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  1. With top stars leaving the company in rapid succession, Daiei began to lose its movie-going fan base.
  2. With toshi such as "Sodoshu" being compiled, however, it became necessary to unite Zen monks together as an exclusive group.
  3. With totan ochi, a signature phrase concludes the story.
  4. With transportation amount decreased after the War, it was seldom used because of problems like track damage and fuel cost, and it was sold in 1950 to Befu Railway.
  5. With two pairs of arms he held swords, a bow and an arrow.
  6. With two stories underground, the ticket gate and concourse are provided on the first basement level and the platform on the second basement level.
  7. With unrest spreading over the ruling system of the bakufu in the period of the Onin War to the Meio Coup in the late 15th century, some shugo-dai and influential kokujin held real power in ruling the territories instead of shugo.
  8. With various distances (the full hallway, the half hallway, or 91 meters) and hours (a whole day and night, or a day) and arrow numbers (limitless, "Seni," or "Hyakui" [One Hundred Shoots]) combined, various events were held.
  9. With various events held there throughout a year, and many people visiting there to enjoy the seasons, it has become a new sightseeing spot in the Kinki region.
  10. With visits of Europeans to Japan also, import and export of gold and silver became popular because of the exchange ratio between gold and silver.
  11. With war looming, Tateno asked Benci BENI, an Italian studying architecture at Kyoto University who was a friend of his, to remodel the private house in order to provide a place where people could talk about ideas and art freely.
  12. With wasabi added, it is also called 'teppo-maki.'
  13. With white as the base color, the body color of the "Raku" buses on Route 100 is russet, that on Route 101 is green, and that on Route 102 is yellow.
  14. With whom can I cut the deutzia blossoming in the deep mountain, so remote that nobody visits?
  15. With your heart and continuous voice, and concentrating in Junen (10 invocations in Buddhism), call Namu Amida Butsu.
  16. With youthful performances, Jukai established a new art that had never been seen in Osaka kabuki.
  17. Withdrawal to Awa Province
  18. Withdrawals from former colonies and demobilization from the front proceeded, and Japanese people were forced to lead a rough life for a while after the war.
  19. Withdrawing from the League of Nations, Japan allied itself with the fascist government of Germany and that of Italy (the alliance of Japan, Germany, and Italy) and entered World War II (the Pacific War/the Greater East Asian War).
  20. Within 10 years after Kinu's execution, Kisen OKAMOTO novelized the affair as "Yoarashi Okinu Hana no Adayume" (1878-1880).
  21. Within Chinese communities, black gunpowder was invented early on, and grenades in which gunpowder was put or primitive manual guns were used became widely available in the 10th century.
  22. Within Gozensata meetings, Bugyonin initially held the position of preparing drafts for judicial decisions called ikenjo (reports submitted by underlings to answer the Shogun's inquiries), but Gozenbugyonin were later personally authorized by the Shogun to participate in Gozensata and state their opinions directly.
  23. Within Ichien Chigyo territories with a temple or shrine as a honjo, there were a number of territories in which the bakufu approved the implementation of hanzei by mistake.
  24. Within Indian mythology as well, tennyo have a form of divine existence and Apsaras are also classified as a kind of tennyo.
  25. Within Japan
  26. Within Japan, Okinawa Prefecture and outside Japan, the Kingdom of Tonga, are especially famous for main production areas.
  27. Within Japan, giboshi using tiles, which are said to have been utilized for Nijo Ohashi Bridge, have been found in the site of the former Heijo-kyo Capital.
  28. Within Japan, it was a time that ethnic consciousness was rising rapidly together with the spread of Kokugaku (study of Japanese literature and culture).
  29. Within Japan, the Imura Art Gallery manages most of his work.
  30. Within Japan, the term gyosei is generally used to refer to waka (poems) composed by the emperor.
  31. Within Jisho-ji Temple, the room called the Togudo Dojinsai was a four and a half tatami mat room; it is in what has been called early shoinzukuri-style, and is a prototypical example of Japanese-style architecture.
  32. Within Jurakudai, houses for Hideyoshi's aides, SEN no Rikyu et al. were built.
  33. Within Kokugaryo (territories governed by provincial government office), developed fields were categorized as Gun, Go, Ho, and Bechimyo.
  34. Within Kyoto City
  35. Within Kyoto City, Uzumasa Station was built in 1989, followed by Emmachi Station in 2000, and demand is being created.
  36. Within Miwa-cho, there are no railway lines, but Miwa-cho is connected to Ayabe Station on the Sanin Main Line of West Japan Railway Company (JR West) by Miwa Town Bus, and to Fukuchiyama Station by JR Bus.
  37. Within Oyakazu, the last record chronicled is that of Masayuki WAKABAYASHI who shot 4,457 arrows through the hallway in 1899.
  38. Within Shinsen-gumi, he always made members follow the rules of Shinsen-gumi and ordered a hara-kiri to the members who broke the rules; it is said that the members feared him.
  39. Within Toyoko Film Company there were some former members of the production staff of the Manchukuo Film Association who had returned from mainland China such as Mitsuo MAKINO and Kanichi NEGISHI.
  40. Within Wakasa Bay, there are some branch bays, such as Tsuruga Bay, Mihama Bay, Obama Bay and Miyazu Bay, and there also exist "Amanohashidate" (one of the three most scenic spots in Japan) and "Kehi no Matsubara" (one of the three most scenic pine groves in Japan).
  41. Within a dialog such a switch of the line of sight effectively conveys to the audience differences between the characters.
  42. Within a month of returning to secular life for Yoshinori, she was legally declared Midaidokoro on March 30, 1428 and the wedding took place on August 11, 1428.
  43. Within a the hierarchy of a grouping of vassals, an individual was given a formal ranking of `goshi`.
  44. Within a two-volume series, the Toshi Kaden contains family histories of the early Fujiwara Clan which were passed down through many generations.
  45. Within about a month after harvesting, the Suguki pickles, turned yellowish brown by lactic fermentation, are ready.
  46. Within approximately 3 years, this soba restaurant became established and, through word of mouth, it gained recognition attracting many returning customers.
  47. Within as little as 2.3 km from this dam are Byodo-in Temple (a World Heritage Site), Uji-bashi Bridge, and Amagase Forest Park.
  48. Within believers, it is also called "Zaike Bukkyo" (the lay devotees' Buddhism) or "Naishinjin" (the inward belief).
  49. Within classical rakugo, stories characterized by their comic content and punchlines called "ochi" or "sage" are categorized as otoshi-banashi.
  50. Within existing Norimune's swords, none with a chrysanthemum inscribed has been confirmed.
  51. Within gundan, platoons (cavalry/infantry) were composed of 50 men, and each platoon was commanded by a taisei (commander of 50 men), two platoons (100 men) were commanded by a ryosochi (commander of 100 men) and four platoons (200 men) were commanded by a koi (commander of 200 men).
  52. Within is housed a statue of Hotei, who is believed to have been an incarnation of Maitreya.
  53. Within one month after the incident, about 1,800 people sent a petition for sparing lives of Kanmuri and others to the prefectural government.
  54. Within one year after Shingen's death, the anti-Nobunaga forces, including ASAI, ASAKURA, and MIYOSHI, were killed by Nobunaga and Shogun Yoshiaki was expelled from Kyoto.
  55. Within one year, the head of the Hosokawa clan (the Keicho family) changed chaotically from Masamoto to Sumiyuki, then to Sumimoto, and then again to Takakuni.
  56. Within only 15 years after Ganjiro I's death, the four leading lights were lost.
  57. Within or outside the area enclosed by walls or nagaya (row houses) were residences called nagaya or koya (small houses) depending on the region, in which followers lived, a central office, and an inner part called the honjin.
  58. Within range of the manor or public land (Go, Ho, etc.) which was a governing unit, sosho (the autonomous village community) and sogo (a village community), which were formed by unifying more than one soson, sometimes appeared.
  59. Within such a short period as only a half year before publishing "Kaitai Shinsho," Naotake ODANO accomplished his first work in Edo which became a monumental work in the history of Japanese arts and sciences.
  60. Within the 'shochikubai' (pine, bamboo and plum trees), 'bamboo' (pronounced as take in Japanese) was not brothers but designated to be Genzo.
  61. Within the Buddhist and Shinto ritual performance plan by Emperor Horikawa, Kuragaki no Sho was part of the manor donated in 1090 to the Kamigamo-sha and Shimogamo-sha Shrines, each receiving an area of 595 hectares.
  62. Within the Council for Cultural Affairs, the subcommittee on cultural assets will hold a discussion meeting to vote for the appropriate designation, after which the Agency for Cultural Affairs will submit to the Minister (of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) an approval application for being an important cultural property.
  63. Within the Diet, Chokunin Councilors - who were mainly scholars - increased their power.
  64. Within the Fukuchiyama Basin
  65. Within the Hongwan-ji Temple religious community at the end of the Ishiyama War, there existed two opinions: the former was an opinion to support peace-making with the hostile Nobunaga ODA, and the latter was an opinion to insist on do-or-die resistance.
  66. Within the Jodo Shinshu sect, Takeko KUJO's anniversary of the death is called Kisaragi-ki.
  67. Within the Kinai region theory, there are theories that point to the lakeside of Lake Biwa and Osaka Prefecture as the capital of Yamatai, but the theory which points to the Makimuku ruins near Mt. Miwa in Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture, as the capital of Yamatai is popular because of the following reasons.
  68. Within the Shingon sect (Tomitsu (eastern esotericism)) especially, it is regarded as the Konpon kyoten (the most important sutra), with the two sutras of Esoteric Buddhism, "Dainichi-kyo" and 'Dainichi-kyo' (Mahavairocana Sutra) together being called 'Ryobu no Taikyo.'
  69. Within the Shinsengumi, with many of its members being expert swordsmen, Genzaburo's skill was inconspicuous; however, he was very aware of his position and performed his duties without fail.
  70. Within the Shinshu sect Otani school whose head temple was Shinshu-honbyo Mausoleum, there was a confrontation between conservatives and reformists over several issues such as differences in the interpretation of doctrine and the direction of the movement, which developed into a theological dispute called Ohigashi-sodo Strife in 1969.
  71. Within the Tendai sect, the realization of "Hokke-shuku" meant the end of the dispute (next year Saicho died (entered nirvana)).
  72. Within the Tendai-shu sect, confrontation between Enryaku-ji Temple (Sanmon school) and Enjo-ji Temple (Jimon school) had continued.
  73. Within the Uji Line the trains made a stop at every station.
  74. Within the anthology, there were 23 writers, including Emperor Heijo, Emperor Saga and Emperor Junna composing a total of 90 poems.
  75. Within the area of about 400 meters from east to west and 300 meters from north to south, there are pit dwelling houses surrounded by double karabori (dry moat), of which the structure is in common with Kannonjiyama Site in Izumi City, Osaka Prefecture.
  76. Within the area of chopstick culture, Japan is considered to be the only country where only chopsticks are used (it is normal to use dippers such as renge (Chinese spoon) and spoons in other regions when eating soup and rice).
  77. Within the bakufu, the post referred to a local governor (Daikan) who controlled a relatively wide extension of government territory.
  78. Within the budget, independent revenue sources such as the municipal inhabitant's tax increased to 54.1%, due to significant increases in fixed property taxes resulting from the start of operations of Kansai Electric Power thermal power plants in 2004.
  79. Within the buildings remain the works of the artists including Jozan ISHIKAWA, Eino of KANO school and Shiko MUNAKATA.
  80. Within the compilation, there are as many as 28 writers, including Emperor Saga and Emperor Junna, and it is said that works by the delegates from the country of Bo Hai, as well as a number of poetesses were also a part of this anthology.
  81. Within the context of Japanese traditional literature and the arts, Matsukaze was meant to describe a desolate, lonely scenery of a seashore.
  82. Within the east of the hon-do is housed reproduction of the painting of the Blue Acala, a designated National Treasure.
  83. Within the field of Chinese-style poems as well, Morotoki received the words of praise in "Imakagami" (The Mirror of the Present), "Morotoki has a good command of poetry and composes them well."
  84. Within the field of kuge kojitsu research, academic standards were raised by Sadamoto NONOMIYA, Kinkazu SHIGENOI, Mitsuyo URAMATSU (Kozen URAMATSU) and others as if they were inspired by Tsuboi.
  85. Within the government, Kowashi INOUE initially opposed the introduction of a peerage system.
  86. Within the government, Masaru INOUE advocated a government-run railway but the government adopted the formation of a network of private railways with the government assistance under the direction of the Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury) Masayoshi MATSUKATA.
  87. Within the hongan with the same name, there is one that regards Sayaka (Kim Chung-seon) who was a Japanese general who surrendered at the Bunroku campaign as the originator, but it is treated as another hongan.
  88. Within the inner area of the temple precincts also stands a Santeiryo (lit. Three Emperor Tomb) which contains some of the ashes of Emperor Tsuchimikado, Emperor Gosaga and Emperor Kameyama.
  89. Within the inner sanctuary are four pillars, in the middle of which stands a palace-shaped miniature shrine housing a wooden statue of the sect founder Honen.
  90. Within the joka, houses were located on both sides of the main route to make it hard to see the castle and made the distance to the castle longer by making many bends in the roads and dead-ends.
  91. Within the moat of the current Horaisan-kofun tumulus, there is a small island in the southeast that is said to be the grave of Tajimamori.
  92. Within the multi-layered structure of Shoen ryoshu, in some cases, both Zaichi Azukaridokoro and Zaikyo Azukaridokoro coexisted, and in such cases, the former was called Chushi, and the latter was called Joshi, after the Geshi (local keeper) which was a low-ranked shokan.
  93. Within the new government at that time, the concern about astronomy or calendars, which was not related directly to 'wealthy nation and strong army' and 'encouragement of new industries', was extremely low.
  94. Within the next two years, Ninsei NONOMURA made the first Mimuro-yaki with a reddish color paint.
  95. Within the palace of the Empress Saimei regnant, in 612 a naturalized citizen from Kudara (one of the three nations in ancient Korea) built a Shumisen and Kure-hashi Bridge on Isonokami no ike (a pond in Isonokami) located south of the Imperial Palace.
  96. Within the parenthesis is pronounced in the way of Kun (the Japanese pronunciation of Chinese character).
  97. Within the party, he belonged to the Kishi faction.
  98. Within the period from approximately two days before joso (a stage to squeeze sake out of moromi) to two hours before, distilled alcohol diluted to approximately thirty percent is added slowly and carefully.
  99. Within the precinct stand Shigure-zakura cherry trees said to have been planted by Shinran himself, and the site is famous for its rhododendrons.
  100. Within the precincts of Jobonrendai-ji Temple in Kita Ward, Kyoto City, there exists the burial mound where MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu is enshrined, where the ghosts of tsuchigumo are said to have haunted; it is said that someone who intended to cut down a tree by the mound died from an unknown disease.
  101. Within the precincts of the temple, there are four tatchu (sub-temple, especially one founded to commemorate the death of a high priest): Hosen-in Temple, Shugen-in Temple, Ichijo-in Temple, and Shitsusen-in Temple).
  102. Within the premises of the station there are automatic ticket machines (while the JR ticket office "Midori-no-madoguchi" and View Plaza are integrated on the same floor), as well as a convenience store (NEWDAYS MINI) and restrooms.
  103. Within the regency family, there were some candidates for Regent and Chancellor that came forward, each candidate sent their daughter to the Imperial Palace to become the Emperor's consort and those daughters had children, there were power struggles, between the regency families, to control Imperial secession.
  104. Within the same Tokyo Metropolitan Prefecture, however, in the Shinagawa Ward area, they shoulder the mikoshi in the distinctive Jonan-katsugi style whereby bearers move the mikoshi to simulate the heave of the sea while crying out 'Choi, choi.'
  105. Within the same category of cooperative dwelling, relatively large-sized and elegant-looking complexes are often called 'mansion.'
  106. Within the same day (October 20), Yoriie was stripped of the shogunship and confined in Shuzen-ji Temple by Ama midai Masako's order and Sanetomo assumed the shogunship.
  107. Within the same day, when they reached the county office of Fuwa County, Owari no kuni no Kuni-no-mikotomochi-no-kami CHIISAKOBE no Muraji Sahichi joined the army of Prince Oama with 20,000 soldiers.
  108. Within the same year, Sengaku produced and made a clean copy of the first annotated textbook, going so far as to adding Shinten (new guiding 'punctuation' marks for rendering Chinese into Japanese) to 152 poems that had been unreadable without the markings.
  109. Within the same year, by the order of Kazunomiya, Fujiko negotiated again with Saneyana about the delay of the military advance to Edo.
  110. Within the same year, he participated in an anatomy at Kozukahara-keijo execution ground, and since the next day, he began to translate the book with Ryotaku MAENO and Genpaku SUGITA.
  111. Within the same year, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and, the following year, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and assumed the position of sangi (royal advisor) and chunagon leaping into the political center all of a sudden.
  112. Within the same year, the Gotanda Toyoko Theatre was reconstructed, a movie theater opened in Shinjuku and Tamagawaen was purchased, increasing the capital to three million yen.
  113. Within the sect he is referred to by the honorary title Koso.
  114. Within the section of the Katano Line, the train stops at every station.
  115. Within the shrine, Vaisravana is enshrined in the center, Saharabhuja is on the right side facing it, and Goho Maoson on the left side, and the three are collectively referred to as "Sonten."
  116. Within the site of the Office stands a stone monument showing the site where his residence once stood.
  117. Within the spread of nenbutsu, there was a desire in believers to try to tangibly perceive the Buddha by chanting the name Nenbutsu, like 'namubutsu' in an original sutra.
  118. Within the station building there is an automatic ticket vending machine that's similar to a vending machine that prints meal coupons; consequently, the tickets produced aren't compatible with the automatic ticket checker at ticket gates.
  119. Within the statue is a wooden board Amitabha-Shushi-Mandala and a wooden a lotus-shaped pedestal that have also been designated National Treasures along with the statue itself.
  120. Within the study of folklore, there is a theory that the legend is a variation on the story of the Swan Maiden, brought to Japan by visitors from overseas, about a marriage between a human and a non-human being.
  121. Within the temple grounds is a place believed to be the remains of the Shigure-tei Teahouse of FUJIWARA no Sadaie (or Teika) who compiled the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu anthology of poetry.
  122. Within the temple grounds remain numerous buildings and gardens representing typical examples of Momoyama period culture, and the precinct has been designated a historic site.
  123. Within the temple grounds there are eight sub-temples (namely, Shinnyoin, Horinin, Daijoin, Zenseiin, Myounin, Honritsuin, Zenritsuin, and Shinjoin).
  124. Within the temple grounds: confederate roses (Hibiscus mutabilis), rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus), and hurricane lilies (Lyroris) all bloom.
  125. Within the three types of certification, those referred to as 'Living National Treasure' is generally limited to those holding Individual Certification.
  126. Within the time scale of the story of the Tale of Genji, the above six chapters are roughly divided into two as follows.
  127. Within the train, tourist information was announced by volunteers and PR activities were undertaken by tea-picking girls, while the restaurant 'Gardens Amagase Brewery' launched a new product called 'Tale of Genji' to commemorate the opening of 'The Tale of Genji Museum.'
  128. Within the walking distance
  129. Within the ward, such streets as Kawabata-dori Street, Higashi Oji-dori Street and Shirakawa-dori Street run in the north-south direction.
  130. Within the word "Nen" there are meanings such as 'okunen' (something one always remembers), 'shinen' (thoughts), 'shinnen' (thoughts and concentration), 'kannen' (observation and contemplation) and 'shonen' (shomyo and nenbutsu; literally: "naming the Buddha"), and within the word "butsu" there is the meaning of busshin (the body of the Buddha) and butsumyo (the name of the Buddha).
  131. Within the year she became a nyogo (850), she gave birth to Imperial Prince Korehito, the later Emperor Seiwa.
  132. Within these regions, more than one daimyo family developed from traditional samurai groups existed in a ryoseikoku (province) with complicated territorial relations.
  133. Within these, the one estimated to be written by Tomoari is "Washu Yoshinogun Gunzanki" held by his disciple Ryunosuke HOTTA and other manuscripts were alternative versions copied from the original book.
  134. Within this context, Ganghwa Island incident (Unyogo incident) occurred in 1875.
  135. Within this district, they organized the 'Kayabuki-no-sato Preservation Society' and made an in-depth study on various issues to strike a balance between preserving the historic area and lifestyle of residents.
  136. Within this lineage, Issho ARAI had a close relationship with Fumai MATSUDAIRA, and as a result of this friendship, Sansai-ryu school was introduced to Matsue.
  137. Within this religion, he is reverently called 'Rennyo Shonin (Abbot).'
  138. Within this research forest, 243 species of trees, 532 species of grass, and 85 species of fern-related plants have been found.
  139. Within walking distance from Kitayama Station of Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line
  140. Within walking distance from Midoroga-ike Bus Stop of Kyoto City Bus or Kyoto Bus
  141. Without 'tsuchi-yose', the putting of soil between the stems coming from the parent potatoes and those from the smaller potatoes, the smaller (koimo) will not part and they will not acquire the basic bent shape of ebi-imo.
  142. Without acquiring this faith, no one could go to paradise and avoid falling to Muken Jigoku (Avici Hell).
  143. Without any court rank beforehand, he was suddenly awarded the Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) at the age of 21 on September 17, 895.
  144. Without any device, a single groove does not allow two shoji to pass by each other.
  145. Without any mediator, the feud between the two factions turned violent.
  146. Without being tightened in cold water, the boiled noodles are served as they are with soy sauce or relatively thick soup broth, and with seasonings added like chopped leeks, a raw egg, etc.
  147. Without doing so, it is almost impossible to understand the story of Rikiya and Konami.
  148. Without fulfilling his dream of returning to his mother country, Nakamaro died in 770 at the age of 72.
  149. Without giving birth to all the gods required for kuni-umi (the birth of the land of Japan), Izanami died of burns because he gave birth to Hi-no-kami (the God of the fire).
  150. Without heir, the Nakamura family died out with only two generations.
  151. Without hikae (commonly called hikaenashi, a yugake glove without a hard guard to immobilize a wrist)
  152. Without interruption from the disciples as promised in advance, the two carried the fight, and Kojiro was struck down.
  153. Without knowing such causal relationships, Jubei started a pub in Edo (old Tokyo) with the money of 100 ryo.
  154. Without knowing the death of Shikaji, Nakamaro tried to avoid Arachi no-seki checking station and cross the Lake Biwa by boat to the east coast, but failed eventually due to the against wind, and proceeded land route from Shiozu to go through Arachi no-seki.
  155. Without learning both Jiso and Kyoso, one cannot reach the ideal of Shingon Mikkyo.
  156. Without mixing the ingredients in with the dough, spread the dough on a relatively low temperature iron plate slowly, thinly, circularly, concentrically and push-outward like when making a crepe, using the tadpole (a hemispherical ladle whose flat part is small is not appropriate).
  157. Without notifying the Imperial Court, in order to make plans to subjugate samurai families in various provinces, it was made to look as if the subjugation drive emanated from the Imperial court.
  158. Without receiving the official order from the Emperor Godaigo, Takauji headed for putting down the rebellion and expelled Tokiyuki.
  159. Without regard as to whether Kamon belonged to the same or another clan, some clans used different Kamon from those of other clans who had the same Myoji.
  160. Without seeing the benefit of Gensho, let us look at the evil and good of codes
  161. Without stirring any sense of excitement, the contents were, in a sense, nothing but for Osaragi's self-satisfaction.
  162. Without taking their sides, the Imperial Prince Abo reported to the Empress Dowager Danrin, a cousin of Hayanari, about their scheme by sending a secret letter.
  163. Without telling Kanpei, Okaru's father, Yoichibei, successfully makes an arrangement with Ichimonji-ya, a red-light district in Kyoto, to sell Okaru at 100 ryo (currency unit during the Edo period) for the sake of Kanpei.
  164. Without the backing of Katsuie SHIBATA, Nobutaka ODA and Kazumasu TAKIGAWA lost the power to fight, surrendering to the Hideyoshi side the following month.
  165. Without the owner, Nirakuso went to ruin and the main building got water leakages remarkably and the cable cars was stopped and it was seen landslides everywhere and the rails became very rusty.
  166. Without this, his promotion would not be complete.
  167. Without using the fire of the world, they lead a life using only the special fire from a flint and thus it is called as such.
  168. Without using the unit of bu, the acreage of the fields and the mountains and forest are represented in are and square meter.
  169. Witness of Shostakovich
  170. Witness testimony at present
  171. Witness, referee
  172. Witnessing the decline of the Ouchi and the Amago clan in Aki Province, he began to re-evaluate his position as a minor lord who was entrusted with watching out for more powerful daimyo.
  173. Witnessing the outbreak of smallpox in the Kumano Region from 1838 to 1842, Shisei sold his family heirlooms such as swords to purchase cows to be used in his experiments.
  174. Wives
  175. Wives and children of feudal lords were required to live in Edo and senior vassals such as Karo (chief retainer) put pawns (hostages) in Edo from their family members in turn.
  176. Wives and descendents
  177. Wives of the triplets had names that referred to the names of their husbands.
  178. Wo-ren-gu (the number of poems unknown each including nine lines of eight characters): This name is originated from 'wo-ren-ling-ji' at the head.
  179. Woes by Takatsu Kami
  180. Woes by Takatsu Tori
  181. Woes by crawling insects
  182. Wokenoihasuwake no mikoto settled in Chikatsuasuka palace, and governed the country at the age of eight (Minamikawachi-gun, Osaka Prefecture).
  183. Woman Washing Blue Ogre's Loincloth' 'Under the Blooming Cherry Trees' (Ango SAKAGUCHI)
  184. Woman is the storehouse of the dharma; she bears Buddha and Bodhidharma alike.
  185. Woman's Club of family member of chief priest
  186. Woman:
  187. Womb Realm Mandala (abbreviated), ink on paper
  188. Women and Haori Coat
  189. Women are banned from the mountain which holds a Toakeshiki (ceremony for the opening of the mountain to new ascetics) on May 2 and a Tojimashiki (closing ceremony) on September 22.
  190. Women are centered, and brave warriors are almost none.'
  191. Women are not allowed.
  192. Women are prone to accidents, injuries or illnesses, busy with raising children and household affairs.
  193. Women around me didn't wear them either, which means that the neither type of standard female clothing were hardly worn.'
  194. Women biwa players gained in popularity and were touted as "musume biwa," namely maiden biwa.
  195. Women dressed in kimono wear a Sensu in their obi belt as a substitute for a Futokoro-gatana (pocket dagger.)
  196. Women in each household were not forced to produce standard female clothing, but entrusted to determine whether or not to produce them.
  197. Women in the Imperial family have the osuberakashi hairstyle as formal attire in addition to wearing juni-hitoe (twelve-layered ceremonial kimono) when attending traditional ceremonies; furthermore, even ordinary women sometimes wear juni-hitoe and have the hairstyle at wedding ceremonies.
  198. Women may use a scarlet fukusa, which helps making lipstick marks unnoticeable.
  199. Women of a Public Bathhouse, Yuna' (Important Cultural Property) MOA Museum of Art
  200. Women of samurai families no longer wore uchiki while court noble ladies wore kosode and hakama as formal dress.
  201. Women of the Omi-Azai family
  202. Women of the former peerage, including Nobuko MATSUDAIRA, a chairman of the Tokiwa-kai Association (alumni association of The Gakushuin School Corporation Women's division), also opposed so strongly that the Emperor Showa personally got Nobuko's consent to solve the issue over the Crown Prince's marriage, it is reported.
  203. Women prefer fine-colored juzu that are made from crystal or coral.
  204. Women put on a tasuki (a cord used to tuck up the sleeves of a kimono).
  205. Women sing and work as prostitutes in the performance.
  206. Women trimmed their hair, not because they liked to move easily, but because they simply wanted to add glamour to their appearance with their waving hair.
  207. Women wearing the most fashionable dresses at the time were called 'modern girls' or 'mo-ga' in short (モガ: an abbreviation for モダンガール [modern girl]).
  208. Women were barred from the mountain until 1872.
  209. Women were not allowed to enter any sumo areas until the mid Meiji period, and were not even allowed to watch sumo matches.
  210. Women who obtain the jobs do not serve as professional miko for a long time, because most of them retire in their late twenties, having started to work upon the end of compulsory schooling (or more practically, after graduating from high school).
  211. Women who wanted to imitate Kichiya's obi tying sought for broad obi which at the time was not in distribution, so Obi shops in Kyoto that were quick to meet their demands made great profits.
  212. Women with thin hair or elderly women improved the appearance of their hair by attaching natural hairpieces called 'kamoji.'
  213. Women's Club of Mikkyo (Esoteric Buddhism)
  214. Women's Higher Normal School (1900-), from 1908 Tokyo Women's Higher Normal School
  215. Women's March
  216. Women's Normal School of Kyoto
  217. Women's Normal School of Kyoto was launched, using the former private school building of Yoshida junior high school in Yoshida-machi, Kamigyo Ward as its temporary school house.
  218. Women's Vocational Art School Normal School Course
  219. Women's clothing does not greatly differ from the mid-Heian period.
  220. Women's comic
  221. Women's dormitory
  222. Women's hakama are mostly put on by tying its straps in a chomusubi or wamusubi (ring knot) and lengthening the hangings for decoration.
  223. Women's hosonaga in modern times is a formal costume of high and noble Emperor's daughters when they were girls, and the form is similar to uchiki as the aforementioned tailored without a gusset, and it is common to insert nakabe (lining cloth attached between the outer material) like kochigi.
  224. Women's participation in the Association for Japanese Noh Plays (general accreditation of important intangible cultural heritage) was admitted in 2004.
  225. Women's share in kodan business is also on the rise now.
  226. Women's suffrage
  227. Women's suffrage, also known as woman suffrage, refers to the right of women to participate in national and local politics directly or indirectly.
  228. Women's sumo wrestling scenes were screened in various pink-eiga (blue films) including a hit movie 'Tokugawa Onna Keizu' (1968) by director Teruo ISHII that became a blockbuster due to its erotic and grotesque depictions.
  229. Women, as well as boys and girls, may also perform the dance, in which case they may put on maetengan (a charm of the front of cap) with kazashi (snapped branch of flower or tree put in the hair or the cap) in it and wear stage makeup as in Kabuki dance, without wearing Bugaku masks.
  230. Women: 34 toilets (24 Japanese style, 10 Western style)
  231. Women: 36 toilets (25 Japanese style, 11 Western style)
  232. Won Gyun, who succeeded the Korean navy, was also reluctant to attacked but, finally in August he did attack.
  233. Won the French award of Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.
  234. Won the Shin HASEGAWA's Prize.
  235. Won't such guys' descendants forget what they were like in the past and rebel against the government?'
  236. Wondering about it, he presented the sword to Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess).
  237. Wondering if it caused such a misfortune, I am watching a color woodprint of a figure which looks like Hakuen (Note: Hakuen is the nickname of Danjuro ICHIKAWA VII and he played Kanpei in the premiere).
  238. Wondering what it is, he cuts the bamboo and finds a lovely girl about three inches tall in there, so he decides to bring her up as their child.
  239. Wonkwang University
  240. Wonsan was considered as an important site not only for trade, but also as a foothold against Russia.
  241. Wonsan was proposed as an alternative site.
  242. Wood - ebony, rosewood, Bombay black wood, Japanese box tree, White cedar and amber, and so on.
  243. Wood absorbs moisture, so sunoko is convenient in humid places like Japan.
  244. Wood carving and mokushin-kanshitsuzo
  245. Wood craftsman
  246. Wood from Yamaguni-go (Keihoku Yamaguni and Kuroda area) were once carried downstream by the Katsura-gawa River and landed at Saga or Umezu for transportation to Kyoto.
  247. Wood preparation method
  248. Wood prices then became stagnant, squeezing the business operation of the field practice forest.
  249. Wood suitable for making sao is hard, fine-grained, and of a high specific gravity.
  250. Wood-block printing also emerged as literature in Chinese became popular.
  251. Wood-core dry lacquer standing statue of the Eleven-faced Kannon
  252. Wood-core dry lacquer statues of the Shitenno (four guardian kings) in a standing position, older than the other Buddha statues and created in the very early Heian Period.
  253. Woodblock printed Kifu of Oshirogo had been distributed to Go players, however Tessai HATANAKA borrowed it and he published "Tosei Kifu" that included 50 games of Oshirogo in 1817.
  254. Woodcut print maker
  255. Woodcutter Returning Through Winter Woods, Yuan Dynasty
  256. Wooden
  257. Wooden 1000-armed Kannon Statue (from Old Dining Hall)
  258. Wooden Amida Sanson Statue -Originally installed in the Kondo (main hall), it has been moved to the Reihokan (sacred treasure hall) of the temple.
  259. Wooden Bishamon-ten ryuzo (wooden standing statue of the God of Treasure, War)
  260. Wooden Buddha head (Important Cultural Property), the head section of the former principal image of the destroyed Saikon-do Hall, the Shakyanyorai statue.
  261. Wooden Buddha head at Kofuku-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture (important cultural asset) (1186).
  262. Wooden Buddhist's head
  263. Wooden Buddhist's head - Kamakura period
  264. Wooden Canopy
  265. Wooden Doors in the Asuka and Nara periods
  266. Wooden Guardian Dogs
  267. Wooden Image of Standing Bodhisattva
  268. Wooden Image of the Sacred Kannon (formerly owned by Denko-ji Temple in Nara)
  269. Wooden Jimon tablet - It is said to be an imperial letter written by Emperor Saga.
  270. Wooden Jizo Bosatsu ryuzo (The standing wooden statue of Jizo Bosatsu)
  271. Wooden Jizo Bosatsu zazo (The seated wooden statue of Jizo Bosatsu)
  272. Wooden Jizo Bosatsu-ryuzo (wooden standing statue of the Guardian Deity of Travellers and Children)
  273. Wooden Jizo Bosatsu-zo: Heian period
  274. Wooden Seated Image of Yakushi Nyorai Buddha ? the statue enshrined in a black-lacquered miniature shrine on the dais in the hondo (the main hall), which, based on the style of its make, is considered to have been created in the Muromachi period.
  275. Wooden Seated Statue of Aizen Myoo in Miniature Shrine
  276. Wooden Seated Statue of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha) (currently entrusted to Kyoto National Museum)
  277. Wooden Seated Statue of Amitabha Tathagata
  278. Wooden Seated Statue of Fudo Myoo
  279. Wooden Seated Statue of Fudo Myoo By Kaikei
  280. Wooden Seated Statue of Gansan Daishi (currently entrusted to Kyoto National Museum)
  281. Wooden Seated Statue of Miroku Bosatsu - By Kaikei (Installed in Sanboin Main Hall)
  282. Wooden Seated Statue of Monju Bosatsu
  283. Wooden Seated Statue of Nyoirin Kannon
  284. Wooden Seated Statue of Rigen-daishi (Installed in Kaisando)
  285. Wooden Seated Statue of Shitta Taishi*
  286. Wooden Seated Statue of Yakushi Nyorai - Principal object of worship of the Reimeiden on the north side of the main hall (where the mortuary tablets of the temple's chief priests are enshrined)
  287. Wooden Seated Statues of Yakushi Nyorai (Healing Buddha), Amida Nyorai (Amitabha) and Shaka Nyorai (Shakyamuni,) all of which are enshrined in the main hall of the temple
  288. Wooden Senju Kannon ryuzo (standing statue of Thousand-Armed Avalokiteshwara) (a work of the early Heian period and an Important Cultural Property), deposited in Kyoto National Museum.
  289. Wooden Shitenno Kenzoku Ritsuzo (statues of the four heavenly kings and followers), Important Cultural Property, held by Tokyo National Museum, Seikado Bunko Art Museum and MOA Museum of Art.
  290. Wooden Standing Statue of Jizo Bosatsu
  291. Wooden Standing Statue of Kisshoten
  292. Wooden Standing Statue of Kongorishiki (At Saidai-mon Gate) - Constructed in 1134
  293. Wooden Standing Statue of Senju Kannon
  294. Wooden Standing Statue of Sho Kannon
  295. Wooden Standing Statue of Zojoten/Tamonten
  296. Wooden Statue of Amida Nyorai and Two Flanking Attendant Statues
  297. Wooden Statue of Daiitoku Myoo (Installed in Upper Daigo, Godaido) with Wooden Statues of Fudo Myoo, Gozanze Myoo, Gundari Myoo, and Kongo Yasha Myoo
  298. Wooden Statue of Daiitoku Myoo (previously located in Mudo-ji Temple Myoo-do Hall)
  299. Wooden Statue of Enmaten
  300. Wooden Statue of Fudo Myoo Nidoji (previously located in Mudo-ji Temple Myoo-do Hall)
  301. Wooden Statue of Godai Myoo
  302. Wooden Statue of Godaikokuzo Bosatsu (attributed to Eun) (located in Kanchiin)
  303. Wooden Statue of Juntei-kannon
  304. Wooden Statue of Seated Amida Nyorai
  305. Wooden Statue of Seated Dainichi Nyorai, with Statues of Seated Kongokai Shibutsu (installed in Lecture Hall)
  306. Wooden Statue of Seated Shoso Monju
  307. Wooden Statue of Sitting Fudo Myoo and Canopy - Installed in Daishido (Mieido)
  308. Wooden Statue of Sitting Godai Bosatsu (the 4 of Kongosatta, Kongoho, Kongoho, and Kongogo.
  309. Wooden Statue of Sitting Jie Daishi (from Hongaku-in temple collection)
  310. Wooden Statue of Sitting Jie Daishi (from Seiryu-ji Temple in Sakamoto, Otsu City)
  311. Wooden Statue of Sitting Kobo Daishi - Installed in Daishido (Mieido)
  312. Wooden Statue of Sitting Sogyo Hachimanshin (x1), Statues of Sitting Joshin (x2), with Statue of Sitting Chisukune TAKENOUCHI - Housed in Chinju Hachimangu Shrine
  313. Wooden Statue of Sitting Yuimakoji (from Seiryu-ji Temple in Sakamoto, Otsu City)
  314. Wooden Statue of Standing Amida Nyorai (from Shiga-in Temple collection)
  315. Wooden Statue of Standing Daikokuten (from Ritsu-in Temple collection)
  316. Wooden Statue of Standing Fudo Myoo (previously located in Imuro Fudo-do Hall)
  317. Wooden Statue of Standing Gozanze Myoo (previously located in Mudo-ji Temple Myoo-do Hall)
  318. Wooden Statue of Standing Gundariyasha Myoo (previously located in Mudo-ji Temple Myoo-do Hall)
  319. Wooden Statue of Standing Jizo Bosatsu
  320. Wooden Statue of Standing Kisshoten (from Shiga-in Temple collection)
  321. Wooden Statue of Standing Kojo Daishi (previously located in Sanroku Daishido Hall)
  322. Wooden Statue of Standing Kongoyasha Myoo (previously located in Mudo-ji Temple Myoo-do Hall)
  323. Wooden Statue of Standing Senjukannon (previously located in Sanno-in Temple)
  324. Wooden Statue of Standing Shaka Nyorai (installed in Shakado Hall)
  325. Wooden Statue of Standing Shitenno (previously located in Konponchudo Hall)
  326. Wooden Statue of Standing Shokannon (installed in Yokawachudo Hall)
  327. Wooden Statue of Taishakuten Kizo
  328. Wooden Statue of Tobatsu Bishamonten - 189.4cm tall
  329. Wooden Statue of Yakushi Nyorai and Flanking Attendants (installed in Kondo)
  330. Wooden Statue of Yakushi Nyorai with Flanking Samurais
  331. Wooden Statue of the Bodhisattva Maitreya Sitting Contemplatively in the Half-lotus Position
  332. Wooden Statue: In the collection of Toujiin Temple
  333. Wooden Statues of 5 Great Myoo (Fudo Myoo, Gozanze Myoo, Daiitoku Myoo, Gundari Myoo, Kongoyasha Myoo) - Installed in Lecture Hall
  334. Wooden Statues of Bonten and Teishakuten - Installed in Lecture Hall
  335. Wooden Statues of Shitenno - Installed in Lecture Hall
  336. Wooden Statues of Standing Jikokuten and Tamonten
  337. Wooden Statues of Standing Kannon Bosatsu, Bonten, and Taishakuten (Niken Kannon)
  338. Wooden Statues of Standing Shitenno (installed in former Dining Hall) - When the Dining Hall burned down during the Last Kobo market on December 21, 1930, the 1000-Armed Kannon statue and the statues of Shitenno (all former National Treasures) that were housed there were damaged.
  339. Wooden Statues of Standing Shitenno - 2 statues (previously located in Shakado Hall)
  340. Wooden Statues of Standing, 1000-armed Kannon, Fudo Myoo, and Bishamonten
  341. Wooden Statues of Yakushi Nyorai and Flanking Attendants (Important Cultural Property) ? Installed in Kondo
  342. Wooden Statues of Yakushi Nyorai and Flanking Samurai (Installed in Kondo, Main Hall)
  343. Wooden Statues of Yakushi Nyorai and Flanking Samurai (formerly installed in the Upper Daigo Yakushido)
  344. Wooden Statues of successive Ashikaga Shogun Housed within Reiko-den
  345. Wooden Taishogun shinzo (sculpture of god), 80 figures (important cultural property)
  346. Wooden Tenbugyoryu-zo (The standing wooden statue of a god in heaven)
  347. Wooden Uho Doji ritsuzo (Standing Image of Uho Doji): A work in the Kamakura Period.
  348. Wooden West Dai-mon Gate imperial scroll
  349. Wooden agricultural tools
  350. Wooden arrowhead
  351. Wooden board to put sushi on
  352. Wooden bowls had been popular until ceramic-ware became widely used (In Kyushu, the custom of using wooden bowls has almost been lost due to the wide use of ceramic-ware, but in the Tohoku region, the culture of using many wooden bowls remained until modern times.)
  353. Wooden clappers are usually put on the kendai and the performer holds them with his left hand to strike them against the desk if he wants to make sound.
  354. Wooden decorated hand drum
  355. Wooden flat house, Shitamiita-bari (weatherboard)
  356. Wooden goods such as building components
  357. Wooden half-lotus postured Nyoirin kannon (the principle image)/ items stored inside the statue (four gilt bronze statues of the Buddha, a crystal stupa and a zushi (cupboard-like case with double doors in which an image of (the) Buddha, a sutra, or some other revered object is kept at a temple))
  358. Wooden hoes
  359. Wooden idol (thought to be a statue of HATA no Kawakatsu)
  360. Wooden image of Fudo-Myoo (enshrined in the Fudodo hall) (the former principal image of Saion-ji Gomado)
  361. Wooden mathematical puzzle tablet: Dedicated by Munenobu YAMAMOTO in 1683 and kept in the Ema-do hall, with the tablet containing the solution kept at Yasaka-jinja Shrine.
  362. Wooden mathematical puzzle tablet: Dedicated by Tengyokusai NISHIOKA in 1863 and kept in the Ema-do hall.
  363. Wooden ones are often made of plain wood, and others are often made of metal (brass) or white earthenware.
  364. Wooden products
  365. Wooden products (plows, construction materials, and so on)
  366. Wooden products excavated from the remains of the Yayoi period and the Kofun period (tumulus period) show the detailed shape of the oldest Uchiwa fan existing in Japan.
  367. Wooden sculpture of Nyoirin Kannon in the half-lotus position: Deposited at Tokyo National Museum
  368. Wooden seated statue of Aizenmyoo
  369. Wooden seated statue of Ameyorozu Takuhatachihatahime no Mikoto
  370. Wooden seated statue of Amida Nyorai
  371. Wooden seated statue of Amida Nyorai (an important cultural property)
  372. Wooden seated statue of Amida Nyorai (created during the latter part of the Heian period)
  373. Wooden seated statue of Amida Nyorai: Crafted during the latter part of the Heian period.
  374. Wooden seated statue of Amida Nyorai: Latter part of the Heian period
  375. Wooden seated statue of Amida Nyorai: The principal image of Gansen-ji Temple.
  376. Wooden seated statue of Amidanyorai
  377. Wooden seated statue of Chisho Daishi (Enchin)
  378. Wooden seated statue of Cloistered Emperor Kameyama (Important Cultural Property)
  379. Wooden seated statue of Daimyo Kokushi (Tsuketari stored goods inside the statue)
  380. Wooden seated statue of Dainichi Nyorai
  381. Wooden seated statue of Enma-o: Stands 160.8 cm tall.
  382. Wooden seated statue of Fudo Myoo (Acala, one of the Five Wisdom Kings)
  383. Wooden seated statue of Fudo Myoo (Important Cultural Property)
  384. Wooden seated statue of Fugen Enmei
  385. Wooden seated statue of Gyokyo Risshi (Buddhist priest)
  386. Wooden seated statue of Ichizan Ichinei (Important Cultural Property)
  387. Wooden seated statue of Ikkyu Osho: Installed in the Hojo Buddha room
  388. Wooden seated statue of Jizo Bosatsu (guardian deity of travelers and children)
  389. Wooden seated statue of Jizo Bosatsu - Honzon (Principal image of Buddha), Kamakura period
  390. Wooden seated statue of Kanzeon Bosatsu, from the late Heian period
  391. Wooden seated statue of Kobodaishi
  392. Wooden seated statue of Kojin
  393. Wooden seated statue of Kongosatta (created by Kaikei during the Kamakura period)
  394. Wooden seated statue of Kosho Bosatsu - the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  395. Wooden seated statue of Monk Myoe: Housed within the Kaizan-do.
  396. Wooden seated statue of Myoe-shonin (placed in Kaizan-do)
  397. Wooden seated statue of Nichiren (Important Cultural Property): Crafted during the Kamakura period.
  398. Wooden seated statue of Nyoirin Kannon (the Bodhisattva of Compassion)
  399. Wooden seated statue of Priest Ikkyu
  400. Wooden seated statue of Senkan Naiku
  401. Wooden seated statue of Shaka Nyorai
  402. Wooden seated statue of Shaka Nyorai (Important cultural property)
  403. Wooden seated statue of Shaka Nyorai (a wooden figure carved from one tree with lacquered leaf from the mid Heian period)
  404. Wooden seated statue of Shaka Nyorai (enshrined in the three-storied pagoda, not open to the public).
  405. Wooden seated statue of Shaka Nyorai (important cultural property)
  406. Wooden seated statue of Shimyo: Stands 124.6 cm tall
  407. Wooden seated statue of Shiroku: Stands 143.5 cm tall
  408. Wooden seated statue of Tamayorihime no Mikoto ? Kamakura period.
  409. Wooden seated statue of Tankai Risshi - Portraiture sculpture of Tankai Risshi, the restoration patriarch of Hozan-ji Temple
  410. Wooden seated statue of Yakushi Nyorai
  411. Wooden seated statue of Yakushi Nyorai (Healing Buddha), previously possessed by Wakaoji-jinja Shrine in Kyoto
  412. Wooden seated statue of Yakushi Nyorai (a wooden figure carved from one tree with lacquered leaf from the mid Heian period)
  413. Wooden seated statue of Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha)
  414. Wooden seated statue of Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha): it is the principal image of the former Kondo (main hall) and currently enshrined in the present Kodo which is also used as a repository.
  415. Wooden seated statue of Yakushi Nyorai: The principal image
  416. Wooden seated statue of Yakushi Nyorai: This statue is small at 9.1 cm but is delicately crafted with images of the Shichibutsu Yakushi (Seven Healing Buddhas) and Juni Shinsho (Twelve Protective Deities) depicted in the halo.
  417. Wooden seated statue of attributed to Kanezane KUJO (form of a Buddhist monk): Latter part of the Heian period
  418. Wooden seated statue of the Thousand-armed Kannon
  419. Wooden seated statue of the Thousand-armed Kannon: The principle image of Bujo-ji Temple
  420. Wooden seated statue of the eleven-faced one thousand-armed Kannon Bosatsu
  421. Wooden seated statue, Jikei Daishi.
  422. Wooden seated statues of Amida Nyorai (a wooden figure carved from one tree with lacquered leaf from the mid Heian period)
  423. Wooden seated statues of Amida Nyorai, Yakushi Nyorai and Shaka Nyorai: Created during the Heian period
  424. Wooden seated statues of the Five Wisdom Buddhas (Important Cultural Property): Deposited at Kyoto National Museum.
  425. Wooden sedentary statue of Amitabha crafted by Kaikei
  426. Wooden sedentary statue of Amitabha: A statue of Amitabha created in the Jocho style (an elegant Japanese sculpturing style established by Jocho) in the latter half of Heian period.
  427. Wooden sedentary statue of Bhaisajyaguru: Housed within the three-storey pagoda.
  428. Wooden sedentary statue of Ksitigarbha: Created during the latter half of the Heian period
  429. Wooden sedentary statue of Manjusri in the form of a Buddhist monk: Created during the latter half of the Heian period
  430. Wooden sedentary statue of the Eleven-faced Kannon housed within a miniature shrine: Created in 1319 by the Buddhist sculptor Inkichi and others.
  431. Wooden sedentary statues of Amitabha and two attendants on either side of the central Amitabha
  432. Wooden sitting statue of Acalanatha
  433. Wooden sitting statue of Amida Nyorai: The principal image of the Ko-do (lecture hall)
  434. Wooden sitting statue of Amida sanzon - The object of veneration of Seika-ji Temple referred to in the 'Origin and History' article.
  435. Wooden sitting statue of Amitabha
  436. Wooden sitting statue of Bhaisajyaguru
  437. Wooden sitting statue of Jizo Bosatsu (Important Cultural Property)
  438. Wooden sitting statue of Kannon (Yokihi Kannon) including the wooden standing statue of Idaten and the wooden standing statue of Somachattra - Housed within Yokihi-Kannon-do (Empress Yang-Avalokitesvara Hall).
  439. Wooden sitting statue of Kobo-daishi.
  440. Wooden sitting statue of Mahavairocana (74.5 centimeter tall, designated an Important Cultural property in 1927)
  441. Wooden sitting statue of Mahavairocana (95.5 centimeter tall, designated an Important Cultural property in 1917)
  442. Wooden sitting statue of Ragaraja engraved by Koen (deposited at Tokyo National Museum)
  443. Wooden sitting statue of Roben Sojo (enshrined in the Kaizan-do Hall)
  444. Wooden sitting statue of Shaka Nyorai
  445. Wooden sitting statue of Shunjo Shonin (enshrined in the Shunjo-do Hall)
  446. Wooden sitting statue of Sogyo Hachimanshin by Kaikei (enshrined in the Hachimanden)
  447. Wooden sitting statue of Thousand Armed Avalokiteshwara
  448. Wooden sitting statue of Yama
  449. Wooden sitting statue of a Buddhist monk (TAIRA no Kiyomori)
  450. Wooden sitting statue of a female deity (thought to be a statue of HATA no Kawakatsu's wife)
  451. Wooden sitting statue of the bodhisattva Akasagarbha (located in the lecture hall)
  452. Wooden sitting statue of the bodhisattva Ksitigarbha
  453. Wooden sitting statue of the bodhisattva Ksitigarbha (located in the lecture hall)
  454. Wooden sitting statue of the bodhisattva Manjusri with five hair knots
  455. Wooden sitting statues of Unkei and Tankei
  456. Wooden sitting statues of the Five Great Kokuzo Bodhisattva: Enshrined within the Taho-to.
  457. Wooden spades
  458. Wooden standing image of Shaka and objects contained within - This is the 'three nation Shaka statue' referred to in the 'Origin and History' article.
  459. Wooden standing images of 12 divine generals
  460. Wooden standing of Amida Nyorai (Mikaeri Amida): This unique statue commonly known as 'Mikaeri Amida' is looking over its left shoulder (right when looking face on).
  461. Wooden standing statue of
  462. Wooden standing statue of Acalanatha
  463. Wooden standing statue of Amida Nyorai
  464. Wooden standing statue of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) is a work dating back to the early Heian period around the ninth century.
  465. Wooden standing statue of Amida Nyorai (honzon), from the late Heian period
  466. Wooden standing statue of Amida Nyorai: Designated an Important Cultural Property and created in 1243 during the Kamakura period
  467. Wooden standing statue of Amida Nyorai: The temple's principal image.
  468. Wooden standing statue of Amida nyorai in Sasama enmyo-ji Temple
  469. Wooden standing statue of Amitabha (owned by Koen-in Temple)
  470. Wooden standing statue of Amitabha, created by Kaikei (owned by Daigyo-ji Temple)
  471. Wooden standing statue of Amoghapasa (manifestation of Amalokitesvara)
  472. Wooden standing statue of Amoghapasa: Was originally enshrined in the lecture hall but is now housed in Reiho-den.
  473. Wooden standing statue of Aryavalokitesvara
  474. Wooden standing statue of Bato Kannon (Horse-headed Kannon) - Designated as an Important Cultural Property in the name of "Wooden Senju Kannon ryuzo"
  475. Wooden standing statue of Bhaisajyaguru
  476. Wooden standing statue of Bhechadjaguru: The principal image of the Kondo.
  477. Wooden standing statue of Bishamon-ten - Heian period
  478. Wooden standing statue of Bishamonten (housed within the Bishamon-do)
  479. Wooden standing statue of Bishamonten: Dating from the latter part of Heian period
  480. Wooden standing statue of Bishamonten: Heian period.
  481. Wooden standing statue of Byakkoshin
  482. Wooden standing statue of Byakkoshin: Created in the early Kamakura period.
  483. Wooden standing statue of Daigensui Myoo
  484. Wooden standing statue of Dhrtarastra, Virupaksa and Virudhaka
  485. Wooden standing statue of Eleven-faced Kannon (a tangible cultural asset [carving] designated by Nara Prefecture)
  486. Wooden standing statue of Eleven-faced Kannon - Heian period.
  487. Wooden standing statue of Eleven-faced Kannon - a deposit in the Nara National Museum.
  488. Wooden standing statue of Eleven-faced Kannon ryuzo - Heian period
  489. Wooden standing statue of Eleven-faced Kannon: Mid-Heian period
  490. Wooden standing statue of Eleven-faced Kannon: in storage (not open to the public)
  491. Wooden standing statue of Fudo Myoo
  492. Wooden standing statue of Fudo Myoo: The principal image of the Goma-do Hall.
  493. Wooden standing statue of Hayagriva: stands 106.3 centimeters in height.
  494. Wooden standing statue of Jinsha Taisho (created by Kaikei)
  495. Wooden standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu
  496. Wooden standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu (an important cultural property)
  497. Wooden standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu (an important cultural property) ? a statue made with yosegi-zukuri (a method of constructing a statue by assembling pieces of wood) in the Kamakura period, called 'Scapegoat Jizo' due to the legend that it saved an innocent girl from being burnt at the stake.
  498. Wooden standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu (important cultural property)
  499. Wooden standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu - work of Eikai in 1254 (a deposite in Nara National Museum)
  500. Wooden standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu, 165 cm tall.
  501. Wooden standing statue of Kisshoten
  502. Wooden standing statue of Kokuzo Bosatsu (Akasagarbha Bodhisattva): created in the late Asuka period.
  503. Wooden standing statue of Kongo Rikishi: Dates from 1285 and carries inscriptions of the names Hogen Keishu and Hokkyo [illegible].
  504. Wooden standing statue of Kongo Rikishi: This Nio statue with an internal inscription dated 1163 is a rare example of an inscribed Nio statue from the Heian period.
  505. Wooden standing statue of Ksitigarbha (previously kept at Toshodai-ji Temple, the Heian period)
  506. Wooden standing statue of Ksitigarbha: Created during the latter half of the Heian period
  507. Wooden standing statue of Ksitigarbha: Stands at 157.6 centimeters in height.
  508. Wooden standing statue of Ksitigarbha: Stands at 97.0 centimeters in height.
  509. Wooden standing statue of Kuya Jonin
  510. Wooden standing statue of Kuya Shonin: The Kamakura period
  511. Wooden standing statue of Lakshmi
  512. Wooden standing statue of Lakshmi (106.8 centimeter tall, designated an Important Cultural Property in 1938)
  513. Wooden standing statue of Lakshmi (142.2 centimeter tall, designated an Important Cultural Property in 1917) (deposited at Tokyo National Museum)
  514. Wooden standing statue of Lakshmi (164.6 centimeter tall, designated an Important Cultural Property in 1902)
  515. Wooden standing statue of Lakshmi (168.0 centimeter tall, designated an Important Cultural Property in 1917)
  516. Wooden standing statue of Lakshmi (184.5 centimeter tall, designated an Important Cultural Property in 1917)
  517. Wooden standing statue of Miroku Bosatsu (Maitreya) (designated as an Important Cultural Property by the name of 'Sho-Kannon Ryuzo [Wooden standing statue of Holy Kannon])
  518. Wooden standing statue of Myojo Bosatsu, the principal image of Myojodo
  519. Wooden standing statue of Price Shotoku, created by Tanko in 1320
  520. Wooden standing statue of Prince Shotoku, by Zenshun
  521. Wooden standing statue of Sacred Avalokitesvara (supposedly carved by Kansei) : A nationally designated Important Cultural Property.
  522. Wooden standing statue of Senju Kannon (Thousand Armed Avalokiteshwara) (National Treasure)
  523. Wooden standing statue of Senju Kannon - Heian period
  524. Wooden standing statue of Shaka Nyorai
  525. Wooden standing statue of Shaka Nyorai (Important Cultural Properties): Housed within a miniature shrine that stands atop a dais at the front of the main hall.
  526. Wooden standing statue of Shaka Nyorai (Tsuketari (attachments): internal items): The inscriptions on the items concealed within have allowed the piece to be dated to 1199 in the early Kamakura period.
  527. Wooden standing statue of Shaka Nyorai and wooden standing statue of Amida Nyorai
  528. Wooden standing statue of Shakya Nyorai
  529. Wooden standing statue of Shakyamuni
  530. Wooden standing statue of Shitenno (Four guardian kings)
  531. Wooden standing statue of Shitenno (Four guardian kings) - Enshrined at Hondo, made in the Muromachi period.
  532. Wooden standing statue of Shitsu Kongoshin (created by Kaikei)
  533. Wooden standing statue of Sho Kannon (Holy Kannon)
  534. Wooden standing statue of Sho Kannon - Kamakura period
  535. Wooden standing statue of Sho Kannon: Latter part of the Heian period
  536. Wooden standing statue of Shokannon Bosatsu ?According to the temple legend, the artist is attributed to ARIWARA no Narihira.
  537. Wooden standing statue of Sri-mahadevi housed within a miniature shrine: Enshrined within the main hall.
  538. Wooden standing statue of Thousand Armed Avalokiteshwara: Was originally enshrined in the lecture hall but is now housed in Reiho-den.
  539. Wooden standing statue of Thousand-Armed Kannon (usually called "Kibi Kannon")
  540. Wooden standing statue of Thousand-armed Kannon: Latter part of the Heian period
  541. Wooden standing statue of Vaisravana
  542. Wooden standing statue of Vaisravana with a kabuto helmet
  543. Wooden standing statue of Vaisravana: Created during the latter part of the Heian period.
  544. Wooden standing statue of Yakushi Nyorai
  545. Wooden standing statue of Yakushi Nyorai (an important cultural property) (deposited in Nara National Museum)
  546. Wooden standing statue of Yoryu Kannon (Kannon having the branch of a willow to eradicate illness)
  547. Wooden standing statue of Yoryu Kannon (Kannon holding a willow branch to eradicate illness)
  548. Wooden standing statue of Zao Gongen (100.4 centimeter tall, designated an Important Cultural Property in 1917)
  549. Wooden standing statue of Zao Gongen (96.4 centimeter tall, designated an Important Cultural Property in 1917)
  550. Wooden standing statue of Zaogongen in a miniature temple (Important Cultural Property)
  551. Wooden standing statue of Zenmyoshin
  552. Wooden standing statue of Zenmyoshin: Created in the early Kamakura period.
  553. Wooden standing statue of Zochoten (Virudhaka) (Important cultural property) (deposited in Nara National Museum)
  554. Wooden standing statue of a Thousand-armed Kannon (Important Cultural Properties): Housed in the side sanctuary of the main hall.
  555. Wooden standing statue of a bodhisattva
  556. Wooden standing statue of eleven-faced Kannon
  557. Wooden standing statue of eleven-faced Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) - The principal image of Hokke-ji Temple.
  558. Wooden standing statue of eleven-faced Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) - the principal image of this temple
  559. Wooden standing statue of eleven-faced Kannon Bosatsu: the main image of Kondo with the seated height of 3.5 m.
  560. Wooden standing statue of ten great disciples
  561. Wooden standing statue of the Eleven-Faced Kannon (in the hondo) together with the wooden standing statue of the Dragon King Nanda (Nanda-ryuo) and stored goods inside the statue, and the wooden standing statue of Sekishou Douji (a synthesis of the Vairocana Buddha and the Shinto Sun Goddess, Amaterasu) and stored goods inside the statue
  562. Wooden standing statue of the Eleven-faced Kannon Bosatsu: The temple's principal image measures 181.8 cm in height and was created by the Buddhist sculptors Hoin Inpan and Hokyo Inun
  563. Wooden standing statue of the Eleven-faced Kannon: Crafted during the Heian period, stands 189 cm tall and is carved from a single piece of wood
  564. Wooden standing statue of the Eleven-faced Kannon: Crafted during the Heian period, stands 45.5 cm tall and is carved from a single piece of wood.
  565. Wooden standing statue of the Eleven-headed Kannon
  566. Wooden standing statue of the Four Heavenly Kings
  567. Wooden standing statue of the Yakushi Nyorai - produced in the early Heian period.
  568. Wooden standing statue of the bodhisattva Ksitigarbha
  569. Wooden standing statue of the bodhisattvas Suryaprabha and Candraprabha
  570. Wooden standing statue of the eleven-face Kannon - Heian period.
  571. Wooden standing statue of the twelve divine generals of Bhaisajyaguru: Housed in Reiho-den now.
  572. Wooden standing statue of the wisdom king Kundali/statue of Yamantaka
  573. Wooden standing statues of Bhaisajyaguru's the twelve divine generals
  574. Wooden standing statues of Fudo Myoo and Bishamonten
  575. Wooden standing statues of Fudo Myoo with his two attendants and standing statue of Bishamonten: Constructed to serve as attendants to the principal image statue of the Thousand-armed Kannon and also believed to date back to the 1154 year of the temple's founding.
  576. Wooden standing statues of Juni Shinsho (national treasure), constructed in the Heian Period.
  577. Wooden standing statues of Shitenno (National Treasure), enshrined at the four corners of the hall.
  578. Wooden standing statues of Shitenno (four guardian kings) (an Important Cultural Property), originally enshrined in Nanen-do Hall.
  579. Wooden standing statues of Zenzai and Ryuo: Latter part of the Heian period
  580. Wooden standing statues of Zochoten and Tamonten
  581. Wooden standing statues of the 10 great disciples, 10 statues (including sutras within the statues): The items within the statues and inscriptions have confirmed that they were created by Kaikei in 1218.
  582. Wooden standing statues of the Four Heavenly Kings - Heian period
  583. Wooden standing statues of the Four Heavenly Kings: Crafted during the Kamakura period.
  584. Wooden standing statues of the Four Heavenly Kings: Housed within the main hall.
  585. Wooden standing statues of the Twenty-eight Attendants of Senju-Kannon - Created during the temple revival stage of the Kamakura period.
  586. Wooden standing statues of the bodhisattvas Suryaprabha and Candraprabha (housed within the Kondo)
  587. Wooden statue
  588. Wooden statue of Amida Nyorai and 25 wooden statues of bodhisattvas: A total of 26 statues with the 25 bodhisattvas centered around Amida Nyorai and all housed within the main hall on 4-tiered Buddha platforms.
  589. Wooden statue of Amida Nyorai and statues of ryowakiji, Daisen-ji Temple (Daisen-cho, Saihaku-gun, Tottori Prefecture), Tottori (an important cultural property) made by Ryoen (busshi - sculptor of Buddhist Statues) in 1131
  590. Wooden statue of Ankoku-doji in the half-lotus position: Stands 110.8 cm tall
  591. Wooden statue of Bishamonten
  592. Wooden statue of Bishamonten, Wooden statue of Kosshouten, and Wooden statue of Zennishi-doji.
  593. Wooden statue of Dainichi Nyorai (Mahavairocana)
  594. Wooden statue of Eleven-faced Kannon, standing.
  595. Wooden statue of En no Ozunu (semi-legendary holy man noted for his practice of mountain asceticism during the second half of the seventh century)
  596. Wooden statue of Fudomyoo and Hachidai Doji, Important Cultural Property, held by Setagayasan Kannon-ji Temple in Tokyo
  597. Wooden statue of Fugen Bosatsu in a miniature shrine: Originally housed within the three-storey pagoda.
  598. Wooden statue of Fugen Bosatsu riding an elephant: The principal image of the main hall (Fugen-do Hall).
  599. Wooden statue of Fukukenjaku Kannon (Kannon of the Never Empty Lasso) in a sitting position (national treasure), constructed by the family of Kokei, Unkei's father, and completed in 1189.
  600. Wooden statue of Godai Myoo (Five Kings of Wisdom) ? made in the middle of Heian period.
  601. Wooden statue of Gujojin in the half-lotus position: Stands 114.2 cm tall
  602. Wooden statue of Guze Kannon sitting in the half lotus position
  603. Wooden statue of Jizo Bosatsu in the hanka (half-lotus) position
  604. Wooden statue of Jizo Bosatsu in the hanka (half-lotus) position (Obitoki Koyasu Jizo Bosatsu) (important cultural property) - the temple's principal image
  605. Wooden statue of Kannon
  606. Wooden statue of Monju Bosatsu (Bodhisattva) riding on a lion and statue of Fugen Bosatsu (Bodhisattva) riding on an elephant
  607. Wooden statue of Monju Bosatsu riding the lion - Enshrined at Hondo.
  608. Wooden statue of Monjubosatsu riding on a lion and five statues of attendants together with nonyuhin inside the statue
  609. Wooden statue of Mujaku Bosatsu and Seshin Bosatsu (national treasure): the brothers Mujaku and Seshin were the founders of Yuishiki Kyogaku (studying the theory that all existence is subjective and nothing exists outside of the mind) who were active in India around the fifth century, are respected by the Hosso sect to which Kofuku-ji Temple belongs.
  610. Wooden statue of Nyoirin Kannon
  611. Wooden statue of Nyoirin Kannon in half-lotus position
  612. Wooden statue of Nyoirin Kannon sitting in half lotus position
  613. Wooden statue of Sakra (has been told samantabhadra) riding a elephant
  614. Wooden statue of Shakya Nyorai (including canopy): The temple's principal image.
  615. Wooden statue of Shigefusa UESUGI (Important Cultural Property)
  616. Wooden statue of Sho Kannon, Heian period
  617. Wooden statue of a bodhisattva in the half-lotus position
  618. Wooden statue of a seated Yuimakoji (Vimalakirti) (National Treasure), enshrined to the left of the principal image of Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha).
  619. Wooden statue of seated Manjusri Bodhisattva (National Treasure), enshrined to the right of the principal image of Yakushi Nyorai, and paired with the statue of Yuimakoji.
  620. Wooden statue of seated Yakushi-nyorai: late Heian Period
  621. Wooden statue of the Cintamari-cakra sitting in the half-lotus position
  622. Wooden statue of the Prince Shotoku sitting in the half-lotus position
  623. Wooden statue of the Thousand-armed Kannon
  624. Wooden statue of the bodhisattva Maitreya sitting contemplatively in the half-lotus position (commonly called 'Crowned Maitreya'): Described above
  625. Wooden statue of the bodhisattva Maitreya sitting in the half-lotus position (commonly called 'Crying Maitreya'): Housed within Reiho-den.
  626. Wooden statue of the bodhisattva Manjusri riding a lion
  627. Wooden statue of the seated Dainichi Nyorai (said to be the original principle image of Tahoto Pagoda)
  628. Wooden statue of the seated Dainichi Nyorai by Kaikei (stored in Tahoto Pagoda)
  629. Wooden statue of the seated Fudo Myoo (Acalanatha, one of the Five Kings of Wisdom)
  630. Wooden statue of the seated Fudo Myoo - Enshrined at Hondo, made in the Edo period.
  631. Wooden statue of the seated Yuimakoji (Vimalakirti)
  632. Wooden statue of the standing Bishamonten
  633. Wooden statue of the standing Jikokuten (Dhrtarastra), the statue of the standing Zochoten (Virudhaka) and the statue of the standing Bishamonten (Vaisravana)
  634. Wooden statues of Acala and two children: The central statue measures 99.5 centimeters in height.
  635. Wooden statues of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) and both-sides attendants - it was revealed from the inscription stored inside the statues that they were produced in 1151, at the end of the Heian period.
  636. Wooden statues of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) and flanking attendants
  637. Wooden statues of Fudo (the God of Fire) and Two Children (Important Cultural Property)
  638. Wooden statues of Fujin (wind god) and Raijin (thunder god) - Created during the temple revival stage of the Kamakura period.
  639. Wooden statues of Futaishi and two children, three statues : Remenant of Kitano Kyoo-do Hall.
  640. Wooden statues of Hoonrin Bosatsu and Daimyoso Bosatsu in a semi-lotus position, attendant figures of Miroku Buddha, but constructed in the Muromachi Period.
  641. Wooden statues of Hosso Rokuso, constructed by the family of Kokei, Unkei's father, in the Kamakura Period.
  642. Wooden statues of Jikokuten and Tamonten
  643. Wooden statues of Jikokuten and Tamonten, Important Cultural Asset, owned by Todai-ji Temple in Nara City (deposited to Nara National Museum)
  644. Wooden statues of Kishi Monju Bosatsu and four attendants
  645. Wooden statues of Kongo Rikishi (national treasure), originally enshrined in Saikon-do Hall.
  646. Wooden statues of Kongo-rikishi: The colored yosegi-zukuri style agyo (open-mouthed) statue (Naraen Kongo-rikishi) stands 284.2 cm tall and the ungyo (closed-mouthed) statue stands 277.5 cm tall
  647. Wooden statues of Senju Kannon (national treasure), originally the principal image of Jiki-do Hall.
  648. Wooden statues of Sho Kannon (an Important Cultural Property), the principal image of Honbo Jibutsudo Hall (Daiendo).
  649. Wooden statues of Tentoki and Ryutoki (national treasures), originally enshrined in Saikon-do Hall.
  650. Wooden statues of Yakuo Bosatsu and Yakujo Bosatsu (an Important Cultural Property), 3.6-meters high.
  651. Wooden statues of Yakushi-nyorai and two attendants: late Heian Period
  652. Wooden statues of the Forty-seven Ronin are also housed at the temple as it is said that Yoshio OISHI visited Hoju-ji Temple during the Genroku era.
  653. Wooden statues of the Four Heavenly Kings: Stand from 167.0 to 169.7 centimeters in height.
  654. Wooden statues of the Juni Shinsho (twelve protective deities), statues of twelve messengers of the gods who protect Yakushi Nyorai.
  655. Wooden statues of the Shitenno (national treasure), constructed in the Kamakura Period.
  656. Wooden statues of the six Kannon, six statues (including sutras within the statues): Created by Jokei.
  657. Wooden sword handles
  658. Wooden works in Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  659. Wooden, 2 stories
  660. Wooden, 2 stories, kiritsuma-zukuri (gable roof style), Tsuma-iri (entrance on gable side)
  661. Wooden-Nikkobosatsu and Gakkobosatsu-ryuzo
  662. Woodenware was used as dinning ware and as cultivation tools.
  663. Woodwind such as the clarinet and oboe.
  664. Woodypal Wachi
  665. Worcester sauce is more popular in the western Japan.
  666. Worcester sauce: When the term of sauce (seasoning) is used generally, it mostly indicates Worcester sauce, and this sauce has become a seasoning essential to Japanese dishes as soy sauce.
  667. Word 'happi' is said to originate from 'hanpi', the sleeveless body wear worn underneath ho (outer robe/vestment), which was put on when sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress) is worn in ancient time.
  668. Word '玉', '瑞', and '斎' all have the meaning of 'holy' and 'beautiful.'
  669. Word Meaning of 'Tenbu'
  670. Word Origin
  671. Word class
  672. Word games
  673. Word origin
  674. Word origin and birthplace
  675. Word processor Way of Thinking' (Heibonsha, June 1984)
  676. Word to show 'exorcism and purification'
  677. Wording 'After my death, I shall not require a doto (temple and pagoda) or a discharge of filial duties, just cut off Yoritomo's head and offer it before my tomb' was described in "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike), and some question its credibility as it is just a tale.
  678. Wordings and Urban Legends on Fundoshi Loincloths
  679. Words
  680. Words Associated with Daimyo
  681. Words Containing “Danchi”
  682. Words Derived From Ajari
  683. Words Given to Us by Soujun IKKYUU
  684. Words and Phrases Associated with Yokan
  685. Words and expression for fragrance
  686. Words and gestures are the most significant, and they can be said to be the essence of the rakugo performance.
  687. Words and persons having a yurei in their names
  688. Words and phrases connected with Benkei
  689. Words and phrases related to shamisen
  690. Words are waka poems as they are taken from Kokinshu, and the music also shows revivalistic intentions to kumiuta and the traditional Japanese music.
  691. Words associated with the new year used in the old calendar days were classified as season words for spring but, since the calendar reform in Meiji, the new year changed to the winter time whereby a separate section for 'new year' in addition to the four seasons was established.
  692. Words by Hiro'o NAKAGAWA, music by Takehiko TADA
  693. Words by Kimio KUBOTA, music by Takashi HASHIMOTO
  694. Words by Koi SAWAMURA, music by K. Y. (initial), whose real name is unknown
  695. Words by Kunitomo EMORI and music by Kazuko HARA
  696. Words by Mutsu: 'Politics is an art.'
  697. Words by Shunsai HAYASHI are inscribed on monuments of each scenic spot, the orders of introduction are different for each monument.
  698. Words by Taro NAGASAKI, music by Toru AKUTAGAWA
  699. Words by Yakyu MIZUNASHI, music by Kan'ichi SHIMOFUSA.
  700. Words by Yutaka SAKAI, music by Kyoto University Brass Band
  701. Words by Yutaka SHIRAISHI, music by Kunio MOTOYAMA
  702. Words chosen from the public
  703. Words concerning Daruma
  704. Words created for other kinds of spirits without folk legend
  705. Words created to define other spirits, such as natural spirits, guardian spirits, the spirits of animals, floating spirits, and earthbound spirits, are "coined words" created in recent years.
  706. Words derived from danmari
  707. Words derived from yakitori
  708. Words named after Danshaku
  709. Words of praise on the portrait of the holy priest Shinran
  710. Words originating from the modern times are used.
  711. Words related to Yumiya
  712. Words related to fushin
  713. Words such as "when you ask where Kanayago-kami was born, the god originally born in Abe-ga-mori in Katsuragi" still remain in a tatara song (which was sung when the bellows were used for metal forging) handed down in Nishi-Awakura-cho, Hideta-gun, Okayama Prefecture.
  714. Words used as a pivot word are almost always written in hiragana (Japanese phonetic alphabet).
  715. Words used from the ancient times were Yamato-kotoba (words of Japanese origin), but Kango (words of Chinese origin) were also used at high rates because of an influence by China.
  716. Words which relate to 'share'
  717. Words with meanings similar enlightenment
  718. Words written by Shoyo, unlike traditional words in Kabuki, uses a difficult passage, but are of high artistic quality, giving dignity to this drama.
  719. Work
  720. Work Library (books published by Obunsha)
  721. Work Library (visual contents)
  722. Work Library books, or encyclopedia of jobs
  723. Work Library texts
  724. Work Pieces Featuring Tokaido
  725. Work began on the palace and keep in May of 1602 and it was finished in March of the following year.
  726. Work is currently under way for electrification and laying double tracks.
  727. Work skill sheets: worksheets
  728. Worked as a goyonin (officer handling domestic economy) at an industrial site in Kyoto Prefecture.
  729. Worked as assistant to Onmyo no kami
  730. Workers at a brewery such as toji and kurabito have been traditionally called sakaya-mon (which literally means "a person at a sake shop").
  731. Workers attacked offices, ate and drank what they robbed, and in the afternoon they set fire to the facilities, but it was said that someone ordered to get their hands off money.
  732. Workers in the fishing industry within Maizuru City also face an aging crisis, with the ratio of fisherman under 65 years of age having declined to 59.3%.
  733. Workes featuring Toshizo HIJIKATA as the main character.
  734. Working Patterns
  735. Working as a doctor, he made his colleagues laugh by saying "I am a doctor of Shinsengumi."
  736. Working as an Officer
  737. Working for the Imperial Household Department, he was engaged in the construction of a large number of Imperial court structures, such as guesthouses.
  738. Working hard at Choju-in Temple as the base in Edo and at Ryusho-in as the base branch temple founded by himself on the precincts of Todai-ji Temple, Kokei completed renovation of the Great Buddha's head in 1690 and Hachiman-gu Shrine (Tamukeyama Hachiman-gu Shrine) of Todai-ji Temple in 1691.
  739. Working midnight is prohibited (from 22:00 to 4:00) limited to childredn under 15 and women.
  740. Working on improving technique and by actively entering products in industrial expositions, the manager of Takano paper mill began to produce fusuma paper with a shoshi-ki machine (a paper-making machine) in 1907 and invented a new shoshi-ki machine that was able to make double layered paper.
  741. Working place
  742. Working population
  743. Working with Sadaijin (minister of the left) Tadahiro KONOE and Naidaijin Sanetsumu SANJO, he played a key role in submitting a plan to the emperor to give the Mito clan an imperial decree (Bogo no mitchoku - a secret imperial decree).
  744. Workout room, fitness studio
  745. Works
  746. Works About SEN no Rikyu
  747. Works About Shinsen-gumi
  748. Works About Yoshiteru
  749. Works Cited
  750. Works Featuring Emperor Go-Daigo
  751. Works Featuring Mitsuhide as a Subject
  752. Works Mentioning Dozo Storehouses
  753. Works Related to Esperanto
  754. Works Related to Tsukimi
  755. Works Related to Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA
  756. Works Where Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA Appears
  757. Works and style
  758. Works as 'Majie' by Ma Zhiyuan, 'Niu Suyuan' by Yao Shouzhong, 'Gaozu Huanxiang' by Sui Jingchen and 'Shanggao jiansi' by Liu Zhi are famous.
  759. Works attributed to FUJIWARA no Yukitsune
  760. Works based on Dosan
  761. Works based on Kamigata
  762. Works based on Nanso Satomi Hakkenden
  763. Works by Japanese painters including Hokusai KATSUSHIKA and Utamaro KITAGAWA exerted a dramatic influence on artists in Europe.
  764. Works by Zendo
  765. Works directed by Akira KUROSAWA, Yasujiro OZU and Takeshi KITANO were highly praised in foreign countries.
  766. Works during his thirties
  767. Works during his twenties
  768. Works featuring Garasha
  769. Works featuring Onmyoji
  770. Works featuring Shi-No-Ko-Sho
  771. Works featuring Yoshihisa SHIMAZU
  772. Works having to do with ONO no Komachi
  773. Works in Japan
  774. Works in Which ABE no Seimei Appear
  775. Works in Which Goemon ISHIKAWA Appears
  776. Works in Which He Appears
  777. Works in the recent past include Super Kabuki "Oguri" produced by Takeshi UMEHARA and first staged in 1991, and "Oguri! - from the Tale of Ogurihangan" played by the Flower Troupe of the Takarazuka Revue in 2009 (script by Shinji KIMURA, starring Kazuho SO).
  778. Works in which FUJIWARA no Tadamichi is portrayed
  779. Works in which Kyoga-misaki appears
  780. Works in which Masujiro OMURA appears
  781. Works in which Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA appears as a character
  782. Works in which he makes an appearance
  783. Works in which he makes appearances
  784. Works of Art
  785. Works of Go NAGAI
  786. Works of Jakuchu ITO, The Shaka Triad and Paintings of Animals and Plants, seen for the first time in 120 Years: May 13, 2007 (Sun) - June 3, 2007 (Sun)
  787. Works of Seisuke OGAWA
  788. Works of Shichi Koso
  789. Works of art and/or crafts: 862 (a more detailed breakdown follows)
  790. Works of fiction always have Soji OKITA coughing up blood and collapsing during the fighting in the Ikedaya Incident.
  791. Works of fiction in which Kannon Bosatsu appears
  792. Works of former Seisuke
  793. Works of history
  794. Works on the subject of Katakiuchi have been widely supported, so much so that there is a genre called "Adauchi kyogen" (comic drama on Adauchi) in Kabuki and Joruri.
  795. Works on which mica powder was used for a plain background were called "Kirazuri."
  796. Works performed with an orchestra
  797. Works related to Shunkan
  798. Works relating to Geta
  799. Works set in Ranzan-machi
  800. Works that depict Hyakki yako
  801. Works that feature Enshin
  802. Works that have an amorous atmosphere of female dance, include:
  803. Works that no longer exist
  804. Works whose author is said to be Michikaze but whose validity is not confirmed
  805. Works with Arashi playing a central role were once again being released with the name 'Arashi Kanjuro Productions' provided by Toa Kinema in May of 1931.
  806. Workshops in education and learning held every August.
  807. Workshops were held nationwide to prepare for the special festivals of the 2,600th anniversary of Imperial rule and instructors were even sent to shrines in overseas territories such as Korea and Taiwan.
  808. World
  809. World (Evading from Vagueness): ocho-mono (stories dealing with the pre-feudal period of Imperial rule)
  810. World Brick Museum
  811. World Brick Museum (take a Kyoto Kotsu (Maizuru) bus from the station to the Aka-Renga-Hakubutsukan-mae bus stop.)
  812. World Data Center for Geomagnetism
  813. World Heritage
  814. World Heritage Registration and restoration
  815. World Heritage Site
  816. World Heritage Site: cultural heritage site - 'Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara'
  817. World Heritage: 'Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto' Cultural Heritage Site
  818. World Premier International Research Center (WPI) Initiative
  819. World War I ended.
  820. World heritage
  821. World now feels like walking on eggs.'
  822. World of gaso (artist monk)
  823. World's largest visual contents of 703 jobs.
  824. Worldwide
  825. Worldwide, Attila had a similar bilateral character; he was feared as a butcher and looter by his enemies, but so generous to his vassals that he gave gorgeous accessories he looted to them, although he wore plain clothes himself.
  826. World>Asia>Japan>Kyoto Prefecture>Kyoto City>Kita Ward (Kyoto City)>Kinugasa
  827. Worried about it, Yoritomo appointed Yoshitsune for the duty, judging that the short decisive battle could be inevitable, and Yoshitsune responded it with success by organizing the warriors in western Japan and destroyed the Taira clan in the battles of Yashima and Dannoura.
  828. Worried about such circumstance, Saigo took an emergency measure (strategy), in other words, provoking the shogunate side.
  829. Worried about the situation, the Tokugawa shogunate decided to adopt a forest protection policy in 1666, and launched an initiative to recover and promote forest resources, setting up strict regulations towards logging and distribution.
  830. Worried that the Wada side might grow into a bigger army than they had expected, Yoshitoki and OE no Hiromoto issued a Migyosho (a document for informing people of the decision of Third Rank or upper people) under the name of Shogun Sanetomo.
  831. Worrier of 'Jio-Hachiman' (God of worriers with yellow flags)
  832. Worrying about her, her parents questioned her about what had happened.
  833. Worse still, another set of people whom other sects called 'Ikkoshu sect' for a different reason (discussed later) deepened Rennyo's worries.
  834. Worse still, it might also be used for military purposes.'
  835. Worse still, their father died from illness and left them a large debt that compelled their mother Nobuko to work day and night in order to repay the debt, and consequently the brothers were separated as Naoharu was sent to Torin-ji Temple.
  836. Worship
  837. Worship Hall
  838. Worship Hall (haiden)
  839. Worship and tradition
  840. Worship at the 21 temples began during the Tenbun era (1532-1555).
  841. Worship hall
  842. Worship hall: This divided worship hall was constructed in 1625 using funds donated by Yorinobe TOKUGAWA and the richly colored carvings on the undulating bargeboard are based on the Chinese legend of a carp passing through a gate to become a dragon
  843. Worship of Benzaiten had already begun by the Nara period, and the eight armed standing statue (modeled statue) housed in the Hokke-do hall (Sangatsu-do Hall) of Todai-ji Temple is highly valuable as Japan's oldest such work despite extensive damage.
  844. Worship of Ebisu (Japanese god of luck)
  845. Worship of nature has existed since ancient times in ancient forms of Shinto.
  846. Worship of the Tengu, mainly among Yamabushi monks, is connected with local Buddhism, as well as with the mysteriousness of mountains and mountain worship, and various legends of Tengu explain the depth of mountain worship.
  847. Worship of vindictive spirits
  848. Worshiped as Raijin, god of sword, god of the art of Japanese archery, bushin (the god of war) and gunshin (the god of war), Takemikazuchi is enshrined in Kashima-jingu Shrine, Kasuga-taisha Shrine, and other Kashima-jinja Shrines and Kasuga-jinja Shrines nationwide.
  849. Worshiped by candy merchants as the god of candy (Kaso).
  850. Worshipers walked through Nanmon (south gate) and crossed an arched bridge to a temple via the island in the pond.
  851. Worshipped by people since ancient times, reijo are visited even today by many ohenro san (pilgrims) as well as many ascetic Buddhist monks.
  852. Worshippers are also offered amacha.
  853. Worshippers are said to be blessed with plentiful crops and prosperous trade, and "the Genkuroinari Spring Big Festival" is held on the first Sunday in April where children wearing white fox masks parade the streets.
  854. Worshipping Sanposon is equivalent to worshipping Sanpo.
  855. Worshipping of Uga-benzaiten spread nationwide centered around Chikubushima Island, Omi Province (Hogon-ji Temple), close to Enryaku-ji Temple, and Itsukushima-jinja Shrine in Aki Province, Enoshima-jinja Shrine in Sagami Province, etc.
  856. Worshipping the three nuns, Umako built a new Buddhist temple to install a statue of Buddha in their commemoration.
  857. Worst villain in the world, who was the chief villain who commits evil deeds in the world
  858. Worthy of note, however, is that the information in the existing books is accurate.
  859. Would I not be so sad as I am today if I had parted with spring without the scattering of flowers?
  860. Would I pay the piper of the karma like Lo Kuan-chung or Murasaki Shikibu and have cleft-lipped and nose-lacking babies in my family in the future?
  861. Wouldn't it look stupid since there is no depth to the screen?'
  862. Wouldn't it look stupid that way?' and 'I use full focus of the whole scene with the camera.
  863. Wouldn't you wish to help him even if you are a helpless woman? In order to return the favor to your husband, wouldn't you promise yourself to be royal to him?'
  864. Wounded in his knee, Yukiyasu fled to Kumano, too (some say that he committed suicide at that time).
  865. Wow, you did cut, you're a father-killer,' 'Father, what are you talking about? That's enough,' and Danshichi released stage blood when he pressed Giheiji's mouth and brutally killed him knowing what would be coming while danjiri-bayashi was bent over.
  866. Wrap the tofu with a paper towel and put a weight on it to drain well.
  867. Wrapping
  868. Wrapping cloth was used as a cape of hero later because of foreign movies, American comics and others.
  869. Wrapping sarashi is Japanese original custom, and there is no similar custom in Europe nor America, nor in East Asia.
  870. Wrestlers can have shikiri as many times as they want (before time runs out if a time limit is set), but they do not have to repeat shikiri unless they need to.
  871. Wrestlers in the first dan (the lowest grade of the senior class) or higher grades are allowed to use a black belt.
  872. Wrestlers of Ozumo are called 'rikishi' or 'sumo-tori,' and the term 'osumo-san' is also used in conversations.
  873. Wrestlers with their fists touching the ground lock eyes with each other, and then rise to the attack at the same time.
  874. Wretched States in the Besieged Castle.
  875. Wrinkles in the face increase and skin is liable to become rough with aging, so makeup often gets heavier the older one gets in order to cover up these imperfections.
  876. Write my name three times on the palm of your hand as you pass through this quarter's Great Gate as your incantation and no whore can refuse you.'
  877. Write something better, because the audience are going to pay for it.'
  878. Writer and First Performance
  879. Writer of light literature and Eshi painter
  880. Writer of the texts: Aisen TAKASHIMA, Denpei JONO, Densuke NISHIDA, Jisuke OKADA, etc.
  881. Writer of the texts: Hakuen Matsubayashi, Encho SANYUTEI, etc.
  882. Writer unknown.
  883. Writers and Dramatists
  884. Writers including Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA, Junichiro TANIZAKI, Yukio MISHIMA, and Ranpo EDOGAWA favored Yositoshi's paintings.
  885. Writers of "selected poems" are invited to the Imperial Palace and their poems are recited (in the manner of the Ayanokojiryu School) in Matsu no Ma (State Room) at the ceremony of Utakai Hajime.
  886. Writers of five line poems have a choice on the number of syllables, as they are free from syllabic meter rules that are essential factors in rhythm poetry such as Tanka (thirty one syllable poems) and Haiku (seventeen syllable poems).
  887. Writers today sometimes describe their opinions about this battle, but many of them are conjectures based on no historical document.
  888. Writers: Gohei NAMIKI, Nanboku TSURUYA the fourth, and Mokuami KAWATAKE
  889. Writers: It was a collaboration between Izumo TAKEDA, Shoraku MIYOSHI, and Sosuke NAMIKI.
  890. Writing
  891. Writing Books
  892. Writing Box with Pontoon Bridge (Tokyo National Museum, National Treasure)
  893. Writing Box with Yugao (morning glory family), Makie-lacquerware
  894. Writing MINAMOTO no Ienaga on kaishi paper
  895. Writing Noh
  896. Writing Style
  897. Writing a Koden-bukuro
  898. Writing a Naka-bukuro
  899. Writing and marketing of songs for karaoke started.
  900. Writing books such as "Seiyoshi Kowa" (A Lecture on Western World History), "Furansu Daikakumeishi" (History of the Great French Revolution)" and "Naporeon Jidaishi" (History of Napoleon Era), Mitsukuri made a remarkable contribution to the community of historians to let them recognize the significance of the study of Western world history.
  901. Writing by Naozumi OCHIAI (deciphered sentence) is called "Bisha Shinji Kai.")
  902. Writing in ink on paper of Shittan ryakuki (Essentials of Sanskrit characters)
  903. Writing numerous books, he established the poetics of the Rokujo-To family.
  904. Writing of Daito-kokushi - The inka (master's certification of a disciple's completion of training) given by Shuho Myocho to his disciple Kanzan Egen.
  905. Writing of Daito-kokushi - Written by Shuho Myocho (Daito-kokushi) to his student Kanzan Egen (Myoshin-ji kaisan) when he conferred upon him the name 'Kanzan.'
  906. Writing of Emperor Kokaku; Jinpen Daibosatsugo chokusho
  907. Writing of Kanzan Egen - Ju Sohitsu Shojo dated the 2nd month of the lunar calendar 1356
  908. Writing of Shoichi-kokushi - Will dated the 17th day of the 10th month of the 3rd year of the Koan era (1280)
  909. Writing of the monk Yishan Yining - Xue Ye Zuo (dated 1315)
  910. Writing paper, ink and brushes were supplied by Zushoryo, shusa by Kurododokoro, and shafts by Mokuryo.
  911. Writing style
  912. Writing was Bunjin's duty and natural endowments.
  913. Writing: most commonly a storyteller uses a tenugui to represent a notebook or a piece of paper, and uses sensu fan like a writing brush.
  914. Writings
  915. Writings and Archives
  916. Writings and ancient documents
  917. Writings and revisions
  918. Writings by the emperors and imperials are called 'ofude' and treated with respect.
  919. Writings of Chikafusa KITABATAKE
  920. Writings of Shotoku Taishi
  921. Writings of Shuho Myocho (Daito-kokushi) - A will dated 1337.
  922. Writings of Shuho Myocho (Daito-kokushi) - Speculative gatha, sealed and certified by Nampo Jomin
  923. Writings of Tetto Giko
  924. Writings of Xutang Zhiyu
  925. Writings of Zeami
  926. Writings that were lost from this diary can be seen in other works including "Saikyuki" (record of court practices and usage, written by MINAMOTO no Takaaki in Chinese style) and "Hokuzansho" (a representative book of ceremonies for the Heian period written by FUJIWARA no Kinto).
  927. Writings/Books, Ancient Documents
  928. Writings: 'Singing My Praises.'
  929. Writings: 'This and that about Tsuruzo NAKAMURA.'
  930. Written Appointments among the Samurai Class (Kantojo)
  931. Written Works by Honen
  932. Written after 713: There is a description on kuchikami no sake in itsubun.
  933. Written and composed by Kanami, reproduced by Zeami
  934. Written by Atsumaro KONOE, edited by association for publication of Atsumaro KONOE's diaries "Atsumaro KONOE Diary" the first to fifth band (published by Kashima publication association, 1968~1969).
  935. Written by Atsumi KUMATA and published by Bensey Publishing Inc. in 2009.
  936. Written by Daigo IKEDA.
  937. Written by Dainanboku
  938. Written by Dainanboku.
  939. Written by Joko SEGAWA (the third), adapted by Genzo KATSU.
  940. Written by Kojiro Nobumitsu KANZE, Muromachi period.
  941. Written by Mitsuyo URAMATSU and proofed by Hirosaki NAITO.
  942. Written by Mokuami KAWATAKE.
  943. Written by Nagarjuna
  944. Written by Nanboku TSURUYA
  945. Written by Renzaburo SHIBATA.
  946. Written by Roko MIKUMA, a painter, in 1796.
  947. Written by Ryuju
  948. Written by Seika MAYAMA.
  949. Written by Sosuke NAMIKI.
  950. Written by Tenjin
  951. Written by Tenjin (Vasubandhu Bosatsu)
  952. Written by Zeami in his final years and likely published before July and August of 1432.
  953. Written copies are also kept in the Imperial Household Archives of the Historiographical Institute at the University of Tokyo, and Tohoku University.
  954. Written documents of the Sanjonishi Family are variously housed in institutions such as Gakushuin University, the University of Tokyo, the National Archives of Japan, Kokuritsu Kokubungaku Rekishi Shiryoukan, Waseda University, University of California, Tenri University and Nihon University.
  955. Written from 1478 to 1618 by the priest Eishun and so on.
  956. Written in 1355 or 1489: The writer is unclear.
  957. Written in 1430.
  958. Written in 1697 by Hitsudai HITOMI.
  959. Written in 1713 by Ryoan TERASHIMA.
  960. Written in 1799 by Kenkado KIMURA.
  961. Written in 1853 by Morisada KITAGAWA.
  962. Written in 712 by O no Yasumaro and so on.
  963. Written in 720 by the Imperial Prince Toneri and so on.
  964. Written in 927 by FUJIWARA no Tadahira and so on.
  965. Written in Chinese, it was arranged in chronological order and comprised 40-volumes, 10 of which are extant.
  966. Written in Kana (Japanese syllabary characters)
  967. Written in an oraimono (exchange of letters) style, Teikin Orai was an elementary textbook used as a copybook and reader at Terakoya (temple elementary schools during the Edo period).
  968. Written in c.1687: The writer is unclear.
  969. Written in c.716: There is a description on the sake made by the mold on dried boiled rice.
  970. Written in c.868 by KOREMUNE no Naomoto.
  971. Written in graceful classical Japanese style, the stories are strongly influenced by "The Tale of Genji" and waka poetry, with story details also differing considerably from their Chinese originals.
  972. Written in literary Japanese and Chinese words.
  973. Written in manyo-gana: 都流藝多知 伊与餘刀具倍之 伊尓之敝由 佐夜氣久於比弖 伎尓之曾乃名曾
  974. Written in pseudo-Chinese style, Teikin Orai covered a wide range of topics on general knowledge including lifestyle, vocation, territory management, architecture, law, duty, Buddhism, weapons, education, and medical treatment.
  975. Written when he was 18 years old, it is the only remaining writing of Emperor Takakura, who died at an early age.
  976. Written with the intention of being a successor to the Six National Histories, it covers approximately 200 years, the reigns of 15 emperors from that of Emperor Uda up to February 1092 during the reign of Emperor Horikawa, when the Regency government was weakening.
  977. Wrongdoing includes killing animals in addition to murder, theft.
  978. Wrongdoings of Sagaemon were revealed, disowning Isonojo was dissolved, and Nagamatsu accompanied by Sabu and Okaji tied up Danshichi with rope, but a reduction of sentence was promised by Hyodayu.
  979. Wrote ""Shobogenzo" (Treasury of the Eye of True Teaching), which is his main work.
  980. Wrote "Rissho ankoku ron" (the Treatise for Spreading Peace Throughout the Country by Establishing the True Teaching).
  981. Wrote "The Dutch Medical Plant Diagrams."
  982. Wrote a book "Utai wo hajimeru hito no tame ni" (for people who start Noh chanting) (Ikeda Shoten [Publisher], 1964).
  983. Wrote illustrations for the serial novel 'Bokyo no michi (Road in nostalgia) ' by Kenzo KITAKATA in the morning paper of 'Nihon keizai shinbun'
  984. Wu Chin Ts'ang of Sangai-kyo (Three Stages Sect) in the Tang Dynasty of China.
  985. Wu Chinese bamboo was Henon bamboo.
  986. Wu Pin, a picture scroll of the 500 followers of Buddha (Cleveland Museum of Art), light color on paper, the late Ming period
  987. Wu Ze-tian
  988. Wu-shui-gu (20 poems each including 15 lines of five characters): This name is originated from the head portion of it, 'wu-shui-ji-qing'.
  989. Wude Luli
  990. Wuhan University
  991. Wushe Incident
  992. Wushe Incident was one of the biggest anti-Japanese movements in the late stage.
  993. Wuzhun Shifan bokuseki on silk (Enni's certification as a Zen Master) - Written in 1237 during the Southern Song period.
  994. X-ray examinations have revealed that, although the 'keshiki' (literally meaning landscape, this term describes the unforeseen changes such as warping, spots etc in the ceramic) and other surface features that appear to be glaze are in fact repairs using lacquer.
  995. XX-kochi' (XX campus) is the official name at Doshisha University.
  996. Xaverian Missionaries
  997. Xaverio Gakuen (school) (The Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception)
  998. Xavier Campana (food service industry chain based in Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture).
  999. Xavier Memorial Monument (Kagamigawa-cho, Hirado City)
  1000. Xavier Park (Sakai Ward, Sakai City)

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