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  1. When there is devotion in your heart, you will be very loyal.
  2. When there is endurance in your heart, you will be able to balance things.
  3. When there is more than one torii in the approach, we call the first of the torii "ichi no torii' and the second of the torii "ni no torii," starting with the one farthest from the shrine.
  4. When there is no anger in your heart, your words will be gentle.
  5. When there is no arrogance in your heart, you will know the goodness in people.
  6. When there is no arrogance in your heart, you will save people.
  7. When there is no avarice in your heart you will not desire.
  8. When there is no cloud in your heart, your heart will be calm.
  9. When there is no confusion in your heart, you will not find fault with others.
  10. When there is no ego in your heart, you will not doubt.
  11. When there is no endless greed in your heart, you will not grovel to people.
  12. When there is no evil thought in your heart, you will nurture people.
  13. When there is no greed in your heart, you will oblige.
  14. When there is no mistake in your heart, you will not fear people.
  15. When there is no selfishness in your heart, you won't forget winsomeness.
  16. When there is room for pity on the part of a criminal, a kind of disciplinary action called 'nobori-azuke'' was carried out based on an unwritten law of the time, whereby 'nobori' (banner) used in the criminal's hikimawashi was given to the criminal's employer.
  17. When there occurs an air hole in solder connections due to poor soldering, this is called 'tempura handa (soldering).'
  18. When there was a Senge (imperial proclamation) for the ingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing) for the Imperial Princess born between her and the Cloistered Emperor, and became 'Senyomonin' in July 1191, Tango no tsubone gained the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  19. When there was a Sessho (regent) or Kanpaku (chief adviser), they were seated at the Ichiza.
  20. When there was a fire at his palace (Gosho) after he abdicated the throne, as he was escaping to a safe place he sang loudly inside the cow-drawn carriage.
  21. When there was a news about a shipwreck, gyogi (manager) of kaisen donya (wholesaler in port) and sodai (representative of consignors) were dispatched to the coast near the accident site, where they investigated the extent of damage (this is called 'ura-aratame').
  22. When there was a petition by armed priests of the Nanto sect in the winter of the same year, Shigemori, following the imperial order, sent one of his family members, TAIRA no Sadayoshi, to Uji.
  23. When there was a vacancy for Daijin (Minister) a member of the house of minister was promoted to Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) directly from Dainagon (chief councilor of state) without serving as Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards) (unlike the Seiga family, he could not serve as Konoe no daisho at the same time).
  24. When there was an offer for Sowa to serve Toshitsune MAEDA, the third lord of Kaga Domain, as a tea ceremony master of the house, Sowa declined it and instead had Shichinosuke (七之助) Masauji, the second head of the family, serve the lord.
  25. When there was an under-enrollment at imperial universities the capacity was filled preferentially by the graduates and the potential graduates of former higher schools.
  26. When there was no habit of or water available for washing closes everyday, this event had significance for the prevention of plagues by the semiannual replacement before summer when bacteria were likely to be developed.
  27. When there was nothing left that could be done in Chinese medicine, Ransai was called to provide aid from Western medicine, and the drug he prescribed soon worked well enough to save the life of High Priest Monnyo.
  28. When there were a lot of 'Kuni no miyatsuko' (Local ruling families in ancient Japan), Shiga was in the territory of 'Yamato sovereignty' (the ancient Japan sovereignty).
  29. When there were seven games left, the team made it certain that it would be positioned in the top two of the annual ranking, and it was concluded that the team would return to J1 after an interval of two seasons.
  30. When there were strong tensions between Shiragi and Bokkai (from 758 to 763), envoys came and went almost every year.
  31. When these are called 'ten steps,' the two ways mentioned above are excluded.
  32. When these buildings were grouped in an area, the area was called "In."
  33. When these chigo grew up, most of them returned to secular lives, but there were a few who became priests.
  34. When these expressways open, the situation of road traffic will be greatly improved between the Hanshin area and the northern Kinki area, so the automobile traffic will increase and change in terms of its flow; additionally, the express bus will reduce the time needed to cover the distance and will have more frequent service than at present.
  35. When these facilities were concentrated in one place, it provided an urban spectacle.
  36. When these local courts were installed, Japan was in the middle of the Boshin War, and Niigata, Sado and Hakodate did not fall under the control of the new government yet.
  37. When these two figures "4" and "十" are arranged and combined lengthways, the newly created figure looks like '弁,' which is a Chinese character applied to "Ekiben"(駅弁).
  38. When these utensils are used in serving tea at atoza (the latter part of a formal tea ceremony), chasen kazari (explained later) will be conducted.
  39. When they are above certain standards, they are allowed to be designated as Gonguji under Guji (chief of those who serves shrine, controls festivals and general affairs).
  40. When they are completely cool, they are put into the hoiro again, roasted for some time until they become too hot to touch, removed from the heat and allowed to cool.
  41. When they are put together with laws regarding shrines, they can be called "Jisha-ho" or "Shaji-ho" (literally, temple and shrine law).
  42. When they arrive at the barrier, Togashi starts questioning.
  43. When they arrived at Hashirimizu no umi (present day the Uraga Channel), Yamatotakeru's thoughtless words and deeds aroused the anger of Watatsumi (a tutelary of the sea).
  44. When they arrived at Keta no Misaki (Cape Keta) there was a naked hare lying down.
  45. When they arrived at a vacant lot in the southern part of Shimozato Village, Okuhira and others suggested that they should behead Shimoji according to the covenant, and tied him onto a big tree.
  46. When they ask a neighbor about it, they figure out that nobody has lived there for three years.
  47. When they asked him if he was crying over Iemochi's bad behavior, he answered that he had a sudden bout of incontinence due to his age.
  48. When they became nuns after their husband's death, for example, women had haircuts called amasogi which was to cut at shoulder length their fine, long hair they had had for a long time.
  49. When they chant loud, "In with good fortune! Out with the demons", throwing beans, Fuku no kami appears with a big laugh.
  50. When they conferred on an important matter, they exchanged their opinions through writing on ash placed in the Goyobeya as the best measure to prevent their talks from being eavesdropped and not to leave any documentary evidences.
  51. When they consume alcohol (ethanol), people become intoxicated due to its sedative effect, get relieved from stress which has restrained them, and stop refraining from various pleasures.
  52. When they crossed the sea from Kyoto to Korea, Yukinaga KONISHI secretly informed the Korean troops of Kiyomasa's possible landing point so that they could kill him.
  53. When they departed on June 24th, there were only twenty some followers.
  54. When they entered the gate of the palace, seven children and eight children saw him.
  55. When they examined the dead body, since he was an old man wearing a white robe, they were certain that it was Kira with scars on his face and his back, and his head was cut off by Jujiro, since he was the first to attack him.
  56. When they fell into a sleep late at night, suddenly a few men (probably they were Toshizo HIJIKATA, Keisuke YAMANAMI, Soji OKITA, Sanosuke HARADA from Shieikanha group) stepped in the bed room at the back; they killed SERIZAWA and HIRAYAMA, as well as Oume who was present at that moment.
  57. When they fight in the dark, they locate enemies by hooking the scabbard on the tip of the sword.
  58. When they first came to Japan, the Hata clan was given land near Gose City, Nara Prefecture from the sovereignty of Yamato.
  59. When they got to Aizu, Waichiro was formally appointed as the role of army provisions, and followed the army to various places.
  60. When they got to a certain age (sixteen in the early modern period and younger in the Jodai, or the era around the Nara period), girls had a kichijitsu (days considered to be lucky) chosen and their hair trimmed at the ceremony of Binsogi (a ceremony to celebrate girls' coming of age by trimming their hair), which corresponds to the present-day coming of age ceremony.
  61. When they make public speeches in front of groups of believers, the speeches will be defined under the name of 'greetings' or 'encouragement.'
  62. When they met again next time, the friend proudly showed his sword to Ryoma. Ryoma took a handgun out of his inside pocket, showing it to his friend and said "The sword is useless at all in the presence of the gun."
  63. When they met with each other third time, the friend showed Ryoma a handgun which he had bought, but this time Ryoma took a foreign book on international public law out of his internal pocket and said to him "From now on, we must know the world."
  64. When they offer sake to Fuku no kami, the god starts singing.
  65. When they passed the final examination at the Imperial Household Agency, they were sent to "Dajokan" (Grand Council of State), and after the examination at Shikibusho for appointment, they were conferred with ranks.
  66. When they placed their camp by the Inukami-gawa River about 20 km to Fuwa, where the enemy's battlefront base was located, SOGA no Hatayasu and KOSE no Hito killed Yamabe no Okimi.
  67. When they pulled it up, they found the basket with full of oyster mushrooms instead of Nobutada.
  68. When they reached Kyo (present-day Kyoto) to hatch a plan, Kiyokawa tried to return to Edo to expell foreigners from Japan together with roshi-gumi.
  69. When they reached the Palace the battle was almost over.
  70. When they reached the first southern corner of Kyoshoden, they turned east and moved forward on either side of chido (the road exclusive to the emperor), and when they reached the forecourt of Shishinden, they moved south.
  71. When they reached the offshore of Chojijin in Ganghwa Island, displaying the national flag of Japan in search of drinkable water, Korean garrison opened fire toward them from the third gun battery placed on Ganghwa Island.
  72. When they return to Sanrojukusho (lodging at the north of Nigatsudo hall in Todaiji Temple) after finishing all the gyoho on that day, they run down stone stairway calling each other "Chozu chozu."
  73. When they settled in Japan, they formed a clan.
  74. When they spend their time in silence, outside a Bupposo bird cries 'buppan buppan.'
  75. When they spread nationwide and become popular, they were no longer referred to as local dishes.
  76. When they started actions to expel Asada, the clash between the two parties intensified.
  77. When they talked about who is the strongest swordsman of those dead and those alive, all the participants agreed on Fukuzawa.
  78. When they tell receivers about a world which humans don't know with confidence, it is often difficult to judge if it is true and makes receivers embarrassed.
  79. When they took it down to the bottom of the valley and pulled it up again, they saw Nobutada in the basket with a bunch of oyster mushrooms in his hand.
  80. When they took the action, they encountered soldiers of the Aizu Domain and fought them.
  81. When they use kaishi as a plate, they place a sheaf of folded kaishi making sure its folded part comes to the front side, and they use the top right or the top left of the paper to clean off their chopsticks after eating the sweets.
  82. When they visited Tamakazura, Yugiri caught a glimpse of her and was fascinated by her beauty but, at the same time, he was suspicious of Genji's unfatherly-like behavior toward her.
  83. When they went to a western style grave that Manjiro had built, four assassins tried to attack Manjiro, but Izo had sensed the two ambushes that were hiding, and told Manjiro not to escape impulsively but to stay put with his back against the gravestone, and slew the two attackers down.
  84. When they were approaching the Toyotomi army, the Tokugawa army was defeated and a number of their troops were damaged badly in the Battle of Sanada-maru (December 3 and 4 [the old calendar]), the greatest battle in besieging Osaka Castle, which was triggered by the provocation of the Toyotomi side.
  85. When they were attacked by the Asakura army led by Kagemasa MAEBA, they fought back, but Masahisa SAKAI was killed in battle and Nobusada and others escaped.
  86. When they were enjoying sarugaku (form of theatre popular), suddenly horses were let loose and big noises were heard just like all the gates of the residence were closed.
  87. When they were found on February 12, Private Karuishi was lying as if to cover Captain Okitsu.
  88. When they were introduced in 1965 to the Keihin-Tohoku Line, where distances between stations is longer than two kilometers, their suitability as commuting cars was tested by adjusting the gear ratio for a little bit more high-speed or by using MT54.
  89. When they were just about to leave, having finished inspection, Kuranosuke offered them tea again to keep them, and mentioned restoration of the Asano family for the third time.
  90. When they were made to do construction work outside the walls, they annoyed peasants by calling themselves "laborers for the Shogunate."
  91. When they were made to do the filiing of documents in the warehouse of documents of the Ministry of Finance in Takebashi, they tore the documents spoiled by officials and took them to the Yoseba (because sheets of paper were very expensive those days).
  92. When they were released from army they did not have jobs, and many of them became bandits.
  93. When they were returned to Japan's mainland by the U.S. Forces in 1968, all the villages within Ogasawara Subprefecture were merged into Ogasawara Village.
  94. When thinking about the sense of the times based on a painting, it is necessary to consider the matter by making a distinction between the parts which show the painting style, and the parts which show the changes in the sense of feminine beauty of the times.
  95. When this Shinkansen line started its operation, this name was used for the trains that stopped at the every station on the line.
  96. When this affair occurred, the Japanese Communist Party, which reconstituted as a result of the third meeting at Goshiki Onsen Hot Spring in December, 1926, had not yet been reconstituted.
  97. When this biased distribution was still predominant, the theory that the island from Chukyo to the west was divided into two parts, 'the dotaku cultural area' and 'the dohoko cultural area,' was not treated as a hypothesis and seriously discussed.
  98. When this city was established due to the merger, it included 'Tango-cho' and it seems that the people in charge wanted to be considerate to other towns; that was why the city named itself 'Kyotango City' although there was no overlapping.
  99. When this costume was first established it had more of a neutral form, such as wearing a sekitai (a type of sash, made of leather) like men's sokutai and styling the hair in 'agemaki' (locks of hair looped and tied above the ears), a form also worn by boys.
  100. When this element is deposited between the cuticles of the fude, the brush of the fude will not swell or roll because the carbon blocks the water.
  101. When this fault triggers the earthquake, its damage will be tremendous, so rapid seismic strengthening works of the buildings are under way.
  102. When this happened, Nagayoshi left a will stating that his first and second sons, Nagatsune IKEDA and Nagazumi IKEDA, would each inherit one half of his territory.
  103. When this happened, in contrast to other common territories where the honjo was a Kuge acting as the lord of a manor, the Kuge was obliged to follow the provisions of the law in the same manner as a samurai family playing the role of Jito.
  104. When this incident occurred, Masamune was out in the field for hunting, but he rushed back to the castle and chased after the entourage of HATAKEYAMA, and shot everyone to death along with his father, Terumune.
  105. When this incident occurred, it was Tokitane at the position of the Chiba no suke, who was only 13 years old.
  106. When this incident occurred, two of three sacred emblems of the Imperial Family, Yasakani no Magatama and Ama no murakumo no Tsurugi, were lost in the sea.
  107. When this kind of thing happens from now on, who would be in trouble if he makes little of the fidelity.'
  108. When this occurred, Shigehira went on a mission to address Goshirakawa.
  109. When this occurred, Sozen supported Yoshinari by securing the support of retired Emperor Gohanazono and Emperor Gotsuchimikado, but Katsumoto watched the event calmly since he was prohibited by Yoshimasa from letting himself be involved in the Hatayama family dispute.
  110. When this occurred, kaieki was applied even though there was a successor, and when those who had run away were captured, they were sometimes executed because they were 'not loyal.'
  111. When this play is performed as a present kabuki play, it is performed in the form of three acts and six scenes.
  112. When this prohibition was violated and a shogunal retainer received a rank or post directly (not via the Kamakura shogunate) or without permission, that was called Jiyuninkan.
  113. When this record was found in 1897, there was another theory advocated by Hisashi HOSHINO that what was called Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) was in fact Yozei-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  114. When this redecorating work was completed in 1953, the line exceeded the prewar level in various aspects including the cars.
  115. When this service was started, in accordance with the operation of 'MOMIJI (maple) Special' Rapid, 'Uji Free Ticket' was launched as one of the special autumn ticket series known as 'MOMIJI (maple) Ticket.'
  116. When this story reached Kyoto and the ears of Retired Emperor Goshirakawa, he got the impression that TAIRA no Yasuyori, despite his rank of deputy provincial governor, was a trustworthy young man infused with the spirit of Bushido (the code of the samurai), and promoted him to the post of kinju (attendant).
  117. When this temple was once excommunicated during Jitsunyo's lifetime, Renjun allegedly compelled the followers of Honpuku-ji Temple to sign to approve forged evidence as true.
  118. When this treaty was concluded, the powerful countries of Western Europe were spreading into East Asia, holding up the modern international law on one hand but practicing the principle of survival of the fittest on the other hand.
  119. When this unit sen was introduced into Japan, it was called 'monme,' which was an abbreviation for mekata (weight) of 1 mon-sen.
  120. When this was carried out, Takatoshi SHIJO, baron, visited the Daigo family and arrested Kakutaro, but Tadayuki and his eldest daughter, Tameko, were killed.
  121. When those organizations became outdated later on, posts outside the original ritsuryo code (Ryoge no kan) were set up to fit with the times.
  122. When three months had passed the fisherman began to miss home, and he was given a paper parcel by the girl, being warned not to open it.
  123. When through these movements, Mitsutoki and others noticed the disclosure of their plot, he entered the priesthood together with his brother, Tokiyuki HOJO, and surrendered.
  124. When to drink
  125. When togyo is performed during the night, a lantern procession is added and festival cars are also lit up.
  126. When tomesode is worn by someone of the Imperial family or when an ordinary person pays a visit to the Imperial Palace for bestowal of an order and the like, it is customary to wear iro-tomesode.
  127. When too little salt is used black spots appear on the surface and the meat is too soft to shape.
  128. When towns and villages reorganized themselves as a city, the ones that became a city in a later time than the one that shared the same name tended to attach the old provincial names to the city names that were to be duplicated.
  129. When tozama daimyo and fudai daimyo were stationed in the same province, the fudai daimyo were not required to stay in Edo under the sankin kotai system (the alternate residence system), but instead had to remain at their residence (in their hometown).
  130. When train use is limited within between Fukushima Station (located in Fukushima Prefecture) and Shinjo Station or between Morioka Station and Akita Station:
  131. When training his pupils, he sometimes gets so excited that he hits them.
  132. When trains are operated in a super-high speed on an electric railway line, lots of power is consumed.
  133. When trains enter Suzuka City, water surface is visible as the Suzuka-gawa River flows just south of the line.
  134. When trains of both lines arrive at the station simultaneously, trains of the Yamatoji Line use Platform 4, which is usually a sidetrack.
  135. When trains stop and pass each other at this station, the train heading toward Kyoto (inbound) comes in on Platform 1 and the train heading toward Sonobe (outbound) uses Platform 2.
  136. When trains to Demachiyanagi Station are delayed due to a disruption of the schedule, KER reschedules the timetable by stopping some trains at Sanjo Station and turning them back immediately, thereby allowing following trains to make up time.
  137. When transferring them during the rites and festivals, it may be described as 'wind through,' or 'march along.'
  138. When translating in Japanese, the former needs to be translated as "Kogo" and the latter, 'Jyotei.'
  139. When transportation began on October 21, the Seventh Division gathered in Tairen and belonged to the Third Army under the command of Maresuke NOGI.
  140. When troops of Oama no Miko were gathering in Fuwa-gun of Mino Province at the end of July, the special force of Omi Imperial Court launched a surprise attack on Tamakurabenomura.
  141. When troops of Oda and Tokugawa defeated the troops of Takeda in the Battle of Nagashino in 1575 thanks to the power of guns, the troops of Tokugawa obtained Totomi and Suruga, which were territories of Takeda, in 1582.
  142. When trouble between Shihakushi and Japanese merchants triggered arson and looting on a street in Neiha City, Sesson Yubai was arrested and charged with being a spy.
  143. When tuning Soh, attention should be paid to the fact that the name of a tune is different between the two schools.
  144. When two or more persons are performing, all attendees except the one who strikes the bell should keep the position of gassho until the first bell is struck.
  145. When two trains coming from opposite directions meet at the station, the one bound for Fukuchiyama (inbound train) stops at Platform 1 and the one bound for Kinosaki-onsen Hot Spring (outbound train) at Platform 2.
  146. When two wrestlers grab the backside of each other's belt from the same side (one wrester uses his right arm and his opponent uses his left arm), their arms cross each other.
  147. When unification of the whole country was in process with the power of Nobunaga ODA and then Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, there was the need to standardize the masu used nationwide in common, because the standard of the masu (or sho) affected the amount of nengu (land tax) paid by farmers.
  148. When universities under the new system of education were established following the school system reform in 1949, many of them were incorporated or merged by four-year universities (and partly to junior colleges) and finally abolished in 1951.
  149. When used as a costume in kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) and so on, it is about twice as long as a usual hakama for the purpose of presenting to the audience.
  150. When used as a throwing weapon, the feathers on an uchine stabilized flight, making it more accurate than a shuriken.
  151. When used as one of betrothal gifts, the kanji characters phonetically expressing surume are used symbolizing, along with another betrothal gift konbu (kelp) (written in kanji characters representing a fertile woman), the wish for woman's good health and many children.
  152. When used casually in movies or manga, productions can be considered to be corner-cutting.
  153. When used in Buddhism, this musical instrument is also known as kane or sho.
  154. When used in Chinese cooking, surume is first stretched by soaking in water.
  155. When used in concert, it plays the role of producing a steady rhythm.
  156. When used in cooking with small amount of liquids, abura-fu has to be developed by soaking in water.
  157. When used in soup, there is no need to develop abura-fu by soaking in water.
  158. When used in this sense, the Military Order in Europe is also included in the category of Sohei.
  159. When used to define a period of cultural history, it is also used to refer particularly to period of nationalistic culture of the Heian period which prospered mainly within the Imperial Court.
  160. When using a KANSAI THRU PASS, the fare to the Takaragaike Station is deducted first and then the difference is deducted at the destination.
  161. When using a bus, attention should be paid because the terminal will differ according to the destination.
  162. When using a card, you must pass it through a reading machine upon boarding a bus (when using a multi-section route) and when disembarking in order to pay the necessary fare.
  163. When using a chasen (a bamboo tea whisk) to stir green tea, each school of tea ceremony follows a different way of whisking.
  164. When using a frying pan, allow the fat to drip out during grilling before coating with sauce.
  165. When using a gotoku (three or four-legged kettle stand), bury it in 2-3 cm of ash so that it does not tilt even when an iron kettle is placed on it.
  166. When using beni, people used a wet thin cosmetic lipbrush to mix it with water little by little and applied the dissolved beni to the lips, or they sometimes directly used their third fingers to apply beni to their lips.
  167. When using buses the maximum of four numeric digits or characters (such as English letters) are printed on the card, followed by the company code.
  168. When using dried yeasts, shubo (yeast mash) is unnecessary.
  169. When using ingredients that take a long time to cook, it is better to grill them lightly on an iron plate.
  170. When using raw animal food such as fish, shellfish and chicken, it is necessary to boil it without fail to solidify water-soluble protein and thereby to prevent it from dissolving in water; otherwise, the stock will become cloudy and unpleasing to the eye.
  171. When using the KANSAI THRU PASS, "Kyoko" (京交) is printed on the card when you enter a station or get on a bus, while "KC" is printed on it when you exit a station or get off a bus.
  172. When using the fast brewing method by adding enzyme that was mentioned earlier, the brewing period can be shortened to about one month.
  173. When using the term 'Zenkoji soba' in conjunction with a product, it is necessary to obtain permission (by authority) from Zenko-ji Temple Executive Office as well as to pay the royalty to use the Zenkoji brand.
  174. When vegetations are wiped out in the rocky areas along the shore, a wide area of rocky shore will look ash white as roasted turban shell and, hence, this term 'isoyake' which means 'shore-burning.'
  175. When viewed from Kasamatsu-koen Park, Amanohashidate looks like 'Naname Ichimonji' (a slanting Chinese character of '一' (ichi, literally, one)).
  176. When viewed from the front, the small arms of the statue in Fujii-dera Temple appear to be coming directly out of the body, but they are actually attached to two column supports that stand just behind the statue.
  177. When vinegared rice is put into the device, sharidama are automatically formed.
  178. When visiting Okazaki-jo Castle saying that he came to pay a visit to his ancestors' graves, he could not enter the honmaru (the main compound of the castle), because the jodai officer occupied there, and entered the ninomaru (the second compound of the castle).
  179. When visiting Suikei-en Gardens, get off at the "Vocational Museum" bus stop.
  180. When visiting Uji in February, Kaoru misunderstood Ukifune's worrying looks as the growth of woman and promised her that he would invite her to Kyoto.
  181. When visiting a grave, you are required to offer not incense but Sakaki, rice, salt, water, sake, and so on.
  182. When visiting a graveyard with only a family name written on it, visitors should bring an object of worship, such as mitsuori honzon, and worship it while putting the palms of the hands together, chanting nenbutsu and invocating the name of Buddha.
  183. When visiting sacred places such as temples, some believers of other sects place goshuin on Shuin-cho (a notebook for sealing red seals of various sacred places) for record.
  184. When visiting the large lawn area, get off at "Keihanna Commemorative Park."
  185. When walked upon, the floors creak and make a sound.
  186. When walking Kohechi from Mt. Koya, the starting point is a slope at the right of the entrance of Kongosanmaiin Temple.
  187. When warming sake, water is not added.
  188. When was the turning point in Todo's life?
  189. When watching Dattan no gyobo, the critic Hideo KOBAYASHI said one word "Bach."
  190. When water freezes, countless ice crystals are created inside the tofu, and when the tofu is thawed they leave small holes.
  191. When water has penetrated from the outside of a rice grain into the central structure of sakamai (rice for brewing sake) where starch content is high (according to the language of toji and other workers in brewery "mentama" (literally, "eyeball"), the rice grain become literally transparent.
  192. When water is poured on the statue of Jizo Bosatsu, it pours into the mouth of Gaki, who suffers forever in the netherworld.
  193. When we bend the second joint of a finger with the first joint kept stretched, we cannot put the power to the first joint.
  194. When we compare gonkan and regular posts, taking the example of Dainagon (chief council of state) and Gon Dainagon (provisional chief council of state), there were cases where both had the same authority as well as cases where one had authority while the other was a nominal post.
  195. When we consider influence to a certain case, it is difficult to determine whether the case was just affected by "Bankoku Koho" or by other factors.
  196. When we consider sake as an alcoholic drink, as it requires high-level fermenting technology compared to other alcoholic drinks such as whisky and wine, it is a type of alcoholic drink that requires a lot of effort and labor to complete as a product.
  197. When we entered the leaders' office following HENMI, among various abandoned goods, the things that attracted our attention slightly were a three-stringed Japanese banjo and a pair of female low wooden clogs.
  198. When we look down at the ground, we feel our sorrow deepen by the dust of ash glowing red in the sun, causing everyone to cry over what we have lost.
  199. When we order a set of clothes for shichi-go-san at a dress rental firm, hifu is usually included in the set.
  200. When we say "First 'koji,' second 'moto,' and third 'tsukuri', " "tsukuri" is used for this meaning.
  201. When we weigh 1 ryo with chia-liang standard measure in "Book of Han, Treatise on rhythm and the calendar," actual measured value was 14.167 grams which equivalent to 1 'smaller ryo.'
  202. When wearing formal samurai kimono, a long sword was worn when viewing a head.
  203. When wearing hitatare of the Kamakura period the hem of the hakama was tied up.
  204. When wearing the Men, players fix it with a men himo string.
  205. When wearing the Men, players put their lower jaws on the lower part of the uchiwa and adjust their eye level to the monomi.
  206. When wearing women's hakama (formal divided skirt) at coming of age ceremonies or graduation ceremonies, they tie the hanhaba obi in ichimonji-musubi knot and put hakama on it in order to make their back style look beautiful.
  207. When wearing yukata (Japanese summer kimono), Geta are basically put on barefoot.
  208. When wearing zori as part of a "barefoot lifestyle," one always wear zori without socks.
  209. When wearing, its hems at the bottom are wringed.
  210. When white sauce is used, it is called cream korokke, and these include 'crab cream korokke,' 'shrimp cream korokke' and 'corn cream korokke.'
  211. When whole soybeans are used as raw materials, many unprocessed fats from them are separated during the preparation process, and float over moromi making a fat film as it was prescribed in the paragraph of the preparation process.
  212. When withdrawing in the final passage, Okaji removes a facial tissue from Danshichi's beard to indicate their harmony.
  213. When word got out that Saigo had instructed to exercise clemency on the Shonai Clan retainers, he rose to fame throughout Shonai.
  214. When working as the head of the Geography Bureau at the Ministry of Home Affairs, he strove to set up the meteorological stations nationwide and laid the foundation of the weather observation network.
  215. When worn in Kamishimo (a formal samurai attire consisting of a stiff, sleeveless jacket and a hakama), the hakama part is often made as a shimaibakama.
  216. When wrapping a noshi envelope, wrap migimae (left side tucked under the right) for congratulations such as wedding, and wrap hidarimae (right side tucked under the left) for sad occasions such as funeral.
  217. When yamagasa eshi painters originally drew preliminary sketches, ornaments and dolls were asymmetrically arranged on the basis of their viewpoints about landscape composition.
  218. When yasei-kobo proliferates in a bucket or a tank, the sake produced itself does not have the quality which is aimed at even though the right yeast for seishu has been added.
  219. When yokai in modern Japanese culture is introduced to English-speaking countries, the translation 'monster' is often used.
  220. When yosan, or western mathematics, was introduced to Japan after opening the country during the Meiji period, this practice of dedicating sangaku also contributed to the smooth introduction of a new type of mathematics.
  221. When you are at Keihan Shijyo Station, Hankyu Kawaramachi Station, or Karasuma Station, please get on the Kyoto City Bus No. 12, and get off at Ichijyo Modori-bashi.
  222. When you are expecting when and where those happen, you are being manipulated by a devil.
  223. When you can not take care for a long time because of a trip, etc, you can prevent it from rotting for a while by adding extra amounts of salt on the surface and then placing it in the refrigerator.
  224. When you come right down to it, it was more like a currency by weight and modernly interpreted, it was equivalent to ingot.
  225. When you dash some water on a hot iron plate or a frying pan, the water conglobates, bubbles, and gradually evaporates, which is regarded as a guide to proceed.
  226. When you do it by yourself, you should set a 'yahazu' (the forked edge of a bamboo stick) against the wall beforehand.
  227. When you eat meat, offer it to God once first and receive it from him.'
  228. When you feel an overly strong stimulation in your nose, you can soon be released from the discomfort by breathing deeply through your nose, since the substances stimulating your nose can be evaporated by doing so.
  229. When you go through that gate you will see in front of you the Carriage Porch at the entrance to Ninomaru Goten.
  230. When you have a dinner with a number of persons, you should be careful in your dining speed, in order not to finish remarkably earlier than others, nor to remain eating while others have finished.
  231. When you have dinner in zashiki and other places where people sit on zabuton (traditional Japanese cushions), the layout of sitting positions of participants is decided to suggest implicitly their hierarchy (please refer to "Kamiza" [a seat of honor]).
  232. When you have to get some fuel outdoors to boil water for tea, it seems that one can have a valuable experience which is difficult to gain in an indoor tea ceremony as indicated by the anecdote of the tea ceremony in Hakozaki.
  233. When you have to hold slightly heavier bowls such as those of ceramics, you press your thumb's webbing against the rim of the bowl to keep it firm.
  234. When you hear a name of such sushi, it is quite difficult to image the dish.
  235. When you insert the naka-bukuro into the koden-bukuro, you should place it with its front facing you.
  236. When you insert the naka-bukuro into the outer envelope (koden-bukuro), you should fold back the lower end of the koden-bukuro first and then fold back the upper end so that the upper end overlaps the folded-back lower end.
  237. When you insert two or more notes, you should stack them in the same direction before insertion.
  238. When you intersect different parts of the fundoshi, the fastening strengths of the yoko-fundoshi and tate-fundoshi should be adjusted.
  239. When you make Akashi-yaki, a device with a copper body is basically used.
  240. When you make Shuto, clean thoroughly bonito's stomach and intestines with water, and salt down in 20 % salt-water solution for salty one and 10 % salt-water solution for mild one.
  241. When you make koicha (thick tea), be sure to use fairly hot water, dry the tea bowl before starting to make it, and stir the tea powder well into a paste; but it shouldn't be stirred so that the tea has bubbles or lumps.' (Doka by Rikyu)
  242. When you order 'chanpon,' the okonomiyaki which includes both soba and udon one-by-one is served.
  243. When you order takeout takoyaki, the container is wrapped in wrapping paper, or put in another container made of slim plastic sheets.
  244. When you pass through the checker using the card, the checker indicates the state of your card (expired date of your commuter pass, remaining amount, etc.) by varying the tone of the sound.
  245. When you pick it up, do not turn it over like an avalanche; instead turn it over like you are rolling it to your side just before the highest point when picking it up, keeping the upward momentum and then you can prevent the mess of ingredients.
  246. When you place a cup of tea on the tray, the doll carries it to a guest, and when the guest picks it up, the doll stops.
  247. When you planned to get on the bus in Hirakata/Takatsuki area, you could make reservations and buy tickets at Keihan Bus office.
  248. When you planned to get on the bus in Hiroshima area, you could make reservations and buy tickets at Bocho Kanko Bus office or Hiroko Kanko office.
  249. When you planned to get on the bus in Iwakuni area, you could buy tickets at Iwakuni City Transportation Bureau.
  250. When you planned to get on the bus in Kyoto area, you could make reservations and buy tickets at Keihan Bus office or Kintetsu Bus office.
  251. When you practice nenbutsu at the top of your voice, there is no Buddha or self, nor any reason in it.
  252. When you prepare it at home, instead of using minced fish, boiled fish-paste products called "hanpen", which is easier to acquire and made from the same raw material, can be used, but anyhow datemaki is essential to "osechi" Japanese special dishes prepared for the New Year.
  253. When you put it between two slices of bread, it is called "ebi furai sand" (fried prawns sandwich), and when you placed it on a bowl of hot rice after cooking it with beaten egg, it is called "ebi katsudon" (fried prawn and egg topped with rice).
  254. When you read such a code using a cell phone with a camera function, one can immediately reach the page having location information for the corresponding destination.
  255. When you receive homyo-jiku with names from the temple, you should take out 'shiraki no ihai' (literally, a 'mortuary tablet of plain wood') from behind the middle high platform of the altar, and hand it back to the temple.
  256. When you recharge your card (Suica, TOICA or PiTaPa), the automatic ticket vending machines, automatic fare-adjustment machines and simple rechargers are available in the ICOCA area.
  257. When you say 'tama iri' in the okonomiyaki shops in Kagawa Prefecture, it mostly refers to the modanyaki that includes a pack of Sanuki udon (udon noodles from Kagawa Prefecture).
  258. When you simply say tade, it indicates a water pepper.
  259. When you step in tatami-covered places, you must leave off your footwear such as shoes, sandals, and slippers.
  260. When you take along a Hokkeshu sect monk you can trust, I will answer the question.'
  261. When you transfer between the JR West lines and the other companies' lines, using an automatic transfer ticket gate, insert your magnetic ticket or magnetic commuter pass and after that touch it with your ICOCA card; the checker will automatically adjust your fare and allow you to pass.
  262. When you turn the Takoyaki-ki back to its original position, complete balls of takoyaki are left on the iron plate.
  263. When you use a bus on a multi-section route within a uniform fare section, the fare is \220 (for adults).
  264. When you use noodles such as yakisoba and so on, fry them with sauce next to it.
  265. When you use the card at Sakura-Shukugawa Station, which opened in March 2007, and the stations in the Okayama and Hiroshima areas, where ICOCA became operable from September 2007, the record is printed as 'JR West ***' but the station name isn't specified.
  266. When you visit a shrine, you see the worship hall haiden building situated on the same axis as the main sanctuary honden toward the front with a saisen (offertory) box being placed at the front.
  267. When you wake up, give thanks to God that you have the life for the day and pray to flourish by the will of God.'
  268. When you want to make the color of eggplants' skin bright, insert an iron nail or an iron utensil which is sold exclusively for this purpose.
  269. When you wear Wafuku, an ankle-length Kimono called 'Nagagi' is secured with Obi tied at the waist.
  270. When you will be attacked from the north, it will start the end of this world.'
  271. When you wish to leave any dish before finishing, it is proper etiquette to apologize for refusing it by stating such reasons as your weakness in it, full stomach condition, allergy or specific taboo against it, or the like.
  272. When young women get dressed up in Kosupure (cosplay; costume play to transform oneself into a favorite character) or Gosurori (Gothic Lolita) fashions in parks and on holidayds they often wear atsugesho.
  273. When young, he underwent many difficulties such as the deaths of family members, discrimination against his academic background (treatment with regard to elective courses at Tokyo University) and divorce.
  274. When your ICOCA card's authenticity is confirmed, the gate opens with an electronic sound; however, if it isn't authenticated correctly or your card is invalid, the gate rapidly closes with an electronic warning sound.
  275. When your ICOCA card's stored amount is not sufficient, or the expiration date of the ICOCA commuter pass or ICOCA for children is approaching, an electronic sound reminds you of the situation with a different tone.
  276. When your card is lost, the card may be reissued as far as it is one of the types that can prove you're the rightful holder, such as the commuter pass, except for non-personalized ICOCA and ICOCA for Children.
  277. When yourself or the one who is close to you die, it is said the person can go to the Buddhist paradise when he or she wears han-i with red seals as burial outfit.
  278. When zuryo-kokushi (the head of provincial governors) appeared in the mid-Heian period, suke were appointed to the zuryo of Shinno-ningoku and were treated equally with kokushu of other provinces.
  279. When 宝譽 told Hidenaga TOYOTOMI about his dream, an Inari shrine was founded in Ryuun-kaku (Hall) of the castle.
  280. When, after Yoritomo died, no shogun became available from the Minamoto clan linage, her great-grandson FUJIWARA no Yoritsune, was brought into the fourth shogun post based on the reason that he was in the lineage of Bomon-hime, a sister of Yoritomo.
  281. When, at age 48, he saw Donran's inscription at Genchu-ji Temple and realized, then abandoned self-training, became a believer of the Jodo sect and stayed at the temple.
  282. When, conversely, a character walks along a deserted street at night in 'Androgyny' or 'The Dish Mansion' for instance, the shamisen player makes a gentle sound to evoke a desolate scene.
  283. When, late on New Year's Eve, people visit a shrine at around midnight, the visit essentially straddles both the old and the new year, and thus is called the "two-year visit."
  284. When, on an occasion in the Sengoku period, one of his retainers offered boiled rice with boiled barley on top of it, he said that, in such a period, he could not be a glutton himself while farmers continued suffering (foods became most scanty in summer).
  285. When, one day, surfacing from the water, he took hold of the rim of the boat to overturn it, the boatman who had long lost his patience hit him on the head with his oar.
  286. When, under the rotation system, Yamada became the sole director, attendance increased and over the next 27 years the series became a huge hit with 48 films.
  287. Whenever Boutros-Ghali, the former Secretary-General of the United Nations, came to Japan, he always visited to the Togo-jinja Shrine.
  288. Whenever I view the moon on the battlefield, I cannot help but imagine that the moon may be shining on my dead body tomorrow.
  289. Whenever Princess Akashi returned home, she would stay in the east part of the main hall.
  290. Whenever a Ryukyu delegation was on 'Edo nobori (a mission to Edo)', the Satsuma clan had Ryukyuan music performed.
  291. Whenever and wherever, it doesn't matter how long you recite.
  292. Whenever he read books, he never failed to take notes about important things or thoughts of scholars and try to memorize these things.
  293. Whenever he won prizes by shooting targets, he gave them to children who admired him.
  294. Whenever one discusses Shohei IMAMURA it is impossible to ignore the vital period in which he worked as part of a trio with Yuzo KAWASHIMA and Kirio URAYAMA.
  295. Whenever the 'hitatare' was mentioned in the noble society of the Heian period, it usually referred to 'hitatare-fusuma' (a futon (blanket) shaped like a kimono and stuffed with silk and cotton), similar to present day kaimaki futon (a comforter with sleeves)).
  296. Whenever the Tokuseirei was issued after peasant uprisings, the bakufu had to exempt the seriously damaged doso from the dosoyaku payment to save them.
  297. Whenever the dairi in Heian-kyu palace was burned down, it was reconstructed; but it took a progressively longer time for each reconstruction.
  298. Whenever we met, I felt I had told you everything I wanted to, but now we are apart I feel I still have a lot to say.'
  299. Where a modern writer writes a document by selecting a Chinese character corresponding to that written in the old documents from the Chinese characters used in modern Japanese.
  300. Where about of the original script is unknown, but a manuscript of "因云碁話" is kept in National Diet Library.
  301. Where accounts of the route and journey towards Yamatai are concerned, there are the following drawbacks, even if you take the radial journey reading rather than the usual contiguous journey reading (the journey can't be finished within Kyushu if you take the contiguous journey reading).
  302. Where did the title "Ugetsu Monogatari" come from?
  303. Where does the seriousness of the Shin-shu (True Pure Land sect) exist? (in 1928)
  304. Where he was buried and what his posthumous Buddhist name was are unknown.
  305. Where it was located
  306. Where kakegoe would break the mood of the scene and might be frowned at.
  307. Where modern writer writes a document by translating the words written in the old documents into the words used in the periods later than that of the original document.
  308. Where on earth is bad events? The Buddhist paradise is here now.
  309. Where population figures vary between sources, only one of those figures have been implemented.
  310. Where she is buried
  311. Where the geese leaving the city's flower's behind are headed.'
  312. Where the provisions were detailed as above, there was almost no room for originality and ingenuity, thus the fashion in kimono was never born from among those from the bushi class.
  313. Where the tahoto is first cited
  314. Where the yashiki-gami is very formally enshrined, the main sanctuary will on a scale similar to a massha branch shrine, and some even have torii.
  315. Where there are few beneficiaries, the burden on each beneficiary will be greater, and it may become difficult to recover costs in the event that the burden is alleviated.
  316. Where there is additional interior space, tan are placed in the central space at both sides of the holy monk statue.
  317. Where there was a geigi, there was a danna-sama who played a role of danna-sama or sponsor.
  318. Where they hoard the tetrodotoxin differs in each kind, but only a few kinds of pufferfish hoard the tetrodotoxin in their milt, which is mellow; so the milt is used for food.
  319. Where two yarns cross, the colors are overlapped and darkened.
  320. Where volunteer groups are organized and operated based on the demands of administrative bodies, there are few problems as long as there is a sense of duty as being part of a tourism policy but there is a fear that this can change to an attitude of merely cooperating with the tourism policy.
  321. Whereabouts of IZUMO no Koma at the outbreak of the Jinshin War and how he became involved in the army of Oama no Miko were unknown.
  322. Whereabouts of Tokusanokandakara
  323. Whereabouts of his remains is unknown even today.
  324. Whereas 'Traditional Japanese Cuisine Restaurant Association' is a nationwide body, there may be a 'Regional Japanese Restaurant Association' in each region.
  325. Whereas Kannon Bosatsu have an artificial Buddha on the front of the diadem, Seishi Bosatsu customarily have a water jug.
  326. Whereas Kiyomasa was a devout believer of Nichiren sect of Buddhism, Yukinaga was a devout Christian, which might be one of the cause of the confrontation.
  327. Whereas Matsushima seemed to smile, Kisagata had a gloomy, bitter air.
  328. Whereas Narichika was reappointed gon chunagon, Uhyoe no kami, and Kebiishi no betto in April, Tokitada returned to his original position only in January 1171.
  329. Whereas Tachikawa-ryu school was tied to the Southern Court, Yukai was tied to the Northern Court.
  330. Whereas Yoshitsune asked Emperor Goshirakawa for an imperial sanction to search for and kill Yoritomo.
  331. Whereas boiled food bowls are served for each guest, yakimono (such as grilled fish) is put on a large bowl and shared.
  332. Whereas copied Buddhist scriptures are called shakyo, Buddhist scriptures that are created as woodblock prints are called kankyo and kankyo became popular in the Northern Sung Dynasty and afterwards.
  333. Whereas even 10 years ago, I swear to gods of Japan that I would never utilize a cowardly method such as poisoning, and never think of murdering.'
  334. Whereas guns made in Sakai City, which was also well known for the manufacture of firearms, were famous mainly for their artistic value, such as elaborate metal works and beautiful inlays, many of the firearms manufactured in Kunitomo were excellent works of functional beauty.
  335. Whereas it is based on the Funa Benkei of the Noh play, in which TAIRA no Tomomori is a ghost, Tomonori disguising himself as a ghost appears here to reproduce the scene of the Battle of Dannoura.
  336. Whereas most of the swords before the Heian period were either imported from China or the Korean Peninsula, or modeled after them and domestically produced, swords in the Heian period and after saw development of styles original to Japan deriving from those imports.
  337. Whereas other historical passes have been lost, the name of Mikyozaka-toge Pass survives.
  338. Whereas outflow of koban (former Japanese oval gold coin) and chogin (collective term of silver coin) from the country as trade settlement did not stop, thereby absolute amont of currency was extremely in short supply.
  339. Whereas the Keicho family was called Kamiyakata, the Awa Hosokawa family was given an honorific title, Shimoyakata or Awayakata.
  340. Whereas the Utsunomiya clan on the Northern Court side moved to Chikuzen Province, Sadahisa UTSUNOMIYA on the Southern Court side, the second son of Sadayasu UTSUNOMIYA moved to Yatsushiro, Higo Province and is believed to be the founder of the Chikugo-Utsunomiya clan.
  341. Whereas the ancient pottery including Haji pottery was made with clear characteristics of stacking up ring-shaped clays which was unique to Japanese archipelago, Sueki was made using the potter's wheel which was a completely different technique.
  342. Whereas the first son Imperial Prince Hirohira was born in the same year to Chunagon FUJIWARA no Motokata's daughter, FUJIWARA no Sukehime, Norihira's mother was Udaijin (minister of the right) FUJIWARA no Morosuke's daughter, FUJIWARA no Anshi.
  343. Whereas the kacho-zu of the inner room are of a loose informal style, these paintings are characterized by a more formal serious appearance.
  344. Whereas the meaning of gabled roof in shrine architecture is not clear; there seems to be little doubt that it was of great religious significance.
  345. Whereas the mobilization during the Hogen Rebellion had been public, sanctioned by the state, this time the order to muster had to be given in the utmost secrecy due to the coup, and so Yoshitomo was only able to assemble what soldiers he had immediately around him; it is conjectured that his army, in the end, numbered very few indeed.
  346. Whereas the years referred to below follow the Julian calendar, all the months and dates (except when following a year from the Julian calendar) follow the Japanese calendar (more specifically, the choreki (a document that retroactively specifies ancient dates/months/years according to a certain calendar) based on the Senmyo Calendar (a variation of the lunar calendar that was created in ancient China)).
  347. Whereas wine tasting adopts a point-addition system in general, kikizake for tasting sake basically adopts a point-deduction scoring system.
  348. Whereas, 'jidoga' or 'yojiga' means pictures drawn by children themselves.
  349. Whereas, Rennyo's thoughts were;
  350. Whereas, requirements from the aspect pf hygiene are getting higher from year to year, and regulations regarding waste are stricter than ever.
  351. Whereas, the Banshikicho tone has 'G-AAFFEFBBBAB,' which shows its transposition of a perfect fourth below, from the middle.
  352. Whereby she became an essayist and later wrote novels.
  353. Whereupon the emperor dispatched the founder of Wanibe no omi Naniwaneko Takefurukuma to vanquish the creature.
  354. Whereupon, Takauji ASHIKAGA stated more or less as follows.
  355. Whether "Nihon kaiho dainiki kosaku yoko" is true or false (gisho)
  356. Whether 'Nyogo' should be considered 'court lady' or 'girl.'
  357. Whether Kaikin or not
  358. Whether a book was written
  359. Whether a knot is correct or not only depends on the sequence of the right and left corners at the second knot.
  360. Whether in victory or defeat, all adhered to the front.
  361. Whether it developed into a great battle, whether they attempted to invade Kyoto again, and whether they attempted to force their way back to Awa Province remains unknown.
  362. Whether it has sleeves or not
  363. Whether it is 'The oldest Byzantine Architecture' or not
  364. Whether it is Agekubi or Horyo
  365. Whether it is Kosode or Hirosode, also referred to as Oosode
  366. Whether it is because of these circumstances or not, Tadamichi's son Jien describes in "Gukansho" (The Future and the Past) that after his grandfather Tadazane passed away he became a revengeful ghost that haunted them (Tadamichi's descendants).
  367. Whether it is necessary to make une in the first place and how the une should be made depends on the kind of products and the condition of soil.
  368. Whether it really existed or not is under discussion.
  369. Whether it was a portrait or a sculpture, the chinzo was, for Zen monks, a substitute for the earthly body of the priest, and the chinzo's characteristic is its precise, lifelike depiction.
  370. Whether it was because Tadazane's prior fall from grace was regretted or not, Retired Emperor Toba became increasingly close to his favorite consort, Tokushi, as well as his favorite vassal, Ienari, and made an effort to revive the house of Regents.
  371. Whether it was because of the death of his teacher is difficult to determine, but IKKYUU attempted suicide around that time.
  372. Whether it was because red was avoided due to an association between misfortune or good luck, bright orange hakama were worn.
  373. Whether it was divine intervention or not, Toshinari went on to live to around 70: a further 20 years.
  374. Whether it was either Ichien Chigyo territory that was to be subjected to the repeal or territory in which hanzei continued to be officially implemented, half of the land was to be immediately handed over to a honjo's zassho.
  375. Whether it was kansei or gekisei, a shonagon (lesser councilor of state), a benkan (a controller of the Oversight Department) and a geki gathered a little before the conference and conducted a katanashi (ritual for reading out bound documents on the government affairs before the actual work of the government affairs started) in advance.
  376. Whether it was the intention of bakufu or not, the treatment of Masamune by Iemitsu himself was obviously beyond the degree of common practice, among those who were not hereditary or the original vassals of Tokugawa clan.
  377. Whether it was true or not, it is said that Shozan was the only Japanese Mathew Perry bowed to.
  378. Whether it's solid sumi or liquid sumi, the components of animal glue deteriorate over time.
  379. Whether one is going forth or returning, it is all entirely for the sake of leading sentient beings across the sea of birth-and-death.
  380. Whether or not a foreigner staying in the country could be protected anytime was understood to be a criterion whether or not the country was a "civilized country" with respect to governance of the nation and consideration for foreign countries.
  381. Whether or not as a result of the edicts posted around town, on the day a mass of participants in the event came not only from Kyoto but from Osaka, Sakai, and, Nara: total numbers reaching 1000.
  382. Whether or not he also retained his position as kurodo and Iyo no Gon no Suke is unknown.
  383. Whether or not he really existed is sometimes questioned.
  384. Whether or not he resigned from the office of Iyo no Gon no Suke is unknown.
  385. Whether or not he retained his position as Uemon no suke is unknown.
  386. Whether or not he retained his position as kurodo and Iyo no Gon no Suke is unknown.
  387. Whether or not he retained the office of kurodo is unknown.
  388. Whether or not it is true in each case, there is no confirmed evidence to support Prince Oi as a royal family with a lineage line to Ojin.
  389. Whether or not it is true, these are anecdotes to illustrate that Takatsune was on bad terms with Takauji and Doyo.
  390. Whether or not rice has a structure that allows the easy production of koji
  391. Whether or not the information below is true is not certain.
  392. Whether or not this is true is uncertain.
  393. Whether or not this was true is uncertain, but this incident was one of the causes of Mori's assassination.
  394. Whether or not to catch upon the change occurring in eating habits will most likely to decide the fate of Yoshoku.
  395. Whether sewing the sleeve bags to the body of the garment
  396. Whether that is reliable or not, Nobunaga's various revolutionary policies may have been unacceptable to vassals of Mitsuhide.
  397. Whether the Yamato government directly managed or not, it imposed taxes on all Miyakes.
  398. Whether the court rank of final decision maker was above Goi or not was the index for decision-making procedure.
  399. Whether the episode is true or not, it is probably true that he was a military commander of bravery who deserves to be talked about by the future generations.
  400. Whether the first word is supposed to be 'Hanada' or 'Hanabana.'
  401. Whether the hem of clothes for the upper half of the body is covered by the clothes for the lower half of the body
  402. Whether the manuscript belongs to the old traditional line or not does not necessarily depend upon the year of transcription.
  403. Whether the saigu, unmarried imperial princess, in fact fell in love with him may be disputable.
  404. Whether the sect is considered legitimate or heretic is relative, while both parties asserting its legitimacy and 'heretics' is a label for the opposition.
  405. Whether the tag was pierced in the right or left ear depended on the rank of individual.
  406. Whether the tale is true or not is unknown, however, I (Koshoken) recorded it the way I heard for posterity.
  407. Whether the title of 'prince' could be given or not was decided by the blood relationship with the emperor, and so a certain post was not essentially accompanied by the title (for details refer to the article of "Imperial Family.")
  408. Whether the word Kimono in 'Wear Kimono' means clothing or traditional Japanese clothing might depend on the listener's generation, and the dialect the listener uses.
  409. Whether there are Miyatsukuchi or not and whether there are Furiyatsukuchi or not characterize the form of Wafuku.
  410. Whether these legendary stories are based on historical truth or not, it seems to be true that during the middle of the Tumulus period, the captives of the eastern countries were moved to the five provinces mentioned above and were set up and organized as Saeki be.
  411. Whether they had a poor crop or good harvest, it was necessary for feudal lords to have a stabilized monetary conversion, therefore in 1730, the world's first futures transaction of rice was started in the dojima rice exchange in Osaka.
  412. Whether they were placed within the corridors or outside the corridors implies how much the study was valued.
  413. Whether this rumor was true or not, Shoshi seemed to be a rational and wise woman, whom even her father's enemy, FUJIWARA no Sanesuke, called 'Kenko (Honorable Empress)'
  414. Whether this type of box lunch can be counted among Ekiben is controversial.
  415. Whether those names were true or not, it is said that uji and kabane were only used since it was necessary when serving the emperor and the Imperial Court.
  416. Whether those theories are true or not, each has an issue of profit brought about by trading of niter, new guns and so on in addition to religious issues.
  417. Whether to read 'hana no shita' (under the blossoms) or 'hana no moto' (beneath the blossoms) varies depending on the source.
  418. Whether you consider the above description right or not depends on whether you place importance on descriptions in "Horyakukanki" of after ages or on the real-time information received in Kyoto in several days' delays.
  419. Which chapter the character appears in
  420. Which condition is selected determines the form, structure, capability and characteristics.
  421. Which dramas and in what order the dramas are presented are determined by the concept of "introduction, development, and climax. "
  422. Which is more popular as a designation largely depends on the trend during the period and the intention of the producer.
  423. Which is the sound of a tear falling, and which is the sound of the kinuta?'
  424. Which is to say, around the time of its construction, Tosando Musashi-michi Road was built about 1 kilometer east of the tumulus.
  425. Which is to say, writing a new book meant re-editing selected passages from a set of old books.
  426. Which is why "The Tales of Ise" does not merely remain as a narrative about Narihira but can be a universal narrative that describes many aspects of human relations.
  427. Which is why he was invited by prestigious families throughout Japan, and revered as a master of Oniwa yaki.
  428. Which is why the university made a contract with Kyoto Prefecture not to teach the Bible during classes on the Imadegawa Campus.
  429. Which made Mr. Inoue a victim, often receiving a bad reputations.'
  430. Which means that the West squad was forced to fight with the disadvantage of fighting against the East squad without the 15,000 warriors that should have been deployed to Sekigahara.
  431. Which of them is the original legend is not determined, but at least in "Kojiki" and "Nihonshoki" there is obviously quite a discrepancy in the tale of Emperor Buretsu, still doubts remain if he actually existed.
  432. Which resulted Shoshi to have maternally kept the bloodline of the Soga clan through the Fujiwara clan until now.
  433. Which tree is the one is not disclosed, to maintain the careful forecast.
  434. Which was also Omura's plan.
  435. Which was due to poor quality of conscription and fundamental problems such as lack of training officers or facilities.
  436. Whichever came first, it seems that there already existed two versions of "Masukagami" by the end of the 14th century.
  437. Whichever historical period is reviewed, it is not inevitable that to be shogun one had to be a Minamoto clan.
  438. Whichever it may be, Kusumi Shuzo or Koikawa Shuzo, their initially brewed sake out of Kameno-o rice is said to have tasted wild, unrefreshing and flat, which was the general tendedency to accompany any sake made from small-sized rice grains.
  439. Whichever method is right, the initial stage's pottery is the oldest of all ever found in the world.
  440. Whichever route is chosen--the Meishin Expressway or the Keiji Bypass--the same toll and ETC commuter discount service apply.
  441. Whichever way you view it there would be no flowers.'
  442. Whichever year was correct, leadership of the Kanze troupe (one of four sarugaku troupes in Yamato Province) had been transferred from Zeami and his son to the Onami family by the time Nobumitsu was born.
  443. While "Cow's milk" is stored after refrigerated transport from a producer, it is necessary to take particular care to control storage due to its being quickly changeable in quality.
  444. While "Interpretation Learning of Classics of History" was passed on to the north to be covered in north learning, and became the basis for "The Correct Annotation of the Classics of History" of Tang, "Interpretation Learning of the Analects of Confucius" was passed on to today without becoming lost.
  445. While "Katsurekimono" has died out, the play of "Takatoki" is still performed.
  446. While "Nampo roku" has low reference value, it was true that Joo was the first person who incorporated the calligraphy of waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables) to a tea ceremony room.
  447. While "Nihonshoki" described Ryomen-sukuna as a villain and an enemy of the emperor, people in Hida and Mino Provinces treated Ryomen-sukuna as a hero and benefactor and worshipped him.
  448. While "The Tale of Heiji" describes activities of Shigemori brilliantly, it can be discerned that Yorimori also played an important role in the battle, fighting with a noted sword, "Nukemaru", acquired from his father.
  449. While '100 yen sushi' shops featuring the inexpensive price of 100 yen for every item are increasing, shops are tend to have added features, for example, only pictures of fish for sushi are rotating on the conveyer belt so customers can eat freshly-made sushi of their choice.
  450. While 'Eimeiroku' (a name list of the members of Shinsengumi) complied by Kai SHIMADA described him as a person who hailed from Edo, Yoshisuke KONDO's letter described him as a person who was 28 or 29 years old and hailed from Shinano no kuni (Shinano Province).
  451. While 'Gishiwajinden' discussed small states in northern Kyushu in detail, it didn't mention Kibi Province or Izumo Province at all, which should have existed in the west of Kinki Region at this time, so it is questionable as to whether this discussion was describing locations as far away as Kinki Region.
  452. While 'Gishiwajinden' discussed small states in northern Kyushu in detail, it didn't mention anything about Kibi Province or Izumo Province, which should have existed in the west of Kinki Region at this time, so it is questionable as to whether this discussion was describing locations as far away as Kinki Region.
  453. While 'Jurisdiction District Ordinance' (Municipal Ordinance of Jurisdiction Districts in Kyoto City) lists both 'Tsutsumisoto-cho' and 'Tsutsumisoto,' 'Announcement of the Election Committee' (Announcement of the Election Committee of Minami Ward) registers only 'Tsutsumisoto-cho.'
  454. While 'Jurisdiction District Ordinance' lists both 'Minami-cho' and 'Minami' although 'Announcement of the Election Committee' records only 'Minami-cho.'
  455. While 'Kizzu' of the museum's name derives from 'Kids (children)' and the name of the location 'Kizu,' 'Foton' from 'Photon' which means photon.
  456. While 'Minami-cho' is shown on maps, 'Minami' is not indicated on the maps created after land readjustment projects were implemented in the area.
  457. While 'Seiki' was his pen name, his real name was 'Kiyoteru.'
  458. While 'The Ceremony of New Year Reception,' held in the presence of the heads of the three branches of the government is a state affair, 'People's Visit to the Palace for the New Year Greeting' is regarded as one of the imperial public activities other than the state affairs.
  459. While 'aiki' in aikido is mainly used in the sense of a principle, 'breath power' is mainly used to mean 'a source of power for techniques.'
  460. While 'etagashira' was the title designated by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), he called himself Chorigashira (head of the choir, another term of the eta) Danzaemon YANO, and this name was successively handed down within the family.
  461. While 'yatai-mise' (stall) selling sushi at a reasonable price became ubiquitous in Edo City, sushi shops called 'uchi-mise' (operating at a fixed place) offered relatively high-priced sushi.
  462. While 1 ryo of Nanryo Nishu Gin contained 21.6 monme (81g) of silver, the silver coins in currency (Gembun Chogin) did 27.6 monme (103.5g) when 1 ryo of these was considered as 60 monme (225g).
  463. While 3,000 Satsuma troops led by Tadayoshi SHIMAZU (lord of Satsuma domain) went up to Kyoto in December 8, other domains were slow to follow (Choshu Domain of the same tobakuha group was not allowed to enter Kyoto since it had been regarded as the Emperor's enemy after the Kinmon Incident).
  464. While ABE no Seimei was an Onmyoji who was employed by FUJIWARA no Michinaga, Doman ASHIYA was an Onmyoji who was employed by FUJIWARA no Akimitsu.
  465. While Amaterasu (the Sun Goddess) was hiding herself in a cave (Iwadokakure), Tajikarao was staying at the side of the cave and, when Amaterasu peeked out, he pulled her out of the cave ('forcing the rock wide open' according to "Nihonshoki" and "Kogo-shui" - History of the Inbe clan),
  466. While Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) symbolizes the sky, Okuninushi symbolizes the earth.
  467. While Arikazu was a retainer, he was Ason (second highest of the eight hereditary titles) and a court noble.
  468. While Asano, who was working as a receptionist for the second time, prepared for banquet based on his past experience, a mistake occurred because some of the processes had been changed since the last time.
  469. While Asian countries including Japan form the main market of canned coffee, Western countries remain a very small-scale market, where only a few types of coffee containing a little extra milk and sugar in cans equal to Japanese 350 ml cans sold by Japanese- and Asian-affiliated manufacturers.
  470. While Benkei dances, he lets Yoshitsune and others escape, then greets Togashi with his eyes and hurries after his master (the Scene of the Roppo Exit).
  471. While Bojutsu in Japan also exist under the assumption that a given situation would involve two individuals carrying Bo, much like in Bojutsu found in other countries, forms also exist under the assumption that the opponent would be wielding a sword, as in other Japanese marital arts.
  472. While Buddhist alters are originally for enshrining Buddha statues, soreisha enshrine ancestral spirits for being guardian deities for the houses, and this is the major difference between them.
  473. While Chinese history books say that envoys were sent by San in 421, Chin in 436 and Sai in 443, we can find, in "Nihonshoki", only one Emperor whose reign falls into this period which is Ingyo who was in power from 411 to 453.
  474. While Chinese prose and poetry continued to thrive, the first of the Chokusen wakashu (anthologies of waka poetry compiled by Imperial command), the Kokin wakashu (Collection of Ancient and Modern Poems), was compiled and waka poems achieved a status equal to that of Chinese poems.
  475. While Chokan, Tsuhangan and Hangan were formal officials called 'Ryunaikan,' most of Sakan were 'Ryugaikan' (miscellaneous posts to which ordinary people were appointed), who were not formal officials and were not included in Kuhonkan (nine official posts).
  476. While Chunichi Shimbun has a large share in the east of the prefecture including Hikone City, Kyoto Shimbun is widely distributed in the west of the prefecture including Otsu City.
  477. While Daewongun and his sympathizers who had incited the incident failed to catch Queen Min, they seized power from Gojong and it looked as if their plot had succeeded.
  478. While Daigo-ji Temple subsequently adopted concurrent study of the Shingon Sect (Tomitsu), which a school of the Esoteric Buddhism, and the Sanron Sect, which is a school of the non-esoteric Buddhism, Tonan-in Temple regarded the Sanron Sect as the axis of teachings; however, the temple accepted Buddhist monks who studied the Shingon Sect.
  479. While Dainichi Nyorai of the transcendental world mediating in the world of physical phenomenon is believed to be Dainichi Kinrin, Dainichi Nyorai of the world of physical phenomenon mediating in the transcendental world is believed to be Butsugen Butsumo.
  480. While Dajokan (Grand Council of State) handled government affairs under provisions of ritsuryo law in the ritsuryo system, accumulation of individual negotiation processes and cases served as provisions in doing government affairs in medieval period and such accumulation was the legal basis.
  481. While Danjuro ICHIKAWA the ninth established Katsurekimono (variety of kabuki, based on historical events), Kikugoro gave high priority to Zangirimono, which was regarded as a new kind of Sewamono, to compete with him.
  482. While Daruma 達磨 can also be written as 達摩, 達磨 is used in the so-called Chinese Zen books, and 達摩 is used in old manuscripts.
  483. While Eichi was from 'Nakanoke,' a branch family of the Shibusawa family, Tatsuhiko SHIBUSAWA, a scholar of French literature was from the head family, 'Higashinoke.'
  484. While Eisen dominated the minds of the people with his Bijinga and was well-known by his Shunga, he also established a reputation for his Ukiyoe landscapes (landscape painting).
  485. While Eisen lived in Eizan's house without paying and learned Bijinga as a disciple, he frequently visited the house of Hokusai KATSUSHIKA nearby and brought himself under Hokusai's benign influence in painting technique.
  486. While Emishi set the Emperor Kyogoku on the throne after the Emperor Jomei's demise, he employed the Prince Yamashiro no oe's private retainers to make his own graveyard.
  487. While Emperor Anko's brother Kinashi no Karu no Miko was suspected of incest, one theory has it that Emperor Anko, too, allegedly committed incest.
  488. While Emperor Go-Daigo appointed Akiie KITABATAKE as Chinjufu Shogun and made him take Prince Noriyoshi (later called Emperor GO-Murakami) to Oshu in order to pacify the place, Takauji made Tadayoshi lead young Prince Narinaga (Nariyoshi) down to Kamakura.
  489. While Emperor Godaigo started the new government by the Kenmu Restoration after the fall of the bakufu, Tokiyuki escaped from Kamakura to Shinano Province governed by the Hojo clan and was sheltered by the Suwa clan.
  490. While Emperor Ichijo was in power, FUJIWARA no Michitaka was in serious condition, his oldest son, FUJIWARA no Korechika became Nairan for a limited period until Michitaka could recover.
  491. While Emperor Jinmu was living in Hyuga Province, she became the wife of Emperor Jinmu and had two sons, Tagishimimi no mikoto and Kisumimi no mikoto.
  492. While Emperor Kobun commanded dispatch of troops, the emperor suspected that Saeki would also betray because Prince Kurikuma used to obey Prince Oama before.
  493. While Emperor Saimei died while raising an army against the Silla Kingdom, Prince Naka no Oe ruled the government when he was Crown Prince even though he did not become Emperor.
  494. While Emperor Sutoku was on the throne, Kiyoko often resided in the same palace, and the retired emperor constantly visited the palace of Kiyoko or Kiyoko performing gyokei (visit of imperial person) to the palace of the retired emperor.
  495. While Empress Shotoku was ill, the military power was delegated to FUJIWARA no Nagate and Makibi by Imperial paper.
  496. While England had a competitive edge, France was also ahead of the game.
  497. While Enmaten was amalgamated with Enma-daio in China, the two were separately introduced into Japan, which might be the reason that the same was split into two.
  498. While Enryaku-ji Temple demanded the exile of FUJIWARA no Morotaka, the governor of Kaga Province, Morotaka's father Saiko, suggested that Goshirakawa punish Myoun, Tendaizasu (The chief priest of Enryaku-ji Temple), and the feud between the retired emperor and Enryaku-ji Temple became increasingly severe.
  499. While FUJIWARA no Michiyori, his elder brother of a different mother, had been given the childhood name of 'Ochiyogimi' (big-chiyogimi), he was named 'Kochiyogimi' (small-chiyogimi).
  500. While FURUTA's publication in authoritative journals were studied and criticized before, today, it was never publicized in major encyclopedias or in research books describing the Yamatai-koku kingdom history dispute and was neglected.
  501. While Fuki used entertainers belonging to Shinsei Production (one of origins of current Shochiku Geino Co., Ltd), all entertainers belonging to Sentochi Kogyo, many of them were quite popular at the time, performed at Kyoraku Theater.
  502. While Fumai MATSUDAIRA encouraged his vassals to study Sansai-ryu school, Fumai himself further learned Sekishu-ryu school to hand down a school called Fumai-ryu school in the Matsue Domain today.
  503. While Ganjin (Jianzhen), the founder of the Ritsu sect in Japan, obeyed the Shibun-ritsu (Four-Part Vinayapitaka, which explains about regulations and prohibited matters of the priests), Eison obeyed the Juju-ritsu (Ten-Reciting Vinayapitaka) that Kukai, the founder of the Shingon sect, valued.
  504. While Genji has fallen on hard times and withdrawn from society, Suetsumuhana, who doesn't have anybody else to depend on, has been devotedly waiting for him while enduring a life of poverty.
  505. While Genji hurried to prepare for Tamakazura's Mogi (coming-of-age ceremony for girls), he asked her biological father, Minister of the Palace, to act as koshi-yui (one who ties a band around the young woman's waist in the ceremony).
  506. While Genji presented the illustrated journals to Fujitsubo some other day, he started to build a temple in Sagano for the day he would renounce the world in the future.
  507. While Genji was away, Oborozukiyo's father, the Grand minister of the state (the former Udaijin), passed away.
  508. While Genroku culture flourished in the early Edo period, the cultural center was in Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area).
  509. While Germany's advance continued unchecked in Europe, momentum was also rising within Japan 'not to miss the bus.'
  510. While Godaigo's close advisers were favored, many of those in the samurai stratum, including Norimura AKAMATSU, were treated coldly.
  511. While Goeido (hall dedicated to the sect founder) of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple is so large, the hall of Kosho-ji Temple looks relatively small, however, it is quite magnificent.
  512. While Great Britain and Japan stressed that embassies should be freed before arrival, there was a view that progressing toward Beijing would strengthen the resentment of the Qing dynasty and the Boxers towards embassies instead.
  513. While Gyuichi's "Shinchoko-ki" was only read by a few feudal lords and court nobles in the Edo period, Hoan OZE's "Nobunaga-ki" was widespread among the public.
  514. While Hachiro NOMURA advocated a view that the tale would have been completed after 1220 based on the words in "Gukansho," 'I have heard there may be a little something of the sort,' so it seems difficult to know the process of writing "Hogen Monogatari" with this ambiguous record as a clue.
  515. While Hana-myoga can be harvested in late summer and early fall and enjoyed as an autumn foodstuff, Myoga-take is a foodstuff of spring.
  516. While Hatamotoyoriai (hatamoto meetings) were dominated by wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in Edo bakufu), Kotaiyoriai meetings were lead by the Roju (members of the Shogun's council of elders).
  517. While Hayanari was in T'ang, he learned calligraphy from Liu Zongyuan, and the people of T'ang praised Hayanari as the genius Tachibana.
  518. While Hedara (also known as Hisakaki) is generally used except for the Obon festival (a Festival of the Dead or Buddhist All Souls' Day), it is said that Shikimi (Japanese star anise) is used only in Obon festival in the Miyazu region.
  519. While Hidehira carried out Yoritomo's demands faithfully, he judged it impossible to avoid conflict with Kamakura any more.
  520. While Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI ruled Kyoto after Nobunaga's death, Sadanari KUWABARA, Ietsugu SUGIHARA, and Nagamasa ASANO (all three in the period from 1582 to 1583), and later Geni MAEDA served as Kyoto Shoshidai.
  521. While Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI took control of Kitaomi, the ATSUJI clan, approved of the proprietary of the Yamamotoyama Castle and the main domain in the Ika County, was appointed as yoriki (mounted warrior belonging to a general in the Sengoku period).
  522. While Hideyoshi executed jizamurai of the leading position at the time of the surrender of Ota-jo Castle, he allowed common farmers to leave the castle.
  523. While Hideyoshi stayed at Nagoya of Hizen province for the invasion of Korea, he heard that his mother fell into critical condition and went home quickly but could not arrive before her last moment.
  524. While Hiroko was preparing for homemaking after the engagement, she suffered from chicken pox, and pockmarks remained on her face.
  525. While Hoko-ji Temple was transferred to the Heijo-kyo in 718, Hoko-ji Temple in Asuka was left at the original site without being abolished.
  526. While Hoon-ko (a memorial service for his grandfather Shinran) began around 1294, Nyoshin made a trip to Kyoto in each anniversary month of Shinran's death, and initiated Kakunyo into the doctrine of the Jodo Shinshu school (the Pure True Land Buddhism.)
  527. While Hotei's real name was Shakukaishi, he was called as Hotei (literally cloth bag) because he carried a large cloth bag on his back at all times.
  528. While Hyakunin Issu listed poetry in chronological order, Hyakunin Shuka arranged poetry in pairs.
  529. While I am lost in deep thought, time passes by and this year and my glorious days will be over today.
  530. While I spent much time reading books by the glow of fireflies and the reflection from the snow, outside the window, shined by moon light, time has passed. Today, I am going to leave here (the school) after opening the door of cedar.'
  531. While I strolled around the pond viewing the great full moon, dawn broke.
  532. While Ichi and her daughters (Yodo-dono, Joko-in and Sugen-in) were taken in by the Oda family, her eldest son, Manpukumaru ASAI, was captured and killed and her second son, Manjumaru ASAI, was forced into the priesthood.
  533. While Ichikawa who was devoted to aestheticism and taste, was sometimes criticized as a 'director without theme,' Okamoto had advocated the opposition against war and against the Meiji Restoration as his life theme.
  534. While Ieyasu was only a small daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) who ruled only two provinces of Mikawa and Totomi Provinces, Nobunaga no longer needed power of Ieyasu as he already had the power to rule the entire Japan.
  535. While Ieyasu was out on this campaign, one of the members of the Council of Five Elders, Mitsunari ISHIDA raised an army against Ieyasu with Terumoto MORI as a supreme commander.
  536. While Imperial Prince Okiyoshi managed to escape, Moromoto's army successfully killed or captured most of the soldiers of the rebel army.
  537. While Indian 'curry' uses a range of ingredients such as vegetables and beans, the most known curry in Britain is cooked with beef.
  538. While Indica rice is tinged with red, Japonica rice is white.
  539. While Inoue was engaged in farming in California, he contributed the articles about his foreign experiences to a Japanese daily newspaper, "Jiji Shinpo."
  540. While Inzen took the strong nature of the personal documents of the cloistered emperor and was quickly responsive and flexible, In no cho kudashibumi was to deal with important affairs, as was the case of Shochoku or Daijokanpu.
  541. While Izumi Shikibu had a passionate poetic style, Akazome Emon's was gentle and elegant.
  542. While JR Kyoto Station is located in Shimogyo Ward, the area around its Hachijo Exit belongs to Minami Ward.
  543. While Japan kept some distance from China in the ninth century, Japanese people started to create their own means of expression in the ninth century and then an emphasis was placed on nonreligious art.
  544. While Japanese soldiers have received a 300,000 yen monthly pension, the Taiwanese soldiers who had renounced Japanese nationality received nothing except for choikin, of which fact some people including Sumei GAOJIN have been criticizing.
  545. While Jianzhen visited Japan with Buddha's sariras in 754, Kukai brought back a large number of Buddha's sariras with Shingon Esoteric Buddhism in 806.
  546. While Jokei recommended Kanso Nenbutsu of Shaka, he criticized Senshu Nenbutsu (専修念仏) of Honen.
  547. While Ju-kyo and Buddhism separated, Ansai YAMAZAKI preached the Unity of Shinto and Confucianism, and Confucian Shinto such as Suika Shinto was born.
  548. While Jusanmi was equivalent to Chunagon (a vice-councilor of state), Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards) as well as Dazai-no-sotsu (Director of Dazaifu [Kyushu branch government]), Shosanmi was the equivalent of Dainagon (a chief councilor of state).
  549. While KAMO no Mabuchi (1679-1769) and the others emphasized the "Manyoshu" (the oldest anthology of Japanese poetry), Kageki and his group preferred "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry), and their poems were popular mainly in the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara).
  550. While Kagaku and Bakusen had died at the age of around 50, Chikkyo remained as a leading figure in the Japanese art world in the post war period and was awarded Bunka Kunsho (Order of Culture) in 1976.
  551. While Kagesue was tightening the girth not to fall from the horse, Takatsuna proceeded into the river.
  552. While Kakujo emphasized 'Shibun-ritsu' and revived Toshodai-ji Temple as the base of restoration of the Risshu sect later, Enson founded the Shingon Risshu sect around 'Juju-ritsu' of the Shingon sect at the base of Saidai-ji Temple (Nara City).
  553. While Kamon were spreading rapidly among samurai during the Kamakura Period, Kuge did not have a need to use Kamon to boast their achievements.
  554. While Kanemichi aspired to become the Chief Advisor to the Emperor and the Imperial Regent, he was also afraid that his younger brother, Kaneie, might be appointed to these posts before himself.
  555. While Kanpei is away, a serious incident occurs, in which Hangan slashes Moronao.
  556. While Kanto Gobunkoku played a great role in securing the rule of the Kamakura bakufu during it's time, it's importance was reduced once the shogunate order was established and stabilized, and the number of provinces gradually decreased.
  557. While Kaoru consoles Naka no Kimi, he comes to feel affection toward her, which makes her confused, but after she safely gives birth to a baby boy, her position becomes more stable.
  558. While Katagihara still serves as a transport hub, it is also a transfer point between Kyoto City and Rakusai New Town as well as a residential area today.
  559. While Katsuie SHIBATA commended Nobunaga's third son Nobutaka ODA (Nobutaka KANBE), Hideyoshi commended the first son of Nobutada ODA (Nobunaga's first son), Sanposhi (Hidenobu ODA).
  560. While Katsuyori continued his offense in Kozuke Province and the local samurai of Kozuke and Shimotsuke Provinces switched to the Takeda clan side, Ujimasa was pushed into the inferior position.
  561. While Kawakatsu followed the prince and rendered distinguished services such as destroying Moriya MONONOBE, he also performed some sarugaku plays to pray for a period of peace and tranquility under the prince's rule.
  562. While Kenrei managed all administration, they only dealt with civil administration.
  563. While Kikaku saw off Gengo, he was in deep thought, wondering what Gengo's wakiku meant.
  564. While Kikusuimaru KAWACHIYA and Yasutaka TSUTSUI have appeared in commercials in the past, Becky's version is now on the air (after being the poster child for 'Aji gasane,' she continued by starring in the commercials).
  565. While Kimi KOTANI of Reiyukai didn't have a direct connection to Butsuryu-ko, she had Tsugunari KUBO listen to Gokyoka.
  566. While Kinmune failed to assassinate the Emperor Godaigo and was killed, Yasuie escaped and called on the remnants of the Hojo clan in various locations to take up arms.
  567. While Kiyomasa never forgot his lifelong loyalty to the Toyotomi clan, he recognized the ruling power of Ieyasu, who frightened him.
  568. While Kiyomori came to Kyoto to prepare to attack Enryaku-ji Temple on order from Goshirakawa, Narichika was suddenly arrested by Kiyomori.
  569. While Kiyomori was openly disappointed, as soon as Shigemori died, Goshirakawa again seized Echizen no kuni (Echizen Province) that Shigemori had been in charge of, without consulting Kiyomori.
  570. While Kiyomori, backed by his military might, did conduct a decisive inspection, he also engaged in softer diplomatic measures, as when he acknowledged that temples did have a certain degree of influence and therefore special privileges, and in this way managed to carry out a survey of the chigyo-koku (provincial fiefdom) in Yamato that were under state control.
  571. While Kogi was sick in bed, he didn't notice that he was dead and instead went to Lake Biwa, with the use of his walking stick, and swam there.
  572. While Kon goes to heavens and become a God, Haku returns to the earth.
  573. While Korea was able to obtain those Chinese products through the tribute trade and border trade, Japan could not do anything but wait for the Chinese smuggling ships, as Japan had been denied entry to Ming.
  574. While Koremasa WADA, Chikafusa ITAMI and Fujihide fought against the Miyoshi clan, Fujihide became one of Yoshiaki's close advisors, showing his administrative ability.
  575. While Kozan learned the archery technique of Itsumi school from Naotsuna KUMAGAI in Osaka, he also embraced Shintoism Naotsuna believed in.
  576. While Kuden of a temple usually consists of a single room, Kuden of a Buddhist altar generally consists of three rooms: a room for enshrining the principal image and two rooms on both sides for enshrining Kyoji (attendants statues).
  577. While Kushinada hime was originally the person who enshrined 'Yamata no Orochi', she was considered to be a female who ruled over the Izumo Province.
  578. While Kuzunoha nurses Yasuna, the two love each other, then, get married and have a son, Dojimaru (Gunji, the father of Yasuna, was killed by Akuemon, but Yasuna was avenged on Akuemon).
  579. While Kyoto City was not directly attacked during the Pacific War, the Kami Reizei family lost Tameomi REIZEI (the twenty-second family head and first son of Tametsugi REIZEI), who died on the battlefield in China.
  580. While MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi, who succeeded MINAMOTO no Yoshitada, was unable to implement effective measures, TAIRA no Masamori, a branch of Ise-Heishi (Taira clan) who won the favor of Retired Emperor Shirakawa, solidified his position.
  581. While Masakado was leading his army to continue the fight against the allied forces, an arrow came from nowhere and hit him on the forehead, killing him instantly.
  582. While Matsujiro's achievements were much appreciated, he solely focused on Ganjiro I.
  583. While Mikkyo of the Shingon Sect is called Tomitsu, that of the Tendai sect is called Taimitsu.
  584. While Mitsuharu (Katsuharu), a son of Naoharu, of the Yukawa clan was approved 3,000 koku, the Yamamoto, Kishi, Mera and Sanji Tamaki clans fell.
  585. While Mitsuyoshi and Mitsusada, father and son, were away from the home ground in Kiranosho in Mikawa Province, an incident happened; Takayoshi who was the fourth son of Mitsuyoshi embezzled the Tojo of Kiranosho, then became independent as the Tojokira clan.
  586. While Mochikuni was still childless he had named his younger brother, Mochitomi HATAKEYAMA, as his successor but with the birth of his son, Yoshinari HATAKEYAMA, he excluded his brother and made his son the heir.
  587. While Mochiuji asked Norizane to stay in the post, Norizane resigned from the post of Kanrei, a feud between them remained to be unresolved.
  588. While Monchujo gradually became a mere fa?ade, shitsuji of Mandokoro effectually became the hereditary post of the Ise clan, which achieved a remarkable result in fiscal reconstruction in the late 15th century.
  589. While Mori, Mamichi TSUDA and Amane NISHI insisted to continue publishing, many members supported the suspension of issue.
  590. While Moriya and NAKATOMI no Katsumi objected, Umako told Prince Anahobe to bring a Buddhist preacher named Toyokuni to the imperial court in accordance with Emperor Yomei's orders.
  591. While Morosuke was so lecherous that he was described as 'very lecherous' in "Eiga monogatari," it is said that, on the contrary, Saneyori remained an honest man, a rarity among the nobles of the time.
  592. While Motoharu managed military affairs, Takakage mainly managed government and diplomacy affairs, taking advantage of the information gathering expertise of the Suigun.
  593. While Motohiko IZAWA, a writer, said, 'he might have been held responsible for having recommended and approved a man like Asano as a receptionist,' and suggested a view that the Kira family receive a punishment due to the failure in selecting a person.
  594. While Motona returned to Kyoto, Sumitomo remained in Iyo Province to settle down.
  595. While Muneshige was away, Ginchiyo, his wife, was appointed to guard the castle.
  596. While Muneyoshi YANAGI highly evaluated him as he mastered the depth of Jodo sect, Ippen himself valued the single-minded practice to chant invocation of six letters more than abstract thought.
  597. While Mushin SUGIWAKA left for Ryushosan (Ichinose)-jo Castle (present Kamitonda-cho) where Yasutada YAMAMOTO stayed, leading about 1,000 soldiers, Hidehisa SENGOKU, Tomonobu BITO and Takatora TODO chased the Yukawa troops, leading 1,500 soldiers.
  598. While Mutsu Province was a place with good goldmine and breeding of good horses, the governor of it was on a mission of subduing some tribes of Ezo who did not come under the yoke of the Imperial Court, and subsuming other tribes of Ezo who once submitted (Fushu) but often seceded from the Imperial Court.
  599. While Mutsu was serving as the Minister of Foreign Affairs, he accomplished treaty revisions (abolishment of chigaihoken) with all fifteen nations with which Japan had concluded unequal treaties.
  600. While Nagamori was gone for the front of the Battle of Sekigahara to aid the Western Troop, he was left to protect his castle Koriyama-jo Castle (Yamato province).
  601. While Nagayoshi was alive, he seemed to have been provided with 3,000 koku of Koryokumai (rice given to help the poor).
  602. While Nagomu was the family head, the Sojuro family moved its foothold from Akashi to Tokyo, and in 1928 organized the Sohu Association.
  603. While Nagusatobe was the name in Nihonshoki, she was also called Nagusahime locally.
  604. While Naikaku-shokken gave a strong power to the Prime Minister as a leader (shuhan (the head)) of the cabinet, the Cabinet Organization Order conformed the Prime Minister to Ministers of State, making the power of the Prime Minister weaken.
  605. While Nakahira shot the main part of this film, he had Shogoro NISHIMURA, the chief assistant director make the second group (Yoshio MAMIYA was in charge of shooting of the second group) produced very elaborate background for the title.
  606. While Naoharu YUKAWA who held great power around Hidaka County insisted on resistance, the Jinbo and Shirakashi clans in Arida County and Naokazu TAMAKI (Wasa Tamaki clan), a husband of Naoharu's daughter, in Hidaka County separated from the Yukawa clan and followed the Kamigata army.
  607. While Naoteru and Naoharu were too young to be involved at the time, their father Naohide was deeply devoted to support the loyalists for Emperor and they were struggling to make ends meet as a result of spending his own funds.
  608. While Naozane was attempting to slice the young warrior's neck, but discovered the warrior was a young boy with a beautifully featured face painted in makeup.
  609. While Nara Buddhism was an urban form of Buddhism, Saicho founded Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei and Kukai Kongobuji Temple on Mt. Koya.
  610. While Navy's stations were in limited cities such as Mutsu City, Yokosuka City, Maizuru City, Kure City, and Sasebo City, the Army was stationed all across the country.
  611. While Nichiren passed on this Tendai doctrine, he also gave consideration to the opinion of Jofukyo bosatsuhon (The Bodhisattva Never Disparaging).
  612. While Nihonshoki mentions that the remains of Tochi no Himemiko were buried in Ako on May 13, 678, there are various theories on whereabouts the place name of Ako be located in Nara Prefecture and none of them has become established.
  613. While Nobunaga ODA aggressively purged the former vassals of the Takeda clan after the fall of the Takeda clan, he sheltered his former colleagues, which facilitated the capture of Koshu after the Honnoji Incident.
  614. While Nobunaga ODA was ruling Sakai, Rikyu served Nobunaga as Saju (person who is in charge of the tea ceremony) and later on served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  615. While Nobunaga was alive, these regional armies worked well and won battle after battle in various places and contributed to the Oda government successfully extending their territory over a short period of time.
  616. While Nomura made a wide variety of entertainment films including period and soap dramas, the movie that made him famous was "Harikomi" (The Stakeout) (1958, starring Minoru OKI), a film adaptation of a novel written by Seicho MATSUMOTO.
  617. While Noriyori and Yoshitsune were fighting against the Taira clan, Yoritomo continued his rule of the eastern provinces, and Masako accompanied when he attended ceremonies to mark construction of, or went to pray at, temples and shrines.
  618. While Nouvelle Vague directors broke away from Shochiku, he pursued a career as a company director, continuing the 'Shochiku Ofuna style' (named after the company's studios), with works focusing on comedies including "Shitamachi no Taiyo" (The Sunshine Girl) and "Baka Marudashi" (Honest Fool).
  619. While Oburoshiki refers to a large-sized Furoshiki (cloth wrapper), the sentence, 'to spread out Oburoshiki' is to make fun of or criticize impossibly exaggerated plans or stories, making impossible plans or making a bold pronouncement.
  620. While Oda's main force was assigned to the Battle of Noda-jo Castle and Fukushima-jo Castle which erupted in the Settsu Province in the same year, the Asai and Asakura allied forces started to advance towards Oda, aiming to attack his forces from behind.
  621. While Oie-ryu school of the Ando family (tea ceremony) is of the school, there is also a school called Hosokawa Sansai-ryu school (a school of Sansai HOSOKAWA).
  622. While Oishi was working hard for the restoration of the Asano clan and having a dispute with Horibe, the Edo bakufu sentenced Kira to some strict punishments.
  623. While Okamoto, Masumura, Suzuki and others who were called modern school with Nakahira from 60s to 70s became to be treated as a genius or a master, he was left alone and passed away, so that he is one of the film directors who can not fully be reevaluated like Tadashi SAWASHIMA, even now.
  624. While Okitsugu TANUMA carried out reclamation works for the Inba-numa and the Tega-numa lakes, he planned the development of Ezochi (inhabited area of Ainu) and the trade with Russia.
  625. While Omi no Kenu was still en route, however, Iwai, the hereditary governor of Tsukushi Province, rebelled and joined forces with Silla, seeking to impede Omi no Kenu's military advance, and consequently Omi no Kenu was unable to cross over into the Korean peninsula.
  626. While Omiyo is guzzling sake in despair, Shinsuke visits her together with colleagues of Chizimiya, bringing the money for the koro that he has managed to raise.
  627. While Oshima experienced campus activism, showing objections against a security alliance and insists on the withdrawal of U.S. troops, he strongly continues to criticize authoritarian activities of the conventional left wing.
  628. While Perry and his officers were served tea and cakes, he delivered a letter from the President that urged Japan to open its ports.
  629. While Platform 4 is on a single platform, Platform 2 and Platform 3 are on an island platform.
  630. While Prince Umayado was left alone in loneliness, he took political power and this story ended at the scene where Umayado suggested a Japanese envoy to Sui Dynasty China.
  631. While Qi became more superior to law, daily movements of the mind (emotion) and human desire, which were thought to be formed by Qi began to be accepted.
  632. While Rinshi was Michinaga's first wife and, at the same time, the daughter of the serving daijin at that time and helped to promote Michinaga, the father of Akirako had been sadaijin like as Masanobu, but had already died and had been exiled due to the Anna Incident.
  633. While Roju were in charge of national affairs, Wakadoshiyori were responsible for housekeeping of the Shogun family and mainly controlling Hatamoto (direct retainers of Shogun) and Gokenin (also direct retainers of Shogun, but generally speaking, lower-ranked than Hatamoto).
  634. While Route No. 76B running between Yawata and Ikejima still operates today, the buses on this route now use a periphery factory road to change directions of the buses turning back, since the use of the bus rotary was terminated.
  635. While Ryokka-fair-Umekoji Station was in operation, its neighbors, Kyoto Station and Tanbaguchi Station, gave passengers guidance regarding Ryokka-fair-Umekoji Station by attaching seals to the station-name signboards.
  636. While Ryoma was losing consciousness, he called out "Ishikawa, where's the sword" so as not to reveal Nakaoka's real name.
  637. While SAIGO's honor had not been recovered after his death, Tomozane, together with Masaharu (or Shoji) IJICHI, Michihira IWASHITA, Taneomi SOEJIMA and others, secretly performed rites and festivals on an anniversary of his death and made efforts to realize the audience of SAIGO's bereaved children with Emperor Meiji.
  638. While Saburo MIKI, Washio KANO, Yahei TOYAMA and Tainoshin SHIMOHARA escaped, Hattori, the only one who was armed, fought alone till his last breath with his back to a wall.
  639. While Sadamori served as Meryo in Heian-Kyo (ancient capital in current Kyoto), his father TAIRA no Kunika was killed by his male cousin TAIRA no Masakado.
  640. While Sadanobu was hastening a reformation of the shogunate system through the Kansei Reform, he also set out the 'Kansei Igaku no kin' (the ban of Kansei's illegitimate learning) and 'Shoshiodan no kin' (the ban of non-officer crossing) to protect the Shushi-gaku which was the root of the ideology.
  641. While Saigyo's track record relating to poems in his youth, it seems certain that he associated with FUJIWARA no Toshinari while belonging to the circle of tanka poets under the Retired Emperor Sutoku.
  642. While Saionji studied diligently at the Sorbonne, he also engaged greatly in self-indulgence, and also it seems that he was quite popular among French women.
  643. While Sanekake protested against his lord, he secretly called a person who was in charge of supervising money and made him take a box of money from a storage room.
  644. While Sanemori began to work for Yoshitomo and Yoshihira again, he did not forget what he owed to Yoshitaka.
  645. While Saneyori's second son, FUJIWARA no Yoritada, also served as Kanpaku to Emperor Enyu and Emperor Kazan, leading the Imperial Court, the house of Ononomiya was unable to develop a marriage relationship with the Imperial family.
  646. While Sanyo often participated in koto kai (the gathering to appreciate the sound of guqin [ancient Chinese seven stringed zither]) where literary men gathered, Sanyo himself played Heike biwa (Japanese lute).
  647. While Senju Kannon statues are hardly found in India, there are remains in China such as Longmen Caves from the Tang Dynasty.
  648. While Serving the ODAs
  649. While Sessai had religious influence as a chief priest of Sunpu Rinzai-ji Temple (Shizuoka City), he was also called 'administrative ruler' or 'general' of the Imagawa clan and supported Yoshimoto with impressive ability in politics, military affairs and foreign policy.
  650. While Shakyamuni was alive, owners of large land or commercial capital owners, who belonged to wealthy class, were called koji (Buddhists).
  651. While Shiki and Ryo were independent of the ministries to some extent, Tsukasa was mostly under the command of the higher organizations including the ministries.
  652. While Shinran's nenbutsu group was censured by the Buddhist establishment and the other sects of Jodo Shu, a distinctive character of his discipline became clear, so his followers established a new sect, Jodo Shinshu, after his death.
  653. While Shinto is a polytheistic religion, it has a strong aspect of admiring Sorei (ancestral spirit, collective of ancestral spirits who have lost their individualities, ancestors deified as kami, spirit of a kami) and respects older things.
  654. While Shinto's multitude of kami are 'humanized divinities' who have the same form and attributes as humans, they are also 'guardian gods' that bestow blessings on the living; however, such kami are also capable of tormenting or harassing the living.
  655. While Shogun was to get up at 6 o'clock in the morning, Ieharu close to 50 years old increasingly awoke earlier.
  656. While Shukeiryo (Bureau of Statistics) controlled the Central Finance by auditing the tax yields of cho (tributes), Shuzeiryo controlled local finance through auditing by verifying account books of land taxes (especially rice tax) and suiko (government loans made to peasants).
  657. While Shuku REIZEI did not have the opportunity to head the Shimo Reizei family himself, his son, Tamekage REIZEI, was adopted by Tememasa and went on to head the Reizei family and continue the bloodline.
  658. While Shuzen NAGANO collected the external information for concluding the Ansei Five-Power Treaties, he made a great effort to summarize the opinion of a domain people.
  659. While Sobachi punishment is general, Betsubachi punishment is individualistic, and while Myobachi punishment is introspective, Kenbachi punishment is extrospective.
  660. While Soh music of gagaku was called 'gaku-Soh,' Soh music in the pre-modern times was called 'zoku-Soh' (or zokugoto) (modern Sho music).
  661. While Soji OKITA may generally be considered the youngest man among the cadre of the Shinsen-gumi masterless warrior party, the youngest was SAITO (there are several different opinions about OKITA's date of birth).
  662. While Soniryo had strict rules, its effectiveness was not fully maintained, as it was temporarily suspended due to Sogo's (a priest of a managerial post) demand.
  663. While Soshitsu and Sotan were merchants under the patronage of Hideyoshi, Soku OGA was a merchant under the patronage of the Kuroda clan: the natures of the two types of merchants appear completely different through the history.
  664. While Soun was working for the bakufu government in Kyoto, he studied Zen at Kennin-ji Temple and Daitoku-ji Temple.
  665. While Soyocho, three kinds of taxes under the Ritsuryo system, were imposed on individuals, tax was imposed on Koden under the new tax system.
  666. While Suiboku-ga in China originated from pursuit of realism autonomously, Suiboku-ga in Japan began from the acceptance of Chinese paintings.
  667. While Suketsuna was in Inaba Province he allegedly had a residence in Momodani, Homi County (present day Tottori City).
  668. While Tadamune's legitimate child, Tadamasa IJUIN, was hunting at Mt. Ogawara near Miyakojiro, he received the message that his father had been killed and immediately rushed back.
  669. While Tadayo resigned from the first on the list of the close associates of Shogun due to the totally burn down of the Nishinomaru, Tadayuki once again obtained the position of sosha (a person in charge of informing a shogun or daimyo of the name of visitors to the residence before a meeting).
  670. While Taiwan was under Japanese rule, the practice of eating sashimi made from local fish gradually spread throughout the population.
  671. While Takatsune was taking the reins of government, he couldn't bear to watch the slow moving construction of Gojo-bashi Bridge, which was entrusted to Doyo SASAKI, and Takatsune did it himself.
  672. While Takauji called back his heir Yoshiakira from Kamakura to put him in charge of political affairs instead of Tadayoshi, he sent his second son Motouji ASHIKAGA to Kamakura in return and set the Kamakurafu to rule the eastern provinces, appointing Motouji Kamakura kubo.
  673. While Takauji withdrew westward to Kyushu on the backfoot, the clan blocked the force of Yoshisada NITTA at Shirahata-jo Castle in Ako County, and in the Battle of Minato-gawa River in 1336, its performance became an underlying cause to Takauji's victory.
  674. While Tamemune stayed in Isa County (Hitachi Province), Nensai and Tamemune's younger brothers moved to Date County and called themselves as 'Date' to be the founder of Date clan.
  675. While Tanikaze had a well-built figure with great physical strength, Onokawa competed with carefully planned strategy and techniques.
  676. While Tanyu KANO (Eitoku's grandson) and the Kano group relocated to Edo, the Sunraku and Sansetsu lines of the Kano School remained in Kyoto, coming to be called, therefore, the Kyo Kano (the Kyoto branch of the Kano School).
  677. While Tatsusaburo HAYASHIYA (scholar of Japanese history) mostly agreed with Kida's theory, Hayashiya also advocated that Emperor Keitai was assassinated.
  678. While Teinosuke KINUGASA, then an actor, was touring in Nagoya, a movie theater owner in the region complained to Nikkatsu's head office.
  679. While Tenbu is sometimes simply referred to as Ten, the world where Tenbu resides in is also translated as Ten (Buddhism) (devaloka) and these two are often confused in Chinese character using regions.
  680. While Tenchu-gumi was in high spirits in Yamato Province, the political situation changed completely in Kyoto.
  681. While Tendai Mikkyo is called 'Daimitsu,' Shingon Mikkyo is called 'Tomitsu.'
  682. While Todai-ji Temple was the so-kokubun-ji Temple (head temple of Japan), Hokke-ji Temple was the so-kokubun-ni-ji Temple, and its exact name was Hokke metsuzai no tera.
  683. While Tokimasa was away in Kyoto on the Obanyaku (service of guard), Masako and Yoritomo fell in love.
  684. While Tokiwazu has the aspect of simplicity and dynamism, Kiyomoto has the aspect of beauty and fragility because it has overly refined such aspects of Tokiwazu.
  685. While Tokomaro and others were guarding Fukei's headquarters, the troop led by MIWA no Takechimaro guarding the right wing and the troop led by OKISOME no Usagi secretly went the back of the enemy and succeeded to beat it.
  686. While Tomitsu and Daimitsu, which were transmitted systematically, are called Jun-mitsu (Pure Esoteric Buddhism), Mikkyo, which had been transmitted in fragments and had adherents before Jun-mitsu, is called Zo-mitsu (Mixed Esoteric Buddhism).
  687. While Toshiie was a ronin, his father Toshimasa died, and his oldest brother Toshihisa had succeeded to the reigns of the Maeda clan.
  688. While Tsukumo-gami is drawn in Shinjuan-bon, specter of animals is also drawn in other picture scrolls.
  689. While Tsunekuni and Tadamune resided in Kanto region, Yoshikatsu resided in the capital as well as Yoshitaka and moved up in government service smoothly as the Taira family had been growing its power.
  690. While Tsunemori had concerns about the selfish behavior of members of the clan, he gave away the reigns of the family to his legitimate heir, Tsuneaki KIKKAWA in 1350, and died of disease in 1358.
  691. While Tsunenaga HASEKURA was negotiating with Rome for concluding military alliance, he told King Felipe III as follows;
  692. While Tsunetada who was a confidant of the Emperor Gosaga was alive, the family was more prosperous than the Tsunetsugu lineage of his cousin, but he also had a number of political opponents, and this led to the family being discontinued around the beginning of the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  693. While Tsuya is observed in a church in many cases, some are observed at home.
  694. While Ujiyasu succeeded the head of the Hojo family after the death of Ujitsuna in 1541, Yoshimoto formed an alliance in 1545 with Norimasa UESUGI, who was also in a warring state with Ujiyasu, and they made a joint attack against Ujiyasu.
  695. While Ujiyasu was alive
  696. While Ukiyoe influenced Japonism, it received influence from overseas.
  697. While Umako cooperated with Prince Shotoku in establishing their ancient political system, he was on guard against the rising power of the emperor.
  698. While Westerners sought beauty in 'eternal beings,' many Japanese have a strong tendency to seek beauty in transforming things.
  699. While Xavier did missionary work in Kagoshima, he liked to debate about religion with his friend Ninjitsu, who was the chief priest at Fukusho-ji Temple.
  700. While Yangming was still alive, the left-wingers, including Wang Longxi, clashed with Qian Xushan's group, which was moving closer to Shushigaku again, mainly over the interpretation of 'muzen muaku' in the theory of ryochi, and after the death of their master, they split.
  701. While Yasutaka TOGASHI succeeded Masachika as provincial constable, Renko and Rengo effectively became lords of the province and established the 'Two Temples' system.
  702. While Yasutsune soon returned to his previous post that time, he was subsequently removed from office for the third time and was also banished to Izu Province under suspicion of involving in the rebellion by MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune and MINAMOTO no Yukiie in 1185.
  703. While Yorimichi and FUJIWARA no Yoshinobu arranged their daughters Imperial consort's bridal entry into court one after another, Princess Teishi was not able to enter into the Imperial Palace although she was the Empress, however she was supported by Yorimichi and Norimichi's half younger brother, FUJIWARA no Yoshinobu.
  704. While Yoriyuki was bringing the Chugoku region under control by keeping the Tadafuyu's army confined, Shogun Takauji died in Kyoto.
  705. While Yoriyuki was in Kyoto, the army of the Southern Court recovered and became a threat in Awa.
  706. While Yoriyuki was on the campaign to put down Kiyouji, Tadafuyu's influence increased again, but was brought under control when former allies such as Hiroyo OUCHI and Tokiuji YAMANA returned to the bakufu side.
  707. While Yoshiaki was expelled from Kyo, Fujitaka was forgiven and assigned to serve as a guard of the Sakamoto-jo Castle in Omi Province.
  708. While Yoshiharu succeeded the patrimony, he assassinated Katatoyo GOTO in the Kannonji Castle in 1563 who was an important chief retainer of Rokkaku clan.
  709. While Yoshihiro, glad to know that, made for Tomomasa's residence, Tomomasa and his warriors ambushed and attacked his troops on the way at Nogi-cho, shouting at the top of their voice to make them in panic.
  710. While Yoshimochi, who was said to be on bad terms with Yoshimitsu, left Muromachi dai Palace after Yoshimitsu's death, the palace remained the residence of the Shogun for a long time, as the sixth Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA lived there.
  711. While Yoshinori tried to reconstruct the Muromachi bakufu shogunate, he was very suspicious and a lot of kuge (court nobles) and Buke (samurais) were punished or killed for minor reasons.
  712. While Yoshitsuna SAHARA, the seventh son of Yoshiaki MIURA, was the founder, the family only began to bear the name Ashina starting from the Yoshiaki's grandson Mitsumori's (there are different opinions.) generation.
  713. While Yoshitsune's uselessness in politics came to be pointed out, Kagetoki came to be recognized as someone who had volunteered a thankless role to establish Yoritomo's samurai government, and who was efficient and bureaucratic although he couldn't be described as a good person.
  714. While Yukiko IIDA considers that the tale is closer to the truth than "Gukansho."
  715. While Yukinaga KONISHI earned some trust from the Ming and Korean sides due to this, he took advantage of the situation and later lured the Ming and Korean troops out into the open and attacked them.
  716. While a Buddhist statue, rather than a hanging scroll, is recommended in other sects, a hanging scroll (a painting image or Myogo (name of Buddha)), rather than a Buddhist statue, is recommended in Jodo Shinshu Sect.
  717. While a Funeral Wake is sometimes observed at home, many are in a church.
  718. While a Funeral Wake was set up as above, Kenka filled in for Shoko, 'Ohanaryo' (monetary offering to the departed soul) as Choikin (condolence money) for 'Koden' (condolence gift), 'Butsuzen' (condolence gift) and so on were all worked out on the same purpose and were religiously authorized later.
  719. While a Temminck's cormorant is used in Japan, a common cormorant is used in China.
  720. While a covering stone in the first level measures about 15 centimetes by 10 centimetes, a covering stone in the second level is larger than that and measures approximately 40 centimetes by 25 centimetes.
  721. While a cup for coffee is called a coffee cup, there are also variations in shape for both tea and coffee.
  722. While a fierce battle raged at Shirahata-jo Castle, he went to Takauji in Kyushu and persuaded him to go east.
  723. While a gekkin used for Ming-era Chinese music is "ruanxian" (4 or 5-stringed Chinese lute) with a long neck, the "gekkin" used for Xing-era Chinese music is one with a round sound chamber.
  724. While a gorgeous and elegant taste of nobility had been favored in the Six Dynasties and the Tang, a folksy and simple taste came to be favored in the Sung period.
  725. While a legal wife of a daimyo holding a title of yakata-go was referred to as 'urakatasama' or 'gotaiho,' his legitimate son was respectfully called 'shin-yakatasama' or 'uesama' in large part.
  726. While a mainstream view for these disappearances is that they were due to poor sailing, Arikiyo SAEKI says that it was due to the fact the boats got larger and Haruyuki TONO argues that it was due to the diplomatic conditions of the missions to Tang China.
  727. While a principal, he was asked to "tell stories of his experiences as a decorated general of the Russo-Japanese War" and to "show off his uniform"; however, he refused all requests and never bragged about his accomplishments.
  728. While a retired emperor governed the cloistered government as Chiten no Kimi, it was called Shinsei (Emperor's directly ruled government) when the current emperor takes control of the politics.
  729. While a rooster crows and the day dawns in Japan, there is no sign of daylight yet in Chanan and Luoyang.
  730. While a stone Buddhist image (an independent stone Buddhist image) which was made of a cut stone can be moved, Magaibutsu can not be moved because it was carved on natural rock face and so on.
  731. While a student, he founded the 'Philosophical Society' together with Enryo INOUE and others, and edited the first edition of the "Journal of the Society of Philosophy" in February 1887.
  732. While a switchback disappeared due to the integration of two stations, trains of the Keishin Line turned around on the track of the Ishiyama-Sakamoto Line and inconvenience in maintenance and inspection jobs arose.
  733. While a system of loaning is believed to have existed in China since long ago, a similar system may have existed in Japan as well since ancient times, it is speculated.
  734. While a taxi is running slower than a certain speed (10 kilometers per hour) or stopping, the elapse time is calculated in a certain standard method to be converted into the distance and then the amount is added to the fare.
  735. While a tea field was being cultivated in 1912, a wooden container was found accidentally and three epitaphs were unearthed.
  736. While a war against foreign countries under the same royal throne continued, the ingression by Wa (Japan) to the Korean Peninsula continued 303 years, from the alliance with Kudara in 366 until the destruction of Goguryeo (kingdom of Korea) in 668 through the battle against Tang-Silla at Baekgang in 663.
  737. While abolished official events and kokki (national mourning) were crossed out, newly established ones were added temporarily, and it was rewritten as needed.
  738. While accepting American modern culture, Japan digested and transformed it into an original and Japanese style, and created various and rich food cultures, and a new Japanese culture typified by animation and Japanese comics.
  739. While acting for movies, he took part in the independent performance of the kabuki 'Shichinin no kai' (party of seven persons) from 1958 together with Nizaemon KATAOKA, the thirteenth, and others.
  740. While active in the group he worked together with Kondo and associates.
  741. While actual names of the god vary from region to region, "Yamanokami" or "Yamagami" is commonly used.
  742. While adults carry a kaki yama (kaki yamakasa), children pull a hiki yama (hiki yamakasa).
  743. While alive, he had a long and close relationship with Kaiun KAMITSUKASA, Betto (the head priest) of Todai-ji Temple.
  744. While all of the unions were controlled by shugo on the one hand, they were allowed to be independent to some extent on the other hand.
  745. While all of this was going on, three years had passed, this affair became known to Toba-in.
  746. While all official documents had to be sealed, proper positions to be sealed on the documents were determined in this Article.
  747. While all other brothers became Kyogen (farce played during a Noh cycle) actors, he, who was seeking the path to be a Noh actor, was apprenticed to Motomasa KANZE, the 25th, in 1952, and underwent training under Hisao KANZE.
  748. While almost no written records exist on what she was doing, she reportedly visited the Ise-jingu Shrine with Empress Genmei on March 17, 675.
  749. While an egg yolk contains more bad cholesterol, an egg white is said to contain good cholesterol that offsets the bad one.
  750. While an innocho kudashibumi, such as Shochoku (imperial edict) and Daijokanpu (official documents issued by Daijokan, Grand Council of State), was a document that expressed the final decision of the government, an inzen was considered a much simpler document from the point of view of its format and efficacy.
  751. While an ordinary plain weave uses warp and weft yarns of the same thickness, habutae is woven using two thinner warp yarns for each one weft yarn so that its texture becomes soft, light and with silky glaze.
  752. While another name of Jugoinoge was Eishaku (the title of honorable position or honorable noble class), those who belonged to this rank were referred to as Daibu (Master).
  753. While appointed Ritsuryo government officials needed to be approved by the Emperor, the Kami (director) had a free hand to appoint Shori into posts or Ryoge no kan.
  754. While approaching the shogun, Yasumori seems to have supported Tokimune at the same time.
  755. While apricot seeds can cause severe incidents, it is safe for infants to nibble Japanese green plums.
  756. While asserting protection of human rights and taxation and finance reforms, Teikokuzaiseikakushin kai enthusiastically supported the government during the Japanese-Sino War.
  757. While at Fugenin, he wrote many books, which contributed to the development of the practical training of the Shingon Esoteric Buddhism.
  758. While at Tokyo University, he developed close friendships with children of the nobility such as Koichi KIDO (later, Naidaijin or Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal) and Kumao HARADA (who later became Kimmochi SAIONJI's secretary), both of whom later became active in the political world as members of the 'reformist group of the Imperial court.'
  759. While at first it seems an unrelated incident, some research has regarded Bateigin Incident that occurred during the Boxer Rebellion as the remote cause of Kotoku Incident or High Treason Incident in 1910.
  760. While at the Rikugun Daigakko (Army War College), he had the honor of dining with Emperor Meiji, but he declined the invitation on the grounds that he had diarrhea, for which he was reprimanded by Prince Yoshihito, the Crown Prince (who was later to become Emperor Taisho).
  761. While at the end of the 8th century, the capital was moved to Heian-kyo, the new capital Kyoto was surrounded by thick green mountains in three directions and rich pure water and it was a land of beautiful picturesque scenery.
  762. While at the officer academy he became acquainted with Saburo SHIMADA, and at Nakane's school became friends with people such as Sotaro IBA.
  763. While attacking Shushigaku (Neo-Confucianism) that grasped human beings uniformly, Soraigaku was a school sect that positively grasped individuality of human beings; for this reason, it was essential to understand ancient words.
  764. While awabi have four or five holes, tokobushi (Haliotis diversicolor aquatilis) have six to eight.
  765. While banks and exchange bureaus at airports mainly handle foreign money exchange in Japan, foreign exchange dealers are also found in major cities and sightseeing spots outside Japan.
  766. While being a high priest, Shunyu had firmly declined offers for the various positions but was known as Naiku and was also referred to as Ishiyama Naiku or Fugen-in Naiku.
  767. While being at the position of Monjo hakase, he was involved in kanjin (a report requested from specialists concerning precedents for court rituals or other issues) for names of the following eras: Jogen, Kenryaku, Kenpo, and Jokyu.
  768. While being based on martial arts, in principle it denies disputes using force, or winning and losing.
  769. While being called gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate during the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) under MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, Shimokobe no SHOJI Yukihira, Kiyoshige KASAI of Kasai no Mikuriya, and Shigetada HATAKEYAMA, were manor heads of donated shoen on a grand scale.
  770. While being deeply involved, along with his cousin FUJIWARA no Nariko, in the center of state affairs in Kyoto, he also established a lot of shoen (manor in medieval Japan) in various provinces and achieved remarkable economic success.
  771. While being in agony at Nanbuzaka, Oishi also took leave with his heart hardened and says in the snow "Come, Terasaka".
  772. While being in office, he examined the actual condition of the domestic industries, and drew up report for the encouragement of new industry, and presented it as well as the entire thirty volumes of 'Kogyo Iken' (Opinions on Encouragement of New Industry).
  773. While being involved in the politics of Edo as one of the Tottori clan members, he began to feel opposed to Kaishu KATSU's idea of opening Japan to foreign countries.
  774. While being no card beside the yama-fuda, the player took a card drawn hime takes one more card.
  775. While being noble music with graceful words, kumiuta gradually fell into mannerism, and was not composed anymore in the middle of Edo period.
  776. While being one of the most ancient and simplest weapons, its origin is rather unclear due to fewer historical sources and literature than other martial arts such as swordplay.
  777. While being responsible for the finance of Shokoku-ji Temple as Tsukan, he also served Ashikaga Shogun family as an official painter.
  778. While boasting the largest production among kelp, L. longissima is regarded as kelp for general use and sold at a low price, because it contains a little umami (a kind of flavor) ingredient.
  779. While both kanji (Chinese characters) and hiragana were used together in Japanese writing, the dots and strokes making up a kanji character gradually came to have curve lines like hiragana characters.
  780. While both parties derive pleasure from the heterosexual relationship, only one party feels pleasure, leaving the other in pain, in a homosexual relationship.
  781. While both the Ise no Saigu and the Kamo no Saiin systems coexisted, Saiin near the capital was regarded more important than Ise no Saigu located far from the capital; successive Saiin Priestesses were rarely selected from female relatives of the Emperor, and most of their real mothers were highborn ladies.
  782. While both the inbound and outbound trains of the limited express 'Twilight Express' (overnight train service) running between Osaka Station and Sapporo Station stop at this station, both the inbound and outbound trains of the limited express 'Nihonkai' (overnight train service) pass through this station.
  783. While bronze shoko are hung from a stand when in use, wooden sho are placed on the floor.
  784. While brothers of Yoshinobu strived for promotion by acting in concert with Yorimichi, Yoshinobu refused and quarreled with Yorimichi openly, sometimes making his father angry.
  785. While building his carrier in the legal world on one hand, he was appointed to U.S. charge d'affaires to Copenhagen and U.S. charge d'affaires to Prussia (later, a minister extraordinary and plenipotentiary) and played active roles as a diplomat on the other (Matsukuma 1992).
  786. While bushi could easily kill his servant, the power to decide life and death of servants and kenzoku (disciples or followers of Buddha) was not limited to bushi at that time.
  787. While cards are in upside down position, both player takes 25 cards each and set out these cards on their own territory in 3 layers.
  788. While carrying out this expansion work, he assembled rocks and reconfigured the channel to control the water level at the end of the flow, which resulted in the water course becoming completely dammed and causing it to pool as a pond.
  789. While centering on the Kyoto- Nisi-Akashi section, this article also discusses the Yasu-Kyoto and Nishi-akashi-Kakogawa sections as well as other lines on which direct trains run, including The Kosei Line, the Fukuchiyama Line, and the JR Tozai Line etc. when needed.
  790. While chanting a mantra they worship at 260 places, including Todo, Saito, Yokawa and Hiyoshi Taisha Shrine, covering about 30km in six hours or so.
  791. While class locomotives created under modern thoughts were disappearing comparatively early, yard-track shunting steam locomotives remained for use years afterwards.
  792. While classical music was being played, the emperor performed the ritual to pray for a good harvest and the security of his dynasty, holding the former emperors' memorial tablets in front of the altar.
  793. While close to ten bags of average cooking rice can be harvested from one tan, an average of just four to seven bags can be harvested from one tan.
  794. While committee members were speaching at the conference, Yoshifuru fell asleep and snored loudly.
  795. While common farmers, tradesmen and craftsmen could not officially use Myoji, they were not regulated concerning the use of Kamon that became to function as signs of a family or a clan.
  796. While company names of producers that manufacture major and private brands hardly appear on the labels in principle, some producers develop their own brand name products.
  797. While compiling the history book, a document called "A Copy of Rokkaku Jotei Josho" dated July, 1560, was found among the "Documents Owned by Takuichiro KASUGA" (later renamed to "Documents Owned by Chikara KASUGA").
  798. While concurrently holding the two posts, Mansai also served as To-ji choja (the chief abbot of To-ji Temple) and the head priest of Shitenno-ji Temple, and finally rose to Daisojo (head priest of the Buddhist sect) in 1409.
  799. While conducting field research, he identified many Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in Engishiki laws).
  800. While continuing to work as the vice-president of the Ryuchi-kai, Kawase was assigned to be a director of Yokohama Specie Bank the following year, and made efforts to set up the association for tea industry and expand the production and export of tea.
  801. While continuing with his acting, he also produced and directed films.
  802. While cooking, pour off and add water several times.
  803. While coupling cars are waiting on Platform 2, the train bound for Kyobashi arrives on Platform 2 and connects the coupling cars.
  804. While daijokanpu was normally used to send a daijokan's order, daijokancho, a less imperative document, was used to send it to Buddhist temples because daijokan did not have a direct vassal relationship with Buddhist temples.
  805. While dangake (to have the fermenting mix of 'steamed rice, koji [rice cultivated with a mold, usually aspergillus oryzae] and water' added with more steamed rice, koji and water in batches) is usually conducted three times (i.e. adding rice, koji and water mix in three batches) in the current sake brewing process, it is said that Nara-ryu involved dangake of four to five times.
  806. While directing some TV series, he also completed several theatrical films with Katsu Production Co., Ltd. - Daiei Kyoto Studio (released by Toho Co., Ltd.).
  807. While disobedience means betraying one's home country and obeying a false master (enemy, insurgents), countering means threatening one's lord's life, and so a scheme of disobedience and a scheme of countering differ in meaning.
  808. While doing his work, he translated Ogai MORI's "Maihime" (The Dancing Girl) and Doppo KUNIKIDA's "Gyuniku to Bareisho" (Meat and Potatoes) into Russian, but suffered from insomnia due to nights during which the sun did not set.
  809. While earning his living through selling books and selling In (an object on top of which a seal pattern has been carved), he went to Edo and studied under Shibutsu OKUBO, and learned from Rinkoku HOSOKAWA how to carve Tensho-style Chinese characters.
  810. While eating at a well known duck restaurant in France, he exclaimed that 'the sauce did not match the food' and used the Wasabi soy sauce he had brought with him.
  811. While emphasizing the reproof of the Ganghwa Island incident, they practically tried to conclude a treaty and establish modern international relationship with Korea, which had been left unsettled for many years.
  812. While engaging in battles with the Otomo and Shoni clans in northern Kyushu, he added title of Shugoshiki (military governor) of Aki and Iwami to his father's estate of Suo, Nagato, Buzen and Chikuzen, and expanded his power to a part of Higo Province as well.
  813. While enjoying the economic growth because of World War I, Japan also experienced a great advancement in industrial power, and consequently, there was a societal demand to build more imperial universities and increase the student enrollment limit.
  814. While enrolled at Tekijuku, he went to Nagasaki City on one year's sabbatical, and was later promoted to head of the Tekijuku.
  815. While entertaining Ieyasu, Nobunaga was asked to dispatch reinforcements by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI who was engaged in attacking Bicchu Takamatsu-jo Castle.
  816. While envoys dispatched from the Ming were staying in Japan, there was a political coup in the Ming, by which the Emperor Yongle ascended the throne.
  817. While examples of work in the Jocho style of sculpture came to be formalized, this Amida statue is a superb work which is highly acclaimed as a representative work of Jocho.
  818. While exempted from dispatching the troops three days later on the 9th, he was ordered to serve as rusuiyaku (a person representing the master during his absence) at Honmaru (the keep of a castle) of Edo-jo Castle with Tadamasa TORII.
  819. While family members and Nii no Ama and Emperor Antoku, after preparing to die, threw themselves into the sea one after another, Noritsune still continued to fight alone.
  820. While feeing sympathy for her, Kaoru began to be interested in this nyobo, who was brought up to become the princess of the Crown Prince and Kaoru once had an offer of marriage with her.
  821. While fighting against her illness for a long time, Miyako fulfilled her minimum duty as an empress of an emperor by giving birth to a prince heir.
  822. While fighting the Otomo clan, the Ouchi clan also fought against the Shoni clan and so forth in Chikugo, gradually assuming the hegemony of northern Kyushu.
  823. While fighting with the uprising army invading from Kaga Province, Yoshikage ordered Yoshiie YAMAZAKI and Kagekata UOZUMI to attack the Horie family.
  824. While fleeing to Hatta-jo Castle, some soldiers were separated from his army and killed themselves, and Masakatsu NAITO entered Kogadake-jo Castle, where he is thought to have died.
  825. While fleeing, they were often attacked, and Asanaga, Yoshitaka and Shigenari died from injuries sustained during this time.
  826. While following the footsteps of SEN no Rikyu, who brought the art of tea ceremony to perfection, he also developed a lively and creative style of art and created an art trend known as the Oribe style in pottery, architecture and gardening during the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  827. While for other types of sandwiches, the ingredients of which are usually moist, dry bread is preferred, in case of katsusando, since the cutlet's breading is crispy, soft bread is better.
  828. While four of the Five Relationships are vertical, that of 'associates' is based on a horizontal relationship.
  829. While fresh Udon noodles have excellent eating quality, they are unsuitable for long preservation because they maturing advances with time.
  830. While fuji-mon design is widely used in general households, it is said that only seven (out of 97) families of the Fujiwara clan lineage use them.
  831. While funerals are not held on the day of tomobiki under other sects' interpretation because of anxiety for pulling friends, there is no problem to hold funerals on the day of tomobiki in Jodo Shinshu Sect.
  832. While fusuma-shoji were used as partitions between rooms, kicho was inevitably placed and fabrics that provided stage effects to emphasize a woman's personality were used near the lady, and they played an important role to subdivide a room.
  833. While gathering allies from Izu, Soun slowly drove Chachamaru into a corner, and five years later in 1497, he took over Fukane-jo Castle in South Izu, finally bringing peace to the land.
  834. While geisha were not allowed to wear two pieces or more, yujo (prostitute) wore many yoshicho in their hair.
  835. While gokenin samurai retainers received extensive patronage (eg. being appointed manor lords), they were also obligated to muster in Kamakura during times of emergency.
  836. While government course guidelines employ the term Yamato Imperial Court, Japanese history textbook publishers use various different terms such as those mentioned above.
  837. While grilling, put the sauce repeatedly, and when it is done, cut the fish into pieces of around three cm.
  838. While handling Fuheishizoku-no-Hanran (rebellions of former samurai with gripes) and Jiyu Minken Undo (Movement for Liberty and People's Right), the Meiji Government began to realize the need for a parliamentary system.
  839. While having built a tasteful garden called Rakusan-en in the castle located in Kanra County, Kozuke Province, he also committed himself to the nurturing of industries, such as sericulture.
  840. While having gone into the commitment period, effective measures have not been taken at all and the emissions amount in 2007 is larger by 2.4% than that of the previous year and does not seem to decrease at all.
  841. While having high nutritional value, individual insects are so small that the nutritional value obtained per insect is relatively low.
  842. While having your meal, you can drink Japanese sake, chat and enjoy a geisha's performances.
  843. While he acted as retired Emperor, during the Kanno Disturbance when the ASHIKAGA clan's internal struggle was raging in 1352, he and retired Emperor Kogon were captured by the Southern Court as Emperor Gomurakami's army chased Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA in Kyoto and recaptured the city.
  844. While he assisted Yoritane CHIBA, the infant head of the head family of the Chiba clan, he externally acted as a representative of the family.
  845. While he began his studies learning about Esoteric Buddhism, he also pursued the way of Shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts).
  846. While he blames Yoshitomo for seeing his father die without any attempt to save him, he is afraid that his son will be blamed by everyone for killing his father, and finally he is killed while chanting Namu-amidabutsu, a (single) sincere call upon the name of Amida, worrying about the future of his young son.
  847. While he changed his name more than 10 times throughout his life, he is generally known as Kinzo HIROSE; especially in his hometown Kochi Prefecture and nearby areas, he is affectionately called by his nickname, Ekin.
  848. While he compiled rengashu (renga collections) and kashu (poem collections) such as "Shingyokushu" (New gems collection) and "Shinkei Sozu Juttai Waka" (Priest Shinkei's Waka in Ten Style), he was also one of the renga shichiken (seven sages of renga) whose poems were included in "Chikurinsho" (Bamboo Grove Notes) compiled by Sogi.
  849. While he designed a golden tea room, he was bringing wabi-Cha to perfection, inventing Soan teahouse, making Raku tea bowl and beginning to use Hanaire (flower vase for tea ceremony).
  850. While he doubts if Isora curses her, Sode passes away after seven days in spite of all the care.
  851. While he encouraged a Noh play and Sarugaku (one of the Japanese traditional performing arts spread in Heian period), which made his name as a cultured person of the first rank, he had raised the whole family's hostility to make a Sarugaku-si Actor his vassal.
  852. While he energetically performs various pieces of Noh music such as unknown classics, master pieces or reproductions.
  853. While he enjoyed seal engraving, he began to learn under Fuyo KO, and finally went to the heart of it, then became a high-caliber disciple.
  854. While he entered the Buddhist priesthood on Mt. Hiei and studied Tendai teachings, he then aspired to study Zen and journeyed to China in 1171 together with a disciple called 金慶
  855. While he forbid Christianity, which was symbolized by 'Bateren Tsuihorei' (an edict expelling the European missionaries), he earnestly promoted commerce with Europe.
  856. While he had a meticulous nature, he was extremely difficult, and hated snobs that Unzen did not speak people who he hated and often threw his paintbrush and glass to drive them away.
  857. While he had a quarrel with Okane, a messenger from Kadoebi, a big brothel, which Chobei often visited, came up.
  858. While he had loved to draw since he was a child, his father would not allowe him to learn how to paint.
  859. While he has various aspects of a creator of nations, he is likened to have a personality like that of a naughty child (from the 6th alternate writing of Section 8 in Nihonshoki).
  860. While he held various positions such as Uchujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), Sangi (Royal Advisors) and Sakyo no Daibu (Master of the Eastern Capital Offices) in succession, he was known as a tanka poet and a person with good handwriting and he taught penmanship to FUJIWARA no Tadamichi.
  861. While he held various posts including Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), he caught the plague, which was raging in 947, and was survived by his grandfather, FUJIWARA no Tadahira and his father, Saneyori who was, right before this time, promoted to Sadaijin (Minister of the left).
  862. While he incorporated the styles of Shigenari FURUTA and Enshu KOBORI, his style was soft and elegant.
  863. While he is a young noble blessed with good looks inherited from Genji, he is also an excellent government official who is good at reading the Chinese classics.
  864. While he is putting things in order, he finds a bundle of letters which were sent by Murasaki no ue while he was in Suma.
  865. While he is said to have run a good government, there is an opposing view.
  866. While he learned medical science in Kyoto, he also learned Suika Shinto (Shinto thoughts advocated by Ansai YAMAZAKI) from Isai TAMAKI..
  867. While he left hardly any political achievements, it is widely known that he was rebuked by Kadono no Okimi for trying to say a word at a meeting to decide a successor to the deceased Takechi no Miko (Prince Takechi) ("Kaifuso" [Fond Recollections of Poetry]).
  868. While he left management of the clinic to his wife, he became involved in Western learning.
  869. While he lived in the dormitory, he often discussed with his friends.
  870. While he mainly sat while on stage, on the day of senshuraku (closing day), he stood up as if possessed during the final scene of the 'Senju Ohashi no B'" (scene of Senju Ohashi Bridge) just before the fall of the curtain.
  871. While he mentioned that foreign words such as 'coquetterie' and 'esprit' have a similar meaning, he argued that common or similar points derived through the abstraction of forms should not be used to understand a culture.
  872. While he performed various jobs, he wrote the book of Yusoku-kojitsu (ancient practices and usages) called "Sinsen Nenchugyoji."
  873. While he played a role as mediator at the time of giving Zenji-go (a title given to honorable priests) to Bassui Tokusho, the founder of Enzan Kogaku-ji Temple in 1547, and in 1552 left Kyoto as Imperial envoy for unknown purposes, he consistently functioned as a mediator relating to the Takeda clan.
  874. While he played the role of the Director of the Kokuho Shurijo of the Nihon Bijitsuin and a professor of Tokyo University of the Arts, he became the chief priest of Otagi Nenbutsu-ji Temple in Kyoto in 1955 to restore the temple.
  875. While he praised Tokiyori saying, 'His consideration is equivalent to a big achievement, so a reward has to be given for his behavior,' and he made Tokiyori a fief days later.
  876. While he provided his men for the repairs of various castles by the Edo bakufu since 1640 and displayed his royalty to the Tokugawa, he also did not forget to pay his respect to the Toyotomi family as his lineage.
  877. While he reconstructed Sakai Chogen-ji Temple in 1558, he also gained faith from Miyoshi clan in Kawachi Province.
  878. While he revived Chion-in Temple in 1234, he established the basis of Hyakumanben Chion-ji Temple.
  879. While he served as Bakufu Goyo-gakari (Shogunate's official business person), he supported Kinno no shishi (patriots with reverence for the Emperor) from the fund side.
  880. While he served at the Kumano Hongu shrine, he founded a betsugu (shrine associated with the main shrine) named Imakumano-sha Shrine (present Tokei-jinja Shrine), thereby gaining ground to advance into Hidaka-gun.
  881. While he served in the Satsuma Rebellion, he was stricken with diarrhea in the Kyushu region, and died in the army hospital in Nagasaki.
  882. While he served the retired Emperor Goshirakawa as a Hokumen no Bushi (Imperial Palace Guard), he stood out as a poet.
  883. While he stayed in Paris, he went to Academie Julian.
  884. While he steadily fulfilled duties of governing a nation and providing relief to people as a bureaucrat, he enjoyed a pastime as Bunjin in his private life.
  885. While he strictly tightened the controls on the Imperial Court, he arranged to have Kazuko TOKUGAWA, one of his daughters married with Emperor Gomizuno.
  886. While he strongly recognized the superior points of Western civilizations, he also noticed his inferiority complex when confronted with the West.
  887. While he studied under another Buddhist priest called Shotetsu and was known as a poet of the Reizei School, he gradually became a renga poet of the time by for example attending the 'Kitano-sha manku' (10,000 linked verses event at Kitano-jinja Shrine) in 1433.
  888. While he trained as the student of bakufu goteni (a doctor, who worked for the bakufu) (anonymous), he began to learn Japanese fencing in a nearby martial art hall in 1861.
  889. While he was Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), Kanpaku FUJIWARA no Michitaka became seriously ill, and this provoked a disturbance in relation with nairan-senshi (a preliminary inspection of imperial decree) for Michitaka's son, FUJIWARA no Korechika.
  890. While he was a devout Buddhist, he preferred to be active in the secular world until his death, refusing to become a priest even on the verge of death.
  891. While he was a governor of Bungo Province he was ordered by his father, Yorisuke, who was a chigyo kokushu (provincial proprietor), to go down to Bungo Province.
  892. While he was a ronin, his ex-master's clan was abolished sinece the lord of Enya Domain, Enya Hangan (the third highest official in the Ritsuryo system) hurt a man with a sword.
  893. While he was a university student, Oshima studied under Masamichi INOKI.
  894. While he was active in politics, he also established Kangakuin (university) as an educational institute to educate the children of the Fujiwara clan.
  895. While he was admired for his talent in Confucianism, he also had wide knowledge of civil affairs and worked hard as a capable official to support Emperor Seiwa and Emperor Yozei in a way such as to advocate the settlement of "kanden (Imperial Estate)" (Gangyo imperial estates) for financial reconstruction.
  896. While he was alive, his last rank was Gondaiichi.
  897. While he was also known as TAIRA no Tsunetaka, Kagetaka, can be written as '景隆' or '景高.'
  898. While he was an officer of the Ministry of Education, NAKAGAWA also associated with Jinzo NARUSE, who established Japan Women's University.
  899. While he was born as the son of a clothing shop owner in Kyoto, and visited Mt. Obaku following his father, in 1667, at age 15, he became a disciple of Gettan Docho, an attendant of Ingen.
  900. While he was called Narabi-ga-oka daijin (minister) because he lived in a mountain villa at Narabi-ga-oka, Ukyo Heian-kyo (the western part of the ancient capital in current Kyoto), he was also called variously Hi daijin, Kitaoka daijin and Noji daijin.
  901. While he was called Yari no Mataza and won a name for himself, he had another side that he was calculating and knew how to succeed in the world.
  902. While he was confined to his house, he became acquainted with Razan HAYASHI (a Japanese scholar who, with his son and grandson, established the thought of the great Chinese Neo-Confucian philosopher Chu Hsi as the official doctrine of the Tokugawa shogunate), and was pardoned thanks to his mediation.
  903. While he was department director of the military order in the Navy just before the Sino-Japanese War, he was strictly on the noncombatant side because he appreciated the military potential of China's North Sea Fleet.
  904. While he was devoting himself to the solution of the Tempo Famine in 1832, he contracted a disease.
  905. While he was engaged in overseeing the delivery of military supplies, he borrowed 150,000 dollars of public money from the Ministry of the Army and started to invest in the silk market.
  906. While he was engaged in translating Shakespeare's English works, he launched the creation of Japanese modern dramas.
  907. While he was given the names Aizan and Osetsu Suiso as his go (byname), his actual name was Sadaji TANIGUCHI and his nickname was Shikan.
  908. While he was given the names Suian, Bunkyotei and Nikyo as his go (second name or alias) besides Shunkin, his real name was Sen and his nickname was Hakukyo and Jussen.
  909. While he was given the nickname of 'furoshiki' (a Japanese wrapping cloth; the word is often used for talking big and bragging about something) for his large-scale projects, he was actually a capable manager of colonial administration as well as talented city planner.
  910. While he was greenhorn, he was challenged to a duel by Hanbei IWAMI, and after he refuted Hanbei, he became good friends with residents of the Ueno residential district of samurai to which Iwami belonged.
  911. While he was having a feast with Morohira KANO, who was his master, on the top of Nakatsuyama-kofun Tumulus near his birthplace, he warded off a group of monks who were robbing the mound for magatama (comma-shaped beads).
  912. While he was heading for Dazai-fu, he became sick in Toshima District in Settsu Province and was granted the pardon for entering the capital.
  913. While he was hiding in Hakodate trying to find a way of traveling abroad, he met Nikolai Kasatkin, who was a priest to the Russian Consulate at the time.
  914. While he was hiding in this temple during his fugitive life, he was captured and executed by Kazumasa ISONO, the local lord of Omi Takashima County.
  915. While he was highly educated, he was also good at Chinese poetry and waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables), and ten of his poems were chosen in Chokusen wakashu (anthology of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command) including "Goshui Wakashu" (4th imperial anthology).
  916. While he was highly regarded as a doctor, he himself was said to be suffering from a strong inferiority complex for becoming a doctor without receiving a standard Western medical science education at an advanced organization.
  917. While he was in Edo, Kazuemon FUWA, who was exiled from Ako Domain, stated his desire to join the party, and Oishi gave him the permission to return to the Asano clan and become their comrade in front of Takumi no Kami's grave when visiting Sengaku-ji Temple where he rests.
  918. While he was in Germany, he changed his major from medical science to politics and economics without permission, which became a problem.
  919. While he was in Kyoto, it seems that he learned tanka poetry from Tamekazu REIZEI and he invited Tamekazu to the Tojo-jo Castle in 1522.
  920. While he was in Osaka, he held the position of the leader of quarters, however, as he often acted individually, it seems that he left the Shinsengumi after the death of his brother Sanjuro, although his enrolment until that period is confirmed.
  921. While he was in Qing he formed friendship with Qing writers such as Kotetsubai, and furthermore, he became influenced in calligraphy by observing ancient writings such as the Kinsekibun (words written on metal or stones).
  922. While he was in a difficult period in his life, he met Oharu who gave him helping hand and the two were married.
  923. While he was in charge of Kazue no kami (the head of budget bureau) in the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), he died of a bad rash at the age of 62.
  924. While he was in domestic trouble, he transferred from Shinjuku kuritsu Aijitsu shogakko to Chiyoda kuritsu Ochanomizu shogakko, and to Kinka shogakko; the reason for transferring to the last one was considered to have been in preparation for entering Tokyofu daiichi chugaku.
  925. While he was in power, Emperor Toba ruled the cloister government.
  926. While he was in prison after he lost the battle in Goryokaku, he wrote to his brother to teach him in detail how to make an incubator, soap and so on, the new way to raise silkworms and how to extract indigo, for the purpose of helping his brother's living.
  927. While he was in the hospital, all of the houses, the warehouses, and the household goods were attached by the creditors.
  928. While he was in this position, he examined the wounds of Taisuke ITAGAKI who was stabbed by a hoodlum while he was canvassing in Gifu City.
  929. While he was in those positions, he developed the manufacturing process of cement, sodium carbonate, and fire-proof bricks.
  930. While he was intending to apologize to Ieyasu, Ieyasu passed away……' (Tokugawa jikki [The True Tokugawa Records]).
  931. While he was involved in negotiations with the Tokugawa clan before the Battle of Sekigahara, he prepared diplomatic documents addressed to the Ming Dynasty in China or Ryukyu.
  932. While he was known as Kaemon YAMAZAKI, his actual name was Ka YAMAZAKI and his nickname was Moriyoshi.
  933. While he was known as Ryohei ODA, his actual name was Rui ODA or Ei ODA.
  934. While he was loved by everybody thanks to his downtown boy like generous character, he is said to have been a serious-minded person who never drunk alcohol.
  935. While he was managing to promote actors such as Kinnosuke NAKAMURA, Chiyonosuke AZUMA, Hashizo OKAWA and Ken TAKAKURA, he had Tomu UCHIDA, who had experienced the hardships of Manchuria, shoot "Chiyari Fuji" (A Bloody Spear on Mount Fuji) (1955).
  936. While he was nicknamed 'insane artist' and 'bloody Yoshitoshi', he established his unique style for each of the above-mentioned subjects.
  937. While he was once named as Tadatsune by his father Yorinaga in 1145, his name was changed to Kanenaga on the following day due to his grandfather Tadazane FUJIWARA's strong opposition.
  938. While he was performing in Osaka, Jakuemon NAKAMURA Ⅰrecognized his natural talent so Sojuro was adopted by his wife's family (Daigoro MIMASU Ⅳ was his wife's father) and in July 1860, he was given the name Gennosuke MIMASU Ⅲto succeed the name of his dead brother-in-law.
  939. While he was preparing and waiting, Yamata no Orochi came.
  940. While he was recuperating, he was absorbed in the stock investment with the fund he raised by stock trading.
  941. While he was serving as Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors) of the Provinces of Izumi, Echigo, Iyo, and Harima, he made a fortune and received an exceptional promotion to Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) in 1165.
  942. While he was serving as the Minister of the Navy, he selected Gonbei YAMAMOTO as the Kanboshuji (director of the secretariat) of the Ministry of the Navy and allowed him to exercise his abilities, leading to the victories of the Imperial Japanese Navy in the Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War.
  943. While he was serving in the second Yamamoto Cabinet established right after the Great Kanto Earthquake, he held positions as Minister of Home Affairs and President of the Imperial Capital Reconstruction Department to draft out the city revival plan.
  944. While he was staying in Satsuma, he held talks with kyushinha (the radicals) such as Shipachi MURATA and Sanpei MITAMA, and he felt confident of the success of dispatching troops.
  945. While he was staying in the old Japan, Paekche was destroyed by Tang Dynasty and Silla, so he returned home to revive Paekche.
  946. While he was still a high school student, he learned under Mansaku NOMURA.
  947. While he was studying in France, Aritomo YAMAGATA, who was the highest ranking official in the army at the time, asked Yoshifuru to run errands to a high ranking military official in the French army.
  948. While he was taking office as Kenrei of Tochigi Prefecture (1884), Kabasan Incident, where a Liberal Party member plotted assassination of MISHIMA, happened.
  949. While he was teaching of many disciples, he published "Ganka Kinno" in 1829 and "Zoku Ganka Kinno" in 1837 (These series of books became the bible of ophthalmology in 19th century).
  950. While he was the Minister of Commerce and Agriculture, he gave orders for the first time to begin preventive construction for the Ashio Copper Mine pollution case, which had been an impending problem at that time, and made an inspection tour of the site for the first time as a minister, although the visit was conducted privately.
  951. While he was the lord of Koriyama Domain, he employed Mataemon ARAKI, a master of swordplay, as his vassal for a short time.
  952. While he was the only Prince of Emperor Shomu and was to be the most promising candidate for Crown Prince, the Imperial Princess Abe (later to become Empress Koken) whose mother was Empress Komyo was formally installed as Crown Princess on February 10, 738,
  953. While he was the president of Bank of Taiwan, as he had more spare time, he associated more frequently with upper management in political and financial society, and backed by Kinmochi SAIONJI, he gradually set foot into the world of politics.
  954. While he was thinking that Kaneie came to pay a visit even though they did not get along, the carriage passed the gate and went to Kinri (the Imperial Palace).
  955. While he was traveling in Kyoto, he also studied at a private school of Kappa KO and got acquaintances of YOSA no Buson, Kenjo DAITEN, and others.
  956. While he was working for Kotobukiya Limited, he played an important role in building Yamazaki Distillery.
  957. While he was writing reviews on plays or reports on society as a journalist under the name of Kyokido, in 1891 he published a novel, 'Takamatsu-jo' (Takamatsu-jo Castle), in the Tokyo Nichinichi newspaper.
  958. While he went back and fourth to Japan and Hong Kong, he also directed films in Japan.
  959. While he wrote Enpon every year and gave popular books to the public under various secret pen names, he wrote the famous masterpiece (a fine piece of work), "Haru no Usuyuki" in 1822.
  960. While he wrote many of conventional jiuta music pieces, he also focused on the remaining possibility of koto after the "Chidori no Kyoku" triggered by the compositions of Mitsuzaki.
  961. While heads of government including Okubo were away for official travel abroad, Japan's dispatch of troops to Korea became a dispute within the country.
  962. While her life was difficult, she produced excellent masterpieces including 'Takekurabe' (literally, Seeing Who's Taller), 'Jusanya' (literally, Thirteenth Night), and 'Nigorie' (literally, Muddy Picture), which were highly acclaimed by the literary public.
  963. While her mother Yugao is hiding herself from Tono Chujo's legal wife, who threatened her, she meets Genji, but dies an accidental death in their secret meeting.
  964. While her son was given a Christian name 'Flucencio,' her daughters were given Christian names 'Sabina' and 'Maxima.'
  965. While himo tassel is often used, kiri tassel is also used.
  966. While his brothers advanced in the world as elder brothers of Taikenmonin, he could not get promoted to the level of Kugyo (top court officials).
  967. While his brothers lamented, Kashiwagi finally died.
  968. While his classmates won awards and started their careers as painters one after another, Shinsen became isolated due to his own psychological conflict with art, and finally, he did not wish to see anyone any more.
  969. While his colleagues were defeated one after another, he was prepared to die and never flinched from fighting at his old age.
  970. While his descendants kept influence in Shinano, branch families got territories in Aki Province and Harima Province and moved there.
  971. While his elder brother MINAMOTO no Tsunekuni (Genta KAWACHI Tsunekuni) went down to Kanto, MINAMOTO no Yoshitaka lived in Kyoto was promoted steadily in government service as the Taira family increased its power.
  972. While his father Yoshimitsu was establishing his power in Hitachi Province, he was assigned to control Takeda-go (Takeda village) in the province (Takeda, Hitachinaka City, Ibaraki Prefecture) and called himself 'Takeda Kaja.'
  973. While his father died in Kiyomasa's childhood, his mother Ito was one of the female cousins (or a distant relative) of Omandokoro (Mother of the chief Adviser to the Emperor), biological mother of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  974. While his father was once adopted by Kimura family in Ujitawara (present Ujitawara-cho, Tsuzuki County, Kyoto Prefecture) along with his wife, later both returned to the original Uebayashi family for some reason; on this occasion, only Rokuzo was left under the custody of the Kimura family.
  975. While his father, Masashige, was given a honorific title of 'Dai-Nanko', he was called 'Sho-nanko.'
  976. While his first son is Juen WAKAYAGI, the fourth iemoto of the school, his third son is Kichizo WAKAYAGI the third, the fifth iemoto of the school.
  977. While his grandchild, temporary Emperor Gonijo was in power, Kameyama died at the Kameyama mansion in September 1305 when he was fifty seven years old.
  978. While his marriage to a relative of his family was arranged, he died of beriberi at the age of 26 in 1889.
  979. While his master Gettan mourned the death of his beloved disciple and, in his ceremonial message said, 'He was good at many arts,' Genjo was actually superior in painting, tenkoku and sculpture.
  980. While his maternal half-elder brothers, FUJIWARA no Nagate and Matate were in confrontation with FUJIWARA no Nakamaro, it was presumed that Mitate was a close aide to Nakamaro regarding his promotion and relationship with his relatives.
  981. While his mentor, Shinga had importance for intercommunion with aristocratic society, Shobo kept himself detached from the society.
  982. While his older brother, MINAMOTO no Akikuni, inherited their father's pseudonym "Tada", Nakamasa took "Baba" as his pseudonym; therefore, he was sometimes called BABA no Nakamasa.
  983. While his older paternal half-brother, Yoshishige reclaimed the land of Nitta sho (Nitta manor) in Kozuke Province with his father and became the founder of the Nitta clan, Yoshiyasu's descendants who were based in the Ashikaga manor inherited from his father were developed as the Ashikaga clan in the future generations.
  984. While his secular surname is alleged to be either Hata clan or Tomo clan, the details of his origin are not clear.
  985. While his staying in Kokura from the end of the 19th Century to the start of the 20th, he wrote a series of essay about his views on history and the modern age.
  986. While his step brothers Takasue and Ieakira served and were close to FUJIWARA no Nariko, Narichika was closer to his sister's husband, FUJIWARA no Nobuyori, and was added as one of the attendants to Emperor Goshirakawa.
  987. While his style was essentially bright and gallant, he occasionally produced grotesque and gruesome drawings like "Yamanba" (A Mountain Witch) in his later years.
  988. While his uncle, Imperial Prince Kaneakira (Prince of Emperor Daigo), was known as 'Saki no Chusho o', Imperial Prince Tomohira was known as 'Nochi no Chusho o'.
  989. While his waka was selected for "Senzai waka shu" (Collection of a Thousand Years) among others, he bequeathed a personal collection of poetry, "Suemichi Ason shu" (Collection by Suemichi Ason, second highest of the eight hereditary titles).
  990. While his year of birth is unknown, it is clear that his second older brother Masaharu MORI was born in 1693.
  991. While holding a bowl, you had better straighten your forefinger, middle finger, ring finger, and little finger all in parallel so that you may look more refined.
  992. While holding grain for emergencies, to help maintain the giso warehouses and prevent spoilage, old crops were sold (deseri, 出糶, to be on sale) at a fair price or loaned (shakuho, 借放) at a low interest rate to the public.
  993. While holding the office of Kyoto Shoshidai, he was sometimes punished due to breaking with precedent, but was actively involved in arranging the rites and festivals for enthronement of the Empress Gosakuramachi, and so on.
  994. While holding the position of the head of the Hokkaido Development Commission, he stayed in Tokyo as one of the government leaders.
  995. While homongi (semi-ceremonial kimono) and tsukesage have patterns placed so that shoulder side is up, komon is patterned regardless of the direction.
  996. While hoshi-imo is produced nationwide in Japan, more than 80 percent of hoshi-imo is industrially produced in Ibaraki Prefecture.
  997. While hot springs have been used basically for bathing in Japan, they have been mainly used in Europe for drinking as well as for resorts where people enjoy sun-bathing and air-bathing.
  998. While imoutoama and others were chatting about Kaoru, Ukifune was intoning nenbutsu (invocation of Amida Buddha) in order to forget the memory of Kaoru.
  999. While in August, 1585, Hideyoshi was appointed as Kanpaku (Chief Adviser to the Emperor), and in October, 1586, he was granted Toyotomi cognomen, Toshiie was appointed as Uchujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and on February 25, 1590, Toshiie was appointed as Sangi (Councilor) (the genealogical table of the Maeda family).
  1000. While in China, from the Han period to the period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties, they had one holiday in every five days, which was called 'kyumoku', and in the Tang period, they had one holiday in every ten days, which was called 'shunka', there were slightly more holidays in Japan.

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