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  1. While in Choshu Domain, his appearance earned him the nickname 'Hifuki Daruma' (Fire Breathing Daruma).
  2. While in Germany, he visited the house of Johannes Hesse and met his son Hermann, who was still a young boy at the time.
  3. While in Hisahide's possession, Tsukumo Nasu was an object of envy in the world of Sado.
  4. While in Hojo, he opened an English school there, taught English and tennis, etc., and is said to have introduced Hojo throughout the country as a perfect place to aestivate, hibernate, and to swim in sea.
  5. While in India Miroku Bosatsu was shaped as a statue having suihei in his hand, in China it was shaped as a statue sitting cross-legged on a chair until the Tang and was shown as a corpulent figure of Hotei, an incarnation of Miroku after the Yuan and Ming dynasties.
  6. While in Japan Ukai has remained stylized so that usually only ayu are caught, in China Ukai has continued as a general fishing method so that any size of fish which cormorant can get are caught.
  7. While in Japan a set of real music instruments and the complete scores called "Wei shi yue pu" have been preserved for Mingaku, almost nothing about Mingaku remains in Mainland China.
  8. While in Japanese dress, people keep kaishi inside the front flap of kimono, along with a fukusa and a kobukusa, at a tea ceremony.
  9. While in Korea and in China, they usually eat dog meat, in Japan dog meat is not regarded as a common foodstuff.
  10. While in Kyoto, he became close friends with FUJIWARA no Sadaie and allowed his daughter to marry Sadaie's eldest son FUJIWARA no Tameie.
  11. While in Kyoto, he had studied under Kitaro NISHIDA, Hajime TANABE, and Teiyu AMANO.
  12. While in Kyoto, he participated in the anti-shogunate scheme, persuaded by FUJIWARA no Hideyasu, the trusted vassal of the Retired Emperor Gotoba.
  13. While in Kyoto, through Kaneko's influence, Masako was awarded Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  14. While in Mahayana Buddhism (exoteric Buddhism) dharma is preached broadly to people through words and texts, characteristically in Mikkyo a very mystical and symbolic dharma is transmitted by a master to a disciple within the sect.
  15. While in Nagoya-jo Castle
  16. While in Western dress, people bring kaishi to a tea ceremony, without putting it into a pocket or a pouch.
  17. While in a broad sense, meibutsu indicates all good tea utensils which have nicknames, and generally refers to utensils selected and is listed on records such as Meibutsuki (Record of specialty).
  18. While in a performance, performers use mai-ogi on which pictures coming from the performed play are painted.
  19. While in foreign countries Tankyu is used because of it's advantage on horseback, Wakyu of Chokyu has been used in Japan as an exception.
  20. While in his stay, he made original drawings with the support of Kozan and devoted himself to his own world of painting.
  21. While in middle age, Kagefumi decided to compile the family trees of lower rank court officials, which no one had ever embarked on before.
  22. While in operation, the train displays the signboard 'Through K-Limited Express Orihime' in its front car.
  23. While in recent years, there have been also metal jars, it is assumed that the most suitable jars are unglazed earthenware for storing rice grain or water.
  24. While in the Hyogo Prefectural Daini-Kobe Junior High School (present Hyogo Prefectural Hyogo High School), he came to aim to be a painter, and went on to the Department of Japanese-style painting of the Tokyo School of Fine Arts (present Tokyo University of Arts).
  25. While in the USA, Yukichi saw a lot of things he had learned from books in the science field; on the other hand, he was shocked to find differences in customs and culture.
  26. While in the army, he served as a leader of a machine-gun unit and was dispatched to the southern front, later moving to the 18th Area Army Headquarters Intelligence Department stationed in Bangkok in the Kingdom of Thailand, and ending the war at the intelligence department headed by Masanobu TSUJI.
  27. While in the position of the Emperor, there were so many restrictions but once they abdicated the throne to become Joko (Retired Emperor), they became free and gained complete power as the monarch.
  28. While in the possession of MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi, it roared at night like a shishi lion and its name was changed to Shishinoko (Lion's Child).
  29. While in the service of Emperor Godaigo, he practiced Zen under Shuho Myocho of Daitoku-ji Temple and was granted the Buddhist name Sohitsu.
  30. While in this position, he distinguished himself in water route measurement, and he then successively held posts including a post in the naval academy, the undersecretary of the Navy, and the chief of the naval general staff (the title changed to the President of the Naval General Staff.)
  31. While in training: Okina (Old Man) (Okina, Senzai), Shojo Midare (The Disorderly Tipster Sprite), Dojo-ji Temple, Shakkyo (Stone Bridge) (shite, rear tsure [side actor]), Mochizuki (The Full Moon)
  32. While in winter, Tsunehisa sometimes gave his vassal what he wore and spend the rest of the day with only kosode (thin cotton underclothing) on.
  33. While incanting, he draws the bow and pretends to release the Kabura-ya arrow to the sky and the ground.
  34. While incomplete, this is the most popular current classification.
  35. While ingredients such as kelp (or chemical condiments) and vegetables are added as sub ingredients to all types of soup, very few stores use seafood broth.
  36. While ingredients vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, the following are common:
  37. While inviting two tesarugaku actors from Kyoto, Matasaburo NOMURA and Tokuro MIYAKE, he also established the Izumi school with its base in Kyoto and played an active role in Kinri (the Imperial Palace) Noh.
  38. While irome (color combination or design) of hosonaga the Yamashina family ordered was limited to kikkomon, what Takakura family ordered was moegi aoidachi yumon with beni hiraginu line and the white ninamusubi knot were pine tree and cranes expressed with a stitched flower knot.
  39. While it could be said that it was a special promotion, it could be said that Ieyasu highly valued Nagayasu's talent in economics.
  40. While it features rather a soup made of thick soy sauce with backfat, salt and thick white broth ramen are also popular.
  41. While it gave the state more controlling power, it held the Sogo in high regard, allowing the religious community to enjoy certain autonomy and permitting leniency to priests and nuns.
  42. While it had been said since ancient times that Jien was the author, research has revealed that it was not Jichin (also known as Jien) but a Tendai sect priest Sogetsubo Keisei who was the grandchild of Jien's older brother.
  43. While it inherited the erotic nature of Bungo-bushi, it also created a world filled with an elegant sensibility.
  44. While it is Kyoujomono (story of a madwoman) of a young girl, there is no part of kurui (a Noh dance pattern which expresses the disturbed heart).
  45. While it is a company structure as a separate entity, since it belongs to a union, these geigi can take an active role in the red-light district and can go to restaurants in Niigata the way one calls geigi to their banquet and Hana-dai being the same.
  46. While it is a general preparation for tea ceremony that water utensils are arranged in the way the host would bring them into the tearoom; thus a hishaku (a ladle) and a hutaoki (a rest for the lid of a tea kettle) rest in a kensui (a waste-water container [for tea ceremony]).
  47. While it is a historical fact that Yoshisada died here, it seems unlikely that he died in the manner mentioned above.
  48. While it is a regular item on menus at soba noodle restaurants and udon noodle restaurants, it is rarely served at stand-up stalls because cooking it takes time and effort.
  49. While it is a very well-known ghost, there are hardly any concrete legends associated with this ghost, and Kenji MURAKAMI, a specialist on ghosts, describes it as a ghost that only exists in drawings.
  50. While it is believed to have been a beachside recipe derived by fishermen, its exact origin is unknown.
  51. While it is considered to be the same work as the first version above since it roughly includes the surviving fragments, there is another theory that it is a forgery of the early-modern period based on the surviving fragments.
  52. While it is determined that "the location of the grip is located two-thirds from the top," the actual grip is not located exactly two-thirds but approximately at three-fifth.
  53. While it is forbidden to use fish in vegetarian cuisine served at Buddhist memorial services, noshi abalone is used as gifts for non-Buddhist celebrations as typical seafood to distinguish these celebrations from Buddhist ceremonies.
  54. While it is generally thought that leading character of the festival is Saio-dai (the acting High Priestess), in fact, the main player is Chokushi-dai (the acting Imperial delegate).
  55. While it is impossible to define enlightenment with words, words are one of many methods that can describe the boundaries of enlightenment.
  56. While it is not entirely quoted, "Taishiden Kokon Mokuroku Sho" (Shitenno-ji Temple version) written by Chumei in the East monastery of Shitenno-ji Temple in 1227 describes '法起寺塔露盤銘云上宮太子聖徳皇壬午年二月廿二日崩云云'.
  57. While it is often performed by koto solo, Yoshizawa himself composed a kaede (accompanying melody) of koto resembling a kokyu part, and an ensemble of honte (melody part) and kaede by koto is often performed beyond the border of schools.
  58. While it is possible to gain a huge income by setting monopoly prices higher for daily necessities of low cost, there can also be some risk in the process of monopoly.
  59. While it is said by some that Tokugawa Gosanke assisted the head family or Seii taishogun, this was not officially defined as a system or official post.
  60. While it is said that Hideyoshi established that political structure partly because he wanted to contain Ieyasu, Hideyoshi's intentions seemed to have resulted in failure.
  61. While it is sometimes known as Hanayamachi, it is better known as Hanaya-cho.
  62. While it is uncertain whether it is attributable to the background above, there are many restaurants that serve soba from every region of the country in addition to those produced in the local areas such as Izushi and Shinoyama City in Hyogo Prefecture.
  63. While it is widely accepted that he was not allowed to have Sokushitsu (Concubine) due to influence of his quick-tempered wife, it seems that Hidetada loved and respected Oe no kata and she was an attractive woman that much.
  64. While it is widely accepted that its origin was Toyo in Yamashina, which is already closed, the origin is not clear as there is another possibility that its origin lies in Oike-ramen, which was a street stall near Kyoto station (it is different from present Oike-ramen Samata).
  65. While it is widely accepted that provisions with regard to criminal proceedings have lost effect, there are disputes over whether the Fukoku remains valid related to civil disputes, and if so, which are the provisions remaining in effect.
  66. While it occurred not long after the head of Shionoya clan (Chikatomo SHIONOYA) died and the bakufu had not taken any drastic measures, it was considered a grave offense to act irresponsibly without consideration both in public and private, through strange behavior and violence.
  67. While it proved to be a heavy burden for district lords, it was the place of 'hare' (the non-ordinary space and time of ceremonies), and they were eager to obtain power and connections of the central government, and also attain the 'establishment of samurai social status.'
  68. While it remains in some public and many private schools, it is not set up in public judo or kendo training halls when they are newly built.
  69. While it reviewed the period when the Fujiwara clan was in full flower, it matter-of-factly depicted the glory of the Fujiwara clan.
  70. While it seems as though the longer top and short bottom seem to be unbalanced, the grip rests at the center of the vibration and brings less vibration to the archer.
  71. While it summarizes the themes of the Prajnaparamita-sutras as 'Ku (Buddhism),' it preaches its importance and glorifies the attainment of enlightenment; moreover, it emphasizes the magical aspect of Buddhism, especially with the litany added at the end.
  72. While it usually comes to sort out some spirits housed in zori abandoned by their owners, it sometimes comes to punish people who carelessly treat zori.
  73. While it warns against eating meat, it also says as follows.
  74. While it was a highly appreciated treasure equipment, mirrors of the Later Han, which came to be buried together with others in the late Yayoi period, had the engraved prayer for perpetual youth and longevity, meaning those who had got the mirror were guaranteed for longevity and fertility.
  75. While it was equivalent to present-day astronomy, it was closer to astrology and was far from a science.
  76. While it was explained that part of jibu, initially prescribed in the ritsuryo, was transferred or Onmyo no shisho was set up as a new job classification, the truth remains unknown as the existing records are insufficient.
  77. While it was once used for interior lighting, it is now mainly used for street lighting as it causes the problem of ventilation.
  78. While it was regarded as an abnormal tactic that used tengu (a mountain spirit, portrayed as winged and having a long nose) and foxes, it penetrated as a popular belief
  79. While it would be natural to understand that he was with the advancing troops upon Omi and put the actual military command into the hands of the warlords, it would not be impossible to understand that he stayed in Wazami to receive the troops from more distant places.
  80. While its figure varies according to the area and period of its origin, one example is a board fixed on four corner pillars of bamboo or wood, and another is to use a tea table.
  81. While juggling, the torch is repeatedly tossed up and caught.
  82. While kaijitsu are considered to be the origin, the goods sold also reflected values such as omens, rituals, exorcism, and fortune telling.
  83. While kamidana enshrines god, this enshrines the ancestral spirits of households.
  84. While kane-jaku is originally the carpenter's square scale used by carpenters, it became to refer the shaku unit marked with the scale.
  85. While keeping the rotating pan (referred to as dora, the Chinese gong after its shape) over a flame, add poppy seeds, which are often substituted by granulated sugar at present, that will become the core of konpeito.
  86. While kneading it, add perfume little by little.
  87. While koicha (thick tea) is usually prepared by the host in a single bowl from which all guests drink and after savoring it, each wipes the rim of the bowl before passing it to the next guest, a bowl of koicha is individually served to guests in the style of the Juko school.
  88. While korozen no goho (a costume which an emperor puts on when he performs an important ritual), whose origin was shakoho (apricot-yellow robe made for the exclusive use of an emperor) of China, was imported in the early Heian period, the origin of oni no ho is earlier than that.
  89. While kuruwas were called "?kuruwa", "?maru", etc., depending on their purposes, the names varied depending on the period and region.
  90. While kusari-katabira was drawn simply in the comic expression, it developed a design of character who wear a mesh shirt.
  91. While kyo karakami used high quality paper such as Echizen hoshogami and torinoko paper, the 'Edo karakami' used Nishinouchi-gami, Hosokawa-gami, uda-gami (uda paper) and so on.
  92. While landscape paintings in the era of Northern Sung were the ones that painted landscape from a broad viewpoint, Kakei's paintings were the ones that painted landscape only at the corner of canvas and leaving the big blank space ("Henkaku no Kei" [drawing method of landscape painting]).
  93. While learning Confucianism from 永田敬蔵(桐陰)and 小島廣厚(天楽), Genpo visited Kyoto in 1816 to study medicine under Bunpo TAKENAKA for three years.
  94. While limited express trains using new model cars run in the Tottori - Masuda section thanks to the completion of construction work for speed improvement in recent years, no superior trains have run in the Masuda - Hatabu section since the express service 'Isokaze (train)' was abolished.
  95. While little is known about its vast family territory, it is clear from various historical materials of the period that it had considerable wealth.
  96. While living as a nun, it is said that she taught reading and writing to local children in a Terakoya (temple elementary school in the Edo period), did sericulture, and weaved cloth to earn money to raise her three princesses.
  97. While living in Nenokuni (the underworld) together with her father Susano no mikoto, she met Onamuji no mikoto (i.e., Okuninushi), who had come from Ashihara no nakatsukuni to Nenokuni in order to escape the pursuing Yasogami (many deities), and married him at first sight.
  98. While lobsters have been mainly used, prawns are coming into use for economical reasons.
  99. While local dishes are utilized more and more for local revitalization, some people criticize the excessive commercialization.
  100. While maintaining the friendly relationship with the Tokuso family, he was also closely related with Shogun Imperial Prince Munetaka as well as Imperial Prince Koreyasu.
  101. While making diplomatic effort to place China under international law system, "civilization" factors in Western nations, which were different from that of iteki were discovered.
  102. While malt and beer yeast discharged during the manufacturing process of beer belongs to one and the same category of taste-oriented beverages are high in reusable value, the usable range of coffee grounds is not as wide.
  103. While managing Taimo no Rei (the Rites of the Imperial Funeral) for Emperor Shotoku as Goshozoku-shi (Goshozoku no Tsukasa or an official in charge of important rituals) ranked Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) in August, 770, he acted his part as Danjo (inspector) of Danjodai (Board of Censors) to urge Dokyo to leave the capital to Shimotsuke Province.
  104. While many Imperial Family members became military officers following after the European royal families, he remained a civil officer.
  105. While many Japanese people practice and have belief in Buddhism and Shinto at the same time, since the Meiji period the Imperial Court has been more inclined to Shinto.
  106. While many artifacts produced in various regions of ancient Japan have been excavated in Makimuku remains, the products brought from Tokai region have the largest volume among of all those artifacts.
  107. While many assistant directors emphasized studying scenario when they taught juniors, Nakahira strongly insisted on learning editing techniques at the same time, which showed his obsession with film techniques since he was an assistant director.
  108. While many bijinga paintings are of the school of ukiyoe (Japanese woodblock prints) from the Edo period, Western paintings having the same theme are also called bijinga.
  109. While many books wrote he had come from Joshu Province, "Eimeiroku" (a list of the Shinsengumi members) compiled by Kai SHIMADA wrote he had come from the Kawagoe Domain.
  110. While many characters speak Kamigata dialects in Edo rakugo (e.g. 'A Pair of Sake Bottles,' 'Matsu the Idiot,' 'On the Ferry Boat' and 'Gion-e' - ceremony for commemorating the dead in Gion), few characters in Kamigata rakugo speak the Tokyo dialect.
  111. While many legends exist concerning Bodai Daruma, their historical credibility remains doubtful.
  112. While many location shoots have been carried out in Kameoka City, it is unusual for Kameoka City itself to be the subject of films, excepting those about the Honnoji Incident.
  113. While many of them are made of bamboo or wood, recently metallic ones are also often used.
  114. While many other kokushi stayed in Kyoto (so-called Yonin Kokushi), Takamochi left the capital and went into the province with his sons TAIRA no Kunika, TAIRA no Yoshikane and TAIRA no Yoshimasa.
  115. While many outstanding people from the Tosa Domain like Zuizan TAKECHI, Ryoma SAKAMOTO, and Shintaro NAKAOKA could not survive into the Restoration, Itagaki entered the center of the Meiji Government as a politician representing the Tosa Domain.
  116. While many people accepted that this case of assassination would remain unsolved, only Koin KIDO continued urging further investigation.
  117. While many taxi companies use bright colors such as green (Tokyo Musen) and orange for taxi body painting in the national capital region, taxi companies in Keihanshin, northern Kanto, Hokuriku and Shikoku tend to use black and dark blue more than bright colors.
  118. While many ukiyo-e artists produced both woodblock prints and drawings, Choshun MIYAGAWA concentrated on drawings and did not take up woodblock prints in his entire life.
  119. While many visitors watch this, gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music) is played and the march goes on solemnly.
  120. While many women use their parents' family's Kamon on Tomesode (formal, usually black, kimono with designs along the bottom of the skirt worn by married women on ceremonial occasions), the women who succeed Onnamon use it on Tomesode.
  121. While mausoleums are completely different from tombs in origin, a tomb can also be referred to as a mausoleum.
  122. While members of the Shingon sect learn Mikkyo independently, members of the Tendai sect learn Tendai, Mikkyo, Buddhist precepts and Zen at the same time.
  123. While members went to Edo to recruit, he remained in Kyoto.
  124. While milk constituent makes the taste of canned coffee mild, the higher its ratio, the more the flavor tends to differ from 'something coffee-like.'
  125. While modernization = Westernization was the fundamental issue throughout Meiji period, the term Civilization and Enlightenment is generally applied to the conditions seen in early Meiji period, when the social conditions and customs of people dramatically changed from the former feudalistic society.
  126. While most Japanese sculptures of deities can be quite unsophisticated, this work of sculpture was very lifelike and incorporated the use of gyokugan (method where crystal pieces are used for the eyes).
  127. While most Suiboku-ga in Japan, until the 14th century, were portraits such as Chinzo, Soshi-zu paintings, and Doshaku-ga, and Kacho-ga (painting of flowers and birds), in the 15th centuries full-scale Sansui-ga began to be painted in Japan.
  128. While most countries switched to the Western style of calculating age, only the Republic of Korea uses the old system officially and privately.
  129. While most of the amazake sold in plastic packs is produced by the first production method, those sold in cans are often produced by the second production method.
  130. While most of the chapter titles of The Tale of Genji were named after the words used in respective texts (especially the words used in waka poems), this title 'Yume no Ukihashi' is not seen in the text.
  131. While most of the painters belonging to the Kano School left Kyoto for Edo (old Tokyo) after the fall of the TOYOTOMI family, some painters stayed in Kyoto.
  132. While most of the participants, who, drunk, spoke Japanese carelessly, were fined, only Choei kept talking in Dutch.
  133. While most of the same types of magazines were discontinued with the third issue, this magazine "Toride" lasted to the eighth issue which was published in October of the next year.
  134. While most of the tournament rules are already determined, All Nippon Kyudo Federation says that "the tools for Kyudo are not standardized completely, and there is a need for individual adjustments and familialization with tools required to increase the ability of bow."
  135. While most of these texts are generally same as those of The Tale of Genji that is commonly known now such as Aobyoshi bon (Genji Monogatari copied by FUJIWARA no Teika) and Kawachi bon (Genji Monogatari copied by MINAMOTO no Mitsuyuki and Chikayuki), some of them contain texts that are significantly different.
  136. While most of these towns still exist in 2009, the names and the borders of some towns were changed in accordance with the land readjustment project in 1997 and 2006 and the number of towns became 642 with 12 towns having been increased.
  137. While most people that valued Japanese Culture did not show an interest in Korean culture, he focused on Korean Art (especially potteries) and made a collection of Korean porcelains and antique arts not viewed by too many at that time.
  138. While most tourists use bus service from Kyoto Station to visit the tourist spots mentioned below, by using this station to make tours of Heian-jingu Shrine and other places one can conveniently avoid traffic congestion.
  139. While most trains run between Masuda and Nagatoshi, some run between Nago/Higashi-Hagi and Nagatoshi.
  140. While mountains were the object of faith as the divine world, it was also a place where memorial services for the spirit of ancestors, such as spiritualism by itako (shrine maiden performing spiritualism) evolved, as the next world where spirits of the dead gather.
  141. While much of their marriage including the timing is unknown, it is presumed from the fact that she was a woman belonging to the Miyoshi clan in Echigo, that Eshinni married Shinran in order to take care of his daily life after he was banished to Echigo.
  142. While nationwide the anti-Taira clan activity continued, the Taira family dispatched troops and suppressed Mino Genji.
  143. While negotiations between the Edo bakufu the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and the Imperial Court were ongoing, Emperor Go-Mizuno ascended the throne in 1611, and it was decided in 1619 that Shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA's daughter Kazuko TOKUGAWA would become his consort.
  144. While no person in the HOJO clan wanted to take up the regency, fearing the wrath of Yasuie and the Adachi clan, Moritoki HOJO, the chief of Hikitsukeshu (coadjustors of the high court), was at last appointed to the post on June 3, becoming the last Shikken of the HOJO clan.
  145. While nobles' faces are expressed with the typical 'Hikime Kagibana' style (dashes for eyes, hooks for noses), servants and the everyday life of common people are vividly depicted.
  146. While nobody in the Hojo clan was willing to become shikken in fear of Okatadono's anger, Moritoki HOJO finally took over as shikken and proved to be the last shikken of the Hojo clan.
  147. While not conducting monoimi is one of the characteristics of Jodo Shinshu monto, the phrase 'monto mono shirazu' represents not only not conducting monoimi (confinement to one's house on an unlucky day) but also various unique aspects of Jodo Shinshu monto.
  148. While not included in the Sakefuneishi Archeological Site, 2 pieces of stonework were found on the banks of Asuka-gawa River approximately 400 meters away bearing grooves that seem to have been used to run water in whereby they are named Sakefuneishi as well.
  149. While not professionally trained, everyone knew how to make soba and when visitors came, the host or hostess made soba for them.
  150. While not waking up on the spring flowers with nice smell, the trees of firmiana simplex in the garden show almost coming of the autumn.
  151. While official documents to be issued by Daijokan are edited by Gekikyoku, kansenji is edited and issued by benkankyoku which is a point of contact with different provinces and temples.
  152. While oil painting, which was introduced to Japan in the Meiji period, is called Yo-ga (foreign style painting), Nihon-ga refers to paintings which utilize traditional Japanese techniques and styles and rather than being reliant on oil paint.
  153. While on his death bed on June 13, 1011, Emperor Ichijo handed power over to his cousin, Imperial Prince Okisada (Emperor Sanjo), and Shoshi's son, Imperial Prince Atsuhira, was designated as the crown prince.
  154. While on the Road
  155. While one floor was colored red, other floor was colored blue, and the top floor was totally colored gold.
  156. While one or three burning sticks are stood in koro (incense burner) in other sects, in Jodo Shinshu Sect, incense sticks are laid down in koro after being broken into a few pieces for which the length is suitable for the size of koro.
  157. While only 3 Fudo (aside from Meireki Fudo) were known in those days, it is confirmed that an idea that related the eye colors of Fudo to 'Goshiki' (five colors) mentioned earlier existed.
  158. While only a residency, but it was also known as "Wang Fu," derived from the description in point 1 concerning Wang Fu.
  159. While oppressing kinno no shishi (royalists) within his domain, he served the Imperial Court and acted for the good of the bakufu.
  160. While ordinary imperial edicts had a Chinese classics flavor, the rescript was written in the Japanese literary style with hentaigana (anomorous Japanese cursive syllabary), and military men were required to recite it despite its long passages consisting of nearly 2,700 letters and characters in total.
  161. While other Kannons are represented with a feminine and serene expression, only Bato Kannon has a fierce expression with fury in its eyes, boiling with rage, and showing fangs.
  162. While other countries were suffering from battered economies, the United States of America held the world largest amount of gold.
  163. While other court nobles couldn't help moving to the local areas, Sanetaka could stay in Kyoto probably because he had a comfortable income from such cultural activities.
  164. While other film studios that had been established around the same time were being forced to liquidate, Chie Puro was the only company to produce six films that year and began looking for land for their own studio.
  165. While other heads of the Zaibatsu ended up as baron, only SHIBUSAWA was conferred viscount because these services to the public were valued early on.
  166. While other members of the Imperial family became military men in accordance with customary practice of royal families in Europe, the Imperial Prince refused and remained a civil officer.
  167. While other schools declined owing to Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor), the fifth Manzo NOMURA, who wouldn't easily to his surrounding, reestablished the Miyake family, his mentor family, by making his second son succeeding to that name.
  168. While our teacher was still alive, I assisted him in writing a few of his works, however, because of my limited talents, some drafts haven't been completed and some works have been left halfway.
  169. While part of the detached 4th brigade was attacking Gakkanitta to keep the Satsuma army in check, its main force crossed the Midori-kawa River and advanced towards Kawajiri by fighting fiercely with the Satsuma army.
  170. While participating in the government led by the retired Emperor, Yoshitada was also working to maintain a good relationship with the Sekkan-ke, as was done in the past.
  171. While passengers can enjoy the beautiful valley of Kizu-gawa River (Kyoto Prefecture) from the train windows, this area is a bottleneck for the maintenance of safety since the line is often interrupted by heavy rain.
  172. While peasants in poverty evaded tax by false registration or escape, wealthy peasants acquired additional farmland through reclamation, which they were allowed to own privately, and made poor peasants, especially those who escaped or were debt-burned due to private suiko, their subordinate people.
  173. While people contemplated on why the wakyu became longer, it actually became shorter within the span of long history.
  174. While people exiled after the Heiji War were gradually summoned to the capital, Korekata lived without knowing when he would be remitted; in the meantime, Korekata created a poem to send to his wife in the capital from haisho (the place where a criminal is sent).
  175. While pepper had been used as a spice for Udon noodles until the middle of the Edo period, powdery red pepper (cayenne pepper powder and shichimi togarashi [a mixture of red cayenne pepper and other aromatic spices]) has become the most popular spice since the early modern age.
  176. While persons of high-ranking court nobles were usually appointed to To no chujo, an ability for practical jobs was emphasized for To no ben.
  177. While placing Boxers against the allied western powers, they criticized Li Hongzhang for compromising with the allied western powers.
  178. While popularized Dan-i and Kyu-i and the certification of a grand master are determined by each Shodo class and Shodo society, without any common criteria.
  179. While practicing Zen ascetic training, he learned English and Western studies from Yukichi FUKUZAWA at the Keio Gijuku.
  180. While praising Yoshiie's bravery, the diary also describes the viciousness and vindictiveness of samurai by depicting scenes such as Tsunekiyo's execution in which he was deliberately beheaded using a blunt sword in order to make him suffer.
  181. While praying for the health of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess, both of whom are ordained to assume heavy position in the future, the Empress and I would like to assist them as much as possible.'
  182. While praying to Buddha, it is used for the purpose of rubbing, jingling and/or counting frequency of mantra and Buddhist invocation.
  183. While presenting varied gifts and attractions from all over the country, the feudal lords were already maneuvering and sounding each other out, both in secret and in the open, about how the government should be run following Hideyoshi's death.
  184. While privately minted coins are called Shichusen, many shichusen minted in Jiangnan in China and Japan were also circulated.
  185. While promising, he suddenly died in Kurododokoro (the Chamberlain's Office) at the young age of 28.
  186. While promoting civilization and enlightenment, he endeavored to dismantle the feudal system through the return of lands and people to the emperor, the abolition of the feudal domains, and the establishment of prefectures.
  187. While protecting Buddhism as a state religion, the Imperial Court controlled it strictly with laws and regulations such as Soni ryo (Regulations for Monks and Nuns) and restricted private missionary activities by stipulating procedures and qualifications to become a monk or nun.
  188. While provincial constables in the Kamakura period simply had military police powers, those in the Muromachi period gradually absorbed the powers of the lords of manors and the kokuga (provincial government offices) as well as the military police powers, based on the interests obtained in "Hanzei."
  189. While publications including traditional Japanese art such as ukiyoe rapidly declined in Japan due to Westernization, Japanese art was highly praised in Europe.
  190. While pursuing an easy method of preservation, dried Udon noodles are dried after shaping and then made even in a stick shape of around 20cm long.
  191. While quarreling as 'Father, please stop it, it's dangerous,' 'Hey, kill me, kill me', finally fighting over the sword.
  192. While rakusho (lampoon) can be in the same category, Kyoka was established as a unique genre during the mid Edo period, and among famous Kyoka poets was Teiryu TAIYA, who was active in Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area) during the Kyoho era.
  193. While reading and rating the letters, Genji could not control his attachment to Tamakazura, and one evening, he finally confided his longing for her and lay beside her.
  194. While reading, he imagines half of Seigetsu's life till his death, sees his and YAMAI's reflections in it and was buried in thoughts, which is the outline of the story.
  195. While real political power was in the samurai class, for example, in a bakufu, kokushi was only a honorary post.
  196. While receiving the favor of Emperor Suzaku due to her beauty and her modern, fashionable personality, she continued to meet in secret with Genji.
  197. While refined and tasteful things have been called 'Kachofugetu' (flowers, birds, wind and moon), since the Heian period 'flower' has naturally referred to cherry blossoms in Japan.
  198. While remaining to have no male heir after succeeding the position of the lord of the domain, Tadatomo began to have hatred against pregnant women in the domain and caused appalling tragedies, repeatedly killing fetuses and mothers by cutting open mother's abdomen.
  199. While remodeling the house, Benci BENI designed it in Western style.
  200. While residents from the upper nobles, such as the Fujiwara clan, gathered in northern Sakyo, the poor went over to the eastern limit of Heian-kyo and started living next to the Kamo-gawa River (the Yodo-gawa river system).
  201. While residing at Daigo-ji Temple Sanpo-in, he was inaugurated as the chief priest of Daigo-ji Temple in 1085 and thereafter, he moved to Koryu-ji Temple in 1092 and to Todai-ji Temple in 1104.
  202. While residing at Enman-ji Temple, he also served as Homu (director of temple affairs) of Onjo-ji Temple and was ultimately conferred the title of Sojo (the highest title of priest).
  203. While restoration of Tenshu is restricted by the Building Standard Act and the Fire and Disaster Management Act, reconstruction in the national historic sites is permitted by the Agency for Cultural Affairs on the basis of 'Charter for the Protection and Management of Archaeological Heritage.'
  204. While retreating three steps (left, right and left), both arms are opened sideways.
  205. While retreating, Morimasa was captured by people of Nakamura-go.
  206. While rowing the boat, the fisherman asks Benkei to help him be put in charge of this stretch of the sea when Yoshitsune returns to power at some future time.
  207. While running away, they are obsessed with the integrated vengeful ghost of Hokaibo and Nowaki hime on the bank of Sumida River.
  208. While running both a sake shop and banking business in Hakata, he engaged in the Japan-Korea Trade with Ming and Yi Dynasty Korea, thereby acquiring enormous wealth.
  209. While sake drinks are served together with a bit of foods, people may enjoy relaxing time to some extent by 'drinking and chattering pleasantly,' so that they may have no problem even if they are less anxious about dining manners so long as they enjoy sake drinking.
  210. While salt and pepper are the common seasonings, the egg mixture is sweetened when it is used in sushi or kaiseki ryori (traditional Japanese dinner).
  211. While samurai and the Imperial Court made shinsei to ban luxury and promote Buddhism and Shinto, temples set corresponding shinsei and also established their own shinsei based on Jiin-ho, as mentioned above.
  212. While sansho has a fragrance and distichous spines, Inuzansho has no fragrance and alternate spines.
  213. While seeking to quell social unrest by restoring traditional order, he attempted to expand and stabilize the bakufu's basis through the appointment of inhabitants within the territory of the Imperial Court as shogunal retainers.
  214. While seiji is hard, raku yaki is called nanto (soft pottery).
  215. While sekitai is worn over ho (round-necked robe worn by members of nobility and the Imperial Court) in sokutai, in ikan, kukehimo (narrow sausages of silk cloth) of common cloth is worn over ho, and hakama was loose sashinuki (pleated trousers for formal wear).
  216. While separating into many groups, the school spread from Nagoya to Kyushu in Edo period, and even to eastern Japan and northern Japan after the Meiji Restoration.
  217. While serving as Chief Hokkaido Development Commissioner, Kuroda was on board a merchant ship and, when he became drunk, tried to shoot the shore reef with a cannon on ship for fun (merchant ships of the time were also armed to avoid pirates) and killed a resident.
  218. While serving as Dainagon, he was raised to Shonii (Seniro Second Rank).
  219. While serving as Jingutenso, in 1729, he was appointed to be Togu daifu (an official who dealt with the Imperial Court affairs) for Imperial Prince Teruhito (the Emperor Sakuramachi).
  220. While serving as Keishi (household superintendent) of Sekkan-ke (family which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor) FUJIWARA no Moromichi, he successively held the positions of local officers such as Governors of Shinano Province, Kawachi Province, Owari Province and Ise Province.
  221. While serving as a mayor, he especially focused on the issue of education.
  222. While serving as regent
  223. While seven years of Joshi KOKUSHI's services to the Tang army, Toban was so afraid of him that they would not dare to invade the frontier.
  224. While shamisen players are professional, young storytellers often play the narimono.
  225. While she adhered to the precepts of Buddhism and distributed her offerings among poor people, she was reportedly content with living in poverty.
  226. While she avoided Hideyoshi even at the risk of death, Hideyoshi is thought to have felt passionate affection for her; he tried to somehow save the lives of both mother and children during both the surrender of the Odani-jo Castle and the surrender of the castle in Shizugatake.
  227. While she belonged to the karyukai (world of the geisha), there was a reputation that she disliked men, and it is also said that she had strict morals.
  228. While she chanted sutras, she came to a passage in Vol. 7 of "Hoke-kyo Sutra" (the Lotus Sutra), which says that (after one's death) one can soon go to heaven, and when she repeated the passage, she fainted.
  229. While she dances, she remembers the old days when she waited for a husband who would not return.
  230. While she has been worshipped as a deity of grain and silkworm breeding, she is also enshrined at Inari-sha shrines in place of Ukanomitama since she was confused in later years with Inari-shin (a deity of harvest), who is also a deity of grain.
  231. While she learned waka (Japanese poem) from Yoshika MUTOBE, Akinari UEDA and Kageki KAGAWA, she was also deeply influenced by Roan OZAWA.
  232. While she suffered from ailments long afterwards, she displayed a talent for poetry from an early age.
  233. While she was busy working and managing the household, she held improvised tanka poem meetings with women and wrote about 50,000 poems.
  234. While she was in favor with Gofukakusa-in, she vividly described in her work 'Towazugatari' her relationships with other men such as 'Snow Dawn' (supposedly Sanekane SAIONJI), 'Dawn Moon' (either Priestly Imperial Prince Shojo, Omuro, Ninna-ji Temple, or Cloistered Prince Hojo), or Emperor Kameyama.
  235. While she was still Michisada's wife, her love affair with the third son of Emperor Reizei, Prince Tametaka (977 - 1002), became the gossip of the court, and she was disowned by her father for loving someone above her station.
  236. While she was studying at Tokuyama girl's school (later Yamaguchi Prefectural Tokuyama Koto Gakko (high school), she fell in love with Tekkan YOSANO, a teacher of the school, began to live together without getting married, and gave birth to her son Atsumu.
  237. While she was treated well within the Mori family as the legal wife and a daughter of a high class acting Military Governor, she played her role as a diplomat to negotiate with the OUCHI Clan.
  238. While shouting "I didn't make double-booking, nor am I behind time. I have been waiting above the arena since the time before it opened," Motoya, wearing flamboyant clothes, appeared along with a roaring sound of a helicopter and was applauded by audience.
  239. While shrines came close to temples, temples also came close to shrines.
  240. While shrines were built and festivals were held on the premises later, ancient shrines had tamagaki within the building and placed tokiwagi (evergreen such as sakaki) where a divine spirit resides and was enshrined.
  241. While shugo in the Kamakura period were involved in the kendan (trials) of karita-rozeki under the supervision of Samurai-dokoro, shugo in the Muromachi period actually exercised their own authority when hearing karita-rozeki cases.
  242. While shugo in the Muromachi period were in a position to hold kendan for karita-rozeki, daimyo (Japanese territorial lords) in the Sengoku period, in order to secure provisions for their armies, carried out many karita and karihata on enemy rice fields and other territories.
  243. While since before World War II the local people had known that old roof tiles were scattered around there, immediately after the war, in May, 1946, the ruins of the temple were found through excavation and research by Department of Archaeology, Kyoto University.
  244. While so doing, condiments like green onions are added, and they are chopped with a knife by tapping to blend the ingredients.
  245. While solid white products are popular for formal dress such as kuromontsuki (black haori with family crest) at present, products of light blue or light grey were mainly used for men's formal dress until the early Showa period.
  246. While some Hatamoto families owned territories in Tajima Province, the families that issued Hatamoto-satsu were former shugo daimyo (the daimyo who became a daimyo from shugo, which was a Japanese provincial military governor) families or daimyo families.
  247. While some Ise shonin dealt in wood, paper, and sake besides cotton and kimono fabric, some of them started finance businesses and exchange shops.
  248. While some attribute his death to illness, others believe it was suicide for failing to live up to his pledge of loyalty to Hideyoshi (for pleading for the life of Hideyori in return for his support of Ieyasu's siege on Osaka Castle).
  249. While some believe that Kinomidokyo dates back to the Wado era (from 708 to 715) of the Nara period, it is generally agreed that it began in 729.
  250. While some descriptions seem to have been cited from "Nenjugyoji Utaawase" are seen in "Kuji kongen," there also exist descriptions whose authority are considered to be "Koke Shidai" and "Kenmu Nenjugyoji."
  251. While some higher quality trains used to go to Kyoto via Nishi-Maizuru Station on the Maizuru Line, the route was changed to via the Miyafuku Line following the timetable revision of March 15, 2008, and consequently, only rapid and local trains operate on the section between Nishi-Maizuru and Miyazu.
  252. While some jugyuzu are of Chinese origin, most were created by monks who lived during or after the Muromachi period in Japan, or by painters of various schools of paintings.
  253. While some of the Oda army could not move in the river and others who crossed the river could not progress quickly in the marsh, two rows of 25 soldiers each shot them with guns without interruption and furthermore, other units shot them with bows.
  254. While some people claimed that it was obvious the Nenokuni was located underground, some have tried to interpret the myth realistically and guess where it was since old days.
  255. While some people had deep distrust toward international law, on the other hand, people paid more attention to the character of double standard, which international law has (double principle of modern international law).
  256. While some people read it as "zuryo", influenced by the reading of the number 1 above, there is no need or reason to be distinguished from the common reading "juryo".
  257. While some people say that the spread in tumulus culture shows the expansion of the forces of the Yamato kingship, the expansion in religious culture doesn't necessarily correspond to the expansion of authority.
  258. While some prefectures decide to read all their villages as 'son,' others decide to read their villages as 'mura'.
  259. While some question which shrines are meant by 'sansha' (three shrines), in some areas a fixture is clearly determined and, in other areas it is totally unclear and any three shrines you like can be visited.
  260. While some scholars believe, based on "Nihonshoki," that Murajiko died in May, others argue that he passed away in March as "Fuso Ryakki" shows.
  261. While some steamed sweet potatoes are dried entirely, most of them are dried after being sliced to one centimeter thickness using such tools as piano wires.
  262. While some wireless systems allow the drivers to communicate with each other, some other systems do not allow it, depending on the policy of each taxi company.
  263. While somen is dried by cold winds in winter in other production areas, the hannama modoshi noodles are mainly produced in summer using wet winds blowing from Mikawa Bay.
  264. While songs were conventionally supplied through media, the online karaoke is configured to supply them through online communications.
  265. While spending such days, Ona-a became a priestess and announced her name as 'Soshinni' in 1643 with a recommendation of Iemitsu as one of the reasons.
  266. While standing or sitting, one moves his or her hands to the left and right while looking both ways.
  267. While statues of dakkatsu-kanshitsuzo are hollow, mokushin-kanshitsuzo have a wood core inside with the hemp cloth layer being thinner than the former technique.
  268. While staying at Mt. Kinpusen praying for gold, Kongo Zao (Zao Gongen) of Yoshino appeared in Roben's dream and said,
  269. While staying at a camp in Nagoya Castel during the Bunroku-Keicho War, Toshiie flirted with her and made her his concubine, and she later gave birth to Toshitsune MAEDA, the third head of the Maeda clan.
  270. While staying in Choshu Domain after being exiled from Kyoto, he composed a waka poem, which was engraved in a monument placed near Myojin-ike pond in Hagi City.
  271. While staying in Tokyo, Aizo was invited by his friend to go to Ushigome Church in Ichigaya, and signed up to Christianity and was baptized a Christian.
  272. While staying with Yoshitaka OUCHI, Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku period) in Yamaguchi, the family head Kinyori SANJO, involved in the rebellion of Harukata SUE, was killed.
  273. While still working for Uwajima Domain, he was also employed by the Tokugawa Shogunate as an assistant teacher at the Bansho Shirabesho institute for Western studies, receiving monthly rice for 20 persons and an annual income of 20 ryos.
  274. While still young, Takakazu was adopted into the Seki family.
  275. While still young, he resided on Mt. Hiei, where he studied Tendai teachings, and also studied at Mt. Koya thereafter.
  276. While stories that Oni takes the form of a human and attacks people go around, there are also stories that being full of hatred and jealousy will make a human change into Oni.
  277. While strengthening the power of the Tokuso family within the country, he repulsed two attacks by the Mongolian Empire, which at that time was far more powerful than Japan, and consequently has been regarded by later generations as a hero who had saved the nation of Japan.
  278. While stuck in the mud, an armored friend was shot and soldiers scattered in all directions as if they were small spiders while on a road the size of 5 or 6-ri (one "ri" is about 3.927 km). There was almost no space to walk because of abandoned horses and armor, etc.'
  279. While studying abroad, he changed name and identified as Momosuke NAGAI.
  280. While studying at Keio gijuku, he was adopted by Yukichi FUKUZAWA and later, married Fusa, the second daughter of Yukichi.
  281. While studying further at the College of Chemistry at South Kensington, London and the University of London, he had a nervous breakdown, and returned to Japan in May 1880.
  282. While studying in Geneva, Iwao met Lev MECHNIKOV, a Russian revolutionist.
  283. While studying in the West, the school closed but the name remained.
  284. While succeeding to the teachings of the Kataku Sect, the author, Shumitsu, became the 5th Patriarch of Kegon Sect personifying the convergence of Ch'an and the Teachings.
  285. While successively holding important positions at big temples and shrines, such as betto (a monk who manages the affairs of a temple) of Shitenno-ji Temple, betto of Hosei-ji Temple and chori (the head priest) of Onjo-ji Temple, he became Sojo (high-ranking Buddhist priest) in 1132 and Daisojo (the highest ranking Buddhist priest) in 1134.
  286. While successively serving as the head priest of a Buddhist service Kangakue in Toji Temple, Hoin, the highest ranked monk, and Daisojo, the highest rank in Japanese Buddhism, he was dedicated to the study of the Shingon doctrine so that he has been regarded as the restorer of the Shingon doctrine together with the monk Yukai in Mt. Koya.
  287. While such arguments were going on, ancient structural remnants of paddy fields at the Yusu earthenware stage was discovered at the Itazuke site located in Fukuoka City.
  288. While such ingredients are cooked in the pot, yuba appears on the surface and a kind of oboro tofu (half-curdled tofu produced in the making of tofu) is formed, and these can also be eaten.
  289. While sugar has the most natural sweetness, it may possibly become a contaminant source of thermotolerant bacterium during the unprocessed stage.
  290. While sulfuric acid is hazardous substance, sodium sulfate and magnesium sulfate etc. are harmless substances.
  291. While supporting Yoshimochi with all his might, Mitsumoto settled all these problems and worked hard for establishing the system of Shugo Allies.
  292. While supporting the political control by Nijo, Kiyomori at the same time never forgot to show consideration for Goshirakawa, and built the Rengeo-in Temple for him.
  293. While taking care of the Prince and other children, her image which was similar to her older sister Teishi attracted Emperor Ichijo who was sad with a sense of loss of his beloved wife and afterward, she became pregnant with the Emperor's favor.
  294. While taking such powerful local clans as the Toda clan and the Saigo clan in the eastern Mikawa onto his side, he moved his troops towards the east, eliminating enemy forces, such as the Udono clan.
  295. While teaching Japanese literature at a girls' high school, she started studying under Yukihiko YASUDA IN 1920.
  296. While ten years have passed since the station was abolished, there are still opinions based on the fondness of the 'Katamachi' place name, requesting that the name of Osakajokitazume Station be changed to 'Katamachi Station' or one that includes 'Katamachi.'
  297. While tension arose between Japan and Qing, a peasant rebellion, the Donghak Peasant Revolution occurred, calling for the removal of the misrule and foreign invasion.
  298. While that bonded the clan to a certain extent, they had characteristics similar to an alliance or a union based upon a fixed area and economic unit.
  299. While the '30 volumes of Ki' of Nihonshoki has been transmitted almost completely until today, the genealogy has not been left.
  300. While the 'Shin-shui wakashu' (the New Collected Gleanings (of waka poetry)) was still in the middle of being compiled, its compiler, Tameaki NIJO, passed away, so Tona took over for him and completed the work; at the time he became compiler, he was 76.
  301. While the 'full moon' dates can also be obtained from simplified calculations, the astronomical full moon dates may not always coincide.
  302. While the 9th generation male god of celestial gods, Oshihomimi no mikoto, and the gods following him are clarified along with the names of empresses, it seems that the reference to the spouse of Amaterasu Omikami was intentionally concealed in the Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters) and the Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan).
  303. While the ATM at Hanshin Racecourse belongs to the Resona Bank, the ATM at this race Course is owned by E-net Co., Ltd.
  304. While the Abe clan handed down tenmondo (astronomy), the Kamo clan passed down rekido (calendar creation).
  305. While the Amago army was initially dominant due to the advantageous location, Motoharu KIKKAWA found it difficult to defeat the Amago army and obtained information about a by-path from local residents and went up to the top of Fubeyama from the rear side of the mountain, leading a separate battalion of troops.
  306. While the Amago clan were massacring the Shinguto faction, Motonari spread the rumor that Fusahide ERA, who was a resourceful retainer of Harukata (Takafusa's new name) SUE and who had fought many wars with him, 'was planning to rebel.'
  307. While the Chodo-in and government office were proposed in Fukuhara, they were not carried out in the end ("Gyokuyo" (Diary of Kanezane KUJO, July 16th, August 4th, 11th, Jisho era 4) (the old lunar calendar)
  308. While the Dokan family performed the official tea ceremony of the domain, the Kaikan family performed it on private occasions, receiving instruction from the Dokan family.
  309. While the Duanshi ink stone has feminine luster, the Shezhou ink stone is blue-based black having masculine solidness and excellent quality.
  310. While the Emperor had already received the members of Self Defense Forces dispatched for the United Nations' peacekeeping operations and those engaged in disaster relief works, it was unprecedented that the Emperor received the members of Self Defense Forces dispatched to a battlefield.
  311. While the Emperor is known as a guardian of Saicho and Kukai, the existing Buddhism had too much relation to (and power in) politics; Nanto Rokushu (Rikushu) (The Six Sects of the Southern Capital) were forced to lose their official rank or their rewards.
  312. While the Five-Storied Pagoda (called Goju-no-To) and other structures narrowly escaped the fire, main temple buildings such as the Kon-do Hall and the original illustration of Chiko Mandala were burned down.
  313. While the Freedom and People's Rights Movement was growing, Charter Oath was accepted generally as a pledge of realization of constitutional government.
  314. While the Goddess Ogetsuhime was described in Kojiki (Record of Ancient Matters) as the origin of grain or silkworm breeding, a similar anecdote in which Tsukuyomi killed Ukemochi with a sword appears in Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan).
  315. While the Gozan in Kyoto were the center of publication, Zokutoan, of Kamakura Engaku-ji Temple, etc., also published books.
  316. While the Hanzeirei was designed to temporarily collect half of the income from nengu (land tax), Choyobun was supposed to be a tax collection of one third.
  317. While the Hokoshu as a group of military officers were dissolved by the Coup of Meio due to the Kanrei aiming to take over the authority of the bakufu, the value of the Bugyoshu, who were in charge of preparing documents and judicial matters, continued to exist as long as the structure of the bakufu existed.
  318. While the Ichijo army suffered a loss of a several hundred soldiers, there was no substantial damage to the Chosokabe army.
  319. While the Imagawa clan was losing their grip, the Tokugawa clan attained independence in Mikawa Province and the Takeda clan in Kai Province began to invade Totoumi Province and Suruga Province, respectively.
  320. While the Imperial Prince Sukehito was forced to become a hermit around Ninna-ji Temple, in 1113, he became involved in the plan by gojiso (a priest who prays to guard the emperor) and a monk of Daigo-ji Temple, Ninkan and fellows to have Sukehito accede the throne and Sukehito was confined.
  321. While the Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine matsuri is called the South Festival, Aoi Matsuri is called the North Festival.
  322. While the Japanese version excluded the Taoistic elements which were not practiced in the country, it incorporated the rest without distinguishing the 'ritsu' elements that had the nature of criminal code from the 'ryo' portion that pertained to administrative law.
  323. While the Ji sect was developing as a religious community, they gradually approached authorities in order to do yugyo without difficulty.
  324. While the Keihan Group had a plan to extend the railway line to Nagoya, the plan was canceled as a result of the depression.
  325. While the Kikuchi clan power was obviously diminishing, he died young of illness at the age of 33 on July 14, 1374, only two years after he inherited the family estate as if he was trying to follow his father.
  326. While the Kikujin no ho was worn with the Sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress), Hoko (an outer robe and a Hakama, loose-legged pleated trousers) and Ikan (traditional formal court dress) in the late Heian period, it was mostly worn with the Sokutai in the early-modern times.
  327. While the Kinbun learning was specially restricted to only one classic and strictly followed the rules and interpretations of the school, the Kobun learning studied all of the Rikkei, sometimes adopting theories from other schools such as Kinbun, and aimed at a comprehensive interpretation of the Keisho.
  328. While the Ming envoy was in Japan, the Emperor Yongle (period of reign: 1402-1424) ascended the throne in the wake of the Jingnan Incident (1399-1402).
  329. While the Mito Tokugawa family was searching for historical materials in "Dainihon shi" (Great History of Japan) during the Enpo era, the chronicle was found in the Kanazawa library and they made ten copies of the manuscript, which were put into circulation.
  330. While the Mitsubishi Fukagawa Shinboku-en (the Mitsubishi Fukagawa Shinboku Garden) was designed by a tea master and garden producer Soyo ISOYA of the Mushanokoji family in Kyoto, the western style house in it was accomplished by Josiah Conder.
  331. While the Munakata-jinja Shrines throughout Japan, this particular Shrine in Yamato was unknown about when it was enshrined and when the Shaden (shrine building) was built.
  332. While the Nagao clan was involved in the internal problem, Harunobu continued maneuvering local samurai landowners in the northern Shinano area.
  333. While the Nijo-jo Castle aimed at the completion of pure Shoin-zukuri, the Shoin in the Katsura Imperial Villa was considered to aim at Sukiya-gamae (also called "sukiya-zukuri" (building in the style of a tea-ceremony house)) instead of pure Shoin-zukuri.
  334. While the Oda army was closing in on the bakufu, Kiyonobu insisted on all-out resistance and reportedly got into a quarrel in spite of the presence of Yoshiaki with Yusai HOSOKAWA who advocated surrender.
  335. While the Oda forces tried to suppress the uprising, the combined forces of the Asai and Asakura clans began raising an army to Nobunaga's rear.
  336. While the Platform 4 has an effective length equal to six train cars, the platform barrier doors are available only for four cars.
  337. While the Prince was a Captain of the cruiser 'Takao' in 1891, he was ordered to accompany Prince NicholasⅡ(Later called NicholasⅡ) (Nikolay Aleksandrovich) of Russian Empire who came to visit Japan, as he was credited for some his experience studying overseas.
  338. While the Qing dynasty army and Boxers had more soldiers than the allied army, they were under-equipped with weapons.
  339. While the Religious Organization Law (Law No.77) enacted in 1939 was a law which aimed at controlling religions in order to strengthen the war regime, it was also a milestone in that the law recognized the corporate status of temples for the first time.
  340. While the Rinpa school maintained its identity by deliberately choosing and following similar subjects, design and unique technique, artists added their own discoveries and interpretations to augment the existing style.
  341. While the Rinzai and Soto sects have evolved in the Japanese style, the Obaku sect has retained the Ming Dynasty's style in modern times.
  342. While the Rinzai sect was supported by the military government at the time and had political and cultural influence, the Soto sect spread among local lords, local ruling families, low warriors and common people.
  343. While the Sagano Line adopts the line color (purple), the Hiroshima Branch Office adopts its own line color (that of powdered green tea).
  344. While the Sannomaru (outer part of the castle) was situated inland, the Ninomaru (second bailey), the Kita-no-maru (north compartment of the castle), and the Honmaru (the keep of a castle) were built over and into the water.
  345. While the Satsuma army suffered about 8 casualties, the government army suffered about 95 casualties in this battle, and in addition, the government army was plundered of a large amount of ordnance including two cannons, 48 small guns, and ammunition.
  346. While the Sengoku daimyo further pushed to rule the whole region in their territory, they started to gather their vassals, samurai, in their castle town and bring the samurai under their tight control.
  347. While the Shinshu-tai troop was storming the Yasumi-bashi Bridge, the Totsui-tai troop advanced through Suizenji, Nakamuta, Kengun, Kumanosho to Uto where it made contact with Shohaigun.
  348. While the Shishinden Hall was used for public ceremonies, the Seiryoden was used by the Emperor for daily life.
  349. While the Sutoku side is preparing for war, Yoshitomo and Kiyomori lead their warriors and enclose the Shirakawadono before their enemy starts to move.
  350. While the Taima Mandara has the complex composition formed of four sections based on Kanmuryoju-kyo (one of the scriptures of Mahayana Buddhism), Chiko Mandala has the extremly simple design representing only Jodo (Pure Land).
  351. While the Takeda clan was the main branch of Kai-Genji (Minamoto clan), the Ogasawara clan of the Kagami clan line was a branch family, however it was never inferior to the Takeda clan considering the social status and influence and still a major clan having territories and family throughout the country.
  352. While the Takeda forces suffered crushing defeat, Shinzoku-shu (a group which consisted of siblings and retainers) including Katsuyori's uncle Nobukatsu TAKEDA and his cousin Nobukimi ANAYAMA were among the first to leave the final battlefield of Shitaragahara, preserving the troops on hand to a degree.
  353. While the Tang forces were trying to quell the uprising, the Silla forces invaded the former Kudara territories in 670 and drove the Tang forces out.
  354. While the Tohoku region in those days was in the midway from Shizoku no hanran (revolt by family or person with samurai ancestors) after Boshin Civil War to Jiyu Minken Undo (Movement for Liberty and People's Right), he made an effort to dissuade the hearts of the people from resigning or leaving their lands, and carried out the reclamation and development in various places.
  355. While the Tokugawa government only allowed a limited number of daimyo to use its myoji, the 'Matsudaira' clan, those who were allowed to use Toyotomi's sei (original name) were widened, including some retainers of powerful daimyo.
  356. While the Yokosuka Line and express trains of Keihanshin (Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe) area were excluded, the Keihin Line and the Keihanshin Local Line became the target.
  357. While the abacus was used for a wider purpose such as accounting, sangi was used exclusively by wasan mathematicians for calculating with Tengen-jutsu (the theory of algebraic equations developed in China) and so on.
  358. While the above explanation of the animism refers to "non-living," the object absolutely remains in the range of the seas, mountains, rivers, rocks, grounds, weathers such as winds, rains, and thunders, and the like in the nature, and there is no description of artificial objects such as tools.
  359. While the above figures are all inner measurements, the outer dimensions of each size, 50 dai for example, are different from each other.
  360. While the adjacent Kyobashi Station strived thanks to its position as the transit station to the Joto Line and the Keihan Main Line, this station's position slipped because there was no line to transfer at this station.
  361. While the administration of the Shogunate was led by Shugo Daimyos of the Ashikaga clan, including Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, who were in charge of Kanrei, he studied imperial governance.
  362. While the amount of Myoga was big for the first year of permission (shonenkin/shonengin (down payment)), a small amount of Myoga was imposed annually (nennenkin/nennengin (annual payment)).
  363. While the annual revenue of the Qing Dynasty was slightly more than 88 million taels, the reparation was 450 million taels, rising to 980 million taels with interest.
  364. While the art of Noh itself faced extinction and a difficult time when stages, costumes and masks to perform were not as available as they had been, he continued to perform Noh with the aid of Kuro Tomoharu HOSHO and others and protected the lone base of the Konparu school in Tokyo.
  365. While the author is unknown, it is a masterpiece of illustrated scroll that depicts expressions of people and uplifting feelings with light and easy brush strokes.
  366. While the bakufu repeated regulation and alleviation in the control of sake brewing in such a way, the technique of sake brewing in all seasons disappeared before the end of the Edo period.
  367. While the bakufu, controlling the Togoku region, was called the Buke government, the Imperial court, located in the center of the nation, was called the Kuge government as well.
  368. While the banner of the Imperial army helped boost the morale of the soldiers of its army very much, it gave a serious shock to the soldiers of the Edo shogunate's army, who came to feel that their army turned into the rebel army.
  369. While the beginnings of makurakotoba are unknown, but makurakotoba was thought to pair up with jokotoba.
  370. While the birth date of Motokiyo is unknown, he made his first appearance in a record in 1562 that he donated kanda (fields owned by shrines) in 75 koku to Matsuo-jinja Shrine.
  371. While the buried have not been identified, it has been assumed that he was a chief-like personage of the Hata clan.
  372. While the buried is now ascertained as Emperor Senka by the Imperial Household Agency, the tumulus seems to have been constructed in earlier times.
  373. While the cabinet carried out as its main duty the general postwar settlements, including the formal signing of the Instrument of Surrender, disarmament, breaking up of the military authorities and democratization, it did not consider a large-scale reform of the old political system.
  374. While the cabinet officials of the shogunate were busily working on it, he died of disease at 61 on June 22.
  375. While the cause of Kiyomasa's death is understood to have been emaciation due to sexual overindulgence (venereal disease) according to "Todaiki" (a famous chronicle describing the Early Modern age), some say it was Togasa (syphilis) and some say it was murder by poisoning by Ieyasu or his followers.
  376. While the central government approved the autonomy of towns and villages which had had the tradition of self-government since the Edo period, it made them carry out decisions made through kocho (heads of towns and villages).
  377. While the close associates present at the time were lamenting over Iemochi's unusual behavior, Yasukiyo cried.
  378. While the concerns to the environmental issue have been raised from the 1970s, and the scandals of enterprises have happened one after another, CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) became a much-discussed subject especially in Europe and America.
  379. While the concert venue, the Kyoto Prefectural Gymnasium was surrounded by security police, and the concert was held in a tense atmosphere.
  380. While the conflict between the two Imperial Courts existing at the same time was getting deeper and deeper, the Retired Emperor Heizei gave an imperial edict about discontinuing the Heian-kyo capital and moving the capital back to Heijo-kyo on September 6 (according to the old calendar).
  381. While the confliction over the successor between the both former Progressive and the former Liberal factions (Japan) became worse, it could not reach a compromise, Prime Minister OKUMA recommended Tsuyoshi INUKAI for the successor from the Progressives on his own authority.
  382. While the confrontation across the Saka river continued, the Russian Army took the offensive on January 25 under the command of General Oskar-Ferdinand Grippenberg newly assigned to the front line in the Kokkodai area located on the extreme left wing of the Japanese Army.
  383. While the construction of Hiyoshi Dam has basically solved the flood problem, no buildings have been erected in the area (formerly flood control basin) between the JR Sagano Line and the Hozu-gawa (Oi-gawa) River.
  384. While the contenders are basically barefoot, some wear Tabi (split-toe socks).
  385. While the correct interpretation was established, criticism against annotation and interpretation arose during the mid-Tang period (around the middle of the eighth century).
  386. While the couple is frolicking and talking about their trick, suddenly the moon appears through the clouds and illuminates the river, and they notice a roofed boat floating nearby.
  387. While the culture of townspeople developed in urban areas, farmers who had been reduced to poverty by non-profitable agriculture abandoned their fields and drifted into cities, thus ruining agricultural communities.
  388. While the damage was smaller than those before them, despite this, the area was almost completely destroyed.
  389. While the date is not known around 1573, Ietada took a daughter of Tadawake MIZUNO, who was the younger brother the lord of Kariya-jo Castle, Nobumoto MIZUNO, as wife.
  390. While the decrees of the bakufu at the time were today's national laws in Japan, there were many Hatto (law, ban) locally effective only in certain domains and regions in the Edo period as there are Jorei (ordinance) set forth by local governments today.
  391. While the description of the opening paragraph of the transcript possessed by The Kyoto University Library is "常以月将加占事", that of the transcripts possessed by Sonkeikaku-bunko and Imperial Household Archives is " 常以月将加占時".
  392. While the despotic Kenmu restoration by Emperor Go-Daigo had been losing support, Takauji traveled to the east to suppress the Nakasendai Rebellion, and stayed in Kamakura to try to build his own government.
  393. While the details are unknown, it is assumed that this was related to redundancy in the contents, the circumstances of their introduction to Japan, or other factors.
  394. While the development of the conventional railway was overwhelmed by the wave of motorization and thus slowing down, Shinkansen lines, the high speed passenger railway, started growing as a main artery of Japan.
  395. While the division of the Imperial family led to the division of Imperial Court society in general, the subordination of the aristocrats to the Chiten side also progressed.
  396. While the east, the west, and the north remained almost the same as those in the past, 'the south boundary is Onogami-oji Street (a road from Hitachi Province).'
  397. While the eighth Kichibe was said to be the best scroll mounter out of all the generations, he was also familiar with Kokugaku (the study of Japanese classical literature) and Confucianism, maintaining deep friendships with scholars and loyal supporters of "Revere the Emperor and expel the foreigners."
  398. While the eldest son Keigo died young, the second son Dairoku became an adopted heir of the Kikuchi family, Shuhei's family home.
  399. While the elegant simplicity of sabi places more emphasis on the action of nature, antiques in the West emphasize the historical respects.
  400. While the entrance to the path can be reached while wearing ordinary attire, it should be noted that the surrounding area is not paved and full of many small stones.
  401. While the establishment of the Muromachi bakufu in Kyo during the Muromachi period following the decline of the Southern Court led to the revival of Kyoto as a political city, it also achieved economic development and a tradition of self-governance by influential citizens called machishu (merchant class) arose.
  402. While the family head for the next generation is Hiroto's son Takuto, it is uncertain if Norito or Kaito will be the family head after Takuto.
  403. While the family head of the Kamikira family always lived in Kyoto, the family head of the Shimokira family usually lived in its domain and occasionally visited Kyoto.
  404. While the family names of Minamoto and Taira were both conferred on princes and princesses, many of those who received the title of Taira were said to have been the emperor's grandchildren or more distant relatives; therefore, the Taira clan was considered to hold a lower rank than the Minamoto clan.
  405. While the fight against the Rokkaku clan continued, he died at the age of 64 in 1470.
  406. While the financial help from the Empress Teimei saved the lives of some patients, it is undeniable that the placement of patients into quarantine was justified by using the phrase, 'prevention.'
  407. While the first Minoru UMEWAKA was alive, Kanze-ryu school did not take distinctive action against it yet.
  408. While the formal Buddhist name was written as 僧日文 (So Nichibun), the vertical writing of that name was misread as 僧旻 and established as his name.
  409. While the former Imperial Family (Household) Law was adopted to use Permanent Imperial Family regulations as a base, the enlarged Imperial Family (Household) Law issued in 1907 was to regulate a Prince's membership in the Imperial family by issuing an Imperial order or Jogan.
  410. While the former was reorganized into 43 towns prefixed by 'Kamitoba,' the latter into 12 towns that had 'Kamitoba Tonomori' as the prefix.
  411. While the founder Dogen interpreted it, Tenkei's interpretation 'Kanjizai Bosatsu is yourself' is famous.
  412. While the front chamber is square, the back chamber is slightly round and the burial chamber is almost circular in shape.
  413. While the funeral rites are observed in a church as a funeral mass in many cases, some are observed at home depending on circumstances.
  414. While the fuseya type was predominant, the kabedachi type was limited to large-scale structures in key settlements, believed to be built in both Yayoi and Kofun (tumulus) periods as an architectural style aimed at demonstrating authority as the residence of the chieftain.
  415. While the garden somewhat resembles the scenery of a mountain village described in "Sakutei-ki," it reminds us of the strict world of Zen.
  416. While the giant turns into an ogre or fall into being ridiculed for his lack of wisdom, the dwarf uses his craftiness.
  417. While the glamorous sound of Kiyomoto is heard from a neighboring house, Kobei determines to commit family suicide, but cannot die because of the smiling baby.
  418. While the government leaders (the Min family) were serving the Great, Ok-gyun KIM planned to take aim at Gojong-King of Korea only.
  419. While the group led by Nashiro managed to arrive in Japan later, another group led by HEGIRI no Hironari, the third officer of the envoy to Tang China, which was captured by Kingdom of Champa after being adrift on the sea, returned to Changan.
  420. While the heat is suppressed around fifteen degrees centigrade for usual tsukuri, it is said that around ten degrees centigrade is the target for the ginjo system in which influence on organic acids must be taken into consideration.
  421. While the hilt of the original halberd has been left in the ground, the blade, once retrieved and presented to the Shimazu clan, then dedicated to a shrine nearby, is now reported missing after passing into the possession of various people.
  422. While the houses turned off the lights, many men and women from around the country slept bundled together in small inns and private houses, where unknown men and women contacted each other.
  423. While the inclination isn't so sharp, the road has many blind curves.
  424. While the kakeobi type mo of modern times is very short in the main body, hikigoshi was extremely long and there was a custom that one point was loosened and temporally fixed to make a loop.
  425. While the knife-like stone tools went fading at the end of upper Paleolithic period, the lanceolate-shaped point remarkably developed with a big production increase.
  426. While the land donated in the past was around the Kitasoma-gun, Ibaraki Prefecture, the area was extended toward the Minamisoma-gun, Chiba Prefecture, which was presumed to be a broad region of 7 km in the east and the west and 20 km in the north and the south.
  427. While the legitimacy of the emperor was ruined, the Northern Court from Emperor Gokogen made every effort to improve the situation
  428. While the line was constructed along the Yura River, its track was laid on the riverbed due to the shortage of construction funds.
  429. While the lineage between Genji and Emperor Reizei as a father and son is implied to be skill in pictures and painting, the Fujiwara clan regards music as their specialty.
  430. While the lineal descendants are 'Nobukazu' of the Mito line, Kozan's oldest son, and 'Yoshiyori' of the Shimabara line, the third son, there are some collateral descendants.
  431. While the main section up to Nanase was called the Honkoku (literally, real valley) tramline, the new section was named the Onoko provisional tramline.
  432. While the main shop was closed due to fire, this shop changed the opening time early in order to supplement this.
  433. While the major process to stop fermentation is steaming in Japan, Kamairi (roast and roll method) is the major process in China.
  434. While the members of the Minamoto clan were killed one after another amid a struggle for supremacy, he devoted himself to religious practice completely isolated from the general world, and as a result he earned respect from many people.
  435. While the middle circular part is almost perfect circle, the front square part is regular square without the frontal expanse and the arc shape in front.
  436. While the middle stage of Mikkyo became a complicated system of Buddhism for priests, it couldn't become widespread among Indian people and therefore couldn't change the trend whereby Hinduism, which emphasized daily religious services and folk beliefs, flourished and expanded.
  437. While the modifications of wooden passenger and cargo trains were done by Japanese craftsmen with woodworking skills from the start of the opening however, steam engine production made progress as they learned and gained the skills of modern technology.
  438. While the monk from Kyoto is taking a nap, Yoshitsune's ghost appears wearing armor (Yoshitsune appears in a costume consisting of a plate, happi [workman's livery coat] and hangiri [divided brocade skirts with pleats in front and stiffened backs decorated with bold designs in either brocade or gold or silver leaf] in Shura-noh).
  439. While the monk is performing a Buddhist rite for Narihira and his wife, a village woman (actually the spirit of Narihira's wife) appears accompanied by a shidai (musical accompaniment performed by the hayashi [musical ensemble] used for the entrance of characters) and offers flowers and water to Narihira's barrow.
  440. While the nakabashira and itakabe partition the hanjo (a half sized tatami mat) used as shobanseki (seat for an accompanying guest) located beyond furosaki from teishudatami (tatami used as teishuza), by providing an arched aperture in the lower part of the wall, they also meticulously take into account how the accompanying guest will look at it.
  441. While the name "Moro-tai" is regarded as a term that appropriately indicates his style at the time, it was initially used as a criticism to mean a 'lifeless, vague and dim style.'
  442. While the name of this bridge is written as "勢多の唐橋" in Japanese (pronounced "Karabashi no Seta" and meaning "Chinese-style bridge of Seta"),it is also called "瀬田の長橋" (pronounced "Nagabashi no Seta" and meaning "long bridge of Seta").
  443. While the nature of two lines were different as mentioned above, there was a more critical difference between the two lines.
  444. While the negotiations by the Southern Court for the return of the Retired Emperors and Imperial princes was becoming difficult, it had been identified that Prince Iyahito, the prince of the Retired Emperor Kogon, were remaining in Kyoto without being abducted by the Southern Court.
  445. While the nobles in the capital recognized the immeasurable wealth of the Oshu Fujiwara clan and were frightened of the influence of its military power to political situations, they tended to despise the clan as mysterious barbarians.
  446. While the number of ito for standard type Soh has been 13 since the Nara period, Soh with more strings was once produced during the Edo period.
  447. While the number of people attending festivals and fairs is decreasing, the number of events such as flea markets, run by various organizations and held in municipally managed parks and recreation halls, is on the rise.
  448. While the operating distance of 'Asashio' for the section between Kyoto Station and Tottori Station is 230.3 km, that of 'Super Hakuto' and 'Hakuto' is 253.5 km, which is just over 20 km longer, but on the contrary the travel time of the latter trains was shortened by about an hour.
  449. While the origin of the soba restaurant is unknown, there was a description of a 'Kendon Sobagiri' (which means buckwheat noodles sold per serving dish) restaurant that opened in 1664 found in two different documents including "Sanseiroku" and "Kinsei Fuzokushi" written during the late Edo period.
  450. While the original chanbara was a kind of theatrical 'make-believe play,' sports chanbara has rules and specific equipments with consideration to prevent injury by being beaten.
  451. While the original style of sokyoku went into gradual decline towards the end of the Edo period, sokyoku of the Ikuta school style prospered as a result of its contributing the koto parts for an enormous number of jiuta songs.
  452. While the other children of Yoriie suffered a violent death one after another in the political strife within the shogunate, TAKE no Gosho, who was a girl protected by her grandmother Masako HOJO, escaped from being dragged into the strife.
  453. While the panels were commonly posted in only one of either the Kyoto-bound or outward-bound platforms, Ryuanji Station and Rokuoin Station had panels posted on both these platforms.
  454. While the people doing ukai fishing are generally called 'Utukai,' those doing ulkai in Nagara-gawa River are traditionally called 'usho' because of the hereditary system.
  455. While the political scene was centered with Ichijo, Crown Prince Okisada was isolated and it was clear that Reizei line was the inferior Imperial line.
  456. While the population of the surrounding cities and towns has been decreasing, until recently only that of Fukuchiyama City has seemed to have inched up.
  457. While the power of the Taira clan was at its zenith, Yorimasa--a Minamoto--continued quietly to maintain his position, and in 1178, on Kiyomori's recommendation, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  458. While the price of the Oban was supposed to be eleven-ryo three-bu to Genbun-Koban according to the content of gold, the actual price was fixed at ten-ryo.
  459. While the process of a funeral ceremony is more or less different by sects and regions, a rough idea is that Makura-gyo (Death Guidance pillow sutra) is conducted soon after death, Yukan (cleanse a dead body with hot water for burial) is done, then Nokan (placing a dead body in a coffin) is done and then observe Tsuya.
  460. While the project of moving Denken to Atago-cho was proceeding, the residents launched a campaign against Denken; to prove that Denken was safe, Yukichi built a new house for his second son Sutejiro next to the site for Denken.
  461. While the public Kyudo dojos (training halls) disappeared under such social conditions, Japanese Kyudo and its traditional culture survived thanks to activities by sincere Kyujutsu-ka (those who do Kyujutsu), who worked on properly passing down the ancient Kyujutsu traditions by opening private Kyudo dojos, etc.
  462. While the rank of kokushu were normally from Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) to Jurokuinoge (Junior Sixth Rank, Lower Grade), that of Imperial Prince Taishu of Shinno-ningoku was Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  463. While the real family name of Izumi-ryu soke is Yamawaki, "Izumi" is used as a stage name.
  464. While the rebellion was quashed in September of the same year, Shigemochi was killed in the rebellion, a theory suggests.
  465. While the regent carried out (as an agent) government in the place of an infant emperor, he also at that time oversaw the emperor's major power to manage officials and took charge of appointments and promotion of officials.
  466. While the reliability of his career has long been doubted in the historical studies, there are some documents, genealogies and so on which would make us presume that he really existed, and his real image has been clarified by those materials.
  467. While the residents of Kyoto were quietly observing the passing troops, they cheered for the splendidness of the military uniforms of the Date troops.
  468. While the restoration of rakugo theaters was hard to achieve, community-based rakugo workshops and independent rakugo programs were often held in the mid 1970s onward.
  469. While the right side was made of aya (twilled silk) or hiraginu (plain silk) for winter wear, it was made of sha (silk gauze), and the like for summer wear.
  470. While the riot in Okinoyama coal mine developed into a riot of several thousand people including local residents, Uchikowashi of rice warehouse merchants and residences and arsons to brothels took place.
  471. While the river looks calm from a distance, rapids become apparent when one traverses the river in a small boat.
  472. While the root of Mizuwasabi is large, hatawasabi and autochthons have small roots.
  473. While the rosy light of day is breaking over the eastern edge of the field, the thinning last quarter of the moon is shining faintly when I turn to the west.
  474. While the rule contributed to an increase in the Bakufu's revenue, it faced many problems and was abolished in 1730.
  475. While the sale of beer is on the decline, the low-malt beer market has been expanding and it has been a hot-selling product since its appearance.
  476. While the sale of through-tickets between the Otsu Line and the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line started, the sale of through-tickets between the Otsu Line and the Keihan Main Line was terminated.
  477. While the same gift is often given to all recipients, different gifts may also be given depending on differing koden amounts.
  478. While the same painting techniques as the Western paintings were employed, the tools used were those available in Japan.
  479. While the samurai culture put a value on the literary and military arts, court noble culture was characterized by elegance and pleasure, that is, hobbies and arts which were told as kacho-fugetsu (beauty of nature, the traditional themes of natural beauty in Japanese aesthetics).
  480. While the situation is as stated above, there are also some jujutsu schools in Japan that have many striking and kicking techniques.
  481. While the size of each hemp piece and thickness of the hemp layer vary from statue to statue, the hemp layer is typically made into roughly about 1-cm thickness.
  482. While the skin of the pufferfish was valued as a delicacy, it was also used as a material for folk crafts and industrial arts.
  483. While the sophisticated Western culture as described above was brought to and accepted by Japanese people, a culture unique to Japan was fostered at the same time.
  484. While the special vessel stands and jars, which are presumed to have been brought from Okayama City and its environs, are only seen in the rounded rear, the jar-shaped Haji pottery with a dual-rimmed mouth and holes on the bottom have been gathered from the square front.
  485. While the statues of Shitenno after aging generally shows strenuous movement and a menacing pose, the Shitenno statues of the Taima-dera Temple stand with a gentle look on its face and an exotic facial expression.
  486. While the story is generally accepted as a historical fact, there are many different versions and the details remain unclear.
  487. While the study of samurai had two schools of theory, the 'local lord' and 'function,' it was apparent from the continuous characteristics seen from the military system under the Ritsuryo system to medieval bushi by examining the function and especially techniques (cavalry and archery).
  488. While the subject matter of this book is Bushido in feudal society, it is not a direct interpretation of Bushido, but a guideline for a universal truth for finding out the basis of Bushido as a phenomenon which appeared as a spiritual base in Japan.
  489. While the surprised retainer kept watching the situation, Hikoshichi said that a mountain appeared upside down, thereby calling it Mt. Sakazura, and as the water reflected the shape of the ogre, the river was called Kagami-gawa River.
  490. While the surrounding area of this intersection have many hotels including the Kyoto Hotel and other classic Japanese-style hotels, there is also an underground shopping center beneath the intersection called Zest Oike.
  491. While the system of modern society was gradually appearing in the society, Kamigata literature described the diversified urban life and energetic human emotions and the subtleties of feeling.
  492. While the tane is made in the same way as the prototype until the dough is spread into a thin layer, it is rolled by a roller machine as thin as a few millimeters of thickness.
  493. While the temperature difference isn't significant, there is a difference to the touch due to the different constitution of the water.
  494. While the temples and shrines that once acted as sponsors declined, doso-sakaya prospered and became independent.
  495. While the temples worshiped as Nijuyohai repeated relocations and rebuildings, with the establishment of branch temples, the number of temples with the status of Nijuyohai has increased to around 180.
  496. While the term "To no chujo" refers to a person who concurrently assumed the positions of Kurodo no to and Konoe no chujo (Middle Captain of the Inner Palace Guards), To no ben is normally understood as a person who concurrently assumed the positions of Kurodo no to and Chuben (Middle Controller) (of the Left and Right).
  497. While the term "symbol" in English means an abstract design and "emblem" means visual design, "Kamon" in Japan is expressed as " " in English in the sense of 'Kabutokazari (兜飾り).'
  498. While the term 'Sakoku' was newly coined at that time, it was not widely used until the Meiji period.
  499. While the territories of Umaji-Sugiuwa clan were located in Sagami Province and in Tanba Province separately, the clan placed the jinya in Umaji, Kuwata County, to issue paper money through Kakubei ZENIYA of the 'Kakeya,' the position who was in charge of the accounts of products, such as kuramai (the rice crop to be sold).
  500. While the title of a Shinno (Imperial Prince) or Naishinno (Imperial Princess by birth) is put before the name as in 'Imperial Prince Fumihito' and considered to be a part of the name, the title of a Shinnohi (also Empress) is put both before and after the name as in 'Princess Kiko, the wife of the Imperial Prince Fumihito.'
  501. While the top is decorated with poppy seeds and browned, the reverse side of the cake is white and looks lonely; thus it was named, as a play on words, after the saying: "Wind in the pines (matsukaze) on the beach suggests loneliness."
  502. While the top of Mitsubishi Zaibatsu (financial clique), Yanosuke IWASAKI and a doctor, Shokichi NAGAYO were Shojiro's adopted son-in-law, Koyata IWASAKI of Mitsubishi, Toshiya IWASAKI, a founder of Asahi Glass company and Teruya IWASAKI, a pioneer of railway enthusiasts were Shojiro's grandchildren.
  503. While the towns established in 1931 are named 'Momoyama-cho-----,' the towns newly established or renamed later are named 'Momoyama-----cho.'
  504. While the traditional tanka poets were perplexed by the "Salad Anniversary"(Machi TAWARA) and the way in which it popularized tanka poetry, the New Wave poets brought about another revolution in poetry expression by their grand imagination and sensitivities.
  505. While the train operates on the 98.7 km Kyoto-Nisi-Akashi Section in a narrow sense, it is actually operated on the 144.7 km Yasu-Kakogawa section since the section of its operation was extended to the Kakogawa Station and Kusatsu Station (Shiga Prefecture) at the end of the JNR era.
  506. While the trains run at 12.6 km/h during the New Year rush, in other slack seasons, they run at 8 km/h.
  507. While the type of sugar mainly used is from the sugar beet, superfine sugar is hardly used due to its problems of transport.
  508. While the university sponsors the event, the planning and operation is carried out by the executive committee of students.
  509. While the venue's office was inundated with complaints, Motoya, who was supposed to be ill, appeared that night in a TBS live program (Nagano World Figure Skating Championships) and arose suspicion.
  510. While the war was in a stalemate, Yoshinaka received the information that Yoritomo's younger brother who had become Taishogun (commander in chief) was on the way to the capital with tens of thousands of soldiers ("Gyokuyo," entry of December 10).
  511. While the wealthy farmers developed lands, accumulated wealth and strove for new developments, the Hosokawa clan is said to have been held in contempt as 'Poor Tonosama (feudal lord) in Higo' and to have left many of its debts unpaid.
  512. While the whole situation was very complex, the major trend at the end of the Edo period was that the Tokugawa Shogunate and the Satsuma Domain who insisted on opening Japan to the world were at odds with the Choshu Domain who insisted on expelling foreigners.
  513. While the word has been passed down to future generations by some enthusiasts of the term, the category of Kobetsu Sekke started to include people who newly established a branch family, people who succeeded other families through adoption and their male descendants.
  514. While the word shoji (a paper sliding door) originates from China, the word 'fusuma' is not seen in Tang and Korea so the name seems to come from Japanese.
  515. While the wrapping paper used for Orikata varied depending on the period and the school of technique, paper, such as Otakadanshi, Hoshoshi, Minoshi, Hanshi, etc., has been selectively used considering the appropriate level of formality.
  516. While the year of his death is not specified, it is estimated to be around 1238 to 1241.
  517. While the year of his death is unknown, 'Fumi no Atai Jokaku' probably died before January 26, 682 when FUMI no Atai Chitoko and presumably others with the same title were given a new kabane (hereditary title) Muraji (seventh highest of the eight hereditary titles).
  518. While the years of his birth and death are not known, in 'Homyo of the Nanjo family' (homyo is a Buddhist name given to a person who has died or has entered the priesthood) included in "Ueshinanjoki" we can find a homyo that reads 'Gecchujoshin-shinji Chisokuin' (月中常心信士 知足院), which is thought to be Sosho.
  519. While the yomihon books were printed in hanshibon (literally, "half book") format and relatively expensive, many kokkeibon books were printed in chubon (middle-sized, smaller than the hanshibon-format) format at a moderate price.
  520. While the zuryo retained most of the power, the ninyo, who were assistants to the zuryo, lost their influences and were treated like private servants to the zuryo.
  521. While their presence at the Kamogawa River is presently a typical winter scene, their presence is relatively recent, and they first appeared in 1974.
  522. While there are a lot of variations of shape depending on the religious sect or usage, they still share a common method of sewing together small pieces of cloth.
  523. While there are many collections of ghost stories whose titles include the phrase, 'Hyakumonogatari' such as "Shokoku Hyakumonogatari" (Hundred Tales from Various Provinces), the present text largely differs in form from the others.
  524. While there are many countries in which the railway network was developed by private companies in pioneer days of railways, there are no countries in which private railways have maintained the railway network widely up to the present date except for Japan.
  525. While there are many literary scholars who express denial of his all-out rejection of "Kokinwakashu," others think of him as a man who was spawned by the fast and radically changing Meiji era in which many of the points he made are allowable.
  526. While there are no administrative divisions today corresponding to the past Machigumi and 'wards', explanation will be made, for convenience' sake, according to the divisions at the time of the reorganization of the former four wards into six kumi in 1879.
  527. While there are no set rules regarding which type of train departs from which platform, during the daytime hours, Limited Express trains depart from Platform 1 and semi-express trains depart from Platform 3.
  528. While there are passing sidings at all intermediate stations except for Myoushin-ji Temple Station and Utano Station, trains usually pass only at Narutaki Station and Ryuanji Station.
  529. While there are several different family lineages that adopted the name "Bomon," perhaps the most well-known is that of the descendants of the Kanpaku (Chief Advisor) FUJIWARA no Michitaka of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  530. While there are two common sayings as to the origin of robatayaki, one being Sendai and the other being Kushiro, the above-described stories are commonly recognized by both restaurants.
  531. While there are two letters in two mountains, it is regarded as one letter in one mountain.
  532. While there are two ticket gates--one each on the north and south sides of the station--officers are allocated only to the south ticket gate.
  533. While there are varieties of architectural style names, each shrine has a distinctive style, which creates a huge number of styles, thus making the classification rather meaningless; shrine architecture is therefore simply classified by the various forms of the roof.
  534. While there are various historic sites and festivals related to Kiyomasa as 'Seishoko-san' in Kumamoto Prefecture (the former Kumamoto Domain) even today, Higo people at that time strongly revered Kiyomasa.
  535. While there are various theories (see below) and the actual origin has not been truly identified, at present, the following two theories are commonly cited with regard to the origin:
  536. While there have been several theories as to how Hideyoshi succeeded in achieving this incredible marching speed, it is generally said that he arranged in advance to have taimatsu torches lit along roads the army would travel, and even ordered some areas to supply their food on their way.
  537. While there is a description of a feast admiring Japanese wisteria in "Genji Monogatari," 'Hana' (flower) had been used as a synonym for cherry blossoms by that time, so a feast admiring flowers other than cherry blossoms was not meant to be called hanami or hana no en.
  538. While there is a theory that only a part of the visually-impaired belonged to a mutual support group including todoza, and there is a theory that in those days almost all visually-impaired belonged to some kind of group such as todoza, mosoza and the goze organization.
  539. While there is a type for striking on one side, there is also a type for striking on both sides.
  540. While there is an opinion that this work is a tomebutagawara (a kind of roof tile), there is also an opposing view because of the shape of its bottom, and it remains inconclusive.
  541. While there might be some exceptions, they were all protected carefully in foreign countries, and then returned to Japan after learning foreign knowledge.
  542. While there was criticism that Shiki's theory was not heading in the right direction of fostering literature, the "shasei" theory was one which overlapped with the modernism of the Meiji Era.
  543. While there was no change in terms of dividing Shimogyo into 32, former Shimogyo bangumi No. 24 was divided into Shimogyo wards No. 7 and No. 15, and former Shimogyo bangumi Nos. 22 and 32 were incorporated into Shimogyo ward No. 16.
  544. While there was renovation work on Kyuchu sanden, 'goshintai' (the object of worship in a Shinto shrine) was moved into a temporary Kyuchu sanden.
  545. While there were many branch families of the Date clan in Mutsu Province, Date family lines which held the post of kokujin ryoshu (a local samurai lord) also existed in Suruga Province and Tajima Province.
  546. While there were no changes in terms of dividing Kamigyo and Shimogyo into 33 and 32, respectively, the former Shimogyo bangumi No. 24 was divided into Shimogyo wards No. 7 and No. 15, and the former bangumi No. 22 and 32 were combined to form Shimogyo ward No. 16.
  547. While there were some exaggerations, "Okagami" (the Great Mirror) described her appearance as 'when she climbed into the cart, her body was in the vehicle but the end of her hair was at the pillar of the main building.'
  548. While there were some reservations regarding its actual operational abilities, the constitution was highly acclaimed by intellectuals in U. S. and European countries (with a specific example being Erwin von B?lz) in terms of its contents.
  549. While there were struggles in the Minamoto clan, the Taira family marched to the Capital of Fukuhara, Settsu Province.
  550. While there were surprise and night attacks by the Qing dynasty army, there were periods of cease-fire in between and people were able to rest while the group of envoys and Qing dynasty held meetings.
  551. While there were various theories regarding his last years, the above-mentioned theory described in "Nanjo Seisui Ki" is one of those.
  552. While these activities were underway, the scale of direct business operation of the field practice forest was reduced in and after 1970, and the area where trees were cut decreased significantly after1975.
  553. While these are dishes which took a curry-like form by adding spices and a South Asian or Southeast Asian taste to traditional dishes of the regions, we should not overlook the fact that many restaurants as well as cooks made an effort to teach and spread these dishes.
  554. While these are the descriptions about the Juo, there are three more additional trials in the Jusanbutsu-shinko belief.
  555. While these buses running between Kansai Region and Tokushima Prefecture are individually operated by JR (Japan Railroad) and private bus companies, (suh as the Tokushima Bus Co., Ltd.) this Awa Express Bus Kyoto-go is jointly operated by both parties.
  556. While these forged writings can be detected relatively easy based on their literary style and inconsistency in vocabulary, "the fifth book" of "Gargantua and Pndagruel " is an example where it is hard to draw a conclusion whether it is a fake or an original even to this day.
  557. While these misfortunes occurred, Michizane was unprecedentedly promoted from Kurodo no to (head chamberlain) to Udaijin (minister of the right), but Yoshiyuki remained Daigeki (a senior secretary).
  558. While these pile up horizontally little by little and connect together, the connected strips are then tied up and joined sideways to form a piece of the armor.
  559. While these sacred shrine forests, sacred trees, sacred mountains and Meoto Iwa are sacred realms or sacred bodies, they are also considered as boundaries between 'utsushiyo' (actual world) and 'tokoyo and tokoyo' (eternal night and eternal world).
  560. While these works are called 'jodo henso-zu' (the picture describing Buddhist Heaven and Pure Land) in China, they are called mandala in Japan.
  561. While they are talking, the sea is becoming perilous.
  562. While they contributed to the flourishing of shamisen music and koto music, heikyoku, which should have been their original profession, came to a complete standstill, being handed down with no new work, and gradually the number of musicians who could play heikyoku decreased.
  563. While they criticized the 'mind itself as the law' and 'no good, no evil' of Yomei-gaku (neo-Confucianism based on teaching of Wang Yangming), they recognized the position of accepting human desires, and created the trend of viewing the accommodation of social desires as 'law.'
  564. While they flourished around the Muromachi period, they came to be referred to as Otogi Zoshi in the 18th century, around the Kyoho era when Seiemon SHIBUKAWA in Osaka published the following 23 books under the category of "Otogi Bunko" or "Otogi Zoshi."
  565. While they had a cost advantage under the soaring cost of steel, there were drawbacks in design and they were used only in the 1980s.
  566. While they had been originally argued as subjects for practitioners of austerities in order to be reborn in the Pure Land, Shinran argued that Hozo bosatsu (Dharmakara Bodhisattva) had finished practicing all of them.
  567. While they lost the privilege to receive dead horses and cattle and so on after the Meiji Restoration, the discrimination still continued, which led to the Buraku (discriminated communities) Liberation Movement.
  568. While they made a 'proclamation of war' from the order of Empress Dowager Cixi, from the start the Qing dynasty had no conviction that they would win against the allied western powers.
  569. While they repeat "Namukan jizai bosatsu," it becomes "Namukanjizai, Namukanjizai" and is shortened to "Namukan, Namukan," and they come to feel higher and higher.
  570. While they wanted to pretend Himuka was charged of the incident and relegated to Tsukushi, it was nothing but an extraordinary promotion that somebody with obscurity and no rank was assigned to Dazai no Sochi which had an important role in diplomacy.
  571. While they were active, for instance performing guidance tours and traveling reviews, when the Pacific War situation became imminent the government strongly recommended martial arts training to the citizens in order to focus the lives of the citizens entirely on the pursuance of the war.
  572. While they were away, Japanese government without them called Rusu-seifu (government while heads of government are away) had a debate over Japan's dispatching of troops to Korea, Seikanron, which led to political changes in 1873 after the delegation returned.
  573. While they were fighting against three guards who jumped out of bed and came rushing from the hall, Sawaemon ONODERA found bows lining up after killing one of Kira's retainers, and immediately cut off bowstrings so that they were no use.
  574. While they were similar to higher schools under the old system (those established by the University Order), they were institutions of higher education with the understanding that their students would advance only to the universities with which they were separately associated.
  575. While things didn't look too good in the relationship between Tokugawa and Toyotomi, he is said to have lamented by saying to his pet monkey, 'Would you like to learn the teachings of Confucius, too?' when he saw the monkey scribbling in his Rongo book in red imitating him during a boat trip from Osaka.
  576. While this anecdote indicate the Tadakiyo SAKAI's autocracy and Ietsuna's inability to display leadership as head of the bakufu, Tatsuya TUJI and Chizuru FUKUDA point out the importance of the Shogun's wishes in decision making in the bakufu administration.
  577. While this arrangement increases the defensive capability of the castle in every direction, surrounding each kuruwa sequentially requires that a large area of land be allotted to the castle grounds.
  578. While this causes the depth of the castle to increase, the sides and rear of the honmaru may be exposed, making the castle more vulnerable to attacks on areas other than the otemon (central gate).
  579. While this change was an important policy issue for the Meiji government, complicated disputes arose among some nationalists as to whether the settlements acted as a bulwark protecting Japanese tradition and culture from foreign ideas and religion.
  580. While this concept of ko spread to the public in the Middle Ages, many types of faith groups used the term ko in their names.
  581. While this episode may have a contradiction between the years, it is said to have been a trigger to loosen the order to ban the import of the foreign books in 1720.
  582. While this feud was a prelude to the fall of Rokkaku clan, it was a very favorable incident for Nobunaga to secure the route for Kyoto from Gifu where he headquartered.
  583. While this kakeobi of the Kamakura period was the same form as that of kogoshi, modern kakeobi was wider and had different embroideries depending on the rank of the wearer.
  584. While this kind of atsugesho does not look very good outdoors, it often harmonizes with the level of light created by candles indoors.
  585. While this law was categorized as a hanzei law, its contents demonstrated policies concerning territories of the Muromachi bakufu as well as the attitude toward litigation on the inside and outside of the bakufu.
  586. While this mikoshi passes through, houses turn off their lights to welcome it; thus the festival is called "Kurayami no Kisai (Strange Festival of Darkness)."
  587. While this person was alive, he behaved really cooperatively, he excelled in shooting arrows while riding a horse, he naturally had three scales on the side of his body and his swimming was extremely skilful.'
  588. While this sakatsukasa is often confused by the public with the sake-no-tsukasa (also called "miki-no-tsukasa"), or historical sake brewing by the Imperial Court during the Asuka and Nara periods, they are actually completely different concepts.
  589. While this self-deification is supported affirmatively by many theories from the viewpoint of his relationship with the Imperial Court and the idea of invading the continent, there are also many negative theories.
  590. While this statue includes lots of characteristics of the sculptor Kaikei, he has not yet been identified as the creator.
  591. While this system was to define disparity of positions between government officials who are in the noble class and the other commoners who are in the subordinate class, it was, at the same time, to determine one's role based on meritocracy, and did not have hereditary law structure inherently.
  592. While this term originally referred to priests or chief priests who had the ability to unite many priests, later it came to mean the top priests in the Enryaku-ji Temple, which required the approval from the Imperial court in order to control all of the Tendai Sect.
  593. While this town name is listed on the postal code list, it is not referred to even as the former town name in 'Kadokawa,' and not listed in 'Jurisdiction District Ordinance' and 'Announcement of the Election committee.'
  594. While this used to be a busy shopping district, with the taste of a 'commercial town,' shops are closing down, like the rest of Japan, leaving the area mostly residential now.
  595. While this was a policy that could only work in national isolation from the viewpoint of the international situation at that time, it caused gold to move overseas after the Treaty between the United States of America and the Empire of Japan.
  596. While this was tremendously beneficial to Bokkai, it pressured Japanese finances.
  597. While this work was underway, the station was rebuilt as an elevated station equipped with passing loops near the temporary station house.
  598. While those shown in the figure are common ones, there are also those with two or eight folds.
  599. While those sold in cans are straight, those sold in plastic packs are sometimes concentrated.
  600. While today, it is well-practiced throughout the whole country of Japan, it was originally a local folkway of the Kanto area.
  601. While tokoroten is a substance in a form of macromolecular gel, it differs from other food such as jelly in that it has a unique texture of the surface feeling somewhat hard when eaten.
  602. While traditional devotees to fundoshi loincloth are now aging and their population is decreasing, new devotees are emerging from the generation that knows only briefs and trunks.
  603. While traditional osechi dishes have been packed in five-layer lacquered boxes, recently simplified three-layer lacquered boxes have come into use.
  604. While traditional sushi restaurants tended to be exclusive, Kaitenzushi restaurants have satisfied the needs of ordinary people by providing low price, convenience, simple billing, and have spread nationwide since 1970's and have become the competitors of family restaurants.
  605. While training to be a priest in Kyoto and in Omi Province, he enjoyed making Chinese poems and learning seal engraving under Mosho NIIOKI (a calligrapher and a seal engraver in the early-Edo period).
  606. While trying to subdue the Takahashi clan, his daughter, who had been held hostage, was murdered.
  607. While tsubo is the Japanese origin unit, it has been also used in South Korea and Taiwan because the unit was introduced and established under the ruling of the former Empire of Japan.
  608. While typical Jubako has a rectangular shape, some of them have a circular shape, a hexagonal shape, or an octagonal shape.
  609. While uchi-mise mainly offered takeout sushi or delivered sushi, the ones with a sign 'Gozen' (literally, meal) displayed on the door allowed people to have lunch in zashiki (a Japanese style guest room with tatami flooring) on the premises.
  610. While umeshu (ume liquor) is prepared from aoume (unripe ume), umeboshi are made with fruits picked ripe in or around June.
  611. While up until then, the kimono had large wrist openings to the full sleeve width and was called Osode, kosode has small wrist openings.
  612. While use of Large-sized whales as food had become unpopular, dolphin was considered as food until recently.
  613. While using technical terms, some are sentimental and abstract, and 'untrue, dramatic, and misleading,' which we have to be careful of.
  614. While usual shide strips are made from white paper, those to be clipped into to gohei can be five-color paper, gold foil or silver foil in addition to white paper.
  615. While visiting China frequently over the 30 years, he collected many beautiful calligraphic works and paintings as well as books.
  616. While visiting Kyushu to study, he made researches by reproducing calligraphic works and paintings in the periods of Yuan Dynasty and Ming Dynasty of China, and established his own painting style.
  617. While visiting Kyushu to study, he practiced paintings at Kangien of Tanso HIROSE in Oita, and received instructions on shoho (calligraphy) of Shikunshi (four plants with high virtue) and so on from Chen Yizhou (Chin Isshu), a Chinese painter of Qing Dynasty, in Nagasaki.
  618. While waiting for Moriyama and Hirotsu to return to Busan, Yoshioka was not allowed to go outside the Wakan.
  619. While waiting for arrival and landing of their enemy, they entered into a mountain in Nose district (Osaka Prefecture) and held 'Ukeigari' (prayers for fortune-telling) to augur their victory or defeat in the coming battle.
  620. While waiting, neighbors would chat, thus giving rise to the expression "idobata-kaigi (literally, a meeting beside a well)."
  621. While wandering around Niigata Prefecture and serving apprenticeships in sake brewers, he showed his great performance in amateur sumo, in 1877, his skill caught the attention of Uragoro TAKASAGO (the first) who were on regional tours (jyungyo) leading "Takasago kaiseigumi", and ODATE joined the stable.
  622. While warriors and powerful Court Nobles of the Southern Court often accompanied Prince Godaigo when he went to the provinces, Imperial Prince Kanenaga was accompanied by low-ranking governmental officials responsible for practical works including Yorimoto when he went to the provinces.
  623. While we can find that Hisamichi KONOE received information from persons of various statuses such as busho including parties of the war and their vassals, and priests, Takayasu WASHIO had just heard rumors in the court noble's society and was "horrified."
  624. While we refer to them all as shibai-jaya, there were a large variety of tea rooms of all sizes.
  625. While wearers were taking part in an outdoor activity, for example, on an imperial visit, its hem was put behind the sekitai, a leather belt, so that it would not hinder them from moving.
  626. While wearing those hairstyles, young girls had their eyebrows shaved.
  627. While western Japan can be perceived as the world of keyhole-shaped mounds, eastern Japan as the world of square front, square back tomb mounds.
  628. While white coffee was at its height, less-expensive, and strongly-harsh 'Coffee tree Robsta' heavily roasted was used to bring out the bitterness and roasting aroma which prevents milk from removing the flavor of coffee.
  629. While wind is indispensable for rice farming, a violent wind such as typhoon causes serious damage to people.
  630. While with acquaintances, his steed tired and he dropped back, and priests were hiding in the fields and fired an overwhelming barrage of arrows whereupon, Yoshitaka, flailing his long sword, made after them, but the mountain road was rough there was no place for his horse to run.
  631. While women of samurai families carved their family crest on it, carving the family crest of their beloved person prevailed among geisha during the late Edo period.
  632. While wooden doors and akari-shoji are made by a workman for doors, fusuma is not included as doors generally, made with pasting paper several times by kyo-ji and hyogu-shi.
  633. While working as a Jige official of Kurodo tokoro no shu (officials of the Court) and Kaminouza, he served as a kitchen staff for the Kajuji family.
  634. While working as a broker, he studied sewing pouches and started to produce shifuku for tea containers with the support of the sixth grand master of Omote Senke, Kakukakusai.
  635. While working as a guard for Innomiya (Imperial Prince Asahiko), he knew patriots from various provinces and came to be entrusted by senior vassals, such as Tatewaki KOMATSU, a chief retainer (karo).
  636. While working as a middle rank of noble at the provincial governor rank in Kyoto, he worked toward establishment of his power in Mino Province where his grandfather served as the Kokushi (provincial governor).
  637. While working as a teacher, she continued supporting female students by fostering them in her house, and in 1894, she began teaching at Meiji Girls' School.
  638. While working as his father's assistant, he had differing opinions from him.
  639. While working as interpreter, he learned surgery both from doctors working at the Dutch trading house and from surgery textbooks in Dutch.
  640. While working as the head of the Renpeikan dojo, Kogoro was greatly inspired by Matthew Perry's second visit to Japan (in 1854).
  641. While working for peace in Izu, Soun was active as a war lord for the Imagawa clan, commanding the Imagawa forces during the invasion of Totomi and conquering land as far as the Chuen area.
  642. While working for the Kamakura bakufu, he had kept the official government post in the Imperial court of retired Emperor Gotoba and reported the bakufu's insider information when he went to the capital Kyoto as a 'double agent.'
  643. While working hard to manage the government of Echigo from that time on, he also strived to reconcile the Uesugi clan and the bakufu with Koga kubo, acting as an intermediary in peace negotiations which started in 1481 between the two parties.
  644. While working to establish the army, Omura was attacked by an assassin at an inn in Kyoto on October 8, 1869 and badly injured.
  645. While writing the sequel, upon request by the monk of Kanei-ji Temple, Tadahiko had the rough draft turned into typographical printing at the same temple, and the printed copy was given to Emperor Ninko through Imperial Prince Tsunahito.
  646. While writing, he suffered from nervous breakdown and stomach trouble.
  647. While yet at an early age, he studied at Tenshinro, the private school of Genpaku SUGITA, and then entered Shirando, the private school of Gentaku OTSUKI who was a pupil of Genpaku, and he was called the head of Shirando Big Four.
  648. While young, Hisashige already exercised his talent in invention, and showed new devices of popular string puppets one after another in festivals of Gokoku-jinja Shrine in Kurume (Torihoka Town, Kurume City), which earned him enormous popularity.
  649. While yusoku kojitsu originated from government-regulated books on rites, nobility recorded yusoku kojitsu in their diaries and their descendants collected ancestral diaries to compile yusoku kojitsu.
  650. While 上生信仰 is a wish to be relieved again at Tosotsuten of Miroku Bosatsu, 下生信仰 is the faith that we have to be ready for Miroku Bosatsu's appearance 'at present' rather than 5670 million years in the future.
  651. While 侯 was excited saying `revenge, revenge,' he noticed Kikaku and Onui were there, and apologized to them by saying `I was wrong,'
  652. While, "Kurutta Kajitsu" starring Yujiro ISHIHARA had been known as a masterpiece since the old days, "Getsuyobi no Yuka," which was very photogenic, was also one of the most famous films of Nakahira recognized by many young audiences today.
  653. While, a lord of small manor could not get stable harvesting and were often bothered by insect damage such as locusts and maize weevils, as well as by natural disasters such as wind or storm damage, flood disaster, and cold weather damage.
  654. While, he won a victory from the Ashikaga side in the Battle of Aonogahara in Mino Province (Ogaki City, Gifu Prefecture), he abandoned his Kyo campaign due to dwindling force numbers and sheer exhaustion, and departed for Ise.
  655. While, in 554 of Westerm Wei, after this area was in occupation of Pei-Dynasty, it was renamed Xianzhou, because two Yong Zhou could not exist in the same Pei-Dynasty.
  656. While, in general, tea has various positive effects such as the elimination of sleepiness, diuretic benefits, etc, especially powdered green tea has the advantage of nutrients that can be directly ingested.
  657. While, the enshrined deity was moved to the house of machi-doshiyori (ward head) by citizens, then enshrined secretly in the back of a shrine for the Ebisu (a god of fishing and commerce), and that is why the Kotoshiro nushi is enshrined together in the present Hokoku-jinja Shrine.
  658. Whilst escaping he sought a meeting with his father Tadazane, but this was declined and he died in despair on board a boat.
  659. Whilst he was a personality of Ming China, in 1571 he was captured and taken prisoner by pirates, taken to the Satsuma region in Japan where Yoshihisa SHIMIZU took a liking to him became a court physician and settled down.
  660. Whilst his martial prowess was outstanding, even as a poet he looked up to Toshinari; in July 1183, when the entire Taira clan fled Kyoto, TAIRA no Tadanori (the outstanding genius Kiyomori's youngest brother) handed over the capital and visited Toshinari's estate.
  661. Whilst in Munich (from March 8, 1886 - April 15, 1887), he studied under Max von Pettenkofer of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit?t.
  662. Whilst it can be said the goshi from Tosa domain were samurai, they suffered from systematic discrimination compared to other domains resulting in a situation where although the upper samurai ranks of Tosa were domain samurai all the same, there was latent confrontation and antagonism.
  663. Whilst the flowers are valued for their aesthetic value, the plums are eaten as Umeboshi (pickled plums), plum liquor, plum vinegar, plum jam, etc.
  664. Whilst the veracity is doubtful, it is said that descendants come from the Egawa clan of the Nitta clan branch that sits at the top of the family tree.
  665. Whilst these classifications were set forth in ritsuryo codes, boasted about and strived for, it's another question altogether whether they were actually realized in the relationship with Tang and the Korean kingdoms.
  666. Whilst they cannot be simply defined as liquor outlets, in general, liquor outlets were integrated merchants active in a range of sectors: the financial industry (acting as money lenders), logistics (forwarders), and communications etc.
  667. Whilst this happened time and again, shin-shu, ai-shu, kanmae-sake and haru-zake ended up not being produced because they depended on unpredictable provision of a brewing permit.
  668. Whilst video-tape was rapidly taking over as the recording medium for other television shows, jidaigeki continued mainly to be shot using motion-picture film, thus establishing a unique status of being more 'movies' than 'dramas.'
  669. Whilst writing the Musashi biography, in the form of appendixes he appended the following brief biographies: #2. Magonojo TERAO Nobumasa, #3. Sanzaemon SHIBATO #4. Tarouemon YOSHIDA as well as his own 'autobiography.'
  670. Whip powdered bark of Machilus thunbergi thoroughly together with the powders of fragrant woods and other perfumes, add hot water and knead.
  671. Whisky with soda, which was called a highball, was also called whisky-hai around this period.
  672. Whistle or Yobikobue
  673. White (Gofun) is made from ground clamshell (calcium carbonate).
  674. White Daruma dolls which are supposed to bring good luck are manufactured there, as well as red Daruma dolls to keep one's family safe and sound and to ward off evil.
  675. White Herons in Lotus Pond, two scrolls, Yuan Dynasty
  676. White House, The Chancellor's Office (Germany).
  677. White House: Must be three years old or older (No unaccompanied children three years old or younger) 300 yen
  678. White Tabi
  679. White and black sesame seeds
  680. White bean jam is used for most of Kurimanju.
  681. White bean paste (kidney beans or white azuki)
  682. White bean paste (white kidney bean or white azuki bean paste), and weak wheat flour are mixed and steamed to which sugar water is added.
  683. White camellia drawn on a red background with gold dust, made with black coated ribs.
  684. White cat
  685. White clouds and a pure-white Rengeza (lotus seat [under Buddha's statue]) attracts attention, and the kirikane patterns remain in a good state.
  686. White dew drops keep falling from pine tree leaves More drops are kept placed onto them
  687. White fish are high in protein and low in fat and, among white fish, pufferfish is known for having even less fat.
  688. White flat braids are used for haori for the most formal case, but round braids and other type braids as well as other color of the braids are acceptable.
  689. White flower of about 3 cm with five petals blooms in the first 10 to 20 days in May on Bengal quince generally used as rootstocks for grafting in Japan which grows to 2 to 4m in height.
  690. White foam that looks like foam ejected from a crab's mouth.
  691. White fusenryo marumon kataji aya in winter
  692. White hiraginu is used for nikyu-jo and below.
  693. White ibis
  694. White is mainly used in Kamigata.
  695. White is the dominant color but red, blue and other colors are also used.
  696. White kamishimo were worn when attending the funeral of another person and therefore not worn when committing seppuku.
  697. White liqueur used to make fruit liquors like plum liqueur is also one of shochu group Ko.
  698. White miso
  699. White miso contains salt at a low concentration and is matured for as short as several months.
  700. White miso contains salt at low concentration, and is sweet because of the sugar in koji.
  701. White molds that grow on old soy-sauce are the same kind as that.
  702. White outlined type indicates the bus stop designated as getting off only.
  703. White rice has had the outer layer removed during the polishing process, so it deteriorates more easily due to oxidation as days go by.
  704. White rice, which was originally eaten for fortunate events (or in ordinary times), has now come to be eaten in unfortunate incidents, while sekihan rice, which was originally eaten in unfortunate cases, has come to be eaten in fortunate cases.
  705. White scallion is preferably used in the Kanto region, while long green onions, wakegi (species of scallion), etc. are used in the Kinki region.
  706. White sesame paste, black sesame paste
  707. White sleeves (of the celestial people) in the Moon Palace change like sleeves of lovely flowers.
  708. White smoke emitted from chimneys, which are patchily painted in red, can be seen.
  709. White snake, snake's cast-off skin (which is said to enable accumulation of wealth when it is put in a wallet)
  710. White sugar has been used as an ingredient only since recently as it was not easy to obtain during the Edo period and wasanbon (refined sugar) sugar is said to have been contributed to the development of wagashi with its unique flavor and the right degree of sweetness.
  711. White sugar is sometimes used to make the syrup to coat karinto.
  712. White tabi are mostly used together with formal attire or on the occasions of celebration or mourning.
  713. White tuff from Mt. Nijo was used to make the coffin.
  714. White, yellow, red, brown and green.
  715. White-Robed Guanyin (Avalokitesvara), Zhenwu
  716. White-tailed sea eagle
  717. White-throated magpie
  718. Whitebait
  719. Whitefish was expensive, so kamaboko was considered a delicacy.
  720. Whiter far than all the stones of Ishiyama - the autumnal wind
  721. Whitewash Fan
  722. Whitewash makes the colors of the pigments stand out better and improves the ability of the ground paper to conceal.
  723. Whitewash: Originally made from lead compounds, but now it is made from shaved clamshell, and exhibits white.
  724. Whitman College
  725. Who Lies Buried There
  726. Who are you!
  727. Who are you,' asked Okuninushi.
  728. Who can recognize its shape.
  729. Who cut down the cut-up of Takecho?'
  730. Who is Ryomen-sukuna?
  731. Who knows the true intention of the appearance of Shakyamuni Buddha in this world.
  732. Who laid to rest the man in Umamichi?'
  733. Who lived for 100 years so far?
  734. Who made the belly bigger of baby-sitter of NANBU ?
  735. Who made you a flustered man?
  736. Who made you go out of here so lightheartedly, leaving the traces of the old days in cogon-grass in the garden.
  737. Who on earth believes them?'
  738. Who opens the Hoonzo, who opens the Hoonzo, who opens the Hoonzo.
  739. Who played the most remarkable role on Kira's side?
  740. Who pushed the man into the gravel pit?'
  741. Who the mother is
  742. Who was buried in it is not yet known.
  743. Who was his mother is unknown.
  744. Who were Buried
  745. Who were Hikan?
  746. Who were buried is unknown and opinions are divided.
  747. Who were the Genji Shoguns?
  748. Who were the executioners?
  749. Who would not lament the destruction of our temple?
  750. Who wrote it and when
  751. Whoever he was, according to legend he came to know Shuten Doji and agreed to go to Kyoto together.
  752. Whoever the customer was, he requested drawing fees, and was widely known as 'beggar Gessen.'
  753. Whoever the observer may be (even an scientist), recognition is a process related to psychology and cranial nerve and there are some issues involved as shown below.
  754. Whole Program (by the Hosho School)
  755. Whole Tokaido Main Line went into service.
  756. Whole contents of the Aomatsuba Incident
  757. Whole fish with innards left intact are dried by the namaboshi method.
  758. Whole iwaawa rises.
  759. Whole of University
  760. Whole sentences of Hakuin Zenji Zazenwasan
  761. Wholesale merchants increased in number during this period and their profits equalized, resulting areas in which a great quantity of smuggled goods entered the black market.
  762. Wholesale, retail, manufacturing, construction
  763. Whomever you will remarry, I will not object to that and will not retract my word.
  764. Whose hair style was popular during the period of the Tang Dynasty, apparently a typical example of a beautiful woman at that time.
  765. Whose wife it Tonami and what her husband Genzo's position?'
  766. Why Daruma dolls are red.
  767. Why Mitsuhide did not announce his relation with the Imperial Court or the emperor?
  768. Why are they like that?'
  769. Why did I give my heart to miru (a trough shell) on the foreshore even though I am a fisherman who takes alga by diving in offshore? (Gosen Wakashu 1099)
  770. Why did Japanese come to Korea by the steamboat and why do they put on western style clothes?'
  771. Why did my heart become so shameless and attached to the flowers during spring? (Shui Wakashu 404).
  772. Why do you stop this Goriki?'
  773. Why does my peer who eats from the same bowl with me give orders?'
  774. Why does the court take the Taira family side?'
  775. Why don't Kuranosuke OISHI and other roshi (masterless samurai) launch a raid ? 侯, who secretly supported Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of Ako domain), wondered.
  776. Why don't nightingales come out of their shells and hesitate to sing even though the spring wind is blowing to melt the ice?
  777. Why don't you take the joyful way?'
  778. Why is it that my heart is troubled by the transience of cherry blossoms that I always knew full well?; I wish that I could stay calm for a while as I watch them falling.
  779. Why it did not do good at it's first performance is unknown.
  780. Why jujutsu has become to have such a tendency to exclude atemi-waza is examined below.
  781. Why must a nun live alone in a world that is so full of sadness.
  782. Why on earth do you think you think you are given the authority to say such dirty words?"
  783. Why should I not receive salvation by Amida Buddha after death just because I cannot see a saint?
  784. Why summon gokenin to gather.'
  785. Why the Sagano area?' (Kirihara Shoten, 1981)
  786. Why was he falsely accused?
  787. Why was such an obviously reckless decision made?
  788. Why?
  789. Wide Implementation of New Education about Immediate Cardiac Life Support
  790. Wide Udon noodles called 'Himokawa' count among Kiryu Udon.
  791. Wide gable boards were often painted with plaster or black lacquer and feature ornamental features called 'gegyo.'
  792. Wide range of literary activities and human relationships.
  793. Wide shoulder width and narrow sleeve width: From the latter half of Muromachi period to the early Edo period, silk Wafuku with sleeves in a shape slightly different from that of the conventional sleeves became popular among rich citizens.
  794. Wide-spread dissemination of "Bankoku Koho"
  795. Widely known as a media personality, Beicho held a number of his solo and family shows.
  796. Widely known as a railroad fanatic, he was so adored by railroad-related people and fanatics that he was often invited as a guest at the ribbon-cutting ceremonies of commemorative events such as the debuts of new-model cars and the launches of railroad companies' new lines.
  797. Widely known as the Aku-safu ("evil" Minister of the Left) and Uji-sadaijin (Minister of the Left).
  798. Widely used by people and for religious rituals before and after the Gregorian reform, the Mongolian traditional calendar which is a modified version of the Kalacakra calendar that originated in India is recognized as similar in function to the old calendars in other countries.
  799. Widely-accepted theory in the present Japanese historical community is that Keitai was enthroned with the approval of central ruling families, while the question of his origin as the fifth generation descendant of Emperor Ojin remains unsolved.
  800. Wider feet can give the body more stability.
  801. Widespread and well-established in each region, it ranges from simple pilgrimage for the purpose of avoiding bad luck to a community-wide celebration.
  802. Widespread stories that talismans would fall from heaven probably derived from the tale of the falling down talismans that triggered the okagemairi pilgrimage.
  803. Widows of Imperial Princes and Princes retained their ranks after the deaths of their husbands.
  804. Width of set out cards cannot exceed 87cm.
  805. Width: 22.0 meters
  806. Width: Two lanes each on the inbound and outbound lanes
  807. Wielding authorities such as the authority to collect half of the nengu as well as the authority to collect tan-sen, shugo gradually encroached upon shoen and territories governed by kokuga (provincial government office) within their territories.
  808. Wielding his white sword, he burst through the tight encirclement, harried the enemy left and right, and repeatedly shot the enemy's leader with large-headed arrows.
  809. Wiener maki (sausage wrapped with fried fish cake)
  810. Wife
  811. Wife : Kamitsukenu clan
  812. Wife : Masako (the oldest daughter of feudal retainer of Satsuma, Sukehachiro KAWAKAMI)
  813. Wife : Takako FUSE
  814. Wife and children
  815. Wife is the daughter of Yoshisada NITTA.
  816. Wife of Iekiyo MATSUDAIRA
  817. Wife of Kagemochi YAMAOKA
  818. Wife of Kuhyodo Hitoami ISOGAI (real name: Waka) is famous as a professional performer of Chanoyu (the tea ceremony) of Sekishu school in the name of Sowa ISOGAI (1854 - 1940).
  819. Wife of Kuranosuke OISHI
  820. Wife of Narimasa's nephew Seizo SASSA, second wife of Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) Nobufusa TAKATSUKASA
  821. Wife of Narimasa's vassal Gorobe MATSUBARA
  822. Wife of Narimasa's vassal Ujioki JINBO
  823. Wife of Nobunaga's seventh son, Nobutaka ODA
  824. Wife of Tadamasa MATSUDAIRA (later remarried Tadayoshi MATSUDAIRA (Sakurai MATSUDAIRA family) (real brother Tadamasa) Masanao HOSHINA)
  825. Wife of Yasube HORIBE
  826. Wife of Yasunaga MATSUDAIRA
  827. Wife of the 9th Sotetsu
  828. Wife was daughter of Shigetoki HOJO.
  829. Wife: A daughter of Mitsusuke YANADA?
  830. Wife: Chiyoko (eldest daughter of the former Lord of Bungo-Saiki Domain, Viscount Takanori MORI)
  831. Wife: Futaji Hime (布多遅比売, the daughter of Otamuwake, who was an ancestor of the governor of Chikatsu-Omi.)
  832. Wife: Futaji no Iri Hime no Hime Miko (両道入姫皇女, the princess of Emperor Suinin.)
  833. Wife: Haruko (daughter of Tsutomu WATANABE, a feudal retainer of Shinshu-Matsumoto Domain)
  834. Wife: Kibi no Anato no Take Hime (吉備穴戸武媛, the daughter of KIBI no Takehiko)
  835. Wife: Koshi SHIBUKAWA
  836. Wife: Mikako ICHIJO (name changed to Mikako after the Meiji Restoration) (daughter of Kinhisa IMADEGAWA, adopted daughter of Tadaka ICHIJO, July 19, 1835 - July 9, 1894
  837. Wife: Mimi Motoji (also known as Mimimono Toji) (a daughter of FUJIWARA no Kamatari).
  838. Wife: Miyo (the eldest daughter of Jiro IIDA, an entrepreneur and the founder of Takashimaya Co., Ltd., in Kyoto Prefecture)
  839. Wife: Name is unknown (daughter of Junko TSUTSUI).
  840. Wife: Nariko HINO (daughter of Tokimitsu HINO)
  841. Wife: OTOMO no Sakanoue no Iratsume
  842. Wife: Oto Tachibana Hime (弟橘媛, the daughter of Sukune OSHIYAMA of the Hozumi clan.)
  843. Wife: Princess of the Prince Sadanaru Toshiko (a daughter of Arisugawa no Miya Imperial Prince Takahito), nyobo (court ladies) Chiyoko KONO, and nyobo Naetsuko MASUYAMA.
  844. Wife: Toko AKAHASHI
  845. Wife: Toshiko HIGASHIKUNI
  846. Wife: Yamanobe no Himemiko
  847. Wife: Yamashiro no Kukuma Mori Hime (山代之玖玖麻毛理比売)
  848. Wife: Yasuko HINO (daughter of Sukeyasu HINO)
  849. Wife: the daughter of Iyo MATSUMOTO (also known as MATSUMOTO written in different kanji)
  850. Wife: the wife of Imperial Prince Hirotsune, Imperial Princess Ikuko
  851. Wigeon
  852. Wikimapia Satellite imagery
  853. Wikipedia WikiProject Community Broadcasting
  854. Wikipedia WikiProject broadcast program
  855. Wikipedia WikiProject broadcasting office
  856. Wikipedia WikiProject cable TV network
  857. Wikipedia WikiProject teledrama
  858. Wild Goose in Reeds, 6 scenes
  859. Wild boar
  860. Wild boars were no longer used on 10-yen notes issued after 1915 but those featuring a portrait of WAKE no Kiyomaro were long since colloquially referred to as 'Inoshishi.'
  861. Wild chrysanthemums collected from various places in Japan are displayed near the red pine forest.
  862. Wild deity of the three treasures stone pagoda (inscribed with the year 1498)
  863. Wilhelm BOECKMANN (German)
  864. Will -> Kaya Government Office -> Kaya Day-care Center Front -> Kayaoku Jubangumi
  865. Will Takeda win?
  866. Will Uesugi win?
  867. Will and Testament of Emperor Hanazono dated the 6th day of the 8th month of the 4th year of the Kemmu era (1337) - Addressed to Kozen Daito-kokushi
  868. Will and testament of Emperor Go-Nara (9th day of the 8th month 1557, addressed to Myoshin-ji Temple hojo)
  869. Will and testament of Emperor Hanazono (22nd day of the 7th month 1347, addressed to monk Kanzan)
  870. Will the wind of today, the first day of spring, melt down the frozen water that made my sleeves wet when I scooped? (Kokin 2)
  871. Willem Huyssen van KATTENDIJKE (Dutch)
  872. William Edward AYRTON (British, 1847 - 1908)
  873. William GOWLAND (British)
  874. William K BURTON
  875. William Martin and translation
  876. William Merrell Vories
  877. William Penn BROOKS (American)
  878. William Smith CLARK (American)
  879. Williams College
  880. Willie Francis (born in 1929) of the United States of America was a condemned who failed the execution (resuscitation after an execution) after WWII.
  881. Willow leaves falling/water in the brook drying up/stones everywhere
  882. Wind God and Thunder God Screens ("Fujin Raijin-zu")
  883. Wind God and Thunder God Screens ("Fujin Raijin-zu") is the folding screen painting of the wind god and thunder god.
  884. Wind and Waves (Nomura Art Museum) Important Cultural Property
  885. Wind bells are wind-chime-like objects that hang from the eaves of the five-storey pagoda.
  886. Wind instrument music played by Maizuru citizens
  887. Wind instruments
  888. Wind instruments.
  889. Wind-instrument music
  890. Winding road
  891. Windows are manned only during certain hours of the day, usually from a little before noon till evening.
  892. Winds and Percussions Course
  893. Wine bottle
  894. Wing Liner (Kintetsu Bus/Kokusai Juo)
  895. Wings Kyoto
  896. Winners are basically decided for each section, but there are also special prizes, such as the 'Kyoen Sodefure! Award', which are given to winners selected across the four sections.
  897. Winners didn't receive all of the prize money, if a winner got tsukitome 1000 ryo, he gave 100 ryo to the distributer as a repair fee and 100 ryo to ticket seller and also was taken 40 ? 50 ryo as miscellaneous expense, so the rest was about 700 ryo.
  898. Winners of the Student Music Contest can get prize money and also backup support from GIZA studio in making a major debut.
  899. Winning Yoritomo's confidence, Zenjo was rewarded with Nagao-ji Temple in Musashi Province (the present Myoraku-ji Temple in Tama-ku Ward, Kawasaki City) and married Awa no Tsubone (a daughter of Tokimasa HOJO) who was a younger sister of Masako HOJO, Yoritomo's wife.
  900. Winning in the "Joint-meeting Noh" was directly connected to the worldly success of the theatre.
  901. Winning moves
  902. Winning the confidence of bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), he was appointed to the important post of vice-shogun.
  903. Winning the full confidence of Tadazane, he is also known to have played a key role in Kuyo (services held for the deceased) at Mi-do Hall of Uji Joraku-in Temple, in Issaikyoe at Uji Byodo-in Temple, and in the funeral of Kayano-in FUJIWARA no Taishi, a daughter of Tadazane.
  904. Winning two consecutive battles in Masaki on October 17, and in 池戸 on November 12, he managed to bring Toshinaga SAITO and Yoritake TOKI back to Mino Province.
  905. Winter
  906. Winter Festivals
  907. Winter Kumiko
  908. Winter Poetry
  909. Winter and snow
  910. Winter festivals are the festivals celebrated during the winter
  911. Winter festivals have both the elements of the harvest festival that autumn festivals have and the elements of the Kinen-sai festival (prayer service for a good crop) that spring festivals have.
  912. Winter festivals often indicate the festivals celebrated during the three months (November, December and January) from ritto (the first day of winter in the Japanese calendar) through risshun (the first day of spring in the Japanese calendar).
  913. Winter melon paste
  914. Winter of 1519
  915. Winter solstice (December 22)
  916. Winter solstice on December 22
  917. Winter vacation
  918. Winter: Kitamado (literally, 'the north window')
  919. Wireless system
  920. Wisdom
  921. Wise saying
  922. Wished for marriage with her lover, Okinu murdered her husband Kinpei KOBAYAHI, who was a serious barrier to her wish, with a rat poison.
  923. Wishing their children's sound growth, people started to hang from an umbrella hand-made items believed to bring good luck.
  924. Wishing to know his name, a toad sends for Kuebiko, who is believed to know everything about the world, but is told that Kuebiko was unable to walk.
  925. Wishing to recall Kido and Itagaki to the Meiji government, Toshimichi OKUBO and Kaoru INOUE invited them to the Osaka conference in August 1875.
  926. Wishing to revive Jingo-ji Temple, where priests were absolutely corrupt, Mongaku presented a direct petition to Emperor Goshirakawa, which resulted in Mongaku being exiled to Izu Province, which was the feudal domain of MINAMOTO no Yorimasa of Settsu-Genji (Minamoto clan), the head of the Watanabe party.
  927. Wisteria flowers that planted by Atsutane are blooming in the precincts.
  928. Witch's broom disease
  929. Witch's broom disease will strike when the cherry tree is infected by Taphrina wiesneri, an ascomycete with a form of saccharomycete, and at the top part of the tree twigs gather up and make what is called a 'nest of tengu' (nest of long-nosed goblin, or a witch's broom).
  930. With "Shikasandenho Daiich" being at the beginning of the book, the explanation starts with the procedures of divination.
  931. With 'Those who cherish bad friends cannot escape the fate of being branded as a bad person,' my heart and determination lie in the refusal of bad friends,' he says that Japan should promote modernization by cutting ties with bad friends in East Asia.
  932. With '贈 (posthumously conferred)' added, it's obvious that Osumi was deceased at that time, and it is presumable that the date of his death had been between 701 and 716 since the rank of Jugoinojo was used in and after 701.
  933. With 100 cannons aboard the squadron, Perry and his soldiers began to survey Edo Bay while readying themselves for action.
  934. With 12 characters written in the seven-and-five-syllable meter as one paragraph, the poem is chanted in an eight-beat rhythm.
  935. With 16,577 tumulses, Hyogo Prefecture has the largest number of kofun in Japan.
  936. With 78 poems included in the "Manyoshu," Yamanoue no Okura is one of the most prominent poets of the Nara Period together with OTOMO no Yakamochi, KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro and YAMABE no Akahito.
  937. With Amaterasu coming forth, light returned to Takamagahara and Ashihara no Nakatsukuni.
  938. With Aoki's recommendation, some people succeeded by specializing in the areas of forest industry, paper manufacturing, beer brewing and manufacturing carpets (thick woolen carpets).
  939. With Buddhism introduced into the western regions of China as well as China after A.D, Buddhist monks began presiding over rituals such as prayers and funerals among people and tools which were used in such rituals were developed.
  940. With Chinese characters having been brought to Japan, efforts to record Japanese language with Chinese characters started, and the orthography changed with the times.
  941. With Emperor Ichijo's enthronement, the FUJIWARA clan was in its prime under the supervision of Michitaka, Michinaga's brother; meanwhile, the Heian culture flourished with Seishonagon (who served Empress Teishi) and Murasakishikibu and Izumishikibu, both of whom served Chugu Shoshi.
  942. With Emperor Kammu's order, Tanetsugu visited Nagaoka along with FUJIWARA no Oguromaro, SAEKI no Imaemishi, KI no Funamori, ONAKATOMI no Kooyu, SAKANOUE no Karitamaro and in the same year he was appointed the Zogushi (Palace construction officer) in Nagaokakyo (the ancient capital of Nagaoka).
  943. With Emperor Meiji's accession to the throne, as part of their effort to build a national government centered around the emperor, the new government renamed Edo to Tokyo where the emperor visited to proclaim that city to be the new political center of Japan (See Tokyo Tento (transfer of the national capital to Tokyo)).
  944. With Esoteric Buddhism, which had been prevalent in India, introduced into China and Tibet in the 7th century, special Buddhist altar fittings such as Vajra and mandala came into use.
  945. With Fukuzawa's recommendation, he was adopted into the Furukawa family, a retainer of the Edo bakufu (the Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and he changed his name to Setsuzo FURUKAWA.
  946. With Ganjin being stopped starting on a voyage by them, his fourth attempt to reach Japan was aborted, too.
  947. With Germany's decision to participate in the intervention in Japan, Russia, which was afraid of the power of Germany, a neighbor in the west, could focus more on its eastern rival, Japan.
  948. With Goshirakawa's proclamation of his aim to protect Narichika, the situation was threatening to degenerate into open conflict, and Kiyomori called Yorimori and Shigemori to Fukuhara and asked them to report situations.
  949. With Gu BAN's "Hanshu" (The Book of Han), a history book about the former Han dynasty that was a successor to the Shiji, histories written in biographical annal format that also demarcated historical eras by dynastic change (what are called "dynastic histories") grew in popularity.
  950. With Hanseki Hokan (the return of land and population to rule by the Emperor) on August 1, 1869, Naochika became governor of Kujira Domain, and the domain was abolished along with others in Haihan-chiken (abolition of domains and establishment of prefectures) on August 29, 1871.
  951. With Harunobu, she successively gave birth to three sons and two daughters as follows: Yoshinobu, Obaiin, Nobuchika, Nobuyuki, and Kenshoin.
  952. With Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's construction of Fushimi-jo Castle, Uji-gawa River underwent modifications: A road was built to connect Fushimi-juku (Kyo-kaido Road) with Mukojima (Kyoto Prefecture) on the other side of the river, crossing the river over Ogura-zutsumi bank and it was named Yamato-kaido Road.
  953. With Hideyoshi aiming for Higo and his brother Hidenaga TOYOTOMI aiming for Hyuga, Toyotomi's army advanced with an overwhelming amount of material and samurai, over 200,000 people in total.
  954. With Hideyoshi having taken the position of Kanpaku in July 1585, Kiyomasa was raised to Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) and appointed Kazue no kami (the head of budget bureau).
  955. With Higashiyama High School nearby, many students use the station.
  956. With Hoi County as the main battle field, he fought with the Imagawa clan that delayed in taking actions for Mikawa Province, and then by 1566, he conquered the eastern Mikawa area and the Oku-Mikawa area (the northern part of Mikawa Province), unifying Mikawa Province.
  957. With Hyakusen and Buson who made Nanga which was Chinese minded and Haikai which was Japanese taste compatible at the same time, Haiga which was a mix of Chinese and Japanese classics emerged.
  958. With Ietsuna's as a precedent, all subsequent appointments (except for Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA) were conducted in Edo rather than Kyoto.
  959. With Imperial Princess Masako, he had Prince Tsuneyoshi and Princess Ayako, who became the wife of Count Tsunemitsu SANO.
  960. With Issunboshi, a book from the collection of 24 volumes of "Nihon Mukashibanashi" (Old Tales of Japan) authored by Sazanami IWAYA (introduced in 1896), which were children's books during the Meiji period, the Sazanami-style Issunboshi became established.
  961. With Izumizaki Yokoana cave graves also existing in an approx. 5 km north of the Shimousazuka tumulus, it is considered that the area of the Shirakawa Funada/Motonuma remains group was the center of the Shirakawa region in ancient times.
  962. With Japan being mountainous, the ground tends to be less solid than that of other countries.
  963. With Joshin, the second tea master, serving as a sado (a person in charge of the tea ceremony) for Kaninnomiya (one of the Imperial families), the relationship with court nobles had deepened since then, but after the death of the third head, Yuri, the premature death of the following heir Reiza caused the extinction of the Omori family line.
  964. With Kageie KAKIZAKI, a bold military commander, as the spearhead, Masatora's forces attacked Takeda's forces in the battle formation of "Kuruma-gakarino-jin" (in which soldiers were placed in the formation like spokes of a wheel, and made attacks successively).
  965. With Kaneyoshi ICHIJO, Sanetaka maintained and developed the culture of the nobles such as waka poem and received Kokin denju (the secret transmissions of the "Kokinshu," Anthology of Old and New Japanese Poems) from Sogi.
  966. With Kojuro, Ryohei OKADA, Kitokuro ICHIKI, Banji SHINBO, Naohiko (Masahiko) MASAKI, and Bimyo YAMADA among others made efforts to publish 'Iratsume.'
  967. With Koryu-ji Temple located immediately northwest of this station, the sight of a tram running on the tramway laid on the road in front of the two-story gate is a highlight of riding a tram on the (Randen) line of the Keifuku Electric Railroad.
  968. With Kukai criticizing it along with Taoism in "Sango ishiki," the prosperity of Buddhism was one of the causes for the decline of Ritsuryo Ju-kyo.
  969. With Kume-no-sennin's powers, all the lumber on the mountain shot into the air one by one and flew to the new capital.
  970. With Lee Wan-Yong's cooperation, Gojong was half-compelled to abdicate from the crown on July 20th, and Sunjong (Korean King) acceded to the throne of the second emperor of the Korean Empire.
  971. With MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo for her father and Yura gozen, his lawful wife, for her mother, she was a sister of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo who established the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  972. With Maizuru-ko Port designated as an important port/harbor, many ships from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) used this port before economic sanctions were enforced.
  973. With Masamune gaining power, Motonobu had dreams of a shogunate lead by Date and prepared a 'constitution' with Articles to be used when Masamune grasped power.
  974. With Masuko, he had Toshikazu OKUBO, the first son; Nobuaki MAKINO, the second son; Toshitake OKUBO, the third son; Okuma ISHIHARA, the fifth son; and Yoshiko, the eldest daughter.
  975. With Michiari being only Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), Ukone no daisho at his death, there was a little hope for Arifusa's career advancement.
  976. With Mino County producing cotton, the Takagi-Hitotsuyanagi clan issued paper money in the form of stamps for cotton.
  977. With Mitsuzaki Kengyo's multifaceted experiments, koto music gradually left jiuta shamisen to start its unique development after one and a half centuries.
  978. With Myoon Ajari Nichigyo, one of nine old priests who studied under Nichiro (a pupil of Nichiren shonin (founder of the Nichiren sect)), being its kaiki (the patron of a temple at its founding), this temple was founded in 1340.
  979. With Nijo-jo Castle as the Ogosho (Ieyasu) headquarters Ieyasu made a move toward Osaka from Nijo-jo Castle following Shogun Hidetada's army that departed from Fushimi-jo Castle.
  980. With Nobunaga's sanshoku-suinin-mondai of a few years back in mind, Harusue at this point recommended that Hideyoshi assume the position of Kanpaku.
  981. With Platform 2 and 3 provided on the same plane, one can easily change from an outbound train on the main line to a train on Uji Line and vice versa; moreover, trains with up to eight cars can stop on Platform 1 and 2 and those with up to five cars can stop on Platform 3 and 4.
  982. With Ponzu sauce (juice pressed from bitter oranges), for nabe dishes, tempura, saute, broth, and miso soup.
  983. With Ryoma SAKAMOTO of the Tosa clan acting as an intermediary, the Satsuma and Choshu clans reconciled and concluded a secret agreement for tobaku.
  984. With Sanetomo's sudden death, responsibility for ruling at Kamakura fell to Masako HOJO, Yoritomo's legal wife, and to her younger brother Yoshitoki HOJO, regent to the Shogun, who advised her.
  985. With Sanosuke HARADA, he received 25 Ryo (currency unit) for Fushimi purveyor on December 12 of the same year, the day before Isami KONDO was shot.
  986. With Settsu-Genji (Minamoto clan), Omi-Genji (Minamoto clan) and Mino-Genji (the Minamoto clan) rallying around, Goshirakawa thought that he had an overwhelming advantage and gave Yoshinaka an ultimatum.
  987. With Shinbei TANAKA of Satsuma Province, he was referred to as 'Hitokiri Izo' and was feared.
  988. With Shinran, she had seven children, four of them were boys and three of them were girls (Hani <Inshin> Koguro nyobo, Zenran, Myoshin <Shinrenbo KURISAWA>, Arifusa <Masukata Taifu Nyudo>, Koya zenni and Kakushinni).
  989. With Spain having developed Pacific Ocean shipping routes via the American continent, Spanish ships came to visit Japan following Portugal with their operation center located at Manila in Luzon.
  990. With Tadayoshi's approval, Takauji established a base in Kamakura and began to allot lands to his followers, ignoring the emperor's command to return to Kyoto, and he tried to establish his own samurai government.
  991. With Takakamo-jinja Shrine (Takakamo-sha) and Kamotsuba-jinja Shrine (Shimokamo-sha), it is called 'Nakakamo-sha.'
  992. With Tenryu-ji Temple to the east, and Okochi Sanso Villa to the north, this park is included on the Sagano sightseeing route.
  993. With Toei Films bearing the remodeling cost of around 1 million yen, work to remake it into Osaka-jo Castle continues within the year.
  994. With Tokinobu, this lady gave birth to Tokitada, Tokiko, and the wife of FUJIWARA no Chikataka.
  995. With Unkei, Kaikei was involved in the rebuilding project of major temples in Nara, including Todai-ji Temple and Koufuku-ji Temple, which had sustained devastating damage when TAIRA no Shigehira ordered the burning of the city in 1180.
  996. With Western ironsmith techniques introduced, this big project, which totaled to 720,000 yen in the end, took seven years to finish.
  997. With Yokobue becoming unforgettable from that night, Tokiyori decided to send a letter to Yokobue to confess his love for her.
  998. With Yoshikage riding on a horseback, they fussed around as genin (servants who served their masters as slaves) abandoned their master and children abandoned their parents, and they raced to get away.'
  999. With Yoshikata ROKKAKU's help, Yoshiteru temporarily overwhelmed Nagayoshi (chokei), but Nagayoshi's (chokei's) younger brother Yoshikata MIYOSHI fiercely attacked Yoshiteru's army, so Yoshiteru was driven out of Kyoto losing Yoshikata ROKKAKU's support.
  1000. With Yoshikatsu ASHIKAGA, the son of Yoshinori, becoming the 7th shogun and the AKAMATSU Clan defeated, Mochiyuki stepped down from the Kanrei position and was replaced by Mochikuni.

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