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  1. At that time, Genpaku SUGITA was unaware that "Ontleedkundige Tafelen" was a Dutch translation from the original German language text and had thought that the book was originally written in Dutch.
  2. At that time, Goin Palace controlled estates of the Emperor on the throne and Chiten no kimi (the Retired Emperor in power) held the command of Goin Palace.
  3. At that time, Gozaemon FUJINAMI, the founder of Fujiya Sogetsudo, prepared sojo's favorite manju and provided it for the tea ceremony.
  4. At that time, Haginoya was a waka school attended by the wives and daughters of the former regime's privileged classes - such as court nobles, former roju (senior councilor of the Tokugawa shogunate), and former domain lords - and of the Meiji government statesmen and military personnel.
  5. At that time, Harumoto also accepted that Tadateru had become the shogun.
  6. At that time, Hideo KANZE, who was the second son of Tetsunojo KANZE, was shocked by the difference in the body theory of the Kanze school compared to that of other schools.
  7. At that time, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, a vassal of Nobunaga's, who was in Bicchu (the western part of Okayama Prefecture) as a commander in chief of the forces coming from around the Chugoku region, immediately made a peace treaty with Terumoto MORI, lead his army back east and killed Mitsuhide AKECHI (the Battle of Yamazaki).
  8. At that time, Hiromaro's kabane was Kimi and his rank was Shokinjo (the tenth grade of twenty-six of cap rank, which corresponds to Shogoi, Senior Fifth Rank and Jugoi, Junior Fifth Rank of Taiho Ritsuryo, Taiho Code).
  9. At that time, Hisahide's heir, Hisamichi MATSUNAGA also killed himself, which resulted in the complete downfall of the Matsunaga clan.
  10. At that time, Hisahide, who was in Tamon Castle, strove fiercely.
  11. At that time, Honen taught that since the faith was given by Amida-butsu, Shinran's faith and his faith were the same.
  12. At that time, Ieyasu had no legal wife.
  13. At that time, Ieyasu imposed less severe punishment on the vassals who tried to stand against Hideie, so Hideie's vassals came to Ieyasu's side.
  14. At that time, Ieyasu was a frequent taker of medication, and he pointed out their importance not only for himself but also for higher-ranking samurai, and court nobles, etc.
  15. At that time, Ieyasu's entourage was small, only with his guards and some others.
  16. At that time, Ifu (old slang for Ainu, the indigenous people in Japan) was revolting in Dewa no kuni and the imperial army was greatly defeated.
  17. At that time, Ikeda Station was located near Kurehabashi-Nishizume.
  18. At that time, Imperial Prince Osabe who was later demoted to a commoner was the second heir to the throne.
  19. At that time, Imperial Princess Minushi was ill in bed.
  20. At that time, Ishi was 17 years old.
  21. At that time, Iwai is said to have demanded an explanation from Omi no Kenu, as follows.
  22. At that time, Japan barely avoided being colonized by Western countries, but still did not have enough military power to fight against them and feared that Russia would demand reparations or cession of territory.
  23. At that time, Japan had already tried to reform the unequal treaty as a sovereign nation of modern laws, but this incident accelerated the movement.
  24. At that time, Japanese Government Railways (JGR), which was in charge of the management of Japan National Railway (JNR) and the jurisdictional control of private railways, was also anxious about the possibility of severe competition between railway companies, like the one that Hanshin and Hankyu were having.
  25. At that time, Jihe's aunt and Magoemon who heard the rumor of Koharu's miuke (redeem, buy the freedom of a geisha from her employer) came to KAMIYA to question Jihe.
  26. At that time, Jonin (Tsunenobu) TOKI, who had entered Buddhist priesthood and called himself 'Nichijo,' was actively engaged in the propagation of Buddhism at Hokke-ji Temple, and Nichiko became the pupil of Nichijo, with whom he had a common acquaintance to his father Jomyo OTA, and started to assist Nichijo at Hokke-ji Temple.
  27. At that time, Judo and Kiyoko kept crying while repeatedly saying "Arigato (Thanks)" for OYAMA's thoughtful consideration.
  28. At that time, KAGAWA was prepared to die and sent a bunch of his hair to his hometown, where 'Koinuma Iori Maihatsu-to' (monument tower for the burial of Iori KOINUMA's hair) remains today in Kamiisehata (Hitachiomiya City).
  29. At that time, Kaneie became Sessho thanks to the enthronement of the Emperor Ichijo and Asateru was also promoted from Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) to Dainagon in 989.
  30. At that time, Kanenaga's father Yorinaga was in the position to succeed the family fortune of the Fujiwara Regent Family from his elder brother Tadamichi FUJIWARA in the future.
  31. At that time, Kanetsugu NAOE wrote a sensational reply (the Naoe Letter), which incited Ieyasu to subjugate Aizu.
  32. At that time, Kanze-za was the Nohgaku group that was enjoying great success, having produced Kanami, Zeami and Onami.
  33. At that time, Kazuemon FUWA, once expelled from AKO domain, expressed his interest in joining the uprising.
  34. At that time, King Naka no Oe no Oji (later Emperor Tenchi), who seized the real power in Yamato (ancient Japan), decided to support revival of the Paekche by enumerating all the effort in Yamato, and moved the capital to Chikushi Asakura Palace.
  35. At that time, Kings of Wa called themselves Wakakuo (the King of the nation of Wa) or Wao (the King of Wa) to the Chinese dynasty.
  36. At that time, Kinmochi SAIONJI himself was in Nagasaki Prefecture to prepare for studying in France, so he had no choice but to accept the closing of the academy without doing anything.
  37. At that time, Kiyomasa mobilized workers irrespective of gender to secure an enormous labor force.
  38. At that time, Kofuku-ji Temple was being rebuilt after it was destroyed by a fire caused by war with TAIRA no Shigehira (in 1180).
  39. At that time, Kojuro NAKAGAWA, who had worked in the specialized Academic Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Education, became the secretary to SAIONJI, who was the Minister of Education. Subsequently, NAKAGAWA was appointed as the first secretary general of Kyoto Imperial University in charge of school administration.
  40. At that time, Kojuro NAKAGAWA, who was the son of a Yumiya-tai member and later established Ritsumeikan University, met Saionji.
  41. At that time, Konnyaku was frequently used as a waterproof material, showing high water and air resistance when applied to paper and cloth after boiled and melted.
  42. At that time, Konoe-totoku (the regulator of Konoefu) Aritomo YAMAGATA resigned due to high expenses relating to military affairs, and his brother Judo SAIGO was discharged from Fuku Konoe-totoku (vice regulator of Konoefu) to take control of Saccho.
  43. At that time, Korenaka married FUJIWARA no Shigeko (Kaneie's younger half sister and the ex-wife of Kaneie's second son FUJIWARA no Michikane) who served as a wet nurse of Emperor Ichijo,
  44. At that time, Koshu SAKAKIBARA, Doun IKENAGA and Kotaku HOSOI were famous in Edo in the field of tenkoku, but all of them were in the wake of Shinetsu TOKO, a naturalized priest.
  45. At that time, Kozuke no suke (Assistant Governor of Kozuke Province) Shigesane DATE often went on patrol.
  46. At that time, Manor Regulation Acts were often enforced as 'a new government' when a new emperor ascended the throne, and the kokuga, who did not admit the shoen, often tried to incorporate the shoen into koryo (an Imperial demesne).
  47. At that time, Manor Regulation Acts were often ordered by a 'new government' upon the change of the emperors, and also in many cases, kokuga did not authorize the ownership of shoen and incorporated them into Kokugaryo (territories governed by provincial government office).
  48. At that time, Masakazu allocated about 2,000 koku to his younger brother Masayuki KOBORI.
  49. At that time, Masakuni, who has been working in Edo as the leader of government where the Shogun was absent, faced a situation where his domain rebelled against the bakufu without his decision and finally he left to Yodo.
  50. At that time, Masamoto HOSOKAWA had little interest in attending to government affairs, being deep into Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism called 'Shugendo'; therefore, the Hosokawa-Keicho family administered the shogunate government by senior vassals, taking counsel together called 'uchishu.'
  51. At that time, Masamune DATE of Mutsu Province had already come to Odawara and surrendered, and there is a record that it was Toshiie and others who interrogated him (Date chika kiroku [historical record of the Sendai clan]).
  52. At that time, Masanori returned 25 thousand koku (crop yield) in Uonuma County in Echigo Province, because of his grief.
  53. At that time, Masanori was staying in a camp in Sakai City.
  54. At that time, Mian and Okizane HATA (the founder of the Hata school) were initiated into Ogasawara school's Kyuba-kojitsu (ancient practices of customs about archery and equestrianism).
  55. At that time, Mikito YAMANE, who was then 31 years old and a film director at 'Toa Kinema Koyo Studio,' became the deputy head.
  56. At that time, Mitsunari said to the villagers, "The reason I escaped was for fighting with Ieyasu again and for ruling the country.
  57. At that time, Moha 60 and Kuha 55 cars of the Osaka Loop Line and Moha 51 and Kuha 68 of the Main Line were being exchanged in order to enhance transport capacity.
  58. At that time, Motohiro told Tsunayoshi and Ienobu that Emperor Higashiyama sought to assign Imperial Prince Yasuhito (later became Emperor Nakamikado) as his heir.
  59. At that time, Motohisa had a 12-year-old child, Oniwaka, with the daughter of Kojiro Motoyori and Sosetsu raised this bereaved child during his late years.
  60. At that time, Mototsune OSAWA himself was bestowed Jushiinojo.
  61. At that time, Munesuke was already eighty years old, and, therefore, it was said that the Emperor Goshirakawa believed that such an old person could not take part in revolt.
  62. At that time, Murata openly stated his views of setting up Saigo as prime minister.
  63. At that time, Nagayoshi was pardoned as a result of his young age and an intervention by Nagamasa KIZAWA serving Kawachi no kuni Shugodai, he followed Harumoto HOSOKAWA.
  64. At that time, Nanto rokushu (the six sects of Buddhism which flourished in ancient Nara), such as the Hosso Sect and the Kegon Sect, had already been introduced into Japan, but in China, they were the sects that were founded later than Tendai Sect.
  65. At that time, Naomasa had all equipment used in battle, such as helmets and armor, colored uniformly red.
  66. At that time, Nariaki attempted to beg for forgiveness of the probation via the maid Mihono who worked in O-oku.
  67. At that time, Nichiren Sect's Buddhist monks were split into two groups, namely the Jufuse School that insisted on attending in order to protect the sect, and the Fujufuse School that insisted on refusing attendance in accordance with the religious regulations of Fuju-fuse-gi(nothing could be received or given).
  68. At that time, Nobunaga was in a position against the Takeda clan, and therefore Nobutora did not feel comfortable staying around the Kyoto area.
  69. At that time, Nobutatsu ICHIJO, Yoritoyo SUWA, Nobukado TAKEDA, etc. were executed.
  70. At that time, Noriaki UESUGI supported young Motouji as one of stewards (later a post of Kanto Kanrei [a shogunal deputy for the Kanto region]).
  71. At that time, Norimasa KAERIYAMA, Yasujiro SHIMAZU and Heinosuke GOSHO who were his seniors at junior high school, often visited Kinki-kan, too.
  72. At that time, Noritomo UESUGI and Yoshikane SHIBUKAWA were ordered to support Masatomo and were appointed to the post of Kanto-shitsuji.
  73. At that time, Noshiro of Dewa province was in the Emishi/Ezo power.
  74. At that time, OKISOME no Oku was Kagitsukasa (or Tenyaku) who managed keys.
  75. At that time, Oaza Ikegami was divided into Yodo Ikegami-cho and Yodo Hon-machi, and Oaza Shin-machi into Yodoshin-machi, Yodokizu-cho and Yodokawazura-cho, and the remaining seven Oaza were reorganized into seven towns prefixing the name 'Yodo,' thus inheriting the names of the former Oaza.
  76. At that time, Oiwa returned temporarily, but he went to Korea again.
  77. At that time, Oku's rank was Shootsujo.
  78. At that time, Osaka-born Sadanji had not hit it off with the Edo-born audience and had been in a slump for a long time.
  79. At that time, Prince Naka no Oe ruled without official accession to the Chrysanthemum Throne
  80. At that time, Prince Oama was in Nogami near Fuwa, and he was gathering the main force of the army in Fuwa County.
  81. At that time, Prince Okiyo, who had become Musashi gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Musashi Province), was on bad terms with the Zuryo (Provincial Governor), KUDARA no Sadatsura; and so he left the place of his assignment and became a follower of Masakado.
  82. At that time, Renjun was asked by Nagamasa KIZAWA, who was trying to leave his master Yoshitake (Yoshinobu) HATAKEYAMA, the governor of Kawachi Province, to belong to Harumoto, to intervene for his betrayal, but it soon came to Yoshinobu's attention.
  83. At that time, Rickshaw drivers were basically people from lower class families, and it was a rare case that they were given the Order of Merit and the medal.
  84. At that time, Rin came up with the idea of serving the manju as a tea cake eaten with tea for Zen Buddhism.
  85. At that time, Roei (recitation), which was to recite excellent poems and waka selecting ones most appropriate to various occasions public or private including tanka parties, was highly prized as it warm up the parties.
  86. At that time, Sadanao, who was ill in bed, was unable to go to Edo-jo Castle and received this order through his vassal.
  87. At that time, Saicho had been appointed to one of the naikubu-juzenshi (the ten selected excellent priests for conducting Buddhist services in the Imperial Court) who were gojiso (a priest who prayed to guard the emperor), but Kukai was only an obscure priest.
  88. At that time, Saigo gave instructions to Kuroda and gave a lenient entrustment to the domain of Shonai.
  89. At that time, Saigo was injured hit by a bullet.
  90. At that time, Saigo was teaching education to people in Oki-no-erabu.
  91. At that time, Saionji sent a big sign with the letters 'Ritsumeikan' that he had written himself when the private academy was established in 1869, as well as giving the following framed motto he wrote himself.
  92. At that time, Sanesuke, who was about to be appointed the next Udaijin, was faced with the need to curry favor with his colleagues, but he made his statements to reach an impartial decision without siding with or flattering other people.
  93. At that time, Sanetsura YOSHIDA was becoming infirm so, Minehira was supervised by Sanetsura YOSHIDA's teacher 柴任美矩 at Akashi in Harima province all of which and more is covered in detail in the book "Tanji Hokin Hikki" (the biography of Musashi MIYAMOTO by Minehira TACHIBANA).
  94. At that time, Sangoro finds a drawing.
  95. At that time, Sansetsu said 'when there is a hint of loss of the game, I have to continue playing this game even though I have to die afterward,' but Inshuku replied 'it is difficult to judge who is winning,' and so the game was left unfinished.
  96. At that time, Sesson Yubai, a Zen priest of Kennin-ji Temple entered Yuan, which may have related to this Tosen.
  97. At that time, Shigetada's son, Shigeyasu HATAKEYAMA, was opposed to Tomomasa HIRAGA, the husband of Tokimasa and Maki no kata's daughter.
  98. At that time, Shirakawa owned little property as a Retired Emperor and had almost no forces in his name.
  99. At that time, Shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA had started going west with the governor conquering the lord of the Kishu Domain and sixteen other domains with sixty thousand soldiers, in disregard of the Imperial command, and after soldiers were stationed in Osaka, and intercalary May 22, arrived Kyoto.
  100. At that time, Shogun of the Omi Imperial Court, HATA no Kimi Yakuni, and his child, HATA no Ushi, switched to the side of Prince Oama with their own troops.
  101. At that time, Shuhei MITSUKURI's Sansha Gakusha and Yukichi FUKUZAWA's Keio Gijuku were referred to as the twin jewels of the Western studies schools and Heihachiro TOGO, Takashi HARA, Kiichiro HIRANUMA, Fumihiko OTSUKI, etc. studied in Sansha Gakusha.
  102. At that time, Sorin who held up in Usuki-jo Castle (Nyushima-jo Castle) used a cannon and Kunikuzushi (literally, destroying a nation) (フランキ砲, named after its power) to defend Usuki-jo Castle and show pride as a daimyo in the Sengoku period.
  103. At that time, St. Nicholas Church and the related facilities were also targetted and about to be burned out because of the deep relationship between Japan Orthodox Church and Russia, but it was saved by the defence of the Imperial Guards.
  104. At that time, Sukemori was also dependent on Goshirakawa.
  105. At that time, Tachikawa Fudoson Kyokai Shincho-ji Temple, having Shinjo ITO as the shukan (representative), left the religious sect and the Honmatsu group and became independent from the Shingon sect.
  106. At that time, Tadataka was undergoing an expedition to Aizu as well as an attack on Gifu-jo Castle together with Tadataka.
  107. At that time, Taiko (honorary title given to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI) had moved to Bicchu Province to attack Terumoto MORI.
  108. At that time, Takahashi no sho was divided between Mochinobu and Yoshinao KIRA.
  109. At that time, Taketsuru built Yoichi Distillery in Yoichi Town, Hokkaido.
  110. At that time, Tamakazura realized that the sound of wagon (Japanese harp) which Kaoru was playing was similar to that by her deceased father, Tono Chujo (the first secretary's captain), and her deceased older brother, Kashiwagi (The Oak Tree).
  111. At that time, Tarimaro was ordered to guard Kurafu-no-michi Road.
  112. At that time, Tauchi's official rank was Jiki Koshi (the twenty-eighth of the forty-eight official ranks).
  113. At that time, Tokimasa suggested the enthronement and dethronement of Sanetomo but Masako and Yoshitoki did not agree and the plan failed; Tokimasa lost his position (Makishi Incident).
  114. At that time, Tokimasa's son, Yoshitoki HOJO, maintaining friendly relationship with Shigetada, felt antipathy toward his father who urged the rejection of the Hatakeyama clan too agressively (from "Azuma Kagami" [The Mirror of the East]).
  115. At that time, Tokimune HOJO, Tokiyori's eldest son (born in 1251), was only six years old, and therefore it was impossible for Tokimune to take over the regency.
  116. At that time, Tokuta, worrying that Silla might ally with the Tang dynasty, proposed to attack Silla before it would happen, but the proposal was refused.
  117. At that time, Tomomasa was 25 years old with young power, riding on horseback all around with his scarlet armor, and destroying many enemies.
  118. At that time, Toshiaki KIRINO was assigned to a chief and supreme commander of the fourth battalion, and Murata became a chief commander of the second battalion.
  119. At that time, Toson regarded this novel as a 'story of the past'.
  120. At that time, Toyokuni YAMANA was subordinated to the Mori clan, and Toyokuni's wife and a daughter Akane, and other vassals including senior vassals, Michihiro MORISHITA and Harutsugu NAKAMURA, more than 20 others were detained as hostages of the Mori clan in Shikano-jo Castle.
  121. At that time, Ujinobu Takeda, the second son of Nobutake, set up a new branch family as shugo of Aki Province and became the founder of the Aki-Takeda clan.
  122. At that time, Wakoku was not familiar with diplomatic etiquette, and the envoy went to Sui without the sovereign's message.
  123. At that time, Yamabe no Okimi, SOGA no Hatayasu and KOSE no Hito set off for Fuwa with tens of thousands of troops to attack Prince Oama.
  124. At that time, Yasuteru was in the position of seishi (senior envoy) of Uketori-yaku of the Ako-jo Castle which was the castle of the Asano clan.
  125. At that time, Yoritomo said to Moritsuna, "Although I don't tell it to anyone yet, I tell my plan to you because I absolutely trust you."
  126. At that time, Yoritsune was an infant of little more than 12 months, and therefore real political power was in the hands of Yoshitoki and the shogun's leading immediate vassals, such as Yoshimura MIURA.
  127. At that time, Yoshimasa TANAKA, Yoshiharu HORIO, Kazuuji NAKAMURA and Naosue HITOTSUYANAGI were chief vassals of Hidetsugu.
  128. At that time, Yoshimitsu wanted to make the shogunate an autocratic power, and thus he aimed to weaken major shugo clans, whom he had trouble to control.
  129. At that time, Yoshinobu's son, Denzo Toyomune KIMURA was also killed by sword.
  130. At that time, Yoshitaka also barricaded himself in his residence with kacchu (armor) on by himself because of the fear of rebellion by Takafusa, and moreover sent questioners to Takafusa, that made the relationship of Yoshitaka and Takafusa worst.
  131. At that time, Yoshitsune was detained at Manpuku-ji Temple at Yamauchi no sho manor, Koshigoe (present day Kamakura City) in the suburbs of Kamakura.
  132. At that time, Yoshitsune, who was there at the ceremony, fell in love with her at first sight and asked her to become his concubine.
  133. At that time, Yoshizane made his son Yoshinobu attend the shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, instead of allowing him to come with him.
  134. At that time, Zensaburo NISHI, a Dutch translator, admonished Genpaku against learning Dutch due to its difficulty, and Genpaku took the advice and gave up mastering the language.
  135. At that time, a border between the "public area" for conducting politics and the "private area" where the lord of the castle and his family lived didn't exist.
  136. At that time, a compromise indicated a consensus transfer of a right, such as territory or position, and there was doctrine that did not allow Kuikaeshi (a right of claim for return in the Middle Ages' Law) with respect to a consensus transfer of a right ("Hosso shiyosho" [The Essentials for the Judiciary]).
  137. At that time, a famous collector of these 'itoin' was Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  138. At that time, a female member of Imperial Family must abandon their membership in the imperial family if she marries a non-imperial family member, therefore her child never succeeds the throne.
  139. At that time, a government loan system called suiko existed, where provincial governors or provincial magistrates partly forced peasants to borrow rice from the rice tax and charged them interest on it.
  140. At that time, a member of Tenguto 不動院全海, a Buddhist monk in Hitachikuji, who was called 'Imabenkei' for his strength, was killed in the battle.
  141. At that time, a nude portrait painted by Seiki KURODA, 'Chosho' (Le Lever) became a subject of discussion, but Kuki permitted the exhibition of the portrait.
  142. At that time, a parapet of the bridge was broken, and they fell down on the river beach, so their fight was not stopped; it is said that pebbles on the beach were dug from 60 feet to 120 feet into the ground.
  143. At that time, a prayer should twist nenju once so that its shape becomes the shape of an X.
  144. At that time, a silver coin with a hallmark was introduced, and this was made by beating silver that had been refined by cupellation into a leaf shape.
  145. At that time, a small imperial palace-like mansion called 'yakata' is believed to have been prepared for display.
  146. At that time, a small round barrow about 700 meters northeast from Mount Unebi, called Fukutsuka (Tsukayama), was designated as Emperor Jimmu's mausoleum (today, this is authorized as the mausoleum of the second emperor Suizei).
  147. At that time, a son of King Uija, Prince Hosho FUYO (Pungjang BUYEO) had been in Yamato (Japan) as a hostage for the alliance between Kudara (Baekje) and Yamato; Fukushin KISHITSU and other surviving retainers asked Yamato to send Hosho back as a symbol of the re-establishment of Baekje and to provide military supports.
  148. At that time, a toll was being charged to pay off its construction cost.
  149. At that time, a tourist took a rickshaw (a taxi-like vehicle pulled by a man) from Kyoto, crossed the Oi no saka toge path, passed Shinocho-oji and the Hozu-gawa River at the Kameoka basin, and embarked on a boat at Yamamoto-hama (the neighborhood of the present Kameoka Torokko Station), which was the entrance to the Hozukyo Gorge.
  150. At that time, a vassal of Mitsunari ISHIDA, Kanbe SUGIE was killed by a vassal of his, Kanbe Shigekatsu TSUJI.
  151. At that time, a verse became popular: '徴兵 ('chohei' meaning conscription) and 懲役 ('choeki' meaning imprisonment)are only one-word different - saber at a waist or chain at a waist.'
  152. At that time, a voice comes from the shitodaru that Ryoshin put nearby, and its hoops are broken, then Sangoro comes out with the kitchen knife stabbed in his stomach.
  153. At that time, a wooden burial marker was used instead of a gravestone, because it was a temporary burial.
  154. At that time, a zuryo (provincial governor), who was a Kokushi hittokan (the head of the provincial governors), had too much power in Japan's local administration, causing frequent appeals and armed conflicts against zuryo by farmers, which was called "Kokushi kasei joso."
  155. At that time, actors generally went to Osaka to practice for great success, but he thought it was impossible to take along his adopted mother to train in Osaka, and gave up acting.
  156. At that time, actors of female roles were considered as lower among actors and were criticized, as a matter of course, but Sojuro didn't mind and answered 'if it is a good performance, I will imitate female roles.'
  157. At that time, administrative authority was delegated to the heads of kokushi who were dispatched to provinces, and they were called Zuryo.
  158. At that time, after having lost its inland base, the Taira family side was suffering from the shortage of arrows and other supplies.
  159. At that time, all of the Senchado schools were said to have participated in the activities.
  160. At that time, all of them had Yu (people and the land) for Tomoku (bathing and preparation for the sacred ceremony).
  161. At that time, although aristocrats Terusuke HINO and Nagasuke TAKAKURA, along with associates of Yoshiaki Sadaoki ISE and Fujihide MITSUBUCHI, were positioned to defend Nijo Castle, they surrendered without a fight when surrounded by Nobunaga's army.
  162. At that time, among samurais of Tosa clan wearing long swards was prevalent.
  163. At that time, among the textile manufacturers located in the Owari region it was considered common sense to affix iron bars over the windows of the workers' dormitories and lock the doors (at night) so as to prevent the female workers from running away (to break their contracts).
  164. At that time, amongst the list of generals' names it is said that Yoshitaka's name appeared as a military commander.
  165. At that time, an entrance called a zakuro guchi (entrance to a public bath) was established in front of the bathtub.
  166. At that time, an internal conflict occurred, and after the assassination of TONOUCHI and the withdrawal of NEGISHI and his comrades from the group on the 26th, Miburoshi-gumi was controlled by SERIZAWA party and KONDO party.
  167. At that time, approximately 40% of residents were from Osaka Prefecture, Tokushima Prefecture, Okayama Prefecture, Hiroshima Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture, and the population rose to about 400,000 which was three times its number in a little more than 20 years.
  168. At that time, arithmetic was not widespread and few people had such knowledge; therefore, although the official court rank of the Sansho was low, once they passed the examination and became government officials, various government officials held great expectations for their mathematical processing abilities.
  169. At that time, arson attacks occurred frequently in various places around Kyoto and ONO no Yoshifuru reported that Sumitomo was on a boat heading towards Kyoto.
  170. At that time, as a result of close examination of western books, he also mentioned that Japanese believers should not have touched heterodoxy.
  171. At that time, as the Kyogoku clan, who continued to serve in the position of the Provincial Constable of Omi Province, had weakened due to disputes over succession, he belonged to the Asai clan in Omi, which was in the line of their vassal.
  172. At that time, as the nori's mode of life was unknown and the nori farmers relied on the rules of thumb, nori was called 'un gusa (fortune weed)' due to its unstable yield quantity.
  173. At that time, attacks on Europeans and Americans as represented by the Kobe Incident, the Sakai Incident and the Kyoto Incident were frequently carried out by supporters of Joi-ron, but Japanese, who killed or injured foreigners were subjected to capital punishment.
  174. At that time, because it was difficult for foreigners to enter Japan, he journeyed to Naha City in Ryukyu, and studied Japanese language and culture.
  175. At that time, because the Kanto kanrei Noriharu UESUGI committed suicide to stop Ujimitsu, a conflict was avoided but conflict between the Shogun who wanted to gain control of the Kanto region and the Kamakura kubo who resisted to the Shogun was fateful.
  176. At that time, besides 'tonjiki' (egg-shaped glutinous rice ball), cooked dried-rice called 'dried boiled rice ('干し飯' (ほしいい or '糒' - ほしいい) was used as a potable food.
  177. At that time, books and ukiyo-e were censored by the Edo shogunate, but almost all namazu-e were illegally published without applying for permission and many of them do not have signatures of the creator or painter to avoid regulation.
  178. At that time, both of rapid trains and local trains ran on the inner line even on the quadruple-track section
  179. At that time, both these instruments were simply performed in unison-like style, but in or around the Bunka era, Ichiura Kengyo, a resident of Osaka, started to add the melody part of the koto, which was different from that of the shamisen, and this enhanced the effect of the ensemble.
  180. At that time, by the Treaty of Portsmouth, the southern half of the island of Karafuto was incorporated into Japanese territory.
  181. At that time, castles and josakukanga (a castle-like facility used as governmental office) were constructed and people called Kinohe, forced to immigrate from Kanto and Hokuriku regions, lived around such castles and josakukanga, and were engaged in farming.
  182. At that time, coal-fired thermal power was generated within the company premises, and short-distance, low-voltage power distribution, operated on direct current, was carried out.
  183. At that time, coin-casting technology was not well-developed, so private bills are assumed to have been issued when a large amount of low denomination coins were needed for purposes such as payment of workers on construction projects.
  184. At that time, copper was one of Japan's major exports with 1/4 of the national output coming from Ashio copper mine.
  185. At that time, customers devoted themselves to conversation and as the coffee become cold, the surgar and milk would not mix well.
  186. At that time, diagnosis of mental illness was still immature, and even prominent university professors could reach inconsistent results.
  187. At that time, dikes and mounds of Tanada were made of stone walls which could bear steepness of the slope, for the purpose of increasing yield to the maximum.
  188. At that time, domain maps (Shoho-kuniezu), pictorial maps of the castle (Shoho-shiroezu), a model of the castle and an account book of kaido (roads) were prepared along with gocho.
  189. At that time, even Shigenori SUGI who ordinary had a bad relationship with Takafusa and rather supportive to Yoshitaka, cooperated with Takafusa's rebellion because he was falsely charged by Taketo SAGARA's declaration.
  190. At that time, everybody in the whole area of Inadani knew that he really loved sake.
  191. At that time, everyone thought that Nobunaga, who was surrounded by such tough enemies, would be ruined sooner or later.
  192. At that time, express trains on the Keihan Line stopped at this station but not at Tanbabashi Station.
  193. At that time, feudal government was already aware from a 'Fusetsugaki' that an American envoy would arrive seeking commerce.
  194. At that time, five monme, one monme, three bu and two bu ginsatsu, and five monme, one monme, three bu, two bu and one bu zenisatsu (also known as zenimonmesatsu) were issued.
  195. At that time, following his Chinese friend's advice, Soku changed his family name from Ogami to Oga.
  196. At that time, ginsatsu with values of 50 monme, 10 monme, 3 bu and 2 bu were issued, and these were managed by a gin-kaisho (exchanger for ginsatsu) under the jurisdiction of a kanjo bugyo of the domain.
  197. At that time, handing over a Jihyo became more like a ritual and the procedure of Johyo was carried over as a part of Yushoku-kojitsu (knowledge of court rules, ceremonies, decorum and records of the past).
  198. At that time, having received orders from Kaneie, MINAMOTO no Mitsunaka of the Seiwa Genji (the MINAMOTO family were descended from the Emperor Seiwa) and his retainers protected the Emperor from the opposition at the bend of the Kamogawa River.
  199. At that time, he acknowledged a 15,530 koku fief as belonging to Sumiharu UKU (the twentieth head of the Goto Domain).
  200. At that time, he allocated 2000 goku crop yield to his younger brother Takakado KYOGOKU.
  201. At that time, he allotted three 'gun' (three districts) in Nishi Harima region (Shiso-gun, Sayo-gun and Ako-gun) to his younger brother Tadatsugu, and as a result, the fief of the Himeji Domain reduced to 420,000 koku.
  202. At that time, he built a castle (Wajo, or a Japanese-style castle) in Ungchon so that it would be used as a base at the front of the Japanese armed forces.
  203. At that time, he captured Ekei ANKOKUJI who had been hiding in Kyoto.
  204. At that time, he captured Emperor Kogon and Emperor Hanazono, and took possession of the three sacred treasures (the Imperial regalia).
  205. At that time, he composed a cuckoo poem using his pen name "Shiki"for the first time.
  206. At that time, he devoted himself to Jodo (Pure Land) sect, made Ichimanben Nenbutsu (ten thousand practices of the Buddhist invocation) the daily routine, and retired to Komyo-ji Temple (Ayabe City) in Yamashiro Province in 1062.
  207. At that time, he divided the domain of Musashi Province and Omi Province for his younger brothers: 1,000 koku for Takamasa KYOGOKU and 500 koku for Takanari KYOGOKU.
  208. At that time, he gave the teahouse owner a hand-written signboard saying "omanju dokoro (place to eat manju)", which is now possessed by Toraya Kurokawa in Akasaka, Tokyo.
  209. At that time, he had his subordinate run to the bank with all the money he had, and say in a loud voice that 'I'm from Nakamuraya, and please deposit all this money,' which subsided people's panic.
  210. At that time, he had no rank and was shinshi (Daigaku student who passed a subject of the official appointment test).
  211. At that time, he injured his waist joints and that prevented him from growing taller.
  212. At that time, he met Joe NIIJIMA (who later married with his younger sister Yae NIIZIMA) and promised that he would cooperate with him when he came to know his plan to establish a school.
  213. At that time, he played against Jowa HONINBO, the heir of Honinbo family and a junior disciple (Sansetsu took the first move).
  214. At that time, he reconstructed Gyuko-ji Temple in Tosa Province, which was said to be the remain of the temple his mentor Soseki had established.
  215. At that time, he repeatedly persuaded Sessho (regent) Motomichi KONOE whose concubine was his sister to act together with the Taira family, but ended up having to give up and is thought to have followed the clan alone.
  216. At that time, he said "After I die, if these utensils suffered the shame of falling into some vulgar, worldly person's hands, you would surely resent me.
  217. At that time, he sent the letter for asking "let me know the crop condition," and this shows that he asked for the report about crops, because he was not able to leave the job in Hokke-ji Temple.
  218. At that time, he served concurrently as the Minister of Education.
  219. At that time, he started to devote himself towards the pro-Imperial movement.
  220. At that time, he studied under the Sanron Sect and Hosso Sect of the Nanto rokushu (six sects of Nanto) but eventually became a passionate devotee of the Amida Buddha and would not fail to recite the Nembutsu (Buddhist invocation) ten thousand times every day.
  221. At that time, he surrendered the fief of Ecchu and Kozuke (the surrendering of Kozuke resulted in the Sanada clan becoming independent to act as a feudal lord), and he was permitted to occupy Sado and Dewa instead.
  222. At that time, he took deep interest in Christianity.
  223. At that time, he used a single character for his family name in the Chinese fashion, changing the name from Ino to Ine.
  224. At that time, he was Chunagon and Jusanmi.
  225. At that time, he was Jingisho shofuku Shorokuinojo (Junior Assistant Head of Ministry of Divinities, Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade).
  226. At that time, he was Jusangu at the rank of Juichii.
  227. At that time, he was Sani Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade courtier without post)
  228. At that time, he was Ukyo no daibu (Master of the Western Capital Offices) and Yamato no kami (governor of Yamato Province) in Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  229. At that time, he was a Monjo Tokugosho (distinguished scholar of letters) and Mino no Daijo (Senior Secretary of Mino Province).
  230. At that time, he was a chief priest and Jushiinoge rank, Jingi taifu.
  231. At that time, he was absorbed in reading Saikaku IHARA's works that encouraged his inclination to pseudoclassicism in addition to realism.
  232. At that time, he was appointed to Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and he got Kinjiki Chokkyo (the emperor's authorization to use the color reserved for the nobility on their clothes).
  233. At that time, he was appointed to be Gaijugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade, inferior to the central noble class called Naii).
  234. At that time, he was at Daigaku no kami Jugoinojo.
  235. At that time, he was at Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade); the article calls him HAJI no Morogami.
  236. At that time, he was attacked by someone with short bow, however, the arrows missed him.
  237. At that time, he was dissuaded by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA from attacking Mitsunari, and as a result, he became one of the closest daimyo of Ieyasu.
  238. At that time, he was eighteen.
  239. At that time, he was entertained with ayuzusi (fermented sushi with sweetfish) etc.
  240. At that time, he was gaining a high reputation, and many of his poems were chosen for Junchokusenshu (the associate anthology of poems collected by Imperial Command) named 'Tokubashu' (Tokuba Collection).
  241. At that time, he was given chigyo-chi (territory) of 5,000-koku in Nakamura-go, Kurita County, Omi Province.
  242. At that time, he was given his imina (personal name) 'Yoshihisa'.
  243. At that time, he was given the family name of Hashiba.
  244. At that time, he was offered a contract by Ieyasu that he would be a husband of Kame-hime, the first daughter of Ieyasu, if he managed to fight off the Takeda army.
  245. At that time, he was ordered to stay there, but he refused and returned to Kagoshima.
  246. At that time, he was so capable that he was said 'No YAMAZA in front of and after YAMAZA.'
  247. At that time, he was still just the leader of the allied dogo (village chiefs) in Aki Province.
  248. At that time, he was still so young that his hair was done up in the style for boys.
  249. At that time, he was the former Chunagon with Shosanmi rank.
  250. At that time, he was transferred from Nagaoka to the Takatsuki Domain in Settsu Province.
  251. At that time, he went to the Koishikawa Hakubunkan museum almost every night after finishing his work in Mukojima and gave guidance on the Artisan Theater (Labor Theater)held in the long house of the museum.
  252. At that time, her elder brother Manpukumaru was killed by the order of Nobunaga.
  253. At that time, his Imina (personal name) was Sueki.
  254. At that time, his Imina was Suetoo.
  255. At that time, his father Terumune was 41 years old and still in his prime, thus Masamune first declined to succeed family headship insisting on his immaturity; however, the determination of Terumune was strong as he saw through the talent of Masamune as a military commander; eventually Masamune accepted the succession of family headship.
  256. At that time, his first son Motosuke IKEDA also died, so his second son Terumasa IKEDA succeeded him as the head of Ikeda family.
  257. At that time, his life was not taken.
  258. At that time, his rank was Jikidaiichi (forth rank).
  259. At that time, his rank was Jikidaiichi (the ninth grade of jikidai rank for vassals of the forty-eight grades of cap rank, which corresponds to Shoshiinojo, Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade of Taiho Ritsuryo, Taiho Code).
  260. At that time, his rank was Jikidaiichi.
  261. At that time, his rank was Jikidaisan.
  262. At that time, his rank was Jikikoichi.
  263. At that time, his rank was Shokinge.
  264. At that time, his rank was Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  265. At that time, his technique of seal engraving had a reputation second to none.
  266. At that time, his troops also fought with those of Kazumasu TAKIGAWA who invaded Echigo from Maebashi-jo Castle in Kozuke Province, and managed to successfully defend Sakato-jo Castle.
  267. At that time, his wife Oto Tachibana Hime leaped into the sea on his behalf, and the waves became calm by themselves.
  268. At that time, hot springs were separated into zatto (hot springs for common people), the ones which were open to ordinary citizens, and tonosamayu (hot springs for people with higher rank) or kagiyu (hot springs for people with higher rank), which were used only by shogunate officials, local governors and the lords of domains.
  269. At that time, however, Hisamitsu had no intention of overthrowing the Shogunate, and in fact supported the union of the Imperial court and the Shogunate (Kobu-gattai).
  270. At that time, however, Japan was experiencing social change in that the individual imposition of taxes under the Ritsuryo legal system was no longer being enforced due to an increase in the number of the poor and further stratification of the agricultural class.
  271. At that time, however, nationality may have hardly mattered to such traders, including the wako involved in smuggling, along the coasts on national borders
  272. At that time, however, she was unable to stand a long-distance travel because of her delicate health and asked her younger brother, WAKE no Kiyomaro, to receive the oracle by proxy.
  273. At that time, however, the prestige of academic paintings began to shake and the boundary between arts and crafts became obscure in the European art community, so Japanese art works greatly influenced European avant-gardists and gave birth to Japonisme.
  274. At that time, however, there were no methods other than Kyoso Hanjaku to distinguish the many scriptures because all Buddhist scriptures, regardless of south route or north route, were believed to be the direct teachings of Shaka.
  275. At that time, however, they were called by the family name "Minamoto" or "O", and it was in a later era that they began to be called "Shirakawa-ke", "Hakke" or "Shirakawa oke."
  276. At that time, hundreds of people including a vassal named Kazunobu INUI died.'
  277. At that time, in 1456, he was appointed Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  278. At that time, in Korea, it was when there was no hiring of personnel outside of families and they could not shed their old system of selecting high officials from families and the Queen Min group was fighting with the Heungseon Daewongun (regent of Joseon) group in the Imperial Court.
  279. At that time, in November, Toma (later changed Aikana) of the the Ryu family clan, who was a daughter of Saeishi, became his wife on the island.
  280. At that time, in a sakaya, sake barrels wrapped in a rush mat, which the shop bought from various sake factories, were placed, and for selling sake, the shop owner blended sake from these barrels so as to meet each customer's taste.
  281. At that time, in the Emperor's family. consanguineous marriage was commonly practiced and to be the heir to the Imperial Throne, his/her mother also was requested to be an imperial princess.
  282. At that time, in the warehouse of the Taga-jo Castle,'the storage of weapons and foods were not enough to win the battle' (in "Shoku Nihongi").
  283. At that time, it seems that his clerical ability was evaluated and he successively worked as an official in in major positions of the Restoration including Zasso-Ketsudansho (agency of Kenmu government filing lawsuits), Kirokujo (Land Record Office), and Onshokata (office - desk work for Onsho awards) and was finally promoted to Kageyushi (Board of Discharge Examiners).
  284. At that time, it was a provisional station only operated when the Keihan Ground was used for events.
  285. At that time, it was already the reign of Shogun Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, the 4th seii taishogun (literally, great general who subdues the barbarians") of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  286. At that time, it was also called the "Treaty of Bakan" after another name "Bakan" of Akamagaseki City (now Shimonoseki City) in Yamaguchi Prefecture, where the conference was held.
  287. At that time, it was common for low-ranking ladies-in-waiting to serve persons of noble status, and it is probably true that Niigasa who served as a lady-in-waiting would occasionally catch the eye of Shirakabe no Okimi, attended at his bedside, and received his affection.
  288. At that time, it was common to allow exiled criminals to marry, and this interpretation is supported even today.
  289. At that time, it was mainly middle-ranking royalty who were assigned to be kokushi.
  290. At that time, it was planned to destroy the imitation castle tower, but the tower has remained at the request of local residents.
  291. At that time, it was pointed out there was a risk that some Koreans might cheat on their tax payment by taking advantage of the tax exemption privilege given to kokyowa, and that expectation came true afterward.
  292. At that time, it was promoted from a gosha (a village shrine) to a kensha.
  293. At that time, it was rumored that Yoshiki departed for Echizen to take back and the things advanced in his favor, however, because bakufu feared the Asakura clan's military force, they couldn't get back Echizen after all.
  294. At that time, it was rumored that an actual reason for Nicholas's visit to Japan was a military inspection, and also many Japanese people regarded the Trans-Siberian Railway as a symbol of Russian invasion of Far Eastern countries, and they had a sense of aversion against Russia.
  295. At that time, it was the biggest political association of The Korean Empire, and the number of its members was between 800 thousands and one million.
  296. At that time, it was under the jurisdiction of Ulsan County office and Heiba Setsudoshi (Regional Commandants of army) of Gyeonsang-jwado Prefecture in the old town area of Ulsan.
  297. At that time, it was under the jurisdiction of Ungcheon Prefecture in the north.
  298. At that time, juni-hitoe was an equivalent costume to noshi.
  299. At that time, kaisho (Chinese characters in standard style), gyosho (cursive style of writing Chinese characters) and sosho (very cursive style of writing Chinese characters, more abbreviated and flowing than gyosho) were ordinarily learnt, but Shundo also learnt keisho (clerical scripts) and tensho (seal scripts) as well.
  300. At that time, keep minimum length for one tare and make 'hane' (wing) by another tare.
  301. At that time, kuroneko fundoshi (a kind of jockstrap) appeared as a simple form of fundoshi and became popular especially among boys.
  302. At that time, local powerful clans (local military aristocracies) often behaved disaffectedly to the kokuga (provincial government office), but it was overlooked due to the private relationship with central dominant nobilities, so an imperial decree to hunt down and kill Tadatsune was rarely issued.
  303. At that time, lots of seaweed (locals called it 'nori') were dried on the beach.'
  304. At that time, many lower ranking aristocrats with samurai rank who could not get posts in the central government went down to the provinces, and shokan established heirachichal relationships with them in order to solve conflicts over the manors.
  305. At that time, many problems concerned with the replacement of kokushi, such as "the procedures that were used were inadequate" and disputes between a predecessor and the successor, were caused, making it necessary to clarify the procedures for replacing a kokushi.
  306. At that time, many relatives who served the Mizuno family offered assistance.
  307. At that time, many schools of etiquette, including the Ogasawara school, thrived, and as a school for cooking, the Shijo school with YAMAKAGE no Masatomo as its founder was established.
  308. At that time, many writers including FUTABATEI groped for a new style of genbunicchi.
  309. At that time, mechanical devices were generally called karakuri.
  310. At that time, members of the family followed Sadatoshi.
  311. At that time, military reinforcements were necessary because the organizational system of Kokuga was threatened by conflict between local landowners and the Tato farmer class.
  312. At that time, monjoka (later kidendo - historical studies) was one of the rare departments in which lower-ranked officials (called zonin) and young commoners were allowed to enroll.
  313. At that time, more than half of the court nobles and officials belonged to the Fujiwara clan, and so, when Shinboku was carried into Kyoto, the court fell into suspended animation and the national administration was paralyzed.
  314. At that time, music would not be played by such a large group of participants in Japan except for Gagaku and the like.
  315. At that time, neither Harunobu nor Kagetora was motivated to lead their army, and both armies withdrew in June.
  316. At that time, no destination display board for 'Keihan-Yamashina' was available for the model 600 train cars, so the trains were operated with a destination display board that read 'Hamaotsu/Keihan-Yamashina.'
  317. At that time, nobles thought with contempt that Ezo (northerners) in Oshu never knew any name of flowers,showed him an ume (Japanese plum) flower and asked insultingly what it is.
  318. At that time, only Shunkan was not pardoned, and he remained on the island and died miserably.
  319. At that time, only six players transferred their registrations from Flugels to Yokohama F. Marinos which was the official merging partner, so some people joked, "I don't know which is a real 'F'?"
  320. At that time, only the samurai residences of affluent persons could have home baths, and basically it was prohibited to have a home bath from the viewpoint of disaster prevention in Edo, where fires often occurred.
  321. At that time, oryoshi commanded soldiers but did not engaged in actual battles.
  322. At that time, parliamentary Cabinet system had been already put into effect in Japan, but in modern age, constitutions have been effective in most states (excluding those colored in purple in the illustration on the right).
  323. At that time, people were concerned with problems concerning the relationship of the radii of several circles that touch each other.
  324. At that time, persons from the Tsushima Domain stationed at the Wakan for trade.
  325. At that time, persons with beards were used for the portrait to prevent counterfeiting.
  326. At that time, predicting the strategies of the enemy commander Motochika CHOSOKABE, Yoshitaka took control of the castles on the enemy side one after the other.
  327. At that time, primogeniture was becoming the common practice, and Tsunenori claimed that according to primogeniture the Kujo Family, the descendant of the eldest son of Michiie, should inherit the family estate.
  328. At that time, regency performed by Sekkan-ke developed.
  329. At that time, relationship between Japan and Russia was at issue, and KONO really did make up his mind.
  330. At that time, several cultural properties, including a wooden statue of Ippen (an important cultural property) were carried out by the chief priest and other people immediately after the fire started and thus escaped the disaster.
  331. At that time, she finally met her rival of many years, Lady Murasaki, in person.
  332. At that time, she met Kaoru INOUE at the "Uoshina" tea house located at Nawate-dori Street (which was later moved to kiritoshi, but does not remain now), and it is said that, when his life was being threatened, she gave him a mirror as her substitute.
  333. At that time, she met Naosuke II, who was placed in confinement at home in Hikone castle town, and a few years later, Naosuke encountered Shuzen NAGANO, and it is said that Taka and Shuzen NAGANO also established a deeper relationship.
  334. At that time, she received heavy blows from media's harsh criticism which referred to her as a 'hag.'
  335. At that time, she was 39 years old and became the first female monarch in history (however, this is the case when Empress Jingu and Crown Princess Iitoyo are excluded).
  336. At that time, she was a princess of the late Shikibukyo no miya (brother of Hikaru Genji/Uji hachi no miya) and was serving for Onna Ichinomiya and was called Miya no kimi.
  337. At that time, she was called Echigo no Ben after her grandfather's province of assignment, Echigo, and his official title.
  338. At that time, she was counted as the second noblest hin (an imperial wife of the lowest rank), next to Yamato no Hime Okimi who was a daughter of Furuhito no Oe no Miko (Prince Furuhito no Oe) and the lawful wife of Emperor Tenji.
  339. At that time, shoin-zukuri, containing an impressive room furnished with an alcove, shelf, and tsukeshoin (a built-in table) were already established, with its role in maintaining hierarchy and status, but masters of ceremonial tea disliked formal designs and gorgeous decoration.
  340. At that time, shugodai (deputy military governor) sometimes dethroned their lord, shugo daimyo (provincial military governor turned daimyo).
  341. At that time, since Jien, who was a real younger brother of Kanezane KUJO, assumed the position of Tendai-zasu (head priest of the Tendai sect), the Tendai sect came to have a close connection with the Kujo family, and the Shingon sect also bent before power of the Kujo family which was the kingmaker in the imperial court.
  342. At that time, since the government issued a ban on people appearing naked, a cop was loud to instruct my grandfather saying 'Goinkyo-san (an honorific title for retired men), now, nobody is allowed to walk around naked.'
  343. At that time, since the train lacked the rollsign that indicated 'Rapid,' it carried the rollsign 'Special,' and for the front face two plates, one reading 'Uji Kaisoku' and the other reading '~Special,' were prepared for attachment.
  344. At that time, some changed their family name to EHARA and others continued to use NAKAARAI (中新井 or 中新) as their family name.
  345. At that time, some of Hidetsugu's attendant sub-chief vassals: Kazuuji NAKAMURA, Yoshiharu HORIO, Kazutoyo YAMAUCHI, Naosue HITOTSUYANAGI, and others got their own castles, but Yoshimasa remained in Hidetsugu's Hachimanyama-jo Castle and administered affairs of the domain in the position of "Kanpakudono-ichiro".
  346. At that time, steam locomotives were mostly used, and were mainly used internationally as well.
  347. At that time, such a large store did not exist in the San-Tan areas, and was considered something like a department store.
  348. At that time, such forests for field practice of other imperial universities, Tokyo University and of Hokkaido University, already existed in Japan, and these forests were acquired as national properties.
  349. At that time, supporters of the Old Civil Code included Meiji Law School (now Meiji University) and Japanese-French Law School (now Hosei University), while the opponents included Tokyo Imperial University (now Tokyo University) and English Law School (now Chuo University).
  350. At that time, the 'Saiwai-Club' that was centered on the Sawa-kai was consisted of three factions (Sawa-kai, Dousei-kai, Kousei-kai) and termed 'Saiwai Sanpa' as well as termed Saiwai Yonpa or 幸無三派 with adding the 'Independents.'
  351. At that time, the 12 former villages continued as settlements and Kochidani subsequently separated to form a 13th settlement.
  352. At that time, the 12th Shogun, Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA, was sick in bed and in no condition to be making important decisions for the nation.
  353. At that time, the Amida worship had deeply spread within the aristocracy and Amida Nyorai statues with Jo-in (samadhi mudra, gesture of meditation) and the building of Amida Buddha halls were popular.
  354. At that time, the Anegakoji family was divided into three and they virtually had three family heads including Masakoto KOJIMA from the Kojima family and Yukitsuna from the Mukojima family, but Mototsuna from the Furukawa family took the title of governor of Hida Province.
  355. At that time, the Cloistered Emperor intended to make Tadazane's uncle, FUJIWARA no Ietada, his Kampaku, but due to opposition by FUJIWARA no Akitaka, in 1121 his eldest son FUJIWARA no Tadamichi became Kampaku.
  356. At that time, the Dazai no Sochi (Governor-General of Kyushu), Imperial Prince Atsumichi, remained in the capital so control of the Kyushu region was left entirely to Arikuni.
  357. At that time, the Emishi/Ezo army was joined by about eight hundred additional soldiers to stage a counter charge against the Imperial army.
  358. At that time, the Emperor Ichijo was younger than Michinaga by 14 years and, although the Crown Prince (later, the Emperor Sanjo) was elder than him by two years, he was still a small boy.
  359. At that time, the Emperor Junnin and EMI no Oshikatsu were in power and it is considered that the above reform was implemented as a measure to strengthen their administration.
  360. At that time, the Fujiwara clan wanted Komyoshi, who was from the same family, to be installed as the Empress.
  361. At that time, the Furukawa side demanded a final composition (with the condition that the victims should abandon every right to demand or negotiate after that in exchange of some money).
  362. At that time, the Hatamoto domain in Harima Province and a part of the outlands of the domain were incorporated into Ikuno Prefecture.
  363. At that time, the Ikeda clan was a sworn allies of the Miyoshi clan, but the next year, after Nagayoshi MIYOSHI's death the Miyoshi clan lost power, so Katsumasa fought against Hisahide MATSUNAGA in cooperation with Miyoshi Sanninshu (Miyoshi Triumvirate).
  364. At that time, the Imperial Court ordered the governors of Mino and Owari provinces to select laborers to build an imperial tomb.
  365. At that time, the Imperial Court was alternatively ruled by the Jimyo-in Imperial line (the imperial line of Emperor Gofukakusa) and the Daikaku-ji Imperial line (the imperial line of Emperor Kameyama); Saionji family was connected to both of them by marriage.
  366. At that time, the Japanese government permitted trading only with the Dutch under the national isolation policy, but none of the three were Dutch.
  367. At that time, the Jodo Shinshu sect was not integrated into the Hongwan-ji Temple group.
  368. At that time, the Keihanshin Local Line received for the first time a train set of only used cars, consisting of two MM-units and one Trailer, of which the Tc directed to Nishi-Akashi had been used on the Yamanote Line and the Tc directed toward Kyoto was a Kuha type 103-2052 car converted from original Kuha type 101.
  369. At that time, the Matsuda family spread across various areas, and the Bizen Matsuda clan belonged to the Muromachi Shogunate in the Northern Court.
  370. At that time, the Meiji Government was divided over ideas such as Seikanron, a proposal to subjugate Korea, in which Satsuma domain clique including Sukenori KABAYAMA and Kagoshima Prefectural councilor Tsunayoshi OYAMA were suggesting that Japan dispatch troops to Taiwan.
  371. At that time, the Meiji Government was promoting the preparation of the government-led formulation of a constitution and establishment of the National Diet while it was strengthening an ironfisted policy to democratic movements.
  372. At that time, the Ministry of Education was strengthening the censorship of ideas because the Ministry regarded any ideas as dangerous if they argued that an ideal woman was not a dutiful wife and devoted mother.
  373. At that time, the Mori clan, including Tsuneyo KIKKAWA, and their vassals stood in fierce opposition to the new retainers.
  374. At that time, the Myobo and Myogyo Kanmons (reports) were issued regarding the status of the regent.
  375. At that time, the Noto no kami (Lord of Noto Province) was FUJIWARA no Akiie, who was a favorite retainer of Motofusa, and Noto Province was Motofusa's chigyokoku.
  376. At that time, the Otori Daimyojin of Asakusa was also called Myoken Daibosatsu.
  377. At that time, the Rokkaku clan who was kin to the Sasaki clan, and influential in the area, had Namazue-jo Castle, a branch castle of Kannonji-jo Castle, near Hyakusai-ji Temple.
  378. At that time, the Rokuro UMEWAKA family had no son to take over the family business.
  379. At that time, the Sansenke (three schools associated with Sen Rikyu) in Kyoto entered a significant period of reform with Joshinsai at the forefront, and as one of the leading disciples in taking on the reformation, Fuhaku was active in the establishment of the Shichijishiki (seven training exercises).
  380. At that time, the Tang Dynasty was conquering many territories in various places, and at this point the sphere of Tang's reach of power was the largest in the history of China.
  381. At that time, the Teradaya was an inn for sailors which was owned by the Satsuma domain and suited for gathering to plan such a conspiracy.
  382. At that time, the Toyotomi government was established as the only government that could give orders to any place in Japan.
  383. At that time, the Ulsan Castle had not yet been completed and therefore the Japanese army was put in a difficult position trying to hold the castle with insufficient food supplies.
  384. At that time, the Vladivostok Fleet of Russia continued to attack shipping, sinking the transport ship, Hitachi-maru on June 15th (Hitachi-maru Incident).
  385. At that time, the abdication of the throne from the Empress Genmei to the Imperial Princess Hitaka had already been determined, and the granting Ippon was to create an environment suitable for the abdication.
  386. At that time, the bank of the Kamo-gawa River was a funeral site where remains of the dead were left.
  387. At that time, the body of Hidetada buried in the ground was cremated and reburied.
  388. At that time, the books were treated as forbidden books that never allowed to be taken out of the house, which even a high-caliber disciple was not allowed to browse and therefore these books were called book of Absolute secrecy.
  389. At that time, the capital was moved to Kuni-kyo (Kamo-cho, Soraku District, Kyoto Prefecture) but the Emperor was residing at Shigaraki no Miya Palace (current Shigaraki-cho, Koga City, Shiga Prefecture) and construction of the Great Buddha also began there.
  390. At that time, the central political world was occupied by the conflict centered around TAIRA no Kiyomori from the Taira family, who had deposed, and Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa, who planned to create a powerful Insei (rule by a retired emperor); Kanezane continued to view both parties with a critical eye.
  391. At that time, the core parts of a score weren't written in advance, so each disciple of a master had to add those parts later (the system was employed in which, when a person wanted to learn certain musical scores it was necessary to enter the school of the master through necessary procedures and become his disciple.)
  392. At that time, the current Shogun Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA left for Omi Province in fear of Nagayoshi, and Harumoto even asked Sadayori ROKKAKU to intervene in his reconciliation with Nagayoshi.
  393. At that time, the daimyo of Aizu, Katamori MATSUDAIRA, who was charged with the defense of Kyoto, had started cooperating with the Satsuma clan, and set up a system to oppress the radical loyalist faction in Choshu.
  394. At that time, the description on the indication of lands listed on cadaster (address, lot number, land classification and acreage) was transferred to the title part of registry.
  395. At that time, the dojo (hall used for martial arts training) was a place to discuss affairs of state, and it seems that YOSHIMURA gradually devoted himself to antiforeign imperialism..
  396. At that time, the domain lord, Munenari DATE was in Edo, as required by the Shogun, and the chief retainer was away in Kyoto on business.
  397. At that time, the emperor organ theory was commonly accepted as evidence of the emperor's sovereignty, but in 1935, a member of the House of Peers and lieutenant general, Takeo KIKUCHI criticized the treaty for going against the national polity.
  398. At that time, the emperor stopped his palanquin at this land.
  399. At that time, the ex-retainers of the Enya family, who have been in row houses in Oni-yokocho disguising themselves, come to tell Gengobe that they finished all the preparation for the vengeance against their master's enemy and they allow him join in.
  400. At that time, the examiner was called 'zasu,' meaning the master of that place.
  401. At that time, the extraction of nickel ore was conducted by open-air mining in Oeyama Mine using large scale mobilization of labor, but when many Japanese miners went on the warpath, thereby leading to a labor shortage, a large number of students and prisoners were poured in.
  402. At that time, the first task was to learn Chinese.
  403. At that time, the formal name used at Ginza (an organization in charge of casting and appraising of silver during the Edo period) was 'Kodamagin,' but in the books of old coinage, such as "Kinginzuroku" (Gold & Silver catalog) and "Sanka zui" (Illustrations of the three types of money), it was recorded under the name of 'Mameitagin'.
  404. At that time, the gods of tripartite pillars were born: 'Soko doku Mitama' when Sarutahiko sank into the sea, 'Tsubu tatsu Mitama' when bubbles from Sarutahiko's breath rose to the sea surface, and 'Awa saku Mitama' when bubbles burst on the sea surface.
  405. At that time, the great-great-grandsons, Oku no himemiko, the Prince Kusakabe and the Prince Otsu had already been born.
  406. At that time, the hunting that horsemen did Kisha (to shoot an arrow with riding a horse) at animals was called 'oumonoi,' and there were also other games such as 'Ushioumono' (cows-hunting event, a skill of an archery) but only 'Inuoumono' had been preserved.
  407. At that time, the individuals who led tens of thousands of troops to go directly to Omi were MURAKUNI no Oyori, HUMI no Nemaro, WANIBE no Kimite and IKAGO no Omi Ahe.
  408. At that time, the land of domains and tenryo (a Shogunal demesne) were intricate; and collecting nengu (land tax) was totally inefficient.
  409. At that time, the leader of the Kodama party is thought to have been Ienaga Taro SHO.
  410. At that time, the leader of the campaign for preservation of ruins was Katsumi KUROITA who headed the department of Japanese history at the University of Tokyo.
  411. At that time, the line formed by the attendants assembled to the great Buddhist memorial service was so long that it crossed a mountain; that reminded people of Ujikuni's power and popularity in life.
  412. At that time, the local samurai lords who were subordinated to a lord but controlled their territories independently aligned and realigned with each other freely.
  413. At that time, the lord of the Mito Tokugawa family Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA wished to collect transcribed and published books on "Manyoshu" to revise them, and Choryu SHIMOKOBE was in charge of making commentary during the Kanbun and Enpo periods.
  414. At that time, the main force of Kenkyukai, count, viscount and baron members were all elected from among themselves and their tenure of office was seven years.(The election law for Count, Viscount and Baron members of the House of Peers (Article 78 in 1889))
  415. At that time, the main patterns were embroidered, and additional patterns were dyed by means of Yuzen (a dying technique), therefore, it wasn't available for common women who were not allowed to wear elaborate embroidered Kimono.
  416. At that time, the majority of important positions in aristocratic society were taken by the Fujiwara clan, hence members of other clans had to wait quietly for their slight chance of getting promoted.
  417. At that time, the man in charge of the system was anticipating the Year 2000 problem, which might happen 20 some years later.
  418. At that time, the manager of Sumitomo Shanghai Yoko (branch) strongly insisted the necessity of the establishment of trading company, and told him the consensus of the head office.
  419. At that time, the mass unit for the fundo (counterweight) was called 'ryo' but it was also the unit for oval gold coins so, to avoid any confusion, the 'ryo' unit was not used in weighing Chogin.
  420. At that time, the mutual visits of those envoys between Japan and foreign countries were much more frequent compared to other periods.
  421. At that time, the names of the buried figures in those small tumulus had been forgotten, although each tumulus had a legend handed down over generations.
  422. At that time, the number of articles on Moritoki's activities in"Azuma Kagami"--his activities are often recorded in the era of Yoritomo--plunged dramatically.
  423. At that time, the official rank of OTOMO no Sukune Tauchi was Mui Daisan (the twenty-first grade of the forty-eight official ranks) and around this time, a person with the highest official rank of the OTOMO clan was OTOMO no Miyuki.
  424. At that time, the operation between Osaka and Kyoto was nonstop.
  425. At that time, the people in Okinawa were increasingly more conscious that those who lived in Okinawa, including Chofu OTA, were citizens of the Empire of Japan and are in the same ethnic group as the people on mainland Japan, so the protest was also meant to complain about being treated equally to the other ethnic groups.
  426. At that time, the people in Suo Province were suffering famine under the devastation caused by a series of wars, which finally ended.
  427. At that time, the person in charge of drawing the curtain called out "Momonjiya!" and all the staff and audience burst into laughter (Momonjiya was the name of a restaurant serving inoshishi).
  428. At that time, the persons who could use imina in calling a man basically were the man's parents, the man's master or the man's enemies, and in such a situation, the family name with his governmental post name added, or the man's common name was usually used.
  429. At that time, the place he had barricaded himself in was located in the middle of a muddy swamp, so it was not easy to walk around there, making it very difficult to attack.
  430. At that time, the point of greatest contention for the Joi group and also people in general was smuggling between the Satsuma Domain and foreigners.
  431. At that time, the present Tango and Tajima were also included in Tanba.
  432. At that time, the ratio of made-to order clothes to mass-produced ready-made clothes became close to 7:3.
  433. At that time, the rebel forces had taken control of the Tokai-do and Tosan-do Roads as well, but Hokuriku was recognized as an important supplier of army provisions, so it was this region as well as Chinzei (nickname of Kyushu) where the Taira clan had to suppress the rebellion.
  434. At that time, the relationship between an actor and a choreographer was valued, and it was not unusual that actors, who took same stage, had different schools for choreography.
  435. At that time, the rituals related to the Sokui no rei were considered a national event, and the rituals related to the Onie no matsuri Festival was treated as an event of the Imperial family.
  436. At that time, the roof was covered with plane tiles at first, and then concave tiles were laid at each joint, which is nearly the same as the present-day Hongawarabuki (a style of tile roofing in which round and square tiles are laid down alternately).
  437. At that time, the sect was a school of Buddhist principles rather than a religious community.
  438. At that time, the solidity of the railway bed became loosened, and the railway mounds were caved in some portions.'
  439. At that time, the station was a terminal.
  440. At that time, the station was available only to group passengers attending "Daihoe," the great Buddhist memorial service at either Nishi Hongan-ji Temple or Chion-in Temple.
  441. At that time, the station's name was Obakusan Station.
  442. At that time, the system of the nation under the Ritsuryo codes ceased to exist and the new regime which adopted the principle of tax on land, namely Dynastic polity, was established.
  443. At that time, the term 'Tenmondai' (astronomical observatory) was used for the first time.
  444. At that time, the territory of the head family of the Nitta clan was transferred to the Tokuso family (the direct line of the regency Hojo family), and a hikan (low-level bureaucrat) under the power of the Tokuso family advanced into the estate.
  445. At that time, the title of the book was well-known.
  446. At that time, the train series 103 that had been replaced with series 201 were transferred to both the Katamachi and Kansai Lines., without changing their color of sky-blue.
  447. At that time, the tube strikes a supporting platform (rock, etc,) and makes a sound.
  448. At that time, the users were the generations allowed to drink alcohol, or those in their 20's and over.
  449. At that time, the volume of 1 sho was about 200 milliliters, roughly a 10th of the present 1 sho.
  450. At that time, the war between ancient Japanese government of centrized governance and Ezo in Kitakata had been continued for many years and Koreharu-gun was located on the front lines.
  451. At that time, the young man abandons his childhood name and a new name, called "eboshi-na," is given to him by the eboshi-oya.
  452. At that time, there happened also something unusual in Kangakuin, which was a Daigaku-besso (an academic facility for nobles) of the Fujiwara family.
  453. At that time, there was a custom where family heads or sons of prestigious families, including the Fujiwara family, were automatically given official ranks, regardless of their ability, when they reached a certain age.
  454. At that time, there was a general atmosphere of reverence in aristocratic and Samurai society for the concept of Yugen (the subtle and profound).
  455. At that time, there was a remaining problem which could not be solved by the conclusion of Japanese-Korea Treaty of Amity regarding dispatch and stay of ministers of both countries and Japanese and Korean side had completely different opinions.
  456. At that time, there was a toneri (a servant) serving the emperor.
  457. At that time, there was a trouble at his parents' home, by which the money from his parents had been delivered just after Kawai's Seppuku.
  458. At that time, there was nobody who could compete with Genji's power and other nobles hesitated to have their daughters enter the palace as consorts because they had little chance of winning.
  459. At that time, there was only one train without air-conditioning on the Keihanshin Local Line, except for their reserved middle cars without air-condition..
  460. At that time, there were less than ten cities around the world with a population of 200,000, even the newly formed Edo was just a district of government offices where lines of samurai residences stood.
  461. At that time, there were no institutionalized family business takeover and establishment systems, and therefore, recognition of tsuwamono-no-ie was not stable.
  462. At that time, there were no refrigerators, and so local dishes were mostly tsukemono (pickles), himono (dried fishes), or kunsei (smoked products), which could be preserved for a long time (e.g. boiled abalone in the present Yamanashi Prefecture).
  463. At that time, there were no training halls, and masters accepted only a handful of pupils.
  464. At that time, there were two influential consorts in the Emperor Gotoba's court.
  465. At that time, there were uji, or clan-based groups that were in charge of specific tasks under the Yamato administration.
  466. At that time, therefore, a toji group did not have a position which was equivalent to a kojishi (a person in charge of the koji production) or koji-ya in a latter-day toji group.
  467. At that time, therefore, the term 'kanzashi' referred to hair ornamentation in general and referred to comb decorations and kogai (ornamental hairpin) also.
  468. At that time, these lines were under the control of both the Yodo Office of Keihan Bus Company (now defunct) and the Uji Office of Uji Tawara Jidosha (currenttly Keihan Uji Bus Co., Ltd.)
  469. At that time, these theaters came to be collectively called 'the Kyoto Takarazuka Hall.'
  470. At that time, they published such works as "Shinpen Suikogaden," "Kinsei Kaidan Shimoyo no Hoshi" and "Chinsetsu yumiharizuki (The Crescent Moon)," which made his name famous together with Bakin.
  471. At that time, they were called 'Goze' instead of 'Gozen,' that was later Goze (blind female musicians).
  472. At that time, this shipping association was composed of about 50 families in Kegojima, and it shipped its production to wholesale dealers in Osaka, Kyoto, and Tokyo and it was proud of the reputation for 'ebi-imo.'
  473. At that time, this station was a terminal.
  474. At that time, this type of train made a stop at Moriguchi, Hirakata, Hashimoto and Yodo stations in addition to those stations where the express train made stops.
  475. At that time, those people walked Kohechi from Mt. Koya to go down to Kobe City, and from Kobe they went to Hokkaido by ship.
  476. At that time, three guns were imported to Japan for the first time.
  477. At that time, to drink "1 hai" of sake meant to dry up a 4 go bottle.
  478. At that time, tondenhei reservists were formed for reinforcement, but because the war ended during their training, they did not experience actual battles.
  479. At that time, townspeople weren't permitted to adopt surnames and wear swords; thus, TSURUYA and so on weren't surnames but Yago (the name of the store).
  480. At that time, two others, Sosuke TSUKADA and Shusuke MIO, were present to receive Yonekitsu's teaching.
  481. At that time, ujiko (shrine parishioners) abstained from eating chickens, and shake (the Shinto priest and his family serving the shrine on a hereditary basis) did not even eat eggs.
  482. At that time, various sets of religious scripture existed, such as 'Sanko-kyo,' (developed from Konan magic [Jiangnan]), 'Horei-kyo' and 'Josei-kyo,' each of which represent distinct streams.
  483. At that time, when a disciple received from his or her master a license to teach, the disciple automatically received a privilege to issue his or her own license.
  484. At that time, when foreign administration officials such as a minister came to a country, it was a custom that the minister greet monarch of that country, but in Japan the Emperor and Court nobles hesitated this at first.
  485. At that time, when musume-gidayu's Japanese coiffure became disheveled due to her enthusiastic performance and the story entered the most interesting part, spectators such as students would call out loud, 'Dosuru (How do you do your hair?), Dosuru (How do you do your hair?).'
  486. At that time, worrying about his successor, FUJIWARA no Kaneie invited FUJIWARA no Arikuni and TAIRA no Korenaka to ask for their opinions.
  487. At the "Tentoku Dairi Uta-awase" (Imperial Palace Poetry Contest of the Tentoku era)
  488. At the 'Honnoji Incident' he used a post horse to deliver the news to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's party, that was staying in Sakai City, and during the escape later known as "Shinkun Iga Goe" he gave moral as well as material assistance.
  489. At the 'proclamation of war', Empress Dowager declared "our country of China has been gradually weakened.
  490. At the 76th Tomb, one of the round tumulus and a horizontal cave tombs which were known since ancient times to be existing on the Kiyotosaku Hills, excavation researches were conducted in November 1967, using the opportunity of a site preparation work for a new school building of the Futaba Municipal Minami Elementary School.
  491. At the Anamushi intersection of National route 165, take Kashiba-Taishi Route of Nara Prefectural road, Osaka Prefectural Road, 703, heading for Taishi and you will be get there very soon.
  492. At the Anglican Church, shitsuji means a clergyman who supports a priest.
  493. At the Aoi festival, Rokujo no Miyasudokoro is humiliated by lady Aoi over a quarrel about where their carriages are to be kept, and feels great bitterness toward her.
  494. At the Asake County in Ise Province, the Emperor dispatched HAJI no Umate with WAKASAKURABE no Iose to Mt. Higashiyama (Tosando Road) to raisean army.
  495. At the Atsuhara Persecution of Nichiren in 1278, he followed Nikko who resisted the religious persecution by the Kamakura bakufu, making great efforts to protect and support the believers.
  496. At the Battle of Anegawa, Nobunaga ODA generously said to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA 'you can take anyone from my retainers.'
  497. At the Battle of Azuki-zaka slope with the Oda clan in 1548, he had an advantage as a commander in chief.
  498. At the Battle of Hakone Take no Shita, he and Doyo SASAKI betrayed the army of Yoshisada NITTA and went to the side of Takauji ASHIKAGA, and became the Shugo for Izumo no kuni and Oki no kuni under the Muromachi bakufu.
  499. At the Battle of Katsura-gawa River in February 1527, Takakuni lost against the army of Hatano and Miyoshi, and fled to the Omi Province with shogun Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA.
  500. At the Battle of Katsura-gawa River in the capital, he was the first to cross the swollen Katsura-gawa River alone on horseback and charged the enemy encampment.
  501. At the Battle of Kiumi in November 1057 during the Earlier Nine Years' War, in which several hundred men died and only six riders escaped, Yoshiie was described as, 'the eldest son of the shogun, Yoshiie, without equal in strength or bravery, shot arrows from the back of the horse like a god.
  502. At the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute when Tadakatsu led a mere 500 soldiers to confront a force of 80,000 led by Hideyoshi, vassals Kiyomasa KATO and Masanori FUKUSHIMA advised killing Tadakatsu.
  503. At the Battle of Minato-gawa River, Ashikaga group smashed the court's side, and Takauji, taking control of Kyoto, established a new bakufu.
  504. At the Battle of Sekigahara (1600), he and his heir Hirotsuna KAWAKATSU joined the West Army, and fought in the attack against Tanabe-jo Castle in Tango Province (the Battle at Tanabe-jo Castle).
  505. At the Battle of Sekigahara Tadataka belonged to the Eastern army, where he distinguished himself in the war through his services, and was thanked by Naifu (Hidetada TOKUGAWA).
  506. At the Battle of Sekigahara after Hideyoshi's death, they sided with Mitsunari Ishida's Western Army, but after the battle they were pardoned by Ieyasu and continued to exist in the 300,000 koku Yonezawa domain in Dewa Province until the end of the Shogunate.
  507. At the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 he joined the West squad following Yoshitsugu OTANI at first but switched to the East squad along with Yasuharu WAKISAKA, Suketada OGAWA and Naoyasu AKAZA in concert with Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA.
  508. At the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 in which Gobugyo (five magistrates) member Mitsunari ISHIDA raised his army against Gotairo (Council of Five Elders) member Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, the direct control territory of the Toyotomi family was drastically reduced, though she was not related to the battle publicly.
  509. At the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Iemori informed Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in Oyama, Shimotsuke Province, of the rise of Mitsunari ISHIDA's army, thus appearing to have worked on the Tokugawa side.
  510. At the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Tadakatsu was part of Ieyasu's main troop and engaged in an operation to send letters to territorial lords to have them take sides with the Eastern Army.
  511. At the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he accompanied Ieyasu's main force, and was assigned as Assistant Deputy General of the Eastern Camp along with Tadakatsu HONDA, becoming a key player in the command the Eastern Camp.
  512. At the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he sided with the Western army through Mitsunari ISHIDA, who was familiar to him, and succeeded in making Terumoto MORI the commander in chief of the Western army.
  513. At the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he was sent to Nobutaka TOMITA in the same East squad as a pawn by the Wakebe head family.
  514. At the Battle of Sekigahara in the autumn of 1600, he served under Ieyasu's son, Hidetada TOKUGAWA, and after the war he retired, handing over the family estate to his son, Yoshinaga.
  515. At the Battle of Sekigahara, Hidekiyo supported suicide of Gracia HOSOKAWA and committed suicide following her, and the descendants of Hidekiyo served as chief retainer of Kumamoto Domain in the Edo period.
  516. At the Battle of Sekigahara, Masaie NATSUKA joined the West Camp but was unable to participate in the battle and fled to Minakuchi-jo Castle.
  517. At the Battle of Sekigahara, Tadaoki, his son and heir, fought in the front line against Mitsunari Ishida's army, and got a large fief of 399,000 koku in Kokura in Buzen Province, but Yusai spent the rest of his life in dignified retirement in Yoshida, Kyoto.
  518. At the Battle of Sekigahara, he joined the Battle of Gifu-jo Castle, the Sone defensive war, and the Battle of Ogaki-jo Castle, and was given Kariya City that was worth 30,000 koku (approximately 1.8 million liters of crop yield) in addition to his territory.
  519. At the Battle of Sekigahara, he was deceived to be in a position of supreme commander of the Western Camp by force.
  520. At the Battle of Shizugatake in 1583, he followed Hideyoshi to attack Nishiho-jo Castle of the Fuwa clan who followed Katsuie SHIBATA.
  521. At the Battle of Takehiro in 1571, to obstruct the southern expansion of Nobutomo AKIYAMA who had been sent before the Takeda clan, Yoshikatsu cooperated with his relative, the Noda Suganuma clan, and unfortunately he was killed.
  522. At the Battle of Toba and Fushimi in January 1868, at first he intended to support the former Tokugawa troop.
  523. At the Battle of Toba-Fushimi in 1868, Kiyotaka KURODA fought as the first captain of the Satsuma Domain's rifle troops.
  524. At the Battle of Tsukiokano, Ecchu Province, taking place on November 3, 1578, the Oda's army defeated the Uesugi's army, where Nobuyoshi distinguished himself by capturing Imaizumi-jo Castle which was the Uesugi's foothold in Ecchu Province.
  525. At the Battle of Ueno, troops commanded by Omura put down a rebellion by the Shogun's elite Shogitai in a single day.
  526. At the Battle of Uji-gawa River, however, he impressively distinguished himself, arriving as the vanguard, urging his men across the river and leading them to victory (Yorimasa died in the battle).
  527. At the Battle of WADA in 1213 Tokikane YOKOYAMA and his party reinforced Yoshimori WADA, and suffered a crushing defeat in Kamakura.
  528. At the Battle of Wada in 1213, there were numbers of the Matsuda family members, who took sides with Yoshimori WADA.
  529. At the Battle of Yamasaki in 1582, however, Yoshisada sided with Mitsuhide AKECHI.
  530. At the Battle of Yamasaki in which Yoritaka participated following Nobutaka, when Mitsuhide died and consequently Katsuie SHIBATA and Nobutaka ODA fought against Hideyoshi, Yoritaka served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and participated in the attack on Gifu-jo Castle of Nobutaka ODA.
  531. At the Battle of Yamazaki, Masachika took the lead as Akechi's spearhead convoy from the mountain side together with the force led by Yasuie NAMIKAWA.
  532. At the Boshin War, 1100 soldiers of this army fought as the main force of the Old Shogunate army.
  533. At the Boshin War, Jinmaku went to Kyoto to protect Tadayoshi SHIMAZU, the lord of the Satsuma Domain.
  534. At the Budget Committee of the House of Representatives on March 14, 1927, he made a false comment as the Minister of Finance, 'Tokyo Watanabe Bank finally filed for bankruptcy,' although the bank did not go into liquidation.
  535. At the Bunroku-Keicho War (1592 to 1598), Fujimasa's master, Sadatsugu departed for the front and Fujimasa played the role of 'rusuiyaku' (a person representing the master during his absence).
  536. At the Chiso Museum, various costutme-related art works and materials are preserved, parts of which are exhibited at Chiso Kimono Gallery (at the second floor of head office building) and also loaned out to other museums.
  537. At the Council for Transportation in the Kinki region, a plan for operation of the Nara Line through to the Tokaido Main Line (JR Kyoto Line) in the future is under discussion (there was once an overnight service from the late evening of December 31 to the early morning of January 1).
  538. At the Coup of August 18 (old calendar), Niimi went into action with Serizawa and Kondo, and fought as rear guard.
  539. At the Coup of August 18 (old calendar), Noguchi also went into action.
  540. At the Coup of the Third Year of Jisho in 1179, he became Kazusa no suke (Assistant Governor of Kazusa Province) in place of FUJIWARA no Tameyasu, who had been dismissed, and was also appointed as Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  541. At the Doshisha Eve held in 2006, people inscribed words on the beam that was to be used for the repair work; the beam was said to be durable for at least 100 years.
  542. At the Edo residence of the Sakura Domain (currently, Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture), he was born the first son of Tsuneaki ASAI, a feudal retainer of the domain.
  543. At the Emperor Suzaku's fiftieth jubilee, a music concert performed by women is to be held, and Genji teaches Onna San no Miya the koto.
  544. At the Expedition to Taiwan, he was transferred to Taiwan Banchi Seitogun (the expeditionary force to the unexplored territory of Taiwan).
  545. At the Face (south) side of the shinden, a garden with a pond with an island in it, into which a stream from outside flows, was built.
  546. At the First Gymnastics Exhibition in May 1922, which was hosted by the Ministry of Education, Funakoshi gave a karate demonstration.
  547. At the Fujishiro Hill, a stone monument inscribed with a poem supposedly composed in memory of Arima no miko by an unknown composer stands: 'Having walked over the Fujishiro Hill, the white cloth of my sleeves is wet with tears.'
  548. At the Fuyu no jin (the Winter War of Osaka), he fought at the Sanada-maru (Sanada Barbican) which was defended by Nobushige SANADA (also known as Yukimura SANADA), who was the greatest commander of the Toyotomi clan.
  549. At the Gakumonjo, on a fixed day of each month, lectures or discussions on scriptures were given along with short or long quizzes.
  550. At the Genko War, Tomohira KOBAYAKAWA was on the side of the Rokuhara Tandai (the office of shogunal deputy in Kyoto placed by the Kamakura shogunate) and fought for them, so the Kenmu Government took the Nuta Honjo but with the mediation of the Takehara-Kobayakawa clan, the estate was guaranteed by the government.
  551. At the Gion-sha Shrine, lower ranking jinin called 'inu jinin' served to clean the shrine, provided security at Yama-hoko junko (float procession), and had the privilege to participate in cleaning and attending funerals across Kyoto.
  552. At the Gojoten-jinja Shrine in the capital, government officials hung quivers on the shrine door as a symbol of 'banishment' to take responsibility in a national crisis, and according to "Tsurezuregusa" (Essays in Idleness), similar things were done at the Yuki-jinja Shrine.
  553. At the Hakodate War, he was a close aide to Toshizo HIJIKATA and he held memorial services for the repose of HIJIKATA's soul for all his life.
  554. At the Hatanaka-jo Castle, the castle soldiers consisting of jizamurai and farmers of Hine County fought against Kazuuji NAKAMURA.
  555. At the Higashikido of the Ikuta fortress entrance, Shigehira who was the second in command, leading eight thousand cavalrymen, headed to the Yumeno fortress entrance (hilly section of the city) to rescue the Taira clan who was in crisis because of the attack from Yoshisada YASUDA and Yukitsuna.
  556. At the Hogen War in 1156 he participated in the war on the side of Emperor Goshirakawa with TAIRA no Kiyomori.
  557. At the Hogen War in 1156, he took part in the army of Retired Emperor Sutoku under Yorinaga's command, and formed its main unit along with Tameyoshi and TAIRA no Tadamasa.
  558. At the Hogen War, Tadakiyo led the vanguard of the TAIRA no Kiyomori's force and fought with MINAMOTO no Tametomo.
  559. At the Honnoji Incident, he did not support Mitsuhide AKECHI, his own relative, and served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, who later became tenkabito (person becoming the ruler of the country).
  560. At the Honnoji Incident, he stayed in Nijo-jo Castle together with Nobutada ODA, and was killed in a fight there.
  561. At the Horyu-ji Temple on each January 26 (the memorial day of the fire in the Kondo), 'Kondo hekiga shoson jishuku hoyo' (Buddhist memorial service in self-discipline for the burnout of wall paintings within the main temple structure) is held at the Kondo and the repository, and a fire drill is carried out afterwards.
  562. At the Ichimura-za Theater, he selected and trained Kikugoro ONOE (the sixth) and Kichiemon NAKAMURA, and the theater became highly popular.
  563. At the Imperial Council of July 2, the 'outline of Imperial policy following changes in circumstances' was approved.
  564. At the Imperial Council of September 6, the 'guideline for the execution of Imperial policy' was approved.
  565. At the Imperial Court, debate took place on the presentation of an achievement award, during which Morosuke's older brother, Saneyori, asserted that Tadafumi had not qualified.
  566. At the Imperial Court, it was customary to drink toso as the first cup, byakusan as the second cup and doshosan as the third cup.
  567. At the Imperial Palace, according to "Seikyuki" (volume 8, shoshoji), Giyo-den, Kurodo-dokoro/Ryoki-den and Jiju-den were used as Osamedono for inherited Imperial treasures, other general Imperial treasures and papers/folding screens respectively.
  568. At the Incident of Hoko-ji Temple Bell, which triggered the Siege of Osaka in 1615, along with Masazumi HONDA and others, he proposed hard-line measures against the Court.
  569. At the Izumo-daijingu Shrine in Tanba (Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture), she is the main goddess worshipped along with Okuninushi no kami, and is considered the empress of Okuninushi no kami.
  570. At the Izumo-taisha Shrine and the Usa Hachiman Shrine, visitors are required to clap hands four times instead of twice.
  571. At the JR Ticket office of the JR West, the Suica, PiTaPa and TOICA cards can be recharged with a credit card.
  572. At the January Tournament of 1882, he made his debut with the name of Nishinoumi set at the Makuuchi (top) rank.
  573. At the Jimoku of September 11, Yoshinaka was transferred to the post of Iyo no kami (Governor of Iyo Province) and Yukiie to the post of Bizen no kami (Governor of Bizen Province) ("Hyakuren sho," entry of September 11).
  574. At the Jinmon school, they sometimes chant 'Namunichijinsonshonin.'
  575. At the Jinshin War of 672, Kunimi supported Oama no Miko (Oshiama no Miko or Prince Oama who became Emperor Tenmu following the victory in the war), and he served three consecutive generations of Emperor Tenmu, Empress Jito and Emperor Monmu.
  576. At the Jinshin War of 672, he supported Oama no Miko (Oshiama no Miko or Prince Oama who became Emperor Tenmu following the victory in the war) and guarded Iwate-no-michi Road.
  577. At the Jinshin War of 672, he supported Oama no Miko (Prince Oama who became Emperor Tenmu following the victory in the war).
  578. At the Jinshin War, Hatayasu was appointed to a general by the Omi court with Otomo no Miko (Prince Otomo) at the top.
  579. At the Jinshin War, OTOMO no Fukei raised his army on June 29 (in old lunar calender) at Yamato City of the Asuka region (the south of Nara Basin) to support Oama no Miko; he was defeated at a battle at Mt. Nara (the north of the basin) on July 4, and his army retreated to Kanazunanoi.
  580. At the Jinshin War, in 672, he followed Prince Takechi, who took the side of Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu), made an escape from the capital and became one of the leaders of the reinforcement to the district of Yamato Province after that.
  581. At the Kakuriyama remains (from the beginning of earlier Jomon period) in Kagoshima City, the remains of tateanajukyogun with sixteen dwellings, of the thirty-three fire pits with smoke paths, and of the seventeen underground pit ovens were discovered.
  582. At the Kamakura bakufu, for a few days from the first day of the year, the Hojo clan and other prominent gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate) presented the Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") with oban together with swords, good horses, and bows and arrows.
  583. At the Kamikoma Station or stations to the north of Kamikoma Station, purple letters are used on the timetable boards.
  584. At the Kamo Mitarashi Tea House, five dumplings are stuck on a stick, toasted until their surfaces are slightly burned, and coated with a sauce of arrowroot starch seasoned with soy sauce and sugar.
  585. At the Kanno Disturbance which was developed from internal conflict of the Ashikaga family to fight between Takauji ASHIKAGA, Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") and Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA, a younger brother of Takauji, Sadayo and his father joined to the Shogun group.
  586. At the Kanno Disturbance, Kyoto was recaptured and the era was unified (Shohei itto), but it collapsed within half a year.
  587. At the Kanno Disturbance, which was escalated from the internal conflict of the Ashikaga family, he took sides with Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA, Takauji's brother.
  588. At the Kashikodokoro, 'Kashikodokoro no Gi' (Ceremony in the Sanctuary in the Imperial Palace) is performed at the same time as 'Kenji Togyo no Gi' to inform the gods of the completed enthronement.
  589. At the Kinmon Incident he led the resistance army.
  590. At the Kinmon Incident in July of 1864, he rendered his service to the Choshu clan by communicating information.
  591. At the Kinmon Rebellion in 1864 he led the Shogunate army and he himself attacked the Choshu army that had occupied the Takatsukasa Residence.
  592. At the Kiyosu conference, Hideyoshi decided to elect Hidenobu ODA (the eldest legitimate son of Nobutada ODA) as the successor to Nobunaga, over Nobutaka ODA (Nobunaga's third son) who was recommended by Katsuie SHIBATA.
  593. At the Kiyosu conference, Sanboshi (Hidenobu ODA) who was an orphan of Nobutada was nominated as a successor of the Oda clan and the real power of the Oda clan and the realm were transferred to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI who became a conservator.
  594. At the Kiyosu conference, he was assigned as daikan for territory owned directly by Hidenobu ODA and Hidenobu's guardian.
  595. At the Kofuku-ji Temple he studied Zen and vijnapti-matra (aka yuishiki or consciousness-only, a theory that all existence is subjective and nothing exists outside of the mind).
  596. At the Kogosho Conference which was held on January 3, 1868, the representatives of the domains of Satsuma, Owari, Echizen and Geishu gathered; Yodo, although he was late and drunk, attended.
  597. At the Koryaku Coup Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA who recommended Ryoshun for the position of Kyushu Tandai fell from power and passed away in 1392, then Yoshimasa SHIBA of the anti-Hosokawa group took over the Kanrei position.
  598. At the Kugyo-gijo, the majority was reluctant to dispatch samurai.
  599. At the Kusuko Incident, Imperial Princess Asahara did not accompany the Retired Emperor Heizei, she resigned the position of Empress, and her half sister, Imperial Princess Oyake also left her position as Empress at the same time in June and July 812.
  600. At the Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa, which is also sponsored by the Consortium of Universities in Kyoto, new films are screened at Kyoto Kaikan Hall.
  601. At the Meiji Restoration government
  602. At the Meiji Restoration he was full-time advisor to the Office of the Supreme Head (effectively the first prime minister), proposing enlightened policies such as 'the public election of governmental officials' in line with 'the Constitution of 1868' from the very beginning.
  603. At the Meiji Restoration in 1868, he was named Shokoinnomiya, returned to secular life, and was called Imperial Prince Satonari again.
  604. At the Mikawa Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers in Mikawa Province) in 1563, he achieved military exploits devoting himself to Ieyasu as an enemy to most of the Honda families.
  605. At the Mito-jinja Shrine, Kyoto Prefecture's registered cultural property, 'Okage odorizu ema,' remains.
  606. At the Murayaniimasumifutsuhime-jinja Shrine (Tawaramoto-cho, Shiki-gun, Nara Prefecture), she is the main goddess worshipped along with Omononushi no kami, and is considered the empress of Omononushi no kami.
  607. At the Muromachi bakufu, there was a ceremony where prominent Shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lord as provincial constable) family heads (toryo) served oban to the shogun and ate together, and the date to serve oban at the shogun's place was chosen for each Daimyo family.
  608. At the National Assembly Association of the same year, it was voted that a constitution-forming body should be established before the opening of the National Diet, and each province began formulating constituion drafts.
  609. At the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, when the sun is close to the horizon, the angle is estimated to be 35 minutes 8 seconds.
  610. At the New Year in 1460 of the following year, he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) non-Councilor, raised to the rank of Court noble and was appointed Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) in June of the same year.
  611. At the New Year of 1262, he became Senior Third Rank and at the New Year of 1269, he became Junior Second Rank.
  612. At the New Year of 1854, Perry and his squadron visited again to urge Japan to open the country.
  613. At the New Year, they were in Iga and then traveled through the Kyoto and Osaka area, stayed in Atsuta for a while, went across Kai Province and finally headed back to Edo.
  614. At the Nijo mansion, there were grand ceremonies to celebrate the young lady's coming-of-age without delay.
  615. At the Nyogo's residence filled with the aroma of tachibana (mandarin orange tree) flowers, Genji talked with Nyogo quietly about the singing of little cuckoos which reminded him of the old days, and later secretly visited San no kimi.
  616. At the Onin War in 1467, he joined the East squad of the Hosokawa clan and moved his troops to Kyoto, where he took part in the battle around the Shokoku-ji Temple.
  617. At the Orthodox Church, a post called diakonosu in Greek is currently called hosai (deacon).
  618. At the Rising of Prince Mochihito in May, 1180, Tadakiyo chased Prince Mochihito with his brother Kageie and his legitimate son Tadatsuna.
  619. At the Second Subjugation of Choshu in 1866, Yoshinobu suppressed interferences from Satsuma-han Clan and received a direct order from the Emperor to subjugate Choshu.
  620. At the Seijukan, anyone who wanted to be an auditor, even if not a medical student, was allowed to audit lectures, and Kinga often gave lectures on the Secchugaku (eclecticism).
  621. At the Seinan War he was not accused of a crime because he had not been involved in the war, having been involved in the secretary work of the Imperial visit to Nara and proposal of construction of Yoshino no miya Shrine.
  622. At the Siege of Hojujidono Temple he incarcerated the Monk-Emperor and Emperor Go-Toba and became Seii Taishogun (currently, it is widely believed to be Seito Taishogun), but 10 days later he was defeated at Awazu in Omi Province by the troops of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune sent by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo.
  623. At the Siege of Odawara, he intercepted and beat back the naval warriors of the Gohojo clan led by Kagemune KAJIWARA.
  624. At the Siege of Osaka starting from 1614, he became Taisho (general) in charge of the Kawachi entrance, leading territorial lords of Mino Province.
  625. At the Siege of Osaka starting from 1615, he participated in the Domyoji War.
  626. At the Siege of Osaka, he departed for the front as the chief of military patrol and in 1616 he was transferred to the Shimotsuma Domain in Hitachi Province holding 20,000 koku for his achievements.
  627. At the Sokui no rei, 37,000 Imperial guards and police officers, were mobilized to guard the ceremonies and protect VIPs, more than at the time of Imperial funeral ceremony of Emperor Showa where 32,000 were mobilized.
  628. At the Taika period, Emperor Kotoku decided to build Nagara no Toyosaki no Miya in Naniwa, and Emperor Tenchi moved the palace to Omi no Otsu no Miya.
  629. At the Tekijuku, he read and copied the original Dutch books, and sometimes performed chemical experiments according to the books.
  630. At the Tekijuku, he was treated with kindness by the personnel, who were actively involved with the Meiji Restoration including Masujiro OMURA.
  631. At the Tenmei Famine, the Emperor demanded that the government rescue people, and in regard to the conflict between Japan and Russia in the north, he made the government report the situation to him, whereupon he tried to restore the authority of the Imperial Palace.
  632. At the Toi invasion in 1019, Morochika was kidnapped by Toi's ship with his mother, wife, sister, aunt, followers and many others; but he broke free from the ship by himself on the ship's way back home.
  633. At the Toji Lecture Hall, in Kyoto, there is a wooden statue on a white elephant, which is characteristic of Mikkyo.(first stage of the Heian period)
  634. At the Tsukubasan-jinja Shrine in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, there is a statue of Koshiro FUJITA.
  635. At the War of Zenshu UESUGI from 1416, he took sides with Zenshu UESUGI and fought against Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, but there was no fact that he was hunted down by the shogunate.
  636. At the World's Columbian Exposition held in 1893, due to the wishes of Kuki and Tenshin, the exhibition of Japan was traditional and focused on Nihonga (Japanese-style Painting).
  637. At the Xinglongwa site located in Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia, remains of an approximately 7,400 to 8,200 years old moat settlement were discovered.
  638. At the Yakushi-ji Temple in Nara, a stone slab inscribed with Bussokusekika stands next to the Buddha's Footprint Stone.
  639. At the Yatsushiro Municipal Museum and the Matsui Bunko library in Yatsushiro City, Kumamoto Prefecture, there are many of historical materials of the Matsui family for generations, which survived the air raid in the World War II, and the work is proceeding with these materials
  640. At the actual spot of Kanjumaru's capture near Tawarayama Hot Spring in Yamaguchi Prefecture, there is a temple called Mara-kannon Temple built by the villagers who felt sympathy for Kanjumaru.
  641. At the age of 10, he entered the Buddhist priesthood under the guidance of Dohan ISSEN of Ryuko-ji Temple.
  642. At the age of 105, she died in Kamakura in 2000.
  643. At the age of 12, Ryoma started studying at Kusuyama-juku private school in Kodakasaka but he left school later.
  644. At the age of 12, he entered Tokyofu daiichi chugaku seisokuka (later furitsu icchu, present Tokyo toritsu Hibiya senior high school).
  645. At the age of 12, he entered the Buddhist priesthood under Ekkei Shuken of Myoshin-ji Temple in Kyoto, and practiced asceticism at the Kennin-ji Temple in Kyoto and Sogen-ji Temple in Okayama Prefecture.
  646. At the age of 12, he served Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, and came up to Kyoto after becoming ronin(masterless samurai).
  647. At the age of 13, he aspired to become a poet of haikai (seventeen-syllable verse), and at the beginning he learned the art under Sooku.
  648. At the age of 13, he became a priest at Jufuku-ji Temple in Kamakura to study Buddhism under Jakuan Joso, and later practiced Zen meditation under Yishan Yining of Enkaku-ji Temple.
  649. At the age of 13, he entered the Buddhist priesthood in the Ganjo-ji Temple in Abe, Kyoto, and was trained in To-ji Temple and Tofuku-ji Temple.
  650. At the age of 13, he was articled to the Hirata family and became a sailor and porter of the ship of his master, Sajiro HIRATA, and at age 18 became a manager and at age 23 bought up Ihomaru, a ship carrying a load of 500 koku, and as a ship-owner he was in the business of carrying cargoes between Edo and Yokkaichi.
  651. At the age of 14, GYOTOKU received a Kinjo KANAE's guidance for nanga (a school of painting originating in China).
  652. At the age of 14, he became a priest at Noman-ji Temple in Kikuta-no-kori, Mutsu Province, his homeland, and learned Jodo doctrine at Nagoe Danrin Buddhist School.
  653. At the age of 14, he enrolled in Benji HINENO's dojo, a martial arts school, in Kochi castle town and learned the swordsmanship of the Oguri-ryu style that the lower-rank samurai learns.
  654. At the age of 14, he entered the priesthood, attending to Chiman, and studied the teachings of the Ritsushu sect and the Tendaishu sect under Daoan and Hongjing.
  655. At the age of 14, he was appointed to Suruga no kuni kokushi (the provincial governor of Suruga Province) in the rank system of Japan and assumed the post of Kurodo Juhakken Mokudai at age of 17.
  656. At the age of 15 (an alternate theory suggests at the age of 13) he was ordained by Koen, who was also at Mt. Hiei-zan.
  657. At the age of 15, he studied under Kakanin Tankei and wrote "Nishidani Meimoku Gendan."
  658. At the age of 15, he was appointed instructor of Chinese classics reading.
  659. At the age of 15, he was given the title of Imperial Prince, designated as the governor of Kozuke Province, appointed to the positions of Nakatsukasa kyo (Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs) and Shikibu kyo (Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonial), and awarded the rank of Ippon (First Order for an Imperial Princes).
  660. At the age of 15, she debuted as a geigi, and obtained her license at the age of 18, which was unprecedented.
  661. At the age of 16, Eiko became a legal wife of a son of Ariyoshi, Karo (chief retainer) of the Hosokawa clan in the Kyushu region after he bought her contractual freedom.
  662. At the age of 16, Sengoro returned to Kyoto on command of the iemoto to revive the Shigeyama family.
  663. At the age of 16, he entered the priesthood at Mt. Hiei, and he studied Tendai sect under Enshu.
  664. At the age of 16, he served as a Fushin bugyo (shogunate administrator of activities by a community, such as cleaning or fixing stone wall) of Honkoku-ji Temple which was a temporary accommodation for Shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA at that time, then he experienced a variety of bugyoshoku (magistrate) positions and became one of promising close advisers.
  665. At the age of 17 he became a priest at Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt Hiei, and then Inju (the chief of a temple) of Seiko-in in Saito (Western Section) on Mt. Hiei.
  666. At the age of 17, Ichiyo was forced to support her family as its head and, in 1890, she lived in the house of the Nakajima family as a Haginoya apprentice.
  667. At the age of 17, he had a quarrel with his superior and was forced out of office being slandered.
  668. At the age of 17, he learned Zen from Unpo Osho at Zuio-ji Temple, (which was is in Ako) the Myoshin-ji Temple school of the Rinzai sect.
  669. At the age of 17, he participated in the battle for the suppression of Totomi Province together with his older brother, Tadayo.
  670. At the age of 17, he was known as one of the `three iron-hearted young brave samurai' of Asakura along with Sanemoto MAGARA (Juro-Saburo) and Nagataka MURAKAMI (Shozo).
  671. At the age of 17, she served at the court as Naishi no suke oyatoi (employed as most significant maid of honor) and received Ae for her name.
  672. At the age of 18, appearing in "浪華画家名流" (list of painter in Osaka Prefecture), Gyokuro was recognized as a painter.
  673. At the age of 18, he became a priest studying under Meion GIZAN, and trained himself in Buddhist ascetic practices at the Kennin-ji Temple in Kyoto and the Zuisen-ji Temple at Inuyama, Owari Province.
  674. At the age of 18, he entered a private school called Yoshido run by Shuhaku AZAI to study traditional Chinese medicine, while he also studied Confucianism under Ansai YAMAZAKI and Jinsai ITO at the same time.
  675. At the age of 18, he entered into priesthood under Seirai in Ryuzan-ji Temple.
  676. At the age of 19 he abdicated the throne, left the Imperial Palace and shaved his head in order to become a priest.
  677. At the age of 19, Yasuhisa joined the Honinbo school under the 19th Iemoto Honinbo Shuei, having been invited by Gyokukin KIN (KIM Ok-gyun).
  678. At the age of 19, he ascended Mt. Koya where he studied Esoteric Buddhism under Shinko of Hosho-in Temple before taking over from his master as head of Hosho-in Temple in 1374.
  679. At the age of 19, he entered Shoheizaka Gakumonjo, a shogunate school in Edo, where he met Shinshichi ARIMA.
  680. At the age of 2, she left her parents to live in Nagoya City and at the age of 4, she was adopted to be named Hisa SAKAI.
  681. At the age of 20 he went to Edo and studied Haikai under Hajin HAYANO (Soua YAHANTEI).
  682. At the age of 20 in 1924, he made a debut as a bit-part actor in "Dorobo Nikki " (the Thief's Journal) directed by Eiho MIYOSHI (Shojiro OGASAWARA) or in "Kaizokuto" (a pirate island) directed by Meiho Ogasawara, who is a brother of Eiho MIYOSHI (Shojiro OGASAWARA).
  683. At the age of 20, he transferred the family business of sake brewing industry to his younger brother, went out to Edo, and studied Sinology under Gaho HAYASHI, and even entered the government service temporarily.
  684. At the age of 20, she went up to Kyoto to become geisya (a woman who gives fun with a song, a dance or a music instrument at a feast) and gave birth to a boy, however, since her son was an illegitimate child, she took him and went back to her hometown, Hikone.
  685. At the age of 20, she wrote 'Kareobana Hitomoto' (Withered Grass).
  686. At the age of 21, he followed a command of the clan to go to Edo and studied under Heizo NAKAMURA, Jiutai-kata (Noh chorus) of Konparu-ryu school.
  687. At the age of 21, he published his own inpu (compilation of seal marks), "Kendo Inpu" and "Kendo 印藪," both highly admired by Shochiku SHINOZAKI, Tanso HIROSE and Haisen KUSABA in the preface.
  688. At the age of 21, he was involved with the translation of "Ontleedkundige Tafelen" which was a Dutch medical text.
  689. At the age of 22, he was adopted by Kenzo AOKI (1815-1870) who was the director of Meirinkan Koseido (a medical institute) and later became the chief imperial doctor, and Danshichi became shizoku (warrior class).
  690. At the age of 22, he was adopted to the Nakai family to engage their family business, metal-casting.
  691. At the age of 22, he went over to China (the Yuan Dynasty) and studied Zen meditation under Togan Jojitsu and Kurin Seimu in Mt. Tendo.
  692. At the age of 22, he went to Edo to enter Gentaku OTSUKI's private school called Shiran-do, and after that, he followed one of the best four of Shiran-do, Sanpaku INAMURA who moved to Kyoto, and studied Western learning and Western medical science under him.
  693. At the age of 22, his talent attracted the attention of Nariakira SHIMAZU (the lord of Satsuma clan), so that he was involved in Shuseikan (Western-style industrial complex) project, reinforcement of the Navy of Satsuma clan, the construction of warships and a reverberatory furnace to lay the foundations of modern navy.
  694. At the age of 22, she married Kaken KAWACHI, a Lieutenant Colonel.
  695. At the age of 23, he studied "Dainichikyosho" under Chidatsu.
  696. At the age of 23, he traveled to Mutsu out of the respect to Hikokuro TAKAYAMA, and on the way back, paid a call on Shihei HAYASHI (who was 53) (there are both theories that he could actually meet him and that not).
  697. At the age of 23, when his father died, he took his father's name Genzaemon MASUYA (ITO) and became the fourth generation owner of the family business.
  698. At the age of 24, Kinga abandoned his family profession of doctor of the Kasama Domain so as to become a Confucianist, and he first temporarily lived in Komagome where he gathered auditors and lectured in front of them.
  699. At the age of 24, his father Emperor Kiritsubo abdicated the throne in favor of his son (between the chapters of 'Hana no En' (The Festival of the Cherry Blossoms) and 'Aoi').
  700. At the age of 25, he opened a private school, Shuhoken, in Marutamachi, Kyoto, where he taught many students.
  701. At the age of 26, a quarter of a century before the succession to the name, he married Okichi, and in the next year, the eldest son Hyozo KATSU II to be Nanboku TSURUYA V was born.
  702. At the age of 26, he learned Confucianism from Shochiku SHINOZAKI in Osaka.
  703. At the age of 26, she was ousted by Kimiko SAIONJI, Chugu (Empress) of Gofukakusa-in and left the Imperial Palace, but returned to the Palace as nyobo (court lady) of Kitsuko SAIONJI (Empress of Emperor Gosaga and mother of Emperors Gofukakusa and Kameyama) two years later.
  704. At the age of 27 he became disciple to Myoritsu, and after Myoritsu's death in 1690, he, together with Myoritsu's disciples, worked hard to restore the style of the priest.
  705. At the age of 27, Senro surprisingly received a replay when he sent a letter to Shoseki GO due to great respect towards him.
  706. At the age of 27, he delivered lectures on "Shoshujukogiron" (Dasapadarthi).
  707. At the age of 27, he worked for the Ministry of Education and the University of Tokyo.
  708. At the age of 28, he was appointed Shoshamotsu bugyo (magistrate in charge of transcription by handwriting) in Edo (present Tokyo) and later he was assigned to take charge of official duties in Kyoto.
  709. At the age of 29, Yoshimasa thought of retiring, transferring the position of Shogun to his real younger brother Yoshihiro, Monzeki (chief priest of a temple qualified to accept a member of the imperial family or of the nobility) of Jodoji Temple, by reason of the absence of an inheriting son, born to either Tomiko or the concubine.
  710. At the age of 29, despite of his father's death, he left his family business in a head clerk's hand and devoted himself to creating more art pieces.
  711. At the age of 29, he became a disciple of Suo NUKINA in Kyoto.
  712. At the age of 29, he was appointed a giseisho-gakari, a member of the chief policy-making body of the domain.
  713. At the age of 30, Myoryu became the fifth chief priest of Yagoto Mountain Kosho-ji Temple.
  714. At the age of 30, he finally traveled to Qing and developed close bond with Shoseki in Shanghai City.
  715. At the age of 32, after the period of mourning his father, Masae, was over, he departed for the travel to investigate all the Imperial mausoleums (December 24, 1799 - July 15, 1800).
  716. At the age of 33, he was named Monjo Hakase (Professor of Literature).
  717. At the age of 34, Kinga was given a free hand to administer a private medical school Seijukan, where he also gave lectures himself, by a medical scholar Rankei TAKI, who had heard people speak highly of Kinga,.
  718. At the age of 34, his left hand was burned off as the result.
  719. At the age of 34, she became the first certified female doctor in modern Japan.
  720. At the age of 35, he gave Kihaku-in Temple over to Hojibo, and built a thatched hut 'Gosho-an' at Okazaki in Rakuto (east of Kyoto).
  721. At the age of 36, he entered into priesthood taking Jikei Daishi (Gansan Daishi) Ryogen as his teacher.
  722. At the age of 36, however, an incident related to Daini YAMAGATA happened, which turned out to be the greatest danger in Kinga's whole life.
  723. At the age of 37, he moved to Kyoto and studied under KADA no Azumamaro, but in 1736 his teacher died and he moved to Edo in 1738.
  724. At the age of 39, she remarried over opposition to Yukiyoshi SHIKATA, a student of Doshisha University who was 13-year junior to her and a devout Christian who was baptized by Joseph Hardy Neesima (Joe NIIJIMA).
  725. At the age of 40 in 960, Seimei was still a Tenmon tokugyou no sho (researcher of astrology); in 972, he was promoted to tenmon hakase ("Chikanobu kyo ki") and was ranked as jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) Sakyo no gon no daibu (Provisional Master of the Eastern Capital Offices).
  726. At the age of 40, he moved to Kitanosho (now Fukui City) and stayed there for more than twenty years, and then moved to Edo, where he finished his life full of ups and downs.
  727. At the age of 42 or 43, his mother passed away, and he became a priest quickly due to his mother's death and his own sickness.
  728. At the age of 45, he hosted a free lecture at his rented residence and taught the thought called Sekimon-shingaku.
  729. At the age of 47 he served as Kogogu Gon no Daibu (Provisional Master of the Empress's Household) as a second post.
  730. At the age of 48, he moved to Hokkaido.
  731. At the age of 55.
  732. At the age of 6 (in Japanese counting, it was 5 years old), he was allowed to enter a domain school named Songido, and learned Chinese classics and Western studies from Tando TAKAHASHI, Kikuro KURODA and Gesshu IWAGAKI.
  733. At the age of 6, she was trained at the Inoue school of dance, made her debut at the Miyako Odori (dance performance held in April by geisha and maiko in Kyoto's Gion district), and began performing as a maiko (apprentice geisha) at the age of 15.
  734. At the age of 62, he left for the new position of Juji of Itei-an Temple, Tsushima (province) for a period of two years.
  735. At the age of 62, she completely got out of medical practice, closing her maternity hospital in Nagasaki, and went up to Tokyo to live with her daughter's family.
  736. At the age of 7, Jyogyo was to be sent to Ninna-ji Temple, and Yoritomo secretly came to see him off.
  737. At the age of 7, he became a lord of Murata Fort and owned Shibata and Katta Counties with a total stipend of 30,000-koku crop yield.
  738. At the age of 71, he moved to Edo by the order of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to become an instructor in the medical science school.
  739. At the age of 9, he was employed as a servant boy by Mitsushige NABESHIMA (the second lord of Saga Domain)
  740. At the age of Mappo, people shall be rescued not by Shakyamuni Buddha, but by Nichiren, Konpon-butsu (Primordial Buddha) existing in an infinite time frame which began from infinitely remote past.
  741. At the age of about 30 she became a concubine of FUJIWARA no Tameie, and she gave birth to Tamesuke Reizei.
  742. At the age of about nine, he was apprenticed to Shuzo KONDO, who taught the Tennen Rishin-ryu style of martial arts at a dojo in Ichigaya, Edo, and it was here at the Shieikan dojo that he met fellow students Isami KONDO and Toshizo HIJIKATA, who would later be central in the formation of the Shinsengumi.
  743. At the age of around 30, he started painting Sashie (illustrations) for Ninjobon (a romantic genre of fiction) and Yomihon (reader) and took on Sashie for "Nanso Satomi Hakkenden" (the story of eight dog samurai and a princess of Satomi family in Nanso region) by Bakin KYOKUTEI.
  744. At the age of around ten, boys started living on the premises and doing errands and miscellaneous affairs.
  745. At the age of fifteen, he ran away from his grandfather's place, and moved from place to place after staying in the Province of Yamato.
  746. At the age of fifty-seven, he was provided with the myojitaito right by the Edo bakufu due to his accomplishments of geographical measuring of the Ezo area, and it was after this that he became able to use the family name of 'INO' outside Sawara as well.
  747. At the age of fifty-six, when Munesuke had reached the position of Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state), he encountered a special person.
  748. At the age of five, he was adopted from the Goto family in Osaka by Roppeita KITA (14th) of the Kita school
  749. At the age of four, he was adopted as a son of Shoshu, the 16th head priest of Kosho-ji Temple.
  750. At the age of four, he was adopted by Yoshigoro (吉五郎) TSURUMA who ran the catering business 'Uoyoshi' (魚吉) in Shinyoshiwara, Asakusa.
  751. At the age of fourteen he went on to Tokyo English School (present day Aoyama Gakuin University), which he later dropped out of.
  752. At the age of fourteen, he celebrated his coming of age and was steadily promoted in February as Chujo (Middle Captain) and in the autumn, Ukon chujo and at the age of nineteen, 'Saisho no Chujo' (Consultant Captain).
  753. At the age of seven, he was accepted by Osaka zumo and called himself Umegae.
  754. At the age of seventeen he went up Mt. Koya depending on Reizui, an uncle on his mother's side, and studied hard reading the books in the library on the mountain.
  755. At the age of seventy-three, Meikaku KUSAKABE wrote the inscription at Yamanaka hot springs in Kaga, consuming a period of 150 days.
  756. At the age of six, he became a disciple of Nichiyo, 11th chief priest of Myohon-ji Temple, but Nichiyo died in the same year and Nisshun became Nichiga's teacher.
  757. At the age of six, she started training in the Inoue school.
  758. At the age of thirteen he entered hanko (a domain school), and the following year, he was adopted by Tsunesada MATSUO, who was also a feudal retainer of Tokuyama Domain.
  759. At the age of thirty five, she was ranked Jusango.
  760. At the age of thirty, Tenrai passed the teacher qualification test at the Ministry of Education (the category of shuji (calligraphy), starting his activities as a calligrapher.
  761. At the age of thirty, he worked in the Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards), and, then, he was transferred to Ushoben (Minor Controller of the Right).
  762. At the age of twelve, he succeeded his father as the shoya for Kitagawamura.
  763. At the age when Ukai was described in 'Zuisho' (600), it was an uncommon fishing method, but later cormorant fishing was also established in China.
  764. At the annual festival on October 16, kurabeuma (horse racing) is presented at the horse-riding grounds nearby and the shrine parishioners dress as samurai.
  765. At the appointment ceremony "jimoku", held by personnel of the Imperial court, court ranks and posts were often given at the same time.
  766. At the area adjacent to Hayama Goyotei a monument to commemorate Emperor Showa's succession to the throne is placed.
  767. At the attack against Yoshikage ASAKURA in Echizen in October, all the soldiers of the Nobunaga army were mobilized and destroyed him.
  768. At the back of the Daigokuden, the Konro (roofed corridor with open sides) connected a building called 'Koadono' where the Emperor took a rest when he went out.
  769. At the back of the Jiutaiza there is a door called "Kininguchi" (entrance for nobilities), but this door is not used today.
  770. At the back of the burial chamber a small hole with about 9 centimeters in diameter and some 26 centimeters in depth was detected.
  771. At the banquet, he engraved the seal of 105方 and made it as "Rikikisai Inpu."
  772. At the bathrooms of various temples, the statue of this saint is often placed in accordance with a description of the Shuryogon-gyo sutra.
  773. At the battle against Nobutomo ODA, who was Shugodai (the acting Military Governor) governing the Owari shimo yongun (four counties of Nakashima, Aichi, Kaisa and Kaito) and the lord of Kiyosu-jo Castle, in 1552, he killed Jinsuke SAKAI, the chief retainer of the enemy side.
  774. At the battle at Suwa County, which was the first battle for Kansuke after he served to Shingen, he tricked Yorishige SUWA, the governor of Suwa County in the Sengoku period (period of warring states), to murder him.
  775. At the battle field, they fought as the forerunners of their lords and in peaceful time, they served as the guards (Kachi-gumi (Kachi teams)) of castles or engaged in administrative jobs (metsuke (police)) or subordinates of kanjo-bugyo (commissioner of finance) as middle class managers.
  776. At the battle of Bicchu Takamatsu Castle Hideyoshi requested Nobunaga for relief column because of difficult situation as Terumoto MORI, Motoharu KIKKAWA and Takakage KOBAYAKAWA came to save Takamatsu Castle.
  777. At the battle of Dan no Ura in 1185, his clan's defeat of the Taira clan was decisive.
  778. At the battle of Fukushima Omote, although enemy rushed out of the castle, you killed and captured many enemy soldiers.
  779. At the battle of Kumeda on Mar 5, 1562, Nagayoshi`s younger brother Yoshikata MIYOSHI was killed (a major military result) and Takaya-jo castle was retaken.
  780. At the battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Geni MAEDA who had unwillingly joined the Western Forces was secretly in touch with Ieyasu and was given assurances that he would receive the domain after the battle; thus, the domain of Tanba-Kameyama was established.
  781. At the battle of Sekigahara, he joined the attack unit against Tango Tanabe-jo Castle (Maizuru-jo Castle) and defended the Omi Seta-hashi Bridge, but failed to defend it and fled.
  782. At the battle of Shizugadake, Yoshiaki KATO, Yasuharu WAKISAKA, Nagayasu HIRANO, Takenori KASUYA and Katsumoto KATAGIRI, in addition to Masanori and Kiyomasa who made an extraordinary contribution, are pointed at as 'Nanahonyari (seven lancers) of Shizugadake'.
  783. At the battle of Subuse, the Imperial army suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of Emish/Ezo barbarians.
  784. At the battle of Uji-gawa River in February 1184, he took part in a defensive battle against the forces of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, who had been dispatched by Yoritomo.
  785. At the battle, he served as the spearhead with Kiyohide NAKAGAWA and Ukon TAKAYAMA.
  786. At the battle, the Hashiba army had 24,000 soldiers (some say from 26,000 to 40,000) to the Akechi army's 12,000 (some say from 16,000 to 18,000).
  787. At the battles after Nobunaga retired, such as the punitive battle of the Takeda clan in 1582, Nobunaga designated Nobutada as head of the army.
  788. At the begging of her marriage life, the Empress Teimei was taught civilities and rules of etiquette in the Imperial Court in a stern manner by Yukiko MADENOKOJI, a senior court lady and the educator,; this put the Empress Teimei in a difficult position.
  789. At the beginning Goshun studied Haikai (amusing and playful waka) and literati painting (Nanga: a school of Chinese painting) under Buson YOSA.
  790. At the beginning about ten thousand candles per day were used.
  791. At the beginning he mocked at conservatives as "Chonmage (Topknot) sect", and, in contrast, criticized affected manners of people who advocated opening Japan to the West and liberals by calling them haikara from their symbolic high collar clothes.
  792. At the beginning it was too difficult even for Tenmei himself to read, but most of it has been decoded little by little, with cooperation of his fellow Shintoists and efforts of his wife Minori OKAMOTO after his death.
  793. At the beginning of "Tsukumogami-ki," there is a description that states, "According to 'Inyo Zakki,' tools acquired souls and deceived people's hearts 100 years after they were produced. They were called Tsukumogami."
  794. At the beginning of 1182, Masako conceived her second child.
  795. At the beginning of 1336, Takauji ASHIKAGA was defeated by Yoshisada NITTA, Masashige KUSUNOKI and Akiie KITABATAKE before being driven back to Kyoto and fleeing to Kyushu.
  796. At the beginning of 1874 the Saga War broke out in favor of the subjugation of Korea.
  797. At the beginning of 1940, at the age of 17, she retired from the Takarazuka revue and entered Nikkatsu Corporation, in which she was selected for the role 'Otsu' in "Miyamoto Musashi" with Chiezo Kataoka in the title role directed by Hiroshi INAGAKI to make her movie debut; the movie was released on March 31in the same year.
  798. At the beginning of Battle of Wada, Jiro AIHARA, a "hikan" (low-level bureaucrat) of "Chiba no suke" (Assistant Governor of Chiba Province,) apprehended Anenbo, who was carrying a treasonous circular letter, which triggered the revelation of the treason.
  799. At the beginning of Buddhism in Japan, the ama seemed to play the same role as a shrine maiden who worshiped God.
  800. At the beginning of Edo period, the practice became popular due to the increased reputations of those retainers who followed Tadayoshi MATSUDAIRA and Hideyasu YUKI.
  801. At the beginning of Heian period, Emperor Saga's villa stood on this site in the northeast of Sagano.
  802. At the beginning of June, Kiyomori suddenly forced through the Fukuhara gyoko (imperial visit to Fukuhara).
  803. At the beginning of Kojiki, the name is mentioned as a place from which gods were born in 'ametsuchi no hajime' (the beginning of heaven and earth).
  804. At the beginning of May, Nobutaka ODA was transferred to the commander for an attack of the Shikoku region.
  805. At the beginning of May, the baiu front begins to influence Nansei Islands.
  806. At the beginning of Meiji period, although opposition uprisings broke out throughout Japan after the Kaiho Rei (Emancipation Edict) was put into effect, on the contrary there were few opposition uprisings in the territory of old Choshu Domain.
  807. At the beginning of Meiji period, protection from the Imperial House was lost and the temple became weakened financially and it declined in prosperity.
  808. At the beginning of October, inoko-yakunin (an official in charge of Inoko festival) on duty presented himself at a catering section of the Imperial Court and made a ritual 'Gosu-ukagai' to ask how many number of go (a unit of quantity) of Inoko mochi were required.
  809. At the beginning of Song, not many valued Moshi, and his evaluation was established after intense discussion in early Song.
  810. At the beginning of a war or against enemies charging forward in a rush, they were used to fusillade and stop the advance.
  811. At the beginning of every January, Meijin-sen Tournament and Queen-sen Tournament are held at Omi-jingu Shrine of Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  812. At the beginning of his career, he learned from Kichisaburo ARASHI the Second and called himself Sotaro ARASHI.
  813. At the beginning of the 16th century, Daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) in the Sengoku Period came to appoint powerful Toryo as Daiku (head of builders) (Kunidaiku/Gundaiku) of the Daimyos' own territory and let them control the Bansho in the territory.
  814. At the beginning of the 17th century, the production of tea pottery, such as tea bowls and tea leaf containers, increased as the art of the tea ceremony became more popular.
  815. At the beginning of the 1900s, she left for Europe by herself, performed as an actress, and played a role to introduce Japan.
  816. At the beginning of the 1980s, the project for 'Yamagata sanga' (ginjoshu produced in Yamagata Prefecture) was launched, and sake yeast, Yamagata yeast and Seisei yeast were developed.
  817. At the beginning of the Edo period, it was not unusual for domains not to have an established Yonin role.
  818. At the beginning of the Edo period, there was a movement to restore the Matsudono family.
  819. At the beginning of the Edo period, there was negligible difference between samurai calling themselves 'Kagoshima shuchu' (living near Kagoshima-jo Castle) and Tojoshi (samurai living outside a castle) going by other local/hamlet demarking titles ('Izumi shuchu' or 'Kokubu shuchu').
  820. At the beginning of the Heian Period, Mikkyo, Esoteric Buddhism, was brought to Japan and many 'Mikkyo-zuzo paintings' in Sumi, were produced in order to correctly pass down complicated forms such as a Buddha statue, Buddhist alter accessories, and Mandala, etc.
  821. At the beginning of the Jinshin War, Oama no Miko left Yoshinonomiya Palace (present Nara Prefecture), then in the Imperial Court of Yamato City of Yamato Province (present Nara Prefecture) Otomo no Oji (Prince Otomo who was the enemy of Oama no Miko in the war) formed an army to suppress Oama no Miko and the followers.
  822. At the beginning of the Kainin era (1017-1021), he presented the form of resignation three times, and was granted to retire from duties on December 7, 1026.
  823. At the beginning of the Kamakura period, it was written as follows within 'Kindaikairozekiji' in "Mumyosho" (an essay on tanka poetry) written by KAMO no Chomei:
  824. At the beginning of the Kamakura period, the retainers were forbidden by the First Seii Taishogun MINAMOTO no Yoritomo from assuming a name made up with 'honsei' (real family name) followed by 'imina' (real given name): e.g. TAIRA no Kagetoki.
  825. At the beginning of the Kampyo Era, Tokihira was simultaneously named provincial governor of Sanuki Province and rose to the post of Jusani (Junior Third Rank).
  826. At the beginning of the Meiji era the study of science in Japan was being conducted without considering the effect of treatments.
  827. At the beginning of the Meiji era, tea masters in Ise Province held a tea ceremony exhibition at Ise-jingu Shrine inviting the sojo (headmaster) of the Sen family.
  828. At the beginning of the Meiji period, a statue of Amida (Amitabha), thought to be connected to Shinran, and a wooden statue of Shinran (statue depicting him eating soba noodles) were relocated to the temple from Bukko-ji Temple in Shibutani, Higashiyama.
  829. At the beginning of the Meiji period, it had a governmental system of legislative process (shukai) and administration (shumusho), thus emulating the system of separation of the powers in Western countries.
  830. At the beginning of the Meiji period, the seventh master of the Renge-an again returned to Tokyo and restored the chado in Ikenohata, and he was known as the restorer of Edosenke.
  831. At the beginning of the Meiji period, the temple came to no longer be served by a resident head priest but was revived thanks to the effort of the 47th monzeki, Gyokutai, and 48th monzeki, Ryucho.
  832. At the beginning of the Muromachi bakufu, Seii taishogun (great general) Takauji ASHIKAGA entrusted his real younger brother Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA with a civil administration and a part of the military administration.
  833. At the beginning of the Muromachi period, the Zen sect, such as Nanzen-ji Temple, and the old Buddhist groups, such as Enryaku-ji Temple, often clashed, causing political problems for the new shogunate.
  834. At the beginning of the Muromachi period, the introduction of the hanzei system (the system where the Muromachi bakufu allowed military governors or Shugo to collect half of the taxes from manors and demesnes as military funds) further encroached on ryoke's vested interests.
  835. At the beginning of the Muromachi period, the shisetsu jungyo was included in the capacity and power of Shugo (provincial constable).
  836. At the beginning of the Sengoku Period, battles were repeated by three clans since the Heian Period, the Shoni clan, the Otomo clan, and the Shimazu clan to protect their interests and by kokujin gozoku in each country who were formerly jito to become independent.
  837. At the beginning of the Showa period, Kan SHIMOZAWA interviewed Gennojo's son, Tamesaburo YAGI, collected Gennojo's words and published that in his book "Shinsengumi Ibun".
  838. At the beginning of the Showa period, his son living in his hometown Taki-gun, Mie Prefecture took over him, and in 1941, he ended his life peacefully.
  839. At the beginning of the battle, the former Shogunate forces, which outnumbered the new government's forces, were superior, but the military situation shifted in favor of the new government's forces with their modern military equipment, and the war ended in a victory for them.
  840. At the beginning of the following month, he was awarded the Order of Culture and made an effort to attend the award ceremony at the imperial palace.
  841. At the beginning of the new era on November 2, 1868 (old calendar), he was imprisoned by the Tottori Clan of Inaba Province.
  842. At the beginning of the next year, they attacked Hagi-jo Castle where the central figures of the clan stayed and restored the principle of the clan to 'anti-bakufu', rejecting the conservatism that acknowledged fealty to the bakufu.
  843. At the beginning of the open fishing season, the eggs are immature and small with weak membranes.
  844. At the beginning of the operation, it merely consisted of ordinary cars so a first-class car wasn't connected with it, but half of its front car was converted into a first-class section ("Kuroha 481") right after that, and the conversion of the entire rolling stock was completed until the division and privatization of JNR.
  845. At the beginning of the period from1394 to 1428, Koitomi (also known as Koitsumi, Koizumi), a merchant of Hakata, came back to Japan from Ming and convinced Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, the third shogun of the Muromachi bakufu of the interests of the Japan-Ming trade.
  846. At the beginning of the reign of Emperor Saga, FUJIWARA no Sonohito, the head council of state, lead a policy to rescue farmers (relief of the poor) and control power (influential aristocracy, temples and shrines).
  847. At the beginning of the time when the Ritsuryo system was established, the position of the Emperor in the political decision making was to be unquestioned but from around the ninth century, the noble hierarchy gradually started to have the right of decision making.
  848. At the beginning of the war, the former Shogunate forces were far superior in military strength and logistics, but later were severely defeated by the new government's forces accustomed to battle with rifles.
  849. At the beginning of the world, three gods (The Three Gods of Creation) were born one after another in Takamanohara (plain of high heaven).
  850. At the beginning of this era, FUJIWARA no Fuhito, son of FUJIWARA no Kamatari, grasped the reins of government and devoted himself to establishing the ritsuryo system and strengthening the foundation of Fujiwara clan expansion through links to the Imperial Family.
  851. At the beginning the family called itself also Kadenokoji and, therefore, the diary of Kanenaka HIROHASHI was called "Kanchuki."
  852. At the beginning the game looked like a mere go lesson, but The Yomiuri Shimbun's advertising campaign gradually turned the game to being viewed with political overtone such as Japan versus China or old authority versus new force, making the competition heating up.
  853. At the beginning there were many foreign songs, but songs composed by Japanese composers like Rentaro TAKI increased in number.
  854. At the beginning, Japan tried to avoid conflict through diplomatic efforts.
  855. At the beginning, Kaneyori HAGIWARA became a clerical worker of Toyokuni-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City), but he lost his job because of demise of the Toyotomi family.
  856. At the beginning, Katsuyori himself joined the force to support Kagetora.
  857. At the beginning, Masamune ignored the edicts and proceeded with his territory expansion policy, but later decided to obey Hideyoshi in 1590 when he saw Hideyoshi attacked the Gohojo clan for ignoring the edicts.
  858. At the beginning, Sanetomi who succeeded to the Sanjo family decided to make Kinkyo, his older brother Kimmutsu's son, succeed to the Sanjo family, however, Kinkyo was a person of loose morals, therefore, Sanetomi disinherited Kinkyo and made his biological child Kinyoshi SANJO (三条公美) succeed to the Sanjo family.
  859. At the beginning, Shonagon controlled Shoin as their official duties but after Kurododokoro (board of archivists) was founded, it became the official duties of Kurodo (Imperial archives keeper).
  860. At the beginning, Tokimasa HOJO was appointed to the position while he was in Kyoto.
  861. At the beginning, all shrines in the country were brought under government ownership and all Shinto priests were treated as government officials (shinkan).
  862. At the beginning, bakufu expected that production of copper increased gradually, but its peak was in Genroku era.
  863. At the beginning, because the assassins were talking in Iyo dialect, it was thought that the deed was done by Sanosuke HARADA and Kuwajiro OISHI of the Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate).
  864. At the beginning, both Genpaku SUGITA and Junan NAKAGAWA were unable to read the Dutch language, and even Ryotaku MAENO's Dutch vocabulary was not enough for translation.
  865. At the beginning, he called himself Hanjiro NAKAMURA.
  866. At the beginning, he identified the beauty of women with that of the Kinkaku, but he became convinced that the Kinkaku had a loftier value and recognized the worthlessness of his own sexual existence.
  867. At the beginning, he produced Ashinagachoji (a name of Hamon) and in the prime of life he produced the swords of Suguha and Toran midare mixed with Ashinagachoji.
  868. At the beginning, he was thought to be good for nothing and was helped to the throne, but his autocratic manner became increasingly accentuated and finally he was assassinated by Prince Umayado and the Soga Clan.
  869. At the beginning, it was considered that the shape of the Inarizuka-kofun Tumulus was round.
  870. At the beginning, it was planned to make Yoritada an adopted son of FUJIWARA no Yasutada ("Sonpi Bunmyaku," Lineage Sects of Noble and Humble), but it was called off because of Yasutada's early death and as his elder brother, FUJIWARA no Atsutoshi, Yoritada became the heir of the Ononomiya family.
  871. At the beginning, it was understood that Korea was a territory that should be included in the territories under control of Japan and, same as a war in Japan, common people who were noncombatants should be the object of protection and it was prohibited to kill them.
  872. At the beginning, it wasn't separated from the regular Niiname-sai Festival, but later as a ritual, solemnized only once in an emperor's lifetime, it became important being called 'Daijo once in a lifetime' and 'Onie no matsuri Festival.'
  873. At the beginning, provisions were landed to Amagasaki-jo Castle and sent to Arioka-jo Castle, but as forts of troops of Nobunaga ODA were constructed one by one, the supply route via Amagasaki became inoperable.
  874. At the beginning, radio and TV programs were live, and therefore all popular songs were naturally performed live.
  875. At the beginning, separated from Kiheitai Army, humble or lowly people were treated as Toyutai.
  876. At the beginning, she served FUJIWARA no Onshi, who was a chugu (second consort) of the Emperor Uda and after going around with FUJIWARA no Nakahira and FUJIWARA no Tokihira, she was in the Emperor Uda's favor and gave birth to a Imperial Prince who died young.
  877. At the beginning, since the So clan did not have a command of kokyowa, they actively sent kokyowa back to Tsushima, which was the place under the control of the clan.
  878. At the beginning, the Machino clan succeeded the position of the head of Monchujo for 2 generations, but MIYOSHI no Yasumochi, who used the name Machida, got involved in the miya sodo (palace disturbance) and lost his position.
  879. At the beginning, the Muromachi bakufu established the Monchujo also as a body that dealt with lawsuits, but its function remained only to manage the recordings and summaries of lawsuits.
  880. At the beginning, the family's pedigree was Shii (Fourth Rank) at the most, just like the nobilities of provisional governor rank.
  881. At the beginning, the interpretation of 'hare and ke' did not seem to draw much attention.
  882. At the beginning, the maiko makeover service available in Kyoto Uzumasa Eigamura (Toei Movie Land) was famous.
  883. At the beginning, the matter to be reported is written in a sentence, "Kanjin... no koto," and the body text starts in the next line.
  884. At the beginning, the performers promoted were those who didn't belong to the main Noh schools, but gradually leading actors and the heads of each company were targeted.
  885. At the beginning, the theater offered a double billing consisting of a theatrical performance and a film showing.
  886. At the beginning, the values of the laws are stated.
  887. At the beginning, there were primary course (six years), junior high course (six years at the beginning, then five years), supplementary course, higher course and special college course (abolished in 1905).
  888. At the beginning, they were educated mainly by using the translated manuals of the Dutch army.
  889. At the beginning, they were few in number and they belonged to the same infantry as yumi ashigaru (foot soldiers who are archers).
  890. At the beginning, they were the principal power of the foot soldiers, and their task was to attack the enemy foot soldiers with nagayari (at the beginning, they were two ken in length, then they later changed to two-and-a-half ken to three ken) by jabbing and hitting.
  891. At the bifurcation point with Kansai Main Line, Shogakuji signal station (the first) opened.
  892. At the border between Shimotsuke and Shimousa Provinces, the allied forces launched an attack on the first line of the Masakado army, but were met with unexpected force which led them to retreat, at which time they were rushed by the main unit of the army.
  893. At the both right and left ends of Tamon (corridor style tower) there are a pair of two-storied and two floor style of sumi yagura (corner tower) forming the distinctive shape, giving the impression as if it were a balancing scale.
  894. At the bottom of his heart, he still could not let go of Koharu.
  895. At the bottom of the hill, however, lies an area developed as a touristic district with fancy Japanese-style restaurants and kawayuka Terraces, where the traffic increases.
  896. At the bottom of the painting, there is an offering stand, of which a pair of Shishi lions (the left-handed guardian dog of a Shinto shrine) is on the left and right.
  897. At the bottom of the painting, there is an offering stand, of which a pair of Shishi lions is on the left and right.
  898. At the break of dawn a little cuckoo singing for the first time this summer lifts my spirits on this difficult journey.
  899. At the break of dawn, everything will be clear.'
  900. At the bus stop on the south side, the Route 37 buses of Kyoto City Bus stop.
  901. At the camp in the Mizushima district, Ryoshun murdered Fuyusuke during a feast and because of this incident, which was called the Mizushima Incident, Ujihisa broke away and went home,
  902. At the camp of Kise-gawa no Jin (Siege at Kise-gawa River) (Shimizucho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture), Yoshitsune had an emotive encounter with Yoritomo, who had just won the Battle of Fuji-gawa River.
  903. At the cape where the water merges, are large stones and some of them are standing and it is thought that these were for arranging the scenery.
  904. At the center of the cylinder room, there is a square room illuminated by natural light from a skylight.
  905. At the center of the literature is waka poetry.
  906. At the center of the march is Saio-dai, and Me no Warawa (the lady attendants), Umanori no Onna (ladies on horseback), and Uneme (court ladies from provinces), nyokan (court ladies) follow and a gorgeous parade marches on.
  907. At the center of the playing ground, one Maribugyo (a referee) is stationed by holding a fan.
  908. At the center of the south side there were a remainder of the gate and tower-like building at the southwest and west corners.
  909. At the center of the top of the round part, there is a vertical style stone chamber, constituting a main stone chamber where a wooden coffin is placed.
  910. At the center of the wheel, there was a furious-looking man's face with a small human leg in its mouth, and the man shouted, 'Look at your own child rather than me !'
  911. At the center of this was the 'logic of concord' that he proposed exists in opposition to Hajime TANABE's 'logic of species.'
  912. At the central government, he assisted young Shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  913. At the central part of the stone chamber, there remains a present 2.6-meter long wooden board, of which the center is divided by a partition making the space a wooden chest of one meter and 0.5 meter on the inside.
  914. At the ceramics exhibitions at the Takashimaya department stores, Kanjiro introduced sophisticated, elegant works that he modeled after the great ceramics from China and Korea and applied the results of his scientific studies to, and suddenly received public attention as a master potter even though he was a newcomer.
  915. At the ceremony for the repose of the soul, nine gods, these eight gods plus the Onaobinokami, are honored.
  916. At the ceremony held when Goshirakawa entered the priesthood, all eight monks followed by the priest who imparts the Buddhist commandments were from Onjo-ji Temple.
  917. At the ceremony of Utakai Hajime, firstly, poems of the crown prince and subsequent people are recited in front of the emperor and empress:
  918. At the ceremony, MINAMOTO no Kaneakira, Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), did Kakan (putting a crown on a young mans head) and MINAMOTO no Nobumitsu, Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) carried out Rihatsu (doing the Prince's hair) to the Prince.
  919. At the ceremony, five-color ropes attached to the writing brush to insert the eyes were handed to the people gathered so that they could receive a blessing.
  920. At the coming-of-age ceremony, it was announced that the ceremony was conducted and finished in a satisfactory manner, and Yoritsugu was given a new official rank, and appointed as Barbarian Subduing Generalissimo.
  921. At the command of Nobunaga, he was put in the custody of Nobumori SAKUMA and confined to Ishibe Castle.
  922. At the competition, he behaves politely to his competitors and a winner treats a loser a cup of sake.
  923. At the conclusion of a deal, a ceremonial hand-clapping is energetically performed.
  924. At the conference, he was appointed to Sanyo (Councilor) and remained in the post until March 12, 1868.
  925. At the construction project website, CG movies of two-toned, yellow and blue, 700 series Shinkansen train-car bodies are shown publicly.
  926. At the creation of heaven and earth (the Japanese mythology), Amenotokotachi no Kami was the last one to come into being as the five Kotoamatsu Kami (separate heavenly deities).
  927. At the crest of the mountain, place flags of the Sendai troops.
  928. At the critical age of thirty-seven years old, she fell seriously ill, and died while thanking Genji for his guardianship of Emperor Reizei.
  929. At the dawn of April 20, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd brigades advanced to the Otsu Highway in cooperation, but the troops led by Nomura fought back the advancement successfully until the sunset.
  930. At the dawn of October 8, the soldiers of Takatori Domain shot cannons and guns intensely to Tenchu-gumi which came forward marching on a small path.
  931. At the days of Masakatsu SAIGO who was her maternal grandfather, the Saigo clan had no influence in Mikawa Province, only keeping alive under the control of Yoshimoto IMAGAWA.
  932. At the death bed of Empress Genmei, Fusasaki was appointed to Uchitsuomi (an important governmental post presiding over state affairs while assisting the Emperor), which was the post occupied by his grandfather FUJIWARA no Kamatari, as a guardian of Emperor Shomu, who was the Crown Prince at that time, as the Empress credited his talent.
  933. At the death of the Retired Emperor Genmei on January 2, 722, Kogen was performed for the first time.
  934. At the dedication of a bronze statue of his, which was at the place of restoration of Saigo's honor (who was treated as an enemy of the state), there was surprise and disappointment which reflected people's feelings about the dress of the bronze statues, which was very different from people's expectation.
  935. At the direction of the 8th Shogun, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA, a new ritual known as yabusame horseback archery was established and performed several times at Takada no Baba riding ground.
  936. At the discussion on the Constitution of Japan, which eventually meant the loss of their existence, Kizokuin were worried that the Allies might promote abolishing the Emperor system and to counter this, most of the councilors reluctantly agreed with the Constitution.
  937. At the discussion, Gouda demanded that Hanazono abdicate in favor of the Crown Prince Takaharu, and place Kuniyoshi as the next Crown Prince.
  938. At the disturbance in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), the Hosokawa clan actively involved as a family of the Ashikaga Shogunal family, and took the side of Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) of the Northern Court (Japan).
  939. At the dormitories, there was the tuition fee exemption for students facing financial hardship.
  940. At the downfall of the Amago clan, the decapitated head of Yukimori YAMANAKA was delivered to Tomo for inspection.
  941. At the downfall of the Kamakura shogunate, Tokinobu ROKKAKU took the side of Rokuhara Tandai, a local commissioner, intending it to be to the end, but was defeated and forced to surrender.
  942. At the downstream side of the dam, they constructed a hot spring facility 'Springs Hiyoshi,' which is equipped with hot springs, a swimming pool, and a gymnasium, and planted grass over a wide area to create a park with a camp site.
  943. At the early stage Hiroshimafu-okonomiyaki also used Worcester sauce.
  944. At the early stage it identified itself as the 'Rinzaisei sect' or 'Rinzaizen sect Obaku-ha,' implying that it transmitted Orthodox Rinzai Zen.
  945. At the early times of the Edo period, Ariyoshi CHIGUSA, the Dainagon (chief councilor of state) and the fourth son of Tomotaka IWAKURA, branched off his family and restored the Chigusa family by calling himself Chigusa.
  946. At the east end, Toin Teien Gargen was situated, where parties and events were held.
  947. At the east foot of the bridge is the intersection with Kawabata-dori Street, on the underground, Shijo Station of Keihan Main Line, and there is a statue of IZUMO no Okuni (a Kabuki dancer originator during the beginning of the Edo period) at the northwest corner of the intersection.
  948. At the east foot of the bridge stands Tsuen Tea Shop associated with 'Tsuen,' one of Kyogen (farce played during a Noh cycle).
  949. At the east side of Butokuden, there was an open space containing a horse riding ground and Ennomatsubara Field (a field with pine trees).
  950. At the east side of the bridge there is a statue of Hikokuro TAKAYAMA who was a loyal supporter of the Emperor in the Edo Period (the so called 'dogezazo': a statue of him prostrating himself on the ground), and it is now a meeting spot.
  951. At the east, south, west and north side of each Nyorai, Bosatsu that are closely related to each Nyorai, called Shishingon Bosatsu (Four Attendant Bodhisattva), are located.
  952. At the eastern end of the Kanaoka-jinja Shrine at the crossing point with Takenouchi-kaido Road in Kanaoka-cho, Kita Ward, Sakai City, there is a region name of Daido-cho that comes from Naniwa Daido.
  953. At the eastern end, the road connects to the Ise Shrine Pilgrimage Road and Hase-kaido Road, and at the western end, it connects to Takenouchi-kaido Road and Nagao-kaido Road.
  954. At the eastern part of the precincts is a route for ascetic practice (3.2km, two hours).
  955. At the edge of the Nagara-gawa River, they faced the army of TAIRA no Shigehira and others (the Battle of Sunomatagawa).
  956. At the edge of the earlier connections that Kodo KAIJOIN of Saisho-ji Temple who was a disciple of the second head, Joshin, spread tea ceremony in Akita, Soshin visited Akita four times to involve in the promotion and the school has known over the Tohoku region, especially in Akita since then.
  957. At the edge of the pond is a tea ceremony arbor named "Choshin-tei" where 2,000 Japanese irises of 200 varieties bloom in June.
  958. At the election of the city assembly held on November 17, 2002, 31 candidates ran for 30 available seats.
  959. At the election of the city assembly held on November 19, 2006, 32 candidates ran for 30 available seats.
  960. At the eleventh festival, Koji YAMAMURA and Nobuhiro YAMASHITA were invited and a talk show was held.
  961. At the emperor's demise, 'the Rites of an Imperial Funeral' is performed as national event.
  962. At the end Rengyoshu chant "Oisange" (confession of one's sins at Shuni-e) and move to Nigatsu-do Hall.
  963. At the end of 1124, it was first submitted to the Emperor for inspection (shodo bon, the first book), though it had deficiencies and the revised book was submitted (nido bon, the second book) around May, 1125.
  964. At the end of 1351, Yorifusa was defeated the battle of Mt. Satta in Suruga Province.
  965. At the end of 1507, as Yoshioki OUCHI left Yamaguchi City leading his troops with Yoshitada at his side, he saw the year out at Tomonoura in Bingo Province while waiting for a chance to enter the capital,
  966. At the end of 1576, license with a red seal with a lion engraved was created.
  967. At the end of 1779, however, Naotake was suddenly ordered to refrain from making public appearances and died in June of the following year.
  968. At the end of 1861, when he returned to Kagoshima, there was a regulation that he was unable to take a wife on the island, so they divorced.
  969. At the end of 1863, responding to a forceful request for the expulsion of foreigners by Emperor Komei, the Edo bakufu (feudal government headed by a shogun) dispatched a mission led by a Gaikoku bugyo (corresponding to a foreign minister), Nagaoki IKEDA, to France in order to close Yokohama Port.
  970. At the end of 1865, Shunzo rambled in Kyoto with his disciples.
  971. At the end of 1920, Yoshimune returned to Japan and the couple started to live together again and although they had no children, they allegedly had a good relationship through the Great Kanto Earthquake and other incidents until Takeko's death.
  972. At the end of 646, the Emperor Kotoku moved his residence from Itabuki no miya Imperial residence to Naniwa nagara toyosaki no miya Imperial residence.
  973. At the end of 672, Emperor Tenmu moved the palace to Asuka Kiyomihara Palace.
  974. At the end of August, 'Stone Pagoda Festival' (Ishido-ji Manto [lantern] Festival) takes place every year, and stone pagodas and stone Buddhist images are lit up with votive lanterns.
  975. At the end of August, the IJA First, Second and Fourth Armies under the command of General Michitsura NOZU closed in on Liaoyang, a strategic location in Manchuria.
  976. At the end of August, the Satsuma army was brought to a standstill in Nagai Village in the north of Nobeoka.
  977. At the end of December of the same year, the company was reorganized and became incorporated.
  978. At the end of December of the same year, the company went public.
  979. At the end of Edo period and the beginning of the Meiji Restoration, Motoosa MIBU was one of shichikyo-ochi members (defeated seven nobles).
  980. At the end of Edo period and the beginning of the Meiji Restoration, Tsuneyuki NAKAMIKADO worked hard for affairs of state, and served successively as gitei, the chief of accountancy, and the rusu chokan.
  981. At the end of Edo period, Kounsai TAKEDA, who disliked the family name Atobe because it reminded him of the betrayal of the master family, reverted the family name to Takeda with the approval of his lord Nariaaki TOKUGAWA.
  982. At the end of Edo period, in Kyoto, riots started to prevail as though they were punishments from heaven, burglaries of merchant residences, and robberies by zealous supporters of imperialism and the shogunate-overthrowing philosophy that advocated reverence for the Emperor and expulsion of the barbarians and those who opposed the bakufu.
  983. At the end of Edo period, reactionary Shintoism and Suika Shintoism also had an influence on the thought of reverence for the emperor as well as on policies in the Meiji period.
  984. At the end of Edo period, the extension of the shugo (surrounding moat) under the Bunkyu Restoration of Imperial Mausoleums was verified.
  985. At the end of Edo period, then-current head Kokosai had to emigrate his family to Nagoya due to a fire caused by the Battle of Toba and Fushimi who burned his residence at Oshinokoji-dori street, Higashinotoin-dori street, Kyoto.
  986. At the end of Edo period, there were a little less than thirty Meike and most of them were families of the Hino line of the Fujiwara clan and the Kajuji line of the Fujiwara clan.
  987. At the end of February, 1844, he set out on a journey to Kyushu to visit the Usahachimangu-Shrine in Bungo Province, the Hakozakigu-Shrine and the Dazaifu tenmangu Shrine in Chikuzen Province via Nagato Province.
  988. At the end of February, the troops of MINAMOTO no Noriyori, a local governor under MINAMOTO no Yoritomo who had destroyed Yoshinaka, and MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune were dispatched to pursue and subjugate the Taira clan.
  989. At the end of Heian period, TAIRA no Kiyomori was appointed Grand Minister for the first time from a samurai family.
  990. At the end of Heian period, Yoshikiyo was affiliated with MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, and Yoshikiyo died in the Battle of Mizushima, in Bicchu Province, the battle against the Taira clan fled from the capital.
  991. At the end of Heian period, a kind of horse was produced in the present Kashiwa City which was so fine that it was believed to be a messenger of Hachiman (God of War), and it was called 'Ikezuki' and worshipped.
  992. At the end of Heian period, the Taira clan government centered around TAIRA no Kiyomori was established, but old forces and rival forces harbored strong feelings of animosity and opposition.
  993. At the end of January in 1181, Kagetoki met Yoritomo and became his vassal.
  994. At the end of January to beginning of February 1184 (January under the old lunar calendar), Yoshinaka was appointed to seii taishogun (or seito taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the eastern barbarians").
  995. At the end of June, the Japanese Army again went into Korea, but they were defeated after all.
  996. At the end of March, Kashiwagi, who has visited Rokujo-in Palace to take part in kemari (Japanese ancient Imperial court game like kick-ball), happens to catch a glimpse of Onna Sannomiya sitting beyond the raised bamboo blind when a cat pops out.
  997. At the end of March, Shigetaka OKADA and others of the Oda side attacked the fort of Mt. Nishio at Kamuro guchi, but they were defeated, losing two warriors.
  998. At the end of May, Kiyomori travelled to Kyoto and met with Goshirakawa.
  999. At the end of May, he sailed from Edo.
  1000. At the end of October, Yung-fu LIU fled to the continent and the Japanese army occupied Tainan, which events marked the collapse of the Republic of Formosa.

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