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  1. (By extension) something that is taboo.
  2. (Called the 'president' concerning Asakusa Engei Hall)
  3. (Calligraphies and books, ancient documents, and historical materials)
  4. (Calligraphy and books)
  5. (Calligraphy, Historical materials)
  6. (Caution) Regarding its effectiveness, guarantees are not provided for all the people.
  7. (Chacha, Nagamasa's daughter, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's wife)
  8. (Changes in Cap Rank and Official Rank Systems)
  9. (Chapter 6, Section 4, Article 59 of Shuken)
  10. (Chapter 7, Article 73 of Shuken)
  11. (Chapter 7, Article 74 of Shuken)
  12. (Chapters often begin with the following sentence: 'Once upon a time, a man///.')
  13. (Chikuma Sosho, Chikumashobo Ltd. The afterward was written by Kojiro YOSHIKAWA)
  14. (Chinese uses the verb-noun word order, so the word order as noun-verb such as '月見 (moon viewing)' is generally not used.)
  15. (Citation is a translation in modern language.)
  16. (Cited from Wafu-sohonke by TV Tokyo Corporation, et al.)
  17. (Clothed in his clerical garb, he makes a symbolic gesture with his fingers.)
  18. (Common-Law) Wives
  19. (Commonly known as "Sankaku Jogiage")
  20. (Commuter) Limited Express/Limited Express/Rapid Express
  21. (Commuter) limited express, limited express and rapid express trains don't stop at Higashimuko Station.
  22. (Commuter) limited express, limited express and rapid express trains don't stop at Nishikyogoku Station.
  23. (Commuter) limited express, limited express and rapid express trains don't stop at Nishimuko Station.
  24. (Commuter) limited express, limited express and rapid express trains don't stop at Oyamazaki Station.
  25. (Commuter) limited express, limited express and rapid express trains don't stop at Rakusaiguchi Station.
  26. (Compulsory subjects are classical Japanese dance, shamisen [a three-stringed Japanese banjo], hayashi [musical accompaniment played on traditional Japanese instruments] [narimono and fue], and tea ceremony.)
  27. (Confucianists) Nobukata KIYOHARA, Shigekata KIYOHARA, 菅原章長,菅原長淳
  28. (Connected with the Joetsu Shinkansen line, the railway line constitutes part of the Joetsu Shinkansen line from the viewpoint of the railway name as well.)
  29. (Conversely, sometimes the official acted as the messenger to receive the message [kuge shigyo] from the Imperial Court or In no cho [Retired Emperor's Office], and convey the messages to the Shogun.)
  30. (Court nobles) Fusafuyu ICHIJO, Haruyoshi NIJO, Kinyori SANJO, Suetoo YOTSUTSUJI, Mitsuyasu KARASUMARU, Haruhide KAJUJI, Motonaga KANROJI and so on.
  31. (Courtesy bus service is available, reservation required.)
  32. (Craftworks)
  33. (Current disciples are Kyoshi KAIRAKUTEI and Burarin [renamed from Jong-il] KAIRAKUTEI).)
  34. (Currently it is stipulated that Otoami be the third.)
  35. (Currently, Sumiyoshi no hosoe is Hosoe River (alias), Hosoigawa station)
  36. (Daewongun's confinement continued for another three years despite Gojong's petitions appealing for his release, and when he returned home it was with YUAN Shikai, Resident in Korea for Diplomatic and Commercial Relations.)
  37. (Daijo-in became extinct according to Haibutsu-kishaku [a movement to abolish Buddhism].)
  38. (Date missing): He was announced as Nairan.
  39. (Dates unknown) he became Hoshi (successor) to the 18th hoshu Junyo.
  40. (Death of human) may be brought to me earlier than others or later than others, may be brought today or tomorrow.
  41. (Decchi was called 'xx matsu', and xx often stood for a character adopted from his real name.)
  42. (December 19) died and was posthumously conferred to sadaijin and Shoichii.
  43. (December 28, 1919)
  44. (December 28, 1919-)
  45. (Definition)
  46. (Deposited at the Tokyo National Museum) wooden standing statue of Shomen (Blue-faced) Kongo
  47. (Deposited to Kyoto National Museum)
  48. (Derived from this, today some inns and hot springs are called 'jinya').
  49. (Described below)
  50. (Described from the west side)
  51. (Described later)
  52. (Designated as a municipal cultural asset on November 9, 1972)
  53. (Detailed specs differ according to the organization and circle.)
  54. (Detailed story: former Ise)
  55. (Details about the beginning of their love is lacking in "Genji Monogatari." Refer to various views concerning establishment, production and author of Genji Monogatari.)
  56. (Details are described in the later section.)
  57. (Details mentioned later) Also, he was also famous for the curious habit of holding onto a brazier made of Paulownia wood when composing poems.
  58. (Details of this account will be described later.)
  59. (Detective novels and films were allowed, as their main theme was solving a mystery.)
  60. (Different town names)
  61. (Discussed later)
  62. (Displays in November 2005, February 2006, display in Tsuchiura on November 5, 2006) Many of the members belong to Muzzle Loaders' Shooting Association of Japan.
  63. (Distributed from September 1933 to May 1935) Afterwards, using this version as an original, new editions were published by Sogensha (total of one book), and Shinjusha (separate volume) in the postwar period.
  64. (Documented in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East) April 25, 1261.)
  65. (Dressing in the purple clothes or cardinal clothes that did not correspond to the Ikai was called Karimurasaki [unauthorized purple clothes] and Kariake [unauthorized cardinal clothes] respectively.)
  66. (Due to the accession of Imperial Prince Mitsuhito)
  67. (Due to the line arrangement at Oji, making a connection at the same platform is not possible, so the train has to wait for the local train it passed at Kashiwara).
  68. (Due to the support of Tadamichi, Kokamonin was respected in the imperial court even after the Hogen War).
  69. (Due to this episode, Hyobukyonomiya came to be called Hotaru no miya or Hotaru Hyobukyonomiya).
  70. (During the Occupation, Budo was forbidden by General Headquarters [GHQ], however, it was resumed as Gendai Budo [modern martial art] after Japan became independent.)
  71. (During the Russo-Japanese War, the suppression of free speech was not so fierce as that during war time in the Showa Period, and many other poets wrote poems deploring the war, including Seigo SHIROTORI, Naoe KINOSHITA, Kaizan NAKAZATO, and Kusuoko OTSUKA.)
  72. (During the above, he also worked as Assistant Governor of Hitachi Province and internal stable chief)
  73. (During the days of Construction Sub-section Manager of Sanyo Railway Company, Ltd)
  74. (During the days of Kobe [later Shidara] Kenchiku Komusho)
  75. (During the winter season, main pool and diving pool are used as a skating rink.)
  76. (E) However, his pictures still deserve to be praised because of his elegant touch.
  77. (ENOMOTO barricaded himself in Goryokaku that Ayasaburo had built.)
  78. (Each department has a chief and the chief also serves as a head regent of Kongobu-ji Temple.)
  79. (Each organization has established a different goal.)
  80. (Each target level was approved by the Cabinet in April 28, 2005, a part of this was changed in July 11, 2006 and a figure in parentheses () is a target level of emissions amount as of 2010 in two million tons CO2 equivalent).
  81. (Early period of the L? Dynasty)
  82. (Ebi-imo used to be sold for 10,000 yen per 10kg.)
  83. (Edo period - 1881) Higashi-machi
  84. (Electric gas lamp lighting is not included).
  85. (Emperor Kobu also issued Daichu-tsuho 'copper coins' in a part of his own territory before he unified China; after the unification, he issued Kobu-tsuho 'copper coins.')
  86. (Ended with twelve wins, four losses and four ties for Doetsu.)
  87. (Enjaku JITSUKAWA, the second)
  88. (Enpuku died of a cerebral hemorrhage while working backstage at the yose.)
  89. (Enshrined at Nandai-mon Gate) A pair of stone Shishi lions
  90. (Enshrined in the Amida-do Hall of Kanjisho [Office for Raising Funds]) Wooden sitting statue of Gogo-shiyui-Amida
  91. (Enshrined in the Hokke-do Hall) Clay standing statues of Saraswati and Laksmi, wooden statues of Fudo (the God of Fire) and Two Children; and wooden sitting statue of Jizo Bosatsu
  92. (Enshrined in the Jikido [Dining Hall] of the Sanrojo [the place where the priests pray] in the Nigatsu-do Hall) Wooden sitting statue of Kariteimo (The Japanese name of the Indian deity Hariti)
  93. (Enshrined in the Kokei-do Hall) Wooden sitting statue of Kokei Shonin
  94. (Enshrined in the Kon-do Hall) Wooden statue of Nyoirin Kannon (the Bodhisattva of Compassion) & sitting statue of Akasagarbha Bodhisattva by Junkei, Kenkei, Ryokei, Ikei, etc.
  95. (Enshrined in the Nenbutsu-do Hall) Wooden sitting statue of Jizo Bosatsu
  96. (Enshrined in the Sanmai-do Hall) Wooden statue of Senju (Thousand Armed) Kannon, wooden sitting statue of Amida Nyorai
  97. (Enshrined in the Senju-do Hall of Kaidan-in) Wooden Senju Kannon and standing statues of the Four Devas in the Zushi (a cupboard-like case with double doors), wooden sitting statue of Jianzhen, wooden sitting statue of Aizenmyoo
  98. (Enshrined in the Shunjo-do Hall) Wooden standing statue of Amida Nyorai by Kaikei and wooden sitting statue of Aizenmyoo
  99. (Enshukan was incorporated into the Nanso branch of the Dai Nippon Butoku Kai (Greater Japan Martial Virtue Society) in 1903.)
  100. (Entrusted to the Rekishi Minzoku Shiryokan (History and Folklore Museum) in Teradaimabori)
  101. (Equivalent for Ihai in Buddhism) is enshrined in Mitamaya instead of Butsudan (a Buddhist alter).
  102. (Especially well known is the Ko Byo built at the old house of Koshi in his place of connection, Lu.)
  103. (Especially, bows used by equestrian people were called Tankyu (short bow))
  104. (Especially, it was always broadcast by the affiliates of TV Asahi Corporation on Saturday evening when they televised a big sport.)
  105. (Established in 1926) Ushiwaka-cho
  106. (Established in 1935) Kami Torida-cho, Shimo Torida-cho, Sekiryu-cho, Kami Sekiryu-cho, Shimo Sekiryu-cho, Kami Monzen-cho, Shimo Monzen-cho
  107. (Established in 1935) Kita Geni-cho, Higashi Geni-cho, Moto-machi, Higashi Moto-machi, Kami Hananoki-cho, Kami Itakura-cho, Itakura-cho, Kami Hatsune-cho, Hatsune-cho, Kami Uchigawara-cho, Shimo Uchigawara-cho, Kita Kamifusa-cho, Higashi Hanaike-cho, Nishi Hanaike-cho
  108. (Established in 1935) Shimo Midori-cho, Shimo Hon-machi, Shimo Shibamoto-cho, Higashi Momonomoto-cho, Nishi Momonomoto-cho, Takanawa-cho, Higashi Takanawa-cho, Nishi Takanawa-cho
  109. (Established in 1936) Kami Kosai-cho, Shimo Kosai-cho, Kami Umenoki-cho, Shimo Umenoki-cho, Kami Sono-cho, Shimo Sono-cho, Kami Takedono-cho, Shimo Takedono-cho, Kami Midori-cho, Kami Hon-machi, Kami Shibamoto-cho, Kaminokishi-cho, Shimonokishi-cho
  110. (Established in 1936) Kami Yanagi-cho, Shimo Yanagi-cho, Kami Goshoden-cho, Higashi Goshoden-cho, Nishi Goshoden-cho, Kami Tsukiyama-cho, Shimo Tsukiyama-cho, Higashi Funaoka-cho, Nishi Funaoka-cho, Kami Wakakusa-cho, Shimo Wakakusa-cho, Kami Mikoshi-cho, Shimo Mikoshi-cho, Higashino-cho
  111. (Established in 1936) Nishi Geni-cho, Nishi Moto-machi, Shimo Hananoki-cho, Shimo Itakura-cho, Shimo Hatsune-cho, Nishi Kamifusa-cho, Minami Kamifusa-cho, Higashi Ono-cho, Nishi Ono-cho, Minami Ono-cho, Kita Ono-cho
  112. (Established in 1937) Kami Nagame-cho, Shimo Nagame-cho, Kami Horikawa-cho
  113. (Established in 1938) Tsukamoto-cho, Higashi Tsukamoto-cho, Kishimoto-cho, Higashi Kishimoto-cho, Umenoki-cho, Higashi Umenoki-cho, Nishi Umenoki-cho, Hon-machi, Higashi Hon-machi, Nishi Hon-machi, Higashi Morigamae-cho, Higashi Takagi-cho, Nishi Takagi-cho
  114. (Established in 1939) Higashi Hangi-cho, Nishi Hangi-cho, Kibune-cho
  115. (Established in 1939) Higashi Hirai-cho, Nishi Hirai-cho, Tsuta-cho, Higashi Tsuta-cho, Nishi Tsuta-cho
  116. (Established in 1939) Higashi Takahara-cho, Nishi Takahara-cho, Haruna-cho, Higashi Haruna-cho, Nishi Haruna-cho, Higashi Hinokuchi-cho
  117. (Established in 1940) Ikebata-cho, Nakayama-cho, Kita Chanoki-cho, Minami Chanoki-cho, Minakuchi-cho, Kita Shiba-cho, Minami Shiba-cho
  118. (Established in 1941) Higashi Hiraki-cho, Nishi Hiraki-cho, Higashi Sonjoin-cho, Nishi Sonjoin-cho, Goshonouchi-cho, Higashi Goshonouchi-cho, Nishi Goshonouchi-cho, Arami-cho, Kita Arami-cho, Kaido-cho, Takahashi-cho, Kita Takahashi-cho, Kita Tenjinmori-cho, Somon-cho, Baba-cho, Nishi Baba-cho
  119. (Established in 1941) Kita Hananobo-cho, Minami Hananobo-cho
  120. (Established in 1941) Miyajiki-cho
  121. (Established in 1943) Kami Furukawa-cho, Kami Okubo-cho, Nishi Okubo-cho, Nishi Haruna-cho
  122. (Established in 1943) Kami Takeya-cho, Higashi Biraki-cho, Nishi Biraki-cho
  123. (Established in 1943) Nishi Sanno-cho, Muro-machi, Kita Karasuma-cho, Minami Karasuma-cho, Nishi Goryo-cho, Nishi Fudanotsuji-cho, Nishi Aketa-cho, Nishi Kawabe-cho, Minami Kawabe-cho, and Minami Ishida-cho
  124. (Established in 1944) Shimizu-cho, Kujo-cho, Nakajima-cho, Inokuchi-cho, Kasuga-cho, Nishi Sadanari-cho and Oike-cho
  125. (Established in 1948) Higashi Iori-cho, Nishi Iori-cho, Senouchi-cho, Higashi Senouchi-cho, Nishi Senouchi-cho, Donomae-cho, Yamada-cho, Yamanomoto-cho, Kami Betto-cho, Daido-cho
  126. (Established in 1949) Kanjinbashi-cho (a part of then Kamitoba Kanjinbashi-cho, Shimogyo Ward)
  127. (Established in 1951) Minami Kawara-machi, Higashi Iwamoto-cho, Nishi Iwamoto-cho, Minami Iwamoto-cho, Kawanishi-cho, Kita Matsunoki-cho, Minami Matsunoki-cho, Higashi Sanno-cho, Nishi Sanno-cho, Kami Goryo-cho, Higashi Goryo-cho, Naka Goryo-cho, Higashi Fudanotsuji-cho, and Naka Fudanotsuji-cho
  128. (Established in 1955) Yotsuyaike, Shinkanbayashi, Shinogawara, Nihonyanagi, Kokubo, Shinden
  129. (Established in 1956) Minami Matsuda-cho
  130. (Established in 1956) Minami Nawashiro-cho and Minami Hakodate-cho.
  131. (Established in 1956) Momoyama Chikuzendai-machi
  132. (Established in 1959) Higashi Ogura-cho, Shimo Betto-cho, Higashi Kubota-cho
  133. (Established in 1960) Donoushiro-nishi-machi
  134. (Established in 1960) Higashi Daimon-cho, Nishi Daimon-cho, Kita Daimon-cho, Higashi Kurisu-cho, Nishi Kurisu-cho, Kita Kurisu-cho, Nishinoyama Higashi-machi
  135. (Established in 1960) Higashi Sendo-cho, Nishi Sendo-cho, Higashi Rendaino-cho, Nishi Rendaino-cho
  136. (Established in 1960) Higashi Yanagi-cho, Kami Hacchoyanagi-cho, Miyanishi-cho
  137. (Established in 1960) Minami Ichijo-cho, Higashi Takatsukasa-cho, Nishi Takatsukasa-cho
  138. (Established in 1960) Nishi Hinokuchi-cho, Minami Okubo-cho, Minami Nishiura-cho, Kami Genkyo-cho
  139. (Established in 1960) Sannomiya Nishi-machi, Hainobori Naka-machi, Hainobori Nishi-machi, Nishinochaya-machi
  140. (Established in 1962) Senryomatsu-cho
  141. (Established in 1965) Maeda-cho, Higashi Maeda-cho, Makie-cho, Makie Minami-cho, Ikeda-cho, Ikeda-minami-cho, Higashi Sunano-cho, Hainobori-higashi-machi, Kannondo-minami-cho
  142. (Established in 1965, of the former Oaza Kitashirakawa) Kasaneishi-cho, Kogamedani-cho, Mukogadani-cho, Mukaidani-cho, Maruyama-cho, Kiyozawaguchi-cho, Jizodani-cho, Minamigahara-cho, Nakayama-cho, Yomogigadani-cho, Iwasaka-cho, Toyama-cho, Uryuzan-cho
  143. (Established in 1966) Nishinaka-cho
  144. (Established in 1966) Otaka-cho
  145. (Established in 1966) Sato-kita-cho, Sato-nishi-cho
  146. (Established in 1966) Tsutsumisoto-cho, Shinden-shimonomukai-cho, Shinden-sannodan-cho, Mukaida-higashi-cho, Mukaida-nishi-cho
  147. (Established in 1969) Daimotsu-cho, Kamichoshi-cho, Minami Karato-cho, Kita Nakanotsubo-cho, Minami Nakanotsubo-cho, Kita Tonomoto-cho, Minami Tonomoto-cho, Kita Hanana-cho, Minami Hanana-cho, Kita Shimada-cho, Minami Shimada-cho, Kita Murayama-cho, Minami Murayama-cho, Kaiko-cho, Kita Kaiko-cho
  148. (Established in 1969) Minami Ochiai-cho, Higashiura-cho, Inaba-cho
  149. (Established in 1969) Nishi-machi, Minami-cho, Hiraki-machi
  150. (Established in 1971) Arakusa-cho, Matsumoto-cho
  151. (Established in 1977) Katagiyama-cho
  152. (Established in 1978) Kita Yamanomori-cho, Kita Kawakami-cho, Naka Kawakami-cho, Minami Kawakami-cho, Kita Imahara-cho, Minami Imahara-cho, Kita Chinjuan-cho, Minami Okuri-cho
  153. (Established in 1978) Kitanokishi-cho
  154. (Established in 1980) Okamedani Higashi Furugoko-cho, Okamedani Higashi Anshin-cho
  155. (Established in 1996) Higashi Matsunoki-cho
  156. (Established in 1997) Higashi Serikawa-cho, Nishi Serikawa-cho
  157. (Established in 1997) Nishi Okenoi-cho, Naka Uchihata-cho, Nishi Uchihata-cho, Higashi Koyanouchi-cho, Nishi Koyanouchi-cho, Tobadono-cho
  158. (Established in 1997) Tobarikyu-cho
  159. (Established in 2006) Kita San-cho, Naka San-cho, Minami San-cho, Kita Enmenden-cho, Naka Enmenden-cho, Minami Enmenden-cho, Higashi Yanagiosa-cho, Nishi Yanagiosa-cho, Minami Yanagiosa-cho, Minami Rokutannaga-cho
  160. (Established/abolished in 1980) Kosetsu, Momoyama-cho => Momoyama Kosetsu-cho
  161. (Even at present, some sects of Buddhism deny the existence of deities and polytheism.)
  162. (Even before it was cooked with sauce, eel was known as tasty food in which it was broiled with either salt or miso.)
  163. (Even if a castle is securely defended, it would be impossible to keep governing the country when people lose their patriotism for the country. A merciful act enables <you> to keep people's minds on your side, resulting in the country to proper, while more revenge will cause the country to be destroyed.)
  164. (Even in the Showa Period when it was concluded that vitamin deficiency caused beriberi, until 1938, 10,000 to 20,000 citizens succumbed to beriberi on an annual basis, and it was not until after 1952 that beriberi was exterminated.)
  165. (Even now, many countries adopt an unified undergarment in the army.)
  166. (Evening edition of the Yomiuri Shinbun Newspaper dated August 15, 2008).
  167. (Eventually they played a role similar to that of military police.)
  168. (Example) '... shitoiyashita' (... shiterasshaimashita, literally 'you were kindly doing...')
  169. (Example) 'Hashiri' (literally, 'run')
  170. (Example) 'Mitoomi' (also referred as Mitegoran, literally 'Would you look at... ?')
  171. (Example) 'Uchino Ko-o, yo-u nakaharuyaro' (literally, 'As you see, our child cries very much')
  172. (Example) 'hayo ikiyoshi' (hayaku ikinasai, literally 'you must go quickly')
  173. (Example) 'notte kiharuwa' (literally, 'Look, they are getting on')
  174. (Example: Nagazora-choshi scale of Ikuta school = Akebono-choshi scale of Yamada school, Akebono-choshi scale of Ikuta school = Double Nagazora -choshi scale of Yamada school)
  175. (Examples) 'Okoshiyasu' (literally, 'Welcome, here'), 'okakeyashitookureyasu' (also referred as dozo okakekudasaimase, literally, 'please take your seat')
  176. (Examples) 'Omedetosandosu' (literally, 'congratulations'), 'Asu ikaharun dosuka' (literally, 'Are you leaving tomorrow?'), 'so doshita' (literally, 'so you have told')
  177. (Examples) 'arahen' (literally, 'there is no...'), 'hashirahen' (literally, '... do not run')
  178. (Examples) 'daremo ohen' (literally, 'nobody is there'), 'oishiosu na' (literally, 'this is very delicious, isn't it?')
  179. (Examples) 'hashireru' (literally, 'can run'), 'nerareru' (literally, 'can sleep'), 'hashirehen' (literally, 'cannot run'), 'nerarehen' (literally, 'cannot sleep')
  180. (Examples) 'hashiro' (literally, 'Let's run'), 'iko' (literally, 'Let's go'), 'miyo' (literally, 'Let's see'), 'neyo' (literally, 'Let's go to bed')
  181. (Examples) 'shi-hin' (shinai, literally 'do not do'), 'ki-hin' (konai, literally 'do not come').
  182. (Examples) 'yo hashiran' (literally, 'cannot run'), 'yo nen' (literally, 'cannot sleep'), 'yo okihin' (literally, 'cannot get up')
  183. (Examples: Himeji-jo Castle, Marugame-jo Castle, Kumamoto-jo Castle, etc.)
  184. (Examples: Matsumoto-jo Castle [Bicchu Province], Matsuyama-jo Castle [Iyo Province], Morioka-jo Castle, etc.)
  185. (Examples: Mikawa no kuni monto (monto of Mikawa Province), Aki no kuni monto (monto of Aki Province, and so on)).
  186. (Examples: Ogaki-jo Castle, Shimabara-jo Castle, Oita-jo Castle, etc.)
  187. (Examples: Okayama-jo Castle, etc.)
  188. (Examples: Tanaka-jo Castle, etc.)
  189. (Examples: Yamagata-jo Castle, Matsumoto-jo Castle, Osaka-jo Castle, etc.)
  190. (Except for Karasuma-Oike Station, subway stations along the Karasuma Line are not prefixed with 'Karasuma' for similar reasons.)
  191. (Except for the Chikurin school) It split into many groups from the Azuchi-Momoyama Period to the beginning of the Edo Period.
  192. (Except for the Honda school)
  193. (Excerpt)
  194. (Excerpts from page 29 of "Sacred Scriptures of Jodo Shinshu, the Jodo Sanbu-kyo," published by Hongan-ji Temple in 1996)
  195. (Excluding the fact that SUGAWARA no Aritaka who was a Ujichoja (chieftain of the family) and one year younger than him was in the rank of Jusanmi.)
  196. (Excluding the two years when he had been assigned to serve as Sangi (royal adviser).)
  197. (Explained also in Oni (disambiguation))
  198. (FUJIWARA no Nakamaro's War)
  199. (Facilities across the two prefectures)
  200. (Family line according to male line: Higashiyama Emperor - Kanin-no-miya Imperial Prince Naohito - Sukehira TAKATSUKASA - Masahiro TAKATSUKASA - Masamichi TAKATSUKASA - Kinito TOKUDAIJI - Tomoito SUMITOMO)
  201. (February 12, 2009)
  202. (February 16) Kunaikyo (Minister of the Sovereign's Household)
  203. (February 23) Mino no suke (assistant governor of Mino Province)
  204. (February 25) shonagon
  205. (February 4) Bingo no kami (governor of Bingo Province)
  206. (February 5) udaijin (the chief of Daijokain)
  207. (February 8) Dainagon (chief councilor of state)
  208. (Feudal lords in eastern Japan commonly had a storehouse attached to the residence in Edo, but quite a lot of them also set up a residence-cum-storehouse or a similar facility in Osaka as well.)
  209. (First edition was published by Jujiya shoten in 1946)
  210. (First part) Sekibe is in fact OTOMO no Kuronushi who has the ambition to rule the world.
  211. (Firstly, pickle half of them, wring them dry and if desired you can pickle them again.)
  212. (Five bays and three entrances means that, of the five front bays, the middle three serve as entrances.
  213. (Following Prince Shotoku, the Emperor had four more children, and by marrying another princess he had two more children, as shown in the records.)
  214. (Following the septal notation used in ancient Indian civilization, the period is defined in base 7.)
  215. (For Toganoo and Shuzan (some buses via Ritsumeikan Daigaku-mae (front of Ritsumeikan University)/Kyoto Station
  216. (For a short period during the Edo period, an official price existed.)
  217. (For about 10 years before that event no one knows where he was.
  218. (For consistency, the name "Ujisato" is used in all but one part of this description) Now a member of the Oda family, he was received warmly.
  219. (For details -> Denma-cho)
  220. (For details on restored castle towers, reconstructed castle towers, reconstructed imitation keeps, and donjon-like buildings, refer to the construction of modern and present donjons.)
  221. (For details see Yamato)
  222. (For details, contact Yokoku-ji Temple.)
  223. (For details, please refer to the article on the history of the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line)
  224. (For details, please refer to the heading of Ryukoku Extension Center.)
  225. (For details, refer to Edomae-zushi).
  226. (For details, refer to Yoshimoto, I. 'Naikan eno shotai (Invitation to Naikan)' Toki Shobou.)
  227. (For details, refer to double tracking of the northern section of Sasayamaguchi Station on the Fukuchiyama Line, and the current situation)
  228. (For details, refer to the article about the Biwa-ko Lake Spa Resort.)
  229. (For details, refer to the problem of succession to the Imperial Throne [Heisei].)
  230. (For details, refer to the section of 'Japanese education.')
  231. (For details, refer to the section of 'welfare for the elderly,' 'social welfare' and others)
  232. (For details, refer to the usage of 'yotta (did something)' in the Tanba-ben dialect)
  233. (For details, see "Seigo-ori.")
  234. (For details, see secret Imperial command of attacking the shogunate)
  235. (For details, see the article about Shoya [village headman in the Edo period]).
  236. (For details, see the article concerning the history of the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line.)
  237. (For details, see the article on the Shiba clan.)
  238. (For details, see the article on the history of the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line.)
  239. (For each family lines, will be explained in detail below.)
  240. (For educational policies, refer to the movement of the Fundamental Law of Education)
  241. (For example, 'Band Brothers DX' and 'Karaoke JOYSOUND Wii' from Nintendo Co., Ltd.)
  242. (For example, 'Toei Manga Festival' and 'Manga Once Upon a Time in Japan') Thus, mainly among the middle-aged and older, some people call anime and special effects program manga or TV manga.
  243. (For example, even though he the real father or the deceased Yugao's daughter, Tamakazura, it is Genji that actually acts as her guardian).
  244. (For example, it is said that 4-color or 5-color ingredients in chirashi zushi (vinegared rice with thin strips of egg, pieces of raw fish, vegetables and crab meat arranged on top) are based on Inyogogyo.)
  245. (For example, it is written Sangi Shonii (Senior Second Rank) or Sangi Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).)
  246. (For example, it's arranged slightly downward for an elderly person or slightly upward for a young person.)
  247. (For example, the current Akita Bank regards the date of establishment of the 48th National Bank in January 1879 as 'the date of foundation' and October 20, 1941, when the bank became the current Akita Bank according to the integration in wartime as 'the date of establishment.'
  248. (For example, the performers of the Shokaku VI family use 'Takeuchi-san' and those of the Hayashiya family 'Ohashi-san' or 'Okamoto-san').
  249. (For example, the western red cedar is a species in the Thuja genus of the Cupressaceae family.)
  250. (For example, with two-year-obento)
  251. (For funeral, Omodama (white or transparent), tassels (white); for Buddhist memorial service, Omodama (colored ones), tassels (colored tassels), and so on.)
  252. (For further details, refer to "Katsu-don.")
  253. (For further details, see each relevant section.)
  254. (For history before the east-west split, refer to the article on The History of Hongan-ji Temple.)
  255. (For information on bus stops, refer to Omiya Station.)
  256. (For information on the government by the Miyoshi clan commenced from Nagayoshi MIYOSHIA, refer to "Sakaikubo" (the municipal government based in Sakai City).
  257. (For information on the timetable of the shuttle buses, refer to the website of Shinnihonkai Ferry Co., Ltd.)
  258. (For information, Hamaya (ritual arrows to drive away devils) and Hamayumi (ritual bow used to drive off devils) are given to boys, and as a Shinto ritual, various kinds of bows and arrows are equivalent to those.)
  259. (For more details, please refer to 'Katsuretsu' (cutlet).
  260. (For more details, please refer to Buke-Kani (Official Court Titles for Samurai.)
  261. (For more details, refer to the Shorui Awaremi no Rei section.)
  262. (For more information on conflicting opinions concerning Kimigayo, refer to the Law Regarding the National Flag and Anthem.)
  263. (For more information on the degree to which such works are suspected of being gisho, and the evidence for that belief, consult the linked articles on each individual item.)
  264. (For more information refer to the section "Junmaishu.")
  265. (For more information see the section" Controversies over and Details of the Battle of Nagashino").
  266. (For more information, refer to the section "Shiba clan.) He had an elder brother, Ienaga SHIBA, a younger brother, Yoshimasa SHIBA, who was kanrei, and an uncle, Iekane SHIBA, who became the founder of the Oshu Shiba clan.
  267. (For more information, refer to the section "seizensetsu" [the ethical doctrine that human nature is fundamentally good].)
  268. (For more information, refer to whaling problems and pollution problems.)
  269. (For more information, see 'Demo of eighty-eight retainers of Imperial Court.')
  270. (For more information, see Cloister government and Chiten no kimi [the retired emperor in power].)
  271. (For more information, see ritsuryo system and ritsuryo law.)
  272. (For more information, see the section on 'Town names in Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto City').
  273. (For more on the journey east, consult the chronology below.)
  274. (For reference)
  275. (For reference, it wasn't until 1952 that beriberi was eradicated.)
  276. (For reference, the former era name of 'Kowa' was adopted in consideration of his father Masaie's suggestion.)
  277. (For reference, the term 'honnare' was a word coined by succeeding generations against namanare.)
  278. (For that occasion, young samurai, who followed close behind mounted warriors, probably caught up with them easily because the distance to the enemy was only 100 meters in consideration of shooting range of a matchlock gun.)
  279. (For that reason), they also worked as guards, etc. by the commands of the Imperial Court.
  280. (For the details of how this happened, see "Senchado".)
  281. (For the details on the history of Hongan-ji Temple, see the article about the history of the Hongan-ji Temple)
  282. (For the details, refer to 'Akuninshouki')
  283. (For the history of the administrative districts in Kyoto after the Meiji period, see the section on 'Town names in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.')
  284. (For the medals, only the highest awards for each game are mentioned; please refer to the description of each figure for details.)
  285. (For the part about training of sushi chef outside Japan, refer to 'Sushi chef' stated above.)
  286. (For the people could not travel freely in the Edo period).
  287. (For this reason, he is often believed to have been the 'former Kanpaku.')
  288. (For this reason, simple recognition of `bakufu navy was English style and rice-gun was French style' is wrong.)
  289. (For this reason, there was a view that Satoyasu had received the will of Mitsunari and assassinated Ujisato by poisoning.)
  290. (For what happened in Okinawa during the period, refer to "Historical Ryukyu Annexation of Okinawa Prefecture". The Sho clan, who dominated the old Ryukyu Kingdom, became the nobility as did other former domain governors.)
  291. (For worshippers' convenience sake, words and pictures were separately compiled in "Godensho" and "Goeden" respectively.)
  292. (Formally, the decision will be announced in an official gazette as of the first weekend in February of the previous year.)
  293. (Former) Godaido (Upper Daigo) - Former National Treasure
  294. (Formerly, the fourth division stationed there.)
  295. (Four trips a day)
  296. (Four villages).
  297. (France)
  298. (Free of charge)
  299. (Freight) Kudara Station (the second) was established.
  300. (Freight) Kudara-ichiba Station was established.
  301. (Freight) Shiohama station was established.
  302. (Freight) Yokkaichi Station was established.
  303. (Freight) means stations exclusive for freight service, and other stations with ◆・◇ mark mean stations which handle freight (regular freight trains don't stop at stations with ◇ mark).
  304. (Freshwater fishes were available, but the amount was small and those fishes were unsuitable for eating raw.
  305. (Frois' literary works contain many remarks that cannot be found in other books such as "Shincho Koki (Account of lord Nobunaga)," and therefore it is recognized as one of the important references for the study of Japanese history.)
  306. (From "A Collection of Passages that Reveal the True Lessons, Practice and Understanding of the Way to the Pure Land")
  307. (From "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East))
  308. (From "Kojiki". The sentence in [ ] is an annotation.)
  309. (From "Koso Wasan" (Hymns in Honor of the Patriarchs), the rest is omitted.)
  310. (From "Saka no ue no Kumo" [Clouds Above the Hill] by Ryotaro SHIBA) While this reply is not unlawful from the perspective of international law, in this particular situation where there were no other diplomatic routes available, it was in effect, a declaration of war.
  311. (From Bunshun, "Genro SAIONJI Kinmochi") Regarding this frame, Hiroo SAIONJI (a great grandson of Kinmochi SAIONJI) said the following:
  312. (From Hashihime (The Maiden of the Bridge) to Yume no Ukihashi (The Floating Bridge of Dreams). Kaoru, age 20 to 28)
  313. (From east)
  314. (From reasons mentioned above) It is said that Ginko was not very successful in the medical profession.
  315. (From the "Hokke Mongu")
  316. (From the beginning incombustible cups have been used.)
  317. (From the deep sleep/Of a long night/Waking/Sweet is the sound/Of the ship as it rides the waves)
  318. (From the judgment criteria of history, scale, customer's types, influence on other restaurants nationwide, reputation, style, ownership of artwork, building, and other episodes, these three restaurants are said to be the top three ryotei in Japan.)
  319. (From the official home page of Kintetsu Corporation)
  320. (From the section dealing with 'the Dethroned Emperor' (referring to Emperor Chukyo))
  321. (From: 'Book of Haiku: Haikai and Haiku,' edited by Tsuguo ANDO and Ryuta IDA, Chikuma Shobo Publishers; 'A Basic Knowledge of Haiku Terms,' edited by Kokyo MURAYAMA and Kazumi YAMASHITA, Kadokawa Sensho; and 'Evidence: Haiku in Showa Period,' edited by Kokyo MURAYAMA and Kazumi YAMASHITA, Kadokawa Group Publishing Co., Ltd.)
  322. (Fujishu Gaku Yoshu, volume 5 - 60)
  323. (Fukashichi Joshi [The Messenger Fukashichi])
  324. (Funoyaki > sukesoyaki > monjayaki > dondonyaki > 'okonomiyaki')
  325. (Furthermore, this is not the same definitions divided as the establishment of the Kira Clan; 1. the Kira clan of Osauji lineage referred to themselves as the Saijokira clan; 2. the Kira clan of Yoshitsugu lineage referred to themselves as the Tojokira clan.
  326. (Geido ron (theory on accomplishments)
  327. (Gelatinization alone is done in the 'Baisho-Dukuri' [the brewing method wherein rice is heated in hot air [about 200~400 degrees Celsius]])
  328. (Genichiro FUKUCHI's "Kasuga no Tsubone" and "Otokodate Harusame Gasa" (A Chivalrous Commonor and a Spring Rain Umbrella) are not included in Shin Kabuki because they were written for Kabuki-za Theater.)
  329. (Genji, age 1 to 12)
  330. (Genji, age 13 to 17)
  331. (Genji, age 17, from summer to winter)
  332. (Genji, age 17, summer)
  333. (Genji, age 18 in October to 19 in July)
  334. (Genji, age 18 in spring to 19, New Years day)
  335. (Genji, age 18, from March to winter)
  336. (Genji, age 20, spring)
  337. (Genji, age 22 in April to 23, New Year's day)
  338. (Genji, age 23 in September to 25 in summer)
  339. (Genji, age 25, May)
  340. (Genji, age 26 in March to 27 in March)
  341. (Genji, age 27 in March to 28 in August)
  342. (Genji, age 28 in October to 29 in winter)
  343. (Genji, age 28 in autumn to 29 in April)
  344. (Genji, age 29, September)
  345. (Genji, age 30)
  346. (Genji, age 31 in autumn)
  347. (Genji, age 31 in winter to 32 in autumn)
  348. (Genji, age 31, spring)
  349. (Genji, age 32, from autumn to winter)
  350. (Genji, age 33 in April to 35 in October)
  351. (Genji, age 35, from March to December)
  352. (Genji, age 36 in December to 37 in February)
  353. (Genji, age 36, August)
  354. (Genji, age 36, July)
  355. (Genji, age 36, June)
  356. (Genji, age 36, May)
  357. (Genji, age 36, New Year's day)
  358. (Genji, age 36, from March to April)
  359. (Genji, age 37 in winter to 38 in November)
  360. (Genji, age 37, autumn)
  361. (Genji, age 39 in winter to 41 in March)
  362. (Genji, age 39, from March to October)
  363. (Genji, age 39, in spring)
  364. (Genji, age 41 in March to 47 in December)
  365. (Genji, age 41 to 47)
  366. (Genji, age 48, from New Year's day to autumn)
  367. (Genji, age 49, spring to autumn)
  368. (Genji, age 50, from autumn to winter)
  369. (Genji, age 50, from summer to autumn)
  370. (Genji, age 51, from spring to autumn)
  371. (Genji, age 52, from New Year's day to the New Year's Eve)
  372. (Germany)
  373. (Gi-Cho was a game of bandying Gi (ball) with Cho (stick) shaped like Noh (spatula), and was a Shinto ritual.)
  374. (Gifu City)
  375. (Giuseppe Farina, a star player since the prewar period and a member of Ferrari, became the first Champion of F1 Grand Prix in 1950.)
  376. (Given the position of Daijo-daijin)
  377. (Godokoro Sengi (investigation of go house))
  378. (Google search results (August 2006): 505 thousand hits for '五重塔,' and 96 thousand hits for '五重の塔')
  379. (Government-designated textbook)
  380. (Gozanze Yasha Myoo)
  381. (Graphite was not used after Han period.)
  382. (Group purchasing is available by special request.)
  383. (Grown-up yujo who applied tooth black but did not paint brows.)
  384. (Gyudontaro cut the price of the regular size from 250 yen to 200 yen and Tatsuya cut the price of the regular size from 400 yen to 300 yen, then to 250 yen, and then to 200 yen)
  385. (HIKAMI no Kawatsugu's War)
  386. (Hagoita is specific to Japan.)
  387. (Hakodate War)
  388. (Hana-)Myoga
  389. (Hanafuda cards utilizing Michikaze ONO motif appeared from the Meiji Period.)
  390. (Handicrafts)
  391. (Hankyu Soba resides on the first floor of the Katsura Station office building adjacent to the East station building.)
  392. (Hanyu City, Saitama Prefecture. TOASHUZO sold the distillery, but the company that bought it withdrew from whisky production.)
  393. (Hara was later selected as the first courier to deliver the information of Ninjo (an attack using sword) inside the palace to hometown)
  394. (Haruhisa SHIMOYAMA also expressed his doubts in his book.)
  395. (Hatsu, Takatsugu KYOGOKU's wife)
  396. (He acted freely, not worrying about rules; even though he was a prince, he behaved with modesty and treated people politely.)
  397. (He became a priest again later.)
  398. (He became a viscount later.)
  399. (He became the Yushi (adopted child) of his grandfather FUJIWARA no Koretada, who had the title of Ichijo Sessho regent and Kentokuko, but his grandfather passed away within the same year.)
  400. (He delegated office work to Kakushinni and Kakue.)
  401. (He fled to Silla, but had stormy weather on his way, got lost and turned back.)
  402. (He followed his father Kahei SASAKI the third)
  403. (He had a good physique and was broad-minded.)
  404. (He had no child)
  405. (He had no child.)
  406. (He has a beadroll in his right hand.)
  407. (He has been said to be the youngest among 6 brothers and sisters, but materials discovered in recent years revealed that he was actually the youngest among 10 brothers and sisters.)
  408. (He has climbed Mt. Shosha, which was called 'Mt. Hiei in the west.')
  409. (He has five-prong pestles on his right hand and a rosary in his left hand.)
  410. (He has sutras in the right hand.)
  411. (He has written "Hai, Demae Rakugo Desu" [This is Rakugo Delivery].)
  412. (He holds Sankosho in the right hand.)
  413. (He holds up the index finger of his right hand.)
  414. (He improvised a Chinese poem and explicated "The Book of Mencius.")
  415. (He is described as 'an old prince who had been left behind by the times.')
  416. (He is said to have accepted reluctantly because he might lose his own territoty if TAIRA no Maki should be defeated by MINAMOTO no Mamoru).
  417. (He is seated on a chair and has a child serve beside him.)
  418. (He is the president of 'National Rakugo College,' a group of amateur rakugaka.)
  419. (He killed the deity of the pass in Shinano using a piece of leek, joined KIBI no Takehiko who had been travelling around Koshi, and then went to Owari.)
  420. (He left the party in 1883).
  421. (He made a suicide attempt, and then he was accepted as a Hakodate Room clerk, which has saved him.)
  422. (He makes Gebaku-in, a symbolic Buddhist gesture, with his fingers.)
  423. (He once had refused.)
  424. (He presented Emishi captives to the Ise-jingu Shrine from here.)
  425. (He remained in the position of jiju until at least April 12, 1593.)
  426. (He requested the government employ them again.)
  427. (He resigned Kamigata Rakugo and worked for a health center as an employee, but he performed somehow, for example on the stage there.)
  428. (He sent KIBI no Takehiko to the Imperial court to make reports, and he himself passed away at Nobono.)
  429. (He survived the Battle of Sekigahara, after which he served Yoshishige HACHISUKA.)
  430. (He took one Kanji from Yoshitsura MIURA's name, who had acted as the eboshioya at his genpuku ceremony.)
  431. (He was 18 years old.)
  432. (He was also a Bungunshugo [a provincial constable of a specially given province in gun unit] of Kaito district, Owari province and Chita county.)
  433. (He was also appointed as the Hyobukyo [Minister for Military Affairs].)
  434. (He was appointed to General without first being appointed to Minor General)
  435. (He was born in 1747 and passed away on February 27, 1808.)
  436. (He was born in 1768 and passed away on August 27, 1819.)
  437. (He was born in 1789 and passed away on November 23, 1855.)
  438. (He was born in 1829 and passed away on August 1, 1901.)
  439. (He was born in Tokyo.)
  440. (He was dismissed from the post of Kannoshi before 1191.)
  441. (He was reappointed to Gon Chunagon without first being appointed to Sangi (councilor))
  442. (He was sixty-five years old).
  443. (He was the grand son of the first Shogun Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and the second Shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA was his uncle.)
  444. (He was the third child among six brothers and sisters.)
  445. (Heibonsha Daihyakkajiten (Encyclopedia published by Heibonsha))
  446. (Heibonsha Wide Toyo bunko in 2004) ISBN 4-256-80168-5
  447. (Heibonsha, Toyo bunko in 1970) ISBN 4-582-80168-4
  448. (Held at Nakanobo Hall)
  449. (Held at Okunoin)
  450. (Held by Okunoin)
  451. (Held by the Seinan-in Temple)
  452. (Her birth name was Yuki MIZOUE, and therefore Yuki was her real name.)
  453. (Her name Manryu is written as 万竜, 万龍 or 萬竜 depending on the literature, but 萬龍 should be appropriate.)
  454. (Her real name was changed to Shizuko OKADA.)
  455. (Here Yamato Takeru no Mikoto sent KIBI no Takehiko to Koshi (present-day Hokuriku area), and he himself went on to Shinano (present-day Gunma Prefecture).)
  456. (Here lists the names, starting from the right side of the monument for the Twenty-six Martyrs)
  457. (Here sins refer to those regarded as "sins" in the concept of Shinto and they not necessarily crimes.)
  458. (Here the Igatari [sitting narration] by the Ai who has appeared from katamaku [lifted curtain] starts.)
  459. (Hereinafter Fukuoka's retrospect is based on this unless otherwise stated.)
  460. (Heungseon Daewongun)
  461. (Hida Gokoku-jinja Shrine in Gifu Prefecture is one of the major Gokoku-jinja Shrines, but it is categorized as a non-designated Gokoku-jinja Shrine.)
  462. (Hidemasa was with Hideyori in the Osaka-jo Castle.)
  463. (Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI)
  464. (Hideyoshi's adopted son, the fifth son of Iesada KINOSHITA, the older brother of Kodaiin, Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA)
  465. (Hideyoshi's mother, Yaemon KINOSHITA's wife, Chikuami's wife, her official name was Nakako TOYOTOMI)
  466. (Hikime no gi opposes Meigen no gi)
  467. (Hikime: also written as 引目) was Kabura mentioned above with a few holes, and it was fixed by nails after pulling yano from the top through to the bottom in the same way as for Kabura.
  468. (Hikimekaburaya) is Hikimeya with Zoku together with gammata, hirane, etc.
  469. (Himemodori [Return of the Princess])
  470. (Himiko: bi3 mi2 hu1)
  471. (His ancestor's temples (Jishu-jiin [Jodo (Pure Land) sect] and Tokugawa Mantoku-ji Temple) located in Tokugawa hamlet, Nitta County in Kozuke Province later on became Engiri-ji temple (a refuge for women seeking divorce).
  472. (His books, ISBN 978-4893086396 and ISBN 978-4862480217, mention why they were expelled in minute detail).
  473. (His brother was Motozaemon KASHIO.)
  474. (His contemporary, Bunmeisai, also graduated from the department of sciences of Kyoto Imperial University.)
  475. (His descendants maintained the family line in Hachijo-jima Island, where Naoie was exiled, and, even today, they maintain the family grave.
  476. (His father Hisahide did not join; instead, Hisamichi (then Yoshihisa) served.)
  477. (His father, Shigenari INAGE is believed to have built Ozawa-jo Castle.)
  478. (His first lawful wife was Lady Aoi. According to a prominent theory, Lady Murasaki's status is regarded as only remaining eligible to be a lawful wife because she did not go through the proper marriage process.)
  479. (His foster father was Kurobe KATSURA (with a hereditary stipend of 150 koku)).
  480. (His house was at the site of the building named "Otaru Rengo Eisei Kumiai Jimusho" (office of Otaru Union Health Association) in those days, which was to the left when facing the main front door of the former Otaru Shonen Kagakukan).
  481. (His rank is Sochi no Miya (the Viceroy Prince) at the beginning and Hyobukyo no MIYA (His Highness of War) after 'Otome' (The Maidens), and he is called by this name because he is a main character in 'Hotaru' (The Fireflies)).
  482. (His real father was Nai-Daijin, Tomomori HORIKAWA.
  483. (His stage name in Tokyo was Kosanta YANAGIYA.)
  484. (His then stage name was Tajaku or Tamijaku ONOE).
  485. (His wife is Yachiyo INOUE, the fifth head of Inoue school.)
  486. (His wife, the daughter of FUJIWARA no Yoshitada, died on May 10 (died at the age of 57 according to "Heihanki"))
  487. (Hisamasa's daughter, Yoshisane ROKKAKU's wife)
  488. (History of government post and Ikai (Court rank))
  489. (Hokke Ikki Riot (法華一揆))
  490. (Hoko floats in Saki no Matsuri)
  491. (Holland)
  492. (Home)
  493. (Honen was 69 then.)
  494. (Hongan-ji School generally uses Kakocho rather than Homyo-jiku)
  495. (Honkoku-ji Temple Incident).
  496. (Honno-ji Incident)
  497. (Hot coffee prevails in the West.)
  498. (However Musashi can be distinguished from normal 'Hyohoka' considering his artistic talent and the fact that he sublimated kenjutsu to metaphysical level.)
  499. (However he had been dead when Kazuo was born.)
  500. (However some say he was the victim of a false accusation.)
  501. (However there are few structural cultural treasures: only one structure is designated a national treasure.)
  502. (However there is a tea utensil, similar to chataku, called Tenmokudai [a tea-bowl stand] in Sado [Japanese tea ceremony].)
  503. (However there is another theory that the court-mediated compromise with Hongan-ji Tempe was requested by the Hongan-ji Temple side.)
  504. (However tracing the family line is said to be difficult.)
  505. (However, 'ichiju-sansai' was served on a special occasion and when there was a visitor).
  506. (However, 'kasa' means the top part of the gravestone.)
  507. (However, Daigokuden and the corridors in Heijo-kyo were dismantled and reconstructed in Kuni-kyo, so it could be considered that the initial plan was two-capital system of Kuni-kyo and Naniwa.)
  508. (However, Gozu Tenno later synchronized with Susanoo.)
  509. (However, JNR, too, rudely ran their electric trains, pulled by electric locomotives, at a speed of 120km/h [the speed the Ministry of Railways permitted was 95km/h, at the field level].)
  510. (However, Manshu-in Temple is located nearer to the next stop--Shugakuin Station--than it is to Ichijoji Station.)
  511. (However, Namiemon SAKAIGAWA, the fourteenth, who had already received a yokozuna license from the Gojo family in 1877, had a yokozuna certificate issued to him from the Yoshida Tsukasa family.)
  512. (However, Tsurezuregusa was written about 150 years after the time of ISO no Zenji and Shizuka Gozen and its explanation lacks reliability.)
  513. (However, Yasuani and his legitimate son, Arikuni TSUCHIMIKADO died of sickness earlier than Yasukuni.
  514. (However, Yumiya had been used in Shinto rituals since the Heian period)
  515. (However, a large machine bow ignores the requirement of lightness (mobility).)
  516. (However, a recent in-depth study has revealed the cause of the destruction of Azuchi Castle to be the intrusion of natives aiming to plunder it.)
  517. (However, according to Bukoyawa (one of the family genealogies), Mitsunari insisted on the innocence of Hidetsugu.)
  518. (However, according to another theory, this is the death haiku (Japanese poem) of Toshizo HIJIKATA himself.)
  519. (However, after the Russo-Japanese War, they were adopted into the school education system for its educational value in fostering Japanese spirit, rather than a mere skill, and were established as Budo [martial arts].)
  520. (However, another theory suggests that Shigemasa built the castle.)
  521. (However, as mentioned above, attention should be paid to the fact that Butsubachi is the punishment given naturally because of the violation of truth enlightened by Buddha and is not given by Buddha and others even within the religious sects and groups which preach Butsubachi.
  522. (However, as previously described, there are the views and opinions across the country that doubt the credibility of the "Kojiki" and the "Nihonshoki" or that are different from this article about the origin the legend of Momotaro since the legends are creation in later years after all.
  523. (However, as the Muromachi bakufu, unlike the Kamakura bakufu, and the Northern Court (Imperial Court) were placed in the same city (Kyoto), the Muromachi bakufu did not need a liaison office, unlike for the Rokuhara tandai.)
  524. (However, at present the relationship between Ryuko, Keishoin and Shorui Awaremi no Rei is rejected.)
  525. (However, cold coffee recently became established in urban areas of the United States as a result of the success of Starbucks Coffee.)
  526. (However, directivity for this world is not inherent with the Nichiren sects but is seen in the Shingon and Tendai sects.)
  527. (However, especially the Yamatai-koku and Himiko's identity often became the subject of fiercer debate and the reliability is questionable as similar to the previously mentioned legend of Momotaro.)
  528. (However, even during the late Edo period, some people had already come to call them budo.)
  529. (However, for business use a pure formulation of glutamic acid is provided for Chinese restaurants and others.)
  530. (However, he apparently liked to drink herbal liquor made from herbs and chrysanthemums).
  531. (However, he dispatched 600 soldiers with his uncle Heizaemon SASSA as reinforcement) after the death of Katsuie, due to betrayal of the Maeda clan or pressure from the Uesugi family, Narimasa surrendered by making his daughter a hostage and taking the tonsure.
  532. (However, his appointment as kanpaku and head of the Fujiwara clan was postponed until after his signing of the official document.)
  533. (However, his eldest son Tadataka remained as Sadaijin until 1211).
  534. (However, in 1994, plant opals or cell components, from leaves, etc., of gramineous plants were found inside the fragments of earthware from the Minamimizote site located in Soja City, Okayama Prefecture, which was classified as a site from the end of the Jomon period.)
  535. (However, in a retrospective essay of the screenwriter Yoshio SHIRASAKA, he wrote that 'KINOSHITA was famous for being gay and all of his assistant directors were beautiful young men.')
  536. (However, in order for FUJIWARA no Kenshi, a nyogo of Emperor Shirakawa, to become an empress, she received the title of nyoin and did not receive a title of inbun zuryo (a head of administrative supervisors for a Imperial Palace), it maybe because she was not the empress dowager.)
  537. (However, in some towns, provision of tiled roofs was promoted or obligatory, for fire prevention.)
  538. (However, in the "Eiga Monogatari" (the Tale of Glory), it is described that 'Imperial Princess Keishi was treated kindly as a noble.')
  539. (However, in the case of Princess Shoshi, some say that she was made Nyoin as a means to open up the empress position so there could be a new empress)
  540. (However, it has been held only during competition at the Chiba Prefecture Shooting Range.)
  541. (However, it included outlands in Settsu and Kawachi Provinces).
  542. (However, it is a commonly accepted theory that the Taika Reforms Edict was created in later years.)
  543. (However, it is controversial whether the Tachikawa-ryu should really be seen as heresy, because there remained no books on the side of Tachikawa-ryu although there remained many books on the side of oppressors of Tachikawa-ryu.)
  544. (However, it is difficult to assert that sandwich box lunch had never been produced before 1898.)
  545. (However, it is said that Ok-gyun KIM's wife and their children were protected by Japan.)
  546. (However, it is said that after Sumori Sanmi made love with Kaoru and bore him a son, she retired into a secluded life, so she was quite different from Ukifune in the present text of The Tale of Genji at this point.)
  547. (However, it was actually sponsored by the British envoy and his wife.)
  548. (However, it was mostly the schools of "otoko naginata" (men's naginata) that participated in the process of establishing the naginata wielding techniques.)
  549. (However, one theory suggests that Akihiro-o may have belonged to the O clan before his accession to the position of Jingi haku.)
  550. (However, recently a school gate and security gate were built for security purposes.)
  551. (However, research activities was continuously conducted at Beppu-onsen Hot Spring, where the big-scale facilities for sick and wounded soldiers were operated by Army/Navy, and Misasa-onsen Hot Spring by establishing a hot spring hospital and in cooperation with neighboring universities.)
  552. (However, some critics comment that understanding of the leading parts is too sweeping.)
  553. (However, some disagree with the idea that she was the mother of Nobumasa.)
  554. (However, some of Ujinori's children survived by entering the priesthood where they were put under the patronage of the bakufu.)
  555. (However, some suggest that this episode is very similar to those about the sister of Shigezane SAITO, who became the wife of Joun TAKAHASHI, and Kenshoin, the wife of Katsutoyo YAMAUCHI, that it may have been a story created later.)
  556. (However, some theories say that this indicated not a ban of the Sugoroku but the Cloistered Emperor's dice rolling technique.)
  557. (However, strictly saying, the Jodo sect was established at the end of the Heian period.)
  558. (However, the Toyotomi clan could control the Tokugawa clan while Toshiie Maeda was alive, because Toshiie could compete with Ieyasu: if Toshiie had not passed away only eight months after Hideyoshi's death, Ieyasu might have had difficulty in gaining control of the government.)
  559. (However, the above-mentioned description in the former work was only based on the subjectivity of the author, while the latter work was a book filled with sarcasm and slander regarding people living in various areas.)
  560. (However, the actual whirling current in the Naruto Strait is spinning counterclockwise, in a direction opposite to the Japanese hiragana character of 'の')
  561. (However, the buildings were knocked down again after the Meiji Restoration, so the ones we can currently see were reconstructed sequentially in 1979.)
  562. (However, the character 秀 (hide) in Hidetada was given by Hideyoshi from his name same as in Hideyasu MATSUDAIRA.
  563. (However, the earlier part of 'All civil and military officials and the common people as well shall be allowed to fulfill their aspirations' was taken directly from Fukuoka's original wording).
  564. (However, the female line continued through the Imperial Princess Teishi of Kenshi to Emperor Gosanjo)
  565. (However, the pieces of flint were not the ones given by his aunt.)
  566. (However, the system was changed to using different shades to distinguish between 'Greater' and 'Lesser' after the twelve cap rank system had already been established.)
  567. (However, the term could also be used on messengers dispatched by the Imperial Court to the bakufu in Kamakura.)
  568. (However, the vehicles operate on a general tour during off-days.)
  569. (However, there appears another theory that coins which were conventionally considered to be Ogiwara-sen and Yotsuho-sen were minted in a different period.)
  570. (However, there is a description of 'Mr. KANENAGA donating Sobakiri' on the list of donations for cerebrating the completion of restoration work of a building in early 1574, which suggests that Sobagaki was cut in thin noodle-shape at that time.)
  571. (However, there is no problem to use karaki butsudan (rare foreign wood alter) or contemporary-style butsudan.)
  572. (However, there is the story that Yoshishige probably didn't know this. Refer to the article of Mancio ITO for details.)
  573. (However, there was Princess Senshi who married FUJIWARA no Norimichi among princesses.)
  574. (However, these classification show the difference of shooting styles and not necessarily the difference of the schools.)
  575. (However, these theories include some opinions stating that the Ezo in the Medieval period were not simply Ainu but latter-day Japanese.)
  576. (However, they still do their original business on some occasions.)
  577. (However, they submitted an oath stated 'I hereby agree not to leak any confidential information during my duties to any third parties including my family' when they became the oniwaban.
  578. (However, this cannot be done now due to the introduction of the perfect seniority system.)
  579. (However, this case applies to the US armed forces only, and the title Marshal is used to refer to "Gensui" in European nations.
  580. (However, this duty was not necessarily a common responsibility for Kosho.)
  581. (However, this episode in Izumo is not told at all as a story about Yamato Takeru no Mikoto.)
  582. (However, this excludes buses starting from the No. 7 stop and bound for Gidai (Nagaoka University of Technology)/Nagamine-Danchi (residential complex)/Rekishi Hakubutsukan (Niigata Prefectural Museum of History) via Choseibashi (bridge)/Ote Ohashi (bridge)).
  583. (However, this remark was only written in "Horyakukanki" [A History Book of the 14th century in Japan] and his kishomon [sworn oath] was submitted two months after the incident of the Soga brothers, so this story could be a lie or even a dark plot by Masako.)
  584. (However, unlike in the episode of the drama mentioned above, the captain let the suspect who belonged to an organized crime syndicate meet his visitors not in the interview room, but in the interrogation room as he thought that he might gain information instrumental to the future investigation.
  585. (However, with the exception of Azuchi, rakuichi (free markets) were already being held in these locations.
  586. (Hyuga of Chikushi where tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess) occurred is Hinata-toge Pass between Fukuoka City and Maehara City, and Takachiho refers to Mt. Takasu in Maehara City).
  587. (I could not untie the cord in the daytime, but perhaps because I will meet my husband, in the evening it will be easier to untie.)
  588. (I won the affections of Yasumiko--the same Yasumiko whom anyone said was unreachable.)
  589. (I would gladly give my life for my son, but then if I have to part from my son as a result, that would be sad, too.)
  590. (Iemitsu TOKUGAWA)
  591. (Ienaga is chronologically thought to have been brothers with Hirotaka SHO and researchers assume that Hirotaka was the second son of Iehiro.)
  592. (Ieshige TOKUGAWA)
  593. (Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's letter to Masamune dated October 24, 1600)
  594. (Ieyasu TOKUGAWA)
  595. (Ieyasu's letter to Masamune dated October 15)
  596. (If he was supposed to die at the age of forty-seven, he should had been born in 1577, which conflicts with the fact his father Yoshihide died in 1569.)
  597. (If the method is reviewed, the previously collected data need to be updated for consistency.)
  598. (If you sleep in your clothes when on a journey and the cord of your garment becomes broken, sew it back on the garment yourself with this needle.)
  599. (Ihakase [Doctor of Medicine] of Tenyakuryo taught until then.)
  600. (Ikegami, Ota Ward, Tokyo Prefecture)
  601. (Ikuno Incident)
  602. (Imperial Princess Kinshi in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts entered into the Imperial Court after Emperor Kogon abdicated the throne.)
  603. (Important cultural assets) Kyakuden, five Buddhist statues, five paintings, etc.
  604. (Improvement needed)
  605. (In "Gukansho," Tameyoshi is described as having made three plans, such as a preemptive attack to occupy the Imperial Palace.)
  606. (In "Nihonkoku genzaisho mokuroku" (Catalogue of Present Books in Japan), made in the Heian period, Rintoku reki and Giho reki were two different calendars, each having its own entry.)
  607. (In "Ryoma ni omakase!" (Leave things to Ryoma) and "Getsumeiseiki - Sayonara Shinsengumi", the depiction of Okita was closer to the above.)
  608. (In "Tempyo no Iraka" [The Roof Tile of Tempyo], a novel written by Yasushi INOUE, the ship came down to Okinawa, but was stranded when sailing out.
  609. (In "The Shotokutaishi-Denryaku" [Biography of Shotokutaishi], it is said that Ichii was under Umako's orders).
  610. (In "Uji Shui Monogatari," the name of the monk is 'Moren, and in "Konjaku Monogatari," it is 'Myoren [明練].')
  611. (In 1295, Shinran's image was enshrined in the hall, which came to be called "Otani eido".)
  612. (In 1312 he put up the framework of 'Senju-ji Temple' but it was removed by Eizan's opposition.)
  613. (In 1312, he posted the name "Senju-ji," but the people of Enryaku-ji Temple opposed it and the name was taken down.)
  614. (In 1628, the lord of the Shiroishi-jo Castle Shigenaga KATAKURA conducted the development of a new rice field, and newly acquired the territory of worth 1,000 koku.)
  615. (In 1671, the clan was deprived of its position, privileges and properties due to the Date Sodo and its family line was extinguished)
  616. (In 1699, the clan was deprived of its position, privileges and properties due to the Date Sodo and its family line was extinguished)
  617. (In 1872, the railway between Shinbashi and Yokohama was started.)
  618. (In 1874, the railway netween Osaka and Kobe was started.)
  619. (In 1889, Tokaido Main Line was completed.)
  620. (In 1892, the Railroad Construction Law was promulgated and the 'Railway Commitee' was established.)
  621. (In 1913, the Bureau of Religions was transferred to the Ministry of Education and its position lowered.)
  622. (In 1913, the Hyuzan-kai exhibition changed its name from 'ヒュウザン会' to 'フュウザン会' [both are pronounced hyuzan-kai but in different spellings] at the second exhibition and with the former name, there were only two exhibitions held).
  623. (In 1996, some pieces of earthenware were excavated.)
  624. (In 2001, according to the analysis of the soil components of the earthenware, there is no similar instance among the earthenware produced in Japan, therefore the excavated earthenware pieces were identified that they had been produced with the techniques and methods invented in the Korean Peninsula.)
  625. (In 2005) It is said that the decrease of domestic consumption of sake was one of the backgrounds.
  626. (In 2007, it returned its dealership to Nestle.)
  627. (In Chinese, 吾全不知)
  628. (In Chiyoda-ku, the six districts, from Ichiban-cho to Rokuban-cho [from the first district to the sixth district], whose names are related to the six residential sites, still remain.)
  629. (In England and other countries)
  630. (In Hongan-ji school, cakes and fruits are also served other than small rice cakes. Ryoguzen tray (one of Buddhist alter fittings) should not be used.)
  631. (In Hosoi's view Empress made Prince Shirakabe her successor at the final stage to prevent 'enthronement of the Emperor by the whole body of officials'.)
  632. (In Mibu gishiden, Jiro ASADA put forward a theory of Hajime SAITO's responsibility as a member of Goryo eji (Kodaiji temple sect).
  633. (In Morihei's words, 'Aiki is love.')
  634. (In OKUBO's letter dated October 25, 1870 to Tomomi IWAKURA, OKUBO pointed his finger at GO and mentioned, "I shall dismiss him from the office or transfer him.")
  635. (In Okinawa, "pito" was used for expressing whales and the like as a whole, without differentiating dolphins from whales, and it is not certain whether dolphin meat was handled separated from whale meat.)
  636. (In Omi, the reason for capital relocation is unknown, and seta contained in the name of Setanokarahashi Bridge comes from Seta station [Kumamoto Prefecture]).
  637. (In Samurai society, the act of slapping someone's head with a Sensu was an extreme insult.
  638. (In Shuseiketsu's "Shigen gyokukan," he describes how it is possible to handle up to four variables by using a two-dimensional array, but it was not possible to expand the system any further than that.)
  639. (In Tanabe City, Wakayama Prefecture, there is a Kiitanabe Station (Kisei Main Line); it is possible that the addition of 'Kii', the old name for the Wakayama area, to the name of the station was a decision by the administration of the West Japan Railway to avoid duplicate station names.)
  640. (In Tokyo, it is said that an executive used to patronize a rakugoka, take care of him by 'making him shinuchi,' and kept him under his control for the rest of his life.)
  641. (In a private collection in Gifu Prefecture) Image of Enmaten, color on silk; Image of Aizen Myoo, color on silk; Horokaku Mandala, color on silk; Unryu Zu, by Oukyo MARUYAMA; Copper Statue of Standing Bodhisattva
  642. (In addition to conventional soprano, it developed three types of taishogoto, alto, tenor and bass, in the latter half of the 1970's.)
  643. (In addition to this, 'the Ise group' can be another group according to another theory)
  644. (In addition, Yodogimi played by Baiko ONOE the seventh and Izu no kami played by Uzaemon ICHIMURA the 17th) It was planned to record the performance of Senshuraku (the last day of a performance) in the film at that time.
  645. (In addition, Yozan UESUGI came to be enshrined with Kagekatsu UESUGI, Kanetsugu NAOE and others in Matsugasaki-jinja Shrine.)
  646. (In addition, a film for a news show has left the scene that the Imperial couple and the persons concerned are evacuating after being hurled the Molotov cocktail).
  647. (In addition, during the Heian period it was common among the aristocracy to have marriages where a man married into his wife's family which meant the residence was handed down from the family to the wife).
  648. (In addition, he was primarily in charge of the interpretation, script and composition of about twenty documentaries up until "One Hundred Years of Japanese Cinema" in 1995.)
  649. (In addition, it may be played in the musicians' box.)
  650. (In addition, on October 4, Arashiyama Station held an unveiling ceremony for the panel, combined with a 'ceremony to commemorate the station's number of footbath users passing the 300,000 mark.')
  651. (In ancient times, however, Saio did not necessarily exist under the reigns of all the successive emperors.)
  652. (In another opinion, the nuhi system had already been abolished in the Kanpyo era at the end of the ninth century.)
  653. (In both cases, the Imperial mausolea that are told to be of their burial sites are found near the remains of Saigu.)
  654. (In case if Masamune looses against the bakufu army, he was going to commit suicide at the Zuigan-ji Temple in Matsushima).
  655. (In case of a complex, without passing a common corridor, one have no access to an individual house.)
  656. (In case of grilling a whole piece, simply grill it until its skin gets completely charred, and then remove the charred skin before seasoning.)
  657. (In contrast) those guys (rich masters) wear better kimono and obi.
  658. (In contrast, some people say minka are alive and change, and those changes themselves show their history.)
  659. (In detail and for later events, see the article of Kyudo-shi)
  660. (In fact, "Shirojiro" means "the second son of Shiro.")
  661. (In fact, Wakoku sent an envoy to Sui in 600.
  662. (In fact, before the construction of the neighboring Nagaokakyo Municipal Nagaoka Dai-san Elementary School, most of the land on which it stands belonged to the temple.)
  663. (In fact, given Nobunaga's military situation where he was still surrounded by Uesugi, Takeda and Mori, the peace was not bad for himself.)
  664. (In fact, it was 500 years later that the Shingon sect argued against 'Shingon-shu miketsumon.')
  665. (In fact, once battle is joined, the description continues only a few pages before the Taira clan is annihilated.)
  666. (In fact, the Washio family was extinguished during Takayasu's generation and reemerged only at the beginning of the Edo Period.)
  667. (In fact, the emperor who took over the throne at the old age next to Emperor Konin is the present 125th Emperor.
  668. (In fact, the origins of the other gods are often invalid except for the similarities among names.)
  669. (In honzen ryori [a highly ritualized form of serving Japanese cuisine], there is fried cake called "suzuributa" that is meant to be taken with guests when they leave.)
  670. (In idle conversation, Ieyasu mentioned a man from his childhood called Mataemon.
  671. (In its alternative versions, Kingo Rikosho [Soteki ASAKURA's hints for military commanders] and Soteki Yawa [Soteki ASAKURA's posthumous advice], Yoshimoto is mentioned as Imagawa-dono [Lord Imagawa].)
  672. (In its narrow sense, shosoin monjo refers to documents created by the Sutra copying office located in Chuso [the middle section] of Todai-ji Temple.)
  673. (In local areas, they order by saying something like 'Obachan! "niku tama soba de ika" irete yaite ya,' meaning 'I'd like my okonomiyaki with meat, egg, soba and squid, please."')
  674. (In many cases, these products are generally called "Ajinomoto," but this name is registered trademark exclusively used by Ajinomoto Co., Inc.)
  675. (In most of these routines a character who is a great fan of kabuki improvises a kabuki play).
  676. (In one instance, daigaku daijo [chancellors of universities] Hiroyuki KATO [later president of Tokyo University]) was accused by danjodai and suspended because he was absent from the event of tencho setsu (the birthday of the reigning emperor).
  677. (In order of establishment)
  678. (In other words, this theory regards Onogoro-jima Island as an imaginary island.)
  679. (In reality, he took the Calmotin into the mountains and disemboweled himself with the knife.)
  680. (In samurai families, first names (`given names`) are not passed down.
  681. (In sightseeing spots, the local frozen kamaage shirasu are sold as souvenirs.)
  682. (In some areas in Osaka cutlets are not cooked with the stock but are put on rice over which beaten eggs are poured.)
  683. (In some cases, another stone is provided forward of the mae-ishi.
  684. (In some cases, the Okaru actor wears his favorite long-sleeved kimono taking into account that the performance is a kind of musical drama, "keigoto".)
  685. (In that case, the title is 'Sogu II' [the Encounter II].)
  686. (In the "Kojiki," there was no description about Takenouchi no Sukune in the scene of the battle and all the achievements were credited to Takefuru Kuma.)
  687. (In the "Nihonshoki," Oousu no Mikoto was chosen as the general for the conquest in the eastern region at first, but he was seized with fear and fled.)
  688. (In the "Nihonshoki," Yamato Takeru no Mikoto had walked over the deity of Ibuki in serpent guise, and had had hail rained down upon him by the deity.)
  689. (In the "Nihonshoki," his brother, Oousu no Mikoto, is still alive.)
  690. (In the "Nihonshoki," it is clearly written that Yamato Takeru no Mikoto boasted, 'We can cross such a small sea in a single bound,' and that made the gods angry.)
  691. (In the "Nihonshoki," it is said that the father, the emperor, unable to eat and sleep well, commanded his subordinates to bury Yamato Takeru no Mikoto in the Nobono burial mound.)
  692. (In the "Nihonshoki," it records that the white bird flew from Nobono, by way of Yamato Kotohiki no hara (present-day Gose City in Nara Prefecture) to Kawachi Furuichi (present-day Habikino City in Osaka Prefecture).)
  693. (In the "Nihonshoki," it says that this episode occurred in Suruga Province, but the basic points are overall the same.)
  694. (In the "Nihonshoki," the route is quite different from above.)
  695. (In the "Nihonshoki," the same type of tale is seen in the article of Emperor Sujin as a story between Izumo no Furune and his younger brother Iiirine.)
  696. (In the "Nihonshoki," the story is almost the same except for the following: the head of Kumaso was Kawakami no Takeru (川上梟帥) alone, and the lines spoken sound more subordinate to the Imperial family than the ones in the "Kojiki.")
  697. (In the "Nihonshoki," there is no story of fratricide.)
  698. (In the August 16, 1444 section of "Yasutomi-ki")
  699. (In the Edo period, one could not write anti-bakufu scripts.)
  700. (In the Emperor Organ Theory, it was often claimed to have been including autocracy.)
  701. (In the Heian period sexual intercourse with Saigu itself was an absolute taboo.)
  702. (In the Kamigata area, this work (except for the drum and musical instruments) are done by employees of yose called 'ochako.'
  703. (In the Kofun period, there appeared to be not a few cases where alliance groups were given mirrors.)
  704. (In the Nihonshoki, he went up further north from Kazusa, as far as the Kitakami river basin (present-day Miyagi Prefecture) by sea.)
  705. (In the Tohoku and Hokuriku regions, due to the availability of meltwater, cultivable lands were made even larger if the temperature in the summer was appropriate.)
  706. (In the arufumi of the third volume, Susano gave birth of six male gods.)
  707. (In the case of the Tsushima Domain, lands appropriate for cropping were so scarce that they had to import rice from Yi Dynasty Korea.)
  708. (In the case of the rice price, fudasashi [a trader who received or sold rice preserved in a depository by the Edo Shogunate and domains on behalf of the government] and rice warehouse merchants were eligible for Haishakukin.)
  709. (In the city of Edo, Kiyokawa juku was the only juku where one person taught both academic learning and swordsmanship.)
  710. (In the event that the maccha tea coupon is lost, a replacement will be issued if temple staff are notified.)
  711. (In the explanatory note of the chapter Suetsumuhana in "The Tale of Genji," it was written that, Sengaikyo says there is a black-teeth country in which the women practice the custom of dyeing their teeth black.)
  712. (In the following text, "boy" and "girl" contain "baby boy" and "baby girl" respectively.)
  713. (In the historical drama 'The Eighth Shogun, Yoshimune,' there were many scenes suggesting Tsunayoshi's homosexuality.)
  714. (In the northeast of the crossing)
  715. (In the northwest of the crossing)
  716. (In the occasion of kuyo [a memorial service for the dead] held at Seijo-ji Temple, conferred by Zensaiin Imperial Princess Toshi).
  717. (In the order of the Japanese syllabary)
  718. (In the original, he was introduced as the second Hanzo.
  719. (In the past, Kyoto Stock Exchange was located in this area.
  720. (In the past, there was a bookstore and an optician's store on the fifth floor, but the bookstore was closed and the optician's store was vacated; today there aren't so many people on the fifth floor.)
  721. (In the revision in 1918, the assumption of Germany's victory and the military alliance between Germany and Russia in the First World War brought the problem to put the policy back on the drawing board due to the Russia Revolution.)
  722. (In the ritsuryo system, or the old system of Japanese government based on the penal and civil codes, government officials of the Fifth Rank and higher could wear raifuku and chofuku (clothes worn by the nobility when attending Court), while officials of the Sixth Rank and lower wore only chofuku.)
  723. (In the sense that the tokonoma gives direction to the indoor space, the tokonoma can be said to be equivalent to the mantelpiece of a Western-style room.)
  724. (In the southeast of the crossing)
  725. (In the southwest of the crossing)
  726. (In this case the pedestal was considered as the upper part of the human body), meaning the neck (head) is separated from the upper part of the body.
  727. (In this connection, it is written as 僧伽 [sougya] in Chinese characters, which has later changed into 僧 [sou, meaning a Buddhist priest] at present.)
  728. (In this method, Kansai-style eel that has not been steamed is used.)
  729. (In this process, both Kenjiro DEN who promoted compromise with the Katsura Cabinet and Yukio OZAKI who opposed to Den's idea were expelled from the party by their opponents.)
  730. (In this process, the 'papier-mache' maneki-neko is made by applying Japanese paper over a wooden mold.)
  731. (In this section, only those featuring well-known ninja [whether or not they actually existed] from the Warring State to early Edo Period are described as "jidaigeki")
  732. (In those days, however, the cabinet was different from the present system, and was a closed collegiate body within Daijokan.)
  733. (In view of the fact that many of the palaces in the Asuka period were destroyed by fire, there is an opinion that when the people were strongly dissatisfied with the government, they expressed their wishes by setting fire to the imperial palaces.)
  734. (Incidentally, 50,000 days elapsed from the proclamation of Kaiho Rei in July, 2008.)
  735. (Incidentally, Nagatoki KIYOOKA, who was Junii (Junior Second Rank), Sangi (councilor), and Shikibusho, was Nagayoshi KUWABARA's younger brother.)
  736. (Incidentally, Nagayoshi KUWABARA who was Shonii (Senior Second Rank), Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) and Shikibusho, was Nagatoki KIYOOKA's older brother.)
  737. (Incidentally, a repeating signal of the railway signal was installed in the outbound direction for the construction of this overpass.)
  738. (Incidentally, half century earlier, in 1428, when Rennyo stated that they would adopt 'Jodo Shinshu' as their sect's name, Emperor Gokomatsu had Shinran raise the framed imperial calligraphy 'the first gate of the Jodo Shinshu' at the temple gate of Konkai Komyo-ji Temple.)
  739. (Incidentally, the soy sauce referred to here was 'rich soy sauce' used to make miso paste, which was different from today's soy sauce, and modern soy sauce didn't start being made until the Edo period).
  740. (Incidentally, there was a social movement against the opening (see also "Railroad" and "Politics").
  741. (Included in the Gunsho ruiju [Collection of historical documents compiled by Hokiichi HANAWA], First Series, Jingi - gods of heaven and earth - Volume 13)
  742. (Includes printed text of the original, written with a brush, of memoirs by Shinpachi NAGAKURA, "Roshi Bunkyu Hokoku Kiji")
  743. (Includes the original text of "Roshi Bunkyu Hokoku Kiji")
  744. (Including private ones, KIT ranked the 3rd.)
  745. (Including the old genealogies of The Tale of Genji) The genealogies of The Tale of Genji consist of the following parts.
  746. (Industrial statistics ? individual item section) Both production volume and production value peaked in 1995 at 10,859 tons and 35.1 billion yen in 1997 respectively and has been declining since then.
  747. (Inform several candidates beforehand, and the shrine's Shinto priest will select the best name among them on the basis of Yin-Yang and the five elements.
  748. (Inscription on the Gwanggaeto Stele; the oldest engraved print found; it is identical to the one retrieved by the old Imperial Japanese Army; 'Put a period to the Debate about the Alteration'; the Yomiuri Shimbun, April 12, 2006, page 12.)
  749. (Instead, his alias name was described there)
  750. (Integrated in 1929) Genba => Bungobashi-cho
  751. (Integrated in 1929) Horinoue => 10-chome, Kyo-machi
  752. (Integrated in 1929) Kansuke => Tsuchibashi-cho, Komeya => Higashi Daimonji-cho, Higashi 8-chome => Nishi Daikoku-cho
  753. (Integrated in 1929) Minami Ura => Katahara-cho, Gofuku => Higashi Sakai-machi, Higashi Amagasaki => Nishi Amagasaki-cho, Nishi Hishiya => Nishi Daimonji-cho
  754. (Integrated in 1929) Shinshichi => Kannonji-cho
  755. (Integrated in 1929) Shumoku => Kamiaburakake-cho, Tanba => Yamazaki-cho
  756. (Intermission)
  757. (Interpretation)
  758. (Investigation of Engishiki-jinja shrine)
  759. (Isshi no hen)
  760. (Isshu) Koreya kono ikumo kaerumo wakaretewa shirumo shiranumo Osaka no seki
  761. (Issu) Michinoku no shinobumodisuri tareyueni midare somenishi ware naranakuni
  762. (Issu) Seohayami iwa ni sekaruru takigawa no waretemo sueni awantoso omou
  763. (Issu) Taki no otowa taete hisashiku narinuredo nakoso nagarete nao kikoekere
  764. (It accounts for less than a trillion yen in deposits in Kyoto City, but there are other bank branches, such as Mizuho Bank and Shiga Bank in Kyoto City, as well as many branches of The Nanto Bank, Ltd. in the southern part of Kyoto Prefecture.)
  765. (It also includes the title for classifying the order of program, like 'Waki Kyogen,' and therefore, this classification must be blamed for lacking the unity.)
  766. (It became Kyoto City Trams Fushimi Line a later year and was out of service in 1970.)
  767. (It became the origin of the place name of Yaizu City.)
  768. (It can be guessed that she was named Teiko in order to distinguish from her mother's name Sadako because they were written in the same Chinese characters.)
  769. (It can be guessed that this bleeding of tears showed her read face swollen with crying as if she bled tears, but some documents describe that she actually shed tears with blood, therefore, the truth is unclear.)
  770. (It can be said that, consequently, Japan's winning the Russo-Japanese War was the first victory by independent military forces of a colored country over a white country in modern times.)
  771. (It can be seen that it was only advocated by Marxist historians in the Showa period.)
  772. (It could be present-day Magarikawa-cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture.)
  773. (It departed Kisaichi Station at 11:07 and arrived at Tenmabashi Station at 11:44; in operation for the second time on a holiday)
  774. (It departed Kisaichi Station at 9:33 and arrived at Tenmabashi Station at 10:14; in operation for the first time on a holiday)
  775. (It does not mean that nobody used a Japanese sword as a main weapon.)
  776. (It had been believed that Ujinao, his pro-Tokugawa son, was put up, as Ujimasa was a war advocate and opposed to the total subordination to Hideyoshi, but this theory yields some questions since Ujimasa later informed his vassals and influential domain people that he would go up to the capital himself.)
  777. (It has been considered that it is likely or highly possible that Fujiwara no Takayoshi was among one of the groups that created this picture scroll.)
  778. (It has been said that the Hojo clan suffered a crushing defeat in the battle, but a recent study shows that the Takeda army also had a number of casualties, hence it is likely that the battle ended in a draw.)
  779. (It has traditionally been said that he was born in 1435, but according to recent researchers including Akira OMOTE, he was more likely to be born in 1451; therefore, both of the years are described here).
  780. (It is a superstition to believe that it was a descendant of Tadanaga TOKUGAWA's bereaved child, Choshichiro MATSUDAIRA.)
  781. (It is a traditional belief that the woman that pulls this rope would have an easy delivery, so many young women participate in this event.)
  782. (It is a world without any changes, especially a steady world without the law of cause and effect or a world which can be said to have no time base in a certain part.)
  783. (It is actually a few days out, however. See the "Daytime (astronomy)" article for details.)
  784. (It is also called 'Wadake Bunsho' (Wada family documents).
  785. (It is also necessary to take into account the teppo used by the Tokugawa family).
  786. (It is also said that KONDO's temporary insolent behavior was incited by Kanryusai TAKEDA's misleading account that all the members respected him and thought of themselves as his vassals.)
  787. (It is also said that the 1660 transcription, the so-called "Yanagihara Kyuzobon" (a collection of books once possessed by the Yanagihara family), had three volumes because book 1 of 3 and book 2 of 3 are preserved, although nothing book 3 of 3 remained.)
  788. (It is also said that the Imperial Prince Koen is a fictitious person created to revere Kiyouji, the first Daiguji of the Munakata-taisha Shrine.)
  789. (It is also thought that kayo kyoku songs using yona nuki scale and kobushi were given the name 'enka' after enzetsuka came to be called 'folk' instead of enka.)
  790. (It is an established theory that what are called ancient Japanese characters are a pretense made by posterity), therefore Chinese characters were introduced from China.
  791. (It is assumed that the emperors in three eras of the Sengoku period did not abdicate because there wasn't sufficient financial strength for the Imperial Court to support it.)
  792. (It is assumed that the original text remained after the fair copy disappeared)
  793. (It is based on the fact that she didn't use polite expressions when she wrote, not only about her family but also about those who belonged to the upper classes.)
  794. (It is believed that Tamemitsu ran a smear campaign against Sanenobu's competitor, FUJIWARA no Sanesuke of the Ononomiya school, and brought a slanderous report to Kaneie - "Shoyuki", Diary of FUJIWARA no Sanesuke).
  795. (It is believed that hearing witnesses were not used for a legitimate wife of a shogun.)
  796. (It is believed that there were castle walls, which were not seen in the capital of the Yamato kingship, in the vicinity of Miyakonojo).
  797. (It is believed that they were not considered as busho who managed the main issue.)
  798. (It is called Koyo Paradise hereinafter.)
  799. (It is called Shinjin shoin [Faith is the proper cause.], Shomyo hon [Invocation is to repay the benevolence.])
  800. (It is certain she was not at least a female office concubine).
  801. (It is commonly thought that Josui daringly chose Hideyoshi in spite of admitting the ability of Nobunaga because he could not get an opportunity to show his ability as a strategist under Nobunaga.)
  802. (It is considered that the description specifying 'Monjodo' as the subject name was caused by a confusion in and after the Meiji period).
  803. (It is considered to be possibly present Mise Town or Shirakashi cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture.)
  804. (It is described in the notes of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan)), one of Iwanami-bunko Series, that the above are based on "Kugyobunin" (directory of court nobles).)
  805. (It is estimated that such coins were actually used as currency until around the mid-Meiji period.)
  806. (It is estimated that they mobilized as many as 15,000 men).
  807. (It is fun to see a lovely maiko playing a tiger or a man of stout build walking totteringly, playing an old woman.)
  808. (It is generally believed that it was held under the auspices of Prime Minister Hirobumi ITO and his wife.)
  809. (It is highly possible that in both the cases ojiya had been introduced by the missionaries from Seville and Andalusia.
  810. (It is inferred from the artifacts that the ditches were used as a drainage channels of the palace.)
  811. (It is known because of the Otani Sobyo grave [Higashi Otani] which is said by the Shinshu sect Otani school [Higashi Hongan-ji Temple] to be the graveyard of the founder Shinran.)
  812. (It is not a physical term, and generally written in the katakana syllabary as 'ウラシマ' (Urashima).
  813. (It is planned to stay up until March 2009.)
  814. (It is popularly called the Gala Yuzawa line.) (Operated by JR East)
  815. (It is present Muro, Gose City, Nara Prefecture.)
  816. (It is said that "Tamago-toji-Katsudon" (Donburimono with pork cutlet cooked with egg on cooked rice) was introduced in 1921, which remains uncertain.)
  817. (It is said that Hatsuhana was missing after the death of Tadanao; so MATSUDAIRA Bitchu no kami (Governor of Bitchu Province) presented Hatsuhana that the Echizen family had originally owned to the Shogun family in1689.)
  818. (It is said that Yoshimitsu was planning to make the authority of the Chrysanthemum Throne his own and his giving an important role to onmyoji was aimed at seizing the responsibility for religious services performed in the Imperial Court.)
  819. (It is said that after that, he married 6 wives and had 24 sons and daughters, and a child of one of them, which means one of his grandchild, ascended the throne.)
  820. (It is said that an eel vendor consulted Gennai about not being able to sell eels during summer, then the vendor was given a piece of paper that said 'midsummer day of the ox,' told to put it up as a sign, and the eels started to sell.)
  821. (It is said that for the kabayaki to be born and to be completed in its current form, it was necessary for seasoning ingredients, such as soy sauce, mirin, rice wine and a sweetener, such as sugar, to be widely available, along with the technique to fillet live eels.)
  822. (It is said that he composed a Japanese poem, 'Compared to my flaming thoughts, smoke of Mt. Sakurajima is but a wisp' on this occasion.)
  823. (It is said that he fasted and decided there was no need for him to live any longer, he then put a red hot rock on the top of his head and died.)
  824. (It is said that he was thirty years of age.)
  825. (It is said that it was only a formal procedure for his sons to have given them territories, and both Hideyori and Tadateru were treated coldly by him for their entire lives).
  826. (It is said that the execution was to shut the mouth of Koma so that he couldn't speak of the assassination of Emperor Sushun.)
  827. (It is said that this may be the origin of the term of Sannen-zaka Slope (a three-year slope literally)).
  828. (It is said that this was to get Tsunayoshi to learn his place as a younger brother and not to act disrespectfully to Ietsuna.)
  829. (It is said that upland rice has existed for about 3500 years, but there is another theory of about 6000 years.)
  830. (It is said to be a popular, believed story, there was no corroboration, and some people also say that he was mocking himself)
  831. (It is said to have been executed due to his strong urging, and there is a written document which includes the words "Sanshichi-sama [Nobutaka] went to Shikoku, which he had wanted to do for a long time" in the Jingu Library).
  832. (It is speculated that the Soga clan became one of the noble families from which the Emperor's wives were chosen by virtue of their blood ties and the fact that Umako's primary residence (Ubusuna) was in Katsuragi-ken, and Iname's wife was also from Katsuragi.)
  833. (It is the only place that engraves letters on bokuto in front of customers.)
  834. (It is thought this historical episode later served as the inspiration for the scene in the "Tale of Genji" where Lady Rokujo accompanies her daughter Empress Akikonomu to Ise.)
  835. (It is thought to have been used to hold cars for rust removal.)
  836. (It is to the right side of the Japanese drum surface that can be seen in the background of the photograph in the upper part of the page.)
  837. (It is unclear, however, how much of such a secrecy had been kept intact.)
  838. (It is unclear, however, whether KURA no Myobu was ISE no Taifu's mother.)
  839. (It is very difficult for Indians to understand that, in Japan, the ancestor worship of Shinto is mixed with Buddhism as 'my dear ancestors.')
  840. (It is, however, academically unsound to interpret the name according modern Japanese standards, as opposed to ancient Japanese phonology.)
  841. (It later became a part of 'Hikari' [Licht in German], a very long opera which requires seven days to perform, on which he spent approximately 30 years for its completion in 2003.)
  842. (It looks as if it stopped.)
  843. (It means the outside is hard and the inside is soft.)
  844. (It occurs only when an umeboshi is actually placed in the mouth and an acid taste is experienced; particularly, foreigners who rarely eat umeboshi don't experience an increase in saliva.)
  845. (It reveals that there were a wide variety of craftsmen across many different fields and products totaling over 300 kinds in the Kyo.)
  846. (It says that the bird built tombs at these three places.)
  847. (It says that there was a rebellion again in the Kyushu region where his father, the emperor had subjugated once, and the emperor dispatched the 16-year-old Ousu no Mikoto to subdue it.)
  848. (It seemed an impossible request on first glance, but on the other hand, Kenji NOGUCHI and a few others survived in 'Shinsengumi!' while they had been in fact killed historically. There was a precedent of Tokisuke HOJO in "Tokumune HOJO (NHK Historical drama)".)
  849. (It seems to have been thought in Japan that drinking milk was equivalent to killing because milk is supposed to be drunk by calves)
  850. (It should be noted that the third shogun of the Tokugawa family was also a descendant of the Oda family. Therefore, it could be said that Hideyoshi's will was fulfilled, in a sense.)
  851. (It should be noted that the young Toshiie described in this scene is in the same composition as Toshiie in the picture of triumphantly returning from Okehazama in which Toshiie is riding a horse with a lot of severed enemy heads hanging on the spear point and around his waist.)
  852. (It should be noted that when Sadataka met with Nagayoshi in 1551, an incident of an attempted assassination on Nagayoshi arose.)
  853. (It should be noted, however, that since the word "mara," which means 'obstacles to practicing buddhism,' was introduced to Japan together with Buddhism and only later came to be used as another word for penis, this theory is an invention by more recent generations.)
  854. (It was also said that she was killed by her brother Tadanaka MIZUNO.)
  855. (It was because Kashitaro ITO testified that the scabbard left in the scene was Harada's. They also heard the assassin say "Konakuso! (Damn!)" with an accent of Iyo Province.)
  856. (It was because their grandmother was a sister of MONONOBE no Moriya.)
  857. (It was designated as an important cultural property in 1909.)
  858. (It was established in 1915 which does not necessarily coincide with the year when it started to serve katsudon.)
  859. (It was exhibited at the Edo-Tokyo Museum in 2008 for the first time in Japan.)
  860. (It was included in "Kinsei Buke Shiso" [Warrior Ideology in early-modern times] by Iwanami Shoten, Publishers.)
  861. (It was interesting that Okakura mentioned in 'Cha no Hon' that the experience that closely resembled 'sado' for European and Americans was the 'consideration of the host during a tea party' and was the 'essence of sado apart from tea.')
  862. (It was not until the year 2001 that they finally realized that fact)
  863. (It was only Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Chikako who grew up).
  864. (It was originally named Goshoden, and the fact that they were engaged in the construction of the shrine is evidence that the family were the recipients of special treatment by the Imperial Court.)
  865. (It was played in the 1930s, too.) The four-stringed biwa with more than a dozen frets that was introduced to the Ming Dynasty had been handed down in Vietnam and it is written biwa but pronounced as 'tipa.'
  866. (It was recorded as well that he escaped danger thanks to the sacrifice of his consort Oto Tachibana Hime.)
  867. (It was said in "The Tale of the Heike" that she died in February in 1191.)
  868. (It was said that the portrait was based on Tsugumichi's head and Iwao OYAMA's body.)
  869. (It was settled on the condition that the Edo shogunate that ordered to expel the barbarians should pay reparations to England, the United States, France, and the Netherlands).
  870. (It was the Tokugawa side that proposed an assault on the fort of Mt. Tobigasu).
  871. (It's not required that the customer be a foreigner if they understand English completely.)
  872. (Items not denoted on the label)
  873. (Items to be denoted on the label)
  874. (Its jigo is described below.)
  875. (Its name was changed into Shuko Fudoku Yochiji Hogokai in 1908.)
  876. (Iwataki Factory Station) - Nodagawa Station - Mitoya Station - Tango Yotsutsuji Station - Kyoto Prefectural Kayadani-kotogakko-mae Station - Migochiguchi Station - Migochi Station - Kaya Station - (Oe-yama Mine Station)
  877. (Iwato-gakure (the hiding of Amaterasu Omikami, the sun goddess, in the heavenly rock cave))
  878. (JR) Katsuragawa Station, which opened in the fall of 2008, is about 600 meters away from the station.
  879. (JR) Nara Line
  880. (JR) Nara Line - the station of origin
  881. (JR) Sanin Main Line: Enmachi Station
  882. (January 12) Jugoinoge
  883. (January 22) Bungo no kami (governor of Bungo Province)
  884. (January 27) benkan
  885. (January 6) Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade)
  886. (January 7) Junii (Junior Second Rank)
  887. (Japanese Cancer Association in 1981)
  888. (Japanese pharmacy regards a leaf and a branch of chirimen-jiso (shiso with a narrow meaning, scientific name: P. frutescens var. crispa f. crispa) as 'soyo.'
  889. (Japanese soy sauce is different from that in China and Korea both in the taste and in the way it is produced.)
  890. (Jimon-ha)
  891. (Jinbaori (sleeveless campaign jacket worn over armor) with Takeda bishi (the crest of the Takeda family) still exists.)
  892. (Jinin, jinnin) Low-ranking Shinto priests and yoriudo serving the shrine to perform chores and duties.
  893. (Jinto: also written as 矢頭) was different from Kabura, however, since they are somewhat similar in their appearance, Jinto was often confused with Kabura.
  894. (Jintoya) is an arrow with Jinto installed at its tip.
  895. (Jiutai [Noh chorus] and kokata sing on the stage)
  896. (Jodo Shinshu Sect denies a superstition deriving from a pun of shi (four) meaning shi (death).)
  897. (Joken NISHIKAWA) - Masayoshi NISHIKAWA - Tadataka NISHIKAWA
  898. (July 27) The Emperor ordered Sonohito to regulate the old capital of Heijo.
  899. (July 28, Kayanoin hogandai (an administrative official of the Retired-Emperor's Office))
  900. (July 6, 1945-)
  901. (June 28) Minbukyo (Minister of Popular Affairs) as an additional post
  902. (June) submitted "Shinsen Shojiroku" (Newly Compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility) to the Emperor Saga with the Imperial Prince Manda and so on.
  903. (Jusei, Azai Tanba no kami's second daughter, Hyoegoro (兵衛五郎) AZAI's wife)
  904. (Kaburaya) refers to an arrow with Kabura fixed at its tip, and it also has Zoku.
  905. (Kagekatsu UESUGI or Kenshin UESUGI)
  906. (Kagekatsu was the second incumbent head of the Uesugi family, after Zenshu UESUGI, to take a woman born to the Takeda family as a lawful wife).
  907. (Kaisaku (to assist someone in committing hara-kiri by beheading him/her) was performed, and there was no big difference between a Zanshu (beheading) and Seppuku.)
  908. (Kaizuka Hongwan-ji Temple)
  909. (Kaki Koshuroku (Record of Summer Seminar), volume 2)
  910. (Kakuma issued Nishi's major work "Hyakuichi Shinron" [The New Theory of the Hundred and One] later).
  911. (Kama is the supreme god in Heaven, but please note that there are more worlds over heaven in Buddhism.)
  912. (Kaminchu) Shinto priests of indigenous faiths in Ryukyu/Okinawa.
  913. (Kanei shoka keizuden [The Genealogies of the Houses of the Kanei Period])
  914. (Kanmangi)
  915. (Kannabi)
  916. (Kanoeuma year register)
  917. (Kanryusai allegedly advised those including IBARAKI to desert Shinsengumi).
  918. (Kansuke YAMAMOTO is famous as a military strategist for Shingen, but his general images were created in the Edo period and later.
  919. (Kaoru INOUE and ITO returned in 1864.)
  920. (Kaoru, age 14 to 20, New Year's day)
  921. (Kaoru, age 14 to 23)
  922. (Kaoru, age 20 to 22, October)
  923. (Kaoru, age 23 in February to 24 in summer)
  924. (Kaoru, age 24 in spring to 26 in April)
  925. (Kaoru, age 24, from August to the year's end)
  926. (Kaoru, age 24, spring)
  927. (Kaoru, age 25, spring)
  928. (Kaoru, age 26, autumn)
  929. (Kaoru, age 27 in March to 28 in summer)
  930. (Kaoru, age 27, from spring to autumn)
  931. (Kaoru, age 27, spring)
  932. (Kaoru, age 28, summer)
  933. (Kashiwagi (The Oak Tree), Hanachirusato (Falling Flowers) (property of Book Stock of Sonkeikaku Bunko, Maedake-bon manuscript), Sawarabi (Bracken Shoots) (property of Tokyo National Museum, Hosaka-bon manuscript)
  934. (Katamori MATSUDAIRA)
  935. (Katatsuki is the type of a tea canister whose shoulder part has a square shape.)
  936. (Kawagoe Domain: Kawagoe-jo Catsle and Kozuke-no- kuni Umayabashi-jo Castle)
  937. (Kawamata-machi Oshimizu)
  938. (Kazumasa ISHIKAWA was a messenger on that occasion, which led to his connection with Hideyoshi.)
  939. (Keage Station -) Misasagi Station - Keihan Yamashina Station
  940. (Keichotsuho was minted by the Tokugawa clan in 1606 but the coins were never adequately circulated.)
  941. (Keisho?)
  942. (Kemari expert) Masatsuna ASUKAI
  943. (Ken)
  944. (Kenbishi-gata is found only in Imashirozuka-kofun Tumulus, Kawachi Otsukayama-kofun Tumulus, Mise Maruyama-kofun Tumulus, Toriya Misanzai-kofun Tumulus, and Kawarazuka-kofun Tumulus.)
  945. (Kibitsuhiko means 'powerful man of Kibi')
  946. (Kichiemon NAKAMURA, the first)
  947. (Kinchu Narabani Kuge Shohatto, Article 16)
  948. (Kisshoin Ishihara)
  949. (Kisshoin Shima)
  950. (Kiyotada AZAI's daughter, a lady-in-waiting for Tofukumon-in)
  951. (Ko [written as 江 or 督], later she was called Eyo, Hidetada TOKUGAWA's Midaidokoro [shogun or minister's wife], mother of Iemitsu TOKUGAWA and Tofukumon-in)
  952. (Kodaiin's adopted son, the son of Toshifusa KINOSHITA, the nephew of Kodaiin)
  953. (Kokugun System): Kuni, kori, and agata, the administrative units present until then, were reorganized into ryoseikoku (province) and its accompanying kori (subordinate administrative units).
  954. (Komon Guketsu (Kegi (the way Buddha guides people) of Komon School)
  955. (Korean literature on Wa and Wajin [Japanese people]) Later, artifacts of the Wakoku (Japan) were discovered in the excavation of the zenpo-koenfun (keyhole-shaped mound) in area of old Gaya (Mimana) in southern Korea.
  956. (Koresaki and his son Korekata ASO fled by themselves, turning to the Sagara clan, and the conflict officially ended in 1590 when Korekata swore loyalty to Koremitsu ASO.)
  957. (Koreyasu was made Imperial Prince to be dismissed from the office of Shogun and expelled to Kyoto).
  958. (Kotsuzumi-kata who is Shite, or the protagonist, is called Todori, which means the chief, and the remaining two are named Waki-tsuzumi, which stands for side hand-drum players.)
  959. (Kuge Nichiyo Kufu Shu)
  960. (Kumamoto Prefecture Education Board, November 11, 2005)
  961. (Kundaikansochoki was completed by Soami)
  962. (Kurohime is considered to have been a daughter of either HATA no Yashiro no Sukune or ASHIDA no sukune, and she is believed to have died abruptly in 404, allegedly due to god's curse.)
  963. (Kusuko Incident)
  964. (Kyoshi TAKAHAMA)
  965. (Kyoto -> Daimotsu-ura in Settsu Province -> Yoshino in Yamato Province)
  966. (Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry is leading efforts to operate pleasure boats along the whole course including tunnels and to revive the Incline as the main project for the commemoration of 'the 120th anniversary of the completion of Sosui' in 2010.)
  967. (Kyoto City Heiankyo Sosei-kan Museum) The Suzaku-oji Street is referred to as a government-run road in capitals of ancient East Asia under a street plan of ancient capital, which ran southward from the front of the Kyujo (place where Emperor lives) and Kanga (government office).
  968. (Kyoto National Museum collection) Wooden Masks of the 12 Devas - 7 masks
  969. (Kyoto Sanga depended on the ad rate for 63% of all the income in 2006, and this dependence was as prominent as that of Kawasaki in the J. League, but the ad rate per spectator was much more than that of Kawasaki.)
  970. (Kyoto University) Susumu TONEGAWA, Ryoji NOYORI
  971. (Last part)
  972. (Later Shoin said, 'I hold Katsura in high esteem.' Being master and pupil, they were also good friends to each other.)
  973. (Later its name was changed to 'Biwako Paradise,' but it closed down in December 1998.)
  974. (Later the Igakukan changed its name to Koseikan and became a prototype of the present Saga Prefectural hospital Koseikan.)
  975. (Later, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI constructed Osaka Castle in the area including the site of Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple.)
  976. (Later, Tadakuni was reappointed to be Roju temporarily.)
  977. (Later, because Kimurayama-jo Castle and other related castles were destroyed and Matsuyama-jo Castle continued to exist and enjoyed prosperity, the historical fact was reversed and, as a consequence, incorrect history was passed down to future generations.
  978. (Later, his father was killed in the Boshin War.)
  979. (Later, however, the procedure in which the family head was confirmed as alive became a matter of formality.)
  980. (Later, kanmotsu changed to nengu (land tax) and zatsueki to kuji (public duties).)
  981. (Later, the emperor decided on Takerube as a proxy for Yamato Takeru no Mikoto.)
  982. (Later, the graveyard of the Yasui family was moved to Joshin-ji Temple in Edo.)
  983. (Law of Handen Shuju (land ownership)): A family registration system of ancient times and keicho (yearly tax registers) were prepared and the state-owned public land was lent to the public.
  984. (Letters of '寛文' on the coin which were formed by combining '文' with '寛' on the front face indicated that the coin was minted in the Kanbun (displayed as 寛文 in Japanese) era.)
  985. (Life duration)
  986. (Likewise, his uncle Nobuzane KAWAKUBO was his sole relative killed in the Battle on Mt. Tobigasu).
  987. (Lineage of dharma (法脈): Honen⇒Shinran⇒Nyoshin⇒Kakunyo, lineage through blood: Shinran⇒Kakushinni⇒Kakue⇒Kakunyo)
  988. (List of thunder gods)
  989. (Location) Takenouchi-cho, Ichijoji, Sakyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City.
  990. (Ma or aida)
  991. (Maiko and geisha can continue registration over five years.)
  992. (Male deities are on the left while female deities are on the right.)
  993. (Many people who could not buy manuscripts got to know the tale through various kinds of digest of The Tale of Genji called 'kogaisho.')
  994. (Manzai - a comic dialogue) was more popular than rakugo in Osaka).
  995. (March 16) Dazai no shoni (Junior Assistant Governor-General of Dazai-fu offices)
  996. (March 18) gon-sangi
  997. (March 18, 1901 - December 19, 1990).
  998. (March 30) Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank)
  999. (Married the daughter of FUJIWARA no Yoshitada around the same year)
  1000. (Masaaki HATSUMI says that ninja hachimon are compulsory subjects to be a ninja regardless of the school.)

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