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  1. When he left for a training tour around all of Japan in 1773, after more than ten years after he received mokujiki-kai and he was in his fifty-sixth year.
  2. When he let his eldest son succeed to the professional name of Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the eighth) he succeeded to the professional name of Ebizo ICHIKAWA.
  3. When he looked at the back of the screen, a red monk stood in a fire and disappeared while they watched him with suspicion.
  4. When he looked into the mirror given by the empress dowager, he could see his life up until then.
  5. When he lost his father at the age of 12, he entered priesthood in Daitoku-ji Temple in Kyoto by his father's will around that time, then became a disciple of Tenyu Joka and a priest, changed his name to Gisen, and called himself "Retsudo Osho (High Priest Retsudo)."
  6. When he lost his father at the age of 13, he went to Edo counting on his personal connections.
  7. When he lost the Battle of Toba-Fushimi and retreated to Edo, his enemies highly criticized him for "running away in the face of the enemy".
  8. When he made a pilgrimage to Kumano Sanzan and prayed, Kumano Gongen commanded him to 'pray to the Yakushi Nyorai of Byodo-ji Temple (Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto City).'
  9. When he made a pilgrimage to Nara Taima-dera Temple in 1229, he had the honor of seeing "Kangyo mandala" (the picture describing Buddhist Heaven and Pure Land of the Kanmuryoju-kyo sutra (The Sutra of Visualization of the Buddha of Measureless Life)) and since that time, he strived for its circulation.
  10. When he met Princess Kannabi, she looked like the lady in Tang.
  11. When he met Sun Yat-sen in 1913, he was appointed to the supreme adviser of the Republic of China led by Sun Yat-sen.
  12. When he met with Li Hung Chang, Li who was a man of gigantic stature teased him about his small stature, as follows.
  13. When he moved to Kyoto around 1808, he opened a private school Shuseido and taught mainly Shushigaku (Neo-Confucianism).
  14. When he moved to Kyoto in 1869, he was named as an assistant of Tomomi IWAKURA.
  15. When he moved to Kyoto in 1929, he presented 'New Ikebana Declaration' with Sofu TESHIGAHARA and advocated the revolution of ikebana to the world.
  16. When he noticed the picture in the rushes (unedited print for checking) shaking, however, he laughed shyly and honestly admitted his fault, saying, 'Did my hands tremble this much?'
  17. When he opened a school at the castle town of Hagi, there was a large number of townspeople and retainers of daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) who wanted to participate in the school, so Meirinkan, a han (domain) school established by a daimyo during the Edo period, had to be closed for a while.
  18. When he opened the Tamakushige, the change happened as if something had fluttered and flown into the winds and clouds.
  19. When he opened the bag that his aunt had given him, he found a piece of flint in it.
  20. When he opens his eyes, he is in a Samadhi hall.
  21. When he peeked into the next room, he found someone like newly-born baby dancing and its number was multiplying enormously until it reached several hundred in the end.
  22. When he peeked into the next room, he saw thousands of naked babies were dancing.
  23. When he performed Kamashichi in 'Imoseyama; Kinden,' people around him were worried if Ganjiro, who was good at wagoto, could perform Kamashichi, which was aragoto (Kabuki play featuring exaggerated posture, makeup, and costume) in its nature or it might be a miscasting.
  24. When he played 'Ojokyu' (also known as Ojo no kyu, a tune of gagaku, performed by Kangen style (instruments style without dance)), he also amused himself that he would be 'Ojokyu' (quicken death).
  25. When he played a mother and her child drama "Koinyobo Somewake Tazuna" (Shigenoi Kowakare), he took the pattern of onnagata, Kumehachi ICHIKAWA.
  26. When he played the Sannan role, Sakai said that the smile he frequently showed was originally a smile to look down on the Tennenrishinryu group but gradually changed to become a caring smile, and this smile emphasized his benign image.
  27. When he pulled the lance with all his strength, he removed the wooden bowls at an opportune time.
  28. When he put up a sign suggesting a visit to Kichiemon NARUSE, Mukawashu and other former vassals from the Takeda clan who were taking refuge from the hunt came to Masakazu for help.
  29. When he ran away at the age of 19, he met Muneaki YAGYU and became his pupil.
  30. When he reached Kyo (Kyoto), Tsunemoto made a complaint to the Imperial court about the insurrection by Masakado, Okiyo-o and Takeshiba.
  31. When he reached manhood, he took the name of Hideie, receiving the Chinese character of '秀' from Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  32. When he reached the fifth part of Ryogon ju mantra and was burning incense and bowing three times, he became paralyzed on his right side (possibly by a cerebral stroke).
  33. When he reached the foot of Yomotsu Hirasaka (the slope that leads to the land of the dead), where was the boundary between the Yominokuni and this world, he picked three peaches there to throw them at the pursuers.
  34. When he reaches 40 years of age, Emperor Reizei treats him as Jun Daijo tenno.
  35. When he received an answer that it was impossible, however, he refused to let his son Kazumitsu, who had been chosen to suggest the name of the new era, travel to Kyoto and they continued to stay in Inaba Province.
  36. When he received complaints from buyers, he said, "These are my signature and seal so they must be my paintings," and he didn't care such complaints.
  37. When he received it from Hiromoto, he appreciated it and said, 'Is there anything more valuable than this?'
  38. When he received the news that Oishi's raid ended in success, he was very delighted and committed suicide there (although Ono's grave is at Itaya Ridge, it is said that it was created by people years later.)
  39. When he received the offerings from Naka no kimi, Ukifune's stepfather Hitachi no suke (the lord of Hitachi Province) realized for the first time that his stepdaughter's background was beyond comparison with that of his other children.
  40. When he retired to Uji Byodo-in Temple, although the ownership was transferred to the heads of the line of regents and advisers, the residence was provided as a satodairi for the line of emperors.
  41. When he returned the capital, he was sentenced to imprisonment for the loss of legions of soldiers but pardoned.
  42. When he returned to Asuka, he told Empress Saimei that his illness was completely cured and described the part of the country with admiration, which led to a imperial visit to Ki no yu (old name of Shirahama Onsen) by Empress Saimei.
  43. When he returned to France, Montblanc took Kenjiro SAITO as his private secretary and diligently studied Japanese language and culture.
  44. When he returned to Japan after the Meiji Restoration, he founded the Meirokusha (Meiji 6 Society, a group of promoting civilization and enlightenment in Japan) with Yukichi FUKUZAWA, Amane NISHI (an illuminator), Shigeki NISHIMURA, Masanao NAKAMURA, Hiroyuki KATO, and Mamichi TSUDA.
  45. When he returned to Japan, Emperor Kammu was ill, and he prayed for the Emperor's recovery from illness in the Court.
  46. When he returned to Japan, he was awarded a medical doctorate for the results of his study in Germany, and he was installed as the chief of the Hygienic Bureau of the Ministry of Home Affairs in December, 1892 on the recommendation of Sensai NAGAYO.
  47. When he returned to Kyoto on December 3rd, Tsunetaka met Yoriie and one province was given back to Tsunetaka.
  48. When he returned to Kyoto, he opened the bag to find a bundle of letters smelling moldy, which had been exchanged between Kashiwagi and Onna Sannomiya (the Third Princess).
  49. When he returned to Matsuzaka, he started to practice medicine while lecturing on Tale of Genji "Genji Monogatari"and studying Chronicles of Japan "Nihon Shoki".
  50. When he returned to his birthplace in 1600, he built Tokuzen-in Temple and was called Hoin sama (Yukihide Sozu).
  51. When he returned to his mansion, he murmured, "I killed two people with one arrow during the battle of Hogen era, but now in the Kao era, I have killed a great many with one arrow."
  52. When he returned to his own temple at 53 years of age, he was given the Juji position in Shokoku-ji Temple and was additionally assigned to be a great scholar of Kyoto Gozan (Five Great zen Temples of Kyoto) and negotiator with Korea.
  53. When he returned to his residence, the baby had changed into a leaf.
  54. When he saw Kaoru's look, sozu regretted that he had made Ukifune a priest.
  55. When he saw her coming to a river to relieve herself the arrow started to flow down the stream.
  56. When he saw the set on the following day, the director said, 'Put the houses on stage left 1.82 meters to the back.'
  57. When he saw youngsters including Kinji FUKASAKU playing mah-jong all the time without any motivation, he did not blame them for their behavior, but rather made them laugh telling them erotic stories.
  58. When he sees the house, a light glimmers through a gap in the house.
  59. When he sees the tattoo, a wild desire to kill her comes over him.
  60. When he sees this, Katsushiro realizes his wife's death again and cries out and collapses.
  61. When he seized the Gifu-jo Castle, he pleaded to save the life of Hidenobu ODA, the lord of the castle, saying 'even in exchange with my military honor'.
  62. When he sent the rewards granted (such as clothes) from the Emperor to his mother who was living in his hometown, she sent them back to him with waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables) to remonstrate with him.
  63. When he served Yoriie MINAMOTO at the age of 19, Yasutoki gave advice to Yoriie, worrying that Yoriie was absorbed in a ball-kicking sport 'Kemari' and did not care for bakufu politics.
  64. When he served at Gyobusho (Ministry of Justice), he succeeded to the Ogimachisanjo family in 1649 as the adopted son of his older brother, Kintaka, who died in the previous year.
  65. When he served the Russo-Japanese War as a chief orderly, he was such a booklover that he brought in "Jusankyo (Thirteen Classics)" while marching, and troubled his friends as he had them carry the books on their back.
  66. When he shot an arrow at the bear, the bear ran away bleeding.
  67. When he showed his calligraphy to Noboru WATANABE, the then governor of Osaka Prefecture, Watanabe praised Soeda for his talent and tossed away Soeda's ink stone and seal to the yard, and additionally, he told Soeda to devote his mind to study rather than calligraphy in order to achieve great things.
  68. When he showed the arm to Yorimitsu, Yorimitsu was greatly surprised and called ABE no Seimei to ask what to do.
  69. When he spends the second night with Tomiko, she is possessed by Manago.
  70. When he started, however, he showed marked improvement in learning and began to read widely thereafter.
  71. When he stayed in Nagoya during the Bunroku campaign, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI said the surname 'Oniniwa' was believed to bring bad luck, so his surname was changed from Oniniwa to Moniwa.
  72. When he stepped into the world of politics, he was considered to be close to Rikken seiyukai (a political party organized by Hirobumi ITO).
  73. When he strains his ears in hopes of hearing the voice of the bird again, he hears something different.
  74. When he succeeded he shouted for joy, which was his favorite prank.
  75. When he succeeded his father as the lord of his domain, he not only forfeited his right to the 1,000 koku that he had previously been awarded, but also gave away the right to 3,000 koku that his father had been awarded in addition to the rice yields from his own domain to his two younger brothers, Masayoshi TAKAGI and Masafusa TAKAGI.
  76. When he succeeded to the throne,the 'Daijo-sai festival' (the festival which held to emphasize the relationship among the emperor, Imperial ancestors and ancient gods) was held.
  77. When he successfully reduced the power of the Ikko Ikki, the Hokke Ikki became a nuisance; in 1536, he attacked and defeated them (the Tenbun Hokke Disturbance).
  78. When he talked about his war experiences in New Guinea in Musei taidan, a column appeared in Shukan Asahi (Weekly Asahi magazine), he was strongly exhorted by Musei TOKUGAWA to compile such experiences into a book.
  79. When he threw away bamboo leaves on the surface of a lake in Nara Park, immediately the leaves turned into fish and swam.
  80. When he told this to his father Josui, he received the serious inquiry, 'What was your left hand doing at that time?' (which is to say, 'Why didn't you grab a short sword with your left hand and stab Ieyasu at that time?').
  81. When he tore open the tail, he found a long sword in it.
  82. When he tried at a different location, he was able to successfully break all the way through the rim however, the inertia caused TAKEIWATATSU to fall on his buttocks which lead to the place being called 'No can stand' (Tatenu '立てぬ').
  83. When he tried to dry his hands with Kaishi (Japanese tissue) after coming out of a lavatory, the Kaishi flew away with the wind, and he chased after it to the garden to take it back (for the retainers who laughed seeing the scene, he retorted that 'I have become the ruler of the nation in this way").
  84. When he tried to order Kijin to build a bridge between the Kongo-san Mountain and the Katsuragi-san Mountain, Hitokoto nushi (a Japanese ancient god) of the Katsuragi-san Mountain, transferred himself into a human and gave a slanderous report to Emperor Mommu to punish Ozuno.
  85. When he tried to place her in his mansion, his principal wife left him as a result.
  86. When he tried to read the Empress's edict after dedicating treasures to the altar, the god delivered an oracle through Negi (Shinto mediumistic priestess) Karashima no suguri Yosome and refused to hear the imperial edict.
  87. When he tries to catch her, thunder rumbles loudly and the woman disappears.
  88. When he turned 18 years old, Hokkai went to Kyoto and looked for a teacher, but he was unable to meet a person whom he could admire.
  89. When he used a toothpick to stroke a tooth of a man who did not believe the magic described above, the man's tooth dangled as if it would fall out.
  90. When he visited Hidenobu's graveyard in 1625, he wrote a poem.
  91. When he visited Inaba-do, a monk appeared to him in a dream and told him 'In your previous life, you were a monk from Kumano named Rengebo who was reincarnated as an emperor in reward for his good deeds.
  92. When he visited Noguchi (present Hitachiomiya City) to see the parents of Shingoro KASUYA, who was a member of Roshigumi (an organization of masterless samurai), he left an inscription about the members of the Kasuya family who died in battle.
  93. When he visited Ryojun MATSUMOTO at his residence after returning to Edo, a photographer, Kuichi UCHIDA, who happened to be there took pictures of him and two of them still exist.
  94. When he visited Teizo MIYABE, he heard of Shoin YOSHIDA's reputation.
  95. When he visited Tsuruga in 1757, he was inspired by the provincial style of haikai which had its lineage in the poetry of Shibaku.
  96. When he visited Uji, Kaoru came to know for the first time the that Ukifune had thrown herself into the river and consoled Chujo no kimi, who was in deep sorrow, by promising her that he would patronize Ukifune's younger brothers.
  97. When he visited Yoshitsune again after waiting for a day or two, he was permitted to meet him but Yoshitsune was leaning against his armrest in a debilitated condition and told Kagesue he was unable to kill Yukiie until he was recovered.
  98. When he visited his mother's grave in his hometown Iga Ueno, he wrote a poem, "Te ni toraba kien namida zo atsuki aki no shimo," (should I take it in my hand it would melt in these hot tears: autumn frost).
  99. When he was 10 years old, he entered Seitoku Shoin, a hanko (domain school) in the Sakura Domain (forerunner of the present Chiba Prefectural Sakura Senior High School), where he studied Confucianism under Sokken YASUI, who had been invited to the hanko by the domain.
  100. When he was 10 years old, he graduated from Umeya elementary school, and was apprenticed to Chisaka Wayakuya (Current:), a Japanese pharmacy located on the corner of Kyoto's Karasumaru-dori Avenue and Nijo-dori Street.
  101. When he was 10 years old, he went to Kyoto, challenged a muscular Imperial person who lived in the northeastern corner of the Imperial Palace to a test of strength and defeated the man.
  102. When he was 11 years old in 896, he had kosho hajime (the ceremony of taking his first lecture) at the daigakuryo, and then he had a ceremony of Genpuku (Coming of Age Ceremony for a young man after the Nara Period) in November, 898.
  103. When he was 11 years old, he moved to Edo where his father was transferred and he became a disciple of Seki SAKAYA (Seikei) who was a Neo-Confucian scholar from Tsuyama City in Okayama Prefecture, a fellow countryman.
  104. When he was 12 years old (or 15 years old), he went up to Mt. Hiei and became a Buddhist priest.
  105. When he was 12 years old, he learned from his father's friend Bunrei KATO of the Kano school, and when he was 18 years old, he studied under a disciple of Koyo NAKAYAMA, Gentai WATANABE.
  106. When he was 13 years old, he was disowned by his father Tameyoshi and sent to Kyushu.
  107. When he was 13 years old, his uncle Kenjiro NAKAGAWA, who was the principal of Women's Higher Normal School, recommended that he move to Tokyo.
  108. When he was 14 years old, he joined Sukyo-ji Temple in Izushi and studied under Saido KISEN.
  109. When he was 14 years old, he was repudiated by his parents due to wild debauchery, thereafter becoming a tedai (clerk) at a kashihon-ya (book-lending shop) and flourishing in the fields of kyoka (comic and satirical tanka), chaban (a farcical form of drama) and haiku.
  110. When he was 14 years old, his mother died.
  111. When he was 14 years old, on August 6, 1923, he was suddenly spirited away while he was swimming with his friends in Kamagafuchi located at the upper reaches of the Takeda-gawa River, which flows into the Kuzuryu-gawa River, and he entered Mt. Kurama-yama.
  112. When he was 15 years old, he celebrated his coming of age and assumed the first name Shosuke and common name Toshisada, though he changed his name afterwards.
  113. When he was 15 years old, he was reproached by his father, Yoshimochi, for his heavy drinking.
  114. When he was 15 years old, he went to Tokyo to study at Daigaku Nanko (predecessor of the University of Tokyo) as a student recommended by the clan.
  115. When he was 17 years old, he entered nanyo HARA, and then studied with Ryukei SUGITA, Seisyu HANAOKA, Philipp Franz von Siebold, etc.
  116. When he was 17, he studied under Eiken the Ajari (a master in esoteric Buddhism) of the Daigo-ji Temple and entered into the priesthood.
  117. When he was 18 years old, he went to Kyoto at the order of Shinobitsuna and studied ancient Confucianism under the guidance of Togai ITO.
  118. When he was 18, he studied under Eiku at Kurodani Valley in the Saito precinct deep within Mt. Hiei-zan, where he took one character from the names of each of his teachers Genko and Eiku to create the name Honenbo Genku.
  119. When he was 19 in 1771, he went to Kyoto to study medicine and lived with his mother.
  120. When he was 19 years old, he participated in 'Kawagoe senku' (event of renga held at Kawagoe-jo Castle), learned from Shinkei and became acquainted with Sogi IO.
  121. When he was 19 years old, he went to the capital (Kyoto) to study under Kageki KAGAWA, and was referred to as the top of 1000 disciples.
  122. When he was 22 years old, he went to Kyoto in order to study medicine.
  123. When he was 24 years old he became enlightened when he heard the sound of a bell.
  124. When he was 24 years old, he completed the study of teaching of Jodo Sect under the guidance of Shoku, a priest of the Seizan school of the Jodo Sect, but he was not persuaded and when he was 26 years old, he started to study Zen under the guidance of Kakuan, a priest of the Nihon Daruma Sect who resided at Tonomine in Yamato Province.
  125. When he was 25 in 1835, he became the 18th chief priest of the Zenno-ji Temple in Manabe Village, Nihari District (present-day Tsuchiura City, Ibaraki Prefecture).
  126. When he was 25 years old, he became the adopted heir of Kinhisa SHIMIZUDANI, who was a biological child of Kimikatsu and succeeded to the head of the Shimizudani family.
  127. When he was 26 years old, he published his criticism "The Essence of Novels".
  128. When he was 26 years old, he returned home in order to look after his sick mother.
  129. When he was 26 years old, he started to work for the Tayasu family as a trainee okuzume (adviser to the shogun) and then he was promoted to Kinjiban Todori Jiseki (vice chief of attendant to Shogun) followed by Okuzume Eshi (painter).
  130. When he was 27 years old, he bought "Sendai Kyujihongi" and "Kojiki", read KAMO no Mabuchi's book, and started studying Japanese classical culture.
  131. When he was 28 years old in 1881, he was running business as a cotton-yarn dealer in Osaka, but moved back to his hometown once.
  132. When he was 28, he was assigned to bugyo (magistrate) of traditional kishimai (court dances and music) which was passed down from ancient Abe clan; the ancestor of the Abe family, in Daijo-sai festival (a festival to celebrate the succession of an emperor) of the Emperor Gokogon.
  133. When he was 30 years old, he married Kayo NAKAJIMA's daughter.
  134. When he was 30 years old, he was accepted by Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA, who was a son of Munetake TAYASU and became an adopted child of Sadakuni MATSUDAIRA, the lord of the Shirakawa Domain, and then he became his Kinju (attendant) and served Sadanobu until he retired in 1812.
  135. When he was 31 in June, 1783, he dissected an executed dead body under the instruction of Genshun KOISHI in Fushimi, and the observation was recorded by a painter, Ranshu YOSHIMIURA.
  136. When he was 36, Kakuban laid eyes on the then current situation of Koya-san Mountain, which is Sohonzan (the head temple) of Shingon sect.
  137. When he was 37 years old, he was presented a mountain villa at Narutaki, in the northwestern part of Kyoto (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City) by Tsunahira NIJO, who had been favoring the Ogata brothers, and he built a kiln there.
  138. When he was 44 in April, 1796, he resigned Iwami no suke.
  139. When he was 57, his mentor Kerin passed away, so he suddenly left and traveled to Kyoto, leaving Ryushin-ji temple in the hands of his disciple Daicho.
  140. When he was 6 years old, he moved to Osaka where his father worked at that time and studied under Shozan OKUNO at first and then under Heiachiro OSHIO, where his talent was recognized.
  141. When he was 6 years old, he was adopted by Takezo FUKUDA, a wood block carver of Takeya-machi.
  142. When he was 66 years old, he participated in the rebuilding of Kyoro Imperial Palace at Ansei period to create many wall paintings at the palace
  143. When he was 68 he began climbing Mt. Odaigahara after being influenced by Tessai TOMIOKA, and at his own expense built a mountain trail and set up a small hut on the mountain.
  144. When he was Chief of the 3rd Shidan, Russo-Japanese War broke out and he departed to the front.
  145. When he was Minister of Education he emphasized nurturing of educated 'citizens,' and he tried to 'put an emphasis on science, English and the education of girls.'
  146. When he was a Minister resident to Siam, he implored the king to donate a part of excavated Buddha's ashes to Japan, and it was accepted.
  147. When he was a boy, a Goryeo physiognomist prophesied that he would become neither Emperor nor subject, which comes true.
  148. When he was a boy, he learned about waka poetry from his grandfather, FUJIWARA no Tameie.
  149. When he was a child (until about age fourteen), he was called Bennosuke (written as '辨助' or '弁助' or '弁之助', pronunciation is the same), and later he also called himself Niten or Niten Doraku.
  150. When he was a child Monzaemon's name was Jirokichi.
  151. When he was a child, he became a Zen priest and learned Confucianism from Ichio Genshin who was magodeshi (disciples of one's disciples) of Genju KEIAN.
  152. When he was a child, he renounced the world and became a Buddhist priest in the Jodo Shinshu sect (an offshoot of the Jodoshu sect), attached to Yoan-ji Temple.
  153. When he was a child, he took the tonsure (became a priest) at Yomeian of Tofuku-ji Temple in Kyoto and began his religious studies there; later he took Tokuho Zenketsu (a Zen Buddhist priest) of Ryoan-ji Temple as his mentor and began training in Zen meditation, formally receiving the transmission of the dharma from his master Tokuho.
  154. When he was a child, he was placed with a temple of Jodoshu sect, but in about 1470, he moved to Kaga Province.
  155. When he was a devoted believer of Nenbutsu sect and became a disciple of the holy priest Shinran, he was given the name Shinganbo kyonen as his go (byname) and founded Jigan-ji Temple in 1223.
  156. When he was a government official, he had a hard time because he had no backer, but he contributed to the establishment of a banking system.
  157. When he was a research assistant at the botanical laboratory of Imperial University of Tokyo, he identified spermatozoids of ginkgo first in the world.
  158. When he was a senior, he visited Kyoto and Nara in an antiquities study tour of the school and was deeply moved by the Horyu-ji Temple.
  159. When he was a single, he enjoyed driving on his cherished car, the Nissan Gloria.
  160. When he was a student at the Imperial University, he wanted to enter the (Japanese) Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce.
  161. When he was a student of Daigaku Yobimon, he had Yoshikoto NAKAMURA, a future president of the South Manchuria Railway Company, as a fellow lodger in his boarding house.
  162. When he was a student preparing for a school entrance exam a year after having failed the one the previous year and upon graduating high school, he contributed a satirical scenario to a public magazine 'Ningen Kigeki' (Human Comedy), which won a prize as one of the five honorable mentions (the title was 'Mr. Goemon').
  163. When he was a student, he sent his sketches to newspaper companies such as 'The Yomiuri Shimbun'.
  164. When he was a student, he spearheaded the student movement at Kyoto University after "Takemoto shobun" struggle as the chairman of the national student association.
  165. When he was a university student, he was acquainted with Shiki MASAOKA and learned haiku under Shiki.
  166. When he was a young boy living in Kyoto, he learned seal engraving from Fuyo KO and was given the pseudonym, Kansho.
  167. When he was about to assume for himself the title of Shinno (New Emperor), he was advised agasinst doing so by his younger brother, TAIRA no Masahira, and his page, IWA no Kazutsune, however, he ignored their advice.
  168. When he was about to meet a disaster, a female appears in front of the man and guided him back to his home.
  169. When he was admiring the cherry blossoms alone, many people came to see the flowers as they had done in the past.
  170. When he was an assistant director
  171. When he was an officer, he went rounds in the territory of the Hitotsubashi family and was involved in recruiting farmer-soldiers.
  172. When he was appointed as a member of Goryo-eji, he made an agreement with Kondo (Isami KONDO), that there would not be any more Shinsengumi members that would be allowed to leave the Shinsengumi.
  173. When he was appointed as the head priest of Tendai Sect in 1038, believers of Ennin were furiously offended and petitioned directly to kanpaku (a chief advisor to the Emperor) FUJIWARA no Yorimichi in the following year, 1039.
  174. When he was appointed to an envoy to the Usa Hachiman-gu Shrine, he visited Dazaifu saying that he would pay a sympathetic visit to Michizane and, after his return to Kyoto, he reported to the Emperor and Tokihira the conditions of Michizane.
  175. When he was appointed to the post of great fund raiser in 118, he was already over 60 years old.
  176. When he was around 19 years of age, he moved to Gyuko-ji Temple in Tosa for an apprenticeship under Shonan Soke.
  177. When he was around 32 years of age, Tosai went to Edo where he spent a dozen years living at various locations including Azabu but, subsequently at about 46 years of age, he lived with a Chinese interpreter Kuhei FUKAMI in Osaka.
  178. When he was around ten years old, he became a trainee priest of Unzen Ichijo-in Temple, but he kept painting whenever he had time.
  179. When he was around the age of 17, his poems and paintings were approved by the lord of the domain of Kofu, Yoshiyasu YANAGISAWA, and for 18 years since, he served for him.
  180. When he was around two to three years old, he stopped crying if menoto (wet nurse) showed him a statue of Michizane SUGAWARA.
  181. When he was asked to write something on a shikishi (a square of heavy decorated paper for writing poem, motto and others), he often wrote "知魚楽" in Chinese characters.
  182. When he was assassinated in the Kakitsu Incident, the dwindling of the Shogun's power and the decline of shogunate authority became apparent.
  183. When he was assigned as Onmyo no kami in 1055, it was established that the positions of Reki hakase and Tenmon hakase were to be passed down by succession within the Kamo and the Abe clans, respectively.
  184. When he was at Kitanosho, as "Loose regulations by mister Hori-Saemon no kami," over 30 articles on notice board to criticize salary for retainers determined by Hidemasa and bad behavior of peasant and townspeople were displayed.
  185. When he was at office of Kenrei (prefectural governor), he was called with a familiar name of 'Kenrei of public work' or 'Oni (ogre) Kenrei', as he aggressively pushed public works (engineering works) ahead over residents' opposition.
  186. When he was at the advanced age of 62 years, after the premature death of his first son, Naotsune, his second son, Naonori, was born in 1653, and Naoyoshi passed away while Naonori was still a child.
  187. When he was awarded the kabane of ISAYAMA no Muraji, he was placed at the rank of Juhachiinoge (Junior Eighth Rank, Lower Grade).
  188. When he was born was unknown.
  189. When he was born, the Imagawa clan had been already expelled from Suruga Province by Shingen TAKEDA, and Norimochi was said to be born in Odawara, the home ground of the Gohojo clan which was his mother's family.
  190. When he was captured and investigated by the bakufu's inspectors Shigetomo OKADO and Shigeoki KONDO, Okado stated as follows.
  191. When he was defeated at Kobukuro-zaka Slope, he retreated back to Tosho-ji Temple (Kamakura City) to greet Takatoki HOJO who was Tokuso (the patrimonial head of the main branch of the Hojo clan).
  192. When he was died in 700, he was cremated by his will for the first time in Japan.
  193. When he was dying, he had a thread tied to the hand of the statue of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata), putting the palms together.
  194. When he was dying, he was conferred to Junior First Rank which was not given to the ministers of left and right of Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents) and received an imperial proclamation of Jun-daijin (Vice Minister).
  195. When he was eight years old, his father was placed in disinheritance and deported in the aftermath of Tempo Reforms; therefore his uncle Sukekata SHIBUKSWA succeeded to the family estate.
  196. When he was eight years old, his favorite book was "Bukan" (a book of heraldry); when he was twelve years old, it was "Dainihonshi" (Great History of Japan).
  197. When he was eight years old, the Yamana family was ruined by the invasion of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and his father became a ronin (masterless samurai).
  198. When he was eighteen years old (1858), he got married Chiyo, the younger sister of Atsutada, changed his name to Eiichiro and moved to Edo to become a disciple of Gyodon KAIHO in 1861.
  199. When he was eighty-five years old in his later years, he fell sick with paralysis, but he was not discouraged and continued to produce calligraphies.
  200. When he was eleven, his father died and he succeeded as head of the family.
  201. When he was employed as a mercenary by the Tokugawa bakufu on July 11, 1867, he was a shirabeyaku (investigator) and mimawariguminami.
  202. When he was engaged in royalist activities he was the constant target of assassination by the shogunate.
  203. When he was executed, Romoki described as follows.
  204. When he was five years old, Oshima's father, who was a professor at (present day) Okayama University, passed away, and Oshima moved to Kyoto City where his mother's home was located.
  205. When he was five years old, he was selected to be the Monzeki of Chion-in Temple and entered the temple.
  206. When he was five years old, his mother died and he was raised by his father in Kyoto.
  207. When he was forty, he reached an established theory through the words of Cho Sai (Zhang Zai), 'the mind unites nature and emotion,' and 'seisokuri' (xing ji li) (human nature is natural law) of Tei I (Cheng Yi), and established Bin-gaku (Bin neo-confucianism).
  208. When he was four years old, he moved to Nagoya City where his mother's family, the Goto family, had been living.
  209. When he was fourteen, he started to go to purchase indigo plants by himself, which created the foundation on which he could easily absorb economic systems in the Europe era and later brought about his thoughts of realistic rationalism.
  210. When he was fourteen, he studied the Sanron doctrine under Meicho of Gankoji Temple in Nara.
  211. When he was given the position of Nakatsukasa Dayu, he restored the Yuki clan to its height of prosperity.
  212. When he was granted an audience to Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, the Fifth Seii Taishogun, at the age of 14 in 1697, he was given Nyu-gun County in Echizen Province with 30,000 koku of rice produced annually, and became lord of Kazurano Domain.
  213. When he was hauled before Kiyomori, Nobuyori did try to justify his actions, but given that he was the ringleader in the death of Shinzei and the assault on Sanjo Palace, and had taken up arms and fought in the battle right up until the very moment of defeat, he was judged an enemy of war and executed.
  214. When he was helping Toyo-no-kuni to draw a portrait of kabuki actor in 1852, he signed his name as "disciple Yasoya."
  215. When he was in Jiangnan, Juyi BAI had a subordinate, In Kyoritsu; later when Juyi BAI moved to Changan, he sent the above poem to In.
  216. When he was in Tokyo, he studied commercial designs and the like, while established a unique woodblock style under the influence of German expressionism.
  217. When he was in a dormitory of Eihei-ji Temple, a hanging bell was put down by somebody.
  218. When he was in bed with his illness, he would sing in a loud voice.
  219. When he was in his mid-fifties, he wandered various places in the Kanto region.
  220. When he was in the Goryoeji, he assumed the leadership of 300 vigilantes.
  221. When he was in this junior high school, he was taught by an American missionary, Elmer, about Christianity, and became a life-long Christian.
  222. When he was informed that Rokuhara Tandai officers (chief officers of the Kamakura bakufu in Kyoto whose agency was responsible for security of Kinai, judicial affairs in western Japan, and also for any negotiations with the Imperial Court) were killed by Takauji ASHIKAGA, Sadatsune betrayed Hidetoki and had him killed in a battle.
  223. When he was invited to give a lecture at a university, he said about the telefeature "Edogawa Ranpo no Bijo Series" (Beauty series of Ranpo Edogawa) that 'it is important to insert nudity at 9:55 (so that the viewers don't change the channel).'
  224. When he was leaving for Ezochi (inhabited area of Ainu) after hearing of the crossing of Takeaki ENOMOTO, Toshizo HIJIKATA, and others, KONDO was captured by the new government army in the castle town of Yonezawa-jo Castle and sent to Edo.
  225. When he was led into Kyoto, a large crowd--including the Emperor himself--gathered to catch a glimpse of the famous warrior.
  226. When he was living in Tokyo, he bred several dogs in his house, so his house went to ruin.
  227. When he was monjosho (a student of literary studies in the Imperial University), he passed Horyakushi (the exam for selecting Court officials), and then he held various positions, such as Shikibu shoyu (Junior Assistant of the Ministry of Ceremonial) and Shikibu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonial).
  228. When he was nine years old, he entered Daitoin of Kennin-ji Temple and was taught by a priest named Kugon.
  229. When he was older he entered the Daisan Koto Gakko (former Third High School; now Kyoto University) but had to withdraw when his father's business failed.
  230. When he was on duty to help to construct Nagoya-jo Castle on order from the bakufu, he lamented as follows.
  231. When he was over eighty years old, he went to Kyoto once again, and stayed in Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei.
  232. When he was passing through the Misaka Pass located on the boundaries of Shinano Province and Mino Province, his horse missed its footing on a bridge, and he and his horse fell into a deep valley.
  233. When he was performing actively mainly in Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka) at a younger age, he was called 'Senkaku duo' along with Tojuro SAKATA for their beauty, and won immense popularity.
  234. When he was playing the bass guitar in a music store, Kankuro KUDO, who was passing by, saw him by chance.
  235. When he was plunged into a crisis, he was saved by Chu-dai and Dosetsu, who had established a base for searching for the Dog Warriors in an old temple in Isawa town.
  236. When he was pushed to the edge by his enemy, he called for support arms on Oogaki-jo and Inuyama-jo Castles and was besieged in the Gifu-jo Castle.
  237. When he was put into a jail as the result of an accusation by an ex-follower, he was in a cell with a vicious parricide murderer because he was told, "A religious leader like you must have an ability to give a hand to such a vicious man."
  238. When he was reburied from the first burial place to Zenpuku-ji Temple in Azabu in 1977, his body was found partially mummified.
  239. When he was relaxing at the residence of Shoden of Okazen (on Tokunoshima) on August 26, Akana, who heard of their visit to Tokuno-shima Island, visited Saigo with two children.
  240. When he was requested by his disciples to leave a will concerning the division of his property, he is said to have left a will saying 'Division of property should be decided according to physical strength.'
  241. When he was requested to suppress the Shimabara War from the Tokugawa shogunate in 1638, Katsunari joined the shogunate army with Katsutoshi (his first legitimate son) and Katsusada (his grandchild) leading about 6,000 warriors from his clan.
  242. When he was residing at Tosho-ji Temple (present-day Kokutai-ji Temple (Takaoka City)) on Mt. Nijo in 1327, he responded to Emperor Godaigo's request for advice.
  243. When he was sent to Kamakura under guard, he cried constantly and refused to take meals offered to him.
  244. When he was serving as the chief priest in Godaisan Chikurin-ji Temple wakibo, he fell in forbidden love with Uma ONO, who was a daughter of an Ikakeya (a craftsman who fixes the metal pans or pots) and was 20 years younger than him.
  245. When he was seven, he became a disciple of yugyoshonin (a high-ranking monk who travels around for ascetic practices) and he was named Nennami.
  246. When he was sick in bed at home, a family member told him that the carriage of Kaneie had arrived.
  247. When he was sixteen, he was given inherited secret swordplay from Eisuke, a monk in Jufuku-ji Temple in Kamakura.
  248. When he was small, he studied under his cousin, Shokaku Sanboin (the child of MINAMOTO no Toshifusa who was the Minister of the Left).
  249. When he was small, he was brought up with much love from his father, the Cloistered Emperor Kameyama, together with his older nephew, Imperial Prince Takaharu (later Emperor Godaigo).
  250. When he was small, he was called Genpachiro one time, and Toshihira at another time.
  251. When he was small, he was so mischievous that he drew complaints from his neighbors.
  252. When he was small, he went to Kamakura and served Issan Ichinei at the Kencho-ji Temple as saburai-warawa (a boy accompanying a dignity).
  253. When he was stationed in Russia, he continued reading massive amount of books in a dark room and a doctor warned him that 'if you continue using your eyes in that way, you will lose your eyesight'.
  254. When he was still Togu, he proposed marriage to Aoi no ue (Lady Aoi), but Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) refused him.
  255. When he was studying at Tokyo Ordinary Middle School (later Tokyo First Junior High School and currently Tokyo Metropolitan Hibiya High School), he intended to become a playwright and after graduation joined a newspaper publisher, Tokyo Nichinichi Shinbun.
  256. When he was summoned to the central government which decided to transfer him to the Ministry of Industry, he recommended his younger brother Takatoshi IWAMURA as his successor for the governor of Saga Prefecture and the national government approved it.
  257. When he was summoned to the consultation, he appeared dressed too casually and without his forehead being shaved in the sakayaki style, which was mandatory for samurai during those days, he was sentenced to Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) for being too irreverent, which led to the end of the family line.
  258. When he was ten years old, Takuan became a priest at Shonen-ji Temple in Izushi and was granted Kaimyo (posthumous Buddhist names) of Shuno.
  259. When he was the Kyoto shoshidai, there was a great fire that destroyed the Kyoto Imperial Palace, and he received a tea house from Emperor Komei for his achievement of its restoration.
  260. When he was the Minister of Home Affairs, he was the superior of Matsutaro SHORIKI, and when Shoriki was later blamed for the Toranomon Incident and left the ministry to begin the business of the Yomiuri Shinbun Newspaper, he lend fund money to Shoriki without any conditions by mortgaging his own house.
  261. When he was the Secretary General of the League of Nations, he clearly mentioned in his public appearance abroad that he doubted the foundation year of Japan.
  262. When he was the army major general, he used regularly a pocket watch of solid gold and his military uniform was a made-to-order article made in France.
  263. When he was the chief priest of Kanei-ji Temple, he deplored that bush warblers in Ueno forest started to sing belatedly and their notes were not sweet.
  264. When he was thirteen years old, he worked at a liquor wholesaler as apprenticeship; the master recognized his talent since he was easily carrying shito-daru (barrel of seventy-two liters), and on the introduction of the master, he entered Sakaigawa Stable.
  265. When he was thirteen, he visited Manpuku-ji temple in Uji City with his teacher Kerin, and was given a gatha (ritual Buddhist poem) by his mentor Kerin's own mentor, Dokutan Shokei.
  266. When he was thirty-five he had two children, Kikujiro on January 2, 1860 (of the old calendar), (later mayor of Kyoto city), and Okiku (later Kikuko married a brother of Iwao OYAMA) in 1862.
  267. When he was to succeed to the name of Takenojo VI, Takenojo's professional name was considered to be the childhood name of Uzaemon ICHIMURA, and this family name was a noble one for the Uzaemon ICHIMURA family.
  268. When he was told to shorten the dialogue, Tojuro asked to let him use the same dialogue for one more performance.
  269. When he was transferred to Rokkaku prison house in Kyoto, he was in a cell next to Kuniomi HIRANO, who was captured during the Ikuno Incident, with whom he exchanged waka poems.
  270. When he was twenty one years old, while he was a Rear Admiral candidate student, he was demoted from nobility to subject and he established the family of Marquis Komatsu. (He succeeded the ritual of the Komatsunomiya family.)
  271. When he was twenty-five, Gyokuran, the wife of Taiga visited Wakayama.
  272. When he was twenty-four years old, the Empress Gensho ceded the Imperial Throne to him and he ascended the throne.
  273. When he was twenty-three he visited Chondoshu (潮音洞主) in Mt. Putuo (Zhejiang Province), where he served as a non-priest devotee.
  274. When he was twenty-two years old, he published "狩衣至要鈔" and, then, published many books including "禁秘御抄階梯," "公事根源鈔階梯," "諒闇装束之事," "一上要覧," "摂関要覧," "彗星出現年々" and "滋草拾露" (personal complete works).
  275. When he was twenty-two, he suffered from severe diarrhea, and that roused him to travel through Mutsu province; thereafter, he began visiting Buddhist teacher-guides all over the country.
  276. When he was two years old, Nobumoto MIZUNO (a brother of Odai), who had become the head of the Mizuno clan after the death of Tadamasa MIZUNO, came to belong to the Oda family in Owari Province.
  277. When he was warned by Keiroku TSUZUKI, Yoshifuru said 'I understood the point of each speech.'
  278. When he was working for Morimura Gumi, he was invited by Denzaburo to go to a new post at the Kosaka Mine, where he introduced new technology and contributed to the reconstruction of Fujita Gumi.
  279. When he was young (around nine years old), he went to Edo and was determined to learn haikai (popular linked verse).
  280. When he was young, Yuko learned the Chinese classics under a monk Ninjoshugyo at Sokoku-ji Temple and practiced waka poetry composition under various waka poets, and grown to be known for his profound learning.
  281. When he was young, he and his father were snubbed due to their background, but after his father was enthroned in 1068 (Jiryaku 4), he was proclaimed a Shinno (Imperial prince) and became Imperial Prince Sadahito.
  282. When he was young, he asked his father to buy him an electric bass guitar, but his father dismissed the idea by saying that the bass has nothing to do with Kabuki.
  283. When he was young, he caused an incident when he ran away with his male attendant and escaped to hot springs.
  284. When he was young, he learned at Atsutane HIRATA, a scholar of Japanese classical literature, and was recognized by Nariakira SHIMAZU, the lord of Satsuma Domain and appointed a county accounting officer.
  285. When he was young, he left for Kyoto with his father, Sokyu HIRASAWA, and they became disciples of Mitsuhiro KARASUMARU to learn 31-syllable Japanese poems.
  286. When he was young, he read "Thinking and Experience" written by Kitaro NISHIDA, who was also from Kahoku City.
  287. When he was young, he sang Saibara (genre of Heian-period Japanese court music (primarily consisting of gagaku-styled folk melodies)) and 'Takasago' in front of Genji (Sakaki (The Green Branch)), and other than this he appears at many auspicious occasions such as 'Umegae' (The Plum Tree Branch), 'Fuji no Uraba' (Wisteria Leaves), and so on.
  288. When he was young, he studied under Etsuzan at Manpuku-ji Temple, Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture and became a monk; he gave himself the name Takafushi.
  289. When he was young, he was brought up with his older sister, Onna Ichi no Miya, by Murasaki no ue ('Wakana').
  290. When he was young, he was poor and was fond of studying.
  291. When he was young, it was pointed out that his performance was immature while he was popular among the public, but after his serious illness, his performance mellowed.
  292. When he washed his left eye, Amaterasu Oomikami was born; when he washed his right eye, Tsukuyomi no mikoto was born; when he washed his nose, Susanoo no mikoto was born.
  293. When he went across from Sagami to Kazusa Province, the deity of Hashirimizu no umi (the sea of Hashirimizu, present-day Yokosuka City) made waves rough and Yamato Takeru no Mikoto's ship was unable to move forward.
  294. When he went back to the capital, he somehow came to play a role in the local agency for the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and Kyoto, and he led a search for Yoshitsune and his family members who had conflicts with Yoritomo.
  295. When he went down to Nagasaki City by the order of SANJO in 1867, he formed a friendship with Ryoma SAKAMOTO and Nobuyuki NAKAJIMA, discussed a plan for Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor), and proposed the draft plan to Tomomi IWAKURA.
  296. When he went for a drive to Karuizawa, he was attended by Japanese police officers getting on patrol cars.
  297. When he went hunting and rested at Unagi Onsen Hot Spring in Yamakawa, but on March 1, 1874, Shimpei ETO, who was defeated in the Saga-no-ran War, came to visit him, and the next day he saw Eto to Ibusuki (Eto had been arrested in Tosa).
  298. When he went into battle at the time of the Osaka Natsu no Jin (Summer Siege of Osaka) in 1615 on the side of Tadatomo HONDA, he got military exploits in spite of the fact that he was seriously injured having as many as four wounds with spears and guns.
  299. When he went into battle, it is said that he usually had his favorite spear Tonbokiri, his Kazuno wakidate kabuto (a helmet with an ornament in the shape of deer horns), and a big juzu (rosary) on his shoulder.
  300. When he went on these long horse rides, he would ride alone, leaving his attendants behind.
  301. When he went to Edo again to meet Takamori SAIGO in 1867, he formed an alliance between the Satsuma Domain and the Tosa Domain, and he aimed for the anti-shogunate movement.
  302. When he went to Edo in 1824, he impeached a person in charge of managing edohantei (residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo) of the Saga Domain, insisting that the edohantei's finance was falling into confusion.
  303. When he went to Ezo, he joined Shinsengumi under control of Toshizo HIJIKATA.
  304. When he went to Hatsuse and conducted the Buddhist memorial service of the Twenty-First Day, the sound of koto was heard from the mountains and he was reunited with Princess Kayo.
  305. When he went to Kyoto as Udaisho (as full general) in 1192, he called a child of Hakumyo to repay an old kindness and ordered him to send ayu sushi to Kamaukura every year.
  306. When he went to Kyoto in 1192 as Udaisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), he called a child of Hakumyo, expressed his gratitude and ordered to send ayzushi to Kamakura every year.
  307. When he went to Kyoto in 1862, he was received in audience by Emperor Komei and given tenpai (to be given sake from Emperor).
  308. When he went to Tokyo with Takayoshi, KUKI on June 28, 1869, he visited Yukichi FUKUZAWA again with the recommendation of the domain and got permission to enter the Gakko Hojin (incorporated educational institution) Keio Gijuku.
  309. When he went to take charge as Mikawa no kami (Governor of Mikawa Province), he divorced with his wife and took another woman with him to the appointed province.
  310. When he went to the capital in 1338, he moved Honsho-ji Temple in Kamakura to Rokujo Horikawa, Kyoto, and renamed it as Honkoku-ji Temple (written as 本国寺, written today as 本圀寺).
  311. When he went up to Kyoto, he served as a secretary of Hijikata.
  312. When he went upstairs within the Rashomon, he felt someone's presence there.
  313. When he woke up and looked into his warehouse, the sword was there as described, so he brought it to Kamuyamatoiwarebiko.
  314. When he woke up, eating utensils such as rice paddles were scattered around him.
  315. When he worked in Edo, it was customary that he presented himself in front of the shogun and received a present from the shogun, showing that he was treated almost as an independent daimyo.
  316. When head families were ranked as a higher grade, Shishaku was conferred on their branched families as an exception.
  317. When heading to Miyazu City from Maizuru, the Ofuna-toge Mountain Pass was used before this mountain pass was available; however, this mountain pass became available in the Meiji period in response to a request by local people, and works as a bypass road at present.
  318. When hearing that news, Munenaga YAMAGUCHI reinforced the defenses of Daishoji-jo Castle and sent envoys to Kazunori AOKI, the head of Kitanosho-jo Castle and Nagashige NIWA, the head of Komatsu-jo Castle in order to request for help, but it was too late.
  319. When heat history is high, the color of a product becomes blackish, and its scorching smell would be too strong.
  320. When her Takebashi residence burnt down during Meireki no Taika (the Great Fire of Meireki) in 1657, she took up temporary residence at the palace of the Kishu Tokugawa family.
  321. When her daughter Jisshi officially became menoto the following year, Mitsuko, as the mother, was called Okura Sanmi.
  322. When her father Nagamasa and her grandfather Hisamasa AZAI killed themselves, Sugen-in escaped from the castle together with her mother Ichi, elder sisters Yodo-dono and Joko-in, and they were protected by Nobunaga.
  323. When her father, Emperor Gomizuno, was alive, she was given a separate palace, called Rakushiken, within the premises of Shugakuin Rikyu (Shugakuin Imperial Villa).
  324. When her feelings of desolation reach a peak during the dancing, the maid Yugiri stands up to pass a message to her that she has just received, and says as follows.
  325. When her granddaughter the Imperial Princess Abe acceded to the throne and became the Empress Koken in 749, Miyako was conferred Grand Empress Dowager, and died in 754.
  326. When her husband ascended the throne in 724, she received the the title of Fujin (consort of the emperor) as Ikai (Court rank) of kokyu (empress's residence).
  327. When her husband clasps his hands in prayer, the shite is free from the paranoid obsession and then dances joyfully.
  328. When her husband died in 1153, she became a priestess, and was called Ike no Zenni because she lived at Ikedono (Hall of the Pond) in Rokuhara.
  329. When her husband was killed, she fled into the mountains of Yamato Province with her children, but upon being informed that her mother was captured by the enemy, she reported herself to Kiyomori in order to ask to spare the lives of her mother and children.
  330. When her niece Soshinni and her husband, Yukikazu MACHINO, became ronin as a result of the Kaieki (demotion) of his overlords, the GAMO clan, Kasuga no Tsubone employed Soshinni as her aide and arranged to have Soshinni's granddaughter (from a daughter who had married into another family) Jishoin enter the O-oku.
  331. When hikitsuke (Court of justice) was established in 1249, he became a hikitsukeshu (Coadjustor of the High Court) and went up to Kyoto to salute Prince Munetaka in 1252.
  332. When his adopted daughter, FUJIWARA no Genshi (Chugu (Empress) of Emperor Gosuzaku) passed away early, Yorimichi tried his luck on his only daughter and made her go under Judai (marry into the imperial court) to Emperor Goreizei on February 11, 1051 and promoted her to Kisai no miya (Empress) on April 2 of the same year.
  333. When his adoptive father Fusatomo died in 1449, Fusasada inherited shugoshiki (or, shugoshoku: post of provincial constable) of Echigo.
  334. When his attendants looked down at the valley, they thought he already died.
  335. When his biological brother Daikichi ECHIZENYA caused a scandal, INAMURA secluded himself to Inage, Shimosa Province to avoid a possibility of the Domain getting punished and also changed his name to Zuio UMIGAMI.
  336. When his brother Yorimoto HOSOKAWA succeeded Yoshimasa SHIBA as Kanrei, Yoriyuki assisted with government affairs and returned to the shogunate administration as a senior retainer.
  337. When his brother died in 1757, he took over as the head of the family and became the sixth lord of the Domain.
  338. When his coming of age ceremony was held, his name was Michitsura NAKANOIN.
  339. When his cousin SOGANOKURA-YAMADA no Ishikawamaro read out the Johyobun (memorial to the Emperor), his trembling was noted as suspicious, but this was cut by Prince Naka no Oe no Oji and SAEKI no Komaro.
  340. When his disciples asked Ryoo for last words as teacher at his deathbed, Ryoo once refused.
  341. When his elder brother MINAMOTO no Yoritomo rose up in arms in Izu Province on August 17, 1180 (old old lunar calendar) to defeat the Taira clan (Jisho-Juei War), he rallied to joined the banner of his brother.
  342. When his elder brother MINAMOTO no Yoritomo rose up in arms to defeat the Taira clan (Jisho-Juei War), he joined his brother, and after such battles as the Battle of Ichinotani, the Battle of Yashima, and the Battle of Dannoura, he destroyed the Taira clan as the most distinguished contributor to the victory.
  343. When his elder brother Yoshiatsu fell seriously ill in December, 1433, he returned to secular life and succeeded the headship of the Shiba clan at the behest of Yoshinori ASHIKAGA.
  344. When his elder brother, Masayoshi, died in the Battle of Mikatagahara, he took over as the family head of the Naruse clan.
  345. When his elder brother, the 12th family head Iemitsu ISHIKAWA died in April 1330, he supported Michifusa and succeeded the family estate, as Sadamitsu ISHIKAWA the eldest son of Iemitsu was very young.
  346. When his elder brother, who was a joza (the highest rank of bokan), died suddenly in 1549, Shinrai SHIMOTSUMA was appointed as a proxy of joza for his elder brother's young sons, Raiso SHIMOTSUMA and Raigei SHIMOTSUMA, until they came of age.
  347. When his end was approaching, in spite of his absorption and belief in Western studies and sciences, he realized it was fate and refused all the medical treatments and medications.
  348. When his father Hachimantaro Yoshiie died, his right older brother (the fifth son or the forth son of his father) MINAMOTO no Yoshitada succeeded to the family head and became the toryo (leader) of the Minamoto clan.
  349. When his father Hideyasu died from a disease in 1607, he became under the patronage of Tadanao MATSUDAIRA, the elder brother by a different mother.
  350. When his father Izanagi told Susano to rule the ocean, Susano cried and whined, saying that he wanted to go to Nenokuni (or Yomi, the land of the dead) where his mother Izanami was, and caused tremendous damage to heaven and earth.
  351. When his father Kaneie died, he succeeded to kanpaku.
  352. When his father Mitsuhide was killed in the wake of defeat in the Battle of Yamazaki, he couldn't withstand the attack by Kiyohide NAKAGAWA and Ukon TAKAYAMA and eventually committed suicide (there also exists historical material according to which the place of his death was Kameyama-jo Castle).
  353. When his father Moroyoshi died in 1376, he refrained to succeed the family estate because he was feeble.
  354. When his father Motouji died in 1367, he became the Kamakura kubo.
  355. When his father Munehiro died from a disease in 1338, Chikatomo sent his son Akitomo to take over his father's territory.
  356. When his father Munetada died, Munehide was an infant and his uncle Muneakira MATSUDAIRA inherited the Miyazu Domain after which Muneakira inherited it.
  357. When his father Nobumori became the commander in the siege of the Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple following the death of Naomasa BAN, he assisted his father and was dispatched with a reinforcement troop in various places in the Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto).
  358. When his father Shinran returned to Kyoto from the propagation in the Kanto region, Zenran was dispatched to Kanto in order to quell the disturbance within the religious disciples in Kanto.
  359. When his father Takatsune died in Echizen, Yoshimasa was allowed to serve his old master again and then rejoined the shogunate government.
  360. When his father Tomotsune KIKKAWA died in 1240, Tsunemitsu was already 49 years old thus it is likely that he had already inherited the family headship.
  361. When his father Toyoyuki was killed in 1471, his family, relatives, and vassals were thrown into confusion over the post of Shugo, and in that confusion Masayuki competed for the post of Shugo with Motoyuki YAMANA who was his own uncle and had already taken the post of Shugo before him.
  362. When his father Tsunashige brought him back to name him heir, Masanobu SHINMI, Masashige OTA, and Tokiyuki SHIMADA were ordered to work under Ienobu.
  363. When his father Tsuneoki and brother Motosuke IKEDA were killed in the Battle of Komaki Nagakute in 1584, he took over as the head of the family, gaining 130,000 koku in rice as the lord of Ogaki-jo Castle in Mino Province and then 130,000 koku as the lord of Gifu-jo Castle.
  364. When his father Yoriie died, he was only four years old.
  365. When his father Yoshihi was killed in battle in 1581, his brother Tadafusa SAGARA succeeded to the position of the family head of the Sagara clan, and Yorifusa was sent to Satsuma as a hostage of the Shimazu clan.
  366. When his father ascended the throne as King Muyeol after his return, he was given a director position called Hachinsan (forth-ranked officer) in 654, and then he was appointed Crown Prince.
  367. When his father became Kanpaku in 975, Akimitsu was also promoted to Sangi (Royal Advisor) and joined the noble court.
  368. When his father became a wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in Edo bakufu) to serve the shogunate government in 1788, Takamasa took the position to preside the administration of the domain.
  369. When his father died in 1338, he was still in his childhood, so he was raised by the vassal, Kakudo ISHIKAWA, together with his older brother, Tomofusa UESUGI.
  370. When his father died in 1495, Takemori SUE (Okifusa SUE's older brother) falsely charged the Nagato Shugodai, Hironori NAITO, of supporting Yoshioki's younger brother, Takahito OUCHI, leading Yoshioki to have Hironori and his son, Takahito NAITO, executed.
  371. When his father died in 1613, he took over as the head of the family and moved to Kishiwada; therefore, his younger brother Yoshichika KOIDE succeeded Izushi Domain.
  372. When his father died in 1867, he took over as head of the family and became the thirteenth lord of the Domain.
  373. When his father died in 821, he showed his sorrow by being in mourning for a period longer than the one laid down according to the rules of manners.
  374. When his father died in the Battle of Shijonawate, he was said to be only two years old.
  375. When his father died of disease in 1612, he succeeded his father to become the second lord of Shikano Domain.
  376. When his father passed away on February 4, 1652, he took over as the head of the family and became the 4th lord of the domain on April 1, 1652.
  377. When his father retired due to illness in 1494, he inherited the family estate and became the thirtieth family head of the Ouchi clan.
  378. When his father was killed, he returned to Kyoto for assassination attempt on TAIRA no Kiyomori; After the failure, he was arrested and decapitated.
  379. When his father, Harumoto, temporarily made peace with Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, Nobuyoshi was taken hostage by Nagayoshi.
  380. When his father, Kanemichi, became kanpaku (chief advisor to Emperor), he was promoted to court noble; however, when Kanemichi died, Kanemichi's younger brother, FUJIWARA no Kaneie, became the head of the family.
  381. When his father, TAIRA no Shigemori, heard of the event, he proceeded to execute a thorough retaliation on Motofusa, and this is what is referred to as the Denkanoriai Incident.
  382. When his father, TAIRA no Shigemori, who had been supposed to succeed Taira no Kiyomori, died of disease in July 1179 and TAIRA no Munemori took over as the head of the clan, Koremori and the other sons of Shigemori were put in a delicate position in the clan.
  383. When his father, Takauji, went to the capital as a general commander of the Kamakura Shogunate's army to suppress the force that Emperor Godaigo was raising on Mt. Senjo in Houki Province, he and his mother, Touko, were held in Kamakura as hostages of the Hojo clan.
  384. When his father, Yoshitsune, died suddenly during the spring of 1206, he inherited his position.
  385. When his father, Yoshitsura was killed in the ranks in Yamato Province by Nobuhide TAKEDA under the instruction by Yoshinori ASHIKAGA in 1440, the position of the head of the Isshiki family was assumed by Norichika ISSHIKI, who was from the branch line and a favorite subject of Yoshinori.
  386. When his father, the Retired Emperor Gotoba, was exiled after the Jokyu War in 1221, the Imperial Prince was implicated in this to be exiled to Kojima in Bizen Province.
  387. When his father-in-law, Nakamasa went down to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region) as Kokushi (provincial governors), he followed Nakamasa with his elder brothers and obtained Shoryo (territory) locally, where he started living in.
  388. When his foster mother of the Katsura family died in 1841, he returned to the Wada family where he was born, and grew up with his biological parents and elder sister.
  389. When his friend Masanori was ordered to construct Nagoya-jo Castle in Owari Province for Yoshinao TOKUGAWA, a child of Ieyasu, he grumbled, 'Why should I give my help to even construct a castle for a son of Ogosho (Ieyasu)?'
  390. When his genpuku (celebration of one's coming of age) took place on December 27, 1407 at Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA's Kitayama-dai (Kitayama residence, a second home), Yoshimitsu personally granted Yoshisuke to use a portion of his name, "Yoshi," as an eboshioya (a person who puts an eboshi (cap) on the relevant person in a genpuku ceremony).
  391. When his grandfather Minamoto no Yorimasa and father Nakatsuna mobilized the troops following Prince Mochihito and both died in battle in 1180, Aritsuna was in safety because he was staying in Izu Province, which was the chigyo-koku (provincial fiefdom) of Yorimasa.
  392. When his grandfather Shigeharu retired in 1596, as his father Kazushige had already been dead in 1582, the legitimate grandchild Kazuharu took over the shoryo (territory) in Kii Wakayama.
  393. When his grandfather died in 1622, he inherited 100 koku.
  394. When his grandson, Mitsugoro the 10th, was a young boy, he followed his grandfather and they ate Sapporo-style ramen noodles together.
  395. When his grandson, between his daughter, FUJIWARA no Kenshi, and Emperor Shirakawa was enthroned and became Emperor Horikawa, Murakami-Genji became the major power.
  396. When his legitimate child Naotsugu II succeeded, the construction of new castle started in Mt. Hikone where the Hikone-jo Castle exists at present.
  397. When his legitimate son Akizumi IWAMATSU opposed it and rose in revolt against him, Iezumi disinherited his son and appointed his grandson Hisazumi IWAMATSU (Akizumi's son) to his successor.
  398. When his legitimate son Nobutake fell ill in Kyoto, Tamenobu, in spite of his own illness, visited Nobutake from Tsugaru to Kyoto accompanied by Nobuhiro, and died there.
  399. When his lord Terumasa IKEDA was awarded the territory of 520,000 koku (crop yields of rice per year of the estate) and became the castellan of Himeji-jo Castle located in Harima Province after the Battle of Sekigahara, Masanobu was given karoku (hereditary stipend) of 4,600 koku.
  400. When his master, Mochitoyo (or Sozen) YAMANA, was transferred to Tanba Province, Sozei followed Mochitoyo and died in Tanba in 1455.
  401. When his mother, 龍, died in 1860, he was adopted by 九鬼隆周, a chief retainer of the Ayabe Domain who was looking for a successor, through the intercession of the lord of domain, Takayoshi, KUKI.
  402. When his nephew (Hikogoro SATO's 3rd son, Tamekichi) fell down in the garden and cut his forehead, it is said that Taizo immediately rushed towards Tamekichi, laughed and caressed the boy saying, "the boy is wounded when he was confronting the world, so joyful, so joyful."
  403. When his nephew TAIRA no Masakado was attacked by ambushing MINAMOTO no Tasuku who was a son of Kunika's father-in-law, Mamoru and went on the counterattack on March 16, 935, Kunika was killed in a fire of his residence called Ishida-kan.
  404. When his nephew Yoritomo raised an army, he looked down on Yoritomo and stood against him.
  405. When his nephew, Emperor Shomu was enthroned, Fusasaki ousted Nagaya no Okimi who held power as an imperial family member and was also his political rival (Incident of Prince Nagaya), and he took charge of the administration as the pivot of the Fujiwara Four Brothers (also called Fujiwara Four Sons) regime.
  406. When his older brother Kinkado died in 1671, he succeeded to the Ogimachisanjo family as a relay successor because the bereaved child Kinosa was too young.
  407. When his older brother MINAMOTO no Yoshiie became hard-pressed during the Gosannen no Eki (The Latter Three Years' War), Yoshimitsu, who was in the capital, renounced his court rank and headed for Oshu (Mutsu province) in order to help.
  408. When his older brother Nagatoshi escaped from Iki Province and raised an army while sheltering Emperor Daigo in Mt. Senjo in Hoki Province in February and March 1333, Genjo joined the army by leading monk soldiers in Daisenji Temple and others.
  409. When his older brother Suzakuin became a priest, he asked Genji, who was at the height of his glory, if he could be the guardian of Suzakuin's daughter and Genji's niece, Onna San no Miya, and take her as his legal wifebecause he did not have a noble wife with powerful guardians who was suitable as hihs legal wife.
  410. When his older brother Yasutoki HOJO, the third regent became severely ill in the same year, he immediately went down to Kamakura together with his cousin Tokimori HOJO, who was in Rokuhara Tandai Minamikata (Rokuhara Tandai South).
  411. When his older brother Yoshitoki died in 1224, he returned to Kamakura and was appointed the first Rensho (assistant to regent) to support his nephew Yasutoki.
  412. When his older brothers, Masatsura KUSUNOKI and Masatoki KUSUNOKI, were defeated and killed by the army of KO no Moronao in the Shijonawate War in 1348, Masanori took over the family estate to be the head of family, and became a spearhead busho of the Southern Court (Japan).
  413. When his older paternal half-brother, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, rose up in arms to overthrow the Taira family, he joined under that command and changed his name to Gien.
  414. When his oldest brother, Koretada, became a Sessho, Kaneie was valued highly.
  415. When his predecessor, Emperor Ankan died, his brother Emperor Senka ascended the throne because Emperor Ankan had no children.
  416. When his son Tojuro SAKATA IV succeeded to Ganjiro NAKAMURA III he had kojo and performed Koharu of "Kawasho, Shinju Ten no Amishima" (Double Suicide) in spite of his handicapped body.
  417. When his son, Jutoku, uttered Chankoro, a disparaging term for people of Chinese origin, in front of Tsugumichi after the Japanese-Sino War, he got furious and scolded him saying, "do not insult foreigners".
  418. When his son, Munetaka MATSUNOKI, was head of the family, the Matsunoki family was given the status of count because of the Peerage Law.
  419. When his son, Yasusuke, was captured by the Imperial court in 988 for being the chieftain of a group of thieves, as his father, Munetada was also arrested.
  420. When his stage name was Senjaku, he enjoyed huge popularity, especially when his performance of O-Hatsu was a big hit; his popularity was so great that everyone in the Kansai Region knew him.
  421. When his teacher Sanpaku became sick, Tenyu who was appreciated by Sanpaku got married with his daughter, Sada.
  422. When his teacher Shoin was arrested during the Ansei Purge in 1859, Takasugi visited him in jail.
  423. When his territory of control was large, many of the kokujin lords whom he ruled were formally allied with him on an equal footing.
  424. When his troops participated in the battle to lend a hand, he engaged in single combat with a well-known heroic figure, Danjo KIYAMA.
  425. When his uncle KO no Moronao temporarily resigned as a steward of the Ashikaga clan due to a conflict with Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA, Moroyo was appointed Moronao's replacement by Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  426. When his wife Izanami died in the section of kamiumi (bearing gods between Izanagi and Izanami) in the Japanese Methodology, Izanagi cried over her dead body, and Nakisawame appeared from Izanagi's tears.
  427. When his wife died during childbirth, he gave up his official post to mourn her death and brought up the bereaved child, TAIRA no Yoshimune, by himself.
  428. When his wife, Nunoshihime no mikoto knew her husband's death, she went down to Oshu, leaving the capital, and single-mindedly longed for her late husband, devoting herself in prayer to console the spirit of the mikoto until she died.
  429. When his wits almost made them successfully pass the check station, one of Togashi's men remarked, 'One of the party members always covers his face with an umbrella and behaves in a strange way, and he resembles Yoshitsune,' which further fueled their doubts.
  430. When his younger brother Hyobukyo no Miya visits her, Genji lets fireflies out inside of the bamboo blind, showing her beauty to him.
  431. When his younger brother, Emperor Anko, was murdered by his own stepchild, Prince Mayowa, Sakai no kurohiko no miko was almost murdered in conspiracy of his younger brother Ohatsuseno wakatakeruno miko (the later Emperor Yuryaku) who was trying to succeed the Imperial Throne.
  432. When his younger clique member, Takeshiro NAGAYAMA took the position as the Governor of the Hokkaido Government in 1888, HORI left the position of the government director, and he established the Hokkaido Colliery and Railway Company (it is the future Hokkaido Colliery and Shipping Company).
  433. When holding a sanbo with offerings on it, people should place their thumbs on the side edges, support the tray and the base with the other fingers, and keep the sanbo at eye level.
  434. When holding juzu in Isso (a ring), it should be hung on the left wrist and in this case, it should be hung in a manner where Moshu is placed on the wrist of the left hand.
  435. When holy places and sacred mountains are founded, first a large Buddhist temple is built as a central facility, then a small temple is built to the south-east to pray for the stability and prosperity of the mountain.
  436. When hostilities began, Yoshikiyo joined forces with Naotsune ISHIKAWA of Kaetsu-jo Castle and Kuro joined forces with Harunobu NOBUNAGA who was serving as Shugodai, but apparently, Kaetsu-jo Castle came under assault and was for a time lost (according to "Toji Kakocho" (To-ji Temple Death register)).
  437. When housing lots were developed during the decade from 1965, the caves were destroyed and a part of a gorinto (a gravestone composed of five pieces piled up one upon another) was found, in which the date "July 18, 1333" was inscribed.
  438. When humankind first awakened to belief in an Arahitogami (a kami who appears in this world in human form), the true value of civilization based on the rule of virtue (the way of kings) is shown forth for the first time.
  439. When humidity becomes high the fusuma and shoji used in rooms absorb moisture and they evaporate moisture when the air dries.
  440. When ice cream is wrapped with castella sponge cake or other food absorbing a lot of air is quickly deep-fried, the ice cream does not melt because the air prevents the heat from transferring to the inside.
  441. When ichinyo dedicated flowers to Omuro-gosho, Ninna-ji Temple, he was appointed to Omuro-gosho kamu shoku (the person in charge of flower arrangement) and received an order that "as the feature is real, you shall be called Yoshin" (literally, real feature.)
  442. When illegal sake flourished in the postwar period, people were forced to choose other liquors without any special feeling and good taste because there was no sake with special feelings and good taste in the market.
  443. When illegitimate children of Gosanke (the three privileged branches of the TOKUGAWA family including the OWARI, KII and MITO families) and Gosankyo (the three privileged branches of the TOKUGAWA family including the TAYASU, HITOTSUBASHI and SHIMIZU families) were adopted by fudai daimyo, they did not become shinpan in terms of status, but they were often treated as equally well as shinpan.
  444. When in 1213, during the Battle of WADA in which the family of the Wada clan raised an army against the Hojo clan, Tomomori was torn between Sanetomo and his clan; as result, Tomomori became a priest, called himself Amida Buddha, Koenbo, and headed to Kyoto.
  445. When in 1558 Yoshiteru and Harumoto closed in for an attack, Sadataka fought them back on Miyoshi's side, but once Yoshiteru and Nagayoshi were reconciled and Yoshiteru's return for Kyoto was permitted, Sadataka, together with Nagayoshi and Shogunal Deputy Ujitsuna HOSOKAWA, received Yoshiteru.
  446. When in 1585, Hideyoshi HASHIBA (also known as Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI) conquered Kii Province and the Saikato (also known as Saigato, Saika group) fell, Shigetomo served Hideyoshi as a retainer.
  447. When in 1771, after the death of Mabuchi, Norinaga MOTOORI introduced Mabuchi's theory in "Naobi no Mitama" (The Rectifying Spirit), he rejected 'karagokoro' (Chinese-mindedness) even more strongly; thus "Kokuiko" itself became the target of a debate.
  448. When in 1872, the school system was put in place by the Meiji Restoration, Terakoya gradually ceased to exist.
  449. When in 1937, the Taiwanese Federation for Local Autonomy, which was the last political organization during the period of Japanese rule, was forced to shut down, which incident marked the end of political movements by 'Taiwanese.'
  450. When in October of that same year he was informed that the allied armies of the Asai and Asakura clans had marched out, he led a sortie from Usayama-jo Castle in an effort to impede their advance, deploying his troops in Sakamoto in order to block their way forward.
  451. When in his ninety-first year, he produced and left Seven Kannon Statues (destroyed by fire in a Kofu air-raid) at Kyoan-ji Temple in Kofu (Kanente-cho, Kofu City,) and created an Amida Nyorai-zu (a picture of Amitabha Tathagata) at Kai-Zenko-ji Temple and then he disappeared.
  452. When in no hyojo (council presided by the Retired Emperor) came to be held regularly in the era of the Retired Emperor Gosaga, a person in this post became a responsible person of a rule by a Retired Emperor as a leading figure among hyojoshu (members of the Retired Emperor's council).
  453. When in the army during the Meitoku War, Yoriyuki stole food from the altar in a temple.
  454. When in the next year, 810, Heizei commanded Saga to relocate the capital to Heijo-kyo, Saga decided to raise a coup d'etat.
  455. When included in phrases, such as "Tenjo Tenge", it is pronounced "Tenge" even at present.
  456. When indicating Kunto at the New Year Imperial Poetry Reading Party (until 1959) or in the epitaph of Imperial Family, it is put in front of the person's own name (in the case of an Imperial Prince and a Princess, their Kunto is not put in front of the name of their husband, Imperial Family).
  457. When ingredients other than chicken are used, the dish is normally referred to by the name of the ingredient used, such as 'Octopus zangi.'
  458. When initially established as an independent domain, the demesme of the lord of the domain was only 4000 koku in rice, while the territories of the 15 families in the side line of the family were worth a total of 8000 koku rice.
  459. When inquired by the Imperial court about the fortune of accidents, Onmyoryo reported the results of Rikujinshinka in the form of Rikujin Kanmon (a form of report of the divination practiced by Onmyoji).
  460. When inserting bank notes into a naka-bukuro, they should be inserted with the face side (the side of the notes on which the face of a person is printed) facing the rear side of the naka-bukuro.
  461. When intellectuals arrived from the Southern Song Dynasty to avoid the invasion by Yuan, they passed down the latest Ju-kyo including Neo-Confucianism, and they were studied in temples of Zen sects such as the Five Great zen Temples of Kyoto and the Kamakura Gozan Temples.
  462. When intricate models are made, foil paper made of metal leaf or home-made paper made by lining (untearable) thin washi (Japanese paper) with metal leaf (for example, aluminum foil to avoid losing shape) is used.
  463. When investigating the possible location of Heijo-kyo, Sadamasa KITAURA discovered that ruins of the city remained on the ridges between rice fields and streets, which he recorded in "Heijo-kyu Daidairi ato tsubowari no zu," in 1852.
  464. When inviting Nichiren in, Jomyo donated a Jibutsu-do (temple building enshrining a Buddhist statue for private, individual worship) named 'Honmyo-ji Temple'in Nakayama, and Jonin built 'Hokke-ji Temple' in Wakamiya, a village next to Nakayama.
  465. When inviting deities, people in ancient India painted round or square magic squares and mandala with colored sand on a dirt mound, and exercised secret arts.
  466. When islanders were allowed to return to the Miyake-jima Island in 2006, whose volcano had erupted in 2000, the Emperor visited the island, though there was still a risk that the volcanic gas might spew.
  467. When it [the castle] was built by Ieyasu the eastern part of the current Ninomaru was the Honmaru, in the Tankaku style consisting only of Honmaru.
  468. When it bears seeds, they are polyembryonic and it is rare that the hybridized embryo grows.
  469. When it became a regular route, it extended its line from Kumiyama danchi to Kintetsu Okubo, also a part of bus which was managed by Keihan Uji Bus Uji Office was established the route (the route 23) that goes to Uji garage.
  470. When it became an issue how to anchor them to the new government even after the battles, rewards for the domains, troop and individuals who respectively contributed to the battles were considered.
  471. When it became obligatory to declare family names during the Meiji period, they took the surname 'Shibutani'.
  472. When it became popular, this genre became called 'senryu'.
  473. When it became the Sengoku period (period of warring states), samurai warriors and local ruling clans struggled with each other seeking to expand their influence, resulting in Kaido being used as traffic routes for transferring troops and transporting supplies.
  474. When it became the time of SEN no Sotan, the character of 'wabi' has come to express a person with not even one possession.
  475. When it burns until carbonized, the entire cooked rice may have burning smell.
  476. When it came beneath her, it stuck into her nether regions.
  477. When it came to the Edo period, mass-printed Gyoki-zu appeared as a result of the printing technology advancement.
  478. When it came to the Southern Song dynasty, Soukou DAIE, a disciple of Kokugon ENGO who belonged to the Yougi sect, started the Daikan sect in Zhejiang province, which became a major sect in the Rinzai School.
  479. When it came to the age of the warrior government, during the Kamakura period, Daijokan still functioned as an organ of government, but during the Muromachi period, the Daijokan gradually lost its essential power to become just a nominal title to indicate rank in the government.
  480. When it came to the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, during which Takauji ASHIKAGA formed a samurai government in Kyoto (the Northern Court) and Emperor Godaigo set up the Southern Court in Yoshino, Takatsune became engaged in a tug-of-war against the Southern Court, mainly in Hokuriku region as a military governor of Echizen Province.
  481. When it collapsed during the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, Ippen's ashes were visible, which confirmed that he was actually buried there.
  482. When it comes to Goshiki Fudo, places other than the above 6 locations are often mentioned.
  483. When it comes to Kamakura, he later kept a villa in Hayama.
  484. When it comes to a showdown or if an emergency arises.
  485. When it comes to bento (lunch box), children, who are not able to use chopsticks skillfully, eat like a dog, because staple diet, accompanying dish, and in some cases even dessert are still contained in one eating utensils all together.
  486. When it comes to its use, it is believed that it was not simply as a tool to catch sight of a thing like a mirror being used today but a tool for religious services and magic rites.
  487. When it comes to mikan juice in Ehime, you cannot beat the aforementioned Pom Juice, however, 'Mutenka' (No additives) bottled by each farmer was introduced in magazines and on TV and became a hot item in catalog sales.
  488. When it comes to people classified in 'Shirakaba School', 'Taisho Roman' is seldom associated with them directly, but it seems to play an important role in its liberal ideas and aestheticism, and the romanticism after the Meiji period.
  489. When it comes to personnel changes, some of the studies concerning Otari's "purpose" or "authority" has been advanced.
  490. When it comes to the last movement Shangiri, it is played at quite a speed, but the last "chiki chiki chin, kon" is played at a slow tempo.
  491. When it departs Umekoji Station, it passes through the single freight line on the north side of the Tokaido Main Line, goes over the Tokaido Main Line and joins with Tokaido Main Line on the premises of Mukomachi Station.
  492. When it detects any of the predetermined conditions (sudden braking, vibration, etc.), moving images for several seconds before and after the incident are recorded.
  493. When it entered Kofun period (Tumulus period), large tumuli were made one after another along the foot of a mountain.
  494. When it happened, Matsuzawa sent an exhortation to advocates of People's Rights; however, he was arrested for rabble-rousing and was sentenced 70 days of imprisonment with work.
  495. When it is a domestically produced hinawaju, a genuine historical relic, it has mostly no problem, even if it is brought from abroad.
  496. When it is aged for a long time, ume are taken out halfway through the aging process.
  497. When it is almost dry, cover completely and steam for about 10 to 15 minutes.
  498. When it is called 'watamashi,' it is an honorific expression of transfer of a noble person, referring to the Buddha to worship.
  499. When it is cold and starts to become stiff, set the soft block of candy in a machine called Seihakuki (a machine for whitening with air bubbles) and hang it on a bar and fold it into many layers while extending the material to mix it evenly with air.
  500. When it is cold, a hot water bowl is placed on the stone for tea ceremony.
  501. When it is deemed that tsuyuiri or tsuyuake occurs, provisional declaration is given and, after examining around September every year the progression of weather from May to August in a comprehensive manner, the judgment becomes final.
  502. When it is difficult to be installed on the top floor, it is put in below a piece of paper on which the letter of 'ten' (the sky) or 'kumo' (a cloud) is written.
  503. When it is dressed too much, each fish sticks with each.
  504. When it is eaten on Koshogatsu, mochi (rice cake) pieces from kagamibiraki (the custom of cutting the New Year's rice cake on January 11) are added.
  505. When it is fastened in otaiko knot (drum knot), it is hardly distinguished from the fukuro obi (double-woven obi) from a distance.
  506. When it is hard to stick the hands out, pull up the opposite sleeve from the inside of the kappogi.
  507. When it is held at the ministry bulding, a portion of seven ken (about 12.74m) west of the building is to be used, and a portion of two ken (about 3.64m) to the north side will be named daishi no tsubone (room for daishi).
  508. When it is infused for a long time it becomes bitter due to the increased tannin.
  509. When it is kept below room temperature, the rice gets cold and called 'cold rice' (hiya-gohan).
  510. When it is offered to a kami, the side without a hole (the side opposite the seam) should face toward the kami.
  511. When it is pronounced "Machiya," it can also be written as "町屋."
  512. When it is pronounced as 'ninnichi,' it means the unit which refers to the volume of work or labor.
  513. When it is read and recited in the shrine (in front of the gods), it is read from 'Maka' without reading 'Bussetsu' at the beginning.
  514. When it is realized that the item buried in the ground is a cultural property, the chief of police must submit the item to the prefectural or municipal board of education for an inspection in order to determine whether or not the item is a cultural property.(Article 102)
  515. When it is regarded as a retail store, it is often written as "町屋," and when it is regarded as a residence, it is often written as "町家."
  516. When it is regarded as the symbol of the devil, it is sometimes called a devil star.
  517. When it is released from the hand with full speed, the accelerated stone shoots out like a bullet.
  518. When it is served, it is immersed in clear, salted dashi broth soup (mainly made from small pieces of sliced dried bonito).
  519. When it is served, the best way to prepare it is to use boiling water and infuse for only a short time.
  520. When it is simply called "mikan," it usually means unshu mikan.
  521. When it is steamed for too long, it gets bubbles in it as egg becomes too hard.
  522. When it is summer, Murasaki no ue's condition gets worse and young Lady Akashi visits her old home to see her adoptive mother.
  523. When it is used as a rakkan (signature and seal) in calligraphies and pictures, it is common that yuin in the form of inkoku (carving to remove the pattern) in red ink is put under the full name of the artist in hakubun (carving to remain the pattern).
  524. When it is used as the name of a dish, a further abbreviation in the form of 'mentai' indicating 'karashi-mentaiko' is often used as shown above in the case of 'mentai spaghetti.'
  525. When it is used to refer to a meal in general, it can also be used for meals that do not involve cooked rice.
  526. When it is used, it is treated the same as a similar species, Suzuhamo, Muraenesox bagio (Hamilton, 1822).
  527. When it is worn over ikan, scarlet strings are usually not attached.
  528. When it opened, the first- and second-year students in each faculty studied there, but in 1994 the entire Faculty of Engineering (the present Faculty of Science and Engineering) was moved.
  529. When it possesses a home, it prefers to live in the closet.
  530. When it rains heavily, it sometimes happens that some of them are flown down to the Kyoto city area, surprising people in the area.
  531. When it says written, it means that it is clearly written on Hokekyo in words.
  532. When it senses danger, it spews black ink to conceal itself.
  533. When it sent troops to Owari to attack the Oda clan, however, Yoshimoto was killed in the Battle of Okehazama and the Imagawa clan declined.
  534. When it starts to boil, add tofu cut into bite-sized pieces and eat with ponzu (citrus seasoned soy sauce) when heated.
  535. When it suffered from fires caused by war in 1479, it was reconstructed by the aid of the Muromachi bakufu and others, but when another fire occurred in 1631, during the Edo period, it burned to the ground.
  536. When it was a canal that connected Kyoto and Fushimi, it crossed the Kamo-gawa River eastward slightly above today's joint with the Kamo-gawa River, running in parallel with the Takeda-kaido Road in some sections, joining with the Hori-kawa River, and then flowed into the Yodo-gawa River via Fushimi Port.
  537. When it was abolished the quota was increased to 91, the most of them transferred to the House of Noble after the abolition of Genroin.
  538. When it was built, it was called 'Sugawara-dera' as it was located in Sugawara-no-sato (Sugawara Village), which is the supposed birthplace of SUGAWARA no Michizane.
  539. When it was compiled, the title wasn't fixed, therefore, it was called by various nicknames such as 'Ogura-sanso Shikishi no Waka' and 'Saga-sanso Shikishi no Waka.'
  540. When it was decided that the plan would be changed, the line of Kobe Station (Hyogo Prefecture) - Osaka Station - Kyoto-Station - Otsu Station and the line of Nagahama Station - Gifu Station - Nagoya Station -Taketoyo Station had already been opened.
  541. When it was decided to merge Okura-sho and Minbu-sho again in exchange for Okubo's position in Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury) in accordance with Haihan-chiken, Okubo eliminated the structure.
  542. When it was determined that the 26 martyrs would be executed on the hill of Nishizaka in Nagasaki instead of the execution ground where was usually used, the party was taken to the place.
  543. When it was dissolved, the surplus was divided to into halves for Wadomari-mura and China-mura, and the funds became theirs except for expenses of constructing a monument for Saigo, the monument of well-known morality of Tsuchimochi, and part went towards expenses for 'Nanshu-bunko storage'.
  544. When it was established, court nobles already had the Ritsuryo codes which mentioned the political system, but there were no clear laws and ordinances for samurai families.
  545. When it was established, the agency employed many radical discontented elements in the party of Sonno Joi (advocating respecting the Emperor and excluding of foreigners) in order to conciliate them, who had been beyond control of the new government that were advancing the policy of "opening the country."
  546. When it was excavated during the Taisho era, it was in perfect condition, but later a half of the blade's body was lost, therefore only twelve letters of inscription from the bottom remained, and moreover there were only a few letters to be deciphered because of rust.
  547. When it was first generated, it was for zohyo use (for common soldiers use); however, it gradually became common among busho (Japanese military commanders) for their own use, and the art of the spearmanship was developed.
  548. When it was first performed, the gedai was "Kinmon Gosan-no-kiri" ('kinmon' means 'a golden gate'), and later it was changed to "Sanmon Gosan-no-kiri" ('sanmon' means 'a two-story front gate of a temple'; 'gosan-no-kiri' is a crest of eleven paulownia flowers divided into three groups as 3+5+3).
  549. When it was his last year in 1911, the Emperor's photograph was secretly taken from a distance while he was reviewing troops on the military exercise, this was said to be the last photograph taken before he died.
  550. When it was introduced to Japan, it turned into the Momodayu/Hyakudayu faith as well as yin and yang stone faith, and then combined with the folk religion deity of Chimata (crossroads, highways and footpaths).
  551. When it was necessary to hunt down and catch outlaws, provincial governors formed forces by referring to the samurai list.
  552. When it was not, the beginning of a new chapter did not necessarily coincide with the arrival of Sakutan Toji.
  553. When it was opened, it used Mitsubishi Fuso Rosa which was transferred from Keihan Bus Kadoma Office (at present, the bus uses Town-kuru which was retransferred to the Keihan Bus Neyagawa Office).
  554. When it was opened, the contents decreased by evaporation and the alcohol degree rose to 24%.
  555. When it was opened, there were seventeen type-16 locomotives and fifteen of them had a vehicle inspection certificate and thirteen were in a firing state.
  556. When it was performed again at the kabuki theater in 1909 it received high praise.
  557. When it was performed at Kabuki-za in June 1891, it was drastically revised by his disciples such as Shinshichi KAWATAKE (the third).
  558. When it was proposed that Princess Takako (the daughter of Prince Tomohira, the seventh son of Emperor Murakami) become Yorimichi's wife, Michinaga was overjoyed at the engagement to a princess of elevated rank and said 'The wife makes the man.'
  559. When it was put into practice to have rapid trains stop at Kyuhoji in 1997 (at the time it was only a stop for regional rapid trains), the opportunity was taken advantage of in 1998 by newly establishing passing loops at Kyuhoji, and a main pattern was formed around making revisions to the timetable by putting in island platforms.
  560. When it was repainted in 2003, minute traces of colour were discovered which were used to restore it to its former glory.
  561. When it was reprinted by Togo YOSHIDA, important match-ups were listed at the end of the book.
  562. When it was restored in 1965, it was separated from Enjo-ji/Mii-dera Temple Enmanin and became a nonsectarian temple.
  563. When it was revealed in May, 1615, that Shojo had provided shelter to Sanraku KANO after the fall of Osaka-jo Castle and Shojo was thereby severely interrogated by the TOKUGAWA regime, Shojo asserted that Sanraku was an eshi (painter) but not a bushi (warrior), thus being freed safely.
  564. When it was unlikely to find a witness, a lot of warriors killed themselves by disembowelment to keep their honor without waiting for the result of consultation (trial).
  565. When it was used for the first National Sports Festival's second round in 1988, the lighting facilities for night games and the electrical scoreboard were installed.
  566. When it was used with the name of the domain, it was 'xx Han-chiji'.
  567. When it was worn as sokutai, the bottom hems were inserted below sekitai, and in other cases, the hems were just hung down without the insertion.
  568. When it was worn in the jingonjiki ritual, kokoroba (a kind of artificial flowers) or hikagenokazura (a specie of club moss whose formal name is Lycopodium clavatum) it was not attached to the crown.
  569. When its feudal lord was away to Edo due to the Sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lards in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo), a vassal who had to take care of the castle during the absence of the lord was particularly called Jodai-garo (usually, a chief retainer was assigned to exercise his duties).
  570. When its operation was launched, the daily service comprised of one outbound train and two inbound trains.
  571. When its responsibility for Daigyaku Incident (also called Kotoku Incident, The High Treason Incident) was pursued, it declared 'Joi Togo' (which means 'coincidence of mutual sentiment') with Rikken Seiyukai (a political party organized by Hirobumi ITO) and secretly promised to hand over the reins of government to Kinmochi SAIONJI again.
  572. When joining the Liberal Party, Ueki happened to find out that breweries across the country faced the same problem.
  573. When judging the earthquake resistance of those cultural properties in accordance with current standards, there are many buildings that fail but dismantling and repair can only be conducted once every century and requires enormous amounts of money.
  574. When just one finger was dipped into that blood, Ibaraki instantly transformed into an oni, scampered up the ceiling beam, tore off the gable on the roof and ran away.
  575. When just saying; 'Gyokokei,' it often means the Emperor and the Empress going out together.
  576. When just-cooked steamed rice is used, protein in the egg is altered by the heat to the half-boiled state.
  577. When kamidana cannot be built, it is sometimes built using the top of tansu (chest of drawers).
  578. When kazoku were separated from the family register by some occasion such as a marriage to a commoner, they were treated as a commoner since then.
  579. When kimono is dressed up, tie an under sash called Datemaki or Datejime over this.
  580. When kin butsudan is to be washed, 'shonen-nuki' must be done once and then 'shonen-ire' must be done after washing.
  581. When known, 関名 (first name) is enclosed in parenthesis ().
  582. When kogai is inserted here, it is called nakasashi.
  583. When kogi (shogunate) cupellated silver paid by silver mine of tenryo (shogunal demesne) was entrusted to ginza, they made chogin from it and their income, buichi-gin, was determined to be 3% of the minting amount, while remaining part was paid to bakufu.
  584. When kokuga (provincial government offices), which was the core site of controlling a chigyo-koku province, became placed under control of the Shugo in such a process, the chigyo-koku province became extinct.
  585. When kosa accumulates on vinyl plastic houses or on skylight windows of buildings, damage is sometimes caused because it hinders the penetration of sunlight.
  586. When kosa enters rainy clouds or snowy clouds, the kosa absorbed there may fall mingled with rain or snow particles.
  587. When kosa is mingled with snow, the accumulating snow may become yellow or red.
  588. When later Yoritomo established the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and the right to judge criminal cases was taken on by the bakufu, Mokkan was widely carried out using the authority as bakufu, gokenin were appointed as jito (manager and lord of manor) of the confiscated territories.
  589. When later years Hisahide confronted the Miyoshi Sanninshu (or the Miyoshi Triumvirs, which are the three major members of the Miyoshi clan), Junkei joined in the forces of the Sanninshu aiming at recovering Yamato, however, he was defeated by Hisahide again and again.
  590. When learning about the rebellion of Yoshimasa on February 3, 1582, Nobunaga decided to subjugate Katsuyori TAKEDA and issued mobilization orders.
  591. When leaving Kyoto, Yoshitomo chose to kill his daughter, who was under Masakiyo's charge, (rather than to make her a captive of the enemy), ordering Masakiyo to kill her and he returned and stabbed her to death in tears.
  592. When leaving the domicile in the case of marriage, apprenticeship, etc., a person was required to have terauke shomon (certificate of the family Buddhist temple) and to be registered in new Shumon Ninbetsu Aratame Cho in new address.
  593. When leaving to return home, she left in the Kashio family a short sword that she had brought from the Chiba family.
  594. When libraries were established in the Meiji Period, the principle of library material organization and the method of book classification were introduced as techniques of library science to make tosho mokuroku (library catalogue).
  595. When lighting, untie a bundle, hold sticks in fan-like fashion and ignite them with a candle etc.
  596. When limited express service is provided by express trains on weekday mornings between Yodoyabashi Station and Hirakatashi Station, these trains, in the case of up trains as well as down trains, are passed by a limited express train with long-seat cars at Korien Station.
  597. When limited express trains are not passing, local trains also use track 1 but, as mentioned above, the station serves as a passing loop during the day, so this is only possible during the morning and evening.
  598. When listening to sermons, the congregation sits down in order starting with the most senior ranked individuals sitting first.
  599. When loading, the lid or the stopper of a hayago is removed, gun powder and the bullet are loaded from the muzzle of a gun held vertically, then they are further pushed into the gun chamber using a rod.
  600. When local people opened the pot, there was a pretty boy in it.
  601. When local people opened the pot, there was a pretty boy in it.'
  602. When local powerful persons were appointed as daikan, their residences were used as daikansho without setting up exclusive ones, and the local people such as their family members and servants served as the officials of the daikan.
  603. When local trains cross each other heading in opposite directions, the inbound train comes in on Platform 1 and the outbound train leaves on Platform 2.
  604. When looked at from this viewpoint, it is possible to see the system by which daimyo in the Sengoku Period ruled their domains as having come into existence via cooperation and solidarity between the daimyo and their groups of retainers.
  605. When looking at concrete images of the Buddha, because one is looking at the shape of a real body or statue, Nen takes on the meaning as it used in Kannen (conception).
  606. When looking at stone construction arts such as stone-made hokyoin-to pagodas, especially ones in the Medieval period, they should be noted as the work of monks of the Ritsu sect and related stonemasons.
  607. When looking at the rock chamber from above, if the passage is located at the center of the burial chamber, it is called Ryosode-shiki and if the passage is located toward right side or left side, it is called Katasode-shiki.
  608. When looking at the social situation in districts of the early tenth century, the former gunji (district managers) force weakened simultaneously with the rise of the new power consisting of the posterity of vassals and wealthy farmers.
  609. When looking at the tea house from a modern point of view, the rationality found in every aspect of the tea house is nearly perfect.
  610. When lords were autocratic, they were in some cases expelled by Daibu, resulting in making Daibu gain power to threaten their loads.
  611. When lots of kosa is falling, it is considered to take the following measures against damage to health: Wearing eye glasses and a mask to prevent fine sand particles from entering the body, gargling and washing your hands and face, and avoiding going outdoors.
  612. When making 10 pieces of nigiri-zushi from 180ml of rice, the size is considerably large, categorized as 'oo-nigiri' (a big-size nigiri-zushi), which size was popular from the Edo to the early Meiji period.
  613. When making Nigiri-zushi, forming of bite-sized rice (vinegared rice) is the highlight for a sushi chef to show his technique, and there are various techniques.
  614. When making Tenchiban, a simple tool called 'Shikiban' (a tool used in the process of making Tenchiban) is sometimes used.
  615. When making a Buddhist statue, 'tensei,' or inserting the eyes is performed at the end of the process to consecrate a man-made statue.
  616. When making a Kansai style sushi roll, the laver, not roasted, is rolled up firmly because letting it stand for a while before it is consumed is normal.
  617. When making a distinction, there are cases where the former is referred to as Gaya, and the latter as Uroku.
  618. When making a fire using charcoal, a Shibu-uchiwa (fan coated with persimmon tannin) or a Hifuki-dake (bamboo blowpipe used to stimulate a fire) will be perfect rather than a Sensu, but when making a holy fire at temples and shrines in Naritasan, it is observed for people to stimulate the fire by waving a unfolded Sensu back and forth.
  619. When making a hole, concentration and courage to take the plunge are required.
  620. When making a request to a ruler or a neighboring rival soson, the soson achieved strong solidarity or, in other words, an uprising.
  621. When making an eastern expedition, Emperor Jinmu is said to have left Kumano and entered Yamato Province through Yoshino.
  622. When making arai of carp in particular, a live carp is knocked unconscious and cooked.
  623. When making fukamushi-cha, steaming, the first process in making sencha from raw tea leaves, is performed for longer at between one and three minutes.
  624. When making momendofu, water is drained well and very hard tofu is made.
  625. When making the soup, the pot was filled with ingredients and then the soup was poured directly into the ramen bowl, resulting in minute bits of ingredients floating on the surface, although they later began to filter the soup.
  626. When manju becomes stiff, it can be eaten deliciously by baking or batter-frying.
  627. When many elementary schools used a stove as a heating appliance, anodized aluminum lunchboxes brought to school were directly placed onto the stove in order to keep it warm or heat it up.
  628. When many of Ieyasu's vassals seceded because of the Ikko Ikki uprising in Mikawa, Ujizane took this opportunity and dispatched his troops to Ushikubo-jo Castle, but he was beaten off.
  629. When many samurai (warriors) smashed the doors and broke into the imperial palace under the command of Kebiishi (police and judicial chief), chugu was so humiliated and abased that she cut off her hair to become a nun and those around her wailed so piteously and loudly as to cause heartrending grief in the hearts of the onlookers.
  630. When married female attendants who are friends with the bride wear Wafuku for the reception, they preferably wear Irotomesode or Homongi in most cases.
  631. When martial arts were all the rage from the middle of the Meiji period, Yukichi ceased speaking about Iai with someone and showing his Iai to someone as he described 'I put away my Iai sword' ("Fukuo jiden".)
  632. When mature, the mixture consists of approximately 14% alcohol, so alcohol fermentation by yeast (and the propagation of microorganisms) is suppressed.
  633. When measuring the height of a Kicho screen, the base is included in the measurement.
  634. When meat is used in these countries, chicken and mutton are mostly used, with pork and beef being minor ingredients.
  635. When mentioning '~Tenno Heika' officially, the name is mentioned after His Imperial Majesty (the) Emperor.
  636. When mentioning both Tenno Heika and Kogo Heika, it is expressed as Their Imperial Majesties Emperor and Empress.
  637. When military camps are constructed and established on the lands managed by the Department of War, any extra lands, trees, stones, etc., will be handed over to Okura-sho.
  638. When milling buckwheat berries, since the core part gets ground first, grade one flour comes out first (ichibanko) and is white and has fine scent.
  639. When misfortunes took place, they were regarded as a curse of the dead, and officers of Ryo were sent to the mausoleum of the unfortunate imperial family and consoled the spirit.
  640. When mixing with meringue, it is better to cool the agar to body temperature to avoid separation caused by hot temperature.
  641. When mochi (rice cake) is available in addition to the iwaizakana, one can celebrate New Year's Day.
  642. When monchujo (a court of justice) was set up on December 1, 1184, he was appointed to be an assistant to MIYOSHI no Yasunobu, a betto (a supervisor).
  643. When monk-soldiers of Kofuku-ji Temple did their "goso" (direct appeal to the court, brandishing the divine retribution), they asked the chief Shinto priest of Kasuga-taisha Shrine to take out the divine mirrors enshrined at "Honden" (the main shrine, called "Omiya-shisho") and also asked him to set Shinboku on the mirrors.
  644. When more small change is needed, one can change a \1000 note into coins or a coin into smaller ones with the money changer placed beside the bus driver.
  645. When most of the Japanese Islands (from the south of the Tohoku region to the south of Kyushu) were ruled and controlled, these areas were collectively called Yamato.
  646. When mother says to her naked child 'Wear Kimono,' someone recognizes the word Kimono as clothing, and others recognizes it as traditional Japanese clothing.
  647. When mothers of the bridegroom and the bride wear Wafuku for the wedding ceremony, they preferably wear Kurotomesode.
  648. When moving to Edo (present-day Tokyo) after living in Kyoto, he was appointed Governor of Dewa Province, and made swords some of which had kikumon (crest of chrysanthemum) engraved as an inscription.
  649. When much rain falls in a place where kosa is supposed to occur, the occurrence frequency of kosa there tends to decrease thereafter.
  650. When multiple emperors become the subject of conversation about history, the expression of 'ima no Tenno' or 'ima no Tenno Heika' (the Emperor of the present) may be orally used.
  651. When my body perishes, he may appear to me.
  652. When nanbanboeki started, ships with a keeled bottom, called galleon ships, with a now ordinary V-shaped bottom resistant to waves, began to enter ports in Japan.
  653. When nanbanzu is poured over karaage, the dish is similar to the Mediterranean dish 'escabeche,' and when karaage is soaked in nanbanzu for a long time, the dish becomes similar to a marinade.
  654. When naohi does not properly function, the four souls can be polished but can not sometimes work, turning into magahi spirits.
  655. When necessary, the rice is upset using a spatula or a rice scoop and this causes the rice to quickly become uniformly sticky.
  656. When needed, courses of other languages, including Spanish, that branched off from Latin, the origin of Italian, are also held.
  657. When new coins were cupelled (minted), the money changers collected old coins which they exchanged for new ones instead of the Kinza and Ginza.
  658. When news of TAIRA no Masakado's rebellion in Togoku and the fact that he had named himself New Emperor was brought to Kyoto, the Imperial Court was stunned; they were also concerned that Masakado and Sumitomo had conspired together to attack the east and west countries concurrently.
  659. When news of the Korean attack on Tsushima reached mainland Japan, speculation ran rife that this was the second advent of the earlier Mongol invasions.
  660. When news of the chain of events in Kyoto reached the tenth Shogun, Yoshitada (renamed from Yoshiki) ASHIKAGA, in exile in Suo Province, he began marching for Kyoto, supported by Yoshioki OUCHI.
  661. When news of the defeats at Mino and Owari reached the capital faction they were thrown into a panic, and the capital itself descended into pandemonium.
  662. When night comes, the five men gather.
  663. When night falls, Genji sneaks into her bedroom, but Utsusemi senses he is coming and runs away leaving her clothes behind.
  664. When night fell, he finished praying to God, and while he was leaving, he was assaulted and killed by Kugyo, who were crying, 'This is how parents' enemy should be killed.'
  665. When night-blind Sota is groping around, he notices the boy carrying a large sum of money in his bosom, which makes him to decide to choke him to death.
  666. When no Sechie was held, the ceremony of Oroku was also cancelled.
  667. When no special mention is made in the context, it refers to the gozenshu for the Tokugawa Shogun family.
  668. When not unifying the costumes, a clerical robe may be used for priesthood, and a woman's Shinto priest costume, mediumistic costume or general kimono may be used for a woman.
  669. When novelist Ryotaro SHIBA was writing a book featuring the Shinsengumi, he interviewed an old woman who used to play with Okita when she was small.
  670. When obtaining a user card, the user is required to input his/her name, address, telephone number(s), etc.
  671. When occupying Nakaminato, a group of Tenguto came and helped Yorinori.
  672. When office works got more complicated, Yuhitsu started to prepare Monjo regarding matters decided through formal procedures and signed them with a part of their authority, providing the Monjo the same effect as the documents issued by their lords.
  673. When official court ranks were given based on the Taiho Code on May 7, 701, Chunagon (Middle Councilor) Jikidaichi ISONOKAMI no Ason Maro received Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) Dainagon (Major Councilor).
  674. When ometsuke Hisanao SENGOKU heard this story in the course of investigation, he was also impressed by Isogai's quick thought.
  675. When on September 24, 1862 the Lord of Aizu Domain, Katamori MATSUDAIRA, was appointed to the post of Kyoto shugoshoku, the temple became the headquarters for Aizu Domain of Kyoto shugoshoku; 1,000 samurai warriors were always stationed in Kyoto and replaced every two years.
  676. When one finishes washing one's hands, the water flowing sound gradually fades out and only the water drops can be heard.
  677. When one is devoted to araku (great easiness) and does not behave oneself, one is deprived of energy by devils and specters while one is unguarded.
  678. When one is dressed up in Western clothes as a haregi, they usually wear light or no makeup, but when one is dressed up in Japanese traditional clothes, they put on heavier makeup than in Western clothes.
  679. When one is giving a gift, it is considered impolite to give it directly by hand and it is instead considered polite to take it being wrapped in Furoshiki.
  680. When one is promoted to Roju (senior councilor), the daimyo who has the same post and the bakufu officials in his charge get transferred.
  681. When one is really particular about the savory quality of katsuobushi, he or she will purchase a large chunk of katsuobushi instead of shaved pieces, but nowadays the katsuobushi shaved beforehand and wrapped in a small, airtight bag is so popular that many people have never seen the solid katsuobushi.
  682. When one of his vassals asked Shingen, `Why do you call the toilet Yama (mountain) ?', Shingen gave a witty answer, `Because there is always Kusaki (it has two meanings; 草木: plants, and 臭き: bad smell, in different characters) in Yama (mountain).'
  683. When one of the family that has a PiTaPa Family Membership uses the Kid's Card in the JR West Area, the users can enjoy the same functions as a holder of ICOCA for Children; and when he/she uses its Junior Card the same functions as an adult holder of ICOCA apply.
  684. When one oiran noticed that her customer went to another oiran, she caught the customer near the Yoshiwara O-mon Gate and complained to a tea house.
  685. When one player hands out the last te-fuda, the game is over; the player who hands out all the te-fuda and the partner are the winner.
  686. When one presented himself or herself by sei (or honsei, original name), the full name should be read by inserting 'no,' in between his or her sei (authentic surname) and imina (personal name), to indicate his belonging.
  687. When one reads the articles of the Ritsuryo Codes carefully, one may be able to understand the purpose of making the most use of cultivated land that were available.
  688. When one ryugi is further divided into small groups by differences in techniques, each of such small groups is called "ha" (faction).
  689. When one uses Izuna tactics, he will not be blamed for his improper tactics if he burns this powder incense.' ("Yamato Honzo")
  690. When one views Mt. Hiei from the Kyoto basin, it is difficult to see the Daihiei peak, so some think that Shimeigatake is the peak of Mt. Hiei.
  691. When one washes one's hands, the majority of water goes along on the edge of small stones or the jar, it flows, and then leaves; this is the water flowing sound, in harmony with the water dropping sound inside.
  692. When opened in 1973 it was a museum displaying clothing and decorative ornaments relating to modes of life in various periods of Japanese history, and it has been renovated many times prior to its present form.
  693. When operated on the Sanin Main Line, the station was provided with two separate platforms with two tracks served between them, and remnants thereof are found in various portions of the station.
  694. When operating a sling similar to the one of Western countries, the cloth with cords attached to the both ends is used.
  695. When operation is achieved, the traveling time between Madrid and Barcelona will be shortened to two hours and 30 minutes.
  696. When operation started, the trains were operated at the maximum speed of 200 km/s (with operation of the 'Hikari' and that of the 'Kodama trains taking four and five hours, respectively, between Tokyo and Shin-Osaka).
  697. When opinions were exchanged among scholars, Nobuatsu HAYASHI and Kyuso MURO called for saving their lives as it was a heroic deed, whereas Sorai OGYU argued that they should commit seppuku for their honors as the law must not allow an exception.
  698. When opposition from Mitsunari ISHIDA came to a head, Ieyasu made a punitive expedition to Aizu to challenge Mitsunari, leaving only a skeleton force headed by Mototada TORII, Ienaga NAITO, and Ietada MATSUDAIRA in Fushimi Castle in 1600.
  699. When ordered to kill remaining retainers of the Takeda clan by Nobunaga ODA after he ruined the Takeda family in 1582, Ieyasu ignored Nobunaga's order to shelter them.
  700. When outlanders needed to stay in Imai-cho overnight, they were required to notify machi-doshiyori accordingly each time.
  701. When overviewing these, it can be said that embracing aspects has been succeeded by Izumo (Shinto) and social controlling aspects were succeeded by Ise (Shinto.)
  702. When panels for making Wafuku are cut out from a roll of cloth, just a small rectangular piece of cloth is left at the end of the roll.
  703. When paper is made, the materials are scooped by those in a boat and shaken to spread them several times over the surface of a bamboo screen made of reed.
  704. When participating in festivals, getting dressed up in haregi (the best clothes) or performing a recital of music or dance, even people who usually do not wear makeup often put on atsugesho.
  705. When passengers gets out of the taxi, the left back door opens mechanically.
  706. When passing ABE no Seimei's palace, a group heard someone inside say, 'It is a life-or-death matter! The Emperor is going to abdicate and
  707. When passing through a tollbooth other than the above, an ETC card is to be handed over to a worker at a manned tollbooth or otherwise inserted into an automatic toll-collection machine, as is usually done.
  708. When pattern pieces for making Western clothing are cut out from cloth, a lot of pieces in various shapes mostly other than rectangular are left so, they are difficult to use for other purposes.
  709. When people are possessed by an evil god, they often think that they are possessed by a great god.
  710. When people face evil and impurity, and respond with anger, hatred, and harshness, it is the act of the portion of the divine spirit of Magatsuhi no kami in their hearts.
  711. When people in Shikoku go to Hiroshima Prefecture on business or on a sightseeing trip and eat Hiroshimafu-okonomiyaki for the first time, many of them are still shocked at it.
  712. When people lived closer to the family graves, it was not uncommon to go and pick the spirits up.
  713. When people lowered the height of a yamakasa in many other regions, they kept its main feature, that is, the construction of a scene by decorating it with a yakata, ornaments expressing landscape elements such as rocks and several dolls.
  714. When people make kawaribina (Girl's Festival dolls of unusual appearance), dairibina dolls are often modeled after one male and one female who are selected among people in the news reflecting the current or previous year's trend.
  715. When people referred to 'doll' in Edo, they almost always meant Ichimatsu ningyo, but it was gradually replaced by dolls made of celluloid and soft vinyl and came to be used for ornamental purpose.
  716. When people say "Kyoto Jukan Jidoshado Expressway," many may be referring only to the Kyoto Tanba Road.
  717. When people say "Sanyodo" today, they are generally referring to the Sanyo Jidoshado Highway.
  718. When people say "Tokaido" today, they refer to its route in the Edo era and the areas that belonged to the region of Tokaido in those days.
  719. When people say "engawa" for a sushi topping, it usually means 'engawa of flatfish.'
  720. When people simply mention the 'Hosho school,' it generally refers to the shite-kata Hosho school.
  721. When people speak of Bushido, they often quote the words 'If a lord is not enough as a lord, his vassals should be loyal', but this idea did not come to fruition until the Edo period, when the idea of Bushido matured.
  722. When people started to settle in one place with farming becoming their way of life, they wanted their god to stay in one place and hence Shinto shrine came into the existence as a domicile of the god.
  723. When people tried to capture 'oshouo' and to kill it, it desperately begged for its life with tears.
  724. When people use Machiai-chaya for drinking and eating, they cannot order dishes directly to Machiai-chaya except beverages, because Machiai-chaya are not allowed to have kitchens for cooking dishes to serve.
  725. When people were in such a situation, they believed that saying things the other way around, such as the following, would save their lives: "Stones flow, leaves sink, cows whisper, and horses bark."
  726. When performed in shrines, it is often danced by shrine maidens.
  727. When performing a Noh drama, the performers of the Hayashikata (people who play hayashi, or the musical accompaniment), Koken (a director of the drama performance) and Jiutai (Noh chorus) sections often wear a montsuki (a formal kimono with a family crest) and a shimaibakama.
  728. When permanent residence became common in the Jomon period, chipped stone axes, ground stone axes, and stone axes that were various in size and shape were manufactured for various purposes.
  729. When pessimism spread due to decadent-age theory, kyozuka (a mound of Buddhist scriptures) started to be built to put copied Buddhist scriptures in kyozutsu (a tube in which rolled Buddhist scriptures were kept) for burial.
  730. When pickling fish eggs, there is no need to dry them.
  731. When pickling fish meat, sprinkle a dash of salt, dry it beforehand, and soak it in sake lees added with salt.
  732. When pickling the raw foodstuff that contains much water, cover the bottom of the container with a mixture of rice bran and a dash of salt, and lay a perforated inner lid on it so as to let excess water drip away.
  733. When placing it, it must be put on a bag, a nenju bag or a handkerchief and must not be directly put on tatami mats, and so on.
  734. When planning to set up a Shinto-style grave, you are required to buy a space in public or private cemeteries.
  735. When playing Shogi (Japanese chess) or Igo (game of Igo), a Kishi (player) is likely to unfold or fold a Sensu while thinking about his strategy.
  736. When playing shamisen, the player uses his/her fingernails to make sound for kouta, and uses bachi (plectrum) for hauta.
  737. When playing swordplay, children mimicked Kurama Tengu using their "furoshiki" (wrapping cloth) instead of Sojuro-zukin, but they always had trouble making shikoro.
  738. When playing, the player sits on a chair and places the gekkin on the thigh and play keeping the sound chamber a little away from the player.
  739. When plays on the same program are performed for days, the three days of shonichi (the first day), nakabi (the middle day) and senshuraku (the final day) are considered to be the most important ones, and it is customary that the performers visit each other at their respective backstage rooms and pay their compliments to each other.
  740. When polishing is completed, the surface of the lacquerware piece is flush with the designed layer, forming a smooth surface plane.
  741. When poor, the Higuchi family borrowed money from various sources, but (possibly due to their pride as shizoku) they lent what little money they had to relatives and social connections whose circumstances were even more straitened.
  742. When ports are opened, people can decide by themselves whether to borrow land and construct their houses, or borrow their houses from Koreans.
  743. When practicing kaeshi waza (a technique in which the uke attacks first, and the tori handles it and attacks), the first attack by the uke is predetermined.
  744. When prepared, Dashi is usually served on a large platter from which each guest takes an adequate quantity to put over their own rice in a bowl.
  745. When preparing karaage, flour and katakuriko are used in the batter for the coating, and garlic is also used for seasoning.
  746. When presented, ayu were sent with three seals bond of roju (an administrator) to Edo for two days and nights.
  747. When princes and marquis reached 25 years of age, they automatically became councilors.
  748. When processed into 'ita nori,' the board side of nori becomes smooth, so in fact the heads and tails do not exist.
  749. When processing pufferfish, the process to separate the poisonous parts and edible parts of the fish is to be undertaken by a pufferfish processing specialist (which is also called shorishi (literally, processor) or hochoshi (literally, a man of a knife)) certified by prefectural governments.
  750. When produced using the jikonare technique, they are ready to eat by spring to early summer.
  751. When producer Masumi FUJIMOTO returned to Toho, he resigned his position at Shintoho and returned to Toho.
  752. When producing in Shinto ritual, miko (shrine maiden) or shojo (maiden) was selected as a person to chew ingredient in the mouth.
  753. When promoted to shinuchi, a special show is held, and the new shinuchi himself becomes the lead in the play.
  754. When promotion of the Shinsengumi members to Shogun's retainers was decided on July 11, 1867, SANO, together with Tsukasa IBARAKI, Juro Tomikawa and Goro NAKAMURA, protested it and tried to depart from the Shinsengumi to join the goryo-eji group, but the rule agreed upon between theShinsengumi and the goryo-eji group did not allow them to do so.
  755. When pufferfish shirako, or testes, are used instead of fins, it is called 'fugu no shirako zake.'
  756. When putting dough on the iron plate the temperature goes down, which can spoil the texture of okonomiyaki, but if the plate is thick and accordingly, more heat is used, the less the temperature decreases when putting the dough on, and the ideal temperature can be maintained.
  757. When putting hands flat together in prayer, a prayer should put both tassels into the palms.
  758. When putting on the Men, a Tenugui (cotton towel) (Men-Tenugui, Men-towel) is generally wrapped around the head.
  759. When puttting the foodstuff, fill sake lees to capacity so as to keep the foodstuff from sticking each other or to the container.
  760. When qenched in water and rapidly cooled, the excess carbon flakes off.
  761. When racing is not held, the racecourse is used for 'Park-WINZ.'
  762. When radio broadcasting of the grand sumo tournaments was started by NHK in January 12, 1928, Sikiri-sen (starting lines) was added to the dohyo to cause the bouts to be completed within the broadcasting time.
  763. When rain water leaks from the roof or the veranda decays, storm doors or walls from the eaves to the veranda can be erected around the veranda, making the building look like this style.
  764. When raw maitake mushroom (fan-shaped mushroom with multiple layers) is used as an ingredient, it prevents egg from setting by the effect of protease (proteolytic enzyme), so put it after it is boiled.
  765. When reading all five collections by mawariguchi, the letter 'ryoudogomeinichiofumi' should be read on the specified day based on its content.
  766. When reading has finished, do gassho raihai and shomyo nenbutsu
  767. When reading the books related transition of the forms of Japanese gardens, it is understood that change of a style of building and influences of religion and thoughts came from the Asian Continent changed the form of Nihon teien.
  768. When reconstructing Kyoto, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI implemented his Taiko-kenchi land survey in Rakuchu from around 1587, and in 1591 he constructed doi (mound) around central Kyoto.
  769. When record companies were founded one after another in the early Showa period, there emerged many singers who were on each record label, such as Tamaki TOKUYAMA, Chiyako SATO, Ichiro FUJIYAMA and noriko AWAYA.
  770. When referring to Tokaido Gojusan-tsugi (Fifty-Three Stages in Tokaido Road), Tokaido does not head towards Sanjo Ohashi Bridge from Otsu-juku Station, but turns southwestward, and headed to Fushimi-juku Station (Kyo Kaido Road).
  771. When referring to han, the "shogunate system" is associated and it tends to be considered a system under the Edo bakufu, but strictly speaking, there was no official naming, "han," under the Edo bakufu system (only some scholars used it in their literary works).
  772. When referring to the style of roof itself it is often abbreviated to "yosemune".
  773. When regarded as ukiyoe, nishiki-e-shinbun sometimes is called 'shinbun-nishiki-e' meaning nishki-e prints handling shinbun as their subject matter.
  774. When registering his name after the Meiji Restoration, he intended to orally register his name as "Ryudo", but the officer misheard it as "Judo" due to his accent and his official name became "Judo."
  775. When religions were restructured after the Meiji Restoration, and on the occasion of official registration as a religious association to Daikyoin, only the current Jodo Shinshu Hongan-ji School applied as Jodo Shinshu and others as Shinshu, which has affected the current names.
  776. When removing the kettle lid before making tea, the person holds the tsumami (knob on the kettle lid) with fukusa, removes the lid and places it on the futaoki (lid rest).
  777. When repellent sticks in bulk are purchased from a supplier, such metal kayariki may be given as a free gift.
  778. When residing in Mikawa, he ate boiled barley in summer.
  779. When returned, the head was placed on the tray and taken away.
  780. When rice as a staple food was lacking during war times, okonomiyaki was born from a children's snack issen yoshoku, to which vegetables and so on were added.
  781. When rice is cooked, prepare a big bowl and put rice, salmon (with vinegar) and Japanese ginger in it one after another to mix it evenly.
  782. When rice is offered, rice grains in place of rice ears are thrown in an event called 'sanmai' (throwing rice) or they are offered in the form of 'wrapped offering' which is wrapped with white paper.
  783. When rice was cooked with cooking stove, control of the flame was very difficult.
  784. When rice was threshed by 50%, it was calculated that the amount of brown rice was equal to 1 Koku and 5 To; in other words, it was '1 Koku 5 To-dai' per tan, meaning it corresponded to the 'high grade' rice paddy.
  785. When roju (member of shogun's council of elders) Tadakuni MIZUNO heard in 1842 of the China's defeat in the Opium War, he loosened restrictions on fuel and water.
  786. When royalists gathered for drinking, one shogun's retainer was singled out for criticism.
  787. When running in the section from Fukuchiyama Station southward, the Kitakinki train service on the Fukuchiyama Line functions as a commuter limited express, and particularly within the section between Sasayamaguchi Station and Fukuchiyama Station, where there are few local trains, some trains of Kitakinki makes stops at many station.
  788. When sacred wine or sake is offered, take it.
  789. When sai is used as a unit for weighing a load of a ship or a building stone, 1 sai is deemed to have the cubic volume of 1 shaku on a side (1 shaku is about 30.3 centimeters).
  790. When sai is used as a unit for weighing lumber (especially valuable lumber), 1 sai is deemed to have the volume of 1 sun square multiplied by 1 ken length or by 2 ken length in some regions of Japan (1 sun is about 3.03 centimeters, and 1 ken is about 1.8182 meters).
  791. When sake is served in a masu (wooden box cup originally used to measure rice), one drinks sake and licks salt placed on one corner of the masu in turn.
  792. When sakuramochi is made at home on a small scale, regardless of its origins, it is sometimes made using uncolored glutinous that has been hard boiled.
  793. When samurai entered the priesthood during this age, there was often political meaning behind it, and researcher Junji IENAGA states that Soun joined the priesthood because of the unnatural death of Seiko's mother, Enmanin.
  794. When samurai gained power later, many conflicts happened among samurai in local regions.
  795. When samurai society came to the end due to Meiji Restoration, Takeda-ryu was temporally stopped the activity but it was preserved by the Takehara family's and former clansmen's effort.
  796. When samurai were classified from the upper to lower classes as Joshi, Heishi, and Goshi, Joshi was the highest social standing among them.
  797. When samurai were doing Sumo-wrestling on a tatami-mat room, he ordered that the other side of the straw-like cover should be used instead.
  798. When samurais appeared, they were not conscious of 'ethical royalty to their lords' as the core of Bushido.
  799. When sankyoku gasso was orchestrated, ultimately it was the side of the shakuhachi that participated in Jiuta and Sokyoku.
  800. When scholars emerged at the end of the Edo period claiming that the tomb at Hoju-ji Temple was not that of Emperor Goshirakawa, it is said that the head priest at the time dug under the tomb and discovered a cist containing the remains of the Emperor just as the records described.
  801. When school system was issued in 1872, Saigoku Risshihen started to be used as a textbook.
  802. When scolding a child who has told a lie, there is a folk tradition in Japan to say, 'I will ask Enma to yank out your tongue.'
  803. When searching for his dead mother while conducting an ango practice, Mokuren Sonja, with the greatest divine power, found that she lived in Gakido (the Buddhist hell of starvation).
  804. When seen by sect, the temples of the Shingon and Tendai Sects are more relatively to withhold their principle images from public view.
  805. When seen from the side, its shape looks as if Mt. Fuji was inverted and its top was destroyed.
  806. When sekkobun was excavated in the early Tang period, the poems thereon which described the scenes of hunting were closely similar to the poems in 'Che-gong' and 'ji-re' of the Shi Ching, which paid a tribute to the King Xuan (Zhou) in Zhou and, therefore, it was considered that sekkobun was made in the period of the King Xuan in Zhou.
  807. When senjafuda dedicated to shrines and temples were stuck to ceilings and walls and a long time had passed, the blank part of the paper became tattered and, and only the printed or written area in India ink or such are left.
  808. When served in an earthen pot, it is called 'Katsu Nabe.'
  809. When served, the curry sauce is poured over rice as in Japan; however, they are mixed before eaten as with bibimbap.
  810. When service in other provinces was banned by the Tokugawa family, he returned and took part in the famous battles during the dawning era of the Tokugawa family as a direct vassal of the shogun of Ieyasu.
  811. When serving processed conger or clam, it is stewed before being coated with the boiled down sauce called 'tsume.'
  812. When sessho and kanpaku attended the government in place of the emperor during the Heian period, Daijokan still functioned as the highest organ of government, although its position was relatively lowered.
  813. When set on the inner side of bamboo blinds, large sized types of Kicho blinds were 4 shaku (1 shaku = 30.3 cm) high and 8 shaku wide or, width and length of 6 shaku in 5 widths that used 5 sheets of thin silk.
  814. When setsubun season comes, many supermarkets reserve special spaces for setsubun, where they sell parched beans called 'fukumame' (literally, 'lucky beans') for the mamemaki ceremony.
  815. When several Ado appear on the stage, they are distinguished by being called "Ichi-no-Ado" (the first Ado), "Ni-no-Ado" (the second Ado), etc.
  816. When shaku became twice as long as the first length, jo also became twice the length of the body.
  817. When she appears on TV, she is often with her sister, Junko, and they are called 'Izumi sisters.'
  818. When she arrived the church, an Easter sermon was being given and Tama asked various questions to a monk.
  819. When she arrives in Ashiya in Chikuzen Province and asks a servant to take her at the residence of Mr. So-and-so, the wife of Mr. So-and-so enters the stage from the hashigakari (bridge-form passageway).
  820. When she brought the arrow back to her room, it changed back into Omononushi, and then they made love.
  821. When she ceased to weave after being married, Tentei became angry, ordered her to return to the east of the Milky Way and allowed her to meet him only once a year." (itsubun - lost writings) of shichigatsu-ryo in "Getsuryo kogi")
  822. When she delivered the first Imperial Princess Shoshi, according to "Eiga Monogatari" (A tale of Flowering Fortunes), those around Kishi were disappointed and the Emperor stood up for her by saying 'the Empress used to exist in ancient times.'
  823. When she died in 699, an imperial edict ordered that the Imperial Family members, the vassals and all the officials to attend her funeral.
  824. When she died in March 935 she had been promoted to the rank of jushii (Junior Forth Rank).
  825. When she died young, all of Osaka mourned her death.
  826. When she died, Hidetada, Iemitsu and Tadanaga were visiting to Kyoto.
  827. When she died, she was 88 years old.
  828. When she died, the Princess Oku was seven years old and the Prince Otsu was five, so both were fostered out to the Emperor Tenchi (Tenji), their maternal grandfather.
  829. When she died, the rumor spread saying she died due to the anger of deities of Kasuga-taisha Shrine, which was a private deity of the FUJIWARA family, because she became an empress consort as the adopted daughter of the FUJIWARA family though she originally had been a member of the Minamoto clan.
  830. When she divorced Tadateru, she was still in her early twenties and her father, Masamune, and her mother, Yoshihime, concerning about their beloved Irohahime, allegedly asked her to remarry, but she kept refusing.
  831. When she divorces an emperor.
  832. When she first came to serve the clan, it was discovered that she and the sixth daughter of the Maeda clan had the same name, and she was required to change her name to 'Chobo', or 'Ochobo.'
  833. When she got married, she became the adopted child of Ienobu TOKUGAWA, the sixth Seii taishogun (literally, "great General who subdues the barbarians") of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), because his lawful wife Hiroko KONOE was Hisako's aunt.
  834. When she jumped into the palace with a dagger in one hand and dedicating prayers to Kannon Bosatsu (Kannon Buddhisattva) in Shido to please help her, the dragons retreated in an instant.
  835. When she learned that Kaho TANABE, a pupil in the grades ahead of her, had obtained a large manuscript fee for her novel "Yabu no Uguisu" (literally, Bush Warbler in a Thicket), Ichiyo made up her mind to write novels.
  836. When she put the threads which were taken from lotus stem in a well, they were quickly stained five colors.
  837. When she realized that she had failed in committing suicide, she longed for entering the Buddhist priesthood saying 'make me a nun.'
  838. When she received the Ikai (Court rank) of Juichii (Junior First Rank), she was given imina 'Satoko' from the Imperial Court.
  839. When she told Masako about the dream, Masako misled her into thinking the dream would bring bad luck and offered to buy it from her.
  840. When she took the arrow to her room, the arrow turned back into Omononushi and he married her.
  841. When she was 14 years old, she started serving the Uwajima clan as maid on the introduction of Keisaku NINOMIYA who was a teacher of her mother.
  842. When she was 27 years old, although it was beyond the marriageable age at that time, she was able to get engaged to Nariaki TOKUGAWA; She went to Edo for Koka (marriage of an Imperial princess to a subject).
  843. When she was 34, Emperor Komei died unexpectedly and, after Emperor Meiji was enthroned, she was officially made Empress Dowager on April 10, 1868.
  844. When she was a child she was discovered and brought up by Genji, but after the death of Aoi no Ue she becomes a virtual wife of Genji.
  845. When she was around 13, she married Imperial Prince Hozumi, but he died in 715.
  846. When she was around twelve years old, Emperor Kiritsubo abdicated the throne to the Emperor Suzaku and she was chosen to be the new saigu of the Ise-jingu Shrine.
  847. When she was arrested and brought to court for trial, she was pregnant.
  848. When she was at her parents' home, Takanobu RYUZOJI and Naoshige NABESHIMA called at the residence of Tsunenobu ISHII on the way back from a battlefield and had lunch.
  849. When she was just married, she continuously suffered from troubles such as poor life and a conflict with her mother-in-law Hisako (the letter '寿子' is also written as '久子' in some documents) NOGI, so she was separated for one and half year from Katsusuke and Yasusuke.
  850. When she was over 20, she received an offer of marriage from middle-ranking nobility Sakon no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  851. When she was past forty, she became a lady-in-waiting for Gotoba in, and looked up at the moon at court again, but recalling the old days composed the poem 'The past that I force myself to forget even now, the clear moon calls me to remember.'
  852. When she was past the age of 40 she married FUJIWARA no Yasumasa, a retainer of her master Shoshi's father, Fujiwara no Michinaga; FUJIWARA, who was famous for his bravery, went to Tango, the country of her new husband's post.
  853. When she was six years old, she got engaged with MINAMOTO no Yoshitaka (Shimizu no Kanja), a legitimate son of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka in order to make a peace with Yoshinaka who was opposed with Yoritomo.
  854. When she was sixteen years old, she lost her parents, was adopted by her uncle, and moved to Edo to become a geisha girl.
  855. When she was twenty-nine years old, living Amida Buddha and twenty-five Bosatsu appeared and she left for Saiho Gokuraku Jodo.
  856. When she was unable to come to the Imperial Palace because of illness, Emperor Gensho ordered the composition of a poem themed on snow to console her.
  857. When she was weaving a Garment of Gods in a Imihatadono in Takamanohara (plain of high heaven), Susano who saw her skinned a horse from the tail and threw it in the room.
  858. When she was young, her grandfather Akae was banished in the Jinshin War.
  859. When shipping, in relation to the provisions of the Liquor Tax Act, and because that consumers prefer low alcohol-concentration, it is necessary to lower the alcohol concentration to a desired level.
  860. When shochu is added to increase the alcohol concentration for use as a beverage, it is called 'honnaoshi' or 'yanagikage.'
  861. When shoen (a manor) was newly approved, zaichokanjin set the demarcation line with the shoen party and placed tags indicating the borders.
  862. When shogun Yoshinori and Kamakura kubo (governor-general of Kanto region) Mochiuji were in conflict, Mochiuji once unlawfully seized it (settled in 1411).
  863. When shogun selected one of Shogun's Ochuro (female servants in waiting for Shogun) for yotogi, and informed the Otoshiyori of the name of the Ochuro, the Otoshiyori ordered the selected Ochuro to wait in shogun's bed.
  864. When shogun selected one of his wife's Ochuro, it was customary that the Otoshiyori to shogun negotiated with the Otoshityori to shogun's wife.
  865. When shokan took the post of ukeoi daikan, he called himself daikanuke; when jito and shugo (provincial constable) took the post, they called themselves jitouke and shugouke respectively.
  866. When shomono were written in Japanese, use of the katakana syllabary was common; these are sometimes called 'kanagaki shomono' (shomono written in kana).
  867. When showing extraordinary appreciation or apology, sometimes a person removes a zabuton before prostrating themselves on the floor.
  868. When shrimp and lobster are cooked, the shells are occasionally used as materials in the soup stock.
  869. When shrines were forced to merge in the Meiji period, some shrines came to enshrine many Haishin.
  870. When simply looking at historical facts, Asano Takumi no Kami sentenced one of 47 roshi Saburobe CHIBA to house confinement and removed chief retainer Masanori KONDO from his position as the head of the group.
  871. When singing a kiyariuta, a kiyarishi (kiyari workman) as a leader and other kiyarishi who chant chorus sing alternately.
  872. When singing karaoke in a common bar, one often has to sing in front of customers who are strangers.
  873. When sitting seiza style on such hard surfaces, zabuton (traditional Japanese cushions) are often used.
  874. When small-scale newspapers each including pictures and furigana like hiragana-eiri-shinbun started to be issued as if they followed the success of nishiki-e-shinbun, nishiki-e-shinbun disappeared from the visual field of the general public as it was overwhelmed by those small-scale newspapers.
  875. When snow slides off the roof, it sometimes brings pieces of thatch with it.
  876. When soba (buckwheat noodles) was served on the occasion of his visit to Jindai-ji Temple, Koben was pleased with it very much and thereafter he often took up soba as a topic of conversation in the shogun's residence.
  877. When society was in process of change, it became difficult for court nobles to find a subject from their daily life, and that's why no other fictionalized stories surpassed the "Tale of Genji."
  878. When soliciting alms, Komuso monks wore plain indigo blue or grey clothing which was secured by a men's obi (sash) tied in the front and a bag containing a spare Shakuhachi (bamboo flute) was worn at the hip.
  879. When somebody gets five consecutive victories, the runner enters this competition's hall of fame.
  880. When someone died, people cried loudly, mourned the passing and didn't eat meat for about 10 days.
  881. When someone had something special coming up, they set fire to a bone to see which way it would crack, as a form of divination.
  882. When someone is essentially in charge of preparing nabe (a Japanese dish served in a hot pot), which is cooked with the participation of everyone at the table, they are commonly referred to as "nabe-bugyo."
  883. When someone is shot with the golden arrowhead, that person falls in love with a person who is shot with a lead arrowhead, the person shot by a lead arrowhead can not love the person who is shot by a golden arrowhead.
  884. When someone jumped out of his house to hear the creaky sound of an ox cart on an oboro-yo in the street of Kamo-cho (Kyoto Prefecture) (present Kizugawa City), he found the strange creature Oboro-guruma there.
  885. When someone shot it with a bow and an arrow, it was reportedly found to be a heron (Ardeidae) in itself.
  886. When someone talks as if he or she is reading a script, but in fact is improvising his or her speech, the expression 'kanjincho' is used, which is derived from the Scene of Reading Kanjincho Aloud, where Benkei pretends to read the scroll he happened to have with him aloud and sonorously.
  887. When someone/something appears tasteful, it is described as 'shareru' (in its form of a verb).
  888. When something happened that did not agree with Enryaku-ji Temple, the monk warriors would pick up their portable shrine (Buddhism and Shinto were mixed up at the time, so god and Buddha were the same) and go to protest, thereby forcing their position on the powerful figures of the time.
  889. When soy milk is brought to boil, due to the Ramsden phenomenon a film or skin forms on the surface, which is lifted with utensils such as bamboo skewers.
  890. When soymilk is slowly heated, the thin skin that's pulled up from the surface is called yuba (tofu skin), which is mainly used as an ingredient in soup dishes and eaten as it is with soy sauce, as one would eat raw fish.
  891. When special trains are run between Misasagi and Hamaotsu Stations on occasions such as New Year's Eve, shuttle trains for Hamaotsu leave Platoform 2.
  892. When starch in the dough has flowed out into the water, the remaining gluten is steamed to make nama-fu (or mochi-fu).
  893. When starting to eat brown rice, there is a method of mixing it with white rice.
  894. When steam heaters were introduced during Taisho period these fireplaces were abolished and the chimney pipes were removed, but the mantelpieces furnished in each place such as in the lobby and so on still exist up until the present.
  895. When steamed by a dedicated rice cooker, the stickiness unique to Japonica rice is produced, and it becomes faintly sweet due to increased degree of gelatinization of starch.
  896. When still young he took the tonsure and became a monk at Joon-ji Temple in Mino Province, taking Sakudo Bunshuku as his teacher.
  897. When study tours to sake producers are conducted, some sake producers show the visitors their motoba.
  898. When succession race over Iesada Tokugawa's successor arose, he supported Iemochi (Yoshitomi) TOKUGAWA and oppressed the Hitotsubashi family.
  899. When such patients want to bathe in carbon dioxide springs, it is desirable for them to consult a doctor in advance.
  900. When such sake is sold in Japan, it is necessary to label the country of origin and use of sake produced in foreign country.
  901. When such samurai were promoted and became military commanders, some of them continued to use their sashimono as their umajirushi.
  902. When sumi gets old and dry, the animal glue decomposes, and therefore the ink flows better.
  903. When sumi is first made the animal glue is strong and elastic.
  904. When sumi stick is unable to be ground on it, suzuri must be sharpened on a special whetstone.
  905. When summer comes, Kaoru feels affection toward Onna Ichi no Miya, an older sister of his wife.
  906. When sung by an individual, the redundant part was dropped to become '5-7?' and '5-7-7,' which gave rise to the tanka's structure of '5-7-5-7-7.'
  907. When supporters dressed in Japanese clothes are cheering, they keep rhythm by moving a Sensu on which the word 'victory' is written.
  908. When surume is torn lengthwise, it can break into bite-size pieces and will become easier to be eaten.
  909. When sushi restaurants list 'Akadashi' on the menu, what is meant is 'miso soup.'
  910. When sushi vinegar is mixed with the rice evenly, supply the wind to the rice with an uchiwa fan to give a luster to the rice.
  911. When takauji headed for Saigoku to subjugate Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA, an adopted child of Tadayoshi, Emperor Gomurakami seized the opportunity to expel Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA and regained Kyoto, but when Takauji came back to Kyoto, he was ousted from Kyoto.
  912. When taken as a continuation of Shushigaku, popularization of the sage after the Song period culminated in Yomeigaku towards the middle and end of the Ming period.
  913. When taking these into consideration, it is considered that the allegation on Ieyasu's side was not a far fetched one, but rather that a careless act on the Toyotomi side allowed the Ieyasu side a chance to take advantage.
  914. When taking to Ukifune, neither Kaoru nor Nioumiya did hikiuta (poem quotation).
  915. When takuan becomes soft enough, pour the water off, then add dashi, soy sauce, and one table spoon of sesame oil, and let it simmer for a while.
  916. When talking about Soh music during the Taisho and early Showa era, Michio MIYAGI is on the top of the list.
  917. When talking about the world at the time of the Boxer Rebellion, the theory of social evolution often plays a prominent role as an ideology, describing a binomial confrontation between civilization and barbarianism.
  918. When talking of kusazoshi style illustrated pulp books, 'Gokan' picture books are also singled out.
  919. When tamagushi is handed by a Shinto priest, the base of tamagushi is held from above by the right hand, and the leaf apex is supported by the left hand.
  920. When tassels are damaged, they can be replaced under normal conditions.
  921. When technical arts are not individualistic within their field, and there are many holders of the art, the following 14 subjects or 14 groups are certified as the groups as key members, meaning they hold the Preservation Group Certification.
  922. When temizu is too much, the mochi is soft during the pounding, however, mochi tends to become hard for stretching and shaping conducted later and also tends to become moldy later on.
  923. When temporarily leaving the sake brewing business, breweries took such measures as yasumikabu, meaning not using the license one holds, and kashikabu, meaning temporarily giving other brewer the use of the license.
  924. When tempura is served as a single dish, seasoning soy sauce is customarily used to dip it, and depending on the ingredients, citrus fruit juice may be an alternative sauce.
  925. When tenmoku chawan is used, daitenmoku is used as the stand.
  926. When tension both internally and externally increased near the end of the Edo period, ronin found more work (in government service) and the ratio of shisho who were townspeople rose.
  927. When that Miura clan was defeated by the Adachi and Hojo clans during the Battle of Hoji in 1247, Moritoki SAHARA of the clan stood on the side of Hojo clan and later became the soryo of the Miura clan.
  928. When that happened, 5000 of mostly Hatamoto soldiers of the Tokugawa family, about 3000 of the Aizu Clan soldiers and 1500 of the Kuwana Clan soldiers gathered at Nijo-jo Castle were outraged at the dealings of the Satsuma Clan who manipulated the Imperial Court.
  929. When the "Imperial Rescript on Education" was granted as an Imperial gift in 1890, Neo-Confucianism was seriously adopted as the ideology of the modern nation.
  930. When the 'Film Association of Bantsuma, Tachibana, and Universal' was established, film crews and equipment were transferred from Hollywood to the Uzumasa studio in October of the same year.
  931. When the 'Kunai-sho Kansei' (Imperial Household Ministry Organization) (Article 3 of Koshitsu-rei; the Imperial Families' Act, in 1907) was established, it was under the control of Shikibu-shoku of Imperial Household Agency as 'tenshiki.'
  932. When the 'Morisadamanko' is read more, it would appear that it was easy to develop new products to start the business if they came up with ideas and exercised a little ingenuity during the time when there were no troublesome laws such as Utility Model Act and Patent Act.
  933. When the 'futai' is too long, bend them along with a creased line.
  934. When the 103 series is used on the Yamatoji Line, the direction of the cars made by Morinomiya Train Depot face the opposite direction of cars made by Nara Train Depot.
  935. When the 30th anniversary of Kenseigijuku was celebrated in 1928, Uchimura could not attend because of his sickness, and thus someone else read his congratulatory message for him.
  936. When the 34th G8 Summit (Hokkaido Toyako Summit) was held, many of the foreigners visiting Toyako Town purchased them as well.
  937. When the 3rd and the 4th brigades and the Shinsen-ryodan brigade further rushed into Nobeoka before long, the Satsuma army was finally defeated.
  938. When the 41st U.S. President George H. W. Bush came to Japan in 1992, pairing with the Crown Prince Naruhito, he played two doubles tennis matches with the U.S. President paired with Michael Armacost, the U.S. Ambassador to Japan, and won both matches.
  939. When the 9th shogun, Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA, died and a problem regarding the shogun's heirship occurred, Masamoto recommended Seiko (son of Horigoe kubo Masatomo ASHIKAGA, and later Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA) become the next shogun.
  940. When the Aizu Domain and the Kuwana Domain formed an alliance with the Satsuma Domain, he became Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy) and government affairs in Kyoto were left to his discretion.
  941. When the Aizu-Matsudaira family was allowed their restoration, they were forced to choose the place to found the domain on, and Mondo recommended Inawashiro, but in the end, Shimokita, where Hiroshi YAMAKAWA recommended, was chosen.
  942. When the Aki Takeda clan held Wakasa shugoshiki (the military governor of Wakasa Province), the Tekeda clan of Wakasa, Wakasa Takeda clan inherited the ancient practices.
  943. When the Allied forces attacked, Yoshihiro had his soldiers carry out an ambush to confuse and scatter the enemy formation before shifting to the main battle formation that attacked the enemy.
  944. When the Amago clan was destroyed by Motonari MORI, he lived in exile.
  945. When the Amami island chain was returned to Japan in 1953 and Japan's tax law was applied, there occurred an argument about to treating kokutoshu as shochu by the people including the islanders, because it was not treated as shochu according to the tax law and therefore the tax rate was high.
  946. When the Anglo-Satsuma War occurred in 1863, his suspension was dissolved and he applied for Kesshitai (suicide corps) to be a soldier posing as a merchant selling watermelons.
  947. When the Aya-jo Castle which was the branch castle of the Ito clan fell due to the attack of the Shimazu clan, Mancio ITO who was eight years old at the time, was carried on Kunihiro TANAKA's back, and escaped to Bungo Province.
  948. When the Azai and Asakura allied forces approached Kyoto while Nobunaga fought at Settsu Province, he also returned to Kyoto and guarded it.
  949. When the Azai clan achieved the independence from the Rokkaku clan, the Azai's retainers forced Hisamasa to be retired, and Nagamasa came to succeed the rein of the family.
  950. When the Azai family had to make a decision on which side they should take under the serious confrontation between the Oda and the Asakura clans as a partner of both sides, Hisamasa strongly insisted that they should side with the Asakura, and Nagamasa rebelled against Nobunaga, compromising with his father.
  951. When the Azuchi-Momoyama period started, part of the gakunin were ordered by the Emperor Ogimachi and the Emperor Goyozei to move to Kyoto and the scattered gakunin also gradually returned to Kyoto.
  952. When the Baku-han system (the feudal system characteristic of the Shogunate) was put in place, the Edo bakufu (the Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) tried to control Ommyo-ji across the country by rebuilding the Tsuchimikado family and the Koutokui family, branch families of the Kamo clan.
  953. When the Bank of Japan was established in 1882, National Banks were privatized to be ordinary banks and only the Bank of Japan has issued the banknotes since then (banknotes issued by the former National Banks were in circulation for a while).
  954. When the Battle of Hoji occurred in 1247, Suemitsu was on Yasumura MIURA's side and committed suicide with the Miura family at Hokke-do which was the private Buddha statue hall for MINAMOTO no Yoritomo.
  955. When the Battle of Sekigahara broke out in 1600, Hideharu joined up with the eastern army, and suppressed a riot which took place in Echigo Province being led by the former retainers of Kagekatsu UESUGI.
  956. When the Battle of Sekigahara broke out in 1600, the Hosokawa family joined the Togun (Eastern army) led by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  957. When the Battle of Sekigahara occurred after the death of Hideyoshi, Yoshiaki fought the Uesugi clan as the 'eastern' army (the battle of Hasedo-jo Castle).
  958. When the Battle of Sekigahara occurred in 1600, Nagayasu together with Tadatsugu, transported the Tokugawa army led by Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  959. When the Battle of Sekigahara, in which Mitsunari and so on raised an army, occurred in 1600, Hideyori was placed under the protection of Terumoto MORI, who was a member of Gotairo and was set up as the leader of the Western Camp.
  960. When the Battle of Toba and Fushimi broke out and the Boshin War started in 1868, he accompanied Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA and was detained in Reigan-ji Temple (Koto Ward) in Edo.
  961. When the Battle of Toba-Fushimi broke out as the old army of the bakufu, the troops of the Satsuma clan and the Choshu clan clashed in Kyoto on January 27, 1868, Yoshinobu escaped from Osaka to Edo by a warship not to leave his house.
  962. When the Battle of Toba-Fushimi occurred at the end of Edo period, since the Choshu Domain had its base at Tofuku-ji Temple, Taikoan became an ancestral temple of solders who died in the battle.
  963. When the Boshi War started, he fought in the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, The Battle of Koshu-Katsunuma, and the Aizu War.
  964. When the Boshin Civil War broke out in 1868, insurgence associated with the social reform movement flared up again in local provinces.
  965. When the Boshin War began in 1868, he advised the Imperial Court to suppress Ezo.
  966. When the Boshin War broke out in 1868, he went to the Oshu region, and participated in the Hokuetsu War to defeat the army of the former bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  967. When the Boshin War broke out, Sasaki joined the shogunate army participating in the Battle of Toba-Fushimi during which he was fatally wounded and died in Wakayama.
  968. When the Boshin War broke out, he charged forward as Daigungen (Senior Assistant Deputy General) at the Government-general of the Tosando Force headed by Tomomi IWAKURA's son, Tomosada,
  969. When the Boshin War broke out, he decided to return to his home because the Tokugawa shogunate broke down and he couldn't get a salary.
  970. When the Boshin War broke out, he joined Kangi-tai led by Hyogonokami Matsudaira and run away from Edo.
  971. When the Boxers occupied Blagoveshchensk along the Amur River in June, Russia destroyed Sixty-Four Villages East of the River of the Chinese Residency area within Russia and occupied Tosansho (literally three provinces of the east) (Manchuria) by moving the army south.
  972. When the Bunroku-Keicho War broke out in 1592, he departed for the front in the Bunroku War despite his old age, and smashed the Ming army with Muneshige TACHIBANA (the Battle of Hekitenkai [ByeogJe Gwan]).
  973. When the Bunsho Coup that the 8th shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA's trusted vassals such as Sadachika ISE and a Zen monk Shinzui KIKEI were ousted from the political world by Katsumoto HOSOKAWA broke out in 1466, Masanori also lost his position.
  974. When the Cabinet fell at the end of that year, however, he resigned his position and ended his career as a Ministry of Finance official.
  975. When the Cabinet member tried to sit on a chair, Tsugumichi SAIGO, who sat on the adjacent seat, pulled the chair and made him fall on his buttocks.
  976. When the Chief Priest was queried, she responded, '5 or 6 years ago in the middle of the night, someone drove nails into it.'
  977. When the China-Japan War began in 1937, the circumstances for sake got worse.
  978. When the Chinese character '和' was introduced from China, it was originally a word used to express 'harmonization', 'peace', and 'balance.'
  979. When the Chinese character '素' for plain is read as shiro, it implies 'ordinary' as in 'shiroto' (amateur), and not white.
  980. When the Chokyo Rebellion, an internal discord of the Uesugi family, started, the Nanasawa Fort fell by the invasion of Kanto Kanrei (a shogunal deputy for the Kanto region) Akisada UESUGI in 1488, and therefore, Tomomasa stayed in the Oba Fort (the present Fujisawa City) after that.
  981. When the Choroku Conspiracy took place, he recaptured Yasakani no magatama (comma-shaped jewel) and presented it to the emperor at Okuyoshino Totsukawa River.
  982. When the Chosen Sotoku-fu building was completed, the palace got out of sight from the town, which made the Sotoku-fu building called a symbol of the humiliating history for the Korean people (the Koreans).
  983. When the Chuetsu Offshore Earthquake occurred in 2007, he not only visited the disaster-stricken area to console the victims, but also cancelled his summer vacation out of consideration for the victims.
  984. When the Chugoku region had been stabilized, Yoriyuki was dismissed from the post of Chugoku Kanrei and the Hosokawa clan lost their dominion in the Chugoku region.
  985. When the Cloistered Emperor Enyu (who had become a monk) passed away in February 991, she retired as the Empress Dowager on September 16 (old lunar calendar) of the same year and took the title of Tosanjoin, after the name of her residence, Higashi Sanjo dono.
  986. When the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa read this poem, he felt sorry for Korekata and pardoned and summoned him to the capital.
  987. When the Cloistered Emperor Gouda, and then the Imperial Prince Kuniyoshi died, Tsunetsugu, who had been hated by the Emperor Godaigo, was purged from the court, and in 1326, became a Buddhist monk.
  988. When the Cloistered Emperor Kazan was 29 years old, he was hit with an arrow by Inner Ministers FUJIWARA no Korechika and FUJIWARA no Takaie of the Naka no Kampaku family.
  989. When the Cloistered Emperor passed away, Tango no tsubone underwent Shukke (became a Buddhist priest) in 1192.
  990. When the Constitution of Japan and the Local Autonomy Law became effective on May 3, 1947, Shisei, Chosei, Tokyoto Sei as well as Dofukensei were abolished.
  991. When the Constitution of Japan went into effect on May 3, 1947, the peerage system involving marquises was abolished.
  992. When the Constitution of the Empire of Japan is interpreted without argument, it can be read as if the Emperor had very strong powers.
  993. When the Coup of Meio occurred in 1493, upon the order of Masamoto, he attacked and defeated Masanaga HATAKEYAMA at Shogaku-ji Castle along with Motohide UEHARA.
  994. When the Court at Omi no miya learned in late June 672 that Oama no Miko (later Emperor Tenmu) had raised an army against it, the Omi Court dispatched messengers to the regional allies to order the mobilization of troops.
  995. When the Crown Prince ascended the throne, the first prince became the crown prince (Wakana (New Herbs), Part Two) and she became a chugu in the volume 'Minori' (The Rites).
  996. When the Crown Prince left Japan, as many as one million people reportedly saw him off waving a small flag on the route from the Imperial Palace to the Yokohama Port.
  997. When the Daimaru Tokyo store moved to GranTokyo in 2007, it was opened on the eighth floor of the same building.
  998. When the Date clan ruled over Date County, the Oe clan, a vassal of the Date clan, resided in the Castle.
  999. When the Edo Bakufu fell (in 1868), the new Meiji government brought back the Daijokan system (the Department of State in Japan during the Nara and Heian periods) for the Restoration of Imperial Rule.
  1000. When the Edo Shogunate was collapsed by Meiji Restoration, he appealed to the new government to urge the abolition of the astronomical officials of the old shogunate.

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