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  1. Bakin clearly stated that what he intended to create was not a story of warriors who might have existed but a fantasy novel (historical fiction) based on their names.
  2. Bakin made up 'seven rules of historical novels' as his creative technique and added them to "Hakkenden" as an additional remark.
  3. Bakin spent last half of his life, from 48 to 75, writing this story.
  4. Bakin was familiar with Chinese novels, while Tanehiko was a master of the Japanese classics.
  5. Bakin's 'Inbi' (hidden nuances)
  6. Baking
  7. Baking soda
  8. Bakuchi Misaki Cape
  9. Bakuchi Misaki Cape is east of the mouth of the bay; Kanagamisaki Cape is west of it.
  10. Bakuchi Misaki Cape lies at 35?33'6'' north latitude and 135?20'34'' east longitude.
  11. Bakuchi Misaki Cape lies in the northwest edge of the Oura Peninsula and is located to the east of the mouth of the Maizuru Bay.
  12. Bakufu
  13. Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) organized the sect, including the qualifications to join the sect to be a Komuso and the costumes to wear.
  14. Bakufu Side
  15. Bakufu Tenmonkata (officers in charge of astronomy) started translating maps of the world, and published "Shintei Bankokuzenzu" (A revised World Map) in 1810.
  16. Bakufu Yogaku such as Western gunnery of Shuhan TAKASHIMA, Nirayama Reverberatory furnace of Hidetatsu (Tarozaemon) EGAWA, and Kaigun Denshu-sho (The Nagasaki Naval Training Center) of Kaishu KATSU were highly practical for military purposes.
  17. Bakufu also purged Tokimune's older brother by a concubine, Tokisuke HOJO, and others, in order to strengthen its leadership through Nigatsu-sodo (February rebellion) just after the death of the retired Emperor Gosaga, and in addition, ordered various provinces to guard against foreign attacks and held prayer services for the surrender of foreign enemies.
  18. Bakufu and domains officially prohibited human trafficking but in fact overlooked the existence of fudai genin since they wanted to give priority to stabilization of land tax collection caused by stability of farm management.
  19. Bakufu asked Saneuji SAIONJI, who was kanto moshitsugi (court-appointed liaison with bakufu), to deliver the letter from the Mongol Empire to the Imperial Court, and led the court to the decision to ignore it.
  20. Bakufu could not ignore the Imperial Court's request for the expulsion of foreigners, and superficially it ordered various clans to conduct the above.
  21. Bakufu daikan (local governor)
  22. Bakufu decided that all 47 roshi should commit seppuku, and Araki was dispatched to Tsunatoshi HOSOKAWA?tei Residence (the place where Kuranosuke OISHI was kept) on March 20, 1703 to hold an inquest on Yoshio OISHI and others by a curious turn of fate.
  23. Bakufu forces again pitched a camp at Budaigawara and started a decisive battle with Nitta forces (Budaigawara War (Kamakura period)).
  24. Bakufu further ordered in 1666 to submit a written oath admitting that not only land tax/temple estate but also drinking water and roads were offerings by Kokushu, but Nikko refused again.
  25. Bakufu issued a tokuseirei (debt cancellation order) to save the vassals from debt, but their frustration was not completely relieved.
  26. Bakufu issued an order to track down and kill Tenguto, and ordered domains in Hitachi and Shimotsuke Province to dispatch troops.
  27. Bakufu kaigun (navy)
  28. Bakufu kaigun (navy) was a navy with western-style armaments which was organized by Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to accomplish battles at sea as a mission.
  29. Bakufu ordered Norizane to make a come back as Kanto Kanrei for order restoration in Kanto region, however Norizane turned down this and made their children, except his second son, Fusaaki UESUGI, become priests.
  30. Bakufu ordered Norizane to return to the political world, and Norizane went into the war unavoidably.
  31. Bakufu ordered to distribute without distruption only with no effect, and minting currency stopped on New Years Day of 1709 with the end of distribution as well.
  32. Bakufu proclaimed in March 1720 that genroku-gin and four types of hoei-gin were stopped to be distributed by the end of 1721, but it was postponed to April, 1722 and actually it was stopped at the end of 1722.
  33. Bakufu refers to the government office of military rule or samurai government itself; however, there are some exceptions, such as, the Taira clan government and the Shokuho government (the government of Nobunaga ODA and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI. "Shoku" and "ho" are the initial letters of Oda and Toyotomi).
  34. Bakufu refused to simply wait with its arms folded but instead sent the younger brother of the eighth shogun, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, Masatomo ASHIKAGA, to Kanto (Horikoshi-kubo (堀越公方)).
  35. Bakufu rikugun (bakufu [Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun] army)
  36. Bakufu rikugun experienced real battles through the Choshu Conquest and Tenguto no Ran (Rebellion of Tenguto).
  37. Bakufu rikugun is a military organization with western-style armaments which was organized by Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in the Edo Period to accomplish battles on land as a mission.
  38. Bakufu sent Takaie NAGOE of Hojo family and his head gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) Takauji ASHIKAGA of Shimotsuke Province to Kyoto, to suppress forces of overthrowing the Shogunate in Saigoku (western part of Japan, especially Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki).
  39. Bakufu started to mean 'the feudal government headed by a shogun' from around the mid-Edo period.
  40. Bakufu's law, especially for crimes and trials
  41. Bakufu's requirement was so strict that the number of jomai sekisen decreased, and then in 1743, the bakufu allowed jomai sekisen to carry general cargo under its license system.
  42. Bakufu-ryo or baku-ryo was sometimes used as a term that includes hatamoto chigyo-chi (territories of hatamoto[direct retainers of the shogunate]) (about 3 million goku).
  43. Bakufu: During the Kamakura and Muromachi period, this meant 'the Shogun's whereabouts.'
  44. Bakufu: Tang name for Konoe Daisho (Imperial guard chief) under the Ritsuryo System.
  45. Bakuhan Taisei ron (a theory on shogunate ruling system)
  46. Bakuhan-taisei (the feudal system characteristic of the shogunate)
  47. Bakuhan-taisei (the feudal system of shogunate in Japan) was dissolved by Taisei Hokan (the transfer of power back to the Imperial court) and Osei Fukko (the restoration of imperial rule in Japan).
  48. Bakuhansei Kokka ron (a theory on the nation of feudal shogunate system)
  49. Bakuhansei Kozo ron (a theory of structure of shogunate system)
  50. Bakuhatsu Ochi
  51. Bakumatsu
  52. Bakumatsu, one of the Japanese periodization, refers to the final years of the Edo period when the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) ruling a county came to an end.
  53. Bakurai
  54. Bakuro-cho, Kamigyo-ku Ward (in the precinct of Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine)
  55. Bakusen TSUCHIDA, "Asagao" (朝顔) (Morning Glory) 1929, "Hira Yuka" (平牀) (Flat Bed) 1933
  56. Bakusen TSUCHIDA: "Maiko Rinsen" (A Dancing Girl Named Rinsen)
  57. Bakuya Kofun (Koryo-cho, Kitakatsuragi-gun, Nara Prefecture: there is high probability in this being the burial mound of Oshisaka no Hikohito no Oenomiko, a circle tumulus, 43 meters in diameter)
  58. Balaenoptera borealis and balaenoptera brydei have been eaten since the Edo period, and the meat of these whales can be produced highly efficiently.
  59. Balancing Gozan Okuribi and lighting of the stadium
  60. Baleen called Kujira Bekko Zaiku, which is made into accessories such as 'Hanaosa.'
  61. Balhae
  62. Ball
  63. Ball Game Stadium: a five minute walk from Matsugasaki Station on the Kyoto City Subway Karasuma Line
  64. Ballet
  65. Balls made by Amabe also have 2 leather holes.
  66. Balls made by Kawara-in House are really superior with 2 leather holes.
  67. Balls or coins are stored directly in the sen-ryo-bako or a box full of balls is stored (to prevent balls from spilling out of the box when they are transferred to another box).
  68. Baloons on which wishes are written are released toward the Milky Way at 7:7:7.
  69. Bamboo Valley Hideout (Private Collection) Hanging Scroll ? Important Cultural Property
  70. Bamboo cylinders are placed in eels' habitat, and when eels rest in the cylinder the cylinder is pulled up, thereby catching them.
  71. Bamboo grass and bamboo
  72. Bamboo grass is sometimes called yama.
  73. Bamboo groves are especially beautiful; the setting for "Taketori Monogatari" (The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter) is said to have modeled either Nagaokakyo City or Yawata City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  74. Bamboo leaves are normally used in the Kanto region.
  75. Bamboo scissors
  76. Bamboo scissors are used to pick up and move gold leaf, or to burn together.
  77. Bamboo sheath
  78. Bamboo sheath was generally used to wrap onigiri.
  79. Bamboo shoot harvested in the Hooji area in the eastern part of the city.
  80. Bamboo shoots and seaweed freshly harvested in spring are called 'a perfect match in the early spring,' so they are often used together in nimono or sirumono (soup).
  81. Bamboo shoots and seaweed should be arranged in a bowl, and then the broth should be poured on them and then garnished with kinome (a young leaf of the Japanese pepper tree).
  82. Bamboo shoots boiled beforehand should be cut in bite-sized pieces and simmered with liquid seasoning, made from soup stock, soy sauce, mirin (sweet sake for cooking), sake, sugar, salt, and so on, and then bamboo shoots should be taken out of the pot when it has simmered.
  83. Bamboo stick Senko
  84. Bamboo swords
  85. Bamboo trees on Odoi blocked the view and made it difficult for soldiers to move on the mound.
  86. Bamboo trees were planted on top of Odoi mound.
  87. Bamboo-leaf oak, akagashi (quercus acuta), konara (quercus serrata), Japanese hornbeam, inuside (carpinus tschonoskii) and sakaki tree (cleyera japonica) grow on the banks of Jinno-gawa River and Kawarabi-gawa River at the foot of Mt. Obako-dake.
  88. Ban Dainagon Ekotoba
  89. Ban Dainagon Ekotoba or Tomo no Dainagon Ekotoba is a narrative picture scroll depicting the Otenmon Incident at the end of the Heian period.
  90. Ban Dainagon Ekotoba: housed in the Idemitsu Museum of Arts, a national treasure.
  91. Ban Dainagon Emaki (illustrated scroll of the story of a courtier Ban Dainagon) (in the Insei period)
  92. Ban advocated a Chronicles of Japan falsifying theory in "Hikobae" (Essays on Study of Historical Artefacts), and based on this theory he argued the enthronement theory in "Nagara no Yamakaze," supposing that the first year of Emperor Otomo was established in "Chronicles of Japan" in 714.
  93. Ban also argued that "Kaifuso" was formulated not to disclose the fact of the enthronement.
  94. Ban considered a fact that the tai sui article appeared in the second year of Emperor Tenmu as an evidence of revision.
  95. Ban on martial arts and the resumption of karate
  96. Ban pointed out that this indicates that the year following the Jinshin year was originally designated as the first year of Emperor Tenmu which was concluded with the tai sui article, but the article was left when the first year of Emperor Tenmu was changed to the prior year.
  97. Ban was a lover of Emperor Cheng of the former Han Dynasty.
  98. Ban-cho Sarayashiki (The Dish Mansion in Ban-cho) written by Kido OKAMOTO
  99. Ban-ka, Chinkon-ka
  100. Banabasu, Vanavasin
  101. Banana
  102. Banana fritter.
  103. Banana manju
  104. Banana no Tatakiuri
  105. Banana paste
  106. Banana street stalls sell roasted bananas, banana chips, and fried bananas.
  107. Banana type Myth
  108. Banana type myths are myths regarding the origin of death and the short life span of humans which are found in many countries and regions, mainly in southeast Asia and New Guinea.
  109. Banana-like fragrance
  110. Banana: Yeah, that's enough.
  111. Banba Renge-ji Temple (Maibara City, Shiga Prefecture)
  112. Banbayashi (The Noh musicians perform the whole of the first Noh chant)
  113. Banbutsu ittai no jin' is the concept of considering all things, including man, identical in their origin, thus, all things form one body.
  114. Bancha
  115. Bancha (coarse tea)
  116. Bancha made in Katsuyama City, Fukui Prefecture.
  117. Bancha made in Mimasaka-cho and Sakuto-cho in Aida-gun, Okayama Prefecture.
  118. Bancha made in the Yoshino region of Nara Prefecture since ancient times.
  119. Bancha of Kamairicha
  120. Bancho (also known as Tsugai no osa)
  121. Bancho (low-level executive official)
  122. Bancho Sarayashiki
  123. Bancho refers to both Ushigome-Gomon 内番町 (presently near Idabashi, Chiyoda Ward?) and one bancho to six bancho of present Chiyoda Ward.
  124. Band
  125. Bandai soba (Bandai-machi and Inawashiro-machi)
  126. Bandai soba consists of buckwheat noodles made from the local buckwheat flour and water from natural springs in the western foot of Mt Bandai that has been designated as one of the 100 Best Natural Waters in Japan.
  127. Bandai-ji Kannon-do Temple (dedicated to the Abuto Kannon [Buddhist goddess of Mercy])
  128. Bandainagon Ekotoba (The illustrated handscrolls about Conspiracy of Ote-mon gate): owned by Idemitsu Museum of Arts
  129. Banding together with minor provincial lords, TAKAHATA provoked riots, frequently switched allegiances (from the Japanese Northern Court and the Southern Court), and gradually eroded the control of the provincial governors.
  130. Bando Tsumasaburo Productions
  131. Bando Tsumasaburo Productions and Takada Minoru Productions were forced to disband in December of 1935.
  132. Bando Tsumasaburo Productions, founded in September of 1925 and liquidated in December of 1936, was a film company established in Kyoto and later moved to the Tokyo Bay Area in Chiba.
  133. Bando built the first film studio at 'Uzumasa' at a time when nothing else was there and produced more than 130 films.
  134. Bando cleared the area and Bando Tsumasaburo Productions built the first 'film studio' in Uzumasa.
  135. Bando had to release his second production, "Ijin Musume to Bushi" (The Foreign Girl and the Samurai) as his first film due to a contract with Toa Kinema that was still in effect.
  136. Bando musha were scattered as they could not escape as a large group; eight soldiers (Yoshitomo, his children Yoshihira, Tomonaga and Yoritomo, and his family members MINAMOTO no Shigenari and Yoshinobu HIRAGA, as well as his servants Masakiyo KAMATA and Konomaru) left for Kanto.
  137. Bando struggled with how to perform his role in the talking picture.
  138. Bando was thirty-five years old at the time.
  139. Bando-bushi (an event in the Otani school of the Shinshu Sect)
  140. Bando-bushi is an event taking place at Buddhist memorial services and Hoon-ko (memorial services for Shinran) in the Otani school of the Shinshu Sect.
  141. Bands of traveling entertainers, formed by people such as priest-like dressed Dengaku performers, who would beg for alms playing the hitoyogiri appeared.
  142. Bands or musicians that had played a gig at the Seibu-Kodo Hall had been shifted to indie bands.
  143. Bane-shozoku (a costume including a ho outerwear that has embroideries of bane pictures, a kind of pictures of animals, on it):
  144. Banemon SHIZUGAYA (in fact Gorotsuki [ruffian] Kankuro's disguise): Kankuro, a ruffian of Fukagawa, was a bad friend of Sangoro and helping him in cheating Gengobe out of money.
  145. Banemon asks her reasons for stubbornly refusing, so Inosuke explains that Koman is, in fact, in love with a man called Gengobe, and Koman shows the tattoo on her arm.
  146. Bang!
  147. Bangaku-ji Temple
  148. Bangaku-ji Temple in Takashima City, Shiga Prefecture.
  149. Bangaku-ji Temple is a temple of the Soto sect located in Nakasho, Makino-cho, Takashima City, Shiga Prefecture.
  150. Bangasa (coarse oilpaper umbrella)
  151. Bangashira held a fief of 5,000 koku and was given the shiko-seki (a waiting place, arranged in descending order of rank, to have an audience with shogun).
  152. Bangkok in the Kingdom of Thailand (Kaikyo Sodo Hall)
  153. Bangumi Elementary Schools
  154. Bangumi Shogakko elementary schools, the first schools in Japan administered by the school district system, were opened in the same year.
  155. Bangumi elementary schools refer to the sixty-four elementary schools established by the towns people in Kyoto in 1869, two years after the Meiji Restoration, based on the then extant municipal-level autonomous administrative unit known as the 'bangumi' (a neighborhood unit).
  156. Banichiro YASUHIRO, Director General of Cabinet Legislation Bureau
  157. Banishment
  158. Banishment from Mt. Koya
  159. Banishment of Yoshitsune
  160. Banishment of his father
  161. Banishment of the Shogun
  162. Banjiro or bantejiro (both mean guard castles): A branch castle without its own lord, directly controlled by the main castle (Osaka-jo Castle and Nijo-jo Castle in the Edo period are among such castles of the shogunate government).
  163. Banjo
  164. Banjo (working pattern taken by lower-ranking government officials)
  165. Banjo refers to a working pattern taken by lower-ranking government officials such as Zonin and so on in the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) in Japan.
  166. Banjokan
  167. Banjoko (builders, maintenance workers in the Ritsuryo system) was newly established.
  168. Bank notes are wrapped in a white naka-bukuro (inner envelope) first, and this naka-bukuro is wrapped in the koden-bukuro.
  169. Bank of Japan Kyoto Branch
  170. Bank of Japan Toyohara Office
  171. Bank of Kyoto Fuchomae Branch
  172. Bank of Kyoto Kami-Toba Business Center
  173. Bank of the Masuda-ike Pond
  174. Banka (Elegy)
  175. Banka: Poems for when a coffin is carried.
  176. Bankan Style (Coiled trunks)
  177. Bankara
  178. Bankara is a pun for the word haikara (westernized appearances or life styles).
  179. Bankaro Corridor (Important Cultural Property)
  180. Banke Shinobi no Den Kenshujo
  181. Bankei Yotaku
  182. Bankei Yotaku (April 18, 1622 - October 2, 1693) was a Buddhist priest of the Rinzai sect during the early Edo period.
  183. Bankei said, "Then you are not short-tempered by nature."
  184. Bankei said, "You were born with an interesting thing."
  185. Bankoku Jinbutsu-zu at Kobe City Museum
  186. Bankoku Koho' among Japan, China and Korea
  187. Bankoku Koho' and social evolutionism
  188. Bankoku koho
  189. Banks
  190. Banks were allowed to issue inconvertible notes.
  191. Banma SAKURAMA
  192. Banma SAKURAMA (1835 - 1917) was a Nohgakushi (Noh actor) playing shite (principal roles) of Konparu-ryu school.
  193. Bannai MATSUO and Teru (a comedian) often uses this.
  194. Bannai SAGIZAKA was originally a hando gataki (a comic evil man), but he is a perfect clown in this act, and his costume is also different from that of other acts.
  195. Bannai becomes almost hidden behind the curtain, but he begins to draw the curtain by himself from halfway.
  196. Bannai is beaten decisively in the ensuing fight and Kanpei leaves triumphantly with Okaru.
  197. Bannai is performed by actors with great skill, and sometimes the very highest ranked actors make a special appearance in this role ("gochiso" in Japanese), which is a pleasant surprise for the audience.
  198. Bannai's followers: Hold on!
  199. Bannai: "Kanpei, wait."
  200. Bannai: "Want...Nothing!"
  201. Bannai: I've found you.
  202. Bannai: What an irritating guy - 'catch him with rice cake!'
  203. Banning saikensen (ship to dispatch an envoy to Korea) owned by powerful branch families of the So clan, tokusosen (ship to dispatch an envoy to Korea to deliver immediate report), and koriwasen (ship for trading with Korea).
  204. Banno interpreted 'Datsu-A Ron' as the declaration of failure of modernization by Korea.
  205. Banquet Hall
  206. Banquet facilities: 13
  207. Banquet, geigi (Japanese professional female entertainer at drinking party), karaoke (sing to a karaoke machine), Meikyoku Kissa (classical music cafe), Utagoe Kissa (coffee shop for people to sing songs), and Jazz Kissa (jazz music cafe) and jazz music club
  208. Banri HOASHI
  209. Banri HOASHI (February 11, 1778 - July 30, 1852) was a Confucianist and Keiseiron (written treatment of events, which was drafted for governing Japan in the Edo period) scholar, who lived during the late Edo period.
  210. Banri's book "Kyuritsu" is an epoch-making literature of natural science history in Japan.
  211. Banryu-kyo Mirror with the Date "Fourth Year of Jingchu"
  212. Banryumaru (Bankichi MATSUOKA, self-burned at the Hakodate port in May 1869)
  213. Bansaku INUZUKA took Shuno's and Ano's heads away from the execution ground and buried them in Shinano.
  214. Bansei-Ikkei (Unbroken Imperial line)
  215. Bansen Shukai (manga (cartoon), story by Kazuo KOIKE, drawing by Masaomi KANZAKI)
  216. Bansha no goku (Imprisonment of Scholars of Western Learning) and His Last
  217. Bansha no goku (Imprisonment of scholars of Western learning)
  218. Bansha no goku was the suppression of free speech that occurred in May 1839.
  219. Banshairo (color of coarse tea)
  220. Banshi (a samurai serving as a guard in the Edo period) holding the post of Kojunin was characterized by having a status equivalent to that of hatamoto, but no entitlement to ride on horseback.
  221. Banshikicho tone (tunes whose keynote is B)
  222. Banshikicho tone: Soko (Gagaku), Manjuraku*, Shufuraku, Rindai, Seigaiha, Saisoro, Kenkikotatsu, Somakusha, Hakuchu, Senshuraku (Gagaku), Chikuringaku
  223. Bansho
  224. Bansho (Bansho/Banjo) were builders engaged in wooden architecture in medieval Japan.
  225. Bansho (builder)
  226. Bansho KANAMORI who was MAKINO's former assistant director and Koroku NUMATA who was a director of Nikkatsu Kyoto also joined.
  227. Bansho in the kingdom, which was responsible for overall local administration including tax payment to the royal authorities and jito (manager and lord of manor), and labor service management, also functioned as a supply center of human resources and horses for reaching Shuri.
  228. Bansho is a facility in which guards were stationed for security and surveillance.
  229. Bansho is regarded to derive from Banjoko (builders and maintenance workers in the Ritsuryo system) who took turns repairing in Kodai Ritsuryosei (ancient East Asian system of centralized governance).
  230. Bansho shirabesho as an institute for studying and educating Western learning increased its object language to include English and other languages in addition to Dutch in 1862.
  231. Bansho were installed at sekisho (check points) as well for security and tax collection.
  232. Bansho were installed in important spots during the Edo period.
  233. Bansho were installed in the key spots for transportation to inspect travelers, baggage, and vessels as well as to collect taxes.
  234. Bansho were not required to pay tax other than to pay the appointment fee for Daikushiki and only belonged to the loose organization under the Toryo class, not like other occupations where they became Kugonin (purveyors to the Imperial household) and Jinin (associates of Shinto shrines) or formed guilds.
  235. Bansho-wage Goyo (Government Office for Translation of Barbarian Books)
  236. Bansho-wage Goyo (Government Office for Translation of Barbarian Books) was a translation organization established by the Edo Bakufu in 1811.
  237. Bansho-wage Goyo (government office for the translation of western books) was established in 1811 according to the proposal of Kageyasu TAKAHASHI, and it continued to exist until Bansho Shirabesho (government office for the study of western books) was established in 1858.
  238. Bansho-wage Goyo started to translate diplomatic documents and was renamed Yogakusho (Institute of Foreign Study), and in 1858, it was reorganized as Bansho shirabesho.
  239. Banshu
  240. Banshu (Late Autumn), 1943 (a woman repairing a shoji screen)
  241. Banshu Akaho station in Hyogo Prefecture also follows this rule, but except for that station other stations are prefixed with " Harima " in the case such as Harima Shingu station.
  242. Banshu Sarayashiki
  243. Banshu somen: Major production areas include Tatsuno City and Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  244. Banso (伴僧) (4 persons)
  245. Bantan Line
  246. Bantan Line (Fukuchiyama - Kasumi section)
  247. Bantan renraku Road
  248. Banto
  249. Banto (mercantile house)
  250. Banto and Decchi', which was televised in the early stage of TV broadcasting, became popular and the term, decchi became known nationwide as such a servant when the decchi or kozo system had already disappeared.
  251. Banto shinzo
  252. Banto shinzo (a caretaker for oiran)
  253. Banto/bangashira (samurai family)
  254. Bantoro Festival (Lantern Festival) at Kasuga-taisha Shrine (February and August)
  255. Bantsuma Tachibana Universal Rengo Eiga
  256. Bantsuma Tachibana Universal Rengo Eiga was a Japanese film company that was jointly established between a Japanese company and an American company (its contract was signed in September 1926 and terminated in May 1927).
  257. Banya
  258. Banya (a simple lodging house)
  259. Banya also means facilities for fishermen's lodgings and workshops set up along the coast near fishing grounds.
  260. Banya often had lodges and a fire watchtowers, and were seen in major cities such as Edo, Osaka and Kyoto, and in castle towns in the countryside.
  261. Banyaku
  262. Banyaku refers to working different shifts by rotation in the Japanese history.
  263. Banyu Enzetsu (Speech with Brute Courage)
  264. Banyu Enzetsu is a speech made by Navy Minister Sukenori KABAYAMA in the second Imperial Diet in December 1891.
  265. Banzan IDA
  266. Banzan IDA (1767 - May 5, 1863) was a Japanese calligrapher.
  267. Banzan KUMAZAWA
  268. Banzan KUMAZAWA (1619 - September 9, 1691) was a scholar of Yomeigaku neo-Confucianism (the teachings of Wang Yangming and his followers) in the early Edo period.
  269. Banzan promoted agricultural policy by helping small-scale peasants and by implementing construction work including forestry and flood control.
  270. Banzan was born into the Motoike family in Oshinozu-mura (present-day Yonago City, Tottori Prefecture), and was adopted into the Ida family in Sainokami-mura (present-day Sakaiminato City).
  271. Banzan worked mainly at 'Hanabata Kyojo,' which is the first hanko (a domain school) in Japan opened in 1641.
  272. Banzeizan Kokusei-ji Temple (Kobashi-cho, Naka Ward, Okayama City)
  273. Banzuii
  274. Banzuii (December 1, 1542 - February 2, 1615) was a learned monk in the Jodo Sect from the Sengoku period (period of warring states) (Japan) to the early in the Edo period.
  275. Bao Shuya, who wrote 'The Friendship Between Guan and Bao', is a famous individual with that family name.
  276. Baoguangsi Temple (ChengDu City, SiChuan Province, China)
  277. Baoji City, Shan Xi Province, China
  278. Bar shapes
  279. Barakasu
  280. Barakasu that has been kneaded and squeezed into a cylinder before being used to form itakasu.
  281. Baran (plant) or Haran: Leaves of plants used for partitioning or decoration
  282. Barazushi of Okayama Prefecture
  283. Barbecues and other similar acts (roasting or broiling food on a fire) prohibited.
  284. Barbers
  285. Bare fields of the same sizes were also supplied.
  286. Barely readable characters includes those relate to letters such as '封,' '封信,' and '平安家書,' and Yuin (seal carved favorite words or phrases.)
  287. Bargain sales on kimono called grade-B piece goods is held after the Seijin-shiki ceremony is over.
  288. Barium ion (Ba++): 5 mg or more
  289. Bark of standing timbers of cypress, 70 years old or older with sufficient diameter, is peeled and molded to become the roofing material.
  290. Barley flour (which is rich in dietary fiber) and raw sugar (which is rich in minerals) are used for the wrapping of dough.
  291. Barley miso - made by fermenting and maturing soybeans and barley or rye.
  292. Barley miso accounts for about eleven percent of the total production, and the Kyushu region, west of Chugoku region, and west of Shikoku region are where white miso made from barley is mainly produced.
  293. Barley shochu
  294. Barley was also harvested from the double-cropping system that is said to have originated in the Kamakura period, and lots of salmons and trout came up the rivers and streams as well.
  295. Baron
  296. Baron (called danshaku in Japanese) is a title of nobility.
  297. Baron Moriteru NAGAYAMA, who served as a Member of the House of Peers, Provisional Governor of Chikuma Prefecture, and Governor of Niigata Prefecture, was his elder brother.
  298. Baron.
  299. Barons in Europe
  300. Barrel-shaped cans
  301. Barrier-free
  302. Barrier-free facilities, such as the escalator between the concourse and the platform, and the elevators that connect the concourse with each platform, were installed relatively early.
  303. Barriers and checkpoints were erected by the bakufu or by influential temples, shrines, or local lords at key points around ports and on highways, collecting tolls (sekisen) for land and customs (tsuryo) for sea travel and trade.
  304. Barriers during the early modern and modern periods
  305. Barriers in Japan
  306. Barriers in ancient Japan
  307. Barriers in the medieval period
  308. Barriers that are located at strategic points of traffic are important as fortresses with long, large and strong walls, though they are not called castles.
  309. Bartering with rice and cloths as standards was still the main method of obtaining necessary materials at the time in Japan; therefore, Wado-kaichin did not circulate as the currency well in Japan except in the Kinai region and its surrounding area.
  310. Basalt type
  311. Basara
  312. Basara Daisho (Vajra, one of the Juni Shinsho [the 12 protective gods])
  313. Basara Matsuri Festival (the end of August)
  314. Basara activities were banned in the Kenmu Code, which was the fundamental code of laws for the shogunate established by Takauji ASHIKAGA in 1336.
  315. Basara, "Scribblings from the Nijo riverbank," and Renga (linked verse)
  316. Basara-matsuri Festival (August)
  317. Base
  318. Base customs of former times shall be abandoned, and all actions shall confirm to the principles of universal justice.
  319. Base diameter: 3.8 cm
  320. Base diameter: 3.9 cm
  321. Baseball
  322. Baseball Stadium
  323. Baseball enjoyed much popularity, and Japanese people also enjoy playing sandlot baseball and watching games by professional players.
  324. Baseball ground
  325. Baseball ground for rubber-ball
  326. Based at the economically and strategically important Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple, they built Hongan-ji school temples mainly in and around Kyoto and acquired power to match the Daimyos (Japanese territorial lords), in what was the sect's heyday.
  327. Based in Baba-jo Castle (Mito-jo Castle), the Edo clan wielded power in the midstream and downstream areas of the Naka-gawa River.
  328. Based in Dohi-go Village, Ashigarashimono County (Yugawara-machi and Manazuru-cho, Ashigarashimo-gun), he served as the azukaridokoro (custodian) of Hayakawasho manor.
  329. Based in Kimurayama-jo Castle in Shimohara-Go, Shimotsumichi County, Bicchu Province, Nobutaka tried to extend Yoshitane's influence.
  330. Based in Nagai no Sho, Hara County, Musashi Province (Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture), he was called "Nagai Betto" (Lord Nagai).
  331. Based in Naka County at the end of the Heian Period, the Naka clan was a powerful local ruling family in Hitachi.
  332. Based in the Honjo-jo Castle in Tsuigi District for a while, he allocated branch families to districts such as Usa, Chikujo, Shimoge, Nakatsu and Tagawa.
  333. Based in the Shinsaibashi Street 2-chome Theater in Shinsaibashi, NHK organized the 'Kamigata Rakugo Society' linked to its program 'TV Engei-kai.'
  334. Based in the residence of Takatsukasa, Kusaka vainly attempted to make a direct appeal to the emperor.
  335. Based in there, he extended power and then occupied the Togane-jo Castle to establish his influence.
  336. Based on "Izuya" of this play, he added modern interpretations.
  337. Based on "Nohon Sakusha Chumon" (list of Noh numbers' composers of Kanze lineage compiled by Kanemasa YOSHIDA on the basis of conversations with Yajiro Nagatoshi KANZE), the following five are Zenpo's works.
  338. Based on "Rongo" (Analects of Confucius) he learned in his childhood, he preached and commited himself to share and give back wealth to society aiming at good balance between logic and profit, to enrich the whole country and develop the economy without creating a monopoly.
  339. Based on "Shokoku Hyaku Monogatari," 'Katawa-guruma emerging on the streets of Kyoto' --which is a picture card of ghost-illustrated "Karuta" (Japanese playing cards) made in the Edo period--was portrayed as a man's figure.
  340. Based on "muradaka" (the total yield of a village) written on kenchi-cho, the feudal lord imposed "nengu" (land tax) and "shoyaku" (miscellaneous taxes other than nengu) on villagers as a whole, which was called "murauke" (the village-wide, collective responsibility for tax payment).
  341. Based on 'Engishiki Jinmyocho' (Jinja shrines' list under the Engishiki ('Engishiki' is an ancient book for lows and regulation compiled during the Engi era, in which shrine listing procedures are included) (Volume 9 and 10), the ranking of Jinja shrines was decided.
  342. Based on Azumahito's confession, all people whose names were mentioned such as Naramaro, Prince Funado, Prince Kibumi, Komaro, TAJIHI no Koshikai and KAMO no Tsunotari were arrested all at once on the next day, July 27.
  343. Based on Chinese calendar, July (old calendar) is the first month of autumn called "moshu" (beginning of autumn) and the seventh is the day of waxing moon, namely the day of the half moon.
  344. Based on Gun-ku-cho-son Henseiho (Act for the alignment of local government system), the Kii County public office was placed in 2, Fushimi Itabashi (later, Fushimi-cho).
  345. Based on Gun-ku-cho-son Henseiho (Act for the alignment of local government system), the Tsuzuki county public office was placed in Tanabe-mura village.
  346. Based on Itosu's efforts, toudee was initially adopted as a subject of gymnastics classes at Shuri jinjo Elementary School in 1901 and then at Okinawa Kenritsu Dai-Ichi Middle School (presently Shuri Senior High School) and the Normal School (college of education) of Okinawa in 1905.
  347. Based on Jutaro's opinion that 'steady people with both excellent capability and skills can be lent enormous property without being significantly questioned if they had mortgage', it was said that the personality-oriented loan policy was adopted.
  348. Based on Kannon-gyo Sutra and others, it is widely believed and worshiped.
  349. Based on Nariaki's educational policy, "a boy should be educated in his home domain" Yoshinobu moved to Mito at the age of seven months and spent most of his time there until he succeeded to the Hitotsubashi Tokugawa Family, during which time he was educated and taught martial arts by Seishisai AIZAWA.
  350. Based on Okuroku-gun County, Mutsu Province (Inland area of Iwate Prefecture), he fought together with his father Yoritoki and his elder brother Sadato against MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi (Zen kunen no eki).
  351. Based on Osmotic pressure, the Standard Methods of Analysis for Mineral Springs categorizes hot springs into those of low tonicity, isotonicity, and high tonicity in accordance with the mass of dissolved ingredients contained in 1 kg of hot spring water or their freezing points.
  352. Based on Seitaisho, a new government system started on June 17.
  353. Based on Senchu hassaku suggested by Ryoma, he proposed Taisei Hokan to Yodo.
  354. Based on Ten-en-chi-hou (an ancient Chinese view of the universe which considers the heaven as round and the earth as square) which was derived from the same Onmyo (Yin and Yang) idea, many buildings are square shaped.
  355. Based on Tenno-ji Temple (in Taito Ward), Rohan further published "Goju no to" and "Furyu butsu," through which he came to establish himself as a professional writer.
  356. Based on Tsune's comment to her nephew Yugoro, "Shuhei has gone to the bad like that because of a woman.", it is understood that Shuhei ruined himself by indulging in sensual pleasures.
  357. Based on Uji Jujo (last ten chapters of the Tale of Genji,) the plants appearing in the Tale of Genji are grown and monuments engraved with waka poems are installed in the Gardens to create an atmosphere in which visitors can imagine scenes in the story.
  358. Based on a decision by Banuemon IHARA, gunposhihan (strategy instructor) of Fukui domain, it was preserved by the Echizen Matsudaira family as a kabuto used by Yoshisada NITTA.
  359. Based on a description in the Kojiki that Emperor Sujin died in the year of the Earth-Tiger in the sixty-year Chinese calendar cycle, some people believe that he died in 318 A.D. (or 258 A.D.).
  360. Based on a positive film on which an original picture has been photographed, its porcelain panel painted version is generated by copying the photograph onto a ceramic plate using a photo-engraving technique and then by baking the plate.
  361. Based on a proclamation by Tominaga and others that only the books printed and published in Japan were called Kirishitan-ban, there are 32 books which are called Kirishitan-ban at present.
  362. Based on a record stating that the surname of 'Taira no Ason' was conferred on five imperial princes (of unknown names) in 889, it is assumed that Prince Takamochi was one of them.
  363. Based on a reflection on the conflict of opinions between the ministries under the former system of the two councils and the six ministries, it was established as a body coordinating and adjusting ministerial policies.
  364. Based on a series of these Acts, the government-issued paper money and the paper money issued by the national bank that were left for the public to use for a limited period of five years from early 1900 (to 1904) were replaced, and the collection of these notes in circulation was completed.
  365. Based on a traditional folk song of German 'Die Wacht am Rhein' and William Merrell VORIES wrote the words.
  366. Based on all of the sentences that Koresada NAKAMURA, a resident of Owari Province, included in "Teio Hennen ki" (a chronicle attributed to the priest Eiyu), the lost sentences were etched imitating the character patterns in a kohocho (an ancient collection of excellent patterns of written Chinese characters).
  367. Based on an anecdote about Mitsuhide drawing lots three times before Honno-ji no Hen, some say that Mitsuhide had difficulty in deciding to do it.
  368. Based on an indication of a relationship between an old edition and the Kirishitan-ban given by Ouchida, as well as researches on printing techniques by Osamu MORIGAMI and Tadao YAMAGUCHI, many research papers on the Japanese script version of Jesuit Mission Press have been published.
  369. Based on comparative mythology, the mythology of obtaining iron and a sword by exterminating a monster is thought to be a metaphor for the establishment of a nation.
  370. Based on consolatory letters sent after a fire and other documents, Yoriyuki's residence in Kyoto is thought to have been located around Rokujo Madenokoji (Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City) which woud have been close to his work until the bakufu was relocated to Hana no Gosho (Muromachi-dai, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  371. Based on copies and sketches of ancient paintings and sketching, he eclectically mixed painting of various schools and aimed at a mixed style of north and south.
  372. Based on detailed sketching, they also project an unreal atmosphere similar to modern day Surrealism.
  373. Based on duration, Eza (place where Shaka preached) and scripture, D are sorted out as follows.
  374. Based on earthenware excavated at the same time and the conditions of geological formation, it is considered that mokkan was made around the time when the early Naniwa no Miya was completed and it was the finding which urged reconsideration of the existing belief that Manyo-gana came into existence between 672 and 697.
  375. Based on genealogies, at one time he controlled a territory of 20,000 koku (a volume measurement for rice), and after being granted the family name of Todo in 1607, he started identifying himself as Shikibu TODO.
  376. Based on his achievements, he has been called as "the father of postal system."
  377. Based on his answer, the emperor lived in frugality and forbade the taking of life for luxury, and relaxed Santaku no Kin to permit the poor and needy to make their living by hunting and fishing ("Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" "Genkoshakusho".)
  378. Based on his decision that breaking through Gokurakujizaka kiridoshi was impossible, Yoshisada broke through Inamuragasaki to take advantage of the low tide, attacking bakufu forces in the rear and then rushed into Kamakura.
  379. Based on his dependency of using a palanquin for transportation, it came to be said that he was unable to ride on horseback, and many vulgar beliefs were invented in later years to explain why, such as him having a fear of riding since he fell off a horse when he was a child, that he was fat, or he was waistless and short-legged.
  380. Based on his great interest in the roots of the tea drinking culture, he has repeatedly conducted a number of field surveys of noted brands of tea, culture and history of tea, etc, in various parts of China.
  381. Based on his previous experience in the Battle of Gassan Toda Castle, which he had lost following the leadership of the Ouchi clan, he used strategy rather than attacking by sheer force.
  382. Based on his profound knowledge, Gyokushu expanded the debate on the Southern Chinese style of painting.
  383. Based on his various panting activities, Foreign Ministry bought "Yamazato" (a village in a mountain valley), his painting displayed in Nisshunten in 1991.
  384. Based on historical documentation stating that Doton was Sadatsugu's nephew, some local historians point out that many other possibilities exist, such as the possibility that Sadatsugu's brother was adopted by the Nariyasu clan or that his sister married into the Nariyasu clan.
  385. Based on historical materials such as "Chikamoto Nikki" (Chikamoto's diary), it is clear that the Asakura clan was based in Ichijodani well before this.
  386. Based on individual preference, sprinkle a seasoning of ground pepper (cayenne pepper powder or shichimi togarashi [a mixture of cayenne pepper and other aromatic spices]).
  387. Based on ingredients like rice and barley, it is distilled in a pot still.
  388. Based on its economical criteria, such as provincial power, each province was classified into taigoku (a major province), jogoku (an upper-class province), chugoku (a middle-class province) or gekoku (a minor province), and the amount of tax on a province was determined based on its rank in this classification.
  389. Based on newly gained economic power, provincial military governors strengthened their influence within their territories in order to subjugate land stewards, soldiers, village headmen and other influential people and to place them under their own control.
  390. Based on patterns and contents, Jodo mandala works in Japan are categorized into 3 kinds, i.e. Chiko Mandala, Taima Mandala and Seikai Mandala, and these are collectively called Jodo Sanmandala (three Jodo mandala).
  391. Based on recent studies, there is a strong theory that the Emperor abdicated the throne due to his illness, not due to his intention to rule the cloister government.
  392. Based on some schools of jujutsu, such as Kito-ryu and Tenjin Shinyo-ryu, judo was established by Jigoro KANO.
  393. Based on such background, this international order is called treaty system.
  394. Based on such evidence, current thought is negative regarding pronouncing the letter 良 as "naga."
  395. Based on such facts, there is a theory that Hyakki yagyo or such sort of things were depicted as 'Oboro-guruma.'
  396. Based on such grounds, Nichiren argued that Ritsu Buddhist monks, who preached these precepts and purported themselves to be religiously pure, were traitors who deceived people and would bring the nation to the point of ruin.
  397. Based on such materials collected in this way, Kagefumi started writing in October 1842.
  398. Based on such point of view, he published "Shinsetsu Honnoji" (new view on the Honnoji Incident) in 2001 and "Darega Nobunaga wo Koroshitanoka Honnoji no Hen - Aratana Shiten" (Who killed Nobunaga - Honnoji Incident/new point of view) in 2007.
  399. Based on such technical background, the government of Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) placed kamiko (the paper making mill entrusted by the government) in Yamashiro Province.
  400. Based on that idea, Bosatsu-go (菩薩号) was used as a name of the god of Japan who came to believe in Buddhism.
  401. Based on that idea, it was considered that the monarch should be informed of such movements as soon as possible because it was vital to the management of the national administration.
  402. Based on that relationship, a few years later, in the fall of 1842, Hokusai, then 83, visited the residence of Kozan at Obuse as if it had been along with way in his travels.
  403. Based on that story, it is estimated that the Buson Yokai Emaki was painted during the period from 1754 to 1757, when Buson had been training as a painter in Miyazu, Tango Province (present Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture).
  404. Based on that, firearms were called Tanegashima-ju (firearms of Tanegashima) and had major impact on the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  405. Based on that, toryumon (gateway) became a symbol of success in life.
  406. Based on the Confucianism concept in Hakuseki, they advanced various policies called civilian government.
  407. Based on the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty signed on July 24, 1907, the following items shall gradually be enacted.
  408. Based on the Kinai government established by Nobunaga, Hideyoshi conquered the areas from Tohoku to Kyushu, completing the job of unifying the control of Japan.
  409. Based on the Kiyu Treaty concluded in 1609, Korea bestowed government posts on the Tsushima clan and a few others, and granted them privileges as Japanese envoys.
  410. Based on the National Shinkansen Network Law enforced in 1970, the following Shinkansen lines are listed in the basic plan, which was compiled for determining the Shinkansen routes for which construction was to be started.
  411. Based on the Order of Senior High School, two high schools of the old education system were established (in 1894 and 1918).
  412. Based on the Ritsuryo law, the original purpose of the Ichoku was to apply the Charge of Ichoku to individuals who went against the procedures contained in an Imperial command, but in later years, the Ichoku changed to mean an act or behavior which signified resistance against an Imperial command or an Imperial envoy.
  413. Based on the Ritsuryo system, the Tang Dynasty built up the country into a great empire and expanded its influence to other East Asian countries.
  414. Based on the Shinto ceremonies for Empress Dowager Eisho and Emperor Meiji, the Imperial ordinance of mourning was enacted in 1909, and then the Imperial ordinance of funeral rites was established in 1924.
  415. Based on the above explanation, some shops use the Chinese character in "龍田揚げ" (the same character used for "light cruiser") instead of the simplified Chinese character "竜田揚げ".
  416. Based on the above fact, a theory that regards the Heguri clan to be a new powerful local clan after Kamite of the later sixth century is gaining supporters recently.
  417. Based on the above, 'Nene' seems more natural than 'Ne' as for the name of Kodaiin.
  418. Based on the above, it can be affirmed that there was a temple that enshrined Bishamonten (Vaisravana) in Mt. Shigi around 10th century in the mid Heian period and an ascetic monk lived there.
  419. Based on the above, it is thought that tenkakokka (Tenka and the state) was defined as the territory of present Vietnam, which Europeans referred to "Tonkin" or "Cochinchine" at the time.
  420. Based on the above, regarding the authority of the shogun in the Kamakura bakufu after Yoritomo died, it could be said that, though Yoriie succeeded the title of shogun, the status and power that Yoritomo had had before his death were actually divided among Masako and Yoriie.
  421. Based on the above, religious schools whose principal object of worship is Nichiren think "Nehan-gyo" as a treasured heirloom that saves life, which is the theory of eternity of busho preached in "Hoke-kyo."
  422. Based on the above, some people have asserted that something that combined the rituals Jugondo (way of vanquishing monsters, spirits, etc., through the use of charms) and art existed at that time and eventually evolved into Okina Sarugaku.
  423. Based on the above, the trend of the modern international law will be briefly described.
  424. Based on the above, there could be one view that the very conspiracy hatched by Yoshikazu and Yoriie was falsified by the Hojo clan after the whole incident was over.
  425. Based on the above-described premises, there is an opinion that as namachozoshu or namazumeshu undergoes hiire at least once and literally not "nama," it is not appropriate to include the word "name" in the name.
  426. Based on the above-mentioned Tsukusigoto, Yatsuhashi Kengyo (1614 - 1685), who was active during the early Edo period, established the basis of the musical instrument Soh as well as Soh music.
  427. Based on the above-mentioned circumstances, the strongest theory as of late was that Hideyoshi's katanagari edict was aimed at the heinobunri, controlling the use of weapons by revoking the right for peasants to wear a sword and not aimed at disarming those in the peasant class.
  428. Based on the account in the former "Gukansho," Yasuaki NAGAZUMI assumed that "Hogen Monogatari" came into existence before "Gukansho" was completed in 1220.
  429. Based on the ancestral tablet at Daiju-ji Temple, Ienari was 156.6 cm tall.
  430. Based on the assumption that Noguchino Ono-haka is the Tenmu-Jito Mausoleum, the following is a description of that tomb as verified by documents.
  431. Based on the assumption that grain is a secular produce marred by humans' profanity, this gyo encourages Buddhist practitioners to have no grain to purify their body and soul.
  432. Based on the average prediction per hour of the PM10 density obtained from the observation network of the Ministry of Environment, Republic of Korea, South Korea's weather agency issues a three-stage warning when it is predicted that a specified density will continue for two or more hours.
  433. Based on the belief that the female menstruation cycle was the same as the rotation cycle of the sun, the philosophy of the Ezo people taught that everyone born by a woman embodies cosmic principles and receives benefits from the sun.
  434. Based on the centralized political structure, Ritsuryo system's basic philosophy for ruling people/collecting tax was the people-based governance.
  435. Based on the choka 'Yuen aru Zoka' (time-honored Zoka) in Volume 16 which contains references to an old bamboo cutter and a celestial nymph, it has been pointed out that the Manyoshu is linked to Taketori monogatari.
  436. Based on the chronology employed in the Nihonshoki.
  437. Based on the chumon, a list of samurai in the province, called 'bushi-komyo' (literally, samurai name list), was generated under the zuryo.
  438. Based on the collective study achievement of the nation and research institutions, it borrows all the knowledge and wisdom of educational professionals and companies to carry out various programs under the basic idea 'Learn by seeing, touching, and feeling.'
  439. Based on the combination with Ajisukitakahikone or the fatter Okuninushi and the mother Takiribime, some regard that Ichikishimahime (syncretized with Munakata Sanjojin and Benzaiten), Mitsuhanohime, and Ameshirukarumizuhi are the same deity as Shitateruhime with different names.
  440. Based on the common characteristic of the Maizuru-ben dialect, the local hero 'Maizuru Boei-sentai Chatta-man' (the Maizuru Guardian Chatta-man) was created, is popular in many local events.
  441. Based on the common view, Kamakura New Buddhism refers to the following.
  442. Based on the compositions, the company had explained that they had not had any problem of the mining pollution after that.
  443. Based on the content of the Hannya-kyo sutras, it is thought that the teachings by Shomon (Sharavakia), or Setsuissaiubu (Sarvaastivaadin), which were very influential at that time even among other sects of Nikaya Buddhism, were called Hinayana by the Mahayana Buddhism side; however, this remains unclear.
  444. Based on the content, it developed to imply 'a boy and a girl who were friends since their childhood (growing affectionate to each other and getting married).'
  445. Based on the creed of Kogi Shingon (Old Shingon).
  446. Based on the current financial situation, the budget for road improvement tends to be reduced, and some changes in institutions, including privatization of Japan Highway Public Corporation and shifting road-related tax revenue to general revenue, are now occurring.
  447. Based on the custom that a birth of twins brought bad luck at that time, Sadachika was not only recognized as Ieyasu's biological child but was regarded as being dead young.
  448. Based on the daishi (foreword written in Chinese characters) of the "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), his wife was thought to have been the Princess of Emperor Tenmu, Princess Hatsusebe.
  449. Based on the definition of the shaku in The Weights and Measures Act, each unit is converted to the square meter.
  450. Based on the definition of the shaku in The Weights and Measures Act, the sho is converted to the liter.
  451. Based on the description about deification of Nobunaga in 'Historia de Iapan' by Frois, there is a view which points out that deification of Nobunaga could not be accepted by the Imperial Court. (Motohiko IZAWA is the recent advocator of this view.)
  452. Based on the description from "Kojiki," some researchers (i.e. Chiaki MIZUTANI) insist that Iwai, who was expanding his power in the North Kyushu, was subdued by the Emperor Keitai.
  453. Based on the description of "Harimanokuni Fudoki," Hiokayama Tumulus (a round barrow with diameter of 60m) in Ono, Kakogawa-cho, Kakogawa City, Hyogo Prefecture was identified as Harima no Inabi no Oiratsume's Hioka no misasagi (Hioka Mausoleum) and is now under the management of the Imperial Household Agency.
  454. Based on the description of the Nihon Shoki, the palace is estimated to have had the 'south gate' and the 'Imperial Court' with several 'cho' agencies Shodaibu (lower aristocracy) worked for, on the north side of the gate.
  455. Based on the details of the tax burden to be borne, tax at that time could be classified into 'compulsory service,' which was provided with labor service, or other categories such as 'zokuji' (statute labor) and 'manzokuji' (general term of compulsory service and miscellaneous tax).
  456. Based on the documents, the cooking method of kabayaki that uses sauce is considered to have been established after the mid-Edo period.
  457. Based on the edict and a checklist of 'antiques and old items' submitted to temples and shrines mainly in the Kinki region, Jinshin Kensa, the first investigation of cultural properties in Japan, was conducted from May through October of 1872 (a year after the edict).
  458. Based on the educational system in August in 1872, the elementary school, which had borrowed the residence of Hisayasu YAMAMOTO, started on December 23 in 1873, was transferred to the warehouse of this temple in February 1874, and remained as a school until it moved to the residence of Gyokan JO in February 1876.
  459. Based on the episode below, he was also called by another name, Gosunkugi no Torakichi (Torakichi Long-Nail), and this pseudonym has been more popular among the people.
  460. Based on the excavation carried out recent years at the site of Tosaminato, Tosaminato is supposed to have been most prosperous from the mid-14th century to the early 15th century, and this observation is consistent with the historical references.
  461. Based on the exhaustive research begun by Doshu OKUBO, "Shobogenzo" has now been organized into a seventy-five volume set of old manuscripts and a twelve volume set of new manuscripts, and this organization has increasingly gained a consensus in the academic world.
  462. Based on the fact that Kintaro's face never changes, a person who is inflexible and lacks individuality in terms of their attitude toward opinions or other people are sometimes described as being 'Kintaroame like'.
  463. Based on the fact that Takeda's forces made no resistance to these actions, Ieyasu firmly believed that Shingen had died.
  464. Based on the fact that it is shipped one year after being brewed, it should be classified as koshu, but it is treated customarily as a type of shinshu.
  465. Based on the fact that peace negotiations began between the Court and the bakufu after Gokameyama was enthroned, it is believed that the enthronement of Gokameyama was supported by those peace advocates.
  466. Based on the fact that road conditions become hazardous in the winter in Hokkaido, Tohoku region, Hokuriku region, and Shinetsu region, this system applies to taxis which are operated in the specific areas of these regions only during midwinter all day.
  467. Based on the fact that the Shugo Yoshihide ISSHIKI was assaulted and driven to suicide by a powerful local family in 1498 around the onset of the Sengoku (Warring States) period, apparently the Isshiki clan did not have strong control over the province.
  468. Based on the fact, the government adopted the standpoint that the Constitution was not legally in force in the Kwantung Leased Territory and the Emperor was able to exercise the legislative power without the consent of the Imperial Diet.
  469. Based on the fairy tale Issunboshi, there is someone who was given the name 'Issunboshi' as his real name.
  470. Based on the family register, rice land was allotted to the people who had newly obtained the qualifications for receiving rice land, while rice land was confiscated from people who had died.
  471. Based on the family registration system and Keicho (the yearly tax registers) in the ancient times, rice land was allotted to nobles and people who had obtained the qualifications for receiving rice land from the government.
  472. Based on the feet system, 1 fathom is also fixed at 6 feet (1.8288 meters).
  473. Based on the films, Beicho KATSURA is now trying to restore 'Honno-ji Temple' and 'Sotten Kabuki.'
  474. Based on the finding, the keep of Otsu-jo Castle is thought to have been a "boro" (lookout tower) type of keep, and to have looked like a four-story building from the outside, but actually had five floors on the inside.
  475. Based on the function, it can be considered as a predecessor of akari-shoji (a translucent screen or sliding door made by pasting single sheets of white Japanese paper on light wooden frames).
  476. Based on the gardener's record, there is an assumption that sometime in the period from 1720 from 1735, ITO Ihei Masatake, who had lived in Komagome and whose tomb is at Saifuku-ji Temple, artificially bred and grew Someiyoshino.
  477. Based on the historical material which suggests that the real mother of Yoshisada's son, Yoshiaki, came from the Ando clan, some people assert that she was a daughter of the influential Michiubito (private vassal of the tokuso family (the direct line of regency Hojo family)) Seishu Ando.
  478. Based on the incident, novels such as "Nakayama Togeki" and "Nakayama Denki," both of which were completed not so long after the incident, were written clandestinely.
  479. Based on the index, it is considered that the medieval period started in the latter half of the 11th century to the 12th century, when the shoen koryo sei was started and established, and ended in the latter half of the 16th century when the taiko kenchi, which made the shoen koryo sei extinct, was conducted.
  480. Based on the information then obtained, he started writing "Toko Bassho" in 1746 as an original work (he continued the writing until about 1751).
  481. Based on the information, Morimasa proposed to Katsuie to raid the fort of Kiyohide NAKAGAWA.
  482. Based on the inscription on munafuda-mei (Important Cultural Property) which reads "Framework was completed on April 23, 1650," it is understood that the building was erected in 1650.
  483. Based on the investigation results, the bakufu issued an act to reduce sake production to one-third according not to shuzokabu amount which was only a nominal one, but to sake brewing kokudaka breweries had declared.
  484. Based on the investigation, the first designation of cultural properties in Japan was made under the Law for the Preservation of Old Shrines and Temples, which was enacted in 1897.
  485. Based on the jacket called 'Suikan' worn by the common people, a garment for the upper body called 'Hitatare' was designed.
  486. Based on the kinds of shell and their distribution, it is believed that the entire area used to be the bottom of a lake or pond during the Ice Age roughly 200 to 300 thousand years ago.
  487. Based on the last words, SOGA no Emishi thought that Empress Suiko had planned to enthrone Tamura no Miko, then put him forward as the next emperor of Yamato (Japan).
  488. Based on the legend of Yoshitsune, he is described as a hero who was rational and perfect for a sho (commander) of an army.
  489. Based on the materials used, the tabi are classified into textile ones, such as tabi made of cotton, and knitted ones, such as those made of tricot.
  490. Based on the materials, it is supposed that clothes for both female and male were separated into two parts for the upper half of the body and the lower half of the body.
  491. Based on the membership of a special technician with an unusual talent
  492. Based on the mention of wani of the sea, existence of river wani is suggested.
  493. Based on the meter, the da-chi was officially defined as a third meter (about 33.3 centimeters) in 1929.
  494. Based on the method called Tendai contemplation, he is said to have conducted various harsh ascetic practices.
  495. Based on the myth that Daruma's arms and legs became rotten from sitting in the Zen sitting meditation of facing the wall for nine years, the Daruma-doll was created.
  496. Based on the notion of sovereignty written in "Bankoku Koho," the relationship was ambivalent and was not able to be explained by reasons.
  497. Based on the occult image of onmyoji in the Heian Period that turned Onmyodo into a religion and incantation, various original works exaggerating their superhuman quality and uniqueness have been created.
  498. Based on the official denomination of the lines
  499. Based on the philosophy of Yin and Yang, the Yin of cherry blossoms and the Yang of the picnics are complementary.
  500. Based on the policy of Ryoto tetsuritsu, the next Crown Prince was to come from the Jimyoin line.
  501. Based on the power of the Taira family, the Satake clan later took part in the scrambles.
  502. Based on the practice of the hanzei law of Oan, provincial constables disfranchised half of the manors and lands under the control of the feudal government virtually, thereby resulting in the gradual demise of manors.
  503. Based on the preceding religious precepts, it was established principally as the rules by which to maintain group life, which were suitable for the Zen sect organization that had established the self-sufficiency system, which was exceptional for a Buddhist organization.
  504. Based on the principle of kanzaidoitsushi, the route for a regular train ticket in one direction cannot include both a Shinkansen line section and a section on the regular railway in parallel with the Shinkansen line section.
  505. Based on the principle of universal priesthood, executive position is regarded as a role, not a post.
  506. Based on the principle that all things are in flux and nothing is permanent, it is believed that lives are destined to die out eventually and transmigrate to another world (or the same world) regardless of the world to which they transmigrated.
  507. Based on the program called Shoten, the idea of giving one more zabuton (traditional Japanese cushions used to sit on the floor) to a performer that gives a good comical response and the use of a flip chart and prop, etc., have become common.
  508. Based on the rank of her husband Shigemori, Keishi was referred to as Dainagon Naishi no suke (secretary of the major councilor) or Dainagon sanmi (but the time frame for being awarded Junior Third Rank is unknown).
  509. Based on the reason mentioned above, for those who should have been a member of kahanshu, front line duty meant degradation.
  510. Based on the reciprocal usage agreement, ICOCA can be used in the following interoperable areas with Suica, TOICA and PiTaPa.
  511. Based on the regulations, tax was collected.
  512. Based on the remains and tradition, he seems to have been one of the major gokenin, whereas his personality and achievements are widely unknown.
  513. Based on the report by the committee, the following year, the bills of railway nationalization and acquisition of private railways were submitted to the Imperial Diet, but the bills did not go through the Diet.
  514. Based on the report, some people support the opinion that the Buraku originated from the Medieval Period.
  515. Based on the request data on the NDL-OPAC, the materials will be taken out from the stack room; however, it takes about 20-30 minutes before a user can collect the requested materials because enormous amounts of materials are taken out of the extremely large stack room.
  516. Based on the research mentioned above, the Tenno-ryou-hitei work project at the end of the Edo period mistakenly concluded that it was a joint Mausoleum of Emperor Temmu and Emperor Jito.
  517. Based on the result of DNA testing, it is deemed as a mutant strain of Sake yeast kyokai No. 7.
  518. Based on the result of kenchi, "kokumori" (the estimated yield from the land per "tan" [the old Japanese unit of land area]) was calculated in each village, and then, the following items were entered in kenchi-cho for each parcel of paddy, field, and residential area of the village.
  519. Based on the results of DNA studies on the bones of Jomon man, it is known today that Jomon man resembled the indigenous people of north Siberia.
  520. Based on the results of kodencho and jukocho, actual handen (allotting farmland to farmers) was performed, however, the descriptions in kodencho gradually became untrue as Handen Shuju ho (law of rice field allotment system) was emasculated.
  521. Based on the results of seismic-resistance evaluation conducted in the previous year, executives of Yoshida dormitory requested in February to include the renovation cost of dormitory's dining room in the presidential discretionary budget of the academic year 2006.
  522. Based on the second article of the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties, the precincts of Kiyomizu-dera Temple were additionally designated as a National Treasure along with the structure of the Hondo main hall on September 1, 1993.
  523. Based on the sentences 'his nose is about 98 cm in length, and he stands about 212 centimeters tall,' Sarutahiko is considered to be the original model of Tengu (a long-nosed supernatural creature).
  524. Based on the shape of the burial mound and the contents of the unearthed relics, Taichiro SHIRAISHI and others have indicated that Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus is of the oldest class of keyhole-shaped tumulus.
  525. Based on the spirit of mercy of Buddhism, Hidenin Temple was built for the salvation of the poor and orphans.
  526. Based on the standard of 1.5% metropolitan area, Kyoto City is part of the 'Keihanshin (Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe) Metropolitan area.'
  527. Based on the statement made by this man, Tajiro NAKAJIMA (23 years old), the police arrested Motoyoshi IWANAGA (23 years old) who was in the waiting room at Kamogata station.
  528. Based on the story above, she is worshipped as a deity of eternal youth and immortality.
  529. Based on the story that Tsukuyomi killed Ukemochi no kami (the god of whole grain) with a sword in "Nihon Shoki," this god is generally considered to be male; however, there is no description in "Kojiki" or "Nihon Shoki" that determines the gender of this god.
  530. Based on the study of painting and handwriting style described above as well as the tenseness in drawing of chest and sleeves of male poets, it is estimated that the Satake version hand scrolls were made in the mid-Kamakura Period in the 13th century.
  531. Based on the sutras of Esoteric Buddhism that were established in India around the seventh century, these two mandalas both visualized the world view and the world of spiritual enlightenment in Esoteric Buddhism.
  532. Based on the tale above, the horse and the girl became the god of sericulture with two bodies, one with the head of horse and the other with the head of a girl.
  533. Based on the tax collection right, the right to judge criminal cases, and the right to promote farming, all of which were entrusted by zuryo, these samurai grew into local lords.
  534. Based on the testimony given by a former Mimawarigumi member Nobuo IMAI, it is alleged that Sasaki assassinated Ryoma SAKAMOTO and Shintaro NAKAOKA of the Tosa clan at Omiya in Kyoto in 1867 (the Omiya Incident).
  535. Based on the theory, there is speculation that Kageharu TOYAMA, Kageyuki TOYAMA's son, might be the same person as Mitsuharu AKECHI and Mitsuharu AKECHI might be Hidemitsu.
  536. Based on the thirteen cap ranks, the extra ranks were made by dividing the middle ranks.
  537. Based on the tradition, Genji Kuyo was started in order to hold a memorial service for Murasaki Shikibu because she had authored a fictional story, the Tale of Genji, which could confuse readers, and fell into Hell after her death.
  538. Based on the type of heat source, hot springs are divided into volcanic hot springs whose heat source is underground magma of volcanoes and non-volcanic hot springs which are not related to volcanoes.
  539. Based on the various existing books, it has been confirmed that the law code had been revised and enlarged in Bunmei (1469 to 1486), Eisho and Taiei era (1504 to 1527).
  540. Based on the will he had left, he was cremated in the Ushigome Hosen-ji Temple; his remains were sent to Bansho-ji Temple in Yamakawa of Shimosa Province and buried there on April 30, 1731.
  541. Based on the words of Emperor Tenchi that says 'the law established and promulgated as a permanent code that should not be irreversible,' it is referred as Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten (Irreversible Permanent Code/ Ireversible Eternal Code) in academic society.
  542. Based on the writings of "mokkan"-strips of wood used for writing during the Heijo-kyo (Heijo Palace) period, the notations of Yamashiro no Kuni as 山代国 and 山背国 seem to have coexisted with 山城国.
  543. Based on their examination result, they were given land and property rights in the form of the grant of holdings or the appointment to the posts of jito (military estate steward), manor manger, and governmental officer.
  544. Based on their own will, Imperial Princesses, Princes, and Princesses who are over the age of 15 can renounce their Imperial status through the approval of the Imperial Household Council (Clause 1, Article 11 of the Imperial House Act).
  545. Based on their shape, Senko is categorized into commonly-used stick-shaped Senko (綫條香 in Chinese), coil-shaped Senko and bamboo Senko.
  546. Based on these Buddhist scriptures, Nichiren blamed founders of other sects such as Shingon Sect or Ritsu Sect, and claimed superiority of his own sect.
  547. Based on these Buddhist scriptures, Nichiren criticized the progenitors of other sects such as the Shingon sect and the Ritsu sect and insisted on the superiority of his own school.
  548. Based on these Buddhist scriptures, Nichiren stated the following.
  549. Based on these Shinto rituals, it has been used as a season word symbolizing summer and winter in haiku and tanka.
  550. Based on these achievements, he was awarded a fief of 300,000 koku of rice at Kasugayama of Echigo Province (Niigata Prefecture), transferring and being promoted from the previous fief of 180,000 koku at Kitanosho in Echizen Province (eastern part of Fukui Prefecture).
  551. Based on these authorities, Shugo sent Shugotsukai (messenger from Shugo) to shoen and koryo, starting to requisition tansen, army provisions and laborers.
  552. Based on these backgrounds, so far it is considered important, to prevent desertification, to take measures centered on planting tress in deserts and improving farming methods.
  553. Based on these circumstantial evidence, it seems the truth about the so-called seizure of Nagurumi-jo Castle remains to be unknown.
  554. Based on these concepts, Emperor Godaigo is depicted in the story as an emperor who lacks virtue, although Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA argued in his historical complication, the 'Dai Nihonshi (History of Japan),' that Godaigo, who aimed at direct imperial administration, was in fact very orthodox.
  555. Based on these descriptions in the Shoso-in archives, the construction work seems to have been completed in April or May 741 as shown in the documents.
  556. Based on these descriptions, it has come to be considered that Amenonuboko, that is Amenosakahoko, is on the ground.
  557. Based on these descriptions, some insist that the author of the tale was a person belonging to the Inbe clan, and others point out the relation between the author and the Sanuki-Inbe clan.
  558. Based on these events, he led his clan and sided with the Retired Emperor Sutoku at the Hogen War in 1156.
  559. Based on these facts, it is impossible to assume that the Hojo clan were the great Gozoku in the Izu Province in the lineage of TAIRA no Naotaka of the Kanmu-Heishi and had greater influence than other armed groups in Togoku.
  560. Based on these grounds, supporters of "the Nirvana Sutra" argue that the original meaning of the paragraph in the sutra is that those who have not studied the sutra have something left to learn.
  561. Based on these historical backgrounds, it is believed that spaghetti and ketchup, which were then not yet part of the Japanese diet at home, were used for cooking to suite the tastes of US troops.
  562. Based on these historical sources, the Imperial Court is deemed to have existed in the present Hokuriku and Tohoku Regions at that time, which was backed up by the warlords taking the side of the Southern Court.
  563. Based on these incidents, the author created a drama containing a complicated story.
  564. Based on these information, Okano points out the possibility that Tomomasa HIRAGA and the Ike family including TAIRA no Mitsumori attempted to get the remnants of the Taira clan to raise the rebellion for expanding their powers.
  565. Based on these investigations, it is supposed that particles of kosa are cohered clay particles or comparatively large mineral particles to which clay particles are stuck.
  566. Based on these legends, a stone monument with inscription by Iesato TOKUGAWA is built at Shizu no Iwaya.
  567. Based on these materials, there are many theories argued even at present, and it is no longer possible to reach a settlement.
  568. Based on these old traditions, Ioto no miya that was the home of the both princes is believed as the birthplace of Momotaro today.
  569. Based on these opinions, byogi (ministerial meeting held at the Imperial Court) decided Tadashige's banishment to Iyo Province and Kiyohiro's imprisonment.
  570. Based on these points, some scholars have suggested that the dead persons were placed in the wooden coffins covered with silk cloth before they were buried.
  571. Based on these relative locations it can be seen that rituals may have been performed that were intended for resurrection and rebirth.
  572. Based on these religious perspectives, Japanese people think 'we should not speak ill of the deceased.'
  573. Based on these results obtained and applying the technologies for Moha-90 series electric train-cars, JNR developed in 1958, the limited-express type 181 series JNR electric train-cars (later 151 series) for the 'Kodama' trains, a limited-express on the Tokaido main line.
  574. Based on these theories, it is advocated that the imperial line is not an unbroken line of male-line.
  575. Based on these theories, some view "the Narrow Road to the Deep North" as a report that describes the inside of the Sendai Domain, not a travelogue.
  576. Based on these things mentioned above, the author could have been MINAMOTO no Shitago, MINAMOTO no Toru, Henjo, KI no Tsurayuki, or KI no Haseo, but it is impossible to say for sure.
  577. Based on these traditions, Kiyomizu-dera Temple recognizes Gyoei as the originator, Enchin as the Kaisan (founder of temple as the first chief priest), and Tamuramaro as the Hongan (promoter).
  578. Based on these, Tokugo UCHIDA speculates that natsume may be derived from a kind of lacquered containers for medicine as well as a "yaro" tea caddy.
  579. Based on these, dissatisfaction toward reform previously mentioned created the base of the Jinshin War and there is a leading theory that the cause of the Jinshin War was the dispute regarding the succession to the Imperial throne since Emperor Tenchi's era.
  580. Based on these, it is said that Mokugyo-daruma is a fictive specter drawn by synthesizing Mokugyo and Daruma under the theme of sleeplessness.
  581. Based on these, the Shugo gained the two rights to intervene in disputes between warriors in the province, and to enforce the law.
  582. Based on these, the theory maintains that Kiyomasa Kato kept a senior vassal's surrender a secrete and saved the Harada family by decreasing his salary significantly.
  583. Based on these, there are 景宋本 which was included in "四部叢刊三編" (Shanghai City Commercial Press, 1935) supplemented by books printed in Sung which belonged to other lines and its 重印本 (Zhonghua Book Company, 1960).
  584. Based on this achievement, he took over reigns of the Isshiki clan and became a provincial constable of Tango and north part of Ise provinces.
  585. Based on this adaption, Kurosawa's "Rashomon" (film) was released in the following year of 1950 and Shinobu HASHIMOTO made his screenwriting debut.
  586. Based on this agreement, water quality tests and other surveys have been conducted.
  587. Based on this anecdote in the Konjaku Monogatari-Shu 'The monument to FUJIWARA no Nobutada' was established in Sonohara, Achi-mura, Nagano Prefecture, which is near the Misaka Pass.
  588. Based on this anecdote, Kukurihimenokami is regarded as a deity of match-making since she reconciled Izanagi and Izanami.
  589. Based on this anecdote, Shaka Nyorai and Taho Nyorai were made in pairs or as seated statues of Shaka Nyorai and Taho Nyorai sitting next to each other on one pedestal.
  590. Based on this anecdote, an amulet of a white fox with a sickle in its mouth is sold in Tanzanjinja Shrine.
  591. Based on this assistance he provided, he was granted Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's warrant as a merchant.
  592. Based on this background, Udon noodles have been utilized as a regional resource for revitalizing the region since 1994.
  593. Based on this belief, the term "Yamanokami" is used by married men to refer to their wives in order to turn down invitations to drinking parties.
  594. Based on this belief, therefore, many suggest that Yashiki-gami may have originated from ceremony sites established in mountains or forests near homes to worship ancestors.
  595. Based on this claim, the government passed a large-scale budgetary program, a so-called 'ten-year program for the Development Commission', on August 19, 1871, which earmarked as much as 10 million yen for ten years.
  596. Based on this classification, he challengely stated as follows.
  597. Based on this concept, it can be said that the late dynastic nation system was established corresponding to the start of national taxation (for example, Ikkoku heikinyaku [taxes and labor uniformly imposed on shoen [manor] and kokugaryo [provincial land] in a province).
  598. Based on this date, it is as if either Akae didn't proceed to Tsukushi Province or he returned to the Capital in a short period.
  599. Based on this definition, the term 'wafu' is attached as the affix of the name of a dish with features that is 'a dish generally eaten in Japan' + 'using a cooking method originated in a foreign country.'
  600. Based on this description, one theory states that this crime desecrates the ceremonial place for a divine service with filthy matters like excrements.
  601. Based on this description, one theory states that this crime violates the sacredness of a divine service (or the preparation for the service); another theory states, on the other hand, that it only refers to skinning and slaughtering the livestock.
  602. Based on this description, there is a heretical explanation that questions the genealogy in the Kojiki and Nihonshoki.
  603. Based on this discovery, umami-chomiryo (chemical seasoning) AJI-NO-MOTO seasoning was made.
  604. Based on this draft, Ito, Inoue, Miyoji ITO and Kentaro KANEKO had further discussions at Ito's villa in Natsushima (Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture), and completed the Natsushima draft.
  605. Based on this experience, earthquake-resistant measures, such as reinforcement of elevated bridges, have been taken.
  606. Based on this experience, he later wrote a novel "Minami no shima ni yuki ga furu", in which he depicted soldiers who recalled their homeland upon watching 'snowfall' on stage.
  607. Based on this fact, there is a theory that the legends of Emperor Jinmu described in "A Record of Ancient Matters" and "Chronicles of Japan" reflect some historical fact.
  608. Based on this figure, rhombic bibs used for babies and toddlers all over Japan were also called 'Kintaro.'
  609. Based on this fuku-shoji, the torii-shoji (kamoi-shoji) was devised to move in two directions by drawing on the two grooves of kamoi and threshold, and it led to the original form of present day 'fusuma' and was called fusuma-shoji (衾障子 or 襖障子).
  610. Based on this idea, the belief that Miroku's ship came from the Eastern sea spread along the coastal areas of the Pacific Ocean, which can be seen as a style of the Miroku Odori dance (弥勒踊り).
  611. Based on this idea, the descendants honor the achievements of the deceased, recall their virtues, and thereafter respectfully worship the soul of the deceased at soreisai (ancestral rites) such as anniversaries, Obon (Buddhist festival of the dead) and spring and autumn equinox.
  612. Based on this idea, there comes a theory that the words '豊 ---; Toyo ---' found in "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), as well as '豊の国; Toyo Country' - the ancient name of northern Kyushu - might derive from '臺與; Toyo'.
  613. Based on this interpretation, Tachibana concluded that Sanshoku suinin indicated Nobunaga's victory over the Imperial Court which it was unable to veto.
  614. Based on this judgment, it became definite that Motoya would leave the Nohgaku Performers' Association (refer to the section of Motoya IZUMI).
  615. Based on this kyozo, Ienari constructed in 1134 Shokomyo-in and hozo (treasure house) at the Toba Palace.
  616. Based on this legend, Yoshitsune-jinja Shrine was constructed in 1799 at Piratori of Hidaka, Ezo (present Biratoricho, Hokkaido).
  617. Based on this legend, a monument to commemorate Tametomo's landing on the Ryukyu islands was built in 1922.
  618. Based on this legend, many steam baths were later built, and were known as hot spring resorts, mainly for the Court nobles after the Middle ages in Japan.
  619. Based on this lesson, study of cold weather protection gear and winter time training began, after the Sino-Japanese war.
  620. Based on this lore, there is the former Hakuto-jinja Shrine in Hajimomoi, Yazu-cho, and there is also a Hakuto-jinja Shrine in Ikeda and Fukumoto.
  621. Based on this method, he composed 'Chidori no kyoku' (song of the plover), 'Haru no kyoku' (song of the spring), 'Natsu no kyoku' (song of the summer), 'Aki no kyoku' (song of the Autumn), and 'Fuyu no kyoku' (song of the Winter).
  622. Based on this myth, Hakuto-jinja Shrine enshrines white rabbit, which is considered as a matchmaker deity that brings about marriage to a specific person instead of bringing about marriage with someone in general, and it is considered to have the benefit of realizing a matchmaking with a particular person in mind.
  623. Based on this opinion, there is a theory that Tsunayoshi was only a little more than 130 centimeters tall because of a hormone disorder.
  624. Based on this order, people who took against Kagetora were made rebels, and he gained a legitimate reason to fight the Takeda clan.
  625. Based on this ordinance, the corporation thus assigned is called the 'management body' of the concerned important cultural property.
  626. Based on this phrase, MATSUNE named the magazine he was editing 'Shibugaki' (Astringent Persimmon).
  627. Based on this plan, the Setagawa-araizeki Barrage was upgraded, and Amagase Dam over the Yodo-gawa River, Takayama Dam (initially Tsukigase Dam) over the Nabari-gawa River, and Muro Dam (initially Udagawa Dam) over the Uda-gawa River were built.
  628. Based on this point of view, gekokujo is now generally understood as the phenomenon caused by this practice of shukun oshikome.
  629. Based on this political belief of him, however, the Kansei Reforms were implemented to control the sake production, and the Production Restriction Decree of Sake Brewing to One-third in the Tenmei Era and other restriction measures continued to be in effect.
  630. Based on this principle, Aikikai, the mainstream faction, is dismissive about matches.
  631. Based on this regulation, the first designation of such land as an important cultural property was done in 1976; together with the building of a private house, the site was designated as an important cultural property.
  632. Based on this report, the NDL is considering the institutionalization of a project to collect websites transmitted in Japan at a pace of approximately once a year, being automatic and non-selective, and to preserve and make available such websites under a certain restriction.
  633. Based on this report, the three prefectures and Hokkaido Works Administration Bureau were reorganized into the Hokkaido government which was under the Ministry of Home Affairs on January 26, 1886 and the three prefectures went out of existence.
  634. Based on this research, some people believe that some sort of historical evidence was reflected in the tradition of Emperor Jimmu in Kojiki and Nihonshoki.
  635. Based on this stipulation, the cabinet (Japan) enacted an ordinance (Ordinance No. 376, 1996) to establish the day for commemorating the National Foundation Day.
  636. Based on this story, gorinto (a gravestone composed of five pieces piled up one upon another) and a memorial monument were built on a mound, which is called Komatsu-zuka Mound, near the Yakkan-gawa estuary.
  637. Based on this success, Yoshitsuna was appointed Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and reassigned as kokushi of Mino Province.
  638. Based on this system, a whole Kokudaka (crop yield) was calculated using these measurements.
  639. Based on this theory, Saicho also deemed that other Buddhist scriptures were inferior to Hoke-kyo Sutra and criticized Nanto rokushu (the six sects of Buddhism which flourished in ancient Nara).
  640. Based on this theory, it is said that the characters of 擬宝珠 (giboshi) were later used to replace the original 葱帽子 or 葱坊主 pronouced as giboshi and indicating the head of a leek.
  641. Based on this theory, pictures or statues showing the scene in which Monju Bosatsu visited Yuima-koji were produced.
  642. Based on this theory, the descendent of the Nagatomi family erected a statue of Kannami's wife (Zeami's mother) in Ueno City (Iga City today) in 1975.
  643. Based on this theory, the description that the natsume appeared in a tea book "Genryu Chawa" (tea book written by Chikushin YABUNOUCHI) in the Genroku period, as derived from a wooden hikiya canister owned by chajin (master of the tea ceremony), has also lost its credibility.
  644. Based on this thesis, "Study history: Jinshin War" by Ryosaku HOSHINO detailed the studies up to modern times and is the most important literary work today.
  645. Based on this thought, during the chuin period, those involved are supposed to cherish the memory of the deceased, think about 'life and death,' discipline themselves, and seek Buddhism.
  646. Based on this viewpoint, the Urban Employment Area (10% commuter area [more than 10% of its population commuting to a central city]) has separately specified the Osaka urban area, Kyoto urban area and Kobe urban area (relative urban area).
  647. Based on this work, a trading card game "Cho-Senji ryakketsu" was also created.
  648. Based on this, 'draft constitution' was made twice (in October 1876 and in October 1878), but it was not adopted, because the Central State Council savaged it.
  649. Based on this, Ienaga was an older brother of Hirotaka, who is thought to have been Jiro Hirotaka SHIHODEN instead of Saburo SHIHODEN.
  650. Based on this, Imperial Princes and Princesses, who had the empress as the mother, are called kisaibara.
  651. Based on this, a variety of Kyoso-hanjaku were practiced.
  652. Based on this, it can be considered that there is some influence of folklore on the shishi lions for device services.
  653. Based on this, it is evident that one car per household is almost a given.
  654. Based on this, it is said that Ashura was exiled from Tenkai in Buddhism and the world of Asura (fighting demon) was added between Ningenkai (Human world) and the world of hungry spirits.
  655. Based on this, some doubt the accuracy of "Rangaku Kotohajime."
  656. Based on this, some people view sengoku daimyo as being sengoku-period shugo.
  657. Based on this, some view that this was the result of inducement of profit by the wealthy or large temples rather than by farmers.
  658. Based on this, the 'Kishu Japanese Plum's Association' set June 6 as the Japanese plum day.
  659. Based on this, the Otsu Prefectural Government ordered the abolition of Hogon-ji Temple, making it a shrine and naming it 'Tsukubusuma-jinja Shrine' as was in the list of Engishiki Jinmyocho.
  660. Based on this, the fabric for the empress's clothing worn during the enthronement ceremony have been fixed as a combination of white karaginu and omotegi in greenish color since the Taisho Period.
  661. Based on this, the patterns are printed with various pigments and gold and silver paints added, a tool called a silk sieve is used when the paints are moved to the printing block.
  662. Based on this, the three goddesses descended to their respective places where they exist today, and where they are worshipped.
  663. Based on this, there are some schools of thought that posit the idea of a Warring States period Shugo.
  664. Based on those records, it is clear that FUMI no Jokaku fought in the Jinshin War supporting Oama no Miko and that FUMI no Furumaro was his son.
  665. Based on those references, some scholars think it appropriate to see the meaning of Wa unknown.
  666. Based on traditions of Kamigata Kabuki, his characteristics were realistic art without sticking to the patterns and he was an actor who had unique charm in his carriage and taste (elegance).
  667. Based on uncompleted manuscript submitted to Chongshi, text of translation was elaborated by four persons, Shimeng HE, Dawen LI, Wei ZHANG, and Jingrong GAO, but the result was such that was commented as "Meanings of sentences are ambiguous" and it had too many problems to published as it was.
  668. Based on various documents, it is most plausible that she was Yoritomo's younger sister.
  669. Based on various kinds of records, Osamu SHINODA positioned it as 'foreign food originating from the southern area' of China (which means the Han race here), that is to say, food imported from Southeast Asia.
  670. Based on various records, sake breweries equipped with 10 sake pots or more are considered to have been subject to tax, and probably 100 mon was imposed on each sake pot.
  671. Based on written records, excavation and research, and presumption that it was founded after Yamanakagoe (a local road) from Omi and Fukasakagoe (a mountain path separating Fukui Prefecture and Shiga Prefecture) were united, recent study shows that Hikida, Tsuruga City is the most likely location.
  672. Based upon his detailed and extensive knowledge about the people of the old which he accumulated through reading of old books, MIMURA began writing biographies.
  673. Based upon scientific measurements, the construction date of mizu-shiro (castles on lakes or marshes for defensive reasons) was ninety years earlier than the construction date in mentioned in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), which was even earlier than the main body of Dazai-fu.
  674. Based upon the Law governing the Protection of Intangible Cultural Properties, it has been published in the representative list of "human's intangible cultural properties," and in fact, it has already been decided to be the first intangible world property to be registered in September, 2009.
  675. Based upon the ideas of 'Busha,' 'Kisha'' and 'Dosha,' it is easy to understand the character of schools.
  676. Based upon the influence of the Kanadehon Chushigura (The Treasure of Loyal Retainers), it is a commonly accepted myth that his debauchery was a ruse for deceiving the Kira and Uesugi families.
  677. Based upon these facts, some comments about her conduct as being anti-war lacks consistency or she converted depending upon the tendency of the times by changing her sentiment.
  678. Based upon this background in posterity, both families, the Shibukawa clan and the Ishibashi clan were called 'goikke' (head and branch family of Ashikaga), and received exceptional treatment.
  679. Based upon this report, Hakuchi was adopted as a new name for the era.
  680. Basement: library, storage, machinery room, and mechanical parking lot
  681. Basement: material sorting rooms, research rooms of the Paleological Association of Japan, Inc.
  682. Bases
  683. Bashaku (porters who used packhorses)
  684. Bashaku (shipping agents who used horses) ikki
  685. Basho
  686. Basho MATSUO
  687. Basho MATSUO (1644 - November 28, 1694) was a haikai (seventeen-syllable verse) poet from present-day Iga City, Mie Prefecture in the early Edo period.
  688. Basho MATSUO also left some Haiku such as follows.
  689. Basho MATSUO composed a haiku, 'Omoshirote yagatekanashiki ubunekana' (I was interested in ubune, but gradually became sad).
  690. Basho MATSUO left a verse 'The mausoleum has long been desolated and covered with squirrel's-foot ferns and I wonder what the ferns remember,' when he stopped over at this place.
  691. Basho MATSUO settled in the precincts in the Genroku era (period from 1688 to 1703), establishing the Genju-an hermitage to live in.
  692. Basho MATSUO started as a haikai poet of the Danrin school, but gradually he produced his own style of haikai on ordinary things with a basis in traditional Japanese poetry.
  693. Basho MATSUO stayed in Kyoto both from May to July of 1691, and supervised "Sarumino."
  694. Basho MATSUO was one of the Shinshichiro Todo family's retainers; he is thought to have served as a Kumishita (a person who serves under a Japanese military commander) of the Shikibu family.
  695. Basho MATSUO who published "The Narrow Road to the Deep North" in the Genroku era of the Edo period visited the place and thought of Sanemori.
  696. Basho MATSUO, Issa KOBAYASHI
  697. Basho MATSUO, a Haiku poet, loved this temple and people in the Konan district, and stayed there frequently.
  698. Basho MATSUO, the most famous haiku poet, wrote the following poem in the spring of 1688 thinking of the days during which he had served.
  699. Basho MATSUO, who appeared during the 17th century, then elevated haikai to a new level of artform.
  700. Basho Zuka (Basho Mound)
  701. Basho and Shomon Jittetsu-zu (painted by Nanbo): Kikaku, Ransetsu, Kyorai, Joso, Shiko, Hokushi, Kyoriku, Sora, Etsujin, and Sanpu.
  702. Basho and Shomon Jittetsu-zu (painted by Taiun): Kikaku, Ransetsu, Kyorai, Joso, Shiko, Hokushi, Kyoriku, Sora, Yaba, and Sanpu.
  703. Basho composed the concluding haiku of this travelogue.
  704. Basho denotes his Haigo as 'Hasewo.'
  705. Basho described in Kyoraisho, 'Without Soin as a forerunner, our Haikairenga would have still maintained the style of Teitoku MATSUNAGA.'
  706. Basho left Edo on May 16, 1689 with his disciple Sora KAWAI and traveled to Ogaki City, Gifu Prefecture through Tohoku and Hokuriku regions.
  707. Basho sometimes used 'Bashoan Tosei' as his Haigo in his later years.
  708. Basho stayed at Izumiya (inn).
  709. Basho subsequently sent Sora who was suffering from stomach trouble home first whereby they went separate ways from this point.
  710. Basho swept the yard of the family temple of Izumiya as a token of gratitude for their hospitality.
  711. Basho used it for expressing apprehension about passing a mountainous area on the way going from a village in Iwate to another village in Mogami.
  712. Basho used the word 'ki' (ki no kotoba) (words of the seasons) in other occasions.
  713. Basho was deeply moved by Yoshinaka's life and he expressed his desire before his death to be buried next to Yoshinaka.
  714. Basho was the core of Shomon (Basho School) Haikai, and he traveled to various parts of the country to spread 'Shofu' (right style) with deep thought over the nature and human life.
  715. Basho's aim of the journey was to visit the grave of his mother who had died the previous year; he and Chiri left Edo and traveled on the Tokaido (East Sea Road) to Ise, from where they set out for Iga Ueno to Yamato Province, Ogaki in Mino Province, and Nagoya.
  716. Basho's character in other countries than Japan
  717. Basho's disciple, Kyorai, mentioned the following words of Basho in his "Kyorai's Notes."
  718. Basho's disciple, Toho HATTORI, described this kyakkan shasei in "Sanzoshi" (The Three Books on the opinions of haiku) as 'creating a poem just as the composer feels either through sight or sound, that is the truth of haikai.'
  719. Basho's haiku
  720. Basho's pupils gathered in appreciation for his long arduous journey.
  721. Basho's style of haikai (seventeen-syllable verse) was completely changed during his trip to the Tohoku Region.
  722. Basho, who had died in Osaka, was buried beside the tomb of Yoshinaka according to his dying wishes.
  723. Basho-zuka Kofun Tomb
  724. Basic
  725. Basic Data
  726. Basic Data of Juo.
  727. Basic Definition
  728. Basic Definitions and Academic Theories
  729. Basic Education Law and School Education Act
  730. Basic Form
  731. Basic Holidays
  732. Basic Ideas
  733. Basic Information
  734. Basic Information: Emperor
  735. Basic Recipe
  736. Basic System
  737. Basic data
  738. Basic design for castle construction is called nawabari (castle plan; general term for the layout of a castle and its component structures) or keishi and the most important element is arrangement of Kuruwa (walls of a castle).
  739. Basic fare
  740. Basic fare system
  741. Basic ideas of national polity
  742. Basic knowledge
  743. Basic painting tools
  744. Basic playing techniques enable the production of all notes within the western 12 tone scale.
  745. Basic practice of Katatagae
  746. Basic production method (honjozo [authentically-brewed], koikuchi soy-sauce)
  747. Basic relishes are scallions, wasabi horse raddish and seaweed, which are three items that go well with eel.
  748. Basic species
  749. Basic structure of taikodai
  750. Basic terms
  751. Basic tuning is as follows.
  752. Basic unit (tsubo)
  753. Basic way of tying
  754. Basically '0774' (for Uji message area (MA)) except for the following:
  755. Basically Azuma Kagami is a historical material of great value, but it has some parts missing over a three year period around the time of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's death.
  756. Basically Haniwa's body is hollow.
  757. Basically a player won when he/she moved all stones to the inland (the inner board).
  758. Basically all the sects of Shinto have originated from the Ancient Shinto, and include the folk beliefs that other religions syncretized, the Shrine Shinto, and the Imperial Household Shinto.
  759. Basically chari should be refrained from since it often breaks the mood of the performances for evoking rather a malicious laugh.
  760. Basically current tsukesage is not supposed to be a formal dress because of the lack of eba-moyo and kamon.
  761. Basically during the early morning, they start from Nara, Kizu, but except for these, departures and arrivals are at Doshishamae, Kyotanabe, and Matsuiyamate.
  762. Basically hold directly by hand and bring to the mouth, but using chopsticks is recommended for those of rectangular rounds in a boxed lunch.
  763. Basically it has a stick shape with a grip in the center, and spear-shaped edges at the top and the bottom of the grip.
  764. Basically it has been a savory food, but at present, there is a number of variations in flavors such as wasabi, curry and kimchee.
  765. Basically it is distilled only once, so the original taste and flavor of the ingredients are characteristically kept.
  766. Basically it is the combination of one kanji (Chinese character) and the character '宮/Miya' (Imperial prince/princes).
  767. Basically it refers to flipping a chabudai and all the tableware and food on it suddenly in the middle of dinner.
  768. Basically it was built in accordance with the traditional construction method, but the door, renjimado and other items were made by techniques from the Asian Continent, especially China.
  769. Basically jochu were divided into two; one working for the Shogun, and the other was for Midaidokoro, but the name of the positions were almost the same.
  770. Basically kneading transparent candy, blowing air into it and gradually whitening it, they do basic coloring with food red and round it like a golf ball and put it on a tube-like thing.
  771. Basically lower-grade spirits and animal spirits can respond to a human, but cannot enter inside the body.
  772. Basically ohenro san (pilgrim), who visits the Shikoku's eighty-eight sacred places, wears Shiro Shozoku, which is called Hakue.
  773. Basically one tayu chants the whole story, describing scenery and performing many characters, but in a long story he may be replaced by another tayu in the midst of the performance.
  774. Basically the contents are unknown and more valuable than the actual total price, therefore customers can expect it as a kind of gamble on how useful and valuable are the contents they can get.
  775. Basically the criterion to determine whether a stone was a stone tool or not is to check whether there is a use-wear or not.
  776. Basically the soup is not seasoned other than the above.
  777. Basically they are Osaka style, but among them, there are some shops which basically serve Hiroshimafu-okonomiyaki or monjayaki.
  778. Basically they run between Matsuiyamate and Nishiakashi, but during the rush hour some run to Shijonawate and Hanaten.
  779. Basically, 'Shomyo' (intoning or chanting the name of the Buddha) and 'Nenbutsu' are two separate words.
  780. Basically, 1,000 samurai of the Aizu clan were stationed in Kyoto and took turns every another year.
  781. Basically, Daigaku-ryo's students lived in school dormitories, where they were given lectures.
  782. Basically, Daimyo and Shogun passed Jomon only to their heirs so, authority, value, and the necessity of Jomon were strengthened along with the increase of the number of Kae-mon (as bellow) which were allowed to be possessed.
  783. Basically, Hanetsuki is played by two players on a one-on-one basis.
  784. Basically, Norito is created every time when a rite or festival is convened, but it is often the case that for certain kinds of rites and festivals (for example, "Hatsumiyamode" (Rite of passage for the new born) and wedding ceremonies), the same Norito is used.
  785. Basically, Platform 1 and 2 are used.
  786. Basically, Shogun's concubines were selected from the churo (a lady-in-waiting) for the Shogun.
  787. Basically, Udon noodles in Hong Kong and Taiwan are virtually the same as those in Japan, although the soup broth is slightly modified to local tastes.
  788. Basically, a general on a horse aimed at his arrows at enemies on his left.
  789. Basically, a geyujo was issued at the site of the office concerned.
  790. Basically, a wide variety of fillings can be contained in the manju, and manju baked on an iron-cast pan such as Momiji manju has many varieties in particular because it is easy to stuff manju with filling.
  791. Basically, awa manju is made by hand and in some shops, you can see pastry cooks making awa manju in sake cup-shaped molds.
  792. Basically, buses managed by Uji Tawara Management Office and Uji Management Office used to run between Iwayama and Shin-Tanabe, (called the Tanabe Route at the time) and not-in-service buses directly headed for the Uji Bus Garage.
  793. Basically, daruma dolls have been painted red from ancient times.
  794. Basically, diners at Tenka-ippin shops are able to choose between two types of ramen soup, 'kotteri' or 'thick' (they sometimes call it 'stamina' at shops in Nagoya and other places) and 'assari' or 'plain.'
  795. Basically, each domain was responsible only for the expenses, and the Shogunate sent officials to supervise Fushin.
  796. Basically, egg allergy tends to show serious symptoms, and an egg-allergic patient cannot eat tamago kake gohan.
  797. Basically, gimei is often used within the school with close technical relationships (immigration, training, descendant, etc.).
  798. Basically, high-ranked nobles were regarded as grown up at the age of 14 or 15, and as elderly after 40.
  799. Basically, in each country, there were many cases in which shugo daimyo that was appointed by the Muromachi bakufu were transformed into sengoku daimyo.
  800. Basically, in fact, daikan were so busy that most of them could not even find time to think about the evil conducts as written above.
  801. Basically, in kobudo one shisho rarely put Isshi Soden into action, but often trained a number of shihan (however, the art higher than a certain grade are sometimes transmitted to only family members or close relatives.)
  802. Basically, in the daytime the train operates at an interval of less than 10 minutes, while during rush hours the operation interval is capped at 20 minutes.
  803. Basically, it aimed to encourage the children of retainers of the domain to study the doctrines of Zhu Xi and swordplay thoroughly.
  804. Basically, it had the characteristics of an aristocratic Buddhism for the Imperial Court and the Fujiwara clan.
  805. Basically, it is considered that Inugui is against eating manners in Japan.
  806. Basically, it is given to close blood relatives of Emperor Keitai and the descendants of the subsequent emperors and princes.
  807. Basically, it is same as charcoal contained in deodorizers for home-use refrigerators or black powder in cigarette filters.
  808. Basically, it is similar to dorayaki (pancake sandwiching azuki-bean paste in between).
  809. Basically, it was a big honor to start the "kickoff."
  810. Basically, it was demarcated as 'kaidori,' a full length outer robe as winter wear, hitoe as spring and autumn wear or summer wear, and katabira as mid-summer wear.
  811. Basically, it's an unmanned stop, but it becomes a manned stop in the weekday mornings and on busy weekends.
  812. Basically, kezuriko consists of several kinds of dried fish powder, but occasionally, it comes from a single dried fish.
  813. Basically, mentsuyu is made by adding sugar, soy sauce, and soup stock to mirin (or sake) that has had its alcohol content reduced by heating.
  814. Basically, miko tie back their dark hair using the combination of a danshi (quality Japanese paper), mizuhiki (colored string made of paper) and a takenaga (paper for ornament) (this method of tying the hair is called emotoyui), and may wear kamoji (false hair) to make her hair look longer.
  815. Basically, mirin (sweet cooking rice wine) (or sake [Japanese liquor] and/or sugar), and soy sauce are used for seasoning, and if desired, red pepper or sesame is added.
  816. Basically, more rapid trains are operated than local trains between Amagasaki and Takarazuka, thereby resulting in the polarization of incoming and outgoing passenger patterns between the stops for local trains and rapid trains.
  817. Basically, no shogun was a complete dictator nor a complete puppet of the cabinet officials (other than when the shogun was very young), and there was a system in place whereby the shogun had the final say on issues discussed by cabinet officials (mainly senior councilors, "roju").
  818. Basically, observation is different from experiment in the way that it does not manipulate the object.
  819. Basically, one kouta group consists of a shamisen player and a singer, and occasionally, there exists another shamisen player of kaede (the accompanying melody), uwajoshi (the higher range melody), or sagarijoshi (the lower range melody).
  820. Basically, one was appointed to a government post according to his court rank, which was called kanisoto sei (the ranks of the bureaucracy system).
  821. Basically, only one Hari-sen is used to slap the shakudai and kendai (book holder).
  822. Basically, pets do not share the same butsudan with human beings.
  823. Basically, real maikos in Gion are trained not to show their teeth to their customers (when they smile or eat).
  824. Basically, regarding the formation of makurakotoba, the opinions presented after Origuchi have been modifications of Origuchi's opinion.
  825. Basically, since ryugi is established in the iemoto system in arts (the system of licensing the teaching of a traditional Japanese art), refer to the articles relevant to the iemoto system for information about fields of arts which include ryugi.
  826. Basically, soup broth in the Kansai region is flavored so that customers drink it to the last drop as if they were drinking clear soup.
  827. Basically, temae-saho (serving manners) of each of the three Sansenke schools are similar, but following are some differences that can be noticed even by non-professionals.
  828. Basically, teriyaki dishes of fish and meat are cooked using the same method.
  829. Basically, that space was arranged by installing tatami mats in a room in Shoin-zukuri style (a traditional Japanese style of residential architecture that includes a tokonoma).
  830. Basically, the Empress did not often appear for convenience although she attended various ceremonies the same way as male emperors do.
  831. Basically, the Imperial side (the Imperial Family, the Imperial Household Ministry, and the Office of the Minister of the Palace) and the administrative side (the government) could not interfere each other.
  832. Basically, the Soroku position evolved into that of Furegashira (post dealing with orders and negotiation arising from the jisha-bugyo) of the Gozan-ha.
  833. Basically, the breeze-enjoying floor is mainly for enjoying the cool evenings; but in May or September, one can also enjoy the coolness of the daytime as well.
  834. Basically, the cars are from the JNR/JR Commuter Train Series 103, but some are from the JR Suburban Train Series 221.
  835. Basically, the competitor who continues to hit the target will win.
  836. Basically, the following routes were used:
  837. Basically, the following terms are jargon used among sushi chefs, and are not used by customers, but, some jargon like Toro (fatty tuna) and Gari (slices of ginger pickled in sweetened vinegar) are already used as a general noun.
  838. Basically, the game is designed so that a player gets a low score when he or she knocks down the pillow (may get minus point depending on school), and gets a high score when he or she is able to form a shape which looks fine and difficult.
  839. Basically, the god looks like a dirty old man, thin and pale, and appears with a sad expression and an uchiwa (round fan) in his hand.
  840. Basically, the hide of a female cow which has given birth several times is considered to be the best, however, for a big drum, a bull's skin might be used.
  841. Basically, the higher the amino acid level is, the deeper the taste with umami is.
  842. Basically, the mechanism of a somato is the same as that of shadow picture play.
  843. Basically, the method of cooking is to heat a little oil in a frying pan, stir-fry the chicken until it gets brown, then add the other ingredients.
  844. Basically, the museum is open during class hours.
  845. Basically, the rice malt which is produced from barley, soybean, rice and so on by a method similar to that of making soy sauce is immersed in salted water which is not so much as in soy sauce and matured.
  846. Basically, the samurai was given a chigyo (fief, or estate of land) from his Lord and was obliged to do military service in return.
  847. Basically, the screen is 72.72 cm in hight, 92.4 cm in width (one side), 17mm in thickness, upholstered with white torinoko paper (stout smooth paper), with lacquered black edge; this type of screen is called the Rikyu style.
  848. Basically, the side drum is played only during a grotesque scene when a departed spirit or a devil appears and apart from that, only flutes and big and small hand drums are used (with the big drum initiating the rhythm).
  849. Basically, the status conferred this way almost identical with that of the foot soldiers (with the exception of 'Ichiryo-ippiki' (goshi senior Hosokawa clansmen) and upper-rank rural based samurai).
  850. Basically, the structure is divided into two parts: 'Annual' where annual events per month were lined up from January to December and 'Temporary' where descriptions are given about the events that took place on a temporary basis.
  851. Basically, the three major metropolitan areas including the national capital region, the Kinki region, and the Chukyo region have more medium-size cars than compact cars; however, in an exceptional case, Kyoto City and Wakayama City have a fifty-fifty split when it comes to taxis.
  852. Basically, the train is eight cars long in the Takatsuki and Miyahara sections, and seven cars long in the Akashi section.
  853. Basically, the train is operated so as to be connected with a Limited Express 'Kinosaki (train)' at Fukuchiyama Station.
  854. Basically, the train is seven cars long, with four adjunctive cars (the trains are basically seven cars long, but four more cars can be attached).
  855. Basically, the train uses Keihan Electric Railway Series (KERS) 8000 & KERS 3000 rolling stock, and during the morning rush hour the KERS 9000, KERS 6000 and KERS 7200 are also used.
  856. Basically, there are three big basins having different rivers; the Kameoka Basin, the Yura (Fukuchiyama) Basin and the Sasayama Basin, separated from each other by mountains.
  857. Basically, there were Otoshiyori to Seii taishogun (literally, "the great general who was to subdue the barbarians") and Otoshiyori to his wife.
  858. Basically, these battle formations were reflected in the positioning of troops above sonae.
  859. Basically, these days in Kyoto, people other than samurai cannot find a way to survive for just one day.
  860. Basically, this is rolling stock modified from the JNR/JR Limited Express Series 485, which was introduced when the Kitakinki operation was launched.
  861. Basically, this method of walking zigzag assimilates a dipper-like shape of the Big Dipper but there are other versions in which walking to assimilate the alignment of 9 stars of kyukyuhakka or drawing figures on the ground by dragging a foot while walking.
  862. Basically, this position was granted to someone selected from the children and brothers of a feudal lord.
  863. Basically, this type of product employs a different production method than the previous two, but they have the same purpose of extracting the soup stock in a short time.
  864. Basically, this type of train is directly connected to the Nara Line or Kashiwara Line and is operated all day in the sections between Kyoto Station and Kintetsu Nara Station, Tenri Station or Kashiwarajingu-mae Station (a few trains of this type go to Yamato-Saidaiji Station, Kintetsu-Miyazu Station or Shin-Tanabe Station).
  865. Basically, this type of train is operated except for daytime hours.
  866. Basically, two persons wearing a sumo wrestler's belt stand on a dohyo in the shape of a circle with a diameter of 4.55 meters (15 shaku) or a square, and they wrestle with each other to fight to the finish.
  867. Basically, use large scale maps such as 1/25,000 scale maps issued by Geographical Survey Institute.
  868. Basically, when warming sake, no water is added (including hot water).
  869. Basically, you should refrain from conversation while you are eating.
  870. Basically, zabuton have a long history originating in the items used as symbols of power.
  871. Basics
  872. Basics of Yamauchi school swimming are swimming oblique side and treading water.
  873. Basil Hall CHAMBERLAIN (British)
  874. Basil Hall Chamberlain translated the lyrics for Kimigayo.
  875. Basil Hall Chamberlain translated this National Anthem of Japan.
  876. Basilica of Bom Jesu (Goa Province, India)
  877. Basilica of St. Francis Xavier (Dyersville, Iowa)
  878. Basin municipalities
  879. Basin: Omi Basin
  880. Basin:Fukuchiyama Basin, Toyooka Basin
  881. Basing himself at this temple, he held several meetings such as Shiju-hachi ko (48 religious association), Shaka ko (religious association of Shkyamuni), Shibu ko (literally, religious association of four parts), and gave people lectures about the Hokke-kyo Sutra (the Lotus Sutra).
  882. Basis
  883. Basis for taxation varied at different periods, such as sake brewing kokudaka and sakekabu itself.
  884. Basketball
  885. Bassaku, bakkei (punishment with a Zen stick)
  886. Basshi, Dora (a gong)
  887. Basuji
  888. Basyaku
  889. Bat
  890. Batabata-cha (Toyama Prefecture)
  891. Batabata-cha in Toyama Prefecture is also included in areas other than Shikoku region.
  892. Batches of materials including 11 Buddhist stole-like pattern dotaku and 3 running water-like pattern dotaku
  893. Batches of materials thus designated have been in reference to the following people: Choei TAKANO, Rinzo MAMIYA, Ryoma SAKAMOTO, Toshimichi OKUBO and Tomomi IWAKURA.
  894. Bates College
  895. Bath and Carlsbad, well-known as the town of hot spring currently, have developed as health resorts and there are hot spring hospitals and nursing homes at present.
  896. Bath house (Kokakudai); Tsuketari corridor
  897. Bathing facilities for customers visiting the hot spring for only the day are elaborate; for example, the indoor baths are made of natural wood with the Japan Sea viewable, and bamboo forests can be seen from the outdoor baths.
  898. Bathing in cold spring water
  899. Bathing in hot spring water with insensible temperature (34-37 degree Celsius), Bathing in tepid hot spring water 37 - 39 degree Celsius)
  900. Bathing in tepid hot spring water/long time bathing
  901. Bathing patterns
  902. Bathing within time-limits
  903. Bathroom: Available
  904. Bathtub surrounded by rocks: Crafted during the Kamakura period.
  905. Bato Kannon (horse-headed Kannon)
  906. Bato Kannon (horse-headed Kannon, also called Mezu Kannon), hayagriiva in Sanskrit, is one shape of Bosatsu (Bodhisattva) worshipped in Buddhism.
  907. Bato Kannon (the horse-headed Kannon) is mostly seen.
  908. Batsugoinshushin
  909. Battalion Commander: Kageaki KAWAMURA, Major of the Imperial Army (April -)
  910. Battalion Commander: Naobumi TATSUMI, Major of the Imperial Army
  911. Battalion Commander: Yasukata OKU
  912. Battalions and Troops
  913. Battari-shogi
  914. Battari-shogi is a term used to refer to foldable benches.
  915. Batter is made of several eggs (four eggs and a half cup of water) and the deep-fried coating will become thick.
  916. Battera
  917. Battera came to be known nationwide in these years, and is sometimes sold at sushi shops in regions other than Kansai.
  918. Batteries (except dry-cell batteries)
  919. Battle
  920. Battle Flag: Yuta KAWARABAYASHI, Second Lieutenant of the Imperial Army
  921. Battle aftermath
  922. Battle against Nobunaga ODA
  923. Battle against Yoshinaka
  924. Battle against the Southern Court
  925. Battle around Matsubase
  926. Battle around Takase
  927. Battle array
  928. Battle array is also called jindate.
  929. Battle at Makishima-jo Castle
  930. Battle at Shirahata-jo Castle
  931. Battle castle: Simple castle built as a temporary structure during field battles.
  932. Battle for Kyoto
  933. Battle in the Genpei War (Yashima and Dannoura)
  934. Battle in the Greater Imperial Palace
  935. Battle of Aizu
  936. Battle of Anegawa
  937. Battle of Chihaya-jo Castle
  938. Battle of Domyoji/Konda
  939. Battle of Fengtian
  940. Battle of Fubeyama (Mt. Fube)
  941. Battle of Funabashi
  942. Battle of Gassan Toda-jo Castle
  943. Battle of Hakusukinoe
  944. Battle of Hoji
  945. Battle of Ichi-no-tani and Death in Battle?
  946. Battle of Joto (Battle in the East of the Castle)
  947. Battle of Kanegasaki (the period of the Northern and Southern Courts)
  948. Battle of Kashii
  949. Battle of Kawarayama-jo Castle
  950. Battle of Komaki and Nagakute
  951. Battle of Koshu-Katsunuma and Yashu-Yanada
  952. Battle of Mifune
  953. Battle of Mimi-kawa
  954. Battle of Minatogawa
  955. Battle of Mount Kasagi and Akasaka-jo Castle
  956. Battle of Nyoigatake
  957. Battle of Okehazama
  958. Battle of Okitanawate
  959. Battle of Pungdo
  960. Battle of Rokukado
  961. Battle of Sekigahara
  962. Battle of Sekigahara folding screen'
  963. Battle of Sekigahara, the Siege of Osaka, the daimyo's alternate-year residence system in Edo (Sankinkotai), Laws Governing Military Households, military government, Shimabara Rebellion, and national isolation
  964. Battle of Shiraga-jo Castle
  965. Battle of Shizugatake
  966. Battle of Tenmokuzan
  967. Battle of Tennoji/Okayama
  968. Battle of Toba and Fushimi
  969. Battle of Toba-Fushimi
  970. Battle of Tsushima
  971. Battle of Ueki and Kitome
  972. Battle of Utsunomiya Castle
  973. Battle of Yalu River
  974. Battle of Yamazaki
  975. Battle of Yao/Wakae
  976. Battle of Yodo-Senryomatsu
  977. Battle of Yodo-gawa River Bank
  978. Battle of the Succession to the House
  979. Battle stories include the film "Kagemusha (film)" (Body Double), NHK historical dramas and TBS's televised drama "Sekigahara."
  980. Battle stories: those about fightings in the Warring States Period and the rise and fall of daimyo (Japanese feudal lords).
  981. Battle with Nobunaga ODA
  982. Battle with Shingen TAKEDA and Ujiyasu HOJO
  983. Battle with the Amago and Otomo Clans
  984. Battle with the New Government
  985. Battle with the Oda army
  986. Battledore racquets can be divided into those used for playing battledore and shuttlecock (a form of traditional Japanese badminton) and those used for decoration.
  987. Battles
  988. Battles against Uesugi and Takeda
  989. Battles against the Imagawa clan and Hojo clan
  990. Battles in Shiroyama, in Shigetomi, and in Murasakibaru
  991. Battles in the Besieged Shiroyama Castle
  992. Battles in the Bungo, the Mimitsu and the Nobeoka Areas
  993. Battles in the Kagoshima Area
  994. Battles in the Kogawa Area
  995. Battles in the Miyakonojo Area
  996. Battles in the Oguchi Area
  997. Battles in which Horakuhiya and Horakudama were used
  998. Battles of Tabaru Slope and Kichiji Pass
  999. Battles of Uto, Katashida, and the Midori-kawa River
  1000. Battles of Yashima and Dan-no-ura

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