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  1. (Those marked with * were established in 1940; the rest were created in 1931).
  2. (Those of which temperature is below 25 degree Celsius could be called cold spring or mineral spring).
  3. (Though Shinran is generally believed to be the founder, Shinran didn't have the intention to establish a sect and Kakunyo decided after Hongan-ji Temple was established.)
  4. (Though in later years there were some cases that a parent had no real child and Yushi became heir, they were regarded as exceptions.)
  5. (Three shrines deified together) : Itsuki Inari Shrine, Tenman Shrine, and Jinushi Shrine
  6. (Three towns integrated into Mukaijima village in 1889) Shimono-cho, Nakano-cho, Hashizume-cho
  7. (Thus, the replica, even though made faithfully to the real one, is not allowed; this is because the registration system for ancient guns is for the purpose of the preservation of historical materials and artistic values, and is not established for shooting use.)
  8. (To Americans and Europeans, the Japanese beckoning gesture of facing the palm to the front means 'Get out of here!'
  9. (To be accurate, this is a scene where Ittetsu gets furious at his son Hyuma about his behavior, knocks the chabudai aside and throws a punch at Hyuma, and as a result, the chabudai is overturned, but the father's act is not precisely 'chabudai-gaeshi.')
  10. (To be discussed below)
  11. (To be more precise, there are multiples views on the time of the beginning of the Azuchi-Momoyama Period.)
  12. (To be precise, "Treatise on the Pure Land" itself was the commentary on "Sutra of Immeasurable Life"; Tan-luan annotated the commentary again.)
  13. (To preventing food poisoning, the daytime cool floor is not opened for business in July and August.)
  14. (To the north of Sanjo-dori Street)
  15. (To the south of Sanjo-dori Street)
  16. (Today the all the Funairi has been reclaimed except for 'Takase-gawa River Ichi no Funairi cove,' which has been designated as a historic site.
  17. (Today the dominant opinion is that at least two manuscripts by Teika's own hand existed, considering that there are two kinds of Okuiri, the first and the second.)
  18. (Today, as for the OIKAWA family name, thirteen percent of it is in Hokkaido, seven percent in Tokyo and some of it is in the prefectures of Ibaragi, Saitama and Shizuoka).
  19. (Toka is the event to celebrate spring at court and so on, when the dancer of "otoko-toka" (male-toka) danced stomping, he sang 'bansuraku,' and when the dancer of "onna-toka" (female-toka) danced, she sang 'senzuraku.')
  20. (Tokyo has Yasukuni-jinja Shrine specially.)
  21. (Tome-hyoshi [closing stamps]).
  22. (Tonouchi and Iesato were not listed as they were the responsible persons on the recruiting side.)
  23. (Torajo said to have died in June 4, 1225 at the age of fifty-three, but the recent research revealed that she died in 1238; see notes.)
  24. (Toshizo HIJIKATA)
  25. (Total area of approximately 1,361 square meters)
  26. (Toward Kumiyama, Maibara and Nagoya): Kusatsu Rest Area
  27. (Toward Kyoto Minami, Maibara, and Nagoya): Otsu Rest Area
  28. (Toward Maizuru, Tsuyama, Okayama and Tokushima): Nishinomiya-najio Rest Area (Chugoku Jidoshado Expressway)
  29. (Toward Matsubara): Higashi-osaka Rest Area (Kinki Jidoshado Expressway)
  30. (Toward Nishinomiya): Suita Rest Area
  31. (Town whose prefix changed from 'Omiya' to 'Nishigamo' in 1968) Okuri-cho
  32. (Town whose prefix changed from 'Omiya' to 'Shichiku' in 1960) Sendo-cho
  33. (Towns established in 1960) Kami Hakubai-cho, Shimo Hakubai-cho, Nishi Hakubai-cho, Higashi Kobai-cho
  34. (Towns whose prefix changed from 'Omiya' to 'Murasakino' in 1960) Sendo-cho, Ueno-cho (in part)
  35. (Towns whose prefix changed from 'Omiya' to 'Nishigamo' in 1978) Harinoki-cho (in part) and Okuri-cho
  36. (Towns whose prefix changed from 'Omiya' to 'Shichiku' in 1960) Kurisu-cho (in part), Takedono-cho, Daimon-cho, Nishinoyama-cho (in part)
  37. (Towns whose prefix changed from 'Omiya' to 'Shichiku' in 1960) Takedono-cho, Daimon-cho
  38. (Towns whose prefix changed from 'Takano' to 'Murasakino' in 1941) Hananobo-cho, Junibo-cho
  39. (Toyohide is another name of Masatsugu Danjo HEKI.
  40. (Transferred from Kamigamo, Kamigyo Ward in 1949) Kita Chanoki-cho*, Minami Chanoki-cho*, Minakuchi-cho*, Kita Shiba-cho*, Minami Shiba-cho*, Kita Nonogami-cho, Minami Nonogami-cho, Yanada-cho, Yako-cho, Kodono-cho, Inokoda-cho, Maehagi-cho, Hagigakakiuchi-cho
  41. (Translated into modern language)
  42. (Translation in a colloquial style) 'It is said that a lord would never commit an immoral act if he had a vassal who could remonstrate him against his misbehavior.
  43. (Translation) 'First of all, the work of the Emperor should not be sought by human wisdom nor gained by force.'
  44. (Translation) A willow by the Atokawa river in Totomi.
  45. (Translation) Hey, young man reaping small rice field in Sumiyoshi, Isn't that guy there?
  46. (Translation) I left behind my children who were holding onto my robe and crying (because he was about to set out for Sakimori duty), although their mother was not even there for them.
  47. (Translation) My wife must be missing me so much.
  48. (Translation) On the occasion of Kazunomiya's trip to Edo, the following villages are ordered to support Urawa inn town for the time being because many people and horses are needed.
  49. (Translation: Although people have said that a person of the Emishi is equivalent to 100 soldiers, they were vanquished easily without resisting.)
  50. (Transportation)
  51. (Trivia: it is said that the whole house in its original form was transported to Tokyo along the Tokaido road without being disassembled.)
  52. (Tsukuda was also called gosaku or shosaku.)
  53. (Tsuruchiyo, Akimasa's wife)
  54. (Two companies, a right half-battalion)
  55. (Two members participated in each hearing.)
  56. (Two villages).
  57. (Two volumes of "Korin Hyakuzu" [One Hundred Paintings by Korin], cut-down version of the exhibition catalog, is a basic material for the research of the Rinpa school of that time. This catalog was later exported to Europe and influenced Japonism)
  58. (Two wards in Hokkaido were established in 1879 while the others in the previous year of 1878.)
  59. (Typical examples are seen in the area along mountain range that runs through Kyushu from north to south in Kumamoto, Miyazaki and Kagoshima Prefectures.)
  60. (Typically, a squad is devastated if its half is injured).
  61. (UK)
  62. (Umamawari was regarded as a samurai rank rather than a official post, referring to a samurai who was allowed to ride a horse.)
  63. (Unable to obtain permission from the Emperor for gissha (to visit the imperial palace by an ox-drawn cart) or heijo (to accompany a guard).)
  64. (Une)
  65. (Unknown)/December 27, 2009
  66. (Unknown)/February 2, 2009
  67. (Unknown)/November 9, 2005
  68. (Unless passengers ask the driver to stop in advance, the cable car doesn't usually stop before reaching Cable Enryakuji Station.)
  69. (Unless the view is not blocked by high structures such as the elevated bridge of Sanin Main Line.)
  70. (Unlike in the "Kojiki," it should be noticed that here the bird flew to Yamato.)
  71. (Until 1946)
  72. (Until 1978)
  73. (Until 2006) If a national holiday falls on a Sunday, the following day becomes a holiday.
  74. (Until around 1930)
  75. (Until the middle of early-modern times, it had been not unusual that kotsuzumi players taught otsuzumi players how to play drums.)
  76. (Until then, the country had been called the "Shiro Kingdom.")
  77. (Up till then, he took little interest in Bunraku, but being a man of Kamigata, he held himself responsible for rebuilding it without any regard for the bottom line).
  78. (Urayasu City present and located in Chiba Prefecture was named after this.)
  79. (Utaemon NAKAMURA the sixth)
  80. (Vilela himself was detained by his followers for the fear of mortal danger.)
  81. (Visitors are required to book in advance.)
  82. (Vol. 22, Empress Suiko No. 14)
  83. (Volume 18, Nihon Koten Bungaku Zenshu) (The Collections of Japanese Classical Literature)
  84. (WGS 84).
  85. (Waka poet) Tamekazu REIZEI.
  86. (Wakana was divided into two volumes for posterity, but it was originally one volume.)
  87. (Wakayama Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture, etc.)
  88. (Wakoku Den "Sung Shu")
  89. (We do not compete for domination of the world).
  90. (We know for sure, at least, that his contemporaries thought that his honsei was Taira [平] since he is referred to as 'Heishin Saemon Saburo Yoritsuna' [平新左衛門三郎頼綱] or 'Heishin Saemon no Jo Yoritsuna' [平新左衛門尉頼綱] in 'Azuma Kagami' [The Mirror of the East]).
  91. (Western Jin Dynasty)
  92. (What is common is that the aunt was 'Aomi no iratsume' and the niece was 'Oshinumibe no himemiko.'
  93. (When Ieyasu was on his deathbed at the Sunpu-jo Castle, he heard a rumor that Masamune would rise in revolt, thus Ieyasu was going to organize a punitive force to Oshu regardless of his illness.
  94. (When Kanehira found out that Yoshinaka had committed suicide, he said 'People of the Kanto provinces, this was a model suicide by the strongest man in Japan'.)
  95. (When Kira Kozuke no Sake lost his mansion Kajibashitei destroyed in the great fire of Edo on October 9, 1698, it was Naganori ASANO who led the firefighters then.
  96. (When attending the funeral and Buddhist memorial service of Jodo Shinshu Sect, believers of other sects often have a feeling that something is wrong.)
  97. (When the Emperor cannot attend the ceremony because of Monoimi [confinement to his residence on an unlucky day] and so on, Sessho [a regent] or Kanpaku [the chief adviser to the Emperor] performs the ceremony on his behalf.)
  98. (When the Philippine Revolution took place after the Sino-Japanese War (in 1898), efforts were made for the Imperial Japanese Navy to support the revolutionaries in order to secure Japan's influence there.
  99. (When the winter solstice happens to be the first day of November (in the old lunar calendar) once in 20 years, it is called sakuten toji.)
  100. (When the word '明神' is used to describe Emperors, it is pronounced as 'Akitsumikami.'
  101. (When withdrawing hands from tea utensils, give its movement the yoin as when parting from someone you love.)
  102. (Whether he killed a person of the busho class or not is not clear because historical material only indicates 'soldiers of the Azai clan.')
  103. (Which meant Hideyoshi's policy of 'kurairechi' (land directly controlled by the Toyotomi clan) was unsuccessful in various ways.)
  104. (While the empress dowager is alive, "ohokisai no miyano miuta" (a poem of the empress dowager) is recited prior to the presentation of kisai no miyano miuta.)
  105. (With Shogyo in Taizokai used as Shogyokai-nenju-shidai) Kegyo-Shogyo cycle is repeated for a finite number of days until completion of Shogyo in the Goma stage (where the shidai is 'Sokusaigoma-watakushi-shidai-tsuketari-fudo').
  106. (With that, he was also called Shikibu no taifu (式部大夫) or Shikibu no taifujo (式部大夫丞).)
  107. (With the result of six games more wins than losses (nine wins, three losses and four ties), the handicap was changed to senaisen.)
  108. (Word origin means 'only coating.')
  109. (Workers were footmen or apprentices in their teens and twenties, mid-career or master carpenters in their thirties and forties, and tutelages in their fifties.)
  110. (XX denotes omitted characters)
  111. (Yagyu no Tokusei Hibun (inscription of Tokuseirei) describes Tokuseirei by Kofuku-ji Temple.)
  112. (Yakamochi and Karitamaro cleared their suspicions and regained to their ranks).
  113. (Yamaoka and Masumitsu knew each other for long time, they also used to be members of the "Kobi no Kai" which was formed by Hachiro KIYOKAWA, a roshi samurai and also members in the "Sonnojoi Ha" [a political party that was a supporter of the doctrine of restoring the emperor and expelling the barbarians].)
  114. (Yamashina Hongwan-ji Temple)
  115. (Yamato Hime does not appear in this story, and servants are given to him.)
  116. (Yamato Takeru no Mikoto at last regained his senses at Isamegai, but became sick and went from Otsu to Nobono.)
  117. (Yamato Takeru no Mikoto is written in Chinese characters as 日本武尊.)
  118. (Yamato Takeru no Mikoto stopped in Ise and was granted Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi (the sword Ame-no-Murakumo, literally "Heavenly Sword of Assembled Clouds") by Yamato Hime no Mikoto.)
  119. (Yasutoki's tenure lasted from 1224 to 1242.)
  120. (Years without detailed description indicate the year which saw many group pilgrimages which technically were not okage mairi.)
  121. (Yet it was Hisamichi, his adopted son, who actually assassinated Yoshiteru).
  122. (Yoriyuki regained crop yield because he had grown up).
  123. (Yoro Code)
  124. (Yoseikan currently advocates a new martial art called 'Yoseikan budo,' which is independent from aikido.
  125. (Yoshimoto wrote "Ojima no susami" (diary written in kana) during this trip.)
  126. (Yoshinobu MANDA, Director of the Museum of Omi Hino Merchants).
  127. (You should keep the water or soup as cool as possible in order to suppress the formation of gluten. Some stores use ice water.)
  128. (Your subject, Yasumaro will state a chaotic foundation is being formed, but a sign of life has not appeared yet. With no name, and no movement, Who can recognize its shape.)
  129. (Yuizen Incident was concluded.)
  130. (Yujo who were in training; they did not apply tooth black.)
  131. (Yukie means to disappear gracefully like snow.)
  132. (Yuzan NEGISHI left the Mibu-Roshigumi to join the Shinchogumi when the Kondo group of the Shinsengumi started purging.)
  133. (Zenchiku regarded Kawakatsu as the incarnation of 'Okina' (old man), and also considered him to be the First Emperor, Shi Huangdi, reborn.)
  134. (Zenzaiya Incident). After that, in the same year, he was elected to the leader of the seventh unit.
  135. (Zip code is 100-0001) The asset value of Kokyo as a national property amounts to \218.81 billion (Based on the Diet Report Information 'Fiscal 2003 Statement on Increase and Decrease and Current Total Value of National Property').
  136. (Zoku Gunshoruiju [The Collection of Historical Sources, continued], Second Series, Jingi - gods of heaven and earth - Volume 30)
  137. (a rank will be declined for illegitimate children.)
  138. (a university under the new system of education)
  139. (a) 14 Twenty-four paragons of filial piety images; 17 harps, chess and crowds of sage-recluses images (all color on paper with gold leaf background)
  140. (abbreviation)...it is called inarizushi or shinoda-zushi, both of which are the names relating to a fox, as yakan (another name of fox) is fond of aburaage.
  141. (abolished in 1939) Gojo-cho and Nakamizo-cho
  142. (abolished in 1954) Imadacho, Ushitoracho, Hanadacho and Junnain-cho
  143. (abolished in 1966) Shimokawara-cho, Yotsuike-cho
  144. (abolished in 1969) Igoryocho, Umatsukacho, Katsuracho, Higashi, Nishi and Naka Omarucho, Hanedacho, Babacho and Higashida-cho
  145. (abolished in 1991) Nishinokuchi-cho, Momonoki-cho, Nagase, Kurumagase, and Sameko
  146. (abolished in 2005) Tokudaiji Shimizu-cho (without the name of 'Katsura' on the head)
  147. (abolition of national capital construction law)
  148. (according to Nizaemon KATAOKA XIII)
  149. (according to `Nichureki,' the era, `keitai,' is `the first era.')
  150. (according to the "Azuma Kagami")
  151. (according to the Kyoto Prefecture Statistics Report)
  152. (adapted from the Kyoto Prefecture Statistical Report)
  153. (afterwards the control was transferred to the Ministry of the Military).
  154. (all of dates are shown based on Japan Central Standard Time)
  155. (all on location.)
  156. (also known as Osenman no kata), Tamasawa (chief Joro [high rank woman servant] in O-oku [the inner halls of Edo Castle where the wife of the Shogun and her servants reside]), and the wife of Mototsuna IWANO were his daughters.
  157. (an irregular circle 500 meters in the major axis and 400 meters in the minor axis)
  158. (an ume tree forest grows outside of the romon gate (two-storey gate) and is open to the public for a fee when in season).
  159. (anyone is welcome to attend the service.)
  160. (around 1750, there were several street eel vendors in the neighborhood of Fukagawa, Edo (Present-day Fukagawa, Koto Ward, Tokyo.)
  161. (arrow having a heavy arrowhead that is actually used on the battlefield. Doesn't fly far because it is heavy) during the rule of Emperor Tensho.
  162. (as of 2008)
  163. (as of May 1, 2007)
  164. (as of November 1, 2006)
  165. (as of September 30, 2006)
  166. (as of the end of March 2006)
  167. (b) 8 waterfall images; 8 court lady images; 6 cherry blossom and stream images; 4 plum tree, bamboo and bird images (all color on paper with gold leaf background)
  168. (banquette: A stand for jumping up and jumping down, also called 'the Triple Jump' or 'Big Swan,' but the latter is seldom used after the same name was adopted as the nickname for the addition of the stand)
  169. (built 1642)
  170. (built around Kanei era)
  171. (c) 8 waterfall, weeping willow and egret images; 5 peony flower and civet images; 10 pine tree, hawk and egret images; 4 pine tree and hydrangea images; 4 loquat and green pheasant images; 6 chrysanthemum and bush clover images (all color on paper)
  172. (caused by the embers in the brazier used in the temple). A part of the Great Buddha's pedestal has survived.
  173. (cf. Oboihon (a teaching by Rennyo), Goseigomen (a teaching by Shonyo, Rennyo's great-grandchild), exchange between Ikkyu and Rennyo over the statue of Amida Nyorai)
  174. (changed the prefix from 'Nishikyogoku Kori' to 'Nishikyogoku' in 1969) Kita and Minamioiri-cho, Umazukacho, Shindencho and Noda-cho
  175. (cited by 'A Study on Kamei, Ryukyu no kami' by Nobuyuki KAMIYA and 'Another Study on Kamei, Ryukyu no kami - Change of Korenori KAMEI's government service -' by Katsuyuki TANAKA)
  176. (compiled in "Mujoudanshou" with some omissions and errors)
  177. (contained amount is measured in 1 kg of water)
  178. (corresponds to Juhachiinoge (Lower Grade Junior Eighth Rank);
  179. (corresponds to Jurokuinoge (Lower Grade Junior Sixth Rank);
  180. (corresponds to Shohachiinoge (Lower Grade Senior Eighth Rank);
  181. (corresponds to Shoshichiinoge (Upper Grade Senior Seventh Rank);
  182. (criticism)
  183. (d) 10 crane images; 4 peach blossom and bird images; 4 white plum and bird images; 4 ducks and geese near water images; 2 cypress and mandarin duck images; 2 paulownia flower and bird images (all color on paper)
  184. (daffodils are also used from time to time)
  185. (de Thermalquelle)
  186. (deposited in Nara National Museum)
  187. (deposited in Tokyo National Museum)
  188. (described in the paragraph below)
  189. (described in this article)
  190. (designated as important intangible cultural property) he was a member of Association for Japanese Noh Plays.
  191. (details of the disputes over the succession to the soke will be described later)
  192. (due to Shinbutsubunri edict to separate Shinto and Buddhism)
  193. (e.g. Republic of Bolivia)
  194. (e.g. Ryoke shiki, Soji shiki, Goshi shiki, etc.)
  195. (e.g.) Advance while the field of vision is bad due to dense fog.
  196. (e.g.) Dazzle the enemy's eyes by standing with the sun at back.
  197. (e.g.) Disguise.
  198. (e.g.) Distract enemies' attention by tapping sound of water.
  199. (e.g.) Escape as soon as the field of vision becomes bad by the sudden evening shower.
  200. (e.g.) Escape in the darkness where the moon is hidden behind clouds.
  201. (e.g.) Escape in the snowstorm in outfit for cold weather prepared in advance.
  202. (e.g.) Escape under the floor.
  203. (e.g.) Escape while enemies flinch from static electricity.
  204. (e.g.) Foresee thunder clouds and reconnoiter under cover of thunder.
  205. (e.g.) Having a horse rage to cause a mess.
  206. (e.g.) Make a fire.
  207. (e.g.) Make a smoky screen emerge.
  208. (e.g.) Throw a stone at enemies.
  209. (e.g.) Throw earth at enemies.
  210. (e.g.) Throw some boiled water at enemies.
  211. (e.g.) Throwing a snake.
  212. (e.g.) Trap enemy's foot with tied grass to fall dawn.
  213. (e.g.) Using a child as decoy.
  214. (e.g.) Using a hawk as decoy.
  215. (e.g.)Push down leaning lumbers.
  216. (e.g., Kindon Yoiko Waruiko Futsunoko [a comedy TV program of Kinichi HAGIMOTO, a Japanese comedian], Tensai Shusai Baka [a segment of the radio program hosted by Shinji TANIMURA, a Japanese singer], and a TV commercial for items to encourage people to quit smoking)
  217. (e.g., Takenouchi school and Kiraku school)
  218. (e.g.: Art, culture and fashion in 2000)
  219. (e.g.: In 'Koaza Kimura Aza Amata,' there is a city block commonly called '1-chome Suehiro-cho,' and there is also an address called 'Minamihon-machi' as the name of the residents' association).
  220. (e.g.: the city block of residents' association named 'Iwaishinmachi' lies astride Aza 'Iwai' and 'Araga.'
  221. (established in 1939) Kozanjicho, Matsuicho, Nishisanzocho, Nishihiramachi, Kita and Nishi Yakagecho, Nishi and Minami Takadacho, Kotobukicho, Nishi and Minami Kotobukicho, Nakamizucho, Higashi and Nishi Nakamizucho and Nishi Mizosaki-cho
  222. (established in 1947) Minamitatsumi-cho
  223. (established in 1948) Arisugawa-cho
  224. (established in 1954) Kami, Higashi and Nishi Imadacho, Kami and Shimo Hanadacho, Higashi and Nishi Junnaincho and Kasuga-cho
  225. (established in 1964) Takezono-cho, Matsuzono-cho
  226. (established in 1965) Umezono-cho, Sakurazono-cho
  227. (established in 1966) Hashizume-cho
  228. (established in 1966) Kamizato Ojika-cho, Kamizato Katsuyama-cho, Kamizato Torimi-cho and Kamizato Momiji-cho
  229. (established in 1969) Higashi, Nishi, Minami and Kitakoromodecho, Shinmeicho, Higashi and Nishiomarucho, Kadonocho, Koricho, Higashi and Nishiikedacho, Hamanomotocho, and Kita and Minamishozakai-cho.
  230. (established in 1969) Kita and Minami Igoryo-cho
  231. (established in 1975) Nishisakaidani-cho from 1-chome to 4-chome, Higashisakaidani-cho from 1-chome to 3-chome, Nishitakenosato-cho 1-chome and 2-chome and Higashitakenosato-cho from 1-chome to 4-chome.
  232. (established in 1975) Nishishinbayashi-cho from 1-chome to 6-chome, Higashishinbayashi-cho from 1-chome to 3-chome, Kitafukunisi-cho from 1-chome to 4-chome, and Minamifukunishi-cho from 1-chome to 3-chome.
  233. (established in 1976) Higashino-cho
  234. (established in 1986) Kitakutsukake-cho from 1-chome to 7-chome.
  235. (established in 1991) Higashi Daihannya-cho, Minami Daihannya-cho, Banjo-cho, Minaminakajima-cho, Higashishibanomiya-cho
  236. (established in 1991) Kitatakigawa-cho, Minamitakigawa-cho, Nishitakigawa-cho
  237. (established in 2005) Tokudaijikitacho, Tokudaijiminamicho and Tokudaijihigashi-cho
  238. (extracted and paraphrased)
  239. (for bonito, refer to Bonito Tataki)
  240. (for details, refer to article 'Warming Chinese alcoholic beverage.')
  241. (for details, refer to the article 'Warming wine')
  242. (for example, 'Smiling Gold' by Noriyuki MAKIHARA, 'Sweet Soul e.p.' by Kirinji, and 'Expressions' by Mariya TAKEUCHI)
  243. (for reference)
  244. (four towns and one village)
  245. (four towns)
  246. (from Traditional dishes (Okayama Prefecture) < Local production and consumption < Chugoku-Shikoku Agricultural Administration Office)
  247. (from the Asahi newspaper, May 28, 2005)
  248. (from the book, "Akira KUROSAWA talks")
  249. (from/to Demachiyanagi Station) - Fushimi-inari Station - Fukakusa Station - Fujinomori Station - Sumizome Station - Tanbabashi Station - Fushimi Momoyama Station - Chushojima Station - Yodo Station - (from/to Yodoyabashi Station)
  250. (from/to Juso Station)- Rakusaiguchi Station - Katsura Station - (from/to Kawaramachi Station (Kyoto Prefecture))
  251. (from/to Katabiranotsuji Station) - Tojiin Station - Kitano Hakubaicho Station
  252. (from/to Keihan Oto Line Demachiyanagi Station) - Sanjo Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Keihan Shijo Station - Keihan Gojo Station - Shichijo Station - Tofukuji Station - Toba-kaido Station - (from/to Yodoyabashi Station)
  253. (from/to Kokusai Kaikan Station) - Kuinabashi Station - Takeda Station - (extension of service into the Kintetsu Kyoto Line)
  254. (from/to Kokusai Kaikan Station) Marutamachi Station, Karasuma Miike Station (from/to Takeda Station)
  255. (from/to Kokusai-Kaikan Station)- Kujo Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Jujo Station (Kyoto Municipal Subway) - (from/to Takeda Station (Kyoto Prefecture))
  256. (from/to Kyoto Station) - Hozukyo Station [1] - Umahori Station - Kameoka Station - Namikawa Station - Chiyokawa Station - (from/to Sonobe Station)
  257. (from/to Kyoto Station) - Hozukyo Station* - (from/to Kameoka Station)
  258. (from/to Kyoto Station) - Inari Station - JR-Fujinomori Station - Momoyama Station - (from/to Kizu Station (Kyoto Prefecture))
  259. (from/to Kyoto Station) - Kamitobaguchi Station - Takeda Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Fushimi Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station - Momoyamagoryo-mae Station - Mukaijima Station - (from/to Yamato-Saidaiji Station)
  260. (from/to Kyoto Station) - Toji Station - Jujo Station (Kintetsu) - (from/to Yamato-Saidaiji Station)
  261. (from/to Kyoto Station) - Yamashina Station - (from/to Maibara Station)
  262. (from/to Kyoto Station) - Yamashina Station - (from/to Tsuruga Station)
  263. (from/to Kyoto Station) Nijo Station, Enmachi Station (from/to Kameoka Station)
  264. (from/to Kyoto Station)- Nishi-Oji Station - (from/to Osaka Stations)
  265. (from/to Kyoto and Uji Stations) - Yamashirotaga Station - Tamamizu Station - (from/to Kizu and Nara Stations)
  266. (from/to Nijo Station) - Daigo Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Ishida Station - (from/to Rokujizo Station)
  267. (from/to Nijo Station)- Sanjo-Keihan Station - Higashiyama Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Keage Station (from/to Rokujizo Station)
  268. (from/to Saga Torokko Station) - Hozukyo Torokko Station - (from/to Kameoka TorokkoStation)
  269. (from/to Saga Torokko Station) - Kameoka Torokko Station
  270. (from/to Shijo-Omiya Station) Saiin Station, Nishioji Sanjo Station (from/to Arashiyama Station)
  271. (from/to Takeda Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Kuramaguchi Station [*] - Kitaoji Station - Kitayama Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - (from/to Kokusai Kaikan Station)
  272. (from/to Uzumasa Tenjingawa Station) - Misasagi Station - Yamashina Station - Higashino Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Nagitsuji Station - Ono Station (Kyoto Prefecture) -(from/to Rokujizo Station)
  273. (from/to Uzumasa Tenjingawa Station) Nishioji Oike Station, Nijo Station, Nijojo-mae Station, Karasuma Miike Station, Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station (from/to Rokujizo Station)
  274. (hikimeya) is an arrow fixed with Hikime.
  275. (however, the designation of the area as a good rice-producing land is based on the historical association with that particular production area, and this does not necessarily reflect the quality of rice produced there.)
  276. (in 1856, after his plot to attack Townsend HARRIS was uncovered, he was imprisoned and died there).
  277. (in Chinese characters)
  278. (in random order)
  279. (in the Ritsuryo system)
  280. (in the documents except for Nichureki, the second era, `Zenki' [zenka] is the first era, skipping the era, `keitai..'
  281. (in this case, Tsushima and Iki provinces were excluded as islands) For example, the Yamana clan that had 11 provinces as shugo's territory was called " One Sixth Esquire ", because it possessed one sixth of the provinces of whole country.
  282. (it is also called Tannowa nisanzai Tomb).
  283. (it is called 'Anei Bon'.)
  284. (it is conducted only on the day of ukai in the cool of summer evening)
  285. (it is said that he took part in the Kyoto Honkokuji-to [Kyoto Hongan-ji Temple Party]).
  286. (it is said that these ticket sellers were elderly women recruited from nearby areas).
  287. (it seems that Chugu Gon no taijo (or Gon no taishin) also existed because Yorisada TADA, a close aid of the Emperor Godaigo, was appointed as Kotaigogu Gon no taijo. His court rank was Jurokui.)
  288. (it was renamed Kyoto Dento Kabushiki Gaisha in February 1893.)
  289. (knowing Kyoto, lifelong education, as a host, and utilization of your knowledge for jobs, etc.)
  290. (linking up with Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line to Uzumasa Tenjingawa Station) - Misasagi Station - Keihan Yamashina Station - Shinomiya Station - (from/to Hamaotsu Station)
  291. (modern written Japanese) 上下心を一にして、さかんに経綸を行うべし。(All classes, high and low, shall be united in vigorously carrying out the administration of affairs of state.)
  292. (modern written Japanese) 今日の急務、永世の基礎、この他に出べからず
  293. (modern written Japanese) 勅意宏遠、誠に以って感銘に堪えず。
  294. (modern written Japanese) 官武一途庶民にいたるまで、おのおのその志を遂げ、人心をして倦まざらしめんことを要す。(The common people, no less than the civil and military officials, shall all be allowed to pursue their own calling so that there may be no discontent.)
  295. (modern written Japanese) 年号月日 御諱 (onimina [real name])
  296. (modern written Japanese) 広く会議を興し、万機公論に決すべし。(Deliberative assemblies shall be widely established and all matters decided by open discussion.)
  297. (modern written Japanese) 慶応四年戊辰三月 総裁名印 公卿諸侯各名印 (on March 1868, signatures of president, Kugyo and lords.)
  298. (modern written Japanese) 我が国未曾有の変革を為んとし、朕、躬を以って衆に先んじ天地神明に誓い、大にこの国是を定め、万民保全の道を立んとす。
  299. (modern written Japanese) 旧来の陋習を破り、天地の公道に基づくべし。(Evil customs of the past shall be broken off and everything based upon the just laws of Nature.)
  300. (modern written Japanese) 智識を世界に求め、大いに皇基を振起すべし。(Knowledge shall be sought throughout the world so as to strengthen the foundation of imperial rule.)
  301. (modern written Japanese) 臣等謹んで叡旨を奉載し死を誓い、黽勉従事、冀くは以って宸襟を安じ奉らん。
  302. (modern written Japanese) 衆またこの趣旨に基き協心努力せよ。
  303. (more than 90% of the third level questions are from the third level official text, more than 70% of the second level questions are from the second level official text, and the first level questions are in reference to the first level official text)
  304. (nenryo shomai [rice made by pounding it in a mortar and paid in kind for the taxes])
  305. (not clear):
  306. (not clear): The linking track to the Keihan Main Line located at Sanjo Station was removed.
  307. (note that this designation includes, in addition to the examples given in this article, works positively identified as gisho as well as any works "specialists suspect are gisho."
  308. (note: He died on April 6, in the year of Kinoe-Tatsu [one of the Oriental Zodiac].)
  309. (note: the text shown below in bold <usually shown in Italics> is quoted from Yokyoku [Noh song].)
  310. (notice) February 23, 1873; No. 20; To Okura-sho
  311. (omission of a sentence) I believe that it is not only the tradition of the Imperial household but also my ideal image of the Emperor and the Imperial family to discharge duties while praying for the nation's happiness, as well as trying to share joys and sorrows with the nation.'
  312. (omission of a sentence) I heard that assembly members and the nation had difficulties in speaking freely in the prewar period.'
  313. (omission of a sentence) I hope that we can see her more often, and that we and Aiko can talk freely in someday.'
  314. (omission of a sentence) I think I could form myself of today by absorbing a lot through the window opened after the marriage.'
  315. (omitted)
  316. (on an irregular basis)
  317. (on loan to the Nara National Museum)
  318. (on the contrary, fans for elderly, youngsters, or children use slates of cross-grained wood.)
  319. (one town and eight villages)
  320. (one town and thirteen villages)
  321. (one verse, one form)
  322. (only the appearance is conserved)
  323. (open-weight class)
  324. (or perhaps, 28)
  325. (owned by Shiose branch office, Nishinomiya City)
  326. (p. 203)
  327. (p. 214)
  328. (p. 217)
  329. (p. 218)
  330. (p. 227)
  331. (p. 239, pp. 82-85)
  332. (please refer to the Korean origin theory.)
  333. (posthumous Buddist name in the Soto Zen sect) or 大機院前下大夫日州太守一分斎宗休大居士 (posthumous Buddist name in the Rinzai sect).
  334. (pp. 195-196)
  335. (pp. 204-208)
  336. (pp. 209-210)
  337. (pp. 219-220)
  338. (pp. 220-224)
  339. (pp. 221-222)
  340. (pp. 224-225)
  341. (pp. 226-227)
  342. (reading-zanmai; study-zanmai; and extravagance-zanmai, etc. In these cases, Sanmai is pronounced '-zanmai,' a voiced syllable of Sanmai).
  343. (refer to Emperor, the ritsuryo system and Tenka Toitsu [unification of the whole country])
  344. (refer to Sinocentrism, Emperor and Ten)
  345. (refer to article 'Present situation of warming up sake (shochu)' for the case in which water is added.)
  346. (refer to article 'Shochu and warming up sake' for the case of warming distilled spirits.)
  347. (refer to chiten no kimi, Jokyu War, Kenmu Restoration and "Jinno Shotoki" [A Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns])
  348. (refer to mineral spring)
  349. (refer to page 353 of Kamakura City, "The History of Kamakura-City, The overview of modern history" Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1990)
  350. (refer to the Sengoku period [Japan])
  351. (refer to the article on "Jisho and Juei no ran" for further events)
  352. (reference: beer-222 yen)
  353. (regarding monoimi, refer to the article of 'monoimi' included in the section of 'Difference between Jodo Shinshu Sect and other sects' described below)
  354. (s Imperial House Act a1).
  355. (see also kubunden [rice fields given to each farmer in the Ritsuryo system])
  356. (see packaged rice)
  357. (see the article of shichirin.)
  358. (since then, he learned Shugi whenever Nyoshin came to Kyoto.)
  359. (snip)
  360. (snip) His son is called Rikamitahori (Suishu).
  361. (snip) His wife is called ?彌.
  362. (snip) There is a large mossy stone, humidity closes in on the old plum trees.
  363. (snip) Those who know the obligation and lament his name, shall kill disloyal and false subjects (vassals) at once, to repay the kindness.'
  364. (snip) We all were born only with a Buddha mind when our parents had given birth to us, but nothing else.
  365. (snip) that implies that Korenori had some knowledge of Buddhist scriptures.'
  366. (some suppose that the heir to the Hojo clan was Masanori, who was born to Maki no kata, the second wife, and that Yoshitoki was originally the founder of the Ema clan, a branch of the Hojo clan).
  367. (sometimes Tsuigo is considered to be a type of posthumous name, however strictly speaking these are two different names)
  368. (source: Kugyobunin)
  369. (statements of advocates followed.)'
  370. (stayed in Germany until 1928)
  371. (successful applicants with a perfect score are commended, and a gathering for the people who pass the first level will be held)
  372. (such as a watchtower called seiro)
  373. (such as drum turrets seen at a show tent, a sumo performance, and a festival, and watchtowers including a fire watchtower.)
  374. (the Aguhara Village used to be home to the Kodama party and the HONJO clan originated in the village; therefore, they must have been unbearably disappointed when they were deprived of their land.)
  375. (the Battle of Arita-Nakaide)
  376. (the Emperor Jinmu, the father of Kamuyaimimi-no-mikoto)
  377. (the Emperor Suizei, the younger brother of Kamuyaimimi-no-mikoto)
  378. (the Kodo (hall), cloister, and so forth have not been researched yet.)
  379. (the Kyushu Dynasty theory)
  380. (the Shishigatani plot)
  381. (the book featured Genpaku SUGITA and some others as the editors and translators)
  382. (the first train usually starts from Platform 4)
  383. (the first)
  384. (the following are children whose mothers are unknown)
  385. (the gist)
  386. (the grandmother of Kamuyaimimi-no-mikoto)
  387. (the hollyhock crest of the Tokugawa family was also permitted to be used as the temple crest)
  388. (the initial one was a picture scroll)
  389. (the kokuga forces system)
  390. (the names were changed in 1991) Nakajima=>Nakajima-cho, Shibanomiya=>Shibanomiya-cho
  391. (the names were changed in 1991) Okunobo=>Okunobo-cho, Hayashinomoto=>Hayashinomoto-cho, Nishigaki=>Nishigaki-cho, Doden=>Doden-cho, and Shindenbuke=>Shindenbuke-cho
  392. (the nickel mine in the Mt. Oe is located in the Yosano-cho area.)
  393. (the order to establish a Miyake
  394. (the person with * mark was a person who were currently alive as of December 2006.)
  395. (the ranks above are Noge)
  396. (the rest omitted)
  397. (the section of the 3rd day of the 9th month of 1183 in the "Gyokuyo")
  398. (the sixth anniversary, the twelfth anniversary and the 32nd anniversary of a person's death)
  399. (the width of the portion of otaiko is hassun, measured by kujirajaku (a measure used in kimono-making), for both types.)
  400. (there are several views concerning the death of Kuninobu, including the one asserting he died in the Battle of the Hashizu-gawa River in 1540)
  401. (there are some opinions that these are not banter.)
  402. (there is no relationship between the name and the number of striking and kicking techniques.)
  403. (these expressions above describe the appearance of Hamon), with a concrete description, and eliminates the incorporation of the subjective feeling of an observer.
  404. (this is only as a guide as it varies depending on the period).
  405. (three towns and eleven villages)
  406. (three towns and ten villages)
  407. (three towns and three villages)
  408. (three towns)
  409. (to Kyoto St. - Kintetsu Tanbabashi St. - Okubo St. - (Kyoto)) Shin-Tanabe St. - Koudo St. - Miyamaki St. - Kintetsu Miyazu St. (to Takanohara St. - Yamato Saidaiji St. - Kintetsu Nara St. - Kashiharajingumae St.)
  410. (to Takarazuka St. - Kitashinchi St. - Kyoubashi St. (Osaka)) Matsui Yamate St. - Osumi St. - Kyoutanabe St. - Doshisha-mae St. - JR Miyamaki St. (to Kizu St. (Kyoto))
  411. (to/from Juso Station) - Karasuma Station - Kawaramachi Station (Kyoto Prefecture)
  412. (to/from Juso Station) - Nishikyogoku Station - Saiin Station - (to/from Kawaramachi Station (Kyoto Prefecture))
  413. (to/from Kokusai Kaikan Station) - Shijo Station (Kyoto Municipal Subway) - Gojo Station (Kyoto Municipal Subway) - Kyoto Station - (to/from Takeda Station (Kyoto Prefecture))
  414. (to/from Kokusaikaikan Station) - Kuramaguchi Station* - Imadegawa Station - (to/from Takeda Station (Kyoto Prefecture))
  415. (to/from Kyoto Station) - Hanazono Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Uzumasa Station - Saga Arashiyama Station - (to/from Sonobe Station)
  416. (to/from Maibara Station) - Kyoto Station - (to/from Osaka Station)
  417. (to/from Tokyo Station) - Kyoto Station - (to/from Shin-Osaka Station)
  418. (two towns and eight villages)
  419. (two towns and ten villages)
  420. (two towns and twelve villages)
  421. (two towns)
  422. (university under the new system of education)
  423. (unpublished)
  424. (until 2008)
  425. (vacancy) April, 1875 ? May, 1876
  426. (vacancy) March, 1876 ? June 1878
  427. (while counting money piece by piece) (charin…charin…charin…)…50 ryo…much appreciated.
  428. (written as 寿慶 or 壽慶, Hisamasa's second daughter, Tadatane AZAI's wife)
  429. (year of birth unknown - 1708).
  430. (year of birth unknown - 1829)
  431. (year of birth unknown - April 6, 1867)
  432. (year of birth unknown - July 15, 1882)
  433. (year of birth unknown - July 25, 1878)
  434. (year of birth unknown - Mar or April, 692) lived in the Asuka period in Japan.
  435. (year of birth unknown - October 1, 1840)
  436. (younger sister of Aya no kimi)
  437. (…) The second letter has a different style, and it seems superior to the first letter.
  438. (※Indicates operations that commenced March 20, 2008.)
  439. (→See 'Tokiwa-so')
  440. (□is missing word)
  441. (今国分 と被申付候,) and Sokun explained the details.
  442. (会津ノ唱モ能々承候), he just prepared for holding the castle and did not seem to send the troops to Sendo-guchi.
  443. ) Additionally, the family was notable in the art of fragrance.
  444. ), it was announced.
  445. * 'Shimosa book'-related manuscripts
  446. * According to "Unjo meiran" (books giving a detailed view of the Imperial family and Court nobles), 1863 version
  447. * All lines are under direct jurisdiction of the West Japan Railway Company, Osaka branch.
  448. * All of the dates from the section below are according to a western calendar (a solar calendar).
  449. * Although 'Kengokyo Shihon Bokusho Makimono' was designated as an Important Cultural Property in 1897 (formerly a National Treasure), its whereabouts are unknown.
  450. * Although he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade), the process of investitures are unknown.
  451. * As of April 2005
  452. * Because 方可 is stated, it is regarded as a half round of Tsushima Nanto (Tsushima province) and a half round of Iki, and is expressed as (400 ri X2) (300 ri X2).
  453. * Beginning on October 1, express buses bound from Nagaoka Station to Tokamachi-shako Depot via Ojiya will run by way of JUSCO Tokamachi Store/Harashin Tokamachi Store instead of Tokamachi Station West Exit /Sogo Taiiku-kan (General Gymnasium).
  454. * Between Nishioji Station and Mukomachi Station, Katsuragawa Station (tentative name) was scheduled to commence operations in the autumn of 2008.
  455. * Both platforms can support up to eight cars.
  456. * Buses bound from Nagaoka Station to Ojimaya Station via Makishita/Narisawa stopped running to Red Cross Hospital as of September 30, 2007.
  457. * Date = Chinese calendar
  458. * Date = Lunar Calendar
  459. * Date = Old calendar
  460. * Date = in the lunar calendar
  461. * Date = old lunar calendar
  462. * Date according to old lunar calendar
  463. * Date according to old lunar calendar (up until December 2, 1872)
  464. * Date expressed in old calendar.
  465. * Date is indicated in the old lunar calendar.
  466. * Dates are according to the old calendar (until December 2, 1872)
  467. * Dates are according to the old calendar.
  468. * Dates are according to the old lunar calendar up to 1871.
  469. * Dates are all based on the old lunar calendar.
  470. * Dates are based on a lunar calendar.
  471. * Dates are based on the old calendar.
  472. * Dates are from the old calendar
  473. * Dates are in old lunar calendar.
  474. * Dates are in the old lunar calendar.
  475. * Dates follow the old lunar calendar.
  476. * Dates up until 1871 are based on the lunar calendar.
  477. * Descriptions on this page contain the religious principles of the religious organization 'Amatsukyo.'
  478. * Each of the platforms has an effective length sufficient to accommodate eight cars.
  479. * Each platform has a length equal to eight train cars.
  480. * Each platform has a length sufficient to accommodate a seven-car train.
  481. * Each platform has a length sufficient to accommodate an eight-car train (but only seven-car trains stop there).
  482. * Each platform has an effective length of seven train cars.
  483. * Each platform length is sufficient to accommodate a five-car train.
  484. * Effective as of October 1, all buses bound from Nagaoka Station to Izumozaki-shako Depot will run via Ote Ohashi (bridge)/Nagaoka Red Cross Hospital.
  485. * Except for above mentioned figures.
  486. * Express buses bound for Kashiwazaki via Sochi and express buses bound for Nagaoka via Sochi ceased service with the last bus of September 30, 2007 (so that express service via Sochi was virtually abolished).
  487. * For a period of seven days from March 7 (lunar calendar), the position of Naidaijin was assigned to Takayoshi KUSHIGE and Toyotada HIROHATA.
  488. * For details on the stations of the limited express trains 'Tanba,' 'Hashidate (inbound only)' and 'Maizuru,' which stop at this station, refer to the articles about those trains.
  489. * For information about stations used by the Limited Expresses 'Tanba' (only outbound train), 'Kinosaki' (only inbound train) and 'Maizuru,' please refer to the article for that train.
  490. * For information on the next stations of the Limited Expresses 'Tanba,' 'Kinosaki,' 'Hashidate,' 'Maizuru' and 'Tango Discovery,' refer to the article for that train.
  491. * For the companies whose headquarters are located in Kyoto Prefecture, refer to 'The category of companies in Kyoto Prefecture.'
  492. * For the politicians who come from Kyoto Prefecture, refer to 'The category of politicians from Kyoto Prefecture.'
  493. * He was the first appearance of the Tokugawa shogunate family who was conferred to Juichii in his time as the designated shogunate heir.
  494. * Heresy: Himorogi means a tall tree that can be a landmark for rendezvous, such as a Japanese cypress, needle juniper, or pine tree.
  495. * Hozukyo Station is located on the border between Nishikyo Ward and Kameoka City.
  496. * In 1996, activity of the Osaka Regional Taxation Bureau's Research Institute of Brewing was suspended due to the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, and was resumed in 1997 but as the last event to be discontinued from the next year, so that the company is regarded as have in fact been awarded the 'gold prize' of the Institute for the sixth time in a row.
  497. * In a broad sense, Ninja movies are sometimes included in the category of jidaigeki but for the most part they are treated as a fundamentally separate genre.
  498. * In addition to the above, it is known from the foreword of "Kudai Waka" that he also filled the posts of Iyo no gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Iyo Province) and Shikibu gon no taifu (Provisional Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonial).
  499. * In broadcasting, the pronunciation of 'Osho' is generally differentiated by sect.
  500. * In famous "Moeyo ken" written by Ryotaro SHIBA, it is said that he was the same person as Hajime SAITO, but he was completely different person from Hajime Saito.
  501. * In some domains (such as the Satsuma Domain), the harsh exploitation of farmers throughout the entire Edo period meant that the conditions under which middle-class or wealthy farmers could become established never emerged.
  502. * In the order of the year they became independent, 'name of organization (name of style, common name): year of independence, founder'
  503. * In those theses, he is introduced as belonging to the Imperial Residence.
  504. * It is believed that the eras established by the Yamato kingship were mixed in the eras after 695 during the Yamato (Taika) era.
  505. * Kuramaguchi Station is on the border with Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  506. * Kuzu-ne roots produced in Taiwan are roots of Taiwan kuzu, those produced in China are root of Shina-no-kuzu (Chinese kuzu), thus, from a botanical standpoint, they are not same species as those produced in Japan.
  507. * Later, Daizenshiki was raised to Daishiki.
  508. * Later, raised to Oryo.
  509. * Lunar calendar used for the dates on and before December 2, 1872.
  510. * Main references are "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" (Veritable Records of Three Reigns of Japan) or "Kugyobunin" (directory of court nobles); in case of other references, they are indicated respectively.
  511. * Miyama-cho was under the jurisdiction of the Keihoku Police Station until April 1, 2006; however, since the Keihoku Police Station was abolished under the realignment plan of police station, Miyama-cho came under the jurisdiction of the Sonobe Police Station.
  512. * NB: Dates follow the lunar calendar
  513. * Naizenshi had two Kami called Buzen.
  514. * Normally, inbound and outbound trains use Platform 2.
  515. * Not to be confused with Aki YAMADA, a former NHK presenter.
  516. * Office of Constructing a Buddha Hall in Kofuku-ji Temple
  517. * Office of Daian-ji Temple Construction
  518. * Office of Hokke-ji Temple Construction
  519. * Office of Nara Yakushi-ji Temple Construction
  520. * Office of Saidai-ji Temple Construction
  521. * Office of Sairyu-ji Temple Construction
  522. * Office of Shimotsuke Yakushi-ji Temple Construction
  523. * Office of Todai-ji Temple Construction
  524. * Once there was a Korean theory arguing that it derived from a Korean word 'wasso (came),' but this was absolutely denied by a study performed by a Japanese Language scholar.
  525. * Platform 1 is located closest to the North Entrance, followed by Platforms 2 to 5 to the south, with Platform 5 being the side platform.
  526. * Platform numbers are not assigned.
  527. * Please provide evidence for the use of shoshi no omi by Yasedoji.
  528. * Prefectures in bold face are "fu," and those with X at the end are prefectures that were present on the very date of July 14, 1871, when Haihan-chiken was issued.
  529. * Refer to Kyoto Station (the Tokaido Shinkansen) in Railways and Politics
  530. * Related description appears in "Garasudo no naka."
  531. * Relocated from Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine Hozo-bo
  532. * Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) doubled as Samaryo gogen and Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) doubled as Umaryo gogen.
  533. * Schedules are subject to change, so please contact us.
  534. * See Education System Order
  535. * Since the academic year 2004, when Kyoto University was reorganized into a national university corporation, the address was changed from Yoshida Konoe-cho kaneichi (national kind) to the one above (lot number was added).
  536. * Some manuscripts give Imizu-jinja Shrine (Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture) instead of 'Keta-jinja Shrine in Imizu County, Ettchu Province.'
  537. * Some shrines make an offering of tamagushi in a totally different manner from the above description.
  538. * Some think that his mother was the daughter of Takanari HARA.
  539. * Subsequently, Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station also became a stop for limited express trains throughout the day.
  540. * Tango Yamada Station was renamed as Nodagawa Station on April 1, 1985, after Kaya Railway ended its operations.
  541. * The '鹿' (Chinese character pronounced as 'ka' indicating Kagoshima Prefecture) on the inscription on the stone monument is '麑.'
  542. * The Kamo County, where Matsudaira-go, Kamo County in Mikawa Province, was located, was Shingun (shrine territory) for Kamo-jinja Shrine, and the Matsudaira clan in Matsudaira-go originally used the aoi-mon, the Kamo-jinja Shrine crest, as its own family crest.
  543. * The Keihan Rokujizo Station is located in Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City.
  544. * The Limited Expresses 'Tanba,' 'Hashidate,' and 'Maizuru' ('Tanba' is an inbound train and 'Hashidate' is an outbound train) occasionally stop at Hiyoshi Station; refer to the individual descriptions of these trains for the stations they stop at.
  545. * The blanks in gray and with the hyphen (-) in them among the columns of statistical years in the chart show local governments that are not included among the suburbs with more than 10% of the population to the central city.
  546. * The building and parking space of main building was used as the schoolhouse, gym and playground of Sonobe Elementary School in Sonobe town until 1998.
  547. * The company, Yoshimura Shuzo, declared that 'it will not exhibit any of its products' at any fair from 2002.
  548. * The dates are according to the Japanese calendar, a lunar calendar.
  549. * The day of the landing, July 2nd of the 4th year of Kaicheng era for the Tang Dynasty was same as Japan's July 2nd of the 5th year of Jowa era.
  550. * The effects are not guaranteed for everyone.
  551. * The empty site of the old Fushimi second plant is planned to be used as a part of Kyoto City's 'framework for the development of complex facilities to support various industries.'
  552. * The following dates are indicated in the old calendar up to the second day of the twelfth month of the fifth year of the Meiji era (1872).
  553. * The following dates were based upon the old lunar calendar.
  554. * The historical flow will be described later.
  555. * The kanji (Chinese characters) were altered to the commonly used characters.
  556. * The left and right positioning of the teshoku-ishi and the yuoke-ishi varies depending on the school of tea ceremony.
  557. * The length of Platform 1 and 2 is 230 m.
  558. * The limited express 'Maizuru' connects with 'Hashidate,' 'Tanba' and 'Kinosaki,' as mentioned below.
  559. * The lunar calendar is used for dates.
  560. * The nickname of 'Nagano Shinkansen line' is used, because the operation of the line does not reach Kanazawa in Hokuriku region until the 2014 fiscal year.
  561. * The old lunisolar calendar (Tenpo reki [Tenpo calendar]) is adopted for the dates in the following articles.
  562. * The operation kilometers between Misasagi and Keihan-Yamashina before the abolishment of the section between Keishin-Sanjo and Misasagi was 1.3 km.
  563. * The order of succession is that used at Toji-in Temple and different from the generally accepted order.
  564. * The platform length for each of the tracks is sufficient to accommodate a five-car train.
  565. * The platform length was initially for a one-car train but it was extended for two-car trains and then further extended to the west for four-car trains when the subway Tozai Line started its operations.
  566. * The platform portion for each of the tracks has a length sufficient to accommodate an eight-car train.
  567. * The platforms are not numbered.
  568. * The population in 2002 was calculated by adding the populations of Gojo City, Nishi-yoshino Village and Oto Village together.
  569. * The railway sections between Iwataki Factory Station and Tango Yamada Station and between Kaya Station and Oe-yama Mine Station were the industry tracks operated by Nippon Yakin Kogyo Co., Ltd.
  570. * The section just before services for passengers were discontinued in 1981.
  571. * The station that is used most frequently by the citizen of Kizugawa City is Takanohara Station on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line in Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
  572. * There are arrows made especially for straw butt.
  573. * There is a possibility that the Imperial decree of promotion to Junii (Junior Second Rank) with the post changed to Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) dated August 8 (in the old calendar), 1587, was issued using the name of Ieyasu TOYOTOMI.
  574. * There is a shuttle bus from the parking area to the main site.
  575. * There is another view that Mitsuhide meant 'Time is now May and all are in rain.'
  576. * This is attached to the main subjects called '10 kinds of Otsu-e.'
  577. * This is described based on Aikikai, which is the majority faction.
  578. * This is the station of origin and the terminal of all local trains on the Joetsu Line.
  579. * This road is planned to be connected to the Kyoto Line of Hanshin Expressway 8 in January of 2008).
  580. * This section is based on the descriptions of "Nihonshoki".
  581. * Whether he received the Senji (Imperial decree) as Hidetada TOYOTOMI, refer to "Law and economy in the medieval period in Japan" written by Isao Shimomura, issued by "Classified Documents, continued" completing committee in March 1998.
  582. * While 3 examples from the Northern Court (Japan) are included, the 4 examples of the Emperor Junnin, the Emperor Chukyo, and the Emperor Kogon and the Emperor Suko of the Northern Court, which effectively were dethronement, are excluded.
  583. * ZoIshiyamaderasho (subordinate office under Office of Todai-ji Temple Construction)
  584. * is placed on the Shohon.
  585. * marks indicate the scenes that are mainly performed today.
  586. * shows Rinyu hachigaku and its Tsugaimai dance.
  587. *"you" means the lord of the domain, Sadaaki MATSUDAIRA.
  588. *' shows that the manuscripts are restored in a certain level, 'O' shows that itsubun is restored in other books, and no mark means that it is itsubun, only skeptical itsubun exists, or itsubun has not been discovered.
  589. *'Shoko Nenpyo' (The chronological table of feudal lords) stated and supported the theory that he inherited the family estate in 1612 but 'Hankanpu' (Genealogy of the Protectors of the Shogunate), which is considered to be an authority, does not mention about it.
  590. *'The incident of Yuizen': Turmoil over the installation of Rusushiki between Kakue and Yuizen.
  591. *'Xavier' was the location name that existed before him (please refer to; 'Concerning the Person's Name' above).
  592. *(): lunar calendar
  593. *(area and period of costumes)
  594. *(xxx) of 'restaurants' is the point of time the number of shops were counted.
  595. *1 The first bus doesn't go through there.
  596. *A business license was granted for both routes in 1961.
  597. *Above two people and Masanori KAYA, who is mentioned later, were born after their family left the Imperial Family, strictly speaking, they were 'male descendants of the former Imperial Family.'
  598. *According to the 1816 version of the "Bukan" book of heraldry by Suharaya (a famous publisher in the Edo period).
  599. *All dates are based on the lunar calendar
  600. *All the numbers are Bugaku music.
  601. *At this point only Kashima Antlers that won in the seasons of 2001 and 2008 and Urawa Red Diamonds that won in the season of 2007.
  602. *Before the modern period the Empress Jingu was counted among successive Emperors.
  603. *Both lines were transferred in 1949 to the Keihan Electric Railway, which was divided from Keihanshin Electric Express Railway to form a new company.
  604. *Date according to old lunar calendar
  605. *Date according to old lunar calendar until 1872
  606. *Date: indicated in old calendar until December 31, 1872
  607. *Date=Lunar calendar
  608. *Dates = according to the lunar calendar until December 2, 1872
  609. *Dates are all based on the lunar calendar
  610. *Dates are based on the lunar calendar
  611. *Dates are based on the lunar calendar up to 1871.
  612. *Dates are based on the old lunar calendar.
  613. *Dates are in the old calendar.
  614. *Dates are under the old lunisolar calendar.
  615. *Dates=Lunar Calendar
  616. *Dating system=old lunar calendar
  617. *Effects of the hot spring are not guaranteed.
  618. *Even if you produce Doburoku at home for personal consumption, you may be punished under the Liquor Tax Act.
  619. *Families not listed in the Suharaya version.
  620. *Fifty-six branch temples are placed as a base for missionary work (聞信・宣布) in each domestic and overseas parish other than the above organizations.
  621. *Formerly in Hokkaido Railway Company (JR Hokkaido) the C62-type (C62 3) had been operated as the 'C62 Niseko-go,' but was abolished in 1995 no longer in operation.
  622. *From now on, the dates will be written according to Japan's last lunar calendar (Tenporeki; in use from 1844 to 1872).
  623. *Girls: before the secondary sex characteristics; Young women: unmarried women after the secondary sex characteristics; Married women: possibly include unmarried women aged 18 or older
  624. *He is sometimes called by his common name, 'Yoshisuke AIKAWA', but his real name is Yoshisuke AYUKAWA.
  625. *Held in Shirakawago, which is famous as a World Heritage site.
  626. *Ienari was the only samurai who successively held the posts of Naidaijin (Minister of the Center), Udaijin (Minister of the Right), Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) and Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister) since TAIRA no Kiyomori.
  627. *In 1331 he wrote "Kuden-sho," expressed 'Ketimyaku (Lineage Through Blood, 血脈"), which is kept among three generations, and insisted on succeeding the light of Buddhism.
  628. *In 1350 he was reconciled with Kakunyo.
  629. *In 1872 the solar calendar was introduced, and the day following December 31, 1872, (January 1, 1873) was decided as January 1, Meiji 6. (The No. 337 proclamation of the Grand Council of State in Meiji 5)
  630. *In the temple, 'Yakushi Sanzon,' these statues, have been renamed 'Miroku Sanzon' as of 2003.
  631. *It is prohibited to give it to others or sell them for drinking outside their premises.
  632. *It was originally born in the culture of eastern Japan, and kashiwamochi appeared during the time from the Tokugawa ninth Shogun, Ieshige TOKUGAWA to the tenth Shogun, Ieharu TOKUGAWA.
  633. *Japan's old lunisolar calendar is used for the dates shown below.
  634. *Joint translation with Takeji MIKI
  635. *Kuniburi-no-utamai dance and Utaimono may be generically called ancient songs.
  636. *Michinao TSUCHIYA, who was his neighbor during the time of raid of Kira Residence by Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of Ako Domain), was the grandson of Masanao's uncle, Toshinao TSUCHIYA.
  637. *Moreover, in accordance with Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA's wish, Shokoku-ji Temple was changed to the first grade and Tenryu-ji Temple was changed to the second grade on April 27, 1401, but after Yoshimitsu's death they were reverted back to the former grades on April 11, 1410.
  638. *Note that some manufacturers add the following items:
  639. *Originally designated "Wooden Seated Statue of Shotoku Taishi"
  640. *Please note: the following paragraphs (variety/style of riding grounds, costumes) differ slightly depending on the region/style and are noted for reference only.
  641. *Regarding Ise-Jingu territory, it is mentioned in some documents such as Jingu miscellany and Okami (God) miscellany.
  642. *Regarding these Kasuri, about two to three million rolls were yearly manufactured at the peak, and any of Kasuri mentioned above is manufactured in small quantity today.
  643. *Right before the end of World War II, an escort carrier of the American Pacific Fleet, unaware of the significant threat typhoons represented, went straight into an area suffering a typhoon.
  644. *Rinin - a facility belonging to Minbu-sho
  645. *See also Hina Matsuri (Doll Festival), Kyokusui no en, and historic pageants
  646. *See also Jidai Gyoretsu.
  647. *See each article as to Setsubun (the day before the beginning of spring), Hinamatsuri (Doll Festival), Kanbutsue (the Buddha's birthday festival), Oeshiki (a Buddhist memorial service), and Tekomai.
  648. *Sozo Bijyutsu later became the Nihonga Division of Shinseisaku Association, and reorganized as Sogakai.
  649. *Strictly speaking, the Imperial succession order was as follows; Imperial Prince Kuniie=>Imperial Prince Sadayoshi=>Imperial Prince Sadanaru=>Imperial Prince Kuniie (re-succession)=>Imperial Prince Sadanaru (re-succession)=>Prince Hiroyasu
  650. *Substituted by nigori-zake (cloudy sake)
  651. *The Chinese-style posthumous names after volume 3 were not seen at the time of the establishment of "Nihonshoki," so that they are guessed to be added by another person later.
  652. *The Dating system used=old lunar calendar
  653. *The Time Table used was referenced from the biography written by his son.
  654. *The boldface shows Bugaku music.
  655. *The copyright of the lyrics has already expired.
  656. *The dates = old lunar calendar.
  657. *The dates shown are according to the old lunar calendar.
  658. *The description of this section is based on the documents including "Nihonshoki" (For the reliability of Nihonshoki, see the description about the reliability of Nihonshoki).
  659. *The following bus lines have been greatly changed.
  660. *The kudzu vines grown in Japan, Taiwan and China each represent a separate species, botanically.
  661. *The old lunar calendar is used.
  662. *The original text is introduced in detail on the internet through the digital archive system of the university library.
  663. *The starting points of the underground sections are situated between Tofukuji and Shichijo, and in the vicinity of Ichinohashinomoto-cho, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City.
  664. *The words put in parenthesis above are the nicknames of each car.
  665. *The works considered to be authentic are listed.
  666. *This was an example of a Shosho (Provisional Minor Captain) being appointed Kurodo no to.
  667. *Until 1872 the dates noted use the lunar calendar.
  668. *With respect to the local governments that became defunct as a result of the great Heisei merger, the names of former local governments are also listed.
  669. *date=lunar calendar
  670. *in 1321 he turned Otani Mausoleum into a temple, which became 'Hongwan-ji Temple.'
  671. *refers to dates written in the old lunar calendar
  672. - "Aizu Tajima Gion Festival" (another name: Doburoku Festival), which is one of the three major Gion Festivals in Japan
  673. - "Boshi" (Mother and Child) (exhibited at the 46th Japan Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition) won the 18th Japan Art Academy Award.
  674. - "Chronicles of Japan", Takashi TANAKA, Kojiro NAOKI
  675. - "Gratis service for Children" run on an initial trial basis during school holidays.
  676. - "Kaiseki-ki" (The Story of Ako Roshi), "Goseki-kenbunki" (A Record of the Personal Experiences of Goseki) and "Gijin-iso" (The Posthumous Papers of Righteous Men).
  677. - "Kammuryojukyosho," 'Kangyogengibun the first volume' written by Shandao ("Taisho Shinshu Daizo-kyo Sutra" the thirty-seventh volume P246.)
  678. - "Rafu" (Female Nude) (exhibited at the 39th Japan Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition) was awarded an Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts in art area.
  679. - "Shojo" (Girl) (exhibited at the 41st Japan Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition) received the 8th Mainichi Art Award.
  680. - "The Lotus Sutra," the third volume 'Kejoyuhon number seven' translated by Kumaraju ("Taisho Shinshu Daizo-kyo Sutra" the ninth volume p24.)
  681. - 'Feeling chagrined at the successive loss of the battles, Masamune couldn't help but attack both the Fukushima-jo Castle and the Yanagawa-jo Castle and sent the troops from Shiraishi again on April 16, 1601 although he was repeatedly ordered to stop the battle.
  682. - 'Haimyo (also known as Haimei)' (the term originally refers to a pen name as a haiku poet, but it also refers to a kabuki actor's offstage name which can be used officially and privately): Baijaku NAKAMURA
  683. - (led by Major General Goro MIURA)
  684. - (years of birth and death unknown)
  685. - - 100 cm x 81 cm (twice each of the height and the width of the original picture)
  686. - - 1430 cm x 1309 cm (almost the same as that of the original picture)
  687. - - 205 cm x 305 cm (almost the same as that of the original picture)
  688. - - 35 cm x 1200 cm (twice the height and the width of the original picture)
  689. - - 432 cm x 886 cm (almost the same as that of the original picture)
  690. - - 92 cm x 73 cm (twice the height and the width of the original picture)
  691. - - Santa Maria Delle Grazie
  692. - 1000th anniversary of Kobo-daishi's death.
  693. - 13 articles
  694. - 14 areas are registered as World Heritage sites.
  695. - 15,579 square meters
  696. - 16,852.5 square meters (the first hall: 9,393.1 square meters, the second hall: 4,117.8 square meters, the conference hall: 3,341.6 square meters)
  697. - 19 articles
  698. - 200 cm x 1275 cm (almost the same as that of the original picture)
  699. - 3rd brigade
  700. - 3rd brigade (headquarters in Kokubu)
  701. - 4th brigade
  702. - 4th brigade (headquarters in Shikine)
  703. - 7,779.1 square meters
  704. - A chronological history sponsored by the Edo shogunate and compiled by the Hayashi family.
  705. - A fukusa which is smaller than a normal fukusa.
  706. - A god born from the nose of Izanagi.
  707. - A god born from the right eye of Izanagi (Some say it is a goddess).
  708. - A goddess born from the left eye of Izanagi.
  709. - A great-great-grandson, a statesman of Kokumin-shinto Party
  710. - A great-great-great-grandchild, an actor
  711. - A great-great-great-grandchild, an actress
  712. - A history book about the Kamakura shogunate written in diary form and organized chronologically.
  713. - A history written in the form of annals and biographies and compiled in Mito domain.
  714. - A man from Tokara came with his wife Lady Shae.
  715. - A molehill means a pile of dirt created when a mole comes out of ground being a sign of biological activities of that creature.
  716. - A painting attributed to Toba sojo (a high Buddhist priest).
  717. - A painting attributed to Zeduan ZHANG.
  718. - A palace where Toyotamahiko lived.
  719. - A reinforced concrete structure, with steel frames used partially
  720. - A series of publications of nishiki-e for articles of "Tokyo Nichinichi Newspaper"
  721. - A silk furoshiki with kamebusa and a black-lacquered tray.
  722. - A temple of Shinshu sect Bukko-ji temple located in Nakasho, Otsu City.
  723. - A two-storey gate with five bays and three entrances.
  724. - A wallet-like fukusa, as below.
  725. - A work of history which claims in the preface to have preceded "Nihon Shoki" in date of composition.
  726. - A work of national history created on the orders of Emperor Toba and designed as a successor to Rikkokushi.
  727. - A zori mound is a pile of old straw sandals worn by people, cattle and horses (as there were no horseshoes prior to the Meiji era) to make fertilizer for secondary use of straw.
  728. - ABE no Hirafu made an expedition to Ezo.
  729. - About 200 Ezo people brought tributes.
  730. - About five minutes by car from Muikamiachi station
  731. - About ten minutes by car from the Muikamachi interchange
  732. - Active as a legal scholar
  733. - Active in agricultural chemistry
  734. - Active in architecture
  735. - Active in civil law
  736. - Active in education
  737. - Active in education in various fields
  738. - Active in erosion and sediment control management for rivers
  739. - Active in law; translated Old Testament into Japanese
  740. - Active in linguistic education: authored "Kwaidan" (Ghost Stories)
  741. - Active in linguistic education: translated "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) into English
  742. - Active in medicine
  743. - Active in mining technology, and served as the chief mining engineer for Imperial Japan at Ikuno Silver Mine; he also surveyed various mine sites in Japan
  744. - Active in painting, and at the School of Arts and Technology
  745. - Active in philosophy
  746. - Active in physics
  747. - Active in river maintenance; the father of the print-maker Maurits Cornelis ESCHER
  748. - Active in women's education
  749. - Adding sugar and mirin to heated soy sauce.
  750. - After he finished New Year's Greetings, he went to Ogori no Miya Palace.
  751. - All the trains were unified to arrive at and depart from Tsuruga station.
  752. - Also called bakegaku in order to distinguish it from 科学 (kagaku or science).
  753. - Also called koburoshiki (a small furoshiki) or tefukusa.
  754. - Also referred to as 'Kangyosho Jozengi.'
  755. - Although usually things (tools or creatures) live out a natural life, some things become tsukumogami (divine spirit) and live for a very long time or are used for a very long time, becoming celestial and possessing a deity within itself.
  756. - Among the five who survived the shipwreck of the envoy to Tang (TAKADA no Nemaro), he commended MONBU Kin who built a raft and sought help, raising his rank and offering a stipend.
  757. - An anthill is a tower-shape mound made by termites using their bodily fluid, earth and plants for their nest.
  758. - An envoy from Goguryeo of approximately 100 people led by Gaesomun arrived at Chikushi.
  759. - An okuribi (fire for sending off souls of ancestors) event performed at Mt. Takamado located in Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
  760. - An okuribi event performed at Hakone-cho, Ashigarashimo County, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  761. - An okuribi event performed at Ichinomiya-cho, Fuefuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture.
  762. - An okuribi event performed at Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
  763. - An okuribi event performed at Mt. Himegami (406.1m) located in Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  764. - An okuribi event performed at Shimanto City, Kochi Prefecture.
  765. - Anchovies are mainly used to make shirasuboshi, niboshi, mezashi and gomame (dried anchovies).
  766. - Anchovies are mainly used.
  767. - Antique Gallery London (A British antiques gallery)
  768. - Antique Nishikawa (An antiques and folk crafts shop)
  769. - Aonogo station opened.
  770. - Appointed the Empress of Emperor Jomei.
  771. - April 29, 1960
  772. - Aroma of nori and the like is added, and it is fun to find a suitable flavor.
  773. - Arranged the current version of 'Kimigayo' (Japan's national anthem; one theory holds that he also composed it)
  774. - Arrived in Na no Otsu and stayed in Iwase no Karimiya Palace.
  775. - Art museum
  776. - As his dates are unknown, he is sometimes excluded from the family tree.
  777. - As the general manager of the Imperial Hotel, he provided instruction in the basics of hotel management in the western European style
  778. - Associate Shikoku sacred places was named new Shikoku sacred places of Chita.
  779. - Assumed the throne a second time at Itabuki no miya Imperial residence.
  780. - Assumed the throne.
  781. - Ate a vegetarian meal with ten preceptors.
  782. - Attached by Silla and Tang, Baekje went to ruin.
  783. - Attempted to build a palace in Oharida, but aborted.
  784. - Avocational and Promotional Description
  785. - Awa zenzai is made by pouring the thick strained bean paste over mochi made of millet.
  786. - Awarded the 4th Shoen UEMURA Prize for works including the "Portrait of Mrs. O."
  787. - Ayu no Mise, Kimura (A sweetfish restaurant and shop)
  788. - Azumi no Hirafu returned to Japan with Baekje's envoy for the dead.
  789. - Baekje and Silla sent envoys to bring tributes and gifts.
  790. - Banned the tradition of following one's master to the grave in express terms and clearly stipulated the Matsugo yoshi no kin (ban on adopting a son on one's deathbed).
  791. - Bean paste made from coarsely mashed beans is used.
  792. - Being well known as the remains of ancient times, shell mounds literally are piles of food waste consisting chiefly of shells, which are seen in coastal areas throughout the world.
  793. - Biology: discovered the Omori Shell Mounds
  794. - Bokuretsu Incident (aka. Bokuretsu, Fumiko KANEKO Incident)
  795. - Born in Inuyama uomachi, Niwa County, as the second son of a feudal retainer of Owari Inuyama Domain, Tokuemon ISHIDA.
  796. - Botargo is cured mullet roe
  797. - Built Japan's Staff Headquarters as well as the Yushukan (Yasukuni-jinja Shrine's military and war museum)
  798. - Built Mt. Sumeru at the riverside to the east of Amakashi no oka Hill and entertained the Ezo people in Mutsu and Koshi Provinces.
  799. - Built Nagasaki Shipyard and Nagasaki Iron Mill
  800. - Built Shinbashi Station and the Tsukiji Hotel
  801. - Built lighthouses in various places; worked to improve roads in Yokohama
  802. - Built several buildings, including the audience chamber at the Imperial Palace and the school buildings of the Imperial College of Engineering
  803. - Built sewer networks in various places all over Japan, notably Yokohama
  804. - Built the Ikuno Silver Mine as well as the residence of Tsugumichi SAIGO
  805. - Built the railway between Kyoto and Kobe, and served as the successor to E. Morel
  806. - Built the railway between Shinbashi and Yokohama, and served as the first head engineer of railway and telegraph construction
  807. - Bunpuku Chaya (A Japanese traditional sweets shop)
  808. - Cafe Kano Shojuan (A western- and Japanese-style confectionery shop)
  809. - Cafe P.ACT (A cafe)
  810. - Cafe-Restaurant Yoya (Cafe and restaurant serving western-style meal)
  811. - Cartilage inside upper jaw bone
  812. - Ceremony
  813. - Chichibu no Miya
  814. - Chima, the envoy bringing tributes from Silla, arrived at Tsukushi Province in Tang costume ? the change was condemned and he was driven back.
  815. - Clitoris
  816. - Commander: Gunpei FUCHIBE
  817. - Commander: Jurota HENMI
  818. - Commander: Moritaka NAKAYAMA
  819. - Commander: Nagayoshi SAGARA
  820. - Commander: Oshisuke NOMURA
  821. - Commander: Shosuke HIRANO
  822. - Commander: Shuichiro KONO
  823. - Commander: Sogoro ATA
  824. - Commander: Takehiko NAKAJIMA
  825. - Commander: Yohachiro HORI
  826. - Commentary of martial art, commentary of hogi, story of excellent men, story of dutiful children, story of chaste and strong-minded women, story of high ranking monks
  827. - Commissioned the erection of Kudara-daiji Temple and the building of ships.
  828. - Commissioned the palace to be built.
  829. - Compiled by Xianji ZHEN of the Yuan (dynasty).
  830. - Conducted a wide range of research on the architecture of the medieval period, including private houses, etc.
  831. - Conducted comparative studies on Japanese architecture of the Asuka period and Chinese architecture of the Sui Dynasty.
  832. - Conducted exhaustive research on the details of shrine and temple architecture.
  833. - Conducted nationwide surveys on antique architecture that centered around Nara and Kyoto, and contributed to the preservation of cultural properties.
  834. - Conducted research on shrine architecture, and particularly advocated the style of 'Shin-no-mihashira' (the pillars of the main sanctuary [honden]) of the Grand Shrines of Ise and the Great Shrine at Izumo.
  835. - Conducted restoration studies on the architecture of lost temples including Shitenno-ji Temple.
  836. - Contains vitamin A and supplements nutrition by adding about 10 g corresponding to a spoonful.
  837. - County system
  838. - Created the Ginza renga-gai (brick-laid streets of Ginza)
  839. - Crossing - (Marutamachi-dori Street)
  840. - Designed by Jinbee YAGI and built in 1904.
  841. - Designed by Magoichi NOGUCHI and built in 1904.
  842. - Detached 1st brigade
  843. - Detached 1st brigade (headquarters in Takakuma)
  844. - Detached 1st brigade (led by Major General Tomonosuke TAKASHIMA)
  845. - Detached 2nd brigade
  846. - Detached 2nd brigade (led by Major General Akiyoshi YAMADA)
  847. - Detached 3rd brigade
  848. - Detached 3rd brigade (led by Major General Toshiyoshi KAWAJI)
  849. - Detached 3rd brigade (whose members were mostly those of the Keishi-tai troop)
  850. - Detached 4th brigade
  851. - Detached 4th brigade (led by Major General Iwao OYAMA)
  852. - Detached 5th brigade
  853. - Directed the printing of banknotes and stamps, and painted portraits of the Emperor Meiji and Takamori SAIGO
  854. - Discovered Fossa Magna and Elephas namadicus
  855. - Dogu zuka (grave for tool) is a mound erected to bury old worn tools used in daily life and tools used in various professions in appreciation of their many years of service as well as to pray for improving skills in one's work.
  856. - Dozuka is a burial place of headless bodies of persons perished in the battle field or killed in action.
  857. - Drafted by the order of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  858. - Dress code system, system of temples and shrines
  859. - Dried cod found in Portugal.
  860. - Dried mullet found in the Republic of Senegal.
  861. - Educational system, the record of castle and garden, Penal Code
  862. - Emperor Jomei passed away.
  863. - Emperor Kotoku assumed the throne.
  864. - Emperor Kotoku passed away.
  865. - Entertained the Tokara people at the end of the year.
  866. - Envoys from Goguryeo and Silla brought tributes.
  867. - Envoys from Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla brought tributes.
  868. - Esophagus
  869. - Especially those with high aroma of Yuzu citron are used instead of soy sauce.
  870. - Established.
  871. - Even a small amount contains calcium and various minerals.
  872. - Every November, Korea Post releases nengajo (greeting card and postcard).
  873. - Expel impurities + Hate.
  874. - Financial affairs, military system
  875. - Five companies led by Shuichiro KONO and the Nobeoka-tai troop (approx 750 soldiers)
  876. - Five companies led by Takehiko NAKAJIMA and Fukushima-tai troop
  877. - Formerly, he was Chojuro KAWARASAKI (I).
  878. - Formerly, he was Chojuro KAWARASAKI (II).
  879. - Fourth brigade (led by Major General Sukenori SOGA)
  880. - Fukushin KISHITSU sent Kichi with about 100 Tang slaves as tribute, asking for reinforcements and the return of Prince Buyeo Pung.
  881. - Fukushin of Kudara sent an envoy to ask for the return of Prince Kuge.
  882. - Furuhito no Oe no Miko tried to rise in revolt.
  883. - Gaesomun and his entourage returned to Japan.
  884. - Gaesomun and others arrived at Naniwa-no-murotsumi (Naniwa Lodge).
  885. - Ganjiro, Senjaku and Raizo ICHIKAWA
  886. - Gave the imperial edict to a crowd of her subjects, had the Urabon-kyo Sutra preached to them by a temple within the capital and made them give offerings to seven generations of ancestors.
  887. - Georges SEURAT
  888. - Gion Steak House (A grilled meat restaurant)
  889. - Glass Gallery Manne (A glass gallery shop)
  890. - Gobelin Gallery, Rococo (A Gobelin tapestry gallery)
  891. - Goguryeo sent an envoy of 81 people, led by Commander-in-Chief Tatsusa and Vice Commander Irino in order to advanced their survey.
  892. - Gosho ningyo (palace dolls)
  893. - Green, indigo blue, gray
  894. - Gum portion
  895. - Gyoki, an expelled member of the royal family from Baekje, came to Japan accompanied by attendants.
  896. - Had a statue of Mt Sumeru built to the west of Asuka-dera Temple, and held a Urabon-e festival (Festival of the Dead).
  897. - Hakuseki ARAI
  898. - Haus Rattenberg (A shop where sells glasswares decorated with engraving)
  899. - He abolished Shinabe (technicians in offices) and old positions and re-established all official positions, and issued the policy to ordain official court ranks.
  900. - He abolished the use of old court caps.
  901. - He appointed Kokushi (provincial governors) in Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region) and so on, and ordered them to create koseki (household registers) and survey fields.
  902. - He appointed Kose no Tokuta sadaijin (Minister of the left) and Otomo no Nagatoko udaijin (minister of the right).
  903. - He called the monks and nuns of his empire to the imperial palace, entertained them, generously gave alms and burned a fire.
  904. - He called the priest Eon to the Imperial Palace, ordered him to give a lecture on the Sutra of Immeasurable Life, appointed shamon (priest) Eshi to debate with him and 1000 shamon to be the audience.
  905. - He came from Yamazaki in Echizen Province.
  906. - He declared Kaishin no Mikotonori (the Imperial Reform Edict).
  907. - He established the family registration system of ancient times.
  908. - He finished a lecture.
  909. - He finished allotting farmland.
  910. - He forbade the rental of land.
  911. - He gave murasaki no kouburi (purple cap) to NAKATOMI no Kamatari and raised his stipend.
  912. - He gave things to people who had had their family tombs destroyed or had been made to relocate to make room for the new palace, and had ARATAI no Hirabu put up a sign marking the boundary of the palace.
  913. - He held a ceremony to see the white Japanese pheasant, granted amnesty and changed the name of the era to Hakuchi (white pheasant), forbade the release of hawks in Anato Province and exempted Anato Province from giving tributes for three years.
  914. - He imposed nusa (symbols of divinity made of cloth or paper and hung on a pole) for gods on Owari Province and Mino Province.
  915. - He is the eldest son of the founder of the lineage.
  916. - He issued a decree to the Choshushi (clerks conveying public documents under the "Ritsuryo" system) to condemn and admonish the misadministration of the Kokushi.
  917. - He issued an admonition to the Kokushi in Togoku.
  918. - He issued the order to give choyo (taxes in tribute and labor under the ritsuryo system) to imperial princes, a large number of his subjects and peasants.
  919. - He later became Kanbe FUJIMA III.
  920. - He married his empress and two other wives.
  921. - He moved from Ogori to a new palace and named it Naniwa Nagara Toyosaki no Miya Palace (there is an article dated December 9, 645 with the same subject).
  922. - He passed away.
  923. - He promised the support for Buddhism and selected ten Buddhist priests including Somin as the ten preceptors.
  924. - He received the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon.
  925. - He returned from Koshiro no karimiya.
  926. - He returned to Naniwa no Miya.
  927. - He sent MIWA no Shikofu and KAMORI no Tsunumaro to Silla.
  928. - He sent TAKAMUKO no Kuromaro to Silla and made them stop the survey of Mimana.
  929. - He sent an envoy to Tang (China).
  930. - He sent envoys to control weapons in various provinces.
  931. - He sent trainee monks to the Three Kingdoms of Korea.
  932. - He set up a box to receive letters from his subjects.
  933. - He stipulated the institution of tombing for vassals and common people and forbade martyrdom.
  934. - He transferred the capital to Naniwa Nagara Toyosaki.
  935. - He visited the room where Minhoshi was lying ill and directly offered kind words (also in July, 654).
  936. - He was Jakuemon NAKAMURA II.
  937. - He was Jakuemon NAKAMURA III.
  938. - He was a nephew of the wife of Gonnosuke KAWARASAKI (VI).
  939. - He was an adopted son of Gonnosuke KAWARASAKI (V).
  940. - He was buried in Shinagaryo in Osaka.
  941. - He was involved with the Tomioka Silk Mill from its construction to the introduction of modern yarn-making technology, serving as the mill's chief (in other words, the one in charge of the mill)
  942. - He was the adopted son of Jakuemon NAKAMURA II.
  943. - He was the eldest son of Baiko ONOE (VI).
  944. - He was the eldest son of Eizaburo ONOE (VII).
  945. - He was the eldest son of Kanzaburo NAKAMURA XVIII.
  946. - He was the eldest son of Shoroku ONOE II.
  947. - He was the eldest son of the family founder Kankuro NAKAMURA.
  948. - He was the second son of Jakuemon NAKAMURA IV.
  949. - He was the second son of Tokizo NAKAMURA III.
  950. - He was the son of Jakuemon NAKAMURA III.
  951. - He went to Ajifu no Miya Palace to perform the New Year's Greetings and returned home within the day.
  952. - He went to Arima-Onsen Hot Spring.
  953. - He went to Koshiro no karimiya (a temporary palace).
  954. - He went to Muko no Karimiya (a temporary palace).
  955. - Headquarters of the Satsuma army
  956. - Hearing of the Emperor's illness, the crown prince led the Founder of the Imperial Family, the empress, his younger brother and court nobles to Naniwa no Miya Palace.
  957. - Heating a small amount of soy sauce and adding sugar and mirin to it, then blending it with unheated soy sauce.
  958. - Heating sugar and mirin to make starch syrup, and blending it with unheated soy sauce.
  959. - Herring roe
  960. - Hideki YOSHIMOTO (from November 2006)
  961. - Hidetada TOKUGAWA
  962. - Higashi-Mihama station, Kiyama station and Fujii station opened.
  963. - Higashi-Obama station opened.
  964. - Himeji-jo Castle, Hikone-jo Castle, Matsumoto-jo Castle, Inuyama-jo Castle, etc.
  965. - Hiroshige UTAMARO reportedly drew the view of the post-station from this point
  966. - Hitachi no suke and Sanuki no (kuni no) suke
  967. - Hocho-zuka was erected to bury old worn knives to express appreciation for many years of service and to pray for improving skills in using knives for cooking.
  968. - Hokke zuka is also referred to as Hokke-kyo zuka that is a mound in which Nichiren shonin (the Venerable Nichiren) buried a copy of the Lotus Sutra that he transcribed thinking of Kamakura and his birthplace Awa Province and praying for peace and propagation of Buddhism during his exile in Izu Province.
  969. - Hokkoku Gama (The Mizukuki-yaki [Mizukuki ware] ceramic art classes)
  970. - Honoikazuchi no Kami (the god of fire-causing thunder)・Oikazuchi no kami・Wakeikazuchi no kami, etc.
  971. - Ichizawa Hanpu Co., Ltd. filed a trademark application (registered on October 8).
  972. - Ichizawa Hanpu Co., Ltd. was established.
  973. - Iemitsu TOKUGAWA
  974. - Ienobu TOKUGAWA
  975. - Ietsuna TOKUGAWA
  976. - In 1668, he became the proprietor of the Kawarasaki troupe.
  977. - In 1684, Basho MATSUO wrote a poem that reads, 'The sound of watayumi bow beating cotton is beautiful like that of Japanese lute buoying my spirit' at Takenouchi, Katsuragi City that was associated with one of his pupils Senri.
  978. - In Europe, the United States and countries of South America, it's common to exchange Christmas cards before Christmas, and they include New Year's greetings.
  979. - In Japan, thornhead are referred to as kinki, kichiji, or menme.
  980. - In March, he completed a selection of 88 fudasho (temples where amulets are collected).
  981. - In Tetsudo Fusetsu Ho (Railroad Construction Law), 'the railway running from Maizuru through Obama, Fukui prefecture to Tsuruga' was added.
  982. - In ancient times, there was a custom of sending a "name card" (a simple letter of New Year's greeting) among upper-class shitaifu (scholar-bureaucrats).
  983. - In electronic media displays including computers, etc, characters are not shown correctly but turn into garbled characters and symbols.
  984. - In general the tokonoma wall is finished by a plasterer.
  985. - In short, tamago kake gohan under unadon (a bowl of rice topped with eel) using sauce for grilled eel instead of soy sauce.
  986. - In some regions, there are restrictions on the color of beads and/or tassels.
  987. - In the past, when an epidemic broke out, people used to move to another place after burning their houses and belongings.
  988. - In the previous life, it made offers to people keeping precepts with the unreasonable mind and preserved trees for its own benefit, so it died, resulting in a fall into Ashura-do, Asura realm.
  989. - In the previous life, it stole others' belongings, followed the heretical doctrine of selflessness without a sense of injustice and was satisfied with eating and drinking, so it died, resulting in a fall into Ashura-do, Asura realm.
  990. - Including Nigatsu-do Hall of Todai-ji Temple
  991. - Including Nikko Toshogu
  992. - Instruments: Fortunately, the actual instruments presented to the Owari Tokugawa Family (Tokugawa Art Gallery, Nagoya City) and the Mito Tokugawa family (Mito City, Ibaraki Prefecture) during 'Edo nobori (missions to Edo)' exist to this day.
  993. - Introduced western music into Japan, and served as the instructor at the Ongaku Torishirabegakari (Institute of Music)
  994. - Involved in the planning of the Asaka Canal and the project of Nobiru chikuko (Industrial development policy and the construction of Nobiru harbor)
  995. - Involved with the Tone Canal and Hiroshima Bay projects
  996. - It followed the Tenna rei.
  997. - It is a cross piece located at the upper part of the tokonoma, and it holds the wall between the kamoi (door header) and the ceiling.
  998. - It is an ancient Japanese fast food consisting of a wafer shell filled with powder of strained bean paste and arare (cubic rice crackers).
  999. - It is made in some regions including Macau and Guangdong, China.
  1000. - It is marbled meat at base of tail fin, and is considered the highest class portion today.

430001 ~ 431000

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