; オンラインWikipedia日英京都関連文書対訳コーパス(英和) 見出し単語一覧

オンラインWikipedia日英京都関連文書対訳コーパス(英和) 見出し単語一覧

47 / 438ページ
データ総見出し数 437939

  1. Battles relating to the Korean Peninsula
  2. Battles which broke out in the Miyoshi family after Nagayoshi's death seemed to have an adverse effect on the family; after Nobunaga ODA's journey to Kyoto, the Kokujin-shu and the bakufu's hokoshu (a military post in Muromachi Shogunate), who sided with the Miyoshi sannishu, switched to the Nobunaga's side one after another.
  3. Battles with a large number of gozoku, such as the Kedoin clan, the Hishikari clan and the Kimotsuki clan, repeated day and night.
  4. Battles with diseases
  5. Battles with the Oda Clan
  6. Batto/kakke/hatto
  7. Bay
  8. Be aware of abnormal changes in the sky as I'm telling you over and over' (chapter 19 of volume Matsu)
  9. Be aware of abnormal changes in the sky.'
  10. Be aware of the dates of 8, because it is approaching.'
  11. Be aware that there is no parking space.
  12. Be careful if cherry blossoms bloom in winter.'
  13. Be careful not to grind them completely.
  14. Be careful not to have any resentments from those working under you.
  15. Be careful you don't become lost, because the park is so vast.
  16. Be creative with groupings
  17. Be eager to take the reins of the government
  18. Be empty, Tenmei.'
  19. Be patient, do jobs completely, act demurely, eat less and be broad-minded.'
  20. Be prepared.'
  21. Be surrounded by good conditions and environment
  22. Be that as it may, Kaoru couldn't forget the princesses of Uji and recalled Oikimi, Naka no kimi, and Ukifune while lazily looking at flying Kagero (mayflies) in the evening.
  23. Be that as it may, as fate would dictate, in February 1160, Tsunetane was ordered into exile in Shimofusa Province."
  24. Be that as it may, it was Emperor Konin who began to take a hostile policy toward the Emishi/Ezo.
  25. Be they wooden or paper tags, the words 'Be it known that a certain individual has killed this individual' were inscribed.
  26. Beach of Tsuruga in the beautiful autumn moonlight has the atmosphere of a surreal tale, compelling me to call it by its old name Tsunuga.
  27. Beach sandals popular in Okinawa are called shima zori (island zori).
  28. Beach silvertop
  29. Bead cans
  30. Beadroll
  31. Beads which are vulnerable to harmful insects, such as those made from Bo tree, must be kept in a paulownia box or treated with insecticide.
  32. Beaf stew and currey rice became popular at the same time, in sync with a trend that beef and potatoes, which are ingredients of both beaf stew and currey rice, became popular at home in Japan.
  33. Beams are made of shining white seashells, and bridges are made of agate.
  34. Bean curd
  35. Bean jam is koshian and rice cake, softer than shiratama dango (Japanese rice-flour dumplings), are prepared by pounding after being boiled.
  36. Bean jam is often used a s a filling.
  37. Bean paste ('an' or 'anko') is an ingredient in manju (buns filled with bean paste) and usually indicates azuki beans or other ingredients boiled with sweeteners or ingredients gelatinized with starch.
  38. Bean paste ('an') for cakes
  39. Bean paste was commonly flavored with salt in the past, but as the use of sugar became more widespread among people in modern times, sugared bean paste became the norm.
  40. Bean paste, soy sauce, mirin (sweet cooking rice wine), sake (Japanese liquor, etc.), and soup stock
  41. Beanbag Stone of Benkei (Engyo-ji Temple, Hyogo Prefecture)
  42. Beanbag, origami (paper folding), cat's cradle, sessesse (traditional children's song with hand performance), Lily-yarn, plamodel, and taketonbo (simple helicopter-like bamboo toy)
  43. Beans are thrown by maiko (apprentice geisha girls) dispatched from Kyoto on business.
  44. Beans are thrown by maiko girls.
  45. Beans in general:
  46. Bearers of Nohgaku
  47. Bearing a grudge against that, he killed Norikage in a Sumo ring on July 12, 1484.
  48. Bearing feelings of rivalry toward Kamakura, the Retired Emperor Go-Tobain who showed much enthusiasm for Waka ordered the compilation of "Shin kokin wakashu."
  49. Bearing in mind the fact that he presented his poems to several imperial princes and princesses, such as Prince Yuge, Imperial Prince Toneri and Imperial Prince Niitabe, some people do not think that he served a particular prince.
  50. Bearing upon this, Tetsunojo KANZE VIII argues that, Noh were originally completely impromptu performances and if the performers understood one another too much, it becomes a demerit.
  51. Beat (Hyoshi)
  52. Beat Takeshi mentioned that he was greatly influenced by "Tokyo Olympics" directed by Ichikawa.
  53. Beat eggs lightly (break the yolks with chopsticks or a fork to ensure that whites and yolks mix), and pour a small portion of the mixture into a greased skillet or other type of pan to cook.
  54. Beat mokugyo strongly at ●, softly at O and moderately at △.
  55. Beaten egg is added little by little.
  56. Beaten eggs
  57. Beaten eggs mixed with chopped leeks, shiitake mushroom, crab meat, and salt are stir-fried and put on steamed rice that is placed in a deep dish.
  58. Beaten eggs:
  59. Beater
  60. Beaters are used to play bass drums, dora, and triangles.
  61. Beautiful Sceneries
  62. Beautiful and clear luster
  63. Beautiful flowers of Rhododendron metternichii are seen in the rocky areas.
  64. Beautiful women are sometimes figuratively referred to as tennyo.
  65. Beautiful women paintings and genre paintings of manners and customs
  66. Beauty of kana-gaki
  67. Beaux Sejours
  68. Became Chiten no kimi
  69. Became Jiju.
  70. Became Kyoto shoshidai in 1825.
  71. Became Nakatsukasa no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs) in 947.
  72. Became Oban Gashira (Captain of the Grand Guard) in February 1866.
  73. Became Osaka jodai on August 24, in 1822.
  74. Became Prince Koreyasu.
  75. Became Sahyoe no suke (Assistant Captain of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards) in 1201 and in July the same year became a key member of Yoriuta Waka poetry establishment.
  76. Became Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines), and then the second consort of Emperor Horikawa.
  77. Became Yamato no kuni Chinbu-sotoku (general in charge of placating Yamato Province).
  78. Became a commoner and was granted the surname "Minamoto."
  79. Became a dance instructor at Yasaka Nyokouba School (Gion Girls' Art School)
  80. Became a disciple of the third Dohachi TAKAHASHI when he was 13.
  81. Became a member of the Japan Art Academy in 1982.
  82. Became a priest around 1411 and took the second name Yuaki SHAMI.
  83. Became a priest.
  84. Became a pupil of Akashi NAKAMURA, using the name Kamematsu NAKAMURA, he first stepped on the Kabuki stage at Kabuki-za Theatre in 1896.
  85. Became a pupil of Kimiko TSUMURA at the Hitotsubashi Kanze-kai while he was a university student and learned from Yoshiyuki KANZE (second) after graduation.
  86. Became an Okuzume (personal guards of shogun) in 1691.
  87. Became director of the Kyoto Nogaku Yosei-kai.
  88. Became jisha-bugyo on October 4, in 1817.
  89. Became monjosho on April 12, 896.
  90. Became roju in 1826.
  91. Became standing director of the Noh Association.
  92. Became the adopted son of Yoshisuke KUJO of the Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards) and became Kujo's heir.
  93. Became the earl and then the marquess after the Meiji Restoration.
  94. Became the feudal lord of Sagara, Totomi province, with a fief of 20,000 koku.
  95. Became the head of roju in 1834.
  96. Became the heir to his half brother who was 17 years older than him in March 1667.
  97. Because "Amida-kyo Sutra" is the sutra whose content is the teachings preached that Shakyamuni had taught, not the one in which Shakyamuni replied to the questions raised by disciples, it is called 'Mumon jisetsu kyo' (the sutra whose content is not questions and answers but the preaching of Shakyamuni).
  98. Because "Dai Nipponshi" (The History of Japan), a history book made by Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA, was finished with an account of unifying Japan in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (in 1392), Ida planned to write a sequel to the book and spent more than thirty years in completing it.
  99. Because "Emishi" and "Ezo" are expressed by the same Chinese characters, they tend to be confused with one another; however, these two must be distinguished accurately because the periods in which these peoples appeared are completely different.
  100. Because "Ikkyuu's Sayings" includes, in addition to IKKYUU's deeds, many characters and folk stories in which IKKYUU has been substituted for other monks, it cannot be called historically accurate.
  101. Because "Kanadehon Chushingura" became so famous, ever since the Edo period, proverbs related to Chushingura used the names of characters in this play more frequently than those of people who actually existed.
  102. Because "Seiryoki" was complete in 946, this document must have been complete in 946 or before.
  103. Because "Shui wakashu" (Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poems) also contains this poem, it is likely to be one modeled after Hitomaro, as many of Hitomaro's poems in the Heian Period and afterwards are.
  104. Because 'Datsu-A Ron' was included in the "Zoku Fukuzawa Zenshu (Vol. 2)" (The Continued Complete Works of Fukuzawa) (published by Iwanami Shoten Publishers) in 1933, Datsu-A Ron has been regarded to be an editorial written by Fukuzawa.
  105. Because 'he is the god who sheds light on heaven and earth,' some experts theorize that Sarutahiko was a sun god worshiped in Ise region prior to the popularization of Amaterasu-Omikami.
  106. Because 100 to 200 pieces were printed for a work at that time, huge numbers of Ukiyoe appeared in the cities and, unlike anywhere else in the world, high-quality works of art were very popular among ordinary people.
  107. Because 2005 is the 60th anniversary of the repatriation, several memorial events are planned to be held on and around November 7, which was the date the first repatriation ship arrived in the port.
  108. Because Amaterasu, sun goddess, hid herself the sun did not rise anymore, and this became a problem for the gods.
  109. Because Amenowakahiko stayed long and did not come back, Amaterasu and Takamusuhi asked again Yaoyorozu no kami if they should send somebody and ask the reason, then Yaoyorozu no kami and Omoikane answered, 'You should send a pheasant named Nakime.'
  110. Because Asagao is well known for her beauty and attractiveness, lady Murasaki can't help feeling uneasy, while Asagao keeps turning down Genji's marriage proposals.
  111. Because Baikei HIDAKA, a follower of Sanshu CHO, became an author of calligraphic school textbooks compiled by the state, the Yan style was used for textbooks in this period.
  112. Because Bodhi has no characteristics.
  113. Because Bodhi has the characteristic of empty space, and there is no one to comprehend it, nor is there any understanding of it.
  114. Because Buke Shohatto (code for the warrior households) prohibited daimyo (Japanese feudal lords) from installing sekisho privately, bansho served as sekisho, in practice.
  115. Because Bunrin SHIOKAWA adopted the techniques of Western paintings willingly, the painting style of the Shijo school changed in the Meiji period.
  116. Because Choei tended to be swellheaded for his brilliance, he was not popular with his peers, but they recognized him as the best Dutch scholar at that time.
  117. Because Chogin did not have a face value and was Hyodo kahei (currency valued by weight) and their Ryome needed to be weighed every time they were used, they were inconvenient, so they were used in the form of Hogin.
  118. Because Daikaku-ji Temple, after the death of the Retired Emperor Gosaga, remained the Gosho of Emperor Kameyama, his descendents were called Daikakuji-to (imperial lineage starting with Emperor Kameyama).
  119. Because Doshisha University calls its campus 'kochi,' Imadegawa-kochi is used as the title of this article.
  120. Because Edo was placed at the center of politics, many products and cooking methods in areas throughout Japan were gathered there, in addition to the occasions of Sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo) of daimyo (Japanese feudal lords).
  121. Because Emiko's elder sister, or SHODA's first daughter, is Michiko (of the Imperial Family), the Sumitomo Family is related by marriage to the Imperial Family through the Anzai and Shoda families.
  122. Because Emishi and Ezo (northerners) use the same Chinese characters (蝦夷), some people believe that the name 蝦夷 (Emishi) was a derogatory term and his real name was 毛人 (Emishi), but 蝦夷 and 毛人 do not refer to the same thing.
  123. Because Emperor Go-Toba was enthroned before the abdication of Emperor Antoku, there was an overlapping period of two years in which there were two emperors (between 1183 and 1185), until the Taira clan disappeared.
  124. Because Emperor Go-Toba was enthroned in 1183 and Emperor Antoku died in 1185, there was an overlapping period of two years (1183 to 1185) in which there were two emperors.
  125. Because Emperor Gomurakami (Noriyoshi) of the Yoshino Court stood up in front to distract samurai families, Emperor Kokoku (Morinaga) hid his position as the Emperor and fought in various places in the eastern side of Japan as Imperial Prince Morinaga.
  126. Because Emperor Gosai was enthroned between his brother-in-law and nephew, he couldn't leave his family line for imperial succession.
  127. Because Emperor Junnin ascended the throne as a second generation king, it became a custom to give the title of Imperial Prince to those after the second generation and make them an Imperial Prince.
  128. Because Emperor Nijo was brought up by Bifuku mon in, he did not have a close relationship with his father, Emperor Goshirakawa.
  129. Because Emperor Shijo had died on February 10, 1242 at the age of only 12, a crown prince hadn't yet been selected, so the choice of a successor took considerable time.
  130. Because Emperor Shirakawa promised that, if efficacious, he would be given as rewards whatever he wanted, Raigo who was an ajari (a master of esoteric Buddhism) of Onjo-ji Temple (Mii-dera Temple) continued to pray for the birth of a prince and accomplished it honorably on December 16, 1074.
  131. Because Emperor Shirakawa was his cousin, he was deeply trusted by the Imperial Court and served Emperor Horikawa as a trusted vassal, while his wife FUJIWARA no Mitsuko served as a wet nurse for the emperors Horikawa and Toba.
  132. Because Emperor Shomu and Empress Komyo finally ended up with no male children, Imperial Princess Abe, their daughter, was formally installed as the Crown Princess on February 6, 738, the first Crown Princess in Japan.
  133. Because Enjiro, Senjaku and Tsurunosuke were not sufficiently experienced, the only pure actors from Kamigata were Ganjiro and Mataichiro, his younger brother.
  134. Because Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei is called 'Sanmon gate' whereas Mii-dera Temple is called 'Jimon,' the conflict between them was termed 'Sanmon-Jimon battle' and so on.
  135. Because FUJIWARA no Fuhito played the major role in `the Taika Reforms,' only Fuhito of NAKATOMI no Kamatari's sons were granted the family name of Fujiwara.
  136. Because Fudoki (the description of regional climate, culture, etc.) was compiled by imperial order in around 713, it seems that the original text came into existence during the middle of eighth century at the latest.
  137. Because Fuke sect had been strongly connected with the Edo bakufu, the sect was dissolved by the government after entering into Meiji era in 1871, therefore the sect has been lost as a religious school.
  138. Because Fuke who had friendship with Rinzai Gigen in China in the ninth century is regarded as the progenitor, Fuke sect is also thought to be a school of Rinzai sect (Zen).
  139. Because Fuku was a woman she could not be driven away by the enemy, so she was raised by her maternal relative, the aristocrat Kinkuni SANJONISHI.
  140. Because Funori leaves starch only on the surface and does not reach deeply into the fabric, it is often substituted by animal gelatin, which deeply penetrates the fabric so as to prevent fine creases and is diluted for use with muslin, etc.
  141. Because Gennai had not become skilled enough in the language, he let a translating officer read in order to comprehend.
  142. Because Geta are wooden, a characteristic sound is made while walking.
  143. Because Gikai and Gien both belonged to the group of the Nihon Daruma sect, the conflict shouldn't be regarded merely as a conflict between the group under the direct lineage of Dogen and the group of the Nihon Daruma sect.
  144. Because Goshirakawa came to Enjo-ji Temple, became a patron and showed a conspicuous attitude with favorable treatment, the discontents were whirling at Enryaku-ji Temple.
  145. Because Goto did not mention that Taisei Hokan was Sakamoto's idea, some people criticized him for being an interceptor.
  146. Because Gyoki promulgated Buddhism in various places, mainly in the Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto), there are a lot of places associated with him in the Kinki region as well as other places.
  147. Because HIIN Tsuyo took up a new position as chief priest of a temple on Mt. Obaku, Sokuhi Nyoitsu received the ten commandments and became Shami (Buddhist novice).
  148. Because Heaven loves me and others equally, I will love others just as I love myself.
  149. Because Hidemasa could handle any task given to him, he was called "Master Kyutaro."
  150. Because Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI donated camellias (tsubaki), it is known as Tsubaki-dera Temple.
  151. Because Hideyoshi studied Noh under Yasuteru KONPARU (the sixty-second head), the Konparu school had played a pivotal role in official Noh performances, and it was sought after by local warriors as a method with official approval by the government.
  152. Because Hikone-jo Castle was too large for a daimyo with 35, 000 koku, the Bakufu ordered other daimyos for tetsudai bushin (a large-scale engineering work by federal lords under shogun's order) to build the castle.
  153. Because Hiromoto OE was also praised, his descendant, Munehide NAGAI, who was on Hyojo-shu (Council of State), and also Yoriai-shu (Tokuso's close group who decided politics) around 1300, is also seen as a possible compiler.
  154. Because Hitomaro was worshipped as the god of waka poetry and the god of protection at sea, he was politically purged by the Empress Jito and FUJIWARA no Fuhito.
  155. Because Hon-kudzu-ko is expensive due to its small production, various goods that have come onto the market include starch extracted from wheat, potato, sweet potato and others, even if they are labeled 'Hon-kudzu-ko.'
  156. Because Hongan-ji Temple still retained a force that would allow it to continue the battle for about a year at the time of the pacification in April, Nobunaga had to make significant consideration to avoid provocating the military power as much as possible.
  157. Because Hongan-ji Temple was declining in power when he was a child, he was sent to Nanzen-ji Temple as Kasshiki (postulant).
  158. Because Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's inauguration as Shogun and Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA's restoration of Imperial rule (Taisei Hokan) took place [here], it is a site that marks both the beginning and the end of the Edo Shogunate.
  159. Because Imakumano-jinja Shrine was built during the Eiryaku era (1331 - 1334), it became a temple to honor its honji-butsu (original Buddhist divinity).
  160. Because Imperial Prince Hachijonomiya Toshitada didn't have an heir son, in 1654, Yasuhito was adopted by Toshitada and called Wakamiya or Akomaro.
  161. Because Imperial Princess Reishi died in 1307, he became a priest (entering the Buddhist priesthood) at Ninna-ji Temple and was named Kongosho.
  162. Because Iori ICHIO, who was a disciple of Sansai, started the school upon receiving the permission from his master, it is also referred to as Ichio-ryu school or Ichio-ha group of the Sansai-ryu school.
  163. Because Ise-jingu Shrine is considered to be a special case, it is not included in the Beppyo jinja or in the shrine ranking.
  164. Because Issunboshi from Otogi Zoshi became famous, local folklores and stories involving little people also came to be called 'Issunboshi.'
  165. Because Iyo no kami was the highest position of zuryo that Shii (Fourth Rank) joro (high-ranking aristocrats) could be appointed, it appears that Goshirakawa properly evaluated Yoshinaka at that time.
  166. Because J-Thru was introduced jointly, there were some issues about sharing the same stations, as mentioned above.
  167. Because JNR DD13 diesel locomotives were not powerful enough for heavy work like hump work in a freight yard, JNR DD20 diesel locomotives were produced experimentally, and ended in failure.
  168. Because JR Group is now able to conduct business more freely due to privatization compared to the JNR era, many tenants are developing stores in yards especially of major stations in urban areas.
  169. Because Japan consists of several islands, fresh fish has always been readily available, and consequently the practice of eating raw seafood was continued.
  170. Because Japan limited its diplomacy with the West to the Netherlands due to the national isolation, Western studies were called Rangaku, the studies of the Netherlands.
  171. Because Japan's future defeat was written clearly the revelation, it helped prevent many hopeless soldiers from committing suicide.
  172. Because Japanese "Toshoritsu" has some missing parts, it is unknown if it included this regulation.
  173. Because Japanese cypress needs at least 200 years to grow tall enough to be logged, this is a far-reaching program where logging is expected to begin in 120 years (2125) and for it to be the main source of timber only in the 25th century.
  174. Because Josei was a monk, the influence of the Buddhism can be seen in the thought and terminologies of the Chikurin school.
  175. Because Kabuki was regarded as a medium for promoting the philosophy of loyalty (which leads to patriotism), it was severely suppressed.
  176. Because Kagefusa was the son of a concubine, he was always given the humbler seat than his brother Norikage ASAKURA (posthumous Buddhist name was Isen-sosho, the fifth son of Takakage) who was the son of Takakage's legal wife (Keishitsu Eisho), although he was older than Norikage.
  177. Because Kagutsuchi was a god of fire, Izanami suffered a burn on her pubic region in giving birth.
  178. Because Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area) and other areas nationwide followed suit, Edomae-zushi became dominant across the country.
  179. Because Kaneie wanted Prince Kanehito to ascend to the throne early, in June, 986 he and his second son, Michikane, concocted a scheme in which they abetted in taking Emperor Kazan from the Imperial Palace, and they retired him by making him become an ordained monk.
  180. Because Kanemitsu YOSHIDA who was the family head of the Yoshida suddenly ran away in 1525, his cousin Kanemigi succeeded to the family at the young age of ten.
  181. Because Kano visited a lady, Nishiki Dayu in a red-light house, Wachigai-ya very frequently, he fell into poverty, and started to rob and kill people on the street.
  182. Because Kanpei took the wallet in the dark from an unknown person, he is convinced that he killed his father-in-law and becomes upset.
  183. Because Kaoyo Gozen (the wife of Hangan) has seen the Emperor giving a helmet to Yoshisada while she was working at the Imperial palace, she is summoned in order to find Yoshisada's helmet out of many helmets, and she finds the helmet.
  184. Because Kasagake targets are more diverse, Kasagake is more difficult; however, it is less formalized than Yabusame and more entertaining.
  185. Because Katakiuchi was a duel, it was allowed for the target of the revenge, or the opponent, to act in self-defense by a counterattack; if the opponent killed the avenging party, this was called 'Kaeriuchi.'
  186. Because Katamachi Station also was located at 2-chome Katamachi, all of Kyobashi - Katamachi section was located within 2-chome, Katamachi.
  187. Because Kawai misused Shinsengumi's money for unknown reasons.
  188. Because Kawai's plot to carry out a rebellion was identified.
  189. Because Kazuko TOGUGAWA was the empress of the Emperor Gomizunoo, Kuniko was not given the title of emperor dowager even after the enthronement of her son, the Emperor Reigen.
  190. Because Kazunaga introduced gunnery to Kansai region, Kii Province, typically Sakai City, became a place of mass production of guns.
  191. Because Keihan Yamashina Station is close to Yamashina Station, passengers can't buy tickets to connect to the Keihan Keishin Line via Misasagi Station.
  192. Because Keiji Bypass and the Second Keihan national highway run in the vicinity of the site of this new city, it will become the important point for traffic.
  193. Because Kenko YOSHIDA set up his residence at Narabigaoka hill, where Ninna-ji Temple is also located, the work contains a lot of stories concerning the Ninna-ji Temple.
  194. Because Kimiya SONOIKE became another child considered to be Saneaki OGIMACHISANJO's own, it became a side line of Ogimachisanjo of the Kanin line.
  195. Because King Munseong was scared of Bogo JANG's military power, he could not decide to kill Jang but an expert swordsman called Yeomjang was contracted for Jang's assassination.
  196. Because Kintaro grew up healthy and became an excellent commander, people in the neighborhood used water of this waterfall for their first born.
  197. Because Kintomi died young with no heir, his younger brother, Norisue, inherited the line of the Imadegawa family.
  198. Because Kiyokado KANZE (23rd head of the Kanze family) had no legitimate son, he adopted Kiyohisa, a son of his younger brother, Kurosaburo KATAYAMA who had been adopted to Katayama family.
  199. Because Kiyokado passed away in August, 1870, he was brought up by Chika KOMATSU, a legal wife of Kiyokado, in Kagoshima.
  200. Because Kogai hairpins are worn in the base of hairdos, only one is used and, sometimes dispensed with entirely depending on the hairdo.
  201. Because Korean side was strongly opposed to it.
  202. Because Koshogatsu falls on the night with a full moon, people celebrate Koshogatsu at night by installing chochin (Japanese paper lanterns) and objects such as dragons containing lights (also referred to as lanterns).
  203. Because Kotaro SHIRAI ordered to make it from the book Saburo KAGA of Tokyo had in 1916, it is called 'Shirai-bon' (Shirai's Book).
  204. Because Kotoshironushi no Kami, who was a child of Okuninushi, has been syncretized with Ebisu, Daikoku-sama and Ebisu came to be believed as being a parent and a child.
  205. Because Kugonin were wanderers seeking places to collect raw materials for their products, to work on their products, and trade them, they were exempted from traffic taxes such as sekisen (tolls) and tsuryo and, therefore, they had the right to freely travel around the various provinces.
  206. Because Kukai (Kobo-daishi) had prayed for the peace of Japan, the safety of the Emperor and the prosperity of the people at the Imperial Palace in 834, it was held annually as a New Year event of the Imperial Palace.
  207. Because Kukai, the founder of the sect, emphasized Hannya Shingyo, various priests of this sect have written commentaries.
  208. Because Kumaraju put his own explanations and Buddhist scriptures that he remembered into his translation, it is likely that the prose part contains many of them.
  209. Because Kyoto City requests cooperation to exercise self-control over lighting such as neon signs and illuminations that day, if the day on which Sanga would host a home game fell on August 16, it coped with the request as follows:
  210. Because Kyoto City, the virtual center of the politic and economic, is located in the middle of the central and the southern part of the Prefecture and occupies 55 percent of the population, the Definition 4 or 5 is often used.
  211. Because Kyoto is located in a basin, people living there feel chilled to the bone particularly in winter.
  212. Because MINAMOTO no Sanetomo was his son-in-law, he also played the role of negotiator with the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  213. Because MIURA considered that the Southern Court of the family line of the Emperor Gomurakami was a false emperor assigned in Yoshino by the Emperor Godaigo for diversionary tactics, he insisted that this line was a Legitimate Succession of the Southern Court.
  214. Because Maizuru City has the aspect of an administrative center with various public and government offices, most of which are related to maritime affairs, the train is frequently used for business travel.
  215. Because Masaie was the feudal lord of the Minakuchi-okayama-jo Castle in Omi Province, he had close ties to Koga people, and there were some people of Koga County as well as people of the Tokugawa clan from Iga Province in the castle.
  216. Because Masakiyo's mother was Yoshitomo's foster mother, Yoshitomo trusted him the most as his foster brother.
  217. Because Masanari abandoned his post in1623, his properties were confiscated (later, becoming the daimyo of the 20,000-koku Maoka domain in February of 1627 (in the old calendar)).
  218. Because Masashige likely gave up several posts of the Kenmu Government shortly after the capture of Imperial Prince Morinaga, he is considered to have been an important samurai who served warrior-commanders of higher rank 'yoriki' of the Imperial Prince
  219. Because Masatora KUSUNOKI, who claimed to be a descendent of Masashige, petitioned through a donation that Masashige be pardoned from being named an enemy of the court, he was pardoned by order of Emperor Ogimachi in 1559.
  220. Because Masayuki eventually obeyed Hideyoshi, Nobushige stayed at Hideyoshi's side, and later he married his lawful wife, a daughter of Hideyoshi's vassal Yoshitsugu OTANI.
  221. Because Mii-dera Temple has been survived all these historical crises and restored every time, it is called 'Phoenix temple.'
  222. Because Mitsukatsu WAKEBE (the oldest son of Mitsuyoshi) died young, Mitsunobu, who was the son of Masakatsu NAGANO (the husband of Mitsuyoshi's daughter) and Mitsuyoshi's grandchild, came to succeed as an adopted heir.
  223. Because Mitsunao ASHIKAGA, head of Sasagawa Gosho (an administrative organization for governing Tohoku regions settled by the Kamakura bakufu in the Muromachi Period) was supporting the Kyoto side, the Shionomatsu clan acted as the liaison with Kyoto and arranged accommodation for envoys from the Shorgunate.
  224. Because Mitsunari governed wisely in Sawayama, he was beloved by his people; after his death, they set ksitigarbhas near Sawayama Castle to comfort his spirit.
  225. Because Miyama nishiki, which was heavily used in Ibaraki Prefecture, was weak in the prefectural environment in terms of its resistance to lodging and disease, it was developed to overcome those problems.
  226. Because Moriko in particular had been in possession of substantial estates of Sekkan-ke (the families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor), which she had inherited as the widow of Motozane, the former Sessho, the financial damages to Taira clan was tremendous.
  227. Because Moritane was killed, the main branch of the Chosokabe clan was cut off forever.
  228. Because Morosuke lived on Kujo Avenue and his highest office was minister of the right, there are various names for it such as "Diary of the Kujo Minister of the Right," "The Kujo (Ninth Avenue) Diary" or "Kyuki" (The Ninth Diary).
  229. Because Motofusa had sought retribution since he was deprived of the position of Kanpaku by the Konoe family, he considered it to be his chance and cooperated with Yoshinaka.
  230. Because Motohisa JIMYOIN fought on the Hideyori TOYOTOMI side and died in 1615 during the Sieges of Ozaka, the family faced the danger of extinction, but a distant relative, Motosada JIMYOIN (son of Motoie OSAWA, a vassal of the Tokugawa clan) succeeded the family line.
  231. Because Motohisa's child was too young, the former Dayu Sosetsu was retired in Hamamatsu, and other performers were acting separately, it was not possible to conduct rituals.
  232. Because Motonobu referred to himself as 'Echizen no kami' in his later life, he was given a priestly rank called 'Hogen' however, for posterity he has been referred to as 'Kohogen' or 'Echizen Hogen.'
  233. Because Muneie HOJO was called Tokuso at the time, the above political system is referred to as the Tokuso autocracy.
  234. Because Munetane left Shimousa Province, and also because it was in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, his honryo (main domain) in Shimousa Province was usurped by Munetane's younger brother, Tanemune CHIBA.
  235. Because Murasaki no ue is childless, Genji adopts a baby daughter of Akashi no Onkata for Murasaki no ue, and has her raise the child to be the future Empress ('Usugumo' (Wisps of Cloud)).
  236. Because Nagamasa KURODA who was the lord of the domain began suppressing Christians in 1613, he was driven out and went to Nagasaki.
  237. Because Nagamasa rejected all of the repeated requests for supplies of goods from Kazumasa, Kazumasa's military provisions ran low and finally surrendered to Oda side, which determined the course of the collapse of the Azai clan.
  238. Because Nagasaki was an area where Christians had been martyred, the priest えexpected that there might be hidden believers in Christianity, or that he might discover a believer among the Japanese visitors.
  239. Because Naotaka was glad to have avoided the rain, he later made a large donation to the deserted Gotoku-ji Temple in order to rebuild it.
  240. Because Naporitan was very easy to flavor with ketchup, it was often served at school meals, home, kissaten, and lunchrooms.
  241. Because Nichiryu was opposed to Getsumyo of Myohon-ji Temple over the issues of honjaku (the relationships between Buddhist deities and Shinto kami) and shoretsu (superiority of the essential section of the Lotus Sutra over the theoretical section), Honno-ji Temple was attacked by Getsumyo followers and he moved to Mii - Amagasaki in Kawachi Province.
  242. Because Nittani let Tokikane IWAMATSU inherit most of her territory in Nitta no sho (manor) that she inherited from Yoshikane for her life time, it is said that there was relatively little territory when Masayoshi inherited the family.
  243. Because Nobunaga recognized ability of Katsumasa, he did not blame the resistance against him and even gave Katsumasa additional territory and assured his territory (according to the 'Oda-Bukan' the territory was 60,000 koku crop yields.
  244. Because Nobunaga sent reinforcement to Tokugawa, the relation between the Takeda and Oda families broke and the engagement to Princess Matsu (11) was also canceled.
  245. Because Nobunaga wasn't favorable toward the Emperor's abdication, despite the above, it is considered that Nobunaga was inactive in regard to this development.
  246. Because Nobutada had no child as a successor, he adopted Nobuhiro KONOE (the pseudonym Ozan, 1599 - 1649) who was his nephew and the fourth prince of Emperor Goyozei.
  247. Because Nobuyori had turned traitor, it is possible there was no formal record of roles.
  248. Because Noguchi didn't leave any trace of escape after the purge of the Serizawa faction, it is considered that he didn't know the fact or he had no objection to the new organization under Isami KONDO.
  249. Because Norimune was working as a swordsmith in attendance, he was allowed to inscribe a 16-petal chrysanthemum, the crest that the retired Emperor Gotoba chose as the crest for his Imperial Throne.
  250. Because Norizane had high motive for Confucianism, it is described that he severely regretted that he betrayed his lord, Mochiuji, as a result, and tried to kill himself after Eikyo War ("Eikyoki").
  251. Because OE no Masafusa, who sued Yoshichika was a trusted vassal of the Retired Emperor Shirakawa, this seems to have been a deceptive ploy by the Retired Emperor Shirakawa.
  252. Because OE no Suemitsu (Suemitsu MORI), the fourth son of OE no Hiromoto, supported Yasumura MIURA who raised a rebellion against the Kamakura bakufu, the direct line of the Oe clan as samurai family declined.
  253. Because Ochikubo was ill-treated at home, she tried to make Ukon no Shosho marry another lady, but was persuaded by Tatewaki to give up.
  254. Because Oda's forces had not the power enough to confront Hashiba's ones, Nobukatsu made peace with Hideyoshi.
  255. Because Okikage didn't have a heir, senior vassals made a suggestion to Motonari that his son, Tokujumaru, succeed to the head of the clan.
  256. Because Oni appears in folk tales most often with gold or light brown hair and red skin, it is said that Japanese people who had never seen foreigners mistook pirates from Russia or other countries for monsters (as lightly pigmented skin turns red due to sunburn).
  257. Because Parkes dispatched the warship on April 5, 1868, according to the western calendar, it would certainly be March 13 on the old Japanese lunar calendar.
  258. Because Perry's squadron included a steamship, many associate the term "black ships" with steamships, but it also refers to the sail ships.
  259. Because Platform 1 on the side of the station building is the thoroughfare, trains that pass without stopping and trains which stop and don't pass each other or pass others, whether up or down, all go through Platform 1.
  260. Because Prince Okiyo and Sadafusa were at odds, Sadafusa forcibly excluded Prince Okiyo from the conferences held at the provincial office.
  261. Because Rakusaiguchi Station has already been completed other than Katsura Station of Hankyu Railway and another new JR station (tentatively JR Katsura Station) is scheduled to be established, it will lead to the gradual resolution of traffic inconvenience.
  262. Because Sadanji also made efforts, this program turned out to be extremely successful.
  263. Because Saeki was looking for the fact that Niimi was a spy of Choshu, he was lured and killed by Niimi.
  264. Because Saga was divided into the nobility territory and Monseki (a priest-prince) territory during the Edo period, a stipend which stood about 2,400 koku in rice was equally allocated to both.
  265. Because Saicho, who aimed to establish Tendai doctrine, was very busy, he frequently made his disciples borrow Buddhist scriptures from Kukai.
  266. Because Saneyori had preceded him in death, the family reins were passed on to Saneyori's younger brother Fujiyori.
  267. Because Sankakubuchi Shinjukyo Mirrors were discovered mainly in the Kinai region, many researchers advocating the Yamatai-Koku kingdom in the Kinai region maintain Himiko's mirror and many researchers advocating Yamatai-Koku kingdom in Kyushu region maintain the mirrors were produced in Japan.
  268. Because Sarutahiko guided the grandson of the sun goddess during tensonkorin, he came to be regarded as a god of roads and travelers and designated the same position as that of Doso-shin, Doso-jin, (traveler's guardian deity).
  269. Because Satondo had remonstrated with Mototsugu and angered him early on, his reputation in the Hagi Domain was not bad.
  270. Because Satoyasu was the very person who triggered the family dispute, it was unusual for him to receive a punishment; however, he was given hardly any punishment because Mitsunari spoke to Hideyoshi on his behalf.
  271. Because Shimonoseki City area, especially Ogushi Station southward, is included in the Kitakyushu Metropolitan Area (Kanmon Metropolitan Area), the number of services and cars per train increases in this area and the frequency of service is about once per hour.
  272. Because Shinto does not use Kaimyo (posthumous Buddhist names), the honorific titles such as '之霊,' '命,' '命霊,' and '霊位' are added to the end of surnames.
  273. Because Shirushinoyama had played a role as ido-shinza (mobile divine seat), it is now considered as the origin of current Dashi.
  274. Because Shoka and all the children of Kazan did not have children of their own, Kazan's family line was extinguished in the Meiji period.
  275. Because Shomyo was passed down by Kuden (handing down from month to ear), there was no musical notation.
  276. Because Shomyo was the act that Amida vowed in the Hongan (the Original Vow), it was a Shojo no go (a Rightly Established Practice), he argued.
  277. Because Shugen-do was established through the syncretization of Buddhism (mainly Mikkyo, or Esoteric Buddhism) with the ancient Japanese Shinto faith, Taoism from China and others, it is difficult to clearly discern why it prohibits women's entry to sacred mountains.
  278. Because Soetsu also died an early death at 40 years of age in 1895, the 11th generation head, Mutekisai Soya, was taken in by Omotesenke school, the family line was therefore again temporarily disrupted.
  279. Because Sohen had his own tea room in Honjo, he was often invited by Kira Kozuke no Suke to the tea ceremony at Kira's.
  280. Because Soji transcribed the book and gave the transcriptions to several disciples, about 10 transcriptions authenticated to be written in his own hand exist.
  281. Because Someiyoshino is much more likely to be seen along the streets than other types, disputes between enthusiasts have occurred continuously from the past in regard to its origin as to whether it's right or wrong, as well as in regard to people's likes and dislikes.
  282. Because Someiyoshino is propagated by grafting, it is theorized that since Yamazakura--the stock for grafting--rots, the center of the tree also rots and thereby shortens the lifespan.
  283. Because Sone had been a local officer, Tango no jo (Secretary of Tango Province) for a long time, he was called "So-Tango" or "Sotan."
  284. Because Sueto was adopted by MINAMOTO no Shigetoki, a descendant of Mitsumasa, he came to be called a descendant of Seiwa-Genji Mitsumasa lineage, but Sueto's father by blood is unknown.
  285. Because Sumiharu did not have any children with his wife, the successor of the Goto family had to be determined in camp.
  286. Because Susanoo?who had been instructed to rule Unabara (the sea)?kept crying, saying he wanted to go to the land of the roots (the land of Izanami), he was finally expelled by Izanagi.
  287. Because TACHIBANA no Hiromi lived in the Jogan era (around 9th century) of the Heian period, it may be assumed that Inoko mochi cakes were cooked as an item for an Imperial ceremony in Jogan era at the latest though the time of their origin is unknown.
  288. Because Tadanaga had no children, his younger brother, Yasukatsu SAKAKIBARA, became heir apparent and took over as the head of the family when his father Yasumasa died.
  289. Because Takaakira's house was on the side of Saikyu (west part of capital), which was unusual at the time, he was also known as 'Saikyu Sadaijin,' from which the book title was derived.
  290. Because Takakage had no children, the family estate was inherited by an adopted son Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA, who was a nephew of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and Hidekane MORI, Takakage's brother, who was also adopted, was cut off and started a branch family (later on changed his family name to Mori).
  291. Because Takakage's Kobayakawa clan and Motoharu's Kikkawa clan supported the Mori clan, which was their head family, the two clans were called Mori Ryosen.
  292. Because Takasaki City is famous for producing Daruma dolls, Daruma-shaped containers are used for a Daruma bento consisting of several small portions of food on cooked rice.
  293. Because Takauji was a relative of the Hojo family, he pleaded to save the life of Takanao.
  294. Because Takenobu died the following year, after which he was referred to as Gyokujuin, Osanobu changed his pen name Gyokusen he had used until that point to Seisenin, in order to avoid using the same Chinese charcter pronounced alike.
  295. Because Tametomo's small force was at a disadvantage in melee combat, he hit upon a way to intimidate the enemy commander Yoshitomo into withdrawing his forces.
  296. Because Taneyuki TO requested to spare the life of Taneyuki's grandchild (the son of Yasuhide and Taneyuki's daughter) in exchange for the military contribution, Hidetane's blood-related infants were also saved (the articles of June 11th and 17th, 1247 in "Azuma Kagami" [The Mirror of the East].)
  297. Because Tanyu had no child, he adopted Toun (Masunobu KANO 1625 - 1694), the son of Ryujo GOTO, a swordsmith.
  298. Because Tatsuhime died at the age of 32 in 1623, Heizo was brought into the residence of the Edo Domain from Joshu Odate Village and raised as Nobuhiro's heir.
  299. Because Tomonaga did not appear the next morning, a concerned Oii went to see check things when it became apparent what Tomonaga had meant when he had said 'Hold a memorial service.'
  300. Because Tonya (wholesale agents) according to the general meaning are purchasing and distributing according to their own decisions, they are not Toiya from a legal point of view.
  301. Because Toshiie carried the long and showy-made spear with a shaft being 6.3 m with him, and he was a military man who had made great achievements by a spear point in a lot of battles since his uijin (first battle), he was praised by another name Yari no Mataza.
  302. Because Tsukumogami brings not only good fortune but also misfortune, it is often expressed as a tale of apparition.
  303. Because Tsunehisa's son Masahisa AMAGO fell in battle, Masahisa's eldest son became Tsunehisa's successor.
  304. Because Uji Tea as well as Toganoo Tea came to be classified as honcha, the procedure of tocha became complicated.
  305. Because Ujikuni HOJO, a family member of the Gohojo clan, deprived the property of the Fujita clan, Nobuyoshi broke away from the Hojo clan and served as a vassal of Katsuyori TAKEDA.
  306. Because Watamaro was a general who had won many battles, he was trusted by the Emperor Heijo.
  307. Because Western music, particularly since the emergence of orchestral music, has been played in large spaces such as concert halls, the musical instruments were required to provide higher sound levels.
  308. Because Yamagata yeast was appraised in Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyokai, the development of a matching sakamai commenced.
  309. Because Yamashina Station is the only JR facility in Yamashina Ward, many passengers reach the station by bicycle; accordingly, underground bicycle parking areas located in Kyoto City have a capacity to accommodate nearly 2,000 bicycles.
  310. Because Yasutoki could not help but feel pity for the elder brother, he was kind to him and support him in his daily life.
  311. Because Yasutoki honestly conducted his duties as above, he was popular among the court nobles and the general public; thus there is an anecdote that travelers who took a break under a willow tree planted by Yasutoki thanked him.
  312. Because Yohei hated the pressing, he invented nigiri-haya-zuke (quintessential nigiri-zushi) so that sushi would be served just after it has been made.
  313. Because Yorinori joined Tenguto, Kounsai TAKEDA, who was originally against Tenguto's raising army, started acting with them.
  314. Because Yorisada's mother was a member of the Hojo clan, he spent his youth in Kamakura, where he devoutly believed high Zen priests and had a close relationship with Soseki MUSO among others.
  315. Because Yoriyoshi suspected ABE no Sadato, son of Yoritoki, of having attacked the camp of Yoriyoshi's forces, Yoritoki resolved to revolt out of love for his son and the Abe clan gained superiority in the ensuing battle.
  316. Because Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, for whom Doyo pushed, assumed the post of substitute kanrei, the conflict between the Shiba family and the Hosokawa family remained after Yoshimasa had come back to the shogunate government; this conflict led to the Koryaku Coup in the time of the third Shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  317. Because Yosaburo was unable to forget Otomi even for a moment, he was surprised to see Otomi, and also got angry to know that she became a mistress of someone.
  318. Because Yoshichika, known as a strong man was killed easily, people doubted the death and a person who called himself Yoshichika appeared one after another.
  319. Because Yoshihisa had no sons and Tadatsune's elder brothers Tsurujumaru and Hisayasu died young, he married Yoshihisa's third daughter, Kameju, and became a successor as the head of the Shimazu clan.
  320. Because Yoshimune thought that the steep rise in rice prices was caused by a commodity futures trading based on speculation, he temporarily suspended the futures market.
  321. Because Yoshimura reorganized the finance of the Sendai Domain, he was called 'Chuko no Meikun' (the Wise Lord of a renaissance) along with Tsunamura.
  322. Because Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, who was the Commander in Chief and the core of the conflict, deserted the army in the face of the enemy, the former Shogunate forces disintegrated and stopped fighting; each of the domains brought their troops home.
  323. Because Yoshinoya had not sold the beef in question to consumers thanks to its successful inspection scheme at the plants, it emphasized, 'Yoshinoya's gyudon is safe.'
  324. Because Yoshisada NITTA's army entered Echizen Province with Imperial Prince Takayoshi and Imperial Prince Tsuneyoshi at its head, after the Battle of Minato-gawa River, the war situation in Echizen grew intense.
  325. Because Yoshitane ASHIKAGA, who had opposed his father and reassumed the shogunship, had been driven out from Kyoto as a result of his confrontation with Takakuni HOSOKAWA, the kanrei (shogunal deputy), in 1521, Yoshiharu was supported by Takakuni to become the twelfth shogun.
  326. Because Yoshiuji was good at horseback riding, he run without falling even though his sleeve of armor was tore off, and there came a spy of Takatsukasa to block Yoshihide's way.
  327. Because Zaimoku Village was located at a strategic place along the road from Tanoura to Hitoyoshi, the 4th and 6th companies of the Hoyoku-tai troop placed watchmen there, and the troop guarded Onoguchi.
  328. Because \2,000 notes do not contain the lower part of the foreword which was written vertically, it is impossible to read it.
  329. Because a Noh play is centered on the protagonist (Shite), the Nohwaki, the musicians and the Noh jester (Kyogenkata) are generically called, "the three key characters (Sanyaku)".
  330. Because a Sho flute would be out of tune if the reed were to build up condensation, it is always warmed up between performances.
  331. Because a Tendai Sect monk was invited to serve as head priest and the fact that the temple precinct was previously the site of a temple named Renge-ji Temple, the newly rebuilt temple was given this name and devoted to the Tendai Sect.
  332. Because a bathtub is often designed to be situated in the center of the bathroom of a sento in western Japan, in most cases the sento has no painted mural.
  333. Because a component of umeboshi melts aluminum, it could also make a hole in the lunch box that has been used for many years.
  334. Because a cross section of L. religiosa is whiter than any other kelp, it is often processed to produce shredded tangle, such as "oboro-konbu" and "tororo-konbu."
  335. Because a dog has desires such as want, regret, and hate, a dog does not have the Buddha-nature.'
  336. Because a doma is treated as an outdoor place, even if descending to a doma temporarily, simple footwear such as sandals are put on.
  337. Because a flood brought driftwood to block water at its arched part and caused serious damages in the neighborhood in 1935, it was decided to rebuild the bridge again, and the present bridge was built in 1942.
  338. Because a full-fledged Legal Deposit System was introduced for the purpose of acquiring a comprehensive collection of materials published in Japan and compiling national bibliographies after the establishment of the NDL, as a rule all materials published in Japan have been stored within the NDL.
  339. Because a head of a family has rights as leader of a family, even relatives which have the same level of degree of relationship must follow the head of the family as long as they live in the same household.
  340. Because a jo is approximately 1.67 ken (=10/6 ken) (ken is a measure of length), one hojo is about the size of a four-and-a-half-mat Japanese room (being approximately 1.5 ken on a side).
  341. Because a kitchen and kamado have been believed to be the cleanest places in Japan, the common people came to believe in Kamadogami.
  342. Because a large area is required, there aren't many designated Kyudo dojo for long-distance shooting.
  343. Because a large number of houses were destroyed and carpenters and lumber dealers earned a tremendous amount of profits thanks to a booming restoration economy after the earthquake, there ware also prints that satirized this and show carpenters and lumber dealers thanking a catfish.
  344. Because a large number of ridges is used in this style, it is also called "yatsumune-zukuri style" (literally, eight-ridge style).
  345. Because a large number of vassals of each clan went to Edo leaving their families in their domains owing to sankin-kotai, warriors accounted for about half the population in Edo.
  346. Because a log cabin-style waiting room is installed on the Demachiyanagi Station-bound platform, which a train door of a one-man-operated train meets, the platform has no roof.
  347. Because a lot of Noh stages were burnt down due to war damage, Noh musicians, who had been practicing their own style of Noh performance exclusively from the other sects, united and began to practice jointly on the Noh stages that were left standing.
  348. Because a lot of forged gold and silver coins had circulated since the Edo period as coin casting technology was outdated and immature and they were used for trade settlement, a lot of complaints were made by foreign countries.
  349. Because a new road starting at Oyake has been built directly south of this road, the new road is now called 'Nara-kaido Road,' and the former road section is called 'Old Nara-kaido Road.'
  350. Because a peacock eats bugs and poisonous snakes like cobra, Kujaku Myoo was believed to do the 'pious act of removing plague or pain from people' and therefore became an object of faith.
  351. Because a queen ruled the country, it was referred to as a queen's country in Gishiwajinden.
  352. Because a raw egg cannot be refrigerated, tamago kake gohan was served for Antarctic Research Expedition as a special menu once a year.
  353. Because a real performance was reproduced regardless of the strolling guitarist's repertoires, it gained popularity in the bars.
  354. Because a specific quality is required, it is distinguished from typical food rice or general-purpose rice.
  355. Because a string tied in a bowknot can be easily untied and tied again, it is used for occasions of which repetition is preferable.
  356. Because a tei (or teishi) (pavilion) was placed in the pond, the place became called Teiji-no-in.
  357. Because a value between 0 and 500 is used for the air pollution index, with values of 300 or more considered 'serious,' this was the worst value recorded until now.
  358. Because a verse isn't merely a song but also includes the words, gestures and actions of the characters in a play, the dayu's narration sounds strong, something like the objective description of events.
  359. Because aburaage is popularly believed to be 'a favorite food of the fox,' people are accustomed to offering aburaage to the fox deities of local shrines.
  360. Because adjacent two trii share columns, the columns are not six but three.
  361. Because air masses which compose the baiu front has similar strength with each other, it becomes a stationary front that moves slowly between the south and north.
  362. Because alcohol causes one to drink more water and thus urinate, he/she may lack salt content in the body; as a result, one may feel that salt tastes good when drinking sake.
  363. Because alcohol is not absorbed from stomach or the bowel walls unless its temperature becomes same as the body temperature.
  364. Because all buses operated for this route have reserved seating, it is required to reserve a seat in advance for boarding.
  365. Because all of them except Otsugu died before the work could be completed, Emperor Junna ordered KIYOHARA no Natsuno, Naoyo-o, FUJIWARA no Yoshino, ONO no Minemori, SAKANOUE no Imatsugu and SHIMADA no Kiyota to continue the project.
  366. Because all of them were built during the same period and were temple architecture, they were built in Shoin-zukuri style basically, so that they were used as a tasteful daily room which incorporated free, light, easy and sophisticated designs while maintaining the elegance of Shoin-zukuri.
  367. Because all of these crimes are acts to do harm to the agriculture caused by a man, these crimes are considered to exist since the emergence of communities before the establishment of the nation.
  368. Because all the individuals are clones, it has low ability to acquire greater tolerance.
  369. Because all the local lords in the Oshu region had a close relationship each other through either blood or marriage, a territorial dispute hardly developed into a dead or alive conflict.
  370. Because all the relevant account books and debt bonds issued by military men from Choshu were burned away then, the truth of the incident was not clarified and the investigation ended with punishment of the accounting manager of the Ministry of Army Mamoru FUNAKOSHI.
  371. Because all waki (supporting actors) in noh are adult males in the present, they are performed in hitamen.
  372. Because an improved road is provided along Sanin Main Line corresponding to the elevation of the railway tracks, one can walk to the adjacent Emmachi Station.
  373. Because an organization logo is featured on karate uniforms in advance, the practitioner should purchase uniforms from his training hall (organization).
  374. Because ancestors are highly respected in China, the mausoleum has been regarded as the most important part of the house since ancient times.
  375. Because ango takes place during the summer having the rainy season, it came to be called geango (summer ango), or uango (rain ango).
  376. Because animal experiments show that miso prevents the incidence of cancer including lung cancer, and it is a traditional food which has been eaten for a long time; the toxicity of kojic acid is considered to have little effect.
  377. Because appointment without authorization is a violation to Shogunate law, Imperial Court who was afraid of troubles with bakufu rejected his request.
  378. Because bales filled with clay (dohyo) are used, they were originally called as dohyo-ba, dohyo being its abbreviated form.
  379. Because bamboo swords themselves are small, it is convenient to use a knife with a small blade, such as a knife for cutting seal patterns in particular, among carving knives.
  380. Because beans are low in sugar and high in protein which is the material for amino acid, beans are mainly processed into red miso.
  381. Because black bass had been released in the lake created by Segi Dam upstream, many big fish of ranker size have been caught since Hiyoshi Dam was completed.
  382. Because both MINAMOTO no Mitsuyuki and MINAMOTO no Chikayuki were appointed to Kawachi no kami, it is called Kawachibon.
  383. Because both Obora and Kobora/Gobo are place-name of Mino, It would appear that they came from the origin of each birth mother.
  384. Because both families were descendents of Nobunaga, they received preferential treatment like landed daimyo though they had small domains, until they were involved in Uda Disturbance and the Meiwa Incident in the middle of Edo period.
  385. Because both of them were civil officers in the same era, they are often mixed up with each other.
  386. Because both of them were paperbacks containing comments on 'Datsu-A Ron,' the editorial became notorious as the theory of Japanese Imperialism since then.
  387. Because both pork and chicken are used, yakitori is written in hiragana (Japanese syllabary characters) as 'やきとり' instead of '焼き鳥,' which signifies only chicken by the use of the Chinese character '鳥.'
  388. Because both the starting signal and the home signal are set up for only one direction, the train on the other line cannot be given priority to enter the station.
  389. Because business was declining due to the effects of the Great Depression, Keihan Electric Railway and Kyoto Dento together made efforts to revive business.
  390. Because cats would get rid of mice that feed on agricultural crops and silkworms, a maneki-neko was a lucky charm for sericulture in ancient times.
  391. Because cherry blossoms are quick to fall and remind transience, they became the symbol of sange.
  392. Because children get excited when they see colored noodles, they have come to sometimes be added to somen noodles in recent years.
  393. Because color film was not well circulated in Japan during this period, Benrido needed to use filters in a four color separation process, to create the photographs.
  394. Because cooking natto with heat can cause a stronger odor, some favor cooked natto but others don't.
  395. Because daimyo serving in Edo were granted an audience with the shogun (覲), "参覲"can be used as well instead of "参勤".
  396. Because dates in Tenpo reki (Tenpo calendar), which was used when Emperor Meiji's Sokui no rei was held, differ from the Gregorian calendar, which is used today, dates are describes in order of Tenpo reki and (Gregorian calendar).
  397. Because dawn or sunset is defined as the very moment when the top edge of the sun is aligned with the horizon
  398. Because details about the completion of the "Manyoshu" are still unknown, there are various views as to who the editor was, including suggestions that it was a compilation made by imperial command, TACHIBANA no Moroe, or OTOMO no Yakamochi; at present, OTOMO no Yakamochi is considered the most probable editor.
  399. Because disasters and plagues (smallpox) occurred frequently during Tenpyo era, Emperor Shomu became a devout believer of Buddhism and he issued the Imperial Edict to erect Kokubun-ji Temple in 741, the Imperial Edict to erect the statue of Birushana Buddha in Todai-ji Temple in 743.
  400. Because dishes in Kyoto were affected by dishes at temples and marine products were unavailable, dishes using vegetables and dried foodstuffs developed.
  401. Because disinheritance is the last resort, whether or not to disinherit a prince is a very difficult decision.
  402. Because distinction of two kinds of `mo' in writing in ancient special Kana usage that disappeared in the "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) and the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) still remained in the "Kojiki."
  403. Because doctrine decides 'Dokuju' (chanting sutras), 'Kanzatsu' (meditation), 'Raihai' (reverence) and 'Sandan Kuyo' (holding ceremonies) as Jogyo (sub-practices), there is no necessity for them to be limited to statues and pictures, so the use of Myogo Honzon does match the doctrine.
  404. Because dolls were sent to princesses who secluded themselves in the temple from the Imperial Palace, many dolls are stored in the temple.
  405. Because each Chinese coin was of small-value, these coins were valued in a unit of 100 thousand kans (a unit of bundling coins; 1000 coins/kan) (or 100 million coins) in some instances, and most of them were circulated as kansen coins or in their original, bundled, state.
  406. Because ebi-imo is likely to be damaged by fertilizer, the decision of when to plant should be taken with consideration of the water in the soil, and it is better to do the planting just after a rain when the soil is wet enough.
  407. Because eel kabayaki is so sweet that it is not popular among Japanese fish dishes in Taiwan and in China, either.
  408. Because even elixirs of life are nothing compared with this wife (in their powers of rejuvenation).
  409. Because families which had been engaged in producing Fukusa, such as Muromachi Ichimonjiya Sanemon and Sasaya Kanemon, became extinct around that time, he started to produce fukusa through the good offices of the ninth grand master of Omote Senke, Ryoryosai.
  410. Because fares for the same section are different, the condition for selling one-way tickets are rather complicated.
  411. Because ferronickel is adequate for the manufacture of special steel, stainless steel, high-speed steel and so on, Nihon Kako decided to employ the Krupp-Renn process with the aim of producing ferronickel.
  412. Because financial institutions were relocated to the area along Karasuma-dori Street, the current Ryogaemachi-dori Street is only a narrow downtown street.
  413. Because four-car trains run between Kizu Station and Kyotanabe Station and seven-car trains run between Kyotanabe and Kyobashi Station (as well as the JR Tozai Line), car coupling or splitting is done at this station.
  414. Because freedom of religion was guaranteed, although still limited, by the Meiji Constitution, people were not forced to perform Shinsosai.
  415. Because generally, a patient with smallpox showed a certain process of medical conditions to heal, doctors from Tenyakuryo had planned the treatments for the Emperor, anticipating roughly how the disease would progress.
  416. Because green jadeite is brought from the bottom of the sea, it was considered to be sacred treasure given by the god of the sea.
  417. Because guests have to lower their heads to go through the nijiriguchi, a kijinguchi (an ordinary walk-in paper sliding door) is often built in addition to the nijiriguchi to welcome high ranking people.
  418. Because haikai poets traditionally lead itinerant lives, they are thought to have also collected information.
  419. Because he and his wife, a daughter of Sanehisa TOKUDAIJI, did not have biological children, they adopted the second son of Takanari ARAO, Tadanobu WADA, as their successor.
  420. Because he became a member of the Kobayakawa clan before his genpuku (celebrate one's coming of age), his imina (personal name) doesn't use the letter 'moto' (元), which is a tsuji (distinctive character used in the names of all people belonging to a single clan or lineage) of the Mori clan.
  421. Because he conducted repeated experiments in the alcohol-vapor-filled army fuel research center laboratory, he developed a strong tolerance for alcohol.
  422. Because he continued to behave wildly and did not follow the orders of the local governor in the Izu Island chain where he was exiled, a search and destroy mission was launched against him; in the end, he chose to commit suicide.
  423. Because he couldn't manage to raise the expense for redeeming Miyuki Dayu, the concubine of Isami KONDO (It seems that there is no link between two issues; redeeming Miyuki Dayu was attempted at the different time from Kawai's purge).
  424. Because he did not have an heir, Yoshinao ISSHIKI, Yoshitsura's legitimate son took over the faimly estate of the Isshiki clan.
  425. Because he did not have any biological sons, he adopted Kinmochi who was the second son of Kinito TOKUDAIJI; Consequently, Kinmochi SAIONJI became heir to the Saionji family.
  426. Because he did not have any sons, Yoritomo appointed her as Jito (land steward) of Shinoki no sho, Owari Province and Nabe no sho, Tanba Province (from "Azuma Kagami" [The Mirror of the East]).
  427. Because he didn't have any biological children, he adopted Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA, who was the fifth son of Iesada KINOSHITA who had been adopted by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and transferred the head of the family.
  428. Because he died young, he advanced only to Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) at the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank), although he came from the Seiga family (one of the highest court noble families inJapan at that time).
  429. Because he enjoyed the friendship of Sorai OGYU, he devoted himself to the development of civilian government druing his administration of the Domain.
  430. Because he espoused aristocratism and thought nobles should lead society, it is said he had a critical attitude to domain cliques.
  431. Because he failed account processing under the process of redeeming another geisha other than Miyuki Dayu.
  432. Because he favored Kiritsubo no koi (lower class court lady), he was called 'Emperor Kiritsubo.'
  433. Because he felt pity for me without bending law, I got to where I am now.'
  434. Because he frequently traveled to the Chinese mainland with his elder brother and had an in-depth knowledge of the country, in 1938 he was installed as the first director-general of a national policy concern, Kita Shina Kaihatsu Kabushikigaisha (a company established to develop the Chinese economy during the era of the Great Japanese Empire).
  435. Because he gained this stome flute, he changed Yago (family name) to Ibukinoya and also claimed Daigaku.
  436. Because he got did away with loyalty and increased respect for laws, low to mid level officials and the public became stable.
  437. Because he grew up in Kaba no mikuriya (a manor of Ise-jingu Shrine at that time) in Totomi Province, he was called Kaba no kanja or Kaba dono.
  438. Because he had a lot of spiritual and spirit medium experiences, he thought instantaneously that it was a sign of automatic writing when he had an acute pain in his right arm.
  439. Because he had an elder brother, who was heir to the Shogun, he became an adopted son of his maternal grandfather, Naomichi KONOE, in childhood and became a Buddhist priest named Kakukei at Kofuku-ji Ichijoin.
  440. Because he had an older brother Tanemoto, he had no right to succession, but in 1694 he was assigned to Nakaoku kosho (a page who works for shogun in his castle) of Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, the fifth shogun of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and was later promoted to the chief of the bodyguard of the shogun.
  441. Because he had been active for a long period, many people worked with him over two or three generations.
  442. Because he had been born in Tokyo, however, and partly because of the negative impact of Shochiku's above-mentioned policy of overemphasizing Jukai, no one supported him.
  443. Because he had developed an eye for Chinese cultural products, he became an advisor for art collectors.
  444. Because he had donated documents to Chokaisan-Omonoimi-jinja Shrine to pray for the restoration of the South Court and the peacefulness of Dewa Province in 1358, he was assumed to have been in Dewa in this period.
  445. Because he had his son die ahead of him, he adopted Yoshitsugu, a son of Masahisa OGURA: a fellow pupil from Sendai Domain.
  446. Because he had no children, his uncle Taneharu KUTSUKI succeeded him.
  447. Because he humiliated the retainers of MINAMOTO no Yoshiie in Mino Province in 1064, a battle occurred against Yoshiie who came to attack the residence of Kunifusa in retaliation ("Suisaki" [diary of MINAMOTO no Toshifusa] and "Hyakuren sho" [History book from the Kamakura period]).
  448. Because he is a deity of the wind, he is also worshipped as a deity of navigation.
  449. Because he is a main character in the chapter of 'Kobai,' he was later called 'Kobai Dainagon.'
  450. Because he is interested in the princesses in Uji.
  451. Because he is known for his very long life, he is also associated with a historical character, TAKENOUCHI no Sukune.
  452. Because he jumped over Genkaku (the son of FUJIWARA no Morozane) who was the Betto of Kofuku-ji Temple as a result of this personnel change, the monks and believers of Kofuku-ji Temple rebelled and filed a complaint; thus he was suspended from the position of Sojo for a while.
  453. Because he later built Hojo-ji Temple he is also called Mido Kanpaku, but in actuality, he never became Kampaku.
  454. Because he later re-broadcasted the film without contacting Kato, Kato submitted a criminal complaint to the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office but Hashimoto was not indicted.
  455. Because he lost his membership in the Imperial family, he also lost his membership in the House of Peers.
  456. Because he merely used Shinsengumi's money for himself.
  457. Because he practiced Zen meditation sitting cross-legged so eagerly, he got hemorrhoids and was affected by tuberculosis.
  458. Because he received mercy by considering Shigekuni's achievements and Shigesuke's bravery, he was offended by Yoritomo even more.
  459. Because he resided at Anrakuritsuin in Hieizan (Mt. Hiei) Iimuro together with his father, he was also called Iimuro Ajari (a master of Esoteric Buddhism).
  460. Because he showed his reluctance or gave Kondo critical comments against Kondo's lavish expenditure for his women as the person responsible for to control expenses of the group, which led to Kawai's being purged.
  461. Because he sided with the Western Camp at the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he became ronin (masterless samurai) after the battle, disinherited and disowned by his father siding with the Eastern Camp.
  462. Because he strived to adjust the price of rice in order to stabilize people's lives, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA was called the 'Rice Shogun' and 'Hachiboku Shogun' (after the character for 'rice' [米] separated into hachi [八] and boku [木]).
  463. Because he suffered from peasant uprisings and financial distress he grew weary of political administration.
  464. Because he taught and spread around the Bodhisattva Precepts, people respected and called him Bodhisattva.
  465. Because he thought that his children had been treated better than their social position warranted, he never became a territorial lord, but received gold coins instead, and divided them with his associates and those working under him including Sadayoshi KUSAKABE.
  466. Because he took up his residence in Makuwari-mura village, Chiba-gun, Shimosa Province (present-day Makuhari, Hanamigawa-ku Ward, Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture), he called himself 'Makuwari.'
  467. Because he tried to innovate in the mood of poet, he is referred to as the "Master of Parnassus" of the early-modern times.
  468. Because he was a Shodaibu of the Sekkan Konoe family, he was often given official rank from the emperor.
  469. Because he was a child with a running nose depending too much on his mother until the age of 17, he was nicknamed "big fool" by being compared with his elder brother Yukitaka (he served Emperor Komei, Takamori SAIGO praised him by saying the Restoration would not have been accomplished without Yukitaka).
  470. Because he was a hero with great physical strength, it has been told that he was a son of female warrior, Tomoe Gozen who held great physical strength and displayed remarkable deeds in gunki monogatari (martial tales) such as "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike).
  471. Because he was a shoki (scribe or secretary) at Tofuku-ji Temple in Kyoto, he was also called Tesshoki.
  472. Because he was a soshin (ancestor honored as god) of Nakatomi no muraji, he was believed to be a private deity of the Fujiwara clan whose patriarch was FUJIWARA no Kamatari.
  473. Because he was a well educated person himself, he was selected as the home tutor (Togu-no-fu) for Emperor Shomu when he was a Crown Princess.
  474. Because he was able to reconcile and integrate these two conflicting views, he developed into a politician with unique worldview and political ideology.
  475. Because he was always on tour around the country with his adoptive father, he never received any formal education.
  476. Because he was an illegitimate son, he had no prospects for adoption and thus spent 15 years--between the ages of 17 and 32--as a heyazumi (an adult-age eldest son who has yet to come into his inheritance), subsisting on Sutebuchi alms, which amounted to a salary of 300 bales of rice.
  477. Because he was awarded the clan name of Toyotomi on October 21, 1586, the following year of the dispute, Hideyoshi before the award is described as 'Hideyoshi HASHIBA' in this section according to the name at that time.
  478. Because he was born to a 26-year-old low-rank maid when his father, who was about to marry his lawful wife, was 19 years old, he was adopted by Masanobu SHINMI, one of the vassals of the family, and went by the name of Sakon SHINMI.
  479. Because he was burned out by the great fire occurred in Honjo in February 1846, he had to rent a house in Yahata Town, Kodama District; however in the same year, he died at the age of 49 in November and then he was buried in Jogan-ji Temple in the same district.
  480. Because he was conceived right after his mother had paid a visit to Mishima-myojin (the deity of Mishima-jinja Shrine) to pray, he was thought to be a son of answered prayer.
  481. Because he was curious about everything, knowledgeable and a gourmet, Yamamoto was nicknamed 'Nandemo Kajiro' (literally, chew anything, a pun on the verb to chew, which is pronounced like his name Kajiro).
  482. Because he was defeated in the Battles of Imayama and Mimi-kawa, he was considered to be minor as a strategist.
  483. Because he was from Kagoshima Prefecture, many young wrestlers from the prefecture visited and they also became pupils of Izutsu Stable.
  484. Because he was from a family of a lower class (chugen), it is possible that Yamagata wanted it to be known that he had been a disciple of Shoin.
  485. Because he was given the family name Hashiba, he was called Hashiba Tsuruga Jiju (literally, chamberlain of Hashiba in Tsuruga).
  486. Because he was in Omi Province as a Zochishi (envoy responsible for building ponds and embankments) by chance when EMI no Oshikatsu War was occurred in September, 764, he burned down Seta-bashi bridge to prevent Oshikatsu from crossing the bridge.
  487. Because he was in a high position as army colonel with powerful influence, it is easily assumed that he would report it to the military leadership and army comrades and they approved it.
  488. Because he was in charge of transcribing both the very beginning (scroll one), and the very end (scroll twenty) of the Kokinshu, the presumption is that the calligrapher of the first style was the one who had the highest social status among the three.
  489. Because he was injured in a war, he devolved the reigns of the family to his brother Choin.
  490. Because he was seriously injured in the fight, however, he died at the headquarters of the Shinsengumi in late August (around 23rd).
  491. Because he was taught gunnery techniques by his grandfather Sukehide, he was surpassingly skilled in gunnery and it is said that he made further advances beyond his grandfather's technique, thereby founding the Inadome school of gunnery.
  492. Because he was the first to enter Shinano among the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan), he is considered to be the ancestor of the Shinano-Genji.
  493. Because he was the last survivor among the ringleaders of the Saga War and fought in the Seinan War which was the last rebellion of shizoku (family or person with samurai ancestors), he is sometimes called "Saga's Last Samurai".
  494. Because he was the second son of TACHIBANA no Kiminaga, he was commonly called Kitsuji, which literally meant "Tachibana the second."
  495. Because he was treated as a rebel after his death, most information and material related to Bogo JANG were destroyed and rarely remain, so existing information is extremely valuable.
  496. Because he was worried that the side effects would lower his male functions.
  497. Because her bereaved child Prince Obito (later to become Emperor Shomu) was still too young, Princess Ahe, the mother of Emperor Monmu, ascended the throne in an unprecedented measure and became Empress Genmei.
  498. Because her birth mother Asahi never approved her daughter's marriage with Hideyoshi all her life, Nene became an adopted daughter of Nagakatsu ASANO to marry Hideyoshi.
  499. Because her birth mother was a court lady, under normal circumstances, Akenomiya should have lived her life at an imperial palace for bikuni (female Buddhist disciples) like many other princesses born to court ladies without receiving the proclamation of the title as Imperial Princess.
  500. Because her daughter Teishi became chugu (the second consort of an emperor) of Emperor Ichijo, she was raised from Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) on October 26, 990.
  501. Because her elder sister Kaneko was the wet nurse of the Emperor Horikawa, she started to serve for the Emperor Horikawa in 1100 and was appointed to Naishi no suke (a court lady of the first rank) in 1101.
  502. Because her father, Imperial Prince Atsuyoshi, a son of the Emperor Uda, was Nakatsukasa-kyo (Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs), she was designated as Nakatsukasa.
  503. Because her mother was the younger sister of Princess Takahime, the legal wife of Kanpaku (the chief advisor to the emperor) FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, she became the adopted daughter of the Yorimichi couple who had no daughters.
  504. Because his battle performance was highly recognized a number of times, the Toki clan which would have been discontinued otherwise was allowed to keep its existence, and its family headship was taken over by his nephew, Yoriyasu TOKI.
  505. Because his birthplace Fujitsu no sho was in the estate of Ninna-ji Temple in Kyoto, he entered Ninna-ji Temple Jojuin when he was 13, and entered the Buddhist priesthood to become a priest at age 16.
  506. Because his brother, the second Chikusen, passed away while young and his son was too young, he succeeded to the name in 1921.
  507. Because his childfood name is paired with that of Nobutaka ODA (whose childhood name was Shodo (小洞) and Nobutaka's mother is generally believed to have been Kyounin, one opnion states that Nobuhide's mother was Kyounin.
  508. Because his common name was Tomijiro, he was widely known in the name of Tomijiro HIROSAWA.
  509. Because his cousin, the late lord of domain Masaharu INABA, died without an heir, he succeeded in 1823.
  510. Because his daughter Masako had become the wife of Yoritomo, Tokimasa joined the forces of Yoritomo as the Genji leader took up arms against the Heike clan in 1180.
  511. Because his death preceded that of his father, he wasn't assigned to be the successive Hossu (head of a Buddhist sect) of Hongan-ji Temple.
  512. Because his death was so sudden, a rumor spread that he was killed.
  513. Because his domestic activities began to show signs of a standstill due to a strong conservative trend in the country's art world, Taikan went abroad with Hishida, held exhibitions one after another in Calcutta, New York and Boston, and was well received.
  514. Because his elder brother Masasada INABA was sickly, he was chosen as the heir on October 2, 1725.
  515. Because his eldest brother died young, he became the heir and became the lord of Sakura Domain in September 16, 1707.
  516. Because his father Nobunori ITAGAKI was punished by being deprived of his fief and later executed, Masanobu moved to Inui village, Shuchi County, Totomi Province to stay inside his home, and changed his family name to Inui.
  517. Because his father Sadamichi was prone to illness, the family's money was very much spent on the cost of Sadamichi's medicine, and therefore he spent his childhood in extreme poverty.
  518. Because his father Yoshifusa died young at age 34 when his grandfather Yoshikane NITTA was still alive, he became the successor of the Nitta clan when he was only 13 years old, and his grandfather served as his conservator.
  519. Because his father died in 1721, he took over as head of the family to become the third lord of domain.
  520. Because his father died when he was three years old, although he was a grandson of Emperor Tenmu, he was not given an official rank, let alone his presence never drew attention.
  521. Because his father was Emperor Toba's favorite retainer, he quickly moved up the social ladder, being awarded Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) in 1142 at the age of 5.
  522. Because his father's office was in Kyobashi (Chuo Ward, Tokyo), they soon moved to the Ginza leaving his grandfather in the house in Kanda, who was from the warrior class and an Official Appraiser in the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce (Japanese.)
  523. Because his father's sisters became FUJIWARA no Tadazane's wife and FUJIWARA no Yorinaga's biological mother, he served Yorinaga as a cousin.
  524. Because his father, Emperor Hanazono was originally a branch line of the Jimyo-in Imperial line, Imperial Prince was not in a position to succeed the throne; the throne was supposed to be succeeded by the main line; Emperor Gofushimi-Emperor Kogon-Emperor Suko.
  525. Because his father, Tadafusa died of illness at the age of 35 years old without taking over as head of the family, Atsumaro took over as the head of the family as an adopted child of his grand father, Tadahiro KONOE (according to some historical sources, Atsumaro was the sixth son of Tadahiro).
  526. Because his fifth daughter 阿昌蒲 was married to Sadahiro KATAKURA (a child of Muneaki TAMURA, who was a nephew of Kiyoaki TAMURA) from the Tamura family, his grave was built in the graveyard of the Tamura family.
  527. Because his governmental rank was rather low, it is surmised that he died young.
  528. Because his grandfather, Rikyu, was driven to jijin (commit suicide by sword) by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, he avoided involvement with politics and never sought a government position.
  529. Because his ihai measures only 155.5cm in length, there is the opinion that it is difficult to consider that he was tall at six shaku (about 180cm) in height (refer to 'Successive Shogun Ihai at Daiju-ji Temple').
  530. Because his legal wife was a daughter of TAIRA no Kiyomori, he was close to the Taira clan, and was said to patronize Kenreimonin even after the decline of the Taira clan.
  531. Because his male cousin, Rokuemon was the chief priest at Rensho-ji Temple of Ikkoshu sect, he was in charge of contact with Hongan-ji Temple side.
  532. Because his mother Soon became Rikyu's second wife, he became an adopted son of Rikyu.
  533. Because his mother and uncle worked at a hospital, he was expected by those around him, especially his father, to become a doctor one day.
  534. Because his mother was the aunt of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, he served Hideyoshi since his boyhood.
  535. Because his mother was the wet nurse of Ennyo, Shinrai SHIMOTSUMA, as well as his elder brother, had a large say in Hongan-ji Temple.
  536. Because his mother's sister was the wife of MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, he was temporarily slated for appointment as a prospective seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") after Sanetomo died a sudden death in 1219.
  537. Because his mother's sister, MINAMOTO no Rinshi, was the lawful wife of his uncle, FUJIWARA no Michinaga, he went out into the world as an adopted son of Michinaga.
  538. Because his nephew Munemitsu MATSUDAIRA died young, he was adopted by the lord of the Hamamatsu Domain Suketoshi MATSUDAIRA and took over as the head of the family.
  539. Because his older brother, MINAMOTO no Yoshimune died when he was young, Yoshichika became a legitimate son of Yoshiie.
  540. Because his older brother, Tadanobu, was Gon Dainagon and his younger sisters were married to Emperors and Shogun, he was an influential person in the Chotei (Imperial Court).
  541. Because his older step brother, Iemichi KONOE, Minister of the Left, died suddenly 2 years later, he was chosen to be the successor, and he was appointed to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Gon Chunagon.
  542. Because his previous and subsequent information are unknown, he might be a fictitious character such as Kaigyo TENICHIBO.
  543. Because his real mother's social status was low, he was in the position of heyazumi (an adult-age eldest son who has yet to come into his inheritance) and did not have any war funds.
  544. Because his residence was located in Toin, the book was also called "Heito ki," and some people called it "Jinsha ki" ("Jin" means a man, "sha" means a wheel) after two left-hand radicals of the Chinese characters of his name Nobunori (信範).
  545. Because his son Munesue, Muneto OBU, and so on served the Minamoto clan in Obu, the territory in the Kanto region, and he was one of the Minamoto clan, he was saved and allowed to join gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods).
  546. Because his son Sadashige YURA and his mother (the Akai family's Myoinni Teruko, wife of Narishige YURA) sided with the Toyotomi clan and showed distinguished service, he was cleared of blame after the downfall of Hojo clan, and thereafter served under Hideyoshi.
  547. Because his sons, Yoshiyuki YAMANA, Ujiyuki YAMANA, Yoshiaki YAMANA and Mitsuyuki YAMANA were young, his younger brother, Tokiyoshi, became the interim heir.
  548. Because his tenure in office was rather short, no remarkable policies could be seen, but he promoted and encouraged new industry with Nobuchika KURIHARA and others, and carried out the maintenances of roads, the improvements of rivers, the recommendations of Koshu grapes, and so on (his successor was Masutane NAKAJIMA.)
  549. Because his two older brothers, Sonnyo and Kannyo, died early, he became the hoshi (a successor to an abbacy), and when Kyonyo died in 1614, he succeeded as the 13th Hoshu.
  550. Because his uncle, FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa, who occupied a powerful position in the government, had no sons of his own, Mototsune became Yoshifusa's adoptive heir.
  551. Because historical materials on the situation of the battle that the Oda clan has had provide only brief descriptions, the truth is unknown.
  552. Because hiyamugi noodles often boil in just about the same amount of time as the soba noodles, hiyamugi noodles are often served instead of somen noodles during summer in soba noodle shops in and around Tokyo.
  553. Because holders of this position were the "suke" (assistant governor) of Dewa province and had been assigned to Akita-jo Castle, the position began to be called Akita Jonosuke.
  554. Because human body is a component of the most bottom part, a physical movement always occurs after a spiritual movement.
  555. Because humidity should be avoided for this material, the burning operation to make pieces of gold leaf stuck should be performed on fine days, avoiding rainy days and the rainy season.
  556. Because ice makers started operations toward the end of 1890s, sushi shops had easy access to ice and some of them owned electric refrigerators around the end of the Meiji era.
  557. Because if they consider it a direct succession code, there is an inconsistency between the real cases in which the imperial throne was succeeded to an indirect descendent.
  558. Because imperial succession was unstable at that time (ohe-sei (大兄制)), it is considered to be a system whereby the Emperor abdicated so as to pass the throne to the prince of his (her) choice.
  559. Because in China it is taboo to call upon Oni directly, it is also euphemistically called Good Brothers.
  560. Because in Yamato Province, where Kofuku-ji Temple was in charge of shugoshiki (post of the provincial constable), it incorporated warriors as its own shuto, some people refer to the warrior in Yamato Province (Yamato warrior) as shuto.
  561. Because in the end of the Jomon period occult relics developed remarkably, it was believed that ground stone axes increased the meaning as ceremonial vessels and accessories.
  562. Because in those days women's suffrage had been granted only in a few places worldwide, for example in Wyoming Territory in the U.S., British South Australia and the Pitcairn Islands, this movement was among only a handful of cases in the world where women's suffrage was won.
  563. Because insei was based on direct paternal rights, contrary to the Sekkan government, whereby the regents/kampakus conducted political affairs through their ties as cognates of the Emperor, insei facilitated a despotic form of government.
  564. Because insei was outside the legal framework of the Imperial Court from its establishment, it could not be controlled by "Kinchu Narabini Kuge Shohatto"; thus it became apparent that there was a limit to how far the Edo bakufu could control the Imperial Court.
  565. Because introducing hyofu was too radical, it was abolished less than two years later and as a result, Mitsugi NYUI lost his position.
  566. Because iris is used to drive away evil spirits during the Boys' Festival, it's also called 'Iris Festival.'
  567. Because iron ore was not produced in Wakoku at that time, iron was imported from the Korean Peninsula.
  568. Because ishi-bocho was able to be made of materials that were found everywhere comparatively, it was used widely in the early stage of rice cultivation culture; however, later on as bronze ware or ironware that permitted various processes with firmness and sharpness spread, it began to be obsolete.
  569. Because isothiocyanate is volatile, the pungency decreases if daikon oroshi is left to stand after being grated.
  570. Because it brings the dead to justice as the king Emma, it is mainly worshipped in order to wish for relief (from Hell) after death.
  571. Because it can be easily made at home, it has been enjoyed as a popular, healthy liquor since ancient times.
  572. Because it can be said that "Hana ga hikui"(a pun means both "the flowers are low to the ground", and "small nose") the trees have been nicknamed "Otafuku (very small nose woman)-cherries".
  573. Because it consists of four volumes (shijo), it is also called "Kangyo Shijosho" and abbreviated as "Shijosho."
  574. Because it contains many passages that appear to be based on kokuge (official documents) submitted to the Emperor from Mutsu Province, the prevailing view is that its author was an individual who was able to view kokuge in the Imperial Court.
  575. Because it developed in a cold area, Nagano Prefecture is still the largest production center in Japan.
  576. Because it encountered a flood it drifted off to an island (Oki no shima Island), and it tricked the fish (crocodiles) in order to return to the place where it used to live.
  577. Because it had been highly appreciated by researchers, as an important material, it had a great influence on formulating a concept of today's 'Wabicha' (wabi style of tea ceremony).
  578. Because it had long been believed that it was a written work of genuine selections by Zeami, its authoritativeness was acknowledged during the Edo period.
  579. Because it has a number plate, a goryosha is also subjected to car safety inspections.
  580. Because it has been withheld from public view, it is still keeping the original colors well.
  581. Because it has quite a rich taste and often unique strong aroma, likes and dislikes of people outside the production area split in two, but in recent years some types with reduced the aroma are also produced.
  582. Because it has the effect of killing bacteria, it's recommended as an accompaniment for foods that are eaten raw.
  583. Because it has the meaning of 'prepared and applied for use' '弁えて(そなえて)用に当てる,' the Kanji characters '辨當' were applied and then were considered to have been used as the meaning of '辨當箱.'
  584. Because it includes some virgin forests in, it is sometimes called the Ashiu virgin forest or the Ashiu woods.
  585. Because it is a feature of the whale meat that most of fat is concentrated in subcutaneous fat, Akaniku is low-fatty and rich in protein as a food.
  586. Because it is a food made by fluffing the fibers of meat which have been broken into threads, it is generally referred to as rou sing (dried meat threads) in Chinese.
  587. Because it is a sacred object belonging to the shrine, it is not displayed to the public and there is no record of it being shown in any exhibition.
  588. Because it is a war chronicle, not everything mentioned in it can be believed as a historical fact.
  589. Because it is a work garment, it is not worn at the time of formal Zen sitting meditation or Buddhist memorial services.
  590. Because it is an advanced variation of the shinmei-zukuri style, its history is not long.
  591. Because it is an attitude of seeking beauty from an antiquated state, it is deeply related to antiquarianism (taste for collecting items).
  592. Because it is assured that Emperor Fushimi conducted sokuikanjo, we know that sokuikanjo started in the latter half of the 13th century at the latest.
  593. Because it is believed that the spirit of the dead becomes a Buddha upon completion of the funeral, the address "Goreizen" (to the spirit) is used before completion of the funeral and the address "Gobutsuzen" (to the Buddha) is used after the funeral.
  594. Because it is clear that Ichiniwa Tumulus which had existed since before the construction of Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) is not a tomb mound made for Emperor Heizei who was a person in the Heian period, there are many negative opinions on the authorization of the imperial mausolea.
  595. Because it is considered to have been a deity removing uncleanliness and disasters, Sanpokojin has been believed as a god of fire and kamado (kitchen ranges) and has often had a place of honor as Kamadogami (the god of kitchen ranges).
  596. Because it is difficult to discern the difference between "决" and "决"from handwriting made with a brush, whether"决" or "决" is used depends on the judgment of persons who made transcripts.
  597. Because it is difficult to think that this is simply a literary expression, he discusses that there existed a belief in 'wakamizu' behind these poetic expressions.
  598. Because it is for a funeral, Musubikiri is used to signify that repetition should be avoided.
  599. Because it is generally not possible to obtain an accurate tuning in the older shakuhachi as mentioned above, the player must make adjustments for pitch irregularities while playing.
  600. Because it is hard to visit and worship on foot for the elderly people, cable car (Mount Kurama Cable Railway) is operates between Nio-mon and Two-storied Pagoda.
  601. Because it is harder to see the sign at night, taxis in some areas light up the company logo indicating lamp on the top of the taxi, instead of showing the sign, to show the taxi is available, meaning if the company logo indicating lamp is off, the taxi is occupied.
  602. Because it is mentioned in the following 'The writing process,' this tale and "Heiji Monogatari" are often treated a set of tales.
  603. Because it is placed along Otesuji-dori Street at the center of Fushimi Ward, express trains stopped at this station before the war.
  604. Because it is placed in a zushi (a cupboard-like case with double doors in which an image of (the) Buddha, a sutra, or some other revered object is kept at a temple) on the north side of the Hokkedo and the doors are allowed to open only once a year, it is very well-preserved.
  605. Because it is said that Kukai still hides on Koya-san Mountain, a goenki memorial service has been held every 50 years after he hid on the mountain.
  606. Because it is situated on highlands, the plum trees in Tsukigase Bairin tend to reach full bloom around mid- to late March, half a month later than those in the center of Nara City.
  607. Because it is stated in "Tamonin nikki" (Diary compiled at Tamonin Temple) that the wife of Sakon was 'now in Goshu Saho no shiro (Sawayama-jo Castle)' in May, 1592, it is thought that he served Mitsunari at that time.
  608. Because it is suitable for mass production, it is mass produced by major companies, that occupies a high share in the sales.
  609. Because it is surrounded by a bamboo grove, it's also known as Take no Tera (a temple of bamboo).
  610. Because it is the most familiar blossom for the Japanese people, it is considered one of the national flowers in general (not defined by law), and since the Meiji period the crests of cherry blossom have been attached to army and school caps and also used as badges of rank.
  611. Because it is the oldest school in Senchado, there are many branch schools established by its disciples who later became independent.
  612. Because it is unbelievable that Kenshin UESUGI, being a person with an exceptional strategic eye, could not understand the geographic shape of Kawanakajima, there is the surmise that he placed his forces there as a last resort.
  613. Because it is understood that waka is national literature, in Japan in general, the words had importance more so than melody.
  614. Because it is unlikely to be a clerical error, there may be something that could be the grounds for it.
  615. Because it is very painful to hit with a bare-hand leather mounted with the thick, long hemp rope, "finger leather (Yubikawa)" are worn on the middle finger and the ring finger with "leather (Ategawa)" placed on the palm.
  616. Because it isn't part of the system laid down by the Association of Shinto Shrines, it is worn in various styles, including with a kanmuri or eboshi.
  617. Because it isn't used by many people, this station is usually quiet, although express trains stop here.
  618. Because it joined forces with the Gohojo clan, it was oppressed by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI to be forfeited its Jiryo, then declined.
  619. Because it lasted for a 'fixed period' it meant that it had already established a fundamental existence within society, and bushi that formed the core of bushidan embodied not simply someone who practiced martial arts, but had a fixed 'social and class aspect.'
  620. Because it looks like a dragon climbing into the sky), is also popular, drawing just as many tourists as the north side.
  621. Because it looks like the kanji character for 1, or ichi).
  622. Because it never happened that a shinno moved to the province to whose kokushu he was appointed, it can be said that the Imperial court publicly approved the yonin system.
  623. Because it takes many years after Nyujo until the body gets completely mummified as the sokushinbutsu, it is believed that many sokushinbutsu still remain buried underground.
  624. Because it takes time and effort to make wooden movable type and because wood block printing was easier to deal with when reprinting again and again, wooden movable type soon fell out of use and the history of printing in Japan appeared to progress backwards from wooden movable type to wood block printing.
  625. Because it took the Kokushi a long time to visit all of the shrines in the district, they were enshrined together in the vicinity of provincial government offices.
  626. Because it was a main current to be cut square around the collar until the mid Showa period, even now some people prefer that old-fashioned image.
  627. Because it was a so-called troublesome facility, it was intended to be destroyed as soon as possible after prevalence of a disease.
  628. Because it was also called 'Toyo no minato no miya,' Empress Jingu was called Queen of Toyo.
  629. Because it was an age when traditional authority was used as a centripetal force, blood relations and the social standing which were the important elements of traditional authority significantly acted on the psychology of the warriors.
  630. Because it was an epochal development for Hokkaido, where the climate is generally cold, a certain brewery uses the group number '278' as the name of its sake.
  631. Because it was an everyday clothing information on it is virtually nonexistent.
  632. Because it was completed around the mid-Kamakura period and has been passed down in the Jiko-ji Temple in Yamashiro, it is called Jiko-ji bon.
  633. Because it was considered as a secret document and was hardly ever made widely available, it was confused with 1.
  634. Because it was difficult for the Shoshidai to keep the peace in the capital by himself during the period of upheaval at the end of the Edo era, the Kyoto Shugoshoku was put at the highest level of the organization; and the Shoshidai was subordinate to him.
  635. Because it was difficult, from the management perspective, to establish separate bathtubs for men and women, people would bathe together irrespective of age or sex.
  636. Because it was during the war at that time, it was hard to obtain alcohol.
  637. Because it was established in the first year of Joei era in 1232, it is also called Joei-shikimoku.
  638. Because it was hard to expand off the site, the origination was moved to Amijima Station (currently closed); Osaka Railway, which had railroad between JR Nanba Station and Nara, was merged and the current Kansai Main Line was opened, re-establishing a terminal at Minatomachi.
  639. Because it was introduced from China during the Tang Dynasty, it should be called, 'Karasansui (Tang Dynasty landscape)' and the kanji characters were inferred.
  640. Because it was lost for a long time, it is difficult to say that it had any influence on medieval setsuwa literature such as "A Collection of Tales from Uji," which is representative of later setsuwa literature.
  641. Because it was necessary to record and prepare documents, experienced staff such as yuhitsu (amanuensis) were appointed, and officers such as Shitsuji (steward), Shitsujidai (deputy steward), Shoshiidai (representative of shoshi, a governor of the board of retainers) and Kaigo (assistant administrator) were often selected from yoriudo/kunin.
  642. Because it was originally a god to express love, the body color is red and it is often depicted with a luminous halo.
  643. Because it was popular in the Kyoto and Osaka area, it was called kamigata.
  644. Because it was required to reject each personality and maintain discipline by unifying not only the uniforms but also the undergarments in the armed forces' organization.
  645. Because it was started when illegal dumping was not a problem, this may have originated in an attempt to prevent people from urinating outside by drawing the shape of a torii in red paint at the bottom of a fence.
  646. Because it was the second attack, the force had carefully planned the hunt and they slowly drove the nine-tailed fox into a corner.
  647. Because it was thought that FUJIWARA no Kusuko and her elder brother had taken leading roles in this incident, it has usually been referred to as the 'the Kusuko Incident.'
  648. Because it was to the north of Heiankyo (Kyoto), it was also called Hokurei (north mountain).
  649. Because it was used in Edo as the accompanying music of Kabuki, it soon became very popular.
  650. Because it would have been difficult distinguish between houses if farmers and townspeople had no family name, the unofficial practice of using landmarks etc. as family names was common.
  651. Because it's a lost book, the contents are only found as quotations in the "Shoyu Nihongi" (a commentary of the Nihonshoki) and some other books.
  652. Because it's a martial art that controls the opponent without depending on ordinary muscular strength or force, aikido has been advertised as being 'effective as an art of self-defense for powerless women,' and though many consider it as such, some are questioning this today.
  653. Because it's a very short sutra, its other name is "Shishi-kyo" (literally, the sutra of four papers).
  654. Because it's boiled over direct heat, the go is easily scorched.
  655. Because it's offered as shogon (to decorate Buddha statues and temples) at shusho-e (the New Year's service), kagami-mochi is displayed after the devotional exercises on the morning of December 31st and before the devotional exercises in the afternoon.
  656. Because it's on the freight line running side by side with the passenger line (JR Kyoto Line), Umekoji Station constitutes the junction of the branch freight line headed for Tanbaguchi Station on the Sanin Main Line.
  657. Because it's relatively easy to obtain the floor space, many archers build simple dojo for one to two persons in their own homes.
  658. Because it's the railway line connecting Kyoto and Otsu, this line is quite inferior to the Biwako Line, which is operated by the West Japan Railway Company and runs parallel to it, in terms of travel time, frequency of operation and fares.
  659. Because its destinations are places where branch offices of JR West are located, its color is associated with the corporate color.
  660. Because its fruit resembles bachi used with shamisen, it is called by the name prefixed by 'pen pen,' imitative sound of shamisen.
  661. Because its good location and popularity produce a high revenue from fishing fees, it exists in harmony with the local fisheries cooperative association.
  662. Because its industrial power is much stronger than its commercial power, the Kumiyama-cho Industry Association operated as an economic organization of industrial establishments for a long time, but, was integrated with the commercial association in 2003.
  663. Because its light shines over all the world, it is called Hensho or Dainichi.
  664. Because its maturing period is long, Maillard reaction proceeds so that miso takes on a brownish color.
  665. Because its maturing period is short, its color is white and sometimes grains of ingredients such as barley or others remain.
  666. Because its unique structure is so fragile and can easily be swept away by the river after times of heavy rain, it is called "Nagare-bashi," or a bridge that is easily swept away.
  667. Because jiden fields existed throughout Japan, Jiden or Terada as geographical names remain throughout Japan as well.
  668. Because jikiso were often used as a means of osso, the concept that 'osso' was the same as 'jikiso' came to be firmly fixed in the Edo period or in later years.
  669. Because jinrikisha were a common and popular form of transport until the early Showa period, they were stored in Tokyo's Transportation Museum (which closed down on 14 May, 2006 due to relocation), and are kept in museums and resource centers around the country.
  670. Because kagami-mochi has been offered to deities, 'cutting' it with a knife or other implement is considered discourteous and a bad omen.
  671. Because kana was used in the way specific to ancient times during the Nara period, the number of sounds in pronunciation was 87 (88 max).
  672. Because kanrei Masamoto HOSOKAWA did not have biological child, Sumiyuki was adopted into Hosokawa Keicho family in September 1502 as the successor of family headship and he was given a post of Tanba shugoshiki (military governor of Tanba Province).
  673. Because karate's movement and practice procedures are different from those of judo, alterations were gradually added to the judo uniform, giving birth to today's karate uniform.
  674. Because kazoedoshi (a calendar-year age) is increased by one on January 1st, shogatsu also used to be an event to celebrate a safe increase of people's age.
  675. Because kemari developed independently in Japan, many experts on kemari have emerged (The following is an introduction to the experts of kemari).
  676. Because kokkeibon did not require as much knowledge of kango and ability to structure a story as when writing yomihon, they were often written as a spare-time activity in circles and were even published in the provinces.
  677. Because kotsuzake is mild and easy to drink, one should be careful not to drink it too much.
  678. Because lay believers want to interpret mythology as the reflection of historical facts, they generate theories as follows, but academic societies do not take any of them seriously:
  679. Because less distance is traveled between the Seta-higashi Junction and the Oyamazaki Interchange/Junction if drivers take the Keiji Bypass instead of the Meishin Highway, a driver driving at the speed limit on the Keiji Bypass will arrive at their destination more quickly than a driver driving at the speed limit on the Meishin Highway.
  680. Because less endurable thatch or shingles are used for the roof, the angle of the roof is made steep so that rain and snow falls down the roof more easily.
  681. Because limited express goes nonstop at Saiin Station and Omiya Station, the stops of the Commuter Limited Express became quite similar to those of the rapid express train.
  682. Because little progress had been made in production of glazed earthenware in medieval Japan, small glazed pots brought in from China as oil pots (opinion is divided) were cherished.
  683. Because little progress has been made in the development of the area along the line to be extended, Kintetsu is cautious about the construction.
  684. Because local citizens took turns to work as guards, the tradition lives to this day, and many of these stations remain today as volunteer fire stations, which are bases for local security, or community centers.
  685. Because looking down a daimyo's processions was not allowed, the second story was only permitted to have a low ceiling and to be used as a store room.
  686. Because lots of gypsum exists in deserts but no gypsum in ocher, there is a view of considering that kosa originates in deserts.
  687. Because lots of rice crops were produced in the Nara basin, many gin-satsu (paper money equivalent in value to a silver coin) in the Kome-tegata format (promissory notes for rice crop) were issued.
  688. Because making many mistakes in the game were considered shameful, kaioi became a means to learn morals and kaioke had been one of a bride's household articles in high society until the Meiji Restoration.
  689. Because maneki-neko are also popular in the U.S., they're manufactured as souvenirs for Americans or for export to the U.S.
  690. Because many Noh stages were burnt down during the war, Noh actors, who separately played Noh based on their schools until then, began to conduct joint practice beyond the difference of schools using Noh stages that remained unburned.
  691. Because many books were reprinted versions of books imported from Sung and Yuan (Sung and Yuan editions), we can see the ancient style of wood-block printing in these books, and many of them are highly valued as materials by which to study the history of printing.
  692. Because many condominiums and other buildings have been constructed and roads have been paved around the station in recent years, the area's appearance has become somewhat attractive, and as a result this area is likely to become the center of the town in the near future.
  693. Because many enka songs deal with sadness and sorrow of parting, heartbreak, etc., they are usually written in minor keys.
  694. Because many examples using this orthography were found in the "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), these special Chinese characters were later called Manyo-gana (during the Edo period and later).
  695. Because many houses and condominiums are situated around this station, many people use it.
  696. Because many of the busshi had the name with the letter En, the school was named so afterward.
  697. Because many of these sins don't fit today's concept of 'sin' and some may be considered as discriminatory, the Jinja-Honcho's words of purification only cites 'amatsu-tsumi and kunitsu-tsumi' without mentioning the names of sins.
  698. Because many organizations and circles allow practitioners to sew on a removable patch with an organization/circle logo, badge, etc., on the karate jacket, practitioners can purchase karate uniforms from any source without being brokered by training halls (organizations/circles).
  699. Because many practitioners were ascetic Buddhist monks, kokudachi takes the form of 'kugyo' (penance).
  700. Because many sections of the manuscript that remain in the Shigure-tei storehouse of the Reizei family were cut apart in order to be made into hanging scrolls and the like, the copy held by the Tokudaiji family, which is considered close to the original, is usually used for the purposes of research and so forth.
  701. Because matches aren't held, there is no need for excessive training, and the discipline of the legs and loins can be done naturally depending on one's age and strength.
  702. Because materials for clothing such as silk and hemp have much less durability than metal or wood, there is almost no possibility for such materials to survive through the years.
  703. Because matured nuka-doko is sold in a container in a large grocery store makes it convenient.
  704. Because members of the Taira clan were assigned to Togubo (Crown Prince's Quarters), and Tokihito had been placed under the control of Taira clan, Goshirakawa became increasingly displeased with Taira clan.
  705. Because miko is not regarded as official Shinto priest and required any qualifications, there is no dress code for miko like that for female Shinto priests.
  706. Because military secrets of Tokugawa's forces leaked out completely, he changed his military system into the one he had learned from Takeda's forces.
  707. Because misfortunes visited the three generations successively from Imperial Prince Yoshihisa to Prince Naruhisa and to Prince Naruhisa, the Kitashirakawanomiya family was called 'tragic Miyake (house of an imperial prince)'.
  708. Because moisture is an extreme nuisance, the leather should be dried over a charcoal fire before the performance.
  709. Because monks in religions in Ancient India usually deny desires for possessions, they only possess sanne-ippatsu (three robes and one begging bowl), bare necessities, and they do not engage in productive activities such as agriculture in order to devote to ascetic practices.
  710. Because more actual seals remain in China than in Japan, it is often the case that Japanese antique dealers import Chinese seals and deal them as antiquities.
  711. Because more importance is placed on the left side rather than on the right side in Japanese culture, it is right to place the main dish, a boiled rice bowl, on the left side.
  712. Because most gengo lasted for a very short time, from one year to a dozen years at most, there exists 250 gengo up to the Heisei era.
  713. Because mountains are far away, Kumiyama-cho may have no snow in winter even if a sprinkling of snow falls in neighboring areas.
  714. Because nationally legitimate permanent troops became extinct, the security of local areas deteriorated, and it became an ordinary state throughout the nation that bandits were rampant against stringent collections of taxes by kokuga (provincial government offices).
  715. Because nearly no documents about mintage at that time have been found, some theories deny the minting of the coin by the Edo Shogunate.
  716. Because no historical material suggests that the prayer (now it is just a superstition but was a highly respectable medical treatment at that time) was given to wish her recovery from illness, some people insists that she was left to die without receiving any medical treatment (there is even an assassination theory).
  717. Because no poem survives which was definitely composed in the late period when the capital was placed at Fujiwara-kyo (the Imperial capital of Japan for 16 years between 694 and 710) or after the transfer of the capital to Heijokyo (the ancient capital of Japan in present-day Nara), he is considered to have passed away before the relocation of the capital to Heijokyo.
  718. Because no qualification or certification is required for miko, basically any woman can serve as a miko as long as she is mentally and physically healthy.
  719. Because no record showing that this is an imperial mausoleum is included in "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) nor in "the Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), there is a theory in which this tumulus should be excluded from the tumuli for Emperors.
  720. Because no reliable historical document is available, the detailed aspects of this battle are still a riddle even now.
  721. Because no roof is provided over the platform for Kawaramachi Station for a length of four cars on the Osaka side, passengers must be careful when it rains.
  722. Because no staff was allocated at the stations lied between Higashiyama-Sanjo and Hinooka, passengers couldn't purchase tickets at these stations but were supposed to inform their destinations to a train crew when getting on trains and then purchase tickets on the trains.
  723. Because no variant texts mentioning this incident exists, it is quite doubtful whether the 'Hogen and Heiji' in 'Ryoshuku mondo' really refers to the tales of "Hogen" and "Heiji."
  724. Because not many entertainments were available at that time (in contrast to the present), it is said that each town had a yose.
  725. Because not only he himself played Igo but also protected the head family of the Igo school and established the Igo society, he was praised publicly in the hall of fame for Igo.
  726. Because now there was a chance for Reizei's descendants to continue the Imperial line even after Reizei's abdication.
  727. Because nuka-zuke is a preserved food and includes a lot of salt, obviously you should take care not to eat too much that would that would result in an over consumption of salt.
  728. Because of 'an amateurish way of doing business,' he was burdened by a deficit.
  729. Because of Ansei Incident he was ordered to retire and enter into disciplinary confinement in August, 1859.
  730. Because of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's policies, Yamoto-shiza had absorbed the theatres of other Sarugaku such as Tanba sarugaku sanza.
  731. Because of Katsunan's policy that placed little value on business, the Nippon had a small circulation and lasted only for eighteen years until 1908.
  732. Because of Kenshi's imprisonment, the Shakaito went into a state of dissolution.
  733. Because of Kenshunmonin's death, various problems that had been hidden until then came up to the surface.
  734. Because of Koto Hozon ho (the Ancient Capitals Preservation Law) imposing restraints towards uncontrolled land development, today's Kamakura retains its historical climate with many old shrines and temples, and historic sites
  735. Because of Masayoshi's rash and blind act, fall of the Nitta clan became clear and the head family of the Nitta family fell into straitened circumstances to become a local gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) who was not even in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East).
  736. Because of NAGAI's quick thinking the issue was resolved by sending the Shinsen-gumi to guard Fushimi-jo Castle.
  737. Because of Narisuke-o's unexpected death at a later time, his younger brother Sukemune-o (MINAMOTO no Sukemune) changed his family name from Minamoto to O as a necessary process to be appointed to Jingi haku.
  738. Because of Norisada and the Imagawa clan's plea for sparing a life, Ryoshun was forgiven, and in 1402, he went to Kyoto and was pardoned on condition of not being involved in politics.
  739. Because of Princess Sakiko's death, Prince Takehiko suffered from mental illness, and he was placed in reserve duty in 1932.
  740. Because of Tadaoki's success in the fierce fighting with Mitsunari ISHIDA's troops at the Battle of Sekigahara on September 15, Ieyasu in 1602 gave him additional land in Nakatsu Domain in Buzen Province with a yield of 399,000 koku.
  741. Because of Takatomo KYOGOKU's great achievement in the Battle of Sekigahara, the entire area of Tango was given to Takatomo (the Tango Domain).
  742. Because of Yuzan's extensive knowledge, he was invited as a guest to lecture on military science by some feudal clans including that of Asano-Hiroshima in the Geishu district, Matsudaira-Aizu, Matsudaira-Fukui in the Echizen district.
  743. Because of a grudge against Emperor Kogon, he changes into a vengeful spirit sprinkling flames like an active volcano, and chases Ikkyu, who stood in for Emperor Kogon.
  744. Because of a pool 4 feet in depth at the point 40 feet away from the entrance of the dromos, he couldn't reach the burial chamber, but observed two house-shaped stone coffins whose tops were only just above the water.
  745. Because of a remark made by Emperor Ichijo, it was revealed that the author of "The Tale of Genji" eagerly read Nihongi (Six National Histories) and was called Nihongi no Otsubone (court lady of Nihongi).
  746. Because of an outlet store for vegetables of Kumiyama-cho established within the premises of a recently-opened large-scale retail store, the area's name recognition increased gradually, until it experienced growth through establishing repeat customers.
  747. Because of bad fuel consumption, taxi companies that use four-wheel-drive vehicles are very rare, even in snow-covered regions.
  748. Because of being heavily involved in the faith of Christianity, Sorin thoroughly destroyed shrines and temples, fasted on Friday and Saturday and even destroyed a Daruma doll introduced to his family.
  749. Because of certain questionable points on the cause of death there is a theory that he was killed intentionally by the government.
  750. Because of convenience of commodity distribution to Osaka, the economic center, river ports for the water transportation of the Kako-gawa River, such as Hongo and Saji, developed there, providing goods transportation functions in a broad area beyond the county.
  751. Because of costs associated with production, distribution and sales, they have been rarely cultivated for shipment to mass-consumption areas since the 1970s.
  752. Because of daiei, realistic poems depicting the changes of emotion were being outmoded, and complex symbolic poems elaborated in the given theme came to predominate.
  753. Because of defeat of Kazumasu, the influence of ODA in Kozuke Province and Shinano Province was swept away and Kazumasu was removed from the group of chief vassals and he could not attend the Kiyosu conference.
  754. Because of different singing styles of each singer and the tendency of lyrics, enka is also written as '艶歌' or '怨歌,' which are pronounced the same as 演歌.
  755. Because of discord with his own son, Chikaharu, he had ceded his birthplace, Uno-sho Manor in Yamato Province, to his brothers and sisters, however, after the disputes, Chikaharu's proprietary was recognized by the imperial decree.
  756. Because of discrepancies in the descriptions in the materials remaining on the Tsugaru clan and Nanbu clan sides, there are many unknowns in the career of Tamenobu.
  757. Because of expanding demand for the book, the amount supplied from China was far too few to meet demand and publication of 'pirated version' "Bankoku Koho" was immediately started.
  758. Because of financial difficulties of the bakufu itself, the standard of Haishakukin was tightened to curb the contribution in the late Edo period, however, the balance of Haishakukin at the end of 1842 came to about 120,000 ryo.
  759. Because of growing demand for the revival and survival of the shredded tobacco as Japanese traditional culture, however, tobacco farmers were asked to resume cultivation of domestic varieties and then only one brand ("koiki") came back as traditional quality shredded tobacco.
  760. Because of her high popularity, 'The story of Manryu' was serialized in a newspaper, and she appeared on a poster of a famous department store named Mitsukoshi while her name was used in a popular song.
  761. Because of her large network of contacts, she was called as "a person who supports her husband, Tadamori" (quoted from the "Gukansho (History Book)" (Jottings of a Fool) and she was highly respected among the wives of Tadamori.
  762. Because of her mother's second marriage, Ukifune has been brought up as a stepdaughter of the country Governor, and many men want to marry her because of her father's property.
  763. Because of her wide personal connections, she was called 'a great lady, who even supports her husband Tadamori,' ("Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool)) and respected most highly among his wives.
  764. Because of her younger sister-uterine of Emperor Uda, she received the title of Imperial Princess by Imperial Order, and regained her position in the Imperial Family in 891.
  765. Because of her, their home became rich.
  766. Because of his achievement of the reclamation, he received a decoration of the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon, and was raised to baron.
  767. Because of his achievement, he was granted 20 towns of rice field and 1,000 koku (180.39 cubic meters) of crops.
  768. Because of his achievements, Sanekage was promoted to a Juichii Jun-daijin (vice minister, junior first rank), although he was from the Urin Family (the highest rank was Dainagon, chief councilor).
  769. Because of his attitude confrontation inside Buddhists (between Hokke sect and Ikko sect) calmed down.
  770. Because of his attitude, everyone lauded him as "Master Saemon."
  771. Because of his compliance with the disciplinary confinement and the Bloodless Transfer of Edo-jo Castle, the administrative power was transferred as a result of almost a bloodless revolution; he contributed greatly to the Restoration and ensuring of independency of modern Japan.
  772. Because of his contribution to the establishment of the education system and codification of laws, he is counted as one of the six great educators in the Meiji period.
  773. Because of his dedication to FUJIWARA no Yorinaga, he took the retired Emperor Sutoku's side to fight against Kiyomori during the Hogen War.
  774. Because of his devotion to the teachings of Buddhism and Confucius, he was sensitive to death, poverty, aging, and illness, and he was a keen observer of social injustice.
  775. Because of his distinguished war service, he was appointed to Jushiinoge, Samanokami.
  776. Because of his excellent talent, not only his master Shinen and his father Kanezane, but also Gaen who was the younger brother of MINAMOTO no Michichika (he was Kanezane's political enemy) had high expectations to Ryoen, and assumed the position of betto from Gaen at Kofuku-ji Temple in 1207.
  777. Because of his extreme wickedness, the Emperor ordered the formation of a punitive force composed of the Four Loyal Retainers of Yorimitsu, led by MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu of the Settsu-Genji and WATANABE no Tsuna of the Saga-Genji.
  778. Because of his fame on the battlefield, he was permitted access to the Imperial court.
  779. Because of his father's downfall, Toshikata's Joshaku (peerage) was at age of 17, delayed relative to other court nobles who were conferred peerage at an average age of 15.
  780. Because of his father's premature death, power was transferred to his uncle FUJIWARA no Tadahira, which affected the promotion of Akitada, who was 40 years old when appointed Sangi (councillor) in 937.
  781. Because of his intelligience, he was called a 'Yatsumimi' (person with superior instincts and comprehension) and a wonder child.
  782. Because of his involvement in the West Camp, it is said that his fief in Kanbayashi, Ikaruga County, Tanba Province was reduced to 6,000 koku after the Battle of Sekigahara, or that his fiefs were first confiscated before the 6,000 koku fief in Kanbayashi was subsequently returned to him.
  783. Because of his military contribution to the Seinan War, he was promoted to lieutenant general, and also became president of the Army War College.
  784. Because of his obsession with cleanliness, he did not feel right unless he did cooking and washing by himself.
  785. Because of his position, Kagetoki was an easy target for hatred and it was Tokimasa's daughter and Sanetomo's wet nurse Awa no Tsubone that fuelled and inflamed the dissatisfaction of vassals.
  786. Because of his rebellion against the emperor, people had branded him as a traitor since the Meiji era, but after World War II they began to look at him more positively, which illustrates how much the historical point of view affects the way we look at the people in history.
  787. Because of his service he was conferred a rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1181.
  788. Because of his service with Yoshitsune, Yukitsuna was later shunned by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, and his territory in Tada was eventually confiscated.
  789. Because of his strong personality and his powerful administration, evaluation of his administration still remained polarized.
  790. Because of his success in the Sino-Japanese War, he was conferred a peerage of count.
  791. Because of his temper and angry voice, he was dubbed 'lightning old man.'
  792. Because of his unusual look, he is said to have been nicknamed as "Imabenkei."
  793. Because of his warm and sincere personality, he was very much trusted by Goshirakawa, and the fact that he was portrayed as the reasonable one of the Taira clan in the "Tale of the Heike" was because information on his personality was passed down to later generations.
  794. Because of his wide circle of friends and his objective description, the diary is appreciated as a historical material.
  795. Because of illness, Tokiyori ceded the position of shikken to Nagatoki HOJO, member of a branch of the Hojo clan, but he continued to hold the real power.
  796. Because of increase in interest after the War on Japan in the Meiji Period and resulted booming of study in Japan, it was disseminated to the continent that there was a close relationship between acceptance of modern international law and fukoku kyohei (fortifying the country, strengthening the military).
  797. Because of indications that pyrethroid may be carcinogenic, there is an emerging opinion that advocates the use of mosquito nets without chemicals added.
  798. Because of it appearance, the names associated with mizore (sleet) or shirayuki (white snow) are given to dishes.
  799. Because of it, some Ichimatsu ningyo made for ornamental purpose cannot change their outfits.
  800. Because of its contents, the book is also considered the origin of a textbook for common people.
  801. Because of its crunchy texture, it is used for vegetarian dishes instead of jelly fish used in Chinese cuisine.
  802. Because of its delicate fragrance, Sakuraba is used for Sakura-mochi (rice cake with bean paste wrapped in a preserved cherry leaf), ice cream, cookies, etc., to give flavor.
  803. Because of its durability, pongee has been used as everyday clothing and farmers' working clothes for a long time.
  804. Because of its intricate manufacturing process, warosoku is more expensive than western candles and usually sold at butsugu (Buddhist altar fittings) stores.
  805. Because of its location and past history, the majority of movies filmed in the studio are historical in nature, and many of contemporary TV dramas are also filmed there.
  806. Because of its location near the Kimon gate on the northeast side of Kyoto, Mt. Hiei is considered a castle guardian.
  807. Because of its name, it has been eaten to pray for happiness.
  808. Because of its name, it is often mistaken as Kimono that court noble ladies wore (as described in History), in fact it is not.
  809. Because of its name, one may consider it supplemental to the Kenmu Code (established in 1336), which is thought to be the fundamental law of the Muromachi bakufu.
  810. Because of its national isolation, commerce with England, Spain and Portugal who traded with Japan until that time stopped and commerce with ordinary citizens was also prohibited.
  811. Because of its nature of punishing terrible evils, sanpokojin expressed its anger with its hair erect and a fierce look in its eyes, and was similar to Myo-O Zo (Statue of Wisdom Kings) in Esoteric Buddhism.
  812. Because of its nature, Shenkokushisho was abolished once the compilation work of official history book was completed.
  813. Because of its opposition to the Imagawa clan, Yoshiyasu supported the Oda clan in Owari Province who was also resisting the Imagawa clan, then started to maintain the defense system.
  814. Because of its origin, kinukatsugi is also called 'kinukazuki,' or written in Japanese characters as '絹かつぎ,' meaning 'carrying silk.'
  815. Because of its painted form, many emaki are characterized by their visualized subjects based upon various tales with plot, but there are also exceptions like kasen-e with a sequence of poets' portraits without any plot.
  816. Because of its position against the Kenkyu-kai, the group was usually with the Sawa-kai.
  817. Because of its sexually explicit content, it became the first NC-17-rated movie in the United States.
  818. Because of its thin fabric and its open, airy construction, the yukata is mostly worn in summer season, after a bath or as nighttime clothing.
  819. Because of its whiteness with more than good feeling, habutae is used as the highest class liners for wafuku (Japanese kimono garment) and even as the fabric for formal dresses.
  820. Because of pneumonia, he passed away in a hospital in Tokyo at 1:55 on February 13, 2008.
  821. Because of poor health, however, he entered into the priesthood to take medical treatment in 1673.
  822. Because of pressure exerted by Kiyomori, on March 2 Goshirakawa was obliged to decide to dismiss Narichika and recall Tokitada and Nobunori.
  823. Because of so many different elements, the resemblance to or influence of the other works has been pointed out.
  824. Because of some tribes of Ezo who did not submit down to posterity, the territory of Mutsu Province did not expand to the Shimokita Peninsula or Tsugaru region.
  825. Because of strength, metallic products are mainly used for the above purpose.
  826. Because of successful distribution of Martin version, the word 'bankoku koho' became widely known and the word was often used as titles of books.
  827. Because of such backgrounds, there are many who dislike wearing black tabi.
  828. Because of such construction, the chirimen cloth shrinks and grains (concavity and convexity) appear on its surface after refining process.
  829. Because of such difference in flavor and for the purpose of showing the image of a 'natural food,' rice straw and kyogi are used even today for certain high-class products, nature-oriented products and souvenirs.
  830. Because of such difficulties Tsunakata lost interest in politics and retired and let his adopted son Tsunaeda KUTSUKI to take over as head of the family on July 5, 1821; he served as the guardian of his son afterward.
  831. Because of such factors, with respect to sake also, the number of products described as "nama" has been increasing since the 1980s.
  832. Because of such necessities of keeping freshness, in times when transportation technology was low, sushi restaurants were located centering on limited areas such as coastal areas and so on.
  833. Because of such reasons, the name of Shokuho Period is also spreading in recent years, and some suggest the names of Azuchi Osaka Period or Tensho Period.
  834. Because of such relations, it is thought that Mototada traveled to Kyushu several times after that.
  835. Because of such track conditions, maximum speed was limited to only 25 km/h.
  836. Because of such unique circumstance of the train station, Kamameshi ekiben of Yokogawa Station, Shinetsu Main Line (Gunma Prefecture) was popular.
  837. Because of tea incrustation resulting from the sun-drying of the leaves sprinkled with cooking water, they develop an amber color and are also known as 'Tenpiboshi Bancha.'
  838. Because of that achievement, Chushin was reappointed as the chief priest of Shokoku-ji Temple in February 1397; however, he resigned from the position and became the Tassu (a priest who takes care of a tacchu, sub-temple founded to commemorate the death of a high priest) of Rokuon-in Temple.
  839. Because of that amendment, the tax rate of drinking mirin containing a large amount of shochu (the products whose alcohol content is 23 proof or above, or the products whose content of extracted component is below 8%) was raised to the same level at that of shochu, and consequently there was a sharp drop in the demand for naoshi.
  840. Because of that order, the ukai was suspended.
  841. Because of that performance, Watamaro was appointed to sangi, an official in the Ministry of the Treasury, and Mutsu-Dewa Azechi (local inspector of Mutsu and Dewa Provinces).
  842. Because of that success, the Tankai bus with the 200-yen fare cap has been introduced into the entire city since October 1, 2007 and the city bus also started to run with the 200-yen fare cap.
  843. Because of that, Chikafusa returned to Yoshino after his plots were undermined by both the inside and outside and both castles were destroyed in 1343.
  844. Because of that, Motonaga KOZAI/Nagatada YAKUSHIJI and Yukinaga MIYOSHI separated to two side and there was an aggressive struggle for power.
  845. Because of that, Tomokata was adopted from the Imaki family as a child of Tomomitsu, but Tomokata also died at an early age.
  846. Because of that, any of Wang Xi-Zhi's Shinseki (original handwriting) including the Ranteijo does not exist today.
  847. Because of that, disputes have broken out over whether to revise the Imperial House Act and give a female in female line the right of succession to the Imperial Throne, or keep the male line of succession by returning the former Imperial Family as the Imperial Family again.
  848. Because of that, during the Pacific War the Ji sect cooperated with the government through various activities including organizing Jishu Hokokukai (Patriot Association of the Ji Sect) and establishing a branch temple of yugyo temple at Fengtian, Manchuria.
  849. Because of that, even though Takamasa had biological children, he adopted Yoshimasa as a child and had him inherit the family.
  850. Because of that, he adopted Ietsugu SHO, Yoriie's younger brother, but eventually, the successor of the SHO family became Tokiie HONJO, who was Ietsugu's younger brother (Later, Ietsugu's family became Bicchu-Sho clan).
  851. Because of that, he and his brother were punished by dismissal and deprivation of their positions, privileges and properties after the Battle of Shizugatake.
  852. Because of that, he and his brother were punished by dismissal and deprivation of their positions, privileges and properties after the battle.
  853. Because of that, he became estranged from the people surrounding Genji and was consigned to oblivion while Genji wielded power as he pleased.
  854. Because of that, he couldn't ride a horse, so he used only a palanquin in his later years.
  855. Because of that, he joined the Shinsengumi around October 1864.
  856. Because of that, he removed them from the manuscript and made them into a book.
  857. Because of that, if people don't believe and receive Nanmyohorengekyo, which is Honinmyo, or a Geshu sunk under the words of Honmon of Hokekyo, they can't become like a Buddha and earn Gedatsu.
  858. Because of that, in Korea, titles of Ko and Tei (both meaning the Emperor) for the Tenno's family were not accepted, and the titles such as 'Wao' and 'Nihon Kokuo' (both meaning the King of Japan) were used.
  859. Because of that, it is thought that it was possible for the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan (Sekkanke, or line of regents and advisers) to act as supreme power in place of the Imperial Family.
  860. Because of that, it was possibly planned from the beginning that Hirotoji was expected to have a Princess and Empress Komyo (Mother of Empress Komyo was Agata no INUKAI no Michiyo) was expected to have a Prince so that their children could become the Saio and the Emperor.
  861. Because of that, its alternative title was Chasokyo (written as 茶桑経, meaning tea, mulberry, and sutra).
  862. Because of that, like the establishment of Kiroku Shoenken Keijo (Kirokujo, or Land Record Office), he developed various original new policies.
  863. Because of that, most of the time, the price of buying and selling changes according to with or without obi in second-hand stores.
  864. Because of that, people in his home town valued Okubo with a cold attitude and they had never permit a place for Okubo's ashes in a tomb at Kagoshima since very recent years.
  865. Because of that, sharebon disappeared for a while.
  866. Because of that, some say that the explanation was written in error, which should have been 'Prince Motoi (uncertain).'
  867. Because of that, the Chinese government donated a statue of Mencius that had been sculpted from white granite from Shandong Province, and announced at the opening ceremony of the Ritsumeikan University Confucius Institute.
  868. Because of that, the Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei is called the training hall of four sect studies.
  869. Because of that, the National Tax Agency maintains its statistics not with data of shipping and production volumes, but only with those shipped with tax, that is to say, taxable shipping volumes.
  870. Because of that, the actual existence of folklores and achievements relating to the ancestors of the Imperial Family and the existence of the Emperors in the early days are usually seen with doubt.
  871. Because of that, the aim of Saicho to establish Japanese original doctrinal studies of the Tendai Sect, which is said to be a synthesized Buddhism, with Buddhist precepts, Zen, nenbutsu, and Esoteric Buddhism all combined into Hoke-kyo Sutra, had to be interrupted there.
  872. Because of that, the management of the dormitory committee was dissolved and it became an autonomous dormitory in 1972.
  873. Because of that, the more territories the head family of the Anegakoji clan took over, the lesser their support, and the Anegakoji clan's power weakened as a result.
  874. Because of that, the president Danjo EBINA, director and inspector assumed the responsibility and resigned.
  875. Because of that, the tribute stopped because the ships can't advance smoothly, and even though the envoy is on the way, he has not necessarily completed his objective.
  876. Because of that, there are some history books which are written about Tadateru as Kazusa no suke even after he became Shosho.
  877. Because of that, there is also INAGAKI's grave in Kakuozan Nittai-ji Temple in Nagoya City, where the Buddha's ashes are dedicated.
  878. Because of that, there were a succession of delinquency, desertation, illicit change of registration to private estate by small scale farmers and small or medium-sized landlords, and the state were unable to ensure the stable income.
  879. Because of that, when Emperor Gosan-jo, who did not have any of the Sekkan house's blood, came to power, the influence of the Sekkan household began to decline.
  880. Because of the Bunan koji disturbance in 1444, koji production was forced to merge by military force as a part of sake trading (Refer to "History of Sake - Muromachi period).
  881. Because of the Emperor Sutoku's abdication and Taikenmonin's renouncing the world, however, the Kanin branch gradually lost its power and Tsunemune's promotion also stagnated.
  882. Because of the Japanese army marching north, the Ming army once considered to give up Hanchen, but they finally decided to resist going down south.
  883. Because of the Matsuda clan's having built the unchallenged power in the western Bizen Province in around 1483, the Akamatsu clan, the Shugo, was wary of them, and Norikuni URAGAMI, a family member of Norimune URAGAMI, who was ordered to hunt down and kill them by Masanori AKAMATSU, attacked them.
  884. Because of the Nitobe's book, Bushido is a common word in the world.
  885. Because of the Noriyori army, TAIRA no Tomomori, the head of the Taira clan couldn't join the battle of Yashima and stayed in Nagato Province.
  886. Because of the Treaty of Tianjin and the Treaty of Beijing resulted from the Arrow War, the Qing dynastic was obliged at least from diplomatic point of view to recognize western countries as equal existence to own country.
  887. Because of the above, there was friction inside the Takeda family between the old vassals group from the time of Shingen and the close retainers group from the time of Katsuyori.
  888. Because of the above-mentioned misinterpretation, the Japanese word "ikki" has generally been introduced to the world through its English translation as "riot" or "revolt," words suggesting violent behavior in a public place or an illegal, sometimes violent attempt to change the political system.
  889. Because of the above-mentioned reasons, Suzaku also appears from time to time in the origin stories of temples and shrines, as well as in the private (non-official) era names listed in the topographies and so forth.
  890. Because of the above-mentioned reasons, there is an approximately one-month difference between a date according to the Gregorian calendar and the equivalent date according to the Tenpo calendar (actually, the difference between the dates varies from year to year and this degree of variation is also approximately one month).
  891. Because of the achievement, Yorisue, as the third son, also obtained a territory in Shinano and moved to Inoue in Takai county (present Suzaka City, Nagano Prefecture) with his legitimate son MINAMOTO no Mitsuzane during the period of Chokyu.
  892. Because of the appearance of these reinforcements, Shigenari KUMURA died in the battle and other troops were also annihilated, Morichika was forced to retreat.
  893. Because of the archaeological achievements of recent years, especially the new date estimations of dendrochronology, the theory which suggests the establishment of an embryonic nation in Yamato Region going back to about the 2nd century, contemporary with Yamatai, has come to be dominant.
  894. Because of the bad relationship, Sadayo had a suspicion that Fuyusuke was communicating secretly with the Southern Court, and the following year he had him executed (Mizushima Incident).
  895. Because of the batch production system, no weighing process is required.
  896. Because of the boom, shochu focusing on ingredients and the manufacturing process were also released more and more.
  897. Because of the change, Respect for the Aged Day came to fall on September 21 or 20 in some years.
  898. Because of the closer relationship that developed with Korea, the three goddesses, who were native and local deities, came to be worshipped as national deities after the fifth century.
  899. Because of the conflict against TAKABE, he left Kisei-sha with his school to find Keiin-sha in 1941.
  900. Because of the conflict between Emperor Sanjo and Michinaga the governmental affairs stalled, but the political tide was advantageous to Michinaga.
  901. Because of the consolidation of the logicalness, Jingi belief was able to confront the invasion of Buddhism and symbioses with.
  902. Because of the contents of the protocol the Qing dynasty and even the Republic of China that succeeded it had been suffered.
  903. Because of the continuous good harvest during the Bunka and Bunsei era (1804 to 1829), the bakufu promulgated the katte-zukuri decree of Bunka in 1806 which made it possible for a person who did not have sakekabu to brew sake as long as he or she filed it.
  904. Because of the continuous good harvest during the early period of the Horeki era (1751 to 1763), the bakufu promulgated the katte-zukuri decree (the deregulation policy to promote sake brewing) in 1754, and allowed the brewing of new sake.
  905. Because of the contrast of white salt and black sesame, the word gomashio is also used figuratively for something white and black.
  906. Because of the cornerstones for an old tower within the property and the style of roof tiles that have been unearthed, it is thought that construction dates back to the early Nara period.
  907. Because of the customs of the samurai society at that time, she was not allowed to live with her child, Yoshinobu who had been adopted by a different family; However, the remaining letters show that she and Youshinobu closely corresponded and frequently communicated.
  908. Because of the danger involved, a dangerous place became known as yaba, which led to 'yaba,i' slang for dangerous thing.
  909. Because of the death of Toshiie MAEDA, a member of Gotairo, and the downfall of Mitsunari ISHIDA, a member of Gobugyo, and due to the attack on Mitsunari ISHIDA by seven commanders, Ieyasu seized the initiative in the Toyotomi Government.
  910. Because of the deaths of such powerful figures, the Aso clan quickly lost its power.
  911. Because of the decline in sake production after 1975 as well as the adoption of high-temperature saccharification mainly by major sake manufacturers, there was a downward trend in the amount of sakekasu by-product distributed.
  912. Because of the defeat in Mizushima, suppression of the Taira family by Yoshinaka was frustrated.
  913. Because of the deportation order of Christians in 1614, he left for Macao on the 7th of November.
  914. Because of the description about Himiko in 'Gishiwajinden,' some say that Himiko was a shaman-like person who conducted magic and that Yamatai was a primitive magic state.
  915. Because of the difference in age of Tokitada and Tokiko on one hand and Chikamune on the other, there is a high possibility that the mother of Tokitada and Tokiko was not Chikamune's mother.
  916. Because of the discovery, the theory that Fuhonsen coin was 'the first distributed coin' became widely accepted in academic meetings for a period of time.
  917. Because of the distinguished service, he was awarded a post of Jitoshiki (manager and lord of manor) in Iga Province, Sanuki Province, Izumi Province, Echizen Province and Omi Province, etc.
  918. Because of the economic downturn from the previous autumn, the corporate sector's performance declined in succession and some suspected the application, but the city side said as follows.
  919. Because of the educational reform after World War II, it became one of the parent organizations of Kyoto Gakugei University (Kyoto University of Education, as of now) under the new educational system.
  920. Because of the effect of Sunagashi around the top of Ashinagachoji, it looks like having a bulge like a balloon.
  921. Because of the efforts he made to stand up for the downtrodden and social outcasts, and his heroic, tragic death in battle, he has long been the subject of anecdotes and legends among people throughout the Kanto area.
  922. Because of the emergence of 'regional imperial universities with preparatory courses' and 'national medical colleges without preparatory courses,' equating graduation from former higher school and going to an imperial university no longer worked.
  923. Because of the enthronement of Emperor Takakura in 1168 she became Naishi no suke (a court lady of the first rank) and her rank became Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  924. Because of the enthusiasm of people who sought to restore Kansai Kabuki, a subsidy from Osaka City and cooperation from Minrokyo (liaison conference of private sector labor union), the promoter also got moving.
  925. Because of the excellent performance given in "Shinsengumi Keppuroku" and "Moeyo Ken", Asahi KURIZUKA is known as a legendary figure and a great actor playing the part of Toshizo HIJIKATA.
  926. Because of the existence of many patterns for which fingers and a thumb are put together, in what direction a palm is oriented (outward, inward, upward or otherwise), and so forth, there are many variations of this inso.
  927. Because of the fact that Narichika actually was the leader of the conspiracy to bring down the Taira clan, Shigemori was greatly ashamed and lost his political standing.
  928. Because of the fact that, Encho, who later received Bodhisattva Precepts from him, was a disciple of Saicho, there became exchange between the two.
  929. Because of the fact, Inoue took every chance to insist on his claim to nationalize the railways and acquire the private railway companies.
  930. Because of the following reasons there is a view that views wani as a crocodile.
  931. Because of the following reasons:
  932. Because of the food shortage in the postwar period, people drank it with half-assuming risks.
  933. Because of the great authority it was granted, it was also called 'To no mikado' (government office located far from the capital).
  934. Because of the high population density, there are many railroad crossings, which introduced a rule in which the train must stop completely within 600 meters after the emergency brake is activated (600m provision).
  935. Because of the historical reason (see below) the object on which shigin recites is chiefly Chinese poetry, but waka, haiku and new-style poetry are often recited.
  936. Because of the importance of their role, they were allowed to adopt surnames and wear pairs of swords.
  937. Because of the impoverishment of finance of the clan, he carried out monopolization of tobacco, and in addition, he established the hanko, Kyosenkan School.
  938. Because of the improvement of coastal fishery methods and distribution, handling fresh seafoods became increasingly easier.
  939. Because of the influence of the Amendment to the Higher School Order, the university preparatory course was renamed as advanced course.
  940. Because of the influences of TV dramas and novels, we have an image of her as a lady having both wit and beauty as well as good nature.
  941. Because of the insufficient supply of rice during and after the Pacific War, however, three-time increased sake volume by adding alcohol became popular and, on the other hand, ginjoshu was developed with the aim to utilize alcohol adding for improvement.
  942. Because of the internal strife in the same family, Kawachi-Genji's power declined greatly.
  943. Because of the lack of a family heir during the early Edo period, the fourth son of Emperor Goyozei was adopted by his maternal uncle, Nobutada KONOE, and became the head of the Konoe family as Nobuhiro KONOE.
  944. Because of the land-tax reform in 1875, the tax paid by farmers changed from rice to money, and farmers began to make a point of the harvest volume to reduce the quality of rice while demand for sake increased to have Kuramoto endeavor to secure rice for brewing sake.
  945. Because of the law, the custom and system concerning Mizunomi came to an end.
  946. Because of the legend that this shrine is Motomiya (an origin of Miya) of the Toyouke Dai-jingu Shrine, it is also known as 'Motoisegeku Shrine' (the old outer shrine of Ise Shrine).
  947. Because of the many descriptions of Chinese society and customs in the 9th century that do not appear in official histories, it is rated as a highly valuable historical source for the study of Tang history.
  948. Because of the mood while traveling in such outmoded passenger cars along with its long running distance, this line attracted the attention of railway enthusiasts, or so-called 'Noritetsu,' and books describing the memories of boarding were written by travel writers such as Shunzo MIYAWAKI and Naoki TANEMURA.
  949. Because of the nature of the situation, Hibyoin was often built in a suburb, and so many patients died one after another that it was sometimes built near a crematory.
  950. Because of the noise they make, shinai are also used as weapons in overseas pro wrestling, such as the WWE, where they are known as kendo sticks.
  951. Because of the occupation of Mimana by Silla in 540, he was accused of the foreign policy failure (the ceding of Mimana and so on) by MONONOBE no Okoshi and fell from his position and retired.
  952. Because of the official court rank of her husband, Shigemori, she was called Dainagon (chief councilor of state) Naishi no suke or Dainagon Sanmi (Third Rank) (however, when the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) was conferred to her is unknown).
  953. Because of the pasting process, only a normal type is accepted for use as the official post card, so the ink-jet type and the glossy-type New Year's lottery postcard aren't accepted.
  954. Because of the platform structure, passengers had to detour to the northern edge of the platform when changing trains between Keihan Main Line (Platform 4) and Keishin Line.
  955. Because of the poor harvest the domain also had to buy rice with coins normally reserved for exchanges of han bills.
  956. Because of the popular belief of the 'white rabbit,' in extreme cases there are pictures that depict an albino European rabbit indigenous to Europe.
  957. Because of the post-war educational reform, the former higher schools merged with former universities and other institutions of higher education, and many of them became parent organizations such as faculties of general education, literature or science at universities under the new system.
  958. Because of the poverty in his biological family, he was adopted into the Takahashi family in Takayashiki village, Ogachi County, Dewa Province.
  959. Because of the power of Hongan made by Amida Buddha himself, mankind is able to be born in the Pure Land.
  960. Because of the practice of ninen mairi, there is a custom of having public transportation on New Year's Eve run all through the night without any stoppage.
  961. Because of the precision necessary in order to remove the head in one cut, the kaishakunin had to be a skilled swordsman, as an unskilled kaishakunin could easily require several strikes in order to sever the neck.
  962. Because of the premature mortality of the son of his older brother, Tadamitsu TODA, Tadato became the heir on June, 1754.
  963. Because of the prohibition of meat-eating in the religious precepts (five commandments) of the Zen sect, they used adzuki beans instead of mutton for a vegetarian dish.
  964. Because of the ratification of the peace treaty after the Opium War, Kaikin Policy became almost invalid.
  965. Because of the relation with Ganjiro, some people read 'Ganjaku', but originally it has not a sonant sound.
  966. Because of the relation, he served as karo (chief retainer) of Hideyoshi from an early period.
  967. Because of the relationship with Keno Province, Musashi Province initially belonged to Tosando, and accordingly the Tosando Musashi-michi Road was built.
  968. Because of the relaxation of liquor sales licensing in 1989, large-scale discount stores were able to sell beer-type liquor.
  969. Because of the reports and articles published in newspapers stating those art pieces to be the 'discoveries of the century,' this auction drew quite a large attention from the public, although later it was found that those pieces were actually counterfeits.
  970. Because of the rule that the Minister of Army must be served by military men on active duty, the SAIONJI Cabinet, unable to appoint an eligible successor, had no choice but to resign en block.
  971. Because of the separation of Buddhism and Shintoism by the Meiji Government, Hachiman Daibosatsu disappeared.
  972. Because of the series of bad conditions such as Junkei was too young and Junsei died in 1564, the Tsutsui clan didn't have any power to even control their own troops, and in the Battle of Tsutsui-jo Castle, their base Tsutsui-jo Castle finally fell to Hisahide, and Junkei was exiled from Yamato.
  973. Because of the shortage of materials, mitsumata and kozo, similar to ganpi, were mixed together, and torinoko paper is made using mitsumata at present.
  974. Because of the squared characters, it gave the impression that the stamping surface was packed with the characters when many characters were used.
  975. Because of the structure, an added burial was impossible, and there was no space where people were able to move around.
  976. Because of the success of his book, he was considered to be a hero of the time and this might have resulted in creating the existing fiction.
  977. Because of the successful achievements, the area is called 'Takumi' (craft master).
  978. Because of the sudden death of his older brother Emperor Gokomyo, it was necessary for the Imperial court to secure nominees for the heir to the Imperial throne in order to prevent the extinction of imperial line.
  979. Because of the tale mentioned earlier, Ugayafukiaezu has also been prayed to as a deity to whom people pray for matrimonial harmony and safe childbirth.
  980. Because of the teachings of the High Priest Shoku, who was a successor of Honen, he became a priest and introduced himself Shinsho.
  981. Because of the time, he could not have tolerated those who stood against him, even if the person was from his own family and had made great achievements.
  982. Because of the transfer of national capital to the city of Heiankyo, it was flourished as an outer harbor of the capital.
  983. Because of the unearthed special vessel stands and jars, Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus is considered to have been constructed in the early Kofun period.
  984. Because of the uniquness of this treaty, a part of the allied western powers had a suspicion that they made a secret agreement on the military alliance, or had an opposing argument on the exterritoriality, so the ratification was delayed.
  985. Because of the unmistakable shape of Ecchu fundoshi, an acknowledgement has implicitly been held by the Japanese that an oriental man who wears a white Ecchu fundoshi must be a Japanese man, and indeed the fundoshi is often used as a symbol that indicates a Japanese man in movies or TV dramas.
  986. Because of the victory of Japan in the war, the amity treaty, which was the irregular equal treaty, was changed into the unequal treaty in favor of Japan.
  987. Because of the wallet Kanpei is holding, he is suspected by Okaya, his mother-in law, of killing his father-in-law.
  988. Because of the wishes of the senior vassals who were after power and backed up by the Ouchi and Mori families, Zenkei TASAKA and other guardian vassals were killed and Shigehira was sent away to be a priest.
  989. Because of the work of his father, an engineer for South Manchuria Railways, he moved to Manchuria at the age of two, and spent his childhood there.
  990. Because of the worsening relations with Shinto and the Meiji Government which had protected Shinto due to the anti-Buddhist movement at the beginning of the Meiji period, the Buddhist world showed some moves to improve such relations by taking advantage of hostility toward Christianity, or "the common enemy."
  991. Because of the wound, he was forced to have his left leg amputated and took a leave of absence from service from March 7, 1895.
  992. Because of their fragility, extremely few akari shoji made in ancient times are still in existence today.
  993. Because of these arguments, there exists a claim in the Republic of Korea and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea that the treaty was already invalid in the first place at the stage of 1905, when it was concluded, i.e. it did not come into force from the beginning.
  994. Because of these attitudes, Toei was criticized and it was said that the Toei sankaku (triangle) represents "san-kaku" (three deficiencies): giri-kaku (deficiency in the sense of duty), haji-kaku (deficiency in shame), and ninjo-kaku (deficiency in humaneness).
  995. Because of these benefits from this, people did not leave the area despite recurring floods.
  996. Because of these blood relations, Nobuchika ODA seems to have been accepted as an adopted child of ODA family.
  997. Because of these carrying poles it can be 'wheelied' by raising the danjiri during a parade known as 'rengo biki,'.
  998. Because of these cases, in a broad sense (in general), it can be said that "fresh- and boiled-type hiyamugi noodles also exist."
  999. Because of these contradictions, it cannot be definitively said that Mt. Kurabu indicates Mt. Kurama.
  1000. Because of these developments, the Mibu masterless warriors group became fractured, whereupon Toshizo HIJIKATA is said to have made Kondo stand up and bear verbal abuse in relation to the demise of Tonouchi, offering his condolences, and expressing his resolve to play a more active role.

46001 ~ 47000

Previous Page    Next page
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438