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  1. Xavier Park where the monument stands has statues of Xavier, Yajiro, and Bernado (built in 1999 as 450th year memorial of Xavier's arrival) and 'Kagoshima St. Xavier's Cathedral' located next to the park.
  2. Xavier and the Japanese
  3. Xavier became a manager of missionaries in November 1548, left Goa with a Jesuit member Cosme de Torres, monk Juan Fern?ndez (missionary), Chinese named Manuel, Indian named Amador, and three Japanese including Yaijro baptized in Goa.
  4. Xavier considered Japanese as 'the most excellent nationals among people of different religions.'
  5. Xavier headed to Bunko Province hearing that a Portuguese ship arrived there in September 1551.
  6. Xavier is considered as the patron saint of Australia, Borneo, China, East Indian islands, Goa, Japan, and New Zealand.
  7. Xavier learned that he could not have an audience with the emperor without articles for presentation, gave up, and left Kyoto only within the 11 days of staying there.
  8. Xavier left Japan in 1551, but Fernandez died in Hirado City in 1567 and Torres died in Shiki of Amakusa (Reihoku-cho, Kumamoto Prefecture) in 1570.
  9. Xavier stopped using the term 'Dainichi' once he learned of the mistake and began to use Latin, 'Deus' as it was.
  10. Xavier wanted to debate with the monks at Enryaku-ji Temple, but was denied entry to the Mt. Hiei.
  11. Xavier was a Basque word with an Ibero-Romance accent for the 'new house,' Etxebarria (etxe' is 'house' and 'barria' is 'new'), and was the castle name where he was born (Kingdom of the Navarre or the current Navarre and was Nafarroako in Basque).
  12. Xavier was among them.
  13. Xavier was beatified as a saint on October 25, 1619 by Pope Paul V (Roman Catholic Pope), and with Ignatius OF LOYOLA canonized by Gregory XV (Roman Catholic Pope) along on March 12, 1622.
  14. Xavier was born on April 7, 1506 and grew up in the aristocratic residence of Xavier Castle near Pamplona, Navarre in current Spain.
  15. Xavier was ordained a priest along with five men who were with Ignatius by bishop Vincenzo Negusanti at a church in Venice in June 1537.
  16. Xavier' (Oita Prefecture)
  17. Xavier's Honor' (Okashi no Kobai (Kobai Snacks) in Kumamoto Prefecture)
  18. Xavier, who knew from prior experience that the external appearance was valued everywhere when meeting nobles, made his party wear beautiful garments and presented Ouchi with unusual products of culture.
  19. Xavier, who listened to Yajiro, began to feel strongly about doing missionary work in Japan that had not been exposed to Christianity.
  20. Xenophobia was strong in Ikuno tenryo, as the wealthy farmer Kunimichi KITAGAKI proclaimed the 'Noheiron' (Farmers to the arms doctrine) which said that conscripted farmers should defend the coast and the magistrate of Ikuno Itaro KAWAKAMI favored this movement.
  21. Xi'an
  22. Xi'an Jiaotong University
  23. Xian City (People's Republic of China): The city established a friendship-city relationship with Xian City on May 10, 1974.
  24. Xian-feng copy: This is said to be the oldest copy and 480 characters are able to be read.
  25. Xianqi CHEN, who had became setsudoshi of Waisei because of his accomplishment in killing Xilie LI in Waisei, was defeated by Shaocheng WU.
  26. Xiantong Si White Stupa in Wutaishan
  27. Xianyang City, Shanxi Province, China (July 24, 1986)
  28. Xianzong suppressed, captured, and punished Pi LIU by slaying him with his sword.
  29. Xianzong was murdered by a eunuch in 820.
  30. Xidian University
  31. Xijing Dadingfu (Dading City today)
  32. Xijing Henanfu (Luoyang city today)
  33. Xijing Yalufu (Linjiang City, Jilin Province today)
  34. Xilituzhao ラマ in Hohhot
  35. Xin-xing
  36. Xinyang Maojian
  37. Xiyuansi Temple (Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province China)
  38. Xu Sangeng's effects
  39. Xuansha Giving a Sermon
  40. Xuanzong came up with various policies for countermeasures.
  41. Xuanzong fled to Shu, Crown Prince Heng sought help from the setsudoshi of Shuofang, and the reign of Suzong (Tang) began.
  42. Xutang Zhiyu bokseki - Southern Song period
  43. Xuzhou, at least, which is inscribed on one of the mirrors, cannot be said to have been one of the territories of Wu.
  44. Xylose
  45. YA-row sounds were as follows:
  46. YAJIMA no Tsubone (wet nurse for Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, the 4th shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan, then senior lady-in waiting during the Ietsuna's period)
  47. YAKIRI's theory is based on an article within the book entitled, "Posthumous Writings of Ieyasu" (from March 25, 1614), where it is written that "Hidetada's eldest son was Takechiyo, born from Kasaga no Tsubone, and was the 3rd Shogun Iemitsu, Minister of the Left."
  48. YAKO no Tamafuru (or YAKO no Fumibito no Oyatamafuru) ? - ?
  49. YAMABE no AKAHITO (dates of birth and death unknown) was a poet who lived during the Nara Period.
  50. YAMABE no Akahito
  51. YAMABE no Mahito Kasa (demoted from nobility to subject in 764, returned to the Imperial Family in 774)
  53. YAMADA had advocated expanding military activities to the Chinese continent, so at this interview he preached to OSHIMA that 'you should blame Joseon Dynasty for their breach of contract to conquer them.'
  54. YAMADA no Hachiemon
  55. YAMAGATA ordered Kinmochi SAIONJI to form a government but SAIONJI refused it firmly and recommended Takashi HARA.
  56. YAMAGUCHI excelled in rekido and was also a renowned expert in mathematics, receiving the Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade) in 721 followed by an official designation as the master torchbearer of mathematics in 730.
  57. YAMAGUCHI had contributed an article of argument and consideration titled "Kick the parents" to Heimin Shinbun (Commoner's Newspaper) (No.59) in March 1907, severely criticizing the feudal family system.
  58. YAMAGUCHI no Imikitanushi ? - ?
  59. YAMAGUCHI no Oguchiatai
  60. YAMAHE no Yasumaro
  61. YAMAHE no Yasumaro (date of birth and death unknown) lived during Japan's Asuka period.
  62. YAMAHE no Yasumaro was in this party.
  63. YAMANAM pulled Akesato into his arms, and promised to see her again; Akesato didn't know what would happen to him.
  64. YAMANAMI looked on Akesato with lonely eyes, and they exchanged words for twenty or thirty minutes.
  65. YAMANAMI paid for miuke (redeem, buy the freedom of a geisha from her employer) for Akesato.
  66. YAMANAMI told Akesato to go back to Tamba as he would go back to the place where he quartered.
  67. YAMANAMI who was losing his influence in Shinsengumi went to the prostitute house where Osuzu was.
  68. YAMANOUE no Asomifunanushi ? - ?
  69. YAMANOUE no Okura
  70. YAMANOUE no Okura and Doji also participated in the diplomatic mission.
  71. YAMANOUE no Okura was also an official of the Kyushu dynasty, but later served the Yamato kingship.
  72. YAMANOUE no Soji ki (The Record of Soji YAMANOUE)
  73. YAMANOUE no Soji ki is a book of secrets written in 1588 by Soji YAMANOUE, who was a highly regarded disciple of SEN no Rikyu.
  74. YAMANOUE no Soji ki was highly regarded as a valid reference material of the Tensho era, and came to be regarded as the most important material in discussing the 'wabicha' conducted by the merchant class in the city of Sakai.
  75. YAMAO and Hirobumi ITO assassinated Tadatomi HANAWA in 1862.
  76. YAMASHIRO no Atai Obayashi was one of the toneris among the party, but nothing else is known about him.
  77. YAMASHIRO no Hitate (or YAMASHIRO no Omihitate) ? - ?
  78. YAMASHIRO no Obayashi
  79. YAMASHIRO no Obayashi (year of birth and death unknown) was person of the Asuka Period in Japan.
  80. YAMASHIRO no Wobayashi' is the reading of his name in the old Japanese syllabary characters.
  81. YAMASHIROBE no Oda
  82. YAMASHIROBE no Oda (year of birth unknown - January, 699) is a person who lived during Japan's Asuka Period.
  83. YAMASHIROBE no Oda and ATO no Akafu were sent to the Tokaido region.
  84. YAMATA no Furutsugu
  85. YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto in "Dainihonshi ryaku zue" and 'FUJIWARA no Yasumasa gekka byobuzu' produced in 1883 are well-known.
  86. YAMATO no Aya no Koma
  87. YAMATO no Aya no Koma (year of birth unknown - 592) is a person duing the Asuka Period.
  88. YAMATO no Aya no Koma subsequently abducted a daughter of Umako, Kawakami no irazume, to make her his wife.
  89. YAMATO no Ayano Atai attained Kabane of Muraji on June 29, 682.
  90. YAMATO no Muraji attained Kabane of Imiki on July 29, 685.
  91. YAMATO no Nagaoka and YAKO no Mami (39,668 square meters for each), YATSUME no Mushimaro and SHIOYA no Kichimaro (49,585 square meters for each), and KUDARA no Hitonari (39,668 square meters)
  92. YAMATO no Ototsugu's name also indicates that he was a member of a clan that had been naturalized as Japanese citizens.
  93. YANA Koju (NANIWA no mura Koju) ? - ?
  94. YANA was from Goguryeo.
  95. YANA was given a kabane (surname) of Naniwa no muaji.
  96. YASHIRO, a scholar, worked hard to collect high-quality artworks not according to his personal taste but systematically.
  97. YASUDA is an uncle of Yoko ONO.
  98. YATSUHASHI applied this scale to the koto and moved away from tuning based on the conventional ritsuonkai scale towards new tuning methods based on the miyakobushi scale, namely the hirajoshi (literally tranquil tuning) and kumoijoshi (tuning based on hirajoshi tuning) methods.
  99. YK-45
  100. YK-71
  101. YO no Mahito ? - ?
  102. YO no Masuhito (Kudara no Asomi Masuhito) ? - ?
  103. YO no Yasukatsu ? - ?
  104. YO was given a kabane (surname) of Kudara ason.
  105. YOKOSO! JAPAN WEEKS is held over the new year period to introduce the charms of wintertime Japan and to attract travelers from East Asian countries.
  106. YOKOSO! JAPAN supporter: v-u-den
  108. YOKOSO! JAPAN' is a slogan extending a welcome to foreign tourists to Japan and which forms part of the logo of the Visit Japan Campaign.
  109. YOKOYAMA later worked for Makino.
  110. YOSHIDA left a large volume of letters, diaries and other memos, totaling some 2,700 items, which are kept at the Kyoto University, titled 'Kiyonari YOSHIDA Archives.'
  111. YOSHIDA was a high-caliber disciple of Kenzo AWA.
  112. YOSHIMINE no Kiyokaze
  113. YOSHIMINE no Kiyokaze (year of birth unknown-May 10, 863) was a Court noble in the Heian period.
  114. YOSHIMINE no Kiyokaze was the grandson of Emperor Kammu.
  115. YOSHIMINE no Moroki
  116. YOSHIMINE no Moroki (862 - November 13, 920) was a nobleman during the early Heian period.
  117. YOSHIMINE no Munesada
  118. YOSHIMINE no Nagamatsu
  119. YOSHIMINE no Nagamatsu (813 - December 30, 879) was a government official who lived during the Heian period.
  120. YOSHIMINE no Yasuyo
  121. YOSHIMINE no Yasuyo (785-August 2, 830) was a court noble during the early Heian period.
  122. YOSHIMINE no Yasuyo (YOSHIMINE no Asomi Yasuyo) (802)
  123. YOSHIMURA and his comrades visited NAKAYAMA's residence on September 26 and invited out Tadamitsu to Hoko-ji Temple.
  124. YOSHIMURA hastened back to Tosa and tried to convince Tosa Kinnoto to also leave the clan and join the plot, but Takechi's was kyohan-kinno (loyalty to the Emperor by whole clan) and did not to follow Yoshimura.
  125. YOSHINAGA's argument is supported by historians including Kojiro NAOKI, but it is questioned by Takeshi SOKURA and Hideki ARAI, who claims that YOSHINAGA is 'too inquisitive.'
  126. YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane
  127. YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane (about 931 - December 3, 1002) was a bunjin (educated person with an ability of good writing) and Confucian in the mid Heian period.
  128. YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane collected biographies of people who attained gokuraku ojo (peaceful death) by Amida worship and wrote the "Nihon ojo gokurakuki" (Japanese records of birth into the Pure Land).
  129. YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane, a literati of that time who was also a middle class aristocrat, started the Nenbutsu kessha 'Kangakukai' and started to practice Jodo Sect religion.
  130. YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane, who was also the editor of "Nihon ojo gokurakuki" (Japanese records of birth into the Pure Land), drafted the 'Nijugozanmai kisho' which stated:
  131. YU and PARK insisted that the words 'imperial' and 'imperial order' written in the sovereign's message delivered by the Tsushima clan was not a statement to Korea but simply showed Japan's pride, and that to reject the acceptance of the message would be to oppose 'the way to peace and amity.'
  132. YUGE no Dokyo
  133. YUGE no Dokyo, a Hosso sect priest, earned Retired Empress Koken's trust and advanced in his career since he cured her illness.
  134. YUGE no Ganpo
  135. YUGE no Ganpo was a person who lived in Japan in the Asuka period.
  136. YUGE no Kiyohito
  137. YUGE no Kiyohito (date of birth and death unknown) was a Kugyo (high court noble) who lived in the Nara period.
  138. YUGE no Koreo (弓削是雄) ? - ?
  139. YUGE no Toyoho
  140. YUGE no Toyoho is a person in the Tumulus period of Japan.
  141. YUKAWA himself, however, had not lived in Wakayama Prefecture.
  142. YUKAWA wrote in his autobiography, "The days after we moved to Kyoto can be recollected but those before Kyoto cannot be. Therefore, Kyoto may be called my hometown."
  143. Ya (house) fushin:
  144. Ya and mo are silent in modern sho because they do not contain a reeds.
  145. Yaba SHIDA
  146. Yaba and yokyuba archery ranges run by matoya (stall-keepers) were closely related with yujo (a prostitute) and gambling (a pleasure place for winning prizes such as rifle ranges of smart ball, hot-spring resort, and hotels), that led to the establishment of an Act Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses, etc..
  147. Yabaga was punished by bakufu.
  148. Yabakei: Valley existing in Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture
  149. Yabase
  150. Yabase no kihan (Sailing Back to Yabase)
  151. Yabasekihanto Island is an artificial island built on landfill for sewage plants.
  152. Yabe Zenni
  153. Yabe Zenni (1187 - May 23, 1256) was a woman from the Miura clan who lived from the early to middle Kamakura period.
  154. Yabiya (rocket fireworks) and volley fireworks are banned.
  155. Yabo (rudeness)
  156. Yabo (unrefined, gauche)
  157. Yabu Station and Yoka Station commenced operations.
  158. Yabu soba is green-colored noodles made from buckwheat flour milled with green buckwheat berry chaff.
  159. Yabuhara-juku Station on Nakasen-do Road, hatago 'Komeya' (Kiso Village, Kiso-gun, Nagano Prefecture)
  160. Yabukita
  161. Yabunouchi School: Kenchu YABUNOUCHI, the fellow junior disciple of Rikyu.
  162. Yabusame
  163. Yabusame (horseback archery) contests were held frequently.
  164. Yabusame (shooting arrows from a galloping horse)
  165. Yabusame (the art of shooting arrows on horseback)
  166. Yabusame ceremony
  167. Yabusame demonstrations around the country
  168. Yabusame in court noble style official costume is handed down by an organization called 'Tadasu no Mori Yabusame Jinji hozonkai' (Yabusame in Tadasu no Mori Preservation Association).
  169. Yabusame is performed on the third Saturday of April at a specially constructed riding course which is near the Sumida-gawa River under the auspices of Taito Ward, Tokyo.
  170. Yabusame is the Japanese traditional skill, practice and rite of shooting whistling arrows from a galloping horse.
  171. Yachihoko (Yachihoko no kami, another name of Okuninushi) went to Koshi-no-kuni where he wanted to take Nunakawa-hime to wife, so he exchanged poetry with her.
  172. Yachihoko no Kami:
  173. Yachihoko no kami, in her confusion, tried to run away, but Yamato no kuni presented a waka (Japanese poem) urging him not to go, and eventually the two deities harmoniously settled at Izumo-taisha Shrine.
  174. Yachiyo INOUE
  175. Yachiyo INOUE III (born Haruko KATAYAMA) choreographed the dance.
  176. Yachiyo INOUE is the name given to the head of the INOUE School.
  177. Yachiyo INOUE the 1st
  178. Yachiyo INOUE the 2nd
  179. Yachiyo INOUE the 3rd
  180. Yachiyo INOUE the 4th
  181. Yachiyo INOUE the 5th
  182. Yachiyo INOUE the Fifth is his older sister.
  183. Yachiyo INOUE the fourth: Yachiyo INOUE was one of the best dancers of the age and was certified as the holder of an Important Intangible Cultural Property (also called "Living National Treasure," certified by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology).
  184. Yachiyo INOUE the second, who was the head of the Inoue school of Kyomai (Kyoto dancing), learned the performance of the Kongo school, and introduced its elements to the Inoue school performance.
  185. Yachiyo INOUE, the Fourth head of the Inoue school of Kyoto dancing is his grandmother.
  186. Yachiyo INOUE, the fifth head of the Inoue school of Kyoto dancing, is his wife.
  187. Yachiyo tayu
  188. Yachiyo tayu was Shimabara tayu (the highest-ranking geisha in Shimabara, a geisha district in Kyoto), whose birth date was June 15, 1635, and death date is unknown.
  189. Yada style.
  190. Yada-date
  191. Yadaijin
  192. Yadaijin is one of the two deity statures in Zuijin (Imperial guards during the Heian period) costumes that are placed at the both sides of Zuijin-mon gate, holding bows and arrows on the observer's left.
  193. Yadorigi
  194. Yadorigi (The Ivy)
  195. Yadoriki is one of the 54 chapters of "The Tale of Genji."
  196. Yadoriki' here is kakekotoba (pun) on words both 'yadorigi' (another name for ivy) and 'yadoriki' (once stayed).
  197. Yadoya no Tomi (Lottery and Innkeeper)
  198. Yae
  199. Yae IBUKA, his daughter, was a nurse dedicated to relief of leprosy patients.
  200. Yae NIIZIMA
  201. Yae NIIZIMA (1845 - 1932) was a Japanese woman who lived from the closing days of the Tokugawa shogunate until the early Showa period.
  202. Yae learned such as English because she had a good foresight, and was called a Christian lady due to her Western clothes and hair style after baptized and married with Niijima.
  203. Yae no kata (Nagamasa's wife, Shichiro's mother)?
  204. Yae rendered services by serving as a volunteer nurse during the Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War, and as a result, she was awarded a silver cup at the enthronement ceremony held on the occasion of the Emperor Showa's accession to the throne in 1928.
  205. Yaegaki-jinja Shrine (Matsue City, Shimane Prefecture)
  206. Yaegiri Kuruwa Banashi
  207. Yaegiri returned to her hometown and gave birth to Kintaro, upon the death of Sakata, she decided not go back to Kyoto, but raised Kintaro in her hometown.
  208. Yaeko NOGAMI
  209. Yaemon HIGASHIYAMA has usually been seen as the originator of Najio paper manufacturing by local residents, and a monument to honor his contribution as the originator of paper-makers (a monument to the originator of paper-making) was built by his colleagues in 1855.
  210. Yaemon KANMURI and others lost the case at the second court and faced a strict levy of legal costs and arrears of farm rent.
  211. Yaemon, the 11th named himself Toramasa after being bestowed the Chinese character "虎" (a tiger, pronounced 'tora'), from Nobunaga ODA.
  212. Yafunekukunochi-no-mikoto is considered to be one of the enshrined deities of Jotoshiki (the roof-laying ceremony).
  213. Yagamihime was afraid of his principal wife Suseribime, so she pierced Kinomata no kami into a fork in a tree and went back to her parents' home.
  214. Yagawa-jinja Shrine
  215. Yagawa-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Morishiri, Konan-cho, Koka City.
  216. Yagawaehime no mikoto is also described as 八河江比売 or 矢河枝比売 in Chinese characters.
  217. Yagenbori, Shichimiya, and Yawataya Isogoro are listed as the three major shichimi togarashi in Japan.
  218. Yagi Branch: Tel 0771-68-0020, Fax 0771-42-5616
  219. Yagi House (former Shinsengumi Tonsho or headquarters)
  220. Yagi Station - Yoshitomi Station - Sonobe Station
  221. Yagi's Double Year Theory
  222. Yagi's Double Year Theory is a theory that Soji YAGI insists the existence of mythological Emperors.
  223. Yagi-cho absorbed Kamiyoshi-mura, Kita-Kuwada-gun.
  224. Yagi-cho absorbed Yoshitomi-mura, Tomimoto-mura and Shinjo-mura.
  225. Yagi-cho, Imai-cho, Unebi-cho, Masuge-mura, Kamogimi-mura, Takaichi County, and Miminashi-mura, Shiki County were incorporated as Kashihara City.
  226. Yagi-jo Castle (Tanba Province)
  227. Yagi-jo Castle is a well-known mountain castle but there are many unclear points.
  228. Yagi-jo Castle was a castle which existed in the vicinity of Yagi, Yagi-cho, Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture and Kozaki, Miyazaki-cho, Kameoka City.
  229. Yagi-jo Castle was becoming the base of missionary work by the Society of Jesus in Tanba Province.
  230. Yagi-jo Castle, being a robust castle utilizing its rough landscape, could not be taken easily, and Mitsuhide AKECHI offered peace negotiations to Arikatsu NAITO.
  231. Yagio - Sangenjaya (Hongu-cho, Tanabe City) - National Highway 168
  232. Yagiri in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture, is connected with Shibamata Taishakuten, Katsushika Ward, Tokyo Prefecture by waterway transportation of 'watashibune (ferry),' that is, an old Japanese boat, which is famous as 'Yagiri No Watashi' (ferry that has been taking passengers across the Edo-gawa River for nearly 400 years).
  233. Yago before Meiji
  234. Yagokoro (八意) means a lot of wisdom, or thinking from someone else's standpoint.
  235. Yagoro YAMASHITA, a merchant of Shibushi port, offered to transport them to Kinai region at the same charge as transporting rice; he said he had received an oracle from Kannon (Buddhist deity of mercy).
  236. Yagoro deliberately sank the ship in order to put the two huge timbers onto it.
  237. Yagoro used the same ship sinking method when he unloaded the timbers.
  238. Yaguchi iwai (Shinto rituals)
  239. Yagumo-Jinja Shrine
  240. Yagumo-goto
  241. Yagumo-jinja Shrine at Tokiwa, standing next to the Enkyu-ji Temple once belonged to the temple and called Tennosha.
  242. Yagura (Turret)
  243. Yagura (fortress turret)
  244. Yagura (literally armor storage): unknown.
  245. Yagura annexed to a major Yagura were called Tsuzuki-Yagura (linking turrets) and Yagura attached to Tenshu were called Tsuke-Yagura (attached tower).
  246. Yagura in other styles
  247. Yagura in shogi
  248. Yagura named based on the specific usage might be served for feudal lord's lifestyle and interest.
  249. Yagura refers to a turret, built in a fortress, as a guard tower or a watchtower.
  250. Yagura' is one of the chigai-dana types in the shoin-zukuri style (a traditional Japanese style of residential architecture that includes a small alcove).
  251. Yagura-mon Gate
  252. Yagyo
  253. Yagyu "柳生" was also written as "楊生," "夜岐布," "夜支布, " and "養父," and they are considered to have been pronounced "yagiu."
  254. Yagyu Domain
  255. Yagyu Domain was the ruler of Yagyu-go Village, Sonokami no kori County, Yamato Province (modern day Yagyu District, Nara City).
  256. Yagyu Shingan school
  257. Yagyu no Tokusei Hibun (The Inscription of Tokusei at Yagyu)
  258. Yagyu no Tokusei Hibun is an inscription on the stone monument found at Yagyu Town, Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
  259. Yagyu-do Tea House
  260. Yah, grandpa is doing that.'
  261. Yahachi KAWAI: He was the Deputy Grand Chamberlain.
  262. Yahahairo (Tohoku)
  263. Yahan GOTO, a haiku poet, and Tokuzo GOTO, a Noh actor of the shite-kata Kita school and Living National Treasure, are his older brothers.
  264. Yahan GOTO, a haiku poet, is his older brother.
  265. Yahantei Hokkucho (after the death of Hajin HAYANO, Ganto and other pupils edited this work)
  266. Yahashira-jinja Shrine
  267. Yahashirasha (Shimohachioji) Gonansanjoshin
  268. Yahata Hachimangu Shrine (Yahata Hachimangu in Buzen Ayahata-go) in Shida-machi, Chikujo-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture, said to be the origin of Usa Hachimangu Shrine and now known as Kintomi-jinja Shrine, is uniquely known as the sacred place in which Hachiman first manifested himself.
  269. Yahata Onsen Hot Spring (Mameo district): Go through Nara Prefectural Road No.16 Yoshino-Higashiyoshino Route from around Washika, Higashiyoshino Village, and then go along the Shigo-gawa River from Ogawa District (around the village office).
  270. Yahata Onsen Hot Spring: sodium hydrocarbonate springs, and senon (hot spring temperature) is 20 degrees Celsius.
  271. Yahata-jinja Shrine (which has long been called Yai-jinja Shrine) in Yamamoto-cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture is considered to be a place related to this legend.
  272. Yahatakohyo-jinja Shrine's Kugutsu-no-mai puppet dance and sumo wrestling (January 11, 1983)
  273. Yahe Kanamaru (Akizane) HORIBE
  274. Yahei OZAKI
  275. Yahei OZAKI (years of birth and death unknown) was a member of the Miburoshigumi (Mibu masterless warriors group) which was the forerunner of the Shinsengumi (literally, the newly selected corps, referring to a special police force for the Tokugawa regime).
  276. Yahei OZAKI: Died November 17, 1865 from illness
  277. Yahei TOYAMA
  278. Yahei TOYAMA (1843 - May 22, 1868) was a member of the Shinsengumi (a special police force of the late Tokugawa shogunate period) and Goryo-eji (guard of Imperial mausoleums).
  279. Yahei joined the Miburoshigumi in around June or July, 1863, as his name appeared in a 'List of Signers for Official Documents Submitted to the Shogunate' ('Bakufu Teishutsu Josho Shomeisha Ichiran' in Japanese) which was dated July 10, 1863.
  280. Yaheiji YUKI
  281. Yaheiji YUKI (1543 - year of death unknown) was a Christian bushi (Christian samurai).
  282. Yahiko MISHIMA
  283. Yahiko MISHIMA (February 23, 1886 - February 1, 1954) was an athlete of track and field in the Meiji period.
  284. Yahiko-jinja Shrine's Toro Oshi lantern carrying festival and bugaku dance (May 22, 1978; Yahiko-mura, Nishikanbara-gun; Yahiko-jinja Bugaku Toro Shinji Hozonkai [Yahiko-jinja Shrine Bugaku and Toro Shinto Rituals Preservation Association])
  285. Yaichi HOSHO
  286. Yaichi HOSHO (July 2, 1908 - March 11, 1985) was a Nohgakushi (Noh actor) playing waki (supporting roles) of Shimogakari-Hosho-ryu school.
  287. Yaichi HOSHO is his second daughter's husband; Kan HOSHO is his grandson.
  288. Yaizu City, Shizuoka Prefecture
  289. Yajima no tubone
  290. Yajiri (arrowheads) of the Jomon period were thin and triangular-shaped.
  291. Yajiri: an arrowhead
  292. Yajiro SHINAGAWA
  293. Yajiro SHINAGAWA (November 20, 1843 - February 26, 1900) was a Japanese samurai (a feudal retainer of the Choshu clan) and statesman.
  294. Yajiro SHINAGAWA and Tosuke HIRATA were busily engaged in legislation.
  295. Yajiro SHINAGAWA introduced Shirane to Munemitsu MUTSU as the 'Spirited Vice Minister'.
  296. Yajirobe TOCHIMENYA, a resident of Edo Hatchobori (Chuo Ward, Tokyo) and Kitahachi, his freeloader, decide to visit Ise-jingu Shrine to get rid of their bad luck, and they travel the Tokai-do road from Edo to Ise-jingu Shrine, and further on to Kyoto and Osaka.
  297. Yajuro TAKAHASHI, a younger brother of Sezaemon, wants revenge against Daigakunosuke, but cannot do anything because Daigakunosuke is his lord.
  298. Yajuro meets Daigakunosuke and his gang at Enma-do Temple.
  299. Yajuro successfully kills Daigakunosuke with the spearhead.
  300. Yajuro, being unable to refuse, explains to Satsuki what fidelity is, floating a leaf of Japanese iris on a pond and saying, 'a lord is a ship, a vassal is water,' and Satsuki, knowing that he is prepared to commit seppuku if she refuses, obeys him in tears.
  301. Yajuro, disguising himself as a Buddhist monk and changing his name to Gappo, sets out with Satsuki on a journey for revenge.
  302. Yajuro, having been tricked, fights alone a fierce battle against many enemies.
  303. Yajuro, having realized what has happened, is bemused because it is his older brother-in-law who has done it.
  304. Yakabe no Oji
  305. Yakai Vol. 5
  306. Yakai maki: This hairstyle was popular at intervals at the Meiji Period and after.
  307. Yakaimaki (Meiji Period; Worn by young women and married women)
  308. Yakako no iratsume was a daughter of the gunji (district manager) of Yamada County, Iga Province.'
  309. Yakakuteikinsho (oldest extant calligraphic treatise in Japan)
  310. Yakami hime was the first wife of Onamuji no kami.
  311. Yakamochi as a poet
  312. Yakamochi's strength as a politician is demonstrated by the fact that although he was promoted to Sangi (councilor) in 780, he was expelled from the capital after being suspected of involvement in HIKAMI no Kawatsugu's plot (HIKAMI no Kawatsugu's Rebellion).
  313. Yakata
  314. Yakata means a mansion of exalted personage such as kuge (court nobles) and buke (samurai families).
  315. Yakata-bune Boat (a roofed pleasure boat)
  316. Yakata-bune is a kind of Japanese boat and is a roofed ship with zashiki (tatami room) for use in festivals and enjoying food on a ship.
  317. Yakata-bune was used as a place to exchange information for main characters, Ukon HAYAMI and Shogen MUKAI, in Yabure Bugyo, a historical television drama based on Fukagawa, Edo.
  318. Yakatsugu goes down in history as the founder of the Untei (the first public library in Japan).
  319. Yakatsugu's death also marked the decline of the Isonokami clan in power, due to the rise of other powerful noble clans including the Fujiwara.
  320. Yaki Curry (baked curry)
  321. Yaki curry (baked curry)
  322. Yaki imo
  323. Yaki kamaboko (roasted kamaboko)
  324. Yaki-Dofu
  325. Yaki-Udon
  326. Yaki-Udon is an Udon noodle version of Yakisoba (fried soba).
  327. Yaki-fu is produced in various regions including the Iwafune district of Murakami City, Niigata Prefecture, Yamagata Prefecture and Okinawa Prefecture.
  328. Yaki-gyoza (a fried dumpling stuffed with minced pork): Gyoza dishes were eaten in Manchuria, but their ingredients and frying method have been transformed uniquely in Japan.
  329. Yaki-ire (Quenching)
  330. Yaki-manju
  331. Yaki-mochi (toasted mochi)
  332. Yaki-soba (fried soba): Yaki udon (stir-fried udon noodles) and soba-meshi (a dish in which both soba and boiled rice are mixed and fried) derived from yaki-soba.
  333. Yakiba-tsuchi soil (soil used for quenching) is applied thinly and evenly over the Hirachi (blade side), then Hamon (blade pattern) is designed with a writing brush using Yakiba-tsuchi soil for quenching for Hamon.
  334. Yakiboshi (fish broiled over charcoal)
  335. Yakichi SHIBAYAMA (柴山矢吉), who slew them, is said to have gone insane later.
  336. Yakidofu (grilled bean curd) (this is frequently used due to it holding its form better than normal bean curd):
  337. Yakidofu (grilled tofu)
  338. Yakidofu is mainly used.
  339. Yakigama-jinja Shrine
  340. Yakigawa-sakura-mochi (baked-skin cherry mochi) (chomeiji)
  341. Yakiimo (baked sweet potato) vendor
  342. Yakikata cook:
  343. Yakimochi (fried rice cake)
  344. Yakimono
  345. Yakimono (roasted dishes)
  346. Yakimono and Sunomono
  347. Yakimono is the third dish of the meal and also contains one soup and three side dishes.
  348. Yakiniku
  349. Yakiniku (roasted meat): Meat grilled directly over a fire is included.
  350. Yakiniku Day
  351. Yakiniku is thought to have originated in Japan.
  352. Yakiniku seasonings generally used in Japan include a sauce (yakiniku no tare) which is a comprised of ingredients such as soy sauce, rice wine, sugar, garlic and sesame, salt, pepper and lemon.
  353. Yakiniku: The meat roasted on a hot plate is included.
  354. Yakinori with inferior flavor is often used for Ajitsuke nori for efficient use.
  355. Yakinuki kamaboko (roasted kamaboko)
  356. Yakisoba (stir-fried soba noodles)
  357. Yakitori (grilled chicken)
  358. Yakitori dish street stalls sell: Gai Yang (Grilled Chicken), chicken wing, rebaa (chicken liver), hatsu (heart), kimo (liver), and grilled-chicken style (pork and beef).
  359. Yakitori in Higashimatsuyama City uses pork.
  360. Yakitori is a food consisting of several bite-size chunks (from one to five or so) of meat (mainly chicken) that are seasoned and grilled on skewers.
  361. Yakitori is not only added to the menu of izakaya bars; some regions even have yakitori-ya restaurants.
  362. Yakitori that is grilled over charcoal fire has a nice flavor and texture, and is therefore considered to be delicious.
  363. Yakitori-ya restaurant (takeout is also possible)
  364. Yakitori-ya restaurants often use unique terms in their menus.
  365. Yakitsume (no turn back)
  366. Yakiudon (stir-fried udon noodles)
  367. Yakizakana (broiled fish)
  368. Yakizakana is a dish in which fish is broiled.
  369. Yakizakana using inexpensive fish like aji, saba (mackerel) and sanma (saury) are the most common and traditional dishes served at home.
  370. Yakkonotsukasa
  371. Yakkoshimada: a hairstyle worn by senior maiko when wearing black crested haori.
  372. Yakozen
  373. Yakozen is an evil kind of zen that resembles real Zen but is completely different from the real thing.
  374. Yaku-ishis for the ensaki-chozubachi include the following four types of stones.
  375. Yakuboku
  376. Yakuboku are trees which are planted in a Japanese garden to create a certain mood.
  377. Yakuen-cho, Hachijo-cho (present Minami Ward), Toji-cho (present Minami Ward)
  378. Yakuenshi, of Shohachiinojo (Senior Eighth Rank, Upper Grade), responsible for managing the medicinal herb gardens
  379. Yakugakubu Konai (Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Campus)
  380. Yakui-mon gate (A gate where one roof covers both the main front pillars and the rear support pillars) : Erected in 1779
  381. Yakui-mon gate, entry hall and drawing room
  382. Yakuin was established by Empress Komyo in the Nara period and lost substance after 800 years, thus he worked to reestablish this and gave medicine to every patient regardless of rank.
  383. Yakukin
  384. Yakukin is a kind of allowance or expense paid to the retainers of the shogun by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  385. Yakukin was paid mainly to officers working in provincial areas, including high-ranking bugyo and middle-ranking kumigashira.
  386. Yakukin were provided to those who were in certain posts such as ongoku bugyo (magistrates assigned to key domains under the direct control of the bakufu), in addition to the executive allowances called yakuryo.
  387. Yakumangan
  388. Yakumo KOIZUMI (1850 - 1904)
  389. Yakumo KOIZUMI (British, also known as Lafcadio Hearn)
  390. Yakumo KOIZUMI was formerly known as Lafcadio Heam.
  391. Yakumo-no-michi' means 'Kado (the art of Waka poetry).'
  392. Yakuni died on April 26.
  393. Yakuni was bestowed Fuetsu (a ceremonial ax), assigned to a shogun, and ordered to go to Hokuetsu at once.
  394. Yakuni was ordered to immediately go to Hokuetsu (the north region of Koshi Province), and captured Mionoki Castle on August 23.
  395. Yakuniku refers to dishes in which meat is cooked on a grill or iron plate.
  396. Yakuno Azukikan Museum
  397. Yakuno Begonia Garden
  398. Yakuno Bus Routes
  399. Yakuno Genbugan Park
  400. Yakuno Highland (a battlefield during the Onin War, which was fought in the late fifteenth century)
  401. Yakuno Honjin restaurant
  402. Yakuno Ichidoan (training facility with tea rooms)
  403. Yakuno Marche restaurant
  404. Yakuno Post Office(629-13)
  405. Yakunogahara Ski Ground (a former ski ground in Kamiyakuno Town, Kyoto Prefecture)
  406. Yakunogahara Ski Ground was used to be a ski ground located in Kamiyakuno, Yakuno-cho, Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  407. Yakunogahara Ski Resort (closed)
  408. Yakuo Bosatsu and Yakujo Bosatsu are thought to be brother Bosatsu, and they cured people of diseases of the mind and body by giving them good medicine.
  409. Yakuo-ji Temple
  410. Yakuo-ji Temple (Minamicho) (the 23rd temple of Shikoku Pilgrimage, Tokushima)
  411. Yakuryo (executive allowance)
  412. Yakuryo (executive allowance) was one of the executive allowances that the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) gave to the retainers of the Shogun.
  413. Yakuryo was paid in rice or money and was divided into three seasons: spring, summer, and winter.
  414. Yakusa no Kabane (the eight honorary titles)
  415. Yakusa no Kabane (the eight honorary titles) in which the title called Mahito was the highest, was established in November 684 to reform the old system of clans and hereditary titles.
  416. Yakusa no Kabane refers to the system of eight titles newly established by the Emperor Tenmu in 684; the eight titles were Mahito, Asomi/Ason, Sukune, Imiki, Michinoshi, Omi, Muraji, and Inagi.
  417. Yakusei, in charge of preparing medicine; control over this position was transferred to the Tenyakuryo from the Naiyakushi.
  418. Yakuseki
  419. Yakuseki means dinner in Zen sect.
  420. Yakuseki' referred to the acupuncture which was one of the tools that were Biku, Buddhist priests were allowed to carry.
  421. Yakushae: Pictures depicting popular Kabuki actors and so on.
  422. Yakushi Nyorai
  423. Yakushi Nyorai (Healing Buddha): 8th of each month
  424. Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha) in Daigo-ji Temple: 1571
  425. Yakushi Nyorai and two flanking attendants, Nikko Bosatsu and Gakko Bosatsu, are installed as the objects of worship in the wide open space inside.
  426. Yakushi Nyorai is believed to cure people's diseases by Ruriko (lazuline light).
  427. Yakushi Nyorai is enshrined not only as a single statue but also as Yakushi Sanzonzo (three statues) with Nikko Bosatsu and Gakko Bosatsu situated on both sides.
  428. Yakushi Nyorai standing statue (important cultural property), the principal image of Koryu-ji Temple: unveiled on November 22.
  429. Yakushi Nyorai standing statue, the principal image of the Konpon-chudo hall of Enryaku-ji Temple (Shiga): unveiled in 1998, 2000, and 2006.
  430. Yakushi Nyorai's shoshu has the meaning which reflects primitive Indian or Asian customs.
  431. Yakushi Nyorai, bhaiSajya-guru in Sanskrit, is a Nyorai of Mahayana Buddhism.
  432. Yakushi Ruriko Nyorai
  433. Yakushi Sanzon-zo
  434. Yakushi Sanzonzo (three statues that comprise the Yakushi Triad) in Kon-do (the main hall) of the Yakushi-ji Temple
  435. Yakushi nyorai (Bhaisaya, buddha able to cure all sickness) was the honjibutsu (original Buddhist divinity).
  436. Yakushi sanzon (Yakushi Triad) and Juni Shinsho (the twelve protective deities) in Kondo hall of To-ji Temple: 1603
  437. Yakushi sanzon, Yakushi triad
  438. Yakushi sanzon, or Yakushi triad, is one of the styles to place Buddhist images in Buddhism.
  439. Yakushi triad standing statue, the principal image at Kanei-ji Temple (Tokyo) (important cultural property).
  440. Yakushi-do Hall
  441. Yakushi-do Hall at gojo-takakura is Byodo-ji Temple (Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto City), which is known for kyogen 'Inabado.'
  442. Yakushi-do hall is the name of a Buddha hall of which a statue of Yakushi Nyorai (Bhaisajyaguru) is the principal image.
  443. Yakushi-do hall of Buraku-ji Temple (Otoyo-cho, Kochi Prefecture). Built in the latter part of the Heian period
  444. Yakushi-do hall of Byodo-ji Temple (Joetsu City, Niigata Prefecture). Built during the Muromachi period
  445. Yakushi-do hall of Chuzen-ji Temple (Ueda City, Nagano Prefecture). Built during the Kamakura period
  446. Yakushi-do hall of Daigo-ji Temple (Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City). Built in the latter part of the Heian period
  447. Yakushi-do hall of Gachirin-ji Temple (Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture). Built during the Heian period
  448. Yakushi-do hall of Hokai-ji Temple (Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City). Built during the Muromachi period
  449. Yakushi-do hall of Ishido-ji Temple (Minamiboso City, Chiba Prefecture). Built during the Momoyama period
  450. Yakushi-do hall of Jodo-ji Temple (Ono Ciy, Hyogo Prefecture). Built during the Muromachi period
  451. Yakushi-do hall of Jofuku-in Temple (Aizumisato-machi, Fukushima Prefecture). Built during the Muromachi period
  452. Yakushi-do hall of Kissho-ji Temple (Aridagawa-cho, Wakayama Prefecture). Built during the Muromachi period
  453. Yakushi-do hall of Konrin-ji Temple (Umaji-mura, Aki-gun, Kochi Prefecture). Built during the Muromachi period
  454. Yakushi-do hall of Senpuku-ji Temple (Inba-mura, Chiba Prefecture). Built during the Muromachi period
  455. Yakushi-do hall of Shakubu-ji Temple (Kobe Ciy, Hyogo Prefecture). Built during the Muromachi period
  456. Yakushi-do hall of Shojo-ji Temple (Yugawa-mura, Fukushima Prefecture). Built during the Muromachi period
  457. Yakushi-do hall of Taima-dera Temple (Katsuragi City, Nara Prefecture). Built during the Muromachi period
  458. Yakushi-do' hall is simply the name of a Buddha hall of which Yakushi Nyorai is the principal image, and does not refer to a particular 'Yakushi-do' hall architectural style or external appearance.
  459. Yakushi-in, Ensho-in, and Hokke-in among the sub-temples run shukubo (visitors' or pilgrims' lodgings in a temple), offering a vegetarian dish.
  460. Yakushi-ji Temple
  461. Yakushi-ji Temple (Hosso Sect, Nara City)
  462. Yakushi-ji Temple (Nara City)
  463. Yakushi-ji Temple Toto (East Pagoda)
  464. Yakushi-ji Temple Toto (East Pagoda): Nara City, Nara Prefecture; Nara period; about 34 m tall
  465. Yakushi-ji Temple had shown a wretched atmosphere in the Kon-do and Kodo Halls (lecture halls) until the mid twentieth century, both of which were reconstructed provisionally during the end of the Edo period,.
  466. Yakushi-ji Temple in Heijo-kyo lost a lot of buildings in a fire that broke out in 973, as well as in a fire caused by war in 1528 that was set by Junko TSUTSUI.
  467. Yakushi-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Nishinokyo-cho, Nara City, Nara Prefecture, which is a Daihonzan (Head Temple) of the Hosso sect along with Kofuku-ji Temple.
  468. Yakushi-ji Temple was built in Asuka and later moved to the present location. (The original site of Yakushi-ji Temple is located in Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture, and now is called Moto-yakushi-ji Temple (former Yakushi-ji Temple).)
  469. Yakushi-ji Temple's East Pagoda
  470. Yakushi-ji Temple: A World Heritage site, one of the seven great temples of Nara
  471. Yakushi-ji Temple: The temple was moved from Fujiwara-Kyo to Heijo-Kyo; the temples in both locations had the same garan layout with two pagodas and one main hall, and the pagodas in the east and the west were built within the corridors.
  472. Yakushido (National Treasure) ? Rebuilt over 5 years beginning in Hoan 2 (1121), it was first built by Rigen-daishi (Shobo) around Engi 7 (907) at the request of Emperor Daigo.
  473. Yakushido (Upper Daigo)
  474. Yakushido hall of Daigo-ji Temple
  475. Yakushiji Kichijoten zo (the Statue of Kichijoten at Yakushi-ji Temple)
  476. Yakushiji Kichijoten zo is a portrait of Kisshoten (Laksmi) from the Nara period and is a possession of the Yakushi-ji Temple in Nara prefecture.
  477. Yakushikyo (the Yakusyhi Sutra)
  478. Yakushima Field Station (Yakushima-cho, Kagoshima Prefecture)
  479. Yakushin
  480. Yakushin (827 - April 8, 906) was a Shingon sect priest in the former Heian period.
  481. Yakushin also made FUJIWARA no Yoshiko, Naishi no tsukasa (female palace attendant) a Buddhist, her Higashiyama mountain villa was donated as a temple and he named it the Enjo-ji Temple.
  482. Yakushin began Hirosawa-ryu school, and Shoho began Ono-ryu school.
  483. Yakusoshin (deity of herbal medicine) is enshrined because Chuhachi NINOMIYA worked for a Pharmaceutical company, and Konpira is enshrined because he believed in the Kotohira-gu Shrine (dedicated to a god of ship, which is associated with airplanes) in Sanuki Province.
  484. Yakuto, in charge of cultivating Shinabe as well as medicinal herbs
  485. Yakuza movies often show battle scenes using shirasaya swords, but, as might be surmised, they are not stout enough for rough use.
  486. Yakyu Inari-jinja Shrine (Higashimatsuyama City, Saitama Prefecture)
  487. Yam
  488. Yam used includes tsukuneimo (Chinese Yam) (Kyoto), yamatoimo (Japanese slimy potato) (Kanto region), and iseimo (Japanese yam) (Chubu region).
  489. Yama (Emma) is translated into Japanese as baku (縛), sosei (雙世), soo (雙王), seisoku (静息), shasei (遮正) or byodo(平等), etc.
  490. Yama (Original Form of Yama plus Kuruma)
  491. Yama and hoko floats leave Shijo-Karasuma at nine o'clock in the morning and parade during the morning.
  492. Yama floats (Ato no Matsuri)
  493. Yama ishi (stones from mountains)
  494. Yama-arashi
  495. Yama-arashi is a Japanese Yokai (specter) introduced in books such as a Yokai picture book, "Hyakki Yagyo Emaki" (picture scroll of a hundred specters strolling at night) by Yoshi ODA.
  496. Yama: Nothing
  497. Yama: indicating that there is no more neta.
  498. Yamabana Tororo (Grated Yam at the Yamabana Teahouse)
  499. Yamabatoyu hot spring is famous as an opaque hot spring which includes many constituents.
  500. Yamabe no Okimi
  501. Yamabe no Okimi (year of birth unknown - c. July 31, 672) was a person lived in the Asuka period.
  502. Yamabiko (trains)': the trains that run in the southern section of Morioka Station, except the following 'Nasuno' trains described below.
  503. Yamabuki Gozen
  504. Yamabuki gozen was a binjo (beautiful maid) of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, a busho (Japanese military commander) at the end of the Heian period.
  505. Yamabukini nawoyobuhodono takimogana
  506. Yamabushi
  507. Yamabushi Settai
  508. Yamabushi Shinko
  509. Yamabushi Shinko is a belief from the ancient times in Japan, regarding divine spirits that live in the mountains.
  510. Yamabushi is a practitioner of Shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism/shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts) who earnestly walks in the mountains as an ascetic practice.
  511. Yamabushi is also called Shugenja.
  512. Yamabushi yama (decorative float that Jozokisho, Goshintai, an object in which a deity resides, is dressed as yamabushi or mountain priest)
  513. Yamachosuji, Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture, 2000, merchant town
  514. Yamada Bugyo
  515. Yamada Foods also sells 'kizami natto' (literally, minced natto) for which a grain is divided into approximately fifteen parts.
  516. Yamada Interchange - Keinawa Expressway
  517. Yamada Kanoraiki (a historical record on the area of Yamada) describes as follows:
  518. Yamada Kengyo in Edo established the school around 1777 against Ikuta school in Kamigata.
  519. Yamada Route: Bound for Yamada, bound for Kamo Branch
  520. Yamada Suzugao, Yamada Hayashi, Yamada Takao, Shimoyamada Jizoyama-cho, Yamada Arashiyama-cho
  521. Yamada Takatsuka Tumulus (Taishi-cho, Minamikawachi County, Osaka Prefecture: Shinagadani Kofun gun (group), current burial mound of Emperor Suiko, square tumulus with a length and width of 63 by 56 meters)
  522. Yamada chose about 100 people from all over Yamaguchi Domain and, from October 9, started training them as non-commissioned officers at Kawahigashi Training Center in Kyoto.
  523. Yamada had no intention to go to Qing himself, and Takayoshi KIDO appealed Yamada's dismissal from envoy extraordinary of Qing to Toshimichi OKUBO.
  524. Yamada nishiki
  525. Yamada nishiki and other sakamai
  526. Yamada school
  527. Yamada school sokyoku is based around the songs of icchubushi (a particular type of joruri style) and other songs of the joruri style.
  528. Yamada was in a tenuous position in the government, having no actual status, except the title of Army Major General due to his confrontation between Aritomo YAMAGATA over implementation of the Conscription Ordinance since he returned home, which forced him to change direction.
  529. Yamada's repatriation experience is one reason why he often depicts drifters and outcasts.
  530. Yamada-dera Temple
  531. Yamada-dera Temple (Jodo-ji Temple)
  532. Yamada-dera Temple Ruins (special historic site)
  533. Yamada-dera Temple begun to be built in the middle of the 7th century at the wish of SOGANOKURA-YAMADA no Ishikawamaro, a member of the Soga clan, and was completed after Ishikawamaro committed suicide (in 649).
  534. Yamada-dera Temple ruins (special historic site)
  535. Yamada-dera Temple was abandoned because of Haibutsu-kishaku in the Meiji period, and it was re-established in 1892.
  536. Yamada-dera Temple was an ancient temple located in present-day Yamada, Sakurai City in Nara Prefecture.
  537. Yamada-dera Temple was founded by SOGANOKURA-YAMADA no Ishikawamaro.
  538. Yamada-go
  539. Yamada-nishiki
  540. Yamada-nishiki is a variety of rice.
  541. Yamada-ryu school (affiliated with Fusen-ryu school of jujutsu [present-day Judo])
  542. Yamadabo
  543. Yamadagawa Bypass of National Route 163 runs on the opposite side of the river.
  544. Yamadagawa IC - Kizu IC: 9,945
  545. Yamadagawa Interchange, Keinawa Expressway
  546. Yamadagawa Station
  547. Yamadagawa Station - Kintetsu Kyoto Line
  548. Yamadagawa Station, located at 3-1, Koaza Shimogawara, Oaza Yamada, Seika-cho, Soraku-gun, Kyoto Prefecture, is a railway facility on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line, which is operated by the Kintetsu Corporation.
  549. Yamaga
  550. Yamaga Domain
  551. Yamaga Domain included the areas in and around Yamaga in Ikaruga no kori (Ikaruga County), Tanba Province as its territory.
  552. Yamaga Station - Ayabe Station - Takatsu Station (Kyoto Prefecture)
  553. Yamaga also thought that people certainly belonged to a state, but at the same time there was an existence that chose samurais to let them have a duty to whole (feudal) society.
  554. Yamaga considered the invisible existence like a system of state which moved samurais, as Heaven.
  555. Yamaga deeply as to why samurai existed and came to the conclusion that it was not just a social status, but a responsible position to the whole (feudal) of society and to the ethics of the entire (feudal) society.
  556. Yamaga style Jin-Daiko and costume
  557. Yamagami-jinja Shrine
  558. Yamagata Buddhist altar
  559. Yamagata City, Yamagata Prefecture
  560. Yamagata Domain (Uzen Province)
  561. Yamagata Domain: Yamagata-jo Castle
  562. Yamagata Domain: the territory was changed to Asahiyama in Omi Province to establish the Asahiyama Domain.
  563. Yamagata Normal School (the faculty of education of Yamagata University)
  564. Yamagata Prefectural Murayama Agricultural High School cross-fertilized Yamada nishiki/Kinmon nishiki.
  565. Yamagata Prefectural office and Choyo-gakko School in Tsuruoka do not exist anymore.
  566. Yamagata Prefecture
  567. Yamagata Prefecture has been developing sparkling same made in Yamagata Prefecture using Dewa no sato.
  568. Yamagata Prefecture: 'Tendo Wine' (Tendo City), refer the external link
  569. Yamagata Youth Normal School (the faculty of education of Yamagata University)
  570. Yamagata and Ito were able to work their way up because of TAKASUGI’s brilliant ideas, such as Kihei-tai.
  571. Yamagata disliked party politics and continued to oppose national diet political forces (a doctrine of superiority).
  572. Yamagata immediately agreed and began to persuade influential people along with the two persons.
  573. Yamagata in his lifetime was unpopular because he suppressed democratic rights movements, aggressively fomented high treason and unnecessarily trusted the Imperial Court when the certain serious incident occurred.
  574. Yamagata region had stronger connections with Osaka rather than with Tokyo until the end of Edo period, through ship transportation via the Sea of Japan and Mogami-gawa River.
  575. Yamagata selectively let military personnel from the former Choshu domain take important positions; this behavior was called Chobatsu (the Chochu clique), and a considerable part of the population did not like what he did.
  576. Yamagata soba (Yamagata City)
  577. Yamagata was determined to construct these wide roads over strong opposition for future development of the area.
  578. Yamagata was shot down in the left wing and so was Tsuchiya in the right.
  579. Yamagata yeast
  580. Yamagata's Reputation
  581. Yamagata, over the course of his life, would proudly call himself 'a disciple of Dr. Shoin YOSHIDA,' but the existing information revealed that he studied at the Juku for an extremely short period of time; therefore, it is not clear how much training he had in fact received from Shoin.
  582. Yamagata-affiliated advisors that served the Army and Home Affairs government officials established a large Yamagata Faction.
  583. Yamagata-ishi/Toyama-ishi/Shimagata-ishi: stones reminiscent of mountains
  584. Yamagata?Lobanov Agreement
  585. Yamageta (coarse wooden clogs)
  586. Yamagoshi Amida zu (Descent of Amida over the Mountain image): A Kamakura period painting.
  587. Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture (Yamaguchi Tanabata Chochin Matsuri)
  588. Yamaguchi City, which flourished the most during the Muromachi period, was called "西京" (Saikyo or Nishi no kyo), meaning Kyoto in the West, but it was not named in contrast to Tokyo.
  589. Yamaguchi Normal School (the faculty of education of Yamaguchi University)
  590. Yamaguchi Prefectural Police Gymnastic Hall
  591. Yamaguchi Prefecture
  592. Yamaguchi Toshio Productions
  593. Yamaguchi Toshio Productions (Toshio YAMAGUCHI (the new school actor))
  594. Yamaguchi Toshio Productions (established in June 1928 and dissolved in August) was a film company located in Kyoto.
  595. Yamaguchi Xavier Memorial Church
  596. Yamaguchi Youth Normal School (the faculty of education of Yamaguchi University)
  597. Yamaguchi no Oguchiatai was commissioned to carve one thousand Buddha statues.
  598. Yamaguchi-cha (Yamaguchi Prefecture)
  599. Yamaguchi-jinja Shrine is located in the lower part of the area in the vicinity of the mountaintop.
  600. Yamaguchi-sai
  601. Yamaguchiyakushi-do Hall Pagoda (Yoshino Town, Nara Prefecture), Important Cultural Property
  602. Yamaguchiyo Gokuin Gin: cupelled silver coins hallmarked with '山口余' (Yamaguchiyo).
  603. Yamaguni Kuroda Route: Shuzan - Shuzan Junior High School - Higae - Yamaguni Goryo-mae - Shimokuroda - Haiya
  604. Yamaguni Oshio Route: Shuzan - Shuzan Junior High School - Higae - Yamaguni Goryo-mae - Oshio (some buses travel through Keihoku Byoin mae [Keihoku Hospital])
  605. Yamaguni hamlet, which local legend has it supplied the timber to construct Heian Kyo (ancient Kyoto), had from ancient times possessed deep ties to the imperial house, and the whole area of Yamaguni was in fact a shoen (private estate) under the direct control of the imperial house up until the time of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's nationwide land survey.
  606. Yamaguni-go Village (山国郷)
  607. Yamaguni-go was first seen in the history of Keihoku as a donor of wood for constructing Heian-kyo.
  608. Yamahai jikomi (preparation using yamahai moto)
  609. Yamahai-jikomi
  610. Yamahai-jikomi tends to be avoided nowadays because it requires a certain level of care; moreover, rationalization such as kobo-jikomi (brewing using cultured moto), kon-toka-moto (high heat saccharification moto), and chuon-sokujo-moto (medium heat saccharification moto) has caused many sake breweries to stop using the yamahai method.
  611. Yamahaimoto
  612. Yamahaimoto (sake mash produced using the yamahai method, which is the same as the kimotozukuri method but without yamaoroshi) or yamaoroshihaishimoto
  613. Yamahaimoto is an abbreviation of Yamaororoshi-haishi-moto that means a method of preparation that belongs to the Kimoto-kei.
  614. Yamahata became the connecting station.
  615. Yamahe clan was a local ruling family in Yamabe county, Yamato Province.
  616. Yamahoko floats in the Gion Matsuri Festival (Kyoto City): There are women's Hayashi-kata in some Yamahoko floats, but nyonin kinsei is adopted in regard to Naginata-boko, the first float of the parade.
  617. Yamaimo (Japanese yam)
  618. Yamaji claimed that "literature is a form of enterprise... and unless it closely relates to human life, it too is an emptiness within an emptiness... literature is fact and that is why we should respect it."
  619. Yamaji family
  620. Yamaji no Tsuyu
  621. Yamaji no tsuyu (Dew on the Mountain Road) is one of the sequels to "The Tale of Genji."
  622. Yamaji no tsuyu (Sequel of The Tale of Genji), one book
  623. Yamajiro (mountain castles)
  624. Yamajiro refers to castles built on steep mountains.
  625. Yamajo
  626. Yamakage-jinja Shrine (Deities: FUJIWARA no Yamakage, together with Ebisu).
  627. Yamakami Domain
  628. Yamakami was situated in a strategically important location between Omi and Ise Provinces.
  629. Yamakasa
  630. Yamakasa are also used in some Kunchi autumn festivals.
  631. Yamakasa are used in many Gion Festivals held from June to July in various regions in the northern part of Kyushu.
  632. Yamakasa have this in common with yamahoko floats of the Gion Festival in Kyoto.
  633. Yamakasa with a high proportion of nobori decorations are called nobori yamakasa, although their styles differ widely, and include a style with nobori surrounding the shrine, a style with nobori fixed to top of the float, etc.
  634. Yamakita's Omineiri festival (January 21, 1981; Yamakita-machi, Ashigarakami-gun; Omineiri Hozonkai [Omineiri Preservation Association])
  635. Yamakoi
  636. Yamakoshi County, Iburi Province (eastern Ezo area excluding Yamakoshi County)
  637. Yamakuma no Okimi (Prince Yamakuma)
  638. Yamakuma no Okimi (year of birth unknown - January 724) was an Imperial family member who lived from the end of Asuka period to the beginning of the Nara period.
  639. Yamakuma no Okimi left two waka (31-syllable Japanese poems) in the Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) and one waka in the Kaifuso (Fond Recollections of Poetry).
  640. Yamakuma no Okimi was granted the rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) in December 705 and then he experienced various positions such as Gyobukyo (the Minister of Justice).
  641. Yamakurage (dried stem lettuce)
  642. Yamamichi bon (a tray with a slope-shaped edge used for tray tea service in Japanese tea ceremony)
  643. Yamamoto Reizaburo Productions
  644. Yamamoto Reizaburo Productions (Reizaburo YAMAMOTO)
  645. Yamamoto Reizaburo Productions (established in June 1928 and dissolved in August) was a film company located in Kyoto.
  646. Yamamoto also reportedly told Emperor Meiji that his reason for selecting him was because he was "a man of good fortune."
  647. Yamamoto directed "Tsuzurikata kyoshitsu" (Composition Class) played by Hideko TAKAMINE in 1938, and produced "Uma" (Horse) with Akira KUROSAWA as his assistant director in 1941.
  648. Yamamoto had only a few opportunities to direct films in his later years but wrote many scripts.
  649. Yamamoto later directed Hizuru TAKACHIHO's debut movie "Hopu-san" (Mr. Hope) in 1951 and the first color film at Toho "Hana no naka no musumetachi" (Girls Amongst the Flowers) 2 years later in 1953.
  650. Yamamoto was born in Uneme-cho, Ginza, Tokyo.
  651. Yamamoto was the founder of a trade firm called Shosho Yoko to export lumber and import coal in China, and made a fortune in the shipping industry.
  652. Yamamotodori, Kitano-machi, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, 1980, port town
  653. Yamamotoyama,' that sold Soen's green tea and earned a lot, donated koban (former Japanese oval gold coin) for twenty-five ryo to the Nagatani family every year until 1875.
  654. Yamamura School
  655. Yamana Totomi no kami (the Governor of Totomi Province), a son of Mochiyuki YAMANA, the third family head, governed Hossho-ji Temple, Aimi County, and owned territories around Nishi Hoki other than Hino County.
  656. Yamanaka ya, kiku wa taoranu, yu no nioi (With chrysanthemum unplucked, breathes fragrance of a hot spring at Yamanaka spa): a haiku composed by Basho MATSUO in his anthology "Oku no Hosomichi," in praise of the hot spring at the Yamanaka onsen (spa).
  657. Yamanaka-onsen Hot Spring, and Kayano known for the Great Sugi (cedar) of Kayano, Kaga City
  658. Yamanaka-onsen Hot Springs
  659. Yamanakagoe
  660. Yamanakagoe, passing through between Mt. Uryu and Mt. Daimonji, runs from Kita-shirakawa, Sakyo Ward to Shiga, Otsu City.
  661. Yamanami Hall
  662. Yamanami committed suicide assisted by Okita.
  663. Yamanashi Normal School (the faculty of liberal arts of Yamanashi University)
  664. Yamanashi Prefecture
  665. Yamanashi Prefecture Ordinance for the Protection of Cultural Properties
  666. Yamanashi Prefecture also sought for social reformation and succeeded to win the endorsement of those people of high repute in the region, along with certain number of people joining the party mainly from tenant farmer class.
  667. Yamanashi Prefecture: 'Katsunuma Wine,' 'Koshu Wine' (Koshu City)
  668. Yamanashi Youth Normal School (the faculty of liberal arts of Yamanashi University)
  669. Yamane also joined Makino group, and in Tokyo, ToyojiroTAKAMATSU established 'Takamatsu Azuma Production' in concert with Makino's movement and it became 'Makino Tokyo group.'
  670. Yamane was the husband of Yuki, a daughter of film producer Toyojiro TAKAMATSU in Tokyo, and he was a film director of Takamatsu's 'Katsudo Shashin Kenkyukai' as well as the head of its Azuma Studio.
  671. Yamane was, however, reportedly surprised to receive several orders of Shitodaru (72-liter barrel) per year.
  672. Yamane, the deputy head of Tojiin Studio, also joined forces with Makino.
  673. Yamanobe no michi Road
  674. Yamanobe-no-michi Road
  675. Yamanobe-no-michi Road are three parallel roads running in a north-south direction in the eastern areas of the Nara Basin.
  676. Yamanobe-no-michi Road threads the skirts of the mountains located in the east end of the Nara Basin, starting from the foot of Mt. Miwa at the southeast of the Basin to the foot of Mt. Kasuga standing by Mt. Wakakusa in the northeast.
  677. Yamanobenomichi Leisure
  678. Yamanobenomichi Leisure is run via Nara and the Sakurai Line until Takada on Saturdays and holidays during the spring and autumn tourism season.
  679. Yamanokami (God of the Mountain)
  680. Yamanokami in Mines
  681. Yamanokami-jinja Shrine
  682. Yamanokuchi Bunya puppets (December 26, 1995)
  683. Yamanomori-sha Shrine (Susanoo-no-kami, Inadahime-no-kami, Tagorihime-no-kami)
  684. Yamanote Dono
  685. Yamanote dono (year of birth unknown - July 20, 1613) was a woman who lived from the Sengoku period (period of warring states) through the Azuchi-Momoyama period to the Edo period.
  686. Yamanouchi
  687. Yamanouchi Station (Kyoto Prefecture) (A5) - Ranzan-Tenjingawa Station (A6) - Kaikonoyashiro Station (A7)
  688. Yamanouchi-Uesugi Family
  689. Yamanoue no Okura (660? ? 733?) was a poet during the early Nara Period.
  690. Yamao Residence (prefectural cultural property): The Yamao family moved from Shindo village, Toichi County, thus bearing the trade name 'Shindoya,' and served as machi-doshiyori (ward head) in the end of the Edo period.
  691. Yamao-sha Shrine (Oyamatsumi-no-kami)
  692. Yamaoka accepted the six articles out of the seven condition articles, excluding article number one.
  693. Yamaoka and Masumitsu rushed to visit the Tosei Dai Sotoku Fu at Sunpu, and they entered the Japanese hotel where Takamori SAIGO, the staff officer, was staying and requested that he meet with them.
  694. Yamaoka insisted that he would never accept article number one, rejected the condition of the article number one and continued an exchange of dialogue with Saigo.
  695. Yamaoka took forth the results and retuned to Edo, there he reported to Katsu on March 10th.
  696. Yamaoroshi
  697. Yamaoroshi-haishi-moto
  698. Yamasa-jinja Shrine (Yasuki City, Shimane Prefecture)
  699. Yamasachihiko
  700. Yamasachihiko (山幸彦) is also written as 山佐知彦 and the god of hunting with Yumiya, well known in an old tale.
  701. Yamasachihiko and Umisachihiko
  702. Yamasachihiko and Umisachihiko is one of the anecdotes in Japanese mythology.
  703. Yamasachihiko is the god of hunting who used a bow and arrows, who are well-known in folk stories.
  704. Yamasachihiko married the daughter of the god of the sea and had a child named Ugayafukiaezu.
  705. Yamasachihiko went to the palace of the god of the sea, found the fishing hook and returned it.
  706. Yamasake yuongo
  707. Yamasaki-bashi Bridge on the Yodo-gawa River.
  708. Yamasaki-go
  709. Yamashin Co., Ltd., Ichibiki Co., Ltd., SANBISHI CO., LTD., Morita Co., Ltd. and Sanjirushi Corp. are leading soy-sauce manufacturers in this region.
  710. Yamashina Basin
  711. Yamashina Basin is the basin that covers the main region of Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City as well as Daigo area of Fushimi Ward.
  712. Yamashina Deiriguchi Half-interchange
  713. Yamashina Hongan-ji Temple
  714. Yamashina Hongan-ji Temple was a Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) temple located in Yamashina-ku Ward, Kyoto City.
  715. Yamashina Hongwan-ji Temple fell into ruins with only a high earthwork remaining in the Ward today.
  716. Yamashina Post Office (607-00, 607-08, 607-09, 607-80, 607-81, 607-82, 607-83, 607-84)
  717. Yamashina Shoten
  718. Yamashina Station
  719. Yamashina Station (T07) - Misasagi Station (T08) - Keage Station (T09)
  720. Yamashina Station - Inari Station (- Kyoto Station)
  721. Yamashina Station - Kyoto Station - Nagaokakyo Station
  722. Yamashina Station - Kyoto Station - Takatsuki Station
  723. Yamashina Station - Kyoto Station - Umekoji Freight Station - Nishioji Station
  724. Yamashina Station - Nagahara Station
  725. Yamashina Station and the tunnel entrance on the Yamashina Side
  726. Yamashina Station has an island platform comprising two platforms that serve four tracks, and it is adaptable to a train twelve cars in length.
  727. Yamashina Station has been described in "Hototogisu" (The Cuckoo) by Roka TOKUTOMI and "Yogisha" (night train) by Sakutaro HAGIWARA.
  728. Yamashina Station is the east-end stop 'within Kyoto City' of the JR railway fare system of specific metropolitan and urban areas.
  729. Yamashina Station is the only the JR facility located in Yamashina Ward, which has been urbanized as a bedroom suburb; it is used by passengers commuting to Kyoto and Osaka as well as by passengers (many of whom are high school students) changing to local trains for the Kosei Line and the Biwako Line in Shiga Prefecture.
  730. Yamashina Station of the Kyoto Municipal Subway has an island platform serving two tracks in the opposite directions and equipped with platform doors; the station is located underground below the rotary of the Keihan Bus.
  731. Yamashina Station on the JR Tokaido Main Line and JR Kosei Line, as well as that on the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line, are located within walking distance of this station.
  732. Yamashina Station, located in Ueno Goshonouchi-cho, Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop of the West Japan Railway Company (JR West) and the Kyoto Municipal Subway.
  733. Yamashina Station, of the Kyoto Municipal Subway, was chosen as part of the second selection of 100 prominent stations in the Kinki region.
  734. Yamashina Station, of the West Japan Railway Company, is included in the Urban Network area.
  735. Yamashina Ward
  736. Yamashina Ward Office (Yamashina Ward Government Building)
  737. Yamashina Ward is located on the east side of Higashiyama Ward (Kyoto Prefecture), on the prefecture's border with Shiga.
  738. Yamashina Ward is one of the eleven wards that constitute Kyoto City.
  739. Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City
  740. Yamashina also developed as a leisure area in the suburb of Kyoto, as leisure facilities such as a golf course, dance hall, and a high-class Japanese restaurant were built.
  741. Yamashina family was the side line of the Nakanomikado family which was a branch family of the Shijo family of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  742. Yamashina school
  743. Yamashina school in the early-modern times used a fan with 25 slates of fine straight-grained cedar.
  744. Yamashina school, Okura school
  745. Yamashina togarashi
  746. Yamashina, a post town of the Tokaido, flourished in particular during the Edo period.
  747. Yamashina-go (也末之奈)
  748. Yamashina-jinja Shrine
  749. Yamashina-jinja Shrine (Nishino Yamaiwagatani-cho, Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City)
  750. Yamashina-jinja Shrine Niza (two ronja) Myojin-taisha Shrine, monthly and Niiname rites
  751. Yamashinanomiya (the descendants of Yamashinanomiya Imperial Prince Akira, discontinued)
  752. Yamashinanomiya residence: This place no longer exists.
  753. Yamashiro Comprehensive Sports park is located in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  754. Yamashiro Kizu Post Office (Kizugawa City (formerly Kizu-cho)): 619-02xx, 619-11xx
  755. Yamashiro Kizu Post Office: 619-02xx, 619-11xx
  756. Yamashiro Kokubun-ji Temple
  757. Yamashiro Province
  758. Yamashiro Province (originally written as 山背国).
  759. Yamashiro Province comprised Yodo Domain in addition to Nijo-jo Castle, which was placed under direct control of the bakufu (the Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), Tanba Province comprised Kameoka Domain, Fukuchiyama Domain, Sonobe Domain, Yamaga Domain, and Tango Province comprised Tanabe Domain, Mineyama Domain and Miyazu Domain.
  760. Yamashiro Province in Kyoto Prefecture, represents the twelve cities, towns and villages located in the south of Uji City.
  761. Yamashiro Province was designated because it was the foothold where the Hata clan, regarded as the maximal group of technical experts, wielded their influence.
  762. Yamashiro Province was home to Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto), where there was a rule that Yamashiro no suke, together with Kura no suke (Deputy chief of Kuraryo, Bureau of Palace Storehouses), had to take part in the parade in the Kamo Festival ("Kanshoku-nangi"(book of government posts and criticism).
  763. Yamashiro Province: Yodo Domain
  764. Yamashiro Public Hospital
  765. Yamashiro Tanabe Post Office (610-03) (Neighboring Tsuzuki-gun Ide-chou is included in its delivery area)
  766. Yamashiro Yawata Post Office
  767. Yamashiro koku shi (Records of Yamashiro Province)
  768. Yamashiro no Kami
  769. Yamashiro no Kuni (Yamashiro Province)
  770. Yamashiro no Kuni no Miyatsuko
  771. Yamashiro no Kuni no Miyatsuko (also known as Yamashiro Kokuzo, written as 山背国造 or 山代国造) was a kuninomiyatsuko (provincial governor) who ruled the south-west part of Yamashiro Province.
  772. Yamashiro no Kuni, located in Kinai, was one of the administrative province (Ryoseikoku).
  773. Yamashiro no Miko
  774. Yamashiro no kuni Fudoki Itsubun (a description of the natural features, culture and history of Yamashiro Province, which is unknown or lost) described how and why HATANOKIMI no Iroku enshrined Inari.
  775. Yamashiro no kuniikki (the uprising in Yamashiro Province) occurred in three southern counties (Kuse-gun, Tsuzuki-gun and Soraku-gun) of Yamashiro Province (currently the southern part of Kyoto Prefecture) in 1485.
  776. Yamashiro no tsukai: Because Kamo-jinja Shrine was not under the control of Kyoshiki (the Capital Bureau), but under the provincial office of the Yamashiro Province, thus 'Yamashiro no suke' (Deputy governor of the Yamashiro Province) was dispatched as a guard and director of the ceremony.
  777. Yamashiro oigo no sashiogi (an act of covering one's face with a fan): "oigo" means an aged woman, and it is a performance of mimicking the woman who has seen the man's thighs and bashfully covers her face with a fan.
  778. Yamashiro province (山背国) later became the Province of Yamashiro (山城国).
  779. Yamashiro provincial monastery site (Kuni-kyo site)
  780. Yamashiro-Kizu post office in Kizugawa City (former Kizu-cho): 619-02xx and 619-11xx.
  781. Yamashiro-Minami Civil Engineering Office, Kyoto Prefecture
  782. Yamashiro-Taga Station - Tamamizu Station - Tanakura Station
  783. Yamashiro-cho (Kyoto Prefecture)
  784. Yamashiro-cho Local Collection Museum
  785. Yamashiro-cho Post Office
  786. Yamashiro-cho was a town once existed in the southern part of Kyoto Prefecture.
  787. Yamashiroyawata Post Office (614-00, 614-08, 614-09, 614-80, 614-81, 614-82, 614-83, 614-84)
  788. Yamashita centered Ju-kyo around the gods and souls in the world and religious service for the ancestors, while Kaji defined religion as something that speaks about death, and claimed that ancestor worship was the essence of Ju-kyo.
  789. Yamashita hiroku'
  790. Yamashita school designated Japanese plum blossoms and pine as the thread flowers.
  791. Yamashita settlement essentially became a business district lined with foreign firms, while Yamate settlement became the foreign residential area.
  792. Yamata no Orochi (big snake with eight heads): It was originally the suijin of Hikawa River.
  793. Yamata no Orochi (eight-headed giant snake)
  794. Yamata no Orochi (the eight-headed monster serpent)
  795. Yamata no Orochi is a legendary creature that appears in Japanese myth.
  796. Yamatai (The state of Yamatai)
  797. Yamatai (邪馬台国) is a vassal state which is mentioned in Gishiwajinden ('Worenchuan' [the account of the people of 'Wa'] in "Wei chih" [The History of the Wei Dynasty]).
  798. Yamatai governed these twenty-some states.
  799. Yamatai in the 'Gishiwajinden'
  800. Yamatai is presumed to have been in Japan from the 2nd to the 3rd century, in the Yayoi period.
  801. Yamatai was unable to escape from this influence, but the chaos was remedied by putting in place a woman called Himiko as a co-queen sovereign.
  802. Yamatai-Koku kingdom, that peaked in the first half of the third century, placed its capital in Nakoku with 20,000 families, a big city at that time, in Fukuoka hirano.
  803. Yamatai-koku
  804. Yamatai-koku was located in northern Kyushu.
  805. Yamate Trunk Road (Kyoto)
  806. Yamato
  807. Yamato AGARI
  808. Yamato City, Yamato Town and Yamato village have another different reasons.
  809. Yamato Eikyo War
  810. Yamato Eikyo War occurred in Yamato Province in 1429, in the Muromachi period.
  811. Yamato Enshu School
  812. Yamato Enshu School: Osetsu KOBORI, the third son of Enshu KOBORI
  813. Yamato Gojo Domain
  814. Yamato Gojo Domain was a feudal domain that was located in Yamato Province (present-day Futami, Gojo City, Nara Prefecture).
  815. Yamato Gose Road
  816. Yamato Hime no Mikoto gave Yamato Takeru no Mikoto the sacred sword, Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi (the Kusanagi sword, literally grass-mowing sword) and a bag, which had been placed in the Ise-jingu Shrine, and told him, 'Open it at a critical juncture.'
  817. Yamato Kagami
  818. Yamato Kasuri
  819. Yamato Katsuragi Hozan-ki
  820. Yamato Katsuragi Hozan-ki (大和葛城宝山記) is a Shinto book written from the point of view of Buddhism, especially Shugendo (Japanese ascetic and shamanistic practice in mountainous sites).
  821. Yamato Katsuragi Hozan-ki interprets gods of Shinto religion uniquely as follows.
  822. Yamato Kingdom
  823. Yamato Kinposen Kyozuka excavated articles
  824. Yamato Kita Road
  825. Yamato Koriyama City
  826. Yamato Minzoku Park
  827. Yamato Monogatari
  828. Yamato Monogatari (literally, "Tales of Yamato") is a story of the Middle Ages of Japan, written in the Heian period.
  829. Yamato Monogatari is an uta-monogatari (poem-tale) based on the poems composed by the members of the aristocratic society.
  830. Yamato Naval Air Corps
  831. Yamato Province
  832. Yamato Province is one of the ryoseikoku (provinces) once established under the local administration system in Japan.
  833. Yamato Province was an area with one of the most advanced commodity economies in Japan.
  834. Yamato Province: Domains of Yagyu, Koriyama, Koizumi, Yanagimoto, Shibamura, Tawaramoto, Takatori and Kujira
  835. Yamato Sakurai Manyo-matsuri Festival
  836. Yamato Sarugaku
  837. Yamato School
  838. Yamato Shichifuku Happo Association (formerly Yamato Shichifukujin Reijyoukai), Ebisu-ten (God of fishing and commerce)
  839. Yamato Shinbun newspaper reported in the article on June 10, however, that he began to recover from the mental breakdown he had suffered from the end of the year before, but while he was under the medical treatment of the mental breakdown at home, he suffered from another illness.
  840. Yamato Takeru
  841. Yamato Takeru (no Mikoto) found in "Kojiki"
  842. Yamato Takeru (no Mikoto) was killed by a curse of god because the Kotoage ritual he did came from self-conceit.
  843. Yamato Takeru no Mikoto (written in Chinese characters as 日本武尊, also written as 倭建命 in the "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters)), who was also called Ousu no Mikoto (小碓命, Prince Ousu) and Yamato Oguna (written as 日本童男), is a person who is regarded as the son of Emperor Keiko and the father of Emperor Chuai.
  844. Yamato Takeru no Mikoto at first offered the Emishi (native people of Hokkaido) captivated during the eastern conquest to the Ise Jingu Shrine.
  845. Yamato Takeru no Mikoto is the second son of Emperor Keiko in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  846. Yamato Takeru no Mikoto murdered Kawakami no Takeru and reported on his mission to Emperor Keiko next year.
  847. Yamato Takeru no Mikoto thought it was a messenger of the deity and ignored it, but in fact, it was the deity itself in the guise of a boar.
  848. Yamato Takeru no Mikoto visited Yamato Hime no Mikoto again and lamented to her that his father the emperor likely wished for his death.
  849. Yamato Takeru quickly mounted the back of akuru who was rampaging and killed it with his sword.
  850. Yamato Takeru received the sacred sword at the Ise Jingu Shrine and used it to fight off a grass fire, warding off a calamity and gave it the name 'Kusanagi no Tsurugi.'
  851. Yamato Tenjinyama Tumulus
  852. Yamato Tenjinyama-kofun Tumulus (113 meters)
  853. Yamato Tenjinyama-kofun Tumulus (a keyhole-shaped mound in the beginning of the early Kofun period [Tumulus period] in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture)
  854. Yamato Tenjinyama-kofun Tumulus is a keyhole-shaped tumulus constructed in the beginning of the early Kofun period located in Yanagimoto-cho, Tenri City, Nara Prefecture.
  855. Yamato Transport Co., Ltd., Nippon Express and Sagawa Express Co., Ltd. use the term of "the south part of Kyoto Prefecture" to indicate the area which includes both Yamashiro Province and Nantan.
  856. Yamato also referred to the whole of the Nara Basin.
  857. Yamato artifacts excavated from the summit of Kinpusen
  858. Yamato clan was located in Yamato Village, Shiki no Shimo no Kori County, Yamato Province.
  859. Yamato futonegi green onion (thick leek of Yamato)
  860. Yamato hiko no Mikoto
  861. Yamato hiko no Mikoto (year of birth unknown - October 30, 2 B.C.?) was a member of the Imperial family transmitted by "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters) and "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  862. Yamato hyogu'・・・the style shown by the illustration.
  863. Yamato kingship in and around the capital in Jimmu tosei (Eastern expedition of the Emperor Jinmu) section of Japanese Mythology was established after a force of local ruling family in Kyushu dynasty had the eastern expedition.
  864. Yamato kingship secured the necessary officials for their administration by taking over the bureaucratic organization of the Kyushu dynasty.
  865. Yamato koku shi (Records of Yamato Province)
  866. Yamato means 'Yamato Province' and the City in Yamato means the former capital in Asuka.
  867. Yamato ningyo
  868. Yamato no Agoko: He was a legendary person in the Kofun period (Tumulus period).
  869. Yamato no Dento Yasai
  870. Yamato no Kodawari Yasai
  871. Yamato no Kuni no Miyatsuko
  872. Yamato no Kuni no Miyatsuko (also called 'Yamato Kokuzo') was a Kuni no Miyatsuko (the head of a local government) who ruled over the center of Yamato Province.
  873. Yamato no Miyako
  874. Yamato no Miyako is a city existed in ancient Japan.
  875. Yamato no Nagaoka: He was a law scholar in the Nara period.
  876. Yamato no Tehiko: He was a shogun in the Kofun period.
  877. Yamato no ayanoatai people were awarded a kabane of imiki on July 29, 685.
  878. Yamato no ayanoatai people were awarded a kabane of muraji (連) on June 25, 682.
  879. Yamato no kami (Governor of Yamato Province).
  880. Yamato no kodo (the ancient paths in Yamato Province)
  881. Yamato no kodo stands for the ancient paths in Japan that were constructed in Yamato Province and it includes the following:
  882. Yamato no kodo: The path built in the Asuka and the Nara period which ran through Yamato Province
  883. Yamato operated by KB Bus and Nara Kotsu (Shinjuku Station - [omit] - Nara Station - [omit] - Gojo)
  884. Yamato race
  885. Yamato refers to the current region of Nara Prefecture in ancient times to the early Meiji period and is also another name of Japan.
  886. Yamato round eggplant
  887. Yamato sanjaku cucumber (long cucumber of Yamato)
  888. Yamato school's shooting style has the twelve fundamental stages of shooting: Ashibumi, Dozukuri, Yugamae, Sumashi Midokoro, Monomi, Uchiokoshi, Hikikomi, Hijinari, Tenouchi, Kake, Tamochi, and Hanare.
  889. Yamato school, one of the Kyudo (Japanese art of archery) schools, was founded by Kozan MORIKAWA in the early Edo period (in 1652).
  890. Yamato school: founded by Kazan MORIKAWA at the beginning of Edo the Period.
  891. Yamato soba (Yamato-machi, Kitakata City, Fukushima Prefecture)
  892. Yamato soba is made only from the local buckwheat flour and river-bed water with no binding agents and the area is also making a strong effort in the soba-making workshop.
  893. Yamato sovereignty evolved into the representative political power of Wa (ancient Japan).
  894. Yamato sovereignty made the local ruling families belonging to it govern their territory in eastern Japan where its ruling system was established in a later period than in western Japan.
  895. Yamato wa kunino mahoroba tatanazuku, aokaki yamagomoreru, yamato shi uruwashi (Great Yamato, of all lands most supreme! Enclosed by ranks of verdant banks on surrounding hills, Great Yamato-unmatched for beauty!) (songs and ballads No.31 of Nihonshoki).
  896. Yamato warrior
  897. Yamato was riddled with territories under the control of Kofuku-ji Temple, and up until that point in time all attempts by the central government to conduct inspections (land surveys, etc.) of the province had run into stiff opposition from the clergy and from evil monks, and each and every attempt had failed.
  898. Yamato-Genji (Minamoto clan)
  899. Yamato-Genji, a branch of the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan), was started by MINAMOTO no Yorichika, the second son of MINAMOTO no Mitsunaka.
  900. Yamato-Heki keito group, Heki school (Yoshida school): founded by Masatsugu Danjo HEKI in the middle of the Muromachi Period.
  901. Yamato-Heki school group
  902. Yamato-Koizumi Station was established.
  903. Yamato-cha
  904. Yamato-cha (Nara Prefecture) - Tsukigase-cha, Fukusumi-cha, Yagyu-cha and Yamazoe-cha.
  905. Yamato-cha green tea is a kind of Japanese tea produced in an area centering Yamato Plateau in Nara Prefecture.
  906. Yamato-cho in Gifu Prefecture
  907. Yamato-damashii (the Japanese spirit)
  908. Yamato-damashii is a term and concept referring to the judgment and ability that are necessary in accepting foreign scholarship and knowledge in Japan, as well as the heart to appreciate feelings (mono no aware), etc.
  909. Yamato-damashii soon began to signify the judgment and ability to put written knowledge to practical use in different real-life situations.
  910. Yamato-damashii was additionally used as a political term to advocate Japanese uniqueness by scholars of Japanese classical literature in the late Edo period.
  911. Yamato-e is one concept of style in Japanese paintings.
  912. Yamato-e painting
  913. Yamato-gawa River runs to its south, and the Yata-kyuryo Hills, of which Mt. Matsuo (Nara Prefecture) is located at the back of Horyu-ji Temple, are located in the north.
  914. Yamato-go operated by Keisei Bus and Nara Kotsu (Kaihin Makuhari Station ? Tokyo Disney Sea ? Tokyo Disneyland ? Nishi-Funabashi Station ? Ueno Station - 'omit] - Nara Station)
  915. Yamato-gokoro (the Japanese mind).
  916. Yamato-kaido Road
  917. Yamato-kaido Road (road crossing over Ogura-zutsumi Bank)
  918. Yamato-mana (Brassica rapa L. Oleifera Group)
  919. Yamato-manzai (Nara Prefecture)
  920. Yamato-midori (by seedling selection from the local varieties)
  921. Yamato-mura is believed to be the area surrounding the present-day Oyamato-jinja Shrine and some view this area as the first one that came to be referred to as Yamato.
  922. Yamato-oji-dori Street
  923. Yamato-shinjo Domain (Yamato Province)
  924. Yamato-yasai (Yamato Vegetables)
  925. Yamatoe, Ukiyoe, Nihonga
  926. Yamatohime no Mikoto
  927. Yamatohime no Mikoto is a character in Japanese Mythology.
  928. Yamatohime no Mikoto is sometimes associated with 'Himiko,' who according to the 'Records of Wei, Accounts of the People of Wa', a part of the Chinese "Records of Three Kingdoms," was the queen of Yamatai-kokuin, near Kyoto.
  929. Yamatohime no Miya
  930. Yamatohime no Okimi
  931. Yamatohime no Okimi (year of birth and death unknown) was a member of the imperial family who lived in the Asuka period.
  932. Yamatohime no Okimi Shosei theory
  933. Yamatohime no Okimi enthronement theory
  934. Yamatohime no mikoto
  935. Yamatohime no yashiro Shrine
  936. Yamatoji Hollywood
  937. Yamatoji Line
  938. Yamatoji Line (Kansai Main Line)
  939. Yamatoji Line has been used as the nickname for the line since March 13, 1988.
  940. Yamatoji Line is the nickname for the electrified section of rail between Kamo Station (Kyoto Prefecture) and JR Nanba Station that runs on the Kansai Main Line of the West Japan Railway Company (JR West Japan).
  941. Yamatoji Liner
  942. Yamatoji Liner (arriving trains only)/Yamatoji Rapid Service/Rapid/Regional Rapid/Local
  943. Yamatoji Liner/Yamatoji Rapid Service/Rapid/Regional Rapid/Local
  944. Yamatoji Liner: down-trains (car number one) depart from Kizu and run to JR Nanba; up-trains (car number two and four) depart from Osaka and run to Kamo
  945. Yamatoji Rapid Service
  946. Yamatoji Rapid Service is a typical train on the Yamatoji Line, running mainly during the daytime every twenty minutes between Osaka Station and Kamo Station (Kyoto Prefecture) (on Saturdays and holidays it also runs during the morning and evening).
  947. Yamatoji Rapid Service trains are sometimes run temporarily to Tenri on the Sakurai Line when the Tenrikyo Sect holds their regular meetings,
  948. Yamatoji Rapid Service trains: stop at every station between Osaka, Tsuruhashi and Tennoji on the Osaka Loop Line and at every station on the Wakayama Line
  949. Yamatokikuna greens (Chrysanthemum coronarium)
  950. Yamatokoriyama City
  951. Yamatomai dace (Wabu)
  952. Yamatomune
  953. Yamatomune (Nara Prefecture)
  954. Yamatomune has a combination of a thatched and tiled roof on a gable.
  955. Yamatomune is an architectural style seen in private houses in Nara Prefecture.
  956. Yamatomune, or Takaheizukuri, is one of the architectural styles of Japanese private houses.
  957. Yamatonofumiimikibenotachi wo tatematsurutoki no ju
  958. Yamatonookuni tama no Kami, who was removed from the Imperial Court at the same time, was enshrined at Oyamato-jinja Shrine by Nunaki iribime no Mikoto, who was given responsibility.
  959. Yamatonookuni tamanokami
  960. Yamatonookuni tamanokami was entrusted to Nunakiirihime-no-mikoto for enshrinement, but the hair fell and the body became thin, and could not be enshrined.
  961. Yamatotakeru (Yamatotakeru no mikoto)
  962. Yamatotakeru could not forget Oto Tachibana Hime and grieved, saying, 'Ah, my wife,' at Usuhinomine (present day Usui-toge Pass) according to the "Nihonshoki" and at Sakamoto, Ashigara (Mt. Ashigara) in Kanagawa Prefecture according to the "Kojiki."
  963. Yamatotarashihikokunioshihito no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Koan
  964. Yamatototohimomosohime no mikoto
  965. Yamatototohimomosohime no mikoto (date of birth and death unknown) was the Imperial princess of Emperor Korei.
  966. Yamatototohimomosohime no mikoto became the wife of Omono nushi no kami, but she fell down in surprise when she found out that the true form of Omono nushi to be a snake, and died because a chopstick had stuck into her private parts.
  967. Yamatouta song (Waka)
  968. Yamatouta wa Hito no kokoro wo tane toshite Yorozu no kotonoha tozo narerikeru (Waka [Japanese poems] are born from people's minds and grow into countless words.)
  969. Yamatsuteru-jinja Shrine
  970. Yamatsuteru-jinja Shrine (Maibara City, Shiga Prefecture)
  971. Yamatsuteru-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Maibara City, Shiga Prefecture.
  972. Yamauchi School
  973. Yamauchi and his comrades strongly demanded the participation of Yoshinobu, and while both groups stuck to their own demands, Tadayasu NAKAYAMA eventually declared a pause.
  974. Yamauchi opposed Iwakura, saying 'This is an unjust battle caused by Satsuma and Choshu,' but as Iwakura thundered out, 'I see. In that case, why don't you side with Yoshinobu,' Yamauchi kept silent.
  975. Yamauchi school (also read Yamanouchi school) is a style of Japanese Martial Arts Swimming maintained in Usuki City, Oita Prefecture.
  976. Yamauchi-jinja Shrine
  977. Yamaura Clan
  978. Yamaya Rice Planting Dance (January 21, 1981, Iwate Prefecture)
  979. Yamaya Taue-odori rice planting dance (January 21, 1981; Shiwa-cho, Shiwa-gun; Yamaya Taue-odori Hozonkai [Yamaya Taue-odori Dance Preservation Association])
  980. Yamayaki on the Akiyoshidai plateau (Yamaguchi Prefecture)
  981. Yamayaki on the Mt. Omuro (Shizuoka Prefecture)
  982. Yamayaki on the Sengokuhara plateau (Kanagawa Prefecture)
  983. Yamayaki on the Wakakusa-yama Mountain
  984. Yamazaki 10 Years Old
  985. Yamazaki 12 Years Old
  986. Yamazaki 18 Years Old
  987. Yamazaki 25 Years Old
  988. Yamazaki 35 Years Old
  989. Yamazaki 50 Years Old
  990. Yamazaki Choja no Maki (Flying Granary) 31.7 cm X 879.9 cm
  991. Yamazaki Distillery (Shimamoto Town, Mishima County, Osaka Prefecture)
  992. Yamazaki Domain
  993. Yamazaki Domain issued han bills from May 1818.
  994. Yamazaki Shoten
  995. Yamazaki Shoten (Kannon-ji Temple)
  996. Yamazaki Shoten Temple
  997. Yamazaki Shoten is another name for the independent Shingon Sect lineage Kannon-ji Temple in Yamazaki-cho, Otokuni-gun, Kyoto Prefecture.
  998. Yamazaki Shoten was founded by Cloistered Emperor Kanpyo (Emperor Uda) in the year 899.
  999. Yamazaki Shuku (a post town)
  1000. Yamazaki Shuku is a post town located at the border between Settsu Province and Yamashiro Province on Sanyodo Road, also known as Saigoku Kaido Road.

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