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  1. When the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) required an imperial sanction for the conclusion of the Treaty of commerce of the Imperial Court in 1858, he opposed against it as one of the Teishin hachiju-hachi kyo (eighty-eight retainers of Imperial Court).
  2. When the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) started the Choshu Conquest, he went overseas to the Kyushu region (the Fukuoka domain) with Sanjo and others, and escaped to Dazaifu (Government Headquarters in Kyushu).
  3. When the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was established, it enacted the Kinchu Narabini Kuge Shohatto (Court Noble's Act), whereby the structure in which the appointment of a regent or chief advisor to the Emperor could not be made without a recommendation by the bakufu.
  4. When the Edo bakufu implemented Kinchu narabi ni kuge shohatto (Acts Governing the Imperial Court and Nobility) following the Siege of Osaka, Katsushige directed and monitored implementation of the ordinances by the Imperial Court to ensure that the laws were not being ignored.
  5. When the Edo bakufu noticed the situation and started to reform the currency system, a large amount of gold began flowing out of Japan, which created severe inflation in the city of Edo.
  6. When the Edo bakufu was founded, Edo was just a rural area, while Kamigata was the cultural front line, but before long, Edo began to attract artists, because Edo became the mecca of local talents in other fields as well.
  7. When the Edo period began, The Tale of Genji printed from engraved wood started to be published.
  8. When the Edo period started after the war period ended, the number of 牢人 who wandered around various provinces increased due to Kaieki (punishment whereby a samurai was deprived of his samurai status and his fief and residence were confiscated).
  9. When the Eikyo War broke out, the Kamakura kubo entered into conflict with the Kantokanryo as well, and after losing the battle in 1439, the fourth Kamakura kubo Mochiuji ASHIKAGA was defeated and ordered to commit suicide leading to the post being temporarily discontinued.
  10. When the Emishi in Shiwa village revolted, SAEKI no Kuramaro was additionally dispatched to help conquer them in Isawa area.
  11. When the Emperor Godaigo intend to have his son succeed the throne by removing the Imperial Prince Kuniyoshi, who was in the main branch of Daikakuji-to (imperial lineage starting with Emperor Kameyama), Tsunetsugu worked hard to defend the Imperial Prince Kuniyoshi in order to conform to the wishes of the Retired Emperor Gouda.
  12. When the Emperor Horikawa ascended the throne, she was given the rank of Empress Dowager posthumously on January 30, 1088.
  13. When the Emperor Junna abdicated the throne in favor of the Emperor Ninmyo, Yoshino was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) chunagon, but he devotedly followed the Retired Emperor Junna.
  14. When the Emperor Kanmu was enthroned in May, 781, he was appointed to be Sangi (councilor), but he was already fifty-three years old.
  15. When the Emperor Kinmei ascended to the throne, Okoshi was once again assigned to the Omuraji.
  16. When the Emperor Kotoku moved to Naniwa-kyu Palace and the Emperor Tenji moved to Omi Otsu no miya Palace, Asuka no kyo (Wakyo) was maintained, so there were two capitals; Asuka and the other.
  17. When the Emperor Meiji changed the capital to Tokyo, Sanetomi SANJO, udaijin (minister of the right), and Michitomi HIGASHIKUZE, Sachujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), showed it to the Emperor, and Yosai was given the title of 'nihongashi,' or painter of Japan.
  18. When the Emperor Meiji took 'Yamato gyoko' (imperial trip to the Yamato Province), the temple was used as Imai anzaisho (provisional palace for Emperor's going out) on February 10 and 11, 1877.
  19. When the Emperor Ninko gave permission for the marriage, he was satisfied with it, saying as following: "Because the Mito Domain have been dedicated to both religions and politics since the period of their predecessors, and have been highly loyal to the emperors for generations, this marriage should be good for the Princess.
  20. When the Emperor Ojin visited Yoshino, kuzu (the indigenous people to be said to have lived in the Yoshino woods) welcomed him.
  21. When the Emperor Reigen began direct administration after the death of the Cloistered Emperor Gomizunoo, Sanetoyo fell into disfavor with him as "pro-bakufu clique" partly because the Emperor Reigen hated the bakufu and because he was in charge of bukedenso-yaku, and was ordered to be placed in confinement at home since 1683.
  22. When the Emperor Reizei succeeded the throne, she was given the posthumous title of Empress Dowager in 967 and the Grand Empress Dowager title with the accession of Emperor Enyu in 969.
  23. When the Emperor Seiwa abdicated, he made up his mind to retire, but he was persuaded by the Emperor Yozei not to resign and promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) Sangi (Royal Advisor) in 879 and Sadaiben (Major Controller of the Left) three years later and Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and Chunagon in 886.
  24. When the Emperor Shirakawa made an imperial visit to Nanto (Nara), he noticed that Imainumaru was handsome and took the boy, enlisting him into the Emperor's service as a chodo (sodomy partner).
  25. When the Emperor Showa passed away, there was a discussion whether the Tennosei should be continued or not on a TV program called "Asamade Nama TV" of TV Asahi Corporation.
  26. When the Emperor Tenchi was critically ill in bed, Yasumaro was dispatched as a messenger to Prince Oama (later enthroned as the Emperor Tenmu) to invite the Prince to see him.
  27. When the Emperor Yuryaku climbed Mt. Katsuragi, the followers of both the Emperor and Hitokotonushi no Kami wore the same costume that was printed with aozuri with scarlet strings attached.
  28. When the Emperor abdicated the throne, Saigu trudged the same Suzuka-toge Pass and Omi-ji Road as in the outward journey.
  29. When the Emperor asked, 'what shall I do with the name of our son?' she replied, 'as I delivered him in the flames, you may call him Homuchiwake no miko (prince born through the flames).'
  30. When the Emperor bestowed a ranked title of 'Mahito' on about thirty princes on January 27, 751, Mifune no Okimi received the kabane title of OMI no Mahito.
  31. When the Emperor finally got a son, he felt great joy and installed the son as a Crown Prince only 32 days after his birth.
  32. When the Emperor have questions about the reports from ministries, he shall call and directly ask questions to the minister or the vice-minister having jurisdiction over the issues.
  33. When the Emperor is ill in bed or stays in the Imperial Palace, Minister of State may be allowed to have audience with the Emperor at the Imperial Palace.It is very difficult to relay messages in writing or by supernumerary government officials and it may well ruin the opportunity to accomplish important duties.
  34. When the Emperor of Gaozu Liu Bang of the Former Han took the throne, he said "At first, I was named Haiko, then I defeated tyranny, and finally I came to power." and he made Hai, where he raised an army, his own Tomokuyu to reduce taxes and labor service.
  35. When the Emperor performed gyoko (imperial visit), special ornaments were displayed to the extent that it would awe on-lookers.
  36. When the Emperor returned to Tokyo on October 11, they asked for the permission for the plan.
  37. When the Emperor visited In no gosho (the retired Emperor's court) in January 1167, Yorimori was awarded the court rank of Shosanmi, though he was in Kyushu at the time.
  38. When the Emperor visited the provinces, OKUMA went together.
  39. When the Emperor was sick in bed, MINAMOTO no Yoshiie stroked the string of the bow three times, then, the evil spirit disappeared and the Emperor recovered.
  40. When the Emperor was tonsured after their arrival at Gangyo-ji Temple, Michikane fled the temple to explain the situation to his father, Kaneie, and it was at this point that the Emperor realized he had been deceived.
  41. When the Emperor wavered on the way to the Gankei-ji Temple in Yamashina Ward, Michikane persuaded the Emperor to continue and managed to take the Emperor to the Temple.
  42. When the Emperor went hunting, he saw a timid toneri (a servant) who could not shoot an arrow at a boar and decided to kill him.
  43. When the Emperor's announcement of Japan's surrender was broadcasted, the Crown Prince had listened the broadcast with other students of the Gakushuin School on a corridor of the second floor of the hotel.
  44. When the Emperor's side won, he organized the postponed funeral of the Cloistered Emperor Toba and became the head of Kirokujo (Land Record Office) that was resurrected by recommendation of Shinzei.
  45. When the Emperor, who was deeply in love with her, fell a sleep on the Empress's lap peacefully, the Empress brandished the knife over his body, but she could not help dropping tears, feeling too pity for him.
  46. When the Empress Genmei was gravely ill in 721, he was expected to serve as the conservator of her grandson Imperial Prince Obito (the Emperor Shomu), and was appointed to this post as a person who was in charge of 'keikai-naigai, junchoku-shiko' (conveying and implementing the Imperial order).
  47. When the Empress Koken passed away in 770, he, as a councilor, helped to enthrone the Emperor Konin, with FUJIWARA no Nagate and so on, then he was promoted from Chunagon (Vice-Councilor of the State) to Dainagon Shosanmi (Councilor of the State, Senior Third Court Rank).
  48. When the Empress heard Kiyomaro's report, she got angry, and firstly she demoted Kiyomaro to Inaba no ingainoge, and afterwards, she obliged him to change his name to (WAKABE no Kitanamaro)and condemned him an exile to Osumi Province (present Kagoshima Prefecture).
  49. When the Empress inquired a courtier, they realized this was the spirit of Ryoma SAKAMOTO.
  50. When the FUJIWARA no Nakamaro War occurred in 764, he became the Governor of Echizen Province at the same time his father, Toyonari, returned as Udaijin after being shunted off as Dazai ingai no sochi (ex-officio governor general of Dazai-fu, Kyushu Government Office).
  51. When the February 26th Incident occurred, because the Emperor Showa got enraged and insisted on going there himself to settle the situation, the rebels were subdued.
  52. When the Food Sanitation Act was established in 1947, prefectural governments started to enact ordinances regarding the sale of pufferfish.
  53. When the Frankish kingdom split and loosened its grip and the invasion by Normans and Magyars intensified, local lords became independent and reinforced the defense of their territories and residences.
  54. When the Fujiwara no Nakamaro's War occurred in 764, his family members were executed one after another.
  55. When the Genbun uprising occurred in March 1739, Tadachika, who belonged to the village meeting, explained the memorandum filed by peasants to the lord of the domain, Yoshiyasu IKEDA, at the command of Ikeda, but he received house confinement order for the reason that he was sympathetic to the uprising in May 1739.
  56. When the Genko War, a war whose object was to overthrow the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), broke out in 1333, Yorinao joined his father Sadatsune--both of whom were in support of the war--in a campaign to destroy Hidetoki HOJO, the chinzei tandai (military governor) of Hakata and the force of the Hojo clan in Kyushu.
  57. When the Genpei War broke out, he became a follower of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka together with his cousin, Tadanao TAKANASHI and others.
  58. When the German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact was concluded on August 23, Hiranuma, who had been seeking an alliance with Germany with the goal of preventing communism, was shocked and resigned from the Prime Minister's position, leaving the following words of nonsense, 'the whole of Europe is messed up beyond all recognition.'
  59. When the Gohojo clan lost the dominion over the Kanto region in 1590, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA took over its position of ruler.
  60. When the Gokenin found about it, they were all enraged and 66 samurai including Yoshimori and Yoshimura MIURA created an impeachment paper with their signatures to expel Kagetoki KAJIWARA and handed it to OE no Hiromoto.
  61. When the Grand Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager and Empress existed, other corresponding offices were set up respectively.
  62. When the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake occurred on January 17, 1995, he visited the disaster-stricken area on January 31, only two weeks after the earthquake occurred, and sat in the correct manner on the floor of shelters while listening attentively to victims' words without putting on a pair of mules.
  63. When the Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) was carried out in Japan in 1871, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs took over the right of trade with Korea, a right that had long been consigned to the Tsushima clan since the Edo period.
  64. When the Hakodate Court changed its name to Hakodate-fu, he was assigned to the governor of the Hakodate-fu.
  65. When the Hakodate War broke out, Kuroda was ordered to become a staff officer of lieutenant general Kinnaru SHIMIZUDANI in March, and he set sail from Tokyo in April.
  66. When the Hakodate War was over, the mastermind of the war, Takeaki ENOMOTO, Keisuke OTORI, and Taro MATSUDAIRA were imprisoned in Tatsunokuchi, Tokyo, but they were pardoned in January, 1872, because of a movement to save their lives led by Kiyotaka KURODA.
  67. When the Hashiba army occupied the key point of Mt. Tennozan to decide the tide of the battle, however, there were only a few of Nobunaga's former vassals on the side of Mitsuhide, who had killed the monarch, and they were unable to overcome the other side's superior numbers.
  68. When the Heian kyo was built, it was built as protection for the capital to remove calamities related to direction, and was originally called Taishogun-do.
  69. When the Heian period started, the systematic garan layout (as in the Nara period) disappeared because the mountain temples of Esoteric Buddhism were subject to site restrictions.
  70. When the Heiji Disturbance occurred, his father Kageshige sided with the army of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo, but his forces were lost in the battle, which ended up changing the ownership of the Katagiri clan's fief to the Taira clan and left the Katagiri clan without fief for over 20 years thereafter.
  71. When the Heiji War broke out in 1159, he provided 7 armors, bows and arrows for TAIRA no Kiyomori and his followers who happened to stay in Nitagawa no Yado (also known as Tanobe no Yado) to make pilgrimage to Kumano.
  72. When the Heiji War broke out in 1159, his brother Korekata once took part in the rebel army of FUJIWARA no Nobuyori and then switched sides, but Nariyori's action was coolheaded from start to finish, so he enabled the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa to escape from Dairi (the Inner Palace).
  73. When the Heiji War broke out on December 9, 1159, Kiyomori was on a pilgrimage to Kumano Sanzan in Kii Province.
  74. When the Heisei period started, he had fewer opportunities to be on stage.
  75. When the Higher School Order was amended in 1918, many more were established in various areas.
  76. When the Hogen War broke out in 1156 after the death of the Cloistered Emperor Toba, the Taira clan was put in a difficult situation because Tadamori and Zenni were guardians of the Imperial Prince Shigehito.
  77. When the Hogen War broke out in 1156, he joined the forces of Emperor Goshirakawa, together with his father.
  78. When the Hogen War occurred thereafter, his eldest brother Tameshige sided with the Retired Emperor Sutoku (according to "Sonpi Bunmyaku" [a text compiled in the 14th century that records the lineages of the aristocracy]), and Kageshige joined the army of Emperor Goshirakawa as a vassal of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo.
  79. When the Hojo clan conquered Musashi Province, the Nakayama clan was organized into the group of the vassals.
  80. When the Hojo troops entered Kai, Nobushige launched guerrilla attacks on groups of Hojo's troops carrying supplies.
  81. When the Hokkaido Development Commission was abolished, Heinai became a higher-ranked Secretary of the Interior in 1882.
  82. When the Hokkaido Development Commission was first inaugurated, the financial base of the central government was weak and could not afford to govern the entire Hokkaido.
  83. When the Hokuetsu War broke out, Kuroda thought that they should make the Echigo-Nagaoka clan surrender and employ Tsugunosuke KAWAI, and sent a letter to Kawai but it did not reach him.
  84. When the Honno-ji Incident occurred in 1582, he fled to Bussho-ji Temple in Mino to find refuge.
  85. When the Honnoji Incident broke out in 1582, Katahide GAMO stayed within the castle as the Rusuiyaku (a person representing the master during his absence).
  86. When the Honnoji Incident broke out in 1582, she was in the Nagahama Castle in Omi province and then temporarily took refuge in Daikichi-ji Temple within the domain.
  87. When the Honnoji Incident broke out, it is said that Hideyoshi deeply thanked Takakage for suppressing Motoharu and other members who insisted to pursue the Hashiba army.
  88. When the Honnoji Incident broke out, the whereabouts of the top level bushos (military commanders) under the Oda family and its ally Ieyasu TOKUGAWA were as described below.
  89. When the Honnoji Incident occurred in 1582, Ieyasu was staying in Sakai City with a few of his followers, including Tadakatsu.
  90. When the Honnoji Incident occurred in 1582, Nobuzumi was killed in Osaka because his lawful wife was a daughter of Mitsuhide AKECHI.
  91. When the Honoji Incident occurred in 1582, he attacked Nijo-gosho Palace in which Nobutada ODA, a son of Nobunaga, and his vassals had barricaded themselves.
  92. When the Horse Racing Act was promulgated in 1923, it was decided the horse track would be relocated to Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City in 1924, and horse racing was suspended in the same year.
  93. When the Hosokawa clan was weakened because of an internal struggle of power, the Rokkaku clan in Omi Province increased its interference under the pretext of assistance to the Ashikaga clan.
  94. When the Hosokawa family was transferred from the fief of Buzen and Bungo provinces to that of Kumamoto Domain, Higo Province in 1632, Okinaga was given a territory of Thirty thousands Goku crop yields in Tamana and Koshi counties.
  95. When the Hosokawa residence was surrounded by Mitsunari's soldiers, Garasha advised Chiyo, who was the legal wife of the heir, Tadataka HOSOKAWA, and a daughter of Toshiie MAEDA, to run away and Chiyo evacuated to the neighboring Ukita residence where her older sister, Gohime, lived.
  96. When the Ikeda-ya incident happened, Okizawa, who belonged to the troops led by Isami KONDO of Shinsengumi, rushed into Ikeda-ya with them, was seriously injured, and died at a stationing facility of Shinsengumi.
  97. When the Ikedaya Incident broke out, although he was assigned to Toshizo HIJIKATA's platoon and was investigating the movements of the opponents in Yakata area in the Shikoku region, he hastened to Ikedaya Inn in Kyoto to back up Isami KONDO.
  98. When the Ikedaya Incident occurred on July 8, 1864, he was a member of Toshizo HIJIKATA's team (some people think he was in Chuji MATSUBARA's team or Genzaburo INOUE's team), and he was in charge of outdoor defense.
  99. When the Ikedaya Incident occurred on July 8, 1864, he was a member of Toshizo HIJIKATA's team (some people think he was in Genzaburo INOUE's team or Chuji MATSUBARA's team), and he was in charge of outdoor defense.
  100. When the Ikedaya Incident occurred on July 8, 1864, he was a member of Toshizo HIJIKATA's team, and fought bravely inside the building.
  101. When the Ikko sect army began to pursue his withdrawal, the Oda army faced a tough battle and Michimasa HAYASHI was killed.
  102. When the Imperial Court learned in June 672 that Oama no Miko (Emperor Tenmu) raised an army against it, the Court at Omi no miya dispatched messengers to the regional allies, ordering to mobilize troops to suppress.
  103. When the Imperial Court was in short of money, daimyo donated their money asking for an official rank in return and the Imperial Court often issued one which was higher than their family status in return.
  104. When the Imperial Diet actually met, the opposition force called 'minto' (political parties opposing the han-based administration) that was in favor of Jiyu Minken Undo (Movement for Liberty and People's Rights) showed strong resistance.
  105. When the Imperial Diet was established in 1890, he was selected as a member of the House of Peers and also was appointed to the Secretery of the Sumitsu-in or Privy Council.
  106. When the Imperial Diet was first established, 61 of the Chokusen Councilors were selected (27 Genroin gikan [councilors of the Chamber of Elders or Senate], 10 government officials from each ministry, nine ordinary citizens, six representatives from The Japan Imperial Academy, six imperial court councilors and three members from the Cabinet Legislation Bureau).
  107. When the Imperial Diet was founded in the same year, he was one of the 12 members of the governmental committee.
  108. When the Imperial Diet was inaugurated in 1890, he was elected as a member of the House of Peers by Imperial command, and he assumed a post of the Director-General of Cabinet Legislation Bureau in the first Matsukata cabinet that was formed in the following year.
  109. When the Imperial Museums (present, National Museum) were established in Tokyo, Kyoto and Nara in 1889, he became the first chief of the Imperial Museum and served until 1900.
  110. When the Imperial Palace was in Kyoto, it was called 'Naishidokoro'.
  111. When the Imperial Prince Hidehito (the Emperor Gomomozono) was formally installed as Crown Prince, he became Togu Gon no daibu (Provisional Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters).
  112. When the Imperial Rescript was produced, she attained the rank of Jushiijo (the junior fourth rand upper grade), due to her achievement in the year of Mizunoe-Saru (according to the Oriental Zodiac).
  113. When the Imperial army was defeated in a heavy attack of Yoshinaka's army, he fled to Tada-no-sho estate and continued to rebel against Yoshinaka's army 'within castle' of his estate ("Gyokuyo").
  114. When the Imperial sanction for the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan was given, Noritada FUJINAMI in the last days of Tokugawa shogunate, (Junii (Junior Second Rank), Jingi taifu) (1823 - 1891) strongly opposed it with eighty-eight court nobles.
  115. When the Incident at Honno-ji Temple ('Honnoji no hen' in Japanese) occurred, the Saito clan took advantage of the opportunity and changed sides and supported the Uesugi, thereby being ruined by Narimasa SASSA later.
  116. When the Infectious Diseases Prevention Law was established in March 1897, Hibyoin was legally positioned as an infectious disease hospital and was protected by the law, but the name "Hibyoin" had commonly been used for a long time after that.
  117. When the Institute immediately protested against Asada and others, in a short time, a summit meeting was held between Asada and Tatsuya NARAMOTO, the chief director of the Institute and they reached an agreement that the Institute would be returned to the Hall.
  118. When the Ishiyama War broke out against Nobunaga ODA in 1570, he helped his father and fought exhaustively against Nobunaga.
  119. When the Isshiki clan was removed from the post of Wakasa shugo, the Mikata clan followed the Isshiki clan and transferred its base to Minami-Yamashiro and served the lord of castles.
  120. When the Iwai War occurred in the northern Kyushu area during the era of the Emperor Keitai, it was the Mononobe clan which was ordered to suppress the revolt.
  121. When the JR Tozai Line came into operation, this facility was abolished as of the day before the inauguration of the JR Tozai Line because of the short distance from Kyobashi Station (0.5 km in terms of operation kilometers) and the small number of passengers.
  122. When the Japan side insists such historical facts, the Korea side often becomes hostile.
  123. When the Japanese army headed toward Shokusan, the Ming-Korean army drew a defensive line at Han-gang and strengthened its defenses.
  124. When the Japanese army started their advance to Taipei, the military force of the Republic of Formosa, which was mainly composed of mercenaries, fell apart soon, while, in Tainan, Yung-fu LIU commanded military and private soldiers and voluntary armies were formed in various places throughout Taiwan.
  125. When the Japanese military force executed a military operation in order to occupy the former German-leased territory in Shandong Peninsula of China, the military currency for 10 yen, 5 yen, one yen, 50 sen, 20 sen and 10 sen were issued to be used in the occupied territory in September, 1914.
  126. When the Japanese troops were sent to Korea for invasion in 1592, Moritomo stayed at Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province, and in 1594, he made a great achievement in the construction work of Fushimi-jo Castle, which won him 10,000 koku in Mino Province.
  127. When the Jinshin War broke out in 672, Prince Takechi was in Otsukyo in Omi Province.
  128. When the Jinshin War broke out in 672, it is said that Takechimaro observed the war situation from the Wa Province (Yamato Province) as he did not obtain a job grade in the Imperial court.
  129. When the Jinshin War broke out, FUMI no Chitoko had been serving Prince Oama as Toneri (palace servant).
  130. When the Jinshin War broke out, HATA no Yakuni was a shogun of the Omi Imperial Court army among several tens of thousands of soldiers led by YAMABE no Okimi (Prince Yamabe), SOGA no Hatayasu, and KOSE no Hito.
  131. When the Jinshin War broke out, HATSUKASHIBE no Shiki was believed to be in Otsu where Omi no miya was located.
  132. When the Jinshin War broke out, Kanemi was believed to be in Otsu where Omi no miya was located.
  133. When the Jinshin War broke out, Okida was believed to be in Otsu where Omi no miya was located.
  134. When the Jinshin War broke out, Prince Takechi was in Otsukyo in Omi Province living separately from his father who was in Yoshino no miya.
  135. When the Jinshin War broke out, SAKANOUE no Kunimaro seems to have been in Omi no miya in the Omi Province.
  136. When the Jinshin War broke out, Tomose was believed to be in Otsu where Omi no miya was located.
  137. When the Jinshin War broke out, he joined an army with his father as one of tens of thousands of troops led by Yamabe no Okimi (Prince Yamabe), SOGA no Hatayasu and KOSE no Hito (巨勢比等) (also written 巨勢人).
  138. When the Jinshin War broke out, he was serving as a manager of imperial territories in Ahamachi District (now known as Anpachi District), Mino Province.
  139. When the Jinshin War broke out, it appeared that IKAGO no Ahe was in Omi palace.
  140. When the Jinshin War broke out, it seemed that TAMI no Ohi was in Omi palace.
  141. When the Jinshin War broke out, the Prince Otomo (the Emperor Kobun) in Omi no miya sent KUSU no Iwate as an emissary to Tsukushi Province and ordered Kurikuma no Okimi to send his troops to Omi no miya to support the prince.
  142. When the Jinshin War started, AKASOME no Tokotari was near Omi no miya in Omi province.
  143. When the Jinshin War started, FURUICHI no Kuromaro was in Omi no miya in Omi Province.
  144. When the Jinshin War started, Hirosumi was in Omi no miya in Omi Province.
  145. When the Jinshin War started, Prince Oama departed from Yoshino no miya toward the east and ordered Prince Takechi and Prince Otsu to escape from Otsu where Omi no miya located.
  146. When the Jinshin War started, TAKEDA no Daitoku was in Omi no miya in Omi Province.
  147. When the Jinshin War took place in 672, Wakasa no Okimi was in the City of Yamato, and went over to the side of the Prince Oama (the Emperor Tenmu) after OTOMO no Fukei took control of the City of Yamato.
  148. When the Jinshin war broke out, Prince Oama who was in Yoshino no miya palace, didn't have any armed forces, so the Prince first sent envoys to take up arms in Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region) and headed for that direction.
  149. When the Jinshin war started, Prince Oama was in Yoshino no Miya palace and did not possess any military power.
  150. When the Jito (a landlord) office of Kokufu (a provincial capital) was informed about the raid at around six in the afternoon, Sukekuni SO, who was both the Jito of Tsushima Province and the substitute of Shugo (a military governor), Kagesuke SHONI, left for Sasuura through rocky mountains in the dark, with more than 80 horse soldiers.
  151. When the Jiutai sings 'Perform good deeds by reading the Myohorenge-kyo Sutra and through various Buddhist memorial services,' the diver from the previous half appears as ryunyo.
  152. When the Jokyo Disturbance occurred in 1221, although Emperor Tsuchimikado had nothing to do with the incident, he insisted on being deported to Tosa Province after his father, Gotoba-in was sentenced to deportation to a far destination.
  153. When the Jokyu War broke out in 1221, Morito sided with the Imperial Court, was sent to Hokurikudo to confront the shogunate army led by Tomotoki HOJO in Mt. Tonami, Ecchu Province, but was said to be defeated in the battle and killed in action.
  154. When the Jokyu War started in 1221, he opposed the raising of an army by Emperor Gotoba and others.
  155. When the Jokyu war occurred after the death of Yoritomo, Tsunetaka fought for the imperial army, was defeated and killed himself.
  156. When the Jomon period started, ground stone axes were manufactured in addition to the previously mentioned stone axes.
  157. When the Jowa Incident occurred in 842, FUJIWARA no Yoshimi, Yoshifusa's brother, led his guardsmen and surrounded the residence of Imperial Prince Tsunesada.
  158. When the Kageharu NAGAO Rebellion occurred, Tomomasa joined the attack on Yasutsune TOSHIMA together with Dokan OTA, Yoritane CHIBA, etc. in 1477 (Battle of Egota-Numabukurohara).
  159. When the Kageharu NAGAO War broke out, Iezumi switched from the Horikoshi kubo group, with which he had been cooperating until then, to the Koga kubo group.
  160. When the Kakitsu War occurred in 1441, he killed Noriyasu AKAMATSU (the son of Mitsusuke AKAMATSU), who had escaped inside of Ise Province, to show his deference to bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  161. When the Kamakura Shogunate was subverted after the Genko Incident in 1333, he went back to Kyoto, and he also moved to Yoshino in attendance of Godaigo and became Chief Abbot of To-ji Temple and daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order).
  162. When the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) came to power toward the end of the 12th century, some myoshu farmers, especially those in eastern regions, gained positions in the shogunate government and became gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) or were appointed as jito (local landlord).
  163. When the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) fell and the Kenmu Restoration started in 1333, Tokimitsu ISHIKAWA went up to Kyoto and was appointed to Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade, the Imperial Household Secretary by the new government, and Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade, the Master of the Palace Table in 1334.
  164. When the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) had come into power, he was appointed as the first betto (director) of the Mandokoro (Administrative Board), and frequently went back and forth between Kamakura and Kyoto to make and keep the relationship between the Imperial court and the bakufu running smoothly.
  165. When the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was established towards the end of the 12th century, nine provinces in the Kanto region became chigyo-koku provinces of Kamakura-dono (lord of Kamakura), or provincial territories belonged to the Kamakura bakufu.
  166. When the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) went to ruin, he was an In no shitsushi (steward) of Emperor Gofushimi.
  167. When the Kamakura bakufu collapsed, most of Miuchibito also were destroyed or fell with the Hojo family.
  168. When the Kamakura bakufu was established, the benefit of honryoando or sinonkyuyo, or that of goon, was given by Kamakura-dono to gokenin (immediate vassals of the shogunate) in the form that Kamakura-dono appointed them to jito (the managers and lords of manors).
  169. When the Kamakura period came, real political power passed into the hands of warriors from court nobles, and it was difficult to maintain daikyo ryori.
  170. When the Kamakura period came, sappanwood was used for dyeing osode red for women in spite of their court ranks.
  171. When the Kamakura period started and the Zen sect was introduced into Japan, the systematic garan layout was revived; this period saw a garan layout that had a sanmon gate, a Buddha hall and a lecture hall built on a straight line, following the somon gate (the gate at the entrance of a temple).
  172. When the Kamakura shogunate collapsed due to the united actions of anti-bakufu forces in 1333, Emperor Godaigo returned to Kyoto, abolished Emperor Kogon and the era name of Shokyo, and started the Kenmu Restoration.
  173. When the Kamigyo and Simogyo wards were established under Gun-ku-cho-son Henseiho (Act for the Alignment of Local Government Systems), Sanjo-dori Street was used as the boundary between the two wards; Kamigyo Ward was defined as being north of it, and Shimogyo Ward was defined as being south of it.
  174. When the Kanno Disturbance broke out, they took sides with Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA and did not follow Tsunemori KIKKAWA who took sides with Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  175. When the Kanno Disturbance occurred, Takauji ASHIKAGA dispatched his son Motouji ASHIKAGA to Kamakura.
  176. When the Kanno Disturbance occurred, he mobilized an army with Tokiyuki HOJO in Kozuke Province in order to retrieve Kamakura.
  177. When the Kanno Disturbance took place in 1349, Yoshiakira was called to Kyo (Kyoto) from Kamakura instead of Tadayoshi who lived in seclusion, and Motouji ASHIKAGA went to Kamakura from Kyo as Kamakura kubo (Governor-general of the Kanto region) to take over Yoshiakira's position.
  178. When the Kanpyokai and competitions began, everyone predicted that the sake made in old famous brewing districts like Nada and Fushimi would get a high prize.
  179. When the Kanwa incident occurred, he became Kurodo no to (the head chamberlain) and Shuri gon no daibu (a provisional master in the office of palace repairs), and was awarded the rank of Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank Upper Grade) for his contribution to the enthronement of Emperor Ichijo.
  180. When the Kawachi-Genji advanced eastward, MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi founded Tsurugaoka-wakamiya Shrine in Kamakura as a branch shrine of Tsuboi Hachiman-gu Shrine, and this was the precursor of Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  181. When the Keicho-no-eki War started in 1597, he tried again to make overtures of peace to Ming and Korea, but these efforts failed.
  182. When the Keihan Main Line commenced operations, the Daibutsu-mae Station (refer to The Great Buddha of Kyoto regarding derivation of the station's name) was a short distance away.
  183. When the Keihanna Line started operation, a serial number was assigned to each station, including those on the Osaka Municipal Subway Chuo Line (also including the stations in the portion corresponding to the former Higashi-Osaka Line).
  184. When the Keishin Line tracks were moved to Sanjo-dori Street, this station was closed.
  185. When the Kemmu Restoration began, he returned to the position of Naidaijin.
  186. When the Kenmu Restoration failed, he received Shoryo Ando from Takauji ASHIKAGA in August 1336.
  187. When the Kenmu Restoration occurred after the fall of the Kamakura bakufu, Norikuni IMAGAWA, a grandson of Kuniuji, and his sons sided with the Northern Court of Takauji ASHIKAGA and distinguished themselves on the fields of battles and were appointed to shugo (military governors) of two provinces: Suruga and Totomi.
  188. When the Kenmu Restoration started, Kanemitsu concurrently served as Shugo (Military Governor) and kokushi (provincial governors) of Wakasa Province, and Zusho no kami (Director of the Bureau of Drawings and Books), Tosa no kami (Governor of Tosa Province), and Okura no shofu (Junior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of the Treasury) as additional posts.
  189. When the Kidendo became inherited as hereditary learning during the insei period (the period of the government by the retired Emperor), the clans other than those inherit Kidendo became excluded and the students were taught outside the Daigaku-ryo.
  190. When the Kikuchi clan joined the Nitta forces, they cut bamboos from the bamboo grove there and tied them to knives to make spears.
  191. When the King of Baekje discovered the conflicts, he called for Oiwa and Karako to come to the border of Baekje.
  192. When the Kira family relocated their residence to Honsho, she took her chance to leave them and return to her home in Uesugi.
  193. When the Kobusho moved to Ogawa-cho, Kanda in February 1860, exhibition matches were held in the presence of Shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA and the cabinet ministers of the Shogunate including Tairo (Chief Minister) Naosuke Ii at its opening on February 24.
  194. When the Kokyu-gaku is considered, the music includes Honkyoku (Kokyu-specific music) and Gaikyoku (literally, outside music).
  195. When the Korean Dynasty was founded, there was no restriction on entrance ports, and foreigners who visited Korea for trade were allowed to enter any port.
  196. When the Korean Navy, led by Yi Sun-shin, attacked 場門浦 in October 1594, Masanori himself went into the sea and conducted his army, and repelled the enemy force by setting fire to their ships (Seikanroku, or the Record of Subjugation of Korea) (from Chiefs of Staff 'Chosen-eki').
  197. When the Korean War began in June, 1950 and brought a special procurement boom to Japan, the government, who aimed to have a chance to eliminate illegal liquors, decreased the tax of all liquors for the first time since the early Meiji period in December of the same year, 1950.
  198. When the Korean government informed the Japanese legation of the revolt by the traditional army, it requested that the Korean government send their guards to protect the legation.
  199. When the Kosei Line was opened, the local train would run only once an hour between Kyoto Station and Omi-Imazu Station or Nagahara Station; however, with the increase in the residential housing along the line the number of local trains has gradually increased.
  200. When the Kujigata-osadamegaki was enacted, it was partly moderated, but the law system of the Sengoku period was taken over unaltered till the last days of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
  201. When the Kurama Fire Festival is held, the admission is restricted at Demachiyanagi Station for the Eizan Electric Railway because the transportation capacity of the railway and the capacity of Kurama area are limited.
  202. When the Kusuko Incident (the Revolt of Kusuko) occurred, the Empress Princess Asahara and Princess Oyake did not follow Emperor Heizei; instead, they resigned from their positions in May 812.
  203. When the Kusuko Incident broke out in the year 810, both he and FUJIWARA no Saneo warned Retired Emperor Heizei not to raise an army but this was not heeded.
  204. When the Kyoto City Nishikyogoku Comprehensive Sports Park holds matches of the Professional Baseball League or the Japan Soccer League, rapid express trains (called "express" in the schedule of 2001 and before) sometimes temporarily stop at the station.
  205. When the Kyushu Conquest was carried out, Toshiie was put in charge of the defense of the Kinai region (the five provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto) with the troops of 8,000 men (his son Toshinaga took part in the campaign to the Kyushu area.)
  206. When the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties was revised in 2004, art craftworks were added to the candidates for registered tangible folk cultural properties.
  207. When the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties was revised in 2004, the cultural property registration system of the tangible cultural properties (architecture), established in 1996, was expanded and tangible folk cultural properties became subject to registry.
  208. When the Marco Polo Bridge Incident occurred in 1937, Taiwan was regarded as an important resource supply base for Japan to develop the war.
  209. When the Meiji Government organized various sects in 1872, all Risshu sects were incorporated into the Shingon sect because Shingon Risshu sect which was the biggest sect among Risshu sects at that time, originated from the Shingon sect.
  210. When the Meiji government researched the issue status of han bills in 1871, they found that 244 domains (80 percent of all domains), 14 magistrate's offices, and 9 hatamoto issued han bills.
  211. When the Meiji government separated Shinto and Buddhism, many Inari-jinja Shrines chose to worship gods that appear in Japanese mythology, like Ukanomitama no Mikoto, but some became Buddhist temples, that worship Dakiniten.
  212. When the Meiji government was established, the government decided that it should control the Buddhist sects as part of the process of establishing Shinto as the state religion, and tried to prohibit the Jodo Shinshu sect from using any name as other than 'Ikkoshu,' including 'Jodo Shinshu' and 'Montoshu.'
  213. When the Meiji period began, people no longer took interest in tea ceremony which was dismissed as a thing of the past and, in addition, with the great patronage of the Kishu clan being lost, tea ceremony as well as the iemoto system was confronted with a life-or-death crisis.
  214. When the Meiji-14 coup of 1881 occurred, he broke with key government officials.
  215. When the Mikasanomiya Imperial Household was established and took its name from the mountain in 1935, to humble it and show respect for the Mikasanomiya Imperial Household, it was renamed Mt. Wakakusa after mountain burning.
  216. When the Minamoto clan raised an army, he became a Samurai-Daisho of the Taira family and led the army, taking part in various battles with TAIRA no Morizumi and killing OE no Tonari, MINAMOTO no Yoshimoto, and MINAMOTO no Yoshikane.
  217. When the Minamoto clan's Shoguns ended after the third one, Shoguns from regent families or royal Shoguns were installed as puppets and the regent Hojo clan held the real power.
  218. When the Minase family line ended during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States, 1493-1573), the family adopted a son from the Sanjonishi family, who were famous for their waka poetry; therefore, the Minase family also inherited waka poetry skills.
  219. When the Minister of Home Affairs Toshimichi OKUBO drew up a draft of prefectural reorganization in 1876, Okubo consulted with Tsutomu SAKURAI, who was a high-rank official at the Ministry of Home Affairs and came from Tajima Province, about the consolidation of Toyooka Prefecture and Tottori Prefecture.
  220. When the Minister of the Navy, Gonbei Yamamoto, consulted Tsugumichi SAIGO, he replied, "You have no choice but to divert money from other parts of the budget.
  221. When the Miura clan group reached Maruko-gawa River (Sakawa-gawa River), however, they could not move across the river because of the rise of water after a heavy rain.
  222. When the Miyoshi clan declined however, they followed the Oda clan.
  223. When the Mizuno family was forfeited the Fukuyama clan, only the Koba family became the vassal of the Yuki clan and others became ronin (masterless samurai).
  224. When the Modern Nagagi is dressed, the highest point of the boundary between Migoro and Sode is closer to the fingertips than the shoulder joint of the wearer.
  225. When the Mongol invasion of Japan occurred, he went to the front as the Ikokukeigobanyaku (military service imposed to gokenin [immediate vassals of the shogunate] in the Kyushu area by bakufu in order to provide against the invasion of Yuan dynasty), and fought against Yuan (Dynasty) army, however, he got injured and died at the age of 37 on August 16, 1275.
  226. When the Mongol letter reached in January 1268, Masamura who assigned his regency to Tokimune HOJO in March of the same year assumed the post of rensho again to assist Tokimune HOJO, and also held the office of Samurai-dokoro betto (the superior of the Board of Retainers).
  227. When the Monjoin was burnt down in a conflagration in 1177, the Monjoin was, in fact, defunct.
  228. When the Mori clan became subordinate to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, who had seized power after the death of Nobunaga ODA, Hisasuke was ordered to participate in the project to unify the country, which was headed by Hideyoshi and fought on successive fronts across Kyushu.
  229. When the Mori clan began invading Izumo in 1562, Mitoyajjo Castle served as the base for war supplies for the Mori force, as the castle was a strategic point connecting the place in the shade of the mountain and the south side of the mountain.
  230. When the Municipal Government Act became effective in 1889, this area was named Yamashina-mura village, Uji County.
  231. When the Municipal Government Act of Kyoto City came into effect in 1889, Kamigyo Ward became Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  232. When the Muromachi Bakufu was established (in 1338), the Chotei was split into Hokucho (the Northern Court) and Nancho (the Southern Court).
  233. When the Muromachi Government was established, he was appointed to the position of Awaji shugo (the Provincial Constable of Awaji Province) and defeated the Uhara clan of the Southern Court (Tatekawase Battle).
  234. When the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) came into power, Yoshimasa SHIBA became kanrei (shogunal deputy) and his father Takatsune acted as the guardian.
  235. When the Muromachi bakufu was established, Noriuji ISSHIKI and Naouji ISSHIKI became Kyushu Tandai (local commissioners), but since they failed to get a result in war, the Isshiki clan became weaker.
  236. When the Nagao family was granted the family name, UESUGI, the social status of the Nagao family became higher than that of the Takeda family.
  237. When the Nagashima Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers in Nagashima) in Ise Province against Nobunaga ODA arose in 1574, Raitan led the Ikko sect followers in Nagashima.
  238. When the Nagurumi Incident occurred and he was deprived of Nagurumi-jo Castle in Kozuke Province by the lord of Numata-jo Castle, Kuninori INOMATA, who was the vassal of the Hojo clan, he was detained with his mother by the Gohojo clan.
  239. When the Naidaijin learned about this, he became enraged, took Kumoi no Kari to his own mansion and split them up.
  240. When the Nakasendai War broke out the following year, he returned to Kyoto and was appointed Seii-taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") but dismissed after only a short period.
  241. When the Nara Line was a single track, a special schedule was adopted during the New Year holidays, according to which the rapid train stopped at every station between Kyoto Station and Uji Station, and the number of trains traveling to Uji Station was increased.
  242. When the Nenryososhomai system required part of the Fudokoku (emergency grain) to be tithed to the central government, the target of the system was mainly the Nenryoshomai provinces.
  243. When the New Currency Act was promulgated in June 1871, the weight of 1 sen (monme) was set at 3.756574 grams at first, and then in October of the same year, it was reset at 3.756521 grams, so the weight of 1 ryo became 37.56521 grams.
  244. When the New Frontier Party was dissolved, she chose to change her political affiliation to the New Heiwa Party, and then to the New Komeito Party.
  245. When the New Year came, Higekuro finally allowed Tamakazura, who spent her days in mourning, to serve at the Imperial palace, and she made a splendid entrance.
  246. When the Nihon Ki-in's rule was revised in 1989, the idea was succeeded through the regulation 'forbidding to take back the same ko in the judgment of life-and-death' after the game is finished.
  247. When the Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake occurred in 2004, he visited the disaster-stricken area by helicopter of the Japan Self-Defense Forces.
  248. When the Nippon Origami Association and Japan Origami Academic Society were established in Japan, origami groups formed in countries including the US and the UK, allowing origami fans to deepen exchanges with each other.
  249. When the Northern Court recaptured Kyoto, the Southern Court evacuated and Emperor Kogon (father), Emperor Komyo (uncle), Emperor Suko (brother) and Crown Prince, Imperial Prince Naohito were taken away to Yoshino.
  250. When the Northern and Southern courts were unified by Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, Taketomo made peace with Ryoshun and returned to Higo Province in 1392.
  251. When the Nosenkata collected the tax and stored it in its warehouse, it sent the government a 'Uketori' (receipt).
  252. When the Oda army attacked Kizu, the Hongan-ji Temple army kicked back to repel it with over 10,000 of soldiers, invading close to the Tenno-ji Temple fortress.
  253. When the Oei War broke out in 1399, Josho reportedly sided with his lord Yoshimasa SHIBA, Owari no kuni Shugo (the phrase '昔爾祖合戦泉堺、蓋代之功、殆百年耳' was added to Josho's portrait).
  254. When the Okubo Nagayasu incident occurred, Nagayasu OKUBO had already died and been buried.
  255. When the Old Shogunate army led by Takeaki ENOMOTO surrendered at Goryokaku in May 18, 1869, Denshutai also surrendered and demobilized.
  256. When the Omi Court army was badly defeated at the Battle of Seta Bridge (Karahashi-cho, Otsu City, Siga Prefecture) on August 23, Prince Otomo killed himself on August 24 the next day and the battle converged.
  257. When the Onin War (1467-1477) broke out, he protected diaries of his father, Kaneyoshi, from fires caused by the war.
  258. When the Onin War broke out in 1467, Masamoto who was in center of the Kuge society unexpectedly became a living witness to the fall of the Kuge class following the war.
  259. When the Onin War broke out, Yoshinobu's father Yoshizane KIRA left Kyoto for Mikawa Province on June 28, 1467, chasing Yoshifuji KIRA of the Tojo Kira clan who began to attack Yoshizane's fief in Mikawa.
  260. When the Onin War ended, Yoshinobu actively developed an association with court nobles including Masaie KONOE along with his father Yoshizane, so the name of Noshinobu frequently appeared in "Gohokoinki" (Diary of Masaie KONOE).
  261. When the Onin War erupted, he evacuated to Omi Province along with his friend Togen Zuisen and resided at Shikiroan of Eigen-ji Temple (Higashi-Omi City) while being embraced by Sanezumi OGURA, a local ruling family.
  262. When the Onin War happened in 1467, Yoshitada went to Kyoto along with 1,000 horse soldiers, after he consulted Masatomo ASHIKAGA, Horigoe kubo.
  263. When the Onin War started, the above situation resulted in Gekokujo (revolt of vassals against their lords) which quickly began in Echizen Province where the Shiba clan was serving as Shugoshiki.
  264. When the Onin no Ran (Onin Rebellion) broke out in 1467, his father, Mochikiyo, was assigned as part of the East forces commanded by Katsumoto HOSOKAWA that attacked Kyoto.
  265. When the Onin war broke out in 1467, Shigeyori joined West squad.
  266. When the Order of the Golden Kite was instituted in 1890, the grades other than the medals for merit was founded to be especially bestowed on soldiers.
  267. When the Ordinances of the School System of 1886 was established by the first Minister of Education Arinori MORI in 1886, Kyoikurei was abolished.
  268. When the Otate War which was a succession dispute of the Uesugi clan broke out in June 1578, Ujikuni departed for the front of Echigo together with Ujiteru to assist Kagetora UESUGI as a representative of his older brother Ujimasa who responded to the requirement of reinforcement by a younger brother Kagetora.
  269. When the Otomo clan was defeated in the Battle of Mimi-kawa and the Shimazu clan gained power, Soshitsu who was close to the Otomo clan became afraid that his privileges would be taken away by the Shimazu clan so that he met the then ruler of the country Nobunaga ODA to gain protection from him.
  270. When the Ouchi force advanced too far into the territory of the Amago clan, their lines of supply and defence were cut off.
  271. When the Oyomi troop finally killed INUKAI no Ikimi and TANI no Shiote the next day, Prince Otomo committed suicide in Yamamae.
  272. When the Pacific War broke out, the total cultivation area of citrus decreased due to expansion of food production, and orchards were ruined because of the shortages of materials and workforce.
  273. When the Pacific War escalated the duraion of school was shortened by half a year to two and a half years in 1942 and 1943 as a temprary measure during emergency, and from the class entering in 1943 the term was officially shortened to two years by a legal amendment.
  274. When the Peerage Law was enacted, Munemoto DATE of Sendai Domain and Munee DATE of Uwajima Domain were both conferred a rank of count.
  275. When the Peerage Law was enforced, he was conferred the title of count in 1884.
  276. When the People's Republic of China was founded, walls were demolished in most cities to make way for the expansion of city areas or as a result of criticism for blocking modernization, but the walls are preserved in some cities, such as Xian City and Pingyao.
  277. When the Prince Oama waged war against the Prince Otomo (the Emperor Kobun) in June 672, the Prince Otomo ordered Takasaka no Okimi, the officer to guard the City of Yamato (the old capital in Asuka) while the master was away, to raise an army.
  278. When the Prince Shotoku died in 622, with the permission of the Empress Suiko, TACHIBANA no Ooiratsume ordered Uneme (the ancient court hostess) to make the Tenjukoku Mandara Shucho (tapestries with embroideries representing Tenjuku paradise, also called Tenjukoku Shucho).
  279. When the Prince decided to raise an army and set off Yoshino on June 24, FUMI no Atai Chitoko was one of more than twenty men who followed the Princ
  280. When the Prince was nine years old, his father, Emperor Nijo died.
  281. When the Qing dynasty replaced the Ming dynasty, it forced the Korean dynasty to perform the courtesy of "nine kowtows" to strengthen the relationship under the vassal system.
  282. When the Rebellion of Akita-jo Castle Area occurred in 878, he accompanied ONO no Harukaze and left for the area.
  283. When the Restoration ended in 1336, he remained on the side of Emperor Kogen in the Northern Court and became a worker at the Fumidono (the retired emperor's Documents Bureau).
  284. When the Retired Emperor Gomizunoo became a priest, he played the role of baishi (a priest who chanted Buddhist liturgical chant), and had an intimate relationship with the retired emperor thereafter as well.
  285. When the Retired Emperor Gouda restarted insei under the control of the Emperor Godaigo, he became Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) and denso (messenger to Emperor) in 1319.
  286. When the Retired Emperor Heizei attempted to escape from Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) to the Ise Province at the time of the Kusuko Incident, he and FUJIWARA no Kadonomaro held back the Retired Emperor's palanquin and remonstrated at the risk of his life.
  287. When the Retired Emperor Shirakawa visited Mt. Koya in 1088, he opened the door of Miei-do hall (a hall dedicated to the sect's founder) at the behest of the Retired Emperor.
  288. When the Retired Emperor asked 'who is it?,' there was an answer; 'it is Toru,' and then Miyasundokoro was released, but had already died.
  289. When the Retired Emperor of the Northern Court was deprived of the Shohei no itto by the Southern Court, Doyo supported the Emperor Gokogon, reestablishing the Northern Court and strengthening the power of shogunate.
  290. When the Retired Emperor side was defeated by Emperor Goshirakawa, he entered the priesthood (his homyo - a Buddhist name given to a person who died or had entered the priesthood - was Renjo) to demonstrate his allegiance, however, he was not acquitted and was banished to Echigo Province.
  291. When the Ritsuryo codes were abolished in the Meiji Restoration, the court rank system continued in Daijokan (Grand Council of State) for a while. (Shokyui [Senior Ninth Rank] and Jukyui [Junior Ninth Rank] were established instead of Daishosoi [Greater and Lesser Initial Rank] on August 20 1869 according to the old calendar.)
  292. When the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on ritsuryo code) began to dissolve around the ninth-tenth century, some farmers amassed wealth by cultivating rice fields which they rented from others.
  293. When the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) was introduced later, clothing accessories came to officially show a difference of social status and class mainly in the government-regulated organization, facility, etc.
  294. When the Ritsuryo system was established in Japan, the medals for merit was called 'the order of merit,' which ranged over 12 orders from the First Order of Merit to the Twelfth Order of Merit.
  295. When the Rokkaku clan fell into decline toward the end of the Sengoku period, the Ogawa clan became vassals of the Azai clan, but seem to have lost their status as the lord of the castle.
  296. When the Rokujo estate was completed, she started to live in the winter quarter, and because of that, she is also called the 'Lady of Winter.'
  297. When the Russo-Japanese War broke out in 1904 (表記の変更), he was appointed the Managing Director of the Second Army (Japanese Army), which was a newly created position.
  298. When the Russo-Japanese War broke out in February, 1904, all tondenhei were out of active service, on the verge of becoming kobihei soldiers.
  299. When the Russo-Japanese War broke out, he opposed the start of the war from his political standpoint that emphasized a balanced budget plan and defense-centric armaments.
  300. When the Sadaijin served as Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor), however, the Udaijin (Minister of the Right) became the Kurodo no betto.
  301. When the Saiko family joined the Urin family, the family name was changed to Takamatsu.
  302. When the Sakuhei Gate Incident took place, and Aizu Domain, which served as Kyoto shugoshoku (Military governor of Kyoto), raided on the house of Shinbei TANAKA, a suspected mastermind of the incident, Kagenori NIRE, who met with Shinbei TANAKA, and his servant Taro were arrested and detained.
  303. When the Sanmon (abbreviation of Sanmon-ha, a school of Tendai Sect with its head temple at Mt. Hiei) side came to Kyoto carrying a mikoshi (a portable miniature shrine), Yoriyuki blocked their goso (an aggressive tactic used by monks to intimidate persons of power to acquiesce to their demands in the name of a religious authority represented by mikoshi) by securing the Imperial Palace.
  304. When the Sanze-isshin Law (promoting reclamation) was put into effect, Gyoki became involved in irrigation projects and the construction of the Great Buddha statue in Todai-ji Temple mentioned above.
  305. When the Satsuma army fled to the Ueki area, their heavy line of defense at Tabaru Slope fell.
  306. When the Second Ito cabinet was established in 1892, he was appointed a Minister of Foreign Affairs by Hirobumi ITO.
  307. When the Seinan War broke out in 1877, Kuroda traveled to Kagoshima by sea in February and secured the area before retreating to Nagasaki.
  308. When the Seinan War broke out, he rallied his former subordinates and headed for Kyushu.
  309. When the Seinan War came to an end, the privileges of the warrior class were denied clearly, and the downfall of the warrior class was determined.
  310. When the Sengoku Period (period of warring states) started later on (in Japan), economic measures like Rakuichi-Rakuza (free markets and open guilds) were taken under the daimyo-ryogoku system (the system where daimyos controlled feudal domains) by those including daimyos (Japanese territorial lords) and, as a result, the number of Kugonin rapidly decreased.
  311. When the Sengoku clan, the former ruler of Shinano area, was transferred to Izushi of Tajima Province, bringing Shinano soba with them, Izushi Soba (buckwheat noodles) was born.
  312. When the Sengoku period started, spears introduced around the same time became the main weapon used by mounted warriors, and also listed as must-have items for a military service.
  313. When the Senju Nenbutsu (the Single-Minded Recitation of the Nenbutsu) was threatened to be prohibited in the Kanto region in 1303, Yuizen went down to Kanto to protect it.
  314. When the Shibi Chudai (the office handled the principal Empress Komyo's affairs) was established in 749, he started to support Nakamaro as a daihitsu (undersecretary), and shortly after that, he was ennobled as a Sangi (councilor) although he was already 61 years old.
  315. When the Shiki-jo Castle side sent a group of soldiers to receive Kiyomasa's representatives, Kiyomasa's troops suddenly attacked and massacred them, and took up a position giving a gleeful chuckle.
  316. When the Shimabara Rebellion took place in 1637, he was busily engaged in dispatching arrangements of troops and negotiations with Bakufu and other Domains by the order of Tadatoshi HOSOKAWA, the lord of the Domain, and went into battle leading his own troops of over 3,700 soldiers in the battle of the Hara-jo Castle.
  317. When the Shimizudani family, also a branch family of the Saionji family, ended, Saneaki inherited the territory and temporarily used the family name, Shimizudani.
  318. When the Shimotsuki Disturbance (internal strife among Kamakura shogunate retainers) occurred in 1285, which led to the destruction of the Adachi clan, Yorikage escaped the incident unscathed.
  319. When the Shinsengumi was formally employed as a group of mercenaries by the shogunate on June 10, 1867, Higuma's name was included in a record as a Hira-doshi (common soldier).
  320. When the Shinsengumi was reorganized in December 1864, he joined the Seventh Cannon Unit led by Chuji MATSUBARA, and he worked with Sanosuke HARADA and killed Kichigoro FUJISAKI, who was from Tosa Province, at the Sanjo-ohashi Bridge Noticeboard Incident in 1866 and was granted an award of 15 ryo.
  321. When the Shinsengumi was reorganized in December 1864, he joined the Seventh Cannon Unit led by Chuji MATSUBARA, but his whereabouts after that is unknown.
  322. When the Shirakawa family came to inherit the position of Jingikan in the mid-Heian period the descendants of ONAKATOMI no Kiyomaro came to inherit the positions of Jingikan and Ise Saishu.
  323. When the Shishigatani Incident occurred, Shigemori stood up to Kiyomori's attempt to incarcerate Emperor Goshirakawa; therefore, politically speaking, Shigemori was close to the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa.
  324. When the Sho clan, the royal family of Chuzan (the middle mountain), unified the Sanzan (Three Mountains) and established the Ryukyu Kingdom in 1492, they received an official seal from the Ming court of China.
  325. When the Shoei Itto (temporal unification of the Northern and Southern courts) became abolished, he mobilized an army with his younger brother Yoshimune and his male cousin, Yoshiharu WAKIYA, under the order of Imperial Prince Muneyoshi in 1352.
  326. When the Shohei itto (reunification of the Shohei era) broke out, he quelled the confusion in the imperial court, exhorted Yoshimoto NIJO in despair, and planned to support Emperor Gokogon.
  327. When the Shokei is referred to in connection with important events for the Imperial Court such as Daijosai (first ceremonial offering of rice by newly-enthroned Emperor) and Kamo Festival, he worked as the director and ran such events.
  328. When the Shonai Domain surrendered in September, he was escorted to Edo in December.
  329. When the Showa period began, Tenshu started to be restored or constructed, mainly for the purpose of regional developments.
  330. When the Siege of Osaka occurred, she supported her daughter-in-law, Senhime, her younger sister, Joko-in, and many of her own waiting maids to escape from the castle.
  331. When the Sino-Japan war started before long, crackdowns on communism and socialism were strengthened, and liberalism also oppressed.
  332. When the Sino-Japanese War broke out in 1937, the supply of rice and sake to be sent to soldiers at war created chaos in the rice market.
  333. When the Sino-Japanese war became intensified, the amount of whale meat to be brought back to Japan was increased due to the request of increasing the amount of food available, and a large-scaled refrigerator ship was introduced for the first time in Japan.
  334. When the Sonno Joi party (the anti-foreigner Royalists) centered around the Choshu-han Clan lost their case upon the political change on August 18, Yoshinobu went to Kyoto again in order to participate in a meeting jointly held by the party trying to unite the nobles and samurai (Kobu Gattai) and the party assisting the Shogunate (Sabaku).
  335. When the South Court tried to take control of Kyoto - Shohei itto (temporal unification of the Northern and Southern Courts) - Takatsune assisted Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA in recapturing Kyoto.
  336. When the Southern Court side, including Masatsura KUSUNOKI, lost the Battle of Shijonawate against KO no Moronao in 1348, he escaped from Yoshino to Ano (Gojo City, Nara Prefecture.)
  337. When the Sue clan ruined the Ouchi clan, the Otomo clan supported the Sue clan and acquired also Buzen and Chikuzen.
  338. When the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code) was established and a bureaucratic organization was organized in 701 after the construction of the capital (Fujiara-kyo), where administration resided by Yamato kingship in 694, many officials from the officials of the Kyushu dynasty were re-employed for required positions.
  339. When the Taiho Ritsuryo Code was enacted in 701, Zogushiki (Office of Making and Mending Palaces) was established, and in 708, Zogushiki was raised to Zogusho.
  340. When the Taika Hakusorei was issued, junshi and junso of people and horses were also prohibited.
  341. When the Taira clan decided to leave Kyoto while under attacks by MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka in 1183, Koremori felt uneasy to make his wife who was used to Miyako (Kyoto) to die with him in western countries from Kinki district and left his wife and child in Miyako to travel west along with his followers.
  342. When the Taira clan perished in the Battle of Dannoura, he was captured by his enemies along with his father and brothers and was left in the custody of Shigefusa KAWAGOE, to be executed by sword at Rokujogawara in Kyoto.
  343. When the Taira clan was destroyed and Yoritomo assumed power, Yoritomo fully trusted Yoshiyasu because of the family relationship.
  344. When the Taira clan was finally defeated by the Minamoto army in the Battle of Dannoura, she threw herself into the sea holding Emperor Antoku, her maternal grandson, in her arms, telling him that there was a paradise under the sea ("Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of Heike)).
  345. When the Taira clan was pushed into an inferior position by an ambush by the Minamoto clan, Atsumori who was riding a horse tried to escape to a ship.
  346. When the Taira clan was pushed out of Kyoto by the force of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka (1183), Emperor Antoku escaped to the west with the Taira clan and a new Emperor was needed.
  347. When the Taira family fled the capital in 1183, Yoshikiyo's troops surrounded Kyoto along with MINAMOTO no Yukiie and Yukitsuna TADA, and after making a battle formation from Tanbaji (Tanba road) to Mt. Oe, they tracked down the Taira family from the west of the city and entered Kyoto with Yoshinaka's army in July.
  348. When the Taira family lost the battle with MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka in 1183, FUJIWARA no Hoshi fled from Kyoto with Shigehira, her husband.
  349. When the Taira family was destroyed at the Battle of Dan no Ura in 1185, he was sent to the capital as a captive, whereupon he was judged and condemned to exile in Bicchu Province.
  350. When the Taira family was exiled from Kyoto in 1183, he directed the people of Bungo Province such as Koreyoshi OGATA to search out and conquer the Taira clan in accordance with the command from the retired emperor.
  351. When the Taira family was exiled from Kyoto in 1183, the Rokuhara yakata was burned down.
  352. When the Taira family was fading and was forced to leave the capital after Kiyomori's death, Morikuni followed suit.
  353. When the Taira family went into decline and the Minamoto clan took control of the government, Taro Narimichi KANZAKI, son of Kaneshige willingly became gokenin (immediate vassal) of the Kamakura bakufu and became the feudal lord of Takae and Akune again.
  354. When the Takeda clan was extinguished, the Atobe clan, a branch family of the Kai-Takeda clan served as shugodai until the Sengoku period, and became a vassal of the Tokugawa clan betraying the master family.
  355. When the Takeda clan's legal son Yoshinobu was disinherited due to Takeda Yoshinobu Incident, he became the heir, and in 1573, he took over as head of the family as the result of Shingen's death.
  356. When the Tang army led by So Teiho attacked Shibi, the capital of Kudara (Paekche) in this year, Rui Jinki made a great performance by capturing Uija and destroying Kudara.
  357. When the Tempo Famine occurred in 1832, he worked hard to it, however, he died on April 23, 1835, in the middle of the famine.
  358. When the Tenchu-gumi incident occurred in 1863, he guarded the outside of the Imadegawa Gomon of the Imperial Palace.
  359. When the Tenguto no Soran (Rebellion of Tenguto) occurred, he went back to Shizuku for investigation upon the request by Ito, and when it ended, he did not remain there but returned to Edo.
  360. When the Tenmei Famine occurred in 1784, the Sendai Domain used this Famine as an opportunity and petitioned the bakufu to grant a permission to mint the Sendai Domain's own currency in order to save people in the domain's territory, and the domain received the permission to mint their own currency called Sendai Tsuho.
  361. When the Three Local New Laws were enacted, the Seinan War had drawn to its close, but peasants' uprisings were occurring frequently and the Jiyu Minken Undo (Movement for Liberty and People's Right) was growing.
  362. When the Tokaido Shinkansen line started its operation in 1964, Kintetsu took the strategies of nurturing its limited express network as a route for cultivating the Shinkansen line and of luring passengers arriving at Osaka, Kyoto or Nagoya on the Shinkansen line to the sight-seeing spots along its railway lines.
  363. When the Tokugawa Shogun family was not blessed with a son to become the next Shogun, the Owari Tokugawa family along with two other Tokugawa Gosanke families held a right to nominate the successor of the Shogun from their families.
  364. When the Tokugawa Shogunate terminated in 1868, Tadazumi SAKAI, lord of Shonai Domain, returned to his home domain, and Rintaro followed him.
  365. When the Tokugawa clan was affiliated with the Toyotomi clan, he was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and appointed to work at the Ministry of Central Affairs.
  366. When the Tokugawa clan was shifted to Kanto by the Toyotomi government, gozoku in Shinano also moved to Kanto.
  367. When the Tokugawa shogunate employed samurai on July 11, 1867, he was also employed as a hidadoshi (regimental soldier), but he eventually escaped from the corps no later than December 1867.
  368. When the Tokugawa shogunate employed samurai on July 11, 1867, he was also employed as a hidadoshi (regimental soldier).
  369. When the Tokugawa took control of the government, most of the families derived from these 'seven spears', except for the Wakisaka clan, faced hardships, including dispossession of their territories by the government in an effort to destroy the families.
  370. When the Tokuyama domain was abolished, the former retainers of the lord family was astonished by the unexpected development of the incident, and disputed the situation between the hard-liners and soft-liners.
  371. When the Tosho first appeared, it mainly contained notes or explanations, then, it changed its role significantly from the column for explanations or notes for entry words below to the column for supplementary information.
  372. When the Toyotomi clan extinguished, Masanori who also abandoned the family name of Hashiba, had no choice, but to offer his allegiance to the bakufu.
  373. When the Toyotomi government began falling off, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and territorial lords started to construct large-scale, decorative Tenshu, including Tokugawa Nagoya-jo Castle and Himeji-jo Castle, which surpassed Toyotomi Osaka-jo Castle.
  374. When the Tozai Line was opened to traffic (when the aboveground section of the Keihan Keishin Line was discontinued) in 1997, the Kujoyama and Hinooka stations were discontinued.
  375. When the Trademark Law became effective in the same year, he changed their original brand name from 'honmare' to 'Kikumasamune' and registered it.
  376. When the Uchiwa fan is affixed to the front door, it is believed to protect the family member from illnesses which would prevail in the summer (Karasu Uchiwa (crow fans) distributed by Okunitama-jinja Shrine in Fuchu City Tokyo).
  377. When the Uesugi clan was transferred to Aizu in 1598, he was granted territory of 15,000 koku in Omori by Kagekatsu.
  378. When the Ukita family was dismissed and deprived of position, privileges and properties after the Battle of Sekigahara, he escaped and came to Sanuki Province, and became the first chief priest of Sairen-ji Temple there.
  379. When the Wakasa Takeda clan collapsed in the Azuchi Momoyama period, it was handed down to Yusai HOSOKAWA (called Yusai), through Nobunao TAKEDA (called Kyushosai), who was a relative of Yusai (see below).
  380. When the Wakasho Agency was established, 11 Yoryudo (clerks), including the anthologists, and the kaigo (post) MINAMOTO no Ienaga, were chosen, and the ex-emperor Gotobain was deeply involved in the work, such as in choosing poems.
  381. When the War of Zenshu UESUGI broke out in 1416, Iezumi's father Mitsuzumi IWAMATSU took the side of Iezumi's maternal grandfather (opinions are divided on this relationship) Zenshu (Ujinori) UESUGI, and in 1417, Iezumi's father was hunted down and executed by the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  382. When the War of Zenshu UESUGI happened in 1416, he protected Mochiuji ASHIKAGA who was the Kamakura kubo (Governor-general of the Kanto region) and took flight from Kamakura escaping from Zenshu UESUGI's attack.
  383. When the War of Zenshu UESUGI occurred, Michikage's son Michifusa supported Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, the then-Kamakura kubo, and gained a territory near the Baba-jo Castle (later Mito-jo Castle) owned by the Baba clan, a family of the Daijo clan who sided with Zenshu and fell.
  384. When the Western Army lost at Sekigahara, he and Nobuyuki SANADA, his daughter's husband, begged for the lives of Masayuki SANADA and his son Nobushige SANADA, who had taken sides with the Western Army.
  385. When the Winter Campaign of the Siege of Osaka happened, Kunimatsu entered the Osaka-jo Castle together with Jokoin in order to avoid investigation as the illegitimate child of Hideyori.
  386. When the Yamato Dynasty expanded its power in the Nara Basin, local kingdoms in Kitakinki showed allegiance to the Yamato Dynasty, making Kitakinki the north entrance of Yamato Dynasty.
  387. When the Yamato Dynasty ruled the Nara Basin and the Kawachi side, that area (later Kinki and Kinai regions) was also called Yamato.
  388. When the Yamauchi clan entered the Tosa Province, retainers and followers of the Chosokabe clan, which had ruled the Tosa Province by then, were designated as Goshi, and retainers of the Yamauchi clan from the early age as Joshi; this is the beginning of this classification.
  389. When the Yanaginobanba main temple was destroyed by fire during the Onin War, the former branch temple Toji-in became the main temple.
  390. When the Yokozuna Akinori ASASHORYU raised his fists in triumph on the sumo ring where his victory had been decided, he commented 'I have long had the honor of seeing sumo, but I have never seen such a Yokozuna.'
  391. When the Yoshitsune's army and Yoshinaka's army faced each other at the Yodo-gawa River, Takatsuna on Ikezuki and Kagesue on Surusumi tried to go into the river to be the first to tackle the enemy.
  392. When the ZIP code system was introduced 1968, however, Minami Ward was assigned the ZIP code '601' to distinguish the ward from Shimogyo Ward; when the seven digit ZIP code system was introduced in 1998, the ward's ZIP code changed to '601-xxxx.'
  393. When the Zen master hears this, he tells about various stories of Gosho (baggage of evil manners) that have been handed down.
  394. When the Zen monks were building these gardens in the backyards inside large Buddhist temples, the thought of Zen Buddhism, art, and culture from the Asian Continent, were introduced together with the tradition of Japanese gardens.
  395. When the Zuryomei was given by a lord, written appointment to a government service called kanto no kakidashi, zuryo no kakidashi, kantojo or the like was issued, which was respected as an honor representing a social status and fame of samurai family.
  396. When the above are considered, some current researchers think that Yoshimune did not understand the risk hedge characteristic of the futures market at the time.
  397. When the above is spit out and left as it is, wild yeast ferments sugar and create alcohol.
  398. When the absolute god-emperor ceased to exist after the war, the spirits of the war dead became the object to be appeased.
  399. When the accusation was proved groundless, the bakufu ordered the two to commit harakiri, but Ienobu pleaded with the bakufu to save their lives, saying that he would like to have them spared because they had served for him, although temporarily, and the sentence was reduced to banishment.
  400. When the agar is dissolved, add sugar and bean jam in the pan (in some cases, also add powdered arrowroot mixed with a little water) and heat it to a boil again.
  401. When the ailing Emperor ordered his servants to discuss his becoming a devout believer in Buddhism in April 587, Moriya and Katsumi opposed it.
  402. When the anti-shogunate movement (Genko War) was caused by the group of Emperor Godaigo, Takanao moved from place to place to fight as one of major captains of the bakufu army.
  403. When the anti-shogunate movement against the Kamakura bakufu spread to Kyushu, he strived to suppress it.
  404. When the anti-shogunate movement by the Emperor Godaigo developed into the Genko War in 1333, which was in the late Kamakura period, Koretoki ASO received ryoji (an order) from the Imperial Prince Morinaga and cooperated with Takauji ASHIKAGA to attack Rokuhara Tandai (an administrative and judicial agency in Rokuhara, Kyoto).
  405. When the aristocrats play the music of Geishoui (feathered dress with a rainbow skirt) together.
  406. When the army anchored at Shirakata no tsu (Bay of Shirakata) in Naniwa Province (near present-day Higashi Osaka City. There was a bay at that time), Nagasunehiko had been waiting for the landing of Kamuyamatoiwarebiko with his army.
  407. When the army arrived at Hieda on the way to Nara, Fukei heard that a large army was coming from Kochi Province, so he sent three troops for it.
  408. When the army of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro attempted to escape to Omi Province, Itaji and KUSAKABE no Komaro of Yamashiro Province went ahead of the FUJIWARA's army via Tawara-michi Road and came to Omi Province, burning out Setabashi Bridge and dampening their enthusiasm.
  409. When the army of Nitta invaded into Kamakura, Takatoki retreated to Kasaigayatsu Tosho-ji War at the ancestral temple of Hojo family.
  410. When the army of South Korea was dispatched to Vietnam, they issued their military currency that could be used there; the British Armed Forces also issued their military currency that could be used in British military bases throughout the world.
  411. When the army of bakufu invaded in Kyoto, Shigetada hurried to the Imperial Palace along with FUJIWARA no Hideyasu and Taneyoshi MIURA and others for the last battle, but the gate of the Imperial Palace was firmly closed and the Retired Emperor Gotoba literally turned them away at the door.
  412. When the army reached Oshisaka, Yasotakeru (numerous fighters) of Tsuchigumo were waiting for them.
  413. When the arrows hit the targets, it is believed that gokoku (the five cereals: similes of harvest) are promised for abundant grain harvests, and wishes come true.
  414. When the aspect of the signal (the 1st home signal) in the Yamashina Station, which is located ahead the first block signal, is 'stop' (the red light is on), the aspect of the first block signal indicates 'speed restriction' (yellow + yellow) are lit).
  415. When the atmosphere becomes unstable, for example, due to a passage of a cold front, a Kara Bran is generated triggered by a local gust, such as a downburst or a gust front.
  416. When the attacked was a warrior and was attacked in Bureiuchi without resisting the attacker, he was punished severely as an 'imprudent person' since he was expected to be a soldier who worked for the protection of the nation and to conquer outside enemies (military and police power).
  417. When the attic is a closed space, a ventilation hatch is opened, and when the attic is an accessible space or is vaulted, features such as windows and balconies may be installed.
  418. When the average crop of unhulled rice was 1 Sho (1.8 liters) per 3.3 square meters, it was equivalent to 3 Koku (30 To = 300 Sho, or about 541 liters) per tan.
  419. When the bakufu actually told Nagahiro Daigaku ASANO to be held to Hiroshima Domain on August 11, the hope for the restoration was thwarted.
  420. When the bakufu found this out, they did not allow Masanori to take part in a campaign of the Eastern Camp, and ordered him to remain as Edo rusuiyaku (a person representing the master during his absence).
  421. When the bakufu opposed the Imperial Court in the Jokyu War, which happened after Yoritomo's death, Masako HOJO spoke to the gathered gokenin as follows.
  422. When the bakufu requested the Okura to disburse from its deposit, an official payment order was issued by the Mandokoro and jointly signed by the Kurabugyo.
  423. When the bakufu signed the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan without permission of the Imperial Court, Shungaku came to the castle with Nariaki TOKUGAWA for protest and was suspended at home for going to the Castle untimely.
  424. When the bank was reorganized into a joint-stock company, he worked concurrently as a managing director which was considered as the head of the organization.
  425. When the bark of Aquilaria trees in the family Thymelaeaceae (Latin name: Aquilaria agallocha), native to southeast Asia, is damaged by wind and rain, disease, pests, etc., they secrete a resin inside the damaged area to protect the heartwood.
  426. When the beads flew in all directions at the time of Princess Fuse's suicide, the letters on the beads turned into 7humanity, justice, courtesy, wisdom, loyalty, sincerity, filial piety, and obedience7 again.
  427. When the bearer reported this to the Emperor, he became angry and killed Ashikamino kamami wakenomiko for being rude to their father.
  428. When the birth of an Imperial Prince or Princess was approaching, court ladies serving the expecting mother tightly did their hair and dressed all in white.
  429. When the birth rate and population was decreasing, the important factor in production was labor.
  430. When the blood lineage of the Wakebe clan was discontinued after the former domain lord Yoshitake WAKEBE died young without heir, Nobumasa was adopted to succeed to the Wakebe clan in 1667 because he was a relative of Yoshitaka on the mother's side.
  431. When the boat returning from Empress Jingu's sankan-gaisei (campaign for the three Korean kingdoms) tried to head to Nanba and could not go straight, they returned to Muko no minato Port (Kobe Port) to do some fortune-telling.
  432. When the body is laid to rest, a sword is laid on the chest of the body as an amulet.
  433. When the both tallied, the state of emergency was confirmed and the gate was closed.
  434. When the bottom of the dough roasts to the extent that a thin skin is beginning to form on the surface, turn it over with a special tool which looks like an eyeleteer (a bodkin).
  435. When the boy died of disease in April of this year, Ajari stayed close beside the body for days, and he went mad, eating the flesh and licking the bones, till at last he had eaten up everything.
  436. When the branch family of a daimyo had more than ten thousands koku (approximately 1.8 million liters of crop yield) in the territory given as shindenbunchi, the branch family might be called XX Shinden-han (domain).
  437. When the brave man came closer, Kujira whipped his horse quickly.
  438. When the bride wears Wafuku for a wedding reception, it is usually Furisode.
  439. When the brine that forms has risen to above the fish as a result of the volume of the solid part of the fish having been reduced, which causes an unpleasant odor to be emitted, the funa is removed from the barrel.
  440. When the brothers come on stage, narabi daimyo (the actors who dressed as daimyo and sit among the audience) call out 'Arya, Korya, Dekee (Dokkoi).'
  441. When the brothers of Tsunefusa YOSHIDA and Mitsunaga and Sadanaga KUJO became Sanji kentai holder in the late twelfth century, Tadachika NAKAYAMA wrote as follows.
  442. When the building described immediately above is added to the four above, they are called 'the five kakus in Kyoto.'
  443. When the building described immediately above is added to the three above, they are called 'the four kakus in Kyoto.'
  444. When the building of a ship is complete, the master builder holds a ceremony to worship Funadama.
  445. When the building was facing the threat of demolition, the third sector, 'Kurokabe,' a joint venture of Nagahama City and eight local private companies, was established in 1988, holding up the museum city concept to preserve and renovate the old buildings in the old town area.
  446. When the burglar attempted to shoot them, they drew their swords and killed him.
  447. When the bushi became kaihatsu-ryoshu and formed the 'bushidan' military group in the Kanto region, they were not peasant soldiers, 'mercenaries,' but a privately contracted fighting group of manor lords.
  448. When the business became successful and Shoriki wanted to return the debt, he had already passed away.
  449. When the business of these facilities opened, it won a popularity for its various recreational services including spa, amusement, gourmet food and theatrical show activities provided to the visitors.
  450. When the cabinet holds meetings on critical matters of state, the Emperor shall allow the Prime Minister to ask him to attend the meeting and ask for his opinion.
  451. When the cabinet system was set up in 1885, the Imperial Household Minister was established replaced existing Kunaikyo, but the minister was not included in cabinet members following the principle of "distinction between Imperial court and government offices."
  452. When the capital was burned down in the Great Fire of 1788, the flames leapt to the Honmaru Palace and the Sumiyagura corner tower and burned down.
  453. When the capital was located at Asuka-kyo and Fujiwara-kyo, many envoys used this road.
  454. When the capital was moved to Heijo-kyo, Hoko-ji Temple was also moved to present-day Nara City and renamed Gango-ji Temple, though Hoko-ji Temple in Asuka continued to exist under the name Moto Gango-ji Temple.
  455. When the capital was moved to Tokyo, he followed the Emperor to go east but in 1871, as he lost the post, he returned to Kyoto.
  456. When the capital was relocated to Heian-kyo, the shrine was moved to its current location by Empress Danrin of the Tachibana clan.
  457. When the capital was relocated to the city of Heijo-kyo, Daikandai-ji Temple was moved to the new capital and renamed Taian-ji Temple, while Hoko-ji Temple was also moved and renamed Gango-ji Temple (the former Hoko-ji Temple buildings remained as a branch temple that later became independent as Moto Gango-ji Temple).
  458. When the capital was returned to Heijo-kyo on April 17, 710, ISONOKAMI no Maro took charge of the old capital.
  459. When the capital was transferred to Heijo in 710, Kamatari's son Fujiwara no Fuhito (659 -720) moved Umayazaka-dera temple to its current location, Sakyo in Heijokyo, and named it Kofuku-ji Temple.
  460. When the capital was transferred to Kyoto, the Hata clan who had ruled the region gained political power, causing worship for the god Inari to prevail.
  461. When the card is damaged or upgraded, the card is changed and an ordinary design card is reissued.
  462. When the card's balance is zero, you can't pass the checker.
  463. When the carriers are taking a rest, people living in the neighborhood take their children to have their heads bitten.
  464. When the castle changed from a medieval period temporary military base to a permanent base of rulership, a defense line was often established outside the functional component (uchiguruwa (the central portion of a castle compound)) of the conventional castle to defend the castle town and vassals.
  465. When the castle fell, most members of the Araki family were killed, but Matabe, who was in his second year, was saved by his nanny and sheltered in Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple, and then came to use his mother's family name, IWASA, as his family name.
  466. When the castle was about to fall, Yoshizane joked with his dog Yatsufusa that he would give the dog his daughter, Princess Fuse, if it killed Kagetsura, and Yatsufusa, barking once, jumped into the enemy encampment and came back with Kagetsura's head.
  467. When the castle was dismantled, the keep and many other buildings were moved to other locations.
  468. When the centennial anniversary of foundation came around in 1997, the establishment of a new school song was planned, and its lyrics were sought, but the majority said the conventional one was better, so the plan was stopped.
  469. When the center of the city was moved to the east, Suzaku-oji Street ceased to play a role as central street.
  470. When the central axis of the tumulus is extended out to the circular rear-end orientation, it goes through the mountain pass area of Takenouchi Road located south to Futakami-yama Mountain, while the axis extended out to the rectangular frontage orientation goes through Hashihaka Tumulus and Hibara-jinja Shrine area.
  471. When the ceremony ended on April 26, Emperor Goshirakawa and Shigeko visited Arima hot springs in Settsu Province. ("Hyakurensho")
  472. When the ceremony is performed for an emperor, it is referred to as 'Mitama Shizume' or 'Mitama furi' which means calming a soul.
  473. When the character '経' is excluded, '法華' remains, which is generally pronounced 'Hokke.'
  474. When the characters used to write Yamato Province (大倭国) was changed to '大和' in 757, the characters in all azana (common names) such as 'YAMATO no Sukune' (大倭宿禰) also changed to 'YAMATO' (大和), and it is highly likely that the name of the Yamato clan was originally written using the characters 倭.
  475. When the charcoal is hot, carry it in a juno (fire pan) and place the pieces evenly spaced in the center of the hibachi.
  476. When the cherry blossom is placed in a Japanese tea cup and hot water is poured over it, the salt melts, whereupon the petals open up and float on the surface of the water.
  477. When the cherry blossom viewing party, which Takatsune organized, was held at a residence of the shogun, Doyo, who thought he had lost face, had first said he would attend, but he changed on the day and held a big cherry blossom viewing party at his own house.
  478. When the chest was opened, however, Seimei had changed oranges into mice using shikigami, 16 mice jumped out and ran around everywhere.
  479. When the chief priest continues to live in the temple to educate a successive one after the retirement from the chief priest, even in the terms of the status, the apprentice (previous chief priest) in the temple would teach a chief priest.
  480. When the chief retainer came back to the domain, he reprimanded the officials and changed Omura's stipend to 100 koku, the same as for senior samurai.
  481. When the chosei (grant of township) was implemented, the town was named 'Muko-cho;' however, the old town name Muko-cho is now generally read as 'Muko-machi' when it is used for the name of a facility.
  482. When the club appointed General Director Hisashi KATO as manager for the first time, it intended to treat him as an interim manager for the remaining seven games (in the end, nine games including Promotion/Demotion Series), but partly because he succeeded in promotion to J1, the club decided that KATO would remain as manager for the next season.
  483. When the company matured to independently produce and distribute films going beyond the category of 'educational films,' he pushed through his longed-for reorganization of the company to transform it into 'Makino Film Productions.'
  484. When the company was founded, it was involved in the transportation of nickel ore, so it is an affiliated company of Nippon Yakin Kogyo Co., Ltd, and therefore these two have the same company crest.
  485. When the compilation of this document was completed is known from the following two items: (1) the description of national mourning events on the same day of June, in "Honcho Gatsuryo," and (2) a comparison of the documents referred to in "Honcho Gatsuryo" and those in "Seiji Yoryaku."
  486. When the compound, Kai-ritsu (Vinaya precepts in Japanese) is used, 'kai' refers to self-imposed vows and 'ritsu' denotes vows among priests and nuns.
  487. When the concentration and temperature of the soy milk, the amount of bittern and a moderate degree of "yose" harmonize, the soy milk starts curdling without separation from the water, whereupon it soon transforms into half-curdled or pudding-like tofu.
  488. When the conflict lead to a national disruption, the old Sun Quan used the last resort and disinherited Sun He (conflict of two princes. Sun Ba was also punished, and the third prince became the crown prince.)
  489. When the confrontation between MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune turned serious after the collapse of TAIRA clan, he was censured by Yoritomo, along with TAKASHINA no Yasutsune and TAIRA no Tomoyasu, for supporting Yoshitsune and was removed from office once again.
  490. When the confrontation between the Hosokawa clan and Ouchi clan became serious, the Hosokawa clan avoided taking the Seto Inland Sea route that passed near Yamaguchi, the base of the Ouchi clan, and instead took the route to sail for Neiha via Urado and Shimoda in Tosa Province and Aburatsu and Bonotsu in southern Kyushu.
  491. When the confused Hokkeshu sect monks asked which of the first to the fourth Myo the Jodoshu sect monks were talking about, the Jodoshu sect monks further lied in their answer that they talked about the Myo of the Hokke, which brought the thoughts of the Hokkeshu sect monks to a standstill.
  492. When the conquest of Choshu clan was almost finished in 1866, an event often happened such that a temporary notice board held up by the Tokugawa shogunate at Sanjo-ohashi bridge was pulled out and thrown into the river.
  493. When the contents of the hot pot have been eaten, people usually salt the left over soup, add rice and bring it to boil, making fugu zosui (a porridge of pufferfish, rice and vegetables).
  494. When the control of Denken was transferred to the state in 1899, KITAZATO resigned as head and started working at Tsukushigaoka yojoen, which was established by Yukichi, Sensai NAGAYO, and Ichizaemon MORIMURA.
  495. When the copyright on Soseki's books expired at the end of 1946, both Oukiku shoin and Iwanami Shoten published 'Soseki Zenshu' and came into conflict with each other.
  496. When the county was small, one Guncho governed multiple counties (The latter part of Article 5).
  497. When the coup of August 18 led by Imperial prince Nakagawa no miya Asahiko, the Aizu domain, and the Satsuma domain occurred for the purpose of removing the Choshu domain from the politics in Kyoto, Mibu Roshigumi was appointed to guard the Ohanabatake-mon Gate.
  498. When the court rank of Kami was Rokui (the Sixth Rank), such Kami sometimes asked a person of Goi or higher to act for him in supervising important matters, although he had the authority to supervise miscellaneous matters.
  499. When the court rank of Suke was below Goi, Kami made decisions on all matters in principle.
  500. When the criticism against Neo-Confucianism was stirred up in the end of the Ming era, there also were changes in the Confucian philosophy of "修身斉家治国平天下" (in order to put "Tenka" in order, first train one's own moral, then put own family in order, then put the nation in order, and finally bring peace into Tenka) ("Daigaku" [the Great Learning]).
  501. When the customers finished drinking sake in tokkuri completely, they came to the shop again bringing the empty tokkuri, and paid cash in exchange for pouring sake.
  502. When the daikan's appointed lands were in remote places, zaichi (to reside in one's place) was the principle.
  503. When the daishu intruded into the dairi, they placed the mikoshi at Kenrei-mon Gate and Kenshun-mon Gate and raised morale.
  504. When the danjiri floats pass each other on a hill or on boats they perform '"uchima hyo' don, don, 'mohitotsu se ei' (do another one) don, don, and "yo itosa' don sutton ton.'
  505. When the day of tanabata became a special day is unknown.
  506. When the days of Kiyonobu TORII began, there appeared a type of Sumizurie colored with ink brush.
  507. When the debate to conquer Korea arose after his returning home from abroad, he took a position to oppose sending Japanese official diplomatic delegations to Korea with Okubo and Kido.
  508. When the debt was cleared, it would be handed to the borrower.
  509. When the deceased is a priest, the hanging scroll is usually prepared by the temple and as a result a picture hanging scroll of Fudo Myoo is usually hung.
  510. When the deceased is one of your relatives (excluding your parents, brothers, and sisters), the amount ranges from \10,000 to \30,000, and when the deceased is one of your colleagues, friends, or neighbors, the amount often ranges from \5,000 to \10,000.
  511. When the decoration system was thoroughly revised in 2003, the grading with number was abolished and the decoration standard was also reviewed.
  512. When the defeat became decisive, he fled to try to come back saying 'If we are lucky, the whole country could be in the hands of the Osaka side.'
  513. When the defeat of the Toyotomi clan became clear at Osaka Natsu no Jin (the Summer Siege of Osaka) in the following year, however, he fled to Tanba Province.
  514. When the defendant saw that the police officer was photographing, he protested to the police officer ''who are you photographing for?'' but he was ignored.
  515. When the deity Takemikazuchi no kami pressed Okuninushi to hand over the land of Japan, Okuninushi said that his son, Kotoshiro nushi (a Japanese ancient god), would reply.
  516. When the density of kosa in the air is relatively low, slightly yellowish mist is generated and visibility is affected slightly, but everyday lives are not affected seriously.
  517. When the direct male descendant of Emperor Tenmu was not available, Emperor Konin, the direct male descendant of Emperor Tenji, was a back up, and the Imperial Prince Osabe became prince even though he was young.
  518. When the directional signboard was used, it was a round-shaped board with a white background on which "Sub-express (準急)" was written in blue (the destination was written in black letters) (the trains that arrived at and departed from Tenmabashi Station used the yellow background board with blue letters that read "Sub-express(準急)").
  519. When the disciples of Enchin were kicked out of Mt. Hiei in 993, Keiso moved first to Iwakura Daiun-ji Temple and then to Onjo-ji Temple.
  520. When the dish has nearly been eaten, it is turned into chazuke.
  521. When the distinction between '琴' and '箏' is needed, they are called (1) 'Kin (琴) no Koto' and (2) 'So (箏) no Koto,' respectively.
  522. When the disturbance of Northern and Southern Court began, he supported Takauji ASHIKAGA along with Sadahisa SHIMAZU, the fifth family head of the Shimazu Soke family, in the beginning.
  523. When the divinities of Shinto and the deities of Buddhism are combined, it is called a syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism.
  524. When the dough becomes sticky, transfer it to a cloth bag.
  525. When the duty of the kaishaku was completed, white folding-screens would be erected in order to hide the body from view.
  526. When the east wind blows let it send your fragrance, oh plum blossoms; although your master is gone, do not forget the spring (as first published in "Shui Waka Shu" (Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poems), though the last part of the poem was sometimes phrased differently in later ages).
  527. When the eggs are cooked up, turn it over, coat the egg surface (if possible, using a brush) with the sauce (seasoning) and sprinkle it with aonori-ko, shavings of dried fish and squid powder, if you like them.
  528. When the eight Dog Warriors get close to one another, the beads react to one another to tell the existence of another Dog Warrior, and they also have the power to accelerate healing of physical wounds and illness.
  529. When the emperor abdicated the throne in favor of his successor, Naishi no suke handed on Kenji to Konoenojisho as her duty (the duty was called 'Okurinaishi'), which was later took over by an experienced Naishi no jo 'Koto Naishi.'
  530. When the emperor admired the province and the land, it implied dominance of the appropriate areas.
  531. When the emperor asked the general about his identity, the general replied that he was a person named Shoki who failed the imperial civil service examination and committed suicide, but revived to reciprocate the favor of the emperor who kindly buried the dead reverently.
  532. When the emperor has not yet reached the age of maturity, or due to a serious illness or accident is unable to conduct national affairs, a regent will be placed at the discretion of the Imperial Household Council.
  533. When the emperor passed away, there was no ruler (child of the emperor) to succeed.
  534. When the emperor refused, the crown prince moved to the City in Yamato with Empress Kogyoku, his empress and his younger brother (Emperor Tenmu).
  535. When the emperor stayed in baito, prince or powerful people like reliable senior vassals substituted for the emperor to govern the nation, though their power was limited.(Taishikankokuno sei or Rusukanno sei, respectively)
  536. When the emperor turned to be 40, only the Chrysanthemum was stitched.
  537. When the emphasis of opinion of a domain people was placed on Sonno Joi (slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) in 1862, he was captured and imprisoned in Hikone, together with NAGANO and others, and was executed in the same year.
  538. When the empress died in 770, Prince Shirakabe was decided as the Crown Prince; Dokyo was demoted to Shimotsuke Yakushi-ji Temple in Shimotsuke Province.
  539. When the end of the Edo period came, people of the town, who despised the strict form of chanoyu using maccha for the education of samurai families, demanded tea which could be enjoyed lightheartedly.
  540. When the end section of the bamboo tube is filled with water, the tube inclines, then the water discharges and the section becomes empty.
  541. When the end-form and the attributive form were integrated, both of them acquired a new inflected form "-na."
  542. When the engagement with Iemochi TOKUGAWA was prepared, she departed for Edo on October 20, 1861.
  543. When the enraged Northern Court issued a proscription against Masahide, Mt. Hiei switched sides and allied itself with the Northern Court.
  544. When the enshrined deity was moved to another shrine, as a general rule, the shinkai was not inherited, and imperial sanction was necessary to inherit the shinkai.
  545. When the envoy from England visited Satsuma clan in 1867, he took charge of reception and directed a live-ammunition exercise to show him.
  546. When the era name changed in the following year, he submitted Kiden kanmon jointly with SUGAWARA no Ariyoshi, in consideration of which 'Choji' was adopted.
  547. When the era name was changed, many successive heads of the family, who had acquired a reputation for the study of the Chinese classics, became presenters of "Nengo-kanmon," an opinion paper in which possible era names and the source of these names were discussed.
  548. When the evening star comes to the east, it will start finally.'
  549. When the excavation and research of graveyards of the Tokugawa family in Zojo-ji Temple, which was led by Hisashi SUZUKI, was conducted after the war, Sugen-in's grave was also excavated and her remains were researched.
  550. When the excavation was started, Kokufu was thought to be a miniature of a capital in the central government such as Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) and Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto).
  551. When the family fortune of the Sugawara clan declined after the Shotai Incident (901), the Oe clan conversely began to occupy the post of Monjo hakase so that the clan increased its influence on the Monjoin.
  552. When the family head Kiyotaka KANZE died in 1888, he became the conservator of the successor Kiyokado KANZE, who was very young at that time.
  553. When the family of the deceased goes home after cremation and burial, they are given "oharai" (purification) by a Shinto priest, and the family throws salt to the gates (door) of their house.
  554. When the family ranks were gradually defined after the middle ages, the families were clearly divided without regard to the official ranks: Toshoke, the families permitted to enter the Imperial Palace; and Jigeke, the families held the status of Jigenin.
  555. When the fare is insufficient, it is adjusted at Yawatashi Station of the Keihan Cable Line.
  556. When the farmer boiled water with the iron pot, it might sound, and whenever the pot made some sounds, it always rained on that day.
  557. When the farmer tried to kill it with his cane, Raijin begged for its life and said that if the farmer saved it, it would return a favor by ensuring that the farmer begets a child as strong as Raijin.
  558. When the farmers of Kawasatomura, Nanokawa, Agawa County ran away to Iyo Province in 1787, Ryudai encouraged and made them return home with no one being punished.
  559. When the father and his son, Takauji and Yoshiakira, surrendered to the Southern Court to settle disputes inside the bakufu, Sadahisa and Munehisa reverted together to the Southern Court and attacked Naofuyu.
  560. When the fencer in tsubazeriai is deemed to have no will to attack their opponent, the play is deemed a foul.
  561. When the festival was over, they released them in front of Asakusa Kannon Do (the temple dedicated to Kannon in Asakusa) (Senso-ji Temple).
  562. When the field practice forest was established, both the university side and the local community side nurtured the dream of "high-profit business based on the field practice forest" and could not get rid of the dream for a long period of time.
  563. When the fifth generation of the Isa family stopped its involvement in the tea ceremony after the Meiji Restoration, Munenaga SODEYAMA (1853 - 1932), a former student of theirs, took over and taught it as the Sekishu-ryu Isa-ha.
  564. When the fight began, Kanzaemon drew his sword and in the same stroke, cut down his opponent, greatly astonishing everyone.
  565. When the film was released in Japan, it was so greatly modified by intervention from the Administration Commission of Motion Picture Code of Ethics that the story made no sense.
  566. When the financial situation finally got to the deadend, the leaders of the Old Bakufu planned to collect money and valuables from wealthy merchants in Hakodate, but Toshizo HIJIKATA was strongly againt it, and the plan was turned down.
  567. When the fire attack against Enryaku-ji Temple in Mt. Hiei by Nobunaga ODA happened (1571), Shingen tried to remove the Enryaku-ji Temple in Mt. Hiei to Kai Province, condemning Nobunaga as a `transfiguration of a demon.'
  568. When the firefighters arrived on the scene of the fire, Shariden was already bursting into flames and was beyond help, resulting in complete destruction of 182 square yards of architectural structure by fire.
  569. When the first Ban on Christianity was issued in 1587, Nanban-dera Temple in Kyoto was destroyed and Ukon TAKAYAMA abandoned his territory in Akashi City.
  570. When the first Okuma Cabinet was inaugurated in 1898, he took over Tajiri and took office as Vice-Minister of Finance.
  571. When the first Qin Emperor united six nations to unify China, they respected the thought of legalism while prohibiting the freedom of activities based on other ideas, and burned books and buried scholars.
  572. When the first annual New Year's opening ceremony since Ichiyo had entered the school drew near, the topic of conversation among the well-bred young ladies turned to clothing and festive dress, well beyond the range in which the daughter of a low-class government official could compete.
  573. When the first dish was finished, Kuzu no Utabue (the music and dance dedicated to the emperor by kuzu [people who lived in Mt. Yoshino, Yamato Province]) was performed, and when the second and third dishes were served, as many as 40 maiko (apprentice geisha) arrived.
  574. When the first stage of the revival was completed, Tadaakira was transferred to Yamato Koriyama, and after that Osaka came under direct control of the shogun family and became a commercialized city called "the Kitchen of Japan".
  575. When the first unit of the Chosogabe army advanced head-on into the river, the Ichijo army retreated in order to attack the enemy with arrows and bullets as they reached their side of the river.
  576. When the fisherman began to walk with the girl, the sea divided and a path to the Ryugu appeared.
  577. When the fishermen's association gave up the search on February 25, ceremonies such as reciting Buddhist sutras and offering of flowers were conducted as urajimai.
  578. When the fishing boat comes back to port, there will already be salted boiling water ready in a large cooking pot.
  579. When the follower, Yasutomi TSUCHIMIKADO assumed the post of Onmyodo head in May 1683, "Emperor Reigen's Rinji" was issued, stating the control of Onmyodo in all the provinces should be left to the Tsuchimikado family.
  580. When the followers in Kaga found this out, they became upset and split, and in August, 1531, the Shoko-ji Temple was occupied by the Chosho-ji Temple force, and Renko and his son Renkei ended up in confinement (Daisho Ikki [Big League-Little League War]).
  581. When the foolish ones possessing blind passion, the multitudes caught in the endless birth-and-death circle defiled by evil karma, realize the mind and practice what Amida instructs them to do on their journey forward, they immediately join the truly settled of the Mahayana.
  582. When the force of the Southern Dynasty occupied Kyoto in 1355, Takauji appointed him as a guard of Emperor Gokogan who was in Omi Province away from the capital.
  583. When the former Imperial House Law was issued, the capacity for the empress became one, the title 'Chugu' was officially abolished to be unified as 'Kogo.'
  584. When the former Imperial Household Orders were abolished, the Imperial Household Agency issued an internal notification in order to ensure that issues that lost explicit provisions after the war would be enforced according to the former Imperial Household Orders.
  585. When the former Shogun, Yoshitane (Yoshiki), learned of this internecine struggle in the Hosokawa clan, he marched on the capital together with Yoshioki OUCHI, and after receiving a welcome from Takakuni HOSOKAWA, he reclaimed his former position as Shogun.
  586. When the former bakufu kaigun was defeated in the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, who stayed in Osaka-jo Castle, boarded 'kaiyomaru' to Edo, without permission from Shogun's retainer of war party, and they moved to Edo.
  587. When the former shogun Yoshimochi died in 1428, Mitsuie decided to determine the successor among Yoshimochi's four younger brothers by drawing lots.
  588. When the foundation of a Kaidan was approved of in 823, he lived in seclusion at Yamada-dera Temple, but was called out by Emperor Junna and was then actively involved in the national political arena..
  589. When the fourteenth shogun, Iemochi TOKUGAWA, planned to goto Kyoto, the origin of his wife Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Chikako, he asked her what she wanted as a souvenir, and she asked him to bring Nishijin ori.
  590. When the fourth Dohachi passed away, his son was too young therefore he temporarily took over the name.
  591. When the framework of 'Japan' neared completion in the 8th century, Emperor Monmu restarted sending envoys to the Tang Dynasty, and tried to restore their relations by dispatching AWATA no Mahito as the envoy.
  592. When the girl jumped on the horse's head at once, she ascended to the sky and became Oshirasama.
  593. When the girl washed the rice in a tub and emptied it in a colander, a single grain of rice remained in the tub; when the girl soaked it in water, the rice swelled and filled the tub entirely, and kept increasing as the girl washed the rice.
  594. When the glaze begins to melt, the work is removed from the kiln and is quickly cooled down, and then the work turns black.
  595. When the god of Enomoto protested that it was not the deal he had agreed to, Takemikatsuchi-no-mikoto protested, saying 'you may not have heard though I said of the mountain.
  596. When the god of Enomoto, who owned the land of the whole Kasugano area, visited Takemikatsuchi-no-mikoto of Mt. Abe, and asked to exchange the area "Please exchange my area Kasugano and your area Mt. Abe", he accepted it.
  597. When the gongyo has finished, do chodai of gongyoshu again.
  598. When the government appealed for 'domestic demand expansion' as economic measures, Etai disagreed in public appearances.
  599. When the grave of Osanobu was moved in 2003, his bones were exhumed and his skull and face were reconstructed.
  600. When the group was reorganized in July due to the increasing number of members, Niimi was demoted from the leader to the vice commander.
  601. When the guest places the empty cup on the tray after drinking the tea, the doll turns itself, carries the cup to you, and rolls to a stop.
  602. When the habit of drinking tea was brought from East Asia, the cups were normally without handles, but gradually cups with handles have spread and become common.
  603. When the hall enshrining a statue of Yakushi Nyorai is the temple's main hall, it is often referred to as the 'Hondo,' 'Kondo' or 'Konponchudo.'
  604. When the hanshi, the head of the organization, died his son or a powerful person under him succeeded.
  605. When the hare did as he was told his body recovered.
  606. When the hare did as he was told his skin cracked as the seawater dried with the blowing wind.
  607. When the head fireman became motionless, a call, `mattemashita' (have been waiting for you) is always heard from regular audience.
  608. When the head is down, hold the head with the other palm; move the rotated arm down, back and up, lift the arm vertically and, fixing the shoulder joint, throw forward.
  609. When the head is made separately, eyes are often drawn rather than inserting glass eyes.
  610. When the head of the family retires, he loses the right as the head of the family, and he has to become subject to the right of the new head of the family.
  611. When the head performer or a star performer is fixed as in kabuki and commercial theatrical performances, it is also customary that the performer entertains the lower-ranked performers on the senshuraku day.
  612. When the head was packed using bird feathers, the ends of any excess string during packing were folded over and tied off pointing towards the right.
  613. When the head was removed from the temple's seated statue of Shinran (Edo period piece) and the inside of the body examined in March 2008, a bone fragment believed to be from Shinran was found wrapped in paper.
  614. When the headquarters in Hitoyoshi was threatened by the offensive of the Government army, Murata made Ikenoue lead the convoy for Saigo to the quarter in Miyazaki, and on June 1, he directed himself to fight the Government army but he was roundly defeated.
  615. When the headquarters of army of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was attacked by the squad of Nobushige SANADA in the Siege of Osaka, the Hata Bugyo ended in failure, which was strictly questioned by Ieyasu.
  616. When the heads of Yoshinaka and the other five were exposed on the street, HIGUCHI persistently offered to accompany them.
  617. When the hen's eggs are not grilled up and raw, put the okonomiyaki over the eggs.
  618. When the hongan is the same, one is named by the use of Koretsuji (generational character) and so on, and in most cases, the same Chinese character is used to name those who are of the same generation.
  619. When the honorable priest Anan, who was one of the Judai deshi and was called the top ability of Tamon (to hear lots of sutras and to keep good behavior), was practicing meditation at a quite place, a hungry ghost named Enku appeared.
  620. When the horaku plates are broken, the wish of the person donating the plate comes true.
  621. When the host sees that the guest has eaten all of the soup he carries a sake decanter and a sake cup table (with the same number of sake cups as the guests) and pours sake for the guests.
  622. When the house was taken apart and repaired, the roof tiles on the hisashi (eaves) and Shoji-to (sliding paper door) at the entrance were removed to restore the assumed form of the house that existed in the early nineteenth century.
  623. When the huge famine occurred during the Kanei era (1624-1644), he sent aid for the people of his estate; when Shimabara War occurred, he was ordered to protect Kyoto.
  624. When the hyojoshu (Council of State) was established in 1225, Yoshimura became a member of this.
  625. When the identity of the head was known, 'Certain individual killed' and 'Certain individual's head' were written as separate lines.
  626. When the illness of my lord Ogosho (Ieyasu) was serious and he was held at his residence in the Sunpu-jo Castle, an ill-informed person told us that you rose in revolt against bakufu.
  627. When the imperial capital was newly constructed, Zokyoshi had jurisdiction over the development of imperial capital, Zogushiki (Office of Making Palaces) (Zogusho [Ministry of Making and Mending Palaces]) had jurisdiction over the construction of palace, and each Zojishi (Officials in Charge of Building Temples) had jurisdiction over the construction of temple.
  628. When the incident of Hoko-ji Temple bell occurred in 1614, she went to Sunpu to see Ogosho (leading or influential figure) Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  629. When the incident, in which Mitsusuke AKAMATSU ran away from Kyoto after assassinating the 6th Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, occurred in 1427, he joined the punitive forces.
  630. When the infighting of the bakufu called the Kanno Disturbance in which Shogun Takauji ASHIKAGA and Takauji's younger brother, Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA fought in 1350, the adopted child of Tadayoshi, Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA entered Kyushu.
  631. When the influence of the Shonai clan on the Shinchogumi increased and the characteristics of the Shinchogumi as a sabaku group (supportive group for the bakufu) became stronger, he left the Shinchogumi.
  632. When the influence of the Tang dynasty weakened, factors which were uniquely Japanese became apparent.
  633. When the ink stick made from burnt pine becomes old, it produces the beautiful bluish black color.
  634. When the interoperation between ICOCA and Suica started, TV commercials and other advertisements were publicized for several months, in which with the appearance of a huge Ico the Platypus in Tokyo, NAKAMA shouted 'In Tokyo...!' and in continuation Ico the Platypus shouted 'ICOCA...! (Let's go...!).'
  635. When the inundation tactics were implemented against the Ota-jo Castle, however, Yukinaga's navy mobilized Ataka bune (a type of naval warship) and artillery to attack the castle.
  636. When the invasions of Korea started under the order of Hideyoshi in 1592, he accompanied Kagekatsu to Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province, but suffered illness on the way and died in Kyoto.
  637. When the investigations by Doshisha University and others were carried out in 1960s, about 130 tumuli were investigated.
  638. When the issue of inconvertible paper currency was permitted in 1876, the National Banks increased sharply, and 153 National Banks were established until 1879 (no charter was approved after that).
  639. When the issue of the Emperor Organ Theory emerged, oracles became the evidence for the emperors' reign.
  640. When the jewel is combined with the sword, together they are referred to as 'Kenji,' meaning the Sacred Sword and the Sacred Jewel.
  641. When the jockey fell from his horse before the goal, he became the loser.
  642. When the judgment cannot be made even after the seventh trial, the following three additional trials are held; the trial by Byodo-o (on the ceremony of Hyakkanichi), by Toshi-o (on the first anniversary of one's death), and by Godotenrin-o (on the second anniversary of one's death).
  643. When the kanji (Chinese characters) culture entered Japan in the Kofun period (tumulus period), the word '倭' was assigned to the word 'Yamato.'
  644. When the kanji characters "Iron Paste" are pronounced as 'Kane,' it refers to the liquid for dyeing.
  645. When the kazoku system was established, some persons opposed the existence of such a system saying that the system was contrary to the concept of "One emperor and all of the other people are commoners" and that kazoku were useless people eating without doing anything.
  646. When the keep of Hikone-jo Castle was disjointed and repaired in 1957, some notes and inscriptions in India ink were found, which indicates the possibility that the keep of Hikone-jo Castle was built from the materials once used in the keep of Otsu-jo Castle.
  647. When the ketayuki (the distance between columns in the width direction) is one ken (1.8182 m) (the number of columns is two), it is called ikkensha-nagare-zukuri style, and when the distance is three kens (5.4546 m), it is called sangensha-nagare-zukuri style (the number of columns is four).
  648. When the key of Naijin (the inner sanctum located in the main halls, Kondo or Hondo of a Buddhist temple, or Honden of a Shinto shrine) is opened and the door opens, Rengyoshu run into Naijin, go around shumidan (an altar made of fine timber, generally with paneling, hame) three times, pray to the honzon, clean Naijin and decorate the shumidan.
  649. When the koto came to be played together with the shamisen, however, the shape of the pick was changed substantially to enable the musician to play the shamisen as well.
  650. When the land exchange took place based on the treaty, Japanese government forcibly transferred the Ainu in Sakhalin to Hokkaido.
  651. When the land of Koka went under control of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI by way of Nobunaga, Koka Ninja began to be ordered a monitoring activity on Ieyasu as main mission.
  652. When the land was transferred from Okuninushi (chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan, and the central character in the important cycle of myths set in that region) by the order of Takemikazuchi and others, he was told to go down there again.
  653. When the land-tax reform office was closed on June 30, 1881, the Government declared the completion of the land-tax reform project.
  654. When the large forces arrived at Fujita, Yoritomo prayed for a victory in Hachiman-gu Shrine, which MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi had established as a branch shrine by enshrining a deity there.
  655. When the large jacklight is burning sufficiently, the shrine parishioners bring down the jacklight, the scene of a rolling sparking fire becomes a gorgeous spectacle.
  656. When the last minutes of the HAKODATE Government neared, HIJIKATA who was going to launch attacks alone visited Akesato to say goodbye.
  657. When the last shogun of the Muromachi bakufu, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, was banished from Kyoto by Nobunaga ODA, effectively detroying the shogunate, Sadaoki served Mitsuhide AKECHI.
  658. When the last tori-fuda is taken, the game is over.
  659. When the leader of the samurai family who headed the shogunate was appointed "Seii Taishogun," his honorific title of "Uesama" changed into "Kubosama"; the term "Kubo" strongly indicated that "Kubo" was a representative of the Court.
  660. When the leading linked-verse teacher Soyo died, Joha SATOMURA became the leading figure in the linked-verse arena at the age of 40, but he was implicated in the Incident of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI in 1595 and was placed under house arrest in front of Enjoji Temple (generally known as Mitsuidera Temple) in Omi Province.
  661. When the legal code was completed, Yasutoki wrote about the aim of Shikimoku as follows in two letters sent to his younger brother, Shigetoki HOJO, who was staying in Kyoto as a member of the Rokuhara-tandai.
  662. When the length of kyo started to indicate the rank of persons, shitagasane and kyo were separated from each other because shitagasane itself became so large (bekkyo, separated kyo).
  663. When the light is shed on the surface of suzuri, sparkling particles are seen.
  664. When the lights are turned on, the two retainers are surprised to see Mitsuhide.
  665. When the limited express is running on the track of the Fukuchiyama Line or the Sanin Main Line, there is no operation of the rapid train arriving at and departing from Osaka Station.
  666. When the limited express service stopped at Platform 2, both sides of the doors of limited express train opened, so the passengers on Platform 2 could go to Platform 3 through the car.
  667. When the line colors were formally introduced on March 19, 2007, all two-legged platform signposts were removed.
  668. When the line first opened, the track gauge was 762 mm, with two steel-wheeled cars counterbalancing each other.
  669. When the line started its operation, the name was 'Shinkansen line to Nagano,' including 'to.'
  670. When the line was discontinued, three of the cars were moved to the Keihan Otsu Line and two to the Keifuku Eiheiji Line.
  671. When the line was extended to Nishi-Akashi, the basic section for the operation of the Keihanshin Local Line was fixed.
  672. When the line was inaugurated, it was a route with many curves because one-third of the Keihan Line was denominated as a tramway according to the applied regulation (Tramways Ordinance, later Tramways Act) and it was laid along the ancient route to Kyoto, threading through posting stations.
  673. When the line was inaugurated, the company could not secure the land to construct stations in the central part of the city either in Kyoto or in Osaka, and later the line was gradually extended toward both centers.
  674. When the logging business was conducted on a large scale, the business operators brought in their own locomotives and/or tramcars, but the details are not known.
  675. When the long national isolation ended and the Meiji period started, many Japanese people emigrated to South America and North America as immigrants, and Japanese communities were established in various places.
  676. When the lord family of the Iyo-Saijo clan was abolished then pardoned later to become a Hatamoto, the Hitotsuyanagi clan in Takagi, Mino County (present Takagi, Bessho-cho, Miki City), was given villages centered on Takagi as its territory.
  677. When the lord of Gokasho-jo Castle, Shigeaki AISU, shot an arrow into it, his lawful wife suffered an incurable disease under its curse.
  678. When the magazine called "The Economic Journal" was launched in England in 1890, he was asked to become a Japanese correspondent, and he wrote some reports on the state of economics in Japan for this magazine.
  679. When the main building of Kobe Shimbun Co., Ltd. was completely destroyed by the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake on January 17, 1995, The Kyoto Shimbun Co., Ltd. produced and published the Kobe Shimbun News in accordance with the above-mentioned agreement.
  680. When the main characters of "Lucky Star" visited Kyoto Animation in its twenty-first episode, they said 'This company only needs a headquarters the size of regular building because it limits how much it produces.'
  681. When the main purpose is purely to view the leaves, it is differently called 'Momijigari' (viewing autumn leaves).
  682. When the man asked the monk where he came from, he explained that he was at the house where the man served until now.
  683. When the man heard this account, he marveled at Koresue's ardent passion, and finally gave his treasured biwa to him.
  684. When the man told the monk that he had never seen him at the house, the monk laughed and said the following before disappearing.
  685. When the manager saw the woman, he noticed that surely she suffered from the Osei-chu because they heard the voice from her stomach.
  686. When the manuscript used for collation were chosen, the Aobyoshi-bon line manuscripts were treated as the most important, and the number of the Kawachi-bon line manuscripts and the Beppon line manuscripts which were adopted were limited.
  687. When the mass media mentions "shipping volume," they sometimes report mixing "actual shipping volume" including shipping volume without tax payment with "taxable shipping volume" excluding shipping volume without tax payment, so we have to be careful about that.
  688. When the master came home, he found the broken hanging scroll and pot and the two were crying and so the master asked them what happened.
  689. When the master of the residence advanced to a position of sanmi and opened Mandokoro, the 'Kitanokata' was called 'kitano Kandokoro.'
  690. When the match comes to a stalemate in tsubazeriai, the fencers are sometimes separated by the referee, this separation is called 'Wakare.'
  691. When the material is silk, it is called Kokinu.
  692. When the materials became tender, season them with soybean paste.
  693. When the mausoleum was constructed, a square pit was dug at first, and then the inner wall was shored up with concrete, and thirdly the wooden box keeping the coffin in was laid down.
  694. When the mayor pointed to a tent, saying 'please get back', Mondo shouted loudly 'what do you mean 'get back' for samurai', then people who had entered into the tent also came out again and the ceremony continued in the rain.
  695. When the meat and other ingredients are cooked thoroughly, take them out of the pot and dip them into a beaten egg before eating.
  696. When the medium was used, it changed from the eight track to the compact cassette, the laser disk, the VHD, the video CD, the DVD, and the like, as the music medium was improved.
  697. When the members of the Serizawa factions were assassinated on October 28 (or 30) of the same year, a new organization system was established under the leadership of Isami KONDO.
  698. When the memorial services for her reached a certain point, a Buddhist priest on a night-watch duty, who had been serving since Fujitsubo's heyday, secretly told Emperor Reizei about the circumstances of his birth.
  699. When the messenger was on the way back, he happened to meet Kozaisho in her carriage as she was returning to the palace from her home
  700. When the messengers came closer to the Fuwa-no-seki checking station on the night of June 26, Iwasuki thought that enemy soldiers may be hiding in the mountain, and proceeded alone, keeping a distance behind the others.
  701. When the military commander MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu known for the subjugation of Shuten Doji went to the home of his younger brother, MINAMOTO no Yorinobu, Kidomaru was caught in the toilet.
  702. When the military influence came back in full force in 1936, Gunbu Daijin Geneki Bukan sei was revived and continued until the Military Minister's role became extinct after the end of the World War II in 1945.
  703. When the military was running away and ignoring the government using their position of being directly under the Emperor as a shield, the government had trouble regulating them.
  704. When the mind was freed from external norms, the attitude of respecting and learning the Classics such as the Six Classics declined.
  705. When the minting of coins was stopped in the late Heian period, Jusenshi (mint) was no longer established.
  706. When the models are put together, glue or wires may be used.
  707. When the momentum of their success in the subjugation of Baekje made Tang China begin to advance toward Goguryeo, King Muyeol passed away in June 661 and Kim Beopmin ascended the throne.
  708. When the monk Kukai returned to Japan from Tang China in 806, he spread Shingon Buddhism around Toji Temple (present Kyoogokoku-ji) preaching that the only Esoteric Buddhism is the "gate of truth" to reach depth of "satori" (enlightenment).
  709. When the monk says 'I'm here with the permission of the fisherman,' the owner suspects that the monk might be telling a lie because surely the local people wouldn't let others stay here.
  710. When the monk speaks to her, she gazes at the well of memories and begins to speak of the old days, while concealing the fact that she is Narihira's wife.
  711. When the monks of the Sanmon, who had descended to Nishi-Sakamoto, became aware of this, they sent a messenger to Kiyomori to thank him for killing their enemy and returned to their mountain.
  712. When the morning arrives, they get up and climb down the mountain in a hurry.
  713. When the motion film industry began to use both actresses and actors, it became unnecessary to play female roles, so he turned to directing and made his directorial debut with "Imoto no Shi" (The Death of My Sister) in 1920.
  714. When the mural paintings were discovered in 1972, the stone chamber was filled with sediment running from an opening in the south wall, which was made by looters.
  715. When the mutual application started, only the adult card was issued, so the ICOCA for Children was not admitted; however, with the launch of Suica for children (Suica Card for Kids) on March 18, 2007, ICOCA for Children became interoperable.
  716. When the name was first invented, it apparently did not point to the specific 36 mountains, but just expressed an impression that there were a chain of gently sloping mountains in the east viewed from the Rakuchu (inside the capital Kyoto), which could be seen as roughly 36 of them.
  717. When the negotiation came up against unexpected difficulties, the issue of the dispatch of troops, like Seikanron, which demands the dispatch of troops to Korea, became a political issue in Japan.
  718. When the nengu was paid - or the disseized real estate (or the embezzled nengu) was returned (or promised to be returned) - to the temple or the shrine, Shinboku was removed, and the temple and the shrine imposed punitive money, such as "shime no moto" (a kind of a commission), on the person who caused the trouble.
  719. When the new Meiji government collected han bills, one ryo (currency unit only used for gold coins) of kinsatsu was exchanged for 1 yen, 500 mon of zenisatsu for 4 sen, and 100 mon of zenisatsu for 8 ri.
  720. When the new government forces began penetrating Edo, the seito taishogun was made Tosho Daishotoku (military commander for the Eastern provinces).
  721. When the new, fourth-generation building was constructed, the former Platform 1 was demolished, and the existing Platform 0 was widened for actual use.
  722. When the news of Tasaka's death reached the venue of the International Film Festival of India being held in New Delhi, Indian film personalities offered silent prayer for the spirit of Tasaka in memory of "Yukiwariso."
  723. When the news of the event arrived at Osaka-jo Castle on December 28th, hard-liners on the Tokugawa shogunate side became indignant.
  724. When the news reached Nagoya-jo Castle, regarding whether to dispatch troops or not, the confrontation deepened between the Kanetetsu group insisting on the dispatch and the Fuigo party in a guarded stance.
  725. When the newspaper published a negative article on the Gapsin Coup, Hung Chang LI (a Chinese leading politician who directed the Chinese policy in Korea) complained to the Korean government over its content, and Inoue resigned as a diplomatic advisor to take responsibility.
  726. When the next Sakutan Toji arrived in 1870, the Meiji Government decided against organizing such a ceremony in the future, regarding it as an old convention.
  727. When the next door neighbor had a fire, the first thing he protected was his collection of books.
  728. When the nincho stands on the motokata side, motoutakata (本歌方) (the first singers) come, sing Niwabi and take their places on the seat of the motokata.
  729. When the nincho stands on the suekata side, suenoutakata (末の歌方) (singers who sing after motoutakata) come, sing Niwabi and take their places on the seat of the suekata.
  730. When the ninth shogun,Ieshige, who is said to have suffered from speech disorder, became the ninth shogun, only his confidants who had been his attendantspersons could understand his ambiguous speech.
  731. When the noodles are finished, transfer some sobayu from yuto to the dish of soba sauce to mix with the remaining sauce and drink it to finish off the meal.
  732. When the numbers of Ken and Men are equal like 'Three Ken and three Men', it is sometimes expressed as 'Keda sangen' (three squared mats).
  733. When the object of inspection were foot soldiers or komono (low-rank servants), they were respectively called hoko metsuke (inspector of foot soldiers) and komono metsuke (inspector of low-rank servants).
  734. When the official name was used on its own, it was 'Chihanji'.
  735. When the okuribi was suspended during the World War II, the local residents (including the pupils at Daisan Kinrin Elementary School) climbed the mountain early in the morning wearing white tops to form a human letter 'Dai' instead.
  736. When the old lord Yoshizane SATOMI was attacked by an assassin in Mt. Toyama, Daihachi, who had been raised by God Princess Fuse, came to his rescue, calling himself Shinbe INUE.
  737. When the oldest brother Toshisada MAKIMURA (the adopted son of Masatomo MAKIMURA) died in 1593 and the son of Toshisada, Ushinosuke MAKIMURA, was very young, Michito took over as the lord of the Iwate domain and governed an estate of 20,300 koku.
  738. When the oldest brother Yasumura was disinherited due to his poor health in September 1678, he became the heir and was appointed in December the same year.
  739. When the oldest brother and FUJIWARA no Koretada, who was a sessho, died young during the reign of Emperor Enyu, Kaneie wished to be the next kanpaku, but his second oldest brother, Kanemichi, took that post.
  740. When the one-hundred and thirtieth bank fell into bankruptcy in June 1904, its loan to Nippon spinning amounted to more than 1,700 thousand yen almost of which had already become bad debt.
  741. When the one-man buses was first introduced in the City bus, a system of getting on from the front-side door and paying the fare immediately, rarely used in the Kansai area, was employed.
  742. When the operation of rail cars with white stripes were abolished in November 1951, their driving platforms were temporarily converted into second-class seats.
  743. When the operation of the Tokaido Shinkansen started in 1964, the name New Tokaido Line was used (even now, this expression is used on electric bulletin boards on train-cars of the Yokohama Municipal Subway).
  744. When the operation of the line between Ikoma Station and Gakken-Nara-Tomigaoka Station started, the name of the Higashi-Osaka Line was changed to the Keihanna Line.
  745. When the opponent is pushed out of the dohyo.
  746. When the options of the name are narrowed, in the case of the direct descendant, the emperor makes the final decision.
  747. When the original policy was restored in 828, he was reappointed to monjo tokugosho from shunshi and was given the nickname Sukune of the Haruzumi clan.
  748. When the original shamisen (a three-stringed Japanese banjo) came down to Japan, it was players of the Heike biwa who first handled it and improved it to make it similar to the present instrument.
  749. When the other side of the dough begins to roast, turn it over again with the eyeleteer and make it into a perfect ball.
  750. When the ovum is fertilized by the spermatozoon, a fertilized egg is produced and grows up.
  751. When the ownership claimed by a person who committed the karita was found to be correct and acceptable in court proceedings, his karita act did not constitute karita-rozeki and the person was not convicted.
  752. When the palace was completed, clouds rose.
  753. When the palanquin came close, Gorokuro MORI who was assigned to a vanguard approached the head of the party as though making a direct appeal to the palanquin, but, when he got close enough, he suddenly drew his sword and struck Saburoemon KUSAKABE who approached Gorokuro to subdue him.
  754. When the palanquin shook even a little bit the rider jumped out of the palanquin and insisted by saying "I fell off the palanquin because of the improper pace of the palanquin carriers, I will report this insolence to the bakufu."
  755. When the paper has ruled lines to enable more than one name to be written, it is called "awase-haba" (literally, "conjunction of widths,") and is used for so-homyo-jiku (a homyo-jiku to cover all homyo names concerned).
  756. When the party is in full swing, Kurosawa intentionally spills sake on Chobei's clothes.
  757. When the party of the Retired Emperor Heizei and Kusuko proceeded up to Tamura, in Soekami County, Yamato Province, they realized that their opponent's military defense was so strong, that there was no chance for them to win and they could do nothing but go back return to the Heijo-kyo.
  758. When the party was founded on May 18, 1901, the sentence 'The objective of the party shall be to practice socialism' was adopted as Article 1 of its party constitution.
  759. When the passenger have called for the taxi over the telephone or some other means, the basic charge may be already added to the meters.
  760. When the patient in question wants to bathe in sulfur hot springs, it is desirable to consult a doctor in advance.
  761. When the peace and security of the Imperial family of Korea is endangered due to invasion by a third country or to a domestic civil war, the Japanese government have the obligation to respond to the emergency immediately, and to arrange an efficient solution to the problem.
  762. When the pedestal and the halo are taken away from the Buddhist statue, it will lose its dignity, so the idiom means to lose one's face or position.
  763. When the peerage system was established, he was given the title of viscount, and later he was raised to count
  764. When the people happen to pass and find Ikyu's body, Sukeroku cuts the paper lantern that passerby holds.
  765. When the performance consists of a story about Igami no Gonta.
  766. When the performance consists of a story about the fake Nobutada.
  767. When the performance is held twice a day, the daytime performance ends with "Ochiudo" and the evening performance starts with Act Five.
  768. When the performer brings them into or out of the stage, he places a screen on top of the small desk.
  769. When the period for maneuvers came, these villages were made to pay compulsory service, such as by providing accommodations for government officials or serving in manual labor, guard and horse-related posts.
  770. When the period of Northern and Southern Courts began, with Chikafusa KITABATAKE being given the title of Jugo, even the vassals who were not the emperor's maternal relatives started to be given the title of Jugo.
  771. When the period of the Northern and Southern Courts began, Kuikaeshi was widely allowed in Kugeho as in Bukeho.
  772. When the personified notion of Ten was created in the Zhou dynasty era, germination of the notion of "Tenka" came to be seen.
  773. When the place was used as a bus stop, a turntable was provided there for changing the directions in which the buses ran, because the place had insufficient room.
  774. When the plan of the sales was exposed by a newspaper article in July, OKUMA was suspected of having leaked the secret information.
  775. When the plan was exposed and Prince Mochihito was killed, Yoritomo had no choice but to raise an army to defend against the danger that was closing in on him.
  776. When the play is reaching the most interesting part, members of Shiratsuka-gumi go on the drunken rampage and ruined the play.
  777. When the player draws the last reversed card, the game is over.
  778. When the pleasure quarter was built in Yoshiwara, there still were tayu in Edo, although few in number.
  779. When the plot to over throw the shogunate was discovered in 1331, he was captured in Rokuhara and exiled to Mutsu Province.
  780. When the position for the lord of Amakusa Domain of the Higo Province became vaccant, the cabinet officials of the Shogunate concluded that no other person was more qualified than Tadamasa for the lord of Amakusa.
  781. When the post of Daijo-daijin was given after death for meritorious service performed in life, it was "Zo Daijo-daijin" (the Grand Minister, posthumously conferred).
  782. When the post of Sangi was temporally abolished in the following year of 807, he was appointed Tokai-do Kansatsu-shi (Inspector of the Tokai Circuit).
  783. When the post of inspector of the provincial government was established in July of the same year, he was appointed the local inspector for 3 provinces as the Governor of Hitachi; namely Awa Province, Kazusa Province, and Shimousa Province.
  784. When the postcard was issued in 1873, the custom of sending postcards as nengajo spread rapidly because New Year's greetings could be sent simply and inexpensively.
  785. When the power of Kamakurafu eroded as the result of the Eikyo Disturbance in the era of sixth shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, Nobumitsu's son Nobushige TAKEDA achieved distinguished war service in the Battle of Yuki and seized the opportunity to restore the clan.
  786. When the power of the Shimazu clan grew weak from internal conflicts during the Sengoku period, Shigekiyo GAMO banded with the Kimotsuki clan and fought with the Shimazu clan.
  787. When the power of the Taira clan declined, he established a peaceful relationship with MINAMOTO no Yoritomo.
  788. When the powerful bushi group became the kaihatsu-ryoshu, its brothers, children, and relatives cultivated the surrounding area into small cultivating land owners, and that clan gathered to form one 'bushidan.'
  789. When the predecessor Emperor Bidatsu died, Tachibana no Toyohi no mikoto ascended the throne, thus becoming Emperor Yomei.
  790. When the present Doshisha University Imadegawa Library (the University's third library) was completed in December 1973, this old library was renamed "Keimeikan."
  791. When the present station building was completed, the melody of the arrival chime was changed to the one that had previously been used as the departing chime on the Seibu Line (this melody is still used at Seibu-chichibu Station).
  792. When the president of Mitusbishi, Yataro IWASAKI died in 1885, the government decided to mediate between two companies and replaced the president of Kyodo Unyu, Ito.
  793. When the price of rice was sluggish by deflation due to the Financial Policy by Masayoshi Matsukata, the land-tax of fixed amount payment became a heavy burden on farmers, and many of them suffered from poverty.
  794. When the priest called Jukei read a family register of deaths during the Kamakura period, a lady ghost wearing a blue cloth appeared and said "Why did you skip my name in the family register of deaths?"
  795. When the priest master judges that training of the disciple has been successfully completed, he teaches the disciple the core of the dharma, and gives the disciple kesa and Jihatsu (nesting set of bowls with which a priest in training eat) that were inherited from the founder of the sect, in proof of the completion.
  796. When the priest questioned Tarozaemon about its name, he replied that it had no name yet.
  797. When the prime minister saw him he lied, saying that the daughter took the rice he had been saving.
  798. When the prince decided to take up arms and departed Yoshino no miya toward the east on July 27, his followers were only his wife, children, two dozen vassals and more than a dozen court ladies.
  799. When the prince returned to Mt. Kasagi, he attempted to carve the Miroku image in the cliff face just as he had vowed but was unable to do so due to the steepness of the cliff.
  800. When the prisoners of Heike were being transferred to Kyoto on April 26, Sanehira TOKI, a powerful senior vassal, guarded them from the front and Yoshimori from the back of an ox-drawn carriage which Munemori was in.
  801. When the problem of Imperial Princess Kazunomiya's Koka (marrying down to a shogun) was raised, Emperor Komei asked Nariko to persuade the princess and to enter the Edo castle to look her after.
  802. When the products are grown other than winter, une is made from south and to north.
  803. When the program is done in the Katobushi version, the play begins with Kojo, formal announcements to the audience.
  804. When the proper balance was lost between the market price and the legally fixed exchange ratio between gold and silver, the currency that had more advantageous market price was likely to be kept as dead storage.
  805. When the punishments were decided, Saiko, who had led the conspiracy, was beheaded, and Narichika was exiled to Bizen Province (and later murdered).
  806. When the raid occurred in reality, Ako Roshi were fully equipped with matching black costumes similar to those of fire fighters, battle helmets on top of hoods, and chain woven protective wear underneath the black short sleeved kimono.
  807. When the rank of Masazumi HONDA changed due to the incident of drop ceiling at Utsunomiya-jo Castle in 1622, he was chosen to become the Roju (the highest ranking government official).
  808. When the ratio of honwasabi is 50% or more of the total content, the products concerned can be displayed with "honwasabi is used"; however, when the ratio is less than 50% the products concerned should be displayed with "containing honwasabi."
  809. When the rebellion occurred in Kagoshima, he wrote a letter to Hirofumi ITO and expressed his opinion that they would be able to easily wipe out the rioters, saying "I think that this rebellion has the aspect of good fortune in an unfortunate event and I am laughing at this rebellion in my sleeves".
  810. When the rebellion was suppressed, the Mito Domain with shoseito playing the central role executed the family member of the people who joined the Tenguto no Ran, including the wife and children of Kounsai TAKEDA.
  811. When the refugees from the Great Kanto Earthquake escaped into Shinjuku, he never sold products at a higher price taking advantage thereof, and sold lower priced bread, etc. each and every day and satisfied people's hunger.
  812. When the regent Tsunetoki died in 1246, Tsunetoki's younger brother Tokiyori HOJO took over the position of a regent, which triggered a coup (palace disturbance), and Mitsutoki NAGOE and FUJIWARA no Sadakazu were overthrown by the failure of the coup.
  813. When the regent and the representative of the Fujiwara clan, Motozane, died suddenly in August 30, 1166 and Goshirakawa's cloister government restored itself, the younger brother of Motozane, Motofusa MATSUDONO, served as a regent, since Motozane's son FUJIWARA no Motomichi was still young.
  814. When the regions which had been ruled by Zhou were politically unified by the Qin dynasty, the notion of "Tenka" became a clear geographical notion which corresponded to the reality in politics.
  815. When the regulation of types and classification letters were revised in 1953, all cross-seat cars were classified as type 51.
  816. When the relative pronoun, "que" is placed before the words to make "que sorver" and "que sorver," they are pronounced 'kisoruberu.'
  817. When the religion according to which the funeral is held is not known, it is recommended to use a white plain envelope bearing the address "Goreizen" on its front side and decorated with white and black or silver mizuhiki tied in a square knot.
  818. When the remainder after the division of the Christian Era by 4 is 0, Toji falls on:
  819. When the remainder after the division of the Christian Era by 4 is 1, it falls on:
  820. When the remainder after the division of the Christian Era by 4 is 2, it falls on:
  821. When the remainder after the division of the Christian Era by 4 is 3, it falls on:
  822. When the restaurant first opened, they only served 'kotteri' ramen.
  823. When the retainer says 'Could you please pick seaweed from the bottom of the sea?" she replies, 'If you are hungry, please have the seaweed I have in my hands.'
  824. When the retainer says he wants to know the history of this land, a female diver appears.
  825. When the retainers of the Kamakura family crowded into their lodging for a party, Iso no Zenji performed traditional Japanese dances.
  826. When the retired Emperor Gotoba raised an army to overthrow the Shogunate, which is called Jokyu War in 1221, Kanetsugu, 14 years old then, followed his grandfather Shigetada YAMADA and his father Shigetsugu to fight for the retired Emperor.
  827. When the retired emperor entered the priesthood and became a cloistered emperor, he returned zuijins as a sign of renouncing the world.
  828. When the retired emperor was actual Chiten no Kimi, the current emperor was called Zaii no Kimi.
  829. When the revenue dropped due to the nation's hard-pressed economy and decline of local governments, however, such measures were taken to add a portion for one person to nenshaku.
  830. When the revolt of TACHIBANA no Naramaro broke out in 757, he was pressed to be on the Imperial Throne by Naramaro.
  831. When the rewards of the soldiers were determined, Morosuke claimed 'those whose merit is in doubt are worthy of rewards,' while Saneyori maintained 'debatable things should not be done' and didn't approve rewards.
  832. When the rice begins to be sticky to the degree that the all the rice becomes one when it is lifted by the spatula or the rice scoop, this is indicates that it's time to start pounding.
  833. When the rice is cooked, it turns into a cherry blossom color, that is why it is called sakura (cherry blossom) meshi.
  834. When the rice is hot and the egg is warmed to the room temperature, the egg becomes soft-boiled.
  835. When the riot of Yoshimasa OYAMA took place, he lead to suppress this matter.
  836. When the ritsuryo legal code system was introduced from China to ancient Japan, two main ministries, Jingikan, responsible for worship, and Daijokan, responsible for politics, were clearly separated.
  837. When the ritsuryo legal code system was introduced to Japan and Daijokan was established to preside over the eight ministries, Giseikan, the policy-making branch of Daijokan, was especially called 'Taikaku' during Chinese Tang.
  838. When the roshi made a raid and stepped into his house, KAGAWA went upstairs and hid himself; but on seeing his young children who unfortunately came home and were cruelly questioned by the roshi that had captivated them, he went downstairs on his own will, and was beheaded.
  839. When the route buses first started operating, people from all over Japan came to see the bus, which was known as a community bus run individually without financial support from an autonomous body.
  840. When the rule is applied strictly, there exist routes for which no one-way ticket nor connected train ride ticket can be bought.
  841. When the sakayas opposed this, the bakufu mobilized an army to destroy every koji factory called 'koji muro' attached to the sakaya.
  842. When the same request was resubmitted four years later they did obtain FUJIWARA no Yorimichi's permission, but because Michinaga was still against it, once again Ryoen could not secure a promotion.
  843. When the samurai gained power during a period from the end of the ancient times to the medieval period, a culture peculiar to samurai such as yabusame (horseback archery) and inuoumono (dog-hunting event, a skill of archery) was born, and war chronicles (The Tale of the Heike, etc.) under the theme of battle were also created.
  844. When the samurai government was established in Kamakura (in 1192), it became a dual government of the Chotei (Imperial Court), centered with the Emperor and the retired Emperor and Bakufu (samurai government) with a shogun in the middle.
  845. When the samurai warrior class emerged, samurai were increasingly appointed Udoneri.
  846. When the sauce for okonomiyaki was first produced or by what company, is not altogether clear.
  847. When the scheme of Prince Mochihito and his foster father, MINAMOTO no Yorimasa, to mobilize the army and suppress the Taira clan was found out in May 1180, he hid in the Ninna-ji Temple but was ordered to report with his legal son, Nakamitsu (Kujo-in hogandai).
  848. When the school was Bukkyo Senmon Gakko (Bukkyo Professional School), the school badge was an apricot leaf arranged with the word 'Professional.'
  849. When the score is tied, the number of hits is considered.
  850. When the season changes from spring to summer in East Asia, those air masses with different nature struggle with each other.
  851. When the season of Obon passes, the temple removes bon toro and burns them up.
  852. When the seaweed is to be used, it should first be rinsed of its salt or reconstituted by soaking in water.
  853. When the second Saionji administration resigned entirely in December 1912, the Genro Council offered Tosuke the position of the next prime minister, but Tosuke declined the offer.
  854. When the second generation students advanced to the main course in September 1880, the third generation students entered.
  855. When the seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") FUJIWARA no Yoritsugu visited to temples and shrines at Izu and Hakone in January 1251, he was one of the accompanying retainers.
  856. When the senior statesmen system was first introduced, a senior statesman was defined as 'persons who had been granted the privileges of his former post as Prime Minister as well as the Chairman of the Privy Council'; however, in1940 the definition was revised to simply 'former Prime Ministers and the Chairman of the Privy Council.'
  857. When the servant became pregnant after sleeping with shogun, she came to be considered a 'concubine,' but her rank status remained Ochuro.
  858. When the seventeen-year old Tadatsuna rode his horse directly into the swift current of the Uji-gawa river, more than 300 cavalry from the Kanto followed him in.
  859. When the seventh generation head of the Hisada family, Kokosai Soya, passed away, he was survived by his second son, Tatsuzo; however, because his son had been born only the previous year, Muneyoshi SEKI (関宗厳) was adopted as his guardian, and became the eighth generation Munetoshi.
  860. When the severed head was put in place, straight grain was in front and wood grain running vertically.
  861. When the shikiji kurodo received the imperial edict, he took it to the jin no sadame (Council of State deliberation) and verbally conveyed it to the shokei.
  862. When the ship returned to Yuan, it may have been designated as Kanto-daibutsu zoeiryotosen.
  863. When the ship they were boarding en route to Kyushu was wrecked due to a severe storm and they became separated, Aritsuna was a member of four survivors, Musashibo Benkei, Kagemitsu HORI, Shizuka Gozen and himself; and these survivors escaped with Yoshitsune to Mt. Yoshino.
  864. When the shogun Iemitsu entered priesthood, he followed Iemitsu to become a priest and took the name of Dosho (道将).
  865. When the shogun's retainer is to visit the imperial palace on business, the retainer shall ask the permission of Nobunaga.
  866. When the shogunate system started to waver, both the Edo Bakufu and the anti-bakufu forces planned to use the authority of the Emperor, and as a result, the authority of the Emperor was heightened.
  867. When the shorter ear of the shell faces you, if you turn the umbo toward yourself, dashigai (clamshells which are put in the bucket and later taken out one by one to play kaioi) as yin (passive) is on the right, and jigai (clamshells which are placed on the mat in kaioi) as yang (active) is on the left.
  868. When the shrine staff requested that the foundation lend these things that Togo had left for the grand festival in the following year, it permanently donated them.
  869. When the shrine was an organization of the state, the Saishu was in charge of general affairs and the transfer of a deity in the Ise Shrine during Jingu Shikinen Sengu.
  870. When the shrine was built, the topsoil of the burial mound was scraped away to level the mound and most of the stones used for the ceiling were also removed, which caused changes in the circumfrence.
  871. When the side claiming to be the government army was dominant, no matter for what reason, those who were called this name was considered 'evil' in Japanese politics, at the time.
  872. When the sightseeing tours such as school trips go to Hiroshima City, 'okonomi mura' (okonomiyaki village) is included in the itinerary and so on, which is roaring even at night as a tourist site in the central part of the city.
  873. When the sixth Toyokuni graduated from a primary school, his father told him 'a painter does not need any academic education', which made him to give up seeking after a higher education.
  874. When the sixth head of the family Hirosue ISHIKAWA heard that MINAMOTO no Yoritomo raised an army to defeat the Taira family in Izu, he dispatched an army headed by his uncle Mitsuharu to Kamakura in 1183.
  875. When the sleeve on the drafting is square and both sides of the sleeve are not sewn like the sleeves called Daimyo-Sode that can be seen in a baby's kimono for its first visit to a shrine, Sodetake, the sleeve depth, is the same as the length of the sleeve.
  876. When the soil becomes dry, even fertilizer added two weeks prior can cause damage, making irrigation necessary in dry periods.
  877. When the solar calendar is used, the meanings of the months don't synchronize with the seasons.
  878. When the soldiers of the Ashikaga forces who pursued them heard his remarks, they hailed him by saying 'everyone who was born into samurai families should be like Yoshisada.'
  879. When the song is over, a short instrumental phrase full of loneliness and stillness is played to the termination with an allusive feeling.
  880. When the spectator asks 'Why do you count 18 plates?', Okiku replies, "As tomorrow is a holiday, I counted even my duty for tomorrow.'
  881. When the spirit of a person that has attained enlightenment leaves the body, it is not described as being dead; instead, it is described as having, for example, "left the body," "entered nirvana" or "entered Nehan".
  882. When the split in the bakufu around two Kanrei, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA and Yoshimasa SHIBA, emerged in 1379, he tried to take up arms against the Shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA in response to it, but gave up raising an army because the Kanto Kanrei Noriharu persuaded him not to do by death.
  883. When the spring has come, the beautiful cherry blossoms bloom and many people come to see the flowers.
  884. When the standardization of masu was called for in the Warring States period, the masu known as the 'Kyoto jugo-masu' (the proper name for kyo-masu) came into use throughout the Kinai region.
  885. When the starting rank was Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and the highest rank was Shoshii for the leading samurai, Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) and Kanmu Heishi (Taira clan), even those in the lineage of eldest son were not promoted unless there were some deeds of arms.
  886. When the starting time came, kugyo entered and sat down, and then a benkan told an official to read a monjo (written material).
  887. When the state of society settled in 1954, the movement to re-establish Dai Nippon Butoku Kai, which had occurred two years earlier, became active again and emerged as an issue within the Kyudo federation as well.
  888. When the station building of Aoyagi Station of the East Japan Railway Company (JR East) in Nagano Prefecture was renovated in 2002,it featured a design based on udatsu.
  889. When the station commenced operation, it was located about 100m to the north and its entrance faced the street behind Plaza Shugakuin, which is currently located in front of the station; this street used to be a station road.
  890. When the station was above ground, the facilities were located in the southern part of Sanjo-dori Street, or to be more exact, at the southern part of the Sanjo-Ohashi Bridge's eastern edge.
  891. When the station was at ground level, it was limited to serving five-car trains because there were railroad crossings at both ends of the platform.
  892. When the station was opened by Japan National Railways, it was manned and had a facility where inbound and outbound trains could pass one another, but it was later removed.
  893. When the station was opened, it was set right between Okubo-mura and Hirono-mura in Kuse-gun, Kyoto Prefecture.
  894. When the station was rebuilt, a platform was constructed for Track C, which was originally a storage track of the Katsura train depot located adjacent to the station; since then the platform has been referred to as Platform C.
  895. When the stone chamber was opened to allow people to enter, there was grave concern about damages to the mural paintings due to environmental changes, such as varied temperatures and humidity conditions, the growth of fungi, and insects and other creatures.
  896. When the stone pagoda, which is thought to have been established during the time of the Imperial Prince Yorihito, at the Sonryu-in Temple was repaired and investigated in 1970, Shari (Buddhist relics) were found.
  897. When the stone was hit and steamed, or closed out, the game ended.
  898. When the story ends after punch lines are repeated several times, it is called "hyoshi ochi."
  899. When the story ends with a punch line in which things or positions are turned around, it is called "sakasa ochi."
  900. When the storytellers says, for example, 'I'm going to Shin-machi (a red-light district), a very merry place' (from 'Three Written Vows'), the musicians in the backstage begin to play the shamisen as they sing, expressing the glamour of the district.
  901. When the stupa diffused to China under the Han Dynasty, it was combined with the local architectural style and became the Chinese pagoda.
  902. When the subject matter of a program is related to the West or modern times, makeup is generally similar to that of ballet, but when they are in Japanese style such as Jidaigeki, makeup seems to be closer to that of Kabuki Buyo or Taishu Engeki.
  903. When the sufficient number of coins was produced, zeniza was dissolved.
  904. When the superintendent officer of the Mito Domain Hyobu YAMAGUNI heard that Koshiro raised an army and that his younger brother Inanoemon TAMARU was made as the shusho, he went to see them by the order of the lord of the domain Yoshiatsu to talk them out of it.
  905. When the superior conducted Joiuchi, he sometimes had his man have a short sword, instigated him, and immediately killed him using a blade.
  906. When the surface dries a little, sprinkle some shavings of dried fish in a circular manner.
  907. When the surrounding area is developed and the Chinju no Mori is left isolated, the vegetation, which originally covered a wide area is cut back.
  908. When the sword fight incident occurred, he was in Edo as an envoy sent by Emperor Higashiyama.
  909. When the sword fight incident occurred, he was in Edo as an messenger sent by Retired Emperor Reigen.
  910. When the sword had passed to MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu, it is said to have been used by his retainer, WATANABE no Tsuna, to cut off the arm of an Oni (ogre) on the Ichijomodori-bashi Bridge, and its name was changed to Onikiri (Oni Cutter).
  911. When the system of tax-management apparently became successful, the kokushi, and especially the higher ranking kami, was no longer required to be present in the appointed province
  912. When the takuan absorbs the soy sauce flavor, remove the pot from the heat, transfer the dish onto a plate, sprinkle white sesame (hineri-goma (soporific roasted sesame crushed with fingers), and sliced dried red chili pepper in rounds as topping.
  913. When the tale ends, he is still on the throne, therefore he is often called Kinjo no Mikado for convenience.
  914. When the taster gets drunk, it blunts his or her sensibility to the taste and the ability of the appraiser gets weak.
  915. When the technique of using bamboo materials was established in the Heian period, people made use of the characteristics of bamboo that is easy to process in constant width and began to made square baskets for a box to keep clothes.
  916. When the teeth of a severed head were stained, 'Ohaguro' (black painted teeth) was applied.
  917. When the temperature reaches its maximum, the order of stacking kojibuta is changed for final temperature adjustment.
  918. When the temples made important decisions, shue usually passed resolutions and when direct actions such as direct petitions were carried out, shue passed the resolutions beforehand.
  919. When the ten stems and the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac are used together, yin and yang cannot be combined, however any combination of yin and yin or yang and yang is possible.
  920. When the term "Tenno" alone is used, it usually means Gozu Tenno.
  921. When the term 'Kake Udon' was specifically used to distinguish it from other Udon noodles, it indicated Udon noodles in hot soup broth without toppings (the same Udon noodles as 'Su Udon' in the Kansai region).
  922. When the term 'zenza' (warm-up) is used in Kamigata rakugo it therefore mostly designates the order of appearance.
  923. When the term expired the councilors retired and the class of cultivators called colonus was forbidden to move out from their living territories.
  924. When the term of ochudo is used with no additional explanation, it mostly means roto (retainers) of the Ise-Heishi (Taira clan) defeated in Jisho-Juei War and their descendants.
  925. When the third Shogun, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, opened trade between Japan and the Ming Dynasty in China, their disciples worked as advisers on diplomacy.
  926. When the third regent Yasutoki HOJO died, the bakufu was split into a regent, the Hojo clan side and the shogun side, and kept fighting against each other.
  927. When the third shogun MINAMOTO no Sanetomo was assassinated in 1219 and the blood line of the MINAMOTO family died out, he was seen as a candidate for shogun because his parents were on MINAMOTO no Sanetomo's mother's side, but he established the Kujo family because his younger brother Yoritsune became shogun.
  928. When the three stayed in Onsen yado (hot-spring hotel), OKITA tried to convince him to forget that they met; YAMANAMI didn't accept his offer.
  929. When the tide of the war started to turn against Japan, he advocated peace, as his viewpoint opposed Hideki TOJO.
  930. When the time comes, an official wearing Tsugi kamishimo (a ceremonial dress of the warrior class) appears from Umaba dono (a palace in the middle of a horse-riding ground) to tell Maribugyo the order of the lord to start a game of Dakyu.
  931. When the timetable was revised in September, 2003, the rollsign became a red background with white letters.
  932. When the tip of the sheath is struck on an enemy and removed or when the enemy cuts away the sheath, they move straight forward and stab.
  933. When the toji judges that moromi has "matured, "alcohol and auxiliary materials are added to it.
  934. When the train starts at a station where the crew change has been made, it is sometimes signaled with an alarm horn.
  935. When the trains first began running, Kitano Station, to the south of Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine, was the station of origin; however, with the expansion of Imadegawa-dori Street, Kitano Hakubaicho became the station of origin.
  936. When the treaties between five countries in the Ansei era were concluded, even though Japan sacrificed extraterritoriality, they prevented foreigners from doing business.
  937. When the trigger is released in the middle of aiming, the serpentine, which is resisted by the upward force of the spring, returns to the lifted position.
  938. When the troop led by Oyori arrived in Omi Province, they fought against their enemies at the River Yokokawa in Okinaga and defeated them on July 7, killing their Commander-in-Chief SAKABE no Kusuri.
  939. When the troops were dispatched to Korea in 1592, he set up a camp in Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province.
  940. When the trouble is solved, a ceremony called teuchi (a Japanese custom of ceremonial rhythmic hand clapping, performed at the end of a special event) is performed.
  941. When the truth came out that such an enormous sum of public money had been lent, 'without any objection', by the Ministry of the Army, several army officers from Satsuma, including Toshiaki KIRINO, launched an investigation thoroughly.
  942. When the two are about to go toward the hanamichi, Bannai, who is supposed to have been beaten, appears again.
  943. When the two lovers are talking together, Uneme no Tsubone comes there to escape.
  944. When the two men asked Sakuan if he liked playing Igo, he answered in a humble manner saying he is crazy about it though he is no good, and gradually became familiar with them as he conversed with them.
  945. When the two men face each other, they realize they know each other.
  946. When the two men just talked about a letter from a geisha of Fukagawa, Koman, another boat comes up.
  947. When the unit pieces are put together, it is preferable to support the whole model only by the friction of paper, but they can also be glued together or sewn by threads.
  948. When the unit's digit is not zero, weight should always be written with monme.
  949. When the use of the depot on the eastern side was discontinued, two extra sidetracks for keeping trains remained; however, one of them was later removed in order to expand the platform widths, so that only one extra sidetrack remains.
  950. When the velodrome opened in 1950, it was named Mukomachi Keirin Velodrome after the municipality, 'Mukomachi.'
  951. When the viewing was over, the person who held the head raised voices after he placed the head, which was turned to face the enemy, on a tray outside the chumon gate or on a lid of a bucket for served head and he stepped back the distance of about five bows.
  952. When the viewing was taking place, located to the left of the commander between the commander and those individuals looking at him was a sosha (a person in charge of informing a shogun or daimyo of the name of visitors to the residence before a meeting) who announced the name of the person who severed the head.
  953. When the village system became effective in 1889, Fukakusa village integrated 28 towns out of 35 towns which had belonged to the former Fushimi kumi No. 1, which were then reorganized into the following 19 Oaza.
  954. When the wailing voice of Shitateruhime mourning Amenowakahiko's death was carried to heaven, Amatsukunitama, Amenowakahiko's father, descended to earth, built a mourning hut, and performed funeral rites.
  955. When the wall painting of the Kon-do Hall was burnt down, Join tried to tear himself away from a disciple who held him in a full nelson and burst into the hall where it was still burning.
  956. When the war was resolved as the Western forces were outnumbered, he and his father escaped to Mino Province, relying on Shigeyori TOKI.
  957. When the war-torn era started by the turmoil of the Onin War, numbers of inferior swords made by mass production called 'Kazu-uchi mono' started to appear to respond to the massive demand, which intensified the deterioration in the quality of swords.
  958. When the water boils in the cauldron, if a sound like lowing cattle is produced, it indicates a good fortune, but if not, a bad fortune.
  959. When the water got too deep for the horse to touch the bottom of the river, the rider dismounted from the horse at its neck, helped it with going forward holding the bit, and then the rider moved behind the horse to drive it on.
  960. When the water got too deep for the horse to touch the bottom of the river, the rider moved back until he was sitting on the horse's buttocks and drove the horse forward using reins attached to rings on the hemp cloth.
  961. When the water well of the Tenshin-in temple dried out, Ryoo dug out the old unused water well and named it Sairai-i (reborn water well).
  962. When the weather is good, one can enjoy the view of Maejima Wharf and ferries depart and arrive by as well as the mountains in Oura Peninsula over the sea, which has been a good spot to relax for many people.
  963. When the wedding took place in 1563, Mino Province was still a territory of Tatsuoki SAITO, and Mitsuhide was still wandering throughout other provinces as a ronin(masterless samurai).
  964. When the whole shape of the statue had been modeled, the clay inside the core is scraped out from a hole which was cut in an inconspicuous place such as on the back of the statue; then wooden framework is placed inside the statue for reinforcement and to prevent warpage.
  965. When the wife asks, 'What is that sound?,' Yugiri says, 'This is the sound of a kinuta pounded by the villagers.'
  966. When the wife comes out of the door, she looks completely changed as if she was a different woman.
  967. When the wife of Futoshi TOHEI, the retainer of Kojiro Tokikage KOBAYASHI was passing by, Tokiie took two of her horses, the kuchitori (a person who hold a rope on a horse's mouth) Kojiro caught the man,' 'Tokikage pleaded his act was violent.
  968. When the wife of Kiyotaka KURODA died from disease after the end of Seinan War in March 1878, KAWAJI opened her grave to confirm her natural death, because a rumor spread that KURODA had got drunk and killed her.
  969. When the wind blows white waves can be seen out at sea (robbers strike on Mt. Tatsuta-yama), I worry that you travel alone at night.
  970. When the wind blows, autumn leaves of trees and grasses are withered away. That is why people call the mountain wind storm.
  971. When the wind blows, white waves appear at sea behind Mt. Tatsuta, you come alone at night.
  972. When the wind blows, white waves appear at sea beyond Mt. Tatsuta, are you climbing over the mountain all alone at night. (alas, I am worried)'
  973. When the wind blows, whitecaps in the offing, Mt. Tatsuta-yama, you at night, walk alone
  974. When the wind is in the east, I want it to blow the scent of Japanese plum flowers to me; even if I disappear from here, you, Japanese plum flowers, do not forget spring.' (SUGAWARA no Michizane)
  975. When the wise man was living in seclusion, Momokawa contracted a friendship with him.
  976. When the woman was feeling depressed over her love life, an early winter shower passed her by instead of her lover.
  977. When the woman whom Sadamoto took to the appointed province as Mikawa no kami died, he was so overwhelmed by the sorrow that he kept holding her body in bed for a while, instead of burying her.
  978. When the wood is raised from the Miya-gawa River, a procedure called 'Donden' where the timber is drained of water is conducted in the traditional manner.
  979. When the word 'Hama' is written in the Chinese character, it can also be construed as a word meaning 'driving away devils'; this produced the custom of presenting a toy comprised of a bow-and-arrow set in the New Year to the family with a son.
  980. When the word came to Japan, it became the Chinese style name of Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards), and it was also called Makushita or Ryuei.
  981. When the words 'kassei-shu' (active sake) are written on the label, this often means to be sparkling.
  982. When the work is entrusted to a professional, it is usually honbuki (literally, real thatching), where the ears of grass are placed upwards.
  983. When the world became more peaceful in the Azuchi-Momoyama period, intellectuals wanted to 'have beautiful handwritings for practice in penmanship' or 'obtain them for appreciation'.
  984. When the worm came out and tried to run away, it was beaten up to be killed, and the patient recovered thereafter.
  985. When the writing of kemari (Japanese ancient Imperial court game like kick-ball) was sent from Kyoto, Azuma Kagami writes, 'What the Shogun especially loved was poetry and kick-ball among various things he enjoyed.'
  986. When the writing was finished, the pain in his right arm was gone magically.
  987. When the year of Emperor Jimmu's enthronment "the year of kanototori" is calculated on the basis of the period of reign of successive emperors, it falls on 660 B.C., and the month of his enthronment was "harushogatsu," which is around the first day of spring, and the date of the enthronment (eto) was "Kanoetatsu."
  988. When the younger sister of the present Otodo Tankaiko (FUJIWARA no Fuhito) was to become the empress of Tang, three treasures were sent to Koufuku-ji Temple from Emperor Gao Zong (Tang).
  989. When their father retired in 1615, the 4th son, Nagamasa, and the 5th son, Naonaga, each received 10,000 koku out of the 30,000 koku that Nagamasu held in the Yamato District.
  990. When their parents are from different generations, the generation of the paternal side is stated.
  991. When there are no materialistic things in your heart, your body will be at peace.
  992. When there are rice, salt, water, and sake, they are placed in the following order from the left facing the kamidana: water, sake, rice, and salt, or water and salt in the first row and sake and rice in the second, or water and salt in the first, sake in the second, and rice in the third.
  993. When there are several countries, which implement gold standard system, 'gold' is practically the universal currency even though their currencies in circulation are different.
  994. When there are two haiden halls, the one toward you is called ge-haiden, or outer haiden, and the one at the back nai-haiden, or inner haiden.
  995. When there is a big event celebrated along the line, such as the Gion Festival, Uji-gawa River Fireworks Display and Tenjin Festival, the service is reinforced by operating special trains (or extending the operational section of regular trains), particularly at night.
  996. When there is a change in a structure attracting tourists, it is difficult to review the estimating method.
  997. When there is a pungent smell (similar to the smell of glue made of synthetic resin or a smell of thinner), you may pour in some salt water and stir it.
  998. When there is an extra syllable(s) in any of the three parts of the 5-7-5 structure, it is referred to as jiamari (literally, extra characters).
  999. When there is an opponent, one should be fair, modest and calm, and should be thankful to have the opponent to compete against.
  1000. When there is courage in your heart, you will not regret.

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