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  1. When TAIRA no Masakado waged a revolt, FUJIWARA no Tadafumi was appointed Seito Taishogun (commander-general of the army of the eastern regions); however, before he reached the battleground, the disturbance had subsided.
  2. When TAIRA no Munemori tried to commit suicide by drowning at the naval battle of Danno-ura, he fought with Yoshimori ISE who tired to catch Munemori and bind him up and was killed.
  3. When TAIRA no Tadanori was driven out of the capital, he stopped at the residence of FUJIWARA no Toshinari and left a scroll of his poems.
  4. When TAIRA no Tadatsune rose in the Revolt in the Kanto Provinces, the Imperial Court issued an Imperial order to TAIRA no Naokata, who was a military aristocracy staying in Kyoto, but had his homebase in Kanto region, to go on an expedition to conquest TAIRA no Tadatsune.
  5. When TAKECHI returned to Tosa, Izo changed his name to Tetsuzo DOI, and concealed himself alone in Kyoto.
  6. When TANEDA was killed, his favorite concubine, Kokatsu, who was at the site, rushed to the Kumamoto telegraph office despite her injury and sent a telegram saying, "Master is in danger, I am injured" to her parents in Tokyo.
  7. When TV broadcast began after World War Ⅱ, Shoraku HAYASHIYA became famous, with those who appeared on a TV kamikiri quiz show.
  8. When Tadaaki CHIKUSA invaded Kyoto in 1333, he joined them with Morinobu OTA; Monk-Imperial Prince Joson became the leader of the troops.
  9. When Tadae passed the enemy line and escaped, his hikan (low-level bureaucrat), Gento KASHIWAGI, shoot Naomasa II and threw off the horse.
  10. When Tadahide TOKUGAWA was installed as Shogun, Shoinban and Koshogumi (originally it was called Hanabatake-ban [literally, "Guards at the Flower Garden" because there was a flower garden in front of Kuroshoin-saikonoma, the first place where Koshogumi guarded]) were newly created.
  11. When Tadakatsu became a daimyo, he stayed to serve him as a chief retainer.
  12. When Tadakiyo took the arrow back to Kiyomori and reported what had happened, Kiyomori and his men were both astonished and alarmed.
  13. When Tadakuni IJUIN invaded Izaku in 1346, Muhehisa was defeated and besieged in his residing castle.
  14. When Tadakuni's father, Tadaaki, retired in 1812, Tadakuni succeeded the reigns of the family.
  15. When Tadamasa was in his old age, he had a grandson-in-law Tadazane SAKAI.
  16. When Tadamasa was young, he was manly and bighearted and often immoderate.
  17. When Tadamasa welcomed Kiyoyasu's triumphal return to Ina, entertained him with food and drink, and served him a side dish on three hollyhock leaves, Kiyoyasu was pleased and said, "Thanks to your support, I achieved victory in this battle."
  18. When Tadamichi found out who the request actually came from, he tried to have his calligraphy returned, but his efforts ended in failure. (According to the "Azuma Kagami," the framed calligraphy in Enryaku-ji Temple was written by Kanpaku Tadamichi, and the calligraphy on the paper strips was written by FUJIWARA no Norinaga.)
  19. When Tadamichi had become head of the Fujiwara clan, the situation was somewhat adverse in that the Sekkan seiji (regency politics) had lost its viability, he was in conflict with his father and brother, and he did not produce a son to be his heir until much later.
  20. When Tadamori died in 1153, FUJIWARA no Yorinaga said of him 'he governed several provinces, gained riches, obtained followers and was full of military prowess' ("Ukaikisho"), and this indicates the greatness of the Taira clan.
  21. When Tadanao was deprived of samurai status and forfeited the family territories, it was returned to the Shogun family.
  22. When Tadanari died in 1834, Tadakuni MIZUNO, who had joined the Roju after serving as jisha-bugyo (the magistrate of temples and shrines) and Kyoto shoshidai (the Kyoto deputy), succeeded him.
  23. When Tadaoki HOSOKAWA took part in conquering the Aizu region in July 1600, Hidekiyo, who was a chief retainer to Tadaoki, was ordered to keep the Tadaoki's Osaka residence with Kazunari KAWAKITA IWAMI, Sukenao INADOME and others during the absence of the lord.
  24. When Tadaomi died at the age of 65, Michizane mourned his death saying that 'No person with such a real talent of a poet will appear again.'
  25. When Tadateru possessed Echigo (currently Niigata Prefecture), he was the lord of Fukushima-jo Castle (Echigo Province) which the Hori clan built, but he constructed Takada-jo Castle in 1614 and moved into it.
  26. When Tadateru was born, Ieyasu looked at the baby and because the baby looked very dark and the wide-opened eyes made him look frightening, Ieyasu hated the baby and said to abandon him' (Hankanpu [Genealogy of the Protectors of the Shogunate]).
  27. When Tadatsune MIZUNO (feudal lord) (the lord of Matsumoto Domain with 70,000 koku) went back to his room to get a folding fan, Morotaka MORI (the lord of Chofu Domain with 57,000 koku) picked it up for him by giving him a faint smile and said 'sokomoto's (casual way of saying you) fan is right here.'
  28. When Tadayasu NAKAYAMA was about to consult Sanenaru Ogimachi-SANJO and others to settle the situation, Iwakura reproached, 'What are you thinking about to talk in whispers at the conference in the presence of the Emperor' and adjourned the meeting.
  29. When Tadayo asked what was wrong with Naomasa, he replied, "Do you have any soy sauce?"
  30. When Tadayo moved to the Nishinomaru-yashiki from the 土橋口屋敷 in the Edo-jo Castle, Tadayuki moved to 土橋口 from 大橋外屋敷.
  31. When Tadayoshi came near to being deprived of his position of Dainagon because of his long-term neglect of work at Court, he expressed his feelings by exchanging Japanese poems with his brother Motomichi, and "Kokon chomon ju" (A Collection of Tales Heard, Past and Present) includes this anecdote.
  32. When Tadayoshi's army grew stronger, Yoshiakira became powerless and fled from Kyoto. Takauji was also defeated by Tadayoshi's army at Uchidehama in Settsu Province (present Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture).
  33. When Tadayoshi, who lost the political battle, escaped from Kyoto and took sides with the Southern Court in Yoshino, Kunikiyo followed him, but later took sides with Takauji.
  34. When Tadayuki looked out of the window, he saw Hyakki yagyo (night parade of one hundred demons), and since this experience, in which he had a narrow escape, he gave Seimei a special affection.
  35. When Tadazane's position was taken away from the Retired Emperor Shirakawa, Tadazane's eldest son, Tadamichi took the position as a successor, however when the Retired Emperor Toba started his cloister government, Tadazane became Nairan, thus, Tadamichi's position as the Chancellor had no significant meaning.
  36. When Taiho Ritsuryo Code and Yoro Ritsuryo Code were established, 2000 houses of Tomokuyu may have been allotted for only Chugu and later 2000 houses may have been added for Togu.
  37. When Taikan's friend died young in 1911 at the age of 36, he deeply lamented it and took the initiative in holding an exhibition in memory of Shunso HISHIDA, sending his own work, "Goryu Sensei" (now in the possession of the Tokyo National Museum) to the exhibition.
  38. When Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor) took place in 1867, he was appointed to Kokuji goyogakari (a general official of the Imperial Household in charge of the State affair).
  39. When Taishi became Empress, it was Yorinaga, a younger half-brother of hers that she had taken under her protection, who was appointed to the position of Kogogu-daibu (Lord Steward to Her Majesty the Empress).
  40. When Taiso (Tai Zong; Emperor of Tang Dynasty) questioned him about the death, he answered without hesitation, 'I killed him because he insulted me.'
  41. When Takachika's advancement was not going well, his mother, Akazomeemon, sent a poem to FUJIWARA no Michinaga's wife, MINAMOTO no Rinshi:
  42. When Takafuji went to Minami Yamashina (Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City) to practice falconry and it began to rain, he took shelter at the residence of MIYAJI no Iyamasu.
  43. When Takafusa SUE, a senior vassal of the Ouchi clan, raised a rebellion against Yoshitaka (義隆) in 1551 and other senior vassals followed the action of Takafusa, Yoshitaka (義尊) escaped from Yamaguchi to the Dainei-ji Temple in the Nagato Province with his father Yoshitaka (義隆) and other nobles.
  44. When Takako met Reiji MATSUMOTO's ancestor who was a colleague of Morobuchi MISE, she left a strong impression on him.
  45. When Takakuni killed one of his subordinates, Motomori KOZAI, in order to cause internal strife in the Hosokawa clan in 1526, Harumoto HOSOKAWA, who confronted Takakuni, fought against Takakuni with the assistance of Motonaga MIYOSHI in order to enthrone Yoshitsuna ASHIKAGA, the younger brother of Yoshiharu.
  46. When Takakuni received the order of kaieki, a part of retainers including Chikaranosuke OCHIAI did not comply with the order of evacuating from the Miyazu-jo Castle and even attempted to hold up in the Castle and put up all-out resistance, but Takakuni persuaded them to surrender the castle.
  47. When Takakuni's side, including the Ouchi's forces, attacked at night, Masataka HOSOKAWA was killed in the battle, and Sumimoto HOSOKAWA's force completely collapsed.
  48. When Takamori SAIGO and others read this, they admired him even more, and treated him all the more respectfully.
  49. When Takamori SAIGO, the junior staff officer of the government general (the anti-shogunate army), departed toward the east leading the Tokaido vanguard, he was selected for the chief of the first platoon in the castle town (joka ichiban shotai) and occupied Shizuoka and Odawara.
  50. When Takamori raised a rebellion during the Seinan War in 1877, Tsugumichi did not take part in it and became a Rikugunkyo daiko (Deputy chief of the Army) to cover the absence of the government.
  51. When Takanobu entered the temple, the Yamana clan closed the gate and killed him, and the Takeda clan in Inaba was extinguished.
  52. When Takanobu was young, he won fame as a tanka poet and served the Emperor Nijo and Emperor Gotoba.
  53. When Takasada ENYA was defeated by a rebellion afterward, Mitoya clan came under the umbrella of the influential Yamana clan.
  54. When Takasuke MITSUI, the 6th head of the Mitsui-Kita family that was the eldest son's lineage of the house of Mitsui, was invited to the Wakayama Castle town (the town developed around the Wakayama Castle) (Nishihama-goten), Harutomi painted a turtle on the tea bowl that was hand-made by Takasuke.
  55. When Takatoki had the second drinking session with his concubine, Kinugasa, strange clouds trailed, and there was a gust.
  56. When Takatsuna tactfully told that he had stolen the horse, not been granted by Yoritomo, Kagesue replied 'I should have had stolen it, too,' and laughed.
  57. When Takatsune SHIBA suceeded the position, he called himself 'Kanrei,' gave the title of 'shitsuji' to his eldest son Yoshimasa SHIBA and jointly administered the affairs of state.
  58. When Takauji ASHIKAGA came to know it later, he was moved to tears by Yorisada's loyalty to the Emperor, and is said to have acknowledged the Yorinaka's Shoryo (territory) in Nose and in addition given 17 Go (an administrative area larger than a village) to Yorinaka.
  59. When Takauji ASHIKAGA defected from the Emperor Godaigo after the Nakasendai War in 1335, Kintsuna fought against the Takauji army but was defeated, and next year he surrendered to Takauji and became his vassal.
  60. When Takauji ASHIKAGA defected from the new regime, Tadaaki, Yoshisada NITTA, and Akiie KITABATAKE drove him out of Kyoto.
  61. When Takauji ASHIKAGA defected from this, Norikuni followed Takauji to take part in military operations in various locations.
  62. When Takauji ASHIKAGA entered Kyoto and Emperor Godaigo escaped to Yoshino and Emperor Komyo of the Jimyo-in line ascended the throne, Tsunetada was assigned as the new Emperor's Kanpaku.
  63. When Takauji ASHIKAGA raised an army against the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), Yorikane UENO, a grandson of 上野義弁, sided with him.
  64. When Takauji ASHIKAGA rebelled against the Kenmu Government in 1335, Sadatoshi initially followed Yoshisada NITTA's army to hunt down and kill Takauji.
  65. When Takauji ASHIKAGA rose in revolt against Emperor Godaigo and invaded with his force from Kamakura in 1335, he and his younger brother Takeyoshi KIKUCHI joined Yoshisada NITTA's army and fought against the Ashikaga side, but were defeated and took flight to Kyoto.
  66. When Takauji ASHIKAGA rose in revolt in the Kanto region, he charged forward through Tokai-do Road and fought ("Kutsuna Family's notes"), but was defeated and escaped to Saigoku (western part of Japan (esp. Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki)).
  67. When Takauji ASHIKAGA stepped aside from the Kenmu Restoration and turned against the government, Takeshige, who closely served the Emperor Godaigo, fought numerous battles all over Japan.
  68. When Takauji ASHIKAGA took up arms against the new Kenmu Government, which successively caused misgovernment, Yorisada and his legitimate son, Yorito TOKI, followed Takauji ASHIKAGA and provided many distinguished war services in the battles against the Southern Court (Japan).
  69. When Takauji ASHIKAGA turned against the Emperor Godaigo, he joined the Southern Court (Japan) side, and in 1336 he fought together with Masaie KUSUNOKI against the Northern Court (Japan) side of Hitachi.
  70. When Takauji ASHIKAGA was defeated by the Southern Court and escaped to Kyushu, he went to the battlefield of Kita Kyushu in response to Sadahisa's invitation to defeat the Kikuchi clan, a local ruling family in Chikugo Province supporting the Southern Court.
  71. When Takauji ASHIKAGA's enemy Emperor Godaigo died, Zen priest Muso Soseki, who was highly revered by samurai families of the time, strongly recommended that Takauji construct a temple in his memory.
  72. When Takauji ASHIKAGA, who had turned against the new government, made his way to Kyoto by defeating the Imperial army at the Battle of Hakone and Takenoshita, Chikamitsu disguised to surrender in order to assassinate Takauji.
  73. When Takauji came into power, this enabled Tokiuji and the Yaman clan to wield their influence as the shugo daimyo in the Sanin region; they came to be considered as one of the Shishiki-ke (four administrators' families: Yamana, Isshiki, Akamatsu, Kyogoku).
  74. When Takauji died in 1358, he took the tonsure, renamed himself Docho and assisted Yoshiakira who became the second Shogun.
  75. When Takauji dismissed Moronao from his position as steward, Moronao and his brother KO no Moroyasu attacked Tadayoshi in 1349, and Tadayoshi was surrounded by a large army at the residence of Takauji to which he fled.
  76. When Takauji disobeyed the Emperor Godaigo in 1335, he joined Tadayoshi's troop.
  77. When Takauji fled to Kyushu, however, he returned to the emperor's side.
  78. When Takauji initiated a rebellion against Emperor Godaigo using the Nakasendai Rebellion as an opportunity in 1335, Sadatsune joined the battle, and in February, 1336, he dispatched reinforcements led by his own son Yorinao SHONI.
  79. When Takauji invaded Kyoto with his troops, Taketoshi again raised an army against the Ashikaga side, and Takeshige who had escaped from Kyoto, returned back to the clan's home base and fought against Yoriuji ISSHIKI and Yorinao SHONI of the Ashikaga side.
  80. When Takauji invaded Kyoto, Munehisa joined the army with his family, and won back Kyoto.
  81. When Takauji lead his army from Kyushu up east, he had to fight with ASHIKAGA army all around the Kyushu area.
  82. When Takauji made an escape to Kyushu region in April and May of the same year, he accompanied Takauji and unified Takauji's troops at the front by integrating divergent opinions among subordinates.
  83. When Takauji raided Kyoto in January 1336, he immediately joined Takauji and made a name for himself.
  84. When Takauji raised the standard of revolt against the Kamakura Shogunate in Tanba province and captured Kyoto's Rokuhara Tandai, young Yoshiakira (Senjuou) fled Kamakura, carried away by Hosokawa and other Ashikaga vassals, and with Yoshisada NITTA participated in the attack on Kamakura.
  85. When Takauji rebelled against the Kenmu government after the Nakasendai Rebellion, the Hosokawa clan followed Takauji and was dispatched to Shikoku when Takauji's army retreated to Kyushu.
  86. When Takauji recruited troops in February in Hyogo on his way to Kyushu, Sukekage joined again.
  87. When Takauji set out to suppress the Hojo army despite not having obtained an Imperial decree, Emperor Godaigo belatedly appointed him seito shogun (literally, "general who subdues the eastern barbarians").
  88. When Takauji subsequently conducted peace negotiations with the Southern Court, he accepted all of the Southern Court's demands and 'surrendered' with the priority that Tadayoshi be killed, which was followed by an alliance between Takauji and the Southern Court which issued an order to hunt down and kill Tadayoshi.
  89. When Takauji who was temporarily a priest received the report that Yoshisada was approaching Hakone, he agreed to get back to the battle line by Tadayoshi's persuasion.
  90. When Takauji's illegitimate child, Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA who revolted against the Shogunate in the Kanno Disturbance entered Kyushu, it was divided among the three equal powers of the Southern Court, Takauji (the Shogunate) and Tadafuyu.
  91. When Takechi no Miko in Otsu-kyo came to know the rising of his father, Oama no Miko, he escaped from the capital, went over Kafuka and joined Oama no Miko and his party in Tsumue yamaguchi on July 28.
  92. When Takehachiro KAZURAYAMA committed hara-kiri in October, 1864, Ryozo and Sanjuro TANI visited Koen-ji Temple as Tanomikoshibito (who were in charge of requesting burial of the deceased after hara-kiri and/or carrying the body of the deceased after hara-kiri) for Takehachiro.
  93. When Takemikazuchi asked Okuninushi, 'Kotoshironushi said so, but is there any child who has an opinion?' and Okuninushi told him to ask another son, Takeminakata.
  94. When Takemikazuchi no kami tried to kill Takeminakata no kami, Takeminakata no kami begged 'Please don't kill me, as I will never leave this place,' and then surrendered to Takemikazuchi no kami.
  95. When Takemikazuchi-no-kami appears in the main body of the chapter on the conquest of Ashihara no nakatsukuni in Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), it is described that it is the grandchild of Itsunoohashiri-no-kami IV, a god living in Amenoiwaya.
  96. When Takeminakata, Kotoshiro nushi (a Japanese ancient god) who was a child of Okuninushi (chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan, and the central character in the important cycle of myths set in that region) descended to Amatsu kami, Okuninushi gave the land in exchange for building his palace.
  97. When Takeshige was fitting in Kanto region, Takeshige's younger brother, Taketoshi KIKUCHIT attacked Sadatsune SHONI at Dazaifu (local government office in Kyushu region) and killed him, while Sadatsune's son, Yorinao SHONI, was in present Shimonoseki City to meet Takauji, who fled from Kyoto and sought refuge in Kyushu.
  98. When Taketoki KIKUCHI attacked Hidetoki HOJO of the Chinzei Tandai (a bakufu-appointed functionary in the Hakata region) in March, 1333, Sadatsune took the side of Hidetoki and Taketoki was killed in battle.
  99. When Taketoki's wife Asaji heard everything from him, she told Taketoki that Kuniharu would definitely kill him threatening the position of the lord if Kuniharu was to know the prediction of the old woman, and she encouraged Taketoki to kill Kuniharu before being killed, which made his heart waver.
  100. When Takube asked the elder of the temple, he was told that "Kyoten Daizo-kyo Sutra" stated that the spirit of the newly dead would transform into Onmoraki, and it might be caused by the corpse temporarily stored at the temple recently.
  101. When Tamakazura celebrated Mogi (coming-of-age ceremony for girls), Omiya mediated between Hikaru Genji and Naidaijin ('Miyuki' (The Imperial Progress)), but before long it is told that she passed away. ('Fujibakama' (Thoroughwort Flowers))
  102. When Tamayori-bime, the daughter of the god Kamo Taketsunumi no Mikoto, was playing in the Semi-no-Ogawa River (the Kamo-gawa River) in Ishikawa, a red arrow came floating by.
  103. When Tametomo realized that there was no point resisting such a force, he stabbed to death his nine-year-old son MINAMOTO no Tameyori, who had been born on the island.
  104. When Tametomo spotted the figure of Yoshitomo on the battlefield, he made ready to shoot at him, but reconsidered because he thought his older brother and his father may have made a secret agreement.
  105. When Tanba Province was formed in the seventh century, its territory spanned from the middle and north areas of the present Kyoto prefecture to the east end of the north and middle areas of the present Hyogo prefecture.
  106. When Tanetada FUJINAMI in the Edo period was censored due to Imperial decree, the family was once demoted to Jige (low class nobles); however, at the time of his grandson Kagetada FUJINAMI (Senior Second Rank, Jingi taifu) (1647 - 1727), the family was reinstated in the Tosho-ke.
  107. When Tang reunified China, the unification of the North and South strains of Confucianism presented by the two Ryu of Sui was promoted as a national project.
  108. When Tang-style names were adopted for government organizations in 758, it was renamed Kongukan and defined as the organization to 'receive the Imperial orders and convey them to government officials.'
  109. When Taro arrived back at the beach with the turtle, there was nobody whom Taro knew.
  110. When Tenbun no ran (Tenbun Rebellion) occurred in the Date clan in the Sengoku period (Japan), Yoshimori MOGAMI became independent of the Date clan and began to become daimyo (Japanese territorial lord).
  111. When Tenchu-gumi Incident occurred, many samurai in Totsukawa joined Tenchu-gumi (Heavenly Avenging Force); however, they eventually left the force due to the antiquity of the equipment, lack of strategies held by the Tenchu-gumi, and the official judgment by the Imperial Court that 'Tenchu-gumi was not an Imperial army.'
  112. When Tenchu-gumi raised an army, Ryozaemon KOTO, a large landowner and an imperialist from Awaji got rid of all his property and contributed the money to Tenchu-gumi as war funds.
  113. When Tenjin are dying, it is believed that five changes occur.
  114. When Tenma Tenjin Hanjotei Theater, a joseki, was established, restoration of the shinuchi system was discussed, which was deferred.
  115. When Tenmei visited Ame no Hitsuku-jinja Shrine and took a rest at the shrine office after the automatic writing, he met an old woman carrying a basket on her back and became friends with her and drank up sacred rice wine together with her there.
  116. When Tenmonkata was abolished in 1869, tenmondai at Asakusa and Kudan were also abolished.
  117. When Tenson Ninigi descended to earth, Kunitsukami (god of the land) Oyamatsumi married his daughters Konohana no Sakuyabime and Iwanagahime to Ninigi.
  118. When Teruhiro invaded Suo Province many former vassals of the Ouchi clan were ready to help him because of his family name.
  119. When Terumasa married Tokuhime, a daughter of Ieyasu, he visited the residence of Tokugawa in Fushimi and asked, 'Is Naokatsu NAGAI, who killed my father in the Battle of Nagakute, present?'
  120. When Terumune DATE attacked Kosai-jo Castle in 1582, Sadatsuna OUCHI called on Terumune to come under his leadership in his territory.
  121. When To-ji Temple was built, the Hata clan provided lumber from its own Mt. Inari, causing the god Inari to be worshipped as the guardian deity of To-ji Temple.
  122. When Toa Kinema, which had been managing 'Tojiin Studio' originally constructed by Shozo MAKINO in the precincts of Toji-in Temple in Kyoto in 1921, went into a slump in business in September 1931; 'Tokatsu Eiga-sha Film Company' was established as an agency of the said company.
  123. When Toba villa (Jonan villa) was built by the Emperor Shirakawa, the shrine became part of the estate and was frequently visited by successive emperors and retired emperors.
  124. When Todai-ji Temple was reconstructed after an arson attack, Inson was in control of the construction of the parts of the Great Buddha (of Nara), such as haloes.
  125. When Toei was incorporated on April 1, 1951 with President Hiroshi OKAWA, he took the position of general manager of the production department at the head office and then, became the head of Toei Movie Studios.
  126. When Tofukumonin was sent to court to marry the Emperor Gomizunoo, research on the proper way to wear juni-hitoe was conducted, however, the costume newly made from the research was different from the traditional one and the length of mo became extremely short and the hem barely reached the floor.
  127. When Togai was dead, Tokimasa wrote the inscription for Togai's gravestone and gave it to Togai's students.
  128. When Togashi tries to stop him, Benkei reviles.
  129. When Tohaku HASEGAWA completed the wall painting formerly at Shoun-ji Temple (currently the painting on the fusuma sliding doors at the Chishakuin Temple), his son Kyuzo died young at the age of 26.
  130. When Tojuro played Bunzo UMENAGA in "Keisei Hotoke-no-hara," he was criticized by his audience for his long dialogue in the scene, where Bunzo deliberately chatted with his lover Aishu to sound out her mind.
  131. When Tokaido was developed, Fuchu-juku stage was placed in the castle town of Sunpu as the nineteenth stage from Edo.
  132. When Tokihira took charge, he followed Uda's policy and controlled influential families and protected peasants.
  133. When Tokihiro OE, who was appointed to Kurodo (Chamberlain) of Emperor Juntoku, tried to go back to Kyoto, being negligent of his duties in Kamakura, Sanetomo criticized him for making little of Kamakura although he was gokenin ("Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East) The Article of October 20, the 6th Year of Kenpo).
  134. When Tokimune was appointed to the regent in 1268, he indicated his frustration as a member of anti-Tokuso school fraction and opposed to the bakufu regarding the content of the answer to correspondence from Yuan (Dynasty).
  135. When Tokimura was killed in the Kagen Disturbance, he defeated Munekata HOJO and got a position of Rensho immediately after.
  136. When Tokiyoshi died in 1389, his son, Tokihiro YAMANA, succeeded him.
  137. When Tokuhei YAMAGISHI discovered "Towazugatari" in the Imperial Household Archive (at that time known as the Bureau of Drawings and Books), he felt intuitively that it was equal to even "Kagero Nikki" (The Gossamer Years).
  138. When Tokuko gave birth to Imperial Prince Tokihito (later Emperor Antoku) in 1178, Muneko served the prince as his wet nurse, renaming herself Sochi no tsubone.
  139. When Tokuko's son, Imperial Prince Tokihito was enthroned as Emperor Antoku, Ryoko was appointed as a Gojiso (a priest who protects the Emperor through prayer), resulting in his closer relationship with the Taira Clan.
  140. When Tokuseirei (ordering return of land sold and dissolution of debts) was issued due to a peasant uprising, the bakufu had to suspend the collection of dosoyaku, making it an unstable form of revenue even though it was an indispensable form of income.
  141. When Tokyo Sugaku Gaisha (Tokyo Mathematical Company), the former The Mathematical Society of Japan, was established in 1877, many wasan mathematicians, who were indeed more skillful and had better understanding of mathematics than yosan mathematicians, joined.
  142. When Tomiko HINO, wife of the Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA gave birth to Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA in December 20, 1465, Yoshifuji visited the Shogun's place and presented one sword with a congratulatory address.
  143. When Tomosaburo KATO, the Minister of Navy visited the United States to attend Washington Conference (in 1922), a matter on the substitution of the minister of Navy's duty occurred.
  144. When Tomotsuna KUTSUKI, the ninth lord of the Domain, died in December 1802, he became the adopted son of Tomotsuna and took over as head of the family on February 3, 1803 and became the tenth lord of the Domain.
  145. When Tonose and her daughter visit Oboshi's house, a maid servant Rin answers, and she makes the audience laugh with a silly, comical conversation.
  146. When Tora was nineteen, in May 28 1193 (old lunar calendar), the brothers sneaked under the darkness of night into the hunting grounds at the foot of Mt. Fuji held by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and executed their revenge on Suketsune KUDO for their father's death.
  147. When Torakichi told he would go back to the abode of a Taoist immortal, Atsutane made Torakichi carry letter to residents of the abode of a Taoist immortal requesting for instruction.
  148. When Torakichi was returning to Yukai, Atsutane made Torakichi carry his letter and literary work 'Tama no Mihashira (The Concept of Afterlife)' for Yaman no kami of the hidden village at Mt. Asama in Shinano Province, where the master was said to be enshrined.
  149. When Toshiie MAEDA died in 1599, he attacked Mitsunari ISHIDA with Fukushima and Kato.
  150. When Toshiie and his entourage visited Kasuga-taisha Shrine, they found something like a white cloud on Mt. Sao.
  151. When Toshiie fell into a critical condition, Matsu (Hoshunin) who sewed up a kyokatabira (shroud) in person and was about to get him into it said as follows.
  152. When Toshiie's legitimate son Toshinaga said that he didn't hear Toshiie talk about the art of warfare or the strategies so much, Kiyomasa envied Toshinaga saying, "It's regrettable of you when you have a father like him who is so familiar with the military strategies."
  153. When Toshikage subjugated Echizen Province, he followed him.
  154. When Toshimichi OKUBO, the secretary of Interior, caught the news, he immediately visited the imperial palace with Tsugumichi SAIGO.
  155. When Toshimitsu left the Inaba clan for the Akechi clan, Ittetsu INABA requested that Nobunaga ODA intervene and have him returned to the service of the Inaba clan, a suggestion with wich Nobunaga was in agreement, and therefore recommended that Toshimitsu be returned to the service of the Inaba clan.
  156. When Toshinaga departed for the front again after returning to Kanazawa-jo Castle, Toshimasa didn't make a move.
  157. When Toshinaga died in Etchu Takaoka, Eihime retuned to Kanazawa and took the tonsure to become a nun, and took the Buddhist name, Gyokusen-in.
  158. When Toshitsune MAEDA and Sotan GEMPAKU died in 1658, Soshitsu SENSO succeeded the Urasenke school to become its 4th head, and in 1671 when he was retained by Tsunanori MAEDA as a tea server, he was given a 150 koku salary and a residence at Misogura-cho in Kanazawa-jo castle town.
  159. When Toshizo HIJIKATA was killed in Hakodate War, he was there and entrusted to deliver a letter to the Hijikata family from Saisuke YASUTOMI, rikugunbugyo soeyaku (a person who support the army leader conveying the command or giving instructions).
  160. When Toshizo HIJIKATA was killed on May 11, 1869 and Saemon KASUGA was killed on May 12, he was recommended to escape from goryokaku (the main fortress of the short-lived Republic of Ezo) by the president, Takeaki ENOMOTO and the head of the military police, Keisuke OTORI.
  161. When Toshizo was in Edo, he normally stayed in Kamaya, an inn patronized by the Shogunate.
  162. When Toyama asked the student 'what you want to study for,' the student said 'I wish to become a bridge across the Pacific.'
  163. When Toyoo is pressing down Manago with a given stole, Hokai shows up before long.
  164. When Toyoo lifts the stole, Tomiko and a three-foot serpent are there, unconscious.
  165. When Toyouji's father, Noriyori ARIMA, died in 1602, Toyouji inherited the Sanda Domain in Settsu Province which had a yield of 20,000 koku to bring the total yield of territories under his control to 80,000 koku.
  166. When Treaty of amity and commerce between the United states and Japan was concluded in 1858, he was arrested as 'a person who plotted' in Ansei no Taigoku (suppression of extremists by the Shogunate) by Naosuke II because he was against the Imperial sanction for the treaty and was punished with house arrest of 50 days.
  167. When Tsukiyomi no mikoto went to Ukemochi no kami, Ukemochi no kami faced the land and discharged rice from her mouth, and then faced the sea and discharged fish from her mouth, and finally faced the mountain and discharged a beast from her mouth, and served Tsukiyomi no mikoto with them.
  168. When Tsuna picked up the arm that had been grasping his hair, he saw that it was actually jet-black and covered in needle-like white hairs, which was why it had seemed to be white as snow.
  169. When Tsunasada retired on September 20, 1780, he took over as head of the family and became the seventh lord of the Domain.
  170. When Tsunatoyo became the sixth Shogun, Takakazu began working for the Edo shogunate and was appointed the Maruonando kumikashira (a job whose duty was to manage the assets belonging to the Shogun's family).
  171. When Tsunayori UESUGI heard about the raid, he announced the dispatch of troops to the Kira residence in order to save his biological father.
  172. When Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA and Keishoin visited the residence of Honjo clan (it is called 'Shogun onari') on December 18, 1692, he was added 20,000 koku, and consequently, he had the territory changed to the Hitachi Province and became the lord of the Kasama domain with 40,000 koku.
  173. When Tsunayoshi died in 1709 and he assumed the position of the sixth shogun at age 48, Ienobu showed backbone by abolishing notorious ordinances such as Shorui-Awaremi-no-rei (ordinances of animal protection) and liquor tax, winning widespread popularity and raising expectations from the common people.
  174. When Tsuneaki, the son of Tsuneyuki, had no heir, and Machiko, a woman, inherited the Nakamikado family name, the title of marquess was returned; but the family adopted Tsuneyasu from a branch family and were able to recover their status.
  175. When Tsunehisa AMAGO, who was once under house arrest, rose again by stratagem, Tadasuke returned his allegiance to Tsunehisa AMAGO.
  176. When Tsushinshi came to Japan in 1764 in the Horeki era (1751 - 1764), the incident in which Denzo SUZUKI, a retainer of the Tsushima Domain and an interpreter, killed Cheon-Jong CHOI, an interpreter and a middle-class officer, in Osaka.
  177. When Tsushinshi came to Japan in the Kyoho era (1716 - 1736) after the one in the Shotoku era, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA restored the use of Tycoon, without getting involved in the positioning-of-shogun problem, and also totally restored the treatment of the envoy for the reason that the original rules should be followed.
  178. When Tsutsui's novel "Jazz Daimyo" (Dixieland Daimyo) was made into a movie by his heart-throb director, his dream had come true.
  179. When Turks talk to Japanese people about the history of friendly relations between Turkey and Japan in public, they almost always mention the story of the Ertu?rul and her disaster above all things.
  180. When Uchimura visited Kenseigijuku in 1901, he mentioned the following.
  181. When Udaijin (Minister of the Right) ABE no Miushi died on May 24, 703, Shosanmi ISONOKAMI no Ason Maro became a messenger to send an eulogy and gifts.
  182. When Ujitsuna refused to do so, Motouji attacked him for rebellion against the Kanto Kanrei.
  183. When Ujitsune SHIBA, who was the Kyushu Tandai (local commissioner), attacked Dazaifu, Takemitsu and his younger brother Takeyoshi KIKUCHI fought him off.
  184. When Ujiyasu died from a disease in October 1571, Tsunashige ceded the reigns of his family to his son Ujishige HOJO to retire.
  185. When Ukon was invited to Kaga-no-kuni (Kaga Province) the next year, Organtino headed toward Kyushu.
  186. When Umako heard this, he went to see Prince Anahobe, and they met in front of the gate.
  187. When Umako saw Moriya presenting his eulogy and his body shaking from sadness, Umako laughed saying 'if he had a bell on his body, it sure would make a lot of noise.'
  188. When Uruma no Okina tells him a story of Tegona, which has been handed down in the village, Katsushiro makes a poem.
  189. When Urusan-jo Castle, at the east most edge of Korea, was under construction, the Japanese forces were attacked by the Ming-Korean forces from the end of 1597 to the beginning of 1598; the Japanese fought the enemy off (the first Battle of Ulsan).
  190. When Utsusemi was little, she lost her father who was supposed to be her supporter, so she was taken to wife by Iyo no suke, who was looking for a second wife, and she led a quiet and stable life.
  191. When Vietnamese students and others in Japan began to form an anti-French movement organization and started its campaign, French government cracked down on them in different ways, which included putting their relatives in prison and interfering with money transfers.
  192. When Wa people sailed the sea using ships, a 'Jisai' would be chosen.
  193. When Wado-kaichin silver coins were minted, Saijusenshi was established.
  194. When Wakatake(ki)ru(ro) King's temple was located in Shikinomiya, I served and supported him; So as a token of my service, this sword was made.
  195. When Western food is served at home, it is still the same as written above.
  196. When World War II ended, Butoku Kai tried to immediately change its existing nature to that of a private organization, and therefore privatized its operation in January 1946.
  197. When World War II started, the riverside to the north of the Shira-kawa River was destroyed during building evacuation; among the destroyed buildings was the teahouse called "Daitomo," run by Taka ISODA.
  198. When World WarⅠ broke out following the Sarajevo Incident, the second Shigenobu OKUMA administration declared war on Germany under the Anglo-Japanese Alliance and entered the war.
  199. When YAMANAMI happened to see Soji OKITA (Tatsuya FUJIWARA) who was assigned to pursue him, YAMANAMI identified his name by himself.
  200. When YAMANAMI returned to the place where he quartered, YAMANAMI who intended to commit Seppuku was standing by in a white kimono (which a samurai wore to commit harakiri in feudal Japan).
  201. When YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto conquered Kumaso (a tribe living in the ancient Kyushu district), he dressed himself as a woman, and when Empress Jingu conquered sankan (three countries in old Korea), she dressed herself as a man, that symbolized the moment when they are possessed by god.
  202. When YOSHIDA was executed as a result of the Ansei Purge (安政の大獄), the Choshu clan started to clearly indicate its attitude of opposition to Bakufu at all times, which resulted in the Kinmon Rebellion (禁門の変), and twice they were punitively expedited by Bakufu.
  203. When Yamanaka returned home, all his relatives tried to force him to quit the film industry but he did not lose his enthusiasm.
  204. When Yamashina Hongan-ji Temple was destroyed in the Tenbun War in 1532, the Otani Dojo was also destroyed.
  205. When Yamazaki-jo Castle was constructed on Mt. Tenno directly after the conflict, it enveloped the temple and for this reason became known as 'Hoji-jo Castle'.
  206. When Yanagihara-cho was incorporated into Shimogyo Ward, total 10 towns; eight towns with prefix 'Higashi Shichijo' and two towns with prefix 'Yanagihara,' were established, but the latter currently belong to Higashiyama Ward.
  207. When Yangqi Fanghui ('Yogi Hoe' in Japanese), who went on to become one of the founders of the Rinzai Sect in Japan, undertook Zen meditation at a ruined temple on Mt. Yangqi during a snowy night, the wind grew and snow was blown into the room.
  208. When Yasuharu WAKISAKA had major repairs conducted on the stone wall, a nobori-ishigaki was built but this was later demolished as a result of the 'one castle per province' edict issued by the shogunate, and the remaining stone wall ruins are not well-preserved.
  209. When Yasuhisa studied at the Hoensha, there were only four live-in disciples including Senji ISHII who was the school manager, Tomita DOKE, Eijiro SUGIOKA and Yasuhisa TAMURA.
  210. When Yasukazu YASUBA, Okura Taijo (senior secretary of the Minister of the Treasury) who was recommended by Saigo, voiced his opinioin that Okuma should be impeached, Okuma and his supporters, including Shimpei ETO and Shojiro GOTO, uniformily opposed the move.
  211. When Yasukazu was eight years old, he entered Jishukan, a hanko (domain school) of Hosokawa Domain, Kumamoto, and he was selected to be a kyoryosei (dormitory student who are free of room and board charge).
  212. When Yasuke breaks the sake barrel, a poisonous lizard appears from it, showing that the sake Gengobe brought was, in fact, deadly poisonous alcohol.
  213. When Yasumori was appointed as provincial governor of Echizen Province on March 7, 1163, the 18-year-old Yasuyori was also dispatched to Echizen, and it is believed that Yasumori granted Yasuyori the family name of Taira around this time.
  214. When Yasunori finished his term and was about to return to Kyoto, people walked across the street, cried and mourned his passing.
  215. When Yasuori retired on May 20, 1862, he took over as head of the family and became the tenth lord of the Domain.
  216. When Yasutoki returned to Kamakura because Yasutoki's father, Yoshitoki had died a sudden death (in June through July 1224), there was a coup by the Iga family triggered by Yasutoki's stepmother, Iga no Kata, which was intended to support her biological son, Masamura HOJO, as the next regent.
  217. When Yasutoki told Tsunetaka that he did not intend to have Tsunetaka kill himself, Tsunetaka opened his eyes widely, uttered some sound in a pleasant way, and passed away.
  218. When Yatsugikami no mikoto-jinja Shrine (also presumably Yatsuki Shinmei-jinja Shrine: the enshrined deity is Amenoakaru Toyotama no Mikoto) is viewed from O-jinja Shrine, it is the direction in which Jinraku and Tsukiyama Kofun are located.
  219. When Yatsukamizuomitsunu no Mikoto finished dragging the lands and pierced the earth by a wood stick with a cry, woods grew thickly that became "Ou no mori" (the Ou forest).
  220. When Yoichibei squats down at the opening scene, two hands suddenly appear and grasp Yoichibei's feet.
  221. When Yokohama Flugels disappeared, six players, one coach and one other staff member transferred their registrations to Sanga.
  222. When Yonai refused, the Army made the Minister of the Army, Shunroku HATA, resign without providing a successor, and the cabinet members resigned en masse.
  223. When Yoriie became the second Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians", also called Shogun) after Yoritomo died, Yoshikazu became a member of the 13-person parliamentary system.
  224. When Yoriie killed a deer, Yoritomo sent a messenger to Masako; however, she sent the messenger back saying that 'No need to make a fuss over a samurai's heir killing a deer.'
  225. When Yoriie requested that Kagetoki explain himself, Kagetoki went back to his land without an excuse.
  226. When Yorikage NAGAO stayed behind and looked after Echigo Province, as Shugodai died in 1469, Fusasada started feeling uneasy about the internal affairs of Echigo and returned in 1471, leaving his legitimate son Sadamasa in Shiroi-jo Castle in Kozuke Province.
  227. When Yorimasa and Nakatsuna took up arms with Prince Mochihito and died in the battle of Rising of Prince Mochihito, he was in Izu Province with Nakatsuna's second son, MINAMOTO no Aritsuna, and they joined the army to search out and destroy the Heishi (Taira clan).
  228. When Yorimitsu was bed-ridden with "okori" (an intermittent [malarial] fever), an evil monk of about 2.1 meters tall emerged and tried to catch and bind Yorimitsu with ropes;
  229. When Yorimori heard about the loss of the capital, he sent his son, Tamemori, to Munemori to inquire about the situation; however, Munemori was to unsettled to provide a coherent response.
  230. When Yorinaga died in spite of care, Naritaka hid out at Ninna-ji Temple for several days, became a priest and surrender to the Imperial army.
  231. When Yorinaga left the palace grounds, Morinori often took the lead of the procession.
  232. When Yorinari lost to his older brother Masayori TOKI in a succession struggle, Kankuro (Dosan) secretly plotted a sudden attack against Masayori at Kawate-jo Castle and drove him out to Echizen, which greatly contributed to Yorinari's assignment to shugo.
  233. When Yorinobu TOKUGAWA, the 10th son of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, was appointed as the lord of the Kishu domain in July 1619, Naotsugu ANDO, the lord of Kakegawa Castle in Totomi Province, was assigned to the post of attendant chief retainer.
  234. When Yoritomo decided to track down and kill his younger brother, MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, he sent a letter, in which he snapped angrily at gokenin (immediate vassals of the shogunate in the Kamakura period) in Kyoto (see the section Exclusion of Yoshitsune in 1185 in the page of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo).
  235. When Yoritomo died in 1199, Tokimasa and his family members attempted to increase their power and killed many senior vassals, including Kagetoki KAJIWARA, Yoshikazu HIKI (a maternal relative of MINAMOTO no Yoriie), OE no Hirotada and Tadatsune NITA.
  236. When Yoritomo died, Yasuyori was still alive and would live for a further 20 years, and thus Yoritomo could not possibly have erected a memorial column for Yasuyori.
  237. When Yoritomo entered Musashi Province raising an army again with his renewed power on October 31, 1180, Shigeyori surrendered to him with Shigetada HATAKEYAMA and Shigenaga EDO.
  238. When Yoritomo escaped to Awa Province and raised another army, Togoku (the eastern part of Japan) samurai such as Tsunetane CHIBA and Hirotsune KAZUSA joined to create a large army; they entered Kamakura in October (the old calendar).
  239. When Yoritomo heard about Tokitada's death, he commented, 'As he was a clever vassal, he assisted in various matters in the era of the late emperor and in the Taira era. It is a pity for the imperial palace even today' (Article for March 30, 1189 in "Azuma Kagami").
  240. When Yoritomo heard it, he confiscated all the properties of Yoshitsune.
  241. When Yoritomo left Awa, moved up the Boso Peninsula, and reached Sumidagawa River with the Chiba clan, Hirotsune met them with a large army of 20,000 horse soldiers.
  242. When Yoritomo lost in the Battle of Ishibashiyama, Kagechika visited Shigekuni on September 26 and requested him to arrest the wives and children of the Sasaki brothers who followed Yoritomo.
  243. When Yoritomo moved to Kyoto with his gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods)in 1190, Jiro TAKANASHI was included among the gokenin, so that the Takanashi clan is considered to have retained its position as gokenin during the Kamakura period.
  244. When Yoritomo moved to subjugate Yukiie in August, he formed an alliance with Yoshitsune, who had been in a dispute with Yoritomo since the Battle of Dan no Ura, and after rallying the anti-Yoritomo forces in October, he was ordered by Retired Emperor Goshirakawa to pursue and subjugate Yoritomo.
  245. When Yoritomo opened the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), Hiromoto rose to the nerve center of the bakufu.
  246. When Yoritomo ordered Moritsuna to apologize to Suketsune, Moritsuna refused to apologize on the grounds that he had already disowned his son.
  247. When Yoritomo raised an army in August 1180, Masamitsu and his son, Tomomasa were in Kyoto as Obanyaku (a job to guard Kyoto).
  248. When Yoritomo received Prince Mochihito's order and decided to defeat the Taira clan in 1180, Tsunetaka followed him and on the 17th of August, Tsunetaka went to the house of Nobuto TSUTSUMI, who was regarded as a great warrior, to kill him with Kanetaka YAMAKI as his guardian.
  249. When Yoritomo rose up in arms, Shigetada followed the Taira clan, and drove Yoritomo into the corner by killing Yoshiaki MIURA.
  250. When Yoritomo saw FUJIWARA no Toshikane, a bugyonin (a magistrate for Heian period political operations and ceremonies of the Imperial Court) and one of his close retainers, wearing a luxurious garment, Yoritomo cut off Toshikane's kosode (a kimono with short sleeves worn as underclothing by the upper classes) and gave the following warning.
  251. When Yoritomo sent an envoy to Shigetada, Shigetada felt disgraced and tried to kill himself; however, the envoy stopped him and said that he should go to Kamakura to explain himself.
  252. When Yoritomo stayed in Furutabashieki, Shimotsuke Province (now Utsunomiya City), where he prayed for victory at Utsunomiya Futaarayama-jinja Shrine on September 14, Tomomasa's father served meals for Yoritomo at his camp.
  253. When Yoritomo visited Kyoto for the first time in 1190, Kagetoki accompanied him; on the way, Yoritomo and Kagetoki exchanged their waka (Japanese poems) at a party with yujo (prostitutes) in an inn at Hashimoto, Totoumi Province.
  254. When Yoritomo was the first shogun, it was practically a top rank, but later became a mere fa?ade.
  255. When Yoritomo was thirty-six years old, three years after moving to Kamakura, Yoriie was born as the long-awaited Onzoshi of the Minamoto clan and his birth received a tremendous celebration by the people.
  256. When Yoritomo went to Kyoto in 1190, Shigenari accompanied him.
  257. When Yoritomo who had fled to Awa Province rose a force of soldiers again and entered Kamakura, Moritsuna and his old brothers rushed to Yoritomo again.
  258. When Yoritomo's early samurai government was established in Kamakura, he was appointed as the first Samurai-dokoro betto.
  259. When Yoritomo's force subdued Kanto region, Yoshishige called at Kamakura in December.
  260. When Yoritomo's visit to his favorite mistress called Kame no mae during Masako's pregnancy was exposed, Masako became furious and ordered Munechika MAKI to destroy the residence of Kame no mae.
  261. When Yoritsune KUJO let his son Yoritsugu KUJO succeed the shogunship in 1244, Mitsumura was added as one of the Kamakura bakufu hyojoshu (a member of Council of State) for the purpose of giving support to the new shogun.
  262. When Yoriyuki became Kanrei and was engaged in national politics, Yoriari was entrusted with domain management as Shugodai (deputy provincial governor) and fought with Kono clan, which sided with the Sourthern Court (Japan), while striving to vassalize local lords and samurai.
  263. When Yoriyuki died in 1392, Yoshimasa rejoined the shogunate government and he served as Kanrei five times in total of 18 years.
  264. When Yorizane OINOMIKADO had a Kemari Party inviting retired Emperor Gotoba in 1208, Masatsune received the title of "Kemari Choja" by the retired emperor for outstanding performance.
  265. When Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA escaped to Wakasa Province for Yoshizumi TAKEDA's help, and then, to Echizen Province for ASAKURA's help, Mitsuhide made contact with Yoshiaki.
  266. When Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA took up arms against Nobunaga in July 1573, Kagenao rejected Yoshiaki's invitation to join his army, and at the Battle of Makishima-jo Castle, he successfully helped Nobunaga.
  267. When Yoshiaki KATO started the castle construction in 1602, he built the country's largest nobori-ishigaki but the northern part was demolished around the Meiji Restoration for some reasons, and only the southern part has been preserved intact.
  268. When Yoshiaki asked assistance from Nobunaga ODA who was a daimyo of Owari Province and Mino Province, Yasuyuki went to his temporal residence and began to serve Fujitaka HOSOKAWA.
  269. When Yoshiaki became the Shogun he proposed that the Imperial Court change the name of the era to 'Genki'.
  270. When Yoshiaki began to conflict with Nobunaga, Mitsuhide left Yoshiaki and became a direct subordinate to Nobunaga.
  271. When Yoshiaki plundered the Shonai district, he directed the Tozenji clan to rule the district.
  272. When Yoshiaki tried to rise in arms against Nobunaga in 1573, Fujitaka remonstrated with him.
  273. When Yoshiaki was backed by Nobunaga ODA and went to Kyoto, he demanded disciplinary action towards the person responsible for assigning Yoshihide to the former Shogun.
  274. When Yoshiaki was exiled from Kyoto by Nobunaga, he was not killed because of the intervention of Kennyo of Honganji-Temple; Yoshiaki fled to Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI (a leader of the MIYOSHI clan), who was a feudal lord of Kawachi and his sister's husband.
  275. When Yoshiaki's residence, the Nijo-jo Castle was built in Kyo (imperial capital), the gigantic stone which was in Fujitaka's residence and called 'fujitoishi' was used for that.
  276. When Yoshiaki, who was protected by the Mori clan, built an anti-Nobunaga network, Katsuie fought in various places including Omi Province and Settsu Province as a powerful military commander of the Oda army.
  277. When Yoshichika died on March 11 the next year, his retirement benefice of 5,000 koku was divided between Yoshinao KOIDE and Yoshitada KOIDE, Fusatomo's younger brothers, who inherited territories with yields of 3,000 koku and 2,000 koku respectively.
  278. When Yoshichika found the Emperor in Gankei-ji Temple (Kazan-ji Temple), however, the Emperor had become a priest.
  279. When Yoshihiro returned from 'the Battle of Sekigahara' in 1600, Tadanori went to Yatsushiro (today's Kunitomi-cho, Higashimorogata-gun) to meet him together with a company of 130 soldiers from the Suki area led by Shigeari MURAO and his son.
  280. When Yoshihisa (later renamed Yoshihiro) ASHIKAGA was born on December 11, 1465 between Yoshimasa and Tomiko, the latter, eager to have her own son Yoshihisa succeed the Shogunate, approached Sozen in secret maneuvers to prevent Yoshimi from assuming that position.
  281. When Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA went for subjugation of Rokkaku clan of Omi Province in 1487, he led his troop of 142 horses and 1500 warriors in the vanguard (however, Sadakage ASAKURA [the nineth family head] stayed Tsuruga in order to avoid to fight with Yoshihiro SHIBA).
  282. When Yoshihisa SHIMAZU in Satsuma Province started to invade Hyuga Province in 1577, Sorin also lead a large force and departed (discussed below).
  283. When Yoshihisa mobilized daimyo (Japanese feudal lords) from various provinces and got close to the Kannonji-jo Castle, the headquarter of the Rokkaku clan, the father and the son Hisayori and Takayori Rokkaku moved to the Koka-jo Castle to avoid a direct confrontation.
  284. When Yoshikage died in July 1253, Yasumori succeeded him to the family headship at the age of 23 and was appointed as Akitajo no suke (governor of the Akita-jo Castle).
  285. When Yoshikatsu was punished by being deprived of his fief the Shonai district in 1591, the district was given to Kagekatsu UESUGI.
  286. When Yoshimasa TANAKA, lord of the 320,000-koku Yanagawa Domain passed away at an inn in Fushimi in 1609, he was buried without a funeral in an honored plot at the western graveyard of Ryoko-in Temple as his territory was in distant Kyushu.
  287. When Yoshimi died in January 1491, the shogunate government came to be dominated by Masanaga HATAKEYAMA.
  288. When Yoshimichi ISSHIKI in Tango Province came to meet Nobunaga to gain his affection, Akimoto accompanied him, and then went sightseeing in Sakai together.
  289. When Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA constructed Kitayama-dono Palace (which later became Rokuon-ji Temple (also known as Kinkaku-ji Temple)) in 1397, it became inconvenient for visitors to access the shrines so both shrines were relocated to their current sites.
  290. When Yoshimitsu established the shogunal authority and started vigorous administration, Yoshimasa's political position fell shaky.
  291. When Yoshimitsu pardoned several, including Takahide and Yoriyasu, under pressure from Yoshimasa and others, the anti-Yoriyuki faction, and Yoshimasa first among them, gathered their military forces together and surrounded the Shogun's flower garden at his estate, insisting that Yoshimitsu dismiss Yoriyuki.
  292. When Yoshimitsu was young, there were constant struggles between the Muromachi Shogunate and the Yoshino Imperial Court, and moreover, since the Kanno Disturbance, an internal conflict of the ASHIKAGA family, had occurred, the strife between the Shogunate and the Court intensified.
  293. When Yoshimoto IMAGAWA was defeated by Nobunaga ODA of Owari Province in the Battle of Okehazama, Naomori II followed the Imagawa clan side and was killed in the battle.
  294. When Yoshimoto IMAGAWA was killed by Nobunaga ODA in May (in the old calendar) of 1560 in the Battle of Okehazama, Motoyasu, who had been detached from the main Imagawa troop and was attacking Odaka-jo Castle in Owari Province in the front line, retreated from Odaka-jo Castle.
  295. When Yoshimune HOJO, Nagatoki's son, took the post of Kitakata in January, 1272, he took measures to control the movements of the anti-Kamakura group, such as the confiscation of the shoryo (territory) of Yorikage ADACHI, who was a Rokuhara hyojoshu (a member of Council of State).
  296. When Yoshimune became shogun, he did not abolish the Kishu Domain.
  297. When Yoshimune became shogun, more than a dozen of the kusurigomeyaku came to Edo with Yoshimune and were incorporated as Shogun's retainer to become his oniwaban.
  298. When Yoshimune was a lord of the Kishu Domain, Tadasuke OOKA served as bugyo (magistrate) of Yamada in Ise Province, which frequently had lawsuits with its neighbor domain of Kishu, and there is an anecdote about the relationship between Yoshimune and Tadasuke.
  299. When Yoshimura grew up and attained manhood, he began to feel bothered by the tutelage of Tosho-in, and developed conflicting with her frequently.
  300. When Yoshinaga ASANO was suppressed in Wakayama-jo Castle in Kii Province, Yukitomo was given 500 koku, but was dissatisfied with this reward, and resigned.
  301. When Yoshinaka committed suicide, Kanehira said as follows:
  302. When Yoshinaka died in the battle his heir MINAMOTO no Yoshitaka (Shimizu no Kanja) was in Kamakura as the husband of Yoritomo's daughter Ohime; he tried to escape but was killed, which put an end to the Yoshinaka family.
  303. When Yoshinaka said 'I want to be killed at once rather than being defeated in several places,' Kanehira said as follows:
  304. When Yoshinaka said 'my armor is heavy today, although it does not ordinarily feel so,' Kanehira said as follows:
  305. When Yoshinaka was killed by MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune and others in January 1184, Motofusa had to retire from the politics without a question, and Moroie was also dismissed from his position
  306. When Yoshinaka went to Kyoto by following the Taira clan, Yoshikane and his older brother Yoshitsune were appointed as the guard of Kyoto (according to "Kikki" and "Genpei Seisuiki").
  307. When Yoshino, the base of the Southern Court surrendered in 1348 in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, the Emperor Gomurakami entered Ano (currently Nishiyoshino Town, Gojo City) and the Southern Court was placed temporarily.
  308. When Yoshinobu SATAKE (Ukyo no daibu [mayor of the right capital district]) in the Hitachi Province, was transferred to Akita with reduced revenues in 1602, he worked to secure Mito-jo Castle.
  309. When Yoshinobu SATAKE, the Master of the Western Capital Offices, was transferred from the Mito Domain, Hitachi Province to a smaller domain, the Akita Domain, Dewa Province in 1602, he defended Mito-jo Castle.
  310. When Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA moved from Nijo-jo Castle to Osaka-jo Castle after Taiseihokan (restoration of the imperial regime), the Mimawariyaku and personnel of lower posts moved to Osaka for protection, but later the Mimawariyaku naturally disappeared.
  311. When Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, shogun of the Edo shogunate, transferred political power back to the Emperor in 1867, he planned and carried out a coup d'etat for the restoration of Imperial rule with anti-shogunate forces of court nobles including IWAKURA.
  312. When Yoshinobu swore allegiance to the new government, there were loyalist and resistance factions among Edo-jo Castle and the old shogunate vassals, with the majority of the Aizu-han clan lords favoring armed allegiance.
  313. When Yoshinori ASHIKAGA was named the 6th Shogun, Yoshisuke offered his residence, Uramatsu to Yoshinori, as gozasho (a room for a noble person).
  314. When Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, the head priest of Enryakuji on Mt. Hiei, was chosen by lot to become Shogun, powerful daimyo families like the Toki, Akamatsu, and Ouchi clans actively interfered in the shogunal succession, trying to shore up the shogunal authority.
  315. When Yoshinori became Shogun after Yoshimochi died, Mitsusuke assumed to the Samurai-dokoro tonin (Governor of the Board of Retainers) and Yoshinori and Mitsusuke preserved relatively good relationship.
  316. When Yoshinori came to Iyo Province as kokushi, Sumitomo was adopted by him, with the result that Sumitomo changed the family name to Fujiwara, the theory adds.
  317. When Yoshinori stayed at Yahagi of Mikawa Province during this trip, Akihide CHUJO, a hokoshu (the shogunal military guard) who resided in the same area, did not pay a visit to Yoshinori and was ordered to kill himself next month after having his Takahashi no sho (the manor named Takahashi in Toyota City) confiscated.
  318. When Yoshioki OUCHI died in 1528, a legitimate child, Yoshitaka OUCHI succeeded to the family estate.
  319. When Yoshioki OUCHI, who went to Kyoto, had Yoshitane ASHIKAGA renamed from Yoshiki ASHIKAGA, return to the position of shogun, Yoshioki remained in Kyoto as Kanrei-dai (representative of a shogunal deputy), and Motoshige following him also remained in Kyoto.
  320. When Yoshisada NITTA raised an army against Kamakura bakufu in 1333, he switched the sides and joined Nitta to overthrow the bakufu.
  321. When Yoshisada attacked Kamakura, Sadanao Osaragi strictly guarded Gokuraku-ji Temple kiridoshi and a fleet from the Hojo side guarded the seashore.
  322. When Yoshisada raised an army, Yoshiharu's father Yoshisuke participated in the army and performed greatly during 1333.
  323. When Yoshisada received the report, he got his troops out because his retreat could be cut off.
  324. When Yoshisada was killed, all the vassals who went into the castle were also killed.
  325. When Yoshitada died, his son, Tatsuomaru, was still young (other theories exist), so retainers such as the Miura and Asahina clans backed Norimitsu OSHIKA (Yoshitada's cousin), dividing the Imagawa clan in two.
  326. When Yoshitaka considered that he could not evade capital crime and got away from Kamakura, Yukiuji let Yoshitaka escape by sacrificing himself.
  327. When Yoshitaka did not return for a long time, Nobunaga thought he had defected to Murashige's side and therefore tried to execute Nagamasa, but he escaped death thanks to the wit of Shigeharu TAKENAKA.
  328. When Yoshitaka prepared to commit suicide, Takatoyo served as kaishaku (suicide assistant).
  329. When Yoshitaka was killed by his nephew, Yoshihira in 1155, he went down to Shinano Province to take revenge, and invaded Emperor Toba's territory.
  330. When Yoshitane (renamed from Yoshitada) ASHIKAGA entered Kyoto with the support of Yoshioki OUCHI in July, he deprived Sumimoto of his right to be head of the HOSOKAWA clan, giving it instead to Takakuni.
  331. When Yoshitane ASHIKAGA was enthroned by Yoshioki OUCHI as the tenth shogun and entered Kyoto, Yoshiharu's father Yoshizumi fled from Kyoto to find shelter under Takayori ROKKAKU in Omi, and Yoshiharu was born as Yoshizumi's first son in Omi Kutsuki on March 5, 1511, while en route to Omi.
  332. When Yoshitane ASHIKAGA, the 10th Shogun, was banished by Masamoto HOSOKAWA, Yoshizumi was favored to become the 11th Shogun.
  333. When Yoshitatsu was defeated by Ujichika IMAGAWA and failed to recapture Totomi Province and Yoshimune SHIBA became the family head in early life, the Oda clan extended its influence further and completely surpassed the Shiba clan, the Shugo.
  334. When Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA was killed in the Eiroku Incident (1565), a son of Masayuki MATSUI, Yasuyuki MATSUI, took action with Yusai HOSOKAWA to back up Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, the younger brother of Yoshiteru, to make him the next shogun.
  335. When Yoshiteru was killed by Hisahide MATSUNAGA in the Eiroku Incident, he gave in to Hisahide.
  336. When Yoshitomo MINAMOTO, whom Hideyoshi followed, was defeated in the Heiji War in 1159, Tsunetaka, along with the Sasaki clan, escaped into the Kanto region and served Yoritomo MINAMOTO, who was the third son of Yoshitomo and had been banished to Izu.
  337. When Yoshitomo was murdered by Tadamune OSADA in Owari in 1160, he tried to take revenge but failed, and broke through the enemy line by slaying tens of Osada's soldiers while covered all over with wounds.
  338. When Yoshitomo's army came under the joint attack of the Taira forces as well as Yorimasa's army, Toshimichi YAMANOUCHI-SUDO and Kageshige KATAGIRI, among others, fought a delaying action to the death, and taking full advantage of the time they had bought him, Yoshitomo slipped away from the battlefield.
  339. When Yoshitomo's third son, Yoritomo, was on Hiruga-kojima Island in Izu Province because of deportation, Nakatsuna was the director of that province.
  340. When Yoshitoshi succeeded as the head of the clan, the conflict between the two became that of master and servant.
  341. When Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI died in action, a famous cook of the Miyoshi family named Tsubouchi was captured by the Oda family.
  342. When Yoshitsugu died in 1849, it came true that Yoshikatsu assumed the 14th lord of the domain.
  343. When Yoshitsune KUJO died in 1206, he became the head of his clan and was appointed Sessho (regent).
  344. When Yoshitsune became estranged from Yoritomo and looked to Hidehira for help, he accepted Yoshitsune restraining the Kamakura Government.
  345. When Yoshitsune later on received an order for a punitive expedition against Yoritomo by Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa and raised an army, in spite of Yoshitsune's spectacular win at the battle to put down the Taira clan only a small number of samurai agreed to join him.
  346. When Yoshitsune refused to do it, saying, 'At this moment there is no packhorse driver,' Yoritomo fiercely accused him saying as follows.
  347. When Yoshitsune was commanded by Emperor Goshirakawa to hunt down and kill Yoritomo, Yoritomo also became antagonistic to Shigeyori.
  348. When Yoshitsune, wanted by his brother MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, was attacked by FUJIWARA no Yasuhira at Koromogawa-no-tachi, Benkei beat the enemy soldiers one after another, but was finally shot to death by an endless number of arrows; he is believed to have died on his feet.
  349. When Yoshitsune, who had a conflict with his half-brother MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, left Kyoto and headed for Kyushu after the end of the Jisho Juei Rebellion, Shizuka Gozen also accompanied him, but his fleet was forced back to the shore by a storm.
  350. When Yoshitsura ISSHIKI was killed on May 15, 1440 in Yamato province, he attacked Yoshitsura's house in Kyoto and set it on fire the next morning.
  351. When Yoshitune found out that the fox's real priority was Shizuka Gozen's Tsuzumi (a hand drum) made from the skin of its parent, he gave the fox his own name and allowed the fox to call himself "Genkuro".
  352. When Yoshitune was being pursued by his brother Yoritomo, and was fleeing through Mt. Yoshino, a white fox in the form of Tadanobu SATO protected Shizuka Gozen from harm.
  353. When Yoshiuji ASHIKAGA (the third head of the ASHIKAGA family) of the Ashikaga head family became Mikawa Shugo in the Kamakura period, Yoshikiyo's grandson Yoshisue HOSOKAWA advanced into Mikawa Province with his older brothers Yoshimune TOGASAKI and Sanekuni NIKI, and ruled over Hosokawa-go, and called himself Jiro HOSOKAWA.
  354. When Yoshiyori's son Koretsuna later succeeded to the family name of Anegakoji as a result of Yoshiyori maneuvering the Imperial Court, Tokimori and other members from the Ema clan and Tokimitsu KOJIMA from the Kojima family decided to follow him.
  355. When Yoshizane died on August 25, 1481, Yoshinobu was in mourning for some time, and on January 24, 1482, he went to work for the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) for the first time after his succession to the family headship.
  356. When Yosome asked the god to reveal himself again, a big god, about nine meters tall in the shape of a priest, appeared.
  357. When Yuan dynasty was established, sekko was preserved in Guo-zi-guan and the Ming dynasty treated it in the same manner.
  358. When Yukichi FUKUZAWA, who was involved in the reformation of the duties of the Sanda Domain, came to Kyoo (a banquet) in the domain residence in Edobori, Osaka, Kuki attended the same Kyoo and met him there.
  359. When Yukichi was under treatment at the Kurayashiki (Warehouse-residence) of the Nakatsu Domain in Osaka, Koan nursed him devotedly back to health.
  360. When Yukikage KAGAWA surrendered to Motochika CHOSOKABE, Motoharu went to Oko-jo Castle by twos in turn in cooperation with Yukikage's chief retainers Shichirobe KAWATA, Yataro KAWATA and Yoshihisa SANNO.
  361. When Yukinaga KONISHI entered Higo Uto-jo Castle to be a lord, he was appointed as a Jodai (keeper of the castle) of Aitoji-jo Castle in Yabe as well as Ichibei OTA.
  362. When Yumeji had a relationship with Hikono in 1915, he became suspicious about the relationship between Tamaki and an art student, Seiji TOGO (Seiji), and thus he stabbed her in the arm at the beach of Toyama Prefecture, resulting in them breaking up forever.
  363. When Yutaka NOMURA, the then Japanese ambassador to Iran, appealed for help in resolving this issue to Ismet Birsel, the then Turkish ambassador to Iran, he responded as follows:
  364. When Yuzan grew up, he went to Edo and learned military science of Koshu school from Kagenori OBATA, Ujinaga HOJO, Soko YAMAGA and others, and established himself as a scholar of military science.
  365. When Zeami was born, his father, Kanami was 31 years old and a leading player of the Yamato-Sarugaku.
  366. When Zekkai Chushin of the Rokuon-in sub-temple of Shokoku-ji Temple was appointed soroku, the grave of Yoshimitsu was placed within the temple grounds and it came to be that the head priest of this temple also served as soroku, being called 'Rokuon Soroku.'
  367. When Zennosuke TSUJI's "Tanuma Period" was published in 1917, Okitsugu TANUMA was considered a corruptible statesman, and a Tanuma villain theory was widespead.
  368. When Zenshu UESUGI, former kanrei of Kanto (a deputy to the shogun in the Kanto region) attacked Mochiuji ASHIKAGA (a warlord in Kamakura) in the War of Zenshu UESUGI, these clans supported Zenshu or maintained a neutral stance, ignoring Yoshimochi's order to put down Zenshu.
  369. When a Binso document was not approved by the Emperor, Shonagon (the Minor Councilor of State) who drafted the document would write on it 'the Emperor ordered disposal of this document.'
  370. When a Hoken (prized sword) was found in the tail of the giant snake, the villagers named it "Kogitsune maru," and dedicated it to Isonokami-jingu Shrine located in Tenri.
  371. When a J-through card is to be used, the card must be inserted into a fare-adjustment machine when exiting through one of the gates; a train ticket must be purchased with an automatic ticket vending machine using the card.
  372. When a Japanese soldier was killed in duty, by accident, by war damage such as an air raid, died of illness, or when a soldier other than Japanese was killed in action, the term sange is not usually used.
  373. When a Jun-Sessho was to be appointed, an imperial decree was prepared by both the Gekikata (officials from the Secretaries's Office) and the Daijokan (Grand Council of State).
  374. When a Kaieki punishment (forfeit rank of Samurai and properties) was administered to Tadanao MATSUDAIRA, he was wanted for the position of an independent daimyo.
  375. When a Karo officer with rank died or retired from the post, generating a vacancy, a Karo officer was recommended for the rank post from the family to the bakufu.
  376. When a Kokushi began his appointment, he had to make a pilgrimage to the shrines(called Sinpai) in his district.
  377. When a Korean envoy arrived in Japan in 1398 and presented Yoshihiro with a vast number of gifts, Yoshimasa SHIBA slandered him to Yoshimitsu, saying 'Now Yoshihiro is accepting bribes from Korea,' and when Yoshihiro heard of this slander he was furious.
  378. When a Kyoto City bus is put out of service, its registration is permanently deleted, making it basically impossible for it to be registered again in Japan.
  379. When a Roju had an official title (for example, XX kami or XX taifu), use of the same title by other persons was voluntarily avoided.
  380. When a Roju talked to another Roju, the name and title 'XX dono,' with the official name inserted into them, was used.
  381. When a Shinkansen station is not connected to a station on the regular railway line operated in parallel, the nearest (corresponding) station on the regular railway line is used for calculating route distances (for example, Hanamaki Station is used for calculating the route distance for Shin-Hanamaki Station).
  382. When a Shinkansen train enters a tunnel, a tremendously large noise is generated at the exit side of the tunnel due to the compressed air.
  383. When a Shinno dies, she shall, in case of special and unavoidable circumstances, leave the status of the member of the Imperial Family by the approval of the Imperial House Council.
  384. When a Shinto priest chants Norito (at Shinto shrines under the umbrella of the Association of Shinto Shrines), he takes a seat and bows twice before chanting Norito and bows twice and clap hands twice (Shinto) and bow once after chanting them.
  385. When a Tsubazeriai (pushing each other's sword guard) continues for a long period of time, the chief referee declares a 'Wakare (break)' and lets the contenders break away on the spot by throwing out both of his/her flags, after which the match immediately resumes.
  386. When a Zen monk Dokuryu from China was staying in Iwakuni, Tonan asked Dokuryu to teach him and named the bridge in Iwakuni Kintaikyo after the bridge name in a Chinese classic 'Seikoshi,' which was the origin of the name Kintaikyo Bridge.
  387. When a Zen monk named Shushin GIDO, who lived in the Muromachi period, went from Kamakura to the hot springs in Atami which used to belong to the Hojo clan, he took down the following episode which he heard from a local monk in his dairy.
  388. When a area has 'Zushi' or 'Tsukinuke' in its name, it comes from the zushi.
  389. When a baby boy was born, mugwort arrows were shot in four directions of the house with a mulberry bow in order to purify evils in future.
  390. When a baku-shin (a direct retainer of the bakufu) became a Kanjoginmiyaku officer, he was ranked at Rokui (the sixth rank), being allowed to wear clothes called Hoi.
  391. When a ball is unintentionally hit very high in the air in a golf competition or baseball game, it is called 'tempura' ('ageru' a ball and 'ageru' tempura.)
  392. When a big event is celebrated, in the case of limited express trains and K-Ltd. Express trains operated at night, their cars (generally two-door cars) are sometimes replaced by three-door cars.
  393. When a bonbonniere (small candy box) is used as a gift, it is filled with konpeito to make it look more attractive.
  394. When a boss such as kyokaku in the Tenpo era or TOKEN Gonbei have to bow on tatami-matto, they curl their fingers up softly with your thumb attached to the cushion of your index finger and then, they hang down the head, putting the both fists on the knee.'
  395. When a branch family is established, the family is given a territory newly developed after entering into a new domain, not a territory given by the lord.
  396. When a bullet penetrated the abdomen of Hijikata, he said that he was shot, and fell off his horse.
  397. When a burning the gold leaves together with binchotan charcoal, the binchotan and ash are placed in a brazier.
  398. When a bus uses 'To X' for the destination display, the place in the 'X' position is the terminal of bus operation.
  399. When a calamity or epidemic occurred, people recognized tatari through bokusen (divination) or takusen (an oracle) that revealed which divine spirit was causing the disaster and for what reason.
  400. When a car carries a forged car registration plate stating a wrong number instead of the undercarriage number which has been registered for the vehicle, it is called 'tempura number.'
  401. When a car is disguised to be one with a better performance by showing faster speed than when in fact driven, it is called 'tempura the meter' in jargon.
  402. When a ceremony is held in a kyudo hall, players use a folding fan-shaped frame whose radius is 36 centimeters with paper put on it.
  403. When a certain hot spring is questionable whether it is a real hot spring or not, discussions are generally focused on whether it is a 'legal hot spring' which meets the requirement of the law or not (sometimes questions are also raised whether it fits people's conceived image of a hot springs).
  404. When a certain judge concluded that the trial has no problem, the trial would be closed without being reported to the next judge, allowing the dead person to reincarnate, so trials are not always held seven times.
  405. When a certain person has a Uchiwa fan, the Uchiwa fan shows that the person is playing some roles such as guard and taking charge of several matters like controlling the dance.
  406. When a certain samurai had a quarrel with him and said, "you are of low birth and don't even know how to commit seppuku suicide," he actually demonstrated it by cutting his own belly.
  407. When a chief priest in the court rank lower than gozan (Zen temples highly ranked by the government) is appointed, a document called kojo (an official writ of appointment to the chief priest of Zen temple) is issued.
  408. When a child is counted as one year old at birth according to the traditional Japanese system and becomes one year older on every New Year's Day.
  409. When a child living Kashihara City was playing with his friends in 1991, he found an entrance to the dromos of a corridor-style stone chamber outside the hedge of this ancient tomb.
  410. When a civil war occurred in the end of Edo period, a western-style military system was deployed.
  411. When a clan was exempted from sankin-kotai for certain reasons, this was called "yosha"(literary means forgiveness).
  412. When a close vassal of the shogun examined those swords of Masamune as he got drunk and fell asleep, he found those swords were wooden ones.
  413. When a cold spread in the Edo period, people in turn passed a straw doll (in the shape of the wind god) through the town, saying, 'Pass it, pass it,' and in the end, the doll was abandoned outdoors or floated away on the river, they say.
  414. When a conflict arose between ex-Emperor Heijo and Emperor Saga, Tamuramaro was appointed by the ex-Emperor as a palace construction officer for the transfer of the capital to Heijo.
  415. When a connoisseur found pongee in the Edo period, it was farmers' working clothing, and it eventually became popular because the color was austerely elegant and it didn't have the silky luster although it was made of silk, all of which made the fabric seem chic, and people showed their good taste wearing pongee.
  416. When a conscious imitation of a famous poem began to be common, the place names which were mentioned in old poems came to be often used as utamakura.
  417. When a conspiracy to to overthrow Tokimune HOJO was detected and brothers of Tokiaki HOJO and Noritoki HOJO were killed in Nigatsu-sodo (February rebellion), Tokisuke became the target of hunting down; and it is said that he was killed by Yoshimune HOJO of Rokuhara Tandai based on the order of Tokimune in 1272.
  418. When a criminal entered the territory of a temple or shrine, Machi-bugyo applied, using certain procedures, to the Jisha-bugyo to handover and/or capture the criminal.
  419. When a customer had a relationship not with his regular partner but with another prostitute, his regular partner had a right to punish him.
  420. When a dead person is judged, at one trial, as not having done anything bad while he or she was alive, he or she will be reincarnated; not everyone is sent to seven judges.
  421. When a deceased person is buried, no-ihai will be placed over the ground until the memorial service on the forty-ninth day after the death or the decay of no-ihai itself.
  422. When a deceased person is cremated, no-ihai will be taken home and enshrined on a chuin-dan (a temporary home altar to enshrine the ashes until the memorial service on the forty-ninth day after the death and the interment ceremony).
  423. When a decision to surrender Edo-jo castle was made in April, 1868, it was the end of O-oku.
  424. When a decoration is to be bestowed on a person, the medal for merit corresponding to the decoration was bestowed on the recipient at first (bestowal of an order,) and then the decoration corresponding to the medal of merit was bestowed (awarding of a decoration.)
  425. When a delay occurs on the JR Kyoto Line, the train to the Kosei Line entering track 3 at Kyoto Station often arrives late because of the belated arrivals of inbound trains on the Kyoto Line.
  426. When a dispute over irrigation occurred in 1322 between Masatsune IWAMATSU of Iwamatsu clan and Muneuji ODATE who was close to the head family, the dispute was left to the decision of the Kamakura bakufu.
  427. When a domain had its own residence in Kyoto, Osaka, or Nagasaki, Rusui officers were mostly placed in these residences as well.
  428. When a dominant Samurai, MINAMOTO no Yorinobu, was appointed, Tadatsune was surrendered.
  429. When a doshin (police constable) of a town magistrate's office arrested people he sometimes called them komono.
  430. When a dry mortar is used, the mortar may break.
  431. When a dumpling is roasted, it may be prepared like Isobe rice cake; it may be sprinkled with seaweed seasonings, wrapped with dried seaweed, or dipped into soy sauce seasoned with wasabi.
  432. When a female descendant of an Imperial Prince or Prince who has renounced his Imperial status marries a member of the Imperial family and is later widowed, she may, at her own will, renounce her Imperial status.
  433. When a female head of a family wanted to marry staying as the head of her family, her husband married into her family which was called Nyufu marriage.
  434. When a female head of a family wanted to retire, only a simple acceptance of the succession by a successor with full ability, regardless of age, was necessary.
  435. When a female member of the Imperial Family marries a subject and leaves the Imperial Family, this is called Shinseki koka (demotion from nobility to subject).
  436. When a feud over a guardian position erupted with Mototada, Motokiyo was placed under the care of Yukinaga KONISHI by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI upon the advice of Yamada Ecchu no kami (Governor of Ecchu Province); he changed back to his original surname "Nanjo" at this time.
  437. When a fire occurred in Yamagata Prison, misinformation that Mutsu was burnt to death circulated; however, once the information was discovered to be false, in 1878 Hirobumi ITO employed every possible means to have Mutsu transferred to Miyagi Prison, which had the best facilities at the time.
  438. When a fire occurs, nowadays, people go up a fire watchtower to check the location of the fire scene, and the watchtower is also used to let other people know the occurrence of the fire by ringing a fire bell which is installed on the top of the watchtower.
  439. When a fixed amount of tax had been secured, several kokushi appeared from outside the area (these were known as yonin).
  440. When a float used for the shrine's festivals was broken in 1990, it was decided to create a new one.
  441. When a foreign item is introduced into Japan from abroad, exotic culture based on the item is established first.
  442. When a fundoshi loincloth that keeps essential images of chic, bravery, virility and dandyism is worn by a pretty boy or girl (especially a girl) who has a contrasting image, the fundoshi loincloth may accelerate the effect of the wearers' prettiness.
  443. When a garden of this style was introduced in a temple, the pond occupied a considerably large part of the premises.
  444. When a geisha presents kiseru to her favorite customer, if the customer takes it, it means that he likes the geisha.
  445. When a government official examined the Mt. Chausu-yama, where the fight was supposed to be held, he was surprised at a full-scale battle array and devices such as mines.
  446. When a grand edict for the Restoration of Imperial Rule was issued on January 3, 1868, a new political system was urgently needed to replace the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), which still remained in power with its strong system.
  447. When a group of a curator of Dutch trading house (the Kapitan) and Dutch translators paid a visit to the feudal government in Edo in the same year, Genpaku and Gennai HIRAGA visited the inn of Genemon NAGASAKIYA where the group was staying.
  448. When a guest gives all the correct answers, the letter Ball (玉) is written down on his/her paper.
  449. When a hafu-ita (bargeboard) is included, it is known as "hafu" and the designs adorning it are called tsumakazari.
  450. When a haiku contains 2 or more season words, it is referred to as kigasane (having more than one season phrase in a haiku) and, in such cases, the season word is the one which is in keeping with the topic.
  451. When a harquebus came to Japan, mechanisms, such as that of a watch, also came.
  452. When a high-ranking official was sentenced to punishments less than exile, his sentence was always reduced by one degree; he could expiate his crime by giving up his title, which is, "Kanto."
  453. When a hook or nail is placed out of reach, kakejiku can be hung using a 'jizaikake,' height-adjustable stick.
  454. When a horse race is held at Kyoto Race Course (including the off-the-field period), the train stops at Yodo Station.
  455. When a human is affected with this disease, he or she suffers a high fever for about 10 days, which is followed by getting a skin boil which gradually develops into the mouth shape.
  456. When a kabuki performance became so popular as to fill the venue to capacity, the producer invited all the actors for dinner to celebrate it.
  457. When a kaieki punishment was administered to Tadanao and he was exiled, Narishishige (in the Maruoka domain) became an independent daimyo.
  458. When a kamado (kitchen range, cooking stove) and/or a fireplace (a sunken hearth) is used within a building, it increases the durability of such a roof.
  459. When a king becomes an adult, he is given Grand Cordon of the Order of the Paulownia Flowers of the Rising Sun (or Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flower if he became an adult before November 2, 2003).
  460. When a lapsed monk of the Enryaku-ji Temple kidnapped him on the way to take the murderer to the Kebiishi, the imperial court caught the monk.
  461. When a large comet appeared in 1297, anxiety spread across society, and, according to the Tokusei concept of the time, Sadatoki issued the Einin no Tokuseirei (a debt cancellation order) by which properties had to be returned to the original owner without compensation.
  462. When a large group of guests is staying they almost always have a banquet as dinner.
  463. When a large military movements was required various ad-hoc shoguns (generals) and dai shogun (great generals) were dispatched from the central government (along with soldiers from other provinces) all of which came under the command of the Chinju-fu (Northern defenses) Shogun.
  464. When a large number of copper coins were carried, it was common that a set of 1000 coins was bundled up with a string at their center holes for convenience of a carry and count and there existed a simpler version of a set of 960 coins, called tanhaku.
  465. When a large-scale kosa is produced, it is sometimes included in pictures taken by weather satellites.
  466. When a law was broken, a person whose crime was relatively minor would have his wife and children confiscated, while someone committed a serious crime would have his whole lineage eradicated.
  467. When a local TV program in Toyama Prefecture studied the color of soup broth sold at highway service areas and parking lots within Toyama Prefecture in the past, it became clear that the color became thinner as the detected areas headed west.
  468. When a location was selected for the shift of the capital in 793, he was dispatched to a site in Yamashiro (in Yamashiro Province).
  469. When a lord had a castle but did not reside there, a Jodai-garo (Karo in charge of the castle) was installed, but when a lord resided in a castle or jinya (his regional government office), naturally jodai-garo were not installed.
  470. When a lord killed his servant(s) who did something disadvantageous with a blade, it was called Bureiuchi (Joiuchi (killing of an offender)).
  471. When a lord was absent or could not come to the Edo-jo Castle by reasons of sickness or others, baishin sometimes came to castle and transmitted a message to the cabinet officials of the Shogunate such as roju (senior councilor of the Tokugawa shogunate) and wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in the Edo bakufu).
  472. When a lower rank officer (chonai, shijin) acted against his master's orders, the master (honshu) himself was permitted to execute a punishment lower than flogging on his own.
  473. When a makiginu (bolt of silk) was given, haibu was conducted with it on his or her belt (koshizashi).
  474. When a male dances Ranryo-o, he wears a dragonhead shaped mask in accordance with the legend, but when a female or a child dances the number, he or she only wears makeup without a mask possibly because of imitating the graceful feature of Changgong GAO.
  475. When a man living in Kawachi Province walking along the street at night, he was hit in the face by ubagabi coming flying from nowhere.
  476. When a man named Takube drifted off to sleep at a temple in Yamashiro Province (present-day Kyoto Prefecture), he was awaken by a voice calling out his name.
  477. When a man wears kimono with the family crest, he should wear white tabi.
  478. When a man with his hair hanging loose and disheveled walked on the street, people might see what had happened to him, so each licensed quarter had a hairdresser particularly for playboys to rearrange their hair in a small topknot called Mamehonda.
  479. When a master was died on a battlefield or cut his abdomen after the defeat of a war, his retainers also died on the battlefield or committed seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) to follow the master.
  480. When a medieval mountain castle was constructed, the castle itself was built on the top of a mountain and their residence at the foot of it.
  481. When a member of the Diet as a panelist of "Asamade Namaterebi" pointed out to Oshima, 'All you do is criticize,' he answered with, 'I think what I say on the program has social value,' but he was laughed at by the studio audience.
  482. When a member of the Imperial Family (Naishinno or princess) marries a Shinno and becomes a Shinnohi, she retains her maiden title as well as the title of Shinnohi until she becomes an empress.
  483. When a member of the Imperial Family dies, a coffin is placed in 'mogari no miya,' (hinkyu) provided in a residence of the dead member.
  484. When a member of the Sakai family mentioned this to Nobuoki, he said "Tadamasa must have had some intention in saying so, and thus, I should ask him for details."
  485. When a messenger from Balhae arrived again in 883, Michizane, who was in charge of the case as Shikibu-shoyu (Junior Assistant Minister of Ceremonial), recommended that Tadaomi handle it and called back him quickly from his assignment at Mino Province.
  486. When a mountain religion became popular in the Heian period, he came to be called 'EN no Gyoja.'
  487. When a movement to topple the Kamakura bakufu by Emperor Godaigo in 1333 took place, Kamakura fell after attacks by Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA and Yoshisada NITTA.
  488. When a mujo daimyo was promoted to joshu daimyo (governor of a castle) or joshukaku daimyo (daimyo without castle, but treated in a similar way to joshu daimyo), he was not allowed to convert his local jinya to a castle but actually was allowed to construct a gate only.
  489. When a new Buddhist sect is created, it usually evaluates various teachings of Buddha, classifies them according to their nature, chooses the teachings that are best suited to its needs, and adopts them as its doctrine.
  490. When a new butsudan is purchased, a priest is required to hold kaigen (a Buddhist service to consecrate a newly enshrined Buddhist image).
  491. When a new emperor ascended the throne, new Saio would be chosen by divination from the unmarried imperial princess and queens, enter a Nonomiya that had been constructed at a pure place in Sagano and undergo a year of purification before going to serve at Ise-jingu Shrine.
  492. When a new government was established in 1868, he entered government service with Okuma, Soejima and Eto and held posts such as Choshi (government officer), Sanyo (senior councilor), Gummukan Hanji (military judge) and governor of Tokyo Prefecture.
  493. When a new music (Kogaku) was introduced from the Western Regions in the Tang period, the conventional musical system greatly changed.
  494. When a newel post is made of a piece of wood, the giboshi is most often made of a metal, such as brass or bronze, in order to make the wood less susceptible to damage such as due to rain water.
  495. When a newel post is made of stone, its giboshi is sometimes made of stone as well.
  496. When a novelist Shigure HASEGAWA saw Momosuke and Sadayakko at an early old age, in surprise he described them as 'they are still like a pair of lovers who enjoy dreamlike love.'
  497. When a pair of antennae called 'tsuno' (horn) and legs are broken, the commodity value deteriorates, therefore they are treated carefully when catching them.
  498. When a passenger uses a taxis over a certain distance, a certain amount of fare is discounted.
  499. When a patient who has been forced into 'social hospitalization' in a mental hospital for a long period of time leaves the hospital, he or she sometimes experiences such troubles, so it is necessary for them to receive careful counseling and training when leaving the hospital.
  500. When a period of high economic growth came, however, peculiarity of Japan came to be reconsidered positively.
  501. When a person acted against the control or was judged to be dangerous for the bakufu, the person was not tolerated.
  502. When a person at Fifth Rank was appointed Saemon no jo, he was called Saemontaifu or Taifu no jo, and when the holder of the position of Saemon no jo was appointed concurrently with Kebiishi, the official was popularly called Teii.
  503. When a person criticized him publicly, he was punished.
  504. When a person dies, its kubunden should be confiscated when the kubunden-supplying year arrives.
  505. When a person eats daikon cooked in the Daiko-daki festival, it is believed to prevent paralysis.
  506. When a person from a branch family assumed the role of Karo or other retainer post, it meant that the person changed from a relative to a retainer of the master's family, and when there were succession disputes they were not considered to have any claim to heirship.
  507. When a person had spent six years in the position of Gokuro, they were automatically promoted to the Fifth Rank.
  508. When a person held several ranks, the order of precedence was determined according to the highest one.
  509. When a person is walking along a mountain road at night, there comes an okurisuzume chirping 'chi, chi, chi,...'
  510. When a person of Goi is Sani, a person without a post, the person is called Mukan no taifu (grandee-without-post).
  511. When a person of Rokui (Sixth Rank) or higher is conferred Goi on, Taifu is added to the end of his government position (if Saemon no jo [third-ranked officer of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards] rises to Goi, his job position becomes Saemon no taifu).
  512. When a person sets an arrow to the bow, he sets it on the right side of the bow and adopts the "Mongol form (figure.3)" for Torikake hook, in which Torikake is held at the root of right thumb, hooking the bow string.
  513. When a person sits on the floor as a greeting, he takes out a folded Sensu from within the front overlap of his kimono (usually) and places it in front of his knees, before saying his greeting or thank-yous, considering the folded Sensu as a border line.
  514. When a person walks towards the sound, it stops but then the sound starts coming from another place, and the ghost is said to be never to appear in front of a human being.
  515. When a person wanted to become a toji, he had to start his career from a position called kashiki (also called mamataki or meshitaki), which literally means a servant who cooks rice, and it took a few decades for him to learn all steps of brewing.
  516. When a person was appointed to Roju, the daimyo and the hatamoto who possessed the same official title as that of the new Roju, except those whose shikoseki (waiting room) was Oroka (a big corridor), Ohiroma (a big hall), or Tamarinoma (literally, a gathering-together hall), changed their official titles voluntarily.
  517. When a person whose court rank was Sanmi (Third Rank) was appointed to this post, such a person was called 'Sanmi no chujo.'
  518. When a person whose court rank was Shii (Fourth Rank) was appointed to this post, such a person was called 'Shii no chujo.'
  519. When a person whose official post was sangi was appointed to this post, such a person was called 'Saisho no chujo.'
  520. When a picture contest is held, both Genji and Gon no Chunagon keep their respective princesses focussed on collecting picture scrolls in order to make their own one win.
  521. When a piece of stationery such as a New Year postcard or a postcard printed with 'Nenga' in red below a postage stamp is posted into a dedicated mail slot provided in a mailbox, the postmark is omitted.
  522. When a player draws a 'bozu' card (or 'hage' means priest), the player puts all the te-fuda beside the yama-fuda (cards set on the center).
  523. When a player draws a 'hime' (female) card, the player gets all the cards beside the yama-fuda.
  524. When a player draws a card by a member of the imperial family (the poet sitting on the plinth with stripes), the player takes a few more cards.
  525. When a player draws a card featuring Semimaru, all the player must place their te-fuda.
  526. When a player draws a card featuring a poet sitting on a plinth, the player takes another card.
  527. When a player draws a card featuring an emperor, the player takes all of the other players' te-fuda.
  528. When a player draws a male poet card, the player then makes the card their te-fuda (hand).
  529. When a player takes an opponent's tori-fuda, the player hands one tori-fuda from his group to the opponent.
  530. When a player wins, having met specific requirements, a bonus is given according to Hora, the way of winning.
  531. When a political philosophy advocating the reverence for the emperor was adopted by many people toward the end of the Edo period, an ancient style was revived in the construction of imperial mausoleums; thus, Emperor Komei's mausoleum was built with a large burial mound.
  532. When a positive train control (PTC) was implemented, the track was changed so that it would diverge from the current Platform 4.
  533. When a powerful Minister of the Right, FUJIWARA no Fuhito, died in September of the same year, Prince Toneri was appointed Deputy Prime Minister and established the administration of the Imperial Family together with the Minister of the Right (later of the Left) Prince Nagaya.
  534. When a president of a company, who is not from the founder's family, returns the post to the founder's family (such as the Toyota family of Toyota and the Matsushita family of Panasonic), it can be referred to as Taisei Hokan from the Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA's incident.
  535. When a priest referred to as Emyo died on December 16, 680, three princes were sent to make a call of condolence.
  536. When a privately owned taxi needs to be used as a private car, a hood saying 'private use' must be put over the indicating lamp.
  537. When a problem to be resolved or a matter to be decided arose in the soson, a meeting called a yoriai was held and attended by members of the soson, and the decision was made by the soson.
  538. When a punch line which is dumb concludes the story, it is called "manuke ochi."
  539. When a queen becomes an adult, she receives the Order of the Precious Crown, Peony (or if she became an adult before November 2, 2003, she received the Second Order of the Precious Crown).
  540. When a railroad was constructed after the Meiji period, Kamenose tunnel was built, but the tunnel caved in due to the soft ground, and the railroad had to be abandoned.
  541. When a rebellion headed by TAIRA no Ietsugu broke out around 8:00 PM of August 21, 1184, many of Koreyoshi's retainers were killed in the attack.
  542. When a registered tangible folk cultural property is designated as tangible folk cultural property of a state or a local public entity, the registry as tangible folk cultural property is canceled.
  543. When a reporter missed the Emperor while climbing a mountain, who was accompanying the Emperor for collecting data, the reporter tried to find him by calling 'Dad' by mistake.
  544. When a resident in Tosa Province, Yukimune YASU, applied for reward grants for the Battle of Dannoura, Kagetoki said that he had never heard the name of Yasu and it was taken to 'the court'; but a witness came out, Yasu's distinguished service in the battle was revealed and Kagetoki lost the case.
  545. When a retiree and his successor of the reigns of the family submit an application of inkyo based upon a declaration of an intention to retire, succession of the reigns of the family commences while the current head of the family is still living.
  546. When a revolt broke out in Mutsu Province, Imperial Prince Sawara served as general of the forces sent to quell the uprising and he prayed for victory at the shrine.
  547. When a roju (shogun's council of elders) was arranging a marriage for a daughter of the shogun family, he inquired the prospective bridegroom's seinen of the daimyo family from which the young man came from.
  548. When a rolling cloth was used for displaying fare tables, the announcement was made while the cloth was being rolled.
  549. When a row of houses were built for the set of "Saikaku ichidai onna," Mizoguchi came and ordered, 'Move the houses on stage right 1.82 meters to the front!'
  550. When a ryoke or a Keishi became Azukaridokoro, in many cases, he continued living in Kyoto, and day to day management was carried out by a trusted deputy.
  551. When a samurai (a warrior), a member of 'Shiratsuka-gumi' that is a group of 'hatamoto-yattko' (young upper vassals of Tokugawa house who form a group and ace violently) picks a fight with passengers of a parent and a child, TOKEN Gonbei, a machi-yattko (ordinary people who are defiant toward 'hatamoto'), intervenes and helps them out of the trouble.
  552. When a samurai refused to accept a mobilization request, he could be punished.
  553. When a samurai with a high status was involved or the case itself was a serious one, jisha-bugyo (a government officer in charge of shrines and temple) and kanjo-bugyo (in charge of financial affairs) also attended the trial, making it Gote-gakari.
  554. When a school lunch program was generalized and Japan became one of the advanced countries both in name and reality through the high economic growth, the economic conditions for the farmers were improved and the word of 'Poorly-fed Children' became obsolete today.
  555. When a series of incidents of misconduct occurred one after another because of the confrontation between Yoriie and senior vassals, Tomomitsu YUKI deplored the situation and said:
  556. When a shoen was acknowledged, boji was put up in the presence of the envoy of the lord of a shoen, an envoy of the Imperial Court and an official from the kokuga (provincial government).
  557. When a shogun told the name of a churo who suited his taste to the Otoshiyori (the lady who controlled the servants in O-oku), the bed was prepared at "Okozashiki" by that evening, and the churo was waiting for the shogun.
  558. When a shogun went out of Edo-jo Castle to visit Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine, Zojo-ji Temple, Kanei-ji Temple, etc. in time of peace, it was the time to show their stuff.
  559. When a shogun went out, they served as advance foot soldiers in a shogun's procession or went ahead of him toward his destination as the advance to guard the area.
  560. When a shoji (a paper sliding door) of the window with bars opened, YAMANAMI's face was out; Akesato collapsed into tears holding the bars of the window.
  561. When a shrine displays the name of an enshrined deity, the name of the Kasuga no kami is also displayed as 'Kasuga Daijin' together with the main enshrined deity.
  562. When a sick member is transferred to the Ojo-in Temple, a pair will stay with the sick member day and night, with one caring for the sick, while the other chants Nenbutsu.
  563. When a specific variety is grown in multiple prefectures, as a general rule it's allocated to the prefecture in which it was originated (e.g., Yamada nishiki, which is designated as a brand variety of growing districts in 28 prefectures, is allocated to its place of origin, Hyogo Prefecture).
  564. When a spirit of an ancestor appears, he/she probably has a favor to ask.
  565. When a stable was damaged, he said that horses would grow stronger in such a condition and left the stable as it was.
  566. When a state of emergency occurred, Chotei (Imperial Court) dispatched Kogenshi (a closer of a checkpoint who was dispatched in case of emergency) to Sangen.
  567. When a steamer is not available, there is no problem when selecting the index for glutinous rice on a rice boiler.
  568. When a stone was hit, it was removed and placed outside, and the hit stone needed to be back by priority before other stones were moved.
  569. When a street stall selling sushi named 'Ebisu-zushi' served sushi topping with tuna meat that was parboiled and immersed in soy sauce, the sushi became quite popular and the fish established itself as one of the major tane of Edomae-zushi.
  570. When a streetcars or a bus was used, it was printed as 'Bus, etc.'
  571. When a sumo wrestler is absent and the bout is not fought, whereby a win is given to the opponent, the order of the bouts is changed so that three wrestlers are always available for soroibumi.
  572. When a sumo wrestler wins a match, referees judge which technique has decided the sumo match, and that winning technique is called kimarite.
  573. When a temple has Buddhist parishioners in both Kanagawa Prefecture and Tokyo Metropolitan Area, the priests are invited by parishioners in Tokyo in the middle of July (2), and by those in Kanagawa in the middle of August (3).
  574. When a temple or a shrine protected a criminal, Jisha-bugyo investigated it strictly and sometimes took the priests into custody.
  575. When a temple was erected at the wish of the Imperial family or Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents), or on Mt. Koya or Mt. Hiei, he was engaged in carving Buddhist statues.
  576. When a through-service train, running from the subway to the Kintetsu Line, departs from Platform 2, an announcement based on specifications of the subway is made but the buzzer used for the departure is made based on Kintetsu specifications.
  577. When a title, a court rank or position is passed down through a family, this is called Shui; heredity of the family name or the like is known as Shumei.
  578. When a town or village of the same name existed within the same county, the central government had the town or village to rename to avoid overlapping during which the mergers of municipalities were made in the Meiji period; yet the same names were left as they were when they existed in the different counties.
  579. When a train coming from the Keihan Line arrives at one of these stations, the platform doors are operated only for four cars from the front of the train, out of doors for six cars.
  580. When a train enters a tunnel at a high speed, the air pressure changes, and therefore, an air-tight structure is employed for them to prevent the passengers from becoming uncomfortable due to the pressure change.
  581. When a train passes through the area during this period between the hours of 5:00 and 9:00 PM, the lights inside the cars are turned off and the train moves slowly so that passengers can enjoy the scenery through the windows.
  582. When a train running on the Eiden Kurama Line has many passengers, a conductor will board the train, and the conductor alone is seen to transfer here at Chayama Station (not at Demachiyanagi Station) from the train of the Eizan Main Line to the train (bound for Kurama Station) of the Kurama Line.
  583. When a tree falls, trees such as sugi (Japanese cedars) or cypresses is often planted to fill the space (the technical term is "gap") left behind.
  584. When a tsukuri-zakaya accumulated wealth through sake business, it could happen that the sakaya started other types of business and became more wealthy, although the original sake business declined.
  585. When a user finishes using materials, he/she is required to return all the materials to the counter where he/she received them before leaving the library.
  586. When a utensil used for serving tea is special and high-class, such utensil is sometimes treated with more respect than usual.
  587. When a utility actor played the role of the inoshishi, the person in charge of drawing the curtain said that he would call out like Nakamuraya or Naritaya.
  588. When a very young emperor ascended the throne, the empress dowager was generally appointed as his guardian, and therefore the empress dowager often raised her own relatives to support herself.
  589. When a wardrobe system for ladies for Samurai society was established in the latter half of the Edo period, Gosyodoki was especially favored by goten jochu (palace maids) that held a high rank.
  590. When a warrior did harm to a townsman in Edo, directly-controlled land by the Bakufu, it could be regarded as an attempt of rebellion against the Tokugawa Bakufu.
  591. When a warrior pulled his sword out for Bureiuchi but the offender ran away, the warrior was punished because his deed was considered a warrior's dishonor.
  592. When a warrior was seen insulted by a townsman without doing anything about it by his colleague(s), the warrior was denounced as 'a coward' and was punished as 'not having the samurai spirit.'
  593. When a wife of an Emperor gave birth, it was conventional that she and her nyobo wear all-white juni-hitoe (according to the "Murasaki Shikibu Nikki" [The Diary of Lady Murasaki]).
  594. When a woman not of Imperial background marries an Imperial Prince or Prince and is later widowed, she may, at her own will, renounce her Imperial status.
  595. When a woman not of Imperial background marries an Imperial Prince or Prince and later is divorced, she loses her Imperial status (Clause 3, Article 14 of the Imperial House Act).
  596. When a woman out of curiosity peeked out through the slit in the door of her house, a wheel of an oxcart came rolling.
  597. When a wooden mortar is used, the mortar must be washed well and be filled with water to cause the mortar to absorb sufficient water.
  598. When a young man called Lord Sukeki HINO (First Rank) enjoyed talking with his friends over sake till late at night, something lightened suddenly behind a folding screen and there was a sign of a person.
  599. When a young monk came to tell that he would leave Join's lecture because it was extremely difficult, Join said to him, 'Half-listen for a thousand days even though you don't understand.'
  600. When acting Benkei in "Kanjincho," he was severely scolded for his immature acting by Kodanji.
  601. When acting Yosaburo in "Yohanasake Ukinano Yokogushi," from which his brother gained a reputation, he received a bad reputation because of his heavy speeches, although his performances had something in common with his brother's.
  602. When actors, who were puzzled when Mizoguchi asked them for retakes without telling them how to act, requested for his help, Mizoguchi never gave any advice, saying, 'It is the actor's job to act.'
  603. When actually committing suicide, however, she didn't dare to do so and deplored saying 'I wish to be eaten by an ogre.'
  604. When adding noodles, when it is grilled up well, put it over the noodles which are spread (however, there is controversy regarding whether the noodles should be sandwiched in).
  605. When adolescents become men, the event is celebrated.
  606. When advancing the Yamatohime no Okimi enthronement theory, Kida had to defend his theory from the allegation of irreverence by making a lame excuse.
  607. When advising actors on their performance, he often showed them model performances, which put professional actors to shame.
  608. When aged, takuan made by using the traditional recipe with sun-dried daikon radish can be soaked in water to remove salt and then can be used in cooking such as pan-fried takuan or takuan cooked in sauce.
  609. When aiming at a distant target, not only a front sight and a rear sight (Saki meate, Mae meate) but also a small sight device laid between them were used.
  610. When air raids were launched, all women wore slacks and Monpe.'
  611. When air raids were made on the works of the Kawasaki Airplane Company on July 7, the adjacent Akashi Train Depot was damaged severely and Moha 52006, the last "Ryuden" Moha 52, was burnt up.
  612. When all jigai are set, nyobo (a court lady) as dashiyaku (a person who picks out dashigai) takes one of dashigai out of dashigaioke (kaioke for dashigai) and put it inside down on the center.
  613. When all members have Uchiwa fan, having Uchiwa fan with a same pattern shows that those people belong to the same group.
  614. When all the feudal retainers gathered around, lower rank chief retainer Tomofusa ONO read out the urgent message.
  615. When all the musical compositions of jiuta are considered, they are the most technical pieces among shamisen music, and many pieces emphasize their the instrumental characteristics.
  616. When an Imperial Decree announced that Tadamitsu NAKAYAMA was a gyakuzoku (rebel), totsukawa goshi seceded.
  617. When an Imperial force led by a supreme commander Yoshisada NITTA came to hunt down and kill Takauji ASHIKAGA, KO no Moroyasu tried to intercept the invasion in the Mikawa Province but was defeated.
  618. When an Ochuro, a subordinate of an Otoshiyori, was selected for yotogi, became pregnant, and the son became the heir to the shogun and was proclaimed Shogun later, the Otoshiyori could become quite powerful in O-oku.
  619. When an Otoshiyori served for a month in the monthly rotation, she entered 'Chidorino-ma' (literally, plover room) in the Gotenmuki area around 10 AM, and summoned female servants, directing everything there without going out of the room.
  620. When an adolescent boy reached maturity in a matriarchal family dominated by a mother figure, reproductive potential was something to be celebrated and, ceremonies to celebrate good fortune and success involved the selection of womenfolk from the maternal side of the family as partners for the adolescents initial acts of coitus.
  621. When an ambassador prefers a carriage, he rides from Tokyo Station (at the time of writing, in front of the Meiji Life Insurance Headquarters as the station is under refurbishment) up to the carriage way of the Main Palace on the grounds of the Imperial Palace.
  622. When an appointment for various posts of an influential family is made by themselves, buninjo was used.
  623. When an arrow hits the mato, azuchi also serves in the same way as noted above because most arrows which hit the mato penetrate it and stick in the azuchi.
  624. When an art craft division was newly established in the Exhibition of the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts, ROKKAKU exhibited his works as a member of the selecting committee and Mukansa (a person who need not be submitted to the selecting committee).
  625. When an assassination attempt on Fushimi by Tameyori ASAHARA occurred in 1290, Kameyama, who was a suspected mastermind, rapidly lost his position.
  626. When an attack by Masatsura KUSUNOKI's army began during the Battle of Shijonawate, a vassal called Takamoto KAMIYAMA (Rokuro-zaemon) visited Moronao's camp.
  627. When an attempt was made to examine the photo the day after the discovery, the image was lost, likely due to getting hit by sunlight, and there was nothing but a glass plate.
  628. When an earthquake occurred in Kyoto in 1391, Ariyo advised Yoshimitsu that the earthquake indicated a 'sign of heiran' (disturbance).
  629. When an egg white is eaten fresh, a large amount of amylase, a digestive enzyme, is secreted.
  630. When an elder ex-colleague of Tachikawa Aircraft had his fortune told in Ikebukuro, he mentioned the name of ITO.
  631. When an electric stove is used, dissolve it on medium heat in 50 to 70 degree Celsius, not boil it.
  632. When an emperor or retired emperor put on the Kikujin no ho, Kurodo did not wear it with respect for them.
  633. When an emperor passes away and the Imperial Household Council approves the particular inevitable circumstances.
  634. When an emperor passes away and the empress wishes to part the Imperial Family.
  635. When an emperor passes away, the imperial heir will ascend to the throne immediately.
  636. When an emperor was young, a Sessho was placed.
  637. When an entombment was finished, people went into the water to clean their bodies.
  638. When an envoy from Balhae came to Japan in 871, Suenaga, who was the Junior Secretary of the Shikibu-sho (the Ministry of Ceremonial) at that time, was appointed to an attendant for the envoy to welcome them, and he and MIYAKO no Yoshika, who was the Dainaiki (the senior secretary of the Ministry of Central Affairs), undertook this duty.
  639. When an era of peace continued, the Shogun's bodyguards became corrupt and their behaivor grew worse.
  640. When an imperial member is born, the father of the imperial member, Imperial Household Archives, and scholar of the Chinese classics discuss and determine the name to be given (and the title if the child is a direct descendant).
  641. When an instance of high treason occurred in 1910, Tosuke, the Minister of Home Affairs at the time, directed arrestment of the criminals.
  642. When an internal conflict occurred within the force of Oda at Echizen in February 1574, Ikko-Ikki riot force took this opportunity to expand its power continuously.
  643. When an internal conflict of Ashikaga family led to Kanno Disturbance, his father Takauji summoned the eldest son Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA, who was at Kamakura, back to Kyoto, to attend to government as next shogun.
  644. When an internal conflict of the Muromachi shogunate (the Kanno Disturbance) occurred in 1350, Masanori, taking advantage of such an internal conflict, made efforts to regain and strengthen the power of the Southern Court and also conducted activities toward the unification of the Southern and Northern Courts.
  645. When an internal strife called the Yamairi Uprising occurred within the Satake clan serving as Shugo, the Edo clan actively intervened in the strife, which intervention was a good excuse for the Edo clan to expand their sphere of influence to the Satake Domain.
  646. When an internal strife occurred in bakufu, and Naoyoshi ASHIKAGA, a younger brother of Takauji, was expelled in 1349, Naofuyu ASHIKAGA, who was Takauji's child and Naoyoshi's adoptive child, sensed danger and hid himself in Kyushu.
  647. When an iron is used for burning the leaves together, the leaf may wrinkle or be torn when the iron is moved horizontally on the leaves while being heated.
  648. When an issue on the imperial sanction for the Treaty of commerce arose in 1858, he was against it as a member of the opposing group of 88 retainers (Teishin hachiju-hachi kyo [88 retainers of Imperial Court]).
  649. When an occurrence of kosa is predicted, the Meteorological Agency announces to each prefecture 'weather information: weather information for disaster prevention' (by the Meteorological Agency).
  650. When an officer explained the war situation to the Crown Prince, the Crown Prince had doubts about suicide squad.
  651. When an official Gunji was appointed, Ginin Gunji naturally lost their position, but Kokushi in some provinces were later given authority to increase the number of Gunji temporarily, and those temporary Gunji were also called Ginin Gunji.
  652. When an old man finished fishing and was about to return in the sea near Johencho, Minamiuwa-gun (Ehime Prefecture), he saw a light on the seashore.
  653. When an oniwaban got a promotion, he naturally resigned the position of oniwaban which was for the lower-class retainers, however when his child stared working for the bakufu, the first position of this child had to be the oniwaban.
  654. When an order to arrest him was issued all over Japan, he again counted on the protection of FUJIWARA no Hidehira, but after Hidehira's death, he was assaulted by the new head of the clan, FUJIWARA no Yasuhira, as he was pressed by Yoritomo, and Yoshitsune, who felt cornered, killed himself at the Koromogawa no Tachi residence.
  655. When an uchine was bound to a bow with string, it could be used as a long spear, known as a "Hazuyari."
  656. When an uprising took place in Senboku in 1590, he was stationed at Omori-jo Castle in Hiraka County by order of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, whereby together with Yoshitsugu OTANI, he contributed to the suppression of the uprising.
  657. When and by who the Shikashu was created is still unknown because each Shikashu was created in different situations, but there are many Shikashu which seem to have had influences on later poets and works such as the "Tsurayuki shu," a poem collection of KI no Tsurayuki and "Ise shu," a collection of Ise (poet)'s works.
  658. When and how the deity of Mt. Fuji came to be identified with Konohana sakuya bime is unknown.
  659. When any country has traffic with other countries in the same treaty system, they should associate with each other equally regardless of the size of nation.
  660. When any of the opponent's body parts except for his soles touch the dohyo.
  661. When applied on paper, the difference between the shin (the part that's written with the brush) and nijimi is small.
  662. When applied to male criminals, there were the cases of extirpating both penis and testicles, or the case of extirpating testicles only.
  663. When applying additional fertilizer, the closest attention and care are necessary; for example, spreading additional fertilizer over four times to avoid any damage due to fertilizer.
  664. When applying for the GP tests, she emphasized this point.
  665. When appreciating Japanese swords, the body of blade is especially paid attention to in most cases, and the appearance of the blade created when forging the sword is regarded as an object of art and named Hamon, Nie or Hada which is a pattern on the blade.
  666. When appreciation of pieces of excellent classical calligraphy as copybooks or hanging rolls in tea rooms gained popularity, it became important to know who wrote them.
  667. When approaching, it looks like 'a sand wall' with a height of several hundred meters
  668. When approval was given and contact made with a Ming Dynasty envoy, Yoshihisa was not well disposed towards Hideyoshi and in the memos to Ming China he made proposals to attack Hideyoshi.
  669. When approved by the Emperor, the document of Sobun (reports to the Emperor) would be marked up with gokaku, an imperial ideogram in Chinese character Kanji of 'Bun' or 'Ka' (literally, 'listened' or 'permitted') below the date of approval (though this procedure was sometimes simplified by the Emperor's oral reply only.)
  670. When armed forces gathered in Rokuhara, intensifying the situation, Narichika asked Goshirakawa for his resignation from the position of Kebiishi betto.
  671. When armed monks from Enryaku-ji Temple marched on Kyoto in 1079, he set out with his brother, TAIRA no Suehira, and MINAMOTO no Yoritsuna to protect the capital.
  672. When as the result of the violation of the laws by Ieyasu, a disturbance arose in which the territorial lords gathered together in both Ieyasu's residence and Toshiie's residence, nine men who were four members of Gotairo including Toshiie and five members of Gobugyo exchanged the written oaths with Ieyasu, and the compromise for the time being was realized.
  673. When asked by Yoritomo about the arts of archery and horsemanship, Saigyo played dumb by answering that he had forgotten all about them.
  674. When asked by a customer, Soba vendors took the pole off their shoulders, and then, put soba in a bowl and poured broth in it and handed it to a customer with chopsticks, and customers ate standing.
  675. When asked for his name just before he died, he answered:
  676. When asked the reason why he didn't appeal for mercy, Cloistered Imperial Prince Koben said 'Since they achieved their aim, it is better for them to bequeath the lesson of their honor by committing seppuku rather than to live on polluted by the dirt of vulgarity.'
  677. When asked why not, Keijiro replied, "When I was in front of Kagekatsu, he looked so majestic that I could never sit on his lap."
  678. When asked, he explained that while he was urinating at the back of the shrine on the mountaintop, a 'big, inky man' came out and reproved him, saying, 'I will take you home, so close your eyes,' whereupon he found himself standing in the backyard of his own home.
  679. When at the position of Ushoben, Moroie passed by the house in which his former girlfriend lived, and her family called him to drop in, so he returned his ox-drawn carriage and entered her house.
  680. When at the scene, Tsukasa SHIBA, a retainer of Aizu clan, tried to control the samurai in a guest room, the samurai escaped, which prompted SHIBA to pursue and wound the samurai with a spear in an effort to catch the samurai.
  681. When attacked by an enemy, the octopus can cut loose the captured leg which is later regenerated, but at times this can grow into two legs, and an octopus with more than 8 legs is not uncommon.
  682. When attacked by troops of rebellious Suminoe no nakatsu miko, Oe was sleeping drunk at the Naniwa no miya Palace and because he could barely mount on the horse with the help of his subordinate, he must have had a hangover which tormented him, together with the shock of the rebellion.
  683. When attacking on Arioka-jo Castle (the battle of Arioka-jo Castle) next year, he led a gun troop with Manmi and Sugaya.
  684. When attempting to produce natto at home, several precautions must be taken.
  685. When attending events, members wear name tags which clearly state their own 'To' (inspiration).
  686. When awarded the rank, the Karo officer retained it until he died or retired from the post.
  687. When bakufu officials were factionalized and declared secession in the Kanno Disturbance, the second shogun, Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA held a consultation in Onshokata (office to do desk work concerning the Onsho award) with a consultative body replacing the collapsed hyojoshu and hikitsukeshu, which was regarded as the origin of gozen-sata.
  688. When becoming the local official, Tsuneshige was permitted a privilege of taking 'kajishi' (land rent) of fields of rice and other crops as a 'landlord,' and the position of the local official and the privilege of Tsuneshige was to be inherited by his descendants.
  689. When being appointed to Ukon no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) in March 1218, Sanetomo firstly called Kagemori and told Kagemori that he was appointed to Akitajo no suke (provincial governor of Akita-jo Castle in Dewa Province).
  690. When being placed on a vessel stand, the top of the jar will be as high as one's shoulder.
  691. When being transferred to Yonezawa, Kagekatsu's fiefdom was considerably decreased; however, he brought all of his retainers to Yonezawa.
  692. When believers of the Nichiren sect (mainly Icchi-ha sect) recite the Nichiren chant, they pronounce 'Namumyohorengekyo.'
  693. When beni-shoga is produced industrially, however, ginger shredded in advance are often pickled in a condiment liquid of plum vinegar with red food coloring.
  694. When bicycle races are held at Kyoto Mukomachi bicycle racetrack, rapid express trains temporarily stop at Higashimuko Station in the early evening.
  695. When bittern (coagulant) is added to the warm soy milk, protein molecules spread in the form of a net as described below, and the soy milk curdles into a pudding-like consistency.
  696. When bloodstains were followed, they led to a grave of a rascal manservant who once worked at Gango-ji Temple.
  697. When boarding the train at an unmanned station, the passenger is required to pass it through the card reader only upon boarding for the first time, but when getting off the train at an unmanned station each passenger is required to pass it through the card reader.
  698. When boiled, place the konnyaku into the pot.
  699. When both Jodai-garo and Shioki-garo were appointed at the same time in a domain, there was no conclusive definition of which held higher rank.
  700. When both Kuni-garo and Jodai-garo were appointed, it was customary for the Jodai-garo to be placed in a higher rank than Kuni-garo.
  701. When both characters "Noh mask (能面)" are written, it is usually pronounced as "Noh-men" but when only the second character "mask" is written, it is usually pronounced as "omote".
  702. When both of the sides faced each other in Uji, a deer, which was believed to be a messenger from the deity of the Kasuga-taisha Shrine, appeared in front of them; one solder tried to shoot it and this incident caused the battle to begin, resulting in a large number of casualties among the side of the monks.
  703. When both parties to a suit agreed, wayo deed to the effect that they confirmed each other's intension of agreeing concerning the suit is prepared.
  704. When both sides are grilled until brown, reduce the heat and coat the top side with lots of sauce.
  705. When both were playing the koto together, even Princess Kannabi who was a childhood friend, felt jealous.
  706. When braziers or irori fire places were widely used, Hibashi chopsticks were common tools you could see in any home in Japan.
  707. When brothers of Motomori (such as Tanemichi HATANO) rebelled in Tanba Province in response to Takakuni's unjust punishment on innocent Motomori, the Takakuni government could not suppress the rebellion exposing the weakness of its military force.
  708. When brown rice is cooked in a normal rice cooker rather than a pressure cooker, its rice bran layer is difficult to digest, and the texture is dry and poor.
  709. When brown rice is cooked, the endosperm expands but the rice bran layer does not expand, and therefore the rice bran layer bursts.
  710. When budo (martial arts) was resumed after being forbidden in school education by the General Headquarters following the World War II, the kamidana was removed from many public school dojos based on the separation of religion and state.
  711. When burning the leaves together by iron, it is used for preventing the gold leaf from sticking to the iron.
  712. When burning together using binchotan charcoal, the charcoal should be covered by ash.
  713. When busy, unsophisticated waiting maids quickly tucked the hair trimmed at shoulder length behind the ears, a hairstyle called 'mimihasami.'
  714. When cabinet members of bakufu were at a loss, since Iemitsu was enthusiastic about falconry and frequently away overnight, they requested Masamune to persuade Iemitsu to stop being away overnight.
  715. When calculating this fact, it is possible that he got infected with the disease from a prostitute when he was at the War in Korea.
  716. When called Shichi Kannon (the seven Kannon), these two Kannon are included.
  717. When called as the second person in conversation, most of the time is simply called Heika if it is clear whether the individual is the Emperor or the Empress from the context of conversation.
  718. When called to the Hikone domain to make drawings on a folding screen, offended by being treated as a painter for being paid a fee for is calligraphic works and paintings, Tosai tore the folding screen and left.
  719. When candy is stored in a high room temperature during summer or absorbs moisture, the surface of it becomes soft and it loses flavor in general but that is not the case with konpeito.
  720. When capacity for transport increased as a result of the excavation of the Hozu-gawa River by Ryoi SUMINOKURA, Uzune, Umaji, Hozu and Yamamoto in the Kameoka area prospered as a waypoint between Tanba and Kyoto.
  721. When carrying around makibishi, it is usually put into a bamboo tube.
  722. When carrying it, it must be put into an exclusive bag such as a juzu bag (nenju bag).
  723. When changing to a train on the Tohoku Shinkansen line at Fukushima or Morioka, or riding through the Shinkansen:
  724. When chanting 'Sankiemon' (three faith statements), keep the position of gassho.
  725. When children at seven or eight years old or above are to be dressed up, make Ohashori, even though it is difficult, to show it has been tucked at the waist without making a waist tuck.
  726. When children reached the age of 7 or 8, or the age of 13 or 14 (depending on the era), the Ceremony of First Reading were held, and they began reading books such as "Gyochu Kokyo" and "Shiki."
  727. When choyo and/or fubutsu was lost or could not be delivered, the gunji or the rich and powerful person was obliged to make necessary private compensation.
  728. When civilization developed and cities were built in the area including the Near and Middle East, a castle wall was built around a city to defend the city and establish a military base.
  729. When classified by the number of characters, it goes as follows:
  730. When classified by the number of stanza, it goes as follows:
  731. When clothes were given, haibu was conducted with them on his or her shoulder (kazukemono).
  732. When clothing and accessories were imported from the Western countries, western clothes were gradually produced in Japan.
  733. When cohorts (in ancient Japan) were formed under the ritsuryo codes, these cohorts took charge of military affairs instead of the Mononobe and the Otomo clans.
  734. When collecting cypress bark, since only the superficial part of the bark is peeled off of standing cypress without cutting down trees, it is said to be an environmentally friendly roofing method.
  735. When coloring the hina arare pink, green or yellow, one can do that either by coloring the hina arare or adding colored sugar over them.
  736. When combined, they become Ichidaihiho.
  737. When coming from the direction of Kinosakionsen Station, Toyooka Station and Fukuchiyama Station for Osaka, the Kitakinki train service not only functions as a limited express for business trip on weekdays but also as a limited express for sightseeing on weekends and holidays, so the number of train cars varies from four to seven depending on the day of boarding.
  738. When coming to the northern Kinki district from distant places, like Tokyo or Fukuoka, the flight via Osaka International Airport to Konotori-Tajima Airport is the shortest route.
  739. When committing Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment), a short knife should be in fact plunged into the abdomen, but it has gradually become a ritualistic thing, and eventually, a Sensu substituted as a short knife for Seppuku.
  740. When compared to gardens in shinden-zukuri architecture, the central building in the Jodo style garden is an Amitabha hall instead of a shinden.
  741. When compared with Ise-Heishi called 'Heike', the name of 'Gen-ke' (the Gen family) was also used in the past.
  742. When compared with magnesium chloride, a main ingredient in bittern, calcium sulfate had a wider zone in which the proper coagulation reaction occurred (being referred to as the strike zone of coagulation) and made it comparatively easy to make high-quality tofu, which was water-retentive and fine.
  743. When compared with the Miura clan which was Daigozoku (big local ruling family) serving the Minamoto clan long before the time of Yoritomo, the Adachi clan seemed to be treated lightly as low status.
  744. When comparing Kenshin and other daimyo (Japanese feudal lords), in a military organization such as teppo (gun), bows, horses and so on there was only a small difference, and not much difference in strategies, but the Uesugi army was proud of their own overwhelming strength in direct combats with enemies.
  745. When comparing the stone chambers with those in the neighboring tumuli and considering the iron chape with silver inlays among the burial articles, it seems that the tumulus was built from the mid to the late 7th century.
  746. When compiling "Dainihonshi" (Great history of Japan), Mito Domain gathered information from around the country, including pedigree records.
  747. When completed, Kudara-daiji Temple far surpassed the scale of the Soga clan's Asuka-dera Temple.
  748. When completed, it is black.
  749. When completed, it is reddish.
  750. When conferred as a posthumous rank, it is called Zo-shogoi.
  751. When conflict of interests occurred, some branch families went so far as to publicly rebel against the Kokujin and engage in battle.
  752. When conflicts occurred between the two brothers, FUJIWARA no Tadamichi and FUJIWARA no Yorinaga, inside Sekkan-ke (the families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor), Yorimori became a subordinate to Tadamichi whereas Yorinori became a subordinate to Yorinaga and his Koto (a secretary).
  753. When confrontation intensified between the president and the law school, professors/assistant professors of the law school jointly resigned from their posts in January 1914, and students also supported them.
  754. When considering cases in foreign kingdoms and Empires, there are few cases of inkyo.
  755. When considering demerits of inkyo, it often raises a conflict for real power.
  756. When considering that the garden was made by the Soga family, it is easy to imagine that gardening technique also originated from Kudara.
  757. When considering that there are seventy years difference between the year which is said to be the construction year of Kitano-jinja Shrine (947) and the year Zesan died (1018), it is likely that the theory stating that the appointment was in 1004 is more appropriate.
  758. When considering the high status of Inoue and the low status of Niigasa, it was only natural that Imperial Princess Inoe would become empress, and that her son Imperial Prince Osabe would become crown prince.
  759. When considering the history of whale meat consumption, it is essential to understand how the ways of distributing and consuming fishes/shells and animal meat as a whole have changed.
  760. When considering these points, it can also be said that whale meat is important in food culture.
  761. When constructed in 1898 as the chapel of Heian Jogakuin St. Agnes School, it was called "Sei-san-ichi daiseido" (literally a sacred three-one cathedral), but St Agnes Church was organized in 1923 by persons related to Heian Jogakuin St. Agnes School and now, St Agnes Church is called a cathedral.
  762. When constructing (also extending and reconstructing) a building, one is required to have a plan examined to see whether it conforms to these regulations and approved by the mayor.
  763. When construction by the shogunate began in 1603, it consisted of a nobori-ishigaki which remains preserved in good condition.
  764. When construction of the National Showa Memorial Museum began, the statue was relocated to Chuo Kyodo Kumiai School in Aiharamachi, Machida City, Tokyo Prefecture.
  765. When construction of the hall was completed, lectures commemorating it were held, and the contents were later put together in 'Towards the future: lectures given commemorating the completion of Suekawa Memorial Hall' (by the administration office of Suekawa Memorial Hall of Ritsumeikan University, 1985).
  766. When construction of the nearby Byodo-in Temple was completed, these shrines came to serve as its guardian shrines.
  767. When contemplating Hosshin (dharma body), a person is 'seeing a principle' and the word "Nen" holds the meaning as it is used in okunen, shinen shinnen and so on.
  768. When contemplating the Buddha as Butsumyo (the name of the Buddha), since a name is a word used to call a thing, the meaning of Nen should be seen as Shonen.
  769. When contrasted with kunto (Order of Merit), it corresponds to Kunnito (Order of Second Class), and those with Shoshiinojo Sangi (councilor) and Jusanmi or higher court ranks were considered kugyo or kandachime (court noble).
  770. When contrasting the date of death with the deceased people by age and gender, many women and old people died from autumn to winter of the 'previous year,' and adult men died in June of 'this year.'
  771. When control over Qing stabilized, instead of practical learning, the study of old documents, which attempted to empirically interpret classics such as Keisho, occurred.
  772. When cooking Dong Po Rou, star anise is usually added for seasoning to give it a distinct flavor.
  773. When cooking care must be taken not to boil it completely after adding the miso, since the aroma will be volatilized and the flavour will decrease.
  774. When cooking chicken, it is advisable to prick the meat several times with a fork before marinating it.
  775. When cooking okonomiyaki in the household, they sometimes make one that is very different from what is served in shops.
  776. When counting the fifty-four chapters of "The Tale of Genji", there are two ways of counting: one includes this 'Kumogakure' among them, and the other does not.
  777. When counting the number of Soh, a figure should be followed by the term "men," like ichi (one)-men, ni (two)-men etc.
  778. When cows infected with BSE (bovine spongeform encephalopathy, mad cow disease) were reported to be found in Washington State in the United Sates, the Japanese government decided to ban US beef imports on December 26.
  779. When creating the nation of Japan, Amaterasu Omikami discovered the impression of the seal of Vairocana Buddha in the sea and rummaged through the seabed for the impression with her sword.
  780. When customers ask Soba shops or Udon noodles shops to deliver Nabeyaki Udon, they may be asked whether they prefer simmered Udon noodles or regular Udon noodles.
  781. When daifuku are made at home, it is recommended to add sugar to the mochi because sugar can prevent the mochi from becoming hard.
  782. When deciding the ranking in the final, the method called izume (a method where all competitors shoot an arrow each in a round, eliminating those who missed the target) is taken.
  783. When deciding whether to accept the Potsdam Declaration and surrender at the end of World War II, even the Prime Minister was not allowed to decide it by himself and so they had to ask the Emperor to make an 'Imperial decision'.
  784. When declining any solicitation, too, shadowy expressions are used, like 'ookini' (literally, 'thank you'), 'kangaetoki massa' (literally, 'let me consider') and so on, which expressions are considered respectful to the solicitors.
  785. When dedicating kagura to the gods, miko often wear makeup, and for this special occasion it is applied heavily.
  786. When deep frying frozen korokke, the korokke may burst due to differing temperatures of the outside coating and the potatoes inside, or they may break up if accidentally touched with chopsticks while they are thawing.
  787. When defatted soybeans are used, the label is indicated as 'defatted soybeans.'
  788. When demonstrators came to Tatebayashi Town, they were confronted by ten policemen, but demonstrators broke through them.
  789. When dengaku (ritual music and dancing in shrines and temples) was performed in 1096, he played the kotsuzumi (small hand drum) with MINAMOTO no Shigesuke and others.
  790. When describing the enshrined deity of a shrine, it is written 比売神 (Hime no Kami) (比売大神 (Hime Okami)), 比咩神 (Hime no Kami), etc., along with the shusaijin (main enshrined deities)
  791. When directing "Sansho dayu," he said to a child actor, 'This kid is hopelessly stupid!' upsetting his mother nearby.
  792. When directing, Mizoguchi often asked around, 'Are you reflecting?'
  793. When dispatching troops to Korea (the Bunroku no eki War), Mitsunari went to Korea as the So-bugyo magistrate with Nagamori MASHITA and Yoshitsugu OTANI.
  794. When displayed and printed in the PiTaPa area, the name of the companies and stations used are placed as 'JR West Kyoto' or 'Hankyu Umeda,' except for some railway companies such as Keihan and Nankai.
  795. When distinguishing between Tokyo and Kyoto, the following abbreviations are used: 'kyo' for Tokyo and 'raku' for Kyoto.
  796. When doctors warned him against this behavior, he would get very angry, sometimes even to the point where they would be punished.
  797. When dohyo is built by local governments, strong sheets are sometimes used to make bales.
  798. When doing Chinkon, the person has to collect his own spirit at the center of the body and keep it still without releasing it; as a result of the exercise, the collected spirit would react with the gods' spirits to become one.
  799. When domains had difficulty managing han bills, panics, uprisings and destructive urban riots broke out over the exchange of han bills.
  800. When done
  801. When done too late, even strokes and the thrusts that make contact, will not be considered valid.
  802. When dried kelp is left in a warehouse in humid Osaka, the astringency of the kelp is removed, instead, the sweetness increases because kelp matures.
  803. When dried pufferfish fins are roasted over the fire and put into hot sake, it is called 'fugu no hirezake.'
  804. When drivers want to get on the Keiji Bypass toward Suita or Osaka from the east side of the Uji-gawa River (near the Ujihigashi Interchange), they must go to the Ujinishi Interchange.
  805. When driving around the mountainside of Mt. Hiei, one can see the whole of Otsu City and the southern part of Lake Biwa on the way to 'Yumemigaoka.'
  806. When drunken royalists said "he is unforgivable" and "he should be slain," Gensai KAWAKAMI left the place.
  807. When eaten, the ingredients are dipped in ginger and soy sauce instead of mustard.
  808. When eating Curry Udon, one often unintentionally stains their clothes with splashes of curry soup by letting noodles slip off chopsticks or letting curry soup splash from a bowl (some people detest stains so much that they refrain from eating Curry Udon).
  809. When eating chitoseame, there is an accompanying prayer said by parents for the longevity of their children.
  810. When eating it with tamago kake gohan (rice with a mixed raw egg put on), a small portion of rice is wrapped by Ajitsuke nori or Ajitsuke nori is rubbed in one's fingers with pieces about 1cm by 1cm sprinkled over and stirred with rice.
  811. When eating it, however, considerable resolve is required even for the person who likes wasabi, because a large amount of it is used.
  812. When eating mori soba, dip only the tip of the soba in the sauce.
  813. When eating sekihan rice, people sprinkle onto it some gomashio (salt with sesame) containing unprocessed sesame seeds instead of the usually cut and parched ones, because the act of cutting or parching is regarded as ominous.
  814. When eating yubeshi, straw is removed, and yubeshi is cut into pieces appropriately to be served as an accompaniment to sake or a side dish for rice.
  815. When eating, raw one or soaked one in mixture of vinegar, soy sauce and sugar is delicious.
  816. When eating, the topping ingredients are dipped into soy sauce in a small plate called otesho.
  817. When electrified at that time, 4-car trains ran to and from twenty-on times a day every forty - sixty minutes.
  818. When enforcing resolutions, permission and approval from the prefectural governor were needed from all aspects.
  819. When engaged in the military service in the year of Jinshin, you, SAKANOUE no Imiki Okina, took yourself off to face the national crisis and confronted it regardless of the risk of losing your life and narrowly escaping certain death.
  820. When enrolling the Koju-in College, Ginko read various books and discovered in the book "Ryo-no-gige" (commentary on the Ryo) that there were female doctor-like persons in Japan from ancient times.
  821. When enshrined as the Amida triad Kyoji, it is accompanied by the attendant figures Kannon-Bosatsu (i.e., Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva) and Seishi-Bosatsu (i.e., Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva).
  822. When enshrined, Shinatobe is also written as 志那戸辨命 (Shinatobe no mikoto).
  823. When enshrined, her name is also written as 水波能売命 (Mizuhanome no mikoto).
  824. When enshrined, his name is also written as 志那都彦神 (Shinatsuhiko no kami).
  825. When enshrining an image of a deity, a hokora (a small shrine) is built, with the image covered by a roof or placed in a zushi (a small sacred cabinet with a double-leaf door) or a mikoshi (a portable shrine).
  826. When entered through the nijiriguchi, dedoko (a decorative alcove protruded into the room) of about 1.2 meters wide is located on the far left, and a katteguchi (service entrance) is located on the farther right of dedoko.
  827. When entering into priesthood, he was given the name Kanko as his go (byname).
  828. When entering the building after breaking the door down, he found his wife's dead body hung with all of her blood completely drained.
  829. When entering the shrine precinct, it is necessary to pay 200 yen for the beautification and maintenance of the shrine.
  830. When entries are registered or supplementary provisions are added in the Kotofu and the duplicate copy, the date is filled in and Grand Steward of the Imperial Household Agency and Manager of the Imperial Household Archives sign it (the old Article 9).
  831. When escaping from Kamakura, Naoyoshi made his vassal Yoshihiro FUCHINOBE kill Imperial Prince Morinaga in secret.
  832. When established, it was called the Kyoto Prefectural Higher School of Agriculture and Forestry.
  833. When establishing a school was impossible, a class was formed.
  834. When establishing this forest for research, the university paid attention to the following three points:
  835. When even they/The wild ducks by the bending shore/Of the pond at Karu/Do no sleep alone at night/On the gemlike waterweed.
  836. When evening falls/The salt tide will come flooding in/And that is when I would go down to Suminoe/To gather gemweed in Asaka Bay.
  837. When everyone is on the boat, the fisherman rows the boat out into the sea.
  838. When everything was ready, "Sogo" (Office of Monastic Affairs) of Kofuku-ji Temple assumed the negotiations between the court and the temple, and the chief Shinto priest of Kasuga-taisha Shrine and the "jinin" (associates of Shinto shrine) held Shinboku.
  839. When excavated, some of the unearthed ishisaji retained a string or a clod of natural asphalt on its projected part, and some excavated bodies were wearing ishisaji.
  840. When excluding the 'Kumogakure' from the fifty-four chapters, people divide 'Wakana' (Spring Shoots) (The Tale of Genji) which contains a lot of content into two parts and regard them as two chapters.
  841. When executing 'Sambun-no-ni' the arrow is held without moving momentarily when the arrow is positioned around the level of the eyebrow during 'Uchiokoshi' (anchoring) to the move of 'Hikiwake' (drawing).
  842. When express trains began to run from Kyoto to Osaka in April 1949 and to Kobe in June, the timetable for both express and local trains, returned to the prewar state.
  843. When facing the main hall, this east-facing building stands on the left and houses the sitting statue of the principal deity Amida Nyora.
  844. When facing these letters, 'Myo' is situated on the left-hand side of 'Ho' and hence it is considered that 'Myo' came into existence first.
  845. When falling in city areas, kosa and smog, generated due to recent economic progress, produce a synergistic effect, sometimes limiting the visibility considerably.
  846. When father Yoshioki OUCHI died and Yoshitaka OUCHI inherited from his father, Yoshitaka commanded Okifusa SUE, who had taken part in various battles, to conquer northern Kyushu, dispatching him to Kyushu.
  847. When feed was given, it ate well.
  848. When fellow shugo battled each other, the hikan or regional folk and regional lords had a great influence on events.
  849. When fermentation advances too much and nuka-zuke becomes too sour, add crushed eggshell.
  850. When festival float and carts appear, these are in some cases ridden and performed upon.
  851. When fighting against Ikko-Ikki adherents in Nishi-Omi, 18 Akechi troops were killed in the battle.
  852. When fighting against heavily-armored soldiers, spears/naginata (Japanese halberd)/sticks were more suitable than swords.
  853. When fighting with the army of bakufu, Soncho and his brother Nobuyoshi defended the Imoarai district, but upon the realization of their defeat, he cut himself loose from the battalion and was on the run.
  854. When filming "Genroku chushingura," he had the full-scale replica of the matsu no roka built (with the participation of Kaneto SHINDO as a building supervisor).
  855. When finished, coins were sent to the inspection center, and accepted coins were threaded, made into a bundle called zenisashi and then stored in the kanegura (gold storehouse).
  856. When first introduced to Japan during the Nara period, the Japanese sho also had a pipe-like mouthpiece but this has since been removed and the instrument is now played by placing the mouth directly on the body.
  857. When fish with white flesh such as a sea bream is used, food coloring is sometimes added to color the denbu in pink.
  858. When five or six blossoms have opened, the agency reports that cherry blossoms are 'flowering.'
  859. When five or six buds of a standard tree begin to burst, the flowering is announced, which is called 'Kaika Sengen' (declaration of flowering) by the mass media.
  860. When flowers were difficult to get hold of, he turned his hand to using other media for his creations.
  861. When folded, a sensu is used like a sword, a pike, chopsticks, a writing brush, a kiseru (traditional Japanese cigarette pipe), or other things which are long and thin, and when unfolded, the sensu is used like a letter or paper lantern.
  862. When food containing starch is chewed in the mouth, amylase in saliva converts starch into sugar.
  863. When forced by Hideyoshi to convert with the edict for expelling Jesuit missionaries and his father Yoshitaka had taken the lead in giving up his Christian faith, Nagamasa also converted.
  864. When four major family titles which were Minamoto clan, Taira clan, Fujiwara clan, Tachibana clan had gradually prospered from the Nara period to Heian period, most of the titles of their descendants became Asomi/Ason, and the title itself became meaningless.
  865. When fried soba noodles seasoned with Worcester sauce are wrapped in eggs instead of ketchup-flavored chicken fried rice, it is referred to as 'omu soba' (noodle omelet).
  866. When frying in hot oil, they develop air bubbles and expand into balls of about 6 cm in diameterwhich is the characteristic of age-fu of Wuxi City, China.
  867. When frying tempura, the fluid batter of soft flour and beaten egg is removed from tempura ingredients by bits.
  868. When gangsters started a criminal act, the kokuga sent a report about it (called Kokuge) to Daijokan in the central government.
  869. When gengo is changed in the case of the accession of the heir apparent to the throne, it is impossible to accurately express the point when exactly one year has passed from the succession.
  870. When getsurei (age of the moon) at the time is calculated on the basis of astronomical knowledge, this day falls on the first day of the month in astronomy.
  871. When getting on an ordinary car of a limited express, you have to buy a basic ticket and a limited express ticket.
  872. When getting on the Green Car of a limited express, you have to buy a basic ticket, a limited express ticket for a reserved seat (this ticket costs the same as the limited express ticket for a non-reserved seat on the Shinkansen) and also, a Green ticket.
  873. When getting onto the train or using a ticket vending machine or exit-fare machine, the first three letters of the station are printed on the card followed by an abbreviated kanji company code, while when getting off the first two letters of the station are printed, followed by an abbreviated English company code.
  874. When girls between 10 and 19 years old wear chigomage, it often becomes similar to Momoware (literally, split peach; female hair style in kimono that the bun is split and a red fabric woven in the center) or Ichogaeshi (the hair done up in a bun shaped like two leaves of the ginkgo tree).
  875. When girls wore Akome, they wore Akome of the color combinations for female court attire, according to Uchigi rule.
  876. When giving gifts today, mokuroku in which gifts are listed are normally handed over at graduation ceremonies or weddings.
  877. When going to a station in the central area of Kyoto, one must pay both the fare for the Keihan Line section and that for the Tozai Line section if one wants to use Keihan-Yamashina Station, but one should pay only the fare for the Tozai Line if using Yamashina Station on the subway line.
  878. When going to die in the Kanei era (1624 to 1643), Moritomo divided his territory and gave each to his children and others.
  879. When going to kill the Nue, Yorimasa offered a prayer to his protective god Jizo Bodhisattva.
  880. When gold coins and Chogin were first introduced before the Kamakura period, those values were evaluated by measuring the mass.
  881. When golden sparkle like electrical shock was emitted from the bow and disrupted Nagasunehiko's army, Iwrehikono Mikoto's army attacked them.
  882. When good-looking Danjuro ICHIKAWA VIII performed Mizuiri, all the women and girls wanted to buy the water in the barrel.
  883. When gosanke did not have an heir, a new lord of the gosanke was sometimes selected from this gorenshi.
  884. When government affairs came to a halt due to young Yoriie's misgovernment in June, the 13-person council system was brought in; Kagetoki was on the council.
  885. When government officials transfer to a different government office or workplace, the term tenkan is used.
  886. When graduates of the Army War College and Naval Academy (Japan) assumed important posts, these forces of domain clique within the military shrank gradually because the performance of their school days was valued.
  887. When green tortoise dances and performs.
  888. When grilling the okonomiyaki a hot plate is mainly used in the household, but a frying pan excels in heating power and the flip of a wrist can turn it over beautifully without using a trowel (spatula) or a turner.
  889. When guests from the public entertainment and music world and the sport world are invited to the tea parties held at the Imperial Palace, or to the garden parties held at Akasaka Imperial Garden, the Emperor asks them questions in detail.
  890. When hanami is held in Honshu and below, it is often held during the day time and in near places, but in many cases kanpukai is held with one night stay.
  891. When hanami is held under a cherry tree or plum tree which is designated a natural treasure, or a historical cherry tree or plum tree, a tea-ceremony place is often set up.
  892. When handen-based field supply became unstably provided, kubunden were traded or transferred.
  893. When handen-based field supply ceased, kubunden effectively became owned by farmers.
  894. When having been dug a hole to the earth to plant a tree in 1885, the owner of the site hit a vertical style stone chamber and lots of grave goods in addition to copper millers were unearthed from there.
  895. When having entered Futo (a wind-related place), dust falls from the edges of clouds'
  896. When hawking it, it is typical to sing 'Ishiyaki imo, oimo' to a tune with a unique melody.
  897. When he abdicated as Shogun in favor of his son, Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA in 1394, Yoshimitsu moved from the gosho to the newly-built Kitayama dai (Kitayama residence) (the current Rokuon-ji Temple).
  898. When he accepted the deportation, Nobukatsu called himself Joshin.
  899. When he accompanied the daughter of the household on her trip to visit a shrine, an ogre came to kidnap her.
  900. When he almost conquered all of the western Mikawa area, Mikawa Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers in Mikawa Province) erupted, but he suppressed it after strenuous efforts.
  901. When he appeared as a judge in "The NHK Kohaku Utagassen" (NHK Year-end Grand Song Festival) in 1994 in which he was selected for Bunkakorosha (Person of Cultural Merits), Ichikawa scratched his head, being advised from Ichiro FURUTACHI serving as the host 'Your understanding for non-smoking in this hall is appreciated.'
  902. When he arrived at Osaka, he visited his elder brother, who worked at kurayashiki of the Nakatsu domain as their father once had.
  903. When he arrived at island, people treated him as an exile, he was suffered due to his loneliness.
  904. When he arrived at the present Yura, Tsuruoka City in Yamagata prefecture, he saw eight young ladies dancing to the sound of flute on a rock called the Butaiiwa (meaning the stage formed of rock) located at Yaotome Bay.
  905. When he arrives, the splendid Agata's house has been in ruins.
  906. When he ascended the throne as Emperor Tsuchimikado in 1198, Noen became the maternal grandfather of an emperor by blood relationship, but he never received treatment befitting that fact.
  907. When he asked her father, Oyamatsumi, he became very happy, and he also presented to him her sister, Iwanagahime.
  908. When he asked masters what 'virtue' meant, which he did not understand, he did not get a convincing answer.
  909. When he assembled the court nobles to discuss deposing the emperor and replacing him with Prince Tokiyasu, the Minister of the Left, MINAMOTO no Toru (the twelfth son of Emperor Saga) asserted that he himself also had the pedigree, and was therefore qualified to become emperor.
  910. When he assumed the surname of Kitabatake by taking over the head position of the Kitabatake family and he was respectfully called Go-Honjo.
  911. When he attempted to reenter the city, he was defeated in Teshimagawara, Settsu Province and fled to Kyushu.
  912. When he awoke from his dream, the pain in both hands had completely disappeared.
  913. When he became 17 years old, Myoryu entered Yagoto Mountain Kosho-ji Temple and received Gusokukai (taking the full precepts), then was bestowed Jisho (document with the emperor's seal) from Jodo sect Chinzei-ha Shirahata-ryu School in the same year.
  914. When he became Jitoshiki (manager and lord of manor) of Ijuin (Hioki Country, Satsuma Province), he changed his domicile to Ijuin.
  915. When he became a Buddhist priest in 1597, he entered Tenpyo-ji Temple after the Battle of Sekidosan and assumed the position of betto (a head of the institution), and then he quit the priesthood in 1604.
  916. When he became a Buddhist priest, he took the Buddhist name of Doshun.
  917. When he became a director of the head office in 1903, he went on a business trip to Europe and America to learn about commerce in 1909 and began working concurrently as a bank manager in 1910.
  918. When he became a priest is not clear, and his homyo (a name given to a person who enters the Buddhist priesthood) was Gansho at first, and changed to Kakue later.
  919. When he became a priest, he took the name Zenshin.
  920. When he became a priest, he was also called Hoo (Cloistered Emperor).
  921. When he became ambassador to Russia, he was appointed chujo (vice-admiral) in the navy; this came to be because according to diplomatic customs of the time, it was judged that a military officer would have more advantage in negotiation, and Hirobumi ITO proposed it to the government.
  922. When he became aware of his origin at 11 years of age (or 15 years according to another theory), he refused to be a Buddhist monk and tried to refine his martial art, training himself by crisscrossing the Kurama-yama Mountain.
  923. When he became designated a Living National Treasure, he really felt uneasy telling 'If I become a national treasure, may I not enjoy the horse race?'
  924. When he became the Azukari dokoro of Kanzaki no sho (imperial estate) in the Hizen Province, he eliminated the influence of Dazaifu (the governmental office with jurisdiction over Kyushu, Iki and Tsushima under the ritsuryo system) and became directly involved in trade between Japan and Song.
  925. When he became widely known at the end of Showa Period, appearing in Hiroshi ARAMATA's novel, "Teito Monogatari" (The tale of the Imperial Capital), which takes as its theme of the spiritual protectors of Tokyo, he became popular as the "Guardian Spirit of Tokyo" among many followers of the occult.
  926. When he began to have much confidence in medicine after mastering Chinese medicine, Ransai was very shocked to read "Kaitai shinsho" (New Book of Anatomy) written by Genpaku SUGITA and Ryotaku MAENO, and decided to learn Western studies.
  927. When he borrowed money from Gohe HIRANOYA in Osaka to make Shinsengumi's haori (Japanese half-coat), he signed his name as 親見錦 (Shinmi SHINMI) as a leader in apposition with Kondo and Sesizawa.
  928. When he brought the jewel back home and put it on the floor, it turned into a beautiful lady.
  929. When he brought the stone home and placed it on his bed, the stone turned into a beautiful girl.
  930. When he brought these two severed heads and advanced to the front of Nobunaga, his distinguished war services were recognized this time, and he was allowed to return to the service with chigyo of 300 kan (or 450 kanmom by another opinion) increased by Nobunaga ("Shinchoko-ki" [Biography of Nobunaga ODA]).
  931. When he called Shimonomichinushi to Office of Ishiyama-dera Temple Construction from Office of Todai-ji Temple Construction, although his request was once turned down by Mandokoro of Office of Todai-ji Temple Construction, as a result Shimonomichinushi worked for Office of Ishiyama-dera Temple Construction at his request.
  932. When he came down to Izumo, he suddenly changed to the hero character of Kishuryuri-tan (a type of folktale in which a character such as a young deity or nobility overcomes trials in order to be a god or be blessed).
  933. When he came home alive in 1945, his father had already died in the previous year and Sado was on a decline.
  934. When he came of age, he assisted his elder brother's religious administration, and he successively filled various posts such as the head regent of Hongan-ji Temple, the head of the Hongan-ji school's Gojikai (an association to defend Buddhism) Foundation, the chief abbot office clerk (the deputy chief abbot), etc.
  935. When he came to Kagekatsu UESUGI, however, Keijiro made no attempt to sit on Kagekatsu's lap.
  936. When he came to know that Takatoki HOJO and others committed suicide on May 22, he gave up the resistance and surrendered to Takauji ASHIKAGA on June 5 after taking the tonsure, and then he was imprisoned in Kyoto.
  937. When he came to know the whereabouts of the woman on New Years Day after seeing a letter delivered to Naka no kimi, Nioumiya made his vassal who was well informed about the internal situations of Kaoru's residence probe and finally came to know that the woman lives in Uji as Kaoru's mistress.
  938. When he celebrated his attainment of manhood, the Emperor demoted him from nobility to subject and made him marry Aoi no ue (Lady Aoi), a daughter of the House of the Minister of the Left.
  939. When he celebrated his coming of age in 1590, he was awarded the rank of Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and was appointed to the post of Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of the Inner Palace Guards).
  940. When he celebrated his coming of age, eboshioya (a person who put on an eboshi in the event of a genpuku ceremony) was Nagamori MASUDA, who was a key vassal of the Toyotomi clan and he was given the character '盛 (mori)' and used the name of Morichika.
  941. When he celebrated his coming-of-age ceremony in 1714, he was also conferred Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade), jiju (a chamberlain).
  942. When he could no longer tolerate the oppressive measures being forced upon him by Takanobu RYUZOJI, Harunobu ARIMA asked Yoshihiro and Ieshisa, who were garrisoned in Yatsushiro, to send reinforcements.
  943. When he cut the tail, the edge of the blade got chipped.
  944. When he departed for Hino, ICHIMURA realized that someone was standing by a window.
  945. When he died in Dainei-ji Temple, one of the best artist monk of the day, Sotan described Norizane as '人皆その風を望み、敬せざる無し、忽ち逝去を聞き、感すべき慕うべきなり' ("Inryoken Nichiroku" [Inryoken's Diary]), and this indicates that he was respected.
  946. When he died in July, 785, he was Gyobukyo (Ministry of Justice), Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), and Inaba no kami (Governor of Inaba Province).
  947. When he died, he held the Jushiinojo rank, was Ukone no Gon no chujo, and concurrently was Deputy Governor of Mino Province.
  948. When he died, he left "Catalogue for Distribution of Relics of Sangoro ODA" for Takashige ODA, Sadaoki ODA, Genshitsu SEN, etc., which is valued as a rare material that shows famous possessions of a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) who was also a master of tea ceremony.
  949. When he died, he was 65 years old.
  950. When he died, he was 77 years old.
  951. When he died, he was 79 years old.
  952. When he died, he was buried in 'Enoyama no misasagi' (literally, 'Imperial Tomb in Mt. Eno').
  953. When he died, he was young, twenty-two years old.
  954. When he died, his official court rank was Sangi Jusanmi Jibu-kyo (Councilor; Junior Third Rank; the chief of the Ministry of Imperial Household and Diplomat), and Sahyoe no Kami Yamato no Kami (the head of Left Guard of the Emperor; the governor of Yamato Province).
  955. When he died, the Emperor mourned over the death and he posthumously received Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  956. When he divorced his wife who was the adopted daughter of Yoshioki OUCHI, and remarried the daughter of Hisayuki AMAGO, a younger brother of Tsunehisa AMAGO, Motoshige defected from the Ouchi clan with the support of the Amago clan of Izumo Province as a backdrop.
  957. When he enlisted in 1865, he signed his name as Soldier No. 9 on the enlistment register.
  958. When he entered into priesthood later and became a chabozu (tea-server), he was named Ryuan, and he also went by the kemyo (common name), Shingo.
  959. When he entered the priesthood (at the age of 13 years old), his then-mentor was Kaiun, a priest of Jodo Shinshu.
  960. When he escaped from Kyoto he was attacked by a robber and was called 'a poor Kubo (a court noble)' as well.
  961. When he escaped, Yoshiakira left the Northern Court Emperor Kogon, Emperor Komyo, Emperor Suko, and Imperial Prince Naohito in Kyoto, and they were taken into custody by the Southern Court and sent to Ano.
  962. When he established Sennyu-ji in Kyoto, he created Sennyu-ji Kanenso (memorandum of intent to ask for donations to revive the temple).
  963. When he exiled Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA from Kyoto in 1573, Muromachi Bakufu virtually collapsed, and the Oda government was established in name and reality.
  964. When he finished eating persimmons, he packed their seeds and put them in his inseide pocket.
  965. When he first dove into the middle stream to purify his body, saying, 'The upper stream flows too swift and down stream too weak,' two gods came into being.
  966. When he first met Tamakazura, he harbored a crush on her and sent letters without knowing that she was his paternal half-sister, but he strongly wished to take an Imperial princess for his wife and eagerly wanted Onna san no miya to marry him.
  967. When he followed Nobunaga ODA as his vassal, he received Nagaoka in Yamashiro, and for a time he called himself Nagaoka.
  968. When he followed its steps to the village, the officer in the village ate the cow saying 'judging from the contents of this luggage, the owner of this cow intends to eat this cow.'
  969. When he found out what had happened, Michitaka deeply resented Arikuni and in August of that year he awarded Arikuni the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), forcing him to resign from the key position of Kurodo no to (Head chamberlain) after only three months.
  970. When he gazed at people with his big, dark glaring eyes, even a brave and strong man like Kirino held his tongue and did not say anything.
  971. When he got ill, he would bury himself under five or six quilts wearing many layers of clothes, sometimes making himself sicker by doing so.
  972. When he got to Hakodate, he joined the Shinsengumi which was under the command of Toshizo HIJIKATA with Takagi and other members.
  973. When he got to Kujo-dori Street and saw Rajo-mon Gate ahead of him, strong wind stunned the horse.
  974. When he had a coming of age ceremony in 1449 he officially assumed his position as the 8th Shogun.
  975. When he had his bobbed hair trimmed without notice to enter Gakushuin Primary School, he was shocked so deeply that he fell into a melancholy mood for several days.
  976. When he had his genpuku (coming of age) in 1222 he was appointed to Shogoinojo (Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) and jiju (chamberlain), and he was permitted access to the Imperial Court and to wear the forbidden colors.
  977. When he had learned to drive before going to France to study, driving had been regarded as something that was only to be done by an uncouth man or a man of humble position at that time in Japan, therefore, it was considered outrageous that an Imperial family member would be seen behind the wheel.
  978. When he had to go out for errands and ran into one of his acquaintances as he had feared, he did not say a word and tried to run away.
  979. When he had to send a letter urgently, it is said that he told his yuhitsu (private secretary) that 'it is an urgent matter.
  980. When he heard about the Mongol invasion attempts against Japan in 1281, he joined the Rokuhara army with his family and subordinates to defend Kyoto, and then jointed the Dazaifu defense forces by following Kintsuna UTSUNOMIYA.
  981. When he heard about the incident, Kaoru was confident that the cause of Ukifune's incident was her relationship with Nioumiya and regretted, in sorrow, having left Ukifune unattended in Uji.
  982. When he heard from Ogimi, who returned to Kyoto in vain, his report saying 'I couldn't meet Ukifune and she didn't give her response,' Kaoru suspected that someone else hid Ukifune in Uji (as he hid Ukifune in Uji).
  983. When he heard her read this poem, he was so moved that he no longer went to Kawachi.
  984. When he heard that young lady Akashi bore a prince of Emperor Kinjo, he believed his dream had come true and hid himself in a mountain recess, making his house a temple and leaving his disciple behind.
  985. When he held a party to celebrate his thirtieth wedding anniversary, he forgot to call the name of the author Akiyuki NOSAKA and planned to make a congratulatory speech on a platform but was beaten by Nosaka who was already drunk.
  986. When he hunted down and killed MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka in February 1184, he followed the armed camp of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune and battled for spearhead against Kagesue KAJIWARA on the Battle of Ujigawa by riding the fine horse named 'Ikezuki' that was given by Yoritomo.
  987. When he ignored a giant snake he encountered on the mountain road, which was in fact the god in disguise, the god sent hailstones to annoy Mikoto.
  988. When he in Boy Scout uniform appeared at the meeting, boys who adored him began to sing, "our favorite chairman with white mustache and a pair of pince-nez, wearing uniform and walking with a cane, is always cheerful and smiling."
  989. When he inherited the family estate, he served in a variety of high-ranking government posts, including Osaka jodai (the keeper of Osaka-jo Castle) and Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy).
  990. When he invited Inazo NITOBE from the United States, Nitobe once declined the offer because of his sickly condition, but he presented special conditions, such as bringing a bed into the office, and finally succeeded to persuade Nitobe to accept the offer.
  991. When he is asked, he confesses that he has become a ghost.
  992. When he is mentioned, he is often compared with his younger brother-in-law, Shoan SEN, because they were the same age.
  993. When he killed off the main character in the final episode of the TV series "Otoko Wa Tsurai Yo," he received a large amount of complaints from the fans.
  994. When he knew that the Iwakura Mission arrived in the United States of America in 1871, he went over to the United States and saw Takayoshi KIDO and let Takayoshi KIDO agree to the opinion that it was too early to revise the treaty.
  995. When he later returned, he found the Ikedaya surrounded by the Shinsengumi and, after a hard fight, he was killed.
  996. When he learned of her relationship with Yugiri, however, he got very angry and moved her to his residence to separate them.
  997. When he learned of his death, he went as far as to say, 'Takakage ASAKURA of Echizen died.
  998. When he learned of this, Yoritomo fell into a rage, and forbade those who had received appointments from returning to their homes in the eastern provinces.
  999. When he left Chotoku-ji Temple, he was renamed 'Sohen Iesada YAMADA' after his mother's family name 'Yamada.'
  1000. When he left Shushigaku, Wang Yangming raised the following doubts about the interpretation of Kakubutsu Chichi' ("extending knowledge through investigating everything"), the fundamental principle of Shushigaku.

409001 ~ 410000

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