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  1. Wasabi and ginger may be served with the kizushi.
  2. Wasabi daikon or horseradishes with little flavor, colored green, are often used as the ingredients of these products.
  3. Wasabi in the broad sense
  4. Wasabi is also produced in Taiwan, New Zealand, the People's Republic of China and elsewhere.
  5. Wasabi is an allergenic food.
  6. Wasabi is the plant of Brassicaceae Wasabia.
  7. Wasabi may be either mixed in the sauce or, not to diminish the flavor of wasabi, directly placed on soba.
  8. Wasabi paste has recently come into use as well.
  9. Wasabinoki (tree of wasabi), Moringa spp.
  10. Wasabizuke
  11. Wasabizuke, a specialty of Shizuoka Prefecture that's produced by pickling finely cut underground roots together with sake lees, is used as a nibble for drinks as well as a topping on boiled rice.
  12. Wasai (Japanese clothing manufacture)
  13. Wasai is an abbreviation for 'wafukusaiho.'
  14. Wasai is the abbreviation for 'Wafuku Saiho,' which means producing Wafuku and the technique for producing Wafuku.
  15. Wasai is the making of wafuku (Japanese traditional clothing) or the technique that is employed.
  16. Wasai or Wafuku Saiho
  17. Wasan
  18. Wasan (Japanese mathematics)
  19. Wasan (Japanese mathematics) is a type of mathematics uniquely developed in Japan.
  20. Wasan mathematicians continued to play important roles in elementary education during the Meiji period, and what is taught as tsurukamezan (solving a system of linear equations) for arithmetic classes today is said to be a vestige of wasan from earlier times.
  21. Wasan means an anthem sung in Japanese to praise Buddha, Bosatsu, Soshi (founder of a sect), ancient virtue, Buddhist scriptures, creed, etc.
  22. Wasan was also applied to kiku-jutsu, which is a drafting technique for carpenters, in order to re-organize its theoretical aspects during the end of Edo period.
  23. Wasan was strongly influenced by Chinese mathematics.
  24. Wasanbon
  25. Wasanbon (refined sugar made from sugarcane in Japan)
  26. Wasanbon and processed sugar
  27. Wasanbon is one kind of sugar products traditionally produced mainly in the east region of Shikoku, such as Kagawa Prefecture and Tokushima Prefecture.
  28. Wasanbon is the most expensive sugar because of the following reasons: the sugar refining process is complicated; it can only be produced during the cold months; the total volume decreases to about 40% after making Wasanbon out of Shiroshita-to; and it is not possible to add raw material in the middle of the process.
  29. Wasanbon produced in Tokushima Prefecture is called "Awa Wasanbon-to" and that in Kagawa Prefecture "Sanuki Wasanbon-to."
  30. Wasanbon was put on the market of other domains as a precious local specialty and greatly contributed for development of Japanese sweets and local sweets across the nation.
  31. Wase Unshu
  32. Wase: an early-ripening variety of rice.
  33. Waseda University
  34. Waseda University Specialty Division Higher Normal School Section(1903) => the faculty of education of Waseda University
  35. Waseda University Togin Kai performs ginei incorporating kensenbu (dancing with sword, folding fan or both of them) or tate (sword battle), which is uncommon in gakuseigin.
  36. Waseda University Togin Kai, Meiji University Shigin Kenkyu Club, Kansai University Shigin Club and Okayama University Shigin Club respectively have over 50 years of history.
  37. Waseikango (Japan-made Chinese words)
  38. Wasen (Japanese Style of Small Fishing Boat) boarding point
  39. Wash hands and face and adjust clothes.
  40. Wash hands and rinse mouth at a chozusha (purification trough).
  41. Wash them with the shells, place in water and add miso after the shells open.
  42. Wash, purify and souse glutinous rice in water.
  43. Washbasin of Kinuta (stone block for beating cloth)
  44. Washed rice is soaked in water and made to absorb moisture.
  45. Washi (Japanese paper made from fibers taken from the bark of a clove-like bush)
  46. Washi (Japanese paper) Denshokan Museum
  47. Washichiro AKIYAMA, who was the favored disciple of Densuke, stole the head and buried it on his land, and this is now said to be his kubizuka.
  48. Washiharahachiman-gu Shrine in Tsuwano Town, Kanoashi District, Shimane Prefecture performs yabusame in April.
  49. Washiki (Japanese style)
  50. Washiki lavatory basins have existed in Japan from long ago.
  51. Washing a fude
  52. Washing rice, when water is poured into the rice pot and mixed, the water becomes white and cloudy so the water is drained.
  53. Washinomiya Saibara kagura music and dance (May 4, 1976; Washimiya-machi, Kitakatsushika-gun; Saibara Kagura Hozonkai [Saibara Kagura Preservation Association])
  54. Washio KANO
  55. Washio KANO (December 14, 1839 - October 27, 1902) was an officer and corporal of the Shinsen-gumi masterless warriors' party; he later became a member of Goryo-eji (guardians of Imperial mausoleums) party (Kodaiji-to party).
  56. Washiogoe (also Tsujikogoe) and Shiba-mura Village (Kawachi Province) - Yamazaki-mura Village
  57. Washizaki Cape, Nizaki, Nomurazaki, and Taizaki
  58. Washu Yoshinogun Bussan-Shi
  59. Washu Yoshinogun Gunzanki
  60. Washu Yoshinogun Gunzanki (hereafter 'Gunzanki') is a name of the series of the natural history and topography books written by Tomoari MINAMOTO of the Kishu Domain, a scholar of herbalism and natural history in the late Edo period.
  61. Washu Yoshinogun Meizan Zushi and Yoshino Gunzanki
  62. Wasn't it enough to 'sacrifice' these two to achieve the goal, rather than stamping out all of them?
  63. Wastewater treatment facility, training facility, freshwater fish observation pond, stream fishing experience pond, etc., were built.
  64. Wasuke Tsunerari KAYANO
  65. Wasuke YAMASHIROYA became a government contractor of Hyobusho (Ministry of Military) because he came from Choshu.
  66. Wasuke founded 'Funawa' in Asakusa 1-chome, the name of which was made by taking one character from each of 'Funasada' and 'Wasuke.'
  67. Wasuregasa (The Forgotten Umbrella: A Symbol of Gratitude)
  68. Watadono: a connecting corridor.
  69. Watakushi no omi has agekubi (round collar), and the width of mi is single width (approx. 15 inches), while each of the left and right sleeves have double width (approx. 30 inches).
  70. Watakushiikusa
  71. Watamaro can be said to be the great general who founded the bases of the management of the Tohoku region.
  72. Watamaro changed his family name to Miyama no Ason and he was given a family name of Funya no Mahito.
  73. Watamaro constructed Tokutan-jo Castle.
  74. Watamaro followed the Retired Emperor Heijo, was captured, and confined in Saejifu (Left Division of the Palace Guards), however, he was saved by the appeal of SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro for saving his life.
  75. Watamaro was appointed to Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards) and Hyobusho (Ministry of Military) and was promoted to Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  76. Watamaro was appointed to Mutsu-Dewa Azechi and seii taishogun and suppressed two Ezo villages of Nisattai (or Nisate) and Hei.
  77. Watamaro was appointed to seii taishogun.
  78. Watamaro was born as the first son of Ohara MIMORO.
  79. Watamaro was the first son of Ohara MIMORO.
  80. Watanabe Clan of Settsu Province
  81. Watanabe House considered to be the oldest inhabited civilian residence in Kyoto Prefecture.
  82. Watanabe no Tsu (Watanabe Port)
  83. Watanabe no tsu located at the center of current Osaka City, between the Tenma-bashi Bridge and the Tenjin-bashi Bridge over Kyu-Yodo-gawa River.
  84. Watanabe no tsu used to be the center of water transportation system between Setouchi and Kyoto, the delivery platform of the sea and river, and also the ferry connecting the north and south side of Yodo-gawa River.
  85. Watanabe no tsu was also the starting point for Kumanokodo Road, because the worshippers from Kyoto visiting Shitenno-ji Temple, Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine and Kumano Sanzan (three major shrines, Kumano-Hongu-Taisha Shrine, Kumano-Hayatama-Taisha Shrine and Kumano-Nachi-Taisha Shrine) got off boats at here.
  86. Watanabe no tsu, one of the biggest seaports on the coast of Seto Inland Sea, used to be located near the river mouth of the Kyu-Yodo-gawa River (former Yodo-gawa River) in the Settsu Province.
  87. Watanabe, Settsu Province and Settsu-Genji
  88. Watanabe-shi (the Watanabe clan)
  89. Watanabe-shi (the Watanabe clan) or Watabe-shi (the Watabe clan) is the Japanese surname, the clan name, the family name, or the last name.
  90. Watarai-fu: established on July 6 (old lunar calendar) in 1868
  91. Watarai-gun, Ise Province: Ise-jingu Shrine
  92. Wataribune
  93. Wataribune with excellent resistance to lodging is also called Tankan wataribune (Wataribune with a short stem), and this type became the father of Yamada nishiki.
  94. Watarizerifu (dialogue passed along): Towarete nanorumo okogamashiiga...(It is intrusive to give out my name when asked who I am...)
  95. Watarizerifu: Mata sonotsugini tsuranaruwa...(Who comes next after this?)
  96. Watarizerifu: Sate donjirini hikaeshiwa...(Now, who comes last?)
  97. Watarizerifu: Sate sonotsugiwa...(Now, what comes next?)
  98. Watarizerifu: Tsuzuite tsugini hikaeshiwa...(Secondly, who comes next?)
  99. Watashi
  100. Watashi is a horizontally long metal grid stand with handles attached to its legs and in the center, and it is used for grilling Mochi (rice cake) or Dango (dumpling) in the Irori fireplace.
  101. Watashi no kojinshugi (1914)
  102. Watashibashi
  103. Watashikake: the attacker and his opponent grip each other's belts with both hands, and the attacker hooks his leg from the outside or inside, pushing his opponent's upper body with his hands, and forces him down.
  104. Watashimono
  105. Watatsumi
  106. Watatsumi (or Wadatsumi) is a sea god (Shinto) appearing in Japanese mythology.
  107. Watatsumi no kami and Ameno Mikumari no Kami were later enshrined alongside the existing deities.
  108. Watayumi Tsuka
  109. Watch out.'
  110. Watcher
  111. Watchful people at Osaka Castle came to believe that Katsumoto was a spy of Tokugawa and eventually, Katsumoto was forced to leave Osaka Castle despite the persuasion by Yodo-dono.
  112. Watching a friendly match against Kyoto University, he was thrilled because 'it is wonderful that students who are apparently beginners fight while their noses are bleeding.'
  113. Water
  114. Water - 1 cup (200 cc)
  115. Water Lilies: Morning
  116. Water Resources Research Center, attached to the Institute
  117. Water Shot: Must be two years old or older (No unaccompanied children if three years old or younger) 300 yen
  118. Water System
  119. Water added as main raw materials at the time of brewing
  120. Water and Sewer Division
  121. Water bowl
  122. Water could be pooled by plugging the tail.
  123. Water for adjusting alcohol concentration
  124. Water for bottling
  125. Water for cleaning bottles
  126. Water for miscellaneous purposes
  127. Water for washing and soaking rice
  128. Water from post drainage used to irrigate farm land was taken into consideration, with water drained using pumps and with landfills filled only to the degree that the bottom of the pond was filled with earth from Ogura-zutsumi Dike and islands dotting the pond.
  129. Water front of Kaizu, Nishihama and Chinai of Takashima City (Important Cultural View)
  130. Water in the Yamazaki area from Yamazaki, Shimamoto-cho, Osaka Prefecture to Oyamazaki-cho, Kyoto Prefecture is known for its quality.
  131. Water in which soba has been boiled becomes something like very thin porridge.
  132. Water intake dam in the lower reaches of Kishitanigawa River
  133. Water is added to flour of uncooked sticky rice and blanched in hot water, and while hot, sugar is added and kneaded.
  134. Water is also required if Sumi is solid.
  135. Water is boiled in this equipment, sake is poured in a tube that goes through this equipment, and if the stopper cock at the bottom is opened, warmed sake will pour out.
  136. Water is necessary to extract coffee.
  137. Water is of crucial importance in agriculture, and the availability and quality of water can spell life or death to farmers in terms of the volume of harvest.
  138. Water is sometimes added in order to promote the fermentation of what is kept.
  139. Water is the principal ingredient that makes up eighty percent of sake and an important factor that determines the quality.
  140. Water jet impeller boarding point
  141. Water jet promoting boat boarding point
  142. Water moat and dry moat are respectively thought to have its origin in the midstream of the Yangtze River and in Inner Mongolia (where the Xinglongwa Culture flourished), and were built in various places on the Japanese archipelago since the Yayoi period until the medieval period.
  143. Water moats also functioned as flood control.
  144. Water of Iwai
  145. Water paint should be dissolved by kneading it in a plate, without adding any glue solution, and adding water a drop at a time while kneading with a finger.
  146. Water plants
  147. Water plants: Two hundred and ten species
  148. Water point: A small building constructed at around the same time as the main hall.
  149. Water pollution
  150. Water quality
  151. Water running from the waterfalls is quite pure.
  152. Water security became an issue for Edo as it grew, since it was a town built over reclaimed shoreline, and digging wells alone could not secure ample fresh water.
  153. Water service
  154. Water shield: Water shield given a preparatory boil may be used.
  155. Water springs out from the bottom of the water channel, and the inside of the channel is largely divided into three layers.
  156. Water starts to dry up: Water in paddies starts to dry (Japan/China)
  157. Water supply
  158. Water supply installations of former Maizuru Chinjufu (naval station) [Maizuru City]
  159. Water tanks
  160. Water that boiled with a kettle, especially bofura, is valued.
  161. Water that has been boiled and cooled down or well water (or mineral water) is used.
  162. Water that is added to adjust alcohol content
  163. Water that is used for cleaning and boiler.
  164. Water that is used for cleaning bottles
  165. Water that is used for cleaning tanks and buckets
  166. Water that is used for washing and soaking rice
  167. Water transport via Lake Biwa was also used to carry goods, and places such as Otsu and Katata developed as key ports.
  168. Water transport via the Katsura-gawa River were used continually until the Taisho period.
  169. Water transport via the lake declined due to the development of road transport, but the plan to build canals from Lake Biwa to the Sea of Japan, the Pacific Ocean and the Seto Inland Sea were conceived during a period of high economic growth.
  170. Water transport: Ryoi SUMINOKURA, Zuiken KAWAMURA, the westward freight route, the eastward freight route, higaki kaisen (a cargo-vessel between Edo and Osaka), and taru kaisen (a cargo-vessel between Edo and Osaka)
  171. Water used for brewing sake is called shuzo yosui (literally, water for sake brewing) and used as water for preparation for brewing and water for cleaning bottles and buckets.
  172. Water used to cook soba is served as a beverage referred to as soba-yu (hot soba water).
  173. Water used to prepare for brewing
  174. Water wheels were used to pump water into the fields.
  175. Water which is heated by geothermal heat is defined as hot spring so long as it satisfies the requirement of the Hot Spring Law, regardless of whether it gushes out naturally or it was pumped out artificially by boring machines (even if it is a man-made hot spring).
  176. Water which is used for sake during the brewing process as an ingredient
  177. Water-drinking disease' described in "Inokuma kanpaku ki" is a disease where one wants to drink water and it is said to mean diabetes mellitus, but there is no record of such symptom, so that the possibility is low.
  178. Water-resistant materials are generally employed considering the purpose of use,
  179. Water-resistant wood with a pronounced grain that is easy to shape, such as Japanese cypress, Japanese false cypress, Japanese cedar and Japanese hackberry, is used.
  180. Water:
  181. Watercolor and acrylic paint
  182. Waterfall Room (Taki-no-ma)
  183. Waterfalls in various provinces
  184. Waterfalls such as Kujira no taki (Whale Fall) and Gyoja no taki (Ascetic Waterfall) can be seen while traveling.
  185. Waterhouse residence (former Waseda University lecturer)
  186. Watermarked shoji paper
  187. Watermarks, colored paper and secret marks were used in some han bills to prevent counterfeiting.
  188. Waterproof high polymer materials
  189. Watoshi was made of materials consisting 70% of mitsumata and 30% of kozo during the latter part of the Edo period and was characterized by a large sheet.
  190. Watsuji Rinrigaku (Ethics)
  191. Watsuji Rinrigaku is the name of the ethical theory developed by Tetsuro WATSUJI.
  192. Watsuji's books on ethics can be roughly divided into two categories.
  193. Wave shape is asymmetrical in shallow seawater, with a gentle and long slope on the seaward side and a steep and short slope on the shoreward side.
  194. Waves
  195. Waves at Matsushima
  196. Waves at Matsushima ("Matsushima-zu Byobu")
  197. Waves at Matsushima is a painting on a folding screen by Sotatsu TAWARAYA.
  198. Waves coming up and down above a certain speed are said to form the whirlpool behind the ridges, thus playing an important role in developing the samon.
  199. Waves lapping against the shore are just looking at the shore and going back into the sea; with Kakekotoba (one of waka's oratories), it also means that I cannot see you at night, just reproaching you and going home (Kokin Wakashu, Love vol.3, 626).
  200. Waving matoi became common when Machihikeshi (civil firemen) in the Meiji period participated along with people of kochu.
  201. Waving sleeves was akin to an occult art and shared the same meaning as the Chinkon-sai (a ceremony for the repose of a spirit), held on the preceding day of the Niiname-sai festival.
  202. Wavy noodles were introduced recently, and now there are two options: the existing straight noodle or the wavy noodle.
  203. Wax or kusune are put on here in order to the string to slide smoothly.
  204. Way of conducting sokuikanjo
  205. Way of contest
  206. Way of doing the game
  207. Way to the independence with many hardships
  208. Wayakushu aratame kaisho (agency for checking the quality of Japanese medicinal materials)
  209. Wayakushu aratame kaisho was an agency established by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) during the Edo period, which performed quality control check on domestic (Japanese) materials of medicines.
  210. Wayo
  211. Wayo (Japanese Style)
  212. Wayo (compromise) is an action of transferring such rights as properties, territories, and positions between the parties in question based on their agreement.
  213. Wayo Architecture
  214. Wayo Architecture refers to a temple architectural style which had been used in temple architecture in Japan as contrasted with the architectural style (Daibutsu-yo (Buddhist architecture style), Zenshu-yo (Zen-sect-style architecture)) that was introduced from China in the Kamakura period.
  215. Wayo as a legal term is said to be derived from the Article 32 (Article of Hishi Guzai) of Meirei-ritsu (general rule of criminal law) of the Yoro-ritsuryo Code.
  216. Wayo authorized by the bakufu was assured by "the crime of violating the command" statutory principle which imposed penalties such as territory seizure on the interested party who violated wayo conditions.
  217. Wayo in the sense of gift, however, is also further divided into two main kinds.
  218. Wayo is a legal term used in ancient and medieval Japan.
  219. Wayo is a style attained by taking the culture and products imported from the Tang dynasty in the Asuka period and the Nara period as a model, and by remodeling them into a style matching the environment of Japan as well as the sensitivity of Japanese.
  220. Wayo is believed to have been read in the Japanese way as "amanahi atafu (amanai ataeru)."
  221. Wayo secchu
  222. Wayo secchu' refers to the way in which Japanese style and Western style are blended together.
  223. Wayo to others, however, was not allowed to be canceled by the principle of either court noble law or bukeho (the law system for the samurai society and the military government) out of fear that if permitted, cancellation of wayo to others would destabilize a transactional relationship.
  224. Wayo-Secchu (Japanese Hybrid Style) was adopted using chandeliers, carpets, etc.
  225. Wayo-secchu (Japanese Hybrid Style) Architecture
  226. Wayo-secchu (Japanese Hybrid Style) architecture refers to buildings constructed in modern Japan that intentionally blend elements of Japanese and Western architecture.
  227. Wayojo
  228. Wayojo for the reconciliation in a suit
  229. Wayojo is an agreement signed by the parties in question who make compromises.
  230. Wayojo was composed in suits within regions and suits concerning court nobles, temples and shrines, and private estates which were little affiliated with the Shogunate.
  231. Ways of cracking an egg in a bowl, adding soy sauce and/or other seasonings, and pouring it on rice.
  232. Ways of directly pouring an egg on rice, and adding some soy sauce on it.
  233. Ways of directly pouring an egg on rice.
  234. Ways of eating that stick to the way of adding soy sauce instead of the way of pouring an egg.
  235. Ways of pouring an egg later.
  236. Ways of producing ginjo system (ginjoshu, junmai ginjoshu, daiginjoshu and junmai daiginjoshu) and non-ginjo system (other than above-mentioned) sake differ in the following two points in this stage.
  237. Ways to shoot an arrow other than with a bow (blowguns, darts, and so on)
  238. Wazami refers to Wazamigahara which later came to be called Sekigahara basin.
  239. Wazuka Post Office
  240. Wazuka daycare
  241. Wazuka-cho
  242. Wazuka-cho National Health Insurance Clinic
  243. Wazuka-cho Ocha-kuyo Matsuri Festival (held on November 23)
  244. Wazuka-cho is a town located in Soraku-gun, Kyoto Prefecture.
  245. Wazuka-tenmangu Shrine
  246. Wazuka-tenmangu Taisai Festival (held in October)
  247. We aim to complete the formation of our character by practicing and playing in matches.
  248. We all proceeded east along the moat.
  249. We also need to keep in mind that Kamigata storytellers have formed a closer relationship with their colleagues in Tokyo since 2004.
  250. We approve it as Authorities De Facto.
  251. We are born alone, die alone, and we are still alone even if we live together, that is the reason why people do not die together.
  252. We are born with the nature of Buddha like water and ice.
  253. We are colleagues of INA no Iwasuki who was dispatched to deliver a message to the eastern region provinces to raise troops, concerning the brother of the Emperor in Yoshino.'
  254. We are happy to have the buyer.'
  255. We are leaving.
  256. We are leaving. Good-bye. We feel that we have finally survived a dangerous situation, and head for the Mutsu Province.'
  257. We are not certain whether Jien's view was shared among people in ancient times and during the middle ages, but according to what he wrote, people then definitely thought that when someone died an unnatural death or died with a grudge, they became onryo.
  258. We are serving as coast guards with tall ramparts and deep trenches, but not to deal with the internal insurgence.'
  259. We are trying to go to Noto Province by today.'
  260. We assume that he was a minister during the reign of Empress Saimei and Emperor Tenchi on the ground that his official court rank at this time was recorded as 'Daishi' and the obituary wrote: 'the minister SOGA no Murajiko died'
  261. We attended Sumemima no Mikoto (generally refers to emperor; in this case, it refers to Oama no Miko) to Fuwa-no-kori County standing at his front and at his back to protect him, and came back.'
  262. We brought the severed head in.
  263. We call it the plum blossom in our country, what do the court nobles call it?' ABE no Muneto
  264. We call the eastern part of Japan, 'Azuma,' named after this legendary account.
  265. We can also find a description of Ushi gozen appearing in Sumida-gawa River in "Azuma Kagami" (the Mirror of the East) composed later in the Kamakura Period.
  266. We can assume several reasons why Saicho was aggressively involved with this dispute though he was rather a smart and solemn guy.
  267. We can capture and kill Kiyomori in Kyo later;' he refused Yoshihira's suggestion.
  268. We can collectively refer to "Kandan Koki", together with similar books such as "Kien Shiwa" and "Danki Koshi", as being of the 'Dankun system literature group.'
  269. We can consider that these three served as the generals commanding the battles in each direction.
  270. We can easily gain physical strength.
  271. We can easily improve the skills and correct the inappropriate ways they've been handed down.
  272. We can eat this mochi mainly in Fukuoka and Oita Prefectures.
  273. We can figure out that Dojo Heishi, which had been united when Kenshunmonin was alive, was also disunited.
  274. We can find the word "muhon" in the historical documents regarding the Seinan War and Shusui KOTOKU incident (the case of high treason) in the Meiji Period as well as February 26th Incident in 1936.
  275. We can gather the images of 'kanzashi' of that time from the scene where Hikaru Genji attacked shiragiku (with a white chrysanthemum) on his court cap, which was described in 'Koyo no ga' (An Autumn Excursion) of the "The tale of Genji."
  276. We can guess that Prince Otomo was the "de facto emperor" during the period from the demise of Emperor Tenchi and the end of the Jinshin War.
  277. We can guess that since then he had been close to Choshu and tried reconciliation between Satsuma and Choshu, but Choshu went berserk after all to cause the Kinmon Incident.
  278. We can guess this by '人心怨叛,與倭同心耳' and '我民亦曰:倭亦人也,吾等何必棄家而避也?' in Senso Jitsuroku.
  279. We can have a glimpse of the plight of the national anthem in the following part of the written report for revising the musical score of "Kimigayo" submitted to the Chief of the Bureau of Naval Affair in 1876 by Suketsune NAKAMURA, who was the Kapellmeister of the Imperial Japanese Navy.
  280. We can imagine the actual appearance of the Great Buddha before its loss at the end of the Heian period only through a picture in "Shigisan engi" (The Legends of Mt. Shigi) (a picture scroll possessed by Chogosonshi-ji Temple) although it was painted later during the Heian period.
  281. We can learn the reality of Tato from the following descriptions included in the "Shinsarugakuki," a book written in the eleventh century reflecting the social conditions at the time.
  282. We can not overlook the existence of Nara Exhibition as a history prior to the inauguration of the museum.
  283. We can observe it in the depiction of how TAIRA no Tadanori was killed in "Heike Monogatari," volume 9 and "Genpei Seisuiki," volume 37.
  284. We can obtain lasting effects of Uchimizu by doing it in the morning and evening when air temperature is relatively low.
  285. We can point out the above two examples
  286. We can prevent the skills from losing substance.
  287. We can say sandstone, conglomerates, etc. which are sedimentary rocks and aqueous rock are examples of the mechanism in which grains of sand are consolidated into a large rock.
  288. We can say that clear and colorless tone which is associated generally with the word "seishu" (literally, clear sake) is a reminder of such an age.
  289. We can say that daiginjoshu is the top product among sake brewed by polishing sakamai of the best quality to the ultimate level and combining capabilities of the workers in the sake brewery.
  290. We can say that it is one of reasons to make sake a "liquid" merchandise."
  291. We can say that it was the first golden age of Japanese movies at that time.
  292. We can say that the meanings of sake and sakana were defined from the outside.
  293. We can say that the oldest example of the form of "Kimigayoha" appears in the version of "Wakanroeishu (Japanese and Chinese poems to sing)" at the beginning of the Kamakura Period (巻下祝, Kokka Taikan No. 343).
  294. We can say that this balance defines the outline of sake taste.
  295. We can see a part of these situations in the description, where distinctively, 'samurai' refers to nobility and 'bushi' a military officer, in the Vocabvlario da Lingoa de Iapam (Japanese-Portuguese dictionary, published 1603-1604) during the early 17th century, some centuries after the time of bushi's emergence.
  296. We can see graves of Kira family in the site of Gotoku-ji Temple.
  297. We can see it worn by a gyoji (referee) of the grand sumo tournament.
  298. We can see such a methodical usage of phonetic characters throughout the documents written in ancient Japanese, and with some exceptions, A-type and B-type were strictly distinguished and there was no confusion between them.
  299. We can see the Summer Triangle in summer and the Winter Triangle in winter twinkling across the Milky Way.
  300. We can see the golden one today as a part of the garment of the chigo (child of festivity) joining a festival.
  301. We can see the previous great Kyogen plays of revenge, and its artfulness is also remarkable.
  302. We can tell his ability from the garden of Soun-ji Temple, which is a family temple of Hojo Godai (the five generations of Hojo).
  303. We cannot consider that 'rice for producing sake' is 'sakamai.'
  304. We cannot know how Yorimori viewed the quick promotion of his nephew; however, in 1164, when Kiyomori dedicated 33 scrolls of the soshokukyo ("Heike Nokyo" (sutras dedicated by the Taira family) to Itsukushima-jinja Shrine, Yorimori, Shigemori, Tsunemori, and Norimori all took part in copying the sutra.
  305. We cannot miss the fact that JNR in the era of 1945 - 1954 employed many talented engineers, who had belonged to the research sector of the Japanese forces or to munitions companies but lost their jobs or could not find jobs using their skills after the war.
  306. We cannot say as a rule that no (or few) sentimental routines are performed in Kamigata.
  307. We cannot say that he had good handwriting, but the pithy brushwork showed his brave spirit.
  308. We cannot say that this view has well accepted as a theory because it lacks concrete evidence, but this view has often been adopted in fictions, etc. in accordance with the theory for reasoning 'Doubt the person who obtained the largest advantage.'
  309. We cannot simply praise him as 'a wise ruler.'
  310. We captured one woman in kimono (traditional Japanese clothing) with hair hanging down her back in the kuri (monk's living quarters or the kitchen at a temple), but not a single samurai.
  311. We celebrate the prosperity of the reign of Your Majesty and that it has no end and continues until pebbles in the deep sea bed appear on the shore where cormorants live.
  312. We collected as many female names as possible but there was no person with one-character name of 'Ne.'
  313. We confiscate weapons from the peasants based on our compassion for them.
  314. We consider that Tokitada expected Tokuko, who was the empress dowager, to play a role similar to that of Kenshunmonin, and aimed at revival of the political system during 1171 and 1174.
  315. We could construct a subsidiary port of Kobe Port in the coast zone, and we could also construct a new city including cultural facilities like a university, welfare facilities, and residential areas in the hinterland of the port.'
  316. We could not, however, write almost anything about the progress of the battle, which is too simple.
  317. We could say these activities also pursued the original style of Kabuki & its modern innovation at the same time.
  318. We cut another person's head off there.
  319. We cut off two heads in total: one from a person in the hall and one from a person who was in front of the temple earlier.
  320. We did not even know about our destination, the Honno-ji Temple.
  321. We do not approve any privileges as a 'warring group'.
  322. We don't know what danger is coming up next, but it is also our fault.
  323. We entered inside (the premises of the Honno-ji Temple) across the bridge; the gate was open and not even a mouse was to be seen.
  324. We expect everyone to take the Emperor as Arahitogami and remove any power that damages our imperial nation whether it is from the inside or outside; restore the Constitution of the Empire of Japan and rebuild the imperial army with nucleus weapons' (Dai Nipppon Junkokai [Great Japan Die-for-the-Emperor Group] established in 1961).
  325. We explain the yuzu-bath in this section.
  326. We feel that we have finally survived a dangerous situation, and head for the Mutsu Province.'
  327. We followed them during the expedition to the Honno-ji Temple and entered Katahara-cho.
  328. We give some major articles here.
  329. We got here by following the birds to their nest.
  330. We have 'ekijin shinko', which is close to goryo shinko.
  331. We have few historical materials to understand what tokusei the people really gained as a result of the peasants' uprising of the Shocho era.
  332. We have to accept the surrender in our fortress, Goryokaku.
  333. We have to keep in mind that the To biwa was a Japanese name and different from the biwa in the period of the Tang Dynasty.
  334. We have to put on different manner, when we act as Chobei.'
  335. We have to return to the cause that brought those results.
  336. We have, thus, been diligently serving as so-doshiyori whereby we have been given various privileges such as receiving land from the government and having access to jito (manager and lord of manor) being treated like samurai.'
  337. We hear no fixed rule concerning the order of the visits to shrines.
  338. We hid behind the hanging mosquito nets and slashed the person, coming out of the backroom, from behind when he passed by us.
  339. We killed three yamabushi yesterday.'
  340. We know from entries in the "Azuma kagami" (Mirror of the East) that hyaku-do mairi was being performed as early as the beginning of the Kamakura period.
  341. We know that it was already built by 759 because there were records of the treasures being taken in and out that year and the year after.
  342. We know that the central compartment may have been the government office, and around it there were a warehouse compartment, the north multipurpose house compartment, the south multipurpose house compartment and the pit house compartment, but still we know only part of the whole thing.
  343. We know that those who are competitive in the game or competition don't always acquire the system of high-level budo techniques.
  344. We looked to have superiority in numbers but the rebels were stronger than us and hard to defeat.'
  345. We maintain neutrarity about this domestic issue.
  346. We met all the kings of dynasties of your country and never failed to pay tributes every year.'
  347. We must be careful because even some specialists indicate reading as "kiga" purposely to ask special care of readers.
  348. We must be careful because even some specialists indicate reading it as "ginjoka" purposely to ask the special care of readers.
  349. We must help such individuals understand what Kamigata Kabuki is about, to help its popularity spread.
  350. We need to understand there is a condition behind this incident and that Seibu-Kodo Hall is different from an ordinary rental hall.
  351. We now get together with Buddha and let us go for the only one trueness.
  352. We of the Mori clan should wish for the preservation of our territory only, and never wish for the world.
  353. We often call them both "Komainu" without distinguishing them from each other, but more strictly speaking, they should be called "Shishi/komainu" as the statue without any horns is called "Shishi" and the other with a horn "Komainu".
  354. We often hear that breweries that moved to Manchuria before the Pacific War and tried to brew sake for Japanese people who lived there, had difficulty finding water that could be used.
  355. We often see ceramics that represent biwa.
  356. We often watch women of commonalty appear in the periodical drama situated in the medieval ages wear costumes that looks like pleated skirts on a kimono, it is called 'Shibiradatsumono' or 'Mobakama' and it is said that its origin is the same as for mo.
  357. We reached the main road.
  358. We receive the Mikotonori of the Emperor by following the Prince.
  359. We received spears as a reward.
  360. We saw mosquito nets hung in the hall, but not a single person.
  361. We shall tell you the reasons.
  362. We should beg his Imperial Majesty and Meiji Emperor of Japan in order to be able to receive the treatment as Itto Kokumin (First-class people) to develop our government and society.
  363. We should constitute a close friendship.'
  364. We should immediately dispatch a government army to attack Kofuku-ji temple, seizing their branch temples and confiscating their shoen.'
  365. We should know that among temporarily popular words there are some unimaginable strange words that came out by chance.
  366. We should move to fight with the Sun on our back (facing the West)."
  367. We should not be afraid of any accident even if the rainstorm is harsh.'
  368. We should note that the fixation of exchange ratio between gold and silver could lead to ignoring production cost and market price.
  369. We should say that the vassal is unquestionably loyal, as he was willing to have his newphew his successor.
  370. We solely believe in and propagate to others the teachings of Shinran Shonin.'
  371. We subjects will gracefully accept the wish of the Emperor, pledge our lives, engage diligently and make the Emperor feel at ease, hopefully.
  372. We thank Nobunaga for his lenient sentence on the Hokkeshu sect.
  373. We think it is correct to call the Emperor, the head of the country.
  374. We try to do something good because we doubt the Primal Vow of Amida Buddha.
  375. We turned her over to Kurasuke (Toshimitsu) SAITO.
  376. We vassals should not forget to serve Nobunaga even to our descendants."
  377. We wanted to sail westward but our ship wrecked, and we could not cross the sea.
  378. We went on to successively release works overflowing with humor and rich in lyricism such as "Kanojo" (Girlfriend), "Hazukashii Yume" (Shameful Dream) and "Mura no Hanayome" (Village Bride).
  379. We were humbled to consider who has the political right and realized that it is not the Emperor nor the people but the bureaucrats.
  380. We were thinking Akechi was going to attack Ieyasu TOKUGAWA because Ieyasu had visited Kyoto.
  381. We were truly swaggering because we were the uppermost grader in the army cadet school and not disfavored and not under pressure.
  382. We will avenge Kuranosuke but must restore the Asano clan first.'
  383. We will describe the costume that Uneme wore in Shinto rituals after the Meiji period.
  384. We will directly talk to the Emperor at the Kyoto Imperial Palace,' they insisted.
  385. We will discuss the history of karate in a broader sense below.
  386. We will explain the history of Japan's trade, as it concerns foreign trade.
  387. We will first discuss its effects within the nation.
  388. We will go back in time a little.
  389. We will introduce Honzen ryori (formally arranged meal), one type of traditional food among Japanese-style cuisines.
  390. We will introduce a few cases where SERIZAWA is one of the major characters.
  391. We will introduce two kinds of Shojin ryori here; one are Shojin ryori derived from Buddhism and the other are Shojin ryori that are categorized as one of Japanese cuisine.
  392. We will make no errors if we consider that "namazake is milk from rice."
  393. We will meet each other in heaven again.'
  394. We will never slander the other sects henceforth.
  395. We will not be able to see each other again easily.'
  396. We will quote the following words which later became famous.
  397. We wish you look at this favorably.
  398. We would like to describe the history of steam locomotives in Japan.
  399. We're inclined to emphasize muscle strength or speed rather than skills.
  400. We, so-doshiyori, have long been performing the role of supervisors over the six townships which, in addition to addressing the matters concerning taxes, lawsuits and petitions, includes communicating instructions from the Shogunate to machi-doshiyori.'
  401. We, the Hokkeshu sect monks, will leave the sect, and will return to our former positions by permission of Nobunaga.
  402. We, the five vassals, obey the Imperial decree, following the Prince.
  403. Weak-flavored Tea
  404. Wealthy families decorated the whole room with sagemon in order to make the hinadan look more lavish before inviting guests.
  405. Wealthy merchant: Inaba-honke (Inaba head family)
  406. Wealthy merchants and tradesmen
  407. Wealthy priests and jinin (associates of Shinto shrines) started high-interested moneylending businesses without security (Mujinsen-doso [unsecured moneylender]) under the protection of powerful temples including Enryaku-ji Temple.
  408. Weapon type bronze ware at that time was usually buried as burial goods, which indicate that they were used as the property of the individual.
  409. Weapon type bronze ware bronze swords and bronze halberds were a dignity symbol of the owner at the time of emergence, and it is possible that they were used as actual weapons, as its edge was sharpened.
  410. Weapon type bronze ware such as bronze halberd, doka (bronze halberd for rituals) and bronze swords are well known in the northern Kyushu region, and dotaku (a bell-shaped bronze vessel) is known from the Kinai region.
  411. Weapon wounds on the recovered human bones (a human bone with trauma) also supported the evidence of war.
  412. Weapon, for self-protection
  413. Weapons and ammunition were confiscated; additionally, letters exchanged with masterless warriors of various domains and papers sealed with blood were found.
  414. Weapons and communications with the Choshu clan were found.
  415. Weapons in the bakumatsu period
  416. Weapons including iron swords, iron swords of sharpened two edges and copper arrowhead
  417. Weapons: helmet (of armor), sleeves, and throat protector
  418. Wearer of Wafuku is called Kitsukeshi.
  419. Wearing Sashinuki
  420. Wearing Wafuku is called Waso.
  421. Wearing a (crested) haori (a Japanese half-coat)
  422. Wearing a Konoshi
  423. Wearing a light blue robe usually worn under armor in addition to light armor.
  424. Wearing a red raincoat and manjukasa (knitted straw rain hat) in the snow, Genzo AKAGAKI walks drunkenly and drowns his leave-taking in drink.
  425. Wearing clothes for the peerage (the instruction by the Imperial Household Agency)
  426. Wearing half length trousers or footwear was inappropriate and used arrows from the battlefield were carried.
  427. Wearing of uchiki and kouchigi temporarily declined with the simplification of dress after the Kamakura period, but they were revived as clothing for the royal family during the Meiji period.
  428. Wearing ohaguro without shaving eyebrows is referred to as genpuku.
  429. Wearing swords was banned by Haitorei (decree banning the wearing of swords) proclaimed on March 28, 1876, and the general atmosphere regarding Kenjutsu as out-dated became common.
  430. Wearing the seal on waist, they tried to invite lucky omens.
  431. Wearing white karaginu and omotegi (outer clothes) for the investiture of the Crown Princess was a customary practice after the mid-Heian Period.
  432. Weary-looking Yoshitsune presented himself before Yoritomo and refused his request with the pretext that he himself and Yukiie belonged to the same Genji clan.
  433. Weather
  434. Weather condition
  435. Weather forecast
  436. Weather in this period in Hokkaido is commonly called "rirabie" (literally, "chill with lilac").
  437. Weathernews Inc. develops the 'Cherry Blossom Flowering Forecast Map' based on its own research aside from that of the Japan Meteorological Agency.
  438. Weaving is time-consuming, so nowadays kimono fans exclusively purchase the expensive pongee to wear it for pleasure.
  439. Weaving time over many years, green willows will always have plenty of threads to weave whenever spring comes.
  440. Web comic
  441. Website of "Association for promoting double-track and electrification of the Kansai Main Line"
  442. Websites, mail, instant messenger, chat, and electronic bulletin boards
  443. Wedding Hall
  444. Wedding attire
  445. Weekday 30 (50)
  446. Weft yarns are twisted right-handed or left-handed each of which is alternately inwoven.
  447. Wei adopted the tuntian system, where farmland deserted during the war was granted to people and the crop collected as military provisions, and the binghu military household system, where only military households were required to do military service, separating them from general households.
  448. Weight of driving wheel shaft (on the first driving wheel): 9.14 t
  449. Weightlifting at the Olympics: Silver.
  450. Weihaiwei Operation
  451. Wel Sunpia KYOTO
  452. Wel Sunpia Kyoto (a holiday center in Kyoto for the members of employees' pension)
  453. Wel Sunpia Kyoto…If going there by bus (public transportation), it is also convenient to get off at Shin-Tanabe Station.
  454. Welcoming the god in the 'Oide' on September 30, is performed as an orderly parade starting at the Otabi (place where the sacred palanquin is lodged during a festival), mainly by children and Shino, with the order and allotment predefined for equipment used in the festival.
  455. Welfare
  456. Welfare Division (Parea Wakasa)
  457. Welfare Educational Development Center
  458. Welfare Studies Major, Department of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Letters (established in April, 1941) was the predecessor of the current Faculty of Social Studies.
  459. Welfare Studies were reorganized into the Department of Sociology within a Faculty of Letters.
  460. Welfare for the handicapped - Welfare facility for the physically-handicapped 1, Support center for hearing and language disabilities 1
  461. Well Known Poems
  462. Well Worthy of admiration as a piece.
  463. Well aware of how powerful Hideyoshi was, the Mori clan kept peace with him and assisted in his struggle for supremacy.
  464. Well known Chajin
  465. Well known are the principal image Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) (commonly called Hohoyake Amida (Burnt Cheek Amida)) and Shio name jizo (Jizo who licks salt) in the precinct.
  466. Well known examples of the land development along the railroads mentioned earlier include the case of Tobu Railway led by Kaichiro NEZU (the founder) and that of Hankyu Railway under the lead of Ichizo KOBAYASHI.
  467. Well known gardens that he performed sakutei on.
  468. Well known names in Kansai Kabuki, such as Kanjaku NAKAMURA V (godaime), Senjaku NAKAMURA III (sandaime), Ainosuke KATAOKA VI (rokudaime) and Kichiya UEMURA VI (rokudaime), have been succeeded by young actors.
  469. Well known people among the besieged were Pelliot, who was a famous Chinese scholar, Robert Hart, who resided in China for a long period as the Inspectorate General of Customs, George Ernest Morrison, Unokichi HATTORI, Naoki KANO, and Teikichi KOJO.
  470. Well known researchers of buke kojitsu include Munetake TAYASU, Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA and Hokiichi HANAWA.
  471. Well known that he invvented to throw Chisuji-no-Ito [thousand strings, spider's web] in the drama "Tsuchigumo" (the Ground Spider).
  472. Well known tombs of her are found in Tokushima or Wakayama as well as Jokoku-ji Temple, Osaka, and Seiryo-ji Temple, Kyoto.
  473. Well known tumuli of this type are Gobyono-kofun Tumulus (present-day Tumulus of the Emperor Tenji) in Kyoto City, and Noguchino Ono-haka-kofun Tumulus (present-day Joint Tumulus of the Emperor Tenmu and the Empress Jito) in Asuka-mura, Takaichi-gun, Nara Prefecture.
  474. Well site
  475. Well versed in renga and waka poetry and Buddhism, Zenchiku wrote a number of books that discussed theories of Noh in combination with religious philosophies.
  476. Well, the first amazing effect caused by this medicine is it makes you voluble and the motion of your tongue will be much faster and smoother than of spinning top.
  477. Well-dried fish is referred to as superior dried fish.
  478. Well-known "Dappan" samurai include Shoin YOSHIDA, Ryoma SAKAMOTO, Shintaro NAKAOKA and so on.
  479. Well-known Hibutsu
  480. Well-known Japanese Americans
  481. Well-known Kochogin are as follows, but they are now all very rare:
  482. Well-known Western-style katsudon are those served by the (now closed) restaurant in the department store 'Matsuya' which used to be in Omuta City, Fukuoka Prefecture or which are available around Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture.
  483. Well-known Works
  484. Well-known Yakushi-do Halls
  485. Well-known archaeological sites
  486. Well-known by the 'Ako Controversy.'
  487. Well-known descendants
  488. Well-known doshin officials are Machikata-doshin, who handled justice, administration, and police affairs in Edo under the town magistrate, and Sanmawari-doshin, who conducted patrols of the town.
  489. Well-known examples are similar dwellings found at the Banpo archaeological site in Xian, China, belonging to ancient Yangshao Culture.
  490. Well-known examples of this include Enryaku-ji Temple and Kofuku-ji Temple.
  491. Well-known for its tea room known as 'Bosen.'
  492. Well-known for its tea room known as 'Mittan.'
  493. Well-known kumiuta composed by YATSUHASHI include titles such as 'Fuki' and 'Kumoi no kyoku,' while well-known Danmono by him include 'Rokudan no shirabe' (music of six steps) (however, there is some controversy over who actually composed 'Rokudan no shirabe').
  494. Well-known kusarigama masters include Baiken SHISHIDO, who appears in the novel "Musashi MIYAMOTO"; Baiken, a fictional character created by Eiji YOSHIKAWA, is based on "a certain SHISHIDO" of Iga Province as recorded in the "Niten-ki," the biography of Musashi MIYAMOTO.
  495. Well-known major aoso-za existed in Echigofuchu (the then aoso-producing area, now part of Joetsu City, Niigata Prefecture), in Omi Sakamoto (the then midpoint of the aoso distribution network, now part of Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture), and in Kyoto and in the area now called Tennoji Ward, Osaka (then both aoso-consuming cities).
  496. Well-known members include the eighteenth Kanzaburo NAKAMURA & the eleventh "Ebizo ICHIKAWA."
  497. Well-known people who visited Kinpusen include Uda Emperor (in 900), FUJIWARA no Michinaga (in 1007), FUJIWARA no Moromichi, and Emperor Shirakawa (1092).
  498. Well-known people who were considered as rebels
  499. Well-known persons who enlarged the book are Munetada NAKAMIKADO and Michichika TSUCHIMIKADO.
  500. Well-known pieces include 'Kamiji' and 'Hashizukushi.'
  501. Well-known pieces include 'Ma-komogai' and 'Oni-komogai'.
  502. Well-known products, especially those designated as national treasures, are as follows.
  503. Well-known researchers of famous kuge (court nobles) include Kinkata TOIN and Yoshimoto NIJO in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), Chikanaga KANROJI in the Muromachi period, and Mototada HIRATA in the Azuchi-Momoyama period through to the early Edo period.
  504. Well-known theses published at that time by the Seko-enki-ha Group included "Hogakushi Kai no Iken-wo Ronzu" (Discussing opinions from the School of Law Alumni Association) by Rokuichiro MASUJIMA and "Minpo Soan Zaisan Hen Hihyo" (Critique on property ownership under the draft Civil Law) by Makoto EGI.
  505. Well-known words are replaced by word that have similar spellings.
  506. Well-maintained public peace and high standards of cleanliness
  507. Well-washed rind, chopped into pieces, roast the chips to dry, and then dredge them with sugar.
  508. Wellesley College
  509. Wells College (U.S.A.)
  510. Wenshushili Wenputijing Sutra in Silver Characters
  511. Went independent in 1883, and opened a pottery kiln on Gojo-zaka slope.
  512. Went overseas to Yuan Dynasty.
  513. Were I to pass through the world only dreamily watching cherry blossoms, I would be ignorant of growing old.
  514. Were I to preventThe rapids of AsukaBy setting a weir,The water would be flowingVery gently and leisurely (Manyoshu, Volume 2-197)
  515. Were they getting themselves ready ?
  516. Wesak Celebration
  517. Wesak is celebrated in Southeast Asia as well as in Hong Kong and Taiwan, but in East Asia where Mahayana Buddhism (Northern Buddhism) had spread, the birth of Buddha (called Kanbutsue, Buttan, Gotane, Busshoe, Yokubutsue, Ryugee or Birthday of Buddha) is celebrated in its place.
  518. Wesleyan University
  519. West Awa sightseeing area: 'Creation of an affluent time to live in the original Japanese landscape decorated with history and tradition'
  520. West Course (Keihan Uji Bus, Uji office is in charge)
  521. West Daishogunhachi-jinja Shrine in Kamigyo Ward.
  522. West Exist of Sendai Station, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture
  523. West Exit
  524. West JR Bus
  525. West JR Bus Company
  526. West JR Bus Company (Takao Keihoku Route)
  527. West JR Bus Company and JR Shikoku Bus Company are competing for passengers with the parental railway company as a result.
  528. West JR Bus Company, Shikoku Railway Company (at that time), Keihan Bus and Shikoku Express Bus have started the operation of Takamatsu Express Kyoto-go.
  529. West Japan JR Bus
  530. West Japan JR Bus Company
  531. West Japan JR Bus Company (Kyoto Station to Nijo Station, Takao, Toganoo, Keihoku-cho)
  532. West Japan JR Bus Company assists Kyoto Kotsu in selling the tickets and operating.
  533. West Japan JR Bus Company began the operation of the daytime limited express Hiroshima Kyoto-go.
  534. West Japan JR Bus Company is in charge of ticketing at Kyoto.
  535. West Japan JR Bus Company, Kyoto Transportation Center operates two round-trip services.
  536. West Japan JR Bus Enpuku Line (along the National Route 9)
  537. West Japan JR buses
  538. West Japan Railway (JR West)
  539. West Japan Railway (JR-West) Katamachi Line
  540. West Japan Railway Company
  541. West Japan Railway Company (JR West)
  542. West Japan Railway Company (JR West) - Katamachi Line (Gakkentoshi Line)
  543. West Japan Railway Company (JR West) Fukuchiyama Branch
  544. West Japan Railway Company (JR West) Sanin Main Line (Sagano Line)
  545. West Japan Railway Company (JR West) station
  546. West Japan Railway Company (JR West), Mukomachi Station
  547. West Japan Railway Company (JR West), Nagaokakyo Station
  548. West Japan Railway Company (JR West): Hozukyo Station on the Sanin Main Line (Sagano Line)
  549. West Japan Railway Company (JR West): Saga-Arashiyama Station on the Sanin Main Line (Sagano Line)
  550. West Japan Railway Company (JR-WEST,)
  551. West Japan Railway Company (first class railway operator)
  552. West Japan Railway Company (railway business operator)
  553. West Japan Railway Company (railway operator):
  554. West Japan Railway Company Kosei Line
  555. West Japan Railway Company Obama Line
  556. West Japan Railway Company commenced operation of electric expresses 'Hashidate' and 'Monju.'
  557. West Japan Railway Company currently operates a special express called "Super Matsukaze."
  558. West Japan Railway Company succeeded it from the division and privatization of JNR.
  559. West Japan Railway Company, Nara-Line: Inari Station (transfer to a local train from Kyoto Station).
  560. West Japan Railway Company:
  561. West Japan Railway Company: 3,992
  562. West Japan Railway Food Service Net Company
  563. West Japan Railway Sakurai Line/Kintetsu Railway Tenri Line: Get off at Tenri Station, take a Nara Kotsu Bus, and after alighting from the bus at Kamitakimoto Bus Stop, walk five minutes.
  564. West Japan Railway Tokaido Main Line (Biwako Line), Otsu Station, change to Keihan Bus, 0 minute from Mii-dera Temple Stop
  565. West Kamiyagawa, Kamigyo Ward
  566. West Koya-kaido Road
  567. West Lake (Hanzou City, Zhe Jiang Province, China)
  568. West Nippon Expressway Company Limited
  569. West Nippon Expressway Company Limited, Kansai Branch, Ibaraki office
  570. West Pagoda
  571. West Road Blues Band, Zuno Keisatsu and Yuzo TOYODA appeared under the concept of connecting the wildfire of Sanrizuka to Daimonji no Okuribi (ceremonial bonfire of Daimonji letter).
  572. West Side Story: February 11 to April 27
  573. West Squad in the Battle of Sekigahara
  574. West Wing (designed by Junzo YOSHIMURA, completed in 1972) - BCS (Building Contractors Society) Prize (1974)
  575. West and to the left, and east is to the right.
  576. West eixt
  577. West exit
  578. West exit (Nagaokakyo Happy Bus): a community bus operated by Nagaokakyo City
  579. West exit of Katsura Station
  580. West exit of Takeda Station
  581. West from Horikawa-dori Street, it merges into one street, Hanayacho-dori Street.
  582. West is left, and east is right.
  583. West is to the left, and east is to the right.
  584. West of Honbo, on Mibu Street.
  585. West of Jijuden (literally, "hall of benevolence and longevity," which is the Emperor's residence), East of Koryoden Hall.
  586. West of Senbon-dori Street it passes diagonally under the elevated railway of the JR Sanin Main Line and is connected to Oike-dori Street.
  587. West of Senbon-dori Street it's a highway, Nijoteishajo-Arashiyama-sen Kyoto Fudo 112 Go (Kyoto Prefectural Road 112).
  588. West of the Kamo-gawa River, Kitayama-kita-dori Street and Kitayama-kita-naka-dori Street run parallel in the north, and parallel with Kitayama-minami-dori in the south.
  589. West ozeki Kyusaburo TATEYAMA retired making this tournament his final bouts, and, needless to say, ODATE and his surroundings believed his promotion to ozeki.
  590. West route
  591. West side of the station (opposite bank of the Kamo-gawa River)
  592. West' (the west exit)
  593. Westbound buses (gate 1)
  594. Westbound buses (gate 3)
  595. Westbound circulating bus services and eastbound circulating bus services operated by Keihan Bus Co., Ltd. connect among Yodo Station, JUSCO KUMIYAMA and Kumiyama-cho town office.
  596. Westerlies flow in wide areas of eastern Asia and central Asia
  597. Western (back face) door (2): Nissokan-zu
  598. Western Art
  599. Western Countries
  600. Western Dishes
  601. Western Europe
  602. Western Graveyard of Ryuko-in Temple (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City) of tacchu
  603. Western Japan
  604. Western Lowland gorilla
  605. Western Painting was introduced as the Technology Art School in 1876 prior to the establishment of Kyoto Prefectural School of Painting and was studied as an industrial technology for drawing construction plans rather than as art and culture, etc.
  606. Western Painting: Gennai HIRAGA, Kokan SHIBA, Denzen AODO, Naotake ODANO, Shozan SATAKE, and Yoshimi SATAKE
  607. Western Paintings
  608. Western Regents
  609. Western Route
  610. Western Store
  611. Western Studies and Suihitsu Essay
  612. Western calendar
  613. Western camp
  614. Western clothes (westernization), unistyle, and Zangiriatama (cropped head)
  615. Western clothes had already originated from the Meiji period.
  616. Western clothing are secured by buttons or fasteners, whereas Wafuku is secured with Obi and cloth cords tied at the waist.
  617. Western clothing for both men and women covers to fit the shape of the body, whereas Wafuku wraps the body to cover the shape with the straight surface of cloth except for shoulders and hips the shapes of which are shown over the surface of the cloth.
  618. Western clothing for women is sometimes made low-cut in front, whereas Wafuku for women are made to overlap the collar high close to the throat.
  619. Western culture and fashion
  620. Western culture was the object of Oyama's adoration and he also had a deep knowledge about it.
  621. Western dishes are the dishes peculiar to the Western countries.
  622. Western eating habits began to spread in Japanese households gradually in accordance with an increase in national income and a change in food culture following a period of high economic growth, and Yoshoku is now a daily dish in Japanese households.
  623. Western equestrianism
  624. Western fabric dealers were much damaged by depression and Matsumoto Shoten was no exception.
  625. Western flutes originally had a simple form like the shinobue, but underwent modern improvements so that current western flutes include a gold tube and key equipment.
  626. Western learning, the edict to prohibite studies other than Confucianism in the Kansei era, Siebold Incident, and the imprisonment of scholars of Western learning (bansha no goku)
  627. Western medicine
  628. Western musical instruments
  629. Western paintings were originally imported as a part of Dutch studies in Japan.
  630. Western products brought back by the mission
  631. Western restaurants
  632. Western sailing ship
  633. Western satire magazines became available afterJapan marked the end of a long period of isolation and Japanese comics developed by imitating them.
  634. Western ships of that day were called "black ships" because of the tar that was applied to the body of the ship.
  635. Western societies, like many societies elsewhere, were characterized by a strong belief that participation in the public arena was for men, and that women should be content to support men.
  636. Western style: Glassware with a slim stem is usually used so that ice does not melt away from temperature of the hand when the dish is held.
  637. Western words and products such as jinrikisha (a taxi-like vehicle pulled by a man), western clothes, blanket, train, newspaper, diamond, etc. were used in the plays.
  638. Western-influenced paintings
  639. Western-influenced paintings were made prior to the Meiji Period before oil painting tools were imported into Japan, and artists could only mimic examples of Western paintings.
  640. Western-influenced works
  641. Western-style Katsudon
  642. Western-style age system: x year and x month (the amount of past anniversaries)
  643. Western-style architecture
  644. Western-style buildings and former residences of early foreign settlers
  645. Western-style designs were favored by photo studios, hospitals, clinics and schools.
  646. Western-style dishes were rather considered eaten in restaurants until the Taisho period, but were gradually eaten at home as well.
  647. Western-style horse racing was first conducted by the foreigners living in Yokohama settlement beginning in 1861, and the practice flourished even more after the Yokohama horse-racing track was built in 1866.
  648. Western-style house
  649. Western-style katsudon is a dish in which a mixture of hashed beef, ketchup, soy sauce, etc. or demi-glace sauce is poured over a cutlet on rice.
  650. Western-style katsudon is a name with which to refer to the non-standard katsudon such as sauce katsudon in regions where the 'tamagotoji katsudon' is most common and hence it is simply referred to as 'katsudon.'
  651. Western-style paintings
  652. Western-style tailoring
  653. Westernized clothing style is widely available in Japan, and some people say it was directly brought about by the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan in 1858.
  654. Westin Miyako Kyoto (Miyako Hotel)
  655. Wet (Ethiopian Food) (Ethiopia), Sauce arachide (Cote d'lvoire)
  656. Wet air flows in from south or southeast and clashes to mountains and causes torrential rain locally.
  657. Wet air flows into the low-pressure system from southwest and clashes to mountains and causes torrential rain locally.
  658. Wet folding, a technique to dampen thick paper (such as Western paper) moderately as needed before folding, is used as well.
  659. Wet towels
  660. Whale
  661. Whale 'because there is a custom of making and eating Kujira-jiru (whale or blubber soup) after susuharai'
  662. Whale (classified as fish before the Edo period)
  663. Whale Labo, LLC described above also conducts the business of directly selling whale meat through the Internet.
  664. Whale Labo, LLC described above is investigating use of whale meat in the cooked meal delivery industry and in hospital meals
  665. Whale bone:
  666. Whale fishing
  667. Whale meat
  668. Whale meat has also been served as sashimi.
  669. Whale meat in most of the whale meat dishes, such as whale meat cutlet, stake of whale meat, and whale meat curry, was used as a substitute of animal meat in the era when beef and pork were unavailable.
  670. Whale meat is available form various parts of a whale, and the cooking method as well as the taste depends on the portion.
  671. Whale meat is defined as the edible parts of cetaceans and of smaller-sized cetaceans called dolphins, which are used for food.
  672. Whale meat is provided with an advantage that the meat is less likely to cause the food allergies caused by animal meat.
  673. Whale meat was transported to Osaka, an area consuming lots of such meat, from as far as Hokkaido.
  674. Whale meat, as well as other goods, tends to be consumed around the area where it is produced, but traditional whale meat-based dishes, invented in this era, also exist in the nearby economic regions, such as Osaka, near to a production site.
  675. Whale oil is a typical example of the industrial materials made from whales, and whale meat is no exception.
  676. Whale skin dried after whale oil was squeezed out.
  677. Whale tongue.
  678. Whale types and their tastes
  679. Whale-based dishes in various parts of Japan in the era from the Edo period to the Meiji period.
  680. Whale-based dishes related to events were also invented.
  681. Whales have been used by human beings in various ways throughout the world, including use of their oil, and use of whale meat is an important one of them.
  682. Whales' bones and teeth called Kujira Zaiku, which are made into accessories such as 'netsuke' (miniature carving attached to the end of a cord hanging from a pouch) and 'koto' (a long Japanese zither with thirteen strings)
  683. What Basho wanted to say was that a kire depends solely on the verse's content, and not on the presence of a kireji.
  684. What Emperor Shomu in fact handwrote is just one letter '勅' included in '聖武天皇勅書' (national treasure) which is held at the Heiden-ji Temple in Shizuoka Prefecture.
  685. What God says happens definitely.'
  686. What Haitorei banned was to carry a Japanese sword, and to owe one was allowed.
  687. What Hideyoshi is always afraid of in this world include TOKUGAWA and KURODA.
  688. What I want to know/Is, cannot you and I get on/A bit more quickly/Without this standing still in pools/But rush like the rapids of Yoshino?
  689. What Japan should do for their neighboring country (Korea) was generally understood as 'not giving it special treatment and allowing more time for Kaimei (enlightment) just because it is our neighboring country, but Japan should treat them in the same manner as Western Europe does.'
  690. What Juki IDA and his sympathizers did differently from Ueji was they found miscellaneous small trees grown naturally in the fields and mountains of the entire country are robust and consist of a number of species and are easy to transplant, and they were able to depict nature by themselves, in full-scale.
  691. What Kazunomiya looked like, what Kiwa HIRATSUKA talked about was like, she was surrounded by many maids, and wearing white Kimono with a purple belt, with Osuberakashi hair style (hair style with volume fringes tied up and had long straight hair in the back).
  692. What Mizuno says the transfer the base of the dynasties according to times is a common example of simply moving the political center, which does not necessarily linked with the drastic change of the political power.
  693. What Shinran expounded about the term is that accepting faith devoted by Amida Buddha would affirm birth in the Pure Land, and attainment of enlightenment, becoming a Buddha, at that moment.
  694. What Takeiwa tatsuno-mikoto really was to start with was a volcano.
  695. What Tastes Good Is Salt but What Tastes Bad Is Salt.
  696. What Tokiie succeeded was the ritual position as the head family of Kodama Party, so it was not the family head position.
  697. What Tonjiki was has been controversial.
  698. What Wa or Wajin refers to has changed over time.
  699. What Yoritomo aimed at with this decree was to organize the samurai in the imperial capital and the bearers of regional military authority to keep superior position to Yoshinaka rather than to establish dominion over Togoku, according to MOTOKI.
  700. What Yoritomo turned his attention to then was the office of 'Seii Taishogun.'
  701. What Yukimori YAMANAKA was really like?
  702. What a lovely name - the wind blows through young pines, bush clover, pampas grass
  703. What a nasty octopus!
  704. What a pity that his body has turned to dust in Koshiji, leaving only the vainglorious name which will not perish!'
  705. What about my pride as a man?'
  706. What additionally began taking place during this period was daisenno (paying dues in cash), which was paid in return for buyaku that involved actual manual labor.
  707. What am I to do?'
  708. What an impudent man you are!'
  709. What an original (unique) consideration it is.
  710. What appeared at the end of the Paleolithic period in the Japanese archipelago is the Saisekijin Culture in which saisekki (or saisekijin) was used.
  711. What are Oni?'
  712. What are derived from Daruma
  713. What are described below were his favorite tea rooms.
  714. What are referred to "the Three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family" can be mentioned as the symbols of the Imperial Throne of Japan as they have been since ancient times.
  715. What are regarded as the best four picture scrolls in Japan are "Genji Monogatari Emaki," "Shigisan Engi" (legends of Mr. Shigi), "Ban Dainagon Emaki" (illustrated scrolls of the story of a courtier Ban Dainagon) and "Choju Jinbutsu Giga" (scrolls of frolicking animals and humans).
  716. What are you afraid of?'
  717. What became of Ibaraki Doji after he took back his arm
  718. What can I do; although the spring of Kyoto is also beautiful, the blossoms in the familiar East are falling
  719. What can be assumed here is the possibility that the deity enshrined in the Inner Shrine of Ise was changed.
  720. What can be said about bread crumbs as a binder is that using bread crumbled into small pieces and soaked in milk makes hamburgers smoother in texture and milder in taste than using bread crumbs commercially available.
  721. What can be said for sure from this description, which has no credibility, is that Tsugaru was a dominant group of the Emishi because its proper name was mentioned in the record.
  722. What can sooth my burning love which deprives me from sleeping at night, so dreaming of her in my sleep?
  723. What cap 'Keiji'
  724. What changed this situation was the 'Power Modernization Project' reported in 1959 by the JNR Power Modernization Research Committee.
  725. What characterized the Dynastic polity regime was the adoption of the principle of tax on land as a replacement for the principle of people-based governance, which had been the basic principle of the Ritsuryo regime.
  726. What constitutes the blade eventually is the hard portion of the outmost layer of the bamboo.
  727. What decided those ranks of the musicians was an all-participating-type practical skill examining system called sanpokyudai or gakuko.
  728. What demonstrates the change of Dynastic polity occurred at that time are the establishment of Koden kanmotsu rippo (the law fixing the tax rate of kanmotsu, tribute), active establishment of bechimyo and the centralization of shoryo soron shinpanken (jurisdiction of the disputes concerning the ownership of land) to Dajokan (Grand Council of State).
  729. What differed greatly from the previous period was that Japanese culture became influenced by foreign culture and technology, and rice growing and metal artifacts, both from China, led Japanese culture to a new age.
  730. What differed greatly was evaluation of the nature of the Boxers.
  731. What difference is there among them?
  732. What do you think of making land?'
  733. What does Honkaku Shochu mean?
  734. What does Tsukuyomi mean?
  735. What else should I tell you to bear in mind?
  736. What emerged was people who undertook deeds to understand the meaning of 'evil persons' claiming 'if you are to rescue evil persons then, evil action must be actively pursued.'
  737. What exactly they sold is not sure because the article does not have illustrations, but they might have sold chicken stuffed with tofu refuse.
  738. What existed in the center of Tenka was the area which the Chinese dynasty directly ruled, and it was called "Ka", "Ka", "Chuka", "Chuka", or "Chugoku" etc.
  739. What exists now is the portion spanning twenty-two years from 1465 to 1486.
  740. What follows is a summary of the locations of the manuscripts.
  741. What gave birth to teriyaki sauce in the United States was sales of soy sauce started by one of Japan's soy sauce manufacturers, Kikkoman Corporation, in 1957, the first in the United States.
  742. What happened in heaven also happens in this world certainly.
  743. What happened in the battles between the eastern and western Kira clans at Mikawa Province is unclear, as there is no historical material on the subject.
  744. What happened to him after this battle was not known; there is a folk story that he lived in secret in Tanba Province during 1390 and 1394, or he is said to have supported Yoshiharu WAKIYA to attack gosho (the palace) of Mitsusada ASHIKAGA and Mitsunao ASHIKAGA in 1431.
  745. What happened to the father and son thereafter is unknown.
  746. What happened was that although the new government appointed So as Gaimu-taijo to have him notify Joseon of the Haihan-chiken (in September 1871), it concluded in January 1872 to cancel his mission.
  747. What has always been connected to the practices of believers is the 'nenbutsu for Amida Buddha.'
  748. What has been drawn in the "Portrait of Lady Oichi" which is kept in Jimyo-in Temple, a tatchu (sub-temple in the site of main temple) of Koya-san, is a typical koshimaki in this period.
  749. What has been found out is that the temple, like Shitenno-ji Temple in Osaka, was built with the Shitenno-ji-style temple layout, in which the Kon-do Hall (main hall of a Buddhist temple) and the pagoda are arranged ahead and behind (north and south).
  750. What having 'Keijina' in their name
  751. What he and Hikonojo KAMIMURA, a Commodore in Russo-Japanese War did was described as examples of fair play spirit in textbooks of Navies around the world.
  752. What he believed in differed from the Jodo Shinshu sect of Buddhism.
  753. What he created was 'Tsukushi goto.'
  754. What he did after the Heiji War is not clear; however, according to "the Heiji Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heiji) he brought up Bomonhime, the daughter of Yoshitomo, in Kyoto (later she became the lawful wife of Yoshiyasu ICHIJYO).
  755. What he did in his final years and the details leading up to his murder remain unknown.
  756. What he intended to achieve in the Battle of Nagashino was, in effect, not to defeat Takeda but to make him withdraw from Nagashino.
  757. What he made a living by after that was unknown, but soon he had his house in Kojimachi and became the fortune-teller.
  758. What he preached was characterized by the egalitarianism ideas beyond the social status and penetrated not only to samurai but also to merchants and workmen so that they called him 'Omi Seijin.'
  759. What helped to correct such understanding about international law and promote participation in treaty system voluntarily was a commentary of international law named "Bankoku Koho."
  760. What is "Kanken"
  761. What is Dengaku?
  762. What is Jugo?
  763. What is Junbo?
  764. What is Kanjin?
  765. What is Mai?
  766. What is Naikanho?
  767. What is Nichiren chant?
  768. What is Nihon Buyo?
  769. What is Odaimoku?
  770. What is Odori?
  771. What is Ryuha?
  772. What is Shoke?
  773. What is Wakadoshiyori?
  774. What is a good example: Hime-komatsu (a type of pine tree).
  775. What is a spirit?
  776. What is called '譜' is probably considered a kind of book which helped to read The Tale of Genji, but it is not clear what it exactly was.
  777. What is called Geta
  778. What is certain is, the Seiwa-Genji was representative of the Minamoto samurai family.
  779. What is chakuryu?
  780. What is common in a series of wars is as follows:
  781. What is common to both of them is keka (confession (of one's sins)) for honzon (principal image of Buddha).
  782. What is common with Dadaoshi (keka dedicated for eleven-faced Kannon) in Hase-dera Temple is that Onis appear at the end of Shuni-e.
  783. What is considered to be the leader of tea is "Cha Jing" (The Classics of Tea) written by Lu Yu of Tang China (unknown - 804).
  784. What is deemed to be the true remains of Buddha's bones, archaeologically, was excavated in India in 1898 and subsequently transferred by the United Kingdom, which ruled India at that time, to Siam (now the Kingdom of Thailand).
  785. What is described above is an episode included in "Zeshi rokuju igo Sarugaku dangi" (a document about Sarugaku).
  786. What is described above were recorded in "Kanbu Tsuki" (Records on civilian and military men), but there were different opinions regarding the criminals, and Izo's involvement was being questioned.
  787. What is different from former periods is that people began to wear Wafuku as Western clothing without being obsessive about traditional requirements in Heisei period.
  788. What is different from pickles made in rice-bran paste is that miso paste itself is for eating and seasoning.
  789. What is haiku?
  790. What is hoyo?
  791. What is imi (忌み or 斎み) ?
  792. What is important about the shingon is its pronunciation; therefore, the words have been kept untranslated but have been transcribed.
  793. What is important about this event is, not that the Matsudaira family (in entirety) changed its name to Tokugawa but rather, Ieyasu was the sole individual permitted to use the surname 'Tokugawa' and as such, opinion is divided whether his eldest son (Nobuyasu MATSUDAIRA) appropriated the Tokugawa name, or not.
  794. What is important is the resistance to blast, the sheath blight disease and theleaf stripe disease.
  795. What is interesting about the calls is that some are similar to each other even though the areas are geographically apart.
  796. What is interesting is that famous Swedish psychic E. Swedenborg wrote the same thing in his book about touring heaven as 'in heaven people always use numbers.'
  797. What is interesting is that, in many sake breweries, shuzo yosui is used in the bath for workers in the brewery.
  798. What is located in the center is 'the central eight-Petal Court' and Taizokai Dainichi Nyorai (who is in a posture of 'Hokkai Join' (Dharma-realm meditation mudra) folding both hands in front of the belly) is sitting on the center of a lotus flower with 8 petals.
  799. What is mentioned above is the perspective of Jodo shinshu, and the latter quotation exemplifies it.
  800. What is more fearful is evil spirit in your mind.' (chapter 7 of volume Fuji)
  801. What is more, Shinbei learns 'how to pick quarrels with others' from Sukeroku.
  802. What is more, fuki-ishi (stones covering an old tomb), tsukuridashi (narrow terraces) at the both sides of the central narrow part, and a part of the double moats have also been distinguished.
  803. What is more, he wrote "Ritsugen hakki" featuring the equal temperament of 12 degrees which was resulted from the expansion of 1 octave into 12th root.
  804. What is more, mathematical errors were found in the early editions of "Hatsubi sanpo."
  805. What is more, there is increasing use of repair methods, such as spraying concrete, which are simple but leave no chance for natural recovery.
  806. What is more, to name special things, tokan (ceramic coffin), shibi (ornamental ridge-end tile) with which the roof of a temple was decorated, and earthenware like a suzuri (ink stone) which was used in government offices were made, too.
  807. What is more, when Yoritomo requested Yoshishige's daughter who had been Yoshihira's widow to be his concubine, Yoshishige refused the request, therefore, reportedly he drew a rebuke from Yoritomo ("Azuma Kagami" [The Mirror of the East]).
  808. What is most distinguishable for a Kannon statue is to place a small statue of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata), called Kebutsu (the Artificial Buddha), on the front top part of its head, which is a common characteristic with other Kannon statues such as Senju Kannon.
  809. What is noteworthy is that he mastered Kegon (the teachings of Kegon Buddhism, which considers that virtue can be built through vigorous training and the act of charity) in Nanto (Nara), and was committed to its restoration.
  810. What is read today as the 'Roei Gochu' is what was written inside the margins and on the back of the text of the Wakan Roei Shu.
  811. What is referred to as Okiku's graveyards can be seen in some places in Tokyo Metropolis.
  812. What is remarkable about the Battle of Nagashino is that the Oda family famously prepared 3,000 teppo, which was unusual at the time and employed a new tactics called 'sandan-uchi.'
  813. What is sarugaku?
  814. What is the "Nihon-shoku restaurant?"
  815. What is the most distinct feature is the length of Wakyu (bow), which is far longer than the height of a person.
  816. What is told at the beginning of the book is the claim that sarugaku (猿楽) is 'sarugaku (申楽), which means that it is kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrines).
  817. What is uniform is the visual beauty which adds a plus to conventional craftsmanship.
  818. What is worse, you neglected your studies and could not answer the question about a letter 'Myo'; you are also unpardonable.'
  819. What is wrong with young men requisitioning in one corner when there is no provision of rice for the army?
  820. What is your name?
  821. What it respects most is the virtue of honesty.
  822. What kind of characteristic does Shiniki have in Shinto ?
  823. What lay behind the rebellion
  824. What looks like the name of Kenjutsu skill is seen in "The Tale of Heike".
  825. What made the situation worse for the Nijo family was that the library of the Nijo family was totally burnt down in 1675 and almost all their ancestral documents had been lost.
  826. What magnificent power Senju Kannon possesses!
  827. What makes Shinshu greatly different from other Buddhist sects is that monks have no commandments and are allowed to eat meat and to get married (Nikujiki-Saitai). (Shinshu was the only sect that allowed monks to get married until the Meiji period.)
  828. What motivated samurai in a province to participate in the activities to capture criminals was the assurance that their achievements would be rewarded.
  829. What occurs in the 'spiritual world' also occurs in reality.
  830. What on earth you seek at this moment? Your mind become peaceful and gain ultimate comfort now.
  831. What remained for him were Iwaya-jo Castle defended by Joun TAKAHASHI, Tachibana-jo Castle defended by Muneshige TACHIBANA, and Homanyama-jo Castle defended by Naotsugu TACHIBANA.
  832. What serves as the nengajo on a global scale
  833. What shaked off his tiredness from exhausting labor was clear Lake Biwa and Chikubu-jima Islands off the coast which he could see from the road.
  834. What she said in Kyoto is somewhat different from what she just said; she said Yoshitsune's group went into Omine, but word had it that they went toward Tanomine and laid low, which means she must have lied, and that was why they were ordered to interrogate her again.
  835. What should be noted here is that if Genso-eko is a being who attained birth in the Pure Land is bestowed by Amida with the ability to return to the defiled land taking the form of a bodhisattva to save people.
  836. What should be noted was that the provisions in the treaties between Japan and the countries of Western Europe served to strengthened the unequal character of this treaty.
  837. What should not be forgotten in a formation process of 'tsuwamono-no-ie' (house of soldiers) as the family line was that 'choka no soga' mobilized in the late tenth century without the presence of a military officer.
  838. What supports the accuracy of railways in Japan
  839. What the Buddha has achieved is the foremost, rare, and hard-to-understand dharma, and all dharmas can only be understood and shared by Buddhas.
  840. What the Peking Protocol Left
  841. What the Uzumaki-mon pattern drawn in the center symbolizes has not been known.
  842. What the audience is allowed when practicing kakegoe
  843. What the ten benefits would be.
  844. What the true wishes of Kanmu were by taking such measures that might lead to a complex competition for the Imperial succession by intentionally lining the three princes is unknown.
  845. What they did was so brutal that the Kyoto citizens felt that even the word 'shameless' could not express their disgust.
  846. What this means is as follows (for the reason why the title is "Nihongi" instead of "Nihonshoki," refer to the title):
  847. What this means is that, people called and enshrined a god that had a stronger mysterious power than the jinushi gami so that, when people built a structure on a particular land, spirits in that land would not curse the people or the structure.
  848. What this really meant was that, if the budget of the previous fiscal year was adopted to the new fiscal year, the Japanese government could not carry out the urgent tasks such as promotion of growth of new industry and implementation of new businesses to increase wealth and military power.
  849. What troubled them most was the incident that happened in the following month, March.
  850. What typically represents such idea is mountains, and the idea that deities dwell in particularly big unique mountains is known as mountain worship.
  851. What use is faith us, shameless unenlightened men, who do wrong without good deed, to easily go to Jodo of Mida (Amida).
  852. What was brought to Japan through nanbanboeki
  853. What was called "Kochogin" (old silver coin) was cupelled silver flattened into bar shapes and hallmarked.
  854. What was created as a representative of this Bosatsu was Miroku Bosatsu (Maitreya Bodhisattva), who was said to become Buddha next.
  855. What was created for the above purpose was seibyobo.
  856. What was introduced for the first time at this moment was an execution equipment in suspending style called Kochu.
  857. What was invested here includes the faculty of the Imperial Sun Succession (Amatsuhitsugi) to the Imperial Throne (Takamikura), and the governance of the nation (Osukuni amenoshita no matsurikoto).
  858. What was later improved by Yamada Kengyo is today's mainstream product 'Yamada Soh.'
  859. What was left in the network were only the Takeda family and Hongan-ji Temple.
  860. What was meant by cultural was that it had the smell of continental Zen that was popular back then, and artistically the accuracy of Doboshu, Noami, Geiami, and Soami, as the judges.
  861. What was modified in a Chinese style around Northern Zhou Dynasty is what is called hoeki no ho in Japan.
  862. What was much-prized in Japan at that time was the paintings from the Southern Sung Period of China, especially paintings by Kakei, Baen, Mokkei, Ryokai, and Gyokukan.
  863. What was on his head was, however, a centipede.
  864. What was put that person into trouble.
  865. What was received from that person
  866. What was required of tenmon hakase (masters of astrology), the authorities on Tenmondo, was to take measures concerning extraordinary astronomical events.
  867. What was returned to that person
  868. What was selected by the director-general of the Agency for Cultural Affairs according to this regulation is called selected intangible properties of folk culture.
  869. What was then the area of Fujinomori is now Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine.
  870. What was worn by old-education system high school students was this kind of Geta (Hoba no Takaeta (high clogs with teeth made of Japanese white-barked magnolia)).
  871. What was written there were geometric characters created by circles and straight lines.
  872. What we call sankyoku gassou today is the ensemble made up of the three kinds of instruments out of the above-mentioned four, but it isn't clear which concept came first, 'sankyoku gasso' or 'sankyoku.'
  873. What we can guess from 'Dankyu Sangaku zu,' one of the Shoso-in gyobutsu (Shoso-in Treasures), is that various arts such as acrobatics, the conjuring of tricks, mimicry, stunts, dance and music, etc., were included in Sangaku.
  874. What were mainly circulated were shohei sen and to ni sen (or, ori ni sen [ori two sen]).
  875. What were written at that time are the first and second chapters of volume 'Uetsu,' the first volume of Hitsuki Shinji.
  876. What would I have sacrificed my life for, if I died just waiting to see her without revealing to her my love?
  877. What would become of us if there was not one living plant? '
  878. What would you do if it comes true?"
  879. What's important here is that In no cho and Mandokoro handled only their internal government affairs respectively, and neither of them directly handled general government affairs, but negotiation between them made up government affairs of the court noble society.
  880. What's more, Imperial Prince Kanenaga who led the Kikuchi and Shoni forces defeated Ujiyasu OTOMO in Bungo Province, and Noriuji ISSHIKI escaped from Kyushu.
  881. What's more, after Yoritomo established Administrative Borad as the second court rank, Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards, he was active as a chief officer to carry out negotiations with the imperial court and to handle other affairs as a practician.
  882. What's more, following Atsutane's death, Kanetane had to manage the household that had been treated a little irresponsibly, cleared off the enormous debts, and surprisingly made a fortune for the Hirata family.
  883. What's more, he then provoked Ujikiyo and Mitsuyuki into raising an army and then destroyed them in turn.
  884. What's on Thursdays (WOT)
  885. Whatever happened, the importance of the three sacred imperial treasures may lie in "the belief that the imperial family own them."
  886. Whatever the case may be in the field of biology, it is important to feel something from an observation as a starting point of an inspiration.
  887. Whatever the case, son's of Kuramaro including Akae came to fall, except for SOGA no Yasumaro of Murajiko's ancestry (It is assumed that even he passed away in a while), and the era without the Soga clan in high rank continued for a long time.
  888. Whatever the political form was, it was necessary to keep the style of Chiten as it was.
  889. Whatever the process of his judgment on Ieyasu's matter was, it was his mistake not to confirm his ally's safety fully enough.
  890. Whatever the reason, sake brewing was limited according to rice yields for each year, starting from this time, in such a manner that no more than 20 or 30 percent of these values was allowed in a poor harvest year.
  891. Whatever they may have been, for the ritsuryo kokka based on Sinocentrism, Ezo was 'simply a concept of people who were out of their control.'
  892. Whatever we may do, we can't be free from desires (earthly desires); any deed based upon them is nothing but evil (Bonnojoku: defiled passion).
  893. Whe he came to know the raising of an army, he escaped from the Otsukyo and joined his father.
  894. Wheat
  895. Wheat after harvest cannot be eaten immediately, but requires a process of drying, threshing and pearling before cooking.
  896. Wheat are smashed and made into rough flour after being roasted.
  897. Wheat flour senbei has been made mainly in the Kinki region since olden days.
  898. Wheat produced in Hokkaido is used.
  899. Wheat sprouts under the snow (in Japan).
  900. Wheaton also took an eclectic stance between natural law and positive law.
  901. Wheaton was a jurist and diplomat who represents pioneer era of international jurisprudence in the United States of America.
  902. Wheelchair marathon (5 km)
  903. When "Engishiki" (the codes and procedures on national rites and prayers established in the middle of the Heian period) were in effect, students also had to learn "Hachijuichi Nankyo" (a Chinese classic on acupuncture) and "Taiso" (the commentary of Yellow Emperor's Inner Canon, written by Yang Shang Shau).
  904. When "Irie Production" dissolved a partnership with Shinko Cinema in 1935, the studio was closed down.
  905. When "Karatsu" is written in Chinese characters, it means 'a Port leading to China.'
  906. When "Kutsurogi" (relaxing) is written as Kogaki (a special phrase that specifically describes how the Noh is to be played), the score becomes a special one, making the shite relax at Hashigakari (the entrance portion of a main Noh stage).
  907. When "Megumi no kenka" (literally, fighting by "megumi" group) was performed in Osaka in the Taisho period, the curtain was closed for a scene in which tobi (firemen) and sumo wrestlers taunt each other.
  908. When "Nanakusashu," a collection of Shiki's works including Chinese-style poetry and haiku, was passed round the classmates, Soseki added his comment in Chinese at the end of the collection, which was the beginning of real friendship between Shiki and Soseki.
  909. When "The History of Kofu City" was compiled in 1966, "Kai-Takeda-shi bunshomokuroku" (list of documents about Kai-Takeda clan) was included in "Kofu-shi shiryoumokuroku" (list of historical materials in the history of Kofu City).
  910. When "The Kokumin Shinbun" (The newspaper of the national public) had a popular vote on who was the competent businessman in 1909, he topped the list.
  911. When "Ukigumo" (Floating Clouds) directed by Mikio NARUSE was much talked about, Mizoguchi, strongly recommended by his assistant director at that time, saw the movie and remarked to the assistant director, 'Does he have balls?'
  912. When "shi" arises, "hi" also appears, and when "shi" perishes, "hi" also disappears.
  913. When 'Nozomi' was introduced in March 1992, at the outset 'Nozomi 301,' the first train starting from Tokyo, ran without stopping at Nagoya and Kyoto.
  914. When 'an unexpected new singer becomes a top-ranking star,' then an expression such as, 'this new singer transformed himself or herself' or 'obake shita' (transformed oneself greatly) is used.
  915. When 'fusuma' (襖) were designed at first, the surface were covered with silk cloth.
  916. When 'hanbakama,' an ankle length hakama, which was not used with hitatare or daimon, was worn, it was called 'kosuo.'
  917. When 'ken' was used, it was inevitable to express the length in the units of shaku and sun, because 'ken' had no special rule but 'it is almost equal to 6 shaku.'
  918. When '虎口' is read Koko, it means a battlefield or a dangerous place in an encampment in the medieval period.
  919. When 15,000 troops of Tsutsui, Hasegawa and Hori attacked, more than 500 castle soldiers fought against them and took them in a surprise attack with bows and guns.
  920. When 2000 to 3000 soldiers of the feudal government's infantry and Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate) escaped from Edo between February and April 1868, about 1100 soldiers of the first and second battalions of Denshutai escaped with Keisuke OTORI.
  921. When 8 years old, he was adopted by his maternal grandfather Morihisa KUMAZAWA, so he began to use his mother's family name KUMAZAWA.
  922. When ABE no Yasuna (a legendary figure) in Abeno Oji of Higashinari County in Settsu Province (present Abeno Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture) visits Shinoda forest, he saves a fox that is being chased by a hunter and gets injured.
  923. When AGO contributed to 'Atarashikisekaie (literally, to new world)' (published by Nippon CI Association), he added an item 'Toa Shisho.'
  924. When ASHIKAGA Takauji disobeyed the Godaigo Emperor and fled to Kyushu, Ujiyasu helped him to fight back.
  925. When Admiral Perry of the the East India Squadron visited Japan, this Kyoka (comic Tanka) was created: 'Jokisen woke me up from a long peaceful sleep, only four of them but kept me awake all night.'
  926. When Aizu Clan soldiers pointed their spears at him, SERIZAWA composedly fanned the tips of the spears with his iron-ribbed fan and laughed.
  927. When Aizu Wakamatsu-jo Castle surrendered to the new government on November 6 (表記の変更), an uprising known as Aizu Yonaoshi Ikki broke out (particularly the insurgence was intense in the areas that escaped from having been involved in the Aizu War), and it extended to almost all the territory of the domain.
  928. When Aizu War broke out, Old Shogunate military which had withdrawn to Sendai joined the fleet with Takeaki ENOMOTO as its commander.
  929. When Ajishikitakahikone visited the funeral, the father and mother of Amenowakahiko held Ajishikitakahikone, saying, 'our son hasn't died, he's alive,' because Ajishikitakahikone looked just like Amenowakahiko.
  930. When Ajisukitakahikone, the brother of Shitateruhime, came to pay his respects, his striking resemblance to Amenowakahiko caused the father and wife of Amenowakahiko to embrace him, saying, 'Amenowakahiko is alive'.
  931. When Ajisukitakahikone, whose appearance so closely resembled that of Amenowakahiko, visited the funeral, Amatsukunitama no kami mistook him for his own son returned from the dead and rejoiced.
  932. When Akae had a secret meeting with Prince Arima in December 8, an armrest was broken; therefore they regarded the event as ominous, and they swore to support each other.
  933. When Akifusa came back, Ietsugu was so happy and hugged Akifusa.
  934. When Akifusa went out for some business and came back, Ietsugu said 'let's go out and welcome Echizen back (Akifusa)' and waited for him outside.
  935. When Akiie KITABATAKE won the strong trust of Emperor Godaigo and was permitted to live in Taga-jo Castle due to his performance on the battlefield, Munehiro was appointed to district magistrate and also the ruler of the Oshu area.
  936. When Akinari published his first ukiyo zoshi, "Shodo kikimimi sekenzaru" in 1766, Teisho TSUGA brought out "Shigeshige Yawa."
  937. When Akira KUROSAWA as the Japanese-side director of the US-Japan joint movie "Tora! Tora! Tora!" decided to drop out in 1970, Toshio MATSUDA as the successor of Kurosawa strongly appeals to Kinji to a accept joint directorship.
  938. When Akitsuna was the guard of Hioka, Masanori FUKUSHIMA, the lord of Hiroshima-jo Castle in Aki Province, dispatched his chief retainer Kaemon SAKUMA as a messenger to Ieyasu who was staying at Fushimi-jo Castle.
  939. When Ako-jo Castle was closed off, he stayed at 綿屋善右衛門's house on Takakura-dori Street in Kyoto as 綿屋善右衛門 was a purveyor of the Asano family.
  940. When Amaterasu Omikami (The Sun Goddess) was born, she was ordered to rule Takamanohara.
  941. When Amaterasu Omikami hid herself in the Ama no iwato (cave of heaven), the world became dark. Embarrassed by this, the deities gathered at Ama no Yasukawa to hold a conference.
  942. When Amaterasu Omikami made a narrow opening in the rock gate, she saw a reflection of herself in the mirror.
  943. When Amaterasu Omikami slightly opened the cave, he and Futodama showed her a mirror.
  944. When Amaterasu and Susano made an oath, according to Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters), she gave birth to three goddesses from a Totsuka no Tsurugi which Susano had.
  945. When Amaterasu asked Yaoyorozu no kami who should be sent this time, Omoikane and Yaoyorozu no kami answered, 'Itsunoohabari, or his son, Takemikazuchi should.'
  946. When Amaterasu challenged Susanoo to prove his good faith at Amanomanai (the 'ukei' of Amaterasu and Susanoo), five male and three female deities were produced from Susanoo's sword (the female deities are collectively called Munakata Sanjoshin), and Ichikishimahime is one of them.
  947. When Amaterasu made a small opening in the rock, the mirror reflected her face, drawing her attention and successfully making her come out of the cave, thus bringing light back to the world.
  948. When Amaterasu shut herself in "Ama no iwato" (Cave of heaven), Takamimusubi ordered legions of deities to lure Amaterasu out and brought her back whereas Kamimusubi resuscitated Okuninushi, who had been murdered.
  949. When Amenohiboko brought home the ball and placed it on the floor, the ball turned into a beautiful girl.
  950. When Amenokumahito brought all of these back, Amaterasu Omikami was delighted, and used these as seeds in the fields, believing that they were foods necessary for people to live.
  951. When Amenouzume declared, "A deity nobler than you has been born," the resulting laughter enticed Amaterasu Omikami to open the iwato a little in order to take a peek.
  952. When Amenowakahiko was killed by an arrow flung back from Takamanohara, Shitateruhime's wailing voice reached the heaven (or Takamanohara in "Kojiki").
  953. When Arikuni was young, he went to Kyushu with his father, Sukemichi, who had been appointed to Buzen Province.
  954. When Aritomo YAMAGATA's plan of establishing goshimpei (army to convoy the Emperor) surfaced, Okubo went to Kagoshima as the Imperial envoy along with Tomomi IWAKURA and successfully persuaded Saigo to serve the government in order to establish goshimpei.
  955. When Ariyo carried out a foretelling for Yoshimitsu in 1399, he said that there were indications of a war brewing; Yoshimitsu made preparations, at which time, news of the Oei-War arrived.
  956. When Ariyori went hunting, taking his father's white hawk without permission, a bear suddenly appeared and scared the hawk away.
  957. When Ashihara no Nakatsukuni (literally, "Central Land of Reed Plains," which refers to the human world) was pacified, Omoikane selected the god to be sent to Ashihara no Nakatsukuni.
  958. When Ashihara no Nakatsukuni (literally, "Central Land of Reed Plains," which refers to the human world) was pacified, he was ordered by Amaterasu to come down from the celestial world and govern it.
  959. When Ashinagachoji is burned and produced, it shows long pattern and Nioiashi (a pattern with small grains) ahead of Nieashi (a pattern with large grains) seems to go through the tip of blade.
  960. When Azuma-asobi is performed as court music and dance, it is performed as an uho yonin-mai (which literally means "four-dancer performance at the right-hand side," representing a Japanese court dance and music style with four performers) or a rokunin-mai (six-dancer performance).
  961. When B?ckmann came to Japan, he undertook the grandiose project of city planning of Tokyo; it was to set the center of the capital around the area from Tsukiji to Kasumigaseki, and to place buildings, such as a central station, a theater, a venue for exhibitions, government offices, a new palace and a congress hall.
  962. When Baisao was seventy, he returned to his native province under the law that one had to return once every ten years, and himself requested that he be allowed to return to secular life, obtaining permission to do so from the provincial authorities.
  963. When Bansha no goku (Imprisonment of scholars of Western learning) occurred, Sanei, having heard of the imprisonment of Kanan and Choei, killed himself.
  964. When Benkei agrees, he cautions Benkei not to forget.
  965. When Benkei asks if he could arrange a boat secretly, the fisherman says that a fast boat is available.
  966. When Benkei tells Togashi that they are on the road soliciting contributions to reconstruct the burned-down Todai-ji Temple, Togashi orders him to read out the kanjincho, the statement for donation.
  967. When Benten Daiba (Cape Benten Battery) surrendered on June 24, 1869, Jingoro was ordered not to leave the place.
  968. When Britain's Queen Elizabeth II made an official visit to Japan in 1975, she made a request to visit the rock garden.
  969. When Buddha achieved nirvana, most of mankind saw the human world as constant despite being mujo, happiness despite being full of suffering, themselves as not selfish despite being selfish, and considered impure as pure.
  970. When Buddhism and Shintoism split in 1868, the shrine separated from Kume-dera Temple and the name was changed to Kumenomiagata-jinja Shrine in the mid Meiji period.
  971. When Buddhism was brought to China in the second century BC and temples first began to be built, it appears that Buddha halls were already being constructed along with pagodas used to enshrine Buddha's ashes as essential elements of a temple.
  972. When Buddhism was brought to Japan and became widely practiced, temple buildings were called Kawara-yane (tiled roofs).
  973. When Buddhism was brought to Japan and came to be practiced widely, temple buildings were called Kawara-yane (tiled roofs).
  974. When Buddhism was imported from Kudara, it caused a controversy whether to worship the Buddha or not, and the Soga family who advocated worship finally won out and they built the Asuka-dera Temple.
  975. When Buddhist scriptures were translated, the above-mentioned classification 'kuhon' was used.
  976. When Bungo no kami SUGI, who was reinforcing the south side of the city, was told of Yoshihiro's death, he cut his way into the enemy's formation and died in battle.
  977. When Bunya and Jubei reached the Utusoya-toge pass, Jubei knew about the money for the first time and asked for a loan for his master.
  978. When Changgong GAO therefore took off his helmet to reveal his face, the gate guard recognized him by his incomparably beautiful countenance and opened the gate; this enabled Changgong GAO to safely break through the besieging enemy forces and contribute to the liberation of Rakuyo.
  979. When Cheng Shun-kung returned to Ningpo, China together with an envoy monk of the Otomo clan, 楊宜 had already lost his position by 趙文華 and 胡宗憲 -- On the contrary, Cheng Shun-kung was arrested and exiled to Sichuan and imprisoned there for seven years.
  980. When Chikafusa became a priest to take responsibility for the death of Imperial Prince Yoyoshi, Tomoyuki became a guardian of Akiie KITABATAKE who succeeded the head family at a young age.
  981. When Chiten became the actual Emperor, the Emperor was called as if he was Crown Prince.
  982. When Chobei, who was so ashamed, but reformed, was about to cross Azuma-bashi Bridge, he ran into a man who was about to fall off the bridge to drown himself.
  983. When Chokyu-ji Temple was heavily damaged by the Muroto typhoon in 1934, the roof of its main hall was destroyed.
  984. When Choryu became ill and could no longer perform his duty, he recommended Keichu who shared the same interest for the task.
  985. When Choshi bore Imperial Prince Okisada (later Emperor Sanjo) of Emperor Reizei, Kanemichi became even more irritated and viciously slandered Kaneie in front of Emperor Enyu.
  986. When Choshi underwent Judai, her father Kaneie was still the Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), and this was the first case where the daughter of the non-Kugyo (court noble) person received the Senge (imperial proclamation) of Nyogo.
  987. When Chosokabe invaded however, they made a strong resistance.
  988. When Christianity arrived in Japan in the 16th century, the object of worship venerated by the Christians, 'Deus', was referred to as the 'Lord of Heaven' and the like, and was treated as a separate deity from the deities of both Shinto and Buddhism.
  989. When Chugu Anshi passed away, the affection on her disappeared.
  990. When Chunagon visited his wet nurse he unexpectedly had a relationship with Naka no Kimi, who happened to be there in order to avoid directional misfortune.
  991. When Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa, who hid himself from the Taira clan and fled to Mt. Hiei, went back to the capital, Nishigori Kaja Yoshitaka, a son of Yoshitsune, escorted him.
  992. When Cloistered Emperor Uda entered the Buddhist priesthood, Zomyo gave him the Buddhist precepts and conducted his ordination, with the Cloistered Emperor frequently visiting Zomyo at Saito-in Temple and Senko-in Temple at which he was based.
  993. When Cloistered Emperor Uda was going to add new buildings in the premises to make Higashi shichijo no Miya his Goin Palace in 899, a statue of Fudo-son was found in an old well.
  994. When Cloistered Imperial Prince Koben paid a New Year's visit to Tsunayoshi on March 17, 1703, Tsunayoshi mentioned, while chatting, that he was worried about the punishment against the Ako Roshi.
  995. When Cloistered Imperial Prince Shucho, the third son of Emperor Gomizunoo, became the chief priest of Nikko-zan Rin-noji Temple, Hirokata KARASUMARU, the second son of Mitsuhiro KARASUMARU, accompanied him and did not return to Kyoto.
  996. When Conspiracy of Nagayao occurred, Prince Isobe, a son of Prince Kuwata [Kuwata no Miko] who killed himself with his father Prince Nagaya (his mother Minabe no Himemiko), was spared his life and Prince Mineo, a grandson of Prince Isobe became subjects of the state to be granted the hereditary title of TAKASHINA Mahito in 844.
  997. When DC electrification was done up until Suruga station, the direct line trains from the Hokuriku Main Line or the Kosei Line are expected to be set up.
  998. When Dai Nippon Butoku Kai was established, he became a Kyudo grand master in the Nagasaki branch and, then, a grand master at the headquarters of Butoku Kai in Kyoto, where he moved to live.
  999. When Daidarabocchi who lived deep in the mountains in Enshu was walking with children on his hand, he accidentally threw away the children at the moment of trying to step over the mountain which was about as high as his waist.
  1000. When Daijizaiten was pleased and wondered, 'Who is this Yasha?' Buddha replied that he was 'the master of Buddhas.'

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