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  1. You were an elder living in Mt. Ito in Sung before.'
  2. You were born as the Lord of Dewa in Michinoku, that's why you can paint Dutch paintings.
  3. You were very exhausted.
  4. You who inquired after my safety when we stood amidst of the burning field of Ono, Sagamu, with mountains rising high above.
  5. You who once, surrounded by the fires at the plains of Sagamu, spoke to me, worried about me…
  6. You will be blessed with everlasting happiness.
  7. You will be hit if you have something to be hit in your mind.'
  8. You will be informed of his thoughts.
  9. You will find it by observing carefully that a medium possessed by a lower-grade spirit acts patronizingly, behaves and speaks domineeringly, orders, asserts and calls himself a holy God's name.
  10. You will have better luck and recover from illness and beam with happiness.'
  11. You will have better luck by controlling your eating and by devoting.'
  12. You will have such avarice.
  13. You will have such blind volition.
  14. You will have such deportment.
  15. You will have such earthly desires.
  16. You will have such faith.
  17. You will have such karma.
  18. You will have such knowledge.
  19. You will have such manners.
  20. You will have such mental concentration.
  21. You will have such views.
  22. You will hear its footsteps and also feel its existence, but cannot see it.
  23. You will mature.'
  24. You will never admit that the Hokkeshu sect lost the debate,' and Nobunaga commanded them 'Change your sect and become disciples of the Jodoshu sect, or, submit a written pledge that you will never slander the other sects, as you lost the debate.'
  25. You will never hit infants smiling and approaching you.'
  26. You will never know what will happen if you keep me alive. I am such a formidable enemy. You should kill me now;' he then pursed his lips and remained silent.
  27. You will not survive without improving yourself.'
  28. You will reach Kirara-bashi Bridge after walking through a residential area, where the path starts.
  29. You will respect like this.
  30. You will see clear Fuji.'
  31. You will see the preciousness in it.'
  32. You will speculate like this.
  33. You won't be able to imagine the war and maelstrom of spirits, so you need to ask God.'
  34. You won't find what to do anywhere except here, even if you search around the world with gold sandals.'
  35. You worried about the insufficient cultivated land in your home village during the Bunmei Era and you taught paper making methods to the local people, and finally successful production was achieved in subsequent generations.
  36. You would wag your tail if you had one.'
  37. You'll be too surprised to say a word, so improve your spirit soon not to fear anything.'
  38. You'll have more pleasures and will flourish.'
  39. You'll see the joy in it.'
  40. You're dismissed now.'
  41. You're sucking the mouth of my womb, making me breathless, and oh, I'm coming, your suckers, oh, your suckers, oh, I wonder what you're doing with these!
  42. You, ASAKURA (Yoshikage), please take the reins of the government. I have no more chances.'
  43. You, chicken SOGA no Goro Tokimune!' Ikyu said the real name of Sukeroku, which was a secret he must keep.
  44. You, idiot!
  45. You, stop.'
  46. You, the Heike, are merciless to kill me at the riverbed in broad daylight.
  47. Youchi Soga (Soga Brothers' Night Attack)
  48. Young Courtiers
  49. Young Daisuke MATSUI was not able to make a breakthrough in this situation by himself, and the fact that manager ENGELS and his successor, manager Pim VERBEEK were dismissed immediately, indicated that the team had strayed.
  50. Young Ducks by Seiho TAKEUCHI
  51. Young Emperor Meiji and young Tomomi IWAKURA also studied under him.
  52. Young Lady Akashi (also called Empress Akashi and Lady Akashi): The eldest daughter of Hikaru Genji.
  53. Young Male Masks
  54. Young Man
  55. Young Murasaki: The passage where Gofukakusa-in takes and raises Lady Nijo, the daughter of his beloved wet nurse Dainagon-no-suke, is strongly reminiscent of Young Murasaki in "The Tale of Genji."
  56. Young Ogai, having just settled down in Tokyo, lodged for a while at Amane NISHI's home whilst commuting to Shinbungakusha school.
  57. Young Prince Kanehito (Emperor Ichijo) was enthroned immediately, and his grandfather, Kaneie, was assigned as Regent.
  58. Young Woman
  59. Young Yoriie's leadership caused a revolt among warriors, and a 13-member conference system was established in 1200 by OE no Hiromoto, Kagetoki KAJIWARA, Yoshikazu HIKI, Tokimasa HOJO and Yoshitoki HOJO, in order to control Yoriie's autocratic rule.
  60. Young Yoritomo who had served in the battle for the first time, was supposed to be killed.
  61. Young and promising personnel from the Hojo clan were often chosen for Tandai, and many were promoted to shikken or rensho after returning to Kamakura.
  62. Young and thin frond of them are chosen, and dried after being boiled.
  63. Young as she was, Ohime became attached to Yoshitaka.
  64. Young ascetic monk
  65. Young boy's mask with agile expression.
  66. Young boys
  67. Young buds covered with agar are valued as material for Japanese cuisine.
  68. Young bureaucracy such as Masahito SAKAMOTO and Kenzaburo OKAMOTO convinced Shibusawa that he should play a main role of creating the system.
  69. Young bureaucrats such as Hirobumi ITO and Kaoru INOUE gathered around Okuma, and in cooperation with Takayoshi KIDO, they appealed for the construction of a modern state in an earlier period in order to check the activities of Toshimichi OKUBO and others.
  70. Young courtiers who pay a New Year's visit to Genji's residence feel distracted because of Tamakazura.
  71. Young female miko sometimes join the proceeding of chigo (young boys) at Shinto feasts.
  72. Young folks in a neighborhood go to Bancho Sarayashiki to see Okiku's ghost.
  73. Young fragrance unique to fresh sake derived from koji and it disappears as maturing progresses.
  74. Young girls had "Keshibozu" hairstyle (the hair shaved except at the top of the head like a poppy's fruit) until the age of six to eight; however, after that, they began to wear their hair long.
  75. Young lady Akashi --- the daughter of Hikaru Genji (Rokujo-in).
  76. Young lady Akashi returns to the Imperial court, leaving Nioumiya whom Murasaki no ue loved for his consolation.
  77. Young leaf of the Japanese pepper tree: One leaf may be floated on suiji in a bowl.
  78. Young leaves are carefully picked by hand
  79. Young leaves have the name as kinome (leaf bud) for edible use.
  80. Young men used wider straps with brighter colors, and the older they became, the more understated the straps became.
  81. Young men who lived in idleness wearing peculiar clothes like those of Nobunaga called themselves 'kabukimono' (the eccentric), and they competed each other the eccentricity of their costumes and performances.
  82. Young people also became fascinated with karaoke and writing and marketing of Japanese pop songs for karaoke started too.
  83. Young people are eating confectionery like a Tsubai-mochi, a pear and a mandarin orange mixed on the lid of a bamboo basket, frolicking.' (Wakana [Young green] chapter of The Tale of Genji) vol.1.
  84. Young people from Yokohama
  85. Young people's words
  86. Young peoples increasingly moved away from enka and showed growing preference for pops.
  87. Young princess who entered into, or were likely to enter into, a marriage of convenience
  88. Young-Me LEE: "Kankoku Shihoseido to UME Kenjiro" (South Korean judicial system and Kenjiro UME) (Hosei University Press: 2005) ISBN 9784588635106
  89. Younger Brother Yoshitsuna
  90. Younger Brother: Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA
  91. Younger brother of Chikara OISHI
  92. Younger brother of Nagatsune ASANO.
  93. Younger brother of Norikata UESUGI.
  94. Younger brother of Tsunanaga
  95. Younger brother of the third generation.
  96. Younger brother of the thirteenth family head, Takeshige KUKUCHI.
  97. Younger brother: BUNYA no Umidamaro
  98. Younger brother: FUNYA no Akitsu
  99. Younger brother: FUNYA no Miyatamaro
  100. Younger brother: Mochinaka ASHIKAGA
  101. Younger brother: Naosuke NOGI
  102. Younger brothers
  103. Younger geisha girls such as maiko (apprentice geisha) and hangyoku (child geisha) also wear this Geta.
  104. Younger half sister of Emperor Seiwa
  105. Younger maternal half-brother or sister: Ota no Himemiko, Takeru no Miko
  106. Younger maternal half-brother: Imperial Prince Otsu
  107. Younger maternal half-sister: Imperial Princess Ki no himemiko and Imperial Princess Takata no himemiko (husband: Mutobe no okimi)
  108. Younger maternal half-sisters of Prince Uji no Wakiiratsuko were Imperial Princess Yata no Hime [(八田皇女) Yata no Hime Miko] and Imperial Princess Metori no Hime [(雌鳥皇女) Metori no Hime Miko].
  109. Younger people with purple color, the older people with blue purple color, hanada (light blue), asagi (light yellow) with silk fabric.
  110. Younger sister of Chikara OISHI
  111. Younger sister of Gonta.
  112. Younger sister with different mother of the Chugu of the Emperor Kiritsubo.
  113. Younger sister: Fuji (married to Taichi KAIZIMA, an entrepreneur, in Fukuoka Prefecture)
  114. Younger sister: Hotei no irazume (Fujin [consort of the emperor] of Emperor Jomei, mother of Furuhito no Oe no Miko)
  115. Younger sister: Kiyo (married to Fusanosuke KUHARA, an entrepreneur and statesman, in Yamaguchi Prefecture)
  116. Younger son of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo.
  117. Younger step-brother: Hidemaro KONOE (conductor, composer)
  118. Younger step-brother: Naomaro KONOE (researcher of Gagaku, Japanese traditional music and dance)
  119. Younger step-brother: Tadamaro KONOE (became head of the Mizutanigawa Family, Head Priest of Kasugataisha Shrine)
  120. Younger step-sister: Takeko (married Kashiwa OYAMA, the second son of Prince Iwao OYAMA)
  121. Youngsters belonging to the Tokuso family wore bows and arrows, or guarded residences, keeping armors secretly.
  122. Youoku was one of editors of the "Shintojo".
  123. Your horse also grew weak.
  124. Your interest in something is itself a credible instructor inside you.
  125. Your knowledge about Kyoto will be certified by `Kyoto Expert Certification.'
  126. Your master's fortune will improve from now on.'
  127. Your master, the Judge Takasada ENYA had some disagreement with my lord, Mr. Moronao, who drew his sword and slashed him in the palace and it ended up with the judge's mansion being closed and him being carried as a criminal on a palanquin.
  128. Your mind freely opens up forever like the sky and clean moon free from evil thought is shining.
  129. Your quick wit was God's help.'
  130. Your remonstration is quite natural, but the orthodoxy of the Minamoto clan is dwindling at this moment, and my descendants could not succeed this position.'
  131. Your righteous government is peaceful and by reclaiming lands, your fame is spreading far and wide.'
  132. Your smell reminds me of a wild plum in snow.'
  133. Your subject, Yasumaro will state.
  134. Youth
  135. Youth League: nationalist and militaristic youth movement that was spiritually under the influence of various youth movements and the George Circle (George-kreis).
  136. Youth Normal School
  137. Youth Normal Schools across the country were as follows;
  138. Youth comic (A comic for high school students and above)
  139. Youthful chief, Kosho, guided the religious community during the war in the Showa period.
  140. Youths who didn't go to elementary school were obliged to go to 'Korean Special Youth Training Camp' for one year to have 600-hour education.
  141. Yowa no Hokuriku syuppei (the dispatch of troops to the Hokuriku region in the Yowa period)
  142. Yowa no Nezame (Awaken at Midnight)
  143. Yowa: July 14, 1181 - May 27, 1182
  144. Yoya Archery festival in ancient style
  145. Yoyo School (燁々流)
  146. Yoyo Seisuiki (Rise and Fall of Yoyo)
  147. Yoyogi Seminar Sateline Seminar Nagaoka School
  148. Yozan UESUGI, who is generally seen as a wise ruler, was once being driven to the brink of oshikome by his vassals who opposed to his reform (Shichike Disturbance).
  149. Yozei-Genji
  150. Yozei-Genji (Minamoto clan) Theory
  151. Yozenin
  152. Yozenin became very angry and sent him away by saying 'I do not want incense to be offered from such an unfaithful retainer. Leave.'
  153. Yozenin tonsured at Kamiyashiki around 11 p.m.
  154. Yozo TORII, the bakufu's metsuke (inspector of foot soldiers), hostilely viewed his opposition and targeted Shoshikai as he had heightened the sensitivity due to Oshio Heihachiro no ran (Rebellion of Oshio Heihachiro).
  155. Yozo YAMAO
  156. Yozo YAMAO (November 5, 1837 - December 21, 1917) was the person who lived from the end of Edo period to the Meiji period.
  157. Yu Ansei's disciples included the two major scholars of Sui, Ryu Shaku and Ryu Gen.
  158. Yu Juriki (Xiong Shili)
  159. Yu MIZUNO also defined this dynasty as Nintoku Dynasty.
  160. Yu MIZUNO called Sujin Dynasty as Old Dynasty.
  161. Yu MIZUNO called this dynasty the Middle Dynasty which was generally called the first Yamato Administration, the second Yamato Administration and so on.
  162. Yu MIZUNO thought that Emperor Keitai who was from a local ruling family in either Omi or Echizen usurped the throne.
  163. Yu YOSHIMURA, the second generation, and Yuko YOSHIMURA, the third generation succeeded the iemoto, but under the air raid in World War II, all Minami areas were burned down and many of musical scores or choreography, which were succeeded to the iemoto for generations, were destroyed by fire.
  164. Yu?-bing (moon cake) and m?n-tou (dumpling) originated from Chinese cooking are established by developing and improving 'mochi' made from wheat flour, and it is sometimes said that noodles branched off from this.
  165. Yua
  166. Yua (1291 - c.1379) was a Ji Sect Buddhist monk and Manyo scholar who lived from the latter part of the Kamakura period to the Northern and Southern Courts period.
  167. Yuage
  168. Yuage (to soak a flower covered in hot water).
  169. Yuage as a Mizuage technique
  170. Yuage is one of the Mizuage (method of prolonging the lives of flowers) methods.
  171. Yuan (Sekian) TAKEI (dates of birth & death unknown) was a military commander and tea ceremony aficionado during the Warring States period in Japan.
  172. Yuan KITAMURA
  173. Yuan KITAMURA (1648-1719) was a wealthy farmer, a master of tea ceremony and an epicure in the Edo period.
  174. Yuan KITAMURA (1650 - 1719) was a wealthy farmer of Katata, Omi Province and was conversant in kaiseki-ryori (set of dishes served on an individual tray for entertaining guests) and landscape gardening, and he left a name in Yuan Yaki (Japanese grill, using meat or fish which are marinated, impaled on long skewers and broiled over hot coals), among other things.
  175. Yuan TAKEI
  176. Yuan Xiao Jie (the Chinese lantern festival held on the 15th of the first month of the lunar calendar, called Genshosetsu in Japanese) is also called Shang Yuan Festival (Jogensetsu in Japanese) and is celebrated according to the old calendar.
  177. Yuan Yaki (a kind of grilled fish or meat)
  178. Yuan originally called for succeeding Chin, and the Southern Song Dynasty was unrealized.
  179. Yuan was born in a wealthy farmer family in Katata, Omi Province.
  180. Yuan yaki (幽庵焼き in kanji) is also written as 柚庵焼き or 祐庵焼き.
  181. Yuan yaki is a grilled dish with a refreshing smell of citron.
  182. Yuan yaki is a kind of yakimono (grilled fish or meat) of Japanese cuisine.
  183. Yuan-song WEI
  184. Yuan-yaki
  185. Yuan-yaki (Japanese grill, using meat or fish which are marinated, impaled on long skewers and broiled over hot coals)
  186. Yuasa soy-sauce Museum
  187. Yuasa, Yuasa-cho, Wakayama Prefecture, 2006, brewery town
  188. Yuasa, Yuasa-cho, Wakayama Prefecture, brewery town
  189. Yuba (bean curd skin)
  190. Yuba (bean-curd skin)
  191. Yuba and fu (bread-like pieces of wheat gluten)
  192. Yuba in the form of knots, called 'fupijie' (f?p?ji?), is made in China.
  193. Yuba is a processed food made from soybeans.
  194. Yuba is also often used in Fucha-ryori cuisine (Chinese-style Buddhist vegetarian cuisine).
  195. Yuba is available in various forms including dried yuba as well as yuba which has been made into a roll or knot while it was partially dry.
  196. Yubai SESSON and Genko JYAKUSHITSU were typical persons affected by him.
  197. Yubashiri (running water)
  198. Yubeshi
  199. Yubeshi (written as 柚餅子) is a processed food which is made using citron.
  200. Yubeshi as a Japanese confectionery
  201. Yubeshi as chinmi
  202. Yubeshi has existed since ancient times, and a process of making yubeshi as an accompaniment to sake is recorded in a cooking book titled "Ryori Monogatari" ("Tale of Food"), which was written in the Edo period.
  203. Yubeshi in the Tohoku region
  204. Yubeshi in the Tohoku region can be largely divided into two types.
  205. Yubeshi in the Tohoku region such as Sendai Yubeshi does not contain citron.
  206. Yubibue
  207. Yubibue is sometimes called kuchibue.
  208. Yubin Hochi Shinbun Nishiki-ga'
  209. Yubin-hochi Shinbun
  210. Yubusame has been designated as Tokyo Metropolitan intangible folk cultural properties.
  211. Yudachi (literally "An Evening Shower," solo vocal with piano accompaniment, lyrics by Kume HIGASHI)
  212. Yudan naku zanshomimaiya sakabayashi' (Take care in the lingering summer heat, sakabayashi) and 'asazamu no umawomataseta sakabayashi' (I kept a horse waiting in the cold morning, sakabayashi) were haiku that showed some views of Inadani from the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate to the early Meiji period.
  213. Yudate, a mixture of the Kumano cult rebirth rites Yu no kiyomari (purification by hot water) and Igomori no juho (incantation of confining), is said to have been handed down from that time.
  214. Yudate, a rite that miko and others boil water in a caldron and splash the hot water on themselves or people around to purify them, is joined by kagura dance played either by a miko with torimono or by a masked Noh player.
  215. Yudate-kagura
  216. Yudate-kagura (Yutate-kagura) is one of Japanese traditional kagura forms.
  217. Yudate-kagura is also called 'yu-kagura'.
  218. Yudate-kagura is the general name of religious rites to wish no occurrence of diseases and disasters and rich harvest of five grain crops, etc., and to have the year's fortune told by conducting rites using boiled water which is boiled in a large pot.
  219. Yudofu
  220. Yudofu is one of the dishes made with tofu.
  221. Yuejianglou Pavillon (in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province)
  222. Yueyang Tower (in Yueyang City, Hunan Province)
  223. Yuezhou Celadon Ewer (excavated from Kihata, Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture)
  224. Yufu is also called 'nusa' and is applied to the Chinese characters of '幣' or '幣帛.'
  225. Yufu is made of kozo bark fiber and paper is also made of kozo fiber.
  226. Yufu' was a ceremonial implement to bring god and an ornament of the seat for a god.
  227. Yuga (a kind of oil painting with pigments mixed with Mitsuda-yu oil)
  228. Yugake (a glove on the right hand)
  229. Yugake (a glove on the right hand, ゆがけ) (also written as '?,' '弓懸' and '弓掛け')
  230. Yugake for left hand.
  231. Yugake, also referred as Kake, Sho is a deerskin glove-like gear for drawing Japanese bow used in Japanese kyudo (Japanese art of archery) or the art of Japanese archery.
  232. Yugao (Evening face)
  233. Yugao (Evening face) is one of the fifty-four chapters of "The Tale of Genji."
  234. Yugao (The Tale of Genji)
  235. Yugao and Tamakazura, a daughter of To no Chujo comes to be taken in by Genji and live in the Rokujo estate through an act of fate.
  236. Yugao disappeared after being threatened by his legal wife.
  237. Yugao is the missing lover of To no Chujo, Genji's best friend.
  238. Yugao lost consciousness, and died at dawn.
  239. Yugao'
  240. Yugao: To no Chujo's lover and the mother of Tamakazura.
  241. Yugaodana (the trellis for the bottle gourd)
  242. Yugara
  243. Yugasan
  244. Yugashijiron (Discourse on the Stages of Concentration Practice)
  245. Yugashijiron (Discourse on the Stages of Concentration Practice): Vols. 12, 13, 14 & 17
  246. Yugashijiron (Yogacara Bhumi), Volume 21 (Commentary Copied by Gyoshin)
  247. Yugawara Mikan
  248. Yuge (play)
  249. Yuge Route: Shuzan - Shimoyuge - Keihoku Byoin mae (Keihoku Hospital) - Kamiyuge - Sendaniguchi
  250. Yuge no Miko (Prince Yuge)
  251. Yuge no Miko (Prince Yuge) was his brother (the same father and mother), and Prince Kurusu, FUNYA no Kiyomi, Prince Nagata, and FUNYA no Ochi numbered among his children.
  252. Yuge no Miko (Prince Yuge, year of birth unknown - August 24, 699) was the ninth (or the sixth) prince of Emperor Tenmu.
  253. Yuge no miko eventually accepted the Emperor Jito's intention, and the decision was made to make the Prince Karu as the crown prince.
  254. Yuge-go Village
  255. Yuge-jinja Shrine
  256. Yugen
  257. Yugen (delicate beauty, subtle and profound) and Myo (Wonder)
  258. Yugen in Renga
  259. Yugen in waka
  260. Yugen is one of the basic ideas of Japanese culture in the area of various arts such as literature, paintings, performing arts and architecture.
  261. Yugeshima-no-sho: estate of retired emperor.
  262. Yugi
  263. Yugi origami (play paper folding)
  264. Yugiri (Evening Mist)
  265. Yugiri (Evening Mist) (Genji Monogatari) wanted Niou Miya to marry his daughter, but Niou Miya was not interested in that because he preferred free love.
  266. Yugiri (Evening Mist) is one of the fifty-four chapters of "The Tale of Genji."
  267. Yugiri (The Tale of Genji)
  268. Yugiri Tayu
  269. Yugiri Tayu (the first)
  270. Yugiri Tayu (the second)
  271. Yugiri Tayu was a Geisha of the highest rank, and lived in Yukaku (red-light district) of Kyoto, Shimabara, Osaka, and Shinmachi; only two women among all the Geisha had the name of 'Yugiri.'
  272. Yugiri became concerned and visited Kashiwagi, and he hinted to her that he had caused resentment of Genji and asked her to mediate.
  273. Yugiri came back to Genji, and tenaciously questioned him about what he really intended to do with Tamakazura, saying that there was a rumor that he would take her as one of his concubines.
  274. Yugiri consults with Genji about this, but Genji avoids telling him what to do.
  275. Yugiri has a girl friend from his childhood called Kumoi no Kari, a daughter of the former To no Chujo (the Palace Minister), but her father becomes Genji's political enemy and forces the two of them apart, which makes Yugiri even more depressed.
  276. Yugiri invited Ochiba no Miya to the Summer-Residence in Rokujo-in Palace and dutifully visited her and Kumoi no Kari at Sanjo-dono Palace fifteen days each per month on day-by-day rotating basis.
  277. Yugiri is a fictitious character who appears in "The Tale of Genji."
  278. Yugiri is loved by this family and has a close relationship with them.
  279. Yugiri is told about her sudden death and he conducts the whole funeral, but Ochiba no Miya blames him for her death and will not open her heart to him.
  280. Yugiri leaves for Kyushu following his order.
  281. Yugiri says that he wanted to return home but stayed in Kyoto for three years against his will because he was busy with the imperial court service.
  282. Yugiri says, 'The kinuta is pounded by people of low position, but if it calms you down, I will prepare one for you.'
  283. Yugiri was named for posterity after the title of the volume in which he acts as a central figure.
  284. Yugiri's concubine, To no Naishinosuke, also sides with Kumoi no Kari, so she is isolated and does not know what to do.
  285. Yugiri's foster mother, Hanachirusato, asks for an explanation about the rumor, and after he returns home, he quarrels with his wife, Kumoi no Kari, who is blinded by jealousy.
  286. Yugiri, Genji's son by Aoi, celebrates his coming of age.
  287. Yugiri, disconcerted by the various women as beautiful as flowers, sent Kumoi no Kari a letter.
  288. Yugiri, the oldest son of Genji (The Tale of Genji)
  289. Yugiri, who asks her to stay over night under the pretext that the fog is thickening, tells her insistently how much he has loved her for many years.
  290. Yugiri, who knew this, decided to arrange a marriage between his daughter, Rokunokimi, and Nioumiya.
  291. Yugiri, who virtually forces Ochiba no Miya to marry him, visits both Kumoi no Kari and Ochiba no Miya equally at night for fifteen days a month each, and he moves Ochiba no Miya to the Summer-Residence of Rokujo-in Palace, and moreover adopts Roku no Kimi, a daughter of To no Naishinosuke. ('Nioumiya')
  292. Yugiri: The first son of Hikaru Genji.
  293. Yugisho (testimony by boiling water)
  294. Yugisho is a method that was mainly used in trials to judge which of the two claimants involved had a just claim.
  295. Yugisho is considered to be an inheritance of kukatachi (an ancient way of making a judgment by putting one's hands in hot water) from ancient times, but no such technique existed in the period of the Ritsuryo legal codes.
  296. Yugoro KONDO
  297. Yugoro KONDO (December 24, 1851 - February 23, 1933) was an expert swordsman from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji period.
  298. Yugoro remarried Tayo of Kokubun-ji Temple, but they were divorced 2 and a half years later because he could not get along with his mother-in-law, Tsune.
  299. Yugoro succeeded the family name of KONDO and became Yugoro KONDO.
  300. Yugoro was born as the second son of Otogoro MIYAGAWA in Kamiishihara Village, Bushu (Musashi Province).
  301. Yugoro was engaged to Isami's only daughter, Tama KONDO, in 1863 when Isami KONDO left for Kyoto as a member of the roshi-gumi (an organization of masterless samurai).
  302. Yugyo Shonin the Fourth.
  303. Yugyo-so (traveling monk) who learned Zo-mitsu (the Mixed Esoteric Buddhism) thought to appear to meet their demands and encourage building Jingu-ji Temple.
  304. Yugyoyanagi (The Priest and the Willow)
  305. Yuhan allowed the young using money with relative generosity to make their eyes open to the world.
  306. Yuhi Jizo
  307. Yuhigaura Beach: selected as one of the 100 most beautiful sunset-watch spots in Japan.
  308. Yuhigaura Hot Spring
  309. Yuhigaura Hot Spring is a hot spring located in Amino-cho, Tango City, Kyoto Prefecture (Tango Province under an ancient administrative division).
  310. Yuhigaura Onsen Hot Spring Area (including Yuhigaura Onsen Hot Spring and Hamazume Onsen Hot Spring)
  311. Yuhitsu
  312. Yuhitsu (private secretary) - Kanzaemon HORIE (7 ryo), Motoemon SUZUKI (6 ryo)
  313. Yuhitsu is a civil officer who worked as a secretary of samurai family in the medieval and modern times.
  314. Yuho 100-sen (100 best promenades for walking)
  315. Yuho-koen Park, Oita City, Oita Prefecture: 'Statue of Ito Mancio' (the work by Sculptor Seibo KITAMURA)
  316. Yuhoen of Sumitomo Shishigatani Villa in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  317. Yui no Yashiro (Middle Shrine)
  318. Yui-no-yashiro Shrine of Kibune-jinja Shrine is dedicated to her as the god of marriage (matchmaking), Cupid.
  319. Yuichi TAKAHASHI: "Sake" (Salmon)
  320. Yuien explained that even during Honen had been alive different thoughts had arisen and he worried about wrong faiths would be passed down to future generations therefore he had decided to write a book.
  321. Yuien grieved about those different thoughts ignoring Shinran's teaching and wrote a book.
  322. Yuien heard these words as one of the priests who went up to Kyoto from Kanto region and asked Shinran about the Incident of Zenran.
  323. Yuige: A yuige (poem of teachings for disciples and future generations written by a high priest prior to his death) written by Ikkyu Sojun aged 88 years in 1481 before he passed away and beginning with words with the following meaning:
  324. Yuiitsu shinto myoho [myobo] yoshu
  325. Yuima is a legendary person who appears in Buddhist scriptures, but is expressed realistically as an old man.
  326. Yuima-zu (picture of a Buddhist layman named Yuima, ink drawing), private collection (Important Cultural Property)
  327. Yuin
  328. Yuin came to mean the seals in the sense that it could be impressed anywhere on the documents when it began to be used on the calligraphy and pictures.
  329. Yuin is a seal that has no character belonging to any individuals or corporations such as full name, gago (pseudonym), trade name and yago (shop name), but has inmon (words or symbols engraved on the seal) curved.
  330. Yuin' is the name of the seals indicating okyakuin or akkakuin (seal on the lower side of documents) as opposed to the inshuin (kanbo) among the seals affixed over two edges on the right shoulders of documents in order to prevent forgery of the emperor's written appointments.
  331. Yuino (exchange of engagement gifts)
  332. Yuishiki Nijuronjutsuki Kenkosho, 5 volumes
  333. Yuiunmugashin
  334. Yuiwakamiya Shrine was moved from Yuigo Tsurugaoka to kobayashigo.
  335. Yuiwata (Late Edo Period; Worn, originally, by the girls and young women of townspeople, and now with modern haregi)
  336. Yuiwata (tied cotton): it is tied by Tegara at the folding back of Shimada Mage.
  337. Yuiwata: A modification of Shimada.
  338. Yuizen
  339. Yuizen (1253-March 23, 1317) was a priest of the Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) in the late Kamakura period.
  340. Yuizen, who was defeated, destroyed Otani Byodo Mausoleum thoroughly, took Mieizo (wooden statue of Shinran) as well as a portion of Shinran's remains and ran away to Kamakura.
  341. Yuji SEKI says that two opposing views born out of a struggle between 'those who tried to erase history' and 'those who wanted to protect history' created a 'fairy tale that smoothed out the truths' and a 'fairy tale that clarified the truths.'
  342. Yuji TOGI
  343. Yujinso (funeral by friends)
  344. Yujiro IMAI
  345. Yujiro IMAI (1843? - January 29, 1868?) was a rank-and-file member of the Shinsengumi.
  346. Yujiro ISHIHARA appeared in both movies.
  347. Yujiro ISHII
  348. Yujiro ISHII (January 31, 1846-August 9, 1903) was a feudal retainer of the Kuwana Domain in the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate and later a member of the Shinsengumi.
  349. Yujiro MOTORA
  350. Yujiro established his status as a superstar.
  351. Yujo
  352. Yujo (prostitute)
  353. Yujo GOTO
  354. Yujo GOTO (1440 - June 20, 1512) was the founder of the Goto family of sword ornament craftsman.
  355. Yujo GOTO (1440-1512): a metalworker.
  356. Yujo Monko-zu (A Prostitute Identifying Aroma) (Tokyo National Museum)
  357. Yujo or Asobime was a prostitute who did sexual service to men at yukaku (prostitute quarters) or a posting station, and the meaning of yujo is generally considered 'a woman who has her guest make merry.'
  358. Yukaba, Iwakuni City's Kanmai sacred dance (February 3, 1979)
  359. Yukai
  360. Yukai (1345 - August 10, 1416) was a Shingon Sect priest scholar who lived from the Northern and Southern Courts period (Japan) to the mid-Muromachi period.
  361. Yukai (world after death) cannot be seen from the land of the living
  362. Yukai also banished nenbutsu (Buddhist invocation) which had been held in Mt. Koya.
  363. Yukai is known as the author of the "Hokyosho," a commentary on the Tachikawa School of Esoteric Buddhism.
  364. Yukai's school was called Homon but this spilt into Chokaku's Jumon and Mt. Koya Esoteric Buddhism, and within the Shingon Sect were ranked with Raiyu of Negoro-ji Temple and Koho of To-ji Temple.
  365. Yukaku (a red-light district): Yoshiwara yukaku, Shimabara, Shinmachi yukaku, and other whorehouses (okabasho)
  366. Yukaku (red-light district)
  367. Yukaku after the Meiji period
  368. Yukaku in Osaka and Kyoto moved to Shinmachi (Shinmachi Yukaku) and Suzakuno (Shimabara Yukaku), respectively, in the early 17th century.
  369. Yukaku itself got popularized and the common people became its major customers.
  370. Yukaku red-light districts around the country
  371. Yukaku was a block enclosed with walls and moats where licensed prostitute houses were concentrated.
  372. Yukaku was came into existence in Edo in 1612.
  373. Yukaku was constructed in the present northern bank of the Dotonborigawa River in Osaka.
  374. Yukaku was established in the Azuchi-momoyama period.
  375. Yukan Karafuto
  376. Yukan MATSUI
  377. Yukan MATSUI was a civil officer in the Azuchi-Momoyama period (the period of warring states in Japan).
  378. Yukata (a kind of traditional Japanese clothing)
  379. Yukata (an informal cotton kimono)
  380. Yukata during the Heisei period is completely different from Yukata that was an extension of its original form of garment worn after a bath, and they have become more colorful and fashionable than ever so that some showy forms are called 'Gal Yukata.'
  381. Yukata is a kind of wafuku (traditional Japanese clothing).
  382. Yukata with the logo of the ryokan on them help advertise the ryokan, and also the sight of visitors in yukata helps to create an onsen atmosphere in the town.
  383. Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics
  384. Yukei MATSUNAGA, a Daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order) and a chief priest of Fudaraku-in Temple of Koyasan, assumed the 412th head priest of Kongobu-ji Temple, Grand Head Temple of Koyasan Shingon sect in November 15, 2006.
  385. Yukei TESHIMA: one character calligraphy
  386. Yukeibunkazai (tangible cultural properties)
  387. Yuki (the first province to offer the first rice crop of the year at the Onie no matsuri Festival) and Suki (place where the Onie no matsuri Festival takes place)
  388. Yuki Domain: Yuki-jo Castle
  389. Yuki IKENOBO
  390. Yuki KASAI played his role in NHK historic drama, 'Shinsengumu!' in 2004.
  391. Yuki OGURA
  392. Yuki OGURA (March 1, 1895 - July 23, 2000) was a Japanese-style painter.
  393. Yuki SHUHO
  394. Yuki SHUHO (the date of birth unknown - August 1372) was a Zen priest of the Rikkyoku school of Tofuku-ji Temple who was active during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  395. Yuki YOSHIMURA the fourth was certified as the holder of an Important Intangible Cultural Property as well as being awarded with the title of a Person of Cultural Merit.
  396. Yuki and Suki
  397. Yuki ni Usu: it is the original crest of the Date clan, which Terumune and Masamune used.
  398. Yuki no Hi (March 1893, 'Bungakukai')
  399. Yuki pongee
  400. Yuki served as the chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Japan Academy of Fine Arts from 1990 to 1996.
  401. Yuki was born on March 1, 1895, in Maruya-cho, Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  402. Yuki ya Konko (solo vocal with piano accompaniment, lyrics by Kume HIGASHI)
  403. Yuki' is the tsuji (distinctive character used in the names of all people belonging to a single clan or lineage) of the Sanada family (specifically, the Unno family, the master's house of the Sanada family).
  404. Yuki's birth name was Yuki MIZOUE.
  405. Yuki's works included "O-fujin Zazo" (Portrait of Mrs. O), "Shojo" (Girl), and "Yokujo Sonoichi" (Bathing Women 1).
  406. Yuki-jinja Shrine
  407. Yuki-jinja Shrine and Gojoten-jinja Shrine share the same enshrined deity.
  408. Yuki-tataki (Dusting of Snow)
  409. Yukichi FUKUZAWA
  410. Yukichi FUKUZAWA "An Outline of a Theory of Civilization (Bunmeiron no gairyaku)", Keio Gijuku Daigaku Shuppankai, November 2008
  411. Yukichi FUKUZAWA (1835 - 1901) believed the consistency of the Imperial family was the essence for promoting modernization.
  412. Yukichi FUKUZAWA (educator)
  413. Yukichi FUKUZAWA also regarded imperial permanence as a factor for promoting Japan's modernization.
  414. Yukichi FUKUZAWA and his colleagues, who had kept supporting Ok-gyun KIM and the Progressive Party, came to give up Korea and China completely as hopeless due to this affair.
  415. Yukichi FUKUZAWA remembered the way in which private-school students tried to get ahead of other students in using the dictionary.
  416. Yukichi FUKUZAWA still cared for Setsuzo and visited him in jail many times to take care of him, even though Setsuzo had ignored his advices and gone to the war.
  417. Yukichi FUKUZAWA suffered from typhoid fever when he was a student of Tekijuku.
  418. Yukichi FUKUZAWA was also a pupil although a short term.
  419. Yukichi FUKUZAWA's Theory of 'Bansei ikkei" (an Unbroken Imperial Lineage)
  420. Yukichi FUKUZAWA, also wrote in the 'Jiji Shinpo' which he organized, that he was surprised that the constitution was promulgated and the national diet was established without any 'national conflict,' and was pleased with it.
  421. Yukichi FUKUZAWA, despite being critical of him, was one of the people who made efforts to spare his life.
  422. Yukichi FUKUZAWA: Founded an incorporated educational institution, Gakko Hojin Keio Gijuku, and was a famous thinker in many fields, especially in law and economics.
  423. Yukichi and Kaishu KATSU
  424. Yukichi and Manjiro NAKAHAMA (John Manjiro,) who attended the embassy as an interpreter, bought copies of the concise edition of "Webster's English Dictionary" which they used in studying English in Japan.
  425. Yukichi defined the word in Article 2 of "Shushin yoryo" as 'a person who keeps both mentally and physically independent and respects himself without losing dignity as a person is a man of dokuritsujison.'
  426. Yukichi describes three kinds of accident insurance of shogai ukeoi (life insurance), kasai ukeoi (fire insurance), and kaijo ukeoi (marine insurance) by an expression 'About accident insurance - INSUARANSU' in "Seiyo tabi annai."
  427. Yukichi had always been critical of Kaishu KATSU.
  428. Yukichi invited Gentan SUGITA to make Sonnosha a place for instructing medical doctors.
  429. Yukichi lived in the house of Monojiro YAMAMOTO, who was an expert of gunnery and a public servant of Nagasaki, and learned the Dutch language under a Dutch translator, who worked as a Nagasaki official for interpreting and the like.
  430. Yukichi published "Yasegaman no setsu" after this meeting.
  431. Yukichi published the book as "Rangaku kotohajime" with a foreword by himself in 1869 by permission of Renkei SUGITA, Genpaku's descendant of the fourth generation.
  432. Yukichi taught in Tepposhu again.
  433. Yukichi translated the terms debtor and creditor as karikata and kashikata.
  434. Yukichi was a master of Iai; he had practiced Iai in the Tachimi shinryu school from his youth to be granted the menkyo kaiden when he grew up to be a man.
  435. Yukichi's theory of the equality of the sexes
  436. Yukichika NENOI
  437. Yukichika NENOI (year of birth unknown - March 11, 1184) was a busho (Japanese military commander) who lived during the late Heian period.
  438. Yukichika NENOI and Chikatada TATE desperately fought a defensive battle, but Yoshitsune's troops managed to cross the Uji-gawa River.
  439. Yukie NAKANE, Junojo SAKAI
  440. Yukifuji NIKAIDO (a family of Dewa Bicchu), who was a grandson of Yukimura NIKAIDO (of Oki family line) and had no Mandokoro Shitsuji in the family before, became Mandokoro Shitsuji on October 19.
  441. Yukifumi TAGAWA
  442. Yukifumi TAGAWA was a gozoku (a member of a local ruling family) who lived in the Kamakura period, who claimed to be the gunji (district manager) of Tagawa District, headquartered in Tagawa District, Dewa Province (or Uzen Province as a result of the later division of the Province) (currently Tagawa District, Tsuruoka City).
  443. Yukifumi lost the battle and his severed head was gibbeted.
  444. Yukifumi's gravestone is located at the north end of Aza-Renka-dera Temple in Tagawa District, Tsuruoka City, where Renka-dera Temple which, was the family temple of the Tagawa clan, was said to have been located.
  445. Yukihide NIKAIDO
  446. Yukihide NIKAIDO (1581 - date of death is unknown) was sengoku busho (military commander in the Warring State period in Japan) from the Azuchi Momoyama period to the Edo period.
  447. Yukihira
  448. Yukihira also wrote the poem 'If someone unexpectedly asks about me, answer that I live miserably dropping tears like dropping salt water from landed marine plants at Suma Bay.'
  449. Yukihira enshrined the statue at his estate in Takatsuji Karasuma.
  450. Yukihira gained the assistance of a Karonotsu fisherman and, on inspecting something that he saw shining in the waves, he discovered that it was a life-size statue of Yakushi Nyorai.
  451. Yukihira vowed to take the statue to Kyoto and left Inaba Province behind but many years passed without him gaining the opportunity to visit Inaba Province.
  452. Yukihiro UJIIE
  453. Yukihiro UJIIE (1546 - June 4, 1615) was a busho (Japanese military commander) and daimyo (feudal lord) from the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) to the early Edo period.
  454. Yukihiro served Nobunaga ODA and then Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and since he performed military exploits in the conquest and siege of Odawara and others, he was given a territory of 22,000 koku in the Kuwana Domain in the Ise Province.
  455. Yukihisa (以久) SHIMAZU (August 12, 1550 - May 31, 1610) was a busho (Japanese military commander) of the Shimazu clan, who lived during the Sengoku Period (period of warring states).
  456. Yukihisa NIKAIDO
  457. Yukihisa NIKAIDO (1205 - January 20, 1267 [December 17, 1266 in old lunar calendar]) was a governmental official of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), responsible for practical works, during the mid-Kamakura period.
  458. Yukihisa SHIMAZU
  459. Yukihisa's Homyo (a posthumous Buddhist name) was 'Kogetuinden-shoyo-sofunjo-daikoji' (高月院殿照誉宗憤恕大居士).
  460. Yukiie AKAI, Naomasa's younger brother, married the granddaughter of Motonori ADACHI as his second wife in Miyata, Tanba Province and had a son, Hisamoto ADACHI, then Akai died in 1606 at the age of 70.
  461. Yukiie KUJO
  462. Yukiie KUJO (March 28, 1586 - September 29, 1665) was a court noble who lived in the early Edo period
  463. Yukiie KUJO, Zoko (the head priest of To-ji temple) and a wife of Imperial Prince Hachijonomiya Toshihito were his children.
  464. Yukiie departed from the capital on the same day the princely command was dated, the twelfth day of the fifth month (ninth day of the fourth month in old lunar calendar), and visited many different provinces.
  465. Yukiie played an active role in passing on to all Genji people in the country Prince Mochihito's order to hunt down and kill the Heike family and raise an army against the Heike clan during the Jisho-Juei War, but after the fall of the Heike clan he entered a conflict with his nephew, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, as a result of which he was defeated and killed.
  466. Yukiie worked as a Kurodo (Chamberlain) for princess Hachijoin, and as such had a close relationship with prince Mochihito (her adopted son).
  467. Yukiie, who was on bad terms with Yoshinaka, went to Harima Province on November 8th to search and destroy the Heishi clan, but after his immediate defeat he went into hiding and did not return to the capital.
  468. Yukikage KONISHI: A keeper of the Uto-jo Castle who received a fief of 5,000-koku.
  469. Yukikata NIKAIDO
  470. Yukikata NIKAIDO (1206 - 1267) was a governmental official responsible for practical works in the mid Kamakura period.
  471. Yukikatsu (Yoshiharu HOSOKAWA), Katsuhisa's adopted child from the Shugo family of Awa, returned to the Shugo family of Awa, as his real older brother Masayuki died, therefore, the line of Katsuhisa did not take a position of Shugo after that, and the Shugo family was practically ended.
  472. Yukikazu was also able to serve as a direct retainer of the shogun.
  473. Yukikiyo AKASAKA
  474. Yukikiyo AKASAKA (year of birth unknown - 1336) was a Japanese military commander in Hoki Province from the late Kamakura period to the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  475. Yukikiyo was a member of a powerful local clan, which had dominated around Nakayama Town, Yabase District, Hoki Province (present-day Daisen Town in Saihaku District, and Kotoura Town and Akasaki Town in Tohaku District) from around the late Kamakura period.
  476. Yukiko (wife of Enkichi OKI)
  477. Yukiko TODOROKI
  478. Yukiko TODOROKI (September 11, 1917 - May 11, 1967) was the Japanese actress.
  479. Yukiko, another elder sister of Aritomo, married Hisanojo MORIYAMA.
  480. Yukikuma: In Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture that is well known for it's violent heat during the summer, shaved ice, for which local water is used, is devised as a part of movement to revitalize the town and eating and drinking establishments in the city compete to create their own original menu for shaved ice.
  481. Yukikuni also served Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents) like his grandfather, but very few historical materials are left about his subsequent behavior and it is assumed that Tada-Genji reduced its power after Akikuni was exiled.
  482. Yukimasa NIKAIDO
  483. Yukimasa NIKAIDO (year of birth and death unknown) held the office of Mandokoro-rei (later called Mandokoro Betto [administrator of a Buddhist temple]), a member of the 13-person parliament during the Kamakura Period.
  484. Yukimatsu HIRANO (Yukimasu)
  485. Yukimi
  486. Yukimi is one of the Japanese folkways since the medieval period, where people enjoy watching the snowing or the snowscape.
  487. Yukimi type
  488. Yukimitsu NIKAIDO
  489. Yukimitsu NIKAIDO (1164 - September 1219) was a governmental official responsible for practical works at the beginning of the Kamakura period.
  490. Yukimitsu NIKAIDO appeared in various scenes as a close adviser of the ama shogun (nun shogun), and there is an important description in the article dated February 13, 1219 in "Azuma Kagami".
  491. Yukimitu NIKAIDO was a child of Yukimitsu NIKAIDO.
  492. Yukimitu in the late Kamakura period
  493. Yukimizake (taking sake enjoying a snow scene)
  494. Yukimori NIKAIDO
  495. Yukimori NIKAIDO (1181 - December 30, 1253) was a grandson of Yukimasa NIKAIDO and Mandokoro Shitsuji (chief of Mandokoro, the Administrative Board) of the Kamakura bakufu and hyojoshu (a member of Council of State).
  496. Yukimori YAMANAKA
  497. Yukimori YAMANAKA was a busho (a military commander) during the Sengoku period (Period of Warring States), who resided in the San-in region.
  498. Yukimori YAMANAKA was taken prisoner and was later killed with a sword while being transferred.
  499. Yukimori was also promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and became Harima no kuni no kami (governor of Harima Province) and Sama no kami.
  500. Yukimori was captured again; however, his dramatic escape was so firmly entrenched in the enemy's mind that he was killed while being escorted to prison.
  501. Yukimori was in the service of the Amago clan from his youth.
  502. Yukimori worked hard for the restoration of the Amago clan with his uncle Hisatsuna TACHIHARA.
  503. Yukimori-jinja Shrine, Arimori-jinja Shrine and Ochon-jinja Shrine are dedicated to Yukimori, Arimori and Sukemori respectively, all of which are designated as Important intangible folk cultural assets.
  504. Yukimune NIKAIDO, a legitimate child of Yukitada, became Hikitsukeshu (Coadjustor of the High Court), but died earlier than Yukitada, and after the death of Yukitada, his grandson Yukisada NIKAIDO was assigned to Mandokoro Shitsuji at the age of 22.
  505. Yukimura NIKAIDO
  506. Yukimura NIKAIDO (1155 - March 3, 1238) was a governmental official responsible for practical works in the mid Kamakura period.
  507. Yukimura SANADA
  508. Yukimura SANADA is an ordinary name for Shigenobu SANADA in the novels and kodan storytelling that were popular in and after the Edo period.
  509. Yukimura' first appeared in a war chronicle "Nanba senki," which was established in 1672 during the Edo period.
  510. Yukinaga KONISHI
  511. Yukinaga KONISHI and the son of Yoshishige SO, Yoshitoshi, advised Hideyoshi to proceed with peaceful policies towards Korea.
  512. Yukinaga KONISHI versus Li Ru-song
  513. Yukinaga KONISHI versus Ryu Tei and Chin Rin
  514. Yukinaga KONISHI versus Shin Ritsu
  515. Yukinaga KONISHI versus Zu Chengxun
  516. Yukinaga KONISHI was a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) in the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  517. Yukinaga KONISHI was in charge of defense of Suncheon.
  518. Yukinaga KONISHI's father.
  519. Yukinaga KONISHI: 7,000 troops
  520. Yukinaga MIYOSHI
  521. Yukinaga MIYOSHI backed up Sumimoto and continued to fight against Takakuni HOSOKAWA in the Kinai region, but was defeated.
  522. Yukinaga MIYOSHI was a Busho (Japanese military commander) in the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  523. Yukinaga TSUTSUMI, Chozan WAKAE (adopted heir of the Wakae family), Yorihiro HAMURO were his sons.
  524. Yukinaga family house
  525. Yukinaga immediately sent a messenger to the Nagoya-jo Castle, but all the vassals were still anxious.
  526. Yukinaga was forced to withdraw and retreated to Hansong.
  527. Yukinaga who led this peace negotiation provoked the outrage of Hideyoshi and was ordered to die, but escaped death through the mediation of Jotai, Toshiie MAEDA and Yodo-dono.
  528. Yukinaga's two sons were also executed on the following day.
  529. Yukinaga, Shimotsuke no Kami with the rank of Jugoinoge, is thought to be Shinano no Zenji Yukinaga who is considered to be the author of "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heike), so it is possible that he also wrote this book.
  530. Yukinari was 13 years younger than Toshikata but they were friends for a long time hence, and Toshikata served as the Kakanyaku (presenter of the crest at Genpuku ceremony) for the son of Yukinari, FUJIWARA no Yoshitsune, and invited the daughter of Yukinari to be the second wife of his progeny, Akimoto.
  531. Yukinari, on the other hand, was chosen to serve as Kurodo gashira (Head of the Imperial Secretariat).
  532. Yukinobu MIYOSHI was the third son of Nobushige (Yukimura) SANADA.
  533. Yukinobu SANADA (the third son of Nobushige)
  534. Yukinobu's mother was Ryuseiin, a remained daughter of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI who received death penalty.
  535. Yukinori KUJO
  536. Yukinori KUJO (July 2, 1700 - July 3, 1728) was a Court noble who lived during the Edo period.
  537. Yukinori was the heir of Naganori (1089 - 1141) who was the 16th Kumano betto (the title of the official who administered three shrines in Kumano), and Yukinori led shaso (priests attached to a shrine) and shinkan (Shinto priests) both in Kumanohayatama-taisha Shrine as a responsible person at the site.
  538. Yukinoyama-kofun Tumulus (Higashiomi City, Shiga Prefecture, a large keyhole-shaped tomb mound)
  539. Yukio HATOYAMA was invited as a guest professor, and taught some classes.
  540. Yukio HISAKI says that Shushi became a director after the establishment of what became a prototype of Daigakuryo (Bureau of Education) in about a little more than one year, from when he moved to Gamo District to the time of his investiture.
  541. Yukio ISHIDA
  542. Yukio ISHIDA (August 3, 1949 -) is a Kyogen performer of Izumi school for Kyogen-kata, belonging to the Mansaku NOMURA family.
  543. Yukio ISHII confirmed that the fragment of the oldest manuscript of the story was included in the article dated 1246 in "Shunka shugetsu shoso" (a book written by Sosho), therefore it is considered that the work was completed at least before 1246.
  544. Yukio KATAOKA
  545. Yukio KATAOKA (November 18, 1934 -) is a Kyoningyo (Puppet from Kyoto) puppeteer.
  546. Yukio KOBAYASHI categorized the Sankakubuchi Shinjukyo Mirror (Mirror with Triangular Rim, Gods and Animals) into seven types, and he determined this tumulus was built at the end of the third century, because the excavated goods included mirrors of those types from the oldest to the fourth latest categories.
  547. Yukio KOBAYASHI considered the issue as one of political history concerning the period of the development of the ancient state of Japan.
  548. Yukio MISHIMA
  549. Yukio MISHIMA is said to have become keenly interested in the Shimpuren-no-ran War and have sympathized for the ideology of the Keishin-to party in his later years.
  550. Yukio MISHIMA was one of his acquaintances at the Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo.
  551. Yukio MISHIMA's work play was introduced in 1962, in the third installment of the 'Bungei' reissue series.
  552. Yukio MISHIMA, who was a close friend of Sachiko's younger brother Yoshiyasu TOKUGAWA, wrote a short novel "Gyokukokushun" based on his one-sided love of Shoko and published it in "Hojinkai-zasshi" No. 186.
  553. Yukio Mishima commented that it was a "striking composition."
  554. Yukio NAKAGAWA
  555. Yukio OZAKI (House of Representatives, the Constitutional Party, the former Progressive Party faction)
  556. Yukio OZAKI explained the reason why they submitted a non-confidence motion as follows:
  557. Yukisada NIKAIDO
  558. Yukisada NIKAIDO (1269 - March 3, 1329) was a Mandokoro Shitsuji (chief of Mandokoro, the Administrative Board) in the Kamakura Period.
  559. Yukisada NIKAIDO served as Mandokoro Shitsuji until he died at the age of 61 on February 2, 1329, and after his death, his son Sadahira NIKAIDO succeeded his post.
  560. Yukisada's grandfather Takayuki SASAKI was privy councilor and a head of education for Harunomiya (Taisho Emperor).
  561. Yukishige CHIKAMATSU
  562. Yukishige CHIKAMATSU (1669 - March 20, 1703) was one of the forty-seven samurai of Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of Ako domain).
  563. Yukitada NIKAIDO
  564. Yukitada NIKAIDO (1221 - December 24, 1290) was a child of Yukimori NIKAIDO and Mandokoro Shitsuji (chief of Mandokoro, the Administrative Board) of the Kamakura bakufu.
  565. Yukitaka SANADA was his older brother.
  566. Yukitaka met a Buddhist monk named Chogen there, who urged the need for reconstruction of Todai-ji Temple.
  567. Yukitake is the sum of Katahaba, the shoulder width, and Sodehaba, the sleeve width.
  568. Yukitake is the sum of Katahaba, the shoulder width, and Sodetake, the sleeve width.
  569. Yukitake, the width from the center of the neck to the end of the sleeve at the wrist
  570. Yukitake: Also called Yuki.
  571. Yukitomo SHINGU
  572. Yukitomo SHINGU was a busho (Japanese military commander) of the Sengoku period.
  573. Yukitomo fought on the side of the western force in the Battle of Sekigahara but was defeated and punished by being deprived of samurai rank and properties, and the rule by the Shingu clan ended.
  574. Yukitoshi YAMANAKA who was Nagatoshi's grandson (Nobutoshi's son) served for Hideyori TOYOTOMI and joined the army on the Siege of Osaka.
  575. Yukitsugu MIKI's wife, Musa, who also served as a senior lady-in-waiting in the interior, discussed the matter with Yorifusa's mother figure, Eishoin (Okatsu, Eishoin).
  576. Yukitsuna TADA
  577. Yukitsuna TADA attacked the Taira clan from the mountain side and took the hilly section of the city (Yumeno fortress entrance).
  578. Yukitsuna TADA established his stronghold in Settsu Province, the location of the developing battle, and possessed considerable military power and familiarity with the geography of the region.
  579. Yukitsuna TADA raised his army for the anti-Taira clan and fought as its major power representing the Emperor's side during the Battle of Hoju-ji Temple when Yoshinaka attacked Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa.
  580. Yukitsuna TADA was a busho (Japanese military commander) in the end of Heian period.
  581. Yukitsune KIKKAWA
  582. Yukitsune KIKKAWA (1415 ? January 30, 1477) was the head of the KIKKAWA clan in Aki Province.
  583. Yukitsune KUJO
  584. Yukitsune KUJO (June 5, 1823 - August 31, 1859) was a Court noble) who lived during the late Edo period.
  585. Yukiuji UNNO
  586. Yukiuji UNNO served Yoritomo as gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) of Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) after the incident.
  587. Yukiuji UNNO was a gokenin (shogunal retainer) in the early Kamakura period and was the head of the family of the Unno clan which was said to be a direct descendant of the Shigeno clan, a noble family of Shinano Province.
  588. Yukiuji UNNO, who was same age as Yoshitaka and a close associate and would often play sugoroku (Japanese backgammon) with him, disguised himself as Yoshitaka.
  589. Yukiuji who had become a gokenin appeared frequently as a master of archery in 'Azuma Kagami'.
  590. Yukiwarite mugi nobiru
  591. Yukiyasu KANAI: He was Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) Kunsanto (Third Class of Order).
  592. Yukiyasu KUSUNOKI
  593. Yukiyasu KUSUNOKI was a busho (Japanese military commander) in Muromachi period.
  594. Yukiyasu KUSUNOKI was his son.
  595. Yukiyasu told Sotetsu about his strange experience; about 1851, an old man appeared in Yukiyasu's dream, the old man took him to Mt. Aka (Mt. Kirishima) of the Kyushu region and introduced him to an unworldly man who called himself Seijorisen-kun.
  596. Yukiyoshi NIKAIDO
  597. Yukiyoshi NIKAIDO (1203 - March 17, 1268) was a governmental official of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), responsible for practical works, during the mid-Kamakura period.
  598. Yukiyoshi SESONJI, the eighth head of the family changed the family name to Sesonji, and the family line became extinct after Yukisue SESONJI, the seventeenth head of the family, died.
  599. Yukiyoshi YAMAJI
  600. Yukiyoshi YAMAJI (1729 - February 26, 1778) was a Confucianist, Rangakusha (a person who studied Western sciences by means of the Dutch language), Wasanka (mathematician), astronomer and geographer in the middle of the Edo period.
  601. Yukiyoshi died from illness caused by overwork while feeling defeat.
  602. Yukiyoshi emigrated to Hokkaido on his own to develop wasteland in Toshibetsu.
  603. Yukiyoshi revealed to Ginko his resolution to emigrate to Hokkaido to set up a Christian utopia there.
  604. Yukiyoshi's initiative, after going through various episodes, ended up with failure in the event.
  605. Yukiyoshi, who had failed also in the development of a manganese mine in Kunnui area, reentered Doshisha University in Kyoto.
  606. Yuko HATAKEYAMA
  607. Yuko HATAKEYAMA (December, 1865 - May 20, 1891) was a woman who committed suicide during the period the relationship between Japan and Russia became tense, leaving a suicide note to apologize to the crown prince of Russia who had been attacked by a Japanese in the Otsu Incident of 1891.
  608. Yuko OMURA
  609. Yuko OMURA (ca. 1536 - 1596) was a scholar and writer from the Warring States period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  610. Yuko OMURA was formerly a monk Raionbo in Seiryuzan Chouraku-ji Temple (branch temple of Kongo-ji Temple in Mikiomura).
  611. Yuko TSUCHIDA
  612. Yuko TSUCHIDA is a fukuroshi (a craftsman who makes pouches), one of the Jisshiki (the ten artisan families which contributed to the existence of the Omote Senke) in House of Sen.
  613. Yuko attended the council of war held by Hideyoshi in Himeji-jo Castle in 1582 on the way back to Kyoto from the chugoku region in haste, which means that Yuko had established the status of attendant to Hideyoshi by the time.
  614. Yuko displayed his various abilities in Noh chanting, composing of waka poetry, linked verse, popular linked verse, satirical poem, and so forth other than writing the war chronicle and new Noh plays.
  615. Yukoku showed his talent by submitting 'Seimeiron' upon request from the roju (senior councilor of the bakufu) Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA when he was 18.
  616. Yukosai enjoyed the western music and liked a jujube-shaped tea case known as 'Kimigayoso' with a design of staff notation.
  617. Yukosai, however, studied Japanese History at Tokyo Imperial University and, after graduation, restored Mushanokoji-senke.
  618. Yuku Kumo (May 1895, 'Taiyo')
  619. Yuku-toshi Kuru-toshi (the old year and the new year) (an NHK general TV program)
  620. Yukutsuna NIKAIDO, a brother of Yukiyasu, inherited Mandokoro Shitsuji, but his son, Yoritsuna NIKAIDO, died two years after inheriting it, his uncle, so Yukitada, who was hyojoshu (a member of Council of State), became Mandokoro Shitsuji at the ripe old age of 63.
  621. Yukyu-no-mai Dance
  622. Yukyuzan Baseball Stadium, Nagaoka City, fifteen minutes by bus
  623. Yumachi Station (current Tamatsukurionsen Station) and Shinji Station commenced operations.
  624. Yumai zukuri (brewing with dissolved rice)
  625. Yumai-zukuri
  626. Yumai-zukuri is the modern method for brewing sake (rice wine) wherein rice is reduced to a gruel-like consistency to enable saccharification at a high temperature.
  627. Yume Cosmos En (Dream Cosmos Field)
  628. Yume Ochi
  629. Yume Town Takamatsu and Takamatsu-chuo Interchange Minami Bus Stops have been newly established, and Takamatsu-chuo Interchange Entrance Bus Stop has been abolished.
  630. Yume no Ukihashi
  631. Yume no Ukihashi (The Floating Bridge of Dreams)
  632. Yume no Ukihashi (dreamy floating bridge)
  633. Yume no Ukihashi,' 'Kumogakure'
  634. Yume no kaori
  635. Yume sansui
  636. Yume-Chigai Kannon zo (statue of Yume-Chigai Kannon) in Horyu-ji Temple
  637. Yumechiyo-nikki (literally, Yumechiyo's diary)
  638. Yumedono (Hall of Dreams) in Horyu-ji Temple's Toin (Eastern Precinct)
  639. Yumeji TAKEHISA
  640. Yumeji TAKEHISA (September 16, 1884 to September 1, 1934) was a Japanese painter and poet.
  641. Yumeji seems to have loved her the most, and thus he could not get over her death for a long time.
  642. Yumejuya (July 1908 - August, "Asahi Shinbun"/included in "Shihen")
  643. Yumemigaoka
  644. Yumeno Furusato (Dream Hometown)
  645. Yumesuke AZUMAYA (Hakodate)
  646. Yumi (bow)
  647. Yumi Yawata (The Bow at the Hachiman Shrine)
  648. Yumi gumi (archer squad)
  649. Yumi gumi gashira (captain of the archer squad) (samurai) commanded the yumi ashigaru (foot soldiers who were archers) and the yumi ashigaru kogashira (junior captain of foot soldiers who were archers) (both referred to as ashigaru).
  650. Yumi no dan (Noh performance featuring a bow and arrow) ? Japanese bush warblers were once targeted, but the practice was suspended by Sessho-kai (the Buddhist precept of the prohibition of indiscriminately killing living things).
  651. Yumi ore ya tsukiru
  652. Yumi wo hiku (pulling a bow string)
  653. Yumi wo narasu (strike a bow)
  654. Yumihama Kasuri
  655. Yumiharizuki (Half/quarter moon)" (1955, Director: Santaro MARUNE, portrayed by Nao MOMOKI)
  656. Yumihiki Doji (archer doll)
  657. Yumiire has been classified into Kisha and Busha (歩射) shooting while riding horseback or Kachidachi (not riding horseback).
  658. Yumiire has been traditionally classified into Kisha and Busha, but Dosha is often added as another style of shooting, because it was in it's prime and developed independently during Edo Period.
  659. Yumiire/Kyusha ceremonial shooting
  660. Yuminoki-jo Castle
  661. Yuminoki-jo Castle was a castle in Tango Province (present-day Iwataki, Yosano-cho, Kyoto Prefecture).
  662. Yumitorishiki (bow-twirling ceremony at the end of a day of sumo wrestling)
  663. Yumiya
  664. Yumiya (bow and arrow)
  665. Yumiya and religion
  666. Yumiya and similar target practicing games flourished during this period, seen in festivals and Ozashiki-Asobi (playing games with Geisha - Japanese professional female entertainers at a drinking party) in Japan in some different styles still now.
  667. Yumiya as Shinto rituals and rites and festivals
  668. Yumiya called a machine bow.
  669. Yumiya called machine bows
  670. Yumiya for present hunting, games, military arts, Shinto rituals, rites and festivals
  671. Yumiya gami
  672. Yumiya hachiman
  673. Yumiya in Japan
  674. Yumiya in Western countries
  675. Yumiya in the East
  676. Yumiya is a very popular tool for hunting and has been used for more than 10,000 years.
  677. Yumiya no choja
  678. Yumiya no ie
  679. Yumiya no michi
  680. Yumiya no myoga
  681. Yumiya tori
  682. Yumiya torumi
  683. Yumiya was a tool for hunting having spiritual power as well as showing happiness.
  684. Yumiya with the power of the curse and exorcism
  685. Yumiya yari bugyo (the officer of bow, arrow, and spear)
  686. Yumiyadai
  687. Yumoji
  688. Yumoji is a type of female inner wears.
  689. Yumokujo' (replica from Tang Dynasty) of Xizhi WANG was a treasure of Emperor Qianlong, but after it was granted as an Imperial gift to Yixuan, 1st Prince Chun, it flowed out to Japan during the Boxer Rebellion.
  690. Yumura Onsen Hot Spring (Hyogo Prefecture)
  691. Yuna ITO
  692. Yuna, a woman who worked for a bathhouse, and meshimori onna, a woman who worked for a inn were more lowbrow prostitute.
  693. Yunagaya Domain: the territory was reduced to 14 thousand goku (15 thousand goku).
  694. Yunishikawa Onsen is actively making use of the Ochudo legend for tourism.
  695. Yunishikawa, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture (Yunishikawa Onsen)
  696. Yuniwa no Inaho no Shinchoku (the oracle of the rice ear from Yuniwa (sacred field of the God))
  697. Yunnan (People's Republic of China)
  698. Yunohana House
  699. Yunohana Onsen (a natural hot-spring resort), in Kyoto Prefecture
  700. Yunohana manju (Ikaho-onsen hot springs in Gunma Prefecture)
  701. Yunohana-onsen Hot Spring (Kyoto Prefecture)
  702. Yunohana-onsen Hot Spring: John Lennon and Yoko ONO visited the hot spring.
  703. Yunohana-onsen is a hot spring resort located in Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture (formerly Tanba Province).
  704. Yunohara
  705. Yunoki type (one variety of basic-type ishi-doro having no warabite bracken sprout or shaped decoration), which derives from the one which is the oldest of the ishi-doro existing at Kasuga-jinja Shrine)
  706. Yunonagashi (a government post in ancient Japan)
  707. Yunonagashi was a government post established in Japan during the Asuka period and took charge of managing Tomokuyu (also known as Yu no mura) that was a territory of the Imperial family.
  708. Yunoshin TAKAHASHI
  709. Yunoshin TAKAHASHI (born 1835, year of death unknown) was a soldier in the shinsengumi.
  710. Yunotsu-onsen Hot Spring, 2004, port and hot spring town
  711. Yunotsu-onsen Hot Spring, Oda City, Shimane Prefecture, port and hot spring town
  712. Yuoke-ishi
  713. Yupian Volume 27: A Tang Dynasty copy of a Chinese character dictionary 'Yupian' created during the Liang Dynasty.
  714. Yura Station and Kurayoshi Station commenced operations.
  715. Yura clan (Yokose clan), a family member of Yokoyama clan (Inomata clan) and who called themselves Nitta clan, also said that Ono was their real name.
  716. Yura gozen
  717. Yura gozen (year of birth unknown - March 22, 1159) was a woman who lived at the end of the Heian Period.
  718. Yura gozen died on March 29, 1159, according to the section on MINAMOTO no Yoritomo in 'kugyo bunin' (directory of successive Imperial officials)).
  719. Yura-gawa River
  720. Yura-gawa River system - Yura-gawa River
  721. Yura-gawa river, located in the west end of Nishi-Maizuru town area acts as a border between Miyazu-City, where it is famous for its beautiful scenery of Amanohashidate.
  722. Yura-so inn Kokumin-shukusha (literally, people's hotel facilities): An inexpensive inn/hotel operated by the local government
  723. Yurakucho
  724. Yurakucho, in Tokyo's Chiyoda Ward, is said to have got its name from Yuraku's residence there; but there is no record of him having lived in Edo.
  725. Yuranosuke and his son inform Honzo of the strategy to raid Moronao's residence.
  726. Yuranosuke and other members finally attain their long-cherished ambition and they cut off Moronao's head.
  727. Yuranosuke and other members start to march again toward Komyo-ji temple where Hangan's tomb is located.
  728. Yuranosuke and others leave the scene reluctantly saying, "This is the last time for us to see the castle where we, as well as our ancestors, worked around-the-clock."
  729. Yuranosuke appears and says, "It has been a long time, Honzo. You might be happy since you are going to be killed by Rikiya, your son-in-law, just as your planned."
  730. Yuranosuke appears for the first time in this scene.
  731. Yuranosuke appears.
  732. Yuranosuke arrives when Hangan thrusts a short sword into his belly while saying, "Rikiya, Rikiya, where is Yuranosuke," "he is not here yet," "tell him that I am sorry that I could not see him while I was still alive. Everyone, please have a good look at how I end my life."
  733. Yuranosuke confronts another chief retainer, Kudayu ONO, regarding the distribution of money, and Kudayu leaves the scene.
  734. Yuranosuke conveys the master's order to the remaining vassals, including Goemon HARA and Yagoro SENZAKI, and tells them to wait for the right timing for the revenge.
  735. Yuranosuke drinks himself to sleep.
  736. Yuranosuke hands a short sword, a keepsake from Hangan, to Moronao and he suggests him to commit suicide.
  737. Yuranosuke is playing with geisha and his purple-colored costume stands out.
  738. Yuranosuke leaves the scene saying he will buy Okaru's freedom from her employer, but in fact, he is planning to kill Okaru because she has come to know the secret, though he feels sorry for her.
  739. Yuranosuke pounds on his chest and prostrates.
  740. Yuranosuke reads the secret letter, but Kudayu, who has been hiding under the floor together, and Okaru steals a glance at the letter.
  741. Yuranosuke shows a grave, made of snow, for the father and the son, located in the back garden.
  742. Yuranosuke wipes off tears and blows his nose with a tissue paper, stands up feebly and leaves the scene with the accompaniment of "okurisanju," a music played by nagauta (long epic song) shamisen (a three-stringed Japanese banjo), whose player appears from stage right (in kamigata, the scene continues with the signal of ki (wooden clappers)).
  743. Yuranosuke wrestles and takes the short sword away and stabs Moronao.
  744. Yuranosuke, Hangan, Honzo of "Chushingura"
  745. Yurei
  746. Yurei (Ghosts)
  747. Yurei Buin (phantom members)
  748. Yurei Day: July 26
  749. Yurei Ema (a votive wooden tablet with an image of a ghost)
  750. Yurei HIRANO
  751. Yurei Moji (ghost characters)
  752. Yurei Shikisha (phantom conductor)/yurei orchestra (phantom orchestra)
  753. Yurei YANAGI
  754. Yurei are a phenomenon deriving from Koshinto (a religion practiced prior to the introduction of Confucianism and Buddhism to Japan).
  755. Yurei are only faintly seen, as they lack physical form or substance.
  756. Yurei are spirits that have departed from the body but remain in Utsushiyo as they have a grudge about something that happened before death, and they too appear faintly in the form they had during life.
  757. Yurei without legs
  758. Yurei, yokai and kaibutsu (monster) are sometimes used to express the same meaning as obake.
  759. Yurei-zaka
  760. Yureigumo (daddy long legs spiders); a general term for arthropods which belong to the spider family in the suborder Araneomorphae.
  761. Yureiika (deep-sea squid): a species of squid
  762. Yureisen (ghost ship)
  763. Yureitake (monotropastrum humile), a kind of mushroom, also known as Ginryosou
  764. Yureito (The Ghost Tower)
  765. Yuri had a daughter named Machi with the Tokuyama clan who was a hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu), and it was Machi who later on became a painter herself and was known as IKE no Gyokuran after she married IKE no Taiga.
  766. Yuri no Ki, unknown, unknown, Yuri gun, unknown, article dated August 23, 780 of "Shoku Nihongi"
  767. Yuriko SUZUKI (who later married Taijun TAKEDA to become Yuriko TAKEDA) also appears as a character in Aoyama's book.
  768. Yuriko's elder brother and a nephew of Sueko, Yasuhide IWASAKI (the great-grandchild of Yataro and a professor emeritus at Kumamoto University) was, like CHINZEI, a paleontologist and a doctor of science.
  769. Yuriko, Princess Mikasa
  770. Yurinchi
  771. Yurinchi is a Chinese dish which is prepared by pouring vinegar sauce, soy sauce and plenty of chopped white onions, on fried chicken.
  772. Yurinkan Museum
  773. Yuriwasabi (lily wasabi), inuwasabi (dog wasabi), Wasabia tenuis syn. Eutrema tenuis
  774. Yuroku, who was the Governor General of Zhili, took responsibility for the lost battle and committed suicide.
  775. Yurushijo (Permit)
  776. Yurushijo' is a documentation to permit the holder to give lessons to that holder's students and is different from 'menjo (diploma),' 'menkyo (license)' or 'dan-I (rank)' which implies the recognition of the receiver's ability.
  777. Yurushimono (permitted pieces)
  778. Yuryu-no-matsu (lit. playing dragon pine-tree)
  779. Yusai (Fujitaka) HOSOKAWA
  780. Yusai HOSOKAWA
  781. Yusai HOSOKAWA (Fujitaka HOSOKAWA) was a general of the Warring States Period, and a tanka poet.
  782. Yusai HOSOKAWA and Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, who succeeded the branch family which started from Yorinaga HOSOKAWA, the Shugo of the Izumi Province, survived under the Oda government as daimyo, and continued to exist as a lord in the Kumamoto Domain during the Edo period.
  783. Yusai HOSOKAWA: a busho who lived in the Sengoku period (period of warring states)
  784. Yusai and Tadaoki were also influential in the cultural field, as Yusai was a successor of Kokin denju (the secret transmissions of the "Kokinshu," Anthology of Old and New Japanese Poems) and Tadaoki was a high-caliber disciple of SEN no Rikyu.
  785. Yusai did not follow Mitsuhide AKECHI who was the father of his wife, Garasha HOSOKAWA, and served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  786. Yusai once again passed the tradition on to Kinkuni's son, Saneeda, to keep his promise to his teacher.
  787. Yusai was a successor of tanka poetry, who relayed the arcana, from ancient to modern, by Kineda SANJONISHI.
  788. Yusai was one of the greatest men of culture of his time, who mastered many martial and cultural arts such as swordsmanship, waka poetry, and the tea ceremony.
  789. Yusai's 6,000 koku of land was divided up after his death, and half of it ended up leaving the Hosokawa family to be inherited by Kyumu NAGAOKA (also known as Tadataka HOSOKAWA), grandson of Yusai and disinherited by his father Tadaoki, to support his retirement in Kyoto.
  790. Yusai, ending a 2 month siege, handed over his castle and was taken to Tanba Kameyama Castle, the residence of his enemy Shigekatsu MAEDA.
  791. Yusaibon (the Yusai version)
  792. Yusaibon was copied by Yusai HOSOKAWA from Tanehikobon he had borrowed in 1595 from Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  793. Yusaku UEHARA (Baron/Army General) (April 5, 1912-December 21, 1912)
  794. Yusareba Ogurano yamani nakushika wa koyoiwa nakazu nenenikerashimo ("Manyoshu," Volume Nine)
  795. Yusei moved the mi-do Hall (enshrinement hall) of Otani Dojo to Shijo Tomi-koji Street by orders of Kyonyo in 1600 prior to extending the buildings in Chion-in Temple.
  796. Yusei was beheaded by the relatives of Toyooka that lived in the estate of Sokokuji, as a result of exiling Toyooka, who was responsible for evading taxes in August 1463.
  797. Yusei-ji Temple
  798. Yusei-ji Temple (Kyoto Prefecture)
  799. Yusei-ji Temple (formally Honmon-ji Temple; Honmon Butsuryu Sect): Takinohanacho, Ichijo-dori Shichihonmatsucho nishi-iru, Kamigyo Ward (added as a result of a merger between Jogyo-in Temple and Juhon-ji Temple (to form Yobo-ji Temple))
  800. Yusei-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Kamigyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City.
  801. Yusen-ji Temple
  802. Yusen-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple belonging to the Nichiren Sect located in Matsugasaki, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  803. Yusenkutsu
  804. Yusenkutsu (romantic novel in China of the Tang dynasty)
  805. Yushi (privately adopted child)
  806. Yushi Dofu (fluffy tofu from Okinawa) in Okinawa Prefecture
  807. Yushi Naishinno-ke no Kii
  808. Yushi Naishinno-ke no Kii (Kii of Princess Yushi's Household, year of birth and death unknown) was a poetess during the cloistered government period of the Heian period, and a lady-in-waiting to the Imperial Princess Yushi, the daughter of the Emperor Gosuzaku.
  809. Yushi Sensei (Despotism by Domain-dominated Government)
  810. Yushi Sensei is a term criticizing the Meiji government for their domain cliques and transcendentalism.
  811. Yushi is a system that existed prior to the Meiji period to establish a parent-child relationship with a child who was not kin.
  812. Yushi is an adopted son who doesn't have a right to inheritance.
  813. Yushi-mono (literally "tale of a hero") (such as "Yashima," "Ebira," "Kanehira")
  814. Yushima Seido (Sacred Hall at Yushima)
  815. Yushima Tenjin Keidai (Precincts of Yushima Tenjin Shrine) scene
  816. Yushima tenjin
  817. Yushin-tei
  818. Yushinkai (Faculty of Law)
  819. Yushiodai Park
  820. Yusho KAIHO
  821. Yusho KAIHO (1533- June 27, 1615 [June 2, 1615 by the lunar calendar]) was a painter of the Kano School from the Azuchi-Momoyama Period (from 1573) to the early Edo Period (from 1603).
  822. Yusho KAIHO: Sansuizu Byobu (山水図屏風)
  823. Yushoku (a technique to add luster to a painting by putting oil on its surface)
  824. Yushu-kan (Imadegawa-kochi)
  825. Yushukan
  826. Yushukan (Doshisha University, Imadegawa Campus)
  827. Yushukan (Imadegawa Campus)
  828. Yushukan was finally preserved by making reinforced concrete walls which were 15 cm in thickness on the outside walls.
  829. Yusocho (the field-tax report)
  830. Yusoden
  831. Yusoku Cuisine
  832. Yusoku Kojitsu (Ancient Court and Military Practices)
  833. Yusoku cuisine is a type of taikyo ryori (dishes served at a grand banquet) which was developed through the social etiquette of nobles during the Heian period, and survived into the modern day as a cuisine in the style of the court nobles.
  834. Yusoku kojitsu is the study of government positions, ceremonies, and costumes based on their ancient precedents.
  835. Yusoku' means a knowledge about past precedents, while 'kojitsu' means a convincing basis and norms for the rights and wrongs of public and private acts.
  836. Yusoku-ryori dishes: Their style belonged to the line of the dishes for grand banquets that developed based on the codes of honor among nobles during the Heian period
  837. Yusoku-ryori were dishes for entertaining nobles and honzen-ryori dishes for entertaining samurai, and the style of either of them was most formal in the past.
  838. Yusoku-yomi (a way of reading names expressing respect) are shown in parentheses next to each name below.
  839. Yusuke KUROKAWA, the 13th head of the Kurokawa family, was the executive vice president of Tanashin Denki Co., Ltd. and a board member of Takakita Co., Ltd.
  840. Yusuke TAKANO created the Karasumi production process in 1675 by using the roe of mullet, which were caught in large quantities in the Nomozaki district of Nagasaki Prefecture.
  841. Yusurutsuki
  842. Yusurutsuki and the platform are place on the nikai-zushi (a small cupboard with a shelf on top) as interior decoration.
  843. Yusurutsuki is a container for shiromizu (water after washing rice) which is to be used for washing and arranging hair.
  844. Yusurutsuki was placed on a platform.
  845. Yuta (literally, beaten by rain)
  846. Yuta Junkai: Yuta, Satakunari, Sakatekunari, Sugihara, Mifune, and Mumino jinja Shrines
  847. Yuta and Strangers (ユタとふしぎな仲間たち): December 16 to January 27, 2008
  848. Yutaka NOMI
  849. Yutaka NOMI (1869 - 1903, date of birth and death unknown) was a priest of the Otani school of the Shinshu sect and a Buddhist scholar who explored Tibet.
  850. Yutaka moved to Kyoto where he studied at Nishi Hongan-ji Temple Regular School, then he studied at Keio Gijuku and Tetsugakukan (present-day Toyo University).
  851. Yutaka only sent back to Japan collections of documents (Tibetan Buddhist scriptures) such as "Kongohannya-kyo" (Diamond Sutra), "Konkomyo-kyo" (Golden Light Sutra), and materials including statues of Buddha.
  852. Yutama Station, Nagato-Futami Station and Takibe Station commenced operations.
  853. Yutate (The Boiling Water Ritual)
  854. Yuteihisho
  855. Yuteihisho is a book of kemari (Japanese ancient Imperial court game like kick-ball) of Mikohidari school that was written during the Northern and Southern Courts period (Japan).
  856. Yuteki Tenmoku tea bowl
  857. Yutetsu SUZUKI
  858. Yutetsu SUZUKI (the original family name was Kuramochi) was a Karo (chief retainer) served to the Kuze clan of Sekiyado domain who lived in the late Edo period.
  859. Yutetsu's first son was Kantaro SUZUKI, who was the 42nd prime minister of Japan.
  860. Yutoku Inari-jinja Shrine (Kashima City, Saga Prefecture): Fushimi and Mogami
  861. Yutori is a method in which rice is boiled in a greater quantity of water than in the takiboshi method, drained into a colander at an appropriate time, then returned to the pot again and steamed.
  862. Yuugure (Evenfall), 1941 (a woman trying to thread a needle in the light of dusk with an open shoji sliding door
  863. Yuuki MATSUOKA (Track and Field Athlete)
  864. Yuya (Noh play)
  865. Yuya is eventually called to the banquet, and recalls her duty as a mistress.
  866. Yuya is grateful for what she considers a virtuous deed of Kanzeon and quickly departs for her home town before Munemori has a chance to change his mind.
  867. Yuya no Nagafuji Matsuri is held annually on May 3, the death anniversary of Yuya Gozen's death.
  868. Yuyake (the red sunset sky) and Koyake (the after sunset orange sky), the sun goes down, the bell of a temple on a mountain rings' (from the children's song "Yuyake, Koyake," lyrics by Uko NAKAMURA, music by Shin KUSAKAWA)
  869. Yuza Koshogatsu Small New Year's festival (December 21, 1999; Yuza-machi, Akumi-gun; Yuza no Amahage Hozonkai (Association for the Preservation of Amahage Festival at Yuza)
  870. Yuzaburo ICIHNOSE
  871. Yuzaburo KURATOMI (Chairman of the Privy Council)
  872. Yuzaki-nebuka onion (Allium fistulosum)
  873. Yuzamashi (a kind of bowl or Kyusu to cool down the boiled water)
  874. Yuzamashi (a tea utensil used in Senchado [green tea ceremony])
  875. Yuzamashi is one of the tea utensils used in Senchado.
  876. Yuzan DAIDOJI
  877. Yuzan DAIDOJI (1639 - 1730) was a samurai and a tactician in the Edo period.
  878. Yuzan KAIBARA, a character in the Manga comic "Oishinbo" who is said to be based on Rosanjin did the exact same thing in an episode.
  879. Yuzan NEGISHI: Left Kyoto for Tokyo at the end of April 1863 using the excuse that he was going to Ise-jingu Shrine.
  880. Yuzan can be said to have revived the honor of the legitimate family line of Daidoji with his knowledge.
  881. Yuzawa City, Akita Prefecture (Tanabata Edoro Matsuri [tanabata painted garden lantern festival]), a tanabata with a 300 year old tradition with its feature of displaying hundreds of garden lanterns on which Ukiyoe bijin (beautiful woman) are painted.
  882. Yuzawa Town, Niigata Prefecture
  883. Yuzen
  884. Yuzen and dyeing in Japan
  885. Yuzen in Kyoto is fond of soft colors, and it is elegant and gorgeous paying attention to coloration while using so many colors as to make it difficult to determine what color is the basic tone.
  886. Yuzen is a technique to dye cloth with patterns on it.
  887. Yuzen is characterized by drawing patterns of rounded and simplified animals, plants, utensils, and landscapes, which are called 'yuzen pattern,' using as many colors on a single plane of a cloth as never seen in any dyeing techniques in the world.
  888. Yuzen is finished with so many steps as described above, though simply summarized.
  889. Yuzensai MIYAZAKI
  890. Yuzensai MIYAZAKI was a painter of folding fan who was active in Kyoto during early to mid Edo period.
  891. Yuzensai MIYAZAKI, the folding fan painter from Kyoto, invented the coloring method of the colorful yuzen-zome, but the resisting technique using resist paste was already completed at the time.
  892. Yuzensai resided in front of Chion-in Temple in Kyoto, though it is unknown from when, called himself 'Yuzen,' painted the famous scene of the Tale of Genji vividly on folding fans in the era of Tenna and won a reputation since these paintings were praised by connoisseurs.
  893. Yuzo HAYASHI
  894. Yuzo KAWASHIMA
  895. Yuzo KAWASHIMA (February 4, 1918-June 11, 1963) is a Japanese film director.
  896. Yuzo KONDO
  897. Yuzo KONDO (February 8, 1902 - February 25, 1985) was a Japanese potter.
  899. Yuzo SAEKI: "Kokoku-bari" (Advertising)
  900. Yuzo TOYAMA: "Rhapsody"
  901. Yuzu (Japanese citron) and pumpkin 'because yuzu bath and pumpkin gruel were used to restore energy in winter'
  902. Yuzu (aromatic citron): Grated rind of yuzu may be used.
  903. Yuzu Citron
  904. Yuzu Nembutsu Kanjincho dated the 3rd month of the year 1447 (gold and silver paste on paper)
  905. Yuzu Nenbutsu (reciting the name of Amida Buddha) taught that nenbutsu of one person would be fused with everybody's nenbutsu.
  906. Yuzu Nenbutsu Sect
  907. Yuzu Nenbutsu became popular in the Seiryo-ji and Mibu-dera temples in Kyoto, and Dainenbutsu Kyogen of Enkaku Shonin was passed down at Mibu-dera Temple, Seiryo-ji Temple, Senbon Enmado and Shinsenen.
  908. Yuzu Nenbutsu sect
  909. Yuzu Nenbutsu sect is one of the sects of pure land teachings, Jodo-kyo.
  910. Yuzu Nenbutsu sect: also called the Dainenbutsu sect (it is also regarded as of the Heian Buddhism line), founded by Shodaishi 'Ryonin,' the head temple is Dainenbutsu-ji Temple.
  911. Yuzu Nenbutsu was started by Ryonin (also known as Shoo Daishi) and is a Nenbutsu Kyogen (Japanese play) created to spread its teachings, with Dainenbutsu-ji Temple (Hirano-ku Ward, Osaka City) in Settsu Province serving as a base.
  912. Yuzu Nenbutsu, which Ryonin began, was mainly temple solicitation and pilgrimage at first and developed from a collective motion having no organization as a Buddhism sect.
  913. Yuzu citron (pronounced "yuzu"; scientific name: Citrus junos, synonym C. ichangensis x C. reticulata var. austera) is a rutaceous evergreen tree.
  914. Yuzu citrus is being cultivated by roughly 200 households and produce sales of approximately 600 million yen.
  915. Yuzu kosho (a spicy, hot Japanese condiment made from yuzu rind, chili and salt)
  916. Yuzu kosho (a spicy, hot Japanese condiment made from yuzu rind, chili, and salt): A touch of Yuzu Kosho may be added to suiji in a bowl.
  917. Yuzu kosho is normally made from green chilies, but red peppers are also used in some cases.
  918. Yuzu kosho is said to originate from Amagasemachi, Hita Gun, Oita Prefecture (the present-day Hita City).
  919. Yuzu kosho made from green chilies is green, while that made from red peppers looks orange.
  920. Yuzuki no kimi
  921. Yuzuki no kimi (date of birth and death unknown) is a settler who is described as the ancestor of the Hata clan in "Nihonshoki", Chronicles of Japan.
  922. Yuzuriha Chogin: These are Chogin in a longer Yuzuriha leaf shape than Hagiko Chogin.
  923. Yuzuriha-kin (mumei-obankin - an unsigned large sheet of gold): a oban in the latter half of the 16th century produced before it was standardized.
  924. Yuzurijo (譲状)
  925. Yuzuru KISHIMOTO later published "A Study of the Tosa Diary" (around 1815), picking and choosing some abstracts and checking them very closely, while Mitsue FUJITANI wrote her major work, "Study of the Tosa Diary."
  926. Yuzuru MATSUOKA
  927. Yuzuru MATSUOKA (writer, husband of the oldest daughter Fudeko)
  928. Yuzuruha jinja shrine
  929. Yuzuyu (Japanese citron hot water)
  930. Yuzuyu has an effect to alleviate the feeling of cold, neurosis, backache and so on.
  931. Yuzuyu refers to the bath in which yuzus are put and set afloat.
  932. Yuzuyu refers to the drink made by boiling yuzu (citrus fruit) in sugared water and diluting the sugared water seasoned with the yuzu flavor with hot water (yuzu tea).
  933. Yvonne LORIOD: 1962, French pianist
  934. Z?hir, the thirty-fifth caliph of the Abbas dynasty, ordered sugar confectionery to be made, where confectioneries were technically decorated.
  935. ZHANG was impressed by the idea and he and LIU proposed the idea from KONOE (Hajime NEZU could have been the ghost-writer of this idea) to the central government of the Qing dynasty and asked them to adopt the idea.
  936. ZHOU Shen, WEN Zheng Ming, To in and JO I who left excellent achievements in literati paintings are the typical Bunjin of this period.
  937. ZIP Code
  938. ZIP Code: 603-8511
  939. ZIP Code:601-0122
  940. ZIP code
  941. ZIP code is as follows.
  942. ZIP code: 601-0131
  943. ZIP code: 603-8863
  944. ZIP code: 610-1143
  945. ZIP code: 615-8522
  946. ZIP codes
  947. ZIP codes for the Yamashiro area are basically between 610 and 619 (with 601 to 609 in some areas of Uji City).
  948. ZIP codes of the Katata post office (Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture): 520-02xx, 520-03xx, 520-04xx and 520-05xx
  949. ZIP codes of the Sakyo post office: 606-xxxx, 601-11xx and 601-12xx
  950. ZIP codes: Since access to the area from the Hanase-toge Pass side is prevented in the winter season, due to the closure of the Kuta Hirogawara Line of Kyoto Prefectural Route 110, the Katata post office in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture, handles the collecting and distributing operations there.
  951. Za
  952. Za also actively cooperated with each other; for example, a za in a production area cooperated with another za in a consumption area, and moreover, a za in a big city controlled another za in a local area.
  953. Zabuton
  954. Zabuton are not only used for sitting, but these simple items are used in a number of ways, including folding in half to make a simple pillow, or as an alternative to a small futon for putting babies to sleep, or as protective gear for protecting the head from falling objects.
  955. Zabuton are used as part of the hospitality towards a guest and declining this is a lack of courtesy.
  956. Zabuton throwing
  957. Zaemon KURAISHI
  958. Zafu
  959. Zafu (round cushion used for Zen meditation)
  960. Zafu is a zabuton (Japanese cushions used to sit on the floor) used for zazen (Zen sitting meditation).
  961. Zagreb (Croatia): The city established a sister-city relationship with Zagreb on October 22, 1981.
  962. Zagyo-So' and Kojuro NAKAGAWA
  963. Zaibatsu (a financial clique or group, or a company syndicate)
  964. Zaibatsu in Japan
  965. Zaichokanjin
  966. Zaichokanjin after the Kamakura period
  967. Zaichokanjin had a wide-range of responsibilities.
  968. Zaichokanjin is a general term for a local government official who undertakes the practical business of kokuga (local area) administration from the Heian period to the Kamakura period in Japan.
  969. Zaichokanjin knew how to collect taxes and were familiar with military affairs.
  970. Zaichokanjin took the side of the tato and fumyo classes representing their interests, and other times they took the side of those who oppressed tato and fumyo classes as soldiers to ensure the power of the imperial court and kokuga, and came to have the actual power in the local regions.
  971. Zaichokanjin was a practical government official who was locally employed by kokushi (government administrator sent from the central government), and was professionally an entourage of kokushi.
  972. Zaichokanjin were also involved in preparing Ota bumi (cadastre), in which details regarding the shoens, landlords of public domains, dimensions of rice fields, crops, and so on were recorded.
  973. Zaichokanjin were originally the leaders in the local region and were also the representing the interests of the region against the kokushi sent from the central government.
  974. Zaigaku Ijo (order in school)
  975. Zaigomachi (local town)
  976. Zaigomachi was one of Japanese city forms.
  977. Zaike (Min-oku)
  978. Zaike Bukkyo shugi
  979. Zaike could be categorized as slaves similar to genin (the base) and shoju (followers); but, zaike was considered differently in each region, and besides, there was no record indicating that ryoshu in fact controlled zaike.
  980. Zaike was a house, and the cultivated land and residents belonging to the house.
  981. Zaike were confirmed through kenchu (land survey) and taxes were equally assessed in principle; zaike which were fixed to the kenchucho (land survey ledger) were called honzaike (main zaike), and newly added zaike were called waki zaike (branch zaike) or shin zaike (new zaike).
  982. Zaiminbukyo-ke Uta-awase: Held in around 885; the oldest uta-awase recorded in the document (ARIWARA no Yukihira)
  983. Zaimokuza
  984. Zaishi won the favor of Emperor Gotoba, and gave birth to Imperial Prince Tamehito in 1196.
  985. Zaisu (small chair used while sitting on tatami)
  986. Zakke-in Temple
  987. Zakko
  988. Zakko (Special Technicians)
  989. Zakko and ryoko (imperial tomb guard) which was one of Goshiki no sen (the base people of five colors) were similar in terms of legal status, but are different in that zakko, as with citizens, were obliged to be involved in giso (to stockpile grain in case of famine).
  990. Zakko disappeared when the ritsuryo legal code system was collapsed.
  991. Zakko mostly lived near the capital, such as in Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) and its surrounding provinces.
  992. Zakko refers to groups of technical experts mainly from handicraft industry, coming from shokugyobe (professional Be [groups of people who belonged to the Yamato Dynasty]) subordinated to specific government offices under the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) of Japan before the Taika Reforms.
  993. Zakko took its name from the groups of the same name under the ritsuryo system of Tang Dynasty, although they were not included in senmin (one of the two main castes of the ritsuryo system, meaning humble or lowly people) class, unlike in the Tang Dynasty.
  994. Zakko, with its starting point likely being toraijin (people from overseas who settled in early Japan and introduced Continental culture to the Japanese) engineers from the Korean Peninsula, were established by the reorganization of the bemin (members of Be) system after the Taika Reforms to serve the Imperial Court mainly with military techniques.
  995. Zan-Shin
  996. Zan-shin avoids this and leads to a complete victory.
  997. Zan-shin can be written as either 残身 or 残芯 in Japanese.
  998. Zan-shin in Japanese dancing is mostly applied to the end of a section in a dance, and is referred to in expressions such as "'shimai' (end) is not performed well."
  999. Zan-shin in budo
  1000. Zan-shin in budo refers to not lowering one's guard, both in mind and body, even after making a successful move against the opponent.

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