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  1. (Masamune's letter to Munenaga KOORI, Munenao SHIRAISHI and Munenao OJO dated October 9, 1600)
  2. (Masamune's letter to Saemon Munekatsu NAKAJIMA dated October 6)
  3. (Masamune's letter to Sokun IMAI dated October 14, 1600)
  4. (Masamune's letter to Sokun IMAI dated October 19, 1600)
  5. (Matasaburo Nobuhiro NOMURA, the twelfth died on December 12th 2007, aged 86.)
  6. (May 19) kotaishi no fu as an additional post
  7. (May 24) Sanyodo (Chugoku district on the coast of the Seto Inland Sea) kansatsushi (allocated in stead of Sangi)
  8. (May 25) Bicchu no kami (the governor of Bicchu Province)
  9. (Meaning of international law is explained, the source of law is made clear and summary is described.)
  10. (Meaning) everybody, make your own effort supporting each other based of the aim.
  11. (Meaning) our country is making unprecedented transformation and I, the Emperor take initiative to swear to God, establish this national policy and preserve all the people.
  12. (Meaning) the wish of the emperor is lofty which make us strongly impressed.
  13. (Meaning) this is exactly our urgent business of today and permanent base.
  14. (Meaning, someone who cannot measure the amount of soup suitable for his rice cannot assess the situation of his territory or vassals right.)
  15. (Meanwhile, Kanzamashi does not always result in Kankuzure.)
  16. (Meanwhile, after entering the Edo period, warriors had no chance to go to battle, and military arts changed, adding skills and generating various schools.)
  17. (Meanwhile, the Kamo clan also claimed their position in rekido: in the Kamakura period, when a member of the Abe clan was onmyo no kami, the Kamo clan insisted that the ceremony of goryaku no so (the annual presentation of the calendar to the emperor), which had been conducted mainly by onmyo no kami, should be conducted by reki hakase.
  18. (Meanwhile, there are descriptions in "Konjaku Monogatari shu" [a collection of anecdotes] and "Jinkokki" [a book in which geography, customs humanity of each province are written] that people who came from Ise Province plunder property even if they cheat their parents.)
  19. (Meetings were held in which all staff members participated, and opinions were exchanged with everyone exceeding their original positions.)
  20. (Mentioned below)
  21. (Merged in 1929) Higashi Sumiyoshi and Nishi Sumiyoshi => Sumiyoshi-cho, Kita Ebiya and Minami Ebiya => Ebiya-cho
  22. (Merged in 1929) Kamifuroya and Shimofuroya => Furoya-machi, Kaminanbu and Shimonanbu => Nanbu-cho, Kita Kume and Minami Kume => Kume-cho
  23. (Merged in 1929) Kamikitahama and Shimokitahama => Kitahama-cho
  24. (Merged in 1929) Sumizomeyoko, Shichiken, Nanshin => Sumizome-cho
  25. (Miguel CHIJIWA withdrew at this point.)
  26. (Ming Dynasty - Hongwu)
  27. (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries)
  28. (Mitsuhide AKECHI was given Tanba Province and then he made Kameoka City his base.)
  29. (Mitsunari may have said something to the effect that he would rather be caught by Yoshimasa than others.)
  30. (Miya Rebellion)
  31. (Miyakonojo was established 46 to 92 years earlier than Heijo-kyo (in 710), which was the first capital of jobosei [a series of avenues running at right angles to each other marked out the system] deploying Seicho (government office) in the north under the Yamato kingship.)
  32. (Mizushiro [castles on lakes or marshes for defensive reasons] or distinctive Korean-style mountain castles are mostly located in northern Kyushu).
  33. (Modern Japanese translation is excerpted from the translation version of "Gikeiki" (A Military Epic about the Life of Yoshitsune) by Taku TAKAGI published by Kawade Shobo) This poem was written based on MIBU no Tadamine's poem above.
  34. (Modern times)
  35. (Monthly income of the general public at that time was 18 yen to 25 yen.)
  36. (Montohakase (questioner) SUGAWARA no Fumitoki drew up Policy questions.
  37. (Moreover, because all trains stop at this station, inbound trains, in principle, don't come in on Platform 2.)
  38. (Moreover, it is known that a formula of the late dynastic story, i.e. an epigone of "The Tale of Genji," was due to the strong influence of Kaoru's character formation rather than that of Hikaru Genji (see also 'the third part' of the summary of each chapter of "The Tale of Genji").
  39. (Moreover, plant opals were also found from earthware of 4,500 years ago from the Himesasahara site in Mikamo, Maniwa City, Okayama Prefecture.)
  40. (Moreover, there is no direct relationship to Takada Honzan Senju-ji Temple of the same Jodo Shinsu sect.)
  41. (Moroe died with disappointment two years later at the age of 75.)
  42. (Most copper coins including Wado-kaichin were produced in western Japan such as Suo Province [Suzenji, Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Anyoji-cho, Chofu, Shimonoseki City]).
  43. (Motonari's appointment as Mutsu no Kami [Governor of Mutsu] and that of Takamoto as Aki no Kami [Governor of Aki Province] were made possible by their appeal to the central government around this time.)
  44. (Mt. Kankyo) Kasumigaura City, Ibaragi Prefecture, the Kamakura period
  45. (Muso Soseki in fact lived a century before the temple's construction and kaisan in name only).
  46. (Mutsu Rokuro Yoshitaka had taken the name of the Mori estate domain of Sagami Province and went by the name master Mori), it was announced.
  47. (N.B. He passed away on April 15th in the year of Hinoto hitsuji.)
  48. (N.B. a god)
  49. (Nakamaro himself had taken the title Shibirei [director general of Shibi institution] of the newly created Shibi chudai [office handling the principal empress Komyo's affairs], namely kotaigogushoku [Imperial Household Agency officer assigned to the household of Queen Mother])
  50. (Nakamaro unwillingly attempted to help Prince Shioyaki to be the new emperor because he couldn't bring Emperor Junnin out.)
  51. (Nakasendai War)
  52. (Namely, in these areas, 'Kashiwa Udon' plays the part for Kake Udon, simple and basic Udon noodles.)
  53. (Naomasa II's letter to Masamune dated October 24)
  54. (Nara City, Nara Prefecture and Kizu Town, Soraku County, Kyoto Prefecture; estimated to be constructed in the end of the seventh century or in the early eighth century)
  55. (Nara National Museum collection) Shichidaiji Diary
  56. (Narayama Station -) Kizu Station - Nishi-Kizu Station
  57. (National Museum of Japanese History collection) Letters from Godaigoin
  58. (National treasure) Kenponchoshoku Rokudoe (15 scrolls)
  59. (National) Important Cultural Properties
  60. (National) Significant tangible folk cultural asset
  61. (National) scenic beauty
  62. (Natural rights of a nation are discussed.)
  63. (Naturally, you have to be careful about ventilation.)
  64. (Near the intersection at the Prefectural Route, which is 300 meters to the north of the station.)
  65. (Neither can we say that virginity has not been required at all.)
  66. (Nevertheless the diet during a voyage was short of vitamins, and the number of patients having beriberi significantly grew.)
  67. (New) Ukyo Ward Office (scheduled to open after mid-March, 2008)
  68. (Nibbles for drinks)
  69. (Nichiren Shu Shugaku Zensho, volume 2)
  70. (Nichiren Shu Shugaku Zensho, volume 7 - 182)
  71. (Nichiren, "Hoonsho")
  72. (Nigu-ikko)
  73. (Nihon Sandaijitsuroku, Volume 16)
  74. (Nihon Sandaijitsuroku, Volume 29)
  75. (Niju-mon refers to a two-story gate, having a roof protrusion at the boundary between the first and second floors, too)
  76. (Ninna-ji Temple (Omuro Monzeki)
  77. (Nishikyo Ward was created from Ukyo Ward in 1976.)
  78. (No biological children)
  79. (No date is known when he resigned from the service of Izu no kami.
  80. (No service on: Sat/Sun/Holidays/year end/new year's day)
  81. (No such meaning is found in the originals.)
  82. (Nobukimi ANAYAMA and Nobukado TAKEDA who admittedly had been in bad terms with Katsuryori were as good as deserting in the face of the enemy in defiance of the command of Supreme Commander Katsuyori).
  83. (Nobunaga ODA)
  84. (Nobunaga was nicknamed 'Rainy Shogun' as heavy rains always silenced the footsteps of soldiers every time he fought a major battle.)
  85. (Nori-hibi is equipment to which the cultured nori adheres and grows. In the past, a tree-hibi or a bamboo-hibi was used. Today, a net-hibi is mainly used.)
  86. (Northern Qi)
  87. (Northern Wei)
  88. (Not a few companies that have developed into large-scaled food companies, even if their origin was in the Ekiben delicatessen, undertake the cooking of the convenience store box lunches or side dishes sold in the areas.)
  89. (Not all shokan became samurai.)
  90. (Not available to visitors as it is a closed-door temple.)
  91. (Not on the birthday, though.)
  92. (Not ordinarily open to the public. Specially opened around November each year.)
  93. (Note that Apollo was initially a different god than Helios, the god of the sun; eventually they came to be regarded as identical.)
  94. (Note that he had already served for Tottori Domain when he attempted to assassinate Kaishu.).
  95. (Note that the Sandai-shu anthologies are also included in the Hachidai-shu)
  96. (Note the difference between designation and recognition.)
  97. (Note) It is said that Hidetatsu EGAWA, Nirayama Daikan of the bakufu, visited Takeo and observed the military drill and casting of guns in 1841.
  98. (Note) The Dutch in Dejima were under the severe control of bakufu, and the fact was that Shuhan TAKASHIMA came to Takeo to perform the military drill in Dutch.
  99. (Note) This statue of Kannon was stolen in 1948 and only its headless body was subsequently was found.
  100. (Note: Apart from bunraku, in the case of so-called Dayu of Takemoto [name of gidayu] who chants Gidayu-bushi on the stage of kabuki, his stage name is still represented with kanji meaning a 'stout man,' not a 'big man.')
  101. (Note: Bothering = shichimendo in Japanese sounds similar to turkey = shichimencho.
  102. (Note: It was thought that if people ate anything from Yominokuni, they would become inhabitants of the Yomi.)
  103. (Note: Okaru's kudoki starts from here)
  104. (Note: Okaru's kudoki starts) Meeting at a secret rendezvous, I was working as a maid in a reputable mansion.
  105. (Note: The episode that the enclosure with the bamboo and sparrow crest was taken away refers to the above episode.)
  106. (Note: The lines above contain puns related to the names of birds because of SAGISAKA's name (sagi means a heron).
  107. (Note: There are many objections about the situation of Hijikata's death in battle. The above-mentioned explanation is a theory concerning Sawa.)
  108. (Note: she passed away on April 15, 628).
  109. (Note: the Kamakura and Muromachi periods cannot readily be distinguished agriculturally)
  110. (Note: the character "ken" from kenchi was usually written with the tree radical but was also sometimes written with the person radical.)
  111. (Notes have been provided in parentheses in the above reference materials.)
  112. (November 23)
  113. (Now, the purple pigment changed into a brown color.)
  114. (Nowadays, the word of Yozan UESUGI, the lord of the Yonezawa domain, `If you try to do, it can be achieved, if you don't, it will never be achieved. Achieving nothing is due to one's own intention to not try.' is better known than the word of Shingen, but was originally a quote from Shingen).
  115. (Number of rank, Rank of priest, Special title, Gakkai [knowledge rank of priest, Hierarchy)(Qualification, Color of clerical garment)(For no title, written as 'Nil')
  116. (ONO no Komachi, a lady in early Heian period who was a tanka poet and was famous for her beauty, did the above kind of ikkei.)
  117. (October 18-November 24, 2008)
  118. (October 2) Aki no kami (governor of Aki Province)
  119. (October 23) Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury) in Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) before this time.
  120. (October 27, 1864-February 5, 1950)
  121. (Oe can mean a crown prince, but because there is no description that the Prince Yamashiro no oe became a crown prince in Nihonshoki [Chronicles of Japan], some people believe that he was simply a prince)
  122. (Of course Hagi-Hinagon did not exist among aristocrats.)
  123. (Of the stations of Eizan Electric Railway, Yase Hieizan-guchi Station and those located in the south of the station)
  124. (Offering water or tea can be omitted in case butsudan is small or mitsuori-honzon (the principal image which can be folded into thirds) is enshrined.)
  125. (Officers of the rank of captain)
  126. (Offices and Ranks)
  127. (Ogura Hyakunin Isshu - the Ogura Anthology of One Hundred Tanka-poems by One Hundred Poets - Number 8)
  128. (Okinawa soba/Soki soba which contains no buckwheat flour is made throughout Okinawa Prefecture.)
  129. (Old cities used the reconstructed castle walls of the Roman period.)
  130. (Old) Great Lecture Hall
  131. (Old) Yokawa Chudo Hall - Former Architectural National Treasure
  132. (Omission) "During the reign of Ujiyasu, he invited a master gunsmith named Kuniyasu from Sakai."
  133. (Omission) to Rokuro MORI's surprise, Yoshitomo could only see from one eye, and at the end tears streamed down his face: in the end a sad situation."
  134. (Omitted)
  135. (Omiya) Doi-cho, Nishinoyama-cho, Daimon-cho, Sendo-cho, Kurisu-cho, Ueno-cho
  136. (Omiya) Harinoki-cho, Nakanoyashiro-cho, Tajiri-cho, Uenokishi-cho, Hayashi-cho, Hayashiura-cho, Tsubakihara-cho, Okuri-cho
  137. (Omiya) Hiraki-cho, Ichinoi-cho, Yakushiyama-higashi-cho, Yakushiyama-nishi-cho, Gentaku-kita-machi, Gentaku-minami-cho, Gentaku-kitahigashi-cho, Shakadani, Kusayama, Akibasan, Hagiwara, Ninosaka, Onobori-cho, Wakidai-cho, Hakonoi-cho
  138. (Omiya) Kaminokishi-cho, Shimonokishi-cho, Takedono-cho
  139. (On August 26 same year, an edict of Dajokan (Grand Council of state) was promulgated: '九月二十二日ハ聖上ノ御誕辰相当ニ付毎年此辰ヲ以テ群臣ニ?宴ヲ賜ヒ天長節御執行相成天下ノ刑戮被差停候偏ニ衆庶ト御慶福ヲ共ニ被遊候思召ニ候間於庶民モ一同嘉節ヲ奉祝候様被仰出候事.')
  140. (On a charge of murder of Kashitaro ITO) Died at the age of 32.
  141. (On the Kyoto Prefecture side)
  142. (On the Nara Prefecture side)
  143. (On the back side) 'Since the previous generation, a sword like this (seven-pronged sword) have not existed.
  144. (On the back side) Since the previous generation, a sword like this (seven-pronged sword) have not existed; An heir of the King of Paekche mysteriously had imperial virtues by nature; Then it was made for the king of Wa for the first time; So it should be showed to the posterity; There is no Chinese character which corresponds to ** in the dictionary.
  145. (On the back side) 先世(異体字、ロ人)来未有此刀百済?世?奇生聖(異体字、音又は晋の上に点)故為(異体字、尸二大)王旨造???世
  146. (On the back side) 先世以来未有此刀百濟?世?奇生聖音故為倭王旨造???世
  147. (On the contrary, there is a theory that insists Oe was limited to one person.)
  148. (On the front side) 'In May, the middle of summer in 468, at noon on the hottest summer day of Hinoeuma, the steel seven-pronged sword which was forged 100 times was made.
  149. (On the front side) In May, the middle of summer in 468, at noon on the hottest summer day of Hinoeuma, the steel seven-pronged sword which was forged 100 times was made; With this, all troubles caused by weapons will be avoided; May polite and modest Hou Wang (Holy Marquis) flourish, live long, and be brought the biggest luck and happiness.
  150. (On the front side) 泰?四年?月十六日丙午正陽造百錬?七支刀?辟百兵宜供供(異体字、尸二大)王????作
  151. (On the front side) 泰?四年十?月十六日丙午正陽造百錬?七支刀?辟百兵宜供供侯王????作
  152. (On the other hand, SEN no Sotan was called 'Sotan the beggar.')
  153. (On the other hand, since this period corresponds to so-called Kesshi-Hachidai [Eight Undocumented Sovereigns] to the era of the ninth Emperor, Kaika, some views persist that the credibility of the "Kojiki" and the "Nihonshoki" themselves is doubtful in the first place.)
  154. (On the other hand, some say that it was an unrequited love of Prince Takechi)
  155. (On the other hand, there is an opinion that Susanoo could have been the King of Kuankoku, which fought against the Yamatai Kingdom as a result of discord between Susanoo and Amaterasu.)
  156. (On the return journey) Nishi-Maizuru Station=>(via the Maizuru Line)=>Ayabe Station=>(via the Sanin Main Line)=>Fukuchiyama Station=>(via the KTR Miyafuku Line)=>Miyazu Station=>(via the KTR Miyazu Line)=>Nishi-Maizuru Station
  157. (On the whole, the "Nihonshoki" has a higher tendency to praise emperors and be subordinate to them.)
  158. (On this occasion he was called Chugu Daibu zoku Nyudo Zenshin [Priest Zenshin of Master of the Consort's Household].)
  159. (On this occasion, Yorinari is said to have handed over the status as the main branch of the family to the Edosaki-Toki clan, however, the Edosaki-Toki clan also lost its territories at Odawara no Jin (The Siege of Odawara) by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and was destroyed.
  160. (On this occasion, his brothers betrayed Yoshiaki and took the side of Nobunaga.)
  161. (On this occasion, the job as grand master of the art of the spearmanship was made a job for his younger brother, Mantaro.
  162. (One can find something similar also in the Muslim world.)
  163. (One piece of rectangular-shaped cloth covers the bride's forehead and is tied at the coiffure behind her head).
  164. (One story is that Tadanao was dissatisfied with not being rewarded with fiefs, and smashed Hatsuhana to pieces; however, it might be just a story as far as Hatsuhana exists.)
  165. (One theory suggests that the Yata no Kagami in Ise is destroyed during every Shikinen Sengu and replaced by a new one, but it is not known where this theory comes from.)
  166. (One town and three villages).
  167. (One town).
  168. (One year later, in 2005, Kyotanba City was established because of the same reason.)
  169. (Only a priest can make a man enter the Buddhist priesthood, and only Ama (nun) can make a woman enter the Buddhist priesthood.)
  170. (Only for Kansai Science City Campus, "Campus" is officially used for the campus name.)
  171. (Only his clothes were left behind.)
  172. (Only open to the public on specific days in spring and autumn. Also opened when illuminated at night.)
  173. (Oomoto traditionally treats Manyoshu and Kojiki as holy scriptures.)
  174. (Open only on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
  175. (Open to the public from mid-June to early July and from November 1 to 30.)
  176. (Open to the public in November of each year.)
  177. (Open to the public.)
  178. (Operated by Poppo Land Department, Shinmachi Shopping District Promotion Association)
  179. (Opinion varies)
  180. (Opposed to Shokan (Local Officials))
  181. (Order of gender)
  182. (Order of legibility and birth)
  183. (Original Buddhism denies the existence of deities and polytheism.)
  184. (Original text: All of the Koshiro and Miyake established by the previout emperors and all of the Kakibe and Tadokoro owned by Omi, Muraji, Tomo no miyatsuko, Kuni no miyatsuko and Mura no obito shall be abolished.)
  185. (Originally, "Ajinomoto" meant the seasoned formulation of glutamic acid, not that of inosinic acid.)
  186. (Orita resigned as the Chief of the Metropolitan Police following the resignation of Kuroda.)
  187. (Osaka Fukusuke described later is a previous name of Baigyoku. Family crest is Takasagoya.)
  188. (Osaka Gobo)
  189. (Osaka Ishiyama Hongwan-ji Temple)
  190. (Osaka Temma Hongwan-ji Temple)
  191. (Other dishes on the menu are described below.)
  192. (Other gods came into being from the blood on the sword as it dripped off.)
  193. (Other groups of army organized by Genzo TANAKA later reached the Mt. Yamizo and broke up, and most of them were arrested and executed.)
  194. (Other major techniques: Yonkyo (aikido's fourth basic technique, gokyo (aikido's fifth basic technique), rokkyo (the aikido's sixth basic technique) (hijigatame (elbow lock)), tenchinage throw, koshinage throw, juji garami (cross-entangling method), sumiotoshi drop (corner drop), kokyunage throw, aikinage throw, aikiotoshi drop (aiki drop), etc.)
  195. (Other meanings are derivatives of Honzon as a Buddhist term)
  196. (Other than that, similar events were held in Kongobu-ji Temple, Ninna-ji Temple, To-ji Temple, Daigo-ji Temple, Horyu-ji Temple, and so on.)
  197. (Other than the above, there is a Meishin Expressway Interchange one kilometer away.)
  198. (P6,631 of Meiji Tenno ki [Annals of Emperor Meiji])
  199. (PA) Ayabe Rest Area - (7) Maizuru Nishi Interchange - (8) Maizuru Higashi Interchange - (PA) Maizuru Rest Area - (9) Oitakahama Interchange
  200. (Paintings)
  201. (Particularly, one holding a U.S. dollar coin is called "a dollar cat.")
  202. (Passage from the Declaration of Independence in "Seiyo Jijyo" 1866 by Yukichi FUKUZAWA)
  203. (Peasant revolts against the land-tax reform) In response to these revolts, the governments decided to lower the land-tax rate from 3 percent to 2.5 percent.
  204. (Perhaps for this reason, the details of wasan mathematicians from the Kyoto and Osaka area are not widely known today.)
  205. (Period during the Nguy?n Dynasty)
  206. (Photo 2)
  207. (Picture) Statue of Ryoma SAKAMOTO (Katsurahama beach in Kochi prefecture): even at metal contribution during the World War II, this bronze statue was exempted from the contribution.
  208. (Picture) Yasaka-jinja Shrine at the time of the Higashiyama Flower Lanterns
  209. (Please refer to "Wakoku" for more details.)
  210. (Please refer to Jingo-ji Sanzo for details).
  211. (Please refer to Nihonshoki (vol.2) in the Iwanami Japanese Classic Literature Systematic Edition)
  212. (Please refer to items about the Ashikaga clan and Ashikaga shogun family for details.)
  213. (Please refer to the Matehime and Tatsuhime pages regarding the territory of Kozuke.)
  214. (Please refer to the item of the law of the method of age calculation for the details)
  215. (Please see the article on Hongan-ji Temple for details regarding the history before the split into east and west.)
  216. (Potato has an action to cool down the human body.)
  217. (Preamble to Volume nine Nyoraisho-bon, "Nirvana Sutra")
  218. (Preface of "Kiri Hitoha for performance on stage" published in May 1915)
  219. (Preface of "Kojiki")
  220. (Prefix changed from 'Kisshoin Nakagawara' to 'Kisshoin')
  221. (Prefixed by 'Kisshoin Nakagawara')
  222. (Prefixed by 'Kisshoin Nakagawara') Nishi Yashiki-cho, Satominami-cho, Higashigawara-cho, Maegawara-cho, Miyanohigashi-cho, Miyanonishi-cho, Ogawara, Uchigawara, Ryusaku
  223. (Prefixed by 'Kisshoin Nishinosho') Higashi Yashiki-cho, Monguchi-cho, Nishiura-cho, Fuchinonishi-cho, Inobaba-cho, Mukaida-cho, Kuronouchi
  224. (Prefixed by 'Kisshoin Nishinosho)
  225. (Prefixed by 'Kisshoin Shima') Nomazume-cho
  226. (Prefixed by 'Kisshoin')
  227. (Present-day Enni-ji Temple was restored by the 21st chief priest of Higashi Hongan-ji, Kosho OTANI.)
  228. (Prince Mochihito raising the army)
  229. (Prior to this, an imperial decree was issued on September 11the same year '十月十三日是朕生日毎至此辰威慶兼集宜令諸寺僧尼毎年是日転経行道海内諸国竝宜断屠内外百官賜?宴一日仍名此日為天長節庶使廻斯功徳虔奉先慈以此慶情普被天下').
  230. (Private Collection) Butsugen Mandala, color on silk; Fugen Enmyo Zo, color on silk
  231. (Province corresponds to Prefecture of the inland and Prefecture, Eup, and Myeon correspond to City, Town and Village of the inland).
  232. (Published as The Military History of Imperial Japan, the text book is owned by libraries).
  233. (Published on July 31, 1897)
  234. (Quoted from "Too roshi yowa" [Bedtime story by an old man at the ladies' chambers])
  235. (Quoted from volume 4434 of the government newsletter dated Monday, October 2, 2006)
  236. (Rakuto includes Yamashina Ward, but Higashiyama does not.)
  237. (Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro)
  238. (Recent research has cast doubt upon the tales of IKKYUU being Jukou's teacher.)
  239. (Recent research has shown that he was not involved).
  240. (Recently some people are calling this literature nihongo bungaku (literally, literature written in Japanese) due to the fact that in some cases the author's nationality or place of residence does not correspond to the language used, such as with foreign writers who write works in Japanese.)
  241. (Refer to "Birth of Ginjoshu.)
  242. (Refer to "Hanashika Nedoi" (Interview with storytellers) ISBN 978-4779112973 by Masahito TAKIGUCHI (Office Bonga.)
  243. (Refer to "Hanashika Nedoi" [Interview with storytellers] ISBN 978-4779112973 by Masahito TAKIGUCHI [Office Bonga].)
  244. (Refer to "History of Sake: Showa Period and On.")
  245. (Refer to "Kura Yashiki" for details.)
  246. (Refer to "Luli Code" for details)
  247. (Refer to "Luli System" for details)
  248. (Refer to "Origin of seishu.")
  249. (Refer to "Other consideraitons about motive and ringleader.")
  250. (Refer to "Sake of low alcohol concentration.")
  251. (Refer to "Slumped Period of Sake Consumption.")
  252. (Refer to 'Article 20 of the Constitution of Japan,' 'freedom of religion,' 'the principle of separation of government and religion,' and 'the Tsu "Jichinsai" lawsuit' (where Tsu Municipal Authority was sued for using public funds to hold a purification ceremony at a building site))
  253. (Refer to 'Edo Hantei.')
  254. (Refer to 'History of sake in the Taisho period.')
  255. (Refer to 'Sakamai developed by the municipality.')
  256. (Refer to 'To curse') It is precisely because of this capacity to cause disasters and other misfortunes that kami are to be feared.
  257. (Refer to 'kuzushiji'- Chinese character in its simplified form).
  258. (Refer to Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi [the sword Ame no Murakumo, literally "Heavenly Sword of Assembled Clouds"] 'Hebi no Tsurugi' [sword of a snake].)
  259. (Refer to Ansei no Taigoku [suppression of extremists by the Shogunate] and the Sakuradamongai Incident)
  260. (Refer to Figure b. Carcassonne.)
  261. (Refer to Figure c. Tower of London and Figure d. Oxford Castle.)
  262. (Refer to Figure e. Krak des Chevaliers Castle.)
  263. (Refer to Figure f. Harlech Castle.)
  264. (Refer to Figure g. Oradea.)
  265. (Refer to Figure h. Chateau d'Usse and Figure i. Schloss Neuschwanstein.)
  266. (Refer to Genroku Ako Incident for details of the incident itself.)
  267. (Refer to Noji reki (agricultural calendar))
  268. (Refer to Presumption upon the Primal Vow)
  269. (Refer to private houses as well.)
  270. (Refer to schools)
  271. (Refer to sections on Mt. Oe and Shuten-doji)
  272. (Refer to tataki)
  273. (Refer to the Middle of the Showa Period)
  274. (Refer to the Nara peerage.)
  275. (Refer to the Noh Roles and Noh Schools for more details.)
  276. (Refer to the Yoshida Tsukasake family and SHIGA no Seirin)
  277. (Refer to the article about Kochi komin sei for further information.)
  278. (Refer to the article for the tunnels of the old National Road No. 162, including the details of the former Fukami-zuido Tunnel.)
  279. (Refer to the article of Horyu-ji Temple kaido Road)
  280. (Refer to the article of old Nijo-dori street)
  281. (Refer to the article of the "History of Okinawa")
  282. (Refer to the following section on "Luli of the surrounding nations of China.")
  283. (Refer to the former Iwanami bunko edition; however, as it contains a large number of incorrect descriptions, the book is now out of print from Iwanami Shoten, a publisher).
  284. (Refer to the incident of the committing suicide of Nobuyasu in the article of Nobuyasu MATSUDAIRA for details).
  285. (Refer to the item Sekku)
  286. (Refer to the list of anniversary memorial services)
  287. (Refer to the list of kuni (Provinces) under the ryo system)
  288. (Refer to the new Iwanami bunko version, corrected and annotated by Yaoko MIZUNO)
  289. (Refer to the page of "Daian-ji Temple")
  290. (Refer to the place names described later and the article on the Horinouchi station.)
  291. (Refer to the project of the commemorative events of the 1300th anniversary of Nara Heijo-kyo capital.)
  292. (Refer to the ranking of the population of urban areas in the world).
  293. (Refer to the right section)
  294. (Refer to the section ' Vertical-type rice-milling machine'.)
  295. (Refer to the section of "Liquor Tax.")
  296. (Refer to the section of 'disturbance over succession of Soke' in Motoya IZUMI.) Two daughters of Motohide became Kyogen actors and the second one styles herself Tokuro MIYAKE, the tenth.
  297. (Refer to the section of the first-order lighthouse for details.)
  298. (Refer to the section of the rampant state of goldfish sake business.)
  299. (Refer to the section on "Kaimyo" for Kaimyo and Dougou.)
  300. (Refer to the section on Tensho Keno Shonen Shisetsu for their trip to Europe.)
  301. (Refer to the section on gyoji.)
  302. (Refer to the system of clans and hereditary titles, namely the decree of the eight honorary titles).
  303. (Reference example: songs in the "Kojiki," Tadashi OKUBO, July 10, 1981, Kodansha, p.174)
  304. (Reference is made to the Engishiki (an ancient book of codes and procedures on national rites and prayers).)
  305. (Reference)
  306. (Reference) Kubizuka: Ankoku-ji Temple, note: Hyogo Prefecture
  307. (Reference) The Sakatahonma family.
  308. (Reference) The picture on the top of this page is a scene from this play.
  309. (Reference: "The Genpei War and the Heike Monogatari" by Masataka UWAYOKOTE, Kadokawa Sensho)
  310. (Reference: 'Nihon no Jidaishi (History of Ages of Japan) No.11 The age of revolts' edited by Masaharu EBARA, published by Yoshikawakobunkan in 2003)
  311. (Reference: Masasuke costume selection)
  312. (Reference:)
  313. (Refers to 'Imperial Princess in Toeizan Kanei-ji Temple')
  314. (Regarding the relationship between Zenjo and wisdom, refer to Shikan (Tendai meditation)).
  315. (Registered in December)
  316. (Reign: December 28, 1442 - August 25, 1443)
  317. (Related term: Onkyu [reward from master to vassal]).
  318. (Religious line: Honen=>Shinran=>Nyoshin=>Kakunyo, bloodline: Shinran=>Kakushinni=>Kakue=>Kakunyo) He defined himself as the third head priest of Hongan-ji Temple.
  319. (Renamed in 1929) 2-chome Itabashi => Shimoitabashi-cho, Higashimachi Higashigumi => Higashi Kumi-cho, Shindaikoku => Setomono-cho, Bingo => Higashi Ote-cho
  320. (Renamed in 1929) Horizumeshin => Horizume-cho, 2-chome Shujaku => Higashi Shujaku-cho, 4-chome Shujaku => Nishi Shujaku-cho
  321. (Renamed in 1929) Kita Ebisu => Shumoku-machi
  322. (Renamed in 1929) Shimoote => Nishi Ote-cho, Omiya 6-chome => Omiya-cho, 1-chome and 2-chome Juraku => 1-chome and 2-chome Juraku-cho, Nishi Shioya => Toiya-machi, Minami Ebisu => Ebisu-cho
  323. (Renamed in 1929) Tatewaki => Naya-machi, Yamazaki => Awabashi-cho
  324. (Renamed in 1968) Mukaijima Yogoro-cho => Momoyama Yogoro-cho, Mukaijima Oshima-cho => Momoyama Minami Oshima-cho
  325. (Reply to Goro Taro HOSHINA)
  326. (Reportedly, the detective said to him, '600 yen in total.')
  327. (Repository) Wooden standing statue of Sho Kannon, wooden standing statue of Juichimen (Eleven-faced) Kannon, 2 wooden Gigaku-men masks, 3 wooden Gyodo-men masks (Haeharai), 2 Wooden Bosatsu-men masks
  328. (Residents of the prefecture)
  329. (Result: Three to three)
  330. (Rhyme)
  331. (Right to have relations between nations in peace time are discussed.)
  332. (Roadways managed by West Nippon Expressway Company Limited, Kansai Branch, Ibaraki Office, include the Kyoto Higashi Interchange - Suita Junction section of the Meishin Highway, the Daini-Keihan-Doro Bypass, and Kyoto areas of the Keinawa Jidoshado Expressway.)
  333. (Roji generally indicates the ground without any cover such as a roof.
  334. (Rule of conduct is discussed.)
  335. (Ryogian is open to the public in November each year.)
  336. (S) I believe Toshusai SHARAKU lived in Hatchobori, Edo, and he had been active only for a half year.
  337. (SAPA having a smart interchange set on a trial basisis shown in italic font. The term "Smart IC" refers to smart interchanges that have been established on a permanent basis.)
  338. (SERIZAWA's mistress and Goro HIRAYAMA who were at the site were also killed during the night.
  339. (SHIGA wanted to participate in the excursion tour of the Ashio Copper Mine Mineral Pollution Incident; however, his father opposed it because SHIGA's grandfather used to run the Ashio Copper Mine jointly with Ichibe FURUKAWA.)
  340. (Sachihiko who found that the emperor's anger would not be calmed killed himself.)
  341. (Sadaaki MATSUDAIRA)
  342. (Sadamasa AZAI's daughter, a lady-in-waiting for Tofukumon-in)
  343. (Sagano),' written in brackets, is shown under 'Arashiyama' on the station sign.
  344. (Sakamoto returned to Tosa on October 9).
  345. (Same Chinese character 'Soh' (箏) is used.)
  346. (Same as the above)
  347. (Sauten toji was considered auspicious, and a huge and very expensive ceremony was held on this day.)
  348. (Scenic and historic spot) Gardens of Kojo-in Temple
  349. (Scenic spots designated by the prefecture) Gardens
  350. (Scholars of Japanese classical literature before the Edo period thought so, and that later writings about the journey toward Yamatai were entered incorrectly.)
  351. (Sculpture)
  352. (Sculptures)
  353. (Se, also called ho)
  354. (Sections which are completely off-limits do exist.)
  355. (Secular name: Motohiko FUJII.)
  356. (Secular name: Yoshinobu FUJII.)
  357. (See "Nuclear Power Plants in Reinan" for the list)
  358. (See "Reikai Monogatari" Volume 1, Volume 37, "Honkyososei-ki").
  359. (See 'Commentary' for details of the story of Passage 24)
  360. (See 'Difference between zaru-soba and mori-soba' for detailed description.)
  361. (See 'Oriiro' for the color combination produced by different colored warp and woof, and 'Irome' for the color combination produced by different colored outer cloth and lining for kariginu.)
  362. (See 'The First Tunnel of the Lake Biwa Canal'.)
  363. (See A Serpent's Lust)
  364. (See Egihanmon-sho in Rokkan-sho (Six-volume Writings).)
  365. (See Higashiyama culture and Muromachi culture)
  366. (See Hiragana.)
  367. (See Ichikaiso government).
  368. (See Imperial Prince Sadazumi.)
  369. (See Japanese medieval literary history)
  370. (See Masakiyo ABE for details.)
  371. (See Noble administration)
  372. (See On Poverty and Wealth)
  373. (See Shaka sanzon, Shaka triad.)
  374. (See Shiramine)
  375. (See The Blue Hood)
  376. (See The Carp of My Dreams)
  377. (See The Chrysanthemum Vow)
  378. (See The Kibitsu Cauldron)
  379. (See The Owl of the Three Jewels)
  380. (See The Reed-Choked House)
  381. (See above for a description of Jun-fudai daimyo [not distinguished from fudai in the Edo period].)
  382. (See also 'Kiroku and Seihachi.')
  383. (See also Military Sword Blades and Military Swords)
  384. (See also bemin system)
  385. (See also the item of deer as a hunted animal, shika deer.)
  386. (See also the section on "Misanzai Tumuli.")
  387. (See also the section on Japanese Cavalry under Cavalry).
  388. (See also the theory of Himiko [卑弥呼] = Himiko [卑弥呼].)
  389. (See an article of the battle of Komaki Nagakute)
  390. (See each item for details.)
  391. (See page 168 of the volume on Motonari MORI of the series "Rekishi Gunzo" (Historical Figures).
  392. (See section of waka for reference)
  393. (See sections of Ganghwa Island incident and Japanese-Korea Treaty of Amity for more details.)
  394. (See the Mai-ogi section, too.)
  395. (See the above for dance.)
  396. (See the article concerning train operations on the Keihan Keishin Line before October 11, 1997.)
  397. (See the figure on the right)
  398. (See the link)
  399. (See the list of traditional origami for respective ways of folding paper.)
  400. (See the picture on the right.)
  401. (See the schedule of Goshoki Ho-onko by sect for details.)
  402. (See the section of "Paradigm")
  403. (See the section of Nanbangashi for more details.)
  404. (See the section of [the boom of dry sake])
  405. (See the section of significance and assessment below for the details of significance and assessment for this decree.)
  406. (See the section on 'Kyoto' for the history of Kyoto City before the Meiji Restoration.
  407. (See the section on Hongan-ji Doro for details.)
  408. (See the section on Komon of Mito).
  409. (See the section on the system of the kokuga army.)
  410. (See the sections on; Seikanron, Meiji roku-nen no Seihen (Coups of 1873), and Takamori SAIGO for more details.)
  411. (Seeing one of his vassals deploring the weight of two lengths of swords at his side, he encouraged the military art and held military art exhibitions in front of the Emperor 8 times in 4 months.)
  412. (Seito-Chikurin school)
  413. (Selective door operation)
  414. (Self-defense official Gokoku-jinja Shrine collective enshrinement case; Case No. Max. Showa 57(O)902/Decided June 1, 1988/Digest, Vol. 42, No. 5, p. 277.)
  415. (Self-proclaimed Murakami-Genji [Minamoto clan])
  416. (September 10) benkan
  417. (September 18) Togu no fu (an official in charge of education of the Crown Prince) as an additional post
  418. (September 19) Chunagon (vice-councilor of state)
  419. (Service by the Shinto priest of Ise-jingu Shrine and so on, generally called hosan [support given to a temple or shrine] or hono [dedication].)
  420. (She chose his residence because the residence of the Nijo, where she was born, was burned down in summer of 995, and there was a connection with him through his brother Tadanaka).
  421. (She laid the foundation for youth activities and Early Morning Cleaning Volunteers.)
  422. (She was a daughter of Katsutagi no Ari no Omi.)
  423. (She was likely from a branch family of the Ise Kabuto clan or related to the Owari Senshu clan; according to "Tales of Kazutoyo's Military Exploits," Ichirakusai NINOMIYA was Nobutaka's maternal grandfather.)
  424. (Shichiku) Momonomoto-cho, Seihoku-cho, Seinan-cho, Tonan-cho, Tohoku-cho, Hatsune-cho, Shibamoto-cho
  425. (Shigeo SHIMABARA "Chronological list of the main events for sweet potatoes")
  426. (Shikisho, Ryosho, and the like)
  427. (Shiko Shika, four accesses and four accomplishments)
  428. (Shiko's wife was Namiko KUMOI who was a first graduate of Takarazuka Revue, and her daughter is actress Mikiko TSUBOUCHI.)
  429. (Shin) Generally referred to as Jurobe SAITO (Awa), living in Hatchobori.
  430. (Shinjin) A term used in Shinto referring to 'god and humans.'
  431. (Shinjo was told that the man was a parricide murderer, but he was not a parricide murderer but the man was a lineal murderer because he killed his nephew.)
  432. (Shinran: the founder of Hongan-ji Temple <the founder of the sect>, Nyoshin: the second head priest of Hongan-ji Temple)
  433. (Shinsengumi had a rule that deserters were to be taken back to base and forced to commit seppuku.)
  434. (Shinshu Izumoji school conduct the service one month later.)
  435. (Shinto expert) Kanemigi YOSHIDA
  436. (Shiyoza Piece and Renko-mon Pattern are surrounded by Shumon [a raised bead] beads laid closely together as a pattern of the base.)
  437. (Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art) Rokkyoku Isso (a pair of six-panel works)
  438. (Shogunal regent Yoshitoki HOJO of the Kamakura bakufu took over his post as Mutsu no Kami)
  439. (Shojin-ryori dishes mostly targeting temples and kaiseki (懐石)-ryori dishes mostly targeting chajin (masters of the tea ceremonies) remained keeping their unique characters).)
  440. (Shoku nihongi Volume 9)
  441. (Shomyo Nenbutsu) (invocation of the name of Buddha)
  442. (Shrine names and name of their locations today.
  443. (Shuboku OOKA is a person who contributed to the spread of Kano school designs and methods through the publication of picture books created by the Kano school.)
  444. (Shuka) Koreya kono ikumo kaerumo wakaretsutsu shirumo shiranumo Osaka no seki
  445. (Shuka) Michinoku no shinobumodisuri tareyueni midarento omou ware naranakuni
  446. (Shuka) Seohayami iwa ni sekaruru takigawa no warete suenimo awantoso omou
  447. (Shuka) Taki no otowa taete hisashiku narinuredo nakoso nagarete nao tomarikere
  448. (Shusei NAKAYAMA (中山秀静) 'Najio paper')
  449. (Signature by Yoritomo)
  450. (Similar story is told in Ai kyogen [comic interlude in Noh].)
  451. (Since 1974)
  452. (Since 2007) If a national holiday falls on a Sunday, the following "non-holiday" becomes a holiday.
  453. (Since Rennyo had Kechimyaku from Hongan-ji Temple, the sects who value Homyaku from the founder Shinran do not use his work.
  454. (Since his early days, he liked to study, read books very well, obtained deep knowledge, and wrote in a splendid way.)
  455. (Since it was in such a situation, I kept thinking, "Oh, I am dying."
  456. (Since the accession of Emperor Mommu, August 1st was dated differently, with Ganka reki used in "Nihonshoki" and Giho reki in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), which makes it appear that there are two theories on the dates, but they were actually identical.)
  457. (Since the country was customarily divided into nine areas and reigned in China, Kyushu was associated with tenka (realm) (reference; Kyushu [China])
  458. (Situated at Chisoku-in) Wooden standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu
  459. (Situated at Chusho-in) Wooden standing statue of Bosatsu (Bodhisattva)
  460. (Situated at the Shingon-in) Wooden standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu, wooden standing statues of the Four Devas (handed down from Shinzen-in)
  461. (Sleepers must lie with their head southward.)
  462. (Snip) It was like a bonzana of elite scholars of Chinese classics in Kyoto' ("Autobiography of Kinmochi SAIONJI" edited by Ki KIMURA).
  463. (Snip) The reason why Minoru MURATA lost popularity seemed to be that his Western style was too old to fit with the times.'
  464. (So it is unusual that it did not rain).
  465. (So-called "Case of 88 Imperial Court Officials' Marching"
  466. (So-called Senji-togo or wartime integration)
  467. (So-called Shin kokushi hensan - New History Compilation).
  468. (Society of Tanada)
  469. (Sodan) It was a kind of special force police unit in the Imperial Court, but as for jurisdiction, it just judged a misdemeanor in the organization as well as the other institutions.
  470. (Sojo HINO)
  471. (Some also say that he passed on at Koen-ji Temple (Kyoto City Shimogyo Ward) and his body was moved to Zenpo-in for some reason.)
  472. (Some argue that, overjoyed with their victory over the Triumvirate's troops, Hisahide's officers and soldiers burned it down).
  473. (Some believe that the Shima clan were the former retainers of the Matsunaga clan).
  474. (Some busses travel through Kyoto Seminar House, or depart from or arrive at there.)
  475. (Some consider that the Tachikawa-ryu school was used as the excuse to highlight Ninkan's evil and he was made out to be a founder.)
  476. (Some grandmasters train in 'aikiken' (the sword technique of aikido) and 'aikijo' (staff technique of aikido), while other grandmasters train in swordplay and the jojutsu of other schools, as interpreted under the aikido rationale.)
  477. (Some historical sources suggest that a western pagoda once stood here but this is not clear.)
  478. (Some members of Doshikai who opposed when Kenkyukai was formed moved to Konwakai.)
  479. (Some monks of Hongan-ji School consider, to the contrary, that it is good behavior to always bring an object of worship.)
  480. (Some of the stories published consecutively in the magazine 'Pocket' were a series. "Kurama Tengu Taorezu" (Kurama Tengu is not defeated) follows "Tengu Daoshi" (Defeating Tengu)).
  481. (Some people believe, however, that the Takakamonokami god in Shoku Nihongi is the Kamonoomikami god enshrined in Takakamo-jinja Shrine, who is also known as Ajisukitakahikone.)
  482. (Some people consider it 'Iki na kaikata' [a smart way of buying it] to bring down the product price and pay the balance to the seller as 'Goshugi' [a tip].
  483. (Some people question whether Yamanami really deserted.)
  484. (Some people say that the floating bridge had been removed simply because peasants arrived too late. In those days floating bridges were usually removed by the midnight.)
  485. (Some people think an oikake represents spreaded strings that were tied up into a bundle, or oikake were used by soldiers who had lived in the northern China, but both were uncertain.)
  486. (Some prisoners were imprisoned again later.)
  487. (Some researchers say the new law was adopted because the maximum sentence is lighter in a new law than an older law.
  488. (Some ryugi throw out sparks on the stage before the curtain goes up.)
  489. (Some say that FUJIWARA no Fuhito suggested this idea to Kado no okimi.)
  490. (Some say that he had been sick or protected the quarter during this time.)
  491. (Some say that he put gunpowder in the tea kettle to kill himself in the explosion).
  492. (Some scholars say that the Taira army, who knew that the Takeda army of the Minamoto side was coming to attack them that night because they had heard the birds, was trying to pullback temporarily when an evacuation order came out of blue, causing confusion among soldiers and making them run.)
  493. (Some soba contains no binding agents)
  494. (Some suggest that he was Yazaburo himself.)
  495. (Some suggest these three books are among the greatest travel books in the world.)
  496. (Some temples do not enshrine them.)
  497. (Some theories believe that the Yamana clan, as well as the Iwamatsu clan, was one of the families of the Ashikaga clan.)
  498. (Some theories say that the two are the same person)
  499. (Some traditions say that Takaie once sided with MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka.)
  500. (Sometimes also indicates a castle ancillary to main castle)
  501. (Sometimes, Rokushimokodo, Pubbarama Migara-matupasada in Sanskrit, substitutes Rokuon (also known as Rokuyaon.)
  502. (Sonyo, Azai Tanba no kami (Governor of Tanba Province)'s wife, Sukechika AZAI's mother)
  503. (Soon after succession, he delegated the temple's office work to Konyo.)
  504. (Sotoorihime legend)
  505. (Source: "Kaisei Mikawago Fudoki")
  506. (Source: "Sankaiki," "Gyokuyo," and other documents)
  507. (Source: Both from the Kyoto Prefecture Statistical Report)
  508. (Source: Chapter 1, Article 5 of Shuken)
  509. (Source: Chapter 2, Article 10 of Shuken)
  510. (Source: Chapter 2, Article 11 of Shuken)
  511. (Source: Chapter 2, Article 8 of Shuken)
  512. (Source: Chapter 2, Article 9 of Shuken)
  513. (Source: Chapter 6, Section 5, Article 60 of Shuken)
  514. (Source: Chapter 6, Section 5, Article 61 of Shuken)
  515. (Source: Housing History in Japan, Kiyoshi HIRAI.)
  516. (Source: Kyoto Prefecture Statistical Report
  517. (Source: Kyoto Prefecture Statistical Report)
  518. (Source: Natsumeki (夏目記), Anminki (安民記), Buinsowa (武隠叢話) [a collection of unknown stories on warriors], and Hanpu [Genealogy of the Protectors of the Shogunate])
  519. (Source: Shigeki YAMAHIRA, 'Yu-kyo-tako')
  520. (Source: a population registry titled "Higashimachi bugyo isshiki Yamashiro-no-kami Naoatsu Kyuzo Sango narabini Etamura Hyogo Nishinomiya Shiwakujima Ninzudaka-cho")
  521. (Source: both from the Fiscal Year 2006 Kyoto Prefecture Statistical Report)
  522. (Source: the Ukita family document)
  523. (Source: the preceding sentence on Shuken)
  524. (Sources: 'Nagase shi' (Record of Nagase), 'Yamamoto Ujimoto Kakei Zu' (Family Tree of the Head Family of the Yamamoto Clan), and records kept by the Shrine Agency)
  525. (Southern Liang Dynasty)
  526. (Soyocho (a tax system)): A reform of a system to burden the public with tax and labor service.
  527. (Specifics are in the section "Regarding the term 'Genpei Kassen'")
  528. (Starred in a movie for the first time.)
  529. (Starting around here the road follows Yamada-gawa River)
  530. (Stay alert even after you gain the cherry tree.
  531. (Steaming an eel that has been slit open along the belly causes the flesh to fall off the skewers, therefore the eel is slit open along its back.)
  532. (Stories such as Kokushikan-satsujin-jiken (literally, murder at the black-death house))
  533. (Story of Yamatanoorochi's defeat omitted)
  534. (Subsequently, after Toishi-jo Castle came into the possession of Kunitada UKITA discord erupted within the Ukita clan and rumors of a decree to kill malcontents) his Buddhist posthumous name being 常玖 or 常珍.
  535. (Such as in Anpo Toso [Japanese national campaign against the Security Treaty], it is said that the radicals used it for fire bottles, throwing bombs and smoke bombs).
  536. (Sui Dynasty - Wen)
  537. (Sunpu Seijiroku (Records of Sunpu Government) and Sunkoku Zatsushi (Topography of Sunpu), volume 31 - second - 74)
  538. (Supposedly, it was located in Isonokami-cho Town, Tenri City, Nara Prefecture, or Kabata in the same city.)
  539. (Synopsis)
  540. (System of Complete State Ownership of Land and People): The land (manor) and people (Bemin) which belonged to Gozoku (local ruling families) until then were expropriated and all were decided to belong to Emperor.
  541. (TBS TV drama series) (1992, TBS, played by Hiroki MATSUKATA)
  542. (TV Program called "NHK Special: Win the hearts and minds of 1.3 billion consumers!" which aired on March 5, 2005)
  543. (Tadanobu's stone pagoda located in Io-ji Temple (Fukushima City) which is Sato clan's family temple tells that he died at the age of 34.)
  544. (Taiho FURUSAWA)
  545. (Taisei Corporation has its root in the construction department of Okuragumi Shokai founded by Kihachiro OKURA.)
  546. (Taisho Shinshu Daizokyo Sutra, vol. 40, p. 826)
  547. (Takajirocho history)
  548. (Takakage's mother was from the Saito clan.)
  549. (Takatsu Station) - Ayabe Station - Fuchigaki Station
  550. (Takesu [Sparrow and Bamboo])
  551. (Takigawa Jiken)
  552. (Taking into account that the interview took place around 1960 and that the Meiji Restoration was in 1868, the woman must have been quite old, but it means that people who actually met Soji OKITA were still alive.)
  553. (Taste/fragrance) opens
  554. (Tax was originally imposed on a person, but the imposition of tax on a person's house (including adjacent residential land, fields and residents) and that on the area of a person's rice field were established in later generations.)
  555. (Teai and sandan gamae are Japanese unique postures and such postures are not seen in any other countries)
  556. (Tenchu-gumi Incident)
  557. (Tenri University Tenri Library collection) Kobunshosho scroll no. 11, Sezoku Genbun vol. 1, Ruijisandaikyaku no. 3, Sakubun Daitai, Kobun Kokyo, Mougyu (copy from Kouei Year 4), Mougyu (prefaces from Kenei Year 1 and Kenpo Year 6), Monzen no. 26
  558. (Terumune DATE)
  559. (That is considered possibly to be present Ikenouchi, Gose City, Nara Prefecture.)
  560. (That is why Prince Otsu gained the confidence of many people, who liked him very much.)
  561. (That's why he gained popularity performing in Kikugoro, Sadanji's play dealing with the lives of ordinary people.)
  562. (The "Nihonshoki" does not have this part.)
  563. (The "left"or "right" in this case is the direction seen from Amida-Nyorai.)
  564. (The 'left' and 'right' here refers to the 'left' and 'right' seen from the Chuson.)
  565. (The 'left' or 'right' in this case is the direction as seen from Yakushi-Nyorai).
  566. (The 'odabisho' (crematorium for Shinran) is in the precinct at the detached estate of the Otani mausoleum.)
  567. (The 17 of Tobosatsu-bon (literally, chapter of dialogue of Bosatsu), Daihatsu Naion-gyo (A Chinese version of the Mahayana Nirvana Sutra) (also known as Hokken-bon (version translated by Hokken) or Rokkan-bon (the six-volume Nirvana Sutra))
  568. (The 3rd article of Yuri draft) 智識を世界に求め広く皇基を振起すへし (Knowledge shall be sought throughout the world so as to strengthen the foundation of imperial rule.)
  569. (The 4th article of Fukuoka draft) 智識を世界に求め大に皇基を振起すべし (Knowledge shall be sought throughout the world so as to strengthen the foundation of imperial rule.)
  570. (The 5.7-kilometer section north of it had opened under the name "Kashihara Bypass.")
  571. (The An Shi Rebellion)
  572. (The Ando family and the Mizuno family, both Otsuke-garo officers, were treated preferentially, with the usual Shodaibu rank permitted. In addition, each of the Awamasaki family and the Okano family were also awarded a rank.)
  573. (The Ayabe Ankokuji Interchange has no tollbooth, but when the new tollbooth is built at the interchange the current barrier gate will be removed.)
  574. (The Ayabe Miyatsu Road Office manages only this section.)
  575. (The Battle of Gorozaka).
  576. (The Battle of Hitomaruzuka)
  577. (The Battle of Kozuki Castle)
  578. (The Battle of Oshu)
  579. (The Battle of Yashima)
  580. (The Chinese clothing Quipao, currently known as one-piece Chinese dress for women and Kung Fu suits appear in Kung Fu Films starring famous stars including Bruce Lee, originated in the ethnic clothing of the Manchurians.)
  581. (The City trams continued using the system of getting on from the front-side door and paying the fare immediately, until the operation was discontinued.)
  582. (The Code of Criminal Procedure at that time stipulated that all documents must have autograph signatures, otherwise they were judged to be invalid.)
  583. (The Department of Education of Nagoya University was newly established at the start of postwar new-system universities, not descended from any normal school).
  584. (The Earlier period started from the middle of fifth century B.C.) early period started from the third century B.C., middle period started from the first century B.C., end period started from the first century and lasted until the middle of third century.
  585. (The Eikyo War.)
  586. (The Emperor Saga who set the posts of Ryoge no kan such as Kurodo no to [Head Chamberlain] and kebiishi [officials with judicial and police powers] also idolized the Tang culture.)
  587. (The Funo Defeat)
  588. (The Gimhae Kim clan, the Gimhae Heo clan, and the Incheon Ri clan have different family names, but they share the originator as King Suro-wang in Gimgwan Gaya, and were treated as the same hongan, which prevented them from getting married.)
  589. (The Great Mandala includes both dharmas.)
  590. (The Gyotai is also called as "賜緋銀魚袋" [given cardinal, silver Gyotai] [the pronunciation of "賜" is the same as "借"]).
  591. (The Hanfu resembles Japanese clothing more so than the Quipao.)
  592. (The Hokkeshu sect pretended not to know which 'Myo' is it in the Shakyamuni's forty-odd years teachings.)
  593. (The Honda family and the Maeda Tosa no Kami family, both retainers of the Maeda family, were treated preferentially, with the Shodaibu rank permitted ordinarily for each of them.)
  594. (The Imperial princess of the Emperor Bidatsu)
  595. (The Isshi Incident, or Incident of 645)
  596. (The JNR/JR Commuter Train Series 105 came to run only on the Sakurai and Wakayama lines.)
  597. (The Kuratani clan's ancestor was Tsugutoshi ASHIKAGA, who was the son of Yoshitsugu ASHIKAGA and younger brother of Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA, and it was highly respected and called Kuratani gosho [Kuratani Palace], as a branch family of the Muromachi Shogunate family in Echizen Province.)
  598. (The Kyoto City Bus has withdrawn.)
  599. (The Kyoto Tanba Office manages only this section.)
  600. (The Manchurians, as the ruling class, forced the Han race to wear them.)
  601. (The Matsuo-dera Temple is located to the north of the Horyu-ji Temple; there is an approach to Mt. Matsuo from the back of the Sai-in of the Horyu-ji Temple.)
  602. (The Memorial Association's original aim of presenting completed research results to Yaichi HAGA was not achieved due to his death in 1927.)
  603. (The Mori family temporarily fell into serious financial difficulty).
  604. (The Nakayama family, the Otsuke-garo officer, were treated preferentially, with the usual Shodaibu rank permitted. In addition, each of the Saiga family and the Yamanobe family were also awarded a rank).
  605. (The Nihon Igo Kai was dissolved after the death of Shuei.)
  606. (The Old Tokaido is often called Old Sanjo-dori. Street too.)
  607. (The Oshibara Defeat)
  608. (The Otsuki Taisha Shrine and the Otsuki-jinja Shrine still stand in Kurita-gun region today.)
  609. (The Political Change of August 18 [old lunar calendar])
  610. (The Press Osaka, the publisher of the Osaka Nichinichi Shimbun, is an affiliate of this company.)
  611. (The Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Hirotsugu)
  612. (The Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro)
  613. (The Revolt of TACHIBANA no Naramaro)
  614. (The Seisetsu Gate has been closed since this case, and called 'Akazu no Mon' [a never-opened gate].)
  615. (The Shikinensai Memorial Ceremony is held three, five, ten, twenty, thirty, forty, and one hundred years after the death of an emperor, with subsequent ceremonies every hundred years).
  616. (The Shohei and Tengyo Rebellion)
  617. (The TAIRA no Tadatsune War)
  618. (The Taika Reform)
  619. (The Takegoshi family and the Naruse family, both Otsuke-garo officers, were treated preferentially, with the usual Shodaibu rank permitted. In addition, the Watanabe family was also awarded a rank.)
  620. (The Teradaya Incident)
  621. (The Thirty-eight Years' War began.)
  622. (The Toki clan in Kazusa Province also lost its territories at Odawara no Jin, the Siege of Odawara, by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and was ruined).
  623. (The Tonya-machi and Atsunakatonya-machi in the new urban area were newly named during the land readjustment in 1975, and many wholesalers (tonya) still stand side by side as exemplified by the name.)
  624. (The Ukita clan still exists now.)
  625. (The University of Tokyo) Kenzaburo OE
  626. (The University of Tokyo) Masatoshi KOSHIBA
  627. (The War of MINAMOTO no Yoshichika)
  628. (The West Hongan-ji Temple version of the book says only "The Oracle at Rokkakudo" took place in 1626.)
  629. (The Yamashina Plant was relocated to Nagahama in 1970 and Yamashina housing complex was built on the vacant site.)
  630. (The Zen priests know well about such difficult things.
  631. (The above explanation by Motohisa YASUDA is called in question recent years. Please refer to the article of MINAMOTO no Yoshiie.)
  632. (The above mentioned details indicate that the Grand Council of state was not engaged in the process of compilation or distribution.)
  633. (The above passages were cited from the "Kojiki" [The Records of Ancient Matters].)
  634. (The above statement is based on "Shoku Nihongi" [Chronicle of Japan Continued].)
  635. (The abstract from an inscription for an explanation)
  636. (The amount of rainfall for the period from tsuyuiri until the end of August exceeded annual precipitation.)
  637. (The amusement park opened as Koyo Paradise in 1966.)
  638. (The article 14 of the Imperial House Law)
  639. (The back side)
  640. (The bank name after converted into the ordinary bank is shown in parentheses.)
  641. (The bemin system studied by Motokazu KAMADA and Ryoichi MAENOSONO were mainly referenced here.)
  642. (The berth was located north of the Shichijo-dori Street centered on Nanajo Kawaramachi.)
  643. (The building of the Ministry of the Navy designed by Josiah CONDER started to be constructed in 1890 and was completed in 1894.)
  644. (The cast and staff members stayed on location in a camp.)
  645. (The ceiling painting no longer exists).
  646. (The center of the stage) Tozai, toozai.
  647. (The commander of the infantry was Shojiro OKAWA.)
  648. (The commercial message of Hotel Koyo was broadcast almost everywhere in the country.)
  649. (The compilation period of 'Shoku Nihongi' was the times when his brother, FUJIWARA no Momokawa, and his son, Tanetsugu played central role in the government and some records might not have been written in the book due to the political situation of those days.)
  650. (The concept of 'hiso hizoku' [not a monk nor layman] originated on this occasion.)
  651. (The condominium was on sale in May, 2006; the completion of the construction was in mid-March, 2007; the residents started to move in at the end of March, 2007 (It is still on sale as of 2009.))
  652. (The construction came to a halt as the budget of the construction was suspended.)
  653. (The construction cost is 16.1 billion yen, of which Shiga Prefecture bears 7.5 billion yen and Fukui Prefecture bears 6.8 billion yen, while JR West bears 1.8 billion yen for the manufacture of new cars.)
  654. (The counterparts in Western cuisine are fond and bouillon, while that in Chinese cuisine is tan, but these are generally extracted by simmering the material for several hours.)
  655. (The crop yield was reduced and reallocated due to the young age of the lord of domain Yoriyuki TOKI).
  656. (The crossing point at the top of Mt. Hiei) - the top of Mt. Hiei
  657. (The date of his appointment as the deputy governor of Mimasaka Province is unknown.)
  658. (The date of his appointment to the post of Mimasaka Gonnokami is unknown.)
  659. (The day following December 2 by the previous lunar calendar became January 1.)
  660. (The deadline is around September 30th.)
  661. (The description in "Ippen Shonin Nenpuryaku" (brief chronological record of Ippen Shonin) is considered to be made later.
  662. (The details can be found in the article on "Kyureki" [The Diary of FUJIWARA no Morosue]).
  663. (The details of the history of Hongan-ji Temple can be referred to on the page of the History about Hongan-ji Temple.)
  664. (The details will be described later.)
  665. (The differences between these and the ones in the "Nihonshoki" are shown at the end of each paragraph.)
  666. (The distances vary according to the schools or the rules.)
  667. (The doubling cube was invented in the 1920s.)
  668. (The emblem on the flag is not based on historical facts, but on a tradition.
  669. (The emperor bestowed the highest praise on him and promised him succession to the throne, and sent him forth with the Kibi clan and the Otomobe clan.)
  670. (The ending style sometimes takes the following form: After the main curtain is closed, the principal actor disappears from the stage through hanamichi (the passage through the audience to the stage) in the roppo movement (a spirited movement associated with the mie (a special pose)).
  671. (The enthronement date was December 27, 1465.)
  672. (The entrance gate closes at 5:00 p.m.)
  673. (The episode in novels or dramas in which Itosato becomes 'Sakuragi tayu' is fictional.)
  674. (The era name was changed to 'Einin' in August of the same year.)
  675. (The era when ceramic-ware became widely used was dependent upon social class).
  676. (The exact same conversation took place between MINAMOTO no Tametomo and FUJIWARA no Yorinaga in "Hogen Monogatari.")
  677. (The experiment was done during the late Showa period.)
  678. (The expression that had caused a problem between Japan and Joseon (mentioned below) was therefore removed from the sovereign letter by the Foreign Minister Sawa).
  679. (The families of Yong-hyo PAK and Jae-pil SEO were forced to commit suicide by taking poison or were executed.)
  680. (The family tree is Nobukatsu, Nobunaga, Nagamasa, Nagataka, Nobuyosh, Nobunao in chronological order, and the number of generations counted from Nobunaga remains unchanged.)
  681. (The fence remains in photos taken in those days.)
  682. (The festival ends around midnight.)
  683. (The fifth article of Yuri draft) 万機公論に決し私に論ずるなかれ。 (All affairs of the state shall be widely discussed and all matters shall not be decided by private discussion.)
  684. (The fifty-third through fifty-seventh All Japan Kyudo Enteki championships were performed with a 30 m shooting range and 36 cm target diameter as well.)
  685. (The first article of Fukuoka draft) 列侯会議を興し万機公論に決すべし (Council by feudal lords shall be established and all matters decided by open discussion)
  686. (The first article of Yuri draft) 庶民志を遂げ人心をして倦まざらしむるを欲す (The common people shall all be allowed to pursue their own calling so that there may be no discontent.)
  687. (The first draft of Kido) 旧来の陋習を破り宇内の通義に従ふへし (Evil customs of the past shall be broken off and everything based upon accepted orders of the whole world.)
  688. (The first lord of Tsuwano Domain was Naomori SAKAZAKI.)
  689. (The first son served to the Honda family of the Zeze Domain, in which the lawful wife of Tadanari MAKINO, the first lord of the Nagaoka Domain, was born.)
  690. (The following Japanese poems are written in kanji and kana:)
  691. (The following are of the Shinshu sect Otani-ha.)
  692. (The following are summaries of each chapter, and various terms mentioned here will be explained since they are historically important too.)
  693. (The following are taken from Kosan YANAGIYA III's routines).
  694. (The following is a summary of the descriptions in "The Tale of the Heike.")
  695. (The following is the description of the crime that was committed a century ago, and the real names are written)
  696. (The following is the sequel.)
  697. (The following key words link to many Wikipedia articles related to Kaido)
  698. (The following modern translation is based on the English translation by The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.)
  699. (The following two families are added to the above-mentioned seven families.)
  700. (The footprints allegedly made by the giant still remain now, but they are very small.)
  701. (The form of bakufu barely continued in Tomonoura in Bingo.)
  702. (The foundation was in 1908. The monthly performance started in 1911.)
  703. (The front of the temple is the opposite side on Teramachi-dori Street.)
  704. (The front side)
  705. (The government also identified tombs in Kagoshima Prefecture as those of the other Himuka sandai deities.)
  706. (The government banned the zakuro bathhouses in 1879.)
  707. (The government's director was called Kamakura kubo.)
  708. (The graveyard is now in Tokushima City.)
  709. (The house of Yamada was burned down by the Great Tokyo Air Raids and now there is a building of Kodansha Ltd. standing in it's place.)
  710. (The illness became more serious, my body became weak, and I started to spit phlegm.
  711. (The image of Yamato Takeru no Mikoto, who sets off as the focus of the emperor's expectations, is full of glory.)
  712. (The kyokkan - the highest rank - for a Daijinke, or ministerial household, was usually Naidaijin and in early modern times only Saneeda and Michimi NAKANOIN were appointed to udaijin.)
  713. (The late Jyugo KUROIWA claimed that Kanamura was brought down after his involvement in the succession conflict between Kinmei and the other two Emperors of Senka and Ankan who disputed his coronation.)
  714. (The latter is thought to have less pages chronologically out of order due to binding errors than the former.)
  715. (The left of the stage) Tozai, toozai.
  716. (The length of short swords, which had been rather long in the Sengoku period (the period of Warring State), gradually decreased.)
  717. (The long shelf life, however, is applicable only to that made by the traditional method and, generally, the shelf life for konpeito is defined as one year.)
  718. (The main and diving pools are converted to main and second rinks, respectively, in winter.)
  719. (The main building of Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine has been designated as a national treasure, so it can't be reconstructed.)
  720. (The main text of "Nihon Shoki" contains no description that she made such hinaburi.)
  721. (The male official and its naming corresponding to myobu in China was not adopted in Japan.)
  722. (The matchlock gun's effective range is 50 to 100 meters).
  723. (The materials being used to collect above information were not from publications of religious groups who didn't have objective materials for researchers, but instead the information came from the chronicle of a local history book, as the history of the city and town, being part of the materials of the library of official documents.)
  724. (The mausoleum of Emperor Suinin)
  725. (The maximum is five-character taito.)
  726. (The maximum number of council members is 10.)
  727. (The meaning of the joke is that the prime number "two" is the oddest, meaning "strangest" as well as a mathematical "odd" number because it is the only even prime number).
  728. (The method described here is a common method of making Iki Yubeshi as handed down in families)
  729. (The middle part is omitted as it is the same as the widely-known variation) Taro, who had become an old man, heard from a fisherman that his parents' grave was in Shirahata, Musashi Province.
  730. (The modern translation has also been done by the author.)
  731. (The most typical of such fans is Yutaka OE who came into the spotlight in a TV program, was apprenticed to Saburo KITAJIMA, and made his professional debut.)
  732. (The most widely-accepted theory at present is that he was injured on his way to the Battle of Toba-Fushimi and developed tuberculosis on the boat he was being escorted to Osaka on.)
  733. (The name Hatsume may have been created by Genji KITANO.)
  734. (The name Hirahane isn't commonly used.)
  735. (The name given to the present location of Ichinotani, Suma Ward appeared during the Edo period.)
  736. (The name in this section will be unified as 'Yoichi.')
  737. (The name of Aizu came from this episode.)
  738. (The name of Otonomiya is derived from this.)
  739. (The name of WATANABE no Tsuna, who was the first person on the list of shitenno is not included in Konjaku Monogatari.)
  740. (The name of the place, Kurosaki of Niigata City derives from this anecdote.)
  741. (The names of municipalities in the main basin are shown.)
  742. (The new government didn't inherit the debts of Edo bakufu, which became the Emperor's enemy, regardless of the time, and such debts were declared void except for foreign debts).
  743. (The next line tells that he was married to several wives and had 19 children, three of which eventually became emperor. They are Kinmei, Ankan and Senka.)
  744. (The note of La in the Oshikicho, Hyojo and Banshikicho tone is half a tone higher than the equivalent natural-minor scale of the Western musical scale (equivalent to the Dorian mode); the note of the Koma-hyojo tone is the same as the Western musical scale.)
  745. (The note of the Ti in Sojo, Ichikotsucho and Taishikicho tone is a semi-tone lower than the equivalent major scale of the Western system (being equivalent to the Mixolydian mode)).
  746. (The number of bamboo leaves and joints varies with each family)
  747. (The number of the military policemen was 2019 in the year of the annexation.
  748. (The numbers inside the parentheses show the numbers of affiliated Noh artists registered in the Nohgaku Performers' Association in 2005.)
  749. (The organization was named after Ko Yugai, who was envied among Senchado lovers.)
  750. (The original building was 2.8m shorter in height than the current building, measured to the roof.)
  751. (The original is deposited at Kyoto National Museum and that on display at the temple is a reproduction.)
  752. (The original is deposited in Nara National Museum and a reproduction is exhibited in Reihokan.)
  753. (The original manuscript is a transcription by Kenchi owned by Senju-ji Temple.)
  754. (The original standard time was revived in September 1945).
  755. (The original version subsequently includes a scene where Doken and Shoeini are plotting to kill Katsumoto and a report that Shuri ONO was soothing Yodogimi who was starting to go mad.)
  756. (The other family tree can not be relied on partly because the relationship between Yoshiaki MIURA and his son Yoshizumi MIURA was shown in reverse.)
  757. (The person who officially captured him was Geni MAEDA, Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy) but 'Isshiki Gunki' describes that Hidehisa SENGOKU captured him.)
  758. (The players are sent to the world championship and the Pan-Pacific Championship from Japan.)
  759. (The poems in this article are taken from the text of "Konjaku Monogatari Shu.")
  760. (The post he held at the time was Hyoe no suke (assistant captain of the Headquarters of the Middle Palace Guard).)
  761. (The present building is almost unchanged since 1871.)
  762. (The present major sources are Seika-cho, Tanabe-cho, and Maizuru city.)
  763. (The prime suspect is said to be the Kyoto Mimawarigumi.)
  764. (The principal part)
  765. (The production volume has been small since then, and somen was purchased mainly from Shimabara.)
  766. (The purge of Kamo SERIZAWA's faction, killing of Kojuro KUSUNOKI, a spy of the Choshu clan, assassination of Hikojiro UCHIYAMA, a yoriki [police sergeant] of the Osaka-Nishimachi Magistrate's office, Ikedaya Incident, Kinmon Incident, Sanjo-ohashi Bridge Noticeboard Incident, Aburanokoji Incident, and so on.)
  767. (The radio-wave power that is transmitted by the KBS Kyoto broadcasting station is spilt-over to Shiga Prefecture, which is permitted, as well as terrestrial digital broadcasting.)
  768. (The railways were nationalized.)
  769. (The ranking of the shrines sacred to such gods is Taisha, whereas the ranking of the sacred to conqueror Tenjin (heavenly gods) is Jingu.)
  770. (The reason that there were only sixty-four schools for sixty-six bangumi is that there were two groups of two bangumi each that decided to establish a single school to share between themselves.)
  771. (The reason was probably because it is easier to remember Shoin-zukuri style for the Heian period, Buke-zukuri style for the Kamakura period, Shoin-zukuri style (a traditional Japanese style of residential architecture that includes a tokonoma) for the Muromachi period and Sukiya-zukuri style (built in the style of a tea-ceremony house) for the Edo period.
  772. (The reason which enables yubeshi to be stored for a relatively long period at room temperature is attributable to this process of making it.)
  773. (The reason why the picture is now called 'Waves at Matsushima' will be explained later.)
  774. (The relationship between Ukai and cormorant is also described in the article on cormorant.)
  775. (The rest is omitted)
  776. (The rest is omitted.)
  777. (The revised system of local government implemented local women's suffrage on September 27, 1946.)
  778. (The revolt of TACHIBANA no Naramaro)
  779. (The right of the stage) Tozai toozai.
  780. (The route to Kyoto did not follow the present-day National Highway Route No. 367 but was instead a mountain track via Omione Ridge.)
  781. (The routes change every year, please confirm with the official website.)
  782. (The royal family of Kaya that escaped to Paekche appealed directly to the Emperor, and the Emperor sent Mokurakonshi to attack Sachihiko.)
  783. (The sake meter value [a numerical rating of a sake's sweetness or dryness] of Josen [high quality sake] was +6, and Ai label [extra] was +5, which were made with the yusen-zukuri method and are no longer on the market.
  784. (The same is true of the lines connecting between Keihanshin and Kochi or Matsuyama area.)
  785. (The same name, 'Kawabata Marutamachi,' was given to each of them until 1997.)
  786. (The scar is invisible in his pictures).
  787. (The scenes shot by SAITO are used more in the completed piece.)
  788. (The schedule is described below.)
  789. (The schedule of the 61st Shikinen Sengu is on the left side, and that of the 62nd Shikinen Sengu currently underway is on the right; blank means undecided.
  790. (The schools were established as schools in the art of Japanese archery, swordplay, jujutsu, gunnery, and military science, and were practiced as 'essential disciplines of warriors.')
  791. (The second Rusushiki of the Otani-byodo Mausoleum)
  792. (The second article of Fukuoka draft) 官武一途庶民に至る迄各其志を遂げ人心をして倦まざらしむるを要す。 (The common people, no less than the civil and military officials, shall all be allowed to pursue their own calling so that there may be no discontent.)
  793. (The second article of Yuri draft) 士民心を一にし盛に経綸を行ふを要す (All classes, shimin (warrior and ordinary people) shall be united in vigorously carrying out the administration of affairs of state.)
  794. (The section in the Higashi-takase-gawa River which was developed to directly connect to the Uji-gawa River may be called the Shin-takase-gawa River.)
  795. (The sections managed by the Ibaraki Office include Meishin Highway Kyoto Higashi IC - Suita JC, Entire Daini-Keihan-doro Bypass, Kyoto Prefecture area Keinawa Jidoshado Expressway.)
  796. (The sentence starts with "two" and ends with "one"; taking this as a pun, it follows that it contains a double kakekotoba).
  797. (The shrine name of 'kawamata-jinja Shrine sanza' appeared in Engishikijinmyocho, but this is considered as Konoha-jinja Shrine near Kawamata-jinja Shrine.)
  798. (The shrine was set up in 1918 and designated as a National Shrine, Third Rank on October 1, 1941.)
  799. (The songs recalling his homeland do not appear here.)
  800. (The soup stock in Chinese and Western cuisine is explained below.)
  801. (The spear is on display in Tsuruga-jo Castle)
  802. (The starch extracted from potato cools the body.)
  803. (The statue in Nara Taima-dera Temple has a pagoda in the right hand as well.)
  804. (The stone is said to have been taken away during the construction of Kashihara-Jingu Shrine in the Meiji period.)
  805. (The stops: Nagao, Shijonawate, Suminodo, Hanaten, Kyobashi and Katamachi.)
  806. (The story develops in such a way that Yamato Takeru no Mikoto voluntarily heads off to the conquest instead of his brother who lacks courage.)
  807. (The story takes place in Naito Shinjuku along the Koshu-kaido [Koshu highway].)
  808. (The street car was abolished in 1978.)
  809. (The street runs from an area near Rokujizo, passes in front of Kamakura City DAIICHI Elementary School, through the remains of Otorii, and in front of Kamakura Jogakuin Junior and Senior High School, crosses Enma-bashi Bridge, and then ends 100 meter ahead.)
  810. (The study of shuzan - calculation using an abacus was restarted the next year, however.)
  811. (The subjugation of Ashihara no nakatsukuni and tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess))
  812. (The system does not exist anymore.)
  813. (The table does not include all modified names, but shows only those who were well known.)
  814. (The tale of battles for power within the Kando no omi clan in Izumo has been added => the original is in an anecdote about Izumo no Furune in the volume of Emperor Sujin.)
  815. (The technique of the sword taught at the Tendo school by Akinori is employed in 'Shubukan Oku no kata' (combination arts and deep arts of Shubukan Training Hall), one of the determined sword fencing forms by Shubukan.)
  816. (The techniques above are common denominators, and the details vary among the various schools and dojo.
  817. (The temple was named after these gods.)
  818. (The term "Richo" was generally used in Japan when Yanagi was engaged in collection and Yanagi himself used "Richo", but in this section, the term "Korean Dynasties period" is used.
  819. (The term "tegoi" is thought to be another name for sumo, and this term means grabbing an opponent's hand or having a match with bare hands.)
  820. (The term nochoba [also written as '野丁場'] means the areas where the future towns will be built, such as developed lands or reclaimed lands, or the work sites where its size cannot be categorized or over-categorized as a town, or the properties not registered based on land survey (or without registration).)
  821. (The term soson or so was also used during the medieval period.)
  822. (The text of 'the Instructions' apparently posted during this period immediately triggered the proposal of the Seikanron).
  823. (The theory that the Fujiwara clan plotted this conspiracy to expel other clans from the imperial court is widely accepted.)
  824. (The third article of Fukuoka draft) 上下心を一にし盛に経綸を行ふべし (All classes, high and low, shall be united in vigorously carrying out the administration of affairs of state.)
  825. (The third generation as a feudal lord family.)
  826. (The total number of the dead may increase if 'the people' in the citation is taken as kokujin-class warriors).
  827. (The treasure is deposited in the Tokyo National Museum.)
  828. (The usage examples of 'okimi' (大王) : '法興六年十月歳在丙辰我法王大王与慧慈法師及葛城臣' in Itsubun [unknown or lost writings] of Iyo Fudoki [The Topographical Records of Iyo Province] from 'Shaku Nihongi' [Annotated Text of the Nihon Shoki]; '八隅知之 吾大王 高光 吾日乃皇子乃 馬並而' from Zouka [Other Poetry] by KAKINOMOTO no Ason Hitomaro in Manyoshu [Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves]).
  829. (The west side of the shibi is original but that on the east side was made in the Kamakura Period.)
  830. (The widow is killed at the scene and their deaths are officially treated as joint suicide.)
  831. (The word 'Makanefuku' (blowing steel), as the 'makurakotoba' (an epithet used in waka poetry) to describe Kibi, is said to be evidence of the fact that steel manufacturing was the main industry of Kibi Province.)
  832. (The word 'Takamanohara' appears in "Nihonshoki" only twice; one is this reference of the Empress Jito and the other appears in a part of Volume four at the beginning.)
  833. (The word forgery in English contains both meanings.)
  834. (The words and reading are as per description in the Law Regarding the National Flag and Anthem.
  835. (The written word, 名跡 is pronounced Myoseki.
  836. (Their function during the procession was to guard the gold-brocaded imperial flag.)
  837. (Their function during this procession was to guard the gold-brocaded imperial flag.)
  838. (Then he traveled to Musashi (present-day Tokyo and Saitama Prefectures) and Kozuke (present-day Gunma Prefecture), and grieved 'Azuma haya...' at the pass of Torii (the border between present-day Gunma and Nagano Prefectures).)
  839. (Then the white bird went up to heaven.)
  840. (Then,) A piece which I would draw over the age of 100 would be alive as if it had gained life.'
  841. (There are a total of 24 towns including Honmachi Shin 5 chome (north of 5 chome, Honmachi) and Honmachi Shin 6 chome (north of 6 chome, Honmachi.)
  842. (There are also Japanese-descended enka singers from South America, such as Vanesa OSHIRO and Kanako MINAMI.)
  843. (There are also documents that show he possibly retired at this time, not in 1531.)
  844. (There are also some who said that he fought the yakuza away with a Japanese cotton towel or he had a cane in his hand.)
  845. (There are anomalistic cases such as "The Man Who Was Wanted" in Sherlock Holmes Series.)
  846. (There are different opinions, however, as to what were possibly behind the incident).
  847. (There are narrow sleeves for bugaku.)
  848. (There are old and new versions.)
  849. (There are some theories for his blindness, such as that he suffered damage due to a broken piece during Kinmon Incident, and that his chronic disease of cataract was worsened)
  850. (There are two Saigu who died in Ise, namely Princess Takako and Imperial Princess Atsuko from the Heian period.)
  851. (There are various opinions about the place where the Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi Sword was kept in later days. See also Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi Sword.)
  852. (There are various theories about the assassin. At that time, Saito belonged to Goryo-eji [guards of Imperial mausoleums], so the assassin might have been another member.)
  853. (There exist some sects which assert that salt for purification is not necessary because it deviates from the principle of Buddhism.)
  854. (There has also been a theory that it burned down due to arson in 1604.)
  855. (There have been various changes in the names and the order of the three goddesses since the ancient times, but currently they are as follows.)
  856. (There have been various theories with respect to the scope of Shinto scriptures, but it usually includes "Manyoshu (literally, collection of 10,000 leaves)," "Fudoki (description of regional climate, culture, etc.)," "Shinsen Shojiroku (literally, newly compiled register of clan names and titles of nobility)" and so on.)
  857. (There is a big gap between this and the impression of Yamato Takeru no Mikoto in the "Kojiki" who leaves for the journey in tears.)
  858. (There is a description in "Fuso ryakki" [A Brief History of Japan], saying 'the empress conducted shosei at the government in the year of hinotoi [which means 687 here]; that she ascended the throne four years after; and that she put the capital in the Fujiwara Palace, Asuka kiyomihara no miya, Takaichi County, Yamato Province.)
  859. (There is a description in the main section.)
  860. (There is a different theory. According to the "Tenmatsuki," Miura felt such remorse for his actions in Aburanokoji that the wound made by Todo got worse, until sick in mind and body, he died but in the "Doshi Renmeiki" by Shinpachi NAGAKURA, he died near Osaka during the Boshin War.
  861. (There is a grave of the lord of domain Koideko on the campus, but it's not a school facility)
  862. (There is a heresy.)
  863. (There is a heroic anecdote about him that he pulled his gut off and threw it to the enemy even after committing seppuku.)
  864. (There is a legend that the starting point of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's success was a "needle seller.")
  865. (There is a possibility that they abandoned the battle because of Yoshihide's death by disease.)
  866. (There is a theory that he was appointed to that position in February.)
  867. (There is a theory that they were joined by Hoshu KATSURAGAWA, but it should be more natural to understand he did not attend there, judging from descriptions of "Rangaku Kotohajime" [The Beginning of Dutch Studies] written by Genpaku SUGITA at a later stage).
  868. (There is also a skeptic opinion about the description in Nihonshoki.)
  869. (There is also a statue with both feet on the ground such as the statue at Koryu-ji Temple in Kyoto Prefecture).
  870. (There is also a theory that jissoku was named by Mitsukoshi department store in the Taisho period.)
  871. (There is also a theory that they lived in the main hall for a while).
  872. (There is also a theory to consider the date of his death as November 24) His grave is located at Zenjou-ji Temple in Kumamoto City.
  873. (There is also a tour "Kyoto Morning & Craft" in which the tourists can receive a souvenir at the Handicraft Center.)
  874. (There is also a view that "Chiteiki," written by YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane, was a pioneering work.)
  875. (There is also an anecdote that in the meantime a daughter of that clan in Nakano sacrificed herself to obtain water.
  876. (There is also an opinion pointing out the influence of the Tang Dynasty on the institutionalization of Suiko.)
  877. (There is also the theory of his existence).
  878. (There is an opinion that the fish and the turtle were selected for the Gyotai because pronunciation of the word turtle and Genbu (a God) and the word carp (fish) and the Imperial family name ("Yi") of the Tang Dynasty was phonetically the same.)
  879. (There is an opinion that the production of the murals was in the latter half of the eighth century.)
  880. (There is an opinion that, although it is dipped in warm sauce to eat, tsuke soba should be classified as a cold soba dish.)
  881. (There is another theory that he had already become a member during recruit of members by Toshizo HIJIKATA in 1867).
  882. (There is another theory that he was refused to participate in the conference because he had been defeated in the latest war.)
  883. (There is no historical material to prove that his descendants stated below actually existed.)
  884. (There is no need to install tokonoma in a living room that is usually used by the family members.)
  885. (There is no need to specially train in swordplay and Jojutsu.)
  886. (There is no source written in the Edo period mentioned that Mitsunari had visited Ieyasu's residence.)
  887. (There is now a slight problem that it is difficult for professional guides to become established in areas in which volunteer guides are organized.)
  888. (There is some overlapping.)
  889. (There is some space between Platform 2 and 3, which run alongside each other, and a fence is provided between them because of the point-related situation.)
  890. (There is this description in this book that Shintaro HAYASHI told about the water burial of Susumu YAMAZAKI in the late Meiji era, but the truth is that he had already died at that time.)
  891. (There was a historical precedence where the Ethiopian Empire was victorious over the Kingdom of Italy in the First Italy?Ethiopian War but it was made possible by a full-scale military support of England and France.)
  892. (There was also a route that turned back half way at Iwata bus stop. Basically this has not changed since then. However, the Yawata Uji Line was managed soley by Uji Management Office at the time.)
  893. (There was an opinion that Shorui Awaremi no Rei was promulgated following the advice of the sojo [a high-ranking Buddhist priest], Ryuko, who was favored by Tsunayoshi's mother.)
  894. (There was even a theory that three cultural areas confronted, including Chugoku region as 'the doken cultural area.')
  895. (There were cases in which the ceremonial investiture of the Crown Prince was not performed, like Emperor Koko, Emperor Goshirakawa, and Emperor Gohorikawa, before the Northern and Southern Dynasties, because they were enthroned suddenly.
  896. (There were no moral arguments on the destruction of the Toyotomi Family by the Tokugawa Family in the Edo period, rather, Tokugawa vassals frequently praised the chivalry of the enemy generals).
  897. (Thereafter, Negishi lived until the age of seventy something while being a part of the Shinsengumi.)
  898. (Therefore, Tsunayoshi is one of the best known of all the shoguns.)
  899. (Therefore, although some ancient documents have a description of 式部大輔 (Shikibu no taifu), the description in Kanji is clearly a mistake.)
  900. (Therefore, both works are inadequate to sustain the theory relating to the etymology of 'Ise-kojiki,' because they are no more than fiction.)
  901. (Therefore, even though he goes mad with love, he cannot be comical.)
  902. (Therefore, it is difficult to implement timely policies based on the data.)
  903. (Therefore, it is not accurately known today in which parts of Sagano there were Nonomiya.)
  904. (Therefore, other sects have an impression that Jodo Shinshu Sect burns plain wood ihai in which a soul resides.)
  905. (These TV spots were broadcasted throughout Japan via TV programs produced by those local TV companies in Kansai region.)
  906. (These are so valuable that they are hardly ever shown to the public.)
  907. (These crucibles were called "Umeboshitsubo [pickled plum pot]" which were made of brass and were used in Edo period.
  908. (These days, 'Yukari' is written '由縁' not '所縁'.)
  909. (These days, it is rarely performed.)
  910. (These farmers were called 'Kaihotsu ryoshu' [reclaimers]).
  911. (These mentioned above originate from "Azuma Kagami")
  912. (These political manoeuvres were financed by resources from the Iwami Silver Mine).
  913. (These rakugoka should be definitely promoted in business, but it will be quite difficult if the koban exists.)
  914. (These rules have been strictly observed until today since the Edo period.)
  915. (These services were realized by the introduction of refrigerated delivery service, under which goods can be delivered at a low temperature.)
  916. (These terms represents the directions of east and west.)
  917. (They are also known as The Four Kings of Shokason-juku when including Kuichi IRIE.)
  918. (They are both now Important Cultural Properties following the enactment of the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties in 1950.)
  919. (They are occasionally turned over and completely dried.)
  920. (They are rarely addressed with the kanji form of sama.)
  921. (They are regarded as poems composed in Hyuga by his father, Emperor Keiko, on the way to subjugate Kyushu.)
  922. (They gathered pro-government councilors to form National Association later.)
  923. (They have not warmed sake with distilled alcohol added.)
  924. (They said that they made the escape for economic reasons.)
  925. (They seem to have deployed 10,000 men to defend their territory against the Uesugi force).
  926. (They take warmed shochu infrequently even in present days.)
  927. (They used the Ninomaru [second bailey] for the everyday governmental duties.)
  928. (They were called 'xx kichi' or 'xx shichi', which were the same as lower banto.)
  929. (They were not direct descendants because the clan had also been succeeded by adopted heirs etc.)
  930. (They were tasked with guarding the Imperial Court, and were a precursor of sorts to the later Imperial Guard Corps.)
  931. (They would of course be usable for a much longer time.)
  932. (This Nijo Family was a totally different line from the Nijo Family of the Sekkan (regent and senior regent) houses.
  933. (This anecdote was included in a series of essays by Baien MIURA entitled "Baien-sosho" (Baien Volumes) which had been written slightly before that, in 1750, but was not published until 1855.)
  934. (This applied to some kuge whose class were lower that of the seiga-ke families, but the control of estate affairs was even harder for them without funds and political power.)
  935. (This article describes in assuming that the writer was Yuien.)
  936. (This battle is commonly referred to as 'The Battle of Okehazama,' according to "Shincho Koki" [Biography of the Warlord Nobunaga ODA].)
  937. (This being said, there is no evidence to substantiate his tactical involvement in the Incident.)
  938. (This characteristic is common to sacred gems generally; it is the same as gorinto and hoto referred to above, ishidoro [stone lantern] and giboshi [ornamental top of a railing].)
  939. (This classification is seemingly aimed at classifying Hon Kyogen by the sorts of the leading parts.)
  940. (This counting method was often used in old commentaries on the Tale of Genji before the medieval age.)
  941. (This description came from the program called "Kodai-shi no Nazo ni idomu" (Unveiling mysteries of ancient history))
  942. (This designation was canceled in 1948.)
  943. (This episode is said to be from Toshiaki KIRINO, who became famous in the Seinan War)' (nanbangekizetsu: foreigner's language or songs of bullheaded shrike, in other words, foreigner's non-understandable language)
  944. (This event is called the 'Senjumaru Incident,' after the name of a young servant who was considered to be the actual executioner of the crime.)
  945. (This event is sometimes called the 'Oei War')
  946. (This example shows the case where the lines in a speech balloon are written vertically and the page layout is right-to-left, but if the lines in a speech balloon are written horizontally and the page layout is left-to-right, the reading direction should be reversed.)
  947. (This fact was intentionally revealed by Motonari to Harukata).
  948. (This figure does not include 3 million koku of kokudaka, gained from the fiefs of hatamoto, including kotai-yoriai (the hatamoto which had alternate-year residence in Edo).
  949. (This format clearly emerged in 1806 with the publication of Sanba SHIKITEI's work "Ikazuchitaro Goaku Monogatari" (The saga of the villainous Taro Ikazuchi). Sanba is said to be the originator of the `Gokan` picture book genre.)
  950. (This gagaku piece HIKARI is his very first piece created in the stages of composition.)
  951. (This hunting envoy is believed to have been ARIWARA no Narihira, her cousin's husband and Emperor Heizei's grandson.)
  952. (This influenced a new form of wabicha (simple, austere, frugal tea ceremony.)
  953. (This internal discord resulted in a loss of one third of the party members of the House of Representatives; they either left the party or were struck off the list.)
  954. (This is a similar service that motorbike messengers and the United Association of Japan Light Motor Vehicle Porters provide; however, taxis are supposed to offer services to carry passengers so, carrying freight by taxi violates the Road Transportation Act.)
  955. (This is also cited in Kaisei Mikawago Fudoki.)
  956. (This is because statue was found to have been damaged during the Meiji period and camphor wood was used to repair the missing portion.)
  957. (This is because there is also the Otani Honbyo Mausoleum (Nishi Otani) which the Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) Hongan-ji school (Nishi Hongan-ji Temple) considers as the grave of Shinran, the founder of its sect, in Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City.)
  958. (This is called "kenbishi-gata" or diamond-shaped.)
  959. (This is called 'Kawabiki' (literally, pulling via the river).)
  960. (This is called 'Okabiki' (literally, pulling over land).)
  961. (This is called 'Yomotsu-hegui.')
  962. (This is cited from "Secrets of Ehime Foods," Akira DOINAKA (Atlas Publishing Inc.))
  963. (This is described in this section in detail.)
  964. (This is equivalent to Norimaki in the Kanto region.)
  965. (This is greatly different from the system of the area designation for the cultivation of edible rice, which renews its evaluation every year).
  966. (This is his first appearance in historical record.)
  967. (This is not often seen in other regions except for the Tango region) It is said that such a signboard is set not only to warn people in order to preserve plants, but also to serve as a warning against the danger of being bitten by Japanese copperheads in forests while seeking Hedara.
  968. (This is said to be because it had a head start in withdrawing its gyudon from the market and suffered less heavy damage than other chains, when the BSE issue described below occurred.)
  969. (This is the concept of considering a part of the body, meaning what is separated from the body, as unclean, which is also perceived in regard to the hair, nails and released bodily fluids; and similar ideas exist in other religions and myths.)
  970. (This is thought to be because of Platform 2's low usage rate; after the train schedule revision on March 17, 2007, the platform was used by only one train per day.)
  971. (This is well illustrated by Entatsu and Achako who created "Waseda-Keio Baseball Game" based upon a radio relay of college baseball games).
  972. (This is why it was designated as an architecture of important cultural property in the name of 'Nio-mon Gate of Oka-dera Temple' and 'Shoin (reception room) of Oka-dera Temple.'
  973. (This is, however, believed to have actually happened at around the beginning of the fourth century.)
  974. (This may not be the case for additional buses.)
  975. (This means that Omi shonin were greedy, while Ise shonin were persistent in income and outgo like poor beggars.)
  976. (This means that although Toshiie is lower than Ieyasu both in the official rank and the territories and kokudaka (crop yield), he is a man of brilliant military feat and is trusted by Hideyoshi, so Toshiie is by far more popular than Ieyasu.)
  977. (This mentions why he performs in Okayama.)
  978. (This one was manufactured by Mitsubishi Electronic Corporation)
  979. (This opinion was advocated by Kiyoko MARUYAMA and others)
  980. (This pagoda is called "Daito" (literally, "large pagoda") or "Konpon Daito" ("large pagoda, the root of the universe")).
  981. (This part is the biggest difference between the two records.)
  982. (This problem is more serious in the Kochi/Matsuyama directions, as more frequent Limited Express train services are provided in these directions.)
  983. (This reappointment was due to his father Kimiyori SANJO being additionally appointed to Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards))
  984. (This replica has been made using ayu (sweetfish) caught in the Kamo-gawa River.)
  985. (This section is not written yet)
  986. (This shows that he enormously donated to the Ashikaga shogun family and was trusted to such an extent.)
  987. (This still applies today).
  988. (This story is seen in a legend that tells the reason why the Maeda family eventually obtained the Otenta [a Japanese sword made by Mitsuyo designated as a National Treasures of Japan])
  989. (This tendency continued until around 2000 when the problem of fraudulently claiming the origin arose, and seventy percent of Miwa somen was actually produced in Shimabara at the time.)
  990. (This theory is based on the matter that ARIWARA no Narihira was concerned with the production of "Ise Monogatari.")
  991. (This theory is based on the relationship between the Emperor Uda and Ise.)
  992. (This time also, it was not realized because of fall of Nakamaro.)
  993. (This type of Sakutan Toji was called Rinji Sakutan Toji [casual Sakutan Toji]).
  994. (This varies according to its width.)
  995. (This war that lasted about two years naturally did not result in the abrogation of the unfair treaties and the expulsion of the foreigners.)
  996. (This was due to the fact that the shogunate had granted a sort of credit currency value to Japan's silver.)
  997. (This was long enough to accommodate the overnight train '(Sunrise) Izumo,' which could have up to 12 cars including freight cars.
  998. (This will is said to have been left to the care of Shoyo TSUBOUCHI who had been friends with him.)
  999. (This would be equivalent to going out in samurai attire nowadays.)
  1000. (This year the priest Dogyo stole Kusanagi no tsurugi.)

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