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  1. "Bussetsu Muryoju Shishin Toshogaku kyo, Vol. 1," which is said to have been translated by Horiki JIKU in East Jin.
  2. "Bussetsu Muryoju-kyo" (the Sutra of the Buddha of Immeasurable Life): Two volumes, translated by Kosogai of the Wei dynasty (Three States period) (an abbreviated title: "Daikyo Sutra")
  3. "Bussetsu Muryoju-kyo" Sutra
  4. "Bussetsu Muryojukyo" translated by Kosogai from Cao Wei
  5. "Bussetsu Muryojukyo, Vol. 2," translated by Sogi Kosogai in Wei: 'Wei translation.'
  6. "Bussetsu Muryojukyo, Vol. 2," which is said to have been translated by Hogo JIKU in West Jin.
  7. "Bussetsu Sho Muryoju-kyo" (Lesser Sutra of the Buddha of Immeasurable Life): One volume, translated by Gunabadara of Sung (the Southern Court) (around 455).
  8. "Busso Rekidai Tsusai" is a chronicle of Buddhism history from the ancient times to the year 1333, which was compiled in China.
  9. "Bussotoki" was written in the Southern Sung period, approximately 700 years after the era of Han Wudi of Ryo.
  10. "But still they had to admit the Japanese Imperial family was the oldest sovereign family in the world."
  11. "But suggested feelings and Yugen are completely different."
  12. "But there are no ones who offer dinner for me."
  13. "But, to whom can I complain that I have no warm clothing?"
  14. "But, when he returned home, he is said to have made the comment, 'Fortunately, I was wearing a new fundoshi loincloth when I fell down.'" (No. 19 Ujishizan)
  15. "Butoku taiseiki," "Honchotsugan" and "Dainihonshi" (great history of Japan) are typically such books.
  16. "Butsuri Kogi (Physical lecture)" (Kodan-sha company, Gakujutsu-bunko, ISBN 4061581953)
  17. "Butsuri no Sekai (World of Physics)" (joint authors, Eiji YAMADA, Yasuhisa KATAYAMA, Kodan-sha company, Gendaishinsho, ISBN 4061154079)
  18. "Butsuri no Sekai, Suri no Sekai (World of Physics, World of Mathematical Principle of physics)" (joint authors, Toshio KITAGAWA, Chuko Shinsho, ISBN 4121002504)
  19. "Butsurigaku (Physics)" written by Risuke SHIMAMURA and Zenshichi MARUYA, edited by Teizo IIMORI, proofread and assisted by Keizo TANBA and Shokei SHIBATA in 1879-1882
  20. "By the story of Nagon (counsellor) MINAMOTO (Sudafusa MINAMOTO), the Taira clan followed Emperor (Emperor Antoku) and arrived in Fukuwara."
  21. "Byakkotai (a TV drama of Nippon Television)" (1986, Nippon Television End-of-the-Year Historical Drama Special, Yoshinobu performed by Nobuyuki ISHIDA)
  22. "Calligraphy in the Six Dynasties" was published by (Yasushi NISHIKAWA and the Toa research society).
  23. "Calligraphy is a line-based art in which the author's subjectivity is expressed in the forms of characters."
  24. "Cha ondo" (Jiuta, koto song)
  25. "Chabu" is a table used in China, and its meaning shifts to 'dining' in Japan.
  26. "Chado yokan" (literally, summary of sado), written by Issei TAMAKI
  27. "Chakyo" (The Classic of Tea)
  28. "Chakyo" (The Classic of Tea) is a book written by Lu Yu around eighth century in Tang Dynasty China.
  29. "Chamberlains should be appointed with the Emperor's approval, and they should work together to address the Emperor's personal or private affairs."
  30. "Chanko has not been flavored" refers to sumo wrestlers who are in development or have difficulty in getting accustomed to rules of the sumo world just after joining sumo.
  31. "Chanko" and "Chankonabe"
  32. "Chanoyu Ichie Shu (Collection on the Oneness of Chanoyu)" is a book on tea ceremony written by Naosuke II (title in tea ceremony: Sokan), the lord of the Hikone Domain in the end of the Edo Period.
  33. "Characters"
  34. "Charity" is always turned in the directions of others, and turns into "merit," then self-centeredness is removed.
  35. "Chashitsu Chatei Jiten" (Dictionary of Tea Rooms and Tea Gardens) published in 1973 by Seibundo Shinkosha.
  36. "Chashitsu" is a facility built for a tea ceremony host (shujin) to invite and entertain guests with tea.
  37. "Chatta"
  38. "Cherry Blossoms"
  39. "Chi-no-ma" has small decorative projections called "Chi."
  40. "Chiba Taikeizu" (the extended genealogy of Chiba family) : 824 - September 23, 848
  41. "Chibake Keizu" (the genealogy of Chiba family) : 817 - 855
  42. "Chidori no Kyoku" is combined with later composed "The Spring Music," "The Summer Music," "The Autumn Music" and "The Winter Music" to be collectively called 'Kokin-gumi.'
  43. "Chikanaga-kyo Ki" by Chikanaga KANROJI
  44. "Chikara TSUCHIYA" (kabuki) with similar characters and a similar outline was rewritten for Ganjiro NAKAMURA (the first generation) to act.
  45. "Chikatada Hisho (Secret Notes of Chikatada)" by Chikatada TOKUDA (1679-?), Noh performer from the Kishu Domain
  46. "Chikuden-soshi yugaroku"
  47. "Chikusei MIMURA Anthology" edited by Senzo MORI, with Kozo HIDA, Mitsutoshi NAKANO, series 23 of "Nihon Shoshi gaku Taikei" Seishodo Shoten, 1982
  48. "Chikusekisyougen" (joint publisher, Goga Doi, published by Buneido, February 1916)
  49. "Chikusen-joirei" was an ordinance which took effect in October 711 in order to promote circulation of money and attempt to circulation to the government.
  50. "Chikusho Kinen" and "Bokutenshiden" were included but "Kozan Hokan" and "Hokan Henbunrui" were not included the initial conceptual stage.
  51. "Chikushokinen" (Bamboo Annals)
  52. "Chimata-No-Kami" or "Tsuji-no-kami" are gods (Shinto) who are believed to prevent evil gods and evil spirits who bring epidemics and disasters from entering the village in Japanese folk beliefs.
  53. "Chinkon-ron " (About Spirit pacification)
  54. "Chinzei Yumeharizuki" (The Crescent Moon) was a book written by Bakin KYOKUTEI and illustrated by Hokusai KATSUSHIKA.
  55. "Chirimen" (crepe in French) is a kind of plain woven silk cloth.
  56. "Chiwara Wase" (Thousands straws of an early-ripening variety of rice)
  57. "Chiyogami" is square sheets of Japanese paper with crests or patterns used for a traditional play in Japan called "origami" (paper folding), making costumes of paper dolls, or covering handicraft or presentation box for decoration purpose.
  58. "Chizu no nai Machi" (A town without a map), shot in 1960 after "Gakuseiyaro to Musumetachi," was drawn up by himself as a project where Shinobu HASHIMOTO wrote the best possible scenario and Yujiro ISHIHARA played the lead.
  59. "Cho" is a document exchanged between officials who are not under the direct supervision of one other.
  60. "Chocho-tari Kengyu-hoshi" (O Faraway Altair)
  61. "Chojuro KAWARASAKI" is a name used by successive proprietor of the Edo Ichimura-za Theater, and it is also a professional name used by Kabuki (a Japanese traditional form of drama and music performed by male actors) actors.
  62. "Chokei Tenno Goshinpitsu" (the handwriting of Emperor Chokei
  63. "Chokei daijingu goyurai" (History of the Chokei Daijingu Shrine)
  64. "Chokogaden" Volume 3 Preface: Seiryo KAIHO
  65. "Chokoinyo" Volume 7 (1782)
  66. "Chokunyu Koji Myosekishu"
  67. "Chosenkyoikuron", published by Rokumeikan, 1919
  68. "Chosenshiwa", published by Fuzanbo, 1924
  69. "Choteki" refers to those who inflict vengeance on the emperor (imperial line) in Japan.
  70. "Choya gunsai" (Collected Official and Unofficial Writings) compiled at the end of the Heian period shows a model phrase of this part with almost exactly equal letters to that really used in the imperial edicts to the enthronement, and this can be used as evidence that the model phrase had been handed down by copying the example.
  71. "Chozu" refers to washing hands or a toilet.
  72. "Chronicles of Japan" is a government-selected historical document which was compiled by Imperial Prince Toneri, a son of Emperor Tenmu.
  73. "Chronicles of Japan" says that Emperor Tenchi was followed by Emperor Tenmu and does not mention the enthronement of Prince Otomo.
  74. "Chronicles of Japan" says that the year of the Jinshin War is the first year of Emperor Tenmu and the enthronement of Emperor Tenmu was February 27 in the second year of Emperor Tenmu.
  75. "Chrono Cross"
  76. "Chudo kaki" (A copper flower vase) (The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, 1930)
  77. "Chugaisho" (a collection of sayings of FUJIWARA no Tadazane) says 'Kujodono (Morosuke) has a big penis' as a legend handed down in the Sekkan family.
  78. "Chuhen gikyo" 20 volumes
  79. "Chuka Daizo-kyo Sutra" (Chinese Tripitaka) Keitokudentoroku, relief print
  80. "Chuko Chiranki" mentions that guns were introduced into Japan in 1501 from Western Europe.
  81. "Chunagon Chikamune Shu (a collection of vice-councilor of state, Chikamune)" is his private anthology.
  82. "Chunagon" (vice-councilor of state) is a post ranking below Dainagon (chief councilor of state) in the Daijokan (Grand Council of State), the highest organ in the Imperial Court, and is Ryoge no kan (class outside of the Ritsuryo system), corresponding to Suke (assistant director) in the Shitokan (four classifications of bureaucrats' ranks).
  83. "Chusei Jokaku Jiten" (Dictionary of Medieval Castles) states the possibility that a tamon yagura (long guard tower) once stood on the remains of the earthen mound.
  84. "Chushin Suikoden" (1799)
  85. "Chushingura Gonichi no Tatemae" (Onna Sadakuro)
  86. "Chushingura Juichi-danme Youchi no Zu" (Night battle of 47 loyal retainers)
  87. "Chuson-ji Konjikido (Golden Hall) Shumidan" is extremely famous as a large-size product.
  88. "Chuyu-ki", a diary written by a kuge (court noble) at that time, made reference to a rumor that 'the reason for someone with the rank of saigebon (the lowest rank in the nobility) being appointed to the position of Dai-ikkoku might be that he served the Cloistered Emperor closely.'
  89. "Classic Pants" of the said company sometimes differ in fabric according as the manufacturing year even though they are the same product.
  90. "Climate and Culture" by Tetsuro WATSUJI (1931)
  91. "Cold candy" drink or ameyu ("candy"drink) is one of Japan's traditional sweet drinks made from malt syrup dissolved in hot water with ginger juice or grated ginger added as a seasoning or flavoring agent.
  92. "Collection of Antiques"
  93. "Collection of Commentaries by Akiko Yosano" (Iwanami bunko)
  94. "Collection of Genshitsu SEN conversation, Lead the way-Live on a straight road." (Tankosha Publishing Co., Ltd.)
  95. "Collection of Genshitsu SEN conversation, Think of the Country-Kyoto, Japan, and to the World." (Tankosha Publishing Co., Ltd.)
  96. "Collection of Higaki no Ona" is a personal collection of poetry presented as a tale of poems.
  97. "Collection of Letters by Hiroshi and Akiko Yosano" (Yagishoten)
  98. "Commander of the Nobunaga forces" by Katsuhiro TANIGUCHI, Chuo Koron Shinsha Chuko Shinsho 1782, 2005 ISBN 4-12-101782-X
  99. "Commentary on Yorobisenben"
  100. "Comments Against the Integration of the Truth, Solemnity of Koala:" Compiled by Sakyamitra.
  101. "Comments and Truth of Light Against Tantra, Which is Named Agenda of Mahayana, the Integration of the Truth of Nyorai:" Compiled by Anandagrbha.
  102. "Common sense (Yakumo KOIZUMI)", a novel by Yakumo KOIZUMI, included in "An antique (Yakumo KOIZUMI)":
  103. "Compilation of seal marks, main and sequel"
  104. "Complete works of Eichi SHIBUSAWA" (six-volume) Heibonsha, 1930
  105. "Composer of Chinese-style poems; Environment for Haiku kaigan (eye-opening)" by Kuniyasu KATO (Kembun Shuppan, 2006)
  106. "Concise Daizo-kyo Sutra" "Dainihon Zokuzo-kyo Sutra" - 36-volume Book
  107. "Consideration for establishment of so-called 'Tohoku Chotei (the Tohoku Court) in 1868", Noriyuki FUJII (included in 'New Study of Modern Japanese History 1', Gakubunsha, 1981)
  108. "Conveyor belt" sushi bar, soy sauce, tofu (bean curd), sukiyaki (thin slices of beef, cooked with various vegetables in a table-top cast-iron pan), teriyaki (grilling with soy sauce and sugar), etc.
  109. "Copper coins had to be used from now on and; thus, the use of silver coins would be forbidden."
  110. "Copy of Submitted Document about Ancestor" reads "Ancestor, Taro Goro SAKAMOTO was born in Yamashiro no kuni, although the details such as which county and village in Yamashiro no kuni are yet to be known. He escaped a war disaster and arrived at and settled in Saitani-mura village of Nagaoka-gun county.
  111. "Courage," a function of Aramitama is a force for going forward.
  112. "Course of Researching NPO and Local Administration" concluded with municipalities the cooperative agreements, which aim to accept Ryukoku students and provide them with "the opportunity" of the practical education for upgrading and diversifying their public policies.
  113. "Cr Fever Onmyoji" (Sankyo (Pachinko)) - Pachinko machine designed based on "Onmyoji Abe no Seimei."
  114. "Creating a Future of Japan" by Sadayuki MURASHIMA, Bokkasha Co., Ltd., 2007
  115. "Creation of New Liberal Arts' Education by Like-minded Universities", jointly adopted with other universities (in fiscal Heisei 16)
  116. "Cultivated Plants and the Origin of Agriculture" (1966) written by Sasuke NAKAO described that this method was one of cultural complexes of swidden cultivation of 'hill folks in Laos and tribe doing swidden agriculture in Borneo Island.'
  117. "Cultural History of the East" (Chuko classics J22, Chuokoron-shinsha, Inc.)
  118. "Cultural properties" as stated in treaties or ordinances such as agreements concerning protection of cultural properties at armed conflict, prohibition agreements on illegal import or export of cultural properties, and restrictions on illegal import or export of cultural properties.
  119. "Cultural properties," are defined in Article 2 of the Law for Protection of Cultural Properties and the Ordinance for the Protection of Cultural Properties of Japan.
  120. "Current Japanese Emperor is Emperor Enyu."
  121. "Cyugaisanjiyoroku (Outline of sericultural industry)" (first edition, March 1886; second edition, January 1887; third edition, february 1888)
  122. "Da" is accented.
  123. "Dai nihonshi" has three characteristics below.
  124. "Daibirushana Jobutsu Jinbenkaji-kyo Sutra," which is also called "Birushanakyo Sutra" or "Dainichi-kyo Sutra," refers to Esoteric Buddhist scriptures that are considered to have been established in or around the period of the seventh through eighth centuries.
  125. "Daibutsu-den saikoki" (Records on Restoration of the Great Buddha Hall)
  126. "Daibutsuden saiken ki" (Records of Reconstruction of the Great Buddha) says that the number of people who gathered for this ceremony was more than 200,000.
  127. "Daichidoron" (Commentary on the Great Wisdom Sutra) argues that 'at rinju, those whose color changes to black will go to Hell,' and "Makashikan" (Mahayana Practice of Cessation and Contemplation) by Zhiyi of the Tendai sect in China also discusses that 'a change of one's color to black is compared to the shadow of Hell.'
  128. "Daichidoron" (Commentary on the Great Wisdom Sutra) says as follows:
  129. "Daichidoron" 3 lists the followings as Tenjikugoshoja:
  130. "Daidairizukosho" (Historical research on design drawings of Daidairi [the Greater Imperial Palace]).
  131. "Daido honron (Lectures on Basic Moral Principals)" (1874)
  132. "Daigaku Engi" by Sin Toku Shu became a textbook to study to become emperor in future generations.
  133. "Daigo Jizoin Nikki " by Jizoin Bogen
  134. "Daihishindarani"
  135. "Daiji Wakanroei-shu" (attributed to FUJIWARA no Yukinari)
  136. "Daijionji Sanzo Hoshi Den" (Book of Kofuku-ji Temple, an important cultural property, etc.) is a representative reference for kunten.
  137. "Daijo Denzu Yoroku Kodoku" by Keiki YAMASAKI published by Nagata Bunshodo in 1964
  138. "Daijo-in Jisha Zojiki" (Notes of Daijo-in on Various Matters of the Shrine-temple Multiplex) by Jinson
  139. "Daijoin Jisha Zojiki" by Jinson, Seikaku and Kyojin
  140. "Daijoin jisha zojiki" (Miscellaneous Records of the Daijo-in Temple and Shrine): a diary written by Jinson, Seikaku and others at Kofuku-ji Temple.
  141. "Daijoin jisha zojiki" also describes that there were fierce conflicts between the groups of academic monks and Zen monks in the middle of the Muromachi period.
  142. "Daijokan-so" meant for Daijokan (the Grand Council of State) to submit its reports to the Emperor, or the relevant reports, which were operative within the framework of Ritsuryo system (a centralized government system under the Ritsuryo Code).
  143. "Daijokishinron (the Awakening of Faith in Mahayana)," which is considered to have originated in China, states that there are two kinds of righteousness--Fukaku (blunder) and Kaku (awakening)--is explained by dividing Kaku into Shikaku (acquired awakening) and Hongaku (original awakening).
  144. "Daikon Yakusha" or "Heta-kuso" (you bad actor); at present these kakegoe are rarely heard, however, until before the War, they had been often heard in theatres.
  145. "Daikyoin kyoritsu shidaiki (Record of Foundation of Daikyoin [Great Teaching Institute]) "大教院興立次第記".
  146. "Daikyosai Shinsen" in Daikyosai Festival of Katori-jingu Shrine, Katori city, Chiba Prefecture
  147. "Daimyo Yashiki" refers to the residence of a master served by a daimyo, a residence daimyo kept inside or outside a castle, or a residence daimyo kept regardless of his place of work or habitation.
  148. "Dainagon Tameuji Shu" is a collection of poems by Tameuji and his son Tameyo, edited after his time.
  149. "Dainagon" (chief councilor of state) is a post ranking below Sadaijin (minister of the left), Udaijin (minister of the right), and Naidaijin (inner minister) in Daijokan (Grand Council of State), the highest organ in the Imperial Court, and corresponds to Suke (assistant director) in the Shitokan (four classifications of bureaucrats' ranks).
  150. "Dainagon" is a kind of adzuki bean belonging to the family Fabaceae and genus Vigna.
  151. "Dainihon Enkairyochi Zenzu" was drawn by INO in Edo based on survey results.
  152. "Dainihon Jinmei Jiten" (Dictionary of Japanese Biography)
  153. "Dainihon Shodo-in" was established in April of 1937 by Tenrai HIDAI, together with some persons in the Meikaku school and immediate disciples of Tenrai.
  154. "Dainihon Shodo-in" was organized centered on Tenrai HIDAI, a follower of Meikaku KUSAKABE, and followers of Tenrai started an effort for creating modern-style calligraphy.
  155. "Dainihon Tengu To Ekotoba" (cartoon by Io KURODA)
  156. "Dainihonkoku Ichinomiya-Ki" is an Ichinomiya Ichiran (catalogue of high-ranking shrines of Shinto in Japan) which was written in the Muromachi period, and it was collected into "Gunsho ruiju (Collection of historical documents compiled by Hokiichi HANAWA)" (Volume 23, Part of gods, Collection 2).
  157. "Dainihonkoku Ichinomiya-Ki" lists the names of 67 shrines of Japan, the names of enshrined gods, the nicknames and the locations; it is closed with the passage "the above are all Ichinomiya shrine of various provinces, those are the mysteries of extreme secrets".
  158. "Dainihonshi" (Great history of Japan) compiled by order of Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA contained a history of Emperor Otomo as one of its 'three characteristics'.
  159. "Dainikai Tokubetsuten Shinsengumi Kyoto no Hibi" (Shinsengumi Furusato Museum Series, the second volume), Hino City.
  160. "Dairi" is the emperor's private area in the palace of ancient walled city.
  161. "Daishogun" (commander-in-chief) is one of the Hasshojin (of eight general gods) responsible for the fortune of directions in Onmyodo (the way of Yin and Yang; occult divination based upon the Taoist theory of the five elements).
  162. "Daishogunhachi-jinja Shrine" is a shrine in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  163. "Daisu" has illustrations of daisukazari (the arrangement of tea utensils on a stand) in the kanewari measurement system which will be mentioned later.
  164. "Daitoryo" for Sadanji ICHIKAWA (the second) who had been taking a positive attitude toward performing plays from foreign countries ('daitoryo' means 'president;' in Japan, it also suggests the president of America or a representative of foreign countries)
  165. "Daitoseigo" (Translations of famous Japanese poetry into Chinese; published in 1750)
  166. "Daitowanoseiiku", published by Toyokeizaishinposha, 1941
  167. "Daizu no Susume", a beverage by Coca Cola Japan
  168. "Dangai" (Cliff)
  169. "Danshokai Shucho," "Shoen," " Calligraphy and painting," "Fude no Tomo" (Friends of brushes), "Shodo Kenkyu" (Calligraphic study), "Shosei," and "Rikucho shodo ron" (Discussions on the six dynasty style calligraphy) were published.
  170. "Dappan" was the act of a samurai leaving his master's domain to become a Ronin (masterless samurai).
  171. "Dashi" refers to the whole "pageant" but often indicates a single Hikiyama (pulled-type float) by adding kanji for Kuruma (vehicle) to Yama (mountain).
  172. "Date Hikan" (the secret records of Date) written by a retainer of Sendai Domain, Michitoki HANDA has a description stating there was a group of ninja (Japanese covert agent in feudal times) called Kurohabagigumi (Black shin guards Corps).
  173. "Date Shoto Seiji-ko", "Kansei Choshu Shokafu", "Eiroku Date Keizu", "Fukushima-ken shi" and "Fukushima-shi shi"
  174. "De Yu Jian" and the 'Lun Si De' chapter of Liang Qichao's important work "Xin Min Shuo", written during this period, show the influence of Tetsujiro INOUE's "Nihon Yomei-gakuha no Tetsugaku".
  175. "Decchobon Wakan Roei Shu" (attributed to FUJIWARA no Yukinari)
  176. "Dekoji" (literally, "taking out koji") - After around fifty hours have elapsed, a fragrant flavor like that of roasted chestnuts comes out.
  177. "Denkahokohaku"
  178. "Denkoroku": Keizan's sermon, put together by his disciples
  179. "Descendant of Koboku of Koryo shi"-Immigrant family that derived from Koboku of Koryo shi, the descendant of Qin's royal family Koryo kun.
  180. "Designation Criteria for Natural Monuments of Special Historic Sites and Special Places of Scenic Beauty and Natural Monuments of Historic Sites and Places of Scenic Beauty" are used to designate historic sites and places of scenic beauty as natural monuments to be protected.
  181. "Devil Kings" series (CAPCOM)
  182. "Di Qu (Area)"
  183. "Diary of Saneomi HIROSAWA" is highly evaluated as a first class material for the end of the Edo period comparable with those of Kido and Okubo.
  184. "Diary of Tadayasu NAKAYAMA" (original title was "Seishin Seii" [all sincerity]), consisting of three volumes.
  185. "Dictionary of Imperial Seals"
  186. "Did you come and see me last night? Or did I go and see you? Was our meeting a dream or reality?"
  187. "Do not let the Asai family line die out."
  188. "Dobusho (Comments on Noh Plays)" by Nakataka SHIMOTSUMA, Noh performer in the Keicho era
  189. "Dochu Nikki" is an outstanding diary in 'variety of the records, uniqueness and a lot of information about the folks,' and it has an interesting anthropological aspect as well.
  190. "Documents of OMURA Masujiro" by Noboru UCHIDA, Matsuno Shoten, 1977
  191. "Doeff Halma" placed more importance on spoken language than on literary language, and recorded a wide range of model sentences.
  192. "Doeff Halma" was presented to the Edo bakufu through Nagasaki bugyo (magistrate), and it was also accommodated to several domains.
  193. "Doeff-Halma" was believed to be written by Hendrik DOEFF, the curator of Dutch trading house whose stay in Dejima of Nagasaki was prolonged because his native country was under the rule of France, so that he could not go home.
  194. "Does a dog have buddha-nature?" "It does not have."
  195. "Dojimon" (published by Iwanami Bunko and others) - ISBN 978-4-00-330091-6 and others
  196. "Dojo-ji Temple" as a children's song ("Dojo-ji Ball-bouncing Song," Wakayama Prefecture, the author unknown.)
  197. "Dojo-ji Temple" is a Nogaku piece that is based on the Legend of Anchin and Kiyohime which has been passed down in Dojo-ji Temple, Kishu Province (present day Wakayama Prefecture).
  198. "Domoshuzoki" started describing how to manufacture high-quality shochu, which would require a lot of expenses and labors if you follow.
  199. "Doro darake no Junjo"
  200. "Dosan SAITO -To Fight is to Deceive-" written by Miyoji IWAI (Gakken M bunko, 2001)
  201. "Doude" (dode) means 'why?'
  202. "Dowa Tamaki no ichinenkan" (Nursery story: A year of Tamaki" (Izumi-shoin publishing)
  203. "Duel! Takadanobaba" is an original kabuki play based on 'Duel at Takadanobaba' of Yasube NAKAYAMA (later Taketsune HORIBE).
  204. "During my visit to Sakai, Izumi Province around the beginning of the Kyoroku era, surprised by a huge sound, I asked a person what happened and he said this was "teppo" (gun) which was first introduced from China in 1510. He then showed me how to shoot it."
  205. "Early Christianity" (Iwanami Zensho, Iwanami Shoten)
  206. "Echigo shishi"was a collection of hokku that Seigetsu selected from various haiku made by haiku poets across from Japan such as Kyoto, Edo and Osaka, and compiled them and then, Kikuso gave it a title.
  207. "Echigojishi" incorporated jiuta such as "Echigojishi" or "Sarashi" (bleached cloth) and "Aki no irokusa" also incorporated jiuta such as "Mushi no ne" (sound of insect) or so (or koto) song called "Midare" (disorder) to enhance the instrument parts.
  208. "Edo Chimeiji Shuran" Oka Shoin, 1929
  209. "Edo Kinko Hakkei" (Eight Views of the Edo Environs).
  210. "Edo Meisho Hyakunin Bijo," a collection of a hundred large-sized prints
  211. "Edo Sanpu Kiko" written by Siebold and published in 1832 in the Netherlands includes the following description: After whales were captured, their eatable parts were bought by fish-mongers, and were carried to various ports in Japan while the meat was still fresh.
  212. "Edo Umare Uwaki no Kabayaki" (Playboy, Roasted ? la Edo) (1785)
  213. "Edo is the biggest city in eastern Japan and the Emperor decides that Edo is renamed Tokyo ".
  214. "Edo miyage" (gift from Edo) and "Kanega misaki" (Kanega-misaki cape)
  215. "Edo sunako saisenki" published in 1853 described "Toyokuni Nigao (Nigaoe), Kuniyoshi Musha (Mushae) and Hiroshige Meisho (Meishoe)."
  216. "Edo umare uwaki no kabayaki" (broiled eel, edo born dandy) (1785) by Kyoden SANTO
  217. "Edo" (also described as Yedo, Yeddo, Yendo, Jedo) is the former name for Tokyo.
  218. "Edomurasaki Kongen Soga"
  219. "Edosunakosaisenki" written in 1853 described that 'Toyokuni UTAGAWA was best known for portraits, Kuniyoshi UTAGAWA for samurai, and Hiroshige UTAGAWA for landscapes.'
  220. "Education Centered on Creating Images of Career" by Junior College (in fiscal Heisei 17)
  221. "Education in the Edo Period" by Ronald Philip Dore, Iwanami Shoten Publishers, 1996
  222. "Eejanaika" is the term created later, and at the very time, the phenomenon was called 'okage' (expression used to express thanks to something or someone), okagesodo' (okage turmoil), 'okage matsuri' (kage festival), 'okudari' (godsend), 'ofudaori' (talisman falling from heaven), 'oodori' (grand dance), etc.
  223. "Egyo Hoshi shu" is his personal collection of poetry.
  224. "Ehon Edo Miyage" (An Edo Souvenir in Pictures) - illustration.
  225. "Ehon Gappo ga Tsuji" (A Picture Book of the Crossroads of Gappo) is a Kabuki Kyogen play written by Nanboku TSURUYA the fourth.
  226. "Ehon Imayo Sugata": a colored picture book which portrays the custom and manners of women in Machiya (long and narrow wooden row houses) and Hanamachi (geisha districts in Kyoto) during the Kansei Periods.
  227. "Ehyo Tendai shu" (the Doctrine of Tendai sect (of Buddhism)) 1 volume
  228. "Eiga Monogatari (A Tale of Flowering Fortunes)" is a classic work of the Heian period.
  229. "Eiga Monogatari (The Tale of Glory)" describes the splendor of Hojo-ji Temple as the height of Michinaga's life in luxury.
  230. "Eiga Monogatari" (A Tale of Flowering Fortunes) depicted Masanobu angered over the consecutive shukke of his sons (Akazome Emon, who was the author of "Eiga Monogatari" supposedly had a relation with Jakugen).
  231. "Eiga Monogatari" (main part of a book, volume 1-30) which is said to be written by Akazome Emon in the 11th century is different from official histories in Chinese style such as Rikkokushi (the Six National Histories).
  232. "Eiga-monogatari" (A Tale of Flowering Fortunes) (a history book of Japan)
  233. "Eihei Koroku" Translated by Kyoji ISHII. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 2005.
  234. "Eihei Shingi"
  235. "Eihei shingi" (Eihei Rules of Purity): Written by Dogen
  236. "Eikando," the other name of Zenrin-ji Temple, derives from his name.
  237. "Eikyoki"
  238. "Eikyoki" is an account of war that covers the incidents ranging from the Eikyo War and Yuki War in the Muromachi period to the political circumstances in Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region).
  239. "Eiroku Juichinen Ki" (1 volume): the part of year 1586 only.
  240. "Eisai-Kozengokoku-ron and Kissa-yojoki-" (written by Shokin FURUTA, Kodansha Ltd. in 1994)
  241. "Eisei Gairon (Introduction to Hygiene)" written by Risuke SHIMAMURA and Zenshichi MARUYA, translated and edited by Shokei SHIBATA in 1879-1882
  242. "Eisen" was his go, or the artistic name, and also his family's surname (pronounced "Egawa").
  243. "Ekangyotomyo Hanjuzanmai Gyodo Ojosan (Hanjusan)"
  244. "Ekangyotomyo hanjuzanmai gyodo ojosan" (Hanjusan), 1 volume
  245. "Ekangyotomyo hanjuzanmai gyodo ojosan" (also known as "Hanjusan") (Hymns on the Pratyutpanna Samadhi)
  246. "Eko" (回向, also written as 廻向) or pariNaama (sanskrit) means to 'turn,' 'change' or 'proceed,' and '回向' as its translation with Chinese characters shows the meaning of rotation in '回' and device in '向', which is a thought that Mahayana Buddhism features.
  247. "Ekobun," which is also called "ekoge," refers to gemon (metrical style of teachings) chanted at the end of a devotion or a memorial service.
  248. "El Alcalde de Zalamea" (The Mayor of Zalamea) by Calder?n de la Barca, 1889.
  249. "Elements of International Law" was commentaries of international law which, at the time of its publication, had high authority and fame next to "De iure belli ac pacis" of Grotius.
  250. "Ema" is a wooden board with a picture of a horse, which is dedicated to a temple or a shrine when making a wish, or when showing gratitude for the granted wish.
  251. "Emishi" in ancient times meant a group who lived in the eastern areas of Honshu and to the north, refusing to belong to or assimilate into Japan and regions under the control of the Japanese government, either politically or culturally.
  252. "Emishi" is an appellation that was used by the Imperial Court, but there are no recorded documents mentioning their awareness of the presence or absence of an ethnic group as "Emishi."
  253. "Emperor Jimmu" is Chinese-style posthumous name, which was selected and conferred as court rank posthumously by OMI no Mifune.
  254. "Emperor in Jodo (the Pure land)" written by Ryutaro ABE
  255. "En no Gyoja" (En the ascetic)
  256. "Ena Booklet"
  257. "Ena Collection" Self-selected collection of poetry, 1825; he published 515 poems on the poetry book.
  258. "Enami iji monto" (Enami medical questions and answers)
  259. "Enchanted by Birds - Birds, Me, and Kacho-ga" Chuo Koron Bijutsu Shuppan, 1997
  260. "Enchi" was one form of the land described in Denryo (the law about providing rice fields), which was one of ryo (administrative code), and Enchishi is considered to have produced vegetables and fruits.
  261. "Enchu" (Summer Noon) (Sanseido, 1938)
  262. "Encyclopedia of Japanese old seals"
  263. "Encyclopedia of National History" Yoshikawa Kobunkan
  264. "End of Edo Period" shot by Nakamura Production became his last work as a director.
  265. "Ending"
  266. "Engawa" is a part of fish meat and one of the toppings of sashimi or sushi.
  267. "Engishiki (List of Official Shrines)" lists the shrines that contained within their names the word "Amateru"?like the Amateru Jinja Shrine of Tsushima, the Iiboniamateru Jinja Shrine of Harima and the Amateru mitama no mikoto Jinja Shrine of Tanba.
  268. "Engishiki (List of Official Shrines)," which was completed at a slightly later time, lists the god worshipped at Ise Jingu Shrine as '月讀 (Tsukuyomi)' and '月夜見 (Tsukiyomi).'
  269. "Engishiki jinmyocho" (a register of shrines in Japan) indicates that Shitateruhime no yashiro is Himekoso-jinja Shrine.
  270. "Engishiki" (927) describes a structure of sacred sake tanks at Sake no tsukasa in Kunaisho to show that various sake liquors were already brewed in the almost same methods of brewing modern sake.
  271. "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers) mentions 'a silver Dako with a diameter of 25.5cm.'
  272. "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers) states that 18 provinces surrounding Kinai and the coastal provinces that did not pay Nenryobetsunosokoku paid a total of 24,500 koku.
  273. "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers) states that 25 provinces were the target of this system with a total of 133,729 koku.
  274. "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers) states that the target was 43 provinces within the entire nation, excluding Kinai and some small fringe provinces.
  275. "Engishiki" (book of laws and regulations compiled during the Engi era) refers to the 'ten dai-ji temples' as well as Toshodai-ji, Shin Yakushi-ji Temple, Moto Gango-ji Temple (separated from Hoko-ji Temple and now named Asuka-dera Temple), To-ji Temple and Sai-ji Temple as the 'fifteen dai-ji temples.'
  276. "Engishiki" (codes and procedures on national rites and prayers) says 'his mausoleum had no imperial property or imperial tomb guard.'
  277. "Engo Shinyo" (Teachings of Engo Kokugon edited by Shibun) (1341)
  278. "Enichiusoku" 3 volumes
  279. "Enjiro JITSUKAWA" is a professional name which was used by some Kabuki (a traditional form of drama and music performed by male actors) actors.
  280. "Enryaku-ji Temple" is the collective name for the temple buildings of the Santo-Jurokudani, including Todo, Saito and Yokawa, spread out between the top of Mt. Hiei and its eastern foot.
  281. "Ensei Kusakiryaku" (Summary of far Western plants)
  282. "Ensei kiki jutsu" (1854) describes a variety of Western scientific instruments.
  283. "Ensei" (Distant Star) (Sogensha, 1947)
  284. "Eshinbun Nipponchi" (Picture Newspaper which plays on "Japan" and "Punch") (issued in 1874) which is thought to be the first comic book published by Japanese people
  285. "Eshinni shosoku" (the letters of Eshinni)
  286. "Essence of Novels" is a literary critique by Shoyo TSUBOUCHI.
  287. "Essentially the right of succession is acquired by a force in Japan."
  288. "Etchu fundoshi" is a kind of underwear made of a rectangular cloth of about 100cm in length and about 34cm in width with strings on both sides.
  289. "Etchu ga hazurete tonarino kuni wo dasi" ("Pubic region appears from beside the unfastened Etchu fundoshi")
  290. "Etchu wo nyobo ga suruto koto wo kaki" ("When my wife wears an Etchu fundoshi loincloth, there is no way to have sex with her")
  291. "Etekagami" (Collection of Paintings) - property of Seikado Bunko Art Museum
  292. "Etenraku Imayo"
  293. "Etenraku" is a piece of gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music).
  294. "Evaporated milk" had been frequently used for early canned coffee due to its low procurement cost and rich flavor, but after the 1990s when the trend changed to authentically-oriented coffee, it was removed from the mainstream.
  295. "Even among the families remaining, family joint suicides and killing of children are constantly happening."
  296. "Even if I die like this, I have no regrets, even if no storm blows, when the time comes the blossoms fall."
  297. "Even if one's immediate family died, the remaining family had no strength to perform religious rites and dead bodies were left as they were.
  298. "Even if they spent an immense and limitless, incalculable eon, they would not attain Mujo bodai after all…"
  299. "Everybody, let's run down the hill!"
  300. "Everyone thinks it numinous."
  301. "Everything About Katamori MATSUDAIRA" (Kenjo TSUNABUCHI, editor, Shin-Jinbutsuoraisha)
  302. "Exegesis of The Tale of Genji" (complete in 12 volumes, with two supplements) Takuya TAMAGAMI (Kadokawa Group Publishing Co., Ltd., 1964 to 1969)
  303. "Extracurricular Lessons in Gion"
  304. "Ezo" of recent years refers to the Ainu.
  305. "FUJIWARA no Nobutaka"
  306. "Family Structure in Japanese Society" by Takeyoshi KAWASHIMA, 1948
  307. "Family tree of the seven groups of samurai warriors in Musashi Province" described him as 'A child (the second son) of Ienaga, Jirozaemon Ietsugu HONJO,' which means there was confusion among legends by various materials.
  308. "Farmers and Crows"
  309. "Faust" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Part 1: January 1913, Part 2: March, Fuzanbo)
  310. "Feeling disappointment, I go up to the top of the hill at full moon in an autumn breeze and see smoke coming from millions of bustling houses in downtown."
  311. "Fen Shu" and "Cang Shu" written by Li Zhuowu, which had been almost forgotten in China as they were banned by the Qing government, were re-imported into China as a result of the enthusiasm for studying Yomeigaku in Meiji Japan.
  312. "Feng-Shen-Yen-I"
  313. "First of all, the policy of Kaisan Sho'nin (Shinran) gives faith first priority.
  314. "Firstly, because he is a military man."
  315. "Flowers and Birds" Fusumae (images drawn on fusuma sliding door), 1902 (Western Danna room [room for temle's supporters], Gyokurin-in, sub-temple of Daitoku-ji Temple).
  316. "Flowers and Birds" in Shitchu (the center front room of Hojo) is very highly acclaimed among the screen paintings of Hojo of Jukoin.
  317. "Flowers and Birds, Anthology by Shoko and Atsushi UEMURA" Dai Nippon Kaiga, 1985
  318. "Fontainebleau no Mori" (Fontainebleau Forest)
  319. "For example: Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister), posthumously conferred".
  320. "For example: Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank), posthumously conferred".
  321. "For many years, under the unchanged bond of Tanabata, today a long awaited meeting will be held." - Kennyo
  322. "For many years, under the unchanged things of Tanabata, today a rare meeting will be held." - Nyoshun-Ni
  323. "For this I urge you to furnish him with advisors in order to better guide him." he admonished.
  324. "Forbidden Gate" is an abbreviation of "the gate of the forbidden palace" (meaning the Emperor's palace).
  325. "Forbidden colors," seven colors traditionally reserved for the imperial family and nobility, were avoided.
  326. "Founder of Zenshu sect" is a typical ink painting, while "Four Seasons, Flowers and Birds" is based on ink and shows a new flavor at the same time, as it uses colors only on the flowers and birds.
  327. "Four Seasons of Birds, Original Lithograph Works" The Mainichi Newspapers, 1981
  328. "Frois's History of Japan" states that after his mother's death, Joan NAITO did not care at all about his position as the lord of the castle, and drifted throughout the country, becoming increasingly involved in his faith.
  329. "From now on, work should start before 6:00 am and finish after 10:00 am, and a bell should be rung at the start and end of work" (since the working hours of government officials were unclear, the sound of a bell let them know the start and finish time)
  330. "Fu" and "ken" (prefectures) and "han" (domain) to which Chihanji was assigned were basically called by the place name of their respective capital place, such as Osaka-fu, Shinagawa-ken, or Yamaguchi-han.
  331. "Fu" refers to a processed food made with wheat gluten being the main ingredient.
  332. "Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan" (as fast as the wind, as quiet as the forest, as daring as fire, and as immovable as the mountain) is a Jidaigeki-eiga (the period movie) which was released on March 1, 1969.
  333. "Fudai" (hereditary) (a record before the enthronement of the Emperor Kenzo)
  334. "Fudo"
  335. "Fudo" (Unmoving) (Shunjusha, 1977)
  336. "Fudo" is one of the best eighteen Kabuki plays.
  337. "Fudochi Shinmyo Roku" (The Miracle of Immovable Wisdom), which compiled letters which Takuan had sent to Munenori YAGYU, is well-known as the one preaching 'Kenzen ichimi' (The Sword and Zen are One).
  338. "Fudoki" (description of regional climate, culture, etc.)
  339. "Fudoki" is a title of Chinese books.
  340. "Fugaku hyakkei" (A Hundred Views of Mt. Fuji) (Hokusai KATSUSHIKA)
  341. "Fuguruma" means a box cart which was used at the imperial palace or temples for carrying books in the event of emergency like an accidental fire.
  342. "Fuguruma-yobi" is a Japanese specter which appears in "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro"(The Bag of One Hundred Random Demons), a collection of paintings of specters drawn by Sekien TORIYAMA.
  343. "Fuji Sanjurokkei" (Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji).
  344. "Fuji ni tatsu Wakamusha (Young Samurai Standing Against Mt. Fuji)," Toei, 1961; directed by Tadashi SAWASHIMA and played by Masao MISHIMA
  345. "Fujibitai Tsukuba no Shigeyama"(The Widow's Peak Shaped Like Mt. Fuji) (also known as Onna Shosei) (1877)
  346. "Fujisan" (unfinished)
  347. "Fujiwara" is no longer used as an official title of a rank but as a family name, and Fujiwara families in contemporary Japan are unlikely to be related to the historical Fujiwara clan.
  348. "Fujo Kissa" (1958): a collection of Chishakuin Shinden.
  349. "Fukego" (a collection of the sayings of FUJIWARA no Tadamitsu) contains a story where Tadazane compared the appearances of Nobumasa and Narimasa critically.
  350. "Fukego," a collection of the sayings of FUJIWARA no Tadamitsu, a record of discourse of Tadazane mainly during this period, is important as historical material about Yusoku kojitsu (court and samurai rules of ceremony and etiquette) still practiced to this day.
  351. "Fuki" is found in a kimono in which one does not make ohashori (tucking up a kimono and holding the tuck in place with a cord) and trails the hem on the floor like the uchikake, and one of its purposes is to prevent the hem of the clothing from clinging to the feet by making a thick part around the hem.
  352. "Fukokusakuron" (A Strategic Plan for Increasing National Prosperity) (oral statement, edited by Gyotei KIKUCHI) Maruyamasha, 1911
  353. "Fuku no kami" is a program of Kyogen (farce played during a Noh play cycle).
  354. "Fuku wa uchi" is shouted because the temple enshrines Kishimojin (a goddess of childbirth and children, which term includes a Chinese kanji character of oni) in its precinct, and professional wrestlers enter the service for the shrine because it has kept the grave of Rikidozan, the late popular Japanese professional wrestler.
  355. "Fuku wa uchi" is shouted, being attended by well-known sumo wrestlers and other entertainers.
  356. "Fuku wa uchi, Oni mo uchi (In with Fortune! In with ogres, too!)" is called out.
  357. "Fuku wa uchi, oni mo uchi, oni no medama buttobase!! (In with fortune, in with ogres, too, and blow ogres' eyeballs away!!)" is called out.
  358. "Fuku wa uchi, oni wa uchi! (In with fortune! In with ogres!)" is the slogan called out at oniyobi-mamemaki (a bean throwing ceremony to call in ogres).
  359. "Fuku wa uchi, oni wa uchi" is shouted.
  360. "Fuku wa uchi, oni wa uchi, akuma wa soto (In with fortune! In with ogres! Out with the devil!)" is called out.
  361. "Fukubachi" refers to a part of "Sorin (metal pinnacle)" on the top of three- or five-storied pagodas.
  362. "Fukuo hyakuwa"
  363. "Fukuo hyakuyowa"
  364. "Fukuo jiden"
  365. "Fukuro Zoshi" (Book of Folded Pages) carried an article of which the draft verse and prose were considred by Fumitoki himself to be poor, were acclaimed as excellent in contrast by his disciple YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane.
  366. "Fukurohoshi ekotoba" (The picture book of Fukuro Bonzo)
  367. "Fukyo" in the Middle Ages
  368. "Fukyohen" (Fu jiao bian) (1351)
  369. "Fumikomi ro" (Irori fire place on the earthen floor), which is found in a magariya (bent house) of the Morioka Domain, is a typical Doma (unfloored part) Irori fireplace.
  370. "Fumikomi ro" allows someone in shoes to sit around the Irori fireplace while performing agricultural chores.
  371. "Funabenkei," a Noh play.
  372. "Fundoshi no tsuyoi wa yagate maku ni nari" ("Tightly fastened fundoshi loincloth will make the wrestler strong enough to be promoted to maku-uchi or top division of sumo ranking")
  373. "Fundoshi wo hinekuri mawasi ichi-bu dasi" ("Twiddling a fundoshi loincloth to expose a part of my privates")
  374. "Fundoshi wo kokyo e kazaru sumo-tori" ("A sumo wrestler goes home loaded with honorable fundoshi loincloths")
  375. "Fundoshi" is a traditional underwear for men in Japan and other areas.
  376. "Furube" means waving the treasures.
  377. "Fusatsuki (Fusatsu ogre)" (Kei SHIMOJIMA)
  378. "Fusatsuki" (Kei SHIMOJIMA)
  379. "Fushimi Momoyama-jo Castle" is a recent construction that did not exist historically (details to follow).
  380. "Fushimi Taigaiki" (The General Record of Fushimi) of 1718 states that there were town societies called Machigumi at the time in Fushimi, in which nine Kitagumi (the north unit) and nine Minamigumi (the south unit) were organized, and it describes 263 town names.
  381. "Fushimi Tenno Shinkan Kashu" (Collection of poetry written by Emperor Fushimi) (99 poems)
  382. "Fushimi no Momoyama no Misasagi" (the imperial mausoleum of the Emperor Meiji)
  383. "Fushin" here means ' general public laber services' in Buddhist terminology.
  384. "Fushinjo (the letters Kukai wrote to Saicho)", "ONO no Michikaze Akihagi-jo (Collection of poems by ONO no Michikaze)", etc.
  385. "Fushinjo" and "Kyukakujo" were the most famous letters of Kukai and Saicho.
  386. "Fushinjo" is famous since it shows one aspect of his flawless writing style.
  387. "Fushinjo" starts with, 'I received a letter from the heavens with writing like clouds, and it flew onto me like a wind,' while "Kyukakujo" starts, 'I have not seen you in a while. I have missed you.'
  388. "Fushinjo": (the letters Kukai wrote to Saicho)
  389. "Fushinjo"refers to the first letter in a limited sense.
  390. "Fusho-kokushi koroku" (Analects of Ingen), thirty volumes
  391. "Fushuku Hanho"
  392. "Fuso Ryakki" (A Brief History of Japan) and "Shichidaiji Junrei Shiki (Private Journal of a Pilgrimage to the Seven Great Temples) tie the temple to Kume-no-sennin.
  393. "Fuso Ryakki" (A Brief History of Japan) says 'Otomo Grand Minister became the crown prince in October in the 10th year of Emperor Tenchi. The emperor died on December 3. Prince Otomo was enthroned on December 5.'
  394. "Fuso Ryakki" is a history book privately selected that is believed to be compiled by Priest Koen in Kudoku-in temple on Mt. Hiei during the generation of Emperor Horikawa after 1094.
  395. "Fuso ryakki" (A Short History of Japan) quotes part of the report.
  396. "Fusuma" is a kind of Ittan-momen, which is said to have haunted Sadoga-shima Island frequently during the Edo period.
  397. "Futon" is a short novel which was written by Katai TAYAMA.
  398. "Futon-kabuse" is said to appear in Saku-shima Island, Aichi Prefecture.
  399. "Futsu Dobutsu Gaku (General Zoology) " written by Risuke SHIMAMURA and Zenshichi MARUYA, edited by Keizo TANBA and Shokei SHIBATA, assisted by Kazuma TAKAMATSU in 1883
  400. "Futsu Kinseki Gaku (General Epigraphy)" written by Risuke SHIMAMURA and others, edited by Zenan KUMAZAWA and Shokei SHIBATA in 1885
  401. "Futsu-shodo shu" (a selection of ordinary advocates) (1297) contains a record that the storytelling by a biwa-playing minstrel had spread as well as the Hogen Monogatari and Heike Monogatari, so it is estimated that by the late 13th century the story was widely known.
  402. "Future of Japanese-style Paintings" Bijutsu-nenkansha, 1992 (Arusu Series)
  403. "Fuunji tachi" by Taro MINAMOTO
  404. "Fuusokazu" (commonly called Natsuakikusa zu Byobu) - property of Tokyo National Museum, Important Cultural Property
  405. "Fuwa"
  406. "Fuyo Sanbo Shiinpu"
  407. "Fuyo Sanbo Shiinpu," which was compiled by Iryo GEN, contains the seal he engraved.
  408. "Fuzokutsu" (Stories on Manners), written by Osho of Donhan, is believed to be the oldest book that contains the legend of Gyuro-Shukujo.
  409. "G.I Samurai the Movie" (1979, the leading actor was Mizuho SUZUKI)
  410. "Gag Manga Biyori (Great Day for Gag Comics)"
  411. "Gakkoron", published by Dobunkan, 1909
  412. "Gakumon no susume"
  413. "Gakumongenryu" is a history book of the study of Chinese classics written by Shiso NABA (Rodo NABA, NABA is also pronounced NAWA) in the middle of the Edo Period.
  414. "Gakuseiyaro to Musumetachi" (Students and daughters), which was released in 1960, was a masterpiece that fully reflected Nakahira's style of ensemble casting, a method of casting in which, rather than one actor being singled out as the main character, a number of actors shared billing.
  415. "Gakusen Inpu"
  416. "Gakusoku" (code of the school)
  417. "Gamma daisan go: Uchu dai sakusen" ("The Green Slime") was distributed by MGM, and "Uchu kara no messeiji" ("Message from Space") was distributed by United Artists in the U.S.
  418. "Gan" refers to the wishes of those among mankind who believe 'Namu' and Amida Buddha.
  419. "Ganjitsu no sechie" is one of the ancient events for the New Year.
  420. "Gantan" and "Ganjitsu"
  421. "Gareki Hoko"
  422. "Gaun Nikkenroku Bassu" by Shuho ZUIKEI
  423. "Gaun nikken roku," the diary written by Shuho ZUIKEI of Shokoku-ji Temple, says under the date of February 1, 1455, that the politics of the shogunate originated from Sanma.
  424. "Geba" means to dismount one's horse in order to salute in front of nobles, in the precincts of shrines and temples, or before entering a castle.
  425. "Gedai"
  426. "Gedatsu"
  427. "Geikai Tsushin Musen Denwa" (Correspondences with Show Business by Radiophone) (Seiabo Publishing, 1975)
  428. "Geimon-ruiju" (a Chinese encyclopedia, literally "Collection of Literature Arranged by Categories") also contains the description.
  429. "Geisha Mineko no Hana Ikusa" (Flower Battle by Geisha Mineko)
  430. "Geisha, a life"
  431. "Gekiro" (Turbulent Waves) (Seijisha, 1946)
  432. "Gekiteki joraku 'Garasha HOSOKAWA'" written by Seiichi SUZUKI (1968)
  433. "Gen" defines god as a form of wako dojin (mingling with the world by hiding one's true talent or knowledge).'
  434. "Gen" referred to Buddhist monks (hoshi) and "ba" referred to foreigners or distinguished guests (marahito).
  435. "Genchu saihisho" (Secret Notes of Suigensho) says that, 'Although Kumogakure comes next to Maboroshi, it does not exist at all and some old catalogues say it didn't exist in the first place, and even when asking many knowledgeable talented people about it, they don't know either.'
  436. "Gendai ni ikiru Soshi Shinran - Shozomatsuwasan Nyumon" (Founder Shinran living modern times - Introduction to Shozomatsuwasan) (Sankei Shinbun, 1966)
  437. "Gendai no Taiwa (Dialogue Today) "(joint authors, Hiroshi SUEKAWA, Takeo KUWAHARA, Takeshi UMEHARA, Yukon-sha, 1966).
  438. "Gendai shinran koza, Volume 1(Modern Shinran)" Joint authorship, Edited by Higashi Hongan-ji Kyogaku Kenkyuusho Tokyo Bunshitsu (Futsusha, 1963)
  439. "Gendaijin no kido" (Trajectory of modern man) (Bunka Jiho, 1961)
  440. "Genealogy of Wada" tells that he escaped into Goryeo.
  441. "Genealogy of secular surname of Enchin" written by Enchin (Chisho Daishi) in his own hand (during the Jowa era, the property of Enjo-ji Temple, a national treasure) is valuable Tatekeizu (a genealogy in which names of parents and those of children are connected with vertical lines) starting with "Emperor Keiko-Takekunikoriwake no oji."
  442. "General Theory of the Novel" is the literary criticism by FUTABATEI Shimei.
  443. "Gengen Shi Inpu," two books in a chitsu (a container to keep books made of Japanese papers in it), in 1831.
  444. "Genji Betsubon, Another Tale of Genji Corpus 2" (to be published in 15 vols.) Haruki II et al. Genji Betsubon, Another Tale of Genji Corpus Publication (Ofu, since 2005)
  445. "Genji Betsubon, Another Tale of Genji Corpus" (15 vols. complete) Haruki II et al. Genji Betsubon, Another Tale of Genji Corpus Publication (Ofu, March 1989 to October 2002)
  446. "Genji Betsubon, Another Tale of Genji corpus 2" (scheduled to be 15 volumes in total) Haruki II et al. Committee for Publishing The Tale of Genji Betsubon Corpus (Ofu, since 2005)
  447. "Genji Betsubon, Another Tale of Genji corpus" (15 volumes in total) Haruki II et al. Committee for Publishing The Tale of Genji Betsubon Corpus (Ofu, March 1989 - October 2002)
  448. "Genji Hyakunin Isshu"
  449. "Genji Monogatari Emaki" (Illustrated handscrolls of the Tale of Genji) was the oldest scroll depicting a story in Japan, in the style of peculiar and elegant tsukuri-e (pictures created by careful executed three step paintings), painted by FUJIWARA no Takayoshi 100 years after "Genji Monogatari" was written.
  450. "Genji Monogatari Emaki" (Illustrated scrolls of the Tale of Genji) is an emakimono that represents the Heian period, and it was said to be painted by FUJIWARA no Takayoshi around the first half of the 12th century; 20 frames of the emakimono still exist.
  451. "Genji Monogatari Koi hen" edited by Kikan IKEDA (CHUOKORON.SHA INC., 1953 -)
  452. "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji) and Fusuma
  453. "Genji choja" means the head of the Minamoto clan.
  454. "Genji monogatari kyoenki" was the kyoenki (record of the banquet held after the course) and in 1575, he wrote 54 volumes of commentaries "Genji monogatari moshinsho" which was the fruit of his study for many years (also known as "Kuzensho").
  455. "Genji monogatari taisei Koi hen" edited by Kikan IKEDA (Chuo Koronsha, since 1953)
  456. "Genjo" in particular were involved in strange occurrences, such as when a "genjo" dashed out of the Imperial Palace by itself when the place was burnt down and when an ogre, who was attracted to its sound, stole a "genjo" and hung it by a piece of string from Suzakumon (the main, southern gate of the Palace City).
  457. "Genkaku pulled lightly his fundoshi loincloth and wound it around his head pulling it forcefully by both hands," he wrote.
  458. "Genko shakusho" (History of Buddhism of the Genko era) (1377)
  459. "Genkuro Yoshitsune," Toei, 1962; directed by Sadatsugu MATSUDA and played by Junya USAMI
  460. "Genpei Seisui ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and Taira clans) (Volume 14) and "Sanmi nyudo 入寺事 " portrays Kio as 'an unparalleled archer with a strong mind and extraordinary tactics, in addition to being the best-looking man in the castle.'
  461. "Genpei Seisui ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans) describes Hirotsune's attitude as 'Hirotsune welcomed Tadakiyo thoughtfully in a cordial manner.'
  462. "Genpei Seisui ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans) rated him as 'having a brave spirit,' although he was a kuge (court noble).
  463. "Genpei Seisui ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans) refers to this moment in the episode of Kagetoki KAJIWARA, who found Yoritomo and his followers hide themselves in a cave called 'Shitodo no Iwaya' but let them escape.
  464. "Genpei Seisui ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans) tells that Yoshihide was born, as Yoshimori desired Tomoe Gozen who had been a prisoner after the death of Yoshinaka KISO.
  465. "Genpei Seisui ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans) tells that he died at the age of 26.
  466. "Genpei Seisuiki" (The Rise and Decline of the Minamoto and Taira clans) describes the Narimori's death in further detail as follows.
  467. "Genroku Chushingura"
  468. "Genroku Chushingura" (The 47 Ronin), "Edojo Sozeme" (General Attack on Edo) and "Yoritomo no Shi" (the death of Yoritomo) written by Seika MAYAMA
  469. "Genryaku-bon Manyoshu", "Tentoku utaawase (Poetry contest of Tentoku)", etc.
  470. "Genshi-shiroku (Genshiroku), an essay of Issai SATO," by Issai SATO
  471. "Gero" (retainer) starring Goro KAWABE, which Ito directed this year, is a masterpiece as well.
  472. "Gesaku rokkasen" (Selections of six Gesaku writers) by Kattoshi IWAMOTO (collected in the second volume of "Ensekijisshu")
  473. "Gesakusha senshu" (Selected Gesaku writers) by Hokaishi ISHIZUKA (an Eiinbon [a reproduction of the manuscript] by Tomomitsu HIROSE is contained in "Kasama sosho" 96 (1978).
  474. "Gesakusha shoden" (A biographical sketch of the Gesaku writers) by Kattoshi IWAMOTO (collected in the second volume of "Enseki Jusshu" [a selection of essays in Edo period])
  475. "Getsudo-kenbunroku"(record of society from 1679 to 1734) says that minting amount was a little more than 350,000 kan (about 1,310 ton), but it is doubtful considering the amount of keicho-gin that was distributed to foreign countries.
  476. "Getsuya Sansui-zu" (Landscape of a Moonlit Night) (important arts) Egawa Museum of Art (Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture)
  477. "Geza" (sound effects in Kabuki) basically produces the atmosphere of the original Kabuki Kyogen.
  478. "Gi-yofu architecture" is an architectural style that Japanese carpenters created by imitating Western-style architecture.
  479. "Gidayu-bushi"
  480. "Gien Jugo Nikki" (Diary of Gien, who was given the title Jugo [an honorary rank next to Emperor, Empress Dowager, and Empress]) by Gien
  481. "Gigaku" is one of the traditional theatrical performance in Japan.
  482. "Gijiritsusho" (document of pseudo-self-control)
  483. "Gikeiki" (a military epic about the life of Yoshitsune), a war chronicle.
  484. "Gikyoyoryaku" presumably 7 volumes
  485. "Gin no Yakata" (silver mansion) by Michiko NAGAI, Bungei Shunju, 1980.
  486. "Ginko-in" (bank clerk) for Sansho ICHIKAWA (the fifth) who had resigned as an office worker to succeed to Danjuro ICHIKAWA
  487. "Gion Uchiake Banashi" (Confidential Talk of Gion) joint authorship with Shigeko MORITA, PHP Institute
  488. "Gion-shinko Faith" is a belief in Gozu Tenno (deity said to be the Indian god Gavagriva), Susanoo, and is a syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism.
  489. "Gishi Wajin den (first history of Japan, written in China in the third Century BC)" refers to 'rokan (turret).'
  490. "Gishin Dentokugiri Koshaku"
  491. "Gishiwajinden" (literally, an 'Account of the Wa' in "The History of the Wei Dynasty") by Shou CHEN (233 - 297), the third century.
  492. "Gishiwajinden" (literally, an 'Account of the Wa' in "The History of the Wei Dynasty") from Sangokushi (Annals of the Three Kingdoms) describes state of Wakoku in the third century in detail that Queen Himiko ruled over the Yamatai-Koku kingdom.
  493. "Gishiwajinden," states that hoko (long-handled Chinese spear), shields, wooden bows, and arrowheads made of iron (or bone) were used in the 200s in Wakoku.
  494. "Go shui wakashu (Later Collection of Gleanings)" was compiled around this time and was dedicated to the Emperor.
  495. "Go" (unit of the smallest administrative area) in Funai-gun, described in the Wamyo-sho (a dictionary compiled in the Heian period)
  496. "Go" (unit of the smallest administrative area) in Naka-gun, described in the Wamyo-sho
  497. "Go" (unit of the smallest administrative area) in Otokuni-gun
  498. "Go-Daigo" is categorized as an honorary name (in some cases the honorary name is considered a type of posthumous name, but strictly speaking, these two are different).
  499. "Go-Ryonin" (you the best-matched pair)
  500. "Gobancho Yugiriro" (A House in the Quarter) is a representative work of Tsutomu MIZUKAMI, based on arson of Kinkaku-ji Temple in 1950 and the author's experience.
  501. "Gobunsho" (a collection of letters written by Jodo Shinshu high priest Rennyo [1415-1499] to his pupils) says the believers of kakushi nenbutsu would go to "mugen jigoku" (the Avici hell, which is believed to be the most painful of the eight hells).
  502. "Gobutsuma" was where the successive Shogun's ancestral tablets were placed and "Gotaimensho" was where male visitors were taken; those rooms ware also placed in Gotenmuki.
  503. "Gochisokuin Kanpaku Ki" by Fusatsugu KONOE
  504. "Godaigo Tenno Goshinpitsu" (the handwriting of Emperor Godaigo)
  505. "Godairiki Koi no Fujime" written by Gohei NAMIKI was first performed played in January, 1795 (in old lunar calendar) at the Miyako-za Theater in Edo, and succeeded phenomenally because based on a real brutal murders in Kamigata (Kansai region), it depicted the characters' feelings elaborately.
  506. "Godansho" (another story book from ancient days): When the Retired Emperor Uda stayed with Kyogoku no Miyasundokoro overnight, the ghost of Toru appeared and said that 'I want Miyasundokoro.'
  507. "Godansho" (the Oe Conversations, with anecdotes and gossip) describes typical examples of honorary posts including Yamashiro no suke (assistant governor of Yamashiro) and Suieki kan (head of the waterway station).
  508. "Godansho" (the Oe Conversations, with anecdotes and gossip) selected by OE no Masafusa who served Emperor Gosanjo and the Retired Emperor Shirakawa and recorded by FUJIWARA no Sanekane (kurodo [chamberlain]), is a representative example of anecdotes; it was written in the first half of the 12th century.
  509. "Godansho," written as 江談抄 in Japanese, is a collection of narratives from the Insei period (during the period of the government by the retired Emperor).
  510. "Goeki shinpo" (which literally means the diagnostic approach by using the five elements, is the first book on diagnoses in Western medicine)
  511. "Goen Ugo" (1927, the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto)
  512. "Gogumaiki" by Kimitada SANJO
  513. "Gogyo Sokoku" refers to relationships between elements such as 'wood defeats earth, earth defeats water, water defeats fire, fire defeats metal, metal defeats wood.'
  514. "Gogyo Sosho" refers to relationships between elements such as 'wood makes fire, fire makes earth, earth makes metal, metal makes water, water makes wood.'
  515. "Gohojoji Kanpaku Ki" by Hisamichi KONOE
  516. "Gohokkyoin Kanpaku Ki" by Masaie KONOE
  517. "Gojiganin-dono Gyoki" by Hisatsune KUJO
  518. "Gokai-jawan" (an acrobatic performance using a long rod to support numbers of rolling rice bowls and other items well balanced on top of the rod)
  519. "Gokanjo" (historical records of the Later Han Dynasty) `Volume 85 Dong Yi Liezhuan seventy-five Wajin (Japanese people)'
  520. "Gokanjo" (historical records of the Later Han Dynasty) wajinden states '其兵有矛楯木弓竹矢 或以骨為鏃,' while "Gishiwajinden" (literally, an 'Account of the Wa' in "The History of the Wei Dynasty") states '兵用矛楯木弓木弓短下長上竹箭或鉄鏃或骨鏃.'
  521. "Gokeshidai" (The Ritual Protocol Of The Oe House)
  522. "Gokeshidai" is a collection of the books on "yusoku kojitsu" (court rules of ceremony and etiquette), written in the later Heian period.
  523. "Goketsu Ichizoku" (Atlas (game company)) - Used in part as the background of the stage.
  524. "Gokomatsu Tenno Shinki" by Emperor Gokomatsu
  525. "Gokyo-hyochu" (notes on the Five Classics texts of Confucianism)
  526. "Gokyogoku dono onjikaawase" is also considered to be an excellent reference on learning his style.
  527. "Gokyorenju"in 1808, includes Uchigo (a record of game of Go) in the time of Sansa HONINBO to Dochi HONINBO
  528. "Gokyoseimyo"in 1835, includes set moves in Go or Shogi and tesuji of yose (endgame)
  529. "Gokyoshumyo kohen" includes tsumego, collection of tesuji and Genbi's 25 games of Uchigo.
  530. "Gokyoshumyo" in 1812, collection of Tsumego (study of Go, in the position in a game of Go that decide life and death of a Go stone) and basic tesuji (moves in game of Go and Shogi (Japanese Chess))
  531. "Golden Days" (1978, NHK Taiga Drama - the leading actor was Noboru MATSUHASHI)
  532. "Goma no hai" (literally, ash of Goma - burning small pieces of wood on the alter to invoke divine help):
  533. "Gonara Tenno Shinki" by the Emperor Gonara
  534. "Gonin no Sekkohei" was the first Japanese film to be awarded prizes a three of the worlds major film festivals.
  535. "Gonin no Sekkohei" won the Italian Popular Culture Ministry Award at the sixth Venice International Film Festival held in 1938.
  536. "Gonjo Onenki" by Rishoin Gonjo
  537. "Gonki" is a diary of FUJIWARA no Yukinari, who lived during the middle of the Heian period.
  538. "Good Day" (Kindai Shuppan)
  539. "Good men, what is your opinion?"
  540. "Goryo-e" is a courtesy for reposing the soul, to prevent curses by the goryo (spirit of the deceased person) who died unexpectedly, and is also referred to as Goryo-sai Festival.
  541. "Goryokaku (TV Drama)" (1988, Nippon Television End-of-the-Year Historical Drama Special, Yoshinobu performed by Nobuyuki ISHIDA)
  542. "Gosaga-in hon Hakushi shikan" (national treasure) is stored among the collection of Masaki Art Museum.
  543. "Gosannen Kassen Ekotoba" in the Jowa edition was written in more recent years, the period of the Northern and Southern Coutts.
  544. "Gosannen-e" in the Joan edition of the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa
  545. "Goseibai-shikimoku" was the first legal code for the warriors as well as an epoch-makingl one in the history of laws in Japan.
  546. "Goseibai-shikimoku" widely allowed the cancellation which had been admitted only in a very limited manner in the past, and in particular, cancellation filed by parents against their offspring based on the parental right was admitted almost without limitation.
  547. "Gosen Hyakunin Isshu" (Later Selected Hyakunin Isshu)
  548. "Goshi" is a Shinto term that refers to the enshrinement of kami (deity, spirit) from one shrine at another shrine (this is called yosemiya).
  549. "Goshin " was his Dogo (pseudonym as a priest) and "Genmyo" was his Hoi (real name), but he had many other pseudonyms, including "Radian", "Mugenso," "Yukaan," "Ichiuan," and "Kyuka."
  550. "Goshinjinin Kanpaku Ki " by Michitsugu KONOE
  551. "Goshirakawa in" written by Yasushi INOUE
  552. "Goshonenin's Notes on Court Costume" in the Kamakura period quoted it as the "Gasho" (Notes on Court Elegance), and the "Asho" in the middle of the Muromachi period quoted it as "Notes on Court Costume by the Tokudai-ji Family."
  553. "Goshu-no-nikki" (a technical book on sake brewing) written during the Muromachi Period referred this method already at that time.
  554. "Goshui Wakashu" (Later Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poetry) and "Kinyo Wakashu" (Kinyo Collection of Japanese Poetry) both has one poem of his in its collection.
  555. "Goso" refers to an act of petition in a firm attitude.
  556. "Goto Egen" (a historical records of Chinese zen masters) (1368)
  557. "Goto Egen" (established in 1253)
  558. "Great Masters of Classical Rakugo/Storytelling at Storytellers' Halls/Storytelling at Entertainment Halls" (the first term/the second term): A set of CDs selected by Sadakichi KAWADO (produced by Geo Corporation)
  559. "Great Prophecy in Muromachi" by Futaro YAMADA (published by Bungeishunju/included in Bunshun Bunko "Muromachi Boys Club," 1995)
  560. "Guard Post" is a government office, which watched out for smuggling at the border to Russia at fifty northern latitude.
  561. "Gukaihogi" (disciplines and precepts), one volume
  562. "Gukansho"
  563. "Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool) also has a description of Shigehira and Sukeko meeting with each other in Hino.
  564. "Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool) clearly pointed out the causal relationship between the killing of Yoriie and the downfall of Kagetoki.
  565. "Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool) denies this and asserts it as a fallacy, but for example "The Tale of the Heike" includes it as one of famous scenes.
  566. "Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool) says "白川殿ウセテ一ノ所ノ家領文書ノ事ナド松殿申サルル旨アリ"
  567. "Gukansho" consists of three parts, each of which has a different character: volumes 1 and 2 chronicle the emperors since Jinmu, volumes 3 to 6 center on the transition of Dori together with the descriptions of history, and volume 7 is a general overview on Dori.
  568. "Gukansho" is a history book written by Jien, a priest of the Tendai sect, in the early Kamakura period.
  569. "Gukansho" tells of the tense relationship between Tameyoshi and Yoshitomo, but if it is true then the relationship between parent and children depicted in the tale would be mostly pure fiction.
  570. "Gukansho," a history book in the Kamakura period, describes this disturbance as the beginning of the 'warrior's world' and a turning point in history.
  571. "Gukansho," by Jien.
  572. "Guketsugetensho"
  573. "Gulliver's Travels," which is considered to be the best work in satirical literature, is composed of fictions throughout whole volumes, but in the novel it is insisted that the novel is based on the experiences of Lemuel Gulliver, an Englishman, a captain and a doctor.
  574. "Gun-en-zu Byobu" (A Troop of Monkeys on a Folding Screen) (important cultural property) Sodo-ji Temple (Shirahama-cho, Wakayama Prefecture)
  575. "Gun-jaku-zu Fusuma" (A Flock of Sparrows on Sliding Doors" (important cultural property) Joju-ji Temple (Koza-cho, Wakayama Prefecture)
  576. "Gundam ten (exhibition) 'GUNDAM - Kitarubeki mirai no tameni (for the upcoming future)-'"
  577. "Gundam ten (exhibition) 'GUNDAM - Kitarubeki mirai no tameni (for the upcoming future)-'" Kyoto International Manga Muserum (Kyoto)
  578. "Gunkan" describes that his father's love shifted to Jiro, and gradually alienating Katsuchiyo.
  579. "Gunsho Kaidai 19," compiled by Zoku-Gunshoruiju Kanseikai, published by Zoku-Gunshoruiju Kanseikai in 1961
  580. "Gunsho Ruiju" is a library of Japanese literature.
  581. "Gunshoruiju twenty-sixth volume," compiled by Hokiichi HANAWA, corrected by Zoku-Gunshoruiju Kanseikai, published by Zoku-Gunshoruiju Kanseikai in 1971
  582. "Gutoku-sho"
  583. "Gutoku-sho" is a treatise written by Shinran on his own religious faith through his master's teaching of the Jodo (Pure Land) sect.
  584. "Gutokusho"
  585. "Gutokusho" (Gutoku's Notes)
  586. "Gyo" refers to rules of Kuriya (a type arrow for Toya) and Yabumi (letter affixed to an arrow).
  587. "Gyo" refers to the ascetic practices of Amida Buddha for the salvation of mankind.
  588. "Gyochukokyo" is a collection of commentaries on the "Kokyo" (Classic of Filial Piety) compiled by Genso (Emperor Xuanzong [Tang]).
  589. "Gyofu" (Fisherwoman)
  590. "Gyoga Manroku" diary wide edition by Iwanami Bunko Publishing
  591. "Gyoko" (Miyuki) is a Japanese term used to refer to the visit of the Emperor.
  592. "Gyokuei" by Tsunemichi ICHIJO
  593. "Gyokuyo Wakashu" (Jeweled Leaves Collection) and "Shokukokin Wakashu" (Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry Continued) each contain one of her poems.
  594. "Gyokuyo wakashu" was compiled in such a way as to prioritize the Jimyo-in line and the Kyogoku faction throughout, treating the Daikakuji line and the Nijo faction almost too coldly, including only a token amount their poems, with no more than 16 even for Tameuji NIJO.
  595. "Gyokuyo" (Diary of Kanezane KUJO) states 'Yoritomo's body held solemn might, whose nature is severe, sagacious in administration and discriminable of right and wrong' (the item of October 9 under the old lunar calendar).
  596. "Gyokuyo" (The Diary of Kanezane KUJO) describes that people of the common classes (the local power) in both Settsu and Kawachi Provinces gave their full cooperation.
  597. "Gyokuyo" is a diary of Kanezane KUJO, who was Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) and Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state).
  598. "Gyokuyo" referred to Tango no tsubone as 'she is only the ruler of the Imperial Court,' but the power of Tango no tsubone was remarkable and is told that she was even compared with Princess Yang Kwei-Fei of Tang dynasty.
  599. "Gyokuyo" stated that this person sent an emissary to Kyoto, and he received the order to search and kill Taira clan from the retired emperor Goshirakawa.
  600. "Gyokuyo," a diary which he continued to write for 40 years, is a well-known primary historical source to learn about the situation back then.
  601. "Gyoshin Hotsugan-kyo" (sutra written by Gyoshin) with an afterword dated September 767, which was completed after his death, is still stored in Horyu-ji Temple.
  602. "Gyunyuya Furanki," however, lacked a part of the original 35 mm film after the release, so that it had been said to be 'a phantom masterpiece.'
  603. "Gyuro-Shukujo" (The Cowherd and the Weaving Girl) is a myth and legend of the People's Republic of China and is believed to be one of the country's folk tales.
  604. "HIKOMA, THE HERO," by Koki MITANI
  605. "HOSOKAWA Grazia" written by Vincenzo Cimatti
  606. "Habutae" (habutae silk in English) is a kind of plain woven cloth with warp and weft yarns alternately interwoven.
  607. "Hachiman Gudokun" (Exegesis of Hachimanshin [God of War] Legends for the Ignorant and Children) described that on November 11, 1274, in the Bunei War, Hachimangu sub-shrine in Tsushima Province bursted into flames, and people were frightened that it would be burned down, but it was an illusion.
  608. "Hachiman Gudokun" is a history of temples and shrines that narrates the miracle and divine virtue of Hachimanshin (Shinto god of War), which is considered to have been compiled in the middle or late Kamakura period.
  609. "Hachiman Matsuri Yomiya no Nigiwai" (Chizimiya Shinsuke)
  610. "Hachiman gudokun," the book describing the history of Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine, reads 'Shikaumi Daimyojin called Azuminoisora.'
  611. "Hachiman matsuri yomiyano nigiwai" is a kabuki play.
  612. "Hagoita Aioi no kyoku" (an acrobatic performance using two hagoita battledores and one temari ball)
  613. "Haha no Ita basho" (Where my mother was) (Chuokoron-shinsha, Inc.)
  614. "Haifu-Yanagidaru" was published every year until 1838, even after the death of Senryu KARAI, coming to 167 issues.
  615. "Haikai Saijiki Shinnen" (Kaizo-sha, 1948)
  616. "Haikkara" is a Japanese word that means airs, persons, and things and so on that suggest westernized appearances and way of life.
  617. "Haiko" carries the meaning of "people of the same generation within a family," typically in the case of brothers.
  618. "Hairo Densen Yobo Ron (The Theory of Prevention for Contagion of Pulmonary Tuberculosis)" written by Georg CORNET, translated by Shokei SHIBATA, published by Maruzen and Nankodo in 1891
  619. "Haji Momiji Ase no Kaomise" (The Man Heavily Sweating Over Myriad Costume Changes) => "Date no juyaku" (A Dandy Playing Ten Roles)
  620. "Haji" in Arabic.
  621. "Hajitomi" (Lattice Shutter), "Yugao" (Evening Faces), "Nonomiya" (Field Palace), "Sumiyoshimode" (Visit to Sumiyoshi Shrine), "Ochiba" (Fallen Leaves), "Genji Kuyo" (Buddhist ceremonies for Murasaki Shikibu's souls), "Matsukaze (Noh)" (Wind in the Pines)
  622. "Hakai" (The Broken Commandment) is a full-length novel by Toson SHIMAZAKI.
  623. "Hakaishiso to Kyujisaku" (Destructionism and Remedy) Hakubunkan, 1911
  624. "Hakkenden" has influenced creative activities in various genres including popular literature, drama, comics and animation, and has been adapted many times.
  625. "Hakkenden" is a leading gesaku during the Edo period and has such a great influence on popular culture, but it has not been treated as a major subject of literary study for a long time due to the low literary evaluation of Yomihon during the Edo period.
  626. "Hakkenden" is currently more famous, but film adaptation of "Hakkenden" partially diverts to it, and the series of doll play "Shin Hakkenden" (The new story of eight dog samurai) borrowed the setting and the main characters of "Yumihari zuki" (a crescent moon).
  627. "Hakkenden" is known overseas through spin-off works such as the movie "Satomi Hakkenden" in 1983 and an animation "THE Hakkenden."
  628. "Hakkenden" is most strongly influenced by "Suikoden" (The Water Margin).
  629. "Hakkenden" is most strongly influenced by "Suikoden."
  630. "Hako" is considered as a round box made with bamboo and hakohe, who was Zakko (special technicians), produced wooden product and bamboo product.
  631. "Hakuin Osho Zenshu" (Complete Works of Priest Hakuin) complete in eight volumes, published by Ryuginsha in 1935.
  632. "Hakuin Zenji Hogo Zenshu" (Complete Collection of Buddhist Sermons by Hakuin Zenji, Master of Zen Buddhism) complete in 14 volumes with a separate-volume supplement "Full Index", published by The Institute for Zen Studies of Hanazono University.
  633. "Hakun-ji Engi" (Legend of Hakun-ji Temple) quoted in "Yamashiro Meisho Shi" (Annals of Yamashiro's picturesque sites) says the following of Atago Gongen's origin.
  634. "Hakurakuten shikan" (Hakushi shikan) (national treasure) is stored among the collection of Tokyo National Museum.
  635. "Hamamatsujo ki" (Records in Hamamatsu-jo Castle)
  636. "Han Taikoki - Mitsuhide Haoden" by Sakujin KIRINO Gakushu Kenkyu Sha 1995
  637. "Han's Crime"
  638. "Han-Noh" is a style of "Nohgaku" that a play is performed with largely shortened "Maeba" (the first half of the drama), focusing on "Nochiba", (the second half of the drama) for "Tsukeshugen" (a short celebratory Noh play).
  639. "Hana no Ran," NHK period drama, April to December, 1994, Yoshimasa played by Takuto NISHITANI, Ebizo ICHIKAWA (11th) and Danjuro ICHIKAWA (12th).
  640. "Hana no Shogai Ii Tairo to Sakuradamon (A Flamboyant Life, Ii Tairo and Sakurada-mon Gate)" (1988, TV Tokyo 12-hour Super Wide Drama, Yoshinobu performed by Ikuo KOKUBUN)
  641. "Hana no ran" (A Chaos of Flowers) (1988, Toei Kyoto Movie Studios, directed by Kinji FUKASAKU) is a film on the life of Akiko Yosano.
  642. "Hana to Hi no Mikado" (Emperor of A Flower and Fire) written by Keiichiro RYU, Kodansha Bunko Vol. 1 ISBN 406185495X, Vol. 2 ISBN 4061854968
  643. "Hanabusa Bunshin Soga"
  644. "Hanabusa Soshi" and "Shigeshige Yawa," written by Teisho TSUGA, influenced the work.
  645. "Hanabusa zoshi" by Teisho TSUGA
  646. "Hanakago-mari no kyoku" (an acrobatic performance using flower baskets and temari balls)
  647. "Hanayakata Aigo no Sakura"
  648. "Hanayorimo Hananogotoku" (More Flower-like Than Flowers) is a manga about Noh (traditional masked dance-drama) by Minako NARITA.
  649. "Hanayorimo Hananogotoku" is a spin-off work featuring Norito SAKAKIBARA (his real name is 'Norito,' but he is usually referred to as 'Kento' in the work) as a main character who is a Nohgakushi (a Noh actor) and the older brother of Saimon SAKAKIBARA who appeared in the same author's previous manga "NATURAL."
  650. "Handen Shuju-no-ho" (the law of periodic reallocations of rice land) was a legal system related to provision and expropriation of agricultural land (rice land), enforced in ancient Japan.
  651. "Handing down" in this case does not mean to teach a specific skill but to give the right to perform.
  652. "Hangaku let her hair down in the manner of a pageboy and wore a breastplate ('Haramaki' in Japanese, which was a part of armor), stayed up on the turret so that she could shoot down every enemy warrior of the besiegers."
  653. "Hangaku plotted strategies on the day of battle."
  654. "Hangaku's arrows never failed to kill the target enemies."
  655. "Hangyaku" by Shusaku ENDO Kodansha 1991 (Paperback)
  656. "Haniwa" is an unglazed clay artifact arranged around the mounded tomb, and at first, non-figurative cylindrical haniwa appeared, and before long, bird-shaped haniwa appeared, and then, animal-shaped haniwa (other than bird-shaped ones), and human-shaped haniwa followed that.
  657. "Hanjo" came from Ban Jie Yu of China.
  658. "Hanjo" is a Noh play, which is reportedly created by Zeami.
  659. "Hanju-san (Ekangyo Tomyo Hanju Zanmai Gyodo Ojosan)"
  660. "Hannya Shingyo Sutra," which is widely used in other sects, is not used in Jodo Shinshu Sect, because its teachings of self-attainment through its own exercises is inconsistent with the teaching of Jodo Shinshu Sect that emphasizes salvation through the benevolence of Amida Buddha.
  661. "Hannyashin-gyo Hiken" was a commentary on "Hannya Shingyo" (the Wisdom Sutras) and was written by Kukai around 818.
  662. "Hanseong Chubo" was the first newspaper written in an eclectic style using Chinese characters and Hangeul.
  663. "Hanseong Sunbo" (issued once every 10 days), which ceased its publication for a while due to the Gapsin Coup, restarted to be issued as the "Hanseong Chubo" (Hanseong Weekly Bulletins) (issued weekly) in 1886 and Inoue was employed again as the editorial supervisor.
  664. "Hanseong Sunbo" was the first modern newspaper in Korea and all the text was written in pure classical Chinese when it was launched.
  665. "Hanzei"means that the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) gave the power of collection of half of the customs or taxes on production from manors and lands under the control of the feudal government to the provincial constables.
  666. "Happo-buri" (the techniques swinging naginata in eight directions)
  667. "Harada's wife would always had a cheerful expression."
  668. "Haradashi": a retainer of KIYOHARA no Takehira
  669. "Harakomeshi" in Watari
  670. "Haresuke-ko Ki" by Haresuke KAJUJI
  671. "Haretomi Sukune Ki" by Haretomi MIBU
  672. "Haretoyo-koki" that had been handed down had missing pages from May to September in 1582, but in 1968 Yoshihiko IWASAWA released "The Record of Summer in 1582" he found in Naikaku-bunko (literally, "Library of the Cabinet," National Archives of Japan now) which was a fragment of "Haretoyo-koki."
  673. "Hari-gire (Fragment of the Hari Edition of the Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poems)", "Koyorigire (Fragment of the Koyori Edition of the Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poems)", etc.
  674. "Hari-gire" (attributed to FUJIWARA no Yukinari)
  675. "Harima Kagami" (History of Harima Province), written by Yoshu HIRANO during the middle of the Edo period, lists much information on Musashi and Iori, however, it doesn't mention that Musashi was from the Tabaru family.
  676. "Harima Muro-mojin Shinji Toka no Yujo Gyoretsu zu" (Procession of Prostitutes Singing Boatman's Songs in a Shinto Ritual of Muro-myojin Shrine in Harima Province) - property of Himeji City Museum of Art
  677. "Harimabesshoki"
  678. "Haru no Hi" (Spring Days) is a haikai collection.
  679. "Haru no kane" (temple bells in spring) by Masaaki TACHIHARA: as 'Okuyamaso' (an inn in a remote mountain)
  680. "Haruka naru toki no naka de (Beyond the stream of time)"
  681. "Harukanaru jiku no nakade series" (Koei)
  682. "Haruma Wage" (Halma Explained in Japanese) - joined as a compiler.
  683. "Hasegawa" for Kazuo HASEGAWA who had returned his myoseki 'Chojiro HAYASHI' and yago 'Narikoma-ya' when he had left Shochiku Movie Studio (in the procedure, myoseki is returned to the society formed of the people sharing the same yago).
  684. "Hashimoto-Higashi Yamamoto" bus stop is situated within the residential area, about 10 minutes away in the walking distance from the train station, Hashimoto Station of the Keihan Main Line (Kyoto Prefecture).
  685. "Hashiri" means "forerunner" and "hashiri tsuyu" is also understood as a rain continues in advance of baiu.
  686. "Hassennin zu (Drawing of 8 mountain wizards)" in 1802, Seikado Bunko Art Museum
  687. "Hasshin-den" is the temple where the eight gods protecting the Emperor are enshrined, built under the ritsuryo system in Japan, in the sai-in (western quarter) of the Department of Worship.
  688. "Hatake Ine" (Dry land rice)
  689. "Hato zu Byobu" (Folding Screen of Waves) - property of Seikado Bunko Art Museum
  690. "Hatsumotoyui Toshi Soga"
  691. "Hatsuuri" as local events
  692. "Hatsuuri" means that retailers start business for the first time in the new year.
  693. "Haya" was used as a prefix to nouns to show emphasis in ancient Japanese.
  694. "Hayashi no koto" (Musical Accompaniment)
  695. "He also inherited two spears."
  696. "He composed few poems, so it is hard to know about him through his poems."
  697. "He continues eastward in this way until he has finished dropping all the particles."
  698. "He is also known for his bravery, and everyone recognizes him as a person to be the emperor."
  699. "He is what one calls Ikkitosen (one who can fight against a thousand men) soldier".
  700. "He ruled Izu Province and lived in Oshima Island, and during the Eisho and Taiei eras, he lived in Bushu and served the Hojo clan of Odawara, receiving a letter of commendation for his distinguished war service in the eleventh month of the seventh year of the Eiroku era."
  701. "He wanted to set up a stone lantern for his daughter, but he did not have money."
  702. "Heart of Great Perfect Wisdom Sutra (Hannya Shingyo)"
  703. "Heart of Great Perfect Wisdom Sutra (Hannya Shingyo, Praj??-p?ramit?-h?daya in Sanskrit)" is one of the Buddhist sutras that preaches the Ku (Buddhism) of Mahayana Buddhism and Prajna thought.
  704. "Heart of Tea to the World" (Japan Broadcast Publishing Co., Ltd.)
  705. "Heaven and Earth" (NHK Taiga Drama, 1969. Cast: Kanemon NAKAMURA (III))
  706. "Heaven and Earth" NHK Taiga Drama (1969, NHK Taiga Drama - the leading actor was Shun OIDE)
  707. "Heian Dokokai" (Heian Calligraphy Club) was established (by Kyozan YAMAMOTO).
  708. "Heianmeika Inpu" (1861)
  709. "Heianzokoinpu"
  710. "Heihan-ki" states that he was executed along with his five sons at Mt. Funaoka-yama in the north of Heiankyo.
  711. "Heihanki" (Diary of TAIRA no Nobunori) by TAIRA no Nobunori
  712. "Heihei Bonbon Shijuin"
  713. "Heiho Taiso Bushu Genshin-ko Denrai" quotes the complete inscription of "Kokura Hibun," so presumably, the writer, Minehira TACHIBANA based on "Kokura Hibun" and added other legends to it to develop the story.
  714. "Heiji Monogatari" (The Tale of Heiji) - Chapter 14, Volume 1: Minamoto family musters its forces (explanation).
  715. "Heiji Monogatari" (The Tale of Heiji) - Chapter 3, Volume 2: the Battle of Rokuhara (original text).
  716. "Heiji Monogatari" - Chapter 1, Volume 3: Konomaru travels from Owari (Commentary)
  717. "Heiji Monogatari" - Chapter 4, Volume 2: Yoshitomo's Defeat (Commentary)
  718. "Heiji Monogatari" is a war chronicle concerning the Heiji War.
  719. "Heiji monogatari" (The tale of the Heiji) says he 'looked older than his real age,' and "Genpei Seisui ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans) says his 'big face and appearance is beautiful.'
  720. "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike) says that at the time of Prince Mochihito's rebellion in May 1180, the youngest brother MINAMOTO no Yukiie went to Yoshihiro after delivering Prince Mochihito's call to arms to his nephew MINAMOTO no Yoritomo.
  721. "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike) tells about NAKAHARA no Yasusada who faced Yoritomo in September 1183 (August 1183 under the old lunar calendar) in Kamakura as follows.
  722. "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike), a war chronicle.
  723. "Heike Monogatari" also writes that Yoshitsune started to attack the camp of Moritoshi who was guarding the Hiyodorigoe side on the hilly section of the city in the northern direction of the Ichinotani region.
  724. "Heike Monogatari" and a geographical document about Settsu Province "Settsu-meisho-zue" (a book introducing noted places in Settsu) describe that Nue was killed in the following way:
  725. "Heike Monogatari" describes Hideto as the strongest warrior in Kyushu, which includes a story that Hideto fought bravely in the naval battle of Dan no ura as the Daishogun (command in chief) of the Taira clan by leading warships.
  726. "Heike Monogatari" is a war chronicle which deals with the prosperity and downfall of the Taira family, and seems to have been completed during the Kamakura period.
  727. "Heike Nokyo" is a general term representing the Buddhist scriptures donated to Itsukushima-jinja Shrine by Heike (Taira family [the same character is read Hei or Taira depending on the context]) with prayer for prosperity of the greater Taira family including Ise-Heishi.
  728. "Heike Nyogo ga Shima" (The Heike and the Island of Women) in 1719
  729. "Heike Nyogo no Shima" (Suzaku Palace Which Tokiwa Gozen Pulled Young Men in), Section 2, "Toba no Tsukurimichi no ba" (Scene That the Road to Return to Kyoto Was Opened), plus Section 2, "Kiri, Kikaigashima no ba" (the climax, Scene of Kikaiga-shima Island) => "Shunkan"
  730. "Heike monogatari" (The Tale of the Heike) also depicts how temple buildings and their Buddha statues collapsed by merciless fire spreading widely due to a strong wind, and how people died screaming and crying in flames.
  731. "Heike nyogo no shima" (The Heike and the Island of Women) is ningyo joruri (traditional Japanese puppet theater) created by Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU.
  732. "Heike-nokyo" was dedicated to Itsukushima-jinja Shrine in Aki Province by TAIRA no Kiyomori and TAIRA no Shigemori in 1164, wishing the Taira clan for their prosperity, and it consisted of 33 scrolls of decorative sutras.
  733. "Heizei-gojo" is a Buddhist term of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism (the True Pure Land Buddhism,) which means that any person must complete preparation for rebirth in heaven while he is still alive.
  734. "Hekiganroku" (Pi-yen-lu: The Blue Cliff Record)
  735. "Hekija-e" (Exorcist Scroll) possessed by Nara National Museum is the emakimono created in the latter half of the 12th century, and oni was suffering instead of a sinner in the emakimono.
  736. "Hekizan Nichiroku" by Taikyoku
  737. "Hekoobi" (meaning "an undress belt") in Kyushu dialect is a word derived from "henoko" (meaning "penis").
  738. "Henjo Nanshi"
  739. "Henkai Hosai"(遍界芳彩) (1969): a collection of Saiho-ji Temple (Koke-dera Temple) Sairai-do Hall.
  740. "Henkyo" (Remote Region)
  741. "Hennentai" is one of descriptive methods of history, whereby historical affairs are described in chronological order.
  742. "Henohenomoheji" face-like pictographs are created by playing around with and arranging seven hiragana phonetic syllables to form the caricature of a human face as a picture (letter picture).
  743. "Here Harada, his wife, and their four children lived in cozy intimacy."
  744. "Here Yoshitomi's uncle Rokuro MUTSU Yoshitaka is together with Mori, possibly in Sagami.
  745. "Hi-no " literally means that the god is a god of fire.
  746. "Hibari ni Harukusa zu" (Larks and Spring Plants) - property of Himeji City Museum of Art, around 1817
  747. "Hibi no oshie"
  748. "Hidamari no ki" by Osamu TEZUKA
  749. "Hidemasa deeply regretted the fall of Nobunaga's posterity and worried about conspiracy, so he always served a secret agent role."
  750. "Hidemasa was a talented person, Hideyoshi loved his talent and thought to give Kanhasshu (the Eight Provinces of the Kanto region) to him, but it is regrettable that Hidemasa died at the battle."
  751. "Hidemasa was the supreme commander of yugun (flying squads) and a lot of daimyo followed him."
  752. "Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI -Unifier of a Country-" (created by TV Tokyo Corp., 1995. Cast: Tetsu WATANABE)
  753. "Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI: Seize the World" (1995, TV Tokyo Special 12 Hour Miniseries (which later became Spring Historical Play) - the leading actor was Renji ISHIBASHI)
  754. "Hideyoshi and Rikyu" (written by Yaeko NOGAMI)
  755. "Hideyoshi" (1996, portrayed by Keina SHIMIZU, then Eriko TAMURA)
  756. "Hideyoshi" (NHK Taiga Drama, 1996. Cast: Ryunosuke KANEDA)
  757. "Hideyoshi" NHK Taiga Drama (1966, NHK Taiga Drama - the leading actor was Koji TAMAKI)
  758. "Higanbana" won his third Arts Festival Education Minister's Award and he was awarded the Medal with Purple Ribbon Award for his achievements.
  759. "Higashiyama" means the mountains that can be viewed in the east from the central Kyoto, not a name of specific mountain range.
  760. "Higashiyama-dono Oniwa" (Higashiyama-dono garden) by Ken ASAMATSU, Igyo Collection, volume 29, "Kuroi Yuenchi" (black amusement park), Kobunsha, 2002.
  761. "High priest wasan"
  762. "Higurashi no naku koro ni (When Cicadas Cry)"
  763. "Hihannikki" (February 1897)
  764. "Hijiri" (A Japanese Buddhist Priest Who Traveled Around Local Provinces)
  765. "Hijiri" refers to a Japanese Buddhist priest who traveled around local provinces.
  766. "Hikaru (a shining prince)" is not a posthumous name but a nickname.
  767. "Hikihitomai" is a kind of "sarugaku" (form of theatre popular in Japan during the 11th to 14th centuries).
  768. "Hikime-no-Gi" (Hikime ceremony) in the Ogasawara school has been conducted until the present day, and it takes place in Shimogamo-jinja Shrine, Sumiyoshitaisha Shrine, and in the opening ceremony of Ichibu kyudo taikai (Japanese archery tournament).
  769. "Hikobae" (Essays on Study of Historical Artifacts of Nobutomo BAN)
  770. "Hikoyama Shinkei Zu" in 1815, Tokyo National Museum
  771. "Hikoza to Kyuma" became the last movie shot in the studio.
  772. "Himorogi" delineates a forest or stand of trees in which a god lives hidden; it can also refer to the borders of hallowed ground, or to the border with the Tokoyo (spirit realm).
  773. "Hinotori (the Phoenix): Turbulent Times" (cartoon) by Osamu TEZUKA depicts Morito ENDO and Mongaku as different persons.
  774. "Hisetsu Shirasagi zu" (commonly called Ashi ni Shirasagi zu [Reeds and Egrets]) - property of Yamatane Museum of Art
  775. "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto" is a collective term of the temples in Kyoto City and Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture and Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  776. "Historical Records of OMURA Masujiro" by Noboru UCHIDA, Matsuno Shoten, 2000
  777. "History of Chinese Historical Study," in two volumes and "A Study on the Qing Dynasty History" (Heibonsha, Toyo bunko, published from 1992 through 1993)
  778. "History of Japan" written by Luis Frois depicts Mitsuhide as a person who "likes betrayal and secret assignation... pronounces atrocious punishments... is extremely patient... skillful in schemes and tactics... excellent in building castles... uses experienced soldiers successfully," and so on.
  779. "History of Koka County, Shiga Prefecture" mentions that 'Kazuuji NAKAMURA, a child of Yaheiji Kazumasa, first called himself as Magoheiji TAKI and changed the name to Nakamura Shikibu shoyu (Junior Assistant of the Ministry of Ceremonial). He was a person of Taki Village.'
  780. "History of Rikken seiyukai," which was completed in1943 after the party was dissolved, described Nakajima as the eighth official president because the reformists took control of the official publication of the party and the editorial department of the party history after the second split.
  781. "History of the Later Han Dynasty" (the period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties, established in 432) describes that Wano Nano Kokuo (the King of Japan) received Kanno Wano Nano Kokuo Kinin (the Golden Seal of the King of Japan, Chinese Colony) from Kobu-tei (Emperor Guangwu) of The Later Han Dynasty in 57.
  782. "Hitomaro engu (a poetic ceremony to enshrine the poetic sage KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro)"
  783. "Hitotsu-guruma" (an oxcart on one wheel) in Nagano Prefecture
  784. "Hizakurige" means foot travelers who use their own legs instead of horses.
  785. "Hizohoyaku" briefly describes the content of "Jujushinron."
  786. "Ho" refers to Honganriki (power of the original vow) of Amida Buddha, who saves the mankind (amidabutsu).
  787. "Hoetsu no Ikkyo" edited by Soten UCHIDA (Kobundo, 1920)
  788. "Hogen Monogatari" (The Tale of the Hogen War) depicts the fierce fighting of the aged veteran Kageshige.
  789. "Hogen Monogatari" (The Tale of the Hogen War) describes that, when the Retired Emperor left Ninna-ji Temple to go into exile after losing the battle, he used Yasunari's cart.
  790. "Hogen Monogatari" has many different lines of text, and the book exists in three-volume and two-volume versions.
  791. "Hogen Monogatari" is a military chronicle based on the Hogen Disturbance.
  792. "Hogen Monogatari" is a war tale based on the Hogen Disturbance, but since it is a tale there are aspects of fiction and divergence from the historical facts.
  793. "Hogen Monogatari" is a war tale that describes the Hogen Disturbance.
  794. "Hogoura no sho" (volume 1 to 3)
  795. "Hoi" (Direction) (Shunjusha, 1967)
  796. "Hojisan (Tengyogyodogan Ojo Jodo Hojisan)"
  797. "Hojo Godaiki" states that the production of guns started from the Kanto region.
  798. "Hojoki" (An Account of My Hut) by KAMO no Chomei, "Tsurezure gusa" (Essays in Idleness) by Kenko YOSHIDA and this book are called Japan's three most famous books on history and caricature.
  799. "Hojoki" author, KAMO no Chomei lived in Hino and it is also the birthplace of Shinran.
  800. "Hojoki," written by KAMO no Chomei, is a representative essay in the history of medieval Japanese literature.
  801. "Hokan Henbunrui"
  802. "Hoketsutentai idoka"
  803. "Hokkai bunshu" (Hokkai anthology in 12 volumes)
  804. "Hokkai shishu" (Collected poems of Hokkai in seven volumes)
  805. "Hokke Gisho" (Commentary on the Lotus Sutra) of the Sangyo Gisho in Shotoku Taishi's own handwriting is kept as an important property and the oldest existing handwritten document, which is also regarded as an important text in the history of calligraphy.
  806. "Hokke kanjin" (the main point of the Lotus Sutra) 2 volumes
  807. "Hokke-shuku" (The Outstanding Principles of the Lotus Sutra) 5 volumes
  808. "Hokkegonbun" 1 volume
  809. "Hokotakusetsu" (1780) (obiter dictum of proofreading "Kokijiten")
  810. "Hokumen no bushi" were samurai who served the retired emperor, standing by as the gero (servant) on the north side of the in (imperial palace of the retired emperor), and guarding or accompanying the retired emperor when he made trips outside..
  811. "Hokuriku Chotei" (The Imperial Court In The Hokuriku Region)
  812. "Hokuriku Chotei" refers to the Imperial Court that is deemed to have existed during the period of Northern and Southern Courts in the present Hokuriku Region, which was backed up - and was claimed to have legitimacy - by warlords taking the side of the Southern Court.
  813. "Hokusai Manga" is a book of sketches issued by Hokusai KATSUSHIKA as examples of paintings.
  814. "Hokuzansho" and "Ritoshinan" (summary of duty of regional officer) describe Kokasadame (job performance review of regional officer) during his service as Totomi no kami (the Governor of Totomi Province).
  815. "Hokyozanmai Sutra"
  816. "Home Festival," Jinja Shimposha, 1974
  817. "Homura Tatsu (Flame Blazing Up)" (1993, NHK Taiga Historical Drama, broadcast from July 1993 to March 1994); played by Hiroshi KUROKI
  818. "Homura Tatsu (Flame Blazing Up)," an NHK Taiga historical drama (NHK Taiga Historical Drama, 1993, aired from July 1993 to March 1994; played by Kojiro HONGO
  819. "Homura tatsu (Standing Flame) (NHK Taiga drama series)"(1993, NHK Taiga dram series from July 1993 - March 1994, portrayed by Yosuke SAITO).
  820. "Hon no Hanashi" (Tales about Books) 1930
  821. "Hon no naka no Sekai (World in a book)" (Iwanami Shinsho, ISBN 4004150906)
  822. "Hon" illustrates the honbon of ichinen misho (thoughts yet to be met).
  823. "Honami-gire" (attributed to ONO no Michikaze)
  824. "Honbutsu" means the Primordial Buddha among numerous Buddha (Nyorai.)
  825. "Honcho Bugei Shoden" (Short Stories of Japanese Masters of Martial Arts), written by Shigetaka HINATSU in 1716, lists many anecdotes of swordsmen including two versions of drawn games between Musashi and the Yoshioka.
  826. "Honcho Bugei Shoden" (a survey of traditional Japanese martial arts) regards Iekiyo as the originator of the Yamashina school.
  827. "Honcho Jinja Ko" (a study of Japanese shrine)
  828. "Honcho Jinja Ko" (a study of Japanese shrine) is a book authored by Razan HAYASHI.
  829. "Honcho Niju Fuko" (Saikaku IHARA) Chapter one of the second volume
  830. "Honcho hassen shu" 1726
  831. "Honcho koin jounroku" (the emperor's family tree, made in the Muromachi period) has recorded that her mother was the Imperial Princess Inoe, but this is inaccurate information).
  832. "Honcho seiki" is a history book compiled by Shinzei Nyudo (FUJIWARA no Michinori) under orders from Retired Emperor Toba.
  833. "Honcho suikoden" by Ayatari TAKEBE
  834. "Honcho-gashi," written by Sansetsu's son Eino KANO, is known as a basic historical source in Japanese painting history and was completed by Eino by adding work to Sansetsu's draft.
  835. "Honchogashi" (Japanese painting history and theory)
  836. "Honchorigen" suggests another etymology in its description that 'the reason lefties are generally called "giccho" is in the Chinese character "左義長" (Sagicho (ritual bonfire of New Year's decorations)), which also means people who mainly use the left hand.'
  837. "Honchoshojaku mokuroku" (the oldest list of Japanese books in existence written during the Kamakura period) states that the note was in one volume, but the original doesn't exist.
  838. "Honen Shonin Eden" of both Chionin Temple in Kyoto and Okuin of Taima-dera Temples in Nara (deepest located temple house of Taima-dera Temple) have the largest number of scrolls of an emakimono work, namely 'forty-eight,' which number is compared to 'forty-eight vows' of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata).
  839. "Hongan" (the legal address of the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code)) of Morogami existed in Kawachi Province, but in 796, it was transferred to Ukyo (in Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto)).
  840. "Hongan-ji Shonin Dene" (first version) was lost.
  841. "Honmatsu seido," a system intended to control the Buddhist organizations, was established by the Tokugawa shogunate during the Edo period.
  842. "Honno-ji gire" (national treasure) is stored among the collection of Honno-ji Temple.
  843. "Hontegaeshi" technique (the way to turn over sushi)
  844. "Hope this merit equally gives the aspiration for Buddhahood and leads to heaven"
  845. "Hope this merit influences widely to mankind to attain Buddhism together"
  846. "Horai-gire" (attributed to FUJIWARA no Yukinari)
  847. "Horei" (sanding to cool) or "karashi" means to leave white rice after polishing, sake mash after wake and koji after koji delivery as they are until using in the next stage.
  848. "Horinouchi" is written in various ways using Chinese character, such as "堀之内," "堀の内," "堀ノ内" and "堀内."
  849. "Horyakukanki" describes that Takatoki was in poor health and "Kanazawa Library Ancient Documents" describes personality of Takatoki seen by his family.
  850. "Horyakukanki" is a history book which was completed during the Japanese middle ages, the Northern and Southern Dynasties period.
  851. "Horyu-ji Shizai Cho" (note of materials [assets] of Horyu-ji Temple) in 747 doesn't have any description about the murals of the Kondo.
  852. "Hosei Keizai Taii" (The Outline of Law System and Economics) (the volume of law system and the volume of economics) Kinkodoshoseki, 1899
  853. "Hosha no gi" (literally, an arrow-shooting ritual) is performed by shooting hamaya (ritual arrows to drive away devils).
  854. "Hoshi" (Hassu) refers to a successor of his/her master's teachings.
  855. "Hoshigoi" (Five Young Black-Crowned Herons as Stars) (1958, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo)
  856. "Hoshitsushu" (a collection of Iida Takesato's poems, essays and travelogues) (1359)
  857. "Hosokawa Kiyouji and Hosokawa Yoriyuki" by Nobuo INOKUMA, 1959, published by Kamata Kousaikai
  858. "Hosokawa Sansai Tea Book" and "Teiyoshu" are the sources of this episode.
  859. "Hosokawa Yoriyuki" by Makoto OGAWA, featured in Jinbutsu Sosho ISBN 4642051759 Yoshikawa Kobunkan, Inc., 1972
  860. "Hosokawa Yoriyuki-hoden" (Supplementary Book on Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA) by Junjiro HOSOKAWA, 1891
  861. "Hosokawa Yoriyuki-ki" (Tale of Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA), there are some credibility issues concerning the contents of this documents.
  862. "Hosso-ryogi-to" 11 volumes
  863. "Hotaru no Hikari" (Glow of a Firefly)
  864. "Hoto" is a Buddhist pagoda composed of a cylindrical or octagonal toshin (the body of a pagoda,) with a square-shaped roof on it, and sorin (a metal pinnacle placed on the top of a pagoda).
  865. "Hotsumatsutae" describes Hiruko (Hiruko hime), the first-born daughter of Takahito and Isako, as having named herself Shitateruhime after she married as a sister deity of Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess).
  866. "Houhan Shu"
  867. "Hounsho" is a collection of his essays continued for four years, which started by posting his impression of a trip to Nara on a spring holiday in April 1924 to Gakushuin Hojinkai Magazine with a title of 'From Nara.'
  868. "House work and hygiene" written by Hiizu MIYAKE, Kiyoko HAMATAKE, and others, Dainihon jyogakukai, in 1901
  869. "How to Make Home-Made Sushi" written in 1910 by Seizaburo KOIZUMI who was a descendent of Yohe HANAYA already introduced peppered Maki-zushi using ham (or cold meat) as a filling, and Edomae-zushi (Haya-zushi) had an aptitude for accepting various kinds of foodstuffs.
  870. "How to breed autumn silkworm"
  871. "How to have a good sleep" written by Hiizu MIYAKE, Kobundo, 1912
  872. "However, Kasahara no Ataiomi allied with the Yamato Court and defeated Ogi (Musashi-kuninomiyatsuko War)."
  873. "However, looking around the world of human beings, we can see the wise, the fool, the poor, the rich, the noble, and the common, and find differences between them, they are as different as cloud and mud."
  874. "However, the Taira military forces had twenty thousand cavalrymen."
  875. "Hoyo Iinpu Nikan"
  876. "Hoyo Iko"
  877. "Hoyosho" says kakushi nenbutsu inherits orthodox teachings from Shinran via Rennyo.
  878. "Hozan" in the title of the book is the Katsuragi mountain ranges (Mt. Nijo, Mt. Iwahashi, Mt. Yamato Katsuragi, Mt. Kongo, etc.) running north and south around the border between Osaka and Nara prefectures.
  879. "Huangshan Mountains in Morning Mist," a wall painting drawn by the Japanese-style painter Kaii HIGASHIYAMA, was painted in memory of Jianzhen.
  880. "Hyakuju Sentai Gaoranger (Gao Ranger Fighters of All Beasts Squadron)"
  881. "Hyakumi Onjiki" in Kakissai Festival of Tanzan-jinja Shrine, Tonomine, Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture
  882. "Hyakunin Isshu" is used in many ways except for reading as a collection of poetry.
  883. "Hyakuren-sho" (a history book of Japan in the Kamakura period)
  884. "Hyakuren-sho," which was also compiled later as well as "Azuma Kagami," contains an account saying that 'an Imperial order to send a punitive force against Yoshinaka was issued.'
  885. "Hybrid Culture" (1956), and so on.
  886. "Hybrid Culture" by Shuichi KATO, 1956
  887. "Hyo" is a report to the throne, and in particular refers to a letter of resignation.
  888. "Hyosoku Tan""Nippon Zuihitsu Taisei" (A Big Collection of Japanese Essays), 1st issue, volume 11Yoshikawa Kobunkan Inc.
  889. "I am a samurai and not a sumo wrestler."
  890. "I am afraid of the world to which you will go."
  891. "I am fighting upon the host's request."
  892. "I am leaving for Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly the Kanto region) now, so I leave everything to you," and he left.
  893. "I can accept transgression."
  894. "I don't mind what others say, if they cannot understand my intention. I don't want life nor honor," from the 15th chapter of the sixth volume of Shinsho Taikoki," Mitsuhide AKECHI returning to Sakamoto."
  895. "I have a request to make to you.
  896. "I have been tormented by my burning love for you.
  897. "I have never gone through troubles of this extent in the past."
  898. "I have never thought that having read those Chinese classic books in my childhood was useless.
  899. "I have no intention to stand against the Monk-Emperor", Yoshinaka conducted himself properly.
  900. "I have taken part in a lot of wars and killed enemies until now, but I have never killed nor tortured people without a good reason."
  901. "I heard Murasame is there, but this morning I can find only Matsukaze (also means wind in pines), I can find only Matsukaze" (tome-hyoshi [closing stamps] by Waki)."
  902. "I knew that the Mitsu-aoi is your family crest, but according to the festive custom, present it to me."
  903. "I make a sound when I clap both my hands."
  904. "I met Ryoma. He is a great man; he has extraordinary ideas." by Toyomichi HIGASHIKUZE (immediately before Satsuma-Choshu Alliance)
  905. "I only need a pilot light for this matchlock gun."
  906. "I reapplied for the tests, but my request was rejected again."
  907. "I remember my grandfather wore a chonmage (a topknot) on his head and walked around wearing nothing but the fundoshi loincloth in the summer season.
  908. "I remember my sweetheart call my name again and again. I wish I would go back those days."
  909. "I want to possess and kill a woman I envy."
  910. "I was especially impressed by the fact that before the move to Kanagawa, she spent an entire day in Koyasu, with the youngest child on her back, in search of a house."
  911. "I was so surprised and impressed by the "teppo" that I purchased one, and then took it back to the Kanto region and presented it to our lord, Ujitsuna HOJO."
  912. "I was with Yoshu as he left Kyoto to head for the western part of Japan, and together we arrived at Daimotsuhama.
  913. "I will go and negotiate with Ieyasu directly in order to make him keep his promise."
  914. "I will make it hit you wherever you wish," he said, and then nocked another arrow.
  915. "I will place a seal on the ogress' arm by chanting the Ninnogyo (Sutra of Benevolent Kings)."
  916. "I will probably not go through troubles of this extent in the future."
  917. "I will take you home."
  918. "I wore a blue kimono, blue momohiki (long underpants), blue fundoshi loincloth, blue belt, and straw sandals---and I wore 'amigasa' (a braided hat) for the first time in my life.
  919. "I would like you to stop being away overnight.
  920. "I" (移)
  921. "I" (移) is a form of official documents under the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code), to be exchanged between government officials when there are no hierarchical relationships between them.
  922. "I" (移) was limited to exchange of official documents among government officials, and it is believed that all the documents in a form of "I" (移) were destroyed after the storage period expired.
  923. "I'm committing hara-kiri, so please hold the enemy in check for the time being."
  924. "I'm deeply impressed and am extremely satisfied with the effort of delivering a correspondence in sending an envoy from a faraway distance place and also its kindness."
  925. "I-do" (The Medical Service Under The Japanese Ritsuryo System)
  926. "I-do" refers to the medical service under the Japanese "Ritsuryo system" (system of centralized regime based on the ritsuryo code), or the education of the youth to make them offer services.
  927. "IKI no Hakatoko no Sho"
  928. "IKI no Hakatoko no Sho" was recorded by IKI no Muraji Hakatoko and there is a viewpoint that it was written in 12 years before the Emperor Tenmu era or from 690 to 695.
  929. "Ichiaku no suna" is the first collection of poetic works produced by Takuboku ISHIKAWA.
  930. "Ichidai Kazoku Ron"(the life-peer theory), written by Count Taisuke ITAGAKI, published by Shakaiseisakusha, 1912
  931. "Ichidaiyoki" - 619, 622
  932. "Ichigaku SHIMIZU"
  933. "Ichigu" (One Corner) (Shunjusha, 1977)
  934. "Ichijiturokujikokisshosodo Inpu" (1901)
  935. "Ichijo Modoribashi" is a bridge on Ichijo-dori Street over the Hori-kawa River located in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  936. "Ichijo Sessho Shu"
  937. "Ichiju-issai" is one of the menu compositions of meals in Japan.
  938. "Ichimai-kishomon" (His will)
  939. "Ichinen Tanen Mon'i"
  940. "Ichinen tanen shomon" (notes on one-thought and many thoughts)
  941. "Ichinentanen-moni"
  942. "Ichinomiya" (lit. first shrine) may refer to
  943. "Ichiu Monsho" (essay written in Ichiuan)
  944. "Ichiu Shige" (poems made in Ichiuan)
  945. "Ichiu Yoko" (additional writings in Ichiuan)
  946. "Ichiyo Nikki" (Ichiyo's Diary) was also highly acclaimed.
  947. "Ichiyo" was her pen name, while her name on the family register was Natsu.
  948. "Iemitsu, however, entrusted all matters to his chief vassals."
  949. "Ieyasu TOKUGAWA" (1983, portrayed by Rie MARUO)
  950. "Ieyasu TOKUGAWA" NHK Taiga Drama (1983, NHK Taiga Drama - the leading actor was Daisuke SHINOHARA)
  951. "If I were to be cut to death by Ieyasu, you should fight the battle of revenge against Ieyasu."
  952. "If I were to go to Hell, I would fight a battle against Enma (the King of Hell) and Gozumezu (Enma's followers with heads of horses and cows) with the people who had gone to Hell before me."
  953. "If my older brother Yoshitomo sallies forth, I will shoot him down, and as for Kiyomori TAIRA, he is not even worthy to be my opponent."
  954. "If the negotiations were to break down, I would cut Ieyasu to death with this sword."
  955. "If the people had a chance to listen to the sutra, it would be a huge profit."
  956. "If the social situation changes, if each author's sensitivity is different and if new writing tools are invented, it is natural that a new calligraphic style will be generated.
  957. "If we immediately attack Takamatsu-dono Palace (the headquarters of the Emperor's army) and set fire to it, we will easily win the battle."
  958. "If you are careful, you will not lose your horse."
  959. "If you feel you can remember the idea without writing it down, the idea is not so great.
  960. "If you fight, you should invade the territory of the enemy and fight, and you must not allow the enemy to step in even a little to your own territory."
  961. "Igo Shorei Zasshi" (encouragement magazine), Igo Shorei Kai, 1892 - Unknown (published the Igo matches of Igo Shorei Kai)
  962. "Igyohon Daiku", the 5th book of 17 books of "Juju bibasha ron", translated by Kumaraju from Later Qin.
  963. "Igyoyoko" (a record of Banri HOASHI's lectures written in classical Chinese)
  964. "Ihon Ikeda keizu" (Alternative version of the genealogical table of the Ikeda family)
  965. "Ijin Musume to Bushi," starring Bando and directed by Kintaro INOUE, was released and distributed by Makino Productions on September 25, 1925 as a double feature with "Kiketsu Onikage Daisanpen" (Great Onikage, Part Three), directed by Bansho KANAMORI.
  966. "Ijutsusharinsho" (Book which explained the course from disease development to disease treatment by likening disease as an enemy of the soldier to the drug, as if it was a military epic).
  967. "Ikai" (the court rank) is a ranking system of the government officials.
  968. "Ikakeya repairs the holes or cracks of iron or copper pots and rice cookers, and he carries his bellows and repairs them immediately.
  969. "Ike-no-ma" may be without any decorations, but in some cases, this is where an inscription is cast (or engraved) or images such as tennin or Buddha are placed.
  970. "Iki no Muraji Hakatoko" (July 659 and June 661)
  971. "Iki shochu" has been designated as a protected production area based upon an Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights of the World Trade Organization
  972. "Iki" is a Japanese aesthetic sense (aesthetic concept).
  973. "Ikitoshi Ikeru Mono" (lit. "All Living things"), originally written by Yuzo YAMAMOTO, focused strongly on social aspects, and "Shinsetsu" (lit. "New Snow"), filmed during the war, was a box office hit.
  974. "Ikki" can also refer to a group of people that form a political community by entering into an alliance or a contract to achieve an objective and to a resistance movement (which may employ armed force) formed by a group in opposition to the established government.
  975. "Ikkyuu" (2nd Edition, Tsutomu MIZUKAMI, Tokyo Chuou Kouronsha, May 1997 (Chuukoubunko))
  976. "Ikkyuu's Sayings"
  977. "Ikkyuu's Sayings" is beloved today as a children's book; and there has been a television cartoon adaptation, "Ikkyuu-san".
  978. "Ikkyuu-san" 10/15/1975 ? 6/28/1982 Produced by Touei Moving Pictures (now Touei Animation); Broadcasted by Japan Educational Television (now Asahi Television)
  979. "Ikkyuu: Alkaid" (Ken ASAMATSU)
  980. "Ikkyuu: Breaking Rules and Madness" (Isamu KURITA, Tokyo Shoudensha, November 2005) ISBN 4396612567
  981. "Ikkyuu: Crescent Moon" (Ken ASAMATSU)
  982. "Ikkyuu: Dark Nights" (Ken ASAMATSU)
  983. "Ikkyuu: Dark Things" (Ken ASAMATSU)
  984. "Ikyuu: A Zen Monk in Troubled Times" (Hakugen ICHIKAWA, NHK Publishing, December 1970 ? (NHK Books 132))
  985. "Ikyuu: The World of Kyouunshuu" (Seizan YANAGIDA, Kyoto Jinbunshoin, August 1980)
  986. "Illustrated Guide to Showa Kyoto's Famous Places: Rakusai" Toshinori TAKEMURA. Shinshindo, 1983
  987. "Imagawa Ryoshun Kankei-hennen-shiryo"
  988. "Image of Fudo Myoo Nidoji" (paper book Hakubyo plain sketch) that has been handed down to Ishiyama-dera Temple in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture was a creation of the 12th century, and is designated as an important cultural property.
  989. "Image of Kujaku Myoo" (peacock king of those who hold knowledge) (a national treasure) possessed by Tokyo National Museum was created in the middle of the 12th century, and it was known for its gentle curves, graceful colors, refined cut-gold foil pattern.
  990. "Imakagami" (The Mirror of the Present), collection of biography and anecdotes, completed after "Okagami," is regarded completed in 1170.
  991. "Imakagami" is a historical tale.
  992. "Imakagami" is also called "Shoku Yotsugi" or "Kokagami."
  993. "Imamiya-jinja Shrine" is a shrine in Murasakino, Kita Ward, Kyoto City.
  994. "Imayo satsuma uta" (Imayo Satsuma Song) written by Onitaro OKA
  995. "Imose-yama Onna Teikin" (Proper Upbringing of a Young Lady at Mount Imose) is a play of Ningyo Joruri (traditional Japanese puppet theater) and Kabuki.
  996. "Imozu" (1943, the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo)
  997. "Imperial property" refers to the property of the Imperial family.
  998. "In Japan, only one Imperial family has ruled the country for 64 generations."
  999. "In November of 1695 the snow was too heavy to gather shoots of plants and the number of casualties increased.
  1000. "In Praise of Shadows" by Junichiro TANIZAKI, 1933

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