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  1. At the trial, prosecutors claimed Shiseikai for solicitation of the riot, but this claim was rejected, and both Sukematsu MINAMI and Tsuruzo NAGAOKA were sentenced innocent.
  2. At the turn of the eleventh century, FUJIWARA no Michinaga owned the villa, and after Michinaga died, his legitimate son FUJIWARA no Yorimichi inherited the villa and FUJIWARA no Shoshi, a daughter of Michinaga (an elder sister of Yorimichi), lived there after became a nun.
  3. At the unveiling ceremony, in addition to Empress Tadako, Imperial Prince Takehito and Princess, other old people who proposed the statue be built, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA who had a close relationship to the Prince came and made speeches.
  4. At the very end of his life, Soseki tried to reach the mentality he called 'Sokutenkyoshi,' which is considered to have been the state of mind he had during the Shuzenji no Taikan.
  5. At the very end of the Heian period, the Emperor Takakura who was on the throne grieved over the death of his favorite mistress.
  6. At the very first performance, Sankichi, played by Kikugoro ONOE V at the age of 13, was an excellent performance and even Kodanji ICHIKAWA IV, who played Kozo, was impressed.
  7. At the very least the death of Chokei's younger brother Fuyuyasu ATAGI in 1564 is attributed as murder, as the end result of Hisahide's slander against Chokei; moreover, it appears that Hisahide was trying to take over the Miyoshi clan.
  8. At the very least, it is highly probable that Roei Hyakushu was completed prior to 1199.
  9. At the very least, it seems that there was a confrontation between Emperor Ichijo and Michinaga regarding the future of Prince Atsuyasu and Prince Atsuhira.
  10. At the very least, the Bakufu was uneasy about the knowledge of Russia expanding southward.
  11. At the viewing platform, Kansai International Airport, followed by Awaji-shima Island on the Osaka Prefecture side could be clearly viewed.
  12. At the ward assembly election in 1878, a woman called Kita KUSUSE made the following protest against Kochi Prefecture:
  13. At the water burial held on the ship, Kondo is said to go out of the bed to be dressed up and read his message of condolences, although he was also shot and heavily wounded in the shoulder.
  14. At the wedding between Tadaoki HOSOKAWA (a son of Fujitaka) and Princess Tama (Gracia HOSOKAWA, a daughter of Mitsuhide AKECHI), Yasuyuki served as the organizer for Tama.
  15. At the wedding night, however, when Seizaemon was going to take his new wife in the bed, he found a skinny woman with long hair peeping at them from behind a byobu around the bed.
  16. At the western end, it connects to Tatsutagoe Nara?kaido Road.
  17. At the western foot of Mt. Eno
  18. At the wish of FUJUWARA no Tadamich, he drew Yoe Kannon in 1142.
  19. At the wish of a nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court (a consort of an emperor)), Fujiwara no Junshi, he founded Kyoto Ansho-ji Temple (Kyoto City) in 848.
  20. At the withdrawal, it is said that as he rode a horse he jeered Tokugawa's army, saying, 'Although there are a million warriors in Kanto, there are no men,' and calmly withdrew.
  21. At the yashiro of a shrine the shimenawa ropes are stretched as the proof of the shintai.
  22. At the year-end of 1466, however, with Mochikiyo's downfall, Takatada was removed from office.
  23. At the young age of nine, he was appointed to the post of jiju (Grand Chamberlain) with the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  24. At their wits end, the Miyoshi clan attacked Nijo-jo Castle and kill their lord, Shogun Yoshiteru on June 27, 1565 (Eiroku Incident).
  25. At these chokusai, imperial messengers use kimono and ancient head-dress (similar to the 'formal dress' defined by Jinja Honcho (The Association of Shinto Shrines)), and their conduct is mostly fixed.
  26. At these restaurants, in many cases the kushikatus are flavored with their own seasonings, such as different types of salts, tartar sauce, miso or sesami-based sauce as well as Worcester sauce.
  27. At these stations simple ticket checkers for IC cards were introduced.
  28. At these times, the head was revolved upright towards the left by shifting between the left and right knees.
  29. At thirty-five, he became enlightened.
  30. At thirty-three, he practiced Zen under MITSUN Engo (Also known as Mi-yun Yuan-wu, 密雲円悟), a Zen priest, at Vang-un ghoul-un juu Temple on Mt. Jinsushan, and later Ingen followed Mistun who took up a new position as chief priest at Manpuku-ji Temple.
  31. At this Kurodo dokoro (imperial secretariat), in a room of the Tenjo no ma at Seiryoden, the emperor's residence, Tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace) with the official rank of Shii (Fourth Rank) and Goi (Fifth Rank) was on night duty in turn.
  32. At this battle, Aritsuna and Yukimune managed their large forces and successfully routed Hasuike and hostile forces.
  33. At this battle, Goguryeo held out against the enemy's attack, and the Tang army ended the battle and returned to China after receiving the food.
  34. At this ceremony, Maro MONONOBE (ISONOKAMI no Maro) was holding a shield, NAKATOMI no Oshima read the Amatsukami-no-yogoto, and then, INBE no Shikobuchi presented the sacred jewel and mirror, whereby the enthronement was completed.
  35. At this ceremony, the Emperor Goshirakawa took a brush of the Kaigen to perform the ceremony.
  36. At this ceremony, this became the traditional confectionary to be consumed and came to be produced by traditional Japanese confectionary makers across Japan.
  37. At this conference, the collection of counterfeit coins of Japanese citizens (centered around nibukin) and the introduction of the modern currency system were decided as international commitments.
  38. At this critical moment Shokaku SHOFUKUTEI (V) and Yonedanji KATSURA (IV) formed a group called 'Rakugo-so.'
  39. At this former castle site, descendants of Shinsaku established a monument in 1935, indicating that Shinsaku was the thirteenth descendant of the Takasugi clan.
  40. At this incident, Tokiyori's older brother, Tsunetoki HOJO, armed his followers and sent them to support the Miura clan, who he thought had a good reason to fight.
  41. At this juncture trainees move from Jirigyo training for their own benefit to Ketagyo training for the salvation of all life, and add a trip to Kyoto's Sekizanzen-in Temple to their route, walking about 60km per day for the next 100 days.
  42. At this juncture, Mototsune decided to have the third son of the Emperor Nimmyo, who was of a modest and generous character, installed on the throne as Emperor Koko.
  43. At this juncture, TAIRA no Tokitada (Kiyomori's brother-in-law) and FUJIWARA no Narichica, who were close to the Retired Emperor, were also dismissed.
  44. At this juncture, Yoshihisa took the tonsure, and assumed the Buddhist name Ryuhaku, but it is unclear as to whether he transferred the family estate to Yoshihiro.
  45. At this kayaba, Japanese pampas grass is collected in late autumn by volunteers from the local residents.
  46. At this makigari, the Soga brothers' revenge took place and their uncle, MINAMOTO no Noriyori, was suspected of treason, and after being exiled Yoritomo had him executed as a criminal.
  47. At this moment in the Kabuki play, the large drum mentioned above beats 'Donden-donden.'
  48. At this moment, I am reminded of the will of my father Emperor Showa who always shared joys and sorrows with Japanese people during little more than 60 year of his reign.
  49. At this moment, Shunzo drove them off without drawing his sword.
  50. At this moment, butt the yolk with a spatula and spread it to the same degree as the dough (you can scoop it with a spatula).
  51. At this moment, even forgetting Katsuie SHIBATA and Nobumori SAKUMA who had already been given appointments, Mitsuhide could be seen as having a higher position than Nagahide NIWA and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  52. At this moment, flavors of magnolia and sansho float.
  53. At this moment, the Tokugawa family had two plans to choose from, on one hand was allegiance to the new government and on the other hand the continuation of their current bakufu defense and at the same time the bakufu group could form an alliance with the Sabaku-ha (supporters of the Shogun) domains and eventually gain the power to reverse the present situation.
  54. At this moment, the main force of the Satsuma army led by KIRINO, SHINOHARA, MURATA, and BEPPU was assembling in Okubo (north of Kumamoto City.)
  55. At this occasion, Chogen SHUNJYOBO (1121 - 1206), a priest in the position of Daikanjin (priest to collect contributions) made every effort to revive the Todai-ji Temple.
  56. At this occasion, Yoshimoto paid each retainer of the Tokuyama family the moving expenses depending on their status, and handled the area of the former Tokuyama domain as an administrative area.
  57. At this occasion, the diplomatic relations with Tang Dynasty began.
  58. At this opportunity Gien attempted to attempt the enemy's camp alone at night, but he failed.
  59. At this place, military policemen (Japanese army) and the police told them to stop demonstration.
  60. At this point Yorimasa was an old man, well into his mid-seventies, and having received his heart's desire, investiture into the third rank, he took the tonsure and became a priest the following year, bequeathing his inheritance to his eldest son and heir, MINAMOTO no Nakatsuna.
  61. At this point in history, the shooting of noncombatants like navigators or oarsmen in a naval battle was considered against the etiquette of war, yet Yoshitsune dared to break this unwritten rule.
  62. At this point in time there was, however, one more political colossus that could not be ignored.
  63. At this point in time, the authority and the reputation of Yoshinaka were far superior to those of Yoritomo.
  64. At this point numerous followers moved from Junnyo's Buddhist sect, which became Nishi (West) Hongan-ji Temple, to Kyonyo's Higashi Hongan-ji Temple, whereby Hongan-ji Temple was split into eastern and western factions.
  65. At this point of time, he considered to retire from active stage of politics and serve the Crown Prince Tsunesada, who was the son of the Retired Emperor, but, being persuaded by the Emperor Ninmyo, he stayed in the position of the chunagon.
  66. At this point only the ferocious cub is left at the starting point, so the mother tiger takes it over to the far shore last.
  67. At this point the Semi Express 'Hakuto (train),' running in the section between Kyoto Station and Matsue Station via Ayabe Station, was upgraded to an express and the rolling stock was converted into a diesel train.
  68. At this point, 25 cards are also set out on the opponent's territory.
  69. At this point, Hojo finally determined to make peace with Ieyasu.
  70. At this point, Kamakura government gained security and this was an essential achievement, incomparable with the search for Yoshitsune.
  71. At this point, Kanpei already knows about the plot to kill Moronao and wants to take a part in it.
  72. At this point, Kiyomori organized the system for guarding the Imperial grounds to suppress rebellion by the cloistered government group, therefore clarifying his position as supporting Nijo.
  73. At this point, Kiyomori, too, realized that there was no alternative but to give up the relocation of the capital.
  74. At this point, Motonari had porridge cooked in hopes of inciting the soldiers inside the castle to surrender.
  75. At this point, Nobunaga planned to have local ruling family including the Ikeda clan as his retainers to stabilize his ruling in Settsu Province and he entrusted ruling of Settu Province to Katsumasa, Chikaoki ITAMI and Koremasa WADA, then those three were called 'three military governors of Settsu Province.'
  76. At this point, Prince Takechi may have already been ranked highest among the members of the Imperial family and the vassals.
  77. At this point, Yoshimoto, who was well on in years, led the vanguard in the fight against the Taira forces, but the fortunes of war had turned against him, and he was killed in the fighting.
  78. At this point, all express trains that had been operated on the Sanin Line and arrived at and departed from Kyoto Station were discontinued.
  79. At this point, armed conflicts between Katsumoto and Sozen were inevitable.
  80. At this point, be careful that your bare hand does not touch the outside of the kappogi.
  81. At this point, foot soldier Kichiemon TERASAKA departed from the group and there were 46 Ako Roshi left.
  82. At this point, taking a look at the inside of the Yoritomo government, an argument about the independence of the Togoku region deeply rooted among the influential Kanto Samurai, such as TAIRA no Hirotsune.
  83. At this point, the Emperor and Tokiyori shared a mutual interest, leading to the birth of the 'Imperial Shogun.'
  84. At this point, the Japanese Imperial Court as the premodern political system was ended and replaced by the government of Japanese Nation (or the Empire of Japan).
  85. At this point, the Kobayakawa clan was moved from the Oe-Mori clan to the Toyotomi clan.
  86. At this point, the Kutsuki Domain of the Toyotomi government disappeared.
  87. At this point, the Taira clan administration abandoned its foundation established in the aristocracy and fell into being a local government of the west.
  88. At this point, the Tenchu-gumi had already been destroyed and Kuniomi insisted on scrapping the plan to raise an army, however he was overpowered by hard-liners who insisted on avenging the Tenchu-gumi and embarked on building an army.
  89. At this point, the advance contingent of allied forces under Toyotomi, consisting of 6,000 troops, including Hidehisa SENGOKU, Motochika CHOSOKABE, Nobuchika CHOSOKABE and Masayasu SOGO, landed in Kyushu as reinforcements to the beseiged Otomo clan, and encamped across the Ono-gawa River facing Iehisa's camp.
  90. At this point, the bushi were still farm managers who leased public fields from provincial lords and produced agricultural products as their economic bases, but not the managers of shoryo.
  91. At this point, the dean of the Faculty of Law, Hideo MIYAMOTO apologized to the Ministry of Education and this was not a problem.
  92. At this point, the decline and collapse of Kansai Kabuki became clear to all.
  93. At this point, the fillet is still soft but can be used as a foodstuff called "namaribushi" (or "namabushi") without any further processing.
  94. At this point, the ghost (nochi shite) has a worn-out look with a cane, wearing white clothing and a mask called a deigan (a Noh mask with mud in the eyes) on her face.
  95. At this point, the object is finally designated as a cultural property.
  96. At this point, the problem confronting the Imperial Court in the capital was how to secure income from kanmotsu and nengu.
  97. At this point, the regent family had already split within the bakufu, and it is said that there were intentions to split the Imperial family in the same way (Kazuto HONGO), but there are no historical documents to prove this and the truth is unknown.
  98. At this point, the regent, as the post of one who conducted government in the emperor's place, came to be defined as an official outside of Ritsuryo.
  99. At this point, the said sectional services were no longer affiliated with the Uji-Yodo Route and they were tentatively closed (though it was not known when the same service would resume.)
  100. At this point, the territory of the Takeda family consisted of Shinano Province, Suruga Province, the western part of Kozuke Province, Totomi Province, Mikawa Province, Hida Province, and a part of Ecchu Province as well as Kai Province, and its (crop) yield reached 1,200,000 koku (0.3336 million cubic meters).
  101. At this point, the work has left a strong impression on people, and therefore survived among the many stories that had been written in those days, even though the story belongs to a genre that hasn't survived well.
  102. At this point, those who decided to stay in the group moved to Edo after dealing with their families.
  103. At this point, which was the early part of this incident, there were some members who escaped from the group, such as Mitsuya ITO from Kariya Domain of Mikawa.
  104. At this session, MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo was made the governor of Harima while his son and heir, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, was appointed Uhyoe no Gon no suke (provisional assistant captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  105. At this stage, no or only one limited express train, two rapid trains and four local trains became available on an hourly basis, which is almost the same as today.
  106. At this stage, the bakufu was a local government mainly in the eastern countries, but a samurai authority that was comparable to the emperor and the retired emperor was born.
  107. At this stage, the battle lines for the both parties seemed fixed, and peace talks commenced.
  108. At this stage, the difference between Rapid and local trains in both performance and services became greater, necessitating sooner introduction of new cars for local trains.
  109. At this stage, the former Shogunate forces were still far superior in military strength in total and were supposedly going to take the offensive in no time; Yoshinobu, however, escaped from Osaka Castle on January 30 and fled to Edo by sea, abandoning his army.
  110. At this stage, the percentage of glucose, which is consumed by yeast, is almost none, and the fermentation does not occur by adding yeast to the melted rice.
  111. At this stage, the right of kanno meant the practical governance over local regions.
  112. At this stage, the shokan class in conflict with honjo is believed to have included the drifting akuto described above.
  113. At this stage, the term 'shomin' was no longer used as it gradually and naturally disappeared.
  114. At this station, each local train makes a turn and all limited express trains stop.
  115. At this station, the line connects with the Sennichimae Line of the Osaka Municipal Subway, the Yotsubashi Line of the Osaka Municipal Subway, Kinki-Nippon Railway, Hanshin Electric Railway and the Nankai Electric Railway.
  116. At this step, they were low to middle ranking officers living in Kyoto or zuryo as well as being the chief of one 'bushidan.'
  117. At this time 'Yeongeunmun' and the Samjeondo Monument that is dubbed as 'disgrace gate' were destroyed and 'Independence Gate' was errected to celebrate its independence.
  118. At this time Emperor Sanjo looked for advice from the scholar, Dainagon FUJIWARA no Sanesuke, while udaijin Akimitsu favored sadaijin Michinaga.
  119. At this time Gongoro Kagemasa was 16 years old.
  120. At this time Hokurokunomiya did not go together with Yoshinaka, he stayed in Kaga Province.
  121. At this time Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, who was an ally of Nobunaga, stood on Nobukatsu's side, and Motochika CHOSOKABE, Saika party of Kii province and others joined the war against Hideyoshi.
  122. At this time Kosai was exiled to Iki Province and Ryukan to Mutsu Province as well.
  123. At this time Ryoma had his forehead slashed (there are other theories, one saying that the assassins gave their name cards before attacking.)
  124. At this time Saigo presented the seven conditions, should they be met, to suspend and avoid the general attack about to commence on Edo-jo Castle, Yamaoka was to consider the following:
  125. At this time Shingen sent a letter to both Nagamasa and Hisamasa.
  126. At this time Tadahiko was prepared for execution like Shoin YOSHIDA, and Imperial Prince Taruhito, imagining that this would be the last farewell, sent off with tears.
  127. At this time Torin-in Temple became the ancestral temple of the Yamana clan from the original family temple of the Hosokawa clan.
  128. At this time Yoshinobu relocated to the Ueno Kanei-ji Temple Daiji-in and he was to spend his life confined inside this temple.
  129. At this time as soon as Hideyoshi, who was in the battle of flooding Bicchu Takamatsu Castle, knew this incident, he immediately concluded a peace with Terumoto MORI on the condition of Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) of Muneharu SHIMIZU, a lord of Takamatsu Castle and had his troops go back to Kyoto (Chugoku Oogaeshi).
  130. At this time at the end of the twelfth century, the name of 'Chujo Hime' had not been seen.
  131. At this time he became a monk and was named Dosho.
  132. At this time he constructed Shingisanjo Castle and Nijozanjo Castle (Yamato Province) as footholds which lead to both Kawachi and Yamato.
  133. At this time he decided to call himself Soa.
  134. At this time he distributed 3000 koku to his younger brother Masasuke INABA.
  135. At this time he started wearing his hair in a topknot, leaving the hair on his forehead uncut instead of having it in sakayaki style (where part of the forehead is shaved).
  136. At this time he was 39.
  137. At this time he was confronted with MORI troops of which commanders are Terumoto MORI, Motoharu KIKKAWA and Takakage KOBAYAKAWA, and asked Nobunaga to deliver reinforcements.
  138. At this time his brother, Prince Wake was demoted from nobility to subject after receiving the name of 岡真人, however, Prince Wake returned to the Imperial Family in 759.
  139. At this time his eyesight was gradually weakening due to glaucoma and he lost his eyesight in his last days, but he continued to act on the stage until the last day of his life.
  140. At this time in Korea there was increasingly strong enthusiasm towards the expulsion of foreigners.
  141. At this time in Kyoto, an incident involving wooden statues of Ashikaga shogun for three generations being beheaded and heads gibbeted had occurred, and disciples of Hirata Kokugaku (the study of Japanese classical literature by the Hirata school) were arrested as offenders.
  142. At this time individuals outside of the Fujiwara clan, who had originally gained lifetime peerage because they returned to their parental home in Kyoto after exclaustration, were endowed with a perpetual peerage afterwards.
  143. At this time it briefly existed as a chokugan-ji (temple built by imperial order) with a complex of buildings but subsequent periods of decline and revival resulted in only the main hall, Jizo-do hall and Niomon gate remaining.
  144. At this time it is OK to put an egg in beforehand, but be careful not to completely mix the yolk and white.
  145. At this time it was under the joint administration of Koyasan Hosho-in Temple.
  146. At this time jiuta reached the point in shamisen technique where no further improvement could be made.
  147. At this time the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa, who was expected to go into exile from the capital, escaped secretly to Mt. Hiei-zan, where Yoshinaka had marched in, on the day before his planned exile.
  148. At this time the Edo government established Jodo Seizan-ha hatto for Seizan-ha independently.
  149. At this time the Kinu and Hitoe worn as undershirts were long length shirts similar to the one's for woman, and the Hakama was Nagabakama with light pink color.
  150. At this time the connecting line between Hanaten, Neyagawa connection point and Sakuranomiya was set and later became the origin of the line between Hanaten and Yodogawa, but the time of abolishment is not known.
  151. At this time the principal image standing statue of Ksitigarbha (Important Cultural Property) was also burnt along with the papier-m?sh? statues of Kenrei Mon-in and Awa no naiji (created from the letters and sutra transcriptions written by Kanrei Mon-in).
  152. At this time there was a rumor that it was going to be absorbed in future by Sukiya, a member chain of the group.
  153. At this time there were no plans to distribute kokushi uniformly throughout the country.
  154. At this time they made peace influenced by an order of Emperor Ogimachi, but Yoshiaki mustered an army again in July.
  155. At this time water from the cabbage permeate the dough and thus it is desirable for the surface of the dough to be dry to some degree and have both hardness and softness before putting the cabbage on.
  156. At this time, 'A Record of Dreams' is found in Sutoku's residence, which was burned down in a fire.
  157. At this time, 'inspection' also meant 'reconnaissance' in the words of official documents of the bureaucracy, so 'inspection in Manju' really amounted to reconnaissance of Manju by Ikegami in 1872.
  158. At this time, 8,000 koku of Hidetsugu's territory became Katsutoyo's.
  159. At this time, Benkanshi (controller) created own memo in order not to forget the contents of such orders and intents.
  160. At this time, Emperor Meiji valued Tani's opinion and tried to stop him from resigning, and also asked Takayuki SASAKI to tell him to postpone his returning home and offer the Emperor his allegiance.
  161. At this time, Eshi painters painted before and after conditions, presenting volumes one and two of these paintings to the Imperial court and bakufu in 1867, which were the so-called 'Bunkyu Sanrikuzu.'
  162. At this time, Gonbei YAMAMOTO of the Navy visited the Seiyu-kai Party headquarters to encourage them.
  163. At this time, Goshirakawa was trying to strengthen the cloister government and gave Kiyomori's son, TAIRA no Shigemori the rights to the military and guards to police the Tokai-do, Tosan-do, Sanyo-do, and Nankai-do routes.
  164. At this time, HAJI no Umate offered food to the accompanying party.
  165. At this time, Hayato wore a bear fur haori.
  166. At this time, Heinosuke GOSHO and Kazunobu SHIGEMUNE were his apprentices.
  167. At this time, Hidesuke NAKANOBO and Iga shu among the Tsusui troops approached the castle from karamete (backdoor) and shot a fire arrow into it.
  168. At this time, Hideyoshi HASHIBA brought up the peace plan with respect to the Mori clan, but hid the fact, and Ekei, a diplomat priest, made up the peace plan.
  169. At this time, Hideyoshi hardly had any retainers for himself, so Katsutoyo changed his position to become Hideyoshi's own direct vassal.
  170. At this time, Ieyasu sent a letter to Masamune indicating the reward of a new, additional territory of 490,000 koku value on top of his existing 580,000 koku upon victory ("Assurance of Hyakumangoku [1 million koku]" owned by the Sendai City Museum).
  171. At this time, Iwayu was granted setto (a sword given by the emperor in the symbol of his trust to the appointment of someone to a mission), and after this, granting setto in the subjection of indigenous inhabitants in eastern Japan became a custom.
  172. At this time, Izanami said, 'I will kill 1000 people a day from now on.'
  173. At this time, KIBI no Makibi and Genbo, who visited Tang China on the previous vessels, agreed to return to Japan, but ABE no Nakamaro refused to do so because he had passed the kakyo (examinations for Chinese state bureaucrats) and taken the government post there.
  174. At this time, Kaneie was accused because he built the west side one of the twin honin halls imitating the seiryoden hall in the imperial residence in the palace.
  175. At this time, Katsuie SHIBATA, who had been on Nobunaga's side after the Battle of Inou, informed him and Nobunaga who noticed the plan asked Nobukatsu to come to the Kiyosu-jo castle telling him a lie that he became sick, and killed him.
  176. At this time, Kawachi-Genji began to establish a toehold in the east.
  177. At this time, Keihan Uji Kotsu launched a service line that loops back from midway (Line No. 31A, from Keihan Yodo to Nishi-Imoarai and to Murahigashi.)
  178. At this time, Kenshin reconciled with Katsuyori TAKEDA and broke up the alliance with Nobunaga and built up an anti-Nobunaga network with Kenshin as a new leader.
  179. At this time, Kiyoshi was ordered to investigate the counterfeit bill case committed by the domain as an organization.
  180. At this time, Koreyoshi OUCHI and Tsunetoshi YAMAUCHISUDO were appointed as daikan (local governors) in Iga and Ise respectively, to hunt down the remnants of the Taira clan and Yoshinaka's force.
  181. At this time, Kuniomi was seriously absorbed in Shoko Shugi, and on his returning home in 1854, he left Edo wearing old hakama (loose-legged pleated trousers for formal wear) and an antique sword.
  182. At this time, Kyoto Prefecture merged Kuwata-gun, Funai-gun and Ikaruga-gun of Tanba Province, in addition to the entire area of Yamashiro Province.
  183. At this time, Masamune DATE had set up the headquarters at the foot of Mt. Haguro and called Kagetsune KATAKURA to ask the situation in the Fukushima-jo Castle.
  184. At this time, Masanobu's shoryo was reduced to that bearing 17,000 koku because he distributed properties bearing 1,000 koku to his younger brother, Masanao ICHIHASHI.
  185. At this time, Masayuki SANADA who had influence from eastern Shinano to Nishiueno belonged to the Hojo side, but when Tokugawa invaded eastern Shinano, he switched to the Tokugawa side.
  186. At this time, Miushi was given the rank of Shojunii.
  187. At this time, Muneshige TACHIBANA ran after the Shimazu's retreating army, and retrieved Takatorii-jo Castle, Iwaya-jo Castle, and Homanyama-jo Castle.
  188. At this time, Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, the son of Motonaga, proved himself as a vassal of Harumoto and Harumoto overwhelmed Ujitsuna.
  189. At this time, Nichia entrusted the transmission to the lay priest Yuzuno Jonen and it is said that Yuzuno Jonen was affiliated with Priest Nichei.
  190. At this time, Nobunaga had his sister Oichi no kata married.
  191. At this time, Nobushige, the son of the head of the family, wandered from one territorial lord to another as a hostage.
  192. At this time, Nobutora developed the relationships between then influential people.
  193. At this time, OKUBO was in a dilemma between Shigakko outside the government and the Choshu faction inside the government.
  194. At this time, Okiyo-o, who had become Musashi Gon no kami (a provisional governor of Musashi Province), was not on good terms with KUDARA no Sadatsura, Musashi no kuni-no kami, who had just been appointed as a zuryo; this led Okiyo-o to abandon his assigned region and seek refuge with Masakado.
  195. At this time, Prince Oama sent MICHI no Masuhito to pick up the two princes.
  196. At this time, Ryoma endorsed the Alliance upon request by KATSURA.
  197. At this time, Sadachika ISE, who was a close retainer of Yoshimasa, recommended the disinheritance of Yoshimi ASHIKAGA, who had once been nominated as a successor by Yoshimasa, as well as Yoshihisa's succession as the shogun.
  198. At this time, Sadahira KOBAYAKAWA from the head family of the Kobayakawa clan was with Rokuhara Tandai.
  199. At this time, Saigo's heir, Torataro was born on July 12, and Saigo was granted the title of Ometsuke, Rikugun-Kakari (Department of the Army) and Attendant at the Chief Retainer's Office.
  200. At this time, Saionji also attended the meeting as a Genro for the first time.
  201. At this time, Sanai OKA, a member of the Fukushima-jo Castle garrison went out of the castle and cut off the head of Shirozaemon KOWATA on the Date side by pinning him to the ground.
  202. At this time, Satomi clan, daimyo in the Sengoku period proclaimed himself as Kanto vice shogun, following Yoshiaki.
  203. At this time, Senemon NISHIMURA (西村仙右衛門) and Uheji SODA (曾田宇平次) on the Suda side took away Date family's treasures; the enclosure with the nine-planet crest and the enclosure on blue background with Chapter 28 of the Lotus Sutra embroidered in yellow.
  204. At this time, Shigemori was not in good health, and resigned as Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor).
  205. At this time, Shinen, who assumed the position of bettoshiki (the office of head administrator) right after its destruction by fire, together with Gedatsu Shonin Jokei, made great efforts to restore Kofuku-ji Temple.
  206. At this time, Shingohei AOKI (青木新五兵衛) hit the maemono (helmet decoration) on Masamune DATE's armor helmet by thrusting the sword into his uchikabuto (the visor on an armor helmet).
  207. At this time, Shuso (Moriso, 守其), who was responsible for this edition and edited "Korai New Tripitaka Revision Record (高麗国新雕大蔵経校正別録)," revised the first edition by referring to the Kitai edition.
  208. At this time, Silla and Japan were both sending envoys regularly, and on December 16, Shiyaubiyau KON came from Silla to Japan in stead.
  209. At this time, Sino-Japanese War broke out, and he departed for the front.
  210. At this time, Sukeyoshi held the position of the junior grade of the second (court) rank/chief councilor of state and was 40 years old.
  211. At this time, Suzaku Oji Avenue extended from Rajo-mon gate, with To-ji Temple (lit. East Temple) sting on the east side and Sai-ji Temple (lit. West Temple) standing on the west side.
  212. At this time, Takasue was appointed to Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices), as the successor for Dazai no daini (Senior Assistant Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices) FUJIWARA no Chikanobu, and he received public criticism.
  213. At this time, Tanabe-jo Castle was protected by the remaining 500 soldiers lead by Yusai HOSOKAWA, the father of Tadaoki.
  214. At this time, Tenchi 's grandson, Kado no Okimi, insisted the direct line succession, however it seems that Monmu did not touch on the law which was established by Emperor Tenchi in his counter-argument.
  215. At this time, The Battle of Toba-Fushimi had ended, the Tokugawa shogunate side was utterly defeated.
  216. At this time, Toshiie left for Fushimi-jo Castle after he told his son Toshinaga as follows.
  217. At this time, Townsend HARRIS, the USA council general, urged the Japanese government to enter into the Treaty of Amity and Commerce.
  218. At this time, Tsukuyomi was born from her right eye and Susanoo from her nose, and the three together have come to be called Mihashira no uzuno miko (three noble children).
  219. At this time, Tsunemori and Norimori, his elder brothers by a different mother, were not Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors), leaving Yorimori next in status to Kiyomori within the family.
  220. At this time, Yorimori was also dismissed from his additional public post of Uemon no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  221. At this time, Yoritomo composed a waka poem, 石川の館の麓の河隈に明賀の松の影そ映ふ (The shadow of pine trees of Meiga was mirrored on the river at the foot of the residence of Ishikawa).
  222. At this time, Yoshimitsu's Kitayama mountain villa was known as "Kitayama-dono" or "Kitayama-tei."
  223. At this time, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA was staying at the Nijo-jo Castle in Kyoto
  224. At this time, Zeami and Motomasa started to stray away from creative activities and were suppressed by Zoami of dengaku (a style of dancing and music performed in association with rice planting) and they began to lose favor from the shogunke (Shogun family).
  225. At this time, a European style bento like sandwich came to be available.
  226. At this time, a battle with the Takeda army developed to a mighty one.
  227. At this time, a brave soldier Kume ran ahead of the Fukei's cavalry, and they ran into the Karakuni's troops.
  228. At this time, a golden kite flew by and perched itself on the nock of Emperor Jinmu's bow, and Nagasunehiko's army was blinded and could not fight.
  229. At this time, a measure was introduced whereby the emperor would be evacuated to Sonobe-jo Castle, where Fusanao usually resided, if Kyoto were to be surrounded by fire during a war.
  230. At this time, a pact was formed among Ujizane IMAGAWA, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and Ujiyasu HOJO that would reinstall Ujizane as the lord of Suruga Province after Shingen TAKEDA's forces were expelled from Suruga.
  231. At this time, a salute was fired at Benten Daiba to welcome the both worships, but they ignored it.
  232. At this time, a western army used the area around Funaoka-yama Mountain for its encampment, and therefore the area later came to be called 'Nishijin' (the encampment of the western army group).
  233. At this time, all offers were considered that Nobunaga be appointed to any post among seii taishogun, Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state) and chief adviser to the Emperor.
  234. At this time, although Emperor Tenmu sat inside Oan-dono, the imperial family and vassals sat outside Oan-dono to play games.
  235. At this time, among lines going through Okubo, frequency of service from Keihan Uji to Jonanso, to Kintetsu Okubo and to Midorigahara-guchi was increased from 30 minutes intervals to 20 minutes by extending Line 27 to Keihan Yodo.
  236. At this time, an assassin who was after Kakuban's life determined Kakuban was hiding behind the Fudo Myoo zo (statue of Fudo Myoo [Acala, one of the Five Wisdom Kings]), the principal image of Mitsugonin temple, and slashed it, and blood streamed from the statue.
  237. At this time, an epidemic spread within the castle, and war weariness was prevalent.
  238. At this time, appointed the Governor of Kii Province.
  239. At this time, constructed were the Nandai-mon Gate with a Nio statue sculptured by masters of the Kei school put inside, in addition to Tamukeyama Hachimangu Shrine and its principal image, the statue of Hachiman (God of War).
  240. At this time, donationis often made to the temple requesting eitai kuyo (to perform memorial service for a longer period).
  241. At this time, due to the opposition against this ordinance, Yoshizo TAKAYAMA, the mayor at the time, exchanged memorandums with the opposing temples and shrines in which he stated that the same kind of taxation would be neither enforced nor extended thereafter.
  242. At this time, each store runs their business independently, and therefore are not strictly considered to be chain stores (accordingly, there is no main store).
  243. At this time, he admired Kondo's skill and personality and began to respect Kondo.
  244. At this time, he adopted Kyonyo, the first son of Kennyo.
  245. At this time, he appointed his retainer, Tsugunosuke KAWAI, as an official and carried out domain reforms.
  246. At this time, he became a Noh teacher for Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and presented Ieyasu with Zeami Densho (Zeami's writings) including "Fushikaden" and "Sarugaku dangi" which had been handed down from Motomasa.
  247. At this time, he changed his surname from Okura to Tsuchiya.
  248. At this time, he changed the place name of Inokuchi to Gifu.
  249. At this time, he converted Nobuaki IIJIMA and Tokubei NAKAZAWA, who later became the head members of the Japanese Methodist Church Kusakabe Church (current United Church of Christ in Japan Kusakabe Church), as believers.
  250. At this time, he defeated the armies of the Echizen Matsudaira family and the Maeda clan of the Kaga Domain, and introduced himself as a commander "Nobushige SANADA" for the first time (it is confirmed only in Osaka no Jin that Nobushige took the initiative in hoisting a flag).
  251. At this time, he distributed a chigyo-chi (a territory) of 2,000 koku to Sadazane SUGANUMA, a younger paternal half-brother, and 1,100 koku to Sadayoshi SUGANUMA, a younger paternal half-brother (whose mother was different from the one of Sadazane SUGANUMA); his direct control territory decreased from 41,100 koku to 38,000 koku.
  252. At this time, he gave 2000 koku of his territory to his fourth son Yasutoshi, so the territory of the Tatsuno domain was reduced from 53,000 koku to 51,000 koku.
  253. At this time, he got acquainted with Manjiro NAKAHAMA and started to learn English.
  254. At this time, he had Masanori UESUGI and Dokan OTA's forces withdraw (there is a story that Soun met with Dokan.
  255. At this time, he held the rank of Shonii (Senior Second Rank), the rank of a marquis, he received the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure, he was Chairman of the Privy Council and he was Acting Prime Minister and Acting Minister of Finance.
  256. At this time, he is already Minister of the Right. (In the chapter of 'Takekawa' (Bamboo River)), he is Minister of the Left.)
  257. At this time, he joined Shinsengumi because his father's disciple Kakuma YAMAMOTO suggested revenge.
  258. At this time, he made his son, Reiichiro enter a middle school.
  259. At this time, he made up his mind to compile "Mikawashi."
  260. At this time, he met Unpin UMEDA and acquired knowledge concerning affairs of State.
  261. At this time, he met the PR manager of Takashimaya Tokyo, Kenichi KAWAKATSU, with whom he formed a lifelong friendship.
  262. At this time, he owned a total of 2,700 koku (there are alternate theories regarding the sum of koku).
  263. At this time, he rescored three British crews and took about fifty Qing prisoners.
  264. At this time, he retired and stop serving any posts.
  265. At this time, he sent Kiyotaka (Ryosuke) KURODA to Choshu and brought him back, and worked for a Satsuma-Choshu alliance.
  266. At this time, he sent his wife and children to Kofu due to poverty (Since 'missionary' became a position given to new believers and his income lessened as well as consumption also increased with the increase of family members) and stayed alone at Nirasaki.
  267. At this time, he started creating haiku in earnest.
  268. At this time, he took 'Seyakuin' as his family name.
  269. At this time, he tried to enter the priesthood along with the Retired Emperor, but gave up the idea because of the Retired Emperor's opposition.
  270. At this time, he was adopted as an attendant of HASEGAWA as a formality (because only the bakushin (servant or high family of bakufu) could enter the Kobusho).
  271. At this time, he was asked if he wanted to fill an appropriate position as an alternative.
  272. At this time, he was given a retirement stipend of 15,000 koku in Ishikawa and Kahoku Counties of Kaga Province, Himi County of Ecchu Province, and Kashima County of Noto Province (the genealogy of the Lord of the Kaga domain).
  273. At this time, he was given shoryo (territory) of around 30,000 koku as daimyoshu (feudal lord group) by the Toyotomi family.
  274. At this time, he was granted tsumugi (pongee) 30 hiki and cotton 200 hiki by Empress Shotoku.
  275. At this time, he was in the prime of life, but there is no record about how he was doing.
  276. At this time, he was promoted to Niseko of Shitakajiyamachi-goju.
  277. At this time, he wrote pieces inspired by things around him, deep pieces about things he was concerned about, educational novels and plays.
  278. At this time, his choki (a favorite mistress), FUJIWARA no Kusuko of kokyu (empress's residence), and her older brother, FUJIWARA no Nakanari accompanied him, but, FUJIWARA no Kusuko was in the position of kami (director) (naishinokami (or shoji; Principal Handmaid) of naishi no tsukasa (female palace attendants) which played a role of secretary to the emperor.
  279. At this time, his father in law, Chozaemon MAEDA passed away.
  280. At this time, his grandfather Tomotsuna was exiled to Tosa Province and his elder brother Yoritsuna UTSUNOMIYA was exiled to Bungo Province.
  281. At this time, his six sons met unfortunate ends.
  282. At this time, his younger brother-uterine, Prince Sadami (Emperor Uda), and his three younger sisters-uterine were also demoted from nobility to subject.
  283. At this time, however, Japan did not accept the conditions, because it aimed at the complete occupation of the Liaodong Peninsula as a precondition of a post-war domain.
  284. At this time, however, OTOMO no Fukei, having made up his mind to work for Oama no oji, started to collect soldiers to raise an army and established secret communication with SAKANOUE no Kumake who was one of the Wakyo's rusutsukasa (guards of the city) then and with twelve clans of ayanoatai (漢直) at the same time.
  285. At this time, however, OTOMO no Hukei decided to side with Prince Oama and gathered people to raise an army.
  286. At this time, however, such words as 'Chosei' or 'Sonsei' are still used as the vestiges of this Chosonsei.
  287. At this time, however, the post of Jingi haku was not yet regarded as hereditary but as open to the O clan, the Minamoto clan and the Onakatomi clan to be appointed to it.
  288. At this time, if an adjustable strap is attached to the lining of the kappogi, and its position is on the obijime (decorative string used to hold a kimono sash in place) of the kimono, tie and fasten the adjustable strap to the obijime.
  289. At this time, if straps are attached to the wrist openings of the sleeves, tie them after the waist straps.
  290. At this time, in Mino, Yorinari TOKI was displaced by the landed daimyo Dosan SAITO and Nobuhide fought against Dosan SAITO, supporting Yorinari, and seized Ogaki-jo Castle for a while.
  291. At this time, it appeared that between Saigo and Toshimichi OKUBO were already in agreement; they would not pursue a more severe punishment for Yoshinobu, if they could confirm Yoshinobu's allegiance to the new government, and his action would be complete and definite.
  292. At this time, it was also known as Samegai Hachiman-gu Shrine and Rokujo Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  293. At this time, it was the season of the Kamo festival (the Aoi (Hollyhock) Festival, in the fourth month (old calendar)), and taking the advice of the people around her she went to watch the purification ceremony performed by the Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines).
  294. At this time, it's necessary to add a moderate amount of antifoaming agent, which is obtained by adding lime to cooking oil, because the go foams actively due to saponin.
  295. At this time, jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines) Yasutada WAKISAKA in Tatsuno clan pronounced a judgment and was recognized for this case and later became roju (member of shogun's council of elders).
  296. At this time, pigments extracted from petals of oboshi-bana flower, or big cap flower, which is highly soluble in water, is used as ink for the preliminary sketch so as not to effect the finish.
  297. At this time, protein molecules react with the bittern and soy milk starts connecting in the form of mesh, as it enwraps the water molecules.
  298. At this time, rather than using the stage family name of his teacher which was 'Izutsuya,' he used the family name 'Kawachiya' from his home.
  299. At this time, reeds in the Kamo-gawa River (the Yodo-gawa River system) were lit as watch fires along with the road, and the procession during the event reached one kilometer.
  300. At this time, she was pregnant with Yoshitsune's child, but Yoritomo ordered that the baby be saved if a girl but killed if a boy.
  301. At this time, since Yoshikage came for reinforcement, Nobunaga didn't attack Odani-jo Castle and there was a continuing standoff between both troops.
  302. At this time, slightly more than 40 high-level samurai, including SAIGO, KIRINO, Hisatake KATSURA, Shinpachi MURATA, IKEGAMI, Shinsuke BEPPU, and Jurota HENMI, lined in front of the cave where SAIGO had stayed, and started advancing for Iwasakiguchi.
  303. At this time, someone on board a vehicle for the Mainichi Newspapers played "Kimigayo" (Japan's national anthem), and some students who were offended by it started to sing an antiwar song "Heiwa wo mamore" (maintain peace) and many students joined forces with them.
  304. At this time, something that fell from the spear piled up and an island was made.
  305. At this time, the Choshu Domain dealt with nobles loyal to the emperor in Kyoto in order to control the Imperial Court, while as assassination cases, known as Tenchu (heaven's punishment) occurred frequently.
  306. At this time, the Edo bakufu force was supported by the French Second Empire, while the force overthrowing the Edo bakufu was supported by the British Empire, and both deployed firearms and warships.
  307. At this time, the Emperor will wear noshi sashinuki.
  308. At this time, the Fukuchiyama Line and the Sanin Main Line were constructed with Fukuchiyama as a connection; this was due to the fact that expanding the transportation network connecting Keihanshin and Maizuru Port, one of the major military ports in Japan, was an urgent issue in the preparation for the Russo-Japanese War.
  309. At this time, the Gakushuin was the a prestigious place for the decision-making of court nobles loyal to the Emperor, headed by Sanetomi SANJO, therefore this was an exceptional promotion for Kuniomi, who had come from humble beginnings as an ashigaru.
  310. At this time, the Imperial Throne wasn't directly hereditary so a person who was appropriate in the Imperial family was selected.
  311. At this time, the Ming warriors including Kaisei arrived from Suwon.
  312. At this time, the Okurayama Line and the other lines were also assigned from Keihan Bus to Keihan Uji Kotsu through an agreement on route adjustment.
  313. At this time, the Shinshiro Domain was inherited by his son, Mototsuna.
  314. At this time, the Sillan Tang Administrator, Bogo JANG's subordinate, General Yung CHANG, built a ship with Tang Government public funds, but was secretly informed that Ennin would not be allowed to return with this ship.
  315. At this time, the So clan played an intermediary role between the two governments as well.
  316. At this time, the Thirty-eighth Infantry Regiment of Toyohashi was incorporated into the new Twenty-Ninth Division (Imperial Japanese Army), and the Sixteenth Division was reorganized into santani-sei Shidan (Shidan comprised of three infantries).
  317. At this time, the area of 'Oaza Matsuodani' became the Matsuodani Matsuoyamacho Town.
  318. At this time, the area of 'Oaza Shimoyamada' became the new towns of Shimoyamada Kamisoucho, Shimoyamada Shimosoucho, Shimoyamada Teizukacho, Shimoyamada Jizoyamacho and Yamada Arashiyama-cho.
  319. At this time, the army of Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu), led by MURAKUNI no Oyori with tens of thousands of soldiers, was heading west along the east coast of Lake Biwa.
  320. At this time, the bell is not struck.
  321. At this time, the district of Oaza Omuro was reorganized as Omuro Sumiyoshiyama-cho and Omuro Narabigaoka-cho.
  322. At this time, the district which existed as 'Oaza Higashi Umezu' was reorganized into Higashi Umezu Maeko-cho.
  323. At this time, the face of Michizane suddenly changes to a face just like a evil sprit and Michizane bites pomegranate offered in front of the icon of the temple into pieces and spits the pieces onto Tsumado (door) and the pomegranate quickly turns to flames and burns.
  324. At this time, the first Ekiben were put on sale.
  325. At this time, the government posts such as the Minister of the Palace and the imperial court councilor were also established.
  326. At this time, the large garden was centered around a pond and occupied an area stretching from Nijo-dori Street to Sanjo-dori Street and measured 400 m from north to south and 200 m from east to west.
  327. At this time, the line operated by Keihan City Bus that overlapped with that of Keihan Uji Bus was changed to Line No. 21 (including Nos. 21A and 21B) to conform with the numbering system used by Keihan Uji Bus.
  328. At this time, the main force of Ieyasu and the advance party of daimyo who were assisted by Toyotomi proceeded on Tokai-do Road, but 38,000 troops led by Hidetada TOKUGAWA went west on the Nakasen-do Road.
  329. At this time, the male heir of the Hojo family was Tomotoki HOJO, who was Yasutoki's younger half-brother by father's lawful wife; however, Tomotoki fell from power because he had aroused the anger of Sanetomo MINAMOTO, the third shogun, and therefore Yasutoki, who was a son of his father's mistress, became the male heir.
  330. At this time, the message was transmitted through 'goyotoritsugi' (an attendant to Shogun to announce a visitor and convey the message) because the cabinet officials of the Shogunate were also lords of other clans.
  331. At this time, the mountain including Taishaku-ji Temple became the part of goryochi (an Imperial estate) but was granted to Munizo free of rent.
  332. At this time, the names of Kanshuji Hirata, Setogawara, Sengyoku and Higashikanagasaki were also changed into Kanshuji Hirata-cho, Setogawara-cho, Sengyoku-cho and Higashikanagasaki-cho, respectively.
  333. At this time, the number of soldiers of the Satsuma army was slightly more than 350 (slightly more than 370, when including low-level samurai), and therefore, platoons (each including 20 to 30 soldiers) were organized newly and were deployed in the following way:
  334. At this time, the parts reconstructed by the posterity were removed, and restored to their original state.
  335. At this time, the population of Edo was more than one million, so Edo City was the largest city in the world.
  336. At this time, the post of Hyobukyo was filled by Imperial Prince Komatsunomiya Akihito.
  337. At this time, the priestly Imperial Prince took up an ink brush and wrote the name 'Gunsenzan' in Chinese characters; he had disciples make the letters in the frame and had them hung at the Sanmon gate.
  338. At this time, the role of Uchiwa fan shifted from a tool for "showing the dignity" to a tool for 'fanning,' 'brushing off' and 'enjoying.'
  339. At this time, the seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") in the Nara and Heian Period was Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), KI no Kosami, and the seito vice-shogun were Katsuragi, 入間廣成, and KI no Mahito.
  340. At this time, the shrines enshrining Nobunaga were given shago (shrine's name) of Takeoda-sha Shrine, later Kenkunsha Shrine by Jingikan (department of worship).
  341. At this time, the statue was covered with a white long cloth.
  342. At this time, the survivors, who were washed ashore near the Kashinozaki Lighthouse, scrambled up the cliff several dozen meters high and let the lighthouse know the disaster.
  343. At this time, the techniques of agriculture remarkably developed and with the spread of a two-crop system and iron farming equipments, the agricultural production also dramatically increased.
  344. At this time, the term "Sarugaku" was consciously changed to "Nohgaku," and the term "Nohgaku" has been used since then until now as a general concept for the three types of performing arts described above.
  345. At this time, the territory in the Awa Province was confiscated.
  346. At this time, the true friends whom Toshiie spoke of were Katsuie SHIBATA and Yoshinari MORI.
  347. At this time, the war situation in Kagoshima became significantly advantageous to Saigo's forces.
  348. At this time, their being Akazoe worked for the enemy to find out the target more easily against their will, which facilitated Choshu Domain's sniping despite in the night time.
  349. At this time, there were three Miyake (houses of an imperial prince), the Fushiminomiya family, the Kyogokunomiya family and the Arisugawanomiya family, and only the prince who succeeded the family could be the Imperial Prince, and the rest of princes and princesses had to become priest or priestess.
  350. At this time, they planned to raise an army, and his third eldest brother Shingo and cousin Iwao OYAMA (Yasuke) along with Kunimoto SHINOHARA and Yaichiro NAGAYAMA were members of the extremist patriot group who stayed at Terakoya and other places.
  351. At this time, wabi has not yet been recognized as a pronoun for tea ceremony.
  352. At this time, when many of the warriors were determining whether to join the western forces or the eastern forces during the war council called the Koyama Counci at Shimotsuke Province, Koyama-jo Castle, Katsutoyo immediately offered his residential castle, Kakegawa-jo Castle, to Ieyasu and gained his favor.
  353. At this time, while Aritomo YAMAGATA was on the position of supervising imperial guards as the commander, there was a strong dissatisfaction among those guards from Satsuma against YAMAGATA, who was from Choshu.
  354. At this very stage, the Toyotomi administration and its foundation of the Buke Kanpaku sei were completely collapsed, both nominally and actually.
  355. At this, Kamowakeikazuchi no Mikoto crashed through the roof and ascended to heaven.
  356. At this, Osaka Natsu no Jin ended with Tokugawa's victory.
  357. At this, the woman transformed into an ogress, seized Tsuna by the hair and flew northwest, saying, "Let's go to Mt. Atago (Kyoto City)."
  358. At three o'clock in the afternoon, upon learning that part of the government army marched into Ueki, the Satsuma army dispatched the platoons led by Sansuke MURATA and Naoji ITO to Ueki, and in the evening, Shokuro IWAKIRI of the ITO's platoon captured the battle flag of the 14th regiment ((Major Maresuke NOGI..)
  359. At time of official opening, the train ran nine round trips a day, entire travel time was 53 minutes, and scheduled speed was 32.8 km per hour.
  360. At times in which the station isn't manned, tickets are purchased and collected on the train in the manner of an unmanned station.
  361. At times, multiple chapters constitute a serialized story and at times, a single chapter tells an independent story.
  362. At times, the gosho-go was even awarded to the temple at which the head priest was a son of the Imperial Family or the sekke (family of a regent or a chief advisor to the Emperor).
  363. At times, there were occasions when the Yonin made their own decisions.
  364. At traditional ceremonies or rituals, surume is regarded as a token of good luck being a representative item among betrothal gifts for the other party.
  365. At twenty-nine, he entered the Buddhist priesthood under KANGEN Koju at Manpuku-ji Temple on Mt. Obaku of Fuqing (Fujian Province, China), which was an old temple at his birth place and once a residence of OBAKU Kiun (or Huangbo Xiyun in Chinese) (黄檗希運).
  366. At two o'clock in the morning of August 6, 986, Michikane led Emperor Kazan to slip out of the dairi (the Imperial Palace precincts).
  367. At unmanned stations, the passenger puts a numbered ticket with money or a ticket into a fare collection box beside the driver's seat.
  368. At various times, he have himself the assumed names Sansuke SAIGO, Gengo KIKUCHI, and Sanemon OSHIMA.
  369. At what point did they start having the ritual of presenting the Three Sacred Treasures (Jingi) to the Emperor during the enthronement ceremony?
  370. At yakitori-ya restaurants, various parts of chickens are served along with various kinds of grilled chicken.
  371. Ata (a unit of length used in ancient China and Japan)
  372. Ata is a length unit used both in China and Japan.
  373. Ata' is also read as 'saka.'
  374. Ata' is the nominalized word of the Japanese verb 'atsu,' which means 'measure with one's hand opened.'
  375. Atago
  376. Atago Hanazono-jinja Shrine (Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture)
  377. Atago Hyakuin (a linked verse of Mitsuhide AKECHI and others)
  378. Atago Hyakuin was a linked verse known as Renga, which was composed by Mitsuhide AKECHI and others at Mt. Atago in Kyoto immediately before his coup, the Honnoji Incident.
  379. Atago Mairi (The Pilgrimage to Mt. Atago) *this is not original program of Mibu-ji Temple, but one of Seiryo-ji Temple.
  380. Atago mairi (Pilgrimage to Mount Atago) Note that this piece was not originally performed at Mibu-dera Temple, but at Seiryo-ji Temple
  381. Atago-Gongen (an incarnated deity of Jizo Bosatsu enshrined at Atago-sha Shrines): 24th of each month
  382. Atago-Hyakuin was poetry club that Mitsuhide held in Atago-jinja Shrine in Mt. Atago (Kyoto-shi) before he instigated Honno-ji no Hen.
  383. Atago-jinja Shrine
  384. Atago-jinja Shrine (Isezaki City, Gunma Prefecture)
  385. Atago-jinja Shrine (Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture) - Moto-atago (元愛宕)
  386. Atago-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City)
  387. Atago-jinja Shrine (Minato Ward, Tokyo Prefecture)
  388. Atago-jinja Shrine (Mito City, Ibaraki Prefecture)
  389. Atago-jinja Shrine (Nerima Ward, Tokyo Prefecture)
  390. Atago-jinja Shrine (Nishi Ward, Fukuoka City)
  391. Atago-jinja Shrine (Shirai City, Chiba Prefecture)
  392. Atago-jinja Shrine (Taihaku Ward, Sendai City)
  393. Atago-jinja Shrine (Tendo City, Yamagata Prefecture)
  394. Atago-jinja Shrine (Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City) -- sohonsha (chief shrine)
  395. Atago-jinja Shrine (Yuzawa City, Akita Prefecture)
  396. Atago-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine known for enshrining deities that provide protection from fire that in the early modern period came to be called Atago Gongen or Hakun-ji Temple and served as a place representing the syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism and where the practice of Shugendo (mountain ascetics) was practiced.
  397. Atago-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  398. Atago-jinja Shrine on Mt. Atago was a hall for shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts) from long ago, and Atago-shinko faith spread all over Japan from the mid-Edo period by shugendo practitioners gathering on Mt. Atago.
  399. Atago-jinja Shrine was classified as a Fusha in 1881.
  400. Atago-matsuri Festival
  401. Atago-san
  402. Atago-san (Akune City) - It is located in Akune City, Kagoshima Prefecture.
  403. Atago-san (Anan City) - It is located in Anan City, Tokushima Prefecture.
  404. Atago-san (Bizen City) - It is located in Bizen City, Okayama Prefecture.
  405. Atago-san (Daigo-machi 1) - It is located in Osawa, Daigo-machi, Kuji County, Ibaraki Prefecture
  406. Atago-san (Daigo-machi 2) - It is located in Asakawa, Daigo-machi, Kuji County, Ibaraki Prefecture
  407. Atago-san (Fujisawa-cho 2) - It is located in Fujisawa, Fujisawa-cho, Iwai County, Iwate Prefecture.
  408. Atago-san (Fukuda, Kasama City) - It is located in Kasama City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
  409. Atago-san (Higashimaizuru, Maizuru City) - It is located in a place to the north of the urban area of Higashimaizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  410. Atago-san (Inagawa-cho) - It is located in Inagawa-cho, Kawabe County, Hyogo Prefecture.
  411. Atago-san (Izumi, Kasama City) - It is located in Kasama City (former Iwama-machi), Ibaraki Prefecture
  412. Atago-san (Kinokawa City) - It is located in Kinokawa City, Wakayama Prefecture.
  413. Atago-san (Miki City) - It is located in Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  414. Atago-san (Minamishimabara City) - It is located in Minamishimabara City, Nagasaki Prefecture.
  415. Atago-san (Misaki-cho) - It is located in Misaki-cho, Kume County, Okayama Prefecture.
  416. Atago-san (Murone-cho 1, Ichinoseki City) - It is located in Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture.
  417. Atago-san (Nikko City) - It is located in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture.
  418. Atago-san (Nishimaizuru, Maizuru City) - It is located on the western side of the urban area of Nishimaizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  419. Atago-san (Saga Prefecture) - It is located in Ogi City, Saga Prefecture.
  420. Atago-san (Sasebo City) - It is located in Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture.
  421. Atago-san (Shiwa-cho) - It is located in Shiwa-cho, Shiwa County, Iwate Prefecture.
  422. Atago-san (Taihaku Ward, Sendai City) - It is located in Taihaku Ward, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture.
  423. Atago-san (Tanabe City) - It is located in Tanabe City, Wakayama Prefecture.
  424. Atago-san or Atago-yama
  425. Atago-san, or Atago-yama (Hebita, Ishinomaki City) - It is located in the vicinity of Sobanokami Station in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture.
  426. Atago-sha Shrine
  427. Atago-shinko Faith
  428. Atago-yama
  429. Atago-yama (Aga-machi) - It is located in Aga-machi, Higashikanbara County, Niigata Prefecture.
  430. Atago-yama (Agematsu-machi) - It is located in Agematsu-machi, Kiso County, Nagano Prefecture.
  431. Atago-yama (Aichi Prefecture) - It is located in Hazu-cho, Hazu County, Aichi Prefecture.
  432. Atago-yama (Annaka City) - It is located on the border between Annaka City and Shimonita-machi, Kanra County in Gunma Prefecture.
  433. Atago-yama (Arima-cho, Kita Ward, Kobe City) - It is located in Arima Onsen in Kita Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  434. Atago-yama (Choshi City) - It is located in Choshi City, Chiba Prefecture.
  435. Atago-yama (Fujisawa-cho 1) - It is located in Okago, Fujisawa-cho, Iwai County, Iwate Prefecture.
  436. Atago-yama (Fukuchiyama City 1) - It is located on the eastern side of the urban area of Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  437. Atago-yama (Fukuchiyama City 2) - It is located in Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  438. Atago-yama (Fukui Prefecture) - It is located in Echizen City, Fukui Prefecture.
  439. Atago-yama (Fukuoka City) - It is located in Nishi Ward, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture.
  440. Atago-yama (Fukushima City) - It is located in Fukushima City, Fukushima Prefecture.
  441. Atago-yama (Futtsu City) - It is located in Futtsu City, Chiba Prefecture.
  442. Atago-yama (Gifu Prefecture) - It is located in Kawabe-cho, Kamo County, Gifu Prefecture.
  443. Atago-yama (Gokase-cho) - It is located in Gokase-cho, Nishiusuki County, Miyazaki Prefecture.
  444. Atago-yama (Gosen City) - It is located in Gosen City, Niigata Prefecture.
  445. Atago-yama (Hachimantai City) - It is located in Hachimantai City, Iwate Prefecture.
  446. Atago-yama (Higashiyama-cho, Ichinoseki City) - It is located in the vicinity of Shibajuku Station in Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture.
  447. Atago-yama (Hioki City) - It is located in Hioki City, Kagoshima Prefecture.
  448. Atago-yama (Ichikikushikino City) - It is located in Ichikikushikino City, Kagoshima Prefecture.
  449. Atago-yama (Ishikawa-machi) - It is located in Ishikawa-machi, Ishikawa County, Fukushima Prefecture
  450. Atago-yama (Iwade City) - It is located in Iwade City, Wakayama Prefecture.
  451. Atago-yama (Iwaki City) - It is located in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture.
  452. Atago-yama (Iwakuni City) - It was located in Iwakuni City, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
  453. Atago-yama (Iwanuma City) - It is located on the border between Iwanuma City and Shibata-cho, Shibata in Miyagi Prefecture.
  454. Atago-yama (Kagoshima City) - It is located in Sakurajima in Kagoshima City, Kagoshima Prefecture.
  455. Atago-yama (Kaiyo-cho) - It is located in Kaiyo-cho, Kaifu County, Tokushima Prefecture.
  456. Atago-yama (Kamigori-cho) - It is located in Kamigori-cho, Ako County, Hyogo Prefecture.
  457. Atago-yama (Kaneyama-machi) - It is located in Kaneyama-machi, Mogami County, Yamagata Prefecture
  458. Atago-yama (Kanna-machi) - It is located in Kanna-machi, Tano County, Gunma Prefecture
  459. Atago-yama (Kanoya City) - It is located in Kanoya City, Kagoshima Prefecture.
  460. Atago-yama (Karakuwa-cho, Kesennuma City) - It is located in Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture.
  461. Atago-yama (Karuizawa-machi) - It is located in Karuizawa-machi, Kitasaku County, Nagano Prefecture.
  462. Atago-yama (Kato City) - It is located in Kato City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  463. Atago-yama (Kawaba-mura) - It is located in Kawaba-mura, Tone County, Gunma Prefecture
  464. Atago-yama (Kimitsu City) - It is located in Kimitsu City, Chiba Prefecture.
  465. Atago-yama (Kofu City) - It is located in Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture.
  466. Atago-yama (Koka-cho, Koka City) - It is located in Koka-cho, Koka City, Shiga Prefecture.
  467. Atago-yama (Kotohira-cho) - It is located in Kotohira-cho, Nakatado County, Kagawa Prefecture.
  468. Atago-yama (Kumamoto Prefecture) - It is located in Shimoshima in Amakusa City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  469. Atago-yama (Kurashiki City) - It is located in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture.
  470. Atago-yama (Kyoto City) - It is located in the northwestern part of Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  471. Atago-yama (Maniwa City) - It is located in Maniwa City, Okayama Prefecture.
  472. Atago-yama (Matsushima-cho) - It is located in Matsushima-cho, Miyagi County, Miyagi Prefecture.
  473. Atago-yama (Matsuura City) - It is located in Fukushima in Matsuura City, Nagasaki Prefecture.
  474. Atago-yama (Matsuyama, Takahashi City) - It is located in Takahashi City, Okayama Prefecture.
  475. Atago-yama (Mie Prefecture) - It is located in Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture.
  476. Atago-yama (Mimasaka City) - It is located in Mimasaka City, Okayama Prefecture.
  477. Atago-yama (Minamiboso City) - It is located in Minamiboso City, Chiba Prefecture.
  478. Atago-yama (Minano-machi) - It is located on the border of Minano-machi and Higashichichibu-mura in Chichibu County, Saitama Prefecture.
  479. Atago-yama (Minato Ward) - It is located in Atago, Minato Ward, Tokyo Prefecture.
  480. Atago-yama (Miyama City) - It is located in Miyama City, Fukuoka Prefecture.
  481. Atago-yama (Monou-cho, Ishinomaki City) - It is located in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture.
  482. Atago-yama (Morioka City) - It is located in the middle of Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture, to the north of the urban area.
  483. Atago-yama (Murone-cho 2, Ichinoseki City) - It is located in the vicinity of Niitsuki Station in Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture.
  484. Atago-yama (Nagai City) - It is located in Nagai City, Yamagata Prefecture.
  485. Atago-yama (Nagono City) - It is located in Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture.
  486. Atago-yama (Nara Prefecture) - It is located in Oyodo-cho, Yoshino County, Nara Prefecture.
  487. Atago-yama (Nariwa-cho, Takahashi City) - It is located in Takahashi City, Okayama Prefecture.
  488. Atago-yama (Nasu-machi) - It is located in Takaku-ko, Nasu-machi, Nasu County, Tochigi Prefecture.
  489. Atago-yama (Neba-mura) - It is located in Neba-mura, Shimoina County, Nagano Prefecture.
  490. Atago-yama (Nobeoka City) - It is located in Nobeoka City, Miyazaki Prefecture.
  491. Atago-yama (Ogo-cho, Kita Ward, Kobe City) - It is located in Ogo-cho, Kita Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  492. Atago-yama (Oita Prefecture) - It is located in Saeki City, Oita Prefecture.
  493. Atago-yama (Osaka Prefecture) - It is located in Sennan City, Osaka Prefecture.
  494. Atago-yama (Osato-cho) - It is located in Osato-cho, Kurokawa County, Miyagi Prefecture.
  495. Atago-yama (Oshima-cho) - It is located in Oshima-cho, Tokyo Prefecture.
  496. Atago-yama (Rikuzentakata City) - It is located in Rikuzentakata City, Iwate Prefecture.
  497. Atago-yama (Sanda City) - It is located on the border between Sanda City and Sasayama City in Hyogo Prefecture.
  498. Atago-yama (Sano City) - It is located in Sano City, Tochigi Prefecture
  499. Atago-yama (Satsumasendai City) - It is located in Satsumasendai City, Kagoshima Prefecture.
  500. Atago-yama (Sendai City) - It is located in Taihaku Ward, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture.
  501. Atago-yama (Senmaya-cho, Ichinoseki City) - It is located in Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture.
  502. Atago-yama (Shibukawa City) - It is located in Shibukawa City, Gunma Prefecture.
  503. Atago-yama (Shigaraki-cho, Koka City) - It is located in Shigaraki-cho, Koka City, Shiga Prefecture.
  504. Atago-yama (Shikama-cho) - It is located in Shikama-cho, Kami County, Miyagi Prefecture.
  505. Atago-yama (Shirataka-machi) - It is located in Shirataka-machi, Nishiokitama County, Yamagata Prefecture.
  506. Atago-yama (Shizuoka Prefecture) - Tenryu Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
  507. Atago-yama (Showa-mura, Fukushima Prefecture) - It is located in Showa-mura, Onuma County, Fukushima Prefecture
  508. Atago-yama (Takachiho-cho) - It is located in Takachiho-cho, Nishiusuki County, Miyazaki Prefecture.
  509. Atago-yama (Takarazuka City) - One of mountains in Nakayama Mountains in Takarazuka City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  510. Atago-yama (Tama City) - It is located in Atago, Tama City, Tokyo Prefecture.
  511. Atago-yama (Tamura City) - It is located in Tamura City, Fukushima Prefecture.
  512. Atago-yama (Tokigawa-machi) - It is located in Tokigawa-machi, Hiki County, Saitama Prefecture.
  513. Atago-yama (Wakayama City) - It is located in Wakayama City, Wakayama Prefecture.
  514. Atago-yama (Wake-cho) - It is located in Wake-cho, Wake County, Okayama Prefecture.
  515. Atago-yama (Watari-cho) - It is located in Watari-cho, Watari County, Miyagi Prefecture.
  516. Atago-yama (Yamada-cho, Kita Ward, Kobe City) - It is located in Yamada-cho, Kita Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  517. Atago-yama (Yamanobe-machi) - It is located in Yamanobe-machi, Higashimurayama County, Yamagata Prefecture)
  518. Atago-yama (Yonezawa City) - It is located in Yonezawa City, Yamagata Prefecture.
  519. Atago-yama (Yoshii-cho, Sasebo City) - It is located in Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture.
  520. Atago-yama (or Atago-san)
  521. Atago-yama (or Atago-san) (Hanno-cho) - It is located in Hanno City, Saitama Prefecture.
  522. Atago-yama (or Atago-san) is a name of mountain.
  523. Atago-yama and Atago-san (Okinoshima-cho) - There are two in Okinoshima-cho, Oki County, Shimane Prefecture
  524. Atago-yama, or Atago-san
  525. Atago-yama, or Atago-san (Kesennuma City) - It is located on the border between Kesennuma City and Motoyoshi-cho, Motoyoshi County in Miyagi Prefecture.
  526. Atagoo Gongen = Akiba Gongen = Jizo Bosatsu (Jizo Bodhisattva)
  527. Atagoyama (Maizuru City)
  528. Atagoyama (rakugo (Japanese traditional comic storytelling)) - A program of rakugo
  529. Atagoyama Amusement Park (a former amusement park in Mt. Atago)
  530. Atagoyama Amusement Park is an amusement park that used to be in Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  531. Atagoyama Koen park
  532. Atagoyama Railway
  533. Atagoyama Railway requested a restructuring or a merger with its parent companies Hankyu Corporation and Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd.
  534. Atagoyama Railway's Arashiyama Station was constructed alongside of Keifuku Electric Railroad's Arashiyama Station on the Kyoto Dento Main Line (present-day Arashiyama Main Line).
  535. Atagoyama tumulus
  536. Atagoyama tunnel of Tohoku Shinkansen line runs under it.
  537. Atagozuka-kofun Tumulus (Tochigi Prefecture)
  538. Ataka
  539. Ataka is a Noh piece covering "Gikeiki" (a military epic about the life of Yoshitsune) and so forth.
  540. Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture
  541. Atami City; Hyuga-bettei Villa; Japanese room including the alcove; (renovation)
  542. Atami Goyotei (located in Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture)
  543. Atami Sun Beach 'Omiya no matsu' (a pine tree of Omiya) (Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture) is a bronze statue depicting the scene of the novel, when Omiya came after Kanichi for begging forgiveness, and consequently Kanichi gave a kick at her with his geta (Japanese footwear).
  544. Atami bairin (Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture)
  545. Atamiya : Rikyu manju
  546. Atari-gane, Suri-gane, Changiri, Chanchiki
  547. Atariburumai (Full-house Feasting)
  548. Atariburumai was a feast to celebrate a full house production.
  549. Atcually, most schools of jujutsu have handed down various techniques, such as the atemi-waza which uses a very short sword, an iron fan, or a short truncheon with hook, and the techniques handling secret or disguised weapons.
  550. Ate okonai jo
  551. Ate okonai jo (also Ote okonai jo or ategai jo) was a style of document used during the medieval period.
  552. Atebito-mono (literally "tale of a noble") (such as "Kenjo," "Raiden," "Matsuyama tengu")
  553. Ategawa-no-sho: estate of Jakuraku-ji Temple.
  554. Atemiya
  555. Athletes
  556. Athletic Park supplementary field
  557. Athletic Stadium
  558. Athletic events
  559. Athletic facilities
  560. Athletic fields and activities
  561. Athletic meet, culture festival, school arts festival, Tsukimi (Moon watching), and the autumn festival
  562. Athletic meets (athletic festival), Sports groups, and various circle activities
  563. Athletics and ball game ground
  564. Athletics grounds (baseball field, soccer field, track-and-field stadium)
  565. Athletics stadium: Kokuritsu Kasumigaoka Rikujo Kyogjo (National Olympic Stadium), Nippon Budokan, Saitama Super Arena, and Ryogoku Kokugikan
  566. Atkinson, an English man who came to Japan in the period of Rokumeikan (Deer-cry Hall), watched the method of pasteurization at sake breweries in various parts of Japan in 1881.
  567. Atmosphere and feature of the University
  568. Atmosphere in kamigata is said to be a life of this kyogen and kamigata's staging was emphasized even in Tokyo after the war.
  569. Ato's "kabane" name, a hereditary title which describes his family's relationship with the central government, was "Muraji."
  570. Ato-Shite (leading role in the latter half): TAIRA no Atsumori
  571. Ato-shite (the leading part for the second half): Raijin (the evil spirit of Michizane SUGAWARA)
  572. Atobe's Odori Nenbutsu prayer dance (December 27, 2000)
  573. Atom (Kaitenzushi) (Headquarters: Fukui City in Fukui Prefecture, the second section of Tokyo Stock Exchange, 93 shops as of August, 2008)
  574. Atomawari
  575. Atop the stone staircase through Kojokan gate sits a Zen hall known as Shito-an with an large stones on the hillside that have been arranged to symbolize a waterfall.
  576. Atrocity paintings
  577. Atsuage
  578. Atsuage (thick fried tofu)
  579. Atsuage is a food made by deep-frying tofu (bean curd) cut into one piece or half a piece.
  580. Atsuage/Namaage (thick fried tofu)
  581. Atsuaki became Crown Prince, but as with his father he suffered from pressure from Michinaga and isolation within the political field.
  582. Atsuaki indicated the exchange conditions to obtain treatment equivalent to that of the Retired Emperor and also becoming Michinaga's son-in-law in exchange for the position of Crown Prince, and got Michinaga to agree before leaving the position of Crown Prince.
  583. Atsuba (thick teeth)
  584. Atsubitai and Usubitai
  585. Atsubitai was also known as toobitai, but after the end of the Heian period, the term "toobitai" began to represent a Court cap which had a half-moon or crescent-shaped hole on the top of a usubitai covered by ra or silk gauze.
  586. Atsufusa MADENOKOJI
  587. Atsufusa MADENOKOJI (July 25, 1562 - October 31, 1626) was a court noble in the Edo period.
  588. Atsugesho
  589. Atsugesho Involved in Aging
  590. Atsugesho Related to Medical Treatment
  591. Atsugesho Related to Occupations
  592. Atsugesho in Festivals, etc.
  593. Atsugesho is a word in Japanese referring the use of heavy makeup and cosmetics in order to make one's face look obviously different from a face without makeup.
  594. Atsugesho is often used in sports where there is competition for artistic quality such as figure skating, rhythmic gymnastics, synchronized swimming, athletic dance, etc..
  595. Atsugi City and Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  596. Atsuhiko GONDAI, 'Higan no Jikan' (the equinoctial time)
  597. Atsuki's Shinmei-sai Festival (March 11, 2009; Yanai City; Shinmei-sai Kenshokai [Association in Honor of the Shinmei-sai Festival])
  598. Atsukichi was another childhood name for him.
  599. Atsuko IKEDA (Atsuko IKEDA, 1952)
  600. Atsuko IKEDA, for example, now serves as a Saishu which is a post assumed by women born from the Imperial Family after the second world war.
  601. Atsuko TOYAMA
  602. Atsumaro KONOE
  603. Atsumaro KONOE (1863 to 1904)
  604. Atsumaro KONOE 1863-1904 was a peer and statesman in the late Meiji Period.
  605. Atsumaro KONOE, the president of Kizokuin was a member of this group.
  606. Atsumasa MIDORIKAWA was the elder brother of Yoshihisa MIDORIKAWA and Atsumasa became the adoptive heir of the Hirata family, claiming Kanetane HIRATA.
  607. Atsume Kyogen
  608. Atsume Kyogen is the miscellaneous collection of programs that do not fall under the above-mentioned classifications.
  609. Atsumi-no-sho: estate of Todai-ji Temple.
  610. Atsumichi KOGA
  611. Atsumichi KOGA (September 25, 1565 - January 1, 1625) was a Kugyo (the top court official) who lived from the end of the Muromachi period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  612. Atsumono ni korite namasu wo fuku'
  613. Atsumori (Heike Monogatari)
  614. Atsumori (Noh play)
  615. Atsumori IKUTA
  616. Atsumori had a rank of Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank).
  617. Atsumori joined the Battle of Ichinotani as the Ise-Heishi clan at the age of 17.
  618. Atsumori soba (Osaka Prefecture, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture and Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture)
  619. Atsumori was a flute master and handed down a flute called "Saeda" (a twig) or "Aoba" (a type of bamboo) from his grandfather, TAIRA no Tadamori, who received the flute from Emperor Toba.
  620. Atsumoto held the rank of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), was a Monjo hakase and the Kozuke no suke (Assistant Governor of Kozuke Province).
  621. Atsumoto not only served close to Emperor Goshirakawa from the time the emperor was a crown prince, but also worked as Keishi (household superintendent) under FUJIWARA no Morosane.
  622. Atsumoto's daughter married MINAMOTO no Yoshikuni who was a son of Yoshiie.
  623. Atsumu WADA considers that he might have criticized Crown Prince at mogari (a site where the coffin of the deceased Emperor is placed before being buried); while Seiji OKADA thinks that his visit to the Ise-jingu Shrine might have violated a taboo.
  624. Atsunakatonya Station - Araga-Kashinokidai Station - Maki Station (Kyoto Prefecture)
  625. Atsunobu OMACHI (Jugoinoge, Danjo Daisho [Assistant of Board of Censors] and Suo no kami [Governor of Suo Province] concurrently)
  626. Atsusa Samusa mo Higan made (Neither heat nor cold lasts beyond higan (two periods of seven days with the middle day falling on the spring or autumn equinox))
  627. Atsushi HACHISU wrote the details of the affair that Okinu committed murder during wandering because Tadayori OKUBO abandoned her after she gave birth to an heir boy though he had Okinu a concubine.
  628. Atsushi SAISHO
  629. Atsushi SAISHO (December 22, 1827-June 21, 1910) was a Japanese samurai warrior and a bureaucrat.
  630. Atsushi UEMURA
  631. Atsushi UEMURA (April 12, 1933-) is a Japanese-style painter, and a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  632. Atsushi Watanabe (1843-1915) was an expert swordsman who was born in Kyoto and in charge of Kimoiri (director) of Kyoto mimawarigumi (a group that guarded Kyoto of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  633. Atsushi Watanabe (an expert swordsman)
  634. Atsuta school (jinin of Atsuta-jingu Shrine) shifted their headquarters to Edo at the start of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  635. Atsuta's book (the original copy of the Atsuta-jingu Shrine) copied from 1375 to 1377, the 1 to 10th and 12 to 15th volumes
  636. Atsuta-jingu Shrine
  637. Atsuta-jingu Shrine (Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture)
  638. Atsuta-jingu Shrine: 2.32 million
  639. Atsutane HIRATA
  640. Atsutane HIRATA and others maintain that 'tamagushi' came to be called so because it was decorated with balls like in the description of the mythology, whereas Norinaga MOTOORI maintained the word meant 'tamukegushi' (literally, 'pointing towards the altar').
  641. Atsutane HIRATA claims the 'mika' in the shinmei (name of god) means 'fierce,' and that Amatsumikaboshi represents Venus.
  642. Atsutane HIRATA considered the world to consist of the 'yukai' and real world, and created the idea that the one who rules the 'genkai' (the real world) is the Emperor.
  643. Atsutane HIRATA deeply respected and felt warm affection for him like a brother, but later, their relationship broke up.
  644. Atsutane HIRATA read books related to Christianity although those books were prohibited, and introduced the concept of the god of creation into Shinto.
  645. Atsutane HIRATA was a scholar of Japanese classical literature and a Shintoist in the late Edo period.
  646. Atsutane HIRATA's "Koshiden" (Commentary on Ancient History) identifies this as the place of Shizu no iwaya.
  647. Atsutane HIRATA's issue of the extra number Taiyo issued by Heibonsha Limited, Publishers on May 23, 2004 included a talk between the chief priest of Hirata Shrine, Maita and novelist, Hiroshi ARAMATA, and many unreleased materials of the treasures kept in the head family, including photographs editions.
  648. Atsutane HIRATA, a disciple of Norinaga's, later developed the ideas expressed in Norinaga's "Kodoron" into the "Fukko shinto" (Restored Shinto), a new form of Shinto.
  649. Atsutane HIRATA, a scholar of Japanese classical literature and a Shintoist who lived in the Edo period, stated that Seoritsu hime is also the same god as Omagatsuhi no kami and Oyabiko no kami.
  650. Atsutane HIRATA, who declared himself a posthumous disciple of Norinaga MOTOORI, stated in his unfinished "Koshi-den" that there was a norito called Amatsunorito no hutonoritogoto that had been passed on orally from Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) to only the Nakatomi clan.
  651. Atsutane MIKENOSABURO was his younger brother; Hyoe no jo (Lieutenant of the Middle Palace Guards) Tanemasu GAMA was his son.
  652. Atsutane also entrusted Torakichi with a question on the ancient Japanese character to be presented to Yaman no kami.
  653. Atsutane also treated Christianity scriptures as one of ancient records that tells ancient teachings like "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and Buddhist scriptures.
  654. Atsutane believed that souls of the deceased travel to the land of dead but the different worlds are unevenly distributed in every space of the land of the living, judging by the manners and customs carried out in reality.
  655. Atsutane did not speak detail of the flight from his birthplace, even at the latter years of his life.
  656. Atsutane found out about the state of different worlds and the afterworld through the Tengu boy.
  657. Atsutane had been interested in the existence of a strange land and hidden villages, and he came to confirm the existence of the afterworld by encountering Torakichi and hearing about the different worlds from him.
  658. Atsutane heard rumors among disciples and he visited the house of Yamazaki as he had had interest in different worlds and the afterworld for a long time.
  659. Atsutane made Eshi painter to draw immortal master's god-figure that Torakichi had seen in the afterworld by persuading Torakichi.
  660. Atsutane said that one have to know whereabouts of one's soul after death before the pursuit of learning.
  661. Atsutane sent a poem 'have a compassion for a child visiting at this late, even though he have fallen to Musashino' before he paid visit, and Ohira replied with a poem 'though a person speaks bitterly of another, he is not hateful if met today'.
  662. Atsutane showed what was 'Amatsunorito no hutonoritogoto' by researching and gathering prayers for misogiharae that were passed on to many Shinto shrines and sects.
  663. Atsutane visited Ise Jingu Shrine then visited Matsuzaka, and on December 5, he accomplished his heartfelt wish of visiting Norinaga's grave.
  664. Atsutane visited Suzuya's branch like the place in Kyoto, and met with Nakatsune HATTORI.
  665. Atsutane's ideas also frequently found expression in works such as "Suito hiroku" and "Kondo hisaku" by his disciple, the intellectual Nobuhiro SATO.
  666. Atsutane's ideas influenced both the development of the Sonno joi (revere the Emperor, expel the barbarians) ideology at the end of the Edo period as well as the principle of Kokujun (keeping Japan's culture pure) and Kokokukan (the theory that Japanese history is centered around Japan's Emperors), both of which stressed the preeminence of Japan.
  667. Atsutane's innovative literary works already had created large stir in the family, and opinion of how to receive Atsutane, who was a heretical disciple, was divided.
  668. Atsutane's theory was directed not only to academics and experts, but also to the general masses.
  669. Atsutane, who came out to Edo virtually penniless and without anywhere to go, devoted himself to studies while fighting hardships of life.
  670. Atsuyaki
  671. Atsuyaki Tamago (a thick omelet) and Dashi-maki Tamago are made almost in the same way.
  672. Atsuyaki Tamago is more preferred in the Kanto region and Dashi-maki Tamago in the Kansai region.
  673. Atsuyoshi (the twelfth lord of Mito Domain)
  674. Atsuyoshi ROKKAKU (dates of birth and death unknown), one of Ujisato's great-grandsons, wrote "Gosenko Gubu Shikimoku-sho", and became famous as a scholar, too.
  675. Atsuyuki SASSA
  676. Attach salt to the entire surface of onigiri evenly.
  677. Attached Facilities and Institutions
  678. Attached Facilities using Honbu Konai : University Library, Institute of Economics, the Kyoto University Museum, Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies (North Building), Center for Integrated Area Studies, Center for Archaeological Operations, Kokoro Research Center, and so on
  679. Attached Institutes
  680. Attached facilities
  681. Attached facilities using Hokubu Konai : Institute for Research of Humanities, Research Institute for Fundamental Physics, Research Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Research Center for Low Temperature and Materials Sciences, the attached farm and botanical garden, and so on
  682. Attached facilities using Igakubu Konai : Radiation Biology Center, Radioisotope Research Center, and Center for Women Researchers
  683. Attached facilities using Seibu Konai : Sports Gymnasium, West Hall, and others.
  684. Attached facilities using Uji Campus : Research Institute for Sustainable Humanoshere, Institute for Chemical Research, Institute of Advanced Energy, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Institute of Sustainability Science, and Pioneering Research Unit for Next Generation
  685. Attached facilities using Yakugakubu Konai : Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Institute for Virus Research, and University Hospital (Byoin Nishi Konai)
  686. Attached facilities using Yoshida-Minami Konai : Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies (South Building), Center for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education, and so on
  687. Attached facility using Byoin Konai : University Hospital (Byoin Higashi Konai)
  688. Attached facility using Katsura Campus : International Innovation Center
  689. Attached school
  690. Attached schools
  691. Attached structures
  692. Attached to Nittsu's letter (to Tohaku HASEGAWA dated January 26 (old lunar calendar)), the abstract of Hokkeron (the treatise on the Lotus Sutra), Mandala as the principal object of worship of the temple
  693. Attached to the Three Shrines in the Imperial Court, there are Shinka-den Hall, where the Niiname-sai festival is held; Ryokiden Hall, where mass or ceremony for the repose of a soul is held; and so on.
  694. Attaching leaf and adhesives
  695. Attaching the Japanese syllabary 'koto' to the Chinese character '琴' generally caused confusion in how the word should be used.
  696. Attachment of Sekizoku to the shaft
  697. Attachment: Nagamasu ODA, Oda Ichimonshu (clansmen), Ujitsugu NIWA, and others
  698. Attack
  699. Attack at the Great Pine Corridor
  700. Attack on Mitsunari ISHIDA
  701. Attack on Pearl Harbor
  702. Attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941
  703. Attack on Takato-jo Castle
  704. Attack on the Takatori-jo Castle
  705. Attacked both in front and rear, the government army barely managed to break through the siege by the Satsuma army and retreated.
  706. Attacked by Ajari (a master in esoteric Buddhism) Kugyo, Sanetomo died.
  707. Attacked by Islam for its worship of an idol and magical elements, Mikkyo in India was forced to disappear into history as the last stage of Indian Buddhism.
  708. Attacked by Mitsuhide AKECHI in the Honno-ji Incident, however, Nobunaga died as former Udaijin without an official title on June 21, 1582.
  709. Attacked by Yoshitaka ENDO and Arishige KANAMORI of the Eastern Camp, the castle fell to the enemy.
  710. Attacked by the Mori clan, the Amako clan holed up in Gassan Toda-jo Castle, which was praised as impregnable, in the current Yasuki City, Shimane Prefecture, but surrendered after starvation tactics by the Mori clan (Gassan Toda-jo no Tatakai (Battle of Gassan Toda-jo Castle)).
  711. Attacked from behind, the Kamakura bakufu forces suffered a total defeat, so Sadanao OSARAGI, Nobumasa OSARAGI, Yasunobu HONMA, Sadayuki KANESAWA were killed in the war at Kamakura on some slope there.
  712. Attacked from both sides, he was defeated (in the Battle of Kamishiba).
  713. Attacked on three sides, Tsuda's corps collapsed, partly because the petty soldiers ran away.
  714. Attacked unexpectedly, the 1st and 2nd brigades of the government army were routed, being forced to retreat.
  715. Attacked unexpectedly, the government army was driven away to the Futagawa and Takakuma areas.
  716. Attacking Rokuhara
  717. Attacking the Monk-Emperor
  718. Attacks by cutting against the parts with armor or habergeon is not effective.
  719. Attacks to vulnerable parts, however, are prohibited, such as punches to the face, kicking the groin and kicking the knee joints.
  720. Attacks using explosive force and burning power were more effective than cannons that used colliding force since most of the buildings and warships during this time were made of wood.
  721. Attaining Buddhahood
  722. Attempt to reach Mt. Tiantai
  723. Attempted to propagate Soto Sect to general people.
  724. Attempting a breakthrough in the battle, Nobunaga targeted Kii Saiga (the estuary region of the Kino-kawa River around the present Wakayama City) which was the base of Saiga shu who was the main force of the Hongan-ji Temple.
  725. Attempting to diminish their Buddhist characteristics in the Meiji Period and after, some Shugendo-related religious associations of lay believers came to belong to Sect Shinto.
  726. Attempting to lighten this screen, vertical and horizontal boards were assembled in the frame and silk cloth pasted on the both sides.
  727. Attempting to rebuild the bakufu's finances, Tadanari recoined and mass-issued currency on eight occasions between the Bunsei and Tenpo eras, though these attempts ultimately brought negative effects, such as price increases.
  728. Attempts are being made to produce a tone higher than that shown in the 'Daikan' range above.
  729. Attempts at Preservation
  730. Attempts have been made to compose not only classical-style songs but also new songs as well as solos and ensembles.
  731. Attempts like this appealed to the shogun, which perhaps is why Michinobu was a favorite.
  732. Attempts to cultivate
  733. Attendance is taken even in a class of specialized courses, and scores of Test Of English for International Communication (TOEIC) can be applied for credits, therefore it's easy to earn credits when compared to other Faculties, so sometimes students call it the 'Fun Faculty of Commerce (easy).'
  734. Attendant chief retainer for inkyo (retired person) Heihachiro KOBAYASHI (150 koku)
  735. Attendant daidokoroyaku for inkyo - Hachiemon MITA (5 ryo)
  736. Attendant figures, Nikko and Gakko Bosatsu statues, constructed in the Nara Period and rescued from the fire in 1141.
  737. Attendant kinju for inkyo - Ichigaku SHIMIZU (7 ryo with salary for 3 servants), Jiroemon OSUGA (6 ryo), Heiemon SAKAKIBARA (6 ryo), Tazaemon KATO (6 ryo)
  738. Attendant lord chamberlain for inkyo - Masatsugi TORII (50 koku), Shinbe MIYAISHI (50 koku)
  739. Attendant statues: Kanzeon Bosatsu (33 statues) and Jizo Bosatsu
  740. Attendant to Goshirakawa
  741. Attendants were Toyokichi MATSUMURA, Masaya SUZUKI and Shinichi YOSHIDA and it was a trip for 218 days.
  742. Attendants were consisted of warriors, horse-riding or on foot, ashigaru (common foot soldier) carrying matchlock gun or bow (arm), chugen (a rank below common soldier) (or ninsoku 〔coolie〕) carrying tool box or spear, and people who took care of daimyo such as zoritori (sandal bearer, equivalent to a batman) and doctors.
  743. Attending the naidojo (palace chapel, the space of which was reserved particularly for esoteric rituals) as a Zenji (Master of Zen Buddhism) in medical nursing, he successfully healed the illness of Empress Koken (the future Empress Shotoku) at Horanomiya (detached palace) in 761, and therefore, was highly respected after that.
  744. Attending was Junan NAKAGAWA, a doctor, an herbalism scholar and rangakui, indicating that Dutch scholars had already formed a good fellowship at this time.
  745. Attention
  746. Attention for health
  747. Attention is also being paid to the relationship with Shinraku-ji temple (新楽寺) that used to exist somewhere in the area (Moriya or Muraya [reading unknown] which may refer to Iyoto-mura village in the northeast) but does not exist anymore.
  748. Attention is also required when an umeboshi is placed in a box lunch, because it can melt metal such as aluminum.
  749. Attention is necessary when using the term shomyo, as its meaning varies depending on the period or situation.
  750. Attention must be paid to the fact that Kaihakugoshi shinrei is a '例' (rei) or 'example.'
  751. Attention must be paid to ventilation because carbon monoxide is generated when charcoal burns.
  752. Attention should be given to the fact that the Emperor Organ Theory just treated of the thesis that how 'a constitutional monarch' should be.
  753. Attention should be paid to the fact that there could be different rules on materials, color and the shape of tassels depending on doctrines and/or sects.
  754. Attention to manner
  755. Attorneys for the appeal were Shiroji TATAI and Masami MIYAMOTO, and the special counsel was Fusaaki UZAWA (later, chief of the defense team for Japan during the Tokyo Tribunal of War Criminals).
  756. Attracted by such a large crowd, Emperor Ogimachi and nobles also came to watch.
  757. Attracted by their beauty, he landed on the nearby seashore.
  758. Attracting her interest, the reflection made her come out of the cave and the world became bright once more.
  759. Attracting the national attention, Seigen made his first move which was the san-san-uchi (literally, placing a stone at a 3-3 point) that the Honinbo school prohibited.
  760. Attraction of Naramachi is that lifestyle and cultural tradition of its residents have been ingrained in the character of the locality for generations and the livelihood of ordinary people that remain vibrant today.
  761. Attributed to Chinese Yuan Dynasty painter Gao Ranhui.
  762. Attributed to a image of Kannon emerging from a boat
  763. Attribution of control
  764. Atushi Toshiro, short sword, owned by Tokyo National Museum
  765. Auctions
  766. Audience is allowed to practice kakegoe onlywhen performers are not reading lines or singing.
  767. Audience seats
  768. Audiences shouldn't call actors by other roles' names that actors have played in other performances.
  769. Audio Materials
  770. Audio components that emphasize the midrange frequencies over high or low frequencies in their designs are called 'kamaboko-gata' (kamaboko style).
  771. Audiovisual Culture
  772. Audiovisual Information Design
  773. Audit commissioner, Secretariat of audit commissioner
  774. Auditor of Kanze Kai Association.
  775. Auditorium
  776. Auditorium (Big Auditorium, Big Cafeteria, Multipurpose Hall, Japanese and Western common rooms, lounges, rehearsal room)
  777. Auditorium ? Built in Showa 5 (1930)
  778. Audrey HEPBURN: March 31 to April 2, 1983, actress
  779. Aug 27, 1908 - Aug 30, 1911 Jutaro KOMURA (Marquis)
  780. Augu 3, 1297: assigned additional position of Sashoben (third-ranked officer of the left).
  781. August
  782. August (old lunar calendar) 1181
  783. August (single letter): Dignity of the procession of sons in the shogun family.
  784. August - Sailed to Echigo Province, helped Ou Chinbu-sotoku, took part in various battles, and then arrived in Tsuruoka to quell a rebellion in Tohoku.
  785. August 1
  786. August 1 on the old lunar calendar is also considered to be one of the three days on which it is statistically likely that a typhoon would hit Japan; the other two days are the hundred and twentieth day and the two hundred and tenth day from the first day of spring according to the lunar calendar.
  787. August 1, 1047: He was reassigned to be the Udaijin (Minister of the Right).
  788. August 1, 1333: Transferred to the Bureau of Horses.
  789. August 1, 1689, arrived in Kisagata which was well known as an utamakura (a place famed in classical Japanese poetry) for its superb views taking a place beside Matsushima.
  790. August 1, 1862 (old calendar): Appointed Kyoto Shugoshoku.
  791. August 1, 1869: he was appointed as Sho-junsatsu at the Danjodai.
  792. August 1, 1899: Omiya Station closed.
  793. August 1, 1899: Omiya Station was abolished.
  794. August 1, 1907
  795. August 1, 1907: Hankaku Railway Company nationalized.
  796. August 1, 1907: Hankaku Railway nationalized.
  797. August 1, 1907: Hankaku Railway was nationalized.
  798. August 1, 1907: Hokuetsu Railway was nationalized pursuant to the Railway Nationalization Act, and this station became part of Japan National Railways (JNR).
  799. August 1, 1907: Kyoto Electric Railway was nationalized.
  800. August 1, 1907: The Kyoto Electric Railway was nationalized.
  801. August 1, 1907: The Kyoto Railway Nationalization Act was enacted.
  802. August 1, 1907: The railway became nationalized.
  803. August 1, 1908: Shichijo Station was merged into Kyoto Station.
  804. August 1, 1911: Construction of Osakayama Tunnel started.
  805. August 1, 1916: The superior express was abolished.
  806. August 1, 1921: Bishamon-michi Station was renamed as Yamashinaeki-mae Station (Keihan-Yamashina Station).
  807. August 1, 1921: The old Nara Line (between Inari Station and Kyoto Station) was abolished.
  808. August 1, 1921: The section between Kyoto Station and this station was discontinued due to the route change.
  809. August 1, 1921: The station became a Nara Line station when a change was made to the route of the Tokaido Main Line.
  810. August 1, 1921: Yamashina Station was opened when the section between Banba Station (currently Zeze Station) and Kyoto Station on the Tokaido Main Line was changed to a new route.
  811. August 1, 1931: Kotari Station (the present-day Nagaokakyo Station) on the Tokaido Main Line opened.
  812. August 1, 1931: The station commenced operations as Kotari Station of Japan National Railways (JNR).
  813. August 1, 1942: As a result of the business consolidation, it was placed under the control of Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd.
  814. August 1, 1942: It merged with Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd.
  815. August 1, 1942: Keifuku Denki Tetsudo merged with Kurama Denki Tetsudo.
  816. August 1, 1942: The Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., merged the Kurama Electric Railway and the Mikuni Awara Electric Railway (三国芦原電鉄).
  817. August 1, 1942: The Kurama Electric Railway was merged into the Keifuku Electric Railroad.
  818. August 1, 1942: The route was merged with Keifuku Electric Railroad (Kyoto Dento's former iron rail division, which had split from the company and established itself in March of that year).
  819. August 1, 1942: The station came to be operated by the Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., as a result of amalgamation.
  820. August 1, 1942: The station came to be owned by the Keifuku Electric Railroad as a result of amalgamation.
  821. August 1, 1942: The station came under the ownership of the Keifuku Electric Railroad as a result of amalgamation.
  822. August 1, 1942: The station came under the ownership of the Keifuku Electric Railroad as a result of the amalgamation.
  823. August 1, 1942: The station came under the ownership of the Keifuku Electric Railroad due to the amalgamation.
  824. August 1, 1951: Ikeda Station was renamed as Kawanishiikeda Station.
  825. August 1, 1956: Kamikoma-cho, Korai-mura and Tanakura-mura merged to inaugurate Yamashiro-cho.
  826. August 1, 1956: Kamikoma-cho, Korai-mura, and Tanakura-mura were combined to form Yamashiro-cho (Kyoto Prefecture).
  827. August 1, 1961: The Kyoto City Trams Horikawa Line (known as the Kitano Line, between Kyoto-ekimae Station and Kitano Station) was abolished.
  828. August 1, 1963: The Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., merged the Fukui Prefecture Share-Ride Cars in order to directly manage the bus business operated in the Fukui area.
  829. August 1, 1965: The name was changed to Yase-yuen Station (the Yase amusement park station).
  830. August 1, 1965: Yase Station was renamed Yase-Yuen Station.
  831. August 1, 1967: The installation of the ground equipment of ATS was completed between Yodoyabashi Station and Owada Station (except for local train lines in the quadruple-track sections), and limited express trains began using ATS.
  832. August 1, 1970: Freight services discontinued (became passenger-only station).
  833. August 1, 1979
  834. August 1, 1986: Kirihama-Kaisuiyokujo Station (ad hoc) was abolished.
  835. August 1, 1986: The section between Takarazuka and Sanda was double-tracked.
  836. August 1, 1988: The 'Keihan Tanbabashi East Building' opened.
  837. August 1, 1989: Company renamed Kitakinki Tango Railway Corporation Co., Ltd. in preparation for takeover of JR Miyazu Line.
  838. August 1, 1989: Miyafuku Railway was renamed Kitakinki Tango Railway.
  839. August 1, 2002
  840. August 1, 2004:
  841. August 1, 2004: Boarding service with a non-contact type IC card, the PiTaPa, started.
  842. August 1, 2004: ICOCA and Suica started the interoperation.
  843. August 1, 2004: PiTaPa was introduced.
  844. August 1, 2006
  845. August 1, 758: He was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  846. August 1-6: Terakoya school in the summer vacation (Terakoya was originally operated as an elementary school during the Edo period)
  847. August 10
  848. August 10, 1071: He retired from Daijo Daijin post.
  849. August 10, 1584 - Reached Lisbon, the capital of Portugal.
  850. August 10, 1822: He died while still holding the position of roju.
  851. August 10, 1932: It started operation of 10.8 km railway between Tangokitsu and Kumihama, which marked completion of work for its entire operation of the whole line.
  852. August 10, 1932: The Minetoyo and Mineyama lines were renamed as the Miyazu Line.
  853. August 10, 1932: The Mineyama and Minetoyo lines were jointly renamed the Miyazu Line.
  854. August 10, 1932: The entire Minetoyo Line was completed with the opening of the section between Tango Kitsu Station (the current Kitsu-onsen Station) and Kumihama Station.
  855. August 10, 1932: The operation between Tango-Kitsu (present Kitsu-onsen) and Kumihama started, completing the planned construction of the line.
  856. August 10, 1932: The operation between Tango-Kitsu and Kumihama started, completing the planned construction of the line.
  857. August 10, 1932: The railway line was renamed as the Miyazu Line, and it became a station on the Miyazu Line of the Japan National Railways.
  858. August 10, 1932: The station became a Japan National Railways Miyazu Line station when the line was renamed.
  859. August 10, 1932: The station became a facility of the Miyazu Line, operated by Japan National Railways, due to the change in the line name.
  860. August 10, 1939: The transportation of nickel ore began.
  861. August 10, 1941: Operations were tentatively suspended.
  862. August 10, 1941: The operations of Yoshitomi Station and Kajikuri Station were suspended.
  863. August 10, 1985: Campaigning for the mayoral election of Kyoto City was permitted to start.
  864. August 10, 2003: The opening of Kumiyama JCT - Oyamazaki JCT made the entire line available.
  865. August 10, aged 71.
  866. August 1017: Imperial Prince Atsuakira resigns from his position as crown prince to live a secluded life in the area under the name Koichijoin.
  867. August 10: Governor of Totomi Province
  868. August 10: He was appointed as a daihitsu of the Shibi Chudai.
  869. August 11 (lunar calendar): Resigned as Kanpaku.
  870. August 11, 1011: He underwent Shojo to Shosanmi rank (Senior Third Rank) and stayed as Sakone no chujo.
  871. August 11, 1231: He was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank) and retired from Kanpaku and Toshi choja positions.
  872. August 11, 1264: He assumed the post of regent.
  873. August 11, 1833: Promoted to Jingi gon no shofu (Provisional Junior Assistant Director of Divinities) (Retained his position as Chikuzen no kami) (at the age of 39).
  874. August 11, 1929: The construction of the dedicated sections of the Kyoto subway line was completed.
  875. August 11, 1948: The direct express service to Umeda Station, which was suspended due to the bombardment, was restarted.
  876. August 1155: Appointed as Kurodo to Emperor Goshirakawa.
  877. August 11: Resigned from the position of Togu Gon no Daibu (enthronement of the Emperor Nijo).
  878. August 12, 1295: assigned the position of Ushoben (Minor Controller of the Right).
  879. August 12, 1653, celebrated coming-of-age.
  880. August 12, 1919
  881. August 12, 1951: Line reopened by Tango Kairiku Kotsu Co., Ltd. between Fuchu Station and Kasamatsu Station.
  882. August 12, 1961: High-performance Keihan model 80 electric cars, equipped with both speed-balancing brakes and power-generating brakes, were put into operation.
  883. August 12, 1994: A wheelchair ramp was installed on the platform for Demachiyanagi.
  884. August 12, 2008:
  885. August 1291: born and given the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  886. August 12: Exiled to Izumo Province
  887. August 12: Gave notice of establishment of Nantan City through an official gazette by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications under the name of Taro ASO
  888. August 12th, burned down Yamato-ya.
  889. August 13 to 16: Urabon-e (Feast of Lanterns)
  890. August 13, 1069: He retired from the Sadaijin post.
  891. August 13, 1381 - post changed to Naidaijin
  892. August 13, 1921: The facility's name was changed to Yamashinaeki-mae Station.
  893. August 13, 1927: Line between Fuchu Station and Kasamatsu Station opened by Seiso Electric Railway.
  894. August 13, 895: He was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), while all his official appointments remained unchanged.
  895. August 13-15: Urabon-e Festival (a festival of the Dead or Buddhist All Souls' Day)
  896. August 13: Battle of Namwon Castle
  897. August 13: He was designated Jingihaku (Chief of Jingikan, the Department of Worship) while serving other posts.
  898. August 14, 1945 : The station was burned down due to an air raid.
  899. August 14, 1945: Nodabashi Station burned down during an air raid.
  900. August 1466 - succeeded again as the head of the Shiba clan.
  901. August 14: Appointed Kebiishi no betto (first time)
  902. August 14: Appointed to the post of Uhyoe no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  903. August 15 and 16: Mishima Natsu Matsuri (Mishima Summer Festival) held at Mishima Taisha Shrine, Mishima City
  904. August 15 or 16: Saika SENBOKU Hottanosaku Natsu no Fubutsushi (signature summer event of Hottanosaku) (Daisen City, Heian period)
  905. August 15, 1485: Became an ordained monk.
  906. August 15, 1899: Kyoto Railway began service between Saga (present Saga Arashiyama) and Sonobe.
  907. August 15, 1899: The extension work was completed between Nijo Station and Sonobe Station and the entire line was opened for service.
  908. August 15, 1899: The station commenced operation as a facility of Kyoto Electric Railway.
  909. August 15, 1899: The station opened as a station of Kyoto Electric Railway.
  910. August 15, 1912: Hiromichi Station was opened when the Keishin Electric Tramway began running.
  911. August 15, 1912: Keishin Electric Streetcar (today's Keishin Line) provisionally opened Sanjo-Ohashi Station.
  912. August 15, 1912: Keishin Electric Tramway started operating between Furukawacho (later Higashiyama-Sanjo Station) and Fudanotsuji Station (the use of which eventually ceased), and concurrently this station started operating.
  913. August 15, 1912: The Keishin Electric Tramway was established and the station was opened as Otenmon Station.
  914. August 15, 1912: The facility opened as Furukawacho Station when the Keishin Electric Tramway was opened.
  915. August 15, 1912: The first taxi operations started in front of Ueno and Shimbashi Stations in Tokyo City.
  916. August 15, 1912: The operation of this station started as Bishamondo Station when Keishin Electric Tramway started running between Furukawacho (later Higashiyama Sanjo) and Fudanotsuji (the use of this station was later discontinued).
  917. August 15, 1912: The station was opened as a Keishin Denki Kido facility.
  918. August 15, 1912: The station was opened when the Keishin Electric Tramway was opened.
  919. August 15, 1914: Preparation of the site for the second-generation station building started.
  920. August 15, 1914: The Hachijo signal box was abolished.
  921. August 15, 1945
  922. August 15, 1971: A thorough revision of the timetable was made.
  923. August 15, 1971: Kamisekidera Station was abolished.
  924. August 15, 1971: The work of constructing the over-track station house was completed.
  925. August 15, 1977: The first automatic ticket vending machines on the Otsu Line were introduced in this station.
  926. August 15, resigned as Echizen-no-kami
  927. August 1532: The Tenbun Hokke War occurred between the Yamato Ikko Sect and monk-soldiers of the Kofuku-ji Temple, and the Kofuku-ji Temple burnt down.
  928. August 1559: Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), Sakone gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards)
  929. August 15: 2.1%(183)
  930. August 15: Due to the revision of the system, he was reassigned from Jokyoku Gijo to Dainagon.
  931. August 15: Manto Kuyo-e (Great Buddha Hall): On the evening of August 15, the last day of the Urabon Festival (a Festival of the Dead), many Toro lanterns are offered to Great Buddha.
  932. August 15: The Saga - Sonobe section (15M69C≒25.53 km) came into operation as an extension of the line.
  933. August 15: Urabon-e festival (a Festival of the Dead or Buddhist All Soul's Day)
  934. August 15th of the old calendar is called "Chushu (中秋)," so it is also called "Chushu no Meigetsu (中秋の名月)."
  935. August 16 each year, from around 19:00
  936. August 16 of the same year, he died at the age of 80.
  937. August 16, 1471: The army of Takakage was defeated by the army of the Kai side in Echizen, Kawamata.
  938. August 16, resigned from Jokyoku Gicho.
  939. August 16: Assigned additional post of Shuri sagujo shi (Secretary of the left Office of Palace Repairs).
  940. August 16: Ceases being Kanpaku, proclaimed Sessho (Regent).
  941. August 16: The Kogushi - Takibe section (9.4M≒15.13 km) came into operation as an extension of the line.
  942. August 16: nine of the troop's regulars accompany the troop commander as he departs from Edo for the front in Mutsu province.
  943. August 17, 1037: He gained the additional post of Togu no Fu (Official in charge of Education of the Crown Prince) of Togu (Crown Prince) (Imperial Prince Chikahito who became the Emperor Goreizen afterwards).
  944. August 17, 1334: Promoted to the rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  945. August 17, 1334: Resigned from the post of Dainagon and promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank)
  946. August 17, 1406, concurrently served as U-konoe taisho.
  947. August 17, 1871: Dismissed as Junior Tenyaku Physician
  948. August 17, 1929: Initially, it was established as the Matsuoyama signal station on the Sanin Main Line.
  949. August 17, 1929: The Matsuoyama signal station was established by Japan National Railways.
  950. August 17, 1929: The Matsuoyama signal station was established in the Saga - Umahori section.
  951. August 17, 1987: All trains became exclusively operated by single operators at all times.
  952. August 17, Sahyoe no kami (Captain of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards)
  953. August 17, benkan
  954. August 1781: Uprisings occurred in his domain of Takasaki and he passed away while he was still in service on November 10, 1781.
  955. August 17: He passed away.
  956. August 17: Promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) as retained his position as kurodo no to.
  957. August 17: Reassigned to Gon Chunagon and served concurrently as Kotaigo gu no daibu (Master of the Empress Dowager's Household (the Empress Dowager was FUJIWARA no Senshi, a daughter of FUJIWARA no Kaneie)).
  958. August 18, 1530: He was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his position as Sakone no shosho.
  959. August 18, 1689, composed in Izumozaki
  960. August 18, 1769 - Transferred to a senior councillor (roju) and concurrently a shogunate chamberlain (sobayonin).
  961. August 18, 1879: The line between Kyoto Station, Inari Station and Otani Station (Shiga Prefecture) was opened as a governmental railway (later as the Tokaido Main Line).
  962. August 18, 1879: The railway between Kyoto Station and Otani Station (Shiga Prefecture) went into operation.
  963. August 18, 1879: The station was inaugurated as a station between Kyoto and Otani, which in later years became a part of the Tokaido Main Line.
  964. August 1812: He succeeded the reigns of the family.
  965. August 1874: The introduction of 'Isei', the doctor licensing system, was proclaimed.
  966. August 1899: Due to a revision of regulations, the graduate program was reorganized into a non-degree course for graduates, and a preparatory course was newly added.
  967. August 18: (Second) Battle of Kumsan
  968. August 18: He was promoted to the Shosanmi rank, and at the same time, retained his positions as the Gon Dainagon and Ukone no daisho.
  969. August 18: Segaki-e (hungry ghosts' feeding rites)
  970. August 18: promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade)
  971. August 18th, the Political Turmoil of August 18th.
  972. August 19, 1626
  973. August 19, 1626: Jushiiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank Upper Grade) Sakone gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards)
  974. August 19, 1801: He became roju.
  975. August 19, 1801: He was appointed to Kyoto-shoshidai.
  976. August 1920: President of Bank of Taiwan
  977. August 1943 ? Instructor at Kyoto Imperial University, School of Engineering Fuel Chemistry Department (reorganized as Petroleum Chemistry department in 1966)
  978. August 1953: Its bridge beam was swept away for the first time.
  979. August 1954: Hiroshi AMANO took office as the sixth mayor.
  980. August 1956: In a new extended building, Kyoto Scala-za opened as a first-run movie theater for foreign films.
  981. August 1962: Seitaro SHIOMI took office as the seventh mayor.
  982. August 1967: Completed the training at Shingyo Dojo (training school) in Mt. Minobu and obtained the priesthood.
  983. August 1969: The land for the Kyoto Japan-Italy Association was donated to Nihon-Itaria Kyoto-kaikan.
  984. August 1972: 'Asashio,' a temporary limited express train, was operated between Kyoto Station and Tottori Station.
  985. August 1990: Minoru NAKAMURA (mayor) took office as the eighth mayor.
  986. August 1991: The 'Second Basic Plan for the Establishment of the Kansai-kan of the NDL (provisional name)' was drawn up at the advisory meeting.
  987. August 1993: tentative plan to build 'Work Experience Plaza' in Kansai Science City announced
  988. August 1996: A design by Fumio TOKI was adopted.
  989. August 1998: The project for Kihoku Higashi Road was approved.
  990. August 1998: building designs started
  991. August 1999: '8th Basic Plan for Employment Measures' (Cabinet decision) and policy to build Work Experience Plaza (tentative) clearly stated again
  992. August 19: Appointed to the post of dazai daini.
  993. August 19: Assumed the position of Chunagon (Middle Counselor).
  994. August 1:
  995. August 1: Appointed to Sangi.
  996. August 1: Japan and Qing declare war on each other.
  997. August 1: Promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  998. August 1: The Hanabatake provisional train station was discontinued.
  999. August 1: The Nishi-Hamada - Hamadako section of the freight branch line (2.3 km) came into operation.
  1000. August 1: The line between Kyoto Station and Fushimi Station (3.3M ≒ 5.31 km) on the Nara Line was abolished.

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