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  1. When Danjo, an expert archer, was going to shoot an arrow, Kiyomasa said, 'This is one-on-one combat, so let us fight openly and fairly with swords' and instantly threw away the spear he held.
  2. When Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the ninth) played this program in 1895, it became an independent play.
  3. When Danshichi runs for the passage near the end of the curtain, 'danjiri bayashi' (music performed in festivals) is uplifted in crescendo, which indicates Danshichi's impatient mind quite well.
  4. When Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices) OTOMO no Tabito was appointed Dainagon (chief councilor of state) and returned to Nara in 730, he separately went to Nara by sea.
  5. When December 28 falls on Saturday or Sunday, goyo-osame will be December 26 or 27.
  6. When December 30 falls on Saturday, financial institutions finish their handling of business at the windows on December 29.
  7. When Denzabur established "Denzaburo Fujita Shokai" (later Fujita Gumi, current DOWA Holdings), Shozaburo's name was listed as a partner.
  8. When Doeff went home in the following year, the compilation was completed for vocabulary entries from the alphabet A to T.
  9. When Dogen died in September 1253, his disciple Koun Ejo succeeded to the position of chief priest of Eihei-ji Temple and became the second head priest of the Soto sect.
  10. When Dohan resigned from the post at Ryuko-ji Temple, Dohaku accompanied him and went to the east region of Japan.
  11. When Dojimaru is five years old, Kuzunoha is revealed as the fox Yasuna had saved.
  12. When Dokaku was eleven years old, he was left at a temple of Shingon sect, he was believed to be an unlucky child.
  13. When Doshisha English School was opened on November 29, 1875, it rented a part of Sasuzane TAKAMATSU's residence (current Niijima's former residence) for classrooms and dormitories.
  14. When E1 series Shinkansen train-cars or E4 series Shinkansen train-cars, so-called 'Max' train-cars, are used, 'Max' is attached to the nickname.
  15. When EN no Ozunu (also known as En no Gyoja) and Unpen Shonin travelled to Kiyotaki at the foot of Mt. Atago during the Emperor Monmu's reign from 701 to 704, their progress was halted by lightning and violent rain.
  16. When ENOMOTO and others were drinking to celebrate the establishment of the Hakodate government Toshizo alone remained silent and said "this is not the time for jubilation."
  17. When Eby missionary came to Japan again, he built the Chuo kaido at Hongo, Tokyo (Bunkyo Ward) but it was burnt down due to fire.
  18. When Edo was being developed during the era of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, many peat bogs formed due to land reclamation.
  19. When Edo-jo Castle was surrendered, he joined Shogitai (a group of former Tokugawa retainers opposed to the Meiji government who fought in the battle of Ueno) and was defeated at the Battle of Ueno.
  20. When Eichi's lord Yoshinobu became Shogun, Eichi became Shogun's retainer and visited France as an attendant of Akitake TOKUGAWA, who was the younger brother of Yoshinobu and attended the World Exposition held in Paris as the representative of the Shogun.
  21. When Eigaku took over as the family head, Kyo Kano, serving as the official painter at the Imperial Palace, was playing second fiddle to the Tosa school and the Tsurusawa school.
  22. When Eigaku was the family head, the Kyo Kano also served as an official painter of Kishu Tokugawa family and the Hikone domain.
  23. When Eisho Disturbance (also known as the assassination of Masamoto HOSOKAWA) happened in addition to Meio Coup, the war in and around the capital became complicated and prolonged because the battle for shogunate of the Ashikaga clan was related to the battle for Kanrei shoku (a post of shogunal deputy) of the Hosokawa clan.
  24. When Eiso (Ming) was captured by the Oyrat force in the Tumu Incident, the Imperial Court enthroned his younger brother (Kageyasutei) and imprisoned Eiso after his return.
  25. When Eitoku became ill during his work on the Tofuku-ji Hatto (Dharma Hall of Tofuku-ji Temple) ceiling painting, Sanraku took over and completed the work.
  26. When Ejo decided to resign in 1267, a conflict arose as to whether Gikai, who planned to proceed with maintenance and restructuring, or Gien, who regarded the compliance with the relic as the primal duty, should succeed the position as head priest.
  27. When Emishi heard about Iruka's outrage against Prince Yamashiro no Oe and his family, he responded by saying 'you put yourself in danger.'
  28. When Emperor Antoku looked up at her and asked, 'Where are we going?' Tokiko replied, 'Let us go to the Pure Land of Amidabha.
  29. When Emperor Chuai was on his way to subjugating Kumaso (a tribe living in the ancient Kyushu region), Wani of Oka no Agatanushi (the ruler of Tsukushi region) and Itote of Ito no Agatanushi (the ruler of Ito region) surrendered offering Totsuka no Tsurugi swords to him together with Maso kagami (a bronze mirror) and Yasakani (a big jewel) respectively.
  30. When Emperor Enyu inherited the throne, Saneyori was assigned to the Sessho (regent).
  31. When Emperor Enyu put up nyogo FUJIWARA no Koshi as empress in 973, he changed Empress Masako to Empress Dowager and revived Kotaigogushoku to serve her.
  32. When Emperor Gensho came to the well near the Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards, he ordered ISHIKAWA no Asomi Kietsuoba, a senior court lady (uchinohimetone), to write the following snow-themed.
  33. When Emperor Godaigo ascended the throne on April 29, 1318, Tadamori was appointed to Yakuinshi.
  34. When Emperor Godaigo began the Kemmu Restoration, he was promoted to the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank) and the position of Okurakyo (Chief administrator of the ministry of the treasury) which was a key position.
  35. When Emperor Godaigo launched Kenmu Restoration, he was given Higo Province in appreciation of his late father's deed.
  36. When Emperor Godaigo launched the anti-shogunate movement, shogunal retainers of the Kamakura bakufu including Takauji ASHIKAGA and Yoshisada NITTA sided with the imperial court.
  37. When Emperor Godaigo of the Daikakuji Imperial line's branch family was banished to Oki after he attempted to overthrow the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), (the Genko Disturbance) Emperor Kogon was enthroned from the Jimyoin Imperial line.
  38. When Emperor Godaigo refused Fujifusa MADENOKOJI, who gave candid advice to the emperor about his ultimate decision, Fujifusa absconded and quit the government, and as a result the Onshogata stopped functioning.
  39. When Emperor Godaigo returned in triumph to Kyoto, Masashige greeted him in Hyogo to accompany him as a bodyguard.
  40. When Emperor Godaigo visited Yoshino in secret during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), he temporarily stayed in an angu (temporary lodging built to accommodate an Imperial visit) established in Kissuiin under protection of Soshin Hoin.
  41. When Emperor Godaigo was deported to Oki Province in 1332, 16 accompanying kugyo (court nobles) were deported to various districts from Izumo-Taisha Shrine.
  42. When Emperor Godaigo's Kenmu Restoration started, Masashige served not only as yoriudo at Kirokujo, but also as secretary at Zasso-Ketsudansho and Shugo of Kawachi and Izumi Provinces.
  43. When Emperor Godaigo's intentions became apparent in 1331, he raised an army in haste, however, he was caught by the government, and Emperor Kogon succeeded to the throne on September 20.
  44. When Emperor Godaigo's rebellion broke out, the family at first marched to Kyoto as the army of the bakufu.
  45. When Emperor Godaigo, who had escaped from Kyoto, fled to Mt. Hiei in 1336, the heads of thirteen families in Yasego carried koshi and took up arrows to guard the Emperor.
  46. When Emperor Gofushimi was sick between 1299 and 1302, Honen appeared to him in a dream and told him that he would recover if he recited the nenbutsu, and on doing this, his sickness was cured.
  47. When Emperor Gokomatsu learned that Shakunyo had a dream of erecting a temple, he permitted him to make 'kanjinjo' (a letter of temple solicitation) and gave him 'ryoshi' (special paper for writing).
  48. When Emperor Gomizunoo visited Nijo-jo Castle in July of 1626, Iemitsu and Hidetada went up to Kyoto with Hidetada leading many feudal lords and direct retainers of the shogun, including Masamune DATE and Yoshinobu SATAKE.
  49. When Emperor Gomomozono died, he only had a Princess who was born in the year he died.
  50. When Emperor Gosanjo visited Tenno-ji Temple in 1073, Suemune played the flute in gyoyu (Imperial court music) pieces on the boat and offered the Emperor a poem as a reply to one made by the Emperor.
  51. When Emperor Gotoba raised his army in 1221 in the Jokyu War in order to defeat the Bakufu, Tsunetaka joined the imperial army, and although he made plans for the battles, the imperial army was defeated in the battle of Uji-gawa River.
  52. When Emperor Hanazono came to know that Myocho was in the group of beggars, he instructed a government officer to post a notice stating that oriental melons would be given to beggars free of charge on a certain day.
  53. When Emperor Heizei was enthroned in 806, Kadonomaro's role as Togu no Daibu while the emperor was Crown Prince saw him promoted to the position of Gonsangi (a provisional deputy councilor) and then Sangi (councilor) while he also served as Shikibukyo (Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonies).
  54. When Emperor Heizei was stricken by disease in April, 809, he decided to abdicate the throne to keep out of harm's way because he thought the ghosts of Imperial Prince Sawara and Imperial Prince Iyo had caused his sickness.
  55. When Emperor Ichijo succeeded to the throne, Kaneie, who had great influence over the Imperial family as its maternal relative, was appointed as Sessho, with his lineage members taking the leading part in the Imperial government.
  56. When Emperor Jinmu set off on the eastern expedition, Nagasunehiko showed Amanohabaya owned by Nigihayahi no Mikoto to the emperor to prove that he was serving Amatsu Kami (god of heaven), but Nagasunehiko was killed by Nigihayahi no Mikoto.
  57. When Emperor Jito died on December 22nd, 702, a gososhi (an official who handled imperial funerals) was appointed on October 9th, 703.
  58. When Emperor Junna (the third prince of Emperor Kanmu whose mother was FUJIWARA no Tabiko, a daughter of Momokawa) was enthroned in 823, Momokawa was given Shoichii Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister with Senior First Rank) as the maternal grandfather of the Emperor.
  59. When Emperor Kameyama saw a moon move above the bridge, he said, 'It looks as if the clear moon were walking over the bridge,' so it was named 'Togetsu-kyo' (the bridge of the passing moon).
  60. When Emperor Kanmu ascended to the imperial throne, his younger brother by the same mother, Imperial Prince Sawara, was named as crown prince.
  61. When Emperor Kanmu died, he played an important role as a goshozokushi (a government official who handles important rituals).
  62. When Emperor Kanmu transferred the capital to Heian-Kyo, he wrote "此国山河襟帯、自然作城" (this country was surrounded by mountains and rivers from which nature formed a castle), recognizing that this country was a castle of nature.
  63. When Emperor Kanmu, who had close ties with the Hata clan, founded a capital in Uda, many temples were founded in present-day Ukyo, due to a ban on building temples in the central Kyo.
  64. When Emperor Kazan was about to give up his crown and to become an ordained monk, Seimei detected that through astrology, and as he tried to send an urgent message to the Imperial Court using Shikishin (a form of magic or divination) the Emperor was just heading toward the temple at that time.
  65. When Emperor Kinmei asked retainers about the pros and cons of Buddhism, Shintoists such as MONONOBE no Okoshi and NAKATOMI no Kamako were against it.
  66. When Emperor Komei was informed of this, he dispatched two doctors from the Tenyakuryo (Bureau of Medicine) named Tsuneyoshi TAKASHINA and Sadanori FUKUI to Osaka to give Iemochi medical treatment.
  67. When Emperor Komyo ascended the throne under Takauji ASHIKAGA, he was reinstated as Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state) and later played an active role as a skilled administrative bureaucrat of the Northern Court.
  68. When Emperor Konin was enthroned, Momokawa arranged for the Crown Prince.
  69. When Emperor Meiji happened to hear of this, his demotion from nobility to commoner was discussed.
  70. When Emperor Meiji moved out of Kyoto to Tokyo (Tokyo Tento, or transfer of the national capital to Tokyo), an express mail sent by horse came from Ise-jingu Shrine, which read as follows: 'A torii (gate) of the Shrine has collapsed. This may be a sign that the divine spirits are against the Emperor's transfer to Tokyo.'
  71. When Emperor Monmu died on June 15th, 707, HAJI no Sukune Umate who was promoted to Shogoinojo (Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) on October 3rd, was appointed as the Imperial envoy to Tusukuriyama no Misasagi along with SHIMOTSUKENU no Komaro, TAMI no Hirao, and ISONOKAMI no Toyoniwa.
  72. When Emperor Montoku died young, his grandson, although still a child, was enthroned as Emperor Seiwa, and Yoshifusa became the first Sessho (regent) not of imperial rank.
  73. When Emperor Munjong (Korea) ascended to the Throne (1450) as the 5th Emperor of the Yi Dynasty in Korea, he hastened to visit Korea to celebrate the enthronement.
  74. When Emperor Murakami ascended the throne in June 946, she was designated as Ise Saigu (vestal virgin princess serving at Ise-jingu Shrine) by bokujo (decided by fortunetelling).
  75. When Emperor Murakami passed away, and Emperor Reizei ascended the throne in 967, FUJIWARA no Saneyori assumed the post of Kanpaku Dajodaijin (imperial regent and grand minister); MINAMOTO no Takaakira assumed the post of Sadaijin (minister of the left); and Morotada assumed the post of Udaijin (minister of right).
  76. When Emperor Murakami succeeded to the throne in 946, he continued to govern as the chancellor.
  77. When Emperor Ninko died suddenly in 1846, it was kept secret and Masamichi was appointed to Jun-Sessho (associate regent) to save the difficult situation.
  78. When Emperor Reizei ascended to the throne, he was appointed as the Grand Minister (at the age of 63, in 'Miotsukushi' (Channel Buoys)) at the request of Genji.
  79. When Emperor Reizei was enthroned, the service of Kanpaku (Chief Advisor to the Emperor) was restored because of the mental condition of the Emperor, and Saneyori was assigned to the role.
  80. When Emperor Reizei was the Crown Prince, Kokiden no nyogo (Empress Kokiden) plotted to remove him and help Hachi no Miya to the throne; as a result, he was involved in the conspiracy, and was coming down in the world as the times had changed.
  81. When Emperor Saga abdicated and used the opportunity to move from his mansion named 'Reizeiin' to his new mansion, he expanded the channel to approximately 12 m at its widest and 1 m at its deepest.
  82. When Emperor Saga granted To-ji Temple to Kukai and simultaneously granted Sai-ji Temple to Shubin in 823.
  83. When Emperor Sanjo ascended the throne, Kenshi was promoted to Chugu without a question.
  84. When Emperor Sanjo died in 1017, Michinaga broke his promise and plotted a scheme to make Imperial Prince Atsuakira decline the offer to be appointed the Crown Prince.
  85. When Emperor Sanjo succeeded to the throne, Kenshi was made his Chugu (empress), but had no child, while Seishi had borne Imperial Prince Atsuakira.
  86. When Emperor Seiwa was Crown Prince, she might have been served at the Emperor's grandmother, Empress Dowager, FUJIWARA no Junshi's Palace.
  87. When Emperor Seiwa was enthroned in 876 and took up residence in the southern part of Somedono, the building was renamed and became designated residence of the Imperial Prince.
  88. When Emperor Shijo, Michiie's grandson through his daughter, passed away, Kintsune's granddaughter Kitsushi became Emperor Gosaga's Empress, whereby Kintsune became maternal relatives with Imperial Prince Hisahito (who later became Emperor Gofukakusa).
  89. When Emperor Shirakawa started the cloister government around 1086, the role of inshi, which made up In no cho, became very important.
  90. When Emperor Shirakawa started the cloister government, TAIRA no Tadamori became roto (retainer) of in no kinshin (retired Emperor's courtier) to approach Shirakawa-in.
  91. When Emperor Shoko became critical again in August and September 1428, the sixth Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA protected Sadafusa's biological son, Prince Hikohito, and asked the Retired Emperor Gokomatsu to appoint a new Emperor.
  92. When Emperor Shoko slipped into critical condition, he became a candidate for succession to the throne and received the title Imperial Prince by Imperial order on May 13, 1425.
  93. When Emperor Shoko's maid, Shin Naishi (lady in waiting) became pregnant in 1418, Sadafusa was suspected of having a secret relationship with her, however with Yoshimochi's help, he was able to avoid the situation after submitting Kishomon (oath documents to God) on July 17 of the same year.
  94. When Emperor Shomu (Prince Obito) ascended the throne in 724, Prince Toneri received 500 additional vassal households.
  95. When Emperor Shomu abdicated the throne, he touched on the circumstances at the time of his enthronement, and referred to Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten.
  96. When Emperor Shomu gave the order to build the statue of Birushana Buddha in Todai-ji Temple, there was a shortage of gold to decorate the huge statue, and therefore they had the idea of dispatching an envoy to Tang Dynasty China.
  97. When Emperor Shomu was enthroned in 724, his real mother Miyako was called Kotaifujin, but Chugushiki was established at this time to serve Kotaifujin Miyako.
  98. When Emperor Shotoku died, Uona quickly started showing his ability after Usano, who was the Sangi (councilor) at the time, enthroned Emperor Konin with FUJIWARA no Nagate, FUJIWARA no Yoshitsugu as well as FUJIWARA no Momokawa and expelled Dokyo.
  99. When Emperor Shotoku visited Yuge, Kawachi Province in 765, FUJIWARA no Tadamaro and Kyofuku KUDARANOKONIKISHI were appointed respective Kihei Taishogun.
  100. When Emperor Showa died on January 7, 1989, the ceremony was held in the Main Hall of Matsu (Pine) of the Imperial Palace just after the Emperor died.
  101. When Emperor Showa passed away in 1989, the national ceremony called Taiso no Rei (the Rites of an Imperial Funeral) was held separately from the Imperial Family's ceremonies called Sojoden no Gi and Renso no Gi in order to comply with the principle of the separation of politics and religion according to the Constitution of Japan.
  102. When Emperor Suiko passed away in 628, Emperor Jomei and Prince Yamashiro no Oe became the dominant candidates for the succession to the Imperial Throne.
  103. When Emperor Sushun, the father of Prince Hachiko, was assassinated by SOGA no Umako on November 3, 592, Prince Hachiko headed north by sea on a ship from Yura, Tango Province (which is now Kyoto prefecture) to flee from Umako.
  104. When Emperor Suzaku and Emperor Murakami both became believers in Buddhism, he served as their mentor.
  105. When Emperor Suzaku was going to renounce the world, he felt pity for the young and innocent Onna San no Miya, who had lost her own mother and had no guardian, and determined to marry her to Genji, who had been reduced to the status of a subject but had been made a Jun Daijo tenno (quasi ex-emperor).
  106. When Emperor Takakura died,. he was given sofuku (white clothes) for mourning.
  107. When Emperor Takakura was formally installed as Crown Prince she was chosen as his wet nurse in November of the same year.
  108. When Emperor Tenchi passed away in 671, his son Emperor Kobun and his younger brother Prince Oama fought, and the Jinshin War broke out in 672.
  109. When Emperor Tenmu died on September 9, Jikikosan OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro killed Okura.
  110. When Emperor Tenmu fell sick in 688, a rumor was circulated that it was due the curse of the sword.
  111. When Emperor Tenmu raised his army, his children, Princes Takechi and Otsu, escaped from Otsu where the enemy's headquarters was located and ran after their father separately in two groups.
  112. When Emperor Tenmu was buried in Ochi-no-misasagi Tomb, Miyuki delivered eulogies.
  113. When Emperor Tenmu was buried in Ouchiryo (The Imperial Palace's Mausoleum) on December 11, 688, FUSE Ason Miushi together with OTOMO no Miyuki delivered a eulogy.
  114. When Emperor Tenmu was buried in Ouchiryo (The Imperial Palace's Mausoleum), he delivered a eulogy.
  115. When Emperor Tenmu who had died in the previous year was buried in Ochi-no-misasagi Tomb on December 11, 688, OTOMO no Sukune Miyuki and FUSE no Minushi (AHE no Minushi) delivered eulogies.
  116. When Emperor Xuan Zong of the Tang dynasty suffered from malaria, a general appeared in the emperor's dream and killed the devil that had agonized the emperor.
  117. When Emperor Yuryaku asked their names, the leader of the group answered, 'I am the great Hitokotonushi god of Katsuragi, who tells fortunes, both good and bad.'
  118. When Emperor Zhengde (Wuzong) ascended the Ming Dynasty throne, the Ouchi clan sponsored the kenminsen (namely, Kangosen, the envoy ship dispatched to Ming Dynasty China) and monopolize all Zhengde kangofu which were issued.
  119. When Emperor holds the Momiji no Ga (the autumn excursion) to celebrate the Retired Emperor's birthday, Genji performs a dance.
  120. When Emperor's grandmother TAIRA no Tokiko picked him up while wearing a sacred jewel (one of the San-shu no jingi) and a sacred sword (one of the San-shu no jingi), having decided to commit suicide, the Emperor said to her, 'Amaze, where are you going to take me?'
  121. When Empress Dowager TACHIBANA no Kachiko invited a Zen sect priest from Tang China by sending Egaku as the messenger in 835, Giku came to Japan due to 斉安's recommendation.
  122. When Empress Jito ascended the throne, he was appointed as Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state), and afterward, he was promoted to the top position for the members of the Imperial family except Emperor and Crown Prince and the retainers.
  123. When Empress Meisho ascended the throne, it was revived and Empress Gosakuramachi also followed this custom.
  124. When Empress Myeongseong was assasinated in the Itsubi Incident on October 8, 1895, after Sino-Japanese War, many 浪人 were included in the assasination team led by Japanese troops.
  125. When Empress Shotoku passed away in August in the same year, Makibi backed up FUNYA no Kiyomi, and successively backed up his younger brother, FUNYA no Ochi as a successor, but he failed and fell from power.
  126. When Ennin was 15 years old, after hearing that Saicho had returned to Japan from Tang Dynasty China and founded Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei, he immediately went to Mt. Hiei to study under Saicho.
  127. When Eno finished preaching, he returned from Daibon-ji Temple to Horin-ji Temple on Mt. Sokei.
  128. When Eno, who was a footman and was not literate at that time, heard the phrase, he asked someone to write his poem next to the apprentice's.
  129. When FUJIWARA no Fuyutsugu had the Nanen-do Hall built at Kofuku-ji Temple in 813, Kasuga-taisha Shrine's Takemikazuchi-no-mikoto was held to be the Shinto version of Fukukensaku Kannon (Amoghapasa), the honzon (principal image of Buddha) of the temple.
  130. When FUJIWARA no Kinto prepared a "buruiki " (categorized collection of court events and practices picked up from past documents) of "Seishinkoki," he didn't copy the journal but directly cut and pasted pieces of the original journal, which rendered Seishinkoki totally unusable except for parts that had been moved to the buruiki.
  131. When FUJIWARA no Koretane became very ill, the Emperor Enyu accepted Johyo from a Sessho (Regent) straight away and FUJIWARA no Naritoki criticized this dishonorable behavior (that the Emperor did not wait until he received the third Johyo).
  132. When FUJIWARA no Michinaga became a person in paramount authority after the death of Michitaka and the downfall of his legitimate son FUJIWARA no Korechika, Teishi became a powerless empress due to the downfall of her family home, even if she was the mother of Imperial Prince Atsuyasu, the first prince of Ichijo.
  133. When FUJIWARA no Michinaga erected the Jomyo-ji Temple in Uji in 1005, Kanshu became the Kaisan (the founder of a temple as the first chief priest).
  134. When FUJIWARA no Michinaga stepped out from the political center stage, however, Kinomidokyo by regents and advisors were held less frequently, and by the following era of FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, the service almost never held at all.
  135. When FUJIWARA no Motohira was building a large temple at Motsu-ji Temple, he asked Tadamichi for a sample of his calligraphy to frame and hang at Kondo Enryaku-ji Temple (which later burned down).
  136. When FUJIWARA no Mototsune, the Sangi (government adviser) mentioned this to his father, FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa, the Taisei Daijin, the surprised Yoshifusa went before the Emperor Seiwa and defended MINAMOTO no Makoto.
  137. When FUJIWARA no Nakamaro heard this, he ordered one of his children, FUJIWARA no Kusumaro, to assault Prince Yamamura and to regain the Imperial Seal and the Ekirei bell.
  138. When FUJIWARA no Nakamaro's Revolt broke out in 764, the loyalist court faction dispatched envoys to close the barrier checkpoints in and out of Mino Province in an effort to prevent Nakamaro from raising more troops and to prevent his escape.
  139. When FUJIWARA no Sadaie lent a manuscript to someone, those annotations were copied and spread in public without his permission, and on top of that, some people criticized his opinions.
  140. When FUJIWARA no Takaie went to Dazai-fu to take the post of sochi during the Chowa period, he left Imperial Prince Atsuyasu, a bereaved child of FUJIWARA no Teishi, to the hands of Tsunefusa, according to "Eiga monogatari" (a Tale of Flowering Fortunes).
  141. When FURUTAKA was locked up in the Rokkaku prison house, the Dondon-yaki fire--which occurred at the time of Kinmon no Hen (the Conspiracy of Kinmon) on August 21--burned through Kyoto City, and the fire spread close to the prison house.
  142. When France leaked the contents of the treaty to the media to deal with congress and to boost public opinion, there was an outcry from the Qing dynasty.
  143. When Fudo Myoo asked Buddha how to deal with Daijizaiten, Buddha said, 'Revive him,' so Fudo Myoo revived him by reciting the Hokkaisei Shingon mantra (法界生真言).
  144. When Fudo Myoo called for Daijizaiten, he was surrounded by a dirty barrier so that Fudo Myoo called back Fujo-kongo, a dirty water kongo (Ususama Myoo), and made him eat up the dirty barrier.
  145. When Fujishima-jinja Shrine, a shrine which enshrines Yoshisada, was founded after the Meiji Restoration, it was donated by Echizen Matsudaira family (the family of Marquis Matsudaira) as a shrine treasure.
  146. When Fujiwara-Kyo was the capital city, Takemikatsuchi-no-mikoto was enshrined in Mt. Abe in the east of Fujiwara-Kyo.
  147. When Fukagawa geisha (geisha in Fukagawa, Edo (present-day Tokyo)) devised "taikomusubi" (a puffed-out bow of an obi), they also devised obimakura; it is considered that obiage was invented in order to hide the obimakura and to provide support for the obi which became heavier due to obimakura.
  148. When Fukuoka looked back that later, he said 'Yuri kept saying the word, keirin at that time, so I just left it. Keirin seemed to mean originally economy and finance, but it can be interpreted by each preacher.'
  149. When Fusanosuke was born, they had run soy sauce brewing business.
  150. When Fushimi became Chiten, he worked diligently for advancement and continued to expand the court management system and actively recruited without bias towards family lineage.
  151. When Fuyo died, he collected the kodoin (a kind of seal) which Fuyo possessed, and made a hundred copies of "Fuyo Sanbo Shiinpu" to distribute them to related parties.
  152. When Fuyusuke was the head of the Shoni clan, the Southern Court (Japan) in Kyushu which included the Kikuchi clan and the imperial prince, Kanenaga Shino, was gaining power while the Northern Court (Japan), which was the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), was losing power.
  153. When Fuyutsugu died in 828, Otsugu who was udaijin (minister of the right) helped Emperor Junna who was born from FUJIWARA no Tabiko, an older sister of Otsugu's and Otsugu played a central role in politics, however, he was often sick and could not satisfactorily conduct any political work for days.
  154. When GODAI and others travelled to the continent, they also visited Montblanc's residence and enjoyed hunting together.
  155. When Ganjiro II died, Utaemon grieved saying 'he was a brilliant person and took wonderful performance with him.'
  156. When Gao Zong (Tang) had Hozen (festival of heaven and earth) at Taizan in 665, he participated in it with the chieftains of four countries; Silla (Kingdom), Kudara (Paekche), Tanra, and Wa.
  157. When Gekikyoku was separated from Shonagonkyoku later, officials belonged to Shonagonkyoku, Sabenkankyoku, Ubenkankyoku, and Gekikyoku, were called Jokan.
  158. When Genboku ITO, a fellow pupil, pushed him down a flight of stairs out of jealousy for his talent, he screamed in Dutch, 'GEVAARLIKI!' (Watch out!).
  159. When Genbun Chogin with the silver content of inferior grade was issued in 1736, minting of Ninjindai Oko Chogin was resumed.
  160. When Gengobei was drinking alone after the chugen left, he noticed Oman's kanzashi (ornamental hairpin) lying at his foot.
  161. When Genji called on his wet nurse who was also the mother of his follower, Koremitsu, to inquire after her health, he noticed that a moonflower was in bloom near the fence of his neighbor, sending a man for it, then his neighbor replied to him composing a waka poem.
  162. When Genji is unfortunate, she becomes his lover and bears the child that will become Empress Akashi.
  163. When Genji stayed overnight with Gen no Naishinosuke, he was attacked by somebody and took his sword to respond to the attack, but he made a grab at the man to find that it was Tono Chujo.
  164. When Genji suffered misfortune and retired to Suma to seek seclusion from the world, Tono Chujo was the only person to visit him, without fear of attracting disapproval from the powers-that-be.
  165. When Genji was paying a visit to Aoi in bed, the spirit of Rokujo no Miyasudokoro, who had been possessing her, appeared before his very eyes.
  166. When Genji withdrew to Suma, he requested to accompany him.
  167. When Genji's secret affair with Oborozukiyo was laid bare, she took it as an opportunity to try to exile Genji, who withdrew to Suma.
  168. When Genju KEIAN, who returned from the Ming dynasty, traveled around Kyushu, he was invited by the Kikuchi clan in Higo Province and the Shimazu clan in Satsuma Province to give a lecture; and later, he established the Satsunan school (school of Neo-Confucianism in Satsuma).
  169. When Gensho SHU in Ming sent to Imperial Prince Kanenaga a sovereign's message that SHU required to have Imperial Prince Kanenaga suppress the pirates called wako (Japanese pirates) that were active in Kyushu around that time, at first, Kanenaga refused.
  170. When Genten-jotei was introduced to Japan, it consequently syncretized with Myoken bosatsu and Ame no minakanushi no kami whereby having impact on Seishin worship.
  171. When Genzaemon was summoned by the regent, he discovered that the monk who stayed overnight at his house on that snowy night was Tokiyori.
  172. When Gnoten (palace) was built at this time and all the construction was finished, Hikone-jo Castle was completed.
  173. When Godaigo initiated the Genko Incident which was the second movement to topple the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in 1331, he quit the priesthood and joined the war.
  174. When Goguryeo was attacked by Tang in 661, he went to Paekche as a general of the relief army.
  175. When Gohanazono in ordered to compile the anthology, he was only 15, but had a profound knowledge of poetry and music, being known as a wise Emperor who made many poems.
  176. When Gonomiya (later Emperor Higashiyama), then having the title of Chokun (almost the same rank as the crown prince), was newly given the title of Imperial Prince between December 1682 - January 1683 (December, 1682 in old lunar calender), Mototsune was dispatched again to Kyoto as a felicitation messenger of the shogunate.
  177. When Goro SHIBA, a military man from Aizu and then a young boy heard of Okubo's unnatural death, he combined it with that of Takamori SAIGO and wrote, 'I am absolutely pleased that the two great men ended their lives in unnatural death, which was a natural consequence.'
  178. When Goryeo came under the rule of Yuan (Dynasty) in the end of the 13th century to the middle of the 14th century, the throne was transferred to a crown prince or restored in line with the wishes of the Yuan imperial court.
  179. When Goryo-eji broke down in Aburanokoji Incident, he ran into the residence of Satsuma Domain.
  180. When Goseibai-shikimoku (code of conduct for samurai) was establshed during the Kamakura period, it was explicitly written in Taibon sankajo (three basic rights of shugo, provincial constable) that obanyaku was a post to be assumed by gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods).
  181. When Goshirakawa opened his Office of Retired Government (In no Cho) in August, 1158, he appointed Nobuyori the Commander of his Imperial Stables, in charge of all Goshirakawa's own horses.
  182. When Gotoba abdicated and started his cloister government, Kiminori's loyal and studious manner was highly evaluated and he was given the central command of the court and government was the Shituji betto (chief officer) of the cloister government office.
  183. When Gunma Prefectural gubernatorial and Upper House elections are held, the festival is held in late August.
  184. When Gyoga returned from Tang in 782, he questioned Gyoga about the sect's doctrine and criticized his studies severely.
  185. When Gyokushu was 7 years old his father died, after that he took over his father's family business with the support of his clan.
  186. When Gyorin's kanmon was submitted, a question concerning whether or not Ise and Kumano were identical was raised and it attracted attention as the more important problem than punishment.
  187. When HIKAMI no Kawatsugu, a husband of Hamanori's daughter, Hoichi (法壱) rose in revolt in leap January, 782 (the Rebellion of HIKAMI no Kawatsugu), Hamanori was dismissed as Sangi (Royal Advisors) and Jiju (Chamberlain) because he was implicated in the rebellion.
  188. When Hachiro was captured, Kakunojo then came under the command of Takeaki ENOMOTO and joined with his comrades including Saemon KASUGA and Toshitsune MARUMO.
  189. When Hakata came under the control of the Kuroda clan after the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Soshitsu cooperated with Nagamasa KURODA to build Fukuoka-jo Castle.
  190. When Hama area covering the area in front of Higashi-Maizuru Station was developed, a road system was laid out in a grid pattern following Kyoto City.
  191. When Hananomoto-renga disappeared at the end of Nanbokucho (the Southern and Northern Court Period), the Kasagi-renga (a form of renga) that came in place of it was performed mainly in Kitanotenmangu Shrine without revealing the background of participants.
  192. When Harumoto made peace with Nagayoshi again, Nobuyoshi met his father after a long interval.
  193. When Harunaga MAEDA, the eleventh lord of the Kaga domain fell ill in edohantei (residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo) in 1808, Genshin UDAGAWA, Chosyuku's teacher succeeded in curing it.
  194. When Haseo prayed to the gods for help with his whole heart, a voice saying 'Get out of here!' was heard from the heavens and then the ogre disappeared.
  195. When Hatakeyama's army attacked Imoriyama Castle where Nagayoshi MIYOSHI lived, Hatakeyama's military strength overwhelmed Miyoshi's.
  196. When Hatsushio died in 1848, Jinmaku moved to Osaka and became a pupil of Shiroemon ASAHIYAMA.
  197. When Hayashikata or Koken enters or exists the stage, one side of the curtain is flipped instead of raising it to allow them to walk through.
  198. When Heian kyo was constructed, Toba no Tsukurimichi (Toba New Road) an extension of Suzaku Oji, was built, and Toba also functioned as the outer port of Heian kyo.
  199. When Heian-kyo was constructed, these rivers were converted into a canal along Horikawa-koji Street, which is the origin of the Hori-kawa River
  200. When Hidehisa SENGOKU later suffered Kaieki (forfeit rank of Samurai and properties), he became a vassal of Kiyomasa KATO.
  201. When Hidehisa took part in the Siege of Negoro-ji Temple to conquer Kishu, he picked up the bell 'the Legend of Anchin and Kiyohime' that had a shady history and had been left in a forest on a mountain as if it were spoils of war.
  202. When Hideie was transferred, he ordered two vassals accompanying him to serve in the Shimazu clan.
  203. When Hidekatsu died young in 1585, Hideyoshi's nephew, Hidekatsu TOYOTOMI (Kokichi) took over the domain.
  204. When Hidetada KURODA, lord of Kurotaki-jo Castle, rebelled against the Nagao clan in 1546, Kagetora was ordered by Sadazane UESUGI to subdue Hidetada on behalf of his older brother as supreme commander and eventually destroyed the Kuroda clan.
  205. When Hidetada died in 1632, he cooperated with Ujishige HOJO and Toshikatsu DOI as the control officer to build a Byo (mausoleum) for Hidetada at Zojo-ji Temple.
  206. When Hidetada died in January of 1632, the diarchy was dissolved and Iemitsu began direct rule as the shogun.
  207. When Hidetada only once had an affair with Jokoin, a maidservant in the Edo-jo Castle, he did not make Shizu (Jokoin) a formal Sokushitsu, fearful of being pursued by his legal wife.
  208. When Hidetada went to the capital (Kyoto) for his inauguration as Shogun, he led an army of 100,000 territorial lords of Kanto, Tohoku and Koshin regions.
  209. When Hidetada's younger brother, Tadateru MATSUDAIRA was deprived of his status and forfeited his territory in 1616, he worked as an envoy to transmit the order of domiciliary confinement.
  210. When Hidetake turned against Sanehira, Kiyohira and Iehira supported Hidetake, and Sanehira, being supported by Governor of Mutsu Province MINAMOTO no Yoshiie, attacked Kiyohira and Iehira.
  211. When Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI built Yawata-jo Castle during the Azuchi-Momoyama Period, the canal was built as part of development of a castle town to serve both the military function of castle defense and the commercial function of water transport in the Lake Biwa area (as a logistics center during the period).
  212. When Hidetsugu was stripped of his rank, Tomoharu continued to flee until his excitement wore down, whereupon he was stripped of his samurai status and his territory was confiscated.
  213. When Hideyoshi HASHIBA gained his influence after Nobunaga died in the Honno-ji Incident in June 1582, Kagenao supported Katsuie SHIBATA together with his older brother.
  214. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI (Hideyoshi HASHIBA) was given the territory owned by the ASAI clan as a reward for Hideyoshi's contributions to the battle against Nagamasa ASAI, Hideyoshi renamed the region from Imahama to Nagahama.
  215. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA asked him about his right eye, he answered "My right eye popped out when I fell from a tree, and then I ate it because it looked so delicious".
  216. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Mitsuhide AKECHI fought at the Battle of Yamazaki on Mt. Tenno in 1582, Hoshaku-ji Temple served as Hideyoshi's headquarters.
  217. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI asked the Gohojo clan to go to the capital (Kyoto) as described later, Ieyasu acted on Ujinori in many cases.
  218. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI attacked Negoro-ji Temple in 1585, Ogo engaged in the negotiation process with Hideyoshi.
  219. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI built Odoi (earth enclosure), an entrance of Odoi (Seven Entrances to Kyoto) - Kuramaguchi was established around the current Izumoji-bashi Bridge Nishizume.
  220. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI called hatagashira (head of armed groups) of the Omi Province on September 1, 1584, he was called from the Minoura-jo Castle and served Hideyoshi (according to another theory, it was Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI who called him).
  221. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI carried out taiko kenchi (the cadastral surveys conducted by Hideyoshi), he also established standards for weights and measures and established "kyomasu" for volume.
  222. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI died in 1598 and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA began to exert his power, Sakon considered it dangerous, and proposed a plan to assassinate Ieyasu to Mitsunari, but Mitsunari considered it unjustifiable and did not accept it.
  223. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI finished constructing Fushimi-jo Castle, he moved the shrine onto the castle grounds to serve as a guardian shrine.
  224. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI launched the Chugoku Conquest under the order of Nobunaga ODA, he served as a vassal for Hideyoshi and joined the attack on the Mori clan.
  225. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI of the force for attacking Chugoku of Nobunaga ODA attacked, Miki-jo Castle (Battle of the Miki-jo Castle), Tottori-jo Castle and Takamatsu-jo Castle (Bicchu Province) fell one by one, but the Mori clan narrowly escaped thanks to the Honnoji Incident.
  226. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI passed away in 1598, those systems were to support the Toyotomi government; however, the laws did not always function.
  227. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI seized hegemony, he returned to Osaka as Dokun ARAKI of tea ceremony, and there he formed friendly relationship with people including Sen no Rikyu.
  228. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI sieged Negoro-ji Temple, Hideyoshi's retainer, Hidehisa SENGOKU found this bell in the mountain.
  229. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI started his conquest of Kyushu, he recognized the difference in military force between the Toyotomi clan and the Shimazu clan and therefore recommended an early surrender.
  230. When Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI unified the control of the nation and the war period ended, the situations around 牢人 changed.
  231. When Hideyoshi acquired the Toyotomi clan, he became the first Kampaku that was not from the Fujiwara clan or one of the five regent families.
  232. When Hideyoshi came to seize great power after the Honnoji Incident, Miyabe formally became the lord of Tottori-jo Castle and governed 50,000 koku.
  233. When Hideyoshi died in 1598, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, who was the leader of the Council of Five Elders (五大老), started to distinguish himself and took the lead in negotiations for peace through the withdrawal of the army, which had advanced into Korea; subsequently, he became the person who virtually controlled the government.
  234. When Hideyoshi died in 1598, Oshima entered nunhood at To-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  235. When Hideyoshi died in 1598, Tadaoki, now a daimyo (feudal lord) of the military faction in his own right, was in conflict with Mitsunari ISHIDA and his comrades in the administrative faction and on good terms with Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  236. When Hideyoshi died in 1598, the family was able to return to the capital thanks to the intervention of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  237. When Hideyoshi died in August in 1598, Yukinaga returned to Japan in December.
  238. When Hideyoshi died in September 1598, he approached Ieyasu.
  239. When Hideyoshi died, he was given Daikanemitsu no tachi (a name of long sword) as a memento, which originally his grandfather Yoshihide had given to Hideyoshi with imina ji (a word of posthumous name), and the aristocrats of that time wondered the rum coincidence.
  240. When Hideyoshi invated Korea, Kagemune followed Hideyoshi and set up camp at Nagoya-jo Castle in Higo Province.
  241. When Hideyoshi ordered to suppress Christians in 1596, his father Geni unwillingly accepted that order and suppressed Christians who lived in the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) in order to follow Hideyoshi.
  242. When Hideyoshi suddenly died of disease on September 18, 1598, however, the only minister, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA immediately took emergency measures to arrange the reinstatement of Harusue KIKUTEI, who had been allowed to return to Kyoto, to Udaijin.
  243. When Hideyoshi was appointed as the chief adviser to the Emperor on July 11, 1585, Mitsunari was given the rank of a jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) in the Jibu-sho department.
  244. When Hideyoshi went on an expedition to the Chugoku region as a chief commander by order of Nobunaga, ISHIDA served in the war.
  245. When Higekuro later saw it, he cried, and visited the Miya's family to see her, but only his sons were given back to him.
  246. When Hikaru Genji and Tono Chujo (the first secretary's captain) tried approaching her, she would pretend to be interested in them as if she were a young lady, which would quickly disinterest them.
  247. When Hikoroku notices daybreak, he calls Shotaro over the wall, and he hears Shotaro's scream, 'Oh, no!'
  248. When Hikosaburo was two, the Boshin War broke out.
  249. When Hikoshichi OMORI happened to pass by the bank of Yatori-gawa River, a beautiful woman came out of the Jizo-do Hall and told him to make her pass the river; so he carried her on his back and as he reached the middle of the river, he felt like he was carrying a huge rock; the surface of the water reflected an ogre.
  250. When Himiko died, a huge tomb was constructed and 100 people followed her to the grave.
  251. When Hirobumi ITO, who was having a strained relationship with Emperor Meiji over the reform of the Imperial Court, was taken with illness, Empress Dowager Shoken sent an envoy on behalf of the Emperor to ITO and made an opportunity for the two to reconcile.
  252. When Hiroharu died around 1530, the role of the Kitajo family head was inherited by Takahiro, whereas the role of the Yasuda family head passed to Kagemoto YASUDA.
  253. When Hiromoto died in 1225, Chikahiro who grieved over the death of his father built an Amida-do Hall (temple hall having an enshrined image of Amitabha) in the residence of Yoshikawa, and enshrined the remains of Hiromoto with nenjibutsu (a small statue of Buddha kept beside the person) of MINAMOTO no Mitsunaka.
  254. When Hirotada MATSUDAIRA died in 1549, Yoshimoto sent the Imagawa army to Okazaki-jo Castle (Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture) and practically took over the Matsudaira family's territory and placed its kokujin ryoshu (local samurai lords) under his immediate authority.
  255. When Hisamitsu SHIMAZU came to Kyoto together with the army of his domain Satsuma to propose action plans in 1862, Shigetoku, who was released from suspension, went to Edo under the protection of Satsuma's army as a chokushi (special envoy) at the recommendation of Iwakura.
  256. When Hisamitsu SHIMAZU's soldiers went up to Kyoto in 1862, Shigeru played an active role in the Teradaya Incident as one of Chinbushi (temporary government post involving security enforcement).
  257. When Hiwadahime's grandfather who was the third regent, Yasutoki HOJO died, her brother Tsunetoki HOJO took his position at the age of 19.
  258. When Hiyodorio-jo Castle was constructed during the Tenmon era, Takanobu TAKEDA, the first son of Kuninobu, left Hiyodorio-jo Castle to his younger brother Matasaburo TAKEDA, entered Tottori-jo Castle and adopted a posture to confront shugo Toyokazu YAMANA.
  259. When Hoderi attacked Hoori, Hoori used Shiomichinotama and drowned him, and when Hoderi suffered and asked for forgiveness he took out Shiohinotama and saved his life.
  260. When Hoin is holding a memorial service in the yard of Ishiyama-dera Temple, Shikibu appears in the figure of the old days.
  261. When Hoki-ji Temple was constructed, the complex had a similar layout to that of Saiin (Western Precinct) of Horyu-ji Temple with the Kondo (main hall of Buddhist temple) and the pagoda arranged side-by-side (east-west).
  262. When Hoko-ji Temple (SOGA no Zentoku was the chief priest and it is now known as Asuka-dera Temple Ango-in) was built in 596, Eso lived there with Eji who came from Goguryeo and was addressed as one of the leaders of Three Treasures of Buddhism.
  263. When Hokusai was dying, he took a deep breath and said, "If the heavens make me live for ten more years,"' and after a while he said, "If the heavens make me live for five more years, I would necessarily be able to become a very true edakumi," stumbled, and then died.'
  264. When Honen founded Jodo Shu, he was criticized by old temples such as Tendai denomination and Kofuku-ji temple of Nara, and exiled to Sanuki province (Jogen persecution), but he propagated Jodo Shu there as well.
  265. When Honen passed away in 1212, he moved from Higashiyama Kosaka to Kitao Ojoin (Sango-ji Temple) of Seizan Yoshimine-dera Temple, which he inherited from Jien, the Tendai-zasu and the daisojo.
  266. When Honen was 63, he exerted himself as the officiating monk at the ceremony celebrating the rebuilding of the Great Buddha Hall in Todai-ji Temple in Nara City, and afterwards, on his way home, upon being invited by Ninku, he accepted, taking up lodging with Ninku and giving Buddhist lectures and sermons there.
  267. When Honen, the founder of Nihon Jodo Sect, became his disciple in 1150, he taught Honen Tendai doctrine as well as Jodo doctrine and granted Mahayana precepts.
  268. When Hongan-ji Temple was declining in power, seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA ordered Junnyo to do 'naked dancing' for fun.
  269. When Honnoji Incident occurred and Nobunaga died a violent death in June, 1582, the alliance naturally ended.
  270. When Honnoji Incident occurred in 1582, Hokuriku army had just succeeded in the attack of the Uozu-jo Castle, Uesugi's last foothold, after three months of siege.
  271. When Hoori explained the problem Shiotsuchinokami made a small boat and put Hoori on it, and he told him to go to the palace of Watatsuminokami (sea god).
  272. When Hoori told Hoderi about losing the fishing hook Hoderi reproached Hoori.
  273. When Hoori was sad and crying by the sea Shiotsuchinokami (god of ocean currents) came by.
  274. When Horikawa died in 1107, his prince (Emperor Toba) succeeded the throne at age four; and Shirakawa succeeded in strengthening insei relative to the era of Horikawa, where some originality in government by the Emperor was seen.
  275. When Hossho-bo glances through a gap, he is greatly surprised because Michizane SUGAWARA who he thinks is dead is standing there, however, he invites Michizane into the room.
  276. When Hossho-bo makes In (shapes made with fingers to invoke supernatural power) and chants Shingon (words to be chanted to invoke divine help), the fire is put out and, in the smoke of it, the ghost of Michizane SUGAWARA rushes away to the noh stage and enters inside the curtain.
  277. When Hossho-bo put out the fire using his supernatural power, the ghost of Michizane ran away.
  278. When Hossho-bo was praying to invoke divine help for the world, the ghost of Michizane appeared and said 'I was relegated and died due to a false charge and, therefore, I will become thunder and have my revenge on the Imperial Court precincts.'
  279. When I am at home, I pile the rice in a dish, but I place it on oak leaves now because I am on a journey.
  280. When I became a third grader, a student called Zenpei OGASAWARA newly joined the troop as a first grader.
  281. When I compare you with Sukeroku, he is a handsome strong man.'
  282. When I go to town and pass by the children, the smell of mandarins takes me back to winter.
  283. When I hear children playing, I am thrilled as my body moves.
  284. When I humbly accompanied to make proposals politely, he said that he would conquer Kagekatsu early next spring and therefore it is necessary for you to make good sense without a hasty action.
  285. When I hurried to reach the destination in the morning, dust kicked-up by the hooves of my horse was cleaned off by rain.
  286. When I look at the Shinobu grass growing on the old eaves of the Imperial Palace, I can not bear the current situation and reminisce how magnificent the glory of the Emperor was in the previous era. (Juntoku in)
  287. When I patted Tadamasa on the back, saying "You are young, but have good understanding of guarding", I noticed that he was wearing a protective vest.
  288. When I remember you and miss you, I come and go around your house crying like a goose flies by crying, but do you know about it? No, you don't (Kokin Wakashu 735).
  289. When I sleep alone on a cold night, small hail falls on the yew-thatched roof shingles as if it were breaking my heart into pieces.
  290. When I talked with my Sensei, it felt like taking clear water into my mind, which lost all cloudiness, then forgetting the way I go home.'
  291. When I think about leaving Japan for overseas just by taking the good things and leaving the bad things behind, I wish for Japan to become a good country like those overseas.
  292. When I was caught and brought to Akashi in Harima Province, I had a dream and saw the former Emperor and the people from the Taira clan sitting down in polite manner somewhere looked better than the former Imperial Palace.
  293. When I was thinking about such things on a winter night, the first early winter shower passed by, falling on the yew-thatched roof.
  294. When I was young, the yamabushi said to me "I used to visit Mount Omine from Kanto every year".
  295. When IYOBE no Iemori came back from Tang (China) in 776, he brought with him the annotations of two books, "Shunju Kuyoden" and "Shunju Kokuyoden," which were added to the small scriptures in 798.
  296. When IZAWA and KASADA hear the story, they become sad.
  297. When Ichiman turned six in September 1203, Yoriie, who had been ill in bed, fell into critical condition, then the Conspiracy of Yoshikazu HIKI occurred due to the rivalry between the Hiki clan on Wakasa no Tsubone's side and the Hojo clan, Yoriie's maternal relative, over the succession to the position of family head.
  298. When Ieharu wrote the letter of 'Ryu (Dragon)' with the brush in the practice of calligraphy, he used a whole sheet so extensively that he found no place to put a dot which was a part of the letter.
  299. When Iehira was the family head, the Togo clan came to have many rights and interests in the whole area of the Kawamura county, Hoki Province and established a firm position.
  300. When Iekiyo AKAI, Naomasa's elder brother, was the leader of the Akai clan, it grew to have the power to govern almost the entire region.
  301. When Iemitsu TOKUGAWA became shogun by imperial proclamation at Fushimi-jo Castle in 1623, Fushimi-jo Castle was destroyed due to the edict which stated that each domain could only have a single castle.
  302. When Iemitsu TOKUGAWA ruled, roju (member of shogun's council of elders) (Nobutsuna MATSUDAIRA, Tadaaki ABE and Masamori HOTTA) and sobashu (aide of the shogun) (Masamori NAKANE) forced the government by the military.
  303. When Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, the third Shogun, made his trip to Kyoto, Naoyoshi was garrisoned at Kofu-jo Castle.
  304. When Iemitsu died in 1651, she tonsured and left O-oku (the inner halls of Edo Castle where the wife of the Shogun and her servants reside) and entered Chisoku-in Temple on Mt. Tsukuba.
  305. When Iemochi came to Kyoto, he went to Kamo-jinja Shrine and Iwashimizu hachiman-gu Shrine to pray for a bright future of the exclusionism policy.
  306. When Iemochi heard of this news, he collected silkworm eggs from farmers and donated them to Louis NAPOLEON.
  307. When Iemochi left for Kyoto to subjugate the Choshu Domain, he asked Kazunomiya what she would like as a souvenir on his triumphant return and Kazunomiya asked him to get her a Nishijin Brocade.
  308. When Ienobu became Shogun, the eighth Tsushinshi came to Japan for celebration in 1711.
  309. When Ienobu fell sick in 1712, Ienobu called over Hakuseki ARAI and Akifusa MANABE on September 23.
  310. When Iesada TOKUGAWA became the 13th generation General in 1853, Utahashi moved from the Nishinomaru O-oku to the Hommaru O-oku.
  311. When Iesada TOKUGAWA became the thirteenth Shogun in 1853, he started to call himself Michi to avoid using the same character 'Sada'.
  312. When Ietsugu TOKUGAWA, who was a natural son of Okiyo no Kata, was appointed as Shogun, she was given Junior First Rank and came to be called Ichii-sama.
  313. When Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, the fourth Shogun of the Edo bakufu passed away without an heir in 1680 (the Edo period), Tadakiyo SAKAI, Tairo (chief minister), advised to have Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Yukihito from the Arisugawanomiya family for the next Shogun.
  314. When Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, the fourth Shogun, died in 1680, Tsunayoshi assumed the post of Shogun and she entered Sannomaru (outer part of the castle) of the Edo-jo Castle.
  315. When Ietsuna died without an heir, the next younger brother Tsunashige, lord of the Kofu domain, had already died by that time, and a younger brother Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, lord of the Tatebayashi Domain, was appointed as a successor.
  316. When Ietsuna succeeded his father as the head of the Tokugwa Shogun family, he was only 11 years old.
  317. When Ietsuna was taken ill his condition became critical around the end of May 1680, he adopted his youngest brother Tsunayoshi MATSUDAIRA, the lord of Tatebayashi Domain and made him the Shogunal successor on the advice of Masatoshi HOTTA, dying shortly after on June 4.
  318. When Ieyasu TOKUGAWA adopted Tokugawa as his family name, he represented himself as part of the Fujiwara clan.
  319. When Ieyasu TOKUGAWA entered Edo during the Tensho era, Heizaburo SHUZUI of Kofu went to Edo and asked Ieyasu for the right to control the Kenko (leather scale) business in Kanhasshu (the Eight Provinces of Kanto region), explaining the old relations from Kofu.
  320. When Ieyasu TOKUGAWA established the Edo bakufu, he took the posts of the family head of the Minamoto clan and Junnain Betto and Shogakuin Betto, and after that successive Shoguns continued to take the posts.
  321. When Ieyasu TOKUGAWA headed for Sunpu as a hostage to Yoshimoto IMAGAWA, Tadatsugu accompanied Ieyasu as the oldest member of the vassals who were following Ieyasu.
  322. When Ieyasu TOKUGAWA of the eastern military group won the Battle of Sekigahara, many daimyo families of the western military group lost their positions as well as their territories or were forced to reduce their territories, producing lots of 牢人.
  323. When Ieyasu TOKUGAWA visited Tsukuda Village in Osaka (present day Nishiyodogawa Ward in Osaka City), he took a liking to the boiled preserved foods made by local fishermen.
  324. When Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, who claimed to be a descendant of the Serata/Tokugawa clan of the Nitta clan, became the ruler of Kanto region, he hired the head of the Iwamatsu clan, Morizumi IWAMATSU, and requested him to submit his family tree of the Nitta clan.
  325. When Ieyasu abruptly asked his retainers at a party 'What is the most delicious food?,' each of the retainers answered; then, Ieyasu also asked Okaru who was attending by Ieyasu, she answered, 'It's salt.'
  326. When Ieyasu changed various feudal lords' domains in the post-war reorganization, those 'kurairechi' automatically disappeared.
  327. When Ieyasu conducted a raid in Kanto, he served as a guide, and was later appointed as local magistrate of Hachigata-jo Castle in Musashi Province, governing together with police sergent Mukawashu.
  328. When Ieyasu died in May 1616, he called Hidetada, Yoshinao, Yorinobu and Yorifusa to his bedside, but not Tadateru.
  329. When Ieyasu entered the Kanto region, Tadatsugu followed him to become daikangashira (head of Edo-period prefectural governorship (magistrate, bailiff)), the predecessor of Kanto gundai (a magistrate of the Kanto region), playing a leading role in Tokugawa's rule of their Kanto territory.
  330. When Ieyasu lost his calm and tried to go to Kyoto to follow Nobunaga, it is said that Tadakatsu was the one who warned, "Our enemies are in Honnoji, TOKUGAWA Ieyasu."
  331. When Ieyasu moved his domain to the Kanto region in 1590, Ietada was given a fief amounting to 10,000 koku in Saitama County, Musashi Province, and established his base at Oshi-jo Castle (present day Gyoda City, Saitama Prefecture).
  332. When Ieyasu responded 'NAGAI is at the lowest seat', and had him proceed in front of Terumasa, Terumasa requested, 'I would like you to tell me about my father's last moments.'
  333. When Ieyasu surrendered to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and was transferred to the Kanto region, Mototada was given 40,000 koku in Yahagi, Shimosa Province (Yahagi Domain).
  334. When Ieyasu was appointed Shogun on February 12, 1603, Nagayasu was given the rank of Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade and assigned to the governor of Iwami and also assigned to the attendant chief retainer of the sixth son of Ieyasu, Tadateru MATSUDAIRA.
  335. When Ieyasu was appointed Shogun, hearsay that Hideyori would be appointed Kanpaku at the same time was taken without any feelings of wrongness: therefore, Ieyasu could not ignore Hideyori, who might be appointed Kanpaku (chancellor) as Hideyoshi's child before his coming to age.
  336. When Ieyasu was informed of it, he got infuriated and ordered Hidetada to have troops take a rest and march slowly.
  337. When Ieyasu was on his death bed from a serious illness, Masanori visited him in Sunpu.
  338. When Ieyasu was transferred to Kanto region in 1590, Tadatsugu objected to the area of the territory assigned to his legitimate son Ietsugu.
  339. When Ieyasu was transferred to the Kanto region in 1590, Tadakatsu was given 100,000 koku, the second biggest crop yield among the vassals (Naomasa II had the biggest as 110,000 koku), along with Yasumasa SAKAKIBARA from Otaki, Kazusa Province (Otaki Town, Isumi County, Chiba Prefecture).
  340. When Imperial Diet was held later, at first election franchise for House of Representatives or entitlement of councilor of large taxpayer in House of Peers were given to many of such landlord class.
  341. When Imperial Prince Hozumi died on September 3, 715, ISONOKAMI no Maro received the highest rank among all the other vassals.
  342. When Imperial Prince Koresada was born between Kaneie's daughter, Choshi, and the retired Emperor Reizei, Kanemichi abhorred this event and slandered it to Emperor Enyu.
  343. When Imperial Prince Kose's father entered into the priesthood and elder brother Imperial Prince Takaoka disinherited the imperial prince after the Kusuko Incident, he was so young that he was not brought to justice.
  344. When Imperial Prince Morihito (later to become Emperor Nijo) became Crown Prince in 1155, Nakatsuna was appointed to Kurodo (sovereign's secretary) and served Togu (the Prince).
  345. When Imperial Prince Morihito (who would later become Emperor Nijo), who was adopted by Bifukumonin and was the foster brother of Korekata, was formally installed as the Crown Prince in 1155, Korekata was appointed as Togubo (Crown Prince's Quarters).
  346. When Imperial Prince Munetaka, a son of Emperor Gosaga, became the sixth Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") of Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in 1252, Shigefusa moved to Kamakura together with the prince to be his attendant.
  347. When Imperial Prince Norihito became Crown Prince on November 11, Kiyomori was appointed Togu no daibu (an official of the Imperial Prince Palace) and then became Nai-daijin (Minister of the Center) in November.
  348. When Imperial Prince Okisada (later Emperor Sanjo) became the Crown Prince around 986, Yorimitsu was assigned as one of his advisers.
  349. When Imperial Prince Tsuneyasu, a son of Emperor Ninmyo, became a priest and fixed his residence at the Urin-in Temple, Henjo and Sosei were allowed to visit the prince.
  350. When Imperial Princess Fuwa suffered from leprosy, she had a revelation from Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha) in her dream and went to Shimousa Province.
  351. When Imperial Princess Masako died, he married Imperial Princess Koushi, meaning that he married three of Emperor Daigo's daughters, which strengthened ties with the Royal family.
  352. When Imperial Princess Muneko was given the title of nyoingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the emperor or a woman of comparable standing) in February or March of the following year, 1159, Yoritomo was assigned to her as Kurodo (Chamberlain).
  353. When Imperial Princess Shushi was formally installed as chugu of Emperor Nijo in 1159, she became a Kisai no miya (empress).
  354. When Ingen was thirty-eight, Mitsun gave his position over to his disciple HIIN Tsuyo and left the temple, but Ingen stayed at Manpuku-ji Temple to inherit the dharma from Hiin at forty-five.
  355. When Insei started in the late Heian period, so many manors were donated to Chiten no kimi.
  356. When Insei that the Retired Emperor reigned as Chiten no kimi, a factual monarch, and performed government affairs started in the late Heian period, In no cho changed to an important political institution to express and embody Chiten's political wills.
  357. When Iruka began having the suspicion, he asked "why are you trembling?" and Ishikawamaro answered "because I am in front of Emperor."
  358. When Iruka stood up surprised, Komaro cut one of his legs.
  359. When Isami KONDO and Toshizo HIJIKATA (they were the main players of the assassination) came to the Yagi house for questioning the situation, Itosato and Kichiei were gone.
  360. When Isami KONDO presented himself to the New government army in Nagareyama City when the Boshin War broke out, he fought in the Aizu War, but broke up in the Battle of Nyoraido.
  361. When Isami KONDO, Head of the Shinsengumi, presented himself to the New government army in Nagareyama City when the Boshin War broke out, he followed the vice chief Toshizo HIJIKATA who went separate ways from the main unit of the Shinsengumi and joined the former army of bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) including Keisuke OTORI.
  362. When Isami KONDO, the leader of the Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate) came to know of this anecdote, he is said to have put his fist into his mouth after the manner of Kiyomasa, whom he admired.
  363. When Ishi became the empress, Michinaga accomplished an unprecedented great achievement, namely all of Sango (empress, empress dowager and great empress dowager) were his daughters at that time.
  364. When Issunboshi tried to protect her, the ogre swallowed him.
  365. When Itagaki was attacked by Naobumi AIHARA in Gifu City in 1882 (the Gifu Incident), Itagaki used atemi waza (striking techniques) with his elbow against Aihara's abdomen, getting injured himself, though.
  366. When Itakeru no Kami first descended from heaven, he brought a large number of tree seeds.
  367. When Ito climbed Mt. Misen (Hiroshima Prefecture) of Ituskushima on the way back from Korea during the period of Japan's rule, Sugihara gave him a collection of his poems "Toukaku Shiko" and Ito didn't know what to say.
  368. When Ito found this out, Ito gave Inoue a bollocking, 'You are just a secretary, so you can not deal with this kind of matter.' (Inoue's letter to Tomomi IWAKURA dated July 5, 1881)
  369. When Ito resigned his position as president and took office as Chairman of the Privy Council, the previous Chairman of the council, Kinmochi SAIONJI, took over the presidency.
  370. When Ito was murdered in Harbin, Okuma was sorrowed but also envious, saying 'he was able to die so gloriously.'
  371. When Izanagi (The Male Who Invites) fled at the appearance of Izanami (The Female Who Invites), who had become an inhabitant of the land of the dead, Izanami grew angry and set the 1500 Yomotsuikusa demons after him.
  372. When Izanagi returned from Yomi (world after death) and performed a purification ceremony, the three gods, Sokotsuwatatsumi, Nakatsuwatatsumi, and Uwatsuwatatsumi, were born, and these three god are collectively called Watatsumi no Kami.
  373. When Izanagi threw a hair ornamentation made of a vine, it bore bunches of wild grapes.
  374. When Izanami died from the burns to her genital organ she had received while giving birth to Kagutsuchi, the god of fire, Izanagi killed Kagutsuchi (from whose blood and dead body new gods were born) and buried Izanami's body in Hibanoyama mountain located on the border of the provinces of Izumo and Hahaki (Hoki).
  375. When Izanami gave birth to Kagutsuchi (the god of fire), she burned her genitalia, got sick, and eventually died.
  376. When Izanami gave birth to Kagutsuchi, the god of fire, during kamiumi (birth of the gods), and was ill from a burn wound, the god was born from the vomit (taguri).
  377. When J.O. Studio and Toho Co., Ltd. merged in 1937, Imai was selected as director in his second year at the company, which was an unusually fast promotion.
  378. When JR Tozai line opened, direct lines to JR Takarazuka Line and JR Kobe Line started to run.
  379. When Jakko was still alive, he built a shrine to enshrine Sarudabiko (Shinto god), which he worshipped on a daily basis, and it is said that he enshrined TAKENOUCHI no Sukune too (later to be called Shirohige Myojin, otherwise known as the White Beard God).
  380. When Jakusho, now a priest, was begging for offerings in a city, he came across his former wife, who harassed him by saying, 'I have been wishing that you would be like this (being in reduced circumstances) as a punishment for deserting me, and now I am able to see it realized.'
  381. When January 4 falls on Saturday or Sunday, goyo-hajime will be January 6 and 5 respectively.
  382. When Japan Sea was the center of commerce at sea before the Meiji period, goods landed from Wakasa Bay were carried to Kyoto via Lake Biwa, and then to Osaka via the Yodo-gawa River, which meant that there were a lot of important inland water ports in Shiga.
  383. When Japan adopted the old lunar calendar, the festival was held on a day around the Vernal Equinox Day.
  384. When Japan beat China in 1895, the Treaty of Shimonoseki was concluded in which Japan had Korea recognize the independence and autonomy of Korea.
  385. When Japan became politically unstable following the visit of Mathew Perry in 1853, he started producing gunpowder as he felt the need of military reinforcement.
  386. When Japan entered the Edo period, occasions to die in a battle field decreased, as the result of which close retainers, such as attendant, came to commit suicide to follow his dead master even when the master died of natural cause.
  387. When Japan introduced the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) used in Sui and Tang in China, Japan built its capital and castle under a strong influence of the designs of the capitals and castles in Sui and Tang.
  388. When Japan joined World War II, Japanese comic industry was temporarily forced to decline due to the regulation by intelligence bureau and lack of paper.
  389. When Japan left League of Nations in 1935, the South Sea Islands were incorporated into Japan's territories.
  390. When Japan mobilized all of the former divisions in the Russo-Japanese War, it resulted in a situation where there were no army divisions stationed on the mainland.
  391. When Japan surrendered by accepting the Potsdam Declaration, and was occupied by the Allied Forces consisting predominantly of the United States of America, the exclusion, disorganization and banishment of peerage, arming and militarism, and the democratization of industries and the economy were promoted.
  392. When Japan took part in World War I in 1914, the Imperial Japanese Navy conquered German Micronesia (South Pacific islands).
  393. When Japan was a step away from winning the Japanese-Sino War, European powerful countries acknowledged the significant risk involved and started considering intervention in Japan.
  394. When Japan was defeated in World War II, according to the international law of war at that time, defeated countries were not required to compensate for individual war damage and the Allies exempted Japan from the payment, which led to an international problem.
  395. When Japan was defeated in the Pacific War and withdrew from Manchuria, the Soviet Union replaced the Japanese presence and stripped the region of the industrial infrastructure constructed by the Japanese, and claimed the concessions of Lushun and Dalian.
  396. When Japan was under American rule after the Pacific War ended, an American car was adopted.
  397. When Japanese State Shinto was dismantled after World War Ⅱ, Kinen-sai festival shed its aspect of a national ritual, and now, it is held as a private ritual of Imperial Family in Court, and is held as one of common rituals in shrines nationwide.
  398. When Japanese and Qing warships met on the Yellow Sea, a the battle started with an attack by the 'Dingyuan' at 12:50 on September 17th.
  399. When Japanese economy came to a standstill in the aftermath of the Great Kanto Earthquake, he bravely visited the United States where sentiment toward Japan was deteriorating, and he succeeded in introducing the foreign capital of as much as 25,000 dollars, which was unheard of.
  400. When Japanese food is served, chopsticks are placed laterally with the tips on the user's left hand side.
  401. When Japanese guns were using the matchlock system, bullets were loaded from the muzzle (muzzle loading method).
  402. When Japanese plum is planted, it is called 'sodegaka' (fragrance at the side).
  403. When Japanese railroad service started in 1872, all the locomotives, for example Japanese National Railways (JNR) 150 steam locomotives, were introduced from foreign countries.
  404. When Jinshin War broke out, TAKATA no Niinomi was Syuto in Mino Province.
  405. When Jogaku Zasshi began, it was issued semi-monthly which later on became the three-times-a-month basis and, in 1887, it started to be published weekly but, ultimately, publishing frequency settled on monthly.
  406. When Joha finishes his story, Bupposo cries again.
  407. When Join was twenty-seven years old, he took charge of lectures in Kangakuin established by Jocho, his master, to revive the tradition of the Horyu-ji Temple as a temple of learning.
  408. When Jokyu War broke out in the same year, he held a fort in Kamakura as rusuiyaku (a person representing the master during his absence).
  409. When Jomin NANPO moved to Kencho-ji Temple in Kamakura, Shuho also moved to Kamakura and obtained Inka (Certification of spiritual achievement) from his mentor in 1307 when he was 26 years old.
  410. When Josei first became a monk, he lived in Omi with the title of Chikurinbo.
  411. When Joshi KOKUSHI surrendered, the Tang Dynasty appreciated his talent in tactics and had him serve as a general for the Tang Dynasty.
  412. When Jubei knew the truth from Kokin and Hikozo who run after him, he committed seppuku (hara-kiri) because he was afraid of his karma.
  413. When Junichiro KOIZUMI was the Prime Minister, he often used the phrase 'all matters decided by open discussion' from Charter Oath.
  414. When Junkei TSUTSUI died of disease and Sadatsugu TSUTSUI, his legitimate son, succeeded to the estate in 1584, Fujimasa started to serve for Sadatsugu but his uncle, Tonaga, resigned and left the Tsutsui family.
  415. When Junna died in 840 and Saga fell into critical condition in 842, this break up became apparent.
  416. When Junnyo was born, his father was simply the eldest child born out of wedlock of the seventh head of the Temple, Zonnyo, so the Hongan-ji Temple fell upon bad times and it was just a branch temple of Shoren-in Temple, which was under the umbrella of Enryaku-ji Temple.
  417. When Junshi entered the Imperial Court, FUJIWARA no Koshi was serving as Chugu at the inner palace.
  418. When Junsho died prematurely at the age of 28, his heir, Junkei, was only two years old by the traditional Japanese system and therefore Junsho's death was kept secret and a blind monk called Mokuami, who resembled Junsho in appearance, served as his body double.
  419. When Juroemon ARAKI arrived in Ako on April 18, Kuranosuke himself petitioned three times for the restoration of the Asano family and the reprimand of Kozukenosuke KIRA.
  420. When Jushi was renamed Naiju in 763, Jushidokoro was also renamed Naijudokoro.
  421. When KASADA consults his wife about this oracle, she says they can't change their decision because their daughter and the groom's family are counting the days, so if they reveal the bad fortune like this, they won't know what might happen, and the marriage is decided.
  422. When KIBINOSHIMA no Suenomiya no mikoto (Kibitsuhime Okimi), who was the Empress Kogyoku's biological mother, died in 643, she was in charge of the funeral for Kibitsuhime Okimi by the emperor's order.
  423. When KONDO and HIJIKATA, feigning ignorance, visited the Yagi house to hear what had happened, there was not a single trace of HIRAMA.
  424. When KUROSAWA was once asked, " Isn't Yojinbo actually Red Harvest?" he admitted, "Not only is it Red Harvest but I use HAMMETT's ideas so much that I should have really put his name in the credits."
  425. When Kaga-monto (followers in Kaga Province) knew about the order, they were disturbed and separated from each other and in 1531 Rengo escaped to Noto Province (Daisho Ikki [Big League-Little League War]).
  426. When Kagekatsu began to show a confrontational attitude towards Ieyasu TOKUGAWA with the chief retainer Kanetsugu NAOE, Nobuyoshi advised Kagekatsu to avoid a conflict with Ieyasu, and also visited Osaka to inform Ieyasu 'The Uesugi clan is not hostile to you,' making efforts to integrate them.
  427. When Kagekatsu inherited the rank of Danjo-Shohitsu from Kenshin, some say that the two relevant letters were written in Kagekatsu's handwriting; that is to say Kagekatsu forged those letters in order to justify himself (The History of Niigata Prefecture, The History of Joetsu City: Complete History I: The Medieval Period).
  428. When Kagesue returned Kamakura and reported it to Yoritomo, his father Kagetoki was suspicious about delaying the meeting for a day or two, and told that Yoshitsune must have had practiced fasting to fake debilitation, and that Yoshitsune and Yukiie were already allies.
  429. When Kagesue returned to Kamakura and reported this to Yoritomo, Kagetoki said that letting Kagesue wait for a day or two was suspicious and Yoshitsune must have used those days to make himself look weak by not eating, and he and Yukiie must be thinking in the same way where Yoritomo was concerned.
  430. When Kagetoki heard this, he gave a slanderous account of Tomomitsu to Yoshiie taking this as an insult to Yoriie and asked to condemn Tomomitsu.
  431. When Kagetsuna ITO, FUJIWARA no Tadakiyo, and Tadanao ITO, all retainers of Kiyomori, shouted out their own names in challenge, Tametomo said to them: "Since even Kiyomori is unworthy to be my opponent, I would hardly consider any of you as worthy foes--begone."
  432. When Kai and Shinano became vacant because of the Honnoji Incident (the Raid on the Honno-ji Temple (in 1582, in which Nobunaga ODA was killed)), the Tenshojingo War by the Tokugawa clan and Gohojo clan occurred with respect to the former territory of the Takeda clan and the Tokugawa clan, that won the War, obtained Kai and Shinano.
  433. When Kakusho moved to London, she moved to London with her husband and children.
  434. When Kamakura bakufu fell in 1333, his father Emperor Godaigo started the Kenmu Restoration.
  435. When Kamakura-kubo (Koga-kubo) Shigeuji ASHIKAGA, who was at odds with Kanto-Kanrei Uesugi clan in Kyotoku War, was searched and killed by the bakufu, Masatomo ASHIKAGA, a younger brother of shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, was appointed as new Kamakura-kubo.
  436. When Kamigyo Ward and Shimogyo Ward were created inside Kyoto Prefecture in 1879, the above-mentioned 'wards' were renamed as 'kumi' without making changes to their numbers, and became Kamigyo kumi Nos. 1 to 33.
  437. When Kamigyo Ward and Shimogyo Ward were created inside Kyoto Prefecture in 1879, the above-mentioned 'wards' were renamed as 'kumi' without making changes to their numbers, and became Shimogyo kumi Nos. 1 to 32.
  438. When Kamigyo Ward and Shimogyo Ward were established inside Kyoto Prefecture in 1879, 'ward' was renamed to 'kumi' with the numbers unchanged, resulting in Kamigyo kumi Nos. 1-33 and Shimogyo kumi Nos. 1-32.
  439. When Kamowakeikazuchi no Mikoto reached adulthood, a feast was held in his honor and Kamo Taketsunumi no Mikoto said to him, 'Give this Sake to your father.'
  440. When Kamuyamatoiwarebiko arrived at Kumano, a huge bear appeared and immediately disappeared.
  441. When Kamuyamatoiwarebiko received the sword, a rough deity in Kumano was cut down naturally and all the fainted army awoke.
  442. When Kaneie died in 990, Michitaka became Kanpaku.
  443. When Kaneie died, Michikane's eldest brother Michitaka became kanpaku (Chief Advisor to the Emperor), contrary to Michikane's expectation.
  444. When Kaneie's son, FUJIWARA no Michinaga, was appointed sadaijin (minister of the left), Akimitsu, being his cousin, was appointed udaijin (minister of the right).
  445. When Kanemori divorced his wife, she had already been pregnant with Akazome Emon, giving birth to her after she got married to Tokimochi AKAZOME, so there is an anecdote which says that Kanemori demanded parental authority, taking it to court, although the case was dismissed.
  446. When Kanesada's son Tadamasa ICHIJO celebrated his attainment of manhood, Kanesada granted Tadamasa to use a portion of his real name and recommended for Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  447. When Kaneto OKAWA, an old retainer of the Fujiwara clan, rose in rebellion by collecting the remnants of a defeated party in 1190, Mitsuyuki was summoned to raise an army for suppression.
  448. When Kanezane received a letter to recommend private inspection fromYoritomo, he said 'like a dream, like an illusion' in surprise (the item of December 27 of "Gyokuyo") and became frightened that he might be suspected of communicating secretly with Kanto (the item of December 28 of "Gyokuyo").
  449. When Kanin-dono (Kanin Palace) in Kyoto was rebuilt between April and May, 1250, he took charge of nishi nifu of zoei zassho (an officer in charge of construction).
  450. When Kanjo bugyo (commissioner of finance) Tadamasa OGURI planed construction of Yokosuka Iron Factory, he tried to cover the cost by the profit of recasting nibuban, therefore it was also called Oguri nibukin.
  451. When Kanjuro ARASHI was invited to Toa Kinema in 1930, members of the former Kan-puro company, including Yamanaka, also went.
  452. When Kanno Disturbance broke out, Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA and Takauji ASHIKAGA offered surrender alternately and he accepted it.
  453. When Kannon relieves people in this world, it changes its appearance in various ways according to the person's mind (character or ability to understand the teachings of Buddhism).
  454. When Kanya MORITA, the 14th played the role, his acting completely fell flat on the audience.
  455. When Kanzaemon HOSHINO achieved the record of 8,000, his tools were as follows, they say.
  456. When Kanzaemon appeared for the fight with the hem of his hakama (a kind of skirt worn over a kimono) tucked up and still carrying two swords, everyone grew suspicious and the sumo referee questioned him about it, but Kanzaemon replied as follows.
  457. When Kaoru asked him to guide him to Ono where Ukifune resided, sozu said 'it is difficult now, but I will guide you some time in the next month.'
  458. When Kaoru visited his mother, Onna Sannomiya, he saw her reading sutras, so he lost the will to tell her that he had gotten to know the secret, trying to keep it to himself.
  459. When Karakuni learned this plan he tried to kill Shioko.
  460. When Kashitaro ITO and others left the Shinsengumi to form a new group, Goryo-eji (guards of Imperial mausoleums), in March 1867, Juro remained with the Shinsengumi (there is a belief that he did so because of Ito's secret order).
  461. When Kasuga-taisha Shrine (Nara City, Nara Prefecture) was established in Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara), the Nakatomi clan called on Kashima no Kami for making a branch shrine and made the god its own ujigami (a guardian god or spirit of a particular place in the Shinto religion).
  462. When Katamori started as Kyoto Shugoshoku the first thing he did was lead Aizu Clan soldiers into Kyoto for an audience with Emperor Komei, and negotiate with the Imperial Court; at first he planned to keep the peace with a policy of opening up talks, even with anti-shogunate agitators.
  463. When Kato clan was forfeited, Katsunari and Katsutoshi acted as a shogunate government witness of forfeit of the Kumamoto-jo Castle, and at that time they took Seijo-in to Fukuyama.
  464. When Katsu prepared the scorched-earth strategy, he relied on the connections of his friends with in the towns' people of Edo, such as Tatsugoro SHINMON.
  465. When Katsuie arrived Kohoku at last, Mitsuhide AKECHI had already been killed.
  466. When Katsumasa was informed of his brother's death, he also charged the opponent's headquarters alone and made a surprise attack on Shigenaga HONJO with his sword; but he was killed by Shigenaga and his close retainers.
  467. When Katsunari changed his territory to the Kariya Domain, they moved together from the Kozuke-Obata Domain and later changed to the Mikawa-Yoshida Domain in Mikawa Province and to the Matsumoto Domain in Shinano Province.
  468. When Katsutoyo's command was reassigned to the territory of Nagahama, Omi Province in 1585, he was given a fief of 1,300 koku and became the Karo (chief retainer).
  469. When Katsuyori came to power, however, the powerful clans of Azai and Asakura had been destroyed a year before the Battle and the followers of the Ikko sect in Nagashima had been already defeated.
  470. When Katsuyori committed suicide, Nobunaga did not even cross the border, and stayed at Iwamura-jo Castle.
  471. When Kawaramachi-dori Street was widened in the 1920s and the tracks of the streetcars were transferred there, Teramachi-dori Street yielded its position as a main street to Kawaramachi-dori Street.
  472. When Kawashima no miko died in 691, KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro devoted waka poems, which are Nos. 194 and 195 in the volume two of Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves).
  473. When Kazuhime (Ienari 's daughter) was married into Narito MORI, Anegakoji followed Kazuhime and entered the Mori family 's residence in Edo.
  474. When Kazunomiya married to Iemochi, on her way to Edo through Nakasendo road, she took a rest with the Kosaka family in Shinshu, Kazunomiya's photograph was found which was taken by a photographer of Kosaka family.
  475. When Kazutoyo died in the fall of 1605, Kenshoin made Yasutoyo the guardian of Tadayoshi, left Tosa in six months, resided near Myoshin-ji Temple where Hiroi lived, and spent the rest of her life in Kyoto.
  476. When Keage Power Plant on Lake Biwa Canal started its city-run business, Kyoto Dento applied in 1892 to have its power supply from Keage Power Plant in order to stop thermal power generation, and their application was accepted.
  477. When Keigetsu died of illness at the age of 57 on June 11, 1911, Akiko contributed a memoir to the newspaper "Kanagawa Boeki Shimpo."
  478. When Keihoku-cho was absorbed into Kyoto City, this foundation took over the municipal bus operations.
  479. When Keijun attacked Kunitomo-jo Castle of the Azai side as a proof of his betrayal, he was shot and injured.
  480. When Keisuke YAMANAMI committed hara-kiri, Ito composed four waka poems.
  481. When Kennin-ji Temple was founded, it also served as a center for the Tendai and Shingon sects in addition to the Zen sect.
  482. When Kenshi underwent Judai, the former Emperor Ichijo was still alive, but the Imperial Prince Atsuhira (Emperor Goichijo) of her older sister, Shoshi was already determined to be the next crown prince.
  483. When Kenshin UESUGI died in 1578, threats to Nobunaga were completely gone.
  484. When Kenshin died in 1578, he entered the priesthood in Aki Province and adopted the name Yoshibayashi.
  485. When Kenshin went to Kyoto in 1553 during Kanamari's assignment in Kyoto, he succeeded, after a struggle in securing an audience with the Emperor Gonara.
  486. When Kimura first opened his ramen stall, he sold Torigara Baitan Ramen (ramen with a whitish chicken-bone soup) common in Kyoto (what Kyoto people call kotteri, or thick type, ramen).
  487. When Kinga's father began to work in Edo, Kinga started learning Kogigaku (study of pursuing ancient meanings of Confucius and Mencius based on their original texts, by Jinsai ITO's Ancient Meaning school) under Yuho KAWAGUCHI who was Jinsai ITO's disciple and whom Kinga had been on friendly terms for a long time.
  488. When Kinmo DAI reconciled with the Tang Dynasty, envoys no longer implied military activities and were carried out for the sole purpose of cultural exchange and economic activities.
  489. When Kintsune was caught by Retired Emperor Gotoba immediately before the Jokyu War, Nagahira secretly sent a messenger to the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to inform that the Retired Emperor killed Kyoto military governor Mitsusue IGA and schemed to raise an army.
  490. When Kishi SAIONJI became Empress Dowager in 1333, he became Kotaigo Gon no daibu (provisional master of the Kotaigo's household), but resigned the post when she died in the same year.
  491. When Kitagaki assumed the position of governor of Kyoto Prefecture, the town of Kyoto was losing its liveliness as an urban community because of population drain to Tokyo, Osaka and so on, which was caused by the transfer of the capital to Tokyo, and so on; and also because of industrial recession.
  492. When Kitayama-dori Street was constructed in 1970, the station was moved about 100 meters south and the office was moved to a spot adjacent to the toilets in the current building.
  493. When Kiyokawa schemed to have the Roshigumi return to Edo, he stayed in Kyoto with Serizawa, Isamu KONDO among others.
  494. When Kiyomasa ruled a territory of 240,000 koku crop yields in the northern part of Higo Province, a rebellion led by powerful local families occurred in Amakusa, the territory of Yukinaga KONISHI.
  495. When Kiyomori returned to his home ground of Rokuhara house in Kyoto, Emperor Nijo's aide approached Kiyomori and the two secretly formed an alliance.
  496. When Kiyotaka KURODA died, he took on the role of chairman of the funeral ceremony, going over the heads of other high-ranked officers from the Satsuma clan.
  497. When Kiyotsune ADACHI was going to get the baby, Shizuka, crying in tears, wouldn't let him go.
  498. When Kiyouji who was once the steward of the bakufu fell from power in 1361 and joined the Southern Court, Sadayo was ordered by his father and came from Totomi Province to call for pacification.
  499. When Kobelamptei, a member of the Daiei Group, announced that it was opening the first outlet in Ebisu (Shibuya Ward) in 1993, Yoshinoya Co., Ltd. of the Saison Group immediately took actions to open its Ebisu Ekimae shop two door away from the first outlet of Kobelamptei.
  500. When Koharu stood up to close a window which had been kept open, a short sword was put in from between lattices suddenly.
  501. When Koji was called upon Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Koji exposed Hideyoshi's past action which had not been told to anyone, and caused resentment; Koji was captured and crucified.
  502. When Kojunin went to Edo-jo Castle to work, he went on foot, put on Setta (Japanese traditional sandals) and hakama (pleated and divided skirt made in fine stripes), and had two servants, i. e. yarimochi (a lance bearer) and komono (a lower servant) with him.
  503. When Kojuro NAKAGAWA consulted Saionji about the use of the name 'Ritsumeikan,' he was overjoyed at the reuse of the name and the spirit of "Ritsumeikan" (reconstruction of Ritsumeikan) and he gave him a large decorative frame of "Ritsumeikan and its history."
  504. When Kokei died in 1705, a funeral service was performed with all monks of the Temple attending, and his disciples of Kinmori, Kintoshi and Yokun (庸訓) assumed the post of fund raiser.
  505. When Kokumin Kyokai established a parliamentary group ・ the Councilor Society later, most of them transferred their registration, and some even transferred to other political parties ・ groups.
  506. When Koman is trying to stop him, Ryoshin comes back and tells them that his former master wants to thank them directly for preparing the money.
  507. When Konan gave a lecture, his voice was extremely beautiful and Shigeki KAIZUKA, Konan's student, stated in retrospect that he thought Konan's voice was the very 'Kinseigyokushin' (an extremely veautiful voice).
  508. When Kondo organized Koyo Chinbutai, Oishi went on a business trip to Kai Province ahead of the new army.
  509. When Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards) was established in 765, Naikyuryo handling horse boxes in the Imperial Court was departed simultaneously, and government officials of Konoefu basically took this position concurrently.
  510. When Konoefu was established on March 2, 765, the court rank corresponding to this post was set at Jushiinoge (Junior fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  511. When Konoefu was established on March 2, 765, the court rank corresponding to this post was set at Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  512. When Konoefu was established on March 2, 765, the court rank corresponding to this post was set at Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  513. When Konoefu was established on March 2, 765, the court rank corresponding to this post was set to Jurokuinojo (Junior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade).
  514. When Konoefu was established on March 2, 765, the court rank corresponding to this post was set to Jushichiinoge (Junior Seventh Rank, Lower Grade).
  515. When Korea demanded that Japan should hand over war criminals of Japan's Invasions of Korea, the Tsushima Domain handed over criminals in the domain (who had nothing to do with the invasions) as war criminals, after harming their throats with mercury so that they were unable to talk.
  516. When Koreyoshi was assigned to Iga Province, he called himself as 'Ouchi' for the family name, however, he was nothing to do with the Ouchi clan in Suo Province, which later grew up to be a daimyo (feudal lord) at the Sengoku Period (the Period of Warring State).
  517. When Korin was 30 years old, his father died and his older brother took over the family business.
  518. When Koshi died in 979, Junshi and FUJIWARA no Senshi, another nyogo of Emperor Enyu, competed for the position of Chugu.
  519. When Koso Tei (the ancient Chinese emperor of the Northern Wei dynasty who reigned from 528 to 530 AD) had Daruma's grave dug up, there was only an issekibaki in the coffin.
  520. When Kotoshiro nushi accepted it, Okuninushi said that Takeminakata no kami would reply next.
  521. When Kousei-kai group and Dosei-kai group were formed after the reorganization of parliamentary groups within the House of Peers in 1919, the Tea Party group, Kosei-kai group and Dosei-kai group based in Saiwai-club were combined and opposed Kenkyu-kai group and the Seiyu Party.
  522. When Koyo Chinbutai retreated in March 1868, Oishi went missing.
  523. When Koyo made a trip to Sado in 1899, he visited Niigata to see his uncle Yokoo (his mother Yo's elder sister's husband) who was a bureaucrat at the Ministry of the Treasury and the superintendent of a tax office in Niigata at that time.
  524. When Kozuki-jo Castle was attacked by the Mori forces, however, the Oda forces withdrew from Harima to make preparations to launch offensives against the Kenshin UESUGI, who resided in the north, and against the Ishiyama Hongan-ji force.
  525. When Kugyo was appointed as betto, it was called "Kugyo betto", and when Shii (Fourth Rank) was appointed, it was called "Shii betto."
  526. When Kujiko opened the door on the eighth day, Senju Kannon ryuzo (standing statue of Thousand Armed Avalokiteshwara) was installed in the hermitage, and he found that the pilgrim was gone.
  527. When Kujoin passed away in July in 1176, he was moved to the residence of his maternal grandfather, FUJIWARA no Suketaka, and was brought up there.
  528. When Kukai came back to Japan, it appeared in a ship and Kukai swore to guard Mikkyo, so that it was transferred by praying at the foot of Mt. Takao-san in Rakusai, Kyoto.
  529. When Kukurihimenokami said something, Izanagi offered praise and went home.
  530. When Kurodo was established and the authority of Shonagon became a mere formality, part of duties and authority of Shonagon were transferred to Geki.
  531. When Kurofune (the Black Ships) led by Commodore Matthew PERRY arrived off the coast of Urawa, the shogunate spy acted for investigation and it was the last activity of so-called ninja.
  532. When Kurosawa shot "Shubun" (Scandal) and "Hakuchi" (The Idiot) at Shochiku, he applied to become an assistant director by himself and was favored by Kurosawa because of his vigorous activity, and they kept in touch even after that.
  533. When Kusuko Incident occurred in 810, Kukai offered a big prayer for protecting the nation, standing on Emperor Saga's side.
  534. When Kyotango City was established, its population was approximately 67,000 and the city hall was established in the old Mineyama-cho town hall and the other five former town halls were changed into Kyotango City office buildings.
  535. When Kyoto Kotsu began the operation, the route was belonged to the national highway main route bus service.
  536. When Kyoto Municipal Subway was inaugurated, its main feature was the elevators provided in four principal stations, which were highly advanced installations for a Japanese subway at that time.
  537. When Kyoto Prefecture was established in 1868, the towns in Kamigyo, including the above-mentioned, were divided into Kamigyo bangumi (town unit) Nos. 1 to 45.
  538. When Kyoto Prefecture was established in 1868, these towns were organized into Shimogyo bangumi (town unit) Nos. 1 to 41along with the towns of Nakagyo Ward and Shimogyo Ward.
  539. When Kyoto shinjo was destroyed after the Battle of Sekigahara, she moved to the residence in Sanbongi (Gion) to spend her retired life.
  540. When Kyoto was in a comparative lull, he did a Noh performance at Shogun's residence in November 1536 after a long period, but after that, he did not have an opportunity to play on an official occasion for a while.
  541. When Kyoto was reduced to ruins during the Onin War, nobles and Zen monks relocated to the countryside, further spreading scholarship and culture in the provinces and advancing commoner culture as well.
  542. When Lady Murasaki hears about her from Genji, she feels jealous of lady Akashi because she doesn't have a child, but she is pleased to know the Genji's plan to adopt the baby girl for her in the future.
  543. When Lady Murasaki was taken away by Genji, Shonagon was also brought to the Nijo-in mansion as her caretaker.
  544. When MESSIAEN came to Japan in 1962, he visited various places in the country including Kyoto, and composed this 'Seven Haikai' by combining the impressions of those trips into one work.
  545. When MINABUCHI no Shoan, who had studied in China (Sui and Tang dynasties) started a school, Kamatari learned Confucianism there, and he was regarded as being brilliant as well as SOGA no Iruka.
  546. When MINAMOTO no Koreyasu, the Seventh Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians), underwent the coming-of-age ritual and became Imperial Prince in 1287, Yoritsuna turned to a reign of terror.
  547. When MINAMOTO no Morofusa was two years old, his father died, so he was raised by his older sister, Princess Takahime.
  548. When MINAMOTO no Sanetomo was assassinated in 1219, he went to Kyoto and brought Mitora (FUJIWARA no Yoritsune), who later became Sekke shogun (Fourth and Fifth Kamakura shogun), back to Kamakura.
  549. When MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, who had the title of the third shogun (general), was assassinated by Kugyo in January 1219, Yoshitoki HOJO, who was the regent to the shogunate, demanded the third son of Michiie, Yoritsune KUJO, as the fourth generation shogun since the mother of Michiie was the distant relative of Yoritomo.
  550. When MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi gave Hoemaru (also called Hizamaru), Shishinoko's kyodaigatana (a sword made by the same person), to his son-in-law, Kyoshin, the chief priest of the Kumano-jinja Shrines, Kogarasu, made as a replacement for Hoemaru, was originally about 6 mm shorter than Shishinoko.
  551. When MINAMOTO no Toshiaki, who had the title of Gon no Chunagon (Provisional Middle Councilor), saw this and suggested senko (departure of the emperor from the capital) since the Emperor should not be touched by Kegare (impurity), Emperor Shirakawa retorted while saying the famous anecdote, 'a practice is established by this case.'
  552. When MINAMOTO no Yorimasa of the Settsu-Genji (Minamoto clan in Settsu Province), who was the adopted father of his father, Nakaie, mobilized the army in 1180, he followed his father and was killed in battle by soldiers of Prince Mochihito along side Yorimasashu and Nakaie.
  553. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo established Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), as a reward for military service Tokihiro YOKOYAMA from the Yokoyama Party received a fief and was approved as the landowner of the Yokoyama-sho estate.
  554. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo established the Kamakura Government, the origin of the Kamakura bakufu, the lower-ranking government officials who were called on from Kyoto got its office job, and one of the Yuhitsu working there in the early period was OE no Hiromoto.
  555. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo established the Kamakura bakufu to head samurai groups in Japan, the Imperial Court granted the bakufu the right to judge criminal cases, for the maintenance of the social order (with 'Bunji Imperial permission' and 'Kenkyu law reconstitution').
  556. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo established the military government in Kamakura, Yoritomo allowed those who had been credited for their distinguished services among the Seiwa-Genji the permission to use the Minamoto family name, but he prohibited other Genji clans from using the name at formal occasions.
  557. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo headed to Kyoto in 1190, Tsunehide joined the force, and he was appointed to the new Hyoe-fu (Head quarters of the Middle Palace Guard) after his grandfather Tsunetane returned the position.
  558. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo raised an army against the Taira clan in the Izu Province in 1180, he heard an alleged plot to topple Yoritomo from Kagechika OBA, a retainer of the Ise-Heishi (Taira clan); he sent his son Sadatsuna to inform Yoritomo of the impending danger.
  559. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo raised an army in 1180, EDO Shigenaga, the son of Shigetsugu, initially fought against the Miura clan that was allied to Yoritomo as an ally of Ise-Heishi (Taira Clan), but later made peace with the Yoritomo and became a gokenin (shogunal retainers) of Kamakura bakufu (headed by Yoritomo).
  560. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo raised an army in 1180, Yoshishige took an opportunistic attitude for a time while his nephew Yoshikane ASIKAGA, his son Yoshinori YAMANA and his grandson Yoshinari SATOMI returned to a general's command at an early stage.
  561. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo raised his army in August 1180, Hideyoshi's sons joined Yoritomo's army, and Shigekuni was asked by Yoritomo to also join his army, but Shigekuni participated in the army of Kagechika OBA, who took sides with Taira clan, in the Battle of Ishibashiyama out of his moral debt to Ise-Heishi (Taira clan).
  562. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo raised his army in the Kanto region, the Omi Sasaki clan took part in it positively and gained Omi shugoshiki (provincial constables of Omi Province).
  563. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo rose in arms to defeat the Taira clan in Izu Province in 1180, he joined Yoritomo with his brothers Sadatsuna SASAKI, Tsunetaka SASAKI, and Moritsuna SASAKI and defeated Kanetaka YAMAKI.
  564. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo took up arms in August 1180, he fallowed MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's forces and went into battle as a member of the Minamoto clan.
  565. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo was routed with Yoshitomo at the Heiji Revolt, he got separated from Yoshitomo and wandered around the banks of the Nagara-gawa River, and stayed at the house of Hakumyo, the head of Ukai and satisfied his hunger by eating delicious ayu sushi there.
  566. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, of the Kawachi-Genji clan, was expatriated to Izu--a province held in the fiefdom of MINAMOTO no Yorimasa, of the Settsu-Genji clan--Tokimasa was ordered to keep an eye on Yoritomo.
  567. When MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, the bereaved child of Yoshitomo raised his army in 1180, Sanemoto participated in the army with Motokiyo GOTO, his adopted son.
  568. When MINAMOTO no Yoritoo, Arimitsu and Arimitsu's son, and a group of their people came to visit this place, it was presumed that the Komatsu clan used to rule this area.
  569. When MINAMOTO no Yoshiie attacked KIYOHARA no Takehira in 1087, he joined the war on the Minamoto side with his troops and attacked Kanazawa-jo Castle, Dewa Province.
  570. When MINAMOTO no Yoshikuni started to work in Kyoto, Tsunekuni was placed under his custody and later celebrated his coming of age with Yoshikuni serving as eboshioya (a person who put an eboshi [formal headwear for court nobles] on a young man's head on his coming of age ceremony).
  571. When MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka dispatched his legitimate son Yoshitaka KISO to Kamakura as a sign of reconciliation with MINAMOTO no Yoritomo in 1183, he and Shigetaka MOCHIZUKI accompanied him.
  572. When MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo moved to Kanto region from Kyoto, two Minamoto clans - Shimotsuke Province-based Yoshikuni and Sagami Province-based Yoshitomo - stood together in the region.
  573. When MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune entered the capital, he joined Yoshitsune.'
  574. When MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune seceded from his brother MINAMOTO no Yoritomo in 1185, he was suspected of communicating with Yoshitsune.
  575. When MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune stared off to attack Yashima the following year, Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa tried to stop him in fear of Tadakiyo' s threat; this reveals how powerful Tadakiyo was.
  576. When MONONOBE no Arakahi died at the time of Emperor Senka, MONONOBE no Okoshi, who was the male cousin of his father, was appointed as omuraji.
  577. When Magiri-yokome (officer of prison) Masahiro TSUCHIMOCHI worried that Saigo might have been annoyed and asked if Saigo wanted him to limit visiting, then Saigo answered "no, Mr. Kawaguchi knows a lot about both Chinese and Japanese classics and is worth talking with, leave it like this."
  578. When Magokuro let the spear go, that man died.
  579. When Makino began to produce "Chukon Giretsu Jitsuroku Chushingura" at Makino Production's Chubu Studio (headed by Masahiro MAKINO) in Nagoya, Katsumi collaborated with Makino as an actor by playing a role of 'Sakon TACHIBANA.'
  580. When Manjiro arrived in Ryukyu, Satsuma Domain, he was 25 years old.
  581. When Mansai, chief priest of Daigo-ji Temple, dispatched his envoy to the sick Josho, a person called Danjo-no-jo ODA reportedly received him.
  582. When Marimetsuke, a referee at the goal, raises a flag as a sign, each rider puts the stick down; when Marimetsuke flings up the flag, each rider moves forward at a trot to scoop his ball, and throw it into the goal as quickly as possible.
  583. When Masaaki SENGOKU, the lord of the Ueda Domain in Shinshu, which was the major soba producing area in the Edo period, transferred to the Izushi Domain, he brought many soba chefs along to his new territory and it is considered that the Izushi soba tradition began.
  584. When Masahiro ABE died suddenly, fudai daimyo who opposed to the Ansei Reform led by Abe began to regain lost ground and were supported by O-oku who opposed to Nariaki who called upon the tightening discipline of O-oku.
  585. When Masahiro MAKINO established the Makino Talkie Seisaku-jo and began mass production of talkie films in 1935, he often collaborated with Nikkatsu.
  586. When Masakado attacked Kokufu, Korechika surrendered and handed the Inji (royal seal) of Kokufu to Masakado.
  587. When Masakado started to call himself 'the new emperor,' Masatake was appointed to Izu no kami; however, his power declined at a stretch after Masakado died in the battle with TAIRA no Sadamori and FUJIWARA no Hidesato on March 30, 940, and eventually, Masatake was also killed.
  588. When Masakado started to call himself 'the new emperor,' Masatame was appointed to Shimousa no kami; however, his power declined at a stretch after Masakado died in the battle with TAIRA no Sadamori and FUJIWARA no Hidesato on March 30, 940, and eventually Masatame, his families and retainers were killed one after another.
  589. When Masako became pregnant with Yoriie, Yoritomo had Wakamiya-oji Street around Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine repaired.
  590. When Masako's father, Tokimasa HOJO came to know that, this skirmish developed into an incident, in which Tokimasa withdrew to Izu Province leading all his family.
  591. When Masamitsu asked Yoritomo the reason why Yoritomo called Naoie the bravest warrior, Yoritomo praised Naoie saying 'Because Naoie and his father desperately fought a series of battles to defeat the Heike clan, including the Battle of Ichinotani.'
  592. When Masamitsu entertained Yoritomo who was on his way to Oshu for joining the Battle of Oshu broke out in July 1189 at the lodging in Shimotsuke Province, the Naozane KUMAGAI's son, Naoie KUMAGAI came to pay a visit to Yoritomo.
  593. When Masamori succeeded as head of the family, the Taira family was not very strong, and served MINAMOTO no Yoshiie, under the Kawachi-Genji (branch of the Minamoto clan descended from the Seiwa-Genji).
  594. When Masamoto HOSOKAWA was in power and was bathing, he was attacked and killed by Magoshichi TAKEDA, Motonaga KOZAI and Nagatada YAKUSHIJI as close advisers who were deceived by the Sumimoto HOSOKAWA group (Eisho no Sakuran (assassination of Masamoto HOSOKAWA).
  595. When Masamoto was appointed as the military commissioner of Omi Province in 1491, Motoie was appointed as the deputy of provincial constable and stayed in Omi to attend to government affairs.
  596. When Masamune DATE intervened in an internal disturbance of the Osaki clan by using force, which is called the Battle of Osaki in January and February 1588, since the Osaki family was the head house of the Mogami family as well as the family home of Yoshiaki's lawful wife, Yoshiaki sent reinforcements to Osaki's territory.
  597. When Masamune DATE went on an expedition against Osaki (a siege of Osaki), Yoshinao was forced to engage in a bitter struggle; however, he barely kept the family in existence thanks to Haruuji KUROKAWA, a branch family of the Mogami clan, who switched to the Osaki side.
  598. When Masamune Date returned to the headquarters in Mt. Kunimi from Fukushima Omote, he called generals to the riverside of the Surikami River to praise Kageyori YASHIRO for his military service and give a Japanese sake cup.
  599. When Masamune became ill, Iemitsu arranged a doctor and ordered all shrines and temples in Edo to offer a prayer for his recovery; Iemitsu himself visited Masamune 3 days before Masamune's death.
  600. When Masamune died on May 24, 1636, she entered the Buddhist priesthood under the Ungo Zenji and called herself Yotokuin.
  601. When Masamune passed away, Iemitsu moaned for his death more than the death of his father Hidetada; all the activities of taking lives of living, and amusements or entertainments were then prohibited for 7 days in Edo, and 3 days in Kyoto.
  602. When Masamune visited his young brother Shuyu, who was at the Daihigan-ji Temple as a disciple of the 13th chief priest Kaiyo, they had a talk in various topics; Masamune was pleased with Japonica flowers in a garden and asked for them; in return he sent Garyubai (Lying-dragon plum) to the Daihigan-ji Temple.
  603. When Masamune was summoned and confronted with an evidential letter by Hideyoshi Toyotomi upon the suspicion of instigating Osaki Ikki (the revolt of the former retainers of Osaki clan with the peasants of the region), Masamune made an excuse regarding the letter by indicating the lack of a pinhole on the letter at his seal mark of wagtail.
  604. When Masamune's shochoshi (the eldest child born out of wedlock) Hidemune DATE was transferred to the Uwajima Domain of Iyo Province, he was appointed by Masamune to assist Hidemune and direct domain duties.
  605. When Masamune's territory changed to Iwadeyama-jo Castle in 1591, Sadatsuna was granted a territory of over 20 settlements (approx. 10,000 koku) in Isawa-gun, and became the castellan of the Maesawa-jo Castle.
  606. When Masanobu consulted the matter with his legal wife, FUJIWARA no Bokushi (a daughter of FUJIWARA no Asatada, one of the thirty-six poetic sages; her grandfather was FUJIARA no Sadataka, udaijin), who was the real mother of Rinshi, however, she vigorously opposed her husband's opinion.
  607. When Masanori was dismissed from his post of Kawachi shugoshiki (provincial constable of Kawachi Province) by Yoshimitsu in 1378, and Yoriyuki lost his position due to the Koryaku Coup in 1379, Masanori got isolated in the Northern Court this time.
  608. When Masanori was in the position, a fief of 600 koku and a 1000 hyo executive allowance, and status of Tsutsuji no mazume were set for the Kyoto daikan.
  609. When Masatoki succeeded his father, he changed the family name from Yamana to Nakashima and became a vassal of Toyohiro YAMANA, the lord of Dochiku-jo Castle.
  610. When Masatora died in 1886, Ichizo repented for his profligate life and decided to take on his father's mantle and learned the trade under Masatora's apprentices and succeeded as the 10th "Sengoro" (Masashige, later the 2nd Sensaku).
  611. When Masatsugu died in 1604, his son Masakazu replaced him.
  612. When Masatsuna KUTSUKI, the eighth lord of the Domain, retired on May 2, 1800, he took over as head of the family and became the ninth lord of the Domain.
  613. When Masatsune was forgiven and returned to Kyoto in 1197, Yoritomo gave him various gifts.
  614. When Masatsura KUSUNOKI raised an army in 1347, KO no Moroyasu, with the cooperation of his older brother KO no Moronao, successfully fought it off the following year, and even succeeded to invade and destroy Yoshino, the base of the Southern Court.
  615. When Masayasu TOKI, Shugo (Military Governor) of Ise Province entered the province in February 1468, Noritomo attacked Masayasu TOKI's troops and conquered the castles of the Wakamatsu, Yanagi and Kusubaru clans.
  616. When Masayoshi HOTTA, roju (member of a shogun's council of elders) of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), came up to Kyoto in 1858 and required the Imperial permission of the treaty in 1858, he opposed this with Sanenaru OGIMACHISANJO and others.
  617. When Masazane died, people of the period said; "Promoted to the highest rank in this world, and having died on the same date as Buddha, he may be a person who will reach the top of both worlds." ('Chuyuki' (The Court Diary)), which is an indication of Masazane's fame.
  618. When Matehime remarried Nobuhiro TSUGARU, she cried for the 'Battle of Sekigahara folding screen' that Ieyasu had a painter draw, and brought it as a bride's household article.
  619. When Mathew Perry's Ships entered the harbor of Uraga in 1853, Shozan went to Uraga for inspection.
  620. When Matthew Perry of the U.S. came to Japan and demanded the beginning of trade 1853, he insisted on the principle of excluding foreigners and criticized Hisatada KUJO, a chief adviser to the Emperor, over the conclusion of the treaty.
  621. When Meiji Government was established and legally regulated the usage of Kiku-mon, there were no legal regulations applied to Kiri-mon.
  622. When Mibu-Roshigumi had an audience with Katamori MATSUDAIRA, the lord of the Aizu domain, in May, Hirayama displayed his swordsmanship prowess with Hijikata, Heisuke TODO, and others.
  623. When Michikane promised Emperor Kazan to take the tonsure with him, the Emperor became serious about it.
  624. When Michimori called his wife to his place with an intention to mourn over unwilling farewell, Noritsune admonished him, "This place is the most dangerous battlefield, such that I am dispatched here. If you think in this way, you cannot be of service here."
  625. When Michinaga heard of this incident, he wrote about Yorichika as a 'superior in murder' in "Mido Kanpakuki" (FUJIWARA no Michinaga's diary).
  626. When Michitaka died of illness five years later, Michikane accepted the long-awaited appointment to kanpaku but died of illness only several days after assuming the office.
  627. When Michitomi HIGASHIKUZE was assigned to the director in October, he resigned the assistant director and was given 250 koku (45.09 cubic meters) of rice yield as Onsho (reward grants) of the Hakodate War.
  628. When Miineta (field for cultivation of rice for the Emperor) directly controlled by Oiryo was formed later, Miine cultivated at Miineta was collected.
  629. When Minehira TACHIBANA was 38 years old, he was implicated in his elder brother Shigemoto TACHIBANA's arrest in a purge and banished to an isolated island off the Genkainada coast (Kyushu area) called Daijajima island (Oronoshima island).
  630. When Ming warrior Chin fled Jeonju at first, Admiral Ma Gui sent for the ranger Gyu from Hanseong for support.
  631. When Mitsuhide AKECHI was ordered to conquer the Tanba region by Nobunaga ODA, he first advanced into the Kameyama Basin.
  632. When Mitsuhide defeated Hideharu HATANO in 1579 and Tanba was ceded to Nobunaga ODA, Nobunaga gave him Sakamoto-jo Castle in Omi Province and the whole of Tanba Province for his military achievement.
  633. When Mitsuhide murdered Nobunaga in the Honnoji Incident in 1582, Junkei was induced by Mitsuhide to cooperate because Junkei had been Mitsuhide's Yoriki, however, he rejected it.
  634. When Mitsuhide started serving Nobunaga ODA, Mitsuharu, following Mitsuhide, fought battles in various places and distinguished himself with military exploits, which led him to be granted 50,000 koku at Tanba Province.
  635. When Mitsuhide was a lower warrior to the Asakura clan, he was envied for his abilities by Asakura's vassals, so as a result he was not promoted to higher positions.
  636. When Mitsuhide was about to leave the banquet discreetly, Nobunaga shouted, "This bald head," and hit Mitsuhide on the head ("bald head" may have been a pun based on recombination of Chinese characters from "Mitsuhide")
  637. When Mitsuhide was informed that Nobunaga's (Naoto OGATA's) head was taken, he uttered "I have just been allowed to sleep.
  638. When Mitsuhide, often visiting the mines in Kuwata District (Hatano-cho, Kameoka-shi) for inspection, approached the mountain path, his horse stopped at a large rock.
  639. When Mitsuie HATAKEYAMA died, the sixth Shogun, Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, began a rule of terror, the so called 'Bannin Kyofu (Ten Thousand People Horror,)' mainly to increase pressure on the three families.
  640. When Mitsunari ISHIDA and those in the West squad raised an army, Kyogoku forces once sided with Mitsunari, but in the Battle of Sekigahara, they belonged to the East squad while being confined in the Otsu-jo castle (the battle at besieged Otsu-jo castle).
  641. When Mitsunari ISHIDA raised an army in Osaka, Geni declared himself the guardian of Hideyori TOYOTOMI and remained at Osaka while secretly informing Ieyasu about Mitsunari's army, despite the fact that he supported the Western Army and had signed a denunciation of Ieyasu.
  642. When Mitsunari ISHIDA was attacked by seven generals in the military government group, including Kiyomasa, Mitsunari was rescued by Hideie and Yoshinobu SATAKE (Ukyo no Daifu [Master of the Western Capital Offices]).
  643. When Mitsunari received his first chigyo (fief) of 200 koku (or 400 koku) from Hideyoshi, he used up his entire chigyo to hire Kanbe WATANABE (as distinct from Satoru WATANABE) so that he had to live in Kanbe's residence.
  644. When Mitsunari was promoted to the Go-bugyo (Five Commissioners) and transferred to Sawayama-jo Castle, Masatsugu was made, in 1595, a daimyo worth 30,000 koku in Omi Province.
  645. When Mitsunobu TOSA created "Picture scroll of the origin of Kitano Tenjin Shrine," to which Sanetaka wrote a legend to explain what it depicts, Mitsunobu also made rough sketches of Sanetaka, and Sanetaka commented that 'it doesn't bear resemblance to me very much, and is dull to see.'
  646. When Mitsusada WAKEBE was the 11th lord of the domain, disturbances at the end of the Edo period occurred, but very distinguished activities were not seen at the end of the Edo period because Mitsuhide was stricken with paralysis.
  647. When Mitsusue went to Kanzaki, since it was TAIRA no Kiyomori's prime, Mitsusue was placed under the Taira family along with other Matsuura Party including the Yamashiro clan.
  648. When Mitsuyasu WAKEBE was the 10th lord of the domain, Juzo KONDO who was famous as explorer was in custody.
  649. When Miyagi sees Katsushiro, she bursts into tears, and Katsushiro is also astonished at the unexpected situation.
  650. When Mizoguchi was excited about the performance of actors, his hands tended to tremble, so much so that their vibrations were transmitted to the video camera next to him.
  651. When Mizutani clan of Bicchu-matsuyama Domain underwent Kaieki (the forfeiture of samurai rank and properties) in February 1694, the lord Naganori ASANO (Asano Takumi no Kami) was appointed to the position of messenger of castle management.
  652. When Mochitoyo (Sozen) YAMANA backed up Yoshinari HATAKEYAMA and Masanaga was dismissed, Masanaga expressed dissatisfaction with the dismissal of the kanrei position, turned to Katsumoto HOSOKAWA, and raised an army at Kamimitama-sha Shrine in Kyoto in 1467.
  653. When Mochiuji began his military action in 1435, Norizane UESUGI who had assumed Kanto Kanrei in 1419 stopped Mochiuji, and his relationship with Mochiuji became tense.
  654. When Mochiuji learnt this, he killed Mitsushige OGURI to scare the Kyoto Fuchushu (War of Mitsushige OGURI).
  655. When Momosuke ventured the construction of Oi dam, Sadayakko rode her red bike to visit the site and went down alone to the floor of a valley following Momosuke, while other employees hesitated.
  656. When Monzaemon's father, Nobuyoshi, became masterless, they both moved to Kyoto
  657. When Morihei learned that Kisshomaru had decided to hold an enbukai on the rooftop of a department store to promote aikido, he objected strongly.
  658. When Moriko died in June and Shigemori in July, Goshirakawa seized their manors and Chigyo-koku.
  659. When Morimasa arrived for help, the castle was already surrendered, but Morimasa attacked and beat the Uesugi army.
  660. When Morioka Station was the terminal of Tohoku Shinkansen (line), harakomeshi was a popular ekiben for passengers who made connections to the Limited Express "Hatsukari" bound for Hachinohe Station and Aomori Station (the consumption of salmon fillet and salmon roe is great in Aomori Prefecture, regardless of the area).
  661. When Moritsugu faced MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, he voiced his opinion fairly and squarely; 'I have run out of luck and there is nothing I can do under captivity. Tell me what you are going to do' and he was beheaded at Yuigahama in the end.
  662. When Moritsuna and his old brothers fled to the residence of Shigekuni SHIBUYA who had taken the side of the Taira clan in the Battle of Ishibashiyama, Shigekuni welcomed them, sheltered them in a warehouse and offered hospitality.
  663. When Moronaga asked the master what it was for, the master replied: "So that I can listen to biwa quietly."
  664. When Moronaga began playing biwa, eight great dragon kings joined him as supporting actors, and Emperor Murakami himself played an admirable piece of secret music, and danced haya-mai.
  665. When Moronaga was playing biwa at the request of the master of a shioya (a cottage where salt is made in pans) who let him stay the night, suddenly rain began to fall and he was forced to stop playing.
  666. When Morosuke's wife, Imperial Princess Kinshi, died, he married Imperial Princess Masako.
  667. When Motochika refused to follow the order, Nobunaga planned to send a punitive expeditionary force to Shikoku with his third son, Nobutaka ODA, as the supreme commander.
  668. When Motohide SONO was the family head during the Muromachi period, Emperor Gohanazono granted him the name 'Seizan.'
  669. When Motonari MORI launched a full-scale invasion into Izumo after completely conquering the Provinces of Suo and Nagato, which had been domains of the Ouchi clan, in1561, the Misawa, Akana and Mitoya clans surrendered to Mori clan.
  670. When Motonari conquered Bocho in 1557, he retired and let his eldest son Takamoto MORI take over the family estate.
  671. When Motonari found out about the invasion by Teruhiro, he promptly gave up on attacking north Kyushu and sent his elite troops headed by Motoharu KIKKAWA and Takakage KOBAYAKAWA to Suo.
  672. When Motoshige KANZE, the 24th, died in 1939, he became the conservator of Motomasa KANZE, the 25th as the patriarch of the school.
  673. When Motosuke KOZAI, the shugodai of Tanba, was dismissed in 1431, Nobusuke NAITO, a direct vassal of the Hosokawa clan, became the shugodai, and the Naito clan then set up a base in the Funai district Yagi and began to rule Tanba
  674. When Motouji ASHIKAGA, a son of Takauji, was sent to Kanto region as the Kamakura Kubo (Governor-general of the Kanto region), Morofuyu and Noriaki UESUGI cooperated to support young Motouji.
  675. When Motozane died in 1166, he was successful in having many territories of the Sekkan-ke (line of regents and advisers) inherited to Seishi.
  676. When Mr. Tsubouchi wrote "Kiri Hitoha," Kabuki was just like an autocratic large country in which Kabuki Danjuro was the Pope, Ochi-koji was dai saiso (great prime minister), and Mokuamii geki (drama) was a Constitution.
  677. When Mt. Asama erupted and the Tenmei Famine occurred in 1783, the bakufu promulgated genjo-rei in 1786 which ordered cutting the amount of sake brewing of various districts in half.
  678. When Mt. Hiei was attacked and burned by Nobunaga ODA in 1571, he was invited to move to Kai Province by Shingen TAKEDA.
  679. When Mt. Unzen erupted in 1991, he visited shelters to console evacuees from Shimabara City, with his knees on the floor of the shelters.
  680. When Munemitsu MUTSU (who had served as Minister of Foreign Affairs until the year before) died in 1897, Saionji said, 'even Mutsu finally went to the land of the dead,' lamenting the defeat of the Han clique headed by Yamagata and the failure to establish parliamentary democracy.
  681. When Munemitsu MUTSU died while regretting over the failure to overthrow domain cliques and to accomplish parliamentary democracy, Kinmochi SAIONJI, who was said to have became so downhearted that those who saw him felt sorry, said as follows.
  682. When Munemori met Yoritomo, he attempted to flatter Yoritomo and begged for his life.
  683. When Murasaki no ue passed away, she attended her deathbed.
  684. When Murashige rebelled, since his lord, Masamoto KODERA, also revolted against Nobunaga in concurrence with Murashige, Masamoto was conquered by Nobunaga's heir Nobutada ODA.
  685. When Murashige rose in revolt, Yoshitaka was sent to persuade him to reconsider but, with Yoshitaka not returning for a prolonged period of time, Nobunaga jumped to the conclusion that Yoshitaka had defected to the Murashige side and ordered to kill Nagamasa who was left with Nobunaga as a hostage.
  686. When Musashibo Benkei (a Japanese warrior monk) became injured, he received treatment at a private house.
  687. When Mutsu Shogunfu (local government of Mutsu) was established in Kenmu Restoration, he was appointed as Hyojoshu (member of the Council of State) and Hikitsuke tonin (chairman of the court of justice) with granted territory of Shirakawa City.
  688. When Mutsu joined the cabinet, he was expected to conduct a smooth progression of the First Imperial Diet (today's Diet affairs) rather than his role as the Minister of Agriculture and Commerce.
  689. When Muzen asks who they are, he knows that the nobleman is a ghost of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI and that the others are the ghosts of his followers.
  690. When Myocho became seriously ill in 1337, he recommended Egen KANZAN as the Zen priest who was to be the mentor of the Cloistered Emperor Hanazono after Myocho died, upon the request of the Cloistered Emperor Hanazono,.
  691. When NAKAGAWA arrived in the afternoon of the next day on the 13th, 'the Duke asked him to stay during a certain time (the article dated November 13, 1940 of 'The collection of letters' in "Nakagawa Bunsho" (Nakagawa Document)' and never left OKITSU to the end.
  692. When NHK featured the rescue mission of Japanese by the Turkish government and Turkish Airlines during the Iran-Iraq War in the program 'The Project X,' they never mentioned the Ertu?rul incident in relation to the topic.
  693. When NODANI no Mitsumori and TAIRA no Tsunemasa, an imperial messenger of the Emperor, dug the ground, they found a pagoda of Ashoka the Great.
  694. When Naahime, Hideyori's daughter born of his concubine, was about to be executed, Senhime adopted Naahime as her daughter in order to save her life.
  695. When Nagagi is secured with Obi, Wakisen of Wafuku often moves toward the front from the lines of the wearer's body from the armpits to the ankles, but the width of the back panel may be adjusted to suit the comfort of the wearer.
  696. When Nagagi is secured with an Obi as shown in the figure above, it has eight openings in the neck part, the bottom, the right sleeve opening, the left sleeve opening, the right Furiyatsukuchi, the left Furiyatsukuchi, the right Miyatsukuchi, and the left Miyatsukuchi.
  697. When Nagaharu disturbed Awa by his misrule, Saneyoshi planned to regain his position by linking up with Motochika CHOSOKABE, who started gain power in Tosa, and eliminated Nagaharu.
  698. When Nagakatsu's adopted daughter, Nene, (later Kita no Mandokoro, Kodai-in) married Tokichiro KINOSHITA (later Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI), Nagamasa became the closest relative by marriage to Hideyoshi and, on Nobunaga's orders, became Hideyoshi's Yoriki (or adminisrative assistant).
  699. When Nagamaro, Takeyumi's son and one of the attendants, saw a strange bird take off and shot an arrow, the arrow hit Takeyumi by mistake and he died.
  700. When Nagamasa KURODA was transferred to another domain after the Battle of Sekigahara, Sotan, who had once been the country's wealthiest merchant, fell to the level of chartered merchant of the Kuroda clan.
  701. When Nagamasa arrived at the battlefield, he immediately went up the high ground on the eastern side and inspected the enemy's status, whereupon he changed the formation of his troops.
  702. When Nagamasa celebrated his attainment of manhood at the age of 15, the Rokkaku clan made him use the surname Katamasa, which contained one of the characters from the name of Yoshikata ROKKAKU, the head of the Rokkaku clan, in order to demonstrate the fact that the Azai clan were vassals of the Rokkaku clan.
  703. When Nagamasa died in 1648, his first son, Masanobu ICHIHASHI, succeeded to his post.
  704. When Naganori ASANO, the lord of the Ako Domain, had an affair involving bloodshed against Yoshinaka KIRA, a privileged family under the Tokugawa shogunate, on April 21, 1701, he went to the residence of the Ako Domain in Teppozu to settle the commotion.
  705. When Nagate asked, 'What do you mean by tyranny?' Naramaro answered, 'The government built Todai-ji Temple and so on, which burdens people.'
  706. When Nagate confronted, 'Todai-ji Temple was built in the period of his father's generation. You should not say that,' Naramaro could not answered.
  707. When Nagatoki OGASAWARA and his son, Sadayoshi OGASAWARA went to Aizu, they stayed in the residence of Mian HOSHINO, where Nagatoki died.
  708. When Nagayoshi conquered Kinai in 1553, he appointed Hisahide the lord of Settsu-Takiyama-jo Castle (in Settsu Province).
  709. When Nagayoshi died in 1564, he and the Miyoshi Sanninshu ruled the Miyoshi family as they pleased, using Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI, Yoshinaga's adopted son as a puppet.
  710. When Nagayoshi died in July 1564, he succeeded to the Miyoshi family supported by Miyoshi Sanninshu (Miyoshi Triumvirate) and became the family head of the Miyoshi family (according to another theory, Nagayoshi transferred the headship of the family and retired while he was alive).
  711. When Nakahira took an exam for the first recruitment of assistant director for Shochiku Ofuna Studios after the war, he achieved brilliant results except for an essay question, in which he got the worst score.
  712. When Nampo Jomin was transferred to Kencho-ji Temple in Kamakura, Shuho also entered Kamakura and received formal confirmation of his awakening (dharma transmission) from his master in 1307.
  713. When Naoaki passed away in 1850, Naosuke took the reins of the family, becoming the 15th lord of the domain, and transferred to Kamon no Ryo (the Bureau of Palace Upkeep) (Kamon no Kami).
  714. When Naochika died, the bereaved child Naomasa (Toramatsu at the time) was only 2 years old, and so Yuenni, Naochika's cousin, became the family head, naming himself Naotora II.
  715. When Naoie died in 1581, he served as a vassal of Hideyoshi HASHIBA.
  716. When Naomasa battled against Mitsuhide AKECHI, he managed to surround Mitsuhide's army, and it is said that Mitsuhide gave up all hope to live.
  717. When Naomasa was still Ieyasu's pageboy, he was invited along with other young busho (Japanese military commanders) to Tadayo OKUBO's camp and presented with potato soup.
  718. When Naomori SAKAZAKI, the lord of Tsuwano Domain in Iwami Province, committed a crime and was punished by being deprived of his fief in 1617, Masanori was ordered to change the territory to Tsuwano to take over him.
  719. When Naosuke II was killed in the Sakuradamongai Incident, roju who were in the cabinet during the period of Ii left the cabinet of officials for the Shogunate sequentially.
  720. When Naosuke II, who had been having a relationship with him and took over the lord of domain, assumed the post of Tairo (chief minister) of bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in 1858, he became koyonin of the domain.
  721. When Naotaka was taking cover from the rain under a tree at Gotoku-ji Temple, he saw a calico cat that was beckoning to him.
  722. When Naoyoshi and the two kyooyaku men step away in order to place the helmet at the alter, Moronao, who has fallen in love at first sight with beautiful Kaoyo, makes advances on her.
  723. When Naozane KUMAGAI (Jiro Naozane KUMAGAI) returned to the Kanto region, he pleaded for an image of Honen so that he could worship his form.
  724. When Nara Electric Railway (the current Kintetsu Kyoto Line) presented a direct connection with Kyoto Station, the initial plan proposed the installation of a subway line running beneath JNR Station and the construction of a station on the north side of Karasuma-guchi.
  725. When Nariaki died on September 29, 1860, their actions became more radical.
  726. When Narichika kyo made the two accompany Shunkan for drinking, Shunkan fell for Tsuru no mae and made her pregnant, from which a girl was born.
  727. When Narimasa passed away in 1561, the Takeda army fiercely attacked Narimori NAGANO who took over the head of the family.
  728. When Narimori lingered on the seashore on horseback, Shiro-Yoshiyasu DOROYA pounced on him.
  729. When Narimori sat astride Shiro and tried to cut off his head, Goro DOROYA who came to help Shiro threw his arms around Narimori's kabuto (helmet).
  730. When Narioki who acted as Shigehisa's guardian died in October, 1839, Tadanori's political influence as the father of the domain lord in the domain increased.
  731. When Nasu no Munehisa returned to his homeland, the remnants of the Taira family changed their surname from Taira to Nasu out of gratitude for Munehisa, who saved their lives by stopping his hunt.
  732. When Nihon Sankei is likened to Setsugekka (snow, moon and flower), 'snow' is assigned to Amanohashidate, 'moon' to Matsushima and 'flower' to Miyajima deeming autumnal leaf coloration as flower.
  733. When Ninigi heard this, he said, 'There is no way you can get pregnant overnight. The child must be a Kunitsukami's' (the "Kojiki").
  734. When Ninigi proposed to her to marry him she told him to ask her father.
  735. When Ninigi was about to descend to earth there was a god in Yachimata who shined light from Takamanohara (plain of high heaven) to Ashihara no Nakatsukuni.
  736. When Ninigi, grandson of Amaterasu, asked for permission to marry Konohana no Sakuyabime, the daughter of Konohana no Sakuyabime, her father, Oyamatsumi, granted him both her and her sister Iwanagahime no Mikoto.
  737. When Ninigi-no-mikoto (the grandson of Amaterasu-Omikami, the sun goddess) is descending from heaven to earth, a god stands at "Yachimata"(a meeting place of eight roads) of heaven and sheds light on the areas spanning from "Takamanohara" (plain of high heaven) to "Ashihara no nakatsukuni" (Literally, "Central Land of Reed Plains," which refers to the human world).
  738. When Nishimura died in 1997, Sen served as funeral chairman by the will of the deceased.
  739. When Nishinokyo Enmachi, the intersection with Nishioji-dori Street, used to be the western edge for Marutamachi-dori Street, Kamino-Shimotachiuri-dori Street acted as an important road for facilitiating daily life that continued to Ukyo Ward.
  740. When Nishinomaru Palace, which had been used as the Imperial Palace in Edo-jo Castle (the former Edo-jo Castle), was burned down in 1873, he dedicated the edohantei of the former Kishu Domain (present-day Togu-gosho [the Crown Prince's palace]) to the Imperial Family, thereby being awarded 20,000 gold yen.
  741. When Nobuhide ODA died in 1551, Yoshimoto further accelerated an offensive movement into the Owari Province.
  742. When Nobuhide died in 1551, he served as a chief retainer for his son Nobuyuki (Nobukatsu) ODA.
  743. When Nobukatsu sustained a crushing defeat in the attack on Iga carried without Nobunaga's permission, Nobunaga is said to have scolded him harshily in a letter of reprimand, and have even tried to disown him.
  744. When Nobukatsu's rank was changed, Nobuhide was taken into the service of Hideyoshi as a master of tea ceremony.
  745. When Nobunaga ODA attacked the Azai clan, Hidetsugu was sent to Keijun MIYABE as his adopted son (he was then returned after the fall of the Azai clan).
  746. When Nobunaga ODA backed up the 15th shogun, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA and drove the Miyoshi clan out from the Kinai region, Akimoto HOSOKAWA served Nobunaga and became the husband of Nobunaga's younger sister, but never retrieved the reins of power in his old days.
  747. When Nobunaga ODA came to Kyoto to back up Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA (a younger brother of Yoshiteru) in 1568, he surrendered to Nobunaga and was permitted the possession of the northern half of Kawachi Province and Wakae-jo Castle.
  748. When Nobunaga ODA came to Kyoto, accompanying Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, Nobuyoshi at first confronted the Oda army at the Battle of Noda-jo Castle and Fukushima-jo Castle, but then he came to serve for Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, who became the Shogun.
  749. When Nobunaga ODA conformed to Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA strategically to visit the capital in Kyoto, Ieyasu dispatched reinforcement to Nobunaga for hunting down the Asakura clan, for the Battle of Anegawa, and so on.
  750. When Nobunaga ODA emerged and seized political power in Kinai, the clans were expelled and instead Nagahide NIWA, Mitsuhide AKECHI and Yusai HOSOKAWA under Nobunaga ODA became the ruler of Kitakinki.
  751. When Nobunaga ODA entered Kyoto in October 1568, Hisahide immediately surrendered to him.
  752. When Nobunaga ODA entered the capital in 1568, he was appointed by Nobunaga as a mediator for the Imperial Palace, later gained Nobunaga's trust, and was awarded a territory in Ise Province.
  753. When Nobunaga ODA moved to Kyoto in 1568, Yoshimichi developed a close relationship with him and in 1575, after fighting in the Echizen Ikko-ikki religious riots, Nobunaga gave him control of the whole of Tango Province
  754. When Nobunaga ODA started the attack on Mino Province, he became a vassal of Nobunaga as a member of Kuro horo shu (an elite bodyguard unit in black) and played an active role at various battles for Nobunaga's going to Kyoto and putting down Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers).
  755. When Nobunaga ODA was killed in the Honnoji Incident in July, Hideyoshi kept the incident secret, quickly made peace with the Mori clan, and returned to the Kinai region to search out and destroy Mitsuhide AKECHI (Chugoku Ogaeshi [a quick return from the Chugoku region]).
  756. When Nobunaga ODA went to the capital with Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA in hand and put Kyoto under his dominion, he made his vassal Sadakatsu MURAI the Kyoto Shoshidai, in charge of maintaining the peace in Kyoto, imitating the organization of the Muromachi Shogunate.
  757. When Nobunaga built his own residence in Kyoto in 1572, Kennyo presented him with a scroll depicting Wan Li Jiang Shan mountain and a Shiro Tenmoku tea bowl in April.
  758. When Nobunaga came to stay in the capital in April of 1576 he stayed at Myokaku-ji Temple in Nijo (different from its present location), but he was enamored with the view of the garden at the Nijo family's mansion which was adjacent to the temple on the east side.
  759. When Nobunaga departed for the front in May, Katsuie had the Kamigyo district, which opposed Nobunaga, burned to the ground as a commander in chief.
  760. When Nobunaga died in the Honnoji Incident, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Oda family's vassal, succeeded to and accomplished the unification of the whole country which had been unaccomplished.
  761. When Nobunaga noticed that Yoshikane SHIBA, whom he helped become shugo, planned to exile Nobunaga with the Ishibashi clan of the Shiba family and the Kira clan, a branch family of the Ashikaga clan as well as the Shiba clan, he exiled Yoshikane.
  762. When Nobunaga retreated to Gifu in November, Yoshikage made use of it to attack Nobunaga in cooperation with Azai troops, but since the Oda army staying in Mt. Tora Gozen resisted, Yoshikage had to retreat.
  763. When Nobunaga schemed a conspiracy with a part of enemy and invaded again with a great army, the other groups of ninja in Iga Province suffered catastrophic damage (the second Tensho Iga War).
  764. When Nobunaga set up 'Denchu on okite' (regulations for the shogunal residence) to hold back Yoshiaki, the antagonism between the two solidified.
  765. When Nobunaga succeeded the head of the family after Nobuhide's death, Nobutomo opposed Nobunaga by supporting the succession to the position of family head by Nobuyuki (Nobukatsu) ODA, a younger brother of Nobunaga, and planned to murder Nobunaga.
  766. When Nobunaga visited Sakai in 1578, he received a visit to his house from Nobunaga, and was taken into Nobunaga's confidence.
  767. When Nobunaga was en route to Kyoto in 1568, supporting Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, the younger brother of Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, the 13th shogun of the Muromachi bakufu, Ieyasu sent his troops to help Nobunaga.
  768. When Nobunaga was killed in the Honnoji Incident immediately before unification of the whole country, the clan fractionalized internally and the family's vigor decreased as a powerful vassal Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI appeared.
  769. When Nobunaga went up to Kyoto, Yusai HOSOKAWA and Murashige ARAKI, who had advised Yoshiaki not to raise an army, agreed to Mitsuhide AKECHI's plot, abandoned Yoshiaki, and welcomed Nobunaga at Osaka to side with him.
  770. When Nobunaga withdrew, he had Sano Fort (Izumisano City at present) built in order to prepare a comeback of Saiga shu and Nobuharu ODA stayed after completion.
  771. When Nobunaga's enemies were narrowed down to Terumoto MORI, Kagekatsu UESUGI, and others, he tore up the permission for Motochika to freely conquer other provinces in Shikoku, and ordered Motochika to withdraw his troops, giving Motochika the right to rule Tosa Province and the 2 counties of Awa.
  772. When Nobuoki and the vassal of the Sakai family went to Tadamasa again to ask for his consultation, Tadamasa finally expressed his opinion by taking consideration of their repeated requests.
  773. When Nobushige was killed in Osaka Natsu no Jin (Summer Siege of Osaka) on June 3, 1615, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA ordered Nagaakira ASANO, the feudal lord of Kii, to search for her.
  774. When Nobutada killed himself at Nagamasu's urging, Nagamasu defected and fled the castle.
  775. When Nobutora went back to Takeda territory, he lived in the Takato-jo Castle, the residential castle of his third son, Nobukado TAKEDA.
  776. When Nobutsuna KUTSUKI, the seventh lord of the Domain, retired on April 10, 1787, he took over as head of the family as the adopted son and became the eighth lord of the Domain.
  777. When Noh kogaki (small script for Noh) of shirogashira (white haired) such as in "Funa Benkei" (Benkei in the Boat) or "Kurama Tengu" is added, the movements in the performance also get slowly.
  778. When Norihiro AKAMATSU attacked Sozen's grandchild, Masatoyo YAMANA, in Harima, he left with his forces from Tajima to expel Norihiro.
  779. When Norimasa UESUGI, Kanto Kanrei, based at Hirai-jo Castle in Kozuke Province, was attacked by Ujiyasu and seeked the help of the Uesugi clan in Echigo Province, Kagetora immediately dispatched troops and defeated the Hojo army, and let Norimasa to go back to Hirai-jo Castle.
  780. When Norimura AKAMATSU (Enshin) appeared in the history in Harima province, the Uragami clan became active under his command in the late Kamakura period.
  781. When Norito appeared in the side story for the first time, he was on the verge of becoming a private pupil, but in "Futen," published in an the second volume of an independent book, he had gone through the period of practicing to be a private pupil and had become independent as a kuroto (an expert) of Nohgakushi.
  782. When Noto no kami (the governor of Noto Province), Tadayoshi HONDA, entered Oshu Shirakawa, he established Kyusho-ji Temple at the site of Zuiho-ji Temple in Enmyoji-cho near the Shirakawa Castle.
  783. When O-Harima (the first Kichiemon NAKAMURA) played the leading character in "Kochiyama," in the scene he slyly gets some koban (oval gold coin) and looks around uneasily
  784. When OKAKURA quit the Tokyo fine arts school in 1898, ROKKAKU quit the school as well and cooperated with OKAKURA in founding the Japan art institute.
  785. When OKUBO came to the Ministry of Interior, the staff who heard the sound of his footsteps stopped their private conversations, and the inside of the Ministry building became very quiet.
  786. When OKUBO returned home, he was delighted to see that his children, including his third son, Toshitake, would rush to the entrance hall to see him and tried to take off his shoes for him, falling over on their backs.
  787. When OKUBO was informed of SAIGO's death, he wept bitterly, walking around inside of his house and hitting his head on the lintels of the rooms (at that time it was reported that he said "a new Japan will be born with your death; a strong Japan will be born").
  788. When OTOMO no Fukei, who supported Oama no Miko (Oshiama no Miko or Prince Oama who became Emperor Tenmu following the victory in the war), took the City of Yamato (the old capital of Asuka) in control and moved toward the north, ONO no Hatayasu approached the Nara Basin from the north.
  789. When OTOMO no Hukei attacked Asuka on August 1st and seized the military command authority of Emperor Kobun's forces, MIWA no Kimi Takechimaro joined the forces of Hukei and fought under his command.
  790. When OYAMA finished the inspection tour and came back to Japan, he visited the SAIGO family right away to express his condolences and tell Juri's last moment to Judo and Kiyoko.
  791. When Oama no Miko (Emperor Tenmu) raised an army against the Imperial Court in June 672, the Court at Omi no miya dispatched messengers to the regional allies, ordering to mobilize troops to suppress.
  792. When Oama no Miko (Prince Oama) decided to raise an army, his two sons, Takechi no Miko (Prince Takechi) and Prince Otsu, left Otsu where their enemy had a headquarters, and followed their father, each taking a different route.
  793. When Oama-no-Miko ascended to the throne, the willow branch budded and the emperor praised the miracle by granting the shrine the name "Yanagi Daimyojin" and donating land.
  794. When Oama-no-Miko departed Otsunomiya for Yoshino before the Jinshin Rebellion, he picked a branch from a willow tree in front of the shrine and prayed for victory; 'May this branch bud if I come to ascend to the imperial throne.'
  795. When Obitono-oji (later Emperor Shomu) was born, Fuhito sent his other daughter, FUJIWARA no Komyoshi (later Empress Komyo), to the kokyu.
  796. When Obitono-oji succeeded to the throne after Fuhito's death, there arose a conflict between the four sons of Fuhito (four Fujiwara brothers) and their opponents led by Nagayao, which deepened as time progressed.
  797. When Oda's troops began to attack the castle, Hisahide broke the Hiragumo into pieces in the 'tenshukaku' (keep) of the castle.
  798. When Odani-jo Castle fell, he saved Lady Oichi and Yodo-dono (Lady Yodo) and brought them to the Oda clan, with which they were reunited.
  799. When Ogai was transferred to Tokyo the two men went down with him and lived near Ogai's home to maintain their friendship.
  800. When Ohime who was at the age of 17 became a temporary lull, Yoritomo and Masako recommended her to get married with Takayoshi.
  801. When Oishi was given the choice between the surrender or besiegement of the castle, he held a big meeting at a hall inside the castle over the next three days starting on May 4 in order to organize the retainers' opinions.
  802. When Okimoto MORI, the head of the Mori family, died of illness and young Komatsumaru MORI succeeded to Okimoto's position in 1516, Motoshige who took advantage of disturbance began actions to recapture Arita-jo Castle which had been occupied by Mori and Yoshikawa on the Ouchi side.
  803. When Okinawa Ocean Expo '75 was held in Okinawa Prefecture in 1975, he visited the prefecture for the first time after being installed as the Crown Prince, where his father (the Emperor Showa) had also visited in the Crown Prince Hirohito days.
  804. When Okitsugu was born, his father Okiyuki was already quite advanced in age for becoming a father in those days.
  805. When Okuni and her troupe became famous, acts that imitated them, called Yujo-kabuki, was started by local prostitutes (Yujo) and became very popular.
  806. When Okuninushi (chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan, and the central character in the important cycle of myths set in that region) was killed by other senior kami, the mother of Okuninushi pleaded Kamimusubi no Kami to revive Okuninushi.
  807. When Okuninushi stood at Cape Miho in Izumo, a deity arrived across the ocean, riding on the waves in Amenokagaminofune (a boat made from the pod of the flowering vine called kagami), and wearing the skin of a small bird (it should be a moth, an error of Kanji characters).
  808. When Okuninushi was about to leave Izumo again, he presented a poem to Suseribime, who in return raised a glass and sent him a poem.
  809. When Okuninushi was requested by Takemikazuchi to hand over the land at Ashihara no Nakatsukuniheitei, Okuninushi replied that his son, Kotoshiro nushi (a Japanese ancient god) was away fishing at Mihogasaki Cape and would reply.
  810. When Okuninushi's son, Kotoshiro nushi Takeminakata, descended on Amatsu kami, Okuninushi also promised to Amatsu kami that he would hand over the country in exchange for a palace built for himself.
  811. When Old Shogunate military joined with the Takeaki ENOMOTO fleet in Sendai, he also joined them and headed for Ezo (inhabited area of Ainu).
  812. When Onamuchi did as he was told, the snake became quiet and Onamuchi could sleep safely for the night before he got out of the cellar.
  813. When Onamuji arrived Oyabiko's palace in Ki no kuni, Yasogami pursued him and demanded to give him to them.
  814. When Onamuji came to Susanoo's house in Ne no kuni, there he met Susanoo's daughter Suseribime (Suserihime no mikoto).
  815. When Onamuji no kami took Suseribime as his legal wife, however, Yakami hime was so afraid of Suseribime that she returned to her parental home, leaving her baby at a fork in a tree.
  816. When Onamuji was crushing the fruits with his teeth, putting the clay in his mouth and spiting on the ground, Susanoo saw him and thought that Onamuji was crushing the centipede, so Susanoo felt asleep, thinking that Onamuji was just an innocent young man.
  817. When Onamuji went into the field, Susanoo put the fire to burn the field around Onamuji.
  818. When Onieno-matsuri was suspended for some period in the past, the Shirushinoyama was apparently abolished forever.
  819. When Onin War subsequently broke out due to the conflict between Katsumoto and Sozen, Sadachika was pardoned and reinstated..
  820. When Onshi/Yasuko became the consort of the Emperor, the post of the second consort was created and it became mainstream after that.
  821. When Osaka Higashi Line opened, they were used for direct rapid trains only between Kyobashi and Hanaten.
  822. When Osaka Railroad (between Nara and JR Nanba) was incorporated into the main line, the line between Kamo, Shin-Kizu, and Amijima became a branch line.
  823. When Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka) began in 1614, he was involved in the attack on Osaka-jo Castle in winter and worked to secure Fushimi-jo Castle in summer.
  824. When Osaka-jo Castle fell, although he managed to escape once, he was caught by Shigemasa MATSUKURA's troops in Yamato Province, and was held captive.
  825. When Osanai established the 'Shochiku Cinema Laboratory,' he joined him and was involved in the first production "Rojo no Reikon" (Souls on The Road) as both a director and an actor.
  826. When Otaka disguised himself as a merchant selling bamboo sticks for house cleaning in order to spy on the Kira residence the night before the raid, he bumped into Kikaku TAKARAI in Ryogokubashi.
  827. When Otaka refused, Danzo got carried away thinking he was a coward samurai and started telling him to write an apology.
  828. When Otani Hongan-ji Temple was destroyed by Enryaku-ji Temple in the religious persecution in the Kansei Era, Rennyo fled to Katata.
  829. When Paris fell into disarray with the formation of the Paris Commune during the siege by the Prussian army due to the breakout of the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871), the Japanese government dismissed Montblanc and decided to dispatch Naonobu SAMEJIMA as the new commissioner.
  830. When Penglai Pavilion was added to the above three buildings, they are called four great towers in China.
  831. When Perry's fleet arrived, Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA, the shogun at that time, was dying, so it was impossible to expected of him to execute his political power at the national emergency.
  832. When Perry's squadron arrived again in 1854, his disciple Shoin YOSHIDA attempted to stow away and failed.
  833. When Petitjean was praying before the altar, a woman in the group named Yuri SUGIMOTO knelt before the priest and said in a whisper, 'We are of the same faith as you.'
  834. When Prime Minister Tsuyoshi INUKAI was assassinated in the May 15th Incident in 1932 and the way of constitutional politics was collapsed, the trend was strengthened.
  835. When Prince Anahobe and Umako were waiting, Moriya came back and announced that he had killed Sakau (there is another story that Prince Anahobe went there himself and shot Sakau to death).
  836. When Prince Hirohito became the emperor, the Togu-shiki court lady system changed over to Kogogushiki (the Queen-consort's Household Agency) court laday, and Naishi no suke naturally disappeared, so that Otsubone system (court lady system), which continued from the ritsuryo system, was abolished.
  837. When Prince Mayowa was pressed for his motive after the affair, he replied: 'I wasn't seeking the Imperial Throne, I was only avenging my father.'
  838. When Prince Mochihito raised an army in 1180, Kio first feigned a surrender to TAIRA no Munemori, stole his horse 'Nanryo,' and rejoined Yorimasa's army.
  839. When Prince Mochihito rose in arms in June 1180, Sukemori went off to war with a troop including his uncle, TAIRA no Tomonori, TAIRA no Shigehira, Koremori, his older brother, and they engaged in battle with MINAMOTO no Yorifusa at Byodoin Temple, where they destroyed the enemy forces.
  840. When Prince Mochihito took up arms in 1180, he joined the attack on Onjo-ji Temple.
  841. When Prince Mochihito, an adopted child of Hachijoin, raised an army against the Taira clan in 1180, Prince Mochihito's ryoji (orders issued by princes, empresses, etc.) was delivered across the shoen of the Hachijoin-ryo.
  842. When Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) raised an army against the Imperial Court in late June, 672, the Court at Omi no miya, with Prince Otomo as leader, dispatched messengers to the regional allies, ordering to mobilize troops.
  843. When Prince Oama arrived in Mino Province, he divided his army into two groups which consisted of tens of thousands of soldiers; one was sent to Wa (Yamato Province) and the other was sent to Omi.
  844. When Prince Oama arrived in Mino Province, he divided his army into two groups which consisted of tens of thousands of soldiers; one was sent to Wa (Yamato Province) via Mt Daisen and the other was sent to Omi directly.
  845. When Prince Oama arrived to Fuwano-seki checkpoint and gained the control of Mino Province and the eastern region, he divided his army into two groups which consisted of tens of thousands of soldiers; one was sent to Wa (Yamato Province) and the other was sent to Omi area.
  846. When Prince Oama decided to raise an army, his children, Prince Takechi and Prince Otsu, were in Otsu where the enemy's headquarters was located.
  847. When Prince Oama made the decision to raise an army, Hiro was in Yoshino with him.
  848. When Prince Oama made the decision to raise an army, Kimite was in Yoshino with him.
  849. When Prince Oama made the decision to raise an army, Oyori was in Yoshino with him.
  850. When Prince Oama raised an army in late June (in old lunar calendar) of the year of Jinshin (Mizunoe-Saru [one of the Oriental Zodiac], year 672), OTOMO no Fukei decided to follow him and gathered dozens of comrades in Yamato Province.
  851. When Prince Oama raised an army in the last half of June in 672, Prince Otomo (Emperor Kobun), who was in Omi no miya, sent envoys to Wakyo and ordered to advance his army.
  852. When Prince Oama raised his army, his children, Princes Takechi and Otsu, escaped from Otsu where the enemy's headquarters was located and ran after their father separately in two groups.
  853. When Prince Oama took action on June 24, he sent messengers to Rusutsukasa (a guard of the City), King Takasaka, in Wa (Yamato Province) to receive an ekirin (a bell needed for the exercise of imperial power).
  854. When Prince Oama took up arms on June 24, Makuta and his family decided to support Prince Oama.
  855. When Prince Ohatsuse learned this, he suspected his older brothers.
  856. When Prince Okimoto was demoted from nobility to subject, his Prince, Prince Tadasuke, Prince Toshisuke and Princess Gishi (Yoshiko) (Emperor Seiwa's Nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court)) also were demoted from nobility to subject.
  857. When Prince Osazaki performed Shokon (invocation of the dead) ceremony for the Prince Uji no Wakiiratsuko, he suddenly resuscitated, long enough to declare his will, that he would present Princess Yata no Hime (八田皇女) as princess of Prince Osazaki.
  858. When Prince Senju (Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA), the legitimate child of Takauji, joined his father, a large number of gokenin vassals from the Kanto region suddenly joined the anti-Shogunate army, and this led to the fall of the Kamakura shogunate.
  859. When Prince Shotoku visited the temple site for materials of Shitenno-ji Temple to be built, his personal Buddha statue of Nyoirin Kannon, placed against a tree nearby while bathing in the pond, became stuck.
  860. When Prince Taruhito was appointed to the President, an imperial order of drawing up a draft constitution was given to Genroin by the request of Tomomi IWAKURA on September 8, 1876.
  861. When Prince Toneri died on the next day, Prince Takechi and Prince Kawashima were sent to make a call of condolence.
  862. When Prince Umayado paid gyokei (visit of imperial person) to a hot spring in Iyo Province (called "Iyo-no-yu", probably the present-day Dogo-onsen Hot Spring), he accompanied the Prince along with a monk named Eji who was another close advisor.
  863. When Prince Yamashiro no Oe's close adviser, MIWA no Fumiya no Kimi, suggested him to escape to the east, he turned down this offer by saying he did not want the citizens to suffer anymore.
  864. When Princess Akashi gave birth to her first child, she moved there due to katatagae, a practice where people avoided traveling in directions considered to be unlucky ('Wakana' (Spring Shoots), part 1).
  865. When Princess Kaguya leaves, she presents the Mikado the elixir of life, a feathered robe worn by heavenly beings and a letter.
  866. When Rajomon collapsed in 980, an unidentified person dug it out of the rubble and carried it to To-ji.
  867. When Rebellion broke out at Onin, he escaped to Nara to his younger brother, Jinson, priest of the Daijoin-Kofuku-ji Temple.
  868. When Rebellion of KOREHARI no Azamaro (Hoki Rebellion) broke out in 780, he was appointed to Jisetsu Seito Taishi (the great general of conquering east-barbarians) as a successor to FUJIWARA no Tsugutada from the Southern House of the Fujiwara clan, so he led 2,000 troops and blocked the enemy's fort.
  869. When Renjaku Noh Butai was first built in 1930, Nagomu and Mahito performed the dance called 'Shakkyo' for the opening of the stage.
  870. When Rennyo became the eighth chief priest, Hongwan-ji Temple declined and lost its status as the central temple of the sect, whereupon it became a subtemple of Shorenin Temple.
  871. When Rennyo in Hongan-ji Temple started large propagation, the Ikko sect became influention around Otsu.
  872. When Rensho asks the man why, he hints that he is an incarnation of Atsumori and then disappears.
  873. When Rensho asks them who was playing the flute, one of them tells him about the unfortunate history of the flute and asks Rensho to give ten Buddhist invocations.
  874. When Rensho is chanting sutra at night, the ghost of Atsumori appears to tell about the ups and downs of the Taira clan, performs a chu-no-mai dance with nostalgia for the final feast of the Taira clan, and reproduces the scene of his own death in the Battle of Ichinotani.
  875. When Rikken Seiyukai was split in 1939, he assumed the position of the president with the recommendation of Hatoyama and others.
  876. When Rinojinomiya from Nikko came to the Edo-jo Castle, Rinojinomiya bowed deeply but young Ietsugu gave him just a light nod.
  877. When Roju (Shogun's Council of Elders) Masayoshi HOTTA visited Kyoto to ask for Imperial sanction to sign the Japan-US Treaty of Amity and Commerce in 1858, Shigetoku stood against the move together with Tomomi IWAKURA, but both were suspended because of the protest.
  878. When Rokuhara tandai was attacked by Takauji ASHIKAGA, who joined the miyagata (imperial prince's side), and fell, he received an incorrect report that Nakatoki HOJO was slain in battle in Omi and Tokinobu surrendered to the miyagata.
  879. When Rokurozaemon had to fight a duel in Takadanobaba, Yasubei assisted him in the duel and cut down three enemies (Duel in Takadanobaba).
  880. When Ryogen became Tendai-zasu, Enryaku-ji Temple was devastated as it had lost many doto (temple halls and towers) including Konpon-chudo Hall, due to the big fire that broke out in 935.
  881. When SAIGO was given a court rank for his achievements in the Restoration of Imperial Rule, Tomozane, having forgot SAIGO's imina (real personal name, but tabooed out of respect while he was alive), erroneously registered his imina as "Takamori" which was SAIGO's father Kichibei's imina.
  882. When SAISHO learned about this haiku, he withdrew his development plans for Hamadera park.
  883. When SEN no Sotan died in 1658, Sohen inherited the traditional art of tea ceremony from Sotan and became the fourth heir of the pseudonym Fushin-an; incidentally, the pseudonym has been used frequently by Omotesenke (the family of Omotesen) and the first Fushin-an was SEN no Rikyu.
  884. When SIHANOUK returned to the throne, the restoration of royal rule in Cambodia finally became a reality.
  885. When SOGA no Umako attacked MONONOBE no Moriya, Katsuragi joined the war along with Prince Hatsusebe, Prince Umayado, etc.
  886. When SOGA no Umako enshrined in his residence a stone statue of Miroku-butsu (Miroku Buddha) in 584, it is said that Zenshin-ni performed Saie (a Buddhist ritual) together with her disciples Ezen-ni and Zenzo-ni.
  887. When Sadahisa affiliated with Takauji's side, Munehisa, too, acted likewise.
  888. When Sadaijin (Minister of the left) ISONOKAMI no Maro died in 717, Prince Nagaya was assigned to Dainagon (chief councilor of state) from Hisangi (advisor at large) at once, which was the highest ranking position among Daijokan (Grand Council of State) after udaijin (minister of the right) FUJIWARA no Fuhito.
  889. When Sadaijin FUJIWARA no Nagate died of disease in 771, Yoshitsugu, being the pivotal figure of the Fujiwara clan, was put into a position to support the Emperor Konin.
  890. When Sadakatsu's older maternal half-brother Ieyasu attacked Kanie-jo Castle in Owari Province in July of the same year, Sadakatsu was the second to arrive at the battlefield.
  891. When Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA resigned as roju (senior councilor) in 1793, Nobuaki MATSUDAIRA became the head of roju.
  892. When Sadanobu assumed his position, the former poem grew popular, but when the reform proved too strict, the latter became popular instead.
  893. When Sadataka IWAKI, Yoshishige's third son and also a younger brother of Yoshinobu, was adopted by the Iwaki family as the heir in 1590, Kenitsu had control over government affairs of the Iwaki clan as Sadataka's assistance.
  894. When Sadatoki died in 1311, his son Takatoki HOJO succeeded him.
  895. When Sadayo IMAGAWA (Ryoshun) came as a new Kyushu Tandai (local commissioner), Sakiyori followed Ryoshun and played an active role for the Northern Court side.
  896. When Sadayo IMAGAWA, a younger brother of Noriuji, was appointed to Kyushu Tandai (local commissioner) by Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, kanrei (shogunal deputy), and conquered Kyushu, where the force of the Southern Court was strong, but it seemed that he was displeased by Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  897. When Sadayo IMAGWA (Ryoshun) was assigned to be the Kyushu Tandai (local commissioner) as the successor to Ujitsune SHIBA and Yoshiyuki SHIBUYA in 1372, Takemitsu lost to Ryoshun and escaped from Dazaifu with Imperial Prince Kaneyoshi to Mt. Kora to make the mountain be a new base.
  898. When Sai asked a monk of the temple about what had happened, there was no monster there as such but they temporarily stored a body of the dead several days ago.
  899. When Saicho asked for the establishment of Kaidan (Buddhist ordination platform) in Enryaku-ji Temple, Buan together with Gomyo of Gango-ji Temple publicly opposed it.
  900. When Saicho finished his duties, he left Tang for Japan in Kadonomaro's Kentoshi ship and arrived at Tsushima on June 5, 805.
  901. When Saigo was hit on his way and committed Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) with the assistance of Beppu who played kaishaku (to behead one who has committed seppuku) in front of the gate of Kuno Okichi SHIMAZU's residence, Murata, who saw through Saigo's seppuku, marched further into the first base of Iwasaki-guchi where he stayed to fight.
  902. When Saiko and Narichika, who played the central role in In no Kinshin, were killed Goshirakawa was forced to surrender to the Taira clan.
  903. When Saionji was 83, he made what would be his final visit to Kyoto.
  904. When Sakuan asked what their names were, the dark complexioned man answered 'I am Chigen living in the mountain' and the fair complexioned man answered 'I am Chihaku living near the ocean', and they had disappeared since.
  905. When Sakuden completed Seisuisho and brought it to Shigemune (on April 21, 1628), the book was presented to Shigemune's son, Shigesato ITAKURA (chamberlain Itakura) (Although in in fact it was presented to Shigemune).
  906. When Sakyamuni (Shaka) was preaching, a huge hoto (treasure pagoda) decorated with seven treasures (jewels and precious metals) appeared from the ground and floated in the air.
  907. When Samurai and their wives used these inro and hung them from their kimono sashes, it was a 'netsuke' that functioned as a 'catch'.
  908. When Sanetsune ISAGO relaxed shooting, the Uesugi forces went out of the West gate of the Fukushima-jo Castle to fire back, but were slashed by the Isago's troops and then ran way into the castle again.
  909. When Saneyori died, many people gathered in front of the gate to the Ononomiyadai Residence and cried in sorrow.
  910. When Sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo) was established in Buke Shohatto (code for the warrior households) in 1635, the number of followers of Daimyo-gyoretsu (feudal lord's costumed procession) was limited as well.
  911. When Sansetsu was about to take the 119th move, he passed out.
  912. When Sanshi KATSURA became Chairman of the Kamigata Rakugo Association, it was finally materialized as the 'Tenma Tenjin Hanjotei Theater' opened in the northern part of the Osaka Tenman-gu Shrine's precincts on September 15, 2006.
  913. When Santosha see the person in eternal sleep, it is customary for Santosha to make Kenka to the coffin.
  914. When Sanze-isshin Law and Konden Einen Shizai Law were enacted to permit people to privately own lands in the Nara Period, the Kochi Komin principle of the public ownership of the lands gradually became a dead letter.
  915. When Sarutahiko caught fish off the coast of Azaka in Ise region (former: the village of Azaka in Ichishi County; currently: Matsuzaka City), he got his hands stuck in a hirafu-gai shellfish and drowned.
  916. When Seiken delivered the decision by the noble's agreement to Munemori, Munemori required the issuance of In no cho Kudashi-bumi (formal document issued by Cho of In Palace) to search-and-destroy by way of sending Shigehira as the general.
  917. When Seiken informed Munemori of the decision of the gijo, Munemori requested the issuance of innocho kudashibumi (a letter issued by innocho, the Retired Emperor's Office) to destroy the rebels so that he could dispatch TAIRA no Shigehira as tsuitoshi (envoy to search and kill).
  918. When Seiken protested, 'That is not our understanding,' Munemori replied, 'You should invite the nobles--Yorimori and Norimori--to discuss, then tell me again.' (Source: Article for the seventh day of the intercalary second month in "Gyokuyo").
  919. When Seimei died in 1005, Ichijyo, the Emperor of the time, admired his work and called him the reincarnation of Inari the god. A shrine was built and dedicated to him at the site of his premises in 1007.
  920. When Seishimaru shot an arrow at Sadaakira, the arrow hit Sadaakira's face, and Sadaakira made a hasty retreat.
  921. When Seiu ITO told that to Yoshitoshi's disciple later, the disciple said that his master would be pleased to see the photograph.
  922. When Sendai Domain was going to participate in the war, the order was issued to prepare for going into the battle.
  923. When Sengi yaku (investigator) Kagetoki KAJIWARA finally comes to the restaurant, Yazaemon moves the Koremori family to another place.
  924. When Senmatsumaru grew up, it was arranged to have him have an audience with Hideyoshi, but accompanied by Chikamasa IKOMA and Chikamasa's nephew Uneme OTSUKA.
  925. When September 11 attacks struck at the United States of America in 2001, he sent his sympathies to U.S. President George W. Bush through the U.S. Ambassador to Japan, James Baker.
  926. When September 21 or 20 will be the Respect for the Aged Day and September 23 or 22 will be the Autumnal Equinox Day, the day sandwiched between the Respect for the Aged Day and the Autumnal Equinox Day (22 or 21) is regarded as a national holiday due to a provision of the Act on National Holidays.
  927. When Seri-jo Castle fell, a gold chausu (tea grinding mortar) was buried.
  928. When Series 1100 to Series 3100 were used, 0 and 5 were for the Kobe Line while 1 and 6 were for the Takarazuka Line.
  929. When Series 6300 was introduced, some of the fleets that operated as limited express trains were carrying orange-background rollsigns with white letters that read "Limited Express."
  930. When Shibirei was renamed Shibinaisho and came to be treated equal to that of the minister on June 15, 757, it seized the full power of Daijokan's ministers and obtained the authority to implement the Emperor's order without consulting Daijokan and Chumusho (Ministry of Central Affairs).
  931. When Shigehide and Shigetada's vassals heard the news about Shigetada's death, they killed themselves (Shigehide was 23 years old).
  932. When Shigehira, who was a younger brother of Munemori, was captured in Ichinotani valley, requested by Goshirakawa, he sent a letter asking for the return of Emperor Antoku and the three sacred imperial treasures.
  933. When Shigeie SHIBATA staged a revolt in 1581, Nagazane was instructed to encounter Shigeie because his wife was the younger sister of Shigeie.
  934. When Shigeie SHIBUYA, who had been without child for a long time, prayed for the birth of a child, he received the oracle of Kongoyashamyoo (金剛夜叉明王) and was blessed with a baby boy soon and therefore, he named his son Konnomaru (金王丸) using the first and last Chinese characters of 金剛夜叉明王 (Kongoyashamyoo).
  935. When Shigeko gave birth to Yoshinori's legitimate child, Yoshikatsu ASHIKAGA, people came, one after another in celebration, to the residence of Yoshisuke who was confined to his house.
  936. When Shigemasa aroused the displeasure of Furihime, who was the lord Tadasato GAMO's mother (and the third daughter of Ieyasu), and had to commit seppuku (suicide by disembowelment), she left Aizu.
  937. When Shigemori and Moriko died in 1179, Goshirakawa seized their chigyo koku and private estates.
  938. When Shigenao served Tadayoshi, he lived in the castle in Kiyosu, and in the vicinity of the site of his residence is still called Aza Daidoji, Kiyosu-machi, Kiyosu City, Aichi Prefecture.
  939. When Shigetada HOSOKAWA entered the province as a local governor in 1403, the Murakami clan, the Oi clan and the Inoue clan did not obey him, so that Shigetada fought them at Dannohara or Namani-jo Castle but ultimately took flight, and then fought Tomohide TAKANASHI in January, 1405.
  940. When Shigetada was vanquished (along with his sons) by Tokimasa HOJO (Shigetada's father-in-law), Tokimasa forced his daughter (ie. Shigetada's widow) to marry Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA whereupon, Yoshizumi took over the Hatakeyama clan's territory.
  941. When Shigeyasu, who was staying in Kamakura after having been invited by INAGE no Nyudo from the Chichibu clan, rushed to Yuigahama with his three vassals, Yoshimura MIURA, under orders from Tokimasa, made Taro Sakuma and others surround Shigeyasu.
  942. When Shimotsuke no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province), Tadahira HONDA, was transferred to Utsunomiya, Kyusho-ji Temple accompanied him (to present-day Nishihara Elementary School).
  943. When Shinano Nichinichi Shimbun newspaper was founded in the fall of 1916, he served as the editor in chief and offered so much aid.
  944. When Shinboku was moved, - especially when it was carried into Kyoto, - court nobles and officials of the Fujiwara clan were suspended from court and they stayed home.
  945. When Shingen finished practicing a Zen book, until the volume 7 of 10 volumes of "Hekiganroku", which Shingen studied fastidiously, the instructor, Gishu Genpaku said to him as follows:
  946. When Shingen pulled a string to ring a bell, several vassals were informed one after another, and eventually the last vassal in the upper stream flushed the water.
  947. When Shingen was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1915 at the state ceremony for the Emperor Taisho, ikisenmyo (court rank diploma and imperial edict) for Shingen was given to Nobuyasu TAKEDA, the head of the clan at the time.
  948. When Shinkansen Okayama Station started operation on March 15, 1972, the timetable was revised and a new timetable with a 15-minute daytime interval pattern was made.
  949. When Shinpei ETO and Yoshitake SHIMA raised an army in the Saga War, he made an expedition, leading soldiers in garrisons and suppressed the riot.
  950. When Shinran knew that Zenran was preaching such heterodoxy, he told Togoku-monto that he had never taught the secret and sent his letter to disown and excommunicate Zenran.
  951. When Shinran returned to Kyoto, she followed him, in lieu of her mother Eshunni, in order to take care of Shinran.
  952. When Shinran was learning directly from Honen, he said that his faith and Honen's faith were the same, then other disciples blamed him.
  953. When Shinsengumi members were made the Shogun's retainers in July 1867, Oishi was assigned the responsibility for investigating the adversary movements and keeping the Shinsengumi members under surveillance.
  954. When Shinsengumi's promotion to Shogun's retainer was determined in July of the year, he revolted and protested to the house of Kyoto shugoshoku (Military governor of Kyoto) in Aizu domain, but was not accepted and committed suicide on the spot with Shimenosuke SANO, Goro NAKAMURA, Juro TOMIKAWA, and so on.
  955. When Shio-in was built in Enryaku-ji Temple in 838, Buan worked as doshi (leader) there.
  956. When Shizoku, such as Minamoto, Taira, Fujiwara, Tachibana, Mononobe, and Otomo clans were in flourishing, thousands of Myoji were created and then Kamon gradually came into use.
  957. When Shoan retired in 1600, Sotan took over the family estate.
  958. When Shochiku Robins was taken over by the YOKOHAMA BayStars to become Yosho Robins from 1953 to 1954, the team used the Kinugasa Stadium, in effect, as a second home field.
  959. When Shochiku formally began producing films in 1920, Hotei NOMURA was appointed to the board of directors at the Shochiku Kamata Studio.
  960. When Shoga (ginger) and Myoga were imported from the Asian continent, those with a strong fragrance were called Senoka (strong fragrance) and those with a weak fragrance were called Menoka (weak fragrance).
  961. When Shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA came up to Kyoto after Takuan had returned to Daitoku-ji Temple together with Sohaku, he had an audience with Iemitsu due to the exhortation of Munenori YAGYU and Naoyori HORI.
  962. When Shogun visited Nikko in 1642, regulations on accompanying people, as established at the time of Shogun's journeys to Kyoto, were established, and after that the establishment of regulations on accompanying people was regarded as usual practice for Shogun's visits to Nikko.
  963. When Shoin was sent to jail for political crimes in 1858, Toshimaro left his master temporarily to protect his own relatives and family.
  964. When Shokoku-ji Temple burnt down in September of 1394 he started work on its restoration.
  965. When Shokoku-ji Temple was burned down in the Onin war, which started in 1467, Shukyu left the capital for Omi and then other places.
  966. When Shonai type pottery was still used, there were no large tumuli showing consistency in form.
  967. When Shosei was young, he came to Japan with his father, King Zenko, but later died before his father.
  968. When Shoshi later became nyoin (the position given to a close female relative of the Emperor, a woman of comparable standing, or a person in that position), she used Jotomonin for her name as a nyoin, after Jotomondai, which was another name for the residence.
  969. When Shosho knew this, he was so disappointed that he appealed to his mother, Kumoi no Kari,
  970. When Shotaro offers his condolences, it is Isora who appears from the folding screen.
  971. When Shozo died, he left behind debts of 370,000 yen, which Masahiro MAKINO alone was made to take on for the sole reason that he was the eldest son.
  972. When Shuho was 17 years old in 1854, he became 4-dan and served as jukuto (school manager) to take over Saichiro KISHIMOTO as he returned to his hometown.
  973. When Shuntetsu went on an expedition as a vice-shogun (SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro being shogun) to Hitakami Province, some members of the Kudaranokonikishi Clan or their relatives settled down in the Kitagami Basin, and therefore those who have Kudara as their last names are still seen in southern parts of Iwate Prefecture.
  974. When Shusaku died in 1862, most people thought that Shuho would succeed him because he was the best among the Hoinbo disciples, but the widow of Honinbo Jowa, Seiko, strongly objected it and 14-year-old Honinbo Shuetsu, Shuwa's first son, became the heir in 1863.
  975. When Shushi says "Hatta," the Taimatsu torch is slammed down on the floor.
  976. When Shushin, a priest from the same town came to Zenpuku-ji Temple in Sagami Province in May 1365, Chushin served as his Ihatsujisha (the person in charge of attire and finance).
  977. When Sir. Nobumoto had been in Moji City, Musashi Harunobu MIYAMOTO came to Buzen Province and instructed people in the art of Nito Heiho (his Niten Ichi-ryu Art of Warfare), in those days, Kojiro also instructed people in the art of Ganryu Heiho.
  978. When Sixth Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, who had been selected for his office by lottery, but turned out to be a despotic ruler, was lured out and slain by Mitsusuke AKAMATSU (the Kakitsu Incident), the ruling power began to disintegrate.
  979. When Sogi set off to the provinces, he had Sanetaka write poems on shikishi (a square piece of fancy paper for writing a poem on), tanzaku (a strip of fancy paper for writing a poem on), or ogi (a folding fan), and when Sogi returned to Kyoto, he brought Sanetaka souvenirs or paid him remunerations.
  980. When Soji and Binso documents were approved by the Emperor, the drafter official would mark up 'Choku wo uketamawaru ni so ni yore' (literally, we have received the Emperor's order in accordance with the report we have made to the Emperor) instead of Gokaku (a Chinese ideogram to certify imperial approval).
  981. When Soke is ceased for some reason, a leader in the family acts as 'Sokeazukari' (head of family under custody) to substitute for Soke.
  982. When Sorai was a poor scholar, he ordered tofu and ate it at the shop though he didn't have any money.
  983. When Soseki lived in Matsuyama, Shiki invited him out for unadon (a bowl of rice topped with cooked marinated eel) only to have made Soseki pay for it.
  984. When Sota is in despair, yakko Gunsuke, Sota's father-in-law, comes to let him know that Umewaka was killed and he commits suicide suffering from a guilty conscience.
  985. When Soun asked Daruma where he was heading, Daruma replied that he was "going to India" and informed Soun that Soun's lord was "already dead".
  986. When Soun returned from abroad, he learned of the demise of Komei Tei (the ancient Chinese emperor who reigned from 515 to 528 AD).
  987. When Soun was thought to be a ronin, Kitagawa-dono was said to be Yoshitada's mistress; however, the Ise and Imagawa clans were of equivalent rank and so recently, the theory has been revised to state that Kitagawa-dono was Yoshitada's legal wife, not his mistress.
  988. When Suica is used in the PASMO area, or when ICOCA is used in the section between Kita-senju and Ayase or in the simple ticket checker at Hatcho-nawate Station, Atsugi Station or Ogawamachi Station, the usage record of the section is indicated as 'a line of another company.'
  989. When Sukemori heard the news he was beside himself with grief.
  990. When Sukemori received a letter of comfort from Kenreimonin-ukyo-no-daibu, who had heard of the drownings of Kiyotsune and Koremori, he sent a reply, 'I know that my life may come to an end at any moment, thus I'm trying not to let things weight too heavily on my mind.'
  991. When Sukeroku is impersonated by Danjuro or Ebizo, Kojo is done by an actor from apprentice families of the head of the Danjuro ICHIKAWA family.
  992. When Susano went down to Mt. Torikami (now Mt. Sentsu) of Izumo Province, in Ashihara no nakatsukuni, he exterminated Yamatanoorochi (eight-forked snake), which was devastating the land, and gave Amaterasu Omikami an Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi Sword (which was derived from the tale of Yamatanoorochi).
  993. When Susanoo (the god of the sea and storms) made a pledge to his sister, Amaterasu (the sun goddess), to prove his sincerity, Amaterasu received a sword from Susanoo and gave birth to three goddesses, known as the 'Munakata-Sanjoshin.'
  994. When Suseribime no mikoto introduced Onamuji no mikoto to her father after returning home, her father got him to sleep in the room inhabited by snakes or the room in which there were beans and centipedes.
  995. When TACHIBANA no Maro's war broke out, he led palace guards to protect four insurgents, Prince Kibumi, Prince Funadno, OTOMO no Komaro, and ONO no Azumahito, in custody.
  996. When TACHIBANA no Naramaro was arrested on August 8, he said to FUJIWARA no Nagate "Many people are suffering because of the construction work such as Todai-ji Temple. I plotted a rebellion because the government is outrageous."
  997. When TAIRA no Koresuke left for Mutsu Province to assume a new post, Sadamori accompanied him and tried to enter Mutsu Province in October of that year.
  998. When TAIRA no Masakado raised an army in 939 and conquered eight provinces in Kanto (Johei and Tengyo War/TAIRA no Masakado's War), he formed a coalition with TAIRA no Sadamori and attacked Sashima-gun in the Shimofusa Province, which was the base of Masakado, in March 940, next year, and suppressed the turmoil.
  999. When TAIRA no Masakado started a rebellion in the Kanto area, Kancho went there to pray.
  1000. When TAIRA no Masakado took his private soldiers to visit Takeshiba's place after hearing this incident, Tsunemoto re-arranged his army and took his wife and children and confined himself, together with his soldiers, to Safuku Mountain of Hiki County.

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