's commandment, and became a teacher at an elementary school.
  848. Ushin no jo
  849. Ushin no jo is connected to the modified word by meanings, while mushin no jo is connected to the modified word by pronunciation.
  850. Ushino koku mairi (paying a visit to a shrine at two o'clock in the morning to put a curse on someone) was an ancient magical ritual to break through the boundary that marks the sacred realm, to call upon a yokai and to use it in order to bring about misfortune upon someone against whom one has a grudge.
  851. Ushinomikosha (Ushinomiko) Yamasuenooonushinokamiaramitama
  852. Ushinosuke MAKIMURA was her younger brother.
  853. Ushio TACHIHARA, born in Kamakura in 1948 in Kamakura as the eldest son of Masaaki TACHIHARA, learned cooking under Yoshitsugu NAKAHIGASHI at Miyamaso, and opened 'Tachihara' for kaiseki cuisine (originally dishes for tea-ceremony) in Ebisu in 1991 (now moved to Ginza).
  854. Ushio-gu Shrine, (the enshrined deity - Oyamakui no kami aramitama)
  855. Ushio-jiru soup (thin soup made from boiling fish or shellfish in seawater)
  856. Ushiojinja (Hachioji) Ooyamakuinokamiaramitama
  857. Ushioni
  858. Ushioni (cow demon), or gyuki, is a specter orally handed down in western Japan.
  859. Ushioni and Nureonna that appears with Ushioni, both show up on the shore, not any other place.
  860. Ushioni are also found in autumn festivals (small-scale local festivals such as the one held in Akehama-cho, Seiyo City).
  861. Ushioni as mysterious fire
  862. Ushioni in Kikuma
  863. Ushioni in festivals
  864. Ushioni plays the leading role in the festivals in the Uwajima region.
  865. Ushioni sometimes appears in events held across the country as a typical example of the festivals held in Ehime Prefecture, along with Taikodai (a large float used to carry taiko [drums]) of Niihama City and Danjiri (a float with a decorative portable shrine) of Saijo City.
  866. Ushioni, however, has a rule under which it must lose its life if it helps people's lives, so the Ushioni dissolved into red blood and flowed away as soon as it saved the young man's life.
  867. Ushioni-buchi in Nishimuro County, Wakayama Prefecture, whose bottom was believed to have been connected to the sea, was said, "Ushioni is in it," when the water color became muddy.
  868. Ushiromi-sha Shrine (Okuninushi)
  869. Ushiromigoro
  870. Ushiromigoro generally consists of two pieces of Migoro (right-hand Ushiromigoro and left-hand Ushiromigoro) sewn together at the back seam; but when Nagagi is made of wider cloth like wool, Ushiromigoro consists of a piece of cloth, which means there are two forms of Ushiromigoro.
  871. Ushiromigoro: Parts that cover the back of the body not including the sleeve parts.
  872. Ushisho: 10
  873. Ushitaki-jinja Shrine
  874. Ushitoramisaki-, or Ushitoraonzaki-jinja Shrine
  875. Ushiwakamaru (children's song)
  876. Ushiwakamaru is a children's song.
  877. Ushiwakamaru jumps aside, throws the fan, jumps up to the railing, and says "come on" with hands clapping.
  878. Usho ('右書,' literally, the document on the right): March 17, 729
  879. Usho gets cormorants to spit out sweetfishes into a basket.
  880. Usho gets on ubune (a boat used for ukai) with kagaribi at its bow and controls 10 to 12 cormorants by handling tenawa (a hand rope), and cormorants catch sweetfishes that gather under kagaribi.
  881. Usho usually keeps about 20 cormorants at home and put all of them into ukago (a basket to bring cormorants) a few hours before going out fishing.
  882. Ushoshi (Junior Sixth Rank, Senior Seventh Rank): 2
  883. Ushu Tandai (local commissioner in Ushu, located in the western part of Oshu)
  884. Ushu Tandai (羽州探題) split after the death of Iekane, and the Shiba clan of Dewa became the Mogami clan.
  885. Ushu homare
  886. Ushu-kaido Road: It started at Naka-kori-shuku and ran over Kosaka Pass and Kanayama Pass to Yamagata, Akita and Aomori.
  887. Ushutandai (Post in Muromachi bakufu)
  888. Ushutandai was a post of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) placed in Dewa Province during the Muromachi period.
  889. Using Empress Jito as a model, Amaterasu Omikami was changed from the god of nature into a humanized god.
  890. Using Gimei, including the case of imitating the work by a student as the work by a teacher, is common; there is no obvious difference in iron quality after an appearance of new sword.
  891. Using Kogoshi
  892. Using Kyoto Prefectural road 22: Drive from the crossing between the Yawata-Kizu road and Seika-odori Street for approx. 2.2km to the west.
  893. Using Maizuru Wakasa Highway from Maizuru-higashi Interchange, it takes about 15 minutes by car.
  894. Using Motonari MORI, the guardian of the head of the Mori clan, Komatsumaru MORI, Tsunehisa was able to capture Kagamiyama-jo Castle in Aki-Saijyo, the center of Ouchi clan control in Aki.
  895. Using Mt. Inari (Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City) as an army base, Doken fought against the enemy by setting fire and causing disturbances.
  896. Using Shigeyoshi TAGUCHI as an advance guard, Shigehira broke through the defenses built up on the Hannya Slope by the monks residing in the zendo to protect Hannya-ji Temple, and won a crushing victory by setting fire to Nanto.
  897. Using Uchiwa fan, people can cool themselves by fanning it, send a wind to their children (wind includes natural wind and spiritual wind), dry something wet (including damp wound and others), drive away something, make a fire, cool dishes and dust off.
  898. Using a Japanese sword in each hand is hard because a Japanese sword is basically designed to be used by grasping with both hands and the fencer has to use both hands separately, and consequently just a small number of schools focus on two-sword fencing.
  899. Using a banner with white cloth to escape from the second floor, she ran away to Sangobei.
  900. Using a car is recommended to reach the dam, because National Route 25 and Meihan National Route run close by, and it takes about 90 minutes to get there from the center of either Osaka City or Kyoto City.
  901. Using a clear and simple style, she describes her inclination to Buddhism that grew deeper and deeper due to her loneliness after her children became independent in addition to the above episodes.
  902. Using a dining car is another method to take a meal on the train.
  903. Using a dolly with a crane, he shot the stories at this side and the opposite side of the building, and edited them with a superb cutting.
  904. Using a great amount of gold and silver, they employed many ronin across Japan, however, no daimyo hastened to Osaka Castle to join them, and Masanori FUKUSHIMA alone connived at the requisition of army provisions from Kurayashiki-warehouses.
  905. Using a nenju (rosary) is mandatory for the gassho raihai.
  906. Using a rubber stamp of "謹賀新年" or the like provided in the post offices.
  907. Using a similar method when producing kanbutsu dry food, fish are repeatedly frozen a number of times until dry.
  908. Using a technique of aburidashi (invisible writing revealed by applying heat) using fresh juice of mikan (tangerine, satsuma), etc.
  909. Using a yukata (a light cotton kimono) as a dressing gown
  910. Using an ice shaving machine, a little amount of shaved ice is put into a dish and a ladleful of syrup is poured on top.
  911. Using an imperial edict as an excuse, he pressured Yukio OZAKI and his allies to withdraw the vote of non-confidence.
  912. Using arrows designated to Yabusame, the archer releases the arrows to the targets build in the three places in the riding ground.
  913. Using bread crust gives a rough texture, too.
  914. Using colors such as navy blue, green blue, taisha-color (tawny), silver, ashide-e including reed, water bird, Asuka, rocks, and katawaguruma (Japanese ghost distinguished by moving from place to place on an oxcart with only one wheel) were described as a sketch on ryoshi.
  915. Using electric power from this plant, Kyoto Electric Railway started the operation of Japan's first streetcar which ran between Kyoto and Fushimi from 1895.
  916. Using flood control reservoirs, rabbitear irises, iris pseudacoruss, purple loosestrifes, etc. are grown there, providing a rich and colorful waterscape in summer.
  917. Using gathered Shidosen funds, monks engaged in moneylending both inside and outside of the temples, using the interest for social work in addition to continuously managing and maintaining the temples.
  918. Using hard to detach senjafuda
  919. Using his yago (family name, house name), he was also called Sadayuki KANESAWA.
  920. Using imo ban (a stamp made from a potato), keshigomu ban (a stamp made from an eraser), etc.
  921. Using iron swords was the source of military advantage.
  922. Using national road 163: Drive from the "Inuidani-nishi" crossing for approx. 2km to the north and for 300m on Seika-odori Street to the east.
  923. Using only black ink and chalk--the typical materials in Japanese-style painting--he expresses the essence of relaxed, everyday life, and conjures up a world of light and shadow through his unique perspectives and sense of tonality, with which he creates an airy, floating impression in his images.
  924. Using paste is the quintessential process for Edomae-zushi, while dejiru-maki is rather a process for Japanese dishes.
  925. Using soft magnolia hypoleuca for the printing block, a sieve instead of brush to transfer the pigment, and one's palm instead of baren (a tool to transfer ink or pigments from a printing plate to paper by rubbing the back of the paper), the kyo karakami paper with characteristic warmth is made.
  926. Using soy-sauce causes cancer
  927. Using specific actual examples to teach death was extremely effective in spreading the Jodo sect.
  928. Using stamps with various patterns
  929. Using stored rainwater for the ink slab, Ransai lived in such frugality that he said that real frugality resulted from these small efforts when he asked why he did such a thing in Ogaki rich in water.
  930. Using the Confucian notions of virtue and lack of virtue as the moving forces encouraging these changes, he describes the process of real political power's transfer from the emperors to the Fujiwara Regent's Line, then to the retired emperors, the Minamoto clan, and the Hojo clan.
  931. Using the Keinawa expressway: Exit the expressway at the "Seika Gakken interchange" and drive along Seika-odori Street for approx. 1km to the west.
  932. Using the Maizuru Wakasa Expressway: approx. seven km from the Maizuru Higashi Interchange via National Route 27
  933. Using the abundant water of Samegai Valley, freshwater fish that are found only in clean streams, such as red-spotted masu trout and Japanese char, as well as rainbow trout, are farmed in total land area of roughly 19 hectares.
  934. Using the current terms of temple architecture, a tahoto can be defined as a two-story tower with the first floor in a square shape and the second floor in a circular shape.
  935. Using the demise of Emperor Taisho and the imperial funeral as pretext, Chichibunomiya Imperial Prince Yasuhito, who was a student in London at the time, went to Paris and persuaded him to return to Japan.
  936. Using the dog as a gift for marriage, he got Kusaka no Hatabi no Himemiko as his empress.
  937. Using the economic power Ieyasu gained while holding the post of Zuryo, he contributed to building many temples and pagodas, such as the Shokongo-in.
  938. Using the example of a person looking at a beautiful color, 'looking at it' belongs to 'chi' and 'being fond of it' belongs to 'gyo.'
  939. Using the fact that the Choshu loyalists dared to fire their guns in the direction of the Imperial palace during the Hamaguri rebellion as a pretext, the Tokugawa shogunate labeled Choshu domain an official enemy of the Court, and as such launched the First Punitive Expedition against them.
  940. Using the first letter for the actor's name as a prefix
  941. Using the glue makes the ink black lustrous, brilliant and transparent.
  942. Using the liquid as glue, gold or silver leaves are stuck on the skulls, further a talisman is placed inside it.
  943. Using the otori ren as the basic form, Tomoe-mon or Shin-mon has been added to keep evil spirits away and a torii (Shinto shrine archway), the fence around a shrine and bannister have been put up to give the mikoshi a miniature shrine-like appearance.
  944. Using the paper as a guidance, Urase negotiated with the Korean side and grasped a feeling that he was in favor of Dong-Jun AHN.
  945. Using the pretext of hunting down the Taira family, Yoritomo was defeated at the Battle of Ishibashiyama, and upon escaping to Boso, the estate of his ally Tsunetane CHIBA, he was brought together with the orphan of Mutsu Rokuro Yoshitaka.
  946. Using the result of the calculation, Takabe further calculated the power series expansion of (arcsin x)2 for the first time in the world.
  947. Using the same Kamon caused confusion between friend and foe so, that the number of Kamon rapidly began to increase around this time.
  948. Using the same technique as the fifth and fourth Dohachi, he created masterpieces of sometsuke (ceramics with blue patterns on white backgrounds) tea sets for green tea.
  949. Using the search for Chachamaru as cover, Soun attacked the Province of Kai and fought against the governor, Nobutsuna TAKEDA.
  950. Using these well-devised eating utensils is one of the solution for Inugui, however, on the other hand, it is important for us to understand that 'some people are forced to eat like a dog' because of individual unavoidable reasons.
  951. Using this ability, he developed Nito-ryu (the swordsmanship style of using two swords).
  952. Using this as an opportunity, Hanjiro NAKAMURA (later, Toshiaki KIRINO) came to guard Saigo.
  953. Using this as syubo (yeast mash), they generate ordinary Japanese sake made from rice and rice molt.
  954. Using this calendar for the Western style of calculating age has caused problems.
  955. Using this chain of events, the author describes the background in which the main character gradually, and without regret, gave up his existence in the real world, and transformed himself into having an existence in the spiritual world by relinquishing all that he was going to obtain: women, social status, his future and his friends.
  956. Using this connecting line, special trains and trains exclusive for groups passengers were operated.
  957. Using this culture as a foothold, the movement and settlement of Wajin began.
  958. Using this method, it was possible to keep ice until summer in cool mountain areas because the temperature in a himuro is cooler than that of the outside air due to the vaporization heat of underground water.
  959. Using this method, the affairs of state were conducted for a long time by the maternal relatives such as the Miwa clan, the Mononobe clan, the Owari clan, the Katsuragi clan, the Otomo clan, the Fujiwara clan, and the Soga clan.
  960. Using this method, the distance and direction, considered to be difficult to identify, can be consistently explained.
  961. Using this occasion, Mibu-Roshigumi changed its mane to Shinsengumi.
  962. Using this route, the core portion of this forest, from Kamidani to Sugio-toge Pass, can be visited easily.
  963. Using this split, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA attempted to weaken the Hongan-ji Temple power and had Kyonyo build Higashi Hongan-ji Temple (East Hongan-ji Temple) in 1602, which caused Hongan-ji Temple to split into East and West.
  964. Using this style, Kengyo MATSUUA, Koto ISHIKAWA and Kengyo KIKUOKA composed a large number of Kyoto jiuta for which Kengyo YAEZAKI and others wrote the koto parts.
  965. Using those trees, the flowering dates are determined by various evaluations considering the temperatures measured in the winter and forecast temperatures in the spring.
  966. Using various parts in combination, trains of the Series 2000 through 8000 can be made.
  967. Using various seasoning such as kimuchi (Korean pickle), curry powder and cream sauce, some sumo stables have created a wide variety of chankonabe to keep wrestlers from getting tired of the dish and, therefore every sumo stables have their own recipes.
  968. Using water transportation via the Katsura-gawa River, goods produced in northern Tanba were carried through the Tenjin-gawa River between the delivery ports Arashiyama and Tanba.
  969. Uso-gawa River (Echi-gun, Hikone City)
  970. Usu-yo of ganpishi, called hishi, was especially used by noblewomen during the Heian period preferably and the word 'usu-yo' became a popular name.
  971. Usu-zukuri (sashimi prepared by slicing fish thinly)
  972. Usuage - Aburaage
  973. Usual kamishimo (old ceremonial dress).
  974. Usually 20 to 30% of the regular fare is added.
  975. Usually 20% of the regular fare is added.
  976. Usually 25 slates.
  977. Usually 324 seats (including movable 250 seats on the ground floor)
  978. Usually Japanese leeks (edible plant, Allium bakeri, Allium Chinese) are not included.
  979. Usually Miwa Somen is roughly classified into two categories of Mizugaki vulgarly called Torii no Kinobi (golden belt of Torii (shrine gate)) and Homare, Torii no Kuroobi (black belt of Torii).
  980. Usually Ukai is held on days except for the day with a full moon from the middle of May to the middle of October.
  981. Usually Yoko-oji refers to the former one and the latter is distinguished as 'Kita no Yoko-oji.'
  982. Usually a green yuzu peel is used with green chilies, while a yellow yuzu peel is applied to red peppers.
  983. Usually a heavyweight in the society of poets assumes the role of hanja.
  984. Usually a single strand of gems are worn (hung from kumino obi, and place around the left knee) but only the Emperor can wear two strands (hanging from both right and left sides).
  985. Usually azuki bean paste is used, but sometimes Dorayaki also contains chestnuts or sticky rice.
  986. Usually barley is used.
  987. Usually beni-shoga is not used.
  988. Usually black sugar is added, but white sugar is also added in some cases.
  989. Usually botamochi is called 'botamochi' in spring and called 'ohagi' in fall.
  990. Usually called 'Shirakabe Dozo-gun' (dozo buildings with white walls).
  991. Usually each year, poems on a certain theme are invited from the public (for Subject for a Poem Utakai).
  992. Usually if there is a hierachical relationship in the seating arrangements, it is common to wait until the person in the place of honor or other superiors have sat before sitting down, however this may not necessarily be the case if the person is arriving late.
  993. Usually in the Japanese bow, regardless of the archer's dominant hand, is pushed by the left hand and the bowstring is pulled by the right hand.
  994. Usually it is not accessible by public transportation but a local bus service may be available from Higashi-Maizuru Station in response to the arrival and departure times on occasions when many visitors can be expected, for example in summer.
  995. Usually it is served cold, but the warm one is also delicious.
  996. Usually it is shown to have three faces and six arms.
  997. Usually local trains run between Kyobashi and Matsuiyamate, but unexpected rapid trains and regional rapid trains are additionally used and sometimes run to Kyotanabe.
  998. Usually made with 25 slates of straight-grained cypress wood.
  999. Usually moats were made deep just enough for a spear to reach the bottom of it.
  1000. Usually open

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