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  1. Because of these disputes, both factions lost their talented persons who could lead each faction, and they lost the power to resolve the issues and reconcile with each other.
  2. Because of these facts, there are several groups that have a different style of performance within the Kanze-ryu, and each group forms its own school.
  3. Because of these findings, Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus is believed to be a dramatically enlarged version of (and successor of) the tombs covered with heaps of earth from the Yayoi period.
  4. Because of these internal and external situations Yoshimasa completely lost his motivation in politics, and he gradually immersed himself in construction projects, such as building mansions, sarugaku and holding drinking parties.
  5. Because of these investigations of history, many results that are largely different from well-known images of history have been reported: Yoshihiko AMINO is a typical researcher reporting such results.
  6. Because of these issues, compared to the previous year, convenience stores and supermarkets promoted unaju (rice topped with broiled eel) and other products that used domestic eels on the midsummer day of the ox in 2007, even though their prices were higher.
  7. Because of these movements, a common cultural or economic sphere was established in many provinces, and the notion of "China" became widespread in the area located along the middle reaches of the Yellow River.
  8. Because of these reasons, 'to be tasted' means that the taster holds the glass, smells the fragrance coming up from the sake, holds it in a mouth and appreciates it on every point of the tongue with smelling the sake.
  9. Because of these significant achievements, Ume is called 'the father of Japanese Civil Code.'
  10. Because of these situations, the logging of chestnut trees as the material for railroad ties and miscellaneous trees for charcoal making were the main activities, as well as the selective cutting for construction materials and pulpwood for the cultivation of shiitake mushrooms, although the logging lumber was still under way at the same time.
  11. Because of these things, YASHIRO concluded that although "Azuma Kagami" takes a form of diary, it was definitely compiled in later ages.
  12. Because of these traditions, he is regarded as the pioneering god of Echizen Province.
  13. Because of these troubles, the bureaucracy of China had to be cautious about negotiation with powerful countries which always tried to make profits shielding themselves behind international law and treaties.
  14. Because of these, chikushi had replaced wisteria paper and mashi (paper made of hemp), the former high quality papers, and had become used for letter and calligraphic work and paintings.
  15. Because of this Akimitsu was called 'Akuryo-safu.'
  16. Because of this Korea would be dragged into the world of sweeping modern capitalism whether it liked it or not.
  17. Because of this Michinaga was said to be deeply indebted to his mother-in-law.
  18. Because of this Nobunaga started going to the capital in October.
  19. Because of this Yoshiteru could return to Kyoto, but Nagayoshi (Chokei) held power over the government, being assigned to the positions of Oshobanshu and Shuri daibu.
  20. Because of this a family name was used in the same way as a clan name and hereditary title after the 12th century.
  21. Because of this accomplishment he received a crest of yosekake from Emperor Gotoba, and his family crest became Yotsumeyui.
  22. Because of this achievement, Harumi SHIBUKAWA was assigned as newly created Tenmongata (official astronomer to the shogun) from the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  23. Because of this achievement, Yoshitada was appointed to a provincial constable of the Kii province.
  24. Because of this achievement, his rank medals for merit were advanced the next year, and he became Junior Third Rank Order of Second Class.
  25. Because of this and the diversification of values, hobbies, and the way people spend their weekends, few want to take the job due to the decline of festival culture, as well as the reduced profits of the tekiya.
  26. Because of this arrangement, there was an armed dispute between Emperor Heizei and Emperor Saga, and Emperor Saga won (The Kusuko Incident).
  27. Because of this background Hikogoro took a pledge of brotherhood with KONDO and supported Tennen Rishin-ryu.
  28. Because of this background of reestablishment, they have 'Somemaru' as the family tomena (uninherite name) instead of original 'Shoza HAYASHIYA.'
  29. Because of this background, he is thought to have got a toehold to enter Mino Province together with his uncle MINAMOTO no Kunifusa (the founder of the Toki clan).
  30. Because of this battle, the Choshu clan were expelled from Kyoto as rebels, and the bakufu dispatched the army to try and conquer them.
  31. Because of this change in social situation, Bunjin came to have two aspects of an official bureaucrat and a private Bunjin after the Sung period through a transitional stage in the Tang period.
  32. Because of this character of the statue, Kangiten is a Buddhist statue not usually shown to the public.
  33. Because of this complication, some historians think that this part of the descriptions in Nihonshoki includes errors.
  34. Because of this contribution, he was given three counties in Oshu Shirakawa.
  35. Because of this contributions, Takatsugu was promoted and given the Obama domain in Wakasa Province together with 85,000 koku.
  36. Because of this deed, the descendants of TACHIBANA no Kimiyori received the hereditary title of Lord of Kamachi, Chikugo Province.
  37. Because of this domesticated life style which lacked elegance, Yugiri's affection gradually shifted toward Kashiwagi's widow (that is, the sister-in-law of Kumoi no kari), Ochiba no miya.
  38. Because of this easing of regulations, there is a lingering doubt that many brands which could not be named junmaishu because of using rice powder, etc. although no alcohol was added, were upgraded to junmaishu.
  39. Because of this fact, it is said that special caution against molds and food intoxication is necessary.
  40. Because of this he is eventually cut off.
  41. Because of this incident, Masanari was dismissed as commander of Iga-doshin.
  42. Because of this incident, he was deprived of the Annka Domain for punishment (kaieki).
  43. Because of this incident, he was transferred to Shimobun Village.
  44. Because of this incident, the Yoshioka family and school ended.
  45. Because of this incident, the ceremony of the Emperor reaching the age of maturity was postponed.
  46. Because of this incident, the transfer of the capital to Heijo-kyo did not happen.
  47. Because of this internal defiance, the Tokugawa family could not completely fulfill the surrender conditions.
  48. Because of this kind of bizarrerie, it is said that old rice paddles and dippers should not be thrown away.
  49. Because of this move, whilst the anti-Shogunate group lost their justification to attack the Shogunate, the Tokugawa family intended to gain entry into the administration unified by the name of the Emperor and continue their control of power.
  50. Because of this omen, Imperial Prince Oshikuma was frightened and retreated to the Suminoetsu Port.
  51. Because of this opposition, Ieyoshi decided to choose Iesada as successor to Shogun after all.
  52. Because of this origin, the character 升 came to represent 'masu' (a square, wooden measuring cup), and also sho, which is the unit of the volume measured with the masu, and in addition, it now represents the Japanese verb 'noboru' (means 'rise'), which came from the act of scooping something up with a ladle.
  53. Because of this outstanding achievement, Munenari DATE (lord of the Uwajima clan), the Minister of Foreign Affairs in the new government, notified the French envoy Roches, who was stationed in Edo, that Montblanc was to be appointed Japanese Consul General in Paris.
  54. Because of this particular topographical feature, Tomonoura became known as Shiomachi no minato (a port for awaiting a favorable tide) from ancient times onward, as chanted in some poems composed by Tabito OTOMO and others, in Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves).
  55. Because of this performance, Shigesada was appointed as Uemon no shojo (Junior Lieutenant of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards) or the Governor of Chikugo Province.
  56. Because of this policy, high-grade rice for sake brewing such as Omachi, Kokuryomiyako and Kamenoo gradually disappeared and many varieties were extinguished.
  57. Because of this problem, the Ouchi clan and Miyoshi clan were able to move their army to Kyoto and attain the hegemony, but unable to maintain it.
  58. Because of this reason, in June, Yoshimasa shaved his head and became an ordained monk, and he decided to leave from his effective duties in the government.
  59. Because of this relation, the 'mausoleum of Nobunaga ODA' in fact exists in the Amida-ji Temple (moved to Tsuruyamacho, Kamigyo Ward).
  60. Because of this revision, this route began actual operations, not just for the purpose of maintaining a route license.
  61. Because of this searching YAMAMOTO was dismissed from the University.
  62. Because of this service, he was honored to hold the post of three offices (Shikibu shoyu, Daigaku no kami and Monjo hakase).
  63. Because of this situation, Kashikiya-hime and Umako started to bear a grudge against Prince Anahobe.
  64. Because of this situation, Tamekazu was often sent to Kai around that time, supposedly serving as a diplomatic agent for the Imagawa clan.
  65. Because of this situation, kanin came to be managed by Fusetsurei, the subordinate officials of Shofu (a governmental title, one of nine Ministers), and the unified rules were established.
  66. Because of this situation, the court nobles began to think that it was impossible to refuse bukeshisso.
  67. Because of this situation, there is an opinion that farmers in Edo period were exploited.
  68. Because of this success, Bogo JANG was appointed to 感義軍使 and received a land-grant of 2,000 households.
  69. Because of this suggestion, Hidemasa chose another way, even though Horio's troops came down but Hidemasa attacked enemy forces from the side and could beat Masachika's troops ("Meisho Genkoroku" [the collections of anecdotes of great commanders in Japanese history]).
  70. Because of this system, seeing the statistics of single distilled shochu makers, production and shipping volumes are sometimes different from the actual sales of the brands of the makers.
  71. Because of this the Imperial court decided to part with conventional ways and move ahead with diplomatic ties, while improving the navy and army.
  72. Because of this the Meiji government actively promoted the policy of emigration.
  73. Because of this the character '平' was chosen, and in order to use the Chinese style, which uses two character for place names, '城' from the word '城市' (fortified town) was added, and they were together used for the name of the capital '平城.'
  74. Because of this transfer, some buses on the Yawata Tanabe Line departed from and arrived at Kusauchi Municipal elementary school.
  75. Because of this work, the weavers of the tsumekaki hon tsurezure ori take good care of their hands, and let the fingernails of their dominant hand grow long, and shave them jaggedly with a file.
  76. Because of this, 'a ban on eating pufferfish' was issued.
  77. Because of this, AOKI thinks, Obitona was able to provide agricultural support and construction of farm ponds that required the Chinese technology.
  78. Because of this, Beijing and Tianjin effectively became cut off.
  79. Because of this, Biten YASUMOTO wrote in his book, 'Yamatai Koku and Izumo Shinwa' (Yamatai Kingdom and Myths of Izumo), that the whole eastern part of Izumo was the Nenokuni.
  80. Because of this, Emishi and Hayato were thought to be barbarians by the 'inland' people; they were despised and excluded by the people under the Emperor's rule.
  81. Because of this, Emperor Tenchi made them build national defenses along the coast of the sea of Genkai, Seto Inland Sea and let refugees of Baekje immigrate to Togoku and moved the palace from Asuka in the Nara Basin to Omi no miya which is located on the southern edge of Lake Biwa.
  82. Because of this, Genji, who has become involved in the political conflict between the Udaijin and Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) after the death of Emperor Kiritsubo, is put in a difficult situation.
  83. Because of this, Hongan-ji Temple in Shichijo Horikawa, succeed by Junnyo, came to be called Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, and the religious community of Hongan-ji Temple was split into East and West.
  84. Because of this, Ieyasu destroyed all sorts of things related to Mitsunari including temples to say nothing of Sawayama-jo Castle, and ordered Naotsugu II, a son of Naomasa, who succeeded his father, to construct Hikone-jo Castle.
  85. Because of this, Imagawa clan was put in a diplomatically disadvantaged position.
  86. Because of this, Japanese whisky was mostly for Japan's domestic market.
  87. Because of this, Kazumasa surrendered to Nobunaga when Sawayama-jo Castle was attacked on February 24, 1571.
  88. Because of this, Kokiden feels hatred for Kiritsubo, Genji, whom she left behind, and Empress Fujitsubo.
  89. Because of this, Konoe and the cabinet members resigned en masse on July 18.
  90. Because of this, Koshu became a basin.
  91. Because of this, Kyonyo could not succeed to his father's position.
  92. Because of this, Makuta left the capital under the pretense of illness before the Jinshin War and stayed at home in Yamato (Yamato Province) with his brother, OTOMO no Fukei.
  93. Because of this, Morosuke's family, the Kujo Line, was placed in a more advantageous position than the descendants of his elder brother, FUJIWARA no Saneyori (Ononomiya Line), which should have been the main line of the family.
  94. Because of this, Motomori's older brother Tanemichi HATANO and Kataharu YANAGIMOTO joined hands with Rokuro HOSOKAWA (the heir of Sumimoto and later Harumoto) and Motonaga MIYOSHI (grandson of Yukinaga), and started a rebellion against Takakuni (Sakaikubo [the municipal government based in Sakai City]).
  95. Because of this, Murasaki Shikibu was given the nickname 'Nihongi no Otsubone,' but it is widely thought that the Emperor's words brought her into ridicule because it was felt that a woman shouldn't read Chinese classics, and she was distressed by the words.
  96. Because of this, Naomasa is thought to have been a lucky man.
  97. Because of this, Naomasa's surviving retainers took over the wishes of the deceased, and after the reexamination, they started building the castle on Mt. Hikone (Mt. Konki, present place for Hikone Castle) on Lake Biwa.
  98. Because of this, Nikka-mon gate was considered to be more important than Gekka-mon gate due to its close proximity to the Sakone court.
  99. Because of this, Nobumitsu KANZE (the seventh son of Otoami) and his son Nagatoshi KANZE played an important role as guardians.
  100. Because of this, Noriyori was exiled to Izu, and was later executed.
  101. Because of this, Sawanomiya became an adopted child of Emperor Meiji, and he was given the name Takehito after receiving an order by Imperial Order to become a Prince on August 26.
  102. Because of this, Shaku Nihongi has been considered a highly valuable historical document which supplements the parts lacking in "Kojiki" and "Nihon Shoki."
  103. Because of this, Shigi Kenpo were no longer brought to the government for discussion and thus were not directly reflected in the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  104. Because of this, Sutoku feels vexation.
  105. Because of this, Tadachika KUWATA, a professor at Kokugakuin University and other scholars had taken serious consideration in the Ichinotani incident, and concludes the location from the war's situation and the fragmented written records contained within historical materials.
  106. Because of this, Takauji, who exiled the authentic emperor (Go-Daigo), was described in a negative way as a traitor.
  107. Because of this, University President Danjo EBINA, a manager and a supervisor took responsibility and resigned.
  108. Because of this, Washi Myoken Daibosatsu was brought from Jusen-ji Temple to Chokoku-ji Temple in Asakusa to be unveiled on Tori no hi in November since its establishment.
  109. Because of this, Western studies prospered from the mid-Edo period.
  110. Because of this, Yoritomo formed together a separate force for MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune and had them attack the Taira at their stronghold on Yashima in Sanuki Province.
  111. Because of this, Yoshiharu and Yoshiteru were driven out from Kyoto to Omi Province along with Harumoto HOSOKAWA.
  112. Because of this, Yoshitomo suggests to Shinzei that they should set fire to the enemy, and Shinzei agrees to the assessment.
  113. Because of this, a cherry tree that has been grown from the seed of Someiyoshino can't be called Someiyoshino.
  114. Because of this, a cloth used to temporarily keep the curve is also called 'obi'.
  115. Because of this, a deep rift developed between Goshirakawa and Munemori.
  116. Because of this, a rally took place in different places of the country such as the public hall in Osaka City on September 3, to stand against the peace treaty and call for continueing the war.
  117. Because of this, after that it became impossible to ignore the wishes of the Retired Emperor (Cloistered Emperor) when appointing someone as regent or chancellor.
  118. Because of this, all steps were taken to be sure that there would be no mistake in reading during the Shokushi (reciting a Shinto prayer) to the emperor.
  119. Because of this, although the government proceeded with various policies such as the Westernization policy in order to be equal to western countries, it took a half century to revise the unequal treaty.
  120. Because of this, by the time the Northern and Southern Courts were unified, almost no kokuga (public) territories remained.
  121. Because of this, compared to the western battle array of the same period, sonae possessed higher mobility and topographical adaptability.
  122. Because of this, conquering the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea, Bogo JANG built an empire of the sea all over the Eastern Asia and his name became well-known in Japan, too.
  123. Because of this, different schools of naginata designed for women were established, and the sword shows held in Meiji period became quite popular.
  124. Because of this, each distillery in Japan has been recently diversified gradually.
  125. Because of this, electric cars going through to the Hokuriku area on the Kosei Line were limited to cars capable of switching AC and DC thereon, namely AC/DC electric cars such as JNR/JR Limited Express Series 485 and JNR/JR Electric Locomotive Type EF81for AC/DC electric cars.
  126. Because of this, except for the time of congestion or emergency, men do not often use a toilet basin and thus many of them are reluctant to empty their bowels in the lavatory of public facilities such as a school, a company, and so on.
  127. Because of this, family rank of the Imperial family was abolished.
  128. Because of this, forereachers have a slight advantage in this track whereas the third cyclist in the line often faces unfavorable developments during the race.
  129. Because of this, four capitals were placed in Nicomedia, Sirumium, Meduiolanum and Augusta Treverorum respectively, and Rome lost its capital functions but nominally remained as the capital of the Empire.
  130. Because of this, from this point on, the power of Tomiko and Shogun's aides, including Sadachika ISE, strengthened.
  131. Because of this, fugu sashimi is sliced into thin slices.
  132. Because of this, groups of countrymen and vassals in Mikawa and Totomi Provinces panicked, and the movement to secede from the Imagawa clan spread.
  133. Because of this, he became a priest, and referred to himself as 'Ganren-bo,' and went into seclusion in Ohara.
  134. Because of this, he consulted with the Bank of Japan branch office and received cooperation to arrange a means of rescuing Kitahama Bank through the Bank of Japan head office.
  135. Because of this, he entered into priesthood in 761, living in Kensakuin in the Todai-ji Temple and in the east building of Daian-ji Temple, and was called Imperial Prince Zenji.
  136. Because of this, he gave the number 'thirty-seven' to 'Nori no shi,' originally another name for 'Yume no Ukihashi,' and made the total number of volumes in the Tale of Genji thirty-seven.
  137. Because of this, he is mocked, and his other two wives are jealous of her, but he pretends not to know it.
  138. Because of this, he kept an intimacy with the Hojo clan through life, and he often supported the father and son, Yoshitoki HOJO and Yasutoki HOJO, at critical moments such as the Battle of WADA and the Jokyu War, and he dedicated himself to the achievement of the domination by the Hojo clan.
  139. Because of this, he served Imagawa clan
  140. Because of this, he was considered the 'soshi' (founder) by later generations and became the subject of Noh chants.
  141. Because of this, he was oppressed by FUJIWARA no Yorinaga, who held the title of Sadaijin (minister of the left), and was removed as azukaridokoro (a deputy of "Shoen" manor lord) in the manor of sekke where Nobunori was designated (because Yorinaga was Toshi choja (head of the Fujiwara clan) on this occasion).
  142. Because of this, he was said to have been cursed by Michizane's vengeful spirit.
  143. Because of this, he was severely repremanded by Hideyoshi.
  144. Because of this, his daughter Yae who was diagnosed with leprosy (later determined as misdiagnose) was placed in a miserable situation at one time.
  145. Because of this, his younger paternal brother, FUJIWARA no Morozane, who was to be adopted by another family, became the successor of the Sekkan-ke.
  146. Because of this, if the ink stick in this period is used, water and ink does not mix well and the blur becomes rather worse.
  147. Because of this, in Korea marine traffic played an important role in the transportation from ancient times, and in the coastal areas kaimin (people of the sea) who were used to life at sea flourished.
  148. Because of this, in order to streamline both agencies by integration and reorganization, Tetsudoin was established on December 5, 1908.
  149. Because of this, in the Meiji period, astronomers who knew the difference between the two tried to translate the English or German word 'Astronomy' into terms other than 'tenmon (gaku/do)', such as "seigaku (study of stars)".
  150. Because of this, in the period dramas such kengyo are sometimes described as crass loan sharks.
  151. Because of this, it becomes too chewy and hard to eat when it is cut as thick as ordinary sashimi.
  152. Because of this, it caused two Imperial lines to emerge during the same period, the Northern Court (the Jimyoin Imperial line) and the Southern Court (Daikakuji Imperial line), which was unprecedented in the Japanese history.
  153. Because of this, it has been said since ancient times that cherry blossoms make people go mad, and in fact, viewers have often caused mayhem at Hanami parties.
  154. Because of this, it is assumed that almost no documents were actually preserved in the government and they were selected and recorded from the documents handed later as evidence for the 'Soron' lawsuit.
  155. Because of this, it is believed that the Saijo-Kira clan, which had supported Yoshitane since the days of his grandfather Yoshinobu, lost its standing in Kyoto, went back to the Kira no sho (manor) and concentrated on governing their territory.
  156. Because of this, it is commonly considered that Taketori no Okina lived in Sanuki Village, Hirose District, Yamato Province (the present Koryo-cho, Kita katsuragi-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  157. Because of this, it is customary for children to sit in front of Jizo to pray and to receive divine Grace in Jizo Matsuri.
  158. Because of this, it is even said that most of the rice which went into circulation in Edo came from the Sendai Domain from the early to the middle of 18th century.
  159. Because of this, it is rare for malts to be traded among the producers.
  160. Because of this, it is reported that the date will be confused in 2033 (if it is used in accordance with its definition, the month of November will come after September) (the issue of the old calendar 2033).
  161. Because of this, it is said that 'the second Golden Week' (or since the Respect for the Aged Day is included, it might be called 'Silver Week' as opposed to the Golden Week [a collection of spring holidays in Japan]) may be created.
  162. Because of this, it is said that Empress Komyo strongly advised Emperor Shomu to construct the Great Buddha.
  163. Because of this, it is speculation that they are the remains of an ancient structure of Horyu-ji Temple, according to the article of the Horyu-ji Temple's fire destruction in 670 of the Japanese Chronicle of Japan or destruction by fire by the attack of SOGA no Iruka in 643.
  164. Because of this, it seems to have been common that additions and revisions were freely made when the text was copied in those days.
  165. Because of this, it was presumed that there will be no one to succeed to the throne in the near future.
  166. Because of this, it was recorded in many domains that official directives saying "You should respect yourself not to have trouble with townsmen," were issued many times, without directly mentioning Kirisutegomen.
  167. Because of this, later, various schools of thought considered that a word of 'Nothing' by Jusho represented the appearance of his own Buddhist nature.
  168. Because of this, many villas belonging to noblemen stood side by side, and Toba also had markets on specific days and it was developed like a small city from olden times.
  169. Because of this, old Someiyoshino trees have been replaced with young trees in many parks, and the time they bloom varies significantly.
  170. Because of this, old bills managed by village headmen were collected and unified new bills were issued by new currency exchangers.
  171. Because of this, other than the Maizuru urban area, there are some urban areas including Fukuchiyama urban area trading in Fukuchiyama City, and Toyoka urban area trading in Toyoka City, which is the center city of Tajima region in Hyogo Prefecture.
  172. Because of this, people thought that Mitsubishi joined hands with OKUMA in the opposition against Satsuma.
  173. Because of this, she deeply grieved when Emperor Horikawa passed away young, and spent the rest of her life praying to Buddha for the happiness of her dead husband at Horilkawain where the emperor demised, after becoming a Buddhist nun.
  174. Because of this, soldiers were released from the obligation of taking along hyoro.
  175. Because of this, some believe the Untei had also functioned as a type of educational facility.
  176. Because of this, some people don't mind eating Hoshigaki even though they don't like eating raw sweet persimmons, and on the contrary, others don't like Hoshigaki even though they like sweet persimmons.
  177. Because of this, some products labeled as Japanese wine that were produced using imported grape juice were distributed.
  178. Because of this, spring service commenced from March 20, 2008, ("Sakura Course" until April 13, operated as "Shinryoku Course" from April 14 to June 8).
  179. Because of this, successors of Yorinobu were appointed Hitachi no Suke for generations although his fief was later moved to Kii Province.
  180. Because of this, the 4th century is called 'the blank century' in Japanese history.
  181. Because of this, the Imperial Court cleared Masakado of all suspicions, and Tsunemoto, in turn, was punished for the crime of false accusation.
  182. Because of this, the Imperial Court trusted the Oshu Fujiwara clan and permitted them actual control over the Oshu region.
  183. Because of this, the Jokyo reki (Jokyo calendar) was compiled by Harumi SHIBUKAWA as a new calendar to replace the Senmyo Calendar.
  184. Because of this, the Misasagi was made there to console his soul.
  185. Because of this, the Satchodohi briefly monopolized almost all the higher ranks of government services in the Meiji Government and were referred to as the domain clique government.
  186. Because of this, the anger of the Shigakko people got out of control, and this led to the Seinan War.
  187. Because of this, the balance of the shozei and fudokoku collaped and fudokoku came to outflow continuously.
  188. Because of this, the criticism increased in the public opinion (inside of Japan), and the people who turned into a mob burned out the official residence of Minister of Home Affairs, Kokumin Shinbunsya which was regarded as a pro-government newspaper company, police stations and so on.
  189. Because of this, the envoys' route had to be changed several times.
  190. Because of this, the first 'public bid' in Japan was decided to take place modeling after the oversea political system such as America.
  191. Because of this, the gate was called Hamaguri-gomon Gate using an analogy from a phrase that "a shell is opened by fire."
  192. Because of this, the group held an extraordinary general meeting on November 24, 2007 and resolved to charge Tokutayu for, and to denounce him as being guilty for, professional embezzlement.
  193. Because of this, the imperial court confused and reliance on Yuan increased, and the dynasty declined.
  194. Because of this, the laws were proposed by Toshimichi OKUBO, who was serving as the Minister of the Interior in the Ministry of the Interior (Japan) at the time and took a great interest in developing local administration.
  195. Because of this, the line of OE no Hiromoto became the OE clan, the origin of samurai families including the Mori clan.
  196. Because of this, the number of members of the committee decreased to only 11 next year, and all the remaining councilors after the conflict seceded from it at the same time as when the fourth parliament was shut, and the committee disappeared naturally.
  197. Because of this, the original form of the Sea of Japan was created and after expanding, it was arranged into approximately the current layout several million years ago.
  198. Because of this, the professional name has a characteristic of unusually many generations compared with other professional name.
  199. Because of this, the relationship between Takauji and the imperial court came to an impasse, and he returned to Kyoto, driving the Emperor Go-Daigo out to Mt. Hiei. However, the Emperor's army made a counterattack and Takauji fled to Kyushu temporarily.
  200. Because of this, the saying that an improbable story which ignores historical facts 'was knocked out by the sound of a Hari-sen,' or 'sounded Hari-sen,' etc. came about.
  201. Because of this, the shoen that had existed before the acts came to be officially recognized as the subject to the extraordinary taxation, and measures to integrate the shoen that had been scattered was taken.
  202. Because of this, the siege was completely broken and Nobunaga could easily send a large force against Nagamasa and Yoshikage.
  203. Because of this, the study of ancient history and archaeology, previously considered as taboo from the view of Kokokushikan, were developed on a large scale.
  204. Because of this, the temple started to be known as a Doll Temple, and the temple also started to hold a memorial service for dolls from the general public.
  205. Because of this, the warriors of Hikone Domain took off their historic armor and ran away.
  206. Because of this, there has been a sharp decrease in the number of eels within the lakes.
  207. Because of this, there was obviously a confrontation between Yoshitsune and Kagetoki.
  208. Because of this, they had complaints about people like Mitsunari ISHIDA who did not make many contributions in the battle fields but became one of the Gobugyo (five major magistrates) and seized power as a civil servant.
  209. Because of this, this bancha should actually be considered as a kind of 'Hojibancha.'
  210. Because of this, this course is narrow and has some basin like sections.
  211. Because of this, traditional bancha of various regions have differing manufacturing methods, ranging from those like herbal teas which consist only of leaves which have been dried naturally, to fermented teas like those from China.
  212. Because of this, when Ii started Ansei no Taigoku (suppression of extremists by the Shogunate) to oppress the counterforce, he was ordered the abdication of the headship of the family and suspension from the office and then his younger brother Mochinaga TOKUGAWA became the 15th lord of the domain.
  213. Because of this, when obtaining an official copy of the family register until around 1975, one was able to see the description of the warrior class.
  214. Because of this, while the typical example of samurai who originated in farmers were gokenin in the Kamakura bakufu, the representative of samurai who originated in merchants was Masashige KUSUNOKI who is said to have been a distributor and others.
  215. Because of those cases there is urban legend that "a condemned who resuscitates will be set free".
  216. Because of those depictions, we can assume that these two people must have fought as commanders in the Ichinotani region.
  217. Because of those measures and counterattack by the troops of the Taira clan, rebellion in and around the capital was suppressed.
  218. Because of those relationships, when Yoritsuna became a priest in 1096, it is said that Moromichi himself visited his residence to give the greeting.
  219. Because of variations in the burning temperature, burnt pine soot has particle sizes that are uneven.
  220. Because one of the conditions that the Southern Court demanded when Takauji surrendered was to unify Imperial succession to the Southern Court, the legitimacy of the Imperial succession of the Northern Court was weakened.
  221. Because one's stress is relieved by singing, karaoke is now categorized as amusement and it is one of the items on which statistics are given in the White Paper on Leisure.
  222. Because one-mon iron coin looked poor and was unpopular, a four-mon brass coin was established in accordance with the proposal made by Hisataka KAWAI..
  223. Because only a single track is provided from this station to the direction of Kizu, it's also provided with the function to switch the trains that use the single track.
  224. Because only the edges were visible, no consideration was given to many of their facets.
  225. Because opaque bags such as briefcases cannot be brought into the Tokyo Main Library and the Kansai-kan, before entering the library the user is required to deposit his/her baggage in a locker located next to the entrance.
  226. Because originality can be easily introduced in maki-zushi, new rolling methods as well as new ingredients are adopted in recent times.
  227. Because other ports had been removed from the designation for repatriations at an early stage, nearly all these repatriated people arrived at the Port of Kyoto-Maizuru.
  228. Because paper came into wide use from this period, including official documents.
  229. Because paper is folded continuously, a completed model can be much smaller than the unfolded paper.
  230. Because people at that time were not much interested in records, they did not pay enough attention to his distinguished record.
  231. Because people close to him were prohibited from telling him about Kondo's death, he passed away without learning of it.
  232. Because people distilled stored rice wine lees and drank it in a festival called Sanaburi held after having finished planting rice, it is also called "Sanaburi Shochu."
  233. Because people from the regions where introduced in those pavilions strongly opposed to the exhibition and this became a diplomatic issue.
  234. Because people other than Christians do not perceive these events as religious rites, they easily associate Christmas with gifts from Santa Claus, Christmas trees, and cakes, and Valentine's Day with nothing more than an important romantic event.
  235. Because people were accustomed to the old line connections, which had been in use until 1997, consideration was given to connecting the line to the Wakayama Line (running to Gojo, Hashimoto, Wakayama) and/or the Sakurai Line at Takada.
  236. Because people with the right kabane didn't get scalded but all people with false kabane did, those who were lying and hadn't had their turn yet were too afraid to go forward.
  237. Because persons in the rich and powerful class paid carried choyo (national tax) and fubutsu (collected goods as tax) to Kyoto, Ingu oshinke (imperial families and powerful nobles) became related to these rich and powerful persons to secure the fubutsu that constituted their income.
  238. Because pieces of cloth sewn together look like paddy fields, it is sometimes called Fukudenne (lucky paddy field clothing).
  239. Because popular poems of that time are written in both kanji (Chinese characters) and kana characters, it was used as a textbook for reading and writing in Terakoya (temple elementary schools during the Edo period) etc. for a long time.
  240. Because porcelain breaks easily, commercial plastic chawans are also being manufactured for restaurants and so on.
  241. Because procedures for the removal of Seii Taishogun were not implemented even after Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA's banishment from Kyoto, he was still treated as a shogun by the powers opposed to Nobunaga.
  242. Because quite a few copies of the "Koshibagaki Zoshi" were transcribed by hand, various versions of the picture scrolls exist.
  243. Because reproducing "Doeff Halma" was based only on the manuscript, not on the printing technique, the number of copies was small as nearly 33, and it contained more than 3,000 pages in total, so the dictionary was very valuable.
  244. Because ruins were less often excavated and neither were bronze wares before, there used to a biased distribution where dohoko were found mainly around northern Kyushu while dotaku were discovered in the area between Kinki and Tokai region.
  245. Because sake brewing needs a large amount of rice, it always competes with the food supply including rice.
  246. Because sankin-kotai was a military service, daimyo had to move with a great number of their subordinate warriors, which traveling took the form of a large-scale march called daimyo-gyoretsu.
  247. Because saving trouble even a little makes this compatibility balance lost.
  248. Because schools in the Meiji period did not provide school lunches, students and teachers had to bring their own bentos.
  249. Because sekko was repeatedly damaged as above, the inscribed characters of sekko exhibited in Gu-gong are incomplete and the characters lost are able to be seen on the copies taken in the Song period.
  250. Because self-copying is not available, it takes between 10-30 minutes before photoduplicates can be collected after a request for photo-duplication is made, depending on the level of usage.
  251. Because she attracted a lot of attention in Yoshida, she moved to Jakkoin Temple in September of the same year, located deep in the mountains of Ohara, she built a hermit's cell and spent her days praying or holding memorial services for the deceased former Emperor and the Taira clan.
  252. Because she built a mortuary for Prince Kume in Saba, Suo Province, she came to call herself Saba.
  253. Because she composed the poem, after which the title of the chapter mentioned above was named, she came to be called by this name.
  254. Because she gave birth in fire she became a fire goddess, and she is enshrined at Mt. Fuji, which is a volcano.
  255. Because she had been Saiin for a long time since the reign of Emperor Suzaku, she missed the chance to get married, remained single, became a nun, then stepped off the center stage of the tale.
  256. Because she had stayed in Osaka immediately before the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, she was taken as a hostage by Mitsunari ISHIDA, but she escaped from confinement thanks to the effort of Tsunaie KAWAHARA.
  257. Because she has no children of her own and no powerful guardian, she is shocked when she learns that Emperor Suzaku's daughter, Onna San no Miya, is going to get married to Genji, and she realizes how vulnerable she is.
  258. Because she is described as 'imoto (literally 'younger sister') Izanami' in some documents, she may be misinterpreted as a younger sister of Izanagi.
  259. Because she knew of Genji's love for Fujitsubo, she could not but help him.
  260. Because she later built and spent her final years in Tohokuin within Hojo-ji Temple, which had been founded by her father Michinaga, she was also known as Tohokuin.
  261. Because she lived in Higashi-Shichijo-no-Miya during the last part of her life, she was also called Higashi-shichijo-ko or Shichijo-ko.
  262. Because she lived in Sanjo-dono Palace, she was also called Sanjo no Omiya.
  263. Because she lived in great poverty, she sometimes made up her mind to stop writing, but her life in the neighborhood of Yoshiwara (Tokyo Prefecture), where she opened a variety shop, influenced the style of her works.
  264. Because she looks exactly like Kiritsubo Koi, she is ordered to stay in Kokyu (the palace) after the death of Koi.
  265. Because she was a beautiful woman, there are many suitors, and she is unnerved by especially Taifu no Gen (Audit Commissioner), a leading figure of Gozoku (local ruling family) in Higo Province, who asks her to marry him aggressively.
  266. Because she was assigned as lady-in-waiting to the Shokaden Palace and because her father Imperial Prince Shigeaki's Court title was Lord Shikibukyo, she was called Lady Shokaden and Lady Shikibukyo, but her most widely known popular name was the Lady of Ise due to her earlier role as high priestess of Ise.
  267. Because she was born from a mother of low birth, Genji took her in and gave her high-level education to become an empress as an adopted daughter of his de facto legitimate wife, Murasaki no ue.
  268. Because she was very learned and talented, she received her majesty Teishi's favor and succeeded wonderfully in exchanging poems and witty words with nobles and court peoples, winning fame in imperial society.
  269. Because some authors and singers surely belong to both genres as shown by these examples and today's 'enka' music is based on musical characteristics and techniques developed in this 'hit songs' era, the period is indispensable for describing enka music.
  270. Because some domains joined the alliance out of sympathy or for opportunity, and others joined it because of pressure from large domains or from coercion by the former Shogunate forces, they were not closely united; accordingly, one domain after another defected from the alliance as the situation worsened.
  271. Because some mediums and ascetics perform miracles and act insanely, common people are often deceived.
  272. Because some of the book is missing even these two versions are combined and the overlapping parts were removed (even though these versions are not complete, it is considered that there are less than 30 volumes after adding the lost and estimated parts), it is unknown what style the original book had.
  273. Because some of the materials in the special materials rooms are available in open stacks, users can read some of the materials on open shelves such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, statistics, almanacs, newspapers, etc., and hold them in their hands.
  274. Because some tofu makers use the word 'bittern' as a generic term for coagulant, one must use the word with care.
  275. Because some worshipers also place Saisen in front of lists of Buddhist images or sculptures of deities exhibited in museums, there may be written instructions "Don't place Saisen."
  276. Because staying in the same grade for three years meant expulsion from school, it is said that there was a student audacious enough to 'deliberately' repeat the same year once in each grade of the three years in advanced course, staying in school for six years.
  277. Because strings (silk strings) are used in stringed Wagakki and bamboo are used in wind Wagakki, the Wagakki, and even music played by them, are sometimes referred to as 'Ito-take or shi-chiku,' which means 'strings and bamboo.'
  278. Because such a long time has passed since their construction, most kofun have trees growing on them, but the true state of a kofun at the time of completion was without trees.
  279. Because such a strange phenomenon occurred, the Imperial Court referred to an illustrated book and found that there were two tatenami ryo mausoleums, and that the one located in the northern part was the Jingu ryo mausoleum and the one in the southern part the Seimu ryo mausoleum.
  280. Because such way constitutes a real disguised presentation, consumers can point it out without hesitation.
  281. Because talented men were appointed to office without regard to class differences between nobles and samurai or the presence or absence of specific abilities, the administration fell into extreme chaos.
  282. Because tamagoyaki at Edomae-zushi shops is, in general, sweet, many people eat it at the end of meal as though it were a dessert.
  283. Because taste cells do not have any accepter of "karami (dryness), "it is considered that to sense "sake is dry," pain sensation on the surface of tongue is stimulated by alcohol.
  284. Because taxis are used by a large indefinite number of people and run around town all day, they are also used as advertising media.
  285. Because taxis of a few decades ago did not have the systems mentioned above, the driver used to decide the fare.
  286. Because technology used for the first time in Japan was applied to many sections of Biwako Sosui,it is a very valuable marker on Japan's path to modernization.
  287. Because that book sold in huge numbers, the name 'Yukimura' became more common, and later 'Yukimura' was adopted even in the history book of the Matsushiro Domain, who were descendants of his older brother Nobuyuki.
  288. Because the 'Taisha' express train, which ran from Nagoya to Izumo City via the Obama Line, was connected at Tsuruga to a train organized at Kanazawa, it was difficult in the sea-bathing season to increase the number of its train cars, and therefore 'Emerald' was introduced as a means to supplement its operation.
  289. Because the 'ita kamaboko' molded on the wooden board appeared later, it was distinctly called 'chikuwa kamaboko.'
  290. Because the 'standardization of names' according to growth stages other than the mature stage, such as the designation of the Japanese name, aren't made, they're frequently called by different names in different regions.
  291. Because the (JR) Kosei Line starts at Yamashina Station, there is a distance post indicating zero at the station.
  292. Because the 2nd company of the Hoyokutai-tai troop in the Fudamatsu area retreated to Hitoyoshi, the 2nd company of the Shinbu-tai troop and the 8th company of the Kanjo-tai troop advanced to support their forces in Teikakugoe and the 2nd company of the Shinbu-tai troop started guarding the main Teikaku Road.
  293. Because the Bakufu chose Shushigaku (Neo-Confucianism) as the academic subject to be studied, Sonnoron (Imperialism), which placed 'Mikado' (the Emperor) as the legitimate ruler rather than a hegemon of the Tokugawa clan, became popular among people such as the Mito-Tokugawa family (Mito Domain).
  294. Because the Boxers were Haijoteikai (the predecessor) of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, their united origin cannot be specified.
  295. Because the Buddha explained that the handing down of doctrine was of the greatest importance as Shogyo-mujo (all things are impermanent) is inevitable, in later years there were some who believed that worshiping and venerating the Buddha's sariras, which exist as tangible things, deviates from the Buddha's intention.
  296. Because the Buddha hall and main buildings were lost in a fire in 1797, the Hojo building for Seigenin ? 1 of the subsidiary temples ? was relocated to serve as the Hojo (main hall) for Ryoan-ji Temple.
  297. Because the Edo bakufu firmly prohibited laws and regulations from being known by the general public at that time, Ono "limited the number of the books to be published to 300" cautiously.
  298. Because the Emperor Buretsu passed away without an apparent heir to succeed him in 506, Odo no Okimi, who was fifty-seven years old at that time, was recommended to be okimi (great king) by OTOMO no Kanamura and MONONOBE no Arakahi.
  299. Because the Emperor Meiji was then only fifteen years old, some court nobles including Tomomi IWAKURA and some retainers of Satsuma and Choshu domains took the political initiative, but, nevertheless, emperor's direct administration was formally declared.
  300. Because the Emperor died young, he did not have any children, and the Hogen War occurred in the result of fighting for Imperial succession between Emperor Toba and Emperor Sutoku.
  301. Because the Emperor trusted TOMO no Yoshio, after Yoshifusa sorted out the incident, the Emperor officially appointed Yoshifusa as a regent to spare his feelings, although Emperor Seiwa celebrated his coming of age in 864.
  302. Because the Emperor with good health died young at thirty six years of age, counting in the old Japanese way, unexpectedly, there was a suspicious rumor going around about the cause of his death just after he died.
  303. Because the Emperor's birth mother was not from the FUJIWARA clan, he was treated coldly by the chancellor (chief advisor to the Emperor), FUJIWARA no Yorimichi and his brother, FUJIWARA no Norimichi; however, it is said their younger half-brother, FUJIWARA no Yorinobu, supported Emperor Gosanjo.
  304. Because the Empress Teimei and Chichibu no Miya share the same birthday, the Empress Teimei seemed to strongly sense a shared fate with him.
  305. Because the Fukuchiyama Line and the Sanin Main Line were developed and promoted for military reasons as railroads connecting Maizuru Port, one of the best military port in Japan, to Keihanshin, Fukuchiyama, a connecting point of these Lines, also flourished as a military city.
  306. Because the Great Buddha was designed to be a gigantic statue, it had to be divided into a total of eight sections from legs to the head, requiring two years to be cast.
  307. Because the Hankyu Railway provides Rapid Express (express) trains that connect to Osaka Monorail at Hotarugaike Station for the sake of improved access, the time required to reach the city center has been reduced, and thus it can be said that "JR Fukuchiyama Line Branch Track Plan" has been replaced by this route.
  308. Because the Ichihashi clan had set up its residence in the Edo period, it may be referred to as Nishoji Jinya (the residence called Nishoji).
  309. Because the Imperial Palace was nearly bankrupt at that time, it is said that the Emperor was concerned over the worst situation in which money would have to be borrowed from Masamoto HOSOKAWA for an enthronement ceremony, even though he had caused the war.
  310. Because the Imperial Palace's was in such a poor state, the Emperor sold his own calligraphy to help finance it.
  311. Because the Imperial Prince did not have a prince to succeed him, he adopted Prince Yamashinanomiya Kikumaro, a prince of Imperial Prince Yamashinanomiya Akira.
  312. Because the Imperial House Acts after the Meiji period do not admit transfer of the throne, the rule of Daijo Emperor does not exist until the present time.
  313. Because the Inaba family was the most powerful domain in Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) having great influence over Saigoku (western part of Japan (especially Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki)), Masakuni was also quickly promoted in the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) from the beginning.
  314. Because the Isshiki clan fought with the Western army in the Onin War, their position as Shugo was for a period of time lost to the Takeda clan of neighboring Wakasa Province and, moreover, during the Sengoku period, power was forcibly taken by the Shugodai (Deputy Governor) Nobunaga clan, which led to a decline in fortunes.
  315. Because the Japanese name of a sea bream is 'tai' and 'medetai' in Japanese means 'joyous,' a sea bream was broiled with the shape intact and displayed on an eating tray during many occasions.
  316. Because the Joko was called 'In,' this form of government is referred to as 'insei.'
  317. Because the Kameoka side of this station is a single-track section and the Kyoto side is double-track section, trains can use this station to pass each other.
  318. Because the Katamachi Line runs in parallel along the west side of the station, the direct road toward the residential area is narrow, which goes along the riverside and under the Katamachi Line.
  319. Because the Kato clan had its large domain with 400,000 koku of rice which it had retained reduced to a small one with only 10,000 koku of rice, it was forced to curtail the vassals, so that the clan's finance underwent rapid deterioration.
  320. Because the Keishin Line has some streetcar lines in Otsu City, trains that depart from Hamaotsu and arrive at Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station or Uzumasa-tenjingawa Station tend to be late for one or two minutes on the Tozai Line.
  321. Because the Kira family, the head of the clan, had been brought to an end since the Genroku Ako Incident, Yoshitoshi had been requesting permission from the bakufu to change their surname Maita back to Kira.
  322. Because the Kiregawa family with a less than 10,000 koku of rice crop was treated as a daimyo, the family was not included in the hatamoto in the broad sense as well.
  323. Because the Kosei Line began as a high-speed railway and a short circuit connecting the Kansai and Hokuriku areas, tunnels and elevated bridges exist in many sections and there is no crossing on the Kosei Line.
  324. Because the Kosei area is subject to heavy snows, as is the Hokuriku area, the Kosei Line is equipped with facilities such as sprinklers and gutters for snow drainage.
  325. Because the Mappo-shiso (the "end of the world" belief) became popular in this period of time, Kangakue was held for a comparatively long period, and some events relating to Kangakue can be confirmed, intermittently.
  326. Because the Meiji government's Ministry of Religion restricted Zen to the two sects of Rinzai and Soto in 1874, it was forced to change its name to 'Rinzai sect Obaku-ha'; however, in 1876 it formally gained independence as the Obaku sect, one of the Zen sects.
  327. Because the Ming Dynasty adopted the haijin policy (a ban on maritime activities), the shogun of the Ashikaga Shogun Family was granted the title of 'King of Japan' by the emperor of China.
  328. Because the Miyoshi government succeeded the previous shoen (manor) system and the system of the Muromachi bakufu, their economic structure was extremely vulnerable.
  329. Because the Muromachi bakufu was based in central Kyoto, warriors living there decreased and temples, were again constructed and the town recovered religious character and became cheerful with cultural activities targeting visitors to temples with entertainment and tea stands.
  330. Because the Nishi-Tonozuka tumulus is managed by The Imperial Household Agency, no scholar as well as ordinary persons can enter the tumulus site.
  331. Because the Oda army was already surrounded by enemies on all sides, it avoided a battle by asking the Imperial Court to issue an imperial rescript to urge Hongan-ji Temple to lay down its arms while a troops for surveillance was kept in Ishiyama.
  332. Because the Oda family claimed a connection with the Taira family, Nobunaga ODA was not able to become 'Seii Taishogun'; and when Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was appointed 'Seii Taishogun,' he falsified a connection to the Seiwa Minamoto clan; and there are other such tales.
  333. Because the Ogikubo area escaped the bombing of Tokyo, Tekigaiso's appearance has remained virtually unchanged since Konoe ended his life there.
  334. Because the Omiya family lost the ancient documents in their kanbunko, which was an accumulation of works from the past generations, it became difficult for the Omiya family members to work as government officials after Nagaoki's death.
  335. Because the Ouratenshu-do (Oura church) was a western style building, and very rare in its day, it became well known, and Japanese living nearby would visit the strange edifice for sightseeing, calling it the "France Temple" or "Nanban-ji Temple" (European Temple).
  336. Because the Qing dynasty explained the condition as "it is an independent country but a subject state at the same time" to Western countries, in historical science, the term "zokkoku (subject state) jishu (independence or autonomy)" will be used to express the condition.
  337. Because the Retired Emperor Saga was an ancestor of Saga-Genji (Minamoto clan) as the first Minamoto clan, the idea that the post of Junnain Betto would be connected with the Minamoto clan was gradually accepted.
  338. Because the Senmyoreki at that time had been used for as long as 800 years, it accumulated errors; two days ahead at the actual lunar and solar movement.
  339. Because the Shinto religion was founded on beliefs in the deities of rice cropping, such as Tanokami (a deity of rice fields and harvests), rice has been considered to be a most valuable food.
  340. Because the Sho clan is ruling this province, Ueki Shimotsuke no kami Hidenaga and the clan attacked the Ueno force from the valley side and beat it.
  341. Because the Sotoku-fu needed to improve Taiwanese awareness as the Japanese, it started to promote the kominka (subjects of the emperor) policy.
  342. Because the Suzuki family didn't have any children, Yutetsu was adopted from the Kuramochi family.
  343. Because the Takeda family was transferred from being a provincial constable to daimyo during the Sengoku period, some systems remained Medieval, while other systems were revised for the needs of the new period.
  344. Because the Tang Dynasty, which conquered China at the age, had no Tomokuyu, Japanese 'Tomokuyu' seems to have been introduced from a system in the age of the Han dynasty.
  345. Because the Tendai-zasu position could be appointed by other Buddhist monks, there were some phases in their reign periods that they were not being Tendai-zasu.
  346. Because the Tennosei from the Meiji period until the end of World War II was different from traditional Tennosei, it is also called Zettaishugiteki Tennosei (Absolutistic Emperor System) or Kindai Tennosei (Emperor System of Meiji) (Refer to the section of 'Emperor System and Fascism').
  347. Because the Toyotomi family could not expect the backup of daimyo (feudal lords), they collected ronin (masterless samurai) and sent an envoy to Nobushige in Kudoyama to give 200 pieces of gold and 30 kan (a unit of weight, with one kan equaling approximately 3.7 kg) of silver.
  348. Because the Unyo entered Korean waters without permission, it was repelled by Korean forces.
  349. Because the Yaizu Port is number one in the number of catches of bonito, ara (internal organs of fish) of bonito is relatively easily available, which is considered to be the reason why it came to be used as an Oden ingredient.
  350. Because the Yakugi for the Betsugu must be carried into the sacred area, workers carry them on their shoulders at the end of the journey.
  351. Because the above eight islands were first generated, Japan was called Oyashima no kuni (The Land of Eight Great Islands).
  352. Because the above-mentioned method of soup-stock extraction took too much time, the good-tasting ingredients in the raw materials have been extracted scientifically and resulted in popular products.
  353. Because the address of the registered office of the company is in Ikeda City, Osaka Prefecture, it is always at the top in the corporate tax ranking at Toyono Tax Office, which has jurisdiction over Ikeda City.
  354. Because the age of Emishi in 596 was 11, Zentoko is assumed to have been the elder brother of Emishi.
  355. Because the alarm emits the sound of bells, many railway fans visit the crossing just to hear the sound.
  356. Because the amount of the private postcard increased as the total handling amount increased, in 1935 New Year's postcard stamps were issued for attachment to private postcards.
  357. Because the animal glue is animal protein, it becomes more viscous and turns into a gel at low temperatures, which is not appropriate for calligraphic work.
  358. Because the anthropomorphic unit was varied in its length depending on the user, an official shaku unit was defined by a particular length for 1 shaku later years.
  359. Because the application software is available with cell-phones, you can ask for the usage record as well as recharging everywhere in Japan.
  360. Because the area embraces the isthmus mentioned above, the scrambles occurred to get the strategically vital mountain in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts or in the Onin War, and yamajiro (a castle built on a mountain to take advantage of the mountain's topography) was built on it.
  361. Because the area of agricultural land issued to the people (handen shuju) was determined in a single uniform way under the ritsutyo system, a strong relation between orderly jori sections and handen shuju was assumed.
  362. Because the area to be submerged under water straddled the three prefectures of Kyoto, Nara, and Mie having 196 households, and part of Tsukigase plum-grove park that was designated as national scenic beauty was also to go under water, the negotiations on compensation went through extreme difficulties.
  363. Because the army advanced in the moonless night the squads were uncoordinated, and they ended up entering Kyoto separately.
  364. Because the ash serves as a heat insulator, there is no need to worry about the heat of charcoal as long as the ash is about 10 cm deep.
  365. Because the atmosphere of Gokuraku is described with particular detail in "Bussetsu Amida-kyo" (The Sutra of Amida Buddha), the summary of it is described below based on this sutra.
  366. Because the author died before completing the work, it is hard to see the perspective picture of the novel, but the compromise between the classical and colloquial styles was praised and considered splendid.
  367. Because the author must have been a person well versed in Chinese classics and waka poetry, there is a theory that the author was MINAMOTO no Mitsuyuki, the majority of opinion is doubtful of this view due to a discrepancy with his career.
  368. Because the back circular part has three tiers and the front square part has two tiers, there is a big gap in height.
  369. Because the bakufu made attempts to enlist the services of Nabari family, confrontation between Nabari-Todo clan and its head family had continued up to the Kyoho period.
  370. Because the basic arrangement is the same as that of other kokufu under the ritsuryo system, it is assumed to have been a kokufu prior to Taga-jo Castle.
  371. Because the battle state became disadvantageous to his forces, Masatora made his forces retreat to Zenko-ji, crossing the Sai-gawa River.
  372. Because the battlefields set for the Russo-Japanese War were only in the southern Manchuria (the northeastern China) and the northern Korean Peninsula, so nowhere in Russia had been attacked by Japan.
  373. Because the beats of the Japanese drum synchronize with the pulses of the heart, which is the beginning of human life, there is even a theory that the Japanese drum has the nature to encourage one's will, according to this theory, the use of drums in war provides an effective practical use.
  374. Because the betsuma was also tilting in parallel with the main building, crossbeams and joists connecting the two buildings were severed to correct tilting of the betsuma by itself.
  375. Because the book mainly focuses on records of meibutsu (distinguished objects), it never had as great an impact on the tea ceremony world as "Nanpo roku" (Nanpo record) did.
  376. Because the book was completed in 1259 when the Emperor Gofukakusa retired and he appeared in it as 'Shin-in' (new ex-Emperor), the next Emperor Kameyama was presumably still on the throne at the completion of the original book.
  377. Because the boom started from the United States, customers in each country mainly ordered the American-style sushi roll like those in the United States.
  378. Because the box is not intended to be used for storage but to appeal the amount of balls to other customers, it has no cover and its inside can be seen directly.
  379. Because the branches of Wanibe clan are found in wide regions such as Owari Province, Mino Province and Omi Province, Kimite's birthplace is unknown.
  380. Because the building was painted red, it was popularly known as 'Akado' (Red Hall).
  381. Because the calendar was used for a long period of time, errors had been accumulated.
  382. Because the capital (Heijokyo) was located in Nara, it is called the Nara period.
  383. Because the card is a contactless IC type, you can swish through the automatic ticket checker simply by touching it lightly with the card tacked inside the pass case; it isn't necessary to take the card out of the case each time you go through the checker.
  384. Because the character "世" could not be used due to the taboo against using the name of the second Tang Emperor Shi Min LI, it became established as Kannon Bosatsu after the Tang period in China.
  385. Because the character '妣' indicates a mother, the former emperor was Emperor Daigo.
  386. Because the character sizes are as large as 12 cm to 16 cm, this ancient calligraphic product is called "Daiji (big character)-gire."
  387. Because the child was a boy (the first imperial prince), Akashi no nyudo's wish was fulfilled and he resigned from the world and began living on a mountain.
  388. Because the children of four brothers were young, TACHIBANA no Moroe (Prince Kazuraki), who was a maternal half-brother of Empress Komyo (a daughter of Fuhito) and descended to subject status, was responsible for the government as Udaijin (minister of the right).
  389. Because the clan could not collect 10,000 koku in 1669 and 13,000 koku in 1676 due to great floods, the finance became worse to the extent of asking the bakufu for exemption from Sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo).
  390. Because the clan's army stayed for long in Kyoto, the clan's power declined due to pressure exerted by neighboring provinces and the successive alienation of influential local samurai.
  391. Because the climate is comparatively warm, care needs to be taken with the steeping period of Japanese sake which becomes shorter day by day.
  392. Because the clothes of Oigimi gave off strong scent of Kaoru, Naka no kimi doubted the relationship between them.
  393. Because the concept of differentials was not developed, there was no fundamental theorem of calculus in wasan.
  394. Because the construction work required excavation beneath the Tokaido Shinkansen Line, the station was completed last among all the stations on the Tozai Line that were built by the Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau.
  395. Because the copyright expired completely (50 years after its release and 38 years after the director's death), a public-domain DVD has become available.
  396. Because the current Imperial family is the only one that Japanese people can find its name in the history of Japan.
  397. Because the deceased are believed to have been already born in the Pure Land thanks to Amida Nyorai's primal vow (forty-eight vows) in Jodo Shinshu, the sect does not have the notion of eko (prayers for the repose of the soul) towards the deceased nor consider them to be objects of prayer.
  398. Because the definition of a semi-express train in those days was 'an express train operated within 100 km,' two train designations--express and semi-express--were applied to a single train at the same time.
  399. Because the distance from this station to Yodo Station of the Keihan Main Line (operated by Keihan Electric Railway) is considerable, it isn't appropriate to transfer on foot.
  400. Because the drawers are dry, they are often used to store articles that hate humidity such as tobacco and dried seaweed.
  401. Because the early family name was one's place of residence and the name of territory, many times father, son and brothers have the different family names.
  402. Because the effective length of platforms of the stations above Sasayamaguchi Station is for up to six cars, four cars are disconnected from a rapid train that's operated with eight cars at Sasayamaguchi Station, and the rest of the four cars are operated after Sasayamaguchi.
  403. Because the eldest son Yasumichi SHINDO succeeded Nagamasa as the head of the family, Nagayuki became the adopted son of his relative Nagafusa SHINDO, who was a vassal of the Konoe family.
  404. Because the entire length of the effective platform was equal to only seven cars until the early 1980s, trains that consisted of eight cars (both inbound and outbound trains) had to keep the doors of the last car closed at the station in the direction of travel.
  405. Because the envoy didn't clarify the fact, none of them might be true.'
  406. Because the examination of Myohodo was difficult, in 813 unsuccessful applicants were still allowed to have the qualification to be appointed as Kunihakase (a teacher of local institute).
  407. Because the facilities are outdated and not yet barrier free it seems difficult for it to reopen in this building.
  408. Because the family was started in Kira no sho Isshiki in Mikawa-no-kuni (present-day Isshiki-cho Hazu-gun Aichi Prefecture), they gave themselves the surname Isshiki.
  409. Because the feudal lords' territories had been divided from north to south due to the battle, warriors including Kazumasa ISONO, who guarded Sawayama-jo Castle in Inukami-gun, became isolated and had a hard time even receiving goods.
  410. Because the fields had been Mutaka, or barren, since 1862, he was exiled to Oki-no-erabujima island island and made to forfeit the Chigyo fief (thus, he received only the salary of a lowest ranking retainer) but, he was reinstated and became Takamochi (farmer resisted in Kenchi book) on March.
  411. Because the fifth Tomoyoshi SHIONOYA had no child, he adopted Tomonari SHIONOYA, the second son of Naritsuna UTSUNOMIYA, and had him succeed to the family, whereby the period of SHIONOYA clan of the MINAMOTO family ended.
  412. Because the figure is like a shadow, when people see it, it is not clearly discernible whether it is there or not.
  413. Because the figures of se, tan, and cho units are close enough to the figures of 1 are, 10 ares and 1 hectare, the transition of those area units to metric system went smoothly.
  414. Because the first generation, Kichiemon was a disciple of Kyoshi TAKAHAMA, who was granted the name for Haiku (Japanese poetry), `Shuzan,' and recited many Haiku.
  415. Because the first poem is very similar to the Shi Ching, an opinion asserting that this poem was made by the King XUAN, appeared.
  416. Because the font is an old font which was abolished due to the standardization of characters conducted by the Emperor Shi, it is not considered that sekkobun is a forgery made after the period of the Emperor Shi.
  417. Because the food is greasy, laborers loved them, but it was considered as a food for low-class people.
  418. Because the forces had been assembled so hastily, the army that departed from Kamakura along the Tokaido initially consisted of only 18 horsemen.
  419. Because the front and back areas are not stitched until the hem, legs are easier to move than in hoeki no ho (robe with a round collar, stitched sides and a ran, worn by the emperor and high-ranking officials).
  420. Because the genealogies which seem to have been made between the late Heian period and the early Kamakura period are extant, it is considered that such well-organized 'genealogies of The Tale of Genji' were already created during the insei period (the period of the government by the Retired Emperor).
  421. Because the general imperial palace was burnt down by Battle of WADA, a new imperial palace was built and they moved there.
  422. Because the girl wearing it is underage, it is worn by layering a shorter akome (innerwear) for girls, unlike an uchigi for grown women.
  423. Because the government position of Sadaishi Joshu (Chief First Secretary of the Left, or Senior Recorder of the Left), which held the rank of Goi (Fifth Rank), was hereditary, the family was known as a kanmu family.
  424. Because the grain size is small, its appearance isn't good and it's said that the limit of polishing ratio is approximately 50%.
  425. Because the hall rebuilt after destruction by fire in the Muromachi period was damaged, it was decided not to repair but to rebuild and construction work was commenced in 1798 and it was completed around 1808.
  426. Because the haori coat originated as a military dress in the Sengoku period (period of warring states), hardly did women wear this during the Edo period, and Uchikake (long outer robe) was entirely used as women's jacket.
  427. Because the head of a family was exempt from conscription, he was segregated from the family register, became the head of a family and was admitted as a commoner.
  428. Because the higher the alcohol concentration is, the less the possibility of putrefaction, storage and maturing are carried out with an alcohol concentration close to twenty percent.
  429. Because the imperial agistment sites were required in four provinces (Shinano, Kai, Musashi and Kozuke), the plots of grazing land were dispersed and, according to ancient laws and political guidelines the ceremonies took place in an eight day timeframe in August.
  430. Because the imperial palace has been located in Kyoto since the capital was moved to Heian-kyo in 794, some opine that the capital of Japan is still located in Kyoto, not in Tokyo.
  431. Because the inbound platform (Platform 1) is the thoroughfare, only outbound trains that pass each other or pass others at this station come in on Platform 2 (the number of outbound trains departing from/arriving at Platform 1 and 2 per fiscal year 2006 timetable was the same).
  432. Because the industry and population of Kyoto City declined after the Meiji Restoration and the capital was transferred to Tokyo, Kunimichi KITAGAKI, the third governor of Kyoto Prefecture, planned Lake Biwa Canal with irrigation, public water supply, transportation, and generating power for water wheels in mind.
  433. Because the inner moats had been filled, ignoring the conditions for peace, the Toyotomi side tried to dig them again.
  434. Because the institution of Omi-Ryo is a fabricated story during the Heian period, and it is impossible to be talked about in the Nara period.
  435. Because the interoperable PiTaPa card is a post-paid system, before using it in the Urban Network Area it's necessary to recharge it via an automated ticket vending machine, etc.
  436. Because the inventor was a painter, seitai (a blue pigment used for Japanese painting) and hikari-beni, also referred to as tsuya-beni (a red pigment made from safflowers), used for Japanese painting were used to color the patterns.
  437. Because the land of the house in the Edo period was located outside the Kyoto Gyoen (Imperial park), the land, unlike that of the other four sekkan families (sekkanke), did not become a park; today it is within the premises of Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts.
  438. Because the large-scale temples of the Shingon and Tendai sects of Buddhism for practicing asceticism were located in the mountains and closed to women, these chigo were often involved in homosexual relationships as 'a female role in a male society' (except for the upper chigo).
  439. Because the larvae are not capable of swimming on their own, this body shape is considered to be an adaptation so that they can travel by drifting with the ocean current.
  440. Because the late lord of the domain Masanaga HOTTA died young in 1735, he was adopted and succeeded the domain.
  441. Because the legitimacy of the government by the Miyoshi clan was low, reactions by gozoku in the vicinity were prompted and it yielded to Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA after four years.
  442. Because the length of the platform is just enough to accommodate four cars, the platform of this station (along with those of all stations between Kizu Station and Doshisha-mae Station) is scheduled to be extended to handle seven cars by around March 2010 (end of the fiscal year 2009).
  443. Because the length of the shinobue is about half the length from the mouthpiece to the beginning of the leg joint of a concert flute (its fundamental tone is an octave lower) (around 60 cm), it produces a sound that is an octave higher than that of the concert flute.
  444. Because the line crosses the prefectural border of Shimane and Yamaguchi in this section, the number of passengers and services is quite small compared with other sections of Sanin Main Line; the frequency of service is about once every two hours, and some trains don't run on Thursdays.
  445. Because the line is operated with the Senri Line in an integrated manner, the operation of the Senri Line is also described below.
  446. Because the local train was available only once every hour and only diesel-powered passenger cars were available above Takarazuka at that time, passengers who wanted to go from Sanda to Osaka often needed to change trains at Takarazuka Station and move to the Hankyu Takarazuka Line.
  447. Because the long steaming time makes the flavor weaker, it may be blended with other teas such as gyokuro (refined green tea) in order to supplement the flavor.
  448. Because the major battle was fought at Nukadake on Tsushima, it is also referred to as the Nukadake War.
  449. Because the majority of kugyo agreed that they were against risking a battle, and also, because Shigemori refused to follow the operation order that was issued three times by Goshirakawa, Goshirakawain agreed to deport Narichika.
  450. Because the maneuvers were postponed when it was windy or rainy, the period for maneuvers might be held until the beginning of autumn.
  451. Because the matters concerning Sakhalin and Chishima fell within the jurisdiction of the Hokkaido Development Commission, Kuroda was in charge of completing the exchange under the treaty.
  452. Because the meaning of inscription is getting clear to some extent, the front and back side can be distinguished.
  453. Because the mediocrity of the plot development of this novel became the point of focus, this novel has been no longer treated seriously since then.
  454. Because the middle stage of Mikkyo couldn't hold out against the flourishing of Hinduism, the late-stage of Mikkyo, which valued practice instead of theory, was established.
  455. Because the military forces of Kumano, upon receiving the command, split into two opposing camps and began rioting, Tanzo sent the Taira clan word of prince Mochihito's plot.
  456. Because the monjo written later was considered the main one, the one written first was regarded as being written on the back side of the paper.
  457. Because the month of Visakha is the second month according to the Indian calendar, the date was set as February 15 in China.
  458. Because the mountains of Hiei and Hira can be seen in the west and Lake Biwa can be seen in the east on almost every section of the Kosei Line, the line is known for its fine views.
  459. Because the musical instrument may be damaged if a string for the gekkin of modern China is used for gekkin for Xing-era music, care must be used.
  460. Because the name 'Yukimura' spread within 100 years after Nobushige's death, it is assumed that he actually called himself 'Yukimura,' inheriting Kataimina (taking a character from a person in the family) of Masayuki SANADA after Masayuki's death.
  461. Because the name of Amaterasu Omikami was used in the political scene as shown in "Kotai jingu gishikisho," Shoei MISHIMA and Tsutomu SAIJO even argue that Takamimusubi was the Kososhin (imperial ancestor);, and that Hirume was deified and became Amaterasu Omikami.
  462. Because the name of his grandfather was not written, it is not sure, but it is believed that the grandfather is TAKATA no Niinomi and TAKATA no Tarito is the child of Obitona.
  463. Because the name was also used for a semi-express train operated in the same section from 1962 to 1968, this section mainly describes trains that arrive at and depart from Kyoto Station and run on the Sanin Main Line.
  464. Because the new station was a transfer (junction) station between the Municipal Subway Line and the Keihan Railway Line, station employees were allocated to the respective platforms in order to provide guidance for users during a brief period of time after the opening of the Tozai Line.
  465. Because the noodles are so thin they may absorb a foreign taste, it needs to be washed with the best water avoiding hand sebum when boiling is over.
  466. Because the noodles are thin, they readily take up other flavors, and it is therefore necessary to wash the hands in water as thoroughly as possible in order to avoid oil from the hands coming into contact with them.
  467. Because the number of passengers using the Kosei Line increased significantly at Katata Station and Ono Station, many local trains return at Katata Station or Omi-Maiko Station.
  468. Because the number of people engaged in the postal business was limited, the huge amount of nengajo delayed the processing of all mail, which influenced mail other than nengajo and often caused delays in delivery.
  469. Because the odor of the feed and the water in which they lived remains in their skin, they are put in clean water for one to two days regardless of whether they are wild or farm raised.
  470. Because the office of the Nirayama magistrate was strongly concerned about the threat, they built Odaiba off the coast of Shinagawa and organized Hikogoro SATO in areas such as the Tama district.
  471. Because the original book didn't have a title, transcriptions were given different titles, including 'Hyoan Chadan' (Tea Talk at Hyoan Hut) and Juko Isshi Mokuroku (Juko's diary about the method of judgment).
  472. Because the original poem of Japan's National Anthem is a gaka in Kokin=Wakashu, it is often discussed whether or not "kimi (literally, 'lord'") in "wagakimi" means the emperor.
  473. Because the original stones are broken, Song rubbed copies made before the Jingkang incident are precious as the materials of the characters.
  474. Because the original text was written in kanbun (Sino-Japanese), it is to some extent a supposition that which readings of Chinese characters are correct.
  475. Because the other time-honored castles, jinya, etc. that are listed in Supplement 2 were determined to be disposed of, they will all be handed over to Okura-sho, including attached buildings, trees, and stones; hence, dispose of them after receiving them from the Department of War.
  476. Because the overall range of remains hasn't yet been defined, archaeological research by which to specify the range has been conducted.
  477. Because the palace of 'In' was called Sento Imperial Palace, 'Sento' is also used to as a term for Joko.
  478. Because the peasants' livelihoods and economic activities depended on the myo, which were located in a mosaic-like manner, their residences spread thin and there was no community in the form of a village where residences were densely packed.
  479. Because the performances were so well received, it was extended for a total of twenty-five days, becoming the longest Kanijin noh performance in the Edo period.
  480. Because the place to keep abandoned cars could have changed if nothing had been done, the same model cars of 81-82 were operated between Shinomiya and Hamaotsu as an out-of-service train.
  481. Because the place was governed by their descendants (called "shi-son" in Japanese) of Takekunikoriwake no mikoto (also called "Betsu"), the place name "Besshi" was coined.
  482. Because the plant produces flowers in the spring and the shape of the leaves resemble that of the chrysanthemum, it is called Shungiku (spring chrysanthemum) in Japanese.
  483. Because the platforms are partially located immediately above a bridge, the boats pass immediately under them.
  484. Because the platforms stand on the sloped side, the station building is located at a lower level compared to the platforms.
  485. Because the player has his or her eyes covered, the facial parts do not end up in the correct place on the face mask, creating laughable facial expressions.
  486. Because the plectrum has a large spread, the tip is sharp and has extra flexibility, and it is suitable for fine techniques.
  487. Because the position of the platform for outbound trains has been changed, all outbound trains (except for semi-express trains starting at Yodo Station) first enter Platform 4 in Chushojima Station and then run toward Yodo Station from there.
  488. Because the post was not an everyday function, it is unknown what the Kunin-chojakunin did to make a living.
  489. Because the prefix 'nori' in 'Norito' can have connotations of declarations to subordinates, it is possible to assume that the senmei-tai style Norito can be the quintessence of Norito.
  490. Because the price of an egg is lower than twenty yen, free raw eggs are served for lunch customers in some diners.
  491. Because the production of hon-kuzu is little and it is expensive, even most of the products sold as 'hon-kuzu' is mixed with starch of wheat, potato, sweet potato and so on.
  492. Because the prohibition on the sale of the arable lands did not restrict pawnage of cultivated fields, farmlands were bought and sold under foreclosure.
  493. Because the public security was poor, 浪人 banded together in various places and some of them stole things or caused riots.
  494. Because the pungent taste of wasabi is emitted only through exposure to oxygen, the recommended grater is one that can finely mash the cells, such as one made of shark skin.
  495. Because the purpose is to keep the kitchen quiet and allow women to rest, osechi dishes don't necessarily have to be hand-made.
  496. Because the purpose of rooms in Japanese private houses are often not designated or fixed, it is often the case that a room used as a dining room in the daytime is also used as a bedroom at night.
  497. Because the purpose of the school festival is different from that of other universities, it is incorrect to call it 'Eve Festival.'
  498. Because the rapid train and limited express don't stop at this station, they basically pass through Platform 2.
  499. Because the rate of antimony was almost the same as Wado-kaichin, it is assumed that it became the model of Wado-kaichin.
  500. Because the real Shakyamuni seson (World-Honored One; honorific name for Gautama Buddha) no longer existed, the idea of Birth in the Pure Land was conceived to seek assurance in the attainment of Buddhahood by receiving the guidance of Buddha.
  501. Because the records were lost in a fire at Izuna-jinja Shrine, which serves as the main shrine, her origins and other details are unknown.
  502. Because the regent's house took the power to exercise sovereignty, the other family lines became unable to get ahead and survived as nobles by being in charge of a particular field of work.
  503. Because the region name from the Ritsuryo system was not used there are many regions in which the city name became the prefecture name.
  504. Because the remote copying service is connected with the Japanese Periodicals Index system, it is possible for a user to specify the article to be copied within the searched magazines and request that a copy of such article be sent to him/her.
  505. Because the residence of the Shimo Reizei family was located within Kyoto Gyoen (Kyoto Imperial Park), it was demolished when the town of the court nobility was made into a park.
  506. Because the rice grains gradually turn white as they are shaved, the rice polishing process is also called 'seihaku' (making white).
  507. Because the road that passed by this eastern demaru (small castle or tower built onto and projecting from a larger castle) was the main road, it is though that an otemon (main gate) once stood in the vicinity of this compound.
  508. Because the route has many curves, the average time required between Demachiyanagi Station and Yodoyabashi Station is 53 minutes, which is a big difference from the time of the Special Rapid running on the JR Kyoto Line, which connects Osaka and Kyoto in 28 minutes.
  509. Because the sakaki tree grows mostly only in the southern Kanto where the climate is relatively mild, a hisakaki of a related species (but different genus) is substituted for the sakaki in areas further north.
  510. Because the saponin contained in soybeans foams intensively when go is boiled, the go will easily boil over.
  511. Because the scene where he flips the chabudai over is repeated in the credits of every episode, the commonly held image of Ittetsu is of 'chabudai-gaeshi.'
  512. Because the scheduled operation of the Kyoto City buses is difficult due to traffic congestion in the city and the recent sluggishness of business, the number of users of these buses has diminished, making it more difficult to operate a bus business.
  513. Because the sea god controls water Hoderi's rice field did not get water, and Hoderi eventually became poor.
  514. Because the section of Kawabata-dori Street between Sanjo and Shiokoji was recently opened to traffic, and the Keihan Main Line (now underground) had crossed the section before, Kawabata-dori Street cannot be used for the names of the intersections between the two streets.
  515. Because the series was a big hit, there were many alternative versions that were published by engraving used printing blocks or re-engraving printing blocks.
  516. Because the seventh scene is not accompanied by text, it is assumed to be a picture of the 'Hell of Foxes and Wolves' or 'Hell of the River of Ashes.'
  517. Because the shakuhachi has only five tone holes (finger holes), in order to play the Miyako-bushi scale (a Japanese scale), a seven-tone scale or a twelve-tone scale, it is necessary to use techniques referred to as "meri" and "kari," involving the covering half of a tone hole and the adjusting of the angle of ones embouchure, to produce sharp or flat tones.
  518. Because the shells did not change their partner, they became a symbol of conjugal harmony.
  519. Because the shogun of this period, Tunayoshi TOKUGAWA, respected the Imperial Court, the relationship between the Imperial Court and Japan's feudal government was steady.
  520. Because the shooting technique is based on that of Heki school, the method of readying and raising the bow is Shamen Uchiokoshi (anchoring in slanting position).
  521. Because the soil in Kofu basin is suitable for fruit cultivation, today it is one of the largest wine-producing areas in Japan.
  522. Because the soldiers, who were mainly drafted from eastern Japan which had a larger population, were not exempt from taxation during their service, they bore a heavy burden as farmers and it is thought that morale was low.
  523. Because the song-and-performer combinations were decided by lottery on the day of the examination, the examinees had to practice all songs in sahogaku, therefore, gakuko performed a significant role in handing down and sophistication of gagaku.
  524. Because the soup is sweet, many people season it with a complimentary 'flavored pepper' to suit their tastes.
  525. Because the soy milk boiled in the iron pot has low concentrations as mentioned above, the net-like mesh structure in which protein molecules connect becomes rough (high concentrations make a fine-mesh net).
  526. Because the stairway leading to Platform 1 was closed in spring 2007, when the renovation of ticket gates located on the second floor of the station building was carried out, under normal conditions ordinary people aren't allowed to enter this platform.
  527. Because the stalks of Yamada-nishiki are long, they are easily bent down when the strong wind blows.
  528. Because the station is located almost in the middle of a single-track section, the station serves as a bypass track for all trains during the day.
  529. Because the station was now underground, the Shijo-dori Street railway crossing, which had no crossing gate, set a significant record of "no collision or accident between trains and pedestrians for 71 years and six months" over the period from 1915 to 1987.
  530. Because the statue of Shakya nyorai, which was said to have been made by Ennin, was placed there, it was also called Imadegawa Shakado.
  531. Because the step of process is simple, it is possible to process and cook from fresh fish personally.
  532. Because the stone chamber was already disturbed by grave robbers, it is not known who was buried there.
  533. Because the story of turning the eyes into the sun and the moon is a common analogy found across Asia, some consider that the myth was propagated as peoples migrated around the region during prehistory.
  534. Because the street stalls are often exposed to severe competition from one another, food prices are generally reasonable.
  535. Because the substantial policy of liberation meant to deny flatly Shinokosho (hereditary four-status order consisting of warrior-rulers, peasants, artisans, and merchants), bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) became to avoid Choshu Domain more and more.
  536. Because the sugar content of the sakekasu is transformed into amino acids, it increases in flavor and gains umami.
  537. Because the supply of chitsuroku (hereditary stipend) to the warrior class was a serious financial burden, and a sense of feudalistic entitlement was detrimental to the establishment of the national army, the disorganization of the warrior class was a political issue.
  538. Because the surface is glossy, oil-based pen is needed in order to add a handwritten comment.
  539. Because the surface of umeboshi is crumpled, wrinkly old ladies are commonly called 'umeboshi-basan.'
  540. Because the surrounding area of the station consists of bedroom suburbs of Kyoto, the number of passengers is quite large relative to the size of the station and the congestion of the trains bound for Kyoto is relatively heavy during certain hours.
  541. Because the sword should not obstruct any action and must be ready to use when necessary, it was usually hung on the left waist both in the East and in the West.
  542. Because the target was set close to ground level, short-range Kasagake archery differs from long-range Kasagake archery in that in short-range Kasagake archery, the archer sees the target below leg level.
  543. Because the taxi driver is included in the riding capacity, the actual number of passengers who can take a taxi is one person less than the capacity.
  544. Because the team made a demonstration of the ability to score goals which had been far and away the most in J2 and the stubborn defense which had conceded the fewest goals in J2, it was expected that the team would stir itself up in J1 after an interval of three years.
  545. Because the telephone number of the company was 'two,' this catch phrase was coined.
  546. Because the temple is located northeast of Kyoto Imperial Palace, which is the kimon direction (kimon-the northeastern (unlucky) direction, a person or thing to be avoided), since ancient times it has been worshipped as a god of hoyoke (protection for removing calamities related to direction).
  547. Because the temple's principal image Bishamonten is regarded as a war deva associated with the historical event and the guardian deity of the temple is the tiger, players of Hanshin Tigers (one of professional baseball teams) visit here to pray for victory.
  548. Because the temples ranked under Gozan were mostly Buddhist temples of the Rinzai sect, the Gozanha are often taken as the Rinzai sect; however, the Daioha (Daio school), which in turn belonged to the Rinzai sect, wasn't subject to control by the Gozan system.
  549. Because the term Han was not the official name of a system in the Edo period, only some people used it, and it occasionally appeared after Genroku era (e.g. Hakuseki ARAI's books "Hankanpu" [Genealogy of the Protectors of the Shogunate] and "Tokugawa jikki" [The True Tokugawa Records].)
  550. Because the term, "Geisha," is used in Edo (old name for Tokyo), it needs to be distinguished.
  551. Because the third generation, Tadamasa KAZANIN (1124 to 1193), was familiar with the Emperor's politics in the Imperial Palace and was a relative of TAIRA no Kiyomori, he was exceptionally promoted to be the grand minister of state.
  552. Because the tip of her nose was red as though it had been stained with a safflower, she is called Suetsumuhana (the lady of the safflower).
  553. Because the tomb of YAMATO no Ototsugu is located nearby, it is thought that Kundo-no-kami was enshrined by the Yamato clan which came to Japan from Baekje.
  554. Because the tombs of the head priests of Chion-in who were miya-monzeki (in this case, heads who are imperial princes) were constructed at the highest tier of the graveyard through the Edo period, the graveyard area continues to be administered by the Imperial Household Agency.
  555. Because the torimi required extensive knowledge and experience in hunting, the post was regarded a skilled post and was very often hereditary.
  556. Because the torpedo hit the powder magazine, Sakaki instantly exploded and was blown off, leaving only a third of the ship: the machinery room at the rear.
  557. Because the track of Katamachi Line (Gakkentoshi Line) connects only to Platform 1 on the west side of the station, trains of this line use only Platform 1.
  558. Because the trains belonging to the Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau are basically operated only up to Takatsukishi Station, they aren't used for Sakaisuji-Junkyu.
  559. Because the trip was a government service, post stations and sukego-mura villages (government assigned villages along frequently-traveled roads that provided inns and resources for travelers) were made to contribute their support for free, which caused them a tremendous inconvenience.
  560. Because the two stations have similar names, this station is generally referred to as JR Uji Station.
  561. Because the underground roots of wasabi aren't suitable for preserving, other parts of wasabi are normally used for these products.
  562. Because the upper part remains a natural stone, while the lower part alone is processed, Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute introduced in their report a theory suggesting a topsy-turvy state, i.e., the present bottom should have been intended for the top, which is not strongly supported.
  563. Because the use of Keihan is less expensive when going to or returning from the central part of Kyoto, such as Sanjo-dori Street and Shijo-dori Street, or when using the Hankyu Kyoto Main Line, many people use this station.
  564. Because the various cherry trees bloom at different times, there has been a slight change in the period of hanami.
  565. Because the verses/stories in this era were underdeveloped, one cannot give them high marks.
  566. Because the voracious swallowtail worm is very large, it could eat up all leaves alone and strip it naked down to a stump, so attention is required.
  567. Because the warriors of Aizu could not fulfill their duties, the Shinsengumi was also incorporated under the Shugoshoku being retained by the Shugoshoku and were assigned to maintain order in the town.
  568. Because the wearing of furisode is more or less limited to young unmarried women, married women generally do not wear them.
  569. Because the west ticket gate leads only to Track 2, passengers must go through the east ticket gate in order to reach Track 1 from the west ticket gate.
  570. Because the wetness of the egg white is eliminated, you can enjoy a rich taste of the yolk.
  571. Because the word 'nori' in Japanese originally refers to epiphytic algae as a whole, which live on rocks underwater, like Hepaticae, many kinds of algae that are not edible often have names such as 'XXX nori' or 'YYY nori.'
  572. Because the word for Japanese iris was pronounced same as the word for martial spirit (both were pronounced "shobu") and also the shape of leaves of Japanese iris remind people of swords, tango was determined as the sekku for boys and people prayed for the healthy growth of boys.
  573. Because the young buds and leaves (leaf buds) are bright green, they're used to lend color to Kaiseki ryori (a simple meal served before a ceremonial tea) and are used as suikuchi (a fragrant garnish) for soup dishes.
  574. Because the yukata has been the utmost casual wear from the beginning and it's regarded as impolite if one wears yukata to meet others, one can only wear a yukata to the most casual places.
  575. Because the yukata is comparatively inexpensive among the various kinds of Japanese clothing, kabuki players used to present to their patrons specially ordered rolls of dyed cloth for yukata, although in recent years that custom has become less frequently employed.
  576. Because the yukata is easier to wear than other kimono clothing, in addition to being inexpensive, it enjoys high popularity among foreigners as an ethnic costume and a reasonable souvenir or an article for mail order.
  577. Because their contents are largely different with each other, each of them is called a '10-volume book' or a '20-volume book' for differentiation, and copies of each book remain.
  578. Because their love affair was found out, Yosaburo was barbarously killed by the followers of Genzaemon and his body was thrown away in the sea.
  579. Because their plan of attacking Kamakura was revealed before it happened, it ended up with a battle between Yoshihiro's army and Yoritomo's forces in Shimotsuke.
  580. Because their presence endangered Onjo-ji temple, on the night of the twenty-sixth (twenty-fifth in lunar calendar), Yorimasa and prince Mochihito fled from Onjo-ji leading 1000 troops and headed for Kofuku-ji temple in Nara.
  581. Because their selling prices were high, much money was allowed to be used for production and high-level production techniques were employed.
  582. Because then Emperor Kanmu became a devout believer in Saicho and Hieizan-ji Temple, received the support of the emperor and his aides in the Wake clan, it flourished as it was considered the guardian of Kyoto's Kimon (northeast) gate and of the nation.
  583. Because there are a limited number of vehicles for which manufacturers set LPG as a standard, there are some cases where gasoline engines are remodeled to LPG engines for privately owned taxis and hires in metropolitan areas.
  584. Because there are digital communications facilities such as Floor Vision and wireless transmissions with portable consoles, a notice is posted on the first floor advising "We must decline admission to pacemaker users."
  585. Because there are many different groups of the same sport, some of them form leagues such as Doshisha Tennis League (DTL), D-League in soccer, and so on.
  586. Because there are many one-way streets around the station, a bus stop site for a route bus is provided, depending on the bus's direction of travel.
  587. Because there are many well-known traditional hot springs along this line, people often have the impression that trains on this line run through these hot springs and along the sea coast at their own pace.
  588. Because there are no explanations about atsu-yo (thick torinoko-colored paper) in both dictionaries, it seems that the atsu-yo of ganpishi had been called torinoko since the Heian period.
  589. Because there are no public or genealogical records about Isendo FUJIWARA there is a tendency to question his historical existence; nevertheless To-ji has long considered 796 to be the year of its founding.
  590. Because there are various theories about what angered Hideyoshi, no one theory has been established.
  591. Because there aren't very many 24 hr LPG stations, LPG stations become crowded shortly before closing business for the day.
  592. Because there has never been a shochoku (imperial edict) for the transfer of the national capital to Tokyo, there has been no change to the fact that Kyoto is officially the capital of Japan even now while the imperial system continues.
  593. Because there is a Kebutsu (an artificial small sized statue of the Buddha) of Amida on her hokan (crown), this is identified as a Kannon Bosatsu (Kannon Buddhisattva, an attendant figure of the Amida Buddha).
  594. Because there is a San (inscription on a painting) of Doryu RANKEI on the upper side of the painting, it seems to have been painted before 1278 when RANKEI died.
  595. Because there is a gap of about 50 years, it is assumed that there was no direct relation.
  596. Because there is a piece of plate on which the Hokke-kyo sutra is written at Shosoin in Japan, it seems that the Hokke-kyo sutra has been popular since ancient times.
  597. Because there is a principle that a husband and a wife must be on the same household register, a wife of a head of a branch family and also a wife of a lineal descendant must be registered on the new household register with their husband.
  598. Because there is a similar description at the beginning of "Jizo juo-kyo Sutra," described later, as well, which is believed to have been composed in Japan.
  599. Because there is an example where horses were buried around the ancient tomb built in the fifth century, it is thought to be influenced by the customs brought by the people who came from across the seas.
  600. Because there is falsification in the definition of Taika's reform in "Chronicles of Japan (Nihon Shoki)," this theory has become apparent.
  601. Because there is no historical material proving his birth date and the first half of his life is mostly unknown, there is no one else whose origin is so mysterious as that of Masashige, although he is highly well-known in Japanese history.
  602. Because there is no other account of the incident, the reliability of the existing record is doubted.
  603. Because there is no overpass or underpass linking the two platforms, there are separate ticket gates for each.
  604. Because there is no record mentioning that he had either mistresses or heirs, the Suganuma clan was ceased to change the rank for the extinction of family line.
  605. Because there is the description of '因還信' (delivered by a messenger) in the second letter and '因還人' (delivered by a messenger) in the third letter, it is presumed that each letter was written casually (with no intention of creating artwork).
  606. Because there seems to have been a woman named Tanba as a consort to an emperor, it appears that the name "Tanba" has existed since ancient times.
  607. Because there was no concrete example of junshi which can be proved archaeologically, it is unknown whether junshi was generally performed or not.
  608. Because there was no eligible successor in the Saionji family after the previous lord died young, they arranged marriage between a daughter of the late Kiminobu SAIONJI and Sanesuke who was from the Takatsukasa family; Consequently Sanesuke became the adopted child and heir to the Saionji Family.
  609. Because there was no eligible successor in the Saionji family, he adopted Hirosue who was the third son of Sadaijin Harutaka NIJO; Consequently, Hirosue became heir to the Saionji Family.
  610. Because there was no eligible successor in the Saionji family, they reluctantly adopted Sanesuke SAIONJI who was the second son of Kanpaku (Chief Adviser to the Emperor) Fusasuke TAKATSUKASA; Consequently Sanetsune became heir to the Saionji Family.
  611. Because there was no military, there was no military officer nor Military Minister; even if a military officer existed, he could not gain a position as a Minister of State.
  612. Because there was no one to succeed the Imperial Throne from Emperor Go-Takakura's line, Emperor Go-Saga (Prince Tsuchimikado) was enthroned in July 1242; and the suffix -in used in posthumous Buddhist names was changed to Go-Toba-in.
  613. Because there was no reward for the Later Three Years' War due to it being considered a private war, he is said to have awarded his own property to his men, thereby enhancing his popularity as a warrior
  614. Because there was this type of 'guarantee of status' there were students who did not study hard but enjoyed their student lives.
  615. Because there were cases where inkyo was problematic and the whole family ruined, inkyo has to be considered carefully.
  616. Because there were differences in the culture and understanding regarding trade.
  617. Because there were fewer of the whiskers and wrinkles usually used in counterfeiting prevention, it took time to prepare the blocks; therefore its production was delayed as compared to Hideyo NOGUCHI's one thousand yen note and Yukichi FUKUZAWA's ten thousand yen note.
  618. Because there were ladies who were given the authority to manage all the inner workings of the house in O-oku in this time.
  619. Because there were many apartments for students in the residential district east of the station, and because many fast-food restaurants--such as Yoshinoya, hamburger shops and Gyoza no Ohsho--opened around the station in the 1980s, it can be said that the area around the station was most brilliant during this period.
  620. Because there were many ranches in the northen part of Chiba Prefecture, lots of information aboutMOkushi is available there.
  621. Because there were no forced relocations of daimyo families from the middle ages onwards, there was insufficient separation of samurai and farmers amongst the ranks of vassals and as such, the fiefs of provincial samurai perpetuated and the goshi continued to live in rural villages..
  622. Because there were quite a number of female demonstrators, the fifth demonstration was called Women Demonstration.
  623. Because there were unclear points in Takigawa's testimony of his capture during the hearing, the sentence was decided after an appeal to the Osaka Higher Court in 1959, with one of the two defendants being accused of assault (both were acquitted of forcible detainment and inflicting bodily injury).
  624. Because these Shibosatsu were described in the Hokekyo as having bodies that were gold colored and having Sanjuniso (32 marks of Nyorai), they may not seem to be Bosatsu who are training to get enlightenment.
  625. Because these gods were considered to be members of the Goho zenjin, a group of gods who respected and guarded the Buddhist law, some were even granted Bosatsu-go (the title of Bodhisattva) from the end of the Nara era through the Heian era.
  626. Because these have also been excavated from the ancient capital sites like Fujiwara-kyo (the Imperial capital of Japan for sixteen years between 694 and 710) in Nara Prefecture and the ruins in the Kinki region, these kiln sites seem to have been functioning as the official kilns as well.
  627. Because these have been brought over after the Kamakura period, these are not usually included in Togashi.
  628. Because these leaves look like nuphar leaves and are similar to the futaba-aoi leaves, some scholars view the Aizu-aoi precisely as Kohone-mon (nuphar patterns) instead of the aoi-mon.
  629. Because these rules were not made public, various speculations were circulated and some people became to have frustration with joshaku.
  630. Because these sumptuous swords were expensive, hosodachi (narrow blade)-style swords with partially omitted mountings were also invented and worn in place of ornamental swords according to the rank or economic status.
  631. Because these vassals were, as it were, hereditary vassal who had served Hideyoshi since he served Nobunaga, it is no exaggeration to say that these expulsions led to the decline of TOYOTOMI clan, who had no hereditary vassal actually.
  632. Because these were matters related to enthronement of Takakura and his wife, Shigeko, Goshirakawa's anger was enormous (see the entry from November 28, 1168 in the "Heihanki").
  633. Because they are loose-fitting and easy-to-wear, samue are not necessarily unique to monks but often treated as a kind of relaxing room-wear along with jinbei (informal summer clothes for men), and they are warmly regarded by many.
  634. Because they are now under the ground of an urban area, research can be conducted only in a small compartment when there is construction work.
  635. Because they have their religious law in the hermit world.
  636. Because they live among the truly settled, they attain nirvana.
  637. Because they operated food stalls in those days, the secrets of the other shops were easily given away and they were influenced by each other and developed into the present form.
  638. Because they were at an advantage compared to the schools that were established later, they were called 'number schools' (from 'n school') in order to distinguish them from other schools.
  639. Because they were born from monozane (media from which gods are born) they are considered to be Susanoo's children.
  640. Because they were built to promote martial arts at that time any such buildings that remain today are valued as cultural properties.
  641. Because they were high-grade articles, those tiles were often seen in sento in urban areas that had sufficient funds for equipment, and they drew many visitors.
  642. Because they were the defenders of the party government by the House of Representatives and their role in supporting national sovereignty, they never set up a political party within Kizokuin and members who joined a party had to quit the Kizokuin councilor's position based on unwritten rules.
  643. Because they were wedged between great powers, one of the kokujin, Motonari MORI became the leader and changed to sengoku daimyo.
  644. Because this "Futomani" was easily confused with the common noun "futomani," Kiyohiko AGO called it "Kanwoshide motoura tsutae."
  645. Because this egg-shaped pagoda is seamless (made of just one stone), it's called Muhoto (Chinese characters used for Muhoto have the meaning "seamless").
  646. Because this event had led Dokan OTA to succeed in regaining his strength, he later dedicated a Jizo Bosatsu (Jizo Bodhisattva) of the cat to the temple.
  647. Because this had appeared as a 'betrayal against the Bakufu' to the eyes of the patriots that belonged to the Sonno Joi ha, he was made a target.
  648. Because this huge granite with 3.6 meters in length, 2.1 meters in width, and 1.8 meters in height has a turtle-like carving on it, it is called by this name.
  649. Because this inverse relationship exists individually for each variety of sakamai, the variety of the higher grade doesn't necessarily have better quality than the rice of the lower variety.
  650. Because this is a god who values cleanliness and eliminates impurities, he is considered to be linked to the god of fire.
  651. Because this is a provisional test prior to the formal introduction, it was carried out with the limited participation of 1,000 persons.
  652. Because this is a station for transfer, it has long been taken up by the media, such as TV and magazines, as the battleground of Ekiben; accordingly, various unique Ekiben, such as 'Hanabi-zushi' and 'Hashigo Bento,' have been created in response to heated competition.
  653. Because this is a temple (for Buddhist training), nothing is to obstruct training in the religion.
  654. Because this is a well forged steel blade, you can agree with god's will in the heaven, and avoid disasters in the earth.'
  655. Because this is the central station of Kameoka City, which has developed as a bedroom suburb of Kyoto and Osaka, the number of passengers is very large and, depending on the time zone, the congestion on trains bound for Kyoto is relatively heavy.
  656. Because this issue became protracted and had not been resolved after more than half a year, it became troublesome for Emperor Uda, who made an attempt to convey his true intentions on the matter to Mototsune in an effort to try to appease him, but Mototsune would not accept.
  657. Because this means that the mountain does not meet the definition of a volcano, it is not classified into a volcano in the Quarternary period.
  658. Because this registration system complements the designation system, registry candidates are restricted to tangible folk cultural properties that are neither important tangible folk cultural properties nor tangible folk cultural properties specified by a local public entity.
  659. Because this road was in a grassy and unpopulated area, it is believed that there were tsujigiri occurring every night on this road.
  660. Because this state of the Shugo in the Muromachi period differs greatly from the strictly military and police powers that the Kamakura period Shugo had, Muromachi period Shugo are referred to as Shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lord as provincial constable) to distinguish them.
  661. Because this station is located near the boundary between Kyoto Prefecture and Otsu City of Shiga Prefecture, residents in both prefectures use it.
  662. Because this station is located under the Kawaramachi Oike crossing, the description 'Kawaramachi Oike' is additionally placed on the station-name board (this description was added around the time that the line was extended to Rokujizo Station).
  663. Because this station is the terminal for the Keihan Electric Railway in Kyoto Prefecture, it used to be called 'Kyoto Demachiyanagi Station,' but that name has rarely been used since the timetable revision that occurred in fall 2003.
  664. Because this temple is part of the premises of Chion-in, sightseers to Chion-in often mistakenly step into the precincts of Isshin-in Temple, thinking it's a sightseeing spot.
  665. Because this type of moto (yeast mash) is generated at a higher temperature than Yamahaimoto (a manufacturing process of yeast mash) and Sokujomoto (fast brewing method of sake mash), the term of koon (high temperature) is used.
  666. Because this visitation was carried out on the open sea, the British authority made a protest to Japan, so Ministry of Foreign Affairs demanded that the Navy punish the responsible persons.
  667. Because this was against the norm, it is said that the by and large the sympathies of the people were secretly on the side of this unfortunate Imperial prince.
  668. Because those designated Fudo-son statues have been relocated due to various circumstances such as that some temples became abolished or consolidated subsequent to the Meiji era, it can be said that the current addresses have lost their original role as kekkai (boundary between the sacred and worldly spaces).
  669. Because those groups set fire to the towns that refused to provide funds, since then Tenguto came to be recognized as 'violent crowd.'
  670. Because those past 6 reconstructions were all done only in this world, it hasn't been reconstructed fundamentally and turned back.
  671. Because those three kyaku books do not exist now except for the index of the Koninkyaku, 'Ruijusandaikyaku' in which original text of kyaku is considered to be copied virtually unchanged, is a valuable historical material to know the actual situation of ancient legislative system.
  672. Because those who presented poems to the court for the Shojigodohyakushu were mainly new poets from Gotobain's trusted vassals, it is considered that Kunaikyo first attended at the court just before 1200.
  673. Because those who went out for okage mairi traveled to Ise on behalf of all the people in his/her village with the money gathered from the villagers, they avoided returning empty-handed.
  674. Because three mountains looked overlapped, it is called Mikasa-yama or Mikasa no yama (mountains with three shades).
  675. Because through-service is provided, train cars of the Chuo Line, with green lines, run on this one as well.
  676. Because tobishoku can be engaged in activities with cultural values besides its regular trade and regarded as a cross-trained worker, it can also called machitobi and machidaiku.
  677. Because tocha was regarded as 'gun in itsuyu' (drinking in a group and living an easy life), its popularity was ethically criticized.
  678. Because track No. 1, on the entrance side, is used by trains that pass the station without stopping, passing trains and trains that don't meet other trains coming from the opposite direction at the station use Platform 1, regardless of whether they're inbound or outbound lines.
  679. Because trains for shuttle operations use the draw-out track, which is not very common for JR, the westerly platform is used for Kyoto bound trains and the easterly platform is used either for trains terminating at this station or those bound for Nara (some trains for Kyoto), thus representing a completely segregated arrangement.
  680. Because trees were supposed to be dwellings of spirits, and Tengu was believed to be a mountain god, the Tengu were believed to live in trees.
  681. Because twelve out of thirteen Kinen mirrors, which were with the name of an era of China, were included in bronze mirrors produced in this period, these mirrors were used as references to estimate the era when the excavated tumulus or other burial goods were produced.
  682. Because two different types of trains--four-car and six-car trains--are used in the section between Uzumasa-tenjingawa Station and Misasagi Station, only the platform doors for four-car trains can be operated on the station platforms in this section, and they are in fact operated in this way.
  683. Because two founders were priests from Kofuku-ji Temple, Muro-ji Temple had a close relationship with Kofuku-ji Temple; however, it left the Hosso sect to become a temple of the Shingon sect later, in 1698 during the Edo period.
  684. Because two kinds of characters to express the pronunciation of "ko" found in the ancient special Kana usage are not distinguished while エ of the row of ア in the gojuonzu (a "fifty-sound" syllabary chart) and エ of the row of ヤ are distinguished, Ametsuchi no Uta is thought to have been established in the beginning of Heian period (around A.D. 900).
  685. Because various actions were taken hastily, including the decision of enshrined deities, the elimination of temples, Buddist priests' conversion to Shinto priests, the destruction of Buddhist statues and Buddhist tools, the prohibition of Buddhist rites and the compulsion of citizens' conversion to Shinto, the society became chaotic.
  686. Because virtually all of the materials that had originally been used to construct Sawayama-jo Castle were removed and reused in the construction of Hikone-jo Castle, almost no trace of Sawayama-jo Castle remains today, though portions of its old wall and earthen embankments can still be seen.
  687. Because waka began as accompaniment to a tune, the number of letters (the number of syllables, or mora) is not strictly confined if it is read in a singsong manner.
  688. Because wasabi is a plant of Brassicaceae, like cabbage, its leaves are sometimes eaten by cabbageworms (green caterpillars).
  689. Because we cannot suppress our love of our country, we have considered the way to survive this imminent danger and decided that we need to set a stage to debate State affairs.
  690. Because whales have often been considered as big "fishes," the meat has been eaten as a type of fish meat, from old times.
  691. Because what happened to the clan at that time was not written in the "Amarume shi Kyuki" (Old Record by the Amarume Clan) which had many details of local lords, the clan, which was ranked in the same level as the Osaki and the Mogami clans as a family of the Ashikaga clan, boasted of high family status.
  692. Because when people die they are immediately reborn in the land of Buddha, ojo, as in 'gokuraku ojo' (go to paradise) and 'jodo ojo' (go to the Pure Land) generally means birth after death.
  693. Because with thoughts, it can reach the Siddhi (the ultimate destination) of thoughts, and because it is without thoughts, it can create the Siddhi of no thoughts.
  694. Because women such as court ladies in Kokyu (Empress's residence) used 'kana,' male government officials who had contacts with them also came to use 'kana.'
  695. Because wood used for Nure-en needs to be relatively durable to corrosion by water and weathering, new housing materials, such as plywood or veneer boards, are not suitable.
  696. Because you are Samurai, I don't recommend that you become enlightened and retire from the real world.'
  697. Because you are calling the name of Buddha, with those invocations, you will be forgiven the guilt to wander around between life and death for Hachijuokko (an extremely long time).
  698. Because young Shoko only remembered Shoen painting pictures by "shutting up herself in the studio on the second floor," he called Shoen as the 'Mother on the second floor.'
  699. Because young lady Akashi's priest for incantation tells her about Ukifune, Kaoru also comes to know about her.
  700. Because, 'tsu' corresponds to 'no' in modern Japanese, Amatsukami and Kunitsukami means gods of heaven and gods of the land respectively.
  701. Because, Platform 3 has a structure that does not permit division of the incoming/outgoing flow, and when the train enters on Platform 3, even if the cross seats are set, it cannot turn around to adjust to the direction of the train turning back on the track.
  702. Because, entering the Muromachi period, strong power was given to Shugo (the military commander and administrator in a province), Shugo, replacing Jito, eroded shoen more conspicuously.
  703. Because, in a record that describes Morichika's death, it is written as 'He showed no timidity at the moment of his death,' it seems that his last moment was praiseworthy.
  704. Because, in addition to the tendency of ignoring Japanese traditional culture at that time, Inuoumono which required a huge space and many participants needed also tremendous amounts of money to hold its event and its training and practice.
  705. Because, in addition, hatamoto had to reside basically in Edo, their life styles became more and more like those of consumers regardless of whether they were chigyo-tori (recipients of land revenue) or kuramaidori (retainers who received rice preserved in a depository by Edo Shogunate and domains as their salary).
  706. Because, in line with this circumstance, court nobles, samurai families, temples and shrines started to earn money by lending efu to merchants and farmers who wanted to transport their own baggage at the official rate, the Edo bakufu often cracked down on this business, but without effect.
  707. Because, in the time of Takakazu SEKI or before, the main problem in mathematical analysis was the circumference ratio or the volume and surface area of a sphere, it was called the study of enri (circle principle).
  708. Because, remaining soybean protein in the final process leads to turbidity in products (in heating), and raw starch in wheat are unable to be consumed as source of nutrient by general soy-sauce yeasts.
  709. Because, the Azai clan was tightly keeping the alliance with the Asakura clan as well as building the alliance with the Oda clan, thus the opinion within the family was split over the decision which side to support.
  710. Becchoku no Chojo
  711. Becchoku no Chojo was appointed by the imperial individual order (becchoku).
  712. Becchoku no omi was worn by court nobles called emonja who engaged in dressing the Emperor with the imperial costume for Shinto rituals (Gosaifuku).
  713. Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois
  714. Becoming Honen's Disciple
  715. Becoming Kokumo (Mother of the Emperor)
  716. Becoming Roju (Senior Councillor of the Tokugawa shogunate) twice amid the upheavals of the end of the Edo period, Masakuni served in an effective manner with Katsukiyo ITAKURA and Nagamichi OGASAWARA.
  717. Becoming Samurai
  718. Becoming a 'Mastermind in Politics'
  719. Becoming a Christian
  720. Becoming a Zen priest, he became the chief priest of Kitayama Rokuon-ji Temple (Kinkaku-ji Temple).
  721. Becoming a disciple of Issa
  722. Becoming a hijiri (a high-ranking priest) reciting the Senju Darani Sutra, he built Gyogan-ji Temple (also called Ko-do) on Ichijo, Kyoto in 1004.
  723. Becoming a nun
  724. Becoming a part of Kamigyo Ward in 1918, Oaza Koyama was reorganized into six towns prefixed by 'Koyama.'
  725. Becoming a person of religion
  726. Becoming a priest and oath
  727. Becoming a priest and pardoned, Hideyasu's younger brother Hideyoshi, an outstanding poet, later on went to Oki no shima Island following the exiled Retired Emperor Gotoba who Hideyoshi admired.
  728. Becoming a priest and retirement
  729. Becoming a priest at a tender age, he learnt the principle of the Ritsushu sect and that of the Tendaishu sect.
  730. Becoming a priest at the age of 16, he studied under Shurin KEIJO and Isho Tokugan of Nanzen-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  731. Becoming a ronin (a masterless samurai), Sadanosuke headed for Kumamoto, relying on Yoshiaki's younger brother Mitsunao TATEOKA who had also been taken under custody of Kumamoto Domain, and served the Hosokawa clan.
  732. Becoming a wandering steward.
  733. Becoming an obstacle to lay temporary tracks for the work of elevating the railway between Nijo and Hanazono, in October 1990 the station house was moved, as it was, 15 meters eastward.
  734. Becoming angry with the behavior of Hidehisa, Hideyoshi had him forfeit his territory and banished him to Mt. Koya.
  735. Becoming independent on March 5, 1633, the Ayabe Domain had a yield of 20,000 koku in rice and was ruled by a tozama daimyo (the allied daimyo of the Tokugawa shogun).
  736. Becoming popular among ordinary people in the Edo period, Uchiwa fan was used as a daily life tool in various scenes and for various purposes such as in enjoying the cool and in watching fireflies, for cooking, for accentuating one's dress and fashion, and for brushing away insects.
  737. Becoming the Udaisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and the Inner Minister
  738. Becoming the head of Shinsengumi
  739. Becoming the lawful wife of TAIRA no Shigemori, Keishi gave birth to TAIRA no Kiyotsune, TAIRA no Arimori, TAIRANO no Moromori and TAIRA no Tadafusa.
  740. Becoming unable to hold Katsurao-jo Castle, Yoshikiyo MURAKAMI abandoned the castle and fled to Echigo Province, seeking Kagetora's support.
  741. Becoming unconscious, Hangan puts forth his final effort and hands his short sword to Yuranosuke saying, "this is a keepsake from me. Use it to carry out my revenge."
  742. Beech wood was mainly carried out using the Onoko provisional tramline, for use in making the blades of propellers.
  743. Beef Kakuni
  744. Beef Katsudon (bowl of rice topped with beef cutlet)
  745. Beef cutlet is not generally eaten in East Japan, but popular in the Kinki region.
  746. Beef is commonly used, but pork is used in some cases (in this case, the dish is called 'pork hayashi.')
  747. Beef is the main ingredient, but pork and chicken as well as seafood including blowfish, octopus, sea bream, and snow crab are also used.
  748. Beef katsudon is where a pork cutlet is replaced with a beef cutlet.
  749. Beef shabu-shabu is called "gyu-shabu," and pork shabu-shabu is known as "buta-shabu."
  750. Beef tsukudani is also available.
  751. Beef was eaten even during the Edo period, when the practice was called 'eating as a drug,' but it was mostly after the Meiji Restoration that eating beef became popular.
  752. Beef:
  753. Beehive Stones
  754. Beehive stones are also called Amadare-ishi (raindrops stones).
  755. Beehive stones were the stone tools with many hollows.
  756. Beer
  757. Beer began to be taxed in 1901, but wine was not taxed.
  758. Beer garden (from July to August)
  759. Beer is a fermented drink made from malt, hops and water.
  760. Beer is a fermented drink made from malt, hops, water, barley, and other materials stipulated in government regulations.
  761. Beers which contain any ingredients other than barley, water, hops and other additional ingredients are classified as low-malt beer.
  762. Before "Kaitai Shinsho" (New Book of Anatomy)
  763. Before 1020, she married OE no Kinyori, Governor of Sagami Province, and came to be called Sagami's wife.
  764. Before 1160, he hosted a Japanese poetry party and a party of a hundred poem sequence.
  765. Before 1194 Kokei was granted the rank of Hogen (the second highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests), a step higher than Hokkyo.
  766. Before 1772, when Yaemon appeared in Najio, there were two Yaemon families, one living in Iwamoto-mura village and the other in Otaki-mura village in the Echizen go-go (the five areas in Echizen Province) (also called Okamoto go-ko (the five places in Okamoto)).
  767. Before 1922 the school now called Ryukoku University was known as Bukkyo University; however, there is no relationship to the Bukkyo University described in this article.
  768. Before 1970, the style of Naikan that is called 'Yoshimoto Genpo' today had been completed.
  769. Before 1989 (from 1948 to 1988) it was known as Tenno Tanjo Bi (The Emperor's Birthday)
  770. Before 2003, limited express trains (including spare trains) were at full-capacity operation, and the trains of the Series 9000 also had to be used.
  771. Before 813, Kura no kami (officer in the togubo).
  772. Before August 18, 1863
  773. Before Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Battle of Tanabe-jo Castle happened, where Western Camp besieged Tanabe-jo Castle (Tango Province) in which Fujitaka HOSOKAWA, who was on the side of Eastern Camp, held up.
  774. Before Becoming a Military Officer
  775. Before Bunei no Eki, envoys were rather free and could gather various information during their trips.
  776. Before Carolingians
  777. Before Emperor Uda compiled "Shinsen Manyoshu" (anthology of Japanese poems), Imperial Prince Koresada selected poems for "Koresada Shinno-ke Utaawase" (Poetry contest sponsored by the family of Imperial Prince Koresada) which became the sources of Shinsen Manyoshu, under a commission from Emperor Uda.
  778. Before Enthronement
  779. Before Fukei went to his home ground, his allies (supporting Oama no Miko) including MURAKUNI no Oyori began to advance to Omi Province.
  780. Before Fukuchiyama was established as a domain, during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States), Mitsuhide implemented land-tax exemptions, developed the castle town, and constructed the early-modern Fukuchiyama-jo Castle.
  781. Before Genroku Ako Incident, Sohen frequently attended the tea ceremony at Kira's residence at the invitation of Kozukenosuke KIRA, who was also the pupil of SEN no Sotan, because the residence of Kozukenosuke was transferred to Honjo.
  782. Before Hakuaden was built at the top of the mountain, Kozui conducted most of his activities in the main building.
  783. Before Handing it to the Government
  784. Before Heian period, the people considered that the capital was the place where emperor resided, and when emperor extended the stay in secondary capital during the visit, they regarded it as a transfer of the capital.
  785. Before Higashiyama Tunnel opened, Tokaido Main Line ran this route.
  786. Before Hitsuki Shinji, such description hadn't been seen in any publication and the spirit made him write 'all before this were predictions and this is the revelation of Ki' (chapter 6 of volume Kaze).
  787. Before Hyo became Gun (county) in 701, Gunga had been called Hyoga.
  788. Before ICOCA became interoperable with PiTaPa, for a while there was a checker of exclusive use at Rinku-Town Station.
  789. Before January 14, 704
  790. Before Japan National Railways (JNR) was privatized as the JR Group, only a few rapid trains had been operated each day.
  791. Before Japan annexed Korea in 1910, this agreement had a significance demarcating a border between Qing and the Korean Empire.
  792. Before Japanese envoys to Sui and Tong Dynasties China left from Suminoenotsu, they gave a prayer to Sumiyoshi Okami at Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine, and went toward Kyushu through currently called Seto Inland Sea (it was in the Meiji Period when the idea of Seto Inland Sea came out) via Naniwa no tsu (Naniwa Port).
  793. Before Jodai (before the Nara period)
  794. Before KEIHAN THE STORE ceased operation, the announcement of 'KEIHAN THE STORE' was made additionally, succeeding the announcement of the station name in the train cars.
  795. Before Kabuki (Tatsusaburo HAYASHI, 1954)
  796. Before Kazusuke YAMANODA and Shuichiro KONO, who became communication agents to save Saigo, went to see Sumiyoshi KAWAMURA, a commander of Sangun department of army, on September 19, Murata and Ikenoue provided consultation for that plan.
  797. Before Kensho-ji Temple fell down, however, the most important figure Renjun ran away to another foothold Ise-Nagashima Gansho-ji Temple, and hid himself in his son Jitsue's place (Jodo Shishu) (by the way, the third excommunication of Honpuku-ji Temple, mentioned above, was done in the course of this event).
  798. Before Kenzo and Ninken dynasty, earlier Miyakes are believed to have emerged only in and around Kinai region, provinces adjacent to Kyoto and Nara.
  799. Before Kodokan judo became popular in foreign countries, many jujutsu artists went there.
  800. Before Konyo made the trial pieces, under Tadamichi INA (1712 to 1750) of Kanto gundai (a magistrate of Kanto region), the cultivation of sweet potatoes was tried.
  801. Before Koshi, the word was used to mean 'to flatter.'
  802. Before Kukai fell into deep meditation, he asked his disciples to take charge of the temples in which he had worked as a chief priest.
  803. Before Lake Oyamada was formed, there had been mountains (古琵琶湖山脈) in the current location of Lake Biwa; the Suzuka Mountains had not yet risen, and the rivers in the southeast of the present-day Lake Biwa flowed out to Ise Bay.
  804. Before Makino, After Makino
  805. Before Meiji Period, even a child of an emperor could not announce himself as Shinno unless he received the title of Imperial Prince (Reference Prince Mochihito).
  806. Before Meiji Period; Empress Jingu who played a role as Emperor during the period when no Emperor reigned was regarded as Emperor.
  807. Before Meiwa Period, the ginza minted coins was based on weight, such as Chogin silver and mameitagin silver.
  808. Before Minamoto and Taira were used as surnames, there were various other surnames were given.
  809. Before Mitsukoshi was said to name it a 'Classic Pants' around 1963, the name had already been used in a comic short play by Giant YOSHIDA, a member of Donkey Quartet, a musical band that performed a comic skit.
  810. Before Musashi came, Kojiro had been already been instructing people in Ganryu Heiho.
  811. Before Nanzen-ji Temple was founded, the site was the location of Emperor Gosaga's detached palace Zenrin-ji-dono Palace, which was built in 1264.
  812. Before Nichiren wrote the treatise, there had been a succession of disasters, such as earthquakes, rainstorms, famines and epidemics since the Shoka era (1257 - 1258).
  813. Before Onna San no Miya, an Imperial princess, married Genji, Lady Murasaki had seen Lady Akashi as the biggest threat to her among Genji's numerous lovers.
  814. Before Rakusaiguchi Station was opened, the first train would depart from this station due to the tracks in connection with Katsura depot (Katsura Station) (the first train departs from Rakusaiguchi Station after the opening of Rakusaiguchi Station).
  815. Before Randen-Tenjingawa Station opened in March 2008, a comprehensive tourist guide board was posted at each station on the Kitano Line, and nowhere else; with the opening of Randen-Tenjingawa Station, though, a board was posted at each station on the Arashiyama Main Line as well.
  816. Before Rennyo
  817. Before Rikyu
  818. Before Rikyu, lighting of the teahouse came through 2 or 4 sliding doors at the veranda and it was "one-way lighting," but Rikyu enclosed the teahouse with a mud wall first and then made a window anywhere it was necessary. (invention of the art of "enclosure").
  819. Before Saigo's army entered the town of Kumamoto Castle, the government had issued an Imperial edict to defeat the army and mobilized troops to intercept it.
  820. Before Serving the ODAs
  821. Before Shinkansen was constructed, when demands for transportation through railway lines and roads increased corresponding to domestic restoration in the post-war era, both capacities of transporting passengers and of transporting cargo on the Tokaido main line, the most important trunk line in Japan at that time, almost reached their limits.
  822. Before Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code) was enforced, there were Kibi no Oho mikotomochi (in 679), Suo Sorei (in 685), and Iyo Soryo (in 689), and so on, but they were abolished as Taiho ryo was enforced, and only Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu office) was kept.
  823. Before Taiho-ryo (Taiho Code) (in 701), gun were called kori/hyo.
  824. Before Taika no Kaishin (Great Reformation of the Taika Era of 645) at the latest, she married Naka no Oe no Oji (Prince Naka no Oe, later Emperor Tenji), and some says it was in 644.
  825. Before Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor), he promoted cooperation with bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) as his father Hisatada did.
  826. Before Taisei Hokan, the Edo bakufu had decided to dispatch an envoy to mediate the dispute between Korea and Britain/France.
  827. Before Takayoshi adopted the surname 'Kido,' he was 'Wada' up to the age of 15 and became 'Katsura' after that age.
  828. Before Tenjinchigigoseisai, Shinkan (a letter in the Emperor's own hand) was presented.
  829. Before WWII, except for a handful of cases such as Choki MOTOBU (see above) and Kentsu YABU, the main menu of karate lessons was the practice of kata, and kumite was used only to analyze kata for quick review.
  830. Before Wado-kaichin coins, other currencies might have possibly been cast for use.
  831. Before World War II to the end of the Showa Period, he dominated the Japanese western-style painting society as a leading figure.
  832. Before World War II, Japanese men's swim clothes were generally fundoshi loincloths, mostly roku-shaku fundoshi loincloths.
  833. Before World War II, Shrine Shinto signified rituals, thought and organization in shrines that were brought under government control with the arrival of the modern age.
  834. Before World War II, a chamberlain accompanying the Emperor would carry the divine sword and jewel when the Emperor left the Imperial Palace to travel for two or more days.
  835. Before World War II, boys and girls in general used to change their underwear to fundoshi loincloth when they entered adulthood, though children had already begun wearing tight-fitting draws (suteteko pants) along with the tendency toward westernizing style of dress.
  836. Before World War II, however, young people who lived in poor farming or fishing villages vied with each other to gain a position of toji, because toji people were respected for their work, and their income was so large that people said, 'once becoming a toji, you can build a mansion.'
  837. Before World War II, it was called in Japanese Teishitsu rather than Koshitsu as currently used.
  838. Before World War II, she retired from the Takarazuka revue and became a movie actress; after the war, she was active on stage, leading a theatrical company 'Gekidan Nadeshiko' and also appeared in various TV programs.
  839. Before World War II, the Ministry of Imperial Household administered the affairs of the Imperial Court, and its authority was almost equal to the authority of the Cabinet, which administered the government.
  840. Before World War II, the collection of the Teishitsu National Museum (currently the National Museum) in Tokyo Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture and Nara Prefecture, as well as the treasures of Shoso-in in Nara Prefecture, were called 'gyobutsu.'
  841. Before World War II, the fundoshi loincloth was mostly homemade, but circumstances changed so it is no longer homemade but it is also difficult to obtain it at the shop.
  842. Before World War Ⅱ
  843. Before World War Ⅱ, although the System of Imperial Arts and Crafts Experts established in 1890 existed, there was no modern system that protected and designated intangible cultural properties.
  844. Before Yomei-gaku
  845. Before Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA
  846. Before Yoshimitsu Zekan, busshi (sculptor of Buddhist Statues), Mitumori and 光増 of Suminobo in Daigo-ji Temple, in Kyoto were granted this title.
  847. Before Zao Gongen (the principal image of the Kimpusen Zaodo, and the highest worship object of Shugendo) was enshrined at Mt. Omine, Tenkawa Daibenzaiten-sha Shrine was founded as the shrine of the chinju (local Shinto deity) of the highest peak of Mt. Misen.
  848. Before a tobacco monopoly was implemented, private tobacco shops manufactured and sold individual shredded tobacco.
  849. Before about May 1863
  850. Before adopted into Hirata family
  851. Before and after Ito's submission, opinions were proposed by Sangi but only Okuma postponed submission of his opinion.
  852. Before and after Jizo-bon, special paper lanterns used for Jizo-bon are often seen in the area where Jizo are enshrined around houses or small shrines.
  853. Before and after each performance, pre-selected students (including overseas students) explain the spiritual nature ('Japanese minds') behind traditional arts, and also how they are reflected in the present age.
  854. Before and after his leaving, not only kobu-gattai (integration of the imperial court and the shogunate) groups but also Sonno and anti-shogunate groups contacted Kashio, and as a patriot he became more widely devoted to the restoration.
  855. Before and after practicing 'Twice bowing, twice clapping and one-time bowing,' it is much better to perform Ichiyu (a one-time little bow.)
  856. Before and after the Kinmon no Hen (Conspiracy of Kinmon)
  857. Before and after the Restoration
  858. Before and after the break-up and privatization of JNR (1983 - 1994):
  859. Before and after the murder, many of the members of the Torao no kai, including Murakami and Ishizaka, were arrested, and the Roshigumi was dissolved.
  860. Before and after this battle, feudal lords such as Yoshichika SHIRAKAWA, Akimitsu ISHIKAWA and Tsunetaka IWAKI yielded to Masamune one after another, and served under him.
  861. Before and during Word War II many of those cruel stories were completely omitted from Japanese history text books.
  862. Before and during the Sengoku period (Period of Warring States in Japan), most castles were built on mountains (these were known as Yama-shiro castles); very few were built on flat land.
  863. Before and in the Edo period
  864. Before asking Kento-shi (a Japanese envoy to the Tang Dynasty China) to bring question letters addressed to law experts in Tang China, the Imperial Court showed the contents of the letters to Naganao.
  865. Before assuming the domain lord
  866. Before banning Wakashu Kabuki, the Tokugawa shogunate ordered them to play "impersonation & 'Kyogen' (Noh comedies)," and this also encouraged the development of Kabuki as a drama.
  867. Before becoming a pupil of TAKECHI, he was self-taught in swordplay, but was quite skilled.
  868. Before becoming a shogun, he was the 13th lord of the Kishu Domain, one of the Tokugawa gosanke (three privileged branches of Tokugawa family).
  869. Before becoming a vassal of Ieyasu
  870. Before becoming the shogun
  871. Before both of the lines started using Tanbabashi Station in 1945, the Keihan Line and the Nara Electric Railway Line (present Kintetsu Kyoto Line) were interconnected at this station and Momoyamagoryo-mae Station.
  872. Before bowing deeply, check your clothing to look nice and neat.
  873. Before came to the Futai-in Temple, he was the chief priest of the Kozen-ji Temple near the Okazaki-jo Castle.
  874. Before committing hara-kiri, Nobukiyo left Mujin OISHI some articles such as his outfit for the raid, which was inherited by Mujin's descendants, the Oishi family in Tsugaru, and is now enshrined in the Oishi-jinja Shrine, where people can see it.
  875. Before completing his mission of conquering Shiragi, he died in Tsukushi Province on March 25, 603.
  876. Before completion of the castle, KIBI was replaced by SAEKI no Imaemishi because KIBI was put in charge of the construction of Todai-ji Temple, and the castle was said to have completed in February or March, 768 (February, in old lunar calendar).
  877. Before confronting Nobunaga ODA, Murashige ARAKI had submitted hostages and written an oath to Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA, Terumoto MORI and Kennyo to promise alliance.
  878. Before dawn of 6th, WATANABE and other members visited villages to mobilize villagers for the uprising, and concentrated at the branch temple of Higashi Hongan-ji Temple in Sanjo with the uprising party comprised of about one thousand people.
  879. Before dawn of May 26, an attack troop with a strength of 60 led by Tomofusa SASSA and Kazumi FUKANO raided the government army in Mt. Yahazu but was pushed back by gun attacks, and the Kumamoto-tai troop was forced to retreat to Oguchi.
  880. Before dawn on August 21, Goshirakawa escaped to Mount Hiei.
  881. Before dawn on August 5, the Emperor's army made a surprise attack on Shirakawakita-dono Palace in the three separate forces: Kiyomori led approximately 300 cavalry, Yoshitomo 200 cavalry and Yoshiyasu 100 cavalry.
  882. Before dawn on September 15: Iwashimizu Festival (Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine, Yawata City)
  883. Before dawn on the following day, May 29, the Irtysh sank.
  884. Before death, he wrote a first-class historical material of the end of Edo Period called 'Kyoto Shugoshoku Shimatsu', but actually he died while he was writing the draft, so according to a established theory, his younger brother, Kenjiro YAMAKAWA, completed the writing.
  885. Before decisive battles, he holed up in Honmaru (the keep of a castle) of the Sawayama-jo Castle, which was the residential castle of Mitsunari ISHIDA.
  886. Before eating, it should be heated using a microwave oven.
  887. Before electrification, a 'Circulation Train around 4 Cities' once existed,' which circulated around Fukuchiyama City, Ayabe City, Maizuru City and Miyazu City by way of Sanin Main Line, Maizuru Line, and Kitakinki Tango Railway (KTR) Miyazu & Miyafuku Line.
  888. Before gas stoves became popular, it had not been efficient to heat up an iron plate to the temperature suitable for cocking in a home and also iron was expensive.
  889. Before getting into the main topic, a storyteller warms up with a funny little tale that is related to the performance called a makura.
  890. Before getting on board, explanations about ukai is done by usho at the boarding place.
  891. Before giving commentaries on Kojiki, Norinaga had to determine its body of text by collating a large number of copies and carefully comparing, examining, and revising differences among them.
  892. Before glass bottles or plastic liquid containers were introduced, tokkuri had been widely used to store liquids such as soy sauce or oil (Shoyu dokkuri, Abura tokkuri).
  893. Before glass or plastic containers were widely used, sake shop owners sold sake by giving out the tokkuri first, on which the name of the shop and a trademark were written, to their customers and poured sake into it.
  894. Before going in hongyo on March 1, the event called "Bekka" is conducted in advance.
  895. Before han bills were issued, private bills were issued in Ise Province and Yamato Province.
  896. Before having joined the Shinsengumi, it is said that he was a komuso (begging Zen priest of the Fuke sect [wearing a sedge hood and playing a shakuhachi bamboo flute]).
  897. Before he died, he was conferred Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  898. Before he had gone too far, Yasutoki turned back to Kamakura to consult with Yoshitoki about how to proceed if the Emperor were to lead his forces personally.
  899. Before he knew that Tamakazura was his own daughter, he envied having such a daughter, and wondered if he too might have a daughter somewhere, so he had someone look for her.
  900. Before he was admitted as a member, he was suspected to be a spy, as he was from the Satsuma Domain, but finally he was admitted thanks to the mediation of Ito.
  901. Before he was in office, merchants in Edo had bought up rice in Osaka for speculation purposes with the consent of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and unreasonably raised rice price.
  902. Before he went to France, in 1900, he married Marquis Naohiro NABESHIMA's second daughter, Itsuko.
  903. Before her bridal entry into court, she became the adopted child of Kitsushi SAIONJI (Omiyain) who was a chugu of Emperor Gosaga, and was the birth mother of Emperor Gofukakusa, Emperor Kameyama.
  904. Before him, Iwasaku (a god who splits a rock) and Nesaku (a god who splits a root) were also born from the same blood.
  905. Before his accession, Emperor Tenchi took up arms against Siila and Tang allied forces to attempt the recovery of Baekje in 663 but this war turned into a fiasco due to the loss of the Battle of Hakusukinoe.
  906. Before his death, he wrote an Address (Akiie's Kanso--Akiie's advice to the Emperor) to Godaigo to convince him of the failure of the Kenmu Restoration.
  907. Before his death, his domicile was at a Zen temple (present-day Rinsen-ji Temple in Arashiyama, Kyoto City), and he donated his territory inherited from Shokeimonin.
  908. Before his debut
  909. Before his eldest brother, Emperor Gokomyo, died in 1654, he had been adopted and became the crown prince.
  910. Before his enthronement, Emperor Jimmu was called Kanyamato Iwarehiko no Mikoto and the fourth son (or the third son) of Ugaya Fukiaezu.
  911. Before his unification of the whole country, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA had planned to issue a form of currency for general distribution that would be smaller than the oban and would have an engraving instead of ink writing.
  912. Before introducing the JR (West) Commuter Train Series 207, JNR/JR Commuter Train Series 201 and JNR/JR Commuter Train Series 205 would also enter the Kosei Line, but eventually they were replaced with the JR (West) Commuter Train Series 207 and today are not regularly used.
  913. Before it became an elevated station, no entrance was provided on the Senbon-dori Street side.
  914. Before it was remodeled, the house had been a machiya, a traditional townhouse found mainly in Kyoto that was built during the Meiji or Taisho periods.
  915. Before it's introduction to Iwata city
  916. Before it, the running water-like pattern was popular.
  917. Before its discontinuation it had apparently reached about a quarter of the total.
  918. Before joining Shinsengumi in 1865, they stayed at the Mantaro TANI dojo (a hall used for martial arts training) and visited places in Kyoto and Osaka.
  919. Before karaoke
  920. Before leaving he went to Ujina Port on May 22 (meeting his younger brother Takeji who visited him representing his concerned family), then after two days left for Taiwan along with Sukenori KABAYAMA, the first governor of Taiwan, and others.
  921. Before long Kiyomori died, and FUJIWARA no Kunitsuna died on February 23, 1181 as if following Kiyomori.
  922. Before long Miyasudokoro dies of disease.
  923. Before long Nakane was welcomed into the Shochiku Kyoto Studio in November.
  924. Before long Rinsho MITSUKURI and Michiteru MUTAGUCHI completed a draft of Civil Code (called 'Minpo Soan in 1878'), however, Takato OKI, the then Minister of Justice was dissatisfied with its content like a copied version of Code Napoleon and rejected its adoption.
  925. Before long Ukifune also comes to love Miya, while Kaoru, who knows nothing about them, begins preparations for having her move to Kyo, so Niou Miya enters into a rivalry with him, planning to take her to his residence.
  926. Before long he expanded his sphere of influence through the whole area of the Seto Inland Sea.
  927. Before long he fell ill, and died on September 30, 1327 after becoming a priest.
  928. Before long his branch of the Taira clan produced great numbers of high-ranking noblemen and courtiers, and the political power of the Taira took definite form.
  929. Before long she recovers and, without revealing her name, tells the sozu that she would like to become a priestess.
  930. Before long the Kinugasa-jo Castle was attacked by Shigetada HATAKEYAMA who participated in the enemy side and all the members of the Yoshiaki's family and the retainers fought hard.
  931. Before long the Mariya clan was attacked by the Satomi clan, and in the end they became retainers of Ujiyasu HOJO.
  932. Before long the Satomi family left the path of righteousness, became preoccupied with war, and as a result met its doom at the time of the 10th family head.
  933. Before long the draft of the Old Civil Code based on the draft which took nearly 10 years of preparation (however, articles corresponding to relatives and heirs in the present Civil Code were written by Japanese) was prepared and enacted and was made public in twice in 1890.
  934. Before long the fisherman returned home to find that his neighborhood was completely changed, and he lived there for many years, equivalent to about thirty-three generations.
  935. Before long they became involved in civil trials, and once they were assigned to provinces along with the tsuibushi (envoys to pursue and capture), they even participated in the rendering and collection of taxes.
  936. Before long when Shigenari arrives, Katsumoto opens his heart and regrets that he had been devoted to the Toyotomi family to the very end in vain and that the war with the Tokugawa family became inevitable.
  937. Before long, "Saruwaka mai" (saruwaka dance) gained a popularity in the city of Edo, and in 1633, Kanzaburo sang "Kiyari ondo" (lumber carrier's chants) at the fore of the pleasure boat for the government, "Atake maru" while its cruise, and he was bestowed "Jinbaori" (sleeveless campaign jacket worn over armor) from the Shogun family.
  938. Before long, KO no Moroyasu and Takatsune SHIBA surrounded Kanegasaki-jo Castle.
  939. Before long, Kanemichi died.
  940. Before long, Kanpei is cleared of suspicion and it becomes apparent that he has taken his father-in-law's revenge without realizing it.
  941. Before long, Kiyomori's affection changed to Hotoke-gozen, and Gio, her mother Toji and sister Gijo became nuns at the Sagaojo-in Temple (present-day Gio-ji Temple).
  942. Before long, Korehira was called back to the Imperial Court and recommended to the position of Governor of Ise Province by Udaijin (Minister of the Right) FUJIWARA no Akimitsu at the Jimoku (a ceremony for appointing officials) on March 6, 1006.
  943. Before long, Moriya returned and reported that he had killed MIWA no Sakau by the sword.
  944. Before long, Naosuke became Tairo (chief minister) and it is said that they broke up after moving to Edo.
  945. Before long, Norimitsu ISSHIKI, a Shugo (provincial constable) of Tango Province and a close aide to the Ashikaga clan, obtained this castle to make it his base.
  946. Before long, Raigoin Temple and Shorinin Temple were known as the dojos of Ohara School Gyozan Shomyo.
  947. Before long, Shinzei and Nobuyori were at loggerheads.
  948. Before long, Sukemasa, a kyoyu (brutal fierce person), supported by the Asakura clan in Echizen Province beat the Asami clan, leaders of the kokujin rising, and emerged as the primary power in Kohoku.
  949. Before long, Tadatsune SHIMAZU came to hear about Togo's reputation and, in 1640, Togo won the competition against the grand master of the Taisha School of swordsmanship performed before Tadatsune whereby becoming the grand master of the art of warfare for the Shimazu family.
  950. Before long, Tamakazura gave birth to a son, and after that she did not serve at the Imperial palace, staying at home as Higekuro's wife.
  951. Before long, Tetsuzan and his followers were destroyed by Odera's vassals such as Motonobu KINUGASA, and Himeji-jo Castle was safely returned to Norimoto.
  952. Before long, YAMADA and his fellows got Gisho boxed in at Kushima Eitoku-ji temple.
  953. Before long, Yoshiaki was cast out and the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) fell.
  954. Before long, Yoshiaki's forces were completely destroyed by the counterattack from the Hojo clan's forces, and Yoshiaki himself was killed in the battle.
  955. Before long, Yoshikata set up a residence in Okura, Hiki County, Musashi Province (the present Ranzan-machi, Hiki-gun, Saitama Prefecture) extending his power over the neighboring provinces.
  956. Before long, Yoshinaka lost confidence and popularity and confronted Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa and, in February 1184, Yoshinaka was overthrown by MINAMOTO no Noriyori and MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune sent by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo in Kamakura.
  957. Before long, Yugiri came to feel affection towards Onna Ninomiya, who was quiet and graceful.
  958. Before long, after Nobunaga was killed by Mitsuhide AKECHI at the Honnoji Incident, he further expanded his territory through the ensuing confusion.
  959. Before long, after the great fire of Angen in 1177, Daigaku-ryo was closed.
  960. Before long, around the late Meiji period, the academic study of text was being conducted in earnest.
  961. Before long, as it flew away, it returned to its former state, a fiery apparition, from the shape of bird.
  962. Before long, both sides became to have the common enemy named Nobunaga ODA.
  963. Before long, due to the death of Nagayoshi, the Miyoshi clan shifted their system to the leaderships by Miyoshi Sanninshu (Miyoshi Triumvirate), but they started to suffer through the correspondence to the 13th Shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA who proposed exclusion of the Miyoshi clan from bakufu.
  964. Before long, each opposing parties of the Seiyukai started to gather in the Rikken Doshikai (Association of Believers of Constitutional Government) transcending the framework, while some also joined the Kenseikai, and the words, the 'Rito' and the 'Minto' were a thing of the past.
  965. Before long, her aunt's husband became Senior Assistant Governor-General of Kyushu, and her aunt took the wet nurse whom Suetsumuhana depended on with her as housekeeper.
  966. Before long, her whirling motion increases in intensity until she is thrown into a trance to embrace the ingression of gods ("hyoi" in Japanese, meaning "spirit possession").
  967. Before long, his descendants were divided into the Togane lineage and the Toke lineage, and prosperous with governing the northern Kazusa Province until they were destroyed by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  968. Before long, however, Kageyushi was recreated in 824 because the number of disputes associated with the change of kokushi was on the increase.
  969. Before long, however, a group called Shume emerged in Togoku (Kanto region) that engaged in transportation as a business, engaging in the safe transfer of such loads.
  970. Before long, however, oryoshi's job gradually changed to be that of a battle director who commanded soldiers.
  971. Before long, however, the use of Dachin uma-kasegi declined with the construction of railways.
  972. Before long, in 1307, when he was eighteen years old, he traveled by sea to Yuan.
  973. Before long, in 1798, Mansaku OKAMOTO and Karaku SANSHOTEI (the first) each opened two storytellers' halls in Edo, and thereafter the number of venues increased rapidly.
  974. Before long, in the 18 century domestic industries by wholesale and subcontract systems began to appear in rural area all over the country.
  975. Before long, it started to be adopted as a text book for jurisprudence in newly established schools where Western studies (Western and American knowledge) was taught (田 2001).
  976. Before long, one day in April 1122, the last Kangakue on record was held in Rokuharamitsu-ji Temple, and no records of Kangakue have been found since then.
  977. Before long, people found out the truth, and Omi no Kimi was ridiculed more than ever because she envied Tamakazura, who was beloved by all.
  978. Before long, she had depression, and she went to Hakone for some rest and recuperation, following on recommendation.
  979. Before long, she was selected by then budding film director, Hiroshi SHIMIZU, for the lead role in "Mura no Bokujo" (literally, "a ranch in a village").
  980. Before long, she was wanted to be a concubine of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA as an adopted daughter of her mother's younger brother, Kiyokazu SAIGO, and gave birth to Hidetada TOKUGAWA, the second shogunate, and Tadayoshi MATSUDAIRA.
  981. Before long, shogunate was unified into the 12th Shogun Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, but Takakuni HOSOKAWA and Harumoto HOSOKAWA still continued fighting over Kanrei shoku.
  982. Before long, ten new makers could be enumerated in Tokyo in 1913.
  983. Before long, the Jisho-Juei War broke out and Michimori fought in one place after another; however, the Heike clan suffered a crushing loss to MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, and in 1183, they were finally forced out from Kyo (the capital, namely Kyoto.)
  984. Before long, the Kanno Incident occurred due to an internal conflict with the Ashikaga clan and Takauji ASHIKAGA surrendered to the Southern Court and reconciliation of Shohei unity was achieved in 1351.
  985. Before long, the Kyotoku no Ran War (the turmoil of the Kyotoku War) takes place in the Kanto region, and the peace is disturbed.
  986. Before long, the Osaki clan ended up being pressured by the expanding Date clan and declined.
  987. Before long, the armies of the Western Camp collapsed one by one, triggered by the betrayal of Hideaki.
  988. Before long, the government army made other troops advance, and in order to attack the center flank of the Satsuma army, made them close in on the Kumamoto-tai troop.
  989. Before long, the increase of the production of Nada sake caused a shortage of personnel in the Nada district, and they recruited workers who were willing to work in Nada from Harima Province and Tanba Province in order to fill up such vacancies.
  990. Before long, the local newspaper (the Chugoku Shimbun) and TV news began to use bon toro as a seasonal news item every August, with a caption such as, 'Production of bon toro at peak,' and it became easy for the residents in Hiroshima to buy bon toro at a local supermarket or a flower shop.
  991. Before long, the position of Myogyodo lecturer became conventionally inherited by the Nakahara and Kiyohara clans and Myogyodo itself became the study of Kunkogaku (annotation and interpretation of classical books) as well.
  992. Before long, the rainy season arrived, and Genji spent time giving critiques of the tales that Tamakazura was absorbed in, and bothering her with his unending wooing.
  993. Before long, the rescue force of 7000 people, led by RYU Jin Ki from the Tang Dynasty, arrived.
  994. Before long, the retired person realized that the payment to a cake shop was not negligible and started to produce cakes by himself.
  995. Before long, the thought became the central pillar of Sonno Joi (slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) as well as Mitogaku (the scholarship and academic traditions that arose in the Mito Domain), and also became motivating power of the transition period in Meiji Restoration, after overthrowing the Shogunate.
  996. Before long, they became the so-called "Sarugaku," and formed the prototype of what is generally known nowadays as Noh.
  997. Before long, this kind of nenbutsu was to consider Shakyamuni as a master, and by turning their entrance to nirvana (death) as an occasion, one image was spread, and nenbutsu for the Buddha through religious principles began to be preached.
  998. Before long, those who are not so enthusiastic stop visiting.
  999. Before long, when Hideyoshi was ordered by Nobunaga to conquer the Chugoku Province, Hidehisa took part in the war and provided distinguished service.
  1000. Before long, when the Kanno Disturbance, which had grown from the internal conflict in the Ashikaga family, happened, Takatsune took sides with Naoyoshi ASHIKAGA at first and became a powerful military commander, but later he took the side of Takauji ASHIKAGA.

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