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  1. Before long, zabuton (traditional Japanese cushions used when sitting on the floor) and tabako-bon (tobacco trays, or wooden boxes containing water) were placed in each masuseki.
  2. Before looking into goryo shinko itself, we should know more about what people from ancient times, the middle ages, and the present thought about the spirit.
  3. Before machine-made noodles became popular, somen having a round cross section due to making the dough thinner through the hand-stretching process could be distinguished from cold noodles having a square cross section due to its process of drawing out the dough and shredding it.
  4. Before making Kotoura escape to the teahouse, another kyokaku Tokube ISSUN who was a henchman for Sagaemon appeared and a fight began.
  5. Before marrying Masako, Yoritomo had been in love with Sukechika's daughter, Yaehime, with whom he had a son.
  6. Before measuring the age from tree rings, the age criterion was determined by the unearthed Furu 0-type earthen vessels based on the chronology of earthen vessels.
  7. Before meeting the 15th Kannon-zo, there is an open space which was described as 'Hanaori-jaya Teahouse' in "Meguri," however today there remains only Rokuji-no-myogo Kuyoto (a stone monument engraved a prayer to Buddha).
  8. Before meeting the shogun in Edo-jo Castle, Kotaiyoriai enjoyed the same treatment as daimyo feudal lords and were designated shikoseki (anteroom seats) in a room called "Teikan no ma" with paintings of famous Chinese emperors, or in a room meant for middle-rank warriors with paintings of willows called "Yanagi no ma,"
  9. Before modern times, in a battle field, an enemy general was beheaded with a Japanese sword after being pushed down, which was called Kumiuchi.
  10. Before modern times, original Taka-gari cultures flowered all over Eurasia and North Africa from Japan in the east to Ireland and Morocco in the west, and Mongolia and Scandinavia in the north and India in the south.
  11. Before modern times, the position was generally hereditary, and this trend continues today.
  12. Before modern times, what we call scientific reproducibility had always been a big problem for sake brewing.
  13. Before moving to the United States, he held a farewell exhibition at Shinjuku Mitsukoshi Department Store and other locations, and then left for the mainland of the U. S. via Honolulu.
  14. Before on the cookery program, Chizuru AZUMA from Innoshima City, adding konjac (alimentary yam paste) in okonomiyaki, said 'in Hiroshima it is added,' but only in this area.
  15. Before or after this change, Keihan City Bus began operating Route 21B, between Keihan Yodo Station and Shimotsuya-guchi.
  16. Before praying, the children describe one letter they cherish on hanshi (standard-size Japanese writing paper) using a mohitsu (writing, painting) brush.
  17. Before reaching the destination, Hisatake KATSURA was shot dead, followed by many others shot dead one after another.
  18. Before reaching the offering hall, visitors are required to go through a purification ritual to make their bodies and spirits fresh.
  19. Before recorded history
  20. Before self-restraints became popular, there were many scenes in fiction such as cartoons and films about mafia and conflicts between juvenile delinquents where the term "hyakusho" is used to refer to someone whom he or she is fighting with.
  21. Before serving Hideyoshi
  22. Before she was born, her father, Emperor Ninken escaped and hid himself because her paternal grandfather, Prince Ichinobe no Oshihano, was murdered by Emperor Yuryaku, who was her maternal grandfather.
  23. Before shredding them, you can peel them.
  24. Before splitting
  25. Before steaming the glutinous rice, wash the rice and put it in a strainer to let the water drain off.
  26. Before studying on government scholarship in England, he at first pleaded to Toshimichi OKUBO to allow him to study abroad, but Okubo denied him accusing him of being too much of a "chatterbox."
  27. Before sugar came to Japan, mizuame was used as a major sweetener, but it is still used as a sweetener in making Japanese confectionery.
  28. Before taking office, he inspected Kamikawa wildland together with his predecessor, Michitoshi IWAMURA.
  29. Before tampons and napkins became commonly used, women had used Etchu fundoshi and mokko fundoshi loincloths as sanitary towels called "ouma" for a long period in the history.
  30. Before tasting this dish, hot tea or hot soup stock, whichever is preferred, is poured over the rice.
  31. Before that it was Kamigamo Village, Atago County.
  32. Before that only five coins were discovered.
  33. Before that time, there also was a caste system in Japan such as Nuhi system in Yamatai-Koku kingdom and Goshiki no sen (Ryoko, Kanko, Kenin, Kunuhi, Shinuhi) in the Nara period, and was a way of exhibiting disdain (a way of looking down.)
  34. Before that time, there have been, as listed below, the alumni association in each faculty, graduate school, or department.
  35. Before that year, Suzuki was already appointed as the third general director in 1904.
  36. Before that, 'Hyuga meshi' in which aji (Japanese horse mackerel) is used was popular, besides sea bream.
  37. Before that, Magoichi received an informal consent from Nobunaga and attacked the residence of the Dobashi clan at Awamura (Wakayama City at present), helped by Nobuharu ODA and his followers Izumi shu and Negoro shu.
  38. Before that, Niimi was also forced to commit seppuku and the Mitoha goup was destroyed.
  39. Before that, Shinnyoen Buddhist and his name had been known to only a part of the religious world.
  40. Before that, a multi-storied building was generally called a rokaku or a koro (tall building).
  41. Before that, an era name had often been changed to radically change public sentiment.
  42. Before that, both in China and Japan, people wore clothes Hidarimae.
  43. Before that, even though the ban had been lifted, if they acted openly they could be considered as ones with traitorous intention against the Edo bakufu and immediately subjected to penalties.
  44. Before that, he was known as Sakon SHINMI.
  45. Before that, it operated a free route which tied-in with Higashiyama hanakoro 2008.
  46. Before that, shoen were simply agricultural lands scattered in koryo, of which the tax collection rights were exclusively possessed by the high-ranked aristocracy, main temples and shrines.
  47. Before that, specific families succeeded the tanbomori by word of mouth for some generations.
  48. Before that, the Meiji government did not resolve the incident of suicide of Ryukyu sailors whose ship had been wrecked and cast up on the coast of southern Taiwan in 1871, and several years had passed.
  49. Before that, the conquest of Taiwan has been decided in a Cabinet meeting in February.
  50. Before that, they were called Suberagi, Sumeragi, Sumerogi, Sumeramikoto, Sumemimanomikoto, and so on.
  51. Before the 'Major improvement work for Shirakawa and Tsuboigawa,' Shira-kawa River (Kumamoto Prefecture) and Tsuboi-gawa River (Kumamoto Prefecture) used to merge at the area around the current City Hall of Kumamoto City; however, Kiyomasa changed the course of the rivers to the current one by building stone embankments.
  52. Before the 'Miyakoji rapid train' came into operation in March 2001, the rapid train had stopped at Kyoto, Uji, Joyo (except at the beginning), Kizu and Nara stations, employing the JNR/JR Suburban Train Series 117 for its cars; since then, however, this series has not been used on the Nara Line.
  53. Before the 'Uta' part, there are parts called 'Ichiriki' and 'Niriki' which can be played unconsciously.
  54. Before the 7th anniversary of Masamune's death, a wooden statue of him was created by the order of Aihime and it is a valuable historical material to tell his looks.
  55. Before the 8th company of the Kanjo-tai troop participated in the battle, the fort in Ono was seized by the government army.
  56. Before the Asuka Imperial Palace (Asuka period), there was no capital corresponding to a capital zone.
  57. Before the Battle of Dannoura, he also spent one month to dominate the maritime control by gaining over the support of local naval forces and to prepare military equipment.
  58. Before the Battle of Sekigahara
  59. Before the Battle of Sekigahara, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA proposed marriage between Yukinaga's legitimate son and a grand daughter of Ieyasu's legitimate son Nobuyasu MATSUDAIRA and it implies that Ieyasu wanted the strong navy and war potential owned by Yukinaga.
  60. Before the Battle of Sekigahara, Terutsune guarded the Hosokawa residence to keep Tadaoki's wife, Gracia HOSOKAWA, safe.
  61. Before the Edict of Separation of Shinto and Buddhism in 1868 in the Meiji period, the standing statue of eleven-faced Kannon Bosatsu was transferred from Daigorin-ji Temple, which was a jingu-ji temple (a temple associated with a shrine) of Omiwa-jinja shrine, to Shorin-ji-Temple.
  62. Before the Edo Period
  63. Before the Edo period
  64. Before the Edo period began, the Matsudaira clan and the relatives of Ieyasu were often hired as the captain of oban.
  65. Before the Edo period, however, kamidana had been dedicated also to such ancestors' spirits as had passed away more than the 32nd anniversary of one's death.
  66. Before the Edo period, it was a kind of kemyo (assumed name).
  67. Before the Edo period, people used to drink powdered green tea which is made from freshly ground tea powder taken directly from chausu (a set of millstones for tea leaves.)
  68. Before the Edo period, performers of Sarugaku had to be affiliated to one of the theatres and because of this, unlike the protagonists (shite) today, they could not choose freely among the three key roles from their favorite sect.
  69. Before the Edo period, refined silver coins and hallmarked silver coins were circulated with the hallmarks of wealthy coiners and money-exchange businessmen.
  70. Before the Edo period, the term "Sarugaku" (form of theatre popular in Japan during the 11th to 14th centuries) was used, which corresponds to the term "Nohgaku" used today.
  71. Before the Edo period, there was no law that determined the order in line to succession to the Imperial throne such as Imperial House Act, and Chokun, or the Crown Prince, was customarily chosen from among plural candidates, intervened by the will of the Emperor and by the court and bakufu (shogunate).
  72. Before the Edo period,in order to organize sonae (back-up army), this term was also used for indicating a middle-class samurai, such as a head of ashigaru (foot soldiers) having themsleves under the control of an influential samurai.
  73. Before the Establishment of National Foundation Day
  74. Before the Establishment of the Yakata-go Titling System
  75. Before the Happy Monday System was introduced many people had difficulty participating in the one-day ceremony in their hometown due to the traffic.
  76. Before the Heian period
  77. Before the Heian period, Daijodaijin was not a standing position, as Sokketsu no Kan, but during the Heian period, it was established as a standing position.
  78. Before the Heian period, Japanese cuisine, although using fish and birds as ingredients, did not have much taste and required after-cooking seasoning to eat and in this sense, it was undeveloped cuisine.
  79. Before the Heian period, the term 'shiro' (castle) meant 'saku' (a barrier) or 'toride' (a fort), but not a residence.
  80. Before the Hokkaido Development Commission was established, Hakodate-fu (Hakodate Prefecture) undertook all the administrative matters of Hokkaido.
  81. Before the Hongan-ji sect became divided into East and West, the letters had been called 'Ofumi'.
  82. Before the Italian-cuisine boom during the economic bubble, meat sauce (Bolognese sauce) and Naporitan were the two major spaghetti dishes in Japan.
  83. Before the JR schedule revision of March 16, 1996, Limited Express 'Tanba (train)' nos. 1 and 2 (these trains run to Nishi-Maizuru Station as local trains), No. 5 (this train runs as a local train from Nishi-Maizuru Station), nos. 8, and 9 would stop at Iwatakiguchi Station.
  84. Before the Japanese modern history, the term was most commonly used among many synonyms.
  85. Before the Japanese-Russo War, Naito presented an argument for the war and in 1907, he was invited by Kyoto Imperial University (present day, Kyoto University) to be a lecturer at the Department of East Asian History (the course of East Asian History).
  86. Before the Jinshin Rebellion
  87. Before the Jokyu War, he went down to Kamakura, switching places with his father, who was Mandokoro betto (Director of the Administrative Board) of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  88. Before the Jomon period, Ishiyama Shell-Mound was made on the west bank of the Seta-gawa River.
  89. Before the Kamakura period
  90. Before the Kamakura period, many shoens (manors in medieval Japan) were developed in Sanda centering around the monzen-machi (a temple town) of Konshin-ji Temple and Miwa-jinja Shrine.
  91. Before the Kansei-reki (Kansei calendar) was introduced, ' Heikiho' (a way of expressing 24 divisions of the old calendar) was used and was calculated by dividing one year equally (divided by time), into 24 divisions of the old calendar.
  92. Before the Kokufu was elevated as a governmental facility, the Gunga was the central administration of a territorial area.
  93. Before the Kosei Line was opened, there was a plan to have freight transportation service between Katata Station and Omi-Imazu Station, but ultimately the plan was abandoned.
  94. Before the Meiji Period
  95. Before the Meiji Restoration
  96. Before the Meiji Restoration, Tenno had more than one spouse other than Kogo, because a concubine was generally accepted.
  97. Before the Meiji Restoration, it is said that Ryuhon-ji Temple possessed temple lands of about 33 square kilometers and 20 sub-temples; today, only four sub-temples remain: Shogyoin, Kyohoin, Kogenin, and Dairinin.
  98. Before the Meiji era, the term "kazoku華族" indicated "Seigake清華家" (族 and 家 mean 'family', 清 means 'pure', and 華 means 'flower') which was the second noblest family status next to Sekke (family status of the families of regents and top Imperial advisers) among kuge (noble families).
  99. Before the Meiji period
  100. Before the Meiji period it was called taso, koso, and so on.
  101. Before the Meiji period when sake brewing became modernized, yamaoroshi was extremely hard work: rice milling was conducted powered by a water wheel; then, steamed rice and water were put into a flat large tub and were patiently rammed with a mash paddle.
  102. Before the Meiji period, even a child of Emperor was not entitled to use the title of Imperial Prince unless he was given the title of Imperial Prince (Reference : Mochihito-o).
  103. Before the Meiji period, it was called 'Tsukiyomi-jinja Shrine,' and the nickname of 'Tsukiyomi-san' is still popular today.
  104. Before the Meiji period, it was under command of Shogo-in Shrine in Kyoto, also called Tamaki-Sansho-Gongen, and it prospered as a place for Shugendo doctrine with 7 monk's residences called bo and 15 temples in the mountain.
  105. Before the Meiji period, names such as 'Higashiyama dono gyomotsu' (東山殿御物), 'Higashiyama dono no gyomotsu' (東山殿之御物), and 'Higashiyama dono goshoji' (東山殿御所持) were used, and the four-character name 'Higashiyama gyomotsu' (東山御物) came into being during the early Meiji period.
  106. Before the Meiji period, new nobility meant this family.
  107. Before the Meiji period, public bathhouses were generally called 'sento' or 'yuya' in Edo and were called 'furoya' in Kamigata (the area of Kyoto and Osaka).
  108. Before the Meiji period, the Bon festival dance related to other customs, such as utagaki (a religious event of ancient times, at which people exchanged forms of poetic verses such as waka, a form of Japanese poem consisting of 32 syllables).
  109. Before the Meiji period, there was an order of precedence called 'Kyuchu Zaji' which was used among the society of court nobles.
  110. Before the Meiji period, there was the 'Traditional Kyuchu Zaji: Traditional Order of Precedence at the Imperial Court' organized by the Kugyo (the top court officials).
  111. Before the Meiji period, there were Rikyu built as a villa for a retired emperor and cloistered emperor for after their retirement, which were called 'Goin,' and there were exclusive officials to look after these places.
  112. Before the Middle Ages, potters were nothing but nameless artisans, however, he placed a seal of his name 'Ninsei' to his works to announce that they were his own works.
  113. Before the Nara period, however, when people referred to 'flowers', they almost always meant Japanese plum.
  114. Before the Randen-Tenjingawa Station began service in March 2008, comprehensive tourist guide boards were posted only at each station on the Kitano Line.
  115. Before the Rikken Kaishinto (Constitutional Reform Party) merged with several smaller nationalist parties to form the Shinpoto (Progressive Party [in the Meiji period]) (on March 1, 1896), the Rikken Kakushinto dissolved and then most of its lawmakers joined the Shimpoto.
  116. Before the Riot
  117. Before the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code)
  118. Before the Ritsuryo system, there was no such institution and it is considered to have imitated the Court of the Imperial Clan (Zongzheng Si) in the Ritsuryo system during the Tang Dynasty.
  119. Before the Russo-Japanese War, Europe was alligned into three major blocs of England, Russia/France, and Germany/Austria/Italy, underlined by an Entente Cordiale concluded between England and France.
  120. Before the Russo-Japanese War, the Imperial Japanese Navy assumed that the landing point of the Russian Navy would be Wakasa Bay, so they established a naval base in Maizuru and gun batteries along the coast from Maizuru to Takahama-cho.
  121. Before the Second World War, the typical pair was Uzaemon ICHIMURA (the fifteenth) and Baiko ONOE (the sixth).
  122. Before the Sengoku Period, except for the troops based on the Ritsuryo system (ancient Japan), no troop organization existed that resembled sonae.
  123. Before the Sengoku period (period of warring states)
  124. Before the Service to the Hojo Clan
  125. Before the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code), it was a government office called Zenshiki, but when Taiho Ritsuryo was formulated it was divided into Naizenshi (Imperial Table Office) which served Emperor's food and Daizenshiki which served hospitable foods.
  126. Before the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code), it was a government office called Zenshiki, but when the Taiho Ritsuryo was formulated it was divided into Daizenshiki which cooked and served foods in a feast and Naizenshi which cooked, served and delivered foods for the Emperor's daily diet.
  127. Before the Taika Reforms, Shinabe refers to bemin (members of Be) under the direct control of the Imperial Court (shokugyobe [professional Be], nashiro [bemin privately owned by the Imperial Family])
  128. Before the Taika era, the emperors and Gozoku (local ruling family) privately owned and ruled lands and people respectively.
  129. Before the Tenpo era, they were commonly a witty verse consisting of five, seven, and seven lines, but after the Tenpo Reforms their contents were often depraved.
  130. Before the Tensho era, however, Chinese potters and their successors, who had techniques such as sansai (a three-color glazed pottery technique) and the Cochin ware technique, had already started manufacturing pottery during the middle of the 16th century.
  131. Before the Tozai Line commenced operations, not many passengers got off trains at this station; consequently, the area around it wasn't well developed as a business district.
  132. Before the Tozai Line of Kyoto Municipal Subway came into use, the Keihan Electric Railway operated sub-express trains (between Sanjo and Hamaotsu) and local trains (between Sanjo and Shinomiya), and this station served as the terminal for local trains.
  133. Before the University's foundation, there had been a suburban residence in Kyoto belonging to Owari-han Clan.
  134. Before the War
  135. Before the War Kamigata rakugo did not appeal to the audience in Tokyo because of its different dialects and style.
  136. Before the War, he successively filled the posts of professor at the former Third High School (Daisan Koto Gakko) and associate professor at Kyoto Imperial University.
  137. Before the World War II
  138. Before the World War II, Gaichi was used as an idiom and the scope of the term varied depending on the cases.
  139. Before the World War II, Kiyomaro was considered as one of the Emperor's faithful servants comparable to Masashige KUSUNOKI, and his image was printed on a bill ('ro' ten yen bill).
  140. Before the World War II, iroeri (colored haneri) or shishueri (haneri with embroidery) were popular as women's haneri; however, shiroeri (white haneri) became popular after the Regulation of the Production and Sale of Luxury Items issued in 1940.
  141. Before the World War II, it was a simple matter to change one's family name or adopt a child, and there were no problems involved in the process, but after the World War II, the civil law was revised and the permission of a family court became necessary in order to change one's family name.
  142. Before the World War II, the three Seizan schools of Fukakusa (Seigan-ji Temple), Zenrin-ji (Zenrin-ji Temple (Kyoto City), commonly known as Eikan-do) and Komyo-ji (Komyo-ji Temple (Kamakura City)) of the Pure Land Sect were all administered as a single body.
  143. Before the World Wars, legislation - which included the recognition of women's suffrage, allowing labor unions to set-ups and expanding the Imperial University - was taken to the Diet and passed by the House of Representatives but never passed by Kizokuin.
  144. Before the act, preparations are made and the individual bathes to cleanse himself.
  145. Before the advent of cement, it was originally used to solidify the ground.
  146. Before the age of 40
  147. Before the age of the smoke seasoning method
  148. Before the amendments, the banks must always keep the amount of convertible coins comparable to the sum of the notes they issued, so the amendments, which abolished this restriction, made a great influence to the monetary system.
  149. Before the appearance of soy sauce-made Kaeshi, soup broth called "Taremiso" was used to eat Udon noodles in the Muromachi period when people had already been eating Udon noodles.
  150. Before the appearance of the aforementioned rapid trains that ran through the two stations, this category of train was operated as a 'rapid train.'
  151. Before the arrival of Togashi, there were no "cakes" in the current sense of the meaning in Japan, and the word for cakes was written as "果子," which meant fruit.
  152. Before the attack of Kishu by the Kamigata army, Kokujin-shu of Kinan showed various responses.
  153. Before the battle
  154. Before the battle began, Michimori called his wife on a fleet of boats offshore to his base and said to her that "I feel like I might die in the battle tomorrow."
  155. Before the battle, Hideyori had a shoryo of 2.2 million goku (approx. 330,000 tons), but he was robbed of the shoryo that was entrusted to the daimyo, and his shoryo decreased to amounts from Settsu, Kawachi and Izumi Provinces, 650 thousand koku (approx. 97,500 tons) in total.
  156. Before the battle, the 3000 soldiers of the Kyogoku Army burned away the castle town for 12 hours until the town changed into a barren field.
  157. Before the beach opens each year, people of the nearby community volunteer to come out to clean the beach, where, at the side of pine trees, bloom a variety of flowers such as rugosa roses (local people call them 'hamanashi'), 'sasa-yuri' (Japanese lilies) and 'oni-yuri' (tiger lilies).
  158. Before the birth of ebi-imo
  159. Before the bulk of his force were decimated, Yoshihisa, deciding that discretion was the better part of valor, proposed a cessation of hostilities to Hidenaga, offering in exchange for the hostage Tadamune IJUIN.
  160. Before the capital Hansong was occupied, the King of Korea had given up the capital and run away.
  161. Before the castle belonged to the Kato clan, the bakufu was taking care of it as their Shukukan with a Joban staying there.
  162. Before the company adapts a game (produced by Key) into an animation, all of the staff to be engaged in its production play the original game, although they are not forced to do so.
  163. Before the conclusion of the alliance, Hirobumi ITO had conducted negotiations on the Russo-Japanese entente, but it resulted in failure.
  164. Before the consumption tax was introduced, the coins were sparsely used in supermarkets etc., however, after the tax was introduced, the supply significantly increased as well as that of five-yen coins, so they began to be minted in high volume especially during the Heisei period.
  165. Before the conversion from the lunar calendar to the solar calendar in the Meiji period, the ritual was held on February 4 (by the lunar calendar).
  166. Before the dawn of August 21, 1437, Gisho secretly escaped from Daikaku-ji temple and disappeared.
  167. Before the dawn, possessed people throw the world into confusion without control, but it is just a play for a little while.' (chapter 18 of volume constellation)
  168. Before the death of Sanetomo, the real mother Masako HOJO asked the imperial court whether she could invite a prince of Emperor Gotoba to Kamakura as a successor of shogun.
  169. Before the decisive battle, Masatsura leading the members of his clan including his younger brother, Masatoki and Katahide NIGITA (Kenshu WADA), visited the Yoshino no Angu (temporary lodging built to accommodate an Imperial visit of Yoshino), and was given the command by Emperor Gomurakami.
  170. Before the development of a monetary economy, people built houses with the help of their neighbors, so even today building houses is referred to as fushin, or more specifically 'ya fushin' (construction of houses).
  171. Before the development of transport systems, Noborigama was constructed near to where the ware would be sold or in places abundant in the raw materials of clay, fuel and water.
  172. Before the early medieval period (from the Heian to Kamakura periods), the general public (peasants etc.) were regulated only by the laws established by rulers, such as the Ritsuryo codes, court noble law, honjo (proprietor or guarantor of manor) law, and samurai law.
  173. Before the early modern period when fire was used as a major means of lighting, the Irori fireplace was a safe means that could light up a room.
  174. Before the early-modern period
  175. Before the emergence of the simplified printer, it was a common technique, and postcard-size woodblocks for printing were available.
  176. Before the end of Heian period, however, some persons concurrently assumed the positions of Daiben (Major Controller) and Kurodo no to.
  177. Before the end of the next July, his second eldest brother Jiro, his third eldest brother Shingo and his fourth eldest brother Koheibei received the punishment of Enryo (the punishment of being put on one's best behavior), and the Chigyo fief and property of the Saigo family was confiscated, and this forced them into a very serious situation.
  178. Before the enemy Yoritomo, Shizukagozen put a separation from Yoshitsune into this poem.
  179. Before the era of Emperor Shotoku:
  180. Before the establishment of Meirokusha, Hisoka MAEJIMA showed his opinion about this for the first time, and he proposed to abolish kanji (Chinese characters) and write hiragara (Japanese syllabary characters) with putting space between characters like English.
  181. Before the establishment of the Fuken-kai rules, though there were examples in which some prefectural governors callied for advisory meetings (local assemblies), the local assembly did not exist as a legal system.
  182. Before the establishment of the Japanese army
  183. Before the event, Yataro IWASAKI, the founder of the Mitsubishi Co., applied for permission to sell the ship owned by the Hokkaido Development Agency but his request was rejected.
  184. Before the existence of a unified authority, regions were separated into small, village-sized groups where conflicts occurred repeatedly.
  185. Before the field practice forest was established, there were no roads that could be called roads in the area.
  186. Before the fire, there was a year-round exhibition of some remains of Hoko-ji and the Great Buddha.
  187. Before the firing of the pottery, jomon was engraved by pushing a tool - a stick with a twisted thread, and there were varieties of twisting - against the pottery's surface and by rolling the tool on it, and various patterns appeared depending on how the thread was twisted.
  188. Before the fixed form of Waka was established, it had been called Jodai Kayo.
  189. Before the foundation of this sect, the temple belonged to the Tendaijimon Sect.
  190. Before the founding
  191. Before the ginza was set up, the area had a high concentration of cloth-dyeing shops, which moved to replacement land granted near Nishinotoin-dori and Takoyakushi-dori streets.
  192. Before the high-growth period, roads in Japan were bad, but the improvement and construction of roads have been actively implemented since 1960's, achieving highly maintained roads throughout Japan.
  193. Before the historical review, we will discuss how the Boxer Rebellion was viewed at that time.
  194. Before the implementation of the educational reform, there was a movement to search for a way for the former higher schools to continue their existence as 'junior colleges' (equivalent to junior colleges after the reform), but it ended as a dream.
  195. Before the inauguration of bus services
  196. Before the introduction into Tanegashima Island
  197. Before the introduction of Kichiya musubi, women's obi were standardized article with a length of rokushaku gosun (about 1.98m), and there was only one way to tying.
  198. Before the introduction of rice cookers, rice was transferred to and kept in a rice container called meshibitsu after the rice was cooked.
  199. Before the introduction of the Danka system, the funerals of the common people were generally held by each village, however, after the introduction those by Buddhist priests became common.
  200. Before the introduction of the Series 9000, general trains were sometimes also used as auxiliaries for the limited express.
  201. Before the introduction, they had a vague idea about the next world, based on the idea of the land of the dead described in "Kojiki" (the Records of Ancient Matters).
  202. Before the invasion by the Mongols, the king of Goryeo was a puppet ruler, with warrior vassals controlling the government, but the king regained power by obtaining support from the Mongol army.
  203. Before the karita act became subject to kendan-sata, it looks to have been recognized as one of self-defense remedial practices which were widely accepted in society at that time.
  204. Before the latter half of 1990s when the public works budget had continued to increase even though being called a public policy focusing on the construction of public buildings, the number of facilities fully available to hold the Seijin-shiki ceremony increased also in the urban areas.
  205. Before the latter half of the fourth century, keyhole-shaped mounds were mainly seen in the Kinai, Seto Inland Sea (such as Kibi County) and northern Kyushu (such as Chikushi County) regions.
  206. Before the materials become fully tender, add half the soybean paste and boil again.
  207. Before the merger
  208. Before the merger across the prefectural border, the borderline on the map was straight; after the merger, the northern part of Takatsuki City, Osaka Prefecture, became convex upward, and the southwestern part of Kyoto Prefecture became concave downward.
  209. Before the merger of Kumiyama-cho, Uji City was formed in 1951 through a merger of the following two towns (pronounced as "cho" in Japanese in this case) and three villages (pronounced as "mura" in Japanese): Uji-cho, Makishima-mura, Ogura-mura and Okubo-mura which composed Kuse-gun, and Higashi-Uji-cho, Uji-gun.
  210. Before the merger, the temple name of Kongobu-ji Temple was the name for the entire Koyasan (Mt. Koya).
  211. Before the mid-Edo period, outstanding science of the foreign countries generally were brought to Japan through China in the form of Chinese books, and for this reason, all of the scientific researches of foreign origins were regarded as 'kangaku.'
  212. Before the modern age, the Tennoji gakuso Theater in Shitenno-ji Temple (Osaka City) with the oldest style, the Ouchi gakuso Theater in the Imperial Court (Kyoto) and the Nanto gakuso Theater in Kasugataisha Shrine (Nara City) were called Sanpo gakuso theaters.
  213. Before the modern penal code (criminal code) established after the Meiji Restoration; however, there were cases that a minor punishment by seizing assets was called a 'Karyo' (there was no word for petty fines [Karyo] in this period) so you need to pay attention to these mixed terms.
  214. Before the modern times, systematized war strategies, tactics, battles (may include wrestling) in military affairs were referred to as Heiho (art of warfare).
  215. Before the municipal merger in 2005, the Police Station had jurisdiction over three towns of Miwa-cho (Kyoto Prefecture), Oe-cho (Kyoto-Prefecture) and Yakuno-cho collectively, but with the merger, their jurisdiction was limited to only Fukuchiyama City.
  216. Before the negotiations with the 'expeditionary force to the east,' Katsu prepared for a scorched-earth strategy; this was preparation in case of an emergency and for a worst case scenario.
  217. Before the opening of Emmachi Station, many passengers would get off the train here at Uzumasa Station and then board another train at Randen (Keifuku) Katabiranotsuji Station on the Kitano Line in order to go to Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine or Ritsumeikan University Kinugasa Campus.
  218. Before the opening of the subway Tozai Line
  219. Before the opening of the subway Tozai Line, sub-express trains ran between Keishin-Sanjo Station and Hamaotsu Station at intervals of 24 minutes.
  220. Before the opening, the members had arrived at Yanagimoto by air.
  221. Before the order of succession to the Imperial Throne was stipulated, the crown prince meant the son of the current emperor, who was formally installed as Crown Prince.
  222. Before the order, Ujimasa and Ujinao, who were informed of the 手切れ in the border of Suruga and Izu Provinces, organized their army to attack the Hideyoshi army by ordering the vassals of the Hojo clan and other local samurais on December 17 to join the upcoming battle against Hideyoshi in Odawara on February 19.
  223. Before the peerage system was established
  224. Before the performance, a suino (officer for all general affairs, including the receipts and disbursement of the treasury of Kurododokoro) takes the wagon koto and places it in front of the wagon koto player.
  225. Before the performance, a tea-ceremony is held on the second floor of the Gion Kobu Kabu-renjo.
  226. Before the period in which printing with a personal computer became popular, the New Year's postcard was often printed by a household type of small, simplified printing machine.
  227. Before the prefectural highway was constructed, the south-side rental houses stood north and south at the east end of that road and it seems that this area was originally the site of buildings owned by the Imanishi family.
  228. Before the production process was scientifically figured out, some toji who were masters knew how to make rice malt with their experience.
  229. Before the rebellion, the Taira clan government held many principal posts and had obtained governorship of many provinces.
  230. Before the reconstruction of the Ko-do, excavations were conducted in 1992 that unearthed the remains of Shoun-ji Temple's Kyaku-den and confirmed that it was the largest, most grand Kyaku-den in the whole of Japan.
  231. Before the refrigerator was developed, shaved ice was sometimes not hygienic.
  232. Before the reign of Kanmu, the term Senso had been used to mean enthronement.
  233. Before the restoration of the mausoleum performed at the end of Edo period, (Bunkyu era) this tumulus had been designated as the Imperial Mausoleum of Emperor Keiko, although that was thoughtlessly changed to that of Emperor Sujin's in February 1865, right before the completion of the restoration.
  234. Before the revision of the examination rules in March 2005, Kyudan (the ninth Dan level) and Judan (the tenth) existed.
  235. Before the ritsuryo system (Taiho Code)
  236. Before the ritsuryo system, no systematic bureaucracy was established.
  237. Before the ritual, trainees conduct their own funeral and chant the mantra of Fudo Myoo.
  238. Before the samurai government came into power, a typical sample of the post was mokudai acting as deputy of kokushi.
  239. Before the schedule revision of March 18, 2007 for the West Japan Railway Company (JR West) and the KTR, many of these limited express trains would arrive at and depart from this station.
  240. Before the schedule revision of March 24, 2001, some express trains would temporarily stop at Higashimuko Station during the day and the early evening.
  241. Before the seclusion policy was implemented, the Japanese had expanded remarkably overseas, with many Japanese towns found in Southeast Asia.
  242. Before the set-up of the Ninsokuyoseba, there used to be a system called Mizukaeninsoku (Laborers for Water Drainage) of Sado Gold Mine, which was designed to isolate and rehabilitate the homeless.
  243. Before the sixth century, each gozoku (local ruling family) directly governed the land and the people.
  244. Before the soron
  245. Before the standardized form was established, the central regime had yet to bring all local provinces under control, so in some cases, it was doubtful whether the register was based on the survey result.
  246. Before the station building was constructed on the bridge, the term 'X ban-sen (Platform X)' had been used in the automated guidance announcement in the station, but instead of that, 'X ban noriba (Platform X),' which is commonly used at stations of JR West, is currently used.
  247. Before the station started its operation, it was planned to name the station 'Shiyakusho-mae,' but the name was in fact changed to 'Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae' (at the same time, the name of the 'Kawaramachi-Nijo' stop on the routes of Kyoto City Bus was changed to match the name of the station.
  248. Before the steam engine and the internal-combustion engine were introduced, members of the ruling class in Japan had not been very active in enhancing transportation.
  249. Before the stone chambers were constructed, soft soil near the surface was removed by digging a large with approximately 8 meters wide from east to west, about 13 meters long from north to south, and over 1.5 meters deep.
  250. Before the subway line started its operation, discussions to solve this fare problem were held between Keihan Electric Railway and Kyoto City, but the city side made no concession so no agreement was reached.
  251. Before the subway was opened to traffic, except for the Keihan Keishin Line, route buses that seldom ran according to schedule were the only means of transportation; however, the inauguration of the subway has drastically improved the traffic convenience.
  252. Before the surrender in Goryokaku, he received a letter written by Saisuke YASUTOMI from Chikara TACHIKAWA, and a sword strap left by Hijikata from Yamatoya (a merchant in Hakodate).
  253. Before the surrounding area turned into a residential district, the stone chamber towered high in an empty space.
  254. Before the taxi starts running, the taxi driver sets (starts) some meters to calculate the fare.
  255. Before the third century when the Sankakubuchi Shinjukyo Mirror appeared, about sixty Chinese mirrors called Gabuntai Shinjukyo Mirrors (Mirror with figures of deities and sacred animals) in a kind of 'mirror with engravings of divine beasts.'
  256. Before the third term of third grade of junior high school, she passed the examination to fill vacancies for students of Kinjo Gakuin Junior High School and eventually graduated from it.
  257. Before the ticket vending machines were installed, there was a period (exact dates unknown) when there were ticket sellers at the station.
  258. Before the title Tenno was born, they called the position of Emperor 'Yamato Okimi' or 'Teno' domestically, and called 'Wao,' 'Wakokuo,' 'Daiwao,' and so on externally, in Wakoku (name of the country before it was called Japan).
  259. Before the town and village system
  260. Before the tracks were electrified on September 20, 1973, there were trains which stopped only at Hirano Station (JR West Japan) and Yao Station between Tennoji Station and Kashiwara in addition to trains that stopped at every station between JR Nanba and Kashiwara (Osaka Prefecture).
  261. Before the transfer of the capital to Heiankyo (ancient capital in current Kyoto) until the Nara period, this area flourished as the political and cultural center.
  262. Before the use of specific names is provided for, there existed the sake grading system of tokkyu (special class), ikkyu (first class) and nikyu (second class). (For more information, refer to the "History of Sake.")
  263. Before the war
  264. Before the war (before the 1940's) the Heian period was interpreted as a period when dynasty government was becoming a mere shell or dead letter and local government was devastating.
  265. Before the war, 'State Shinto' was referred to simply as 'Jinja.'
  266. Before the war, Kyoto University was typically symbolized by Bankara (students' rough appearances) of Sanko (Third High School, the predecessor of Kyoto University) or self-supporting students, but from the generation of the fierce "examination war", people from rich families have noticeably increased among its students and professors.
  267. Before the war, Ministry of Interior (Japan) offered to upgrade the Takeda-jinja Shrine to Bekkaku kanpeisha (the new shrine ranking that the Meiji government set up as the shrines which enshrined gods of heaven and earth can not be equally treated with the ones which enshrine people) in exchange for validating Kinno jiseki (vestige of loyalty) of Shingen.
  268. Before the war, Tosa was under the rule of the Chosokabe clan, but the clan was unfortunately subjected to the confiscation of its land as the result of the war, and Tosa had to accept a new daimyo, Kazutoyo YAMAUCHI.
  269. Before the war, express trains always stopped at the station.
  270. Before the war, he lived in places like Abiko City, Chiba Prefecture, Kyoto City, and Nara City, where he deepened his knowledge of art and edited and published an art catalog, "Zayu-hou (Timeless Treasures)."
  271. Before the war, he was a teacher in the general course at Shingu Kogakkan in 1931, and an instructor at Kokugakuin University in 1938, and after the war, he played a leading role as a founder and a representative of Geirinkai and to establish the society of Shinto historical studies.
  272. Before the war, he was known as a director with a humorous style and made movies such as "Daigaku wa detakeredo" (I graduated, but..) and "Otona no miru ehon umaretewa mita keredo" (I was born, but...).
  273. Before the war, in November 1940, there was a large-scale public opening in which approximately 140 items were shown.
  274. Before the war, it was actively celebrated as one of the four major festivals along with New Year, Kigensetsu (the National Foundation Day) (the day commemorating the ascension to the throne of the first emperor, Jimmu) and Meiji festival.
  275. Before the war, military review was held on that day.
  276. Before the war, the area thrived with a red-light district, as around Hashimoto Station.
  277. Before the war, the family held the peerage of Danshaku (baron).
  278. Before the war, the nobles in the Heian Period were regarded to have seized political power from the Emperor and to have pursued a life of pleasure in Kyoto, but after the war, Yoshihiko HASHI<OTO gradually revealed the status of the nobles in the Heian Period.
  279. Before the war, their general name was "Ninjutsu-tsukai (master of ninjutsu)", but after the war, they were generally called "Ninja", "Shinobi no mono", "Shinobi" through the works of Tomoyoshi MURAYAMA, Sanpei SHIRATO and Ryotaro SHIBA.
  280. Before the war, they mainly performed at the yose (storyteller theater) and, also made a group to perform on the road.
  281. Before the wartime regime was established, the traditional Japanese coiffures were still worn (along with thick makeup like Shironuri [white makeup]) only when women wore Japanese clothes.
  282. Before the word 'animation' (anime) became popular in the late 1970, people called all of animated works, TV cartoons, animated films and dramas for children (including special effects works) 'manga (漫画, まんが or マンガ).'
  283. Before the word 'karaoke' became common, it was usually expressed as 'kara enso (literally meaning empty performance).'
  284. Before their arrival, Ofu (royal government) gave a command to each area not to obey the Okinawa Prefectural Government, and in Miyako-jima Island, the former officials including Nakamura, Bechin YOHANA and 亀川恵備 made a covenant following this command.
  285. Before then, British navy ships engaging in rescue work met with a disaster in the secondary attack, in which 6,000 people died, so that they made it a rule not to rescue ships attacked and damaged by U-boats even if they were close.
  286. Before then, a red-background rollsign with white letters was used but without any indication in English (the background color is the same red that the limited express has used since 2003).
  287. Before then, it was known as 'oomatsuri', 'onmatsuri' or the host shrine's name with the suffix meaning a festival, such as 'Kasuga-Matsuri' Festival or 'Iwashimizu-Sai' Festival, was used.
  288. Before then, some izakaya (Japanese-style bars) had provided chuhai or something like that on the menu.
  289. Before then, sugar was valuable as only imported sugar was available in Japan.
  290. Before then, the Kakeda clan was also allowed to use the family name of DATE.
  291. Before then, the name 'Uchigatana' was popular.
  292. Before then, the rice-polishing ratio was set at 70 percent or lower.
  293. Before then, while in the case of the Series 8000 the letters were written in red on a black background, in the case of the Series 3000 the letters were written in red on a white background, and when the series was renovated in 1995 the rollsign became the same design as the Series 8000, with red letters on a black background.
  294. Before they die, zen chishiki select the next zen chishiki (three or fewer) and hand down Gosho.
  295. Before they formed the Shinsengumi, these roshi were made fun of as 'Miboro (meaning raggedy clothes)' because of the poor state of their appearance.
  296. Before they leave, they are warned by a retired old man that they might die if they hear Okiku's voice count plates up to nine, so it's better to run off when they hear Okiku count them up to about six.
  297. Before this amendment, the National Tax Administration Agency advertised for public opinions.
  298. Before this change of fortunes for Mushimaro, the government acknowledged that MURAKUNI no Shimanushi, who had been killed for his supposed involvement in Nakamaro's Revolt, had been innocent.
  299. Before this conference center was built, the new Kyoto Station for the Tokaido Shinkansen which was constructed next to the original Kyoto Station started operation, and Kyoto City and the local business community saw the importance of access to this facility as a major factor.
  300. Before this enthronement, the name was changed to 'Junna-in Palace.'
  301. Before this incident, chief retainer INADA of Sumoto-jo Castle in Tokushima Domain (14,000 koku) had had various conflicts with Tokushima Honpan (the original domain) for some time.
  302. Before this law, the emperor was treated as an entity transcending the law; therefore, no provision concerning the emperor had existed not only in Buke ho (Samurai laws) but also in any law made by the Kuge (court nobles) Government including the Taiho Ritsuryo and Yoro ritsuryo code (code promulgated in the Yoro period).
  303. Before this mirror was discovered, the oldest ancient mirror had been the mirror with the year inscribed as 'Sekiu Gannen' (first year of Sekiu, or 238) (Sekiu, or Chiwu is the name of the era of the Emperor Da Di of Wu Dynasty of China) which was excavated from Toriibara Kitsunezuka-kofun Tumulus in Ichikawa Misato Town in Yamanashi Prefecture.
  304. Before this nickname was applied to Masamune, the name Dokuganryu had referred to Motoharu YAMAJI, the lieutenant general of the Imperial Japanese Army and the divisional commander of the 1st Army Division.
  305. Before this period, there were many pottery wholesalers around Sanjo, Kyoto, but they produced only a small amount.
  306. Before this rampage, Kakuban lamented the situation of Shingon sect followers who had turned to power mongers, practiced mugon no gyo (the discipline of not talking) for a long time in Mitsugonin Temple, and right after that, he wrote Mitsugonin Confession at one stroke.
  307. Before this time, the Takahashi clan (descendents of Iwakamutsukari no Mikoto) had managed Hochoshiki (ceremony for the use of kitchen knives), and he devised new Hochoshiki (cooking) that was different from the traditional one in accordance with the order of the Emperor Koko.
  308. Before this war, Ieyasu sounded Mototsugu for betrayal, so there was a rumor of Mototsugu's rebellion in Osaka-jo Castle.
  309. Before this, although the length of penal servitude was decided in proportion to the sum of the lost money, the actual term of imprisonment was never told to the criminals and it is said that they never knew what kind of punishment they had been sentenced to until they were released.
  310. Before umajirushi appeared, part of a banner or a shihan-bata (samurai flag) was changed to another unique design and placed around a general.
  311. Before very long, Mochisada was executed for commiting adultery with a concubine of Shogun and Mitsusuke was pardoned and inherited the position of shugo of three provinces.
  312. Before walking through under a Torii (an archway to a Shinto shrine) after arriving at a shrine, visitors are supposed to perform 'Isson' (deeply bowing at forty-five degrees) in front of the Torii.
  313. Before wearing Kimono, the body is sometimes padded with cloth like a towel to make a cylindrical shape.
  314. Before wearing it, haneri (neckpiece [on a kimono]) is sewn on the part of a collar.
  315. Before winnower came into wide use, put on a basket like winnow after grain threshing, paddy was separated from rice husks by wind made by hand in the Edo period.
  316. Before zip code was changed to be a 7-digit number, its common post office was transferred from Yokkaichi-Nishi Post Office to Nara Central Post Office, and its zip code turned out to be the number that begins with 630, which indicates it belongs to Nara Prefecture.
  317. Before, chawan was taken out from the stand and used at the corner of the hearth, but in these days, chawan is used while remaining on the stand.
  318. Before, danmari was played in Jidaimono (historical dramas), it also was played in sewamono (plays dealing with the lives of ordinary people) by Nanboku TSURUYA IV (the fourth).
  319. Before, the special train without a specific denomination carried a head mark '臨,' meaning 'special,' but since the revision in September 2003 this mark is only allowed for the special limited express trains.
  320. Beforehand, ingredients should be cut into proper sizes for ease of eating.
  321. Beforehand, the vegetables, tofu and other ingredients should be cut into proper sizes for ease of eating.
  322. Befu Canyon
  323. Began broadcasting on April 1, 2005.
  324. Began handling passengers and freight.
  325. Began to build a palace in Okamoto, Asuka.
  326. Beggar Woman (Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street)
  327. Beginners start by learning kata (kyudo-shaho hassetsu, or the eight steps of shooting an arrow).
  328. Beginning
  329. Beginning a full-scale invasion of Shinano, Shingen clashed with the Uesugi clan of Echigo, and in 1562, subjugation of Shinano came to the end of the first stage in the Battle of Kawanakajima.
  330. Beginning and history
  331. Beginning in 1782, the Emperor lived in Shogoin Temple as his temporary palace for three years after the Kyoto Imperial Palace burned down.
  332. Beginning in 1978, large-scale brewing tests were conducted, and in 1983 it was adopted as a recommended variety for the middle district of Hiroshima Prefecture with an altitude of 200 to 400 meters above sea level; the variety was registered in 1984.
  333. Beginning in 671, during the reign of Emperor Tenchi, it was abolished with the Meiji period's Sanetomi SANJO (1871-1885) as the last.
  334. Beginning in 892, when he was made an Unoderi (an officer of the Central Secretariat), he steadily rose in rank; in 895 he was made a third-rank official of the province of Mutsu, and the following year was made the surrogate shugo (de facto governor) of Owari Province, an appointment of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  335. Beginning in Fiscal Year 2006, the following projects were carried out as part of the 'Randen Brush-up Project.'
  336. Beginning in Fiscal Year 2006, the following projects were executed as the Randen Brush-up Project.
  337. Beginning in March 2007, the temporary station building was used and the original building was hidden by the temporary structure.
  338. Beginning in November, 2002, "Torokky" was used as a poster boy.
  339. Beginning in recent times, Muhoto was used by any religious sect and was also used as a tomb tower for people other than priests.
  340. Beginning in the Edo period, statues of Daikokuten showing him perched atop a bag of rice, perhaps the most well-known type of Daikokuten statue today, began to appear.
  341. Beginning in the Gangyo era, a large party was held after finishing the complete schedule of the events.
  342. Beginning in the Heian period, commerce and industry for urban dwellers in Heian-kyo developed; particularly in the Edo period when domestic distribution became prevalent, Kyoto City became an industrial city, shipping goods nationwide and providing technicians to local clans upon request.
  343. Beginning in the Heian period, kami (the head) was inherited by the Nakahara clan.
  344. Beginning in the Medieval Period, Shinto and Buddhism advanced toward syncretization under the influence of Hieizan Enryaku-ji Temple, and the shrine came to be called one of the 'Three major Benzaiten in Japan' with Benzaiten as its honji-butsu (original Buddhist divine).
  345. Beginning in the Meiji period, Koshinto--in contrast to State Shinto, which was classified as a series of civil ceremonies and thus as different from other religions like Buddhism or Christianity--was marked by a much stronger sense of religiosity.
  346. Beginning in the Meiji period, even after Japanese mathematics was replaced by Western mathematics, Seki continued to be honored as a hero in the history of math in Japan.
  347. Beginning in the last year of the Meiji period, momentum toward women's suffrage had gradually increased through the Taisho democracy period.
  348. Beginning of Japanese art history
  349. Beginning of Kamakura period
  350. Beginning of Modern Local Autonomy
  351. Beginning of Politics led by Ministry of Interior
  352. Beginning of Tondenhei
  353. Beginning of War
  354. Beginning of handing down the text
  355. Beginning of the Amitabha Jodo Worship
  356. Beginning of the Movement
  357. Beginning of the Taisho period - Company is founded.
  358. Beginning of the incident
  359. Beginning the previous year in 1950, the student movement was on the rise at Kyoto University which the Emperor was scheduled to visit after the City office in order to have a briefing.
  360. Beginning with Nagahide NIWA and Katsuie SHIBATA, it was a great parade that mobilized every armies of the Oda army, with the exception of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI who headed the Chugoku army.
  361. Beginning with Shirakawa Kitadono, numerous palaces as well as residences for female nobles were built in the area during the period of cloistered rule and, like Toba in southern Kyoto, these temples flourished as centers of cloistered governance.
  362. Beginning with a fire arising from the 1336 conflict between Masashige KUSUNOKI and the Ashikaga army, the above-mentioned buildings were all completely destroyed by numerous fires but the Ho-o-do hall has miraculously managed to avoid destruction.
  363. Beginning with late half of the fourth and into the fifth century, the Wa army waged war with the three kingdoms of Korean Peninsula; Paekche, Silla, and Goguryeo.
  364. Beginning with the elder brother of the second Shogun, Hidetada TOKUGAWA, and second son of Ieyasu, Hideyasu YUKI, was sent to the Echizen domain, he placed Tokugawa family members as Daimyo all of the country.
  365. Beginning with the fire of 1125, the temple can be confirmed to have met with disaster on at least 18 separate occasions by the end of the Edo period but its importance as a place of devotion for the masses and the hub of the community meant that it was rebuilt each time.
  366. Beginning with the round barrow shape and square tumulus which are the basic shapes, there are many kinds of kofun such as hakkaku-fun (octagonal tumulus) (Noguchino Ono-haka) and candy-wrap (keyhole shape with one more handle) shape mound (Kushiyama Kofun and Tatetsuki Kofun).
  367. Beginning with this film, he was called a "Master of Woman's Films" because he became noted for his talent in drawing out the appeal of star actresses starting with Mieko TAKAMINE of this film and others such as Setsuko HARA in "Anjoke no Butokai" (Ball of the Anjo family) and Machiko KYO in "Itsuwareru Seiso" (Clothes of Deception).
  368. Beginning with this incident, the Choshu clan fell under the influence of zealots and later came to Kyoto and raised the Kinmon rebellion on July 19 (in the old calendar).
  369. Beginning with those chapters, the Revelation had been written for 17 years from 1944 until 1961, two years before Tenmei's death.
  370. Beginnings
  371. Beginnings of the theory of 'unbroken Imperial line'
  372. Behave as the vassals of the Imperial Court.
  373. Behavior Reagrded as Disruptive
  374. Behavior of a noble (a funny episode of a noble)
  375. Behavior of consumer and convention
  376. Beheaded and the severed head was exposed in Mito
  377. Behind and to the west side of the Shishinden lies the Seiryoden, facing east.
  378. Behind the Kondo (to the north)
  379. Behind the Lecture Hall, toward the north end of the grounds.
  380. Behind the appointment, there seems to have been the support from Shigemune ITAKURA, Kyoto shoshidai (Kyoto deputy), and Katsuyuki SAKUMA (a younger brother of Morimasa), the lord of Naganuma Domain of Shinano Province.
  381. Behind the background of the tale of Tesso was intense power struggle in the Buddhist region at the end of the Heian period and also it is a historical material to pass on to today the picture of the sogai (rat damage) at that time.
  382. Behind the birth of the Sagabon lay the fact that in Kyoto at the time there was already an existing base of readers in the form of a merchant class with accumulated wealth, and craftsmen from the Gozanban (Five Mountains Editions).
  383. Behind the bus card sales office at Kuzuha Station Bus terminal 2.
  384. Behind the main hall (honden) is a burial mound which is said to be the grave of Taketasaku-no-Mikoto, the father of Kajiko (the ancestor of Fuefuki Muraji).
  385. Behind the main hall is Tonoo Mausoleum, the tomb of Emperor Godaigo, who was forced to leave Kyoto by Takauji ASHIKAGA and passed away in Yoshino, and the tomb of the Imperial Prince Tokiyasu.
  386. Behind the main hall is the 'Ura no Gyoba' (interior site) which involves climbing a sheer cliff without safety ropes.
  387. Behind the main sanctuary, there is a small hill called 'Jinmu-zuka' (literally a mound of Jinmu), which is thought to have been a place where religious services were held in ancient times or a tomb.
  388. Behind the movement was the spread of Kokugaku (the study of Japanese classical literature) (study), which regarded mixture of Buddhism and Shinto as impure.
  389. Behind the protagonist (Shite) is a traditional Noh musicians (facing from the right are a whistle, a small drum, a big drum, and a side base drum) and prompters are sitting.
  390. Behind the rebellion, there was a disagreement between Tokimasa and Tomomasa (provincial governor of Musashi province) and the Hatakeyama clan (acting provincial governors of Musashi province) over rule of the province.
  391. Behind the relocation of the capital from Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) to Nagaoka-kyo (the ancient capital of Nagaoka) and Heian-kyo (ancient capital in current Kyoto) by Emperor Kanmu (737 ? 806), there was the intention to avoid the influence of Nanto Buddhism temples which significantly interfered with the politics.
  392. Behind the troop of Tarimaro, O no Honji was camped leading three thousands soldiers at Tarano.
  393. Behind these, forests were destroyed and trees were washed away by Isewan Typhoon which hit the Kinki region in 1959, and bamboo started to grow thickly instead of moss which had been growing naturally on the ground.
  394. Behind this Seikanron there was dissatisfaction amongst the Shizoku (family or persons with samurai ancestors) who had lost their jobs as a result of Haihan-chiken in 1871.
  395. Behind this background, it was related to the fact that the wife of Sueyoshi was the daughter of TAIRA no Motomori (the second son of Kiyomori), and her presence also served as a kind of lubricant between both sides, the Cloistered Emperor and the Taira family, who were deeply opposed to each other.
  396. Behind this background, the four existing movie companies (Shochiku, Nikkatsu, Shinko Kinema and Daito Eiga) tried to take revenge on Toho, who had lured away Kazuo HASEGAWA.
  397. Behind this decision of the Imperial Court, there was a situation where the Imperial Court had no time to deal with affairs in the Oshu region because the political strife between the Minamoto clan and the Taira clan had arisen inside the Imperial Court.
  398. Behind this irrational dispatch, there was an intention of the Sultan Abd?lhamid II to show off the power of the Ottoman Empire, the leader of Muslim countries, to Muslims in India and Southeast Asian countries.
  399. Behind this trend was the fact that a role of a county diminished on local governance and a country started to have a greater role.
  400. Behind this was a maneuver by a disciple Kazutoshi UEDA and his disciples which was triggered by a dispute over literature between the two.
  401. Behind this was the atmosphere around the period of the bubble economy which favored anything light, thin, short and small and something like post modern with the rebound of anything heavy, thick, long and large in previous generation.
  402. Behind this was the fact that there are many sake breweries abroad which have enough facilities to brew regular sake today.
  403. Behind this, it is suspected that the Imperial Prince Yamanobe and the Fujiwara family that supported him masterminded the conspiracy.
  404. Behind this, there were the influences from aestheticism and dadaism, both of which emerged in Europe during the late 19th century, or anarchism (a political thought).
  405. Behind those 'human exhibition', there were ideologies such as evolutionism and racism which spread globally at that time.
  406. Behind those hard-line ideas was the fact that they were seeking a vent for dissatisfaction of 40 to 50 thousand warriors who had lost their position because of Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures).
  407. Beian ICHIKAWA
  408. Beian ICHIKAWA (October 25, 1779 - August 26, 1858) was a Japanese calligrapher and kanshi (Chinese-style poems) poet of the late Edo period.
  409. Beian ICHIKAWA, a calligrapher in the late Edo period, mentioned Tosai as the best penman for the absence of Japanese-style influence (detectable Japaneseness) in his handwriting.
  410. Beian died in 1858, aged 80.
  411. Beian reveled in his love of bunbo shiho (literally, the four treasures of the study, referring to calligraphy implements: brush, ink stone, ink stick and paper) and was known for his collection and study of calligraphic works and paintings of Tang and Jin dynasties.
  412. Beian was given the birth name Sangai (which was written as "三亥" in Japanese) to reflect the fact that the same Japanese Character "亥" appeared three times at the time of his birth, i.e. in the zodiac month, day and hour, hence the use of character for three "三."
  413. Beian was noted for his skill in demotic semi-square styled (reisho) and standard or square styled (kaisho) calligraphy, and in 1799, at the age of 20 he opened a private calligraphy school called Shosanrindo ("小山林堂").
  414. Beian was the eldest son of the kanshi poet Kansai ICHIKAWA.
  415. Beian wrote a number of books including "Beian Bokudan" (literally, Beian's Ink Talk).
  416. Beicho
  417. Beicho KATSURA (the third)
  418. Beicho KATSURA III covered this in his program named "Beicho Family Warotei" (ABC Television).
  419. Beicho KATSURA said of this difference, 'Kamigata rakugo had little or no reason to tell sentimental stories which were dealt with by the puppet theater that was firmly established in Kamigata.'
  420. Beicho KATSURA the third, in his book "Rakugo and Me", defined Ninjo-banashi quite narrowly.
  421. Beicho and Fukuro MORINO I rode on this flow and became famous, positively contributing to the Kamigata rakugo industry.
  422. Beihan made of white rice is white, and it is also called ginshari (silver rice).
  423. Beijing City (Yuan, Ming, Qing)
  424. Beijing Damingfu (Daming County, Handan City, Hebei Province today)
  425. Beijing Protocol, September 7, 1901, United Kingdom, United States, Japan, Russian Empire, France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Spain, and Netherlands
  426. Beijing University (China)
  427. Beijing edition: Bkah-hgyur of the Yongle edition (1410), Bkah-hgyur of Wanli (1606), Bkah-hgyur of the Kangxi edition (1692), Bstan-hgyur of the Yongzheng edition (1724)
  428. Being Disconnected from His Own Path
  429. Being Genji's guardian, his political stance during the reign of Emperor Kiritsubo was close to Genji's.
  430. Being Kitagawa-dono's brother, Soun went to Suruga to mediate between the two forces and worked it out so that Norimitsu would reign over the family on Tatsuomaru's behalf until Tatsuomaru came of age.
  431. Being Sangi (councilor), Fusamae's status was not so high at Daijokan (Grand Council of State).
  432. Being Takanobu KANO's second son and thus Tanyu KANO's younger brother, he had a child called Tsunenobu KANO.
  433. Being Tanritsu does not mean it has uniqueness in the aspects of its belief or thought, because it is only a matter of the legal system.
  434. Being a Japanese instrument, Kokyu is mostly provided with three strings (although some have four strings), and its shape is roughly a smaller version of the Shamisen - a three-stringed Japanese banjo.
  435. Being a bookworm, he kept purchasing and reading books, ending up in 8 years with a volume which could fill a small boat.
  436. Being a branch family of the lord family of the Nakatsu clan, the Tokieda-Ogasawara clan was a Hatamoto that had a territory that produced 5,000 koku of rice crop, centered on Tokieda of Buzen Province (present Shimo-Tokieda, Usa City, Oita Prefecture).
  437. Being a branch of Kanmu-Heishi (Taira clan), his grandfather was said to be TAIRA no Sadamitsu or TAIRA no Norisue, and his father was said to be TAIRA no Iefusa (Suefusa) or TAIRA no Norisue.
  438. Being a brave and educated military commander, Tomoteru TAKAYAMA was beloved of his people in the domain, and was well known as a faithful 'model of samurai' among his contemporaries.
  439. Being a brick building in English bond, it was completed in 1890.
  440. Being a collateral descendant, Emperor Keitai, the father of Emperor Kinmei, selected Princess Tashiraka, a direct descendant as his Empress; she was princess of former Emperor Ninken as well as the sister of Emperor Buretsu.
  441. Being a coward, Nakajima panicked and jumped off the running train.
  442. Being a descendant of the Kyogoku clan, which is the main lineage of the Azai clan, she had a more prestigious background in terms of ancestry than Lady Yodo, who was also Hideyoshi's concubine.
  443. Being a devout Christian, she ordered the widow (Christian name 'Donna Isabella') of a devout Christian retainer of the Matsura clan Yasutsune KOTEDA to have all of her children baptized.
  444. Being a disciple of KAMO no Mabuchi, Kairyo was familiar with Kokugaku (the study of Japanese classical literature) and Kagaku (the study of Japanese poetry; poetics).
  445. Being a divination tool, shikiban is one of the most familiar items to onmyoji and the heaven board and the earth board that are brought together represent the universe.
  446. Being a family of one of the family lineages of a master of Nijo school waka poetry, a large number of documents related to kado (the art of versification) were included..
  447. Being a great actor, he mainly performs in the Kansai area, but also performs across the country including Tokyo.
  448. Being a guild, it has an apprentice system.
  449. Being a hidden Buddhist image, it is on view only for a special exposition which takes place every 33 years and when the emperor accedes to the throne.
  450. Being a main advocate of six-dynasty calligraphy and provided with the largest number of followers, he was a person who enlightened the calligraphic world in Japan during the Meiji period.
  451. Being a manager of the herb farm, he got spare time for studying, but with small salary of 20 koku, he could not easily buy books, nor go on a trip for study.
  452. Being a member of Hyojosho (conference chamber) as well as Kanjo-bugyo and Machi-bugyo, Jisha-bugyo was in charge of litigation regarding not only temples and shrines, but also many territories, except for Kanhasshu (the Eight Provinces of the Kanto region).
  453. Being a mere figurehead of the clan, Yorinari was expelled from Mino around 1552 and the power of Toki clan in Mino Province declined.
  454. Being a monadnock, the mountain stands prominently in the region despite its relatively low altitude and can be viewed from across Lake Biwa from the west bank.
  455. Being a national institute, however, the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan is not allowed to define the day of tanabata based on "the old calendar" since "the old calendar" is not officially used at present.
  456. Being a person of letters, Tosai left numerous essays.
  457. Being a person who had an exceptional talent in keigaku (study of Keisho in Confucianism), music, history, calligraphy, and painting, he strived for the restoration of sekiten (ritual for Confucius) and achieved satisfactory results.
  458. Being a private estate of the Kofuku-ji Temple in olden times, the town developed from a medieval village surrounded by a moat.
  459. Being a realist, Itagaki in his childhood once dared to throw away his Omamori (a personal amulet) of the Inari-jinja Shrine into the toilet and tried to see whether his action would trigger the divine punishment, which did not occur.
  460. Being a rebel, he was not obliged to observe the custom of Shinno-ningoku, but it seems this custom took root as a tradition.
  461. Being a ronin family, they moved to Edo and Ona-a read many books because she had plenty of spare time and acquired a wide range of knowledge and education.
  462. Being a small space, Chashitsu can have a variety of designs, and a number of types of them were built.
  463. Being a son of MINAMOTO no Mitsunaga who was killed in action during the Jisho-Juei War, Mitsuhira became an adopted son of his uncle MINAMOTO no Mitsumoto and took over the role of family head of the Toki clan.
  464. Being a warrior belonging to the Hosokawa clan under the Ashikaga clan, he fought against the Southern Court in Shikoku region such as Awa, Sanuki and Iyo and was on the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) side during the Kanno Disturbance.
  465. Being a warrior, he was an eminent person of culture with seasoned knowledge of aristocratic culture such as Ise Monogatari (The Tales of Ise) and Waka poetry.
  466. Being abandoned by even Hosokawa father and son is said to have been decisive in the downfall of Mitsuhide.
  467. Being accused of assassinating Ryoma SAKAMOTO, Oishi was subjected to violent interrogation and, at one point, admitted guilt unable to bear the pain any longer, but subsequently retracted his earlier testimony insisting that the assassination was carried out by Mimawarigumi.
  468. Being adept and skilled, and
  469. Being affected by the above-mentioned incident of lost love in two years before suffering tuberculosis of the lungs to be found in the next year, he suffered from extreme nervous breakdown (psychiatric disorder) and an obsession.
  470. Being affected by the calligraphy in China, IKE no Taiga established his own calligraphic style.
  471. Being afraid of Nagayoshi's power, Harumoto ran away to Otsu, and the Harumoto administration collapsed.
  472. Being afraid of a dispute among the Gokenin, Hiromoto kept the paper to himself.
  473. Being afraid of retaliation, Motofusa refused to leave his residence for a while.
  474. Being afraid that such radical actions might irritate the shogunate, the clan recalled Takasugi from Edo.
  475. Being also called nihon-shoku (Japanese dishes) or wa-shoku (Japanese dishes), their features are roughly three; eating food without cooking, placing importance on the basic taste of food itself with little flavor added, and the delicate artful arrangement of food on dishes.
  476. Being an eastern Nyorai, he is also regarded as the same Nyorai as Ashuku Nyorai.
  477. Being an elite samurai family the Tokugawa clan was treated as nobles even after the Meiji Restoration with a line of priority: the family head as a Duke, the 3 main families as Marquis, and heads of the 3 families as Counts.
  478. Being an empress as a mother rather than a wife, she seemed to lead a happy marriage life with the emperor as both were clever and loved art, and she was also highly esteemed by the Retired Emperor Shirakawa.
  479. Being an unidentifiable person, there is an opinion which questions even his existence.
  480. Being angry about the situation their anabasis was blocked both at sea and ground, his older brothers, Inahi no Mikoto and Mikeiri no mikoto drowned themselves.
  481. Being apart from whether the usage of the term is appropriate or not, this change was informed unilaterally to the Korean side immediately before Chosen Tsushinshi departed for Japan.
  482. Being appointed to Kanshoku is Ninkan, and retired from Kanshoku is Taikan or Jikan.
  483. Being ardently asked by Emperor Uda, he devoted himself to disseminate 'Saga Goryu' school of flower arrangement, so that 'Saga Goryu' became well-known all over the country.
  484. Being asked 'how a man who had his head cut off could possibly bite someone?' he answered 'I am not going to bite you right after.'
  485. Being associated with the folk story of Somin Shorai (a character appearing in the legend of Susano-o, an ancient Japanese god), ceremonies of chinowa-kuguri (passing through a hoop made of kaya grass [a plant of the sedge family]) and kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at a shrine) are dedicated to the shrine.
  486. Being astonished, Soemon fell, and taking this opportunity, Sannojo fled with the drawn sword.
  487. Being at a complete loss, Gengobe offers the 100 ryo prepared by his uncle, saying that he will buy out Koman.
  488. Being at odds with Michinaga, Emperor Sanjo came to disagree with him on every occasion.
  489. Being attended by the Emperor and Empress, together with nyogo (Emperor's consorts) and naishi no tsukasa (female court attendants), the imperial princesses were seated at akuza (sitting places in a temporary house set in a ceremonial courtyard) in the order of generations, not of ages.
  490. Being attracted to the thought of Sonno Joi (reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners), he went to Kagoshima.
  491. Being aware of the way the Tang dynasty designated Chang'an in the west as the capital and Luoyang in the east as the second capital, Heian-kyo referred to the area to the west of Suzaku-oji Avenue as Choan (Chang'an) or Ukyo and the one to the east as Rakuyo (Luoyang) or Sakyo.
  492. Being backed as the head of the Ouchi clan by the remaining retainers, such as the Kusaba clan, the Ohara clan and the Kawagoe clan, Kikakumaru raised an army on December 10, 1557, and shut themselves in Shojigatake-jo Castle (in the present Fukuoka Prefecture).
  493. Being banished by the Kuroda family, he temporarily served Hidehisa SENGOKU.
  494. Being barraged with machinegun, his troop captured the enemy's position.
  495. Being based on the vague recollections of elderly people, all the tunes are fragments.
  496. Being behind the gokenin in this incident, it is said that the Hojo clan started eliminating senior vassals with the expulsion of Kagetoki.
  497. Being believed to remove bad vibes, wakamizu was used to make an altarage to Toshigami (god of the incoming year), to make a family meal, to rinse out one's mouth and to brew tea after it was offered at a household Shinto altar.
  498. Being blessed with shining beauty and talent as a child, he was given the nickname 'Hikaru Kimi' (literally, shining prince).
  499. Being blessed with such an understanding feudal lord, being supported by such a good patron, and exchanging with insightful predecessors greatly influenced the perfection of Tomoari's learning.
  500. Being born of different mothers and disparate in age, there were seeds of conflict growing between Shigemori and Munemori from the beginning.
  501. Being bureaucratic in domestic administration, Hisamasa died a glorious death like Katsuyori TAKEDA and Nobunaga ODA, who met their end during the same period, showing the spirit of the samurai in Kohoku.
  502. Being called by Myohoin no miya, he was given the rank of nakaokuseki (中奥席格) and appointed to a professor of Emperor-centered historiography.
  503. Being called by the new government in 1868, he became an assistant judicial officer in a court.
  504. Being caused by kosa, a hazy moon is often observed in spring nights.
  505. Being cautious about Goshirakawa's move, Nijo appointed Shigemori Sangi (Director of palace affairs) in 1165 and strengthened his reliance on the Taira clan, but he died on September 12.
  506. Being cold in the middle of a winter night, Nakajima went to a police box, and the murder was discovered.
  507. Being concerned about rampant development, residents in the Shinbashi area (Motoyoshi-cho) pressed the government to preserve the old townscape of the area.
  508. Being confronted with the Satsuma army's violent gunfight and close fighting with swords by taking advantage of the terrain, the main force gave up the frontal breakthrough of Tabaru Slope without making any counterattack and changed the plan to capture Mt. Yokohira (Mt. Nachi) by attacking the west side of the Satsuma army.
  509. Being curiously excellent,
  510. Being depressed, Tamakazura doesn't enjoy herself at all, but Genji amuses himself by making fun of the young courtiers who love her.
  511. Being descendants of Emperor Kanmu, who was an avid falconer, both Narihira and his older brother, ARIWARA no Yukihira, are said to have been skilled falconers.
  512. Being different from 'chatta' of Tokyo dialect, it implies a light deference similarly to 'hatta' of Kyoto dialect.
  513. Being different from bunkan's hoteki no ho (sewn sleeve seams outer robe), ketteki no ho has an opening at the side, so hanpi must be worn.
  514. Being different from tabi (socks with split toes), they have pouch-shaped round toes.
  515. Being different from the diaries between the Kamakura period and the early Muromachi period, Sanetaka Koki doesn't have many records about ceremonies, and most of them are concerned with services at the Imperial court, poetry gathering, visiting temples and shrines, fires, the disturbances of wars, and so on.
  516. Being different from the first half of the chapter, the latter contains comical anecdotes for a change.
  517. Being disk-shaped, it is provided with two holes that are to be used for being hung from a ka.
  518. Being dismissed from Kanshoku is Menkan.
  519. Being dissatisfied with the decision, Suenaga went to Kamakura by selling his horses to make money for the trip and filed a complaint directly to the feudal government in June 1275.
  520. Being dragged to a death road, the path to the journey is in full bloom
  521. Being encouraged by Yoshigoro, who loved achieving accomplishments because of the features of their living environment, Yoshiwara, Jusuke studied with Senzo NISHIKAWA the fourth from the age of six.
  522. Being established at the same time as Yamashina Ward, Nishikyo Ward is one of the newest wards.
  523. Being established within the site of J.O. Studio which imported advanced talkie system, Uzumasa Hassei Eiga produced talkie movies in tie-ups with Nikkatsu before any other film companies, and carved out a new era of Japanese films.
  524. Being excelled in medicine, he was granted 40 rural towns in Buzen Province in September, 704.
  525. Being excited, the ghost of Yoshitsune exhibits a dance expressesing his suffering from shura (scenes of fighting) and reenacting his battle with Noritsune.
  526. Being excused from the death penalty, Sesson was banished to Changan, and three years later again to Chengdu, Sichuan Province, where he spent ten years.
  527. Being exhorted by friends, he wrote a bestseller 'The Soviet Empire Strikes Back' in order to earn a living.
  528. Being fine, small, and delicate.
  529. Being forced to detour, Saigo's forces crushed the defenders' troop of the government army and infiltrated into Kagoshima on September 1.
  530. Being found out the plan of ostracizing KO no Moronao, Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA escaped to Yamato Province, and Yorifusa compelled Tadayoshi to submission to Nancho (the Southern Dynasty of Japan).
  531. Being from a branch family of the Yoshimi clan, they were regarded as a powerful kokujin and Masayori became an adopted son-in-law of Yoshioki OUCHI.
  532. Being good at literature' means having an ability to write good texts and is deeply related with not only being a good writer buy also a skilled calligrapher.
  533. Being greatly influenced by Ignatius, Xavier began to believe in the existence of something more important than seeking glory in this world, and aimed at becoming a clergyman.
  534. Being happy, I awoke again and will sleep for while; The worldly dream is the sky at dawn.'
  535. Being helped by people, including Yoshinobu NATSUME, who were killed instead of him, Ieyasu himself narrowly escaped back to Hamamatsu-jo Castle, and it is even said that he defecated on his horse on the occasion.
  536. Being her guardian, Kaoru took care in preparing for her arrival in Kyoto.
  537. Being highly independent, each of these territories could be called a regional nation.
  538. Being ignorant of male homosexuality (the funny story of a homosexual)
  539. Being implored to come to Japan by him, Ganjin decided to make his fifth attempt to reach Japan.
  540. Being impressed by their performance, Yoshimitsu protected Yusakiza (Kanzeza) headed by Kannami and Zeami.
  541. Being in Emperor Shirakawa's favor, Keishi gave birth to a prince (Cloistered Imperial Prince Kakugyo) in April 1075.
  542. Being in Kamakura at this time, Takauji's younger brother Naoyoshi ASHIKAGA killed the imprisoned Imperial Prince Moriyoshi, because he was afraid that Tokiyuki would support the Prince.
  543. Being in Osaka Castle during the Siege of Osaka, he had a central role in supporting the Toyotomi household, along with Harunaga ONO et alia.
  544. Being in a unconscious state from excessive pain, Father Crist?v?o Ferreira gave up his faith, but the others kept their faith and all had died in martyrdom.
  545. Being in charge of very busy operation, ujo takes care to add firewood to the kagari or pilot the boat jealously.
  546. Being in poverty due to his father's asthma, he was supported by Nobune ONO, an acquaintance of Konosuke KAWAKITA, began to go to Hoen-sha in 1893 and became a ranked player the following year.
  547. Being in the West army in the Battle of Sekigahara
  548. Being in the figure of Tomiko, she blames Toyoo for his indifferent attitude.
  549. Being in the toilet afforded him some protection but he developed radiation sickness and after the war spent a long time undergoing medical treatment.
  550. Being included in the Wakasa Bay Quasi-National Park and presenting fine views from its peaks, it is visited by many worshippers and mountaineers.
  551. Being independent of the modern agriculture studies imported from abroad, they intended to make improvements on techniques from the viewpoint of positivism, based on the accumulation of the conventional agriculture studies before modern times, which was beyond the phase of the mere collection of personal experiences.
  552. Being inferior to rubber in durability, konnyaku was easier to procure in Japan.
  553. Being influenced by 'Kyo-Komon,' mentioned above, 'Kaga-komon' started to be manufactured in Ishikawa Prefecture by using the technique of Kaga Yuzen for coloring.
  554. Being influenced by Western music after the onset of the Meiji period, shakuhachi provided with seven, or even nine holes were developed.
  555. Being influenced by the teaching of Doshaku and Zendo, Honen distinguished the Right Practices, in which one recites Buddha's name in order to be born in the Pure Land, from Miscellaneous Practices, which include all the rest, and he encouraged the exercising of Right Practices.
  556. Being influenced by these Shinto books, "Senguin Himon" describes that the grandson of the sun goddess descended from heaven carrying a sacred treasure, i.e., Amenonuboko.
  557. Being informed of the story, Empress Jingu ordered TAKENOUCHI no Sukune to subdue Prince Oshikuma.
  558. Being informed of this event, the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) changed Yasunobu's rank on April 7.
  559. Being inspired by that event, Mitsutaro committed himself to high quality noh plays for 10 years after the war.
  560. Being installed the 16th head priest of Daigo-ji Temple in 1116 he endeavored for the prosperity of the temple, reconstructing Yakushi do (the temple of Bhaisa jyaguru) of Kami Daigo Temple, constructing the east building for resident priests, and starting Kiyotaki e (the Buddhist Service to enjoy the cherry blossoms).
  561. Being isolated by the people in the village and making money by blackmailing people.
  562. Being issued by each bank, names of issuers varied by banks, but the face value and the forms were unified.
  563. Being jigekanjin, however, Suino's authority in practical jobs was equivalent to that of Kyokumu and Kanmu.
  564. Being killed in war was shifted from a muck to an honor, and childbirth was shifted from a personal matter to a national project having the slogan of 'Give birth to a lot of children and increase the population'.
  565. Being kind, the Emperor followed the will, permitted Kanemichi to serve as a Nairan (an assistant who had the right to observe political affairs), and then appointed him Kanpaku.
  566. Being known as a heavy drinker, he is considered to have had almost no rice (even when he occasionally had rice, he ate only a grain or two) but had meals only with sake (rice wine) and side dishes for 50 years or the latter half of his life.
  567. Being likely to be mistaken for 'Asama,' the name was replaced with 'Toki' when the train operation schedules were revised on December 1, 2002.
  568. Being lured by gaiety, he got into action with his cheeks covered, drinking and dancing to spend the whole night.
  569. Being made to be full of natural beauty, these gardens were not only there to appreciate, but also to use as a space to conduct ceremonies.
  570. Being mostly provided with the rice crop of around 1,000 koku, the earnings of these koke were often smaller compared with their family statuses or their governmental post levels.
  571. Being no longer a state subject to China, Korea performed a reform in 1897: 'the name of the country' was changed into 'Korea,' Gojong acceded to the throne, and the Korean Empire was founded.
  572. Being obstructed by the precincts and the neighboring Goryo Park, Hirokoji Street is divided into north and south like a crank.
  573. Being of practical use as well, it is one of Japan's best-known lacquerware in Japan.
  574. Being of the main branch of the Taira clan and of extraordinary good looks, his appearance in the imperial court was associated with the coming of Hikaru Genji.
  575. Being offended, Nobuyori said 'You are violent.
  576. Being official grains under the control of Kokushi (provincial governor), it was prohibited from being offered as suiko (government loans, often seed rice, made to peasants in Japan from the 7th through 12th centuries) in the same way as shozei (the rice tax stored in provincial offices warehouse) and it remained even after the integration of official grains in 734.
  577. Being on the shore to the south of the old town area of Ulsan across the bay, the location of Enbo Wakan is now the premise of Hyundai auto plant.
  578. Being one of the branch families of the Imperial family gave the value to the family line, and not a few cases that persons pretended to be a member of Kobetsu/Oson are found in Japanese history.
  579. Being one of the distinguished families of Kawachi Genji, the Takeda clan became sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord during the Sengoku period) during the Sengoku period,
  580. Being only woman among male students, she experienced various types of bullying and went through hardship and troubles, but she graduated with excellent results in three years.
  581. Being originally a samurai belonging to the Watanabe party in Settsu Province, which was under the umbrella of Settsu-Genji (Minamoto clan), he served Imperial Princess Muneko (Josaimonin), a daughter of Emperor Toba, as a Hokumen samurai (samurai on guard at the ex-emperor's palace).
  582. Being orphaned at very young age, Tosai had unhappy upbringing but, during the visit of Jikuan Join, the naturalized priest from Qing, to Kofuku-ji Temple in Nagasaki (Nagasaki City), Jikuan Join took a kindly interest in Tosai whereby Tosai became his disciple.
  583. Being outraged by this, Inoue retired the following year.
  584. Being outstanding in scholarship and personality, he was respected by many people of various social levels.
  585. Being placed above daijokan (Grand Council of State) that handled administration, it was placed at the top of the government system.
  586. Being placed within a bay, the area is relatively safe with quiet waves.
  587. Being pleased that things go as he/she wishes is a clean mental state of Bosatsu.
  588. Being positioned at an important place in traffic from ancient times, the area was highly evaluated strategically as well.
  589. Being proud of himself/herself is a clean mental state of Bosatsu.
  590. Being provided a high status due to its close relationship with the Tokugawa shogun family, the Matsudaira family in Nagasawa was treated as Hatamoto with the kotaiyoriai status, but earned only 200 koku of rice for chigyo (control of a territory).
  591. Being raided en masse, the Satsuma army fiercely fought the government army, but at last, was forced to retreat towards the Kagoshima-kaido Road.
  592. Being recognized by Aritomo YAMAGATA, he went into politics.
  593. Being regarded as a children's festival, children help setting up bamboo trunks or collecting old Shimekazari and so on.
  594. Being related to the Imperial Prince, Morosuke lead the Imperial Court, and Emperor Murakami's government, which was supported by Morosuke, was called the Tenryaku no chi.
  595. Being related to yamabushi, divinities connected to mountains exist in some of these places.
  596. Being reluctant to accept this situation, people in his former territory and his former retainers caused the Takefu disturbance in 1870, and he was included in Kazoku (peerage) in 1879, being awarded the status of baron in 1884.
  597. Being reminiscent of the JNR era, the JR bus company as well operates some routes along JR Shinkansen lines (centered between Tokyo and Nagoya/Keihanshin area).
  598. Being robbed of his wife, not paid back the money he lent and beaten nearly to death by the Matsunaga family, Kumataro, supported by his sworn young brother, Yagoro, decided to get square with them.
  599. Being satisfied and the mind lit up with joy is a clean mental state of Bosatsu.
  600. Being seasoned heavily, they stored well.
  601. Being skeptical that Kurikuma and Taima may join the Oama no Miko, Otomo no Oji ordered KUSU no Iwate and SAEKI no Otoko to kill both if governors showed any signs of disobedience.
  602. Being so freightened by the false news, the soldiers of Otomo no oji army quickly fled away.
  603. Being so lonely, I would rather like to die, unless I cannot see you (by Imperial Prince Motoyoshi).
  604. Being so well versed in the tea ceremony, Harutomi was certified as having achieved a full mastership and, in Ryoryosai's later years, events related to tea ceremony were given with Harutomi acting as the iemoto.
  605. Being sold as an ekiben meant that containers could not be collected, which contributed to the rapid spread of using disposable paper-thin wood boxes.
  606. Being strongly connected to Esoteric Buddhism, it is sometimes considered a sect of Buddhism.
  607. Being strongly trusted by Nijo, Kiyomori put direct Imperial rule on track.
  608. Being such a descriptive format, Kiden-tai often causes the same articles to be repeated, but shows information on an individual figure and on a nation comprehensively, and enables them to be understood well.
  609. Being suitable for high-speed operation, the Kosei Line was utilized for testing the speed improvement of the JNR/JR Limited Express Series 381, JR (West) Suburban Train Series 221, JR (Shikoku) Limited Express Series 8000, etc., beginning in the era of Japan National Railways (JNR).
  610. Being superior in archery and horseback-riding, Shigetomo followed Yoritomo to conduct inuomono (a dog-hunting event), ushiomono (a cow hunting event), kokasagake (shooting arrows toward distant target) and so on, and often played the role of an archer at the New Year Yumi-hajime (First archery).
  611. Being sure that Kozukenosuke would be at home on this date, Kuranosuke OISHI decided to make a raid on Kira's residence on the date.
  612. Being surprised, Tomomitsu consulted with Yoshimura MIURA, and met together with Yoshimori WADA and other gokenin at Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine, where they requested that Nakanari NAKAHARA, kujibugyonin (magistrate), who held a grudge against Kagetoki, prepare a letter of condemnation.
  613. Being surrounded by the students' voices and songs of protest, the Emperor left Kyoto University after 2 pm through a throng of policemen.
  614. Being that Ichiban-yari was considered proof of valor, it not only raised a soldier's reputation, but also made them eligible for Onsho (reward grants).
  615. Being that he lived in Japanese society, it is possible to say that this was a blind spot for Oshima.
  616. Being the 6th generation of the Kaminoyonanayo, in the medieval period, Omodaru Ayakashikone came to be regarded as the suijaku (literally, trace manifestation) of evil spirit which was the highest rank in the heavens in Buddhism, from the perspective of syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism.
  617. Being the Konpon kyoten (primal scripture) of the Sotoshu sect, this book was copied frequently after Dogen's death.
  618. Being the chief adviser to the Emperor, Uchitsuomi presided over important state affairs while assisting the Emperor, and it was an important post comparable to ministers.
  619. Being the eldest child, for a brief period of time he inherited the role of being family head and running a kimono fabric store (Araki-ya store) which had been run by the family for generations; however, he later handed over that responsibility to his younger brother Hyosuke and immersed himself entirely in the study of calligraphy.
  620. Being the first Sessho not of imperial rank, Yoshifusa had reached the pinnacle of his career.
  621. Being the first aide to Emperor Reigen, Fuyutsune competed with Motohiro KONOE for power.
  622. Being the grandson of Kinfusa TOKUDAIJI, he was adopted by Kunfusa to carry on the name of TOKUDAIJI.
  623. Being the head of Shin-Heike (Pro-Taira family) Gozoku (local ruling family) in the northern region, he was much trusted by Kiyomori and others.
  624. Being the hikan of Shingen means that he was a direct subordinate of Shingen.
  625. Being the maternal relative of Emperor Gosaga, the family enjoyed their prosperity, but became extinct during the early Muromachi period.
  626. Being the older brother of Yoritomo, who later became seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), he was described as a cool young warrior.
  627. Being the patriarch of Tachibana clan, he was also called Sadatoshi (Sadanori) TACHIBANA.
  628. Being the second son of Chuzaburo SHIGEYAMA, the third, he looked up to his father as his teacher.
  629. Being the shortest line connecting Nagoya and Nara, direct trains used to be operated on the line in the past.
  630. Being the son of a distinguished family, he has a unique career as the 10th graduating class of Kabuki Actor Training Center of National Theater of Japan.
  631. Being the youngest daughter of the couple of Michinaga and Rinshi, Kishi's future should have been promising, along with her elder sisters who ultimately became Sango (Grand Empress dowager, Empress Dowager and Empress), as the Crown Princess and soon or later as the Empress.
  632. Being told of the boar that killed Prince Kosaka, Prince Oshikuma wondered about and feared of the boar so much that he retreated his army to Sumiyoshi.
  633. Being too dependent on travel agents; lagging behind in using the Internet
  634. Being trapped with traditions and not changing the situation, the State will collapse like rocks crumbling.
  635. Being unable to bear seeing his master in the descendent, Hachiemon reproves him in tears.
  636. Being unaware of that, Shinbei picks a quarrel with the man, and is surprised to know that the man is his mother.
  637. Being upset (a story of being upset due to failure or forgetting)
  638. Being upset, Ganjin headed for Tenjiku (India) from Canton, but he was dissuaded from doing so by his disciples and devotees.
  639. Being usable both on the subway and Kintetsu Lines, cards supporting KANSAI THRU PASS can be used for the automatic ticket gates.
  640. Being very particular about making noodles, many Udon noodles shops still knead dough by hand.
  641. Being very popular, "Hakkenden" was already made into a program of Kabuki even while it was being published, and has produced excerpts, adaptations and epigones.
  642. Being warriors, land stewards often resorted to arms when settling disputes.
  643. Being well versed in the Ono and Hirosawa schools of the Shingon Sect, he authored numerous works including 'Gushi Kanjo Gishiki' as well as having numerous rainmaking miracles attributed to him.
  644. Being well-preserved, it is currently managed by the Imperial Household Agency.
  645. Being worried about the state of Kamigata (Kansai region) kabuki, Nizaemon made up his mind to protect the presence of the tradition and daringly held self-promoted performances five times in and after 1962; he called them 'Nizaemon Kabuki' and funded them himself.
  646. Being, as it were, remnants of sencha, konacha is cheap, but is often said to be of good taste for its price as the quality itself of tea leaves is as good as that of sencha.
  647. Beipu Incident
  648. Beisai
  649. Beisia Denki Ranzan
  650. Beizan-ji Temple Pagoda (Mihara City, Hiroshima Prefecture), Important Cultural Property
  651. Bekka (a program for foreign students)
  652. Bekka (the time for Rengyoshu to cut themselves off from usual lives in order to purify their minds and bodies)
  653. Bekkaku Kanpeisha received the same treatments as Kanpei shosha (small-scale Kanpeisha).
  654. Bekkaku-Honzan (special head temple)
  655. Bekkaku-Kanpeisha (a special government shrine).
  656. Bekkaku-honzan (quasi-head temple)
  657. Bekkaku-honzan (special head temple)
  658. Bekkaku-honzan (special head temple) Denpuku-ji Temple (Wakayama City)
  659. Bekkaku-honzan (special head temple): The Kanchi-in Temple (Minami Ward, Kyoto City), the Hobodai-in Temple (Minami Ward, Kyoto City), the Unsho-ji Temple (Shibuya Ward, Tokyo Prefecture), the Tairyu-ji Temple (Chuo Ward, Kobe City)
  660. Bekkaku-honzan, Special Head Temple
  661. Bekkaku-kanpeisha Shrine
  662. Bekkoame (tortoiseshell candy)
  663. Bekkoame candy
  664. Belatedly, Yoshiteru also encountered Shoji IMOSE and found the Imperial standard flying there.
  665. Belfry
  666. Belfry (Important Cultural Property)
  667. Belfry (Important Cultural Property): Constructed during the Muromachi period.
  668. Belfry: A two storey structure with a bell suspended in the upper storey.
  669. Belfry: Built during the Edo period
  670. Belfry: Constructed in 1196.
  671. Belfry: Constructed in 1641
  672. Belfry: Constructed in 1804 and designated a tangible cultural asset by Kyoto City.
  673. Belfry: Reconstructed in the mid Edo period
  674. Belfry: Registered as a Cultural Property by the Kyoto Prefectural Government.
  675. Belgian street stalls sell authentic waffles and crepes.
  676. Belgium (The Emperor attended the state funeral of King Baudouin I [the King of Belgium])
  677. Belgium: Joostens
  678. Belief
  679. Belief in 'Tatari-chi (place of tatari)' found throughout Japan can be a reflection of primitive religious concept.
  680. Belief in Bishamonten dates back to the Asuka period.
  681. Belief in Dakini in later India
  682. Belief in Dakiniten in Japan
  683. Belief in Hachiman
  684. Belief in Hotei in China
  685. Belief in Hotei in Japan
  686. Belief in Izuna-gongen is described slightly differently between each engi (writing about the history) and saimon (address to the gods).
  687. Belief in Tenjin (heavenly deities) increased during the Heian period and SUGAWARA no Michizane (Tenjin) was enshrined alongside the existing deities, leading the shrine to become named Tenjin-gu Shrine.
  688. Belief in huge trees survived since ancient times and elderly trees still remain in Japan today, and so do tatari folk traditions about elderly trees.
  689. Beliefs in Kohechi
  690. Beliefs of People During the Heian Period
  691. Beliefs related to the rice harvest
  692. Beliefs related to the rice harvest are a fundamental thread running through Shinto.
  693. Believed to be a son of Okuninushi, Kotoshiro nushi is said to have originally come not from Izumo, but from Yamato.
  694. Believed to be about constructing a building for Niinamesai (ceremonial offering by the Emperor of newly-harvested rice to the deities).
  695. Believed to be an Unkei piece due to its intellectual graceful expression and the sharp craftsmanship of the clothing.
  696. Believed to be the only surviving work of calligraphy by Chinese Song Dynasty Zen monk Mi'an Xianjie ('Mittan Kanketsu' in Japanese) ('bokuseki' refers to the handwriting of a high-ranking Zen priest).
  697. Believed to bring good fortune in battles among warriors during the Japanese medieval period, abalone was used as gifts for soldiers at the time of war.
  698. Believed to have been brought from China by Shunjo's student Tankai in 1255 along with the Buddhist ashes.
  699. Believed to have been completed in 896 on the first anniversary of the death of MINAMOTO no Toru.
  700. Believed to have been created during the early Heian period.
  701. Believed to have been painted by an acquaintance for a Nanzen-ji Temple monk named Shihaku to depict his ideal hermit lifestyle and is known as the oldest surviving shosai-zu (a landscape paintings with an inscription of verses expounding the ideal lifestyle of a Zen monk).
  702. Believed to have once stood in Takakura, Manjuji-dori, Shimogyo Ward and was highly renowned as the fifth of the Kyoto-Gozan.
  703. Believers are faithful to the teachings of Shinran and, there are no ideas or ideology that is unique to Shinrankai.
  704. Believers of other sects are allowed to burn incense according to the manner of their own sects.
  705. Believers of the Fujimon-ryu sect (Nichiren Shoshu sect) and Soka Gakkai, which is a lay religion, pronounce 'Nanmyohorengekyo.'
  706. Believers other than the clergy who are engaged in the management of church are called 'shitsuji.'
  707. Believers refer to them collectively as 'Woshide literature.'
  708. Believing Hideyoshi's allegation about Kazumasa's side switching, the Azai side stopped supplying army provisions and soldiers to Sawayama-jo Castle by lake.
  709. Believing descriptions in "Shinsen Shojiroku" (Newly Compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility), he was a descendant of Izumoshikoomi no mikoto who was a great-grandson of Nigihayahi no Mikoto.
  710. Believing false charges, Takakuni HOSOKAWA often forced his own vassals to commit suicide.
  711. Believing in omens, Kanji 望 (to hope) is used for Bo of Bonenkai in some cases instead of 忘 (to forget) as usual.
  712. Believing in the miraculous efficacy of Sumiyoshi Myojin God, he was a mysterious man who acted unusually.
  713. Believing it to be a curse brought by goryo (vengeful ghosts), a goryo-e (ritual to repose the souls of the dead) was held on May 20, 863 at Shinsenen in the city of Heian-Kyo.
  714. Believing that his wife had committed adultery, Kakutaro divorced Hinakinu and he himself was confined to a hermitage in Tamagaeshi village.
  715. Believing that the right haircut would result in brain development, he kept changing where he had his hair cut.
  716. Believing the slander of his assistant Yoshikane SHIBUKAWA, Kanto Shitsuji (assistant to Kanto Kubo), he notified Yoshimasa of the rebellion of Mochitomo UESUGI of the Ogigayatsu Uesugi clan, which led to the objection of support to Masatomo within the Uesugi clan.
  717. Believing this had been done by Shishinoko, he renamed it Tomogiri (literally "friend cutter").
  718. Believing this posed the risk that the Yi Dynasty Korea might be regarded as a Russian protected state, Japan tried to clarify the fact of its independence by changing its name to the Korean Empire in order to maintain Japan's clout on Korea in 1897.
  719. Believing this to be 'a blessing from God,' he had his soldiers make kanjiki (round or lattice-type snowshoes that are made of bamboo or other materials and that are worn on the feet for use as walking aids to avoid slipping when walking on snow or damp ground).
  720. Believing wrong teachings makes people and their country perish.
  721. Bell
  722. Bell evacuated from Narita City in Chiba Prefecture (owned by the National Museum of Japanese History), 774
  723. Bell for deliverance from earthly bondage in Kasagi-dera Temple
  724. Bell of Kanzeon-ji Temple in Fukuoka Prefecture, an old bells molded by the same wooden form.
  725. Bell of Kofuku-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture, 727, the second oldest bell in Japan with a confirmed date.
  726. Bell of Myoshin-ji Temple in Kyoto Prefecture, 698
  727. Bell of Ominesan-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture
  728. Bell of Onjo-ji Temple in Shiga Prefecture, customarily called Bell Dragged by Benkei
  729. Bell of Ryuo-ji Temple in Shiga Prefecture
  730. Bell of Sai-in of Horyu-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture
  731. Bell of Shin-Yakushi-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture
  732. Bell of Shinzen-in Temple in Gifu Prefecture
  733. Bell of Taima-dera Temple in Nara Prefecture, one of the oldest Japanese bells along with the bell of Myoshin-ji Temple
  734. Bell of To-in of Horyu-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture, formerly Bell of Chugu-ji Temple
  735. Bell of Todai-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture
  736. Bell of Tofuku-ji Temple in Kyoto Prefecture
  737. Bell of Tsurugi-jinja Shrine in Fukui Prefecture, 770
  738. Bell of Yakushi-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture
  739. Bell tower
  740. Bell tower (at Manju-ji Temple)
  741. Bell tower - former Important Cultural Property
  742. Bell tower: Completed in 1737
  743. Bell tower: Constructed in 1623 along with other buildings including the Bishamon-do.
  744. Bell towers (sho-ro towers) were also designed to give time signals and many of them were built in pairs in Chinese provincial capitals.
  745. Bell: Cast in the year 875.
  746. Bellows fold
  747. Bells
  748. Bells that were designated cultural property and other old or important bells still exist, but many bells produced in modern times were melted down and it is said that over 90% of Japanese bells were lost during World War II.
  749. Belonged to Kukai
  750. Belonged to the Nanzen-ji sect until 1904.
  751. Belonged to the Tenryu-ji sect until 1905.
  752. Belonged to the Tofuku-ji sect until 1880.
  753. Belonging to Kogenin (Shokoku-ji Temple Tacchu sub-temple)
  754. Belonging to Mokuryo (Bureau of Carpentry) or Shurishiki (Office of Palace Repairs), Shotei were engaged in construction work.
  755. Belonging to Rokuon-ji Temple (Kinkaku-ji Temple)
  756. Belonging to Shokoku-ji Temple
  757. Belonging to the Equestrian club in his school days of Gakushuin School, he played an active part as the captain since the autumn of his second grade year of high school.
  758. Belonging to the FUJIWARA no Yoshikado line of the FUJIWARA clan, a lower-ranking government official class, he served as Daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education under the ritsuryo system) and Kurodo (Chamberlain) but distinguished himself as a Keishi (household superintendent) of FUJIWARA no Tadamichi.
  759. Belonging to the Umami burial tumulus group, it was constructed in an era earlier than most of the tumuli in the group.
  760. Belongs to the Maebo family (前防家).
  761. Beloved concubine of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune
  762. Below 25 degree Celsius
  763. Below OTOMO no Otomaro was the Seito Fukushi/Seii Fukushi, SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro, who was appointed Seii Taishogun on November 5, 797.
  764. Below and to the left of the front inscription, which commemorates Tametomo's landing, one can see inscribed the name of the monument's creator: Heihachiro TOGO.
  765. Below are currently active regional yose programs.
  766. Below are listed some typical Buddha halls which bear the name 'Yakushi-do'.
  767. Below are the examples.
  768. Below are the important cultural properties at Doshisha University specified by Japanese Government.
  769. Below are the main retainers.
  770. Below are the registered tangible cultural properties at Doshisha University, which are designated by the Japanese Government.
  771. Below is a list of descendants from the Kainsho clain in chronological order; however, not necessarily all of them are in this list.
  772. Below is a list of major items that are thought to have been moved and still exist.
  773. Below is a poem she wrote, under the order of Emperor Gensho, for Minushi no himemiko, who became ill, during her later years when she was called Ishikawa no Uchimyobu.
  774. Below is a selection of masks stored in Shoso-in with descriptions of their features.
  775. Below is a summary which includes some quotes from the original 'Datsu-A Ron.'
  776. Below is a technique in which a famous passage from Shakespeare's dramas and "Mother Goose" is cited to suggest a separate meaning.
  777. Below is an explanation about the Emperors and the political system since ancient Japan.
  778. Below is the abstract from pages 82-85 and 193-239 of the "Fukuzawa Yukichi no Shinjitsu" (The Truth about Yukichi FUKUZAWA) (Bunshun Shinsho paperback, ISBN 4-16-660394-9) by Yo HIRAYAMA, an Assistant Professor of the Faculty of International Relations of University of Shizuoka.
  779. Below is the abstract from the section of Takeo IDA in the Taisho Biographical Dictionary
  780. Below is the explanation about the Kani official rank system of Japan.
  781. Below pH 3
  782. Below the Ashigaru class were servants of a bushi family called Chugen (rank below common soldier), Komono (a lower servant) who were privately hired by Shibun.
  783. Below the Obangashira-jiseki, there were Mimawarigumi-Kumigashira (the head of Mimawarigumi) (300 hyo of bashodaka and Goshoinban-jiseki) and Mimawarigumi-Tsutomekata (200 hyo of bashodaka and Oban-jiseki), below both of which there was the Kyoto Mimawari Gumi of 200 members consisting of the second and third sons as shogun's retainers.
  784. Below the names of each person, years of birth and death, personal records such as promotion and appointment were written in addition.
  785. Below the platform there is a simple area comprising a toilet (vault toilet) and a parking space for bicycles.
  786. Below the title are the words, 'this was produced by Japanese Prince Shotoku and is not from overseas', which are written in a different handwriting from the main text.
  787. Below them, there were samurai who were formerly on the Heike side such as the Matsuura clan, the Akizuki clan, the Kamachi clan, and the Kikuchi clan.
  788. Below, sections are not in any order, but in each section, the names are placed in last name order according to the Japanese alphabet.
  789. Belt: Kakuobi (a stiff sash for men)
  790. Belts made in the Edo period that exist today are very hard because a thick coat of lacquer was applied to them.
  791. Belying his appearance as an able leader of the Ichiban-gumi, he was apparently a cheerful person who was always telling jokes and laughing.
  792. Bemin System (the system of Yamato sovereignty)
  793. Bemin system
  794. Bemin system is a system during the Yamato sovereignty, which refers to the system of subordination and service to the sovereignty and the system of the division of duties at the Imperial Court.
  795. Bemoaning this fact, Kagefumi started an independent survey of the various Jige-ke families' lineages.
  796. Ben came back to Japan and assumed the position of sangi (councilor), Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right) and Chue no chujo (Middle Captain of the Imperial Guard).
  797. Ben no Betto (a second principal having a high rank in the government)
  798. Ben no Naishi (a maid of honor to the Empress)
  799. Ben no Naishi (dates of birth and death unknown) was a female waka poet of Kamakura period.
  800. Ben promised Kaoru to tell him the secret concerning his birth and Kashiwagi's last words.
  801. Ben the Old Court Lady who had become a priestess after Okimi's demise decided to remain in Uji.
  802. Ben was a menotogo (the daughter of a menoto, a wet nurse to a high born baby) of the late Kashiwagi (a son of Tono Chujo - the first secretary's captain) (The Tale of Genji), and was Hachi no Miya's maid at that time.
  803. Ben: The lady-in-waiting who serves princesses of the Eighth Prince.
  804. Bencho
  805. Bencho (June 27, 1162 - March 23, 1238) was a Buddhist monk in the Jodo Sect from the late Heian period to the Kamakura period.
  806. Bencho built the Zendo-ji Temple in Yamamoto in Chikugo Province as a main Dojo for training nenbutsu (Buddhist invocation) in the Kyushu region, and opened the Ojoin Temple in Shirakawa in Higo Province (Kumamoto City) to found the Chinzei School which would form a mainstream of the Jodo Sect.
  807. Bencho came from Kazuki in Chikuzen Province (present, Yahatanishi-ku Ward, Kitakyushu City in Fukuoka Prefecture).
  808. Bencho entered the priesthood in 1168 and studied Buddhism on Mt. Hiei, and in 1175, he was given vows to follow jukai (precepts) at the Buddhist ordination platform called Kaidan in the Kanzeon-ji Temple and became a monk in the Tendai Sect.
  809. Bend each prong thus made outward and whittle the stem until only the skin is left.
  810. Bend the elbow joint, rotate the forearm outward, bend the hand joint, throwing diagonally forward, then put the opponent on his/her stomach and hold him/her down.
  811. Beneath the rank of tayu were several lower rank courtesans as follows: 67 koshi, 365 tsubone, 669 sancha, and 1004 jijoro.
  812. Beneath the southern part of the mountain, there are the ruins of Mitake-ji Temple, a large Buddhist temple of Shinkonho-ji Temple; the head temple of training seminaries for mountaineering asceticism.
  813. Beneath this same roof prostitutes were sleeping too ? clover and the moon
  814. Benefactor of Hida Province
  815. Benefiting from returning is an example of one's true intention of benefiting others.
  816. Benefits
  817. Benefits of Tomisuhara villagers
  818. Benevolent rule' was a policy principle promoted along this line of thought, and Shinryo Kogyo was one of the policies based on that principle.
  819. Bengal red: Iron oxide
  820. Bengara pongee
  821. Beni is currently used by maiko (apprentice geisha) and geigi (geisha) in Kyoto and tayu (geisha of the highest rank) in Shimabara (the geisha district in Kyoto), and is also used as dye.
  822. Beni is not harmful to health because it is a cosmetic made from pure natural ingredients.
  823. Beni is very expensive because it takes a lot of time and care to produce it.
  824. Beni kase (literally, pink deer's back)
  825. Beni was used widely for clothing during this period, but it was hardly used for cosmetic purposes.
  826. Beni-shoga
  827. Beni-shoga (Red pickled ginger)
  828. Beni-shoga is a pickles made from pickling groundnuts of ginger in plum vinegar.
  829. Benibana soba (Murayama Region)
  830. Benie
  831. Beniya
  832. Benjamin Smith LYMAN (American)
  833. Benji-do Hall
  834. Benjo soba (the buckwheat noodles of Fukuchi-cho Town)
  835. Benkan (Collective name of posts in Daijokan)
  836. Benkan (Oversight Department: division of the daijokan responsible for controlling central and provincial governmental offices) kudashibumi (document issued by a superior or office) was issued (on June 13, 1221) for shugo and jito (military governor and estate steward) appointed by the Kamakura bakufu, to search and capture Yoshitoki HOJO, when the Jokyu War took place.
  837. Benkan (officials of the dajokan [Grand Council of State] including Kanmu [the collective name for the offices of the sadaishi or senior recorder of the left, and the udaishi or senior recorder of the right], Shi [clerks], Takumiryo [Bureau of Skilled Artisans], Kajo[officials under Benkan and in charge of supervising Shibu] and 弁侍)
  838. Benkan collectively means the posts of Sadaiben, Udaiben, Sachuben, Uchuben, Sashoben, and Ushoben in Daijokan which is the highest organization of the Imperial Court.
  839. Benkan had subordinates of Shi (ritsuryo system) (Sadaishi, Udaishi, Sashoshi, Ushoshi), Tsukaibe, Kajo, Shisho, Jikicho, and the like and formed left and right Benkankyoku with them.
  840. Benkankyoku
  841. Benkankyoku was an important office that was in charge of practical business of Daijokan under the Giseikan (Daijin, Dainagon, Chunagon, Sangi), and was collectively called Daijokan Sankyoku together with Shonagon.
  842. Benkei
  843. Benkei Crab
  844. Benkei Ginata Shiki
  845. Benkei Go
  846. Benkei Grass
  847. Benkei Pattern
  848. Benkei Shosun-zu Ema (illustration of Benkei and Shoshun on horseback) (Kitano Tenmangu Shrine, Kyoto) Important Cultural Asset 1608
  849. Benkei Stone (Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture)
  850. Benkei answers, 'We are priests dispatched to the Hokurikiudo area on a mission to reconstruct Nara Todai-ji Temple.'
  851. Benkei attacks the surrounding enemies and a battle started, and Yoshitsune and his party ran away from the residence.
  852. Benkei came across Yoshitsune, who was walking on the Gojo-Ohashi Bridge (or in the temple ground of Kiyomizu Kannon according to "Gikeiki") while playing a flute when there was only one sword left to get until his wish was to be made.
  853. Benkei carried seven gears on his back and allegedly one of them was a kumade.
  854. Benkei has been used as a byword for a heroic figure, and there have been born various words and phrases attributable to such an impression.
  855. Benkei involuntarily comes back to Yoshitsune's accommodation with Shizuka.
  856. Benkei is a leading role in "Ataka," a play of Sarugaku (comical mimicry and speech performance in Heian period) and Noh, and "Kanjincho," a Kabuki play based on that Ataka.
  857. Benkei read a fake kanjincho, a statement to explain reasons to gather donations for Buddhist activities, and beat Yoshitsune, who was suspected as a fugitive, with his kongozue (a big walking stick used by a mountain priest in his training).
  858. Benkei realizes this.
  859. Benkei replys saying that he too shed tears.
  860. Benkei says okay, let's set out.
  861. Benkei says the following and talks about the origin of yamabushi.
  862. Benkei says the following when the Goriki tells that to him.
  863. Benkei takes up a scroll he had with him by chance, and, pretending it is a real kanjincho, he "reads" it aloud sonorously (the Scene of Reading Kanjincho Aloud).
  864. Benkei talks to himself, 'how could we possibly have kanjincho?'
  865. Benkei was originally a geino-so (a priest who takes charge of performing arts) for Ennen (singing and dancing performed by priests and pages after Buddhist services in temples, which started from the middle of the Heian era) at Enryaku-ji Temple.
  866. Benkei went to Shikoku and then to the Harima Province, but he also acted wild and caused the temple building of Engyo-ji Temple to burn down.
  867. Benkei's Seven Retreats (Mt. Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture)
  868. Benkei's Seven Tools
  869. Benkei's Standing Death
  870. Benkei's Weak Point
  871. Benkei's Weak Point is his shin, which feels acute pain as the nerves run immediately on the shin bone just under the skin, and however strong a man is like Benkei, he sheds tears when he is hit on the shin; hence the Japanese name of 'the place that makes Benkei cry'.
  872. Benkei's death is very much similar to the death of Dian Wei in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms in that the hero fought a great fight for his master and died on his feet as he was shot by so many arrows.
  873. Benkei's performance made the check station officials believe that no retainer would possibly beat his master with a stick, and Yoshitsune's party successfully passed through the check point.
  874. Benkei, guessing that Yoshitsune wants to stay there a little longer since he is reluctant to part from Shizuka, orders the fisherman to set the boat to bear off soon, saying that Yoshitsune, who entered a battlefield despite a tempest, shouldn't say such a weak-hearted thing.
  875. Benkei, who comes on stage with Yoshitsune, announces that Yoshitsune has decided to go to Saigoku because he got on the wrong side of Yoritomo.
  876. Benkei-Gani (Crab).
  877. Benkei-So (lit. Benkei grass).
  878. Benkei-geta-odori dance in the Benkei Festival
  879. Benrido produced their printed copies of the murals through the use of collotype printing in 1938.
  880. Benrido took photographs of monochrome in full-scale size which were divided the murals into several parts, those of infrared, and those of color separation.
  881. Benten SOGANOYA and Rintaro TOMA were her half brothers.
  882. Benten-bashi Bridge (behind Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum)=> Misu Komon Shiryokan (Misu Lock Gate Museum)=> (turn-round)=> Benten-bashi Bridge
  883. Benten-do
  884. Benten-jima Island (Fukuyama City)
  885. Benten-sha Shrine
  886. Bentendo
  887. Bentendo - Built on the northeast coast of Rinsen in Showa 5 (1930)
  888. Bentenkozo Kikunosuke
  889. Bentenkozo was performed by Kikugoro ONOE the sixth, a biological child of the fifth, and Uzaemon ICHIMURA the 15th before the war, and by Kanzaburo NAKAMURA the 13th and Baiko ONOE the seventh after the war.
  890. Bentenshima (Hyakkanshima) Island toba (stupa)
  891. Bento (lunch box)
  892. Bento businesses boasting warm bento delivered at specified times also became available.
  893. Bento filled with rice ball or rice stuffed with sushi is also popular.
  894. Bento is a kind of portable food and is the equivalent of one meal.
  895. Bento lunches (boxed lunches) also cannot be delivered.
  896. Bento' is derived from informal language '便當' in the Chinese Southern Sung dynasty which means 'convenience' or 'usefulness.'
  897. Bentoniban' is the part of a place-name, and 'niban' is not a lot number.
  898. Benzaiten
  899. Benzaiten (Sarasvati): day of the Kishi (the sixth of the Chinese sexagenary cycle)
  900. Benzaiten (a female deity)-ki (book) (in 1734)
  901. Benzaiten enshrined in Tenkawa Daibenzaiten-sha Shrine is usually closed to the public except during the special event of gokaicho (unveiling an image) held once every 60 years, when the 'Reitai-sai Festival' is held and various performances including nohgaku (the art of noh) are presented.
  902. Benzaiten is one of the deva guardian gods in Buddhism.
  903. Benzaiten was originally a Buddhist god but is considered a Shinto god in Japan.
  904. Benzaiten-do hall (hall devoted to the goddess Saraswati)
  905. Benzo TAKIGAWA
  906. Benzo TAKIGAWA (1851-1925) was a Japanese entrepreneur, politician, and a heavyweight of the business world in Kobe City.
  907. Benzo YODA
  908. Benzo YODA (June 21, 1853 - December 12, 1925) was a Japanese Hokkaido pioneer.
  909. Benzo stored a year's worth of rice in Otsu (present-day Toyokoro-cho), but it was difficult to transport it to Obihiro.
  910. Benzo was born the second son of Sukeichi TAKIGAWA, a retainer of the Choshu Domain, at Chofu in 1851.
  911. Beppon
  912. Beppon (different book)
  913. Beppon is the manuscript of The Tale of Genji which does not belong to either the Aobyoshi-bon manuscript or the Kawachi-bon manuscript among those of The Tale of Genji.
  914. Beppon of annotative text line
  915. Beppon of mixed texts line
  916. Beppon of old tradition line
  917. Beppu Myoban-onsen Hot Spring's technique for producing yunohana natural bath salts (March 15, 2006)
  918. Beppu organized two extra battalions in Kajiki, and became the leader thereof (later, the two battalions became the sixth battalion and the seventh battalion, but both had only half the number of members of a regal battalion and also their equipments was inferior.)
  919. Beppyo Jinja (Shrines on the Special List)
  920. Beppyo Jinja and Former Kankokuheisha (imperial shrines and national shrines)
  921. Beppyo jinja are treated separately as follows in terms of personnel affairs.
  922. Beppyo jinja refers to shrines designated and tracked by Jinja-Honcho (The Association of Shinto Shrines).
  923. Beppyo jinjya is not a rating system like the shrine ranking system; it is a system used only to classify Shinto shrines based on shrine personnel matters.
  924. Beriberi
  925. Berlin - Tokyo ten (exhibition)' at Berlin New National Gallery (Berlin, Germany)
  926. Berlin University of Technology
  927. Bernadette Roberts, author of the recent work "The Experience of No-Self, A Contemplative Journey," is an ordinary housewife who has written about her experience, describing Christianity as an object of belief.
  928. Bernard LEACH
  929. Bernard Thadee Petitjean
  930. Bernard Thadee Petitjean (born June 14,1829; died October 7, 1884) was a Roman Catholic priest from France.
  931. Bernardino de Avila GIRON was a Spanish trading merchant.
  932. Bertrand RUSSELL: July 19, 1921, British mathematician
  933. Beside "八乙女," in kanji, Yaotome is given the following:八社女, 八少女, and 八乎止女.
  934. Beside Kannon-do, there is the 20th Kannon-zo, after that, the road goes down a steep slope to Hatenashi Pass.
  935. Beside Munakata-taisha Shrine they are enshrined at Itsukushima-jinja Shrine (Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture), Tajima-jinja Shrine (Yobuko-cho, Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture), as well as in other Munakata-jinja Shrines, Itsukushima-jinja Shrines, Hachioji-sha Shrines and Amanomanai-sha Shrines in various places.
  936. Beside a simply colored Inoko mochi cake in red or white and one covered with boiled azuki beans, there are many differently shaped and colored ones, using different materials such as soybeans, azuki beans, black-eyed peas, sesame seeds, chestnuts, persimmons, wheat glutens and so on, depending on the region.
  937. Beside priests, some miko, although few in number, are recruited through educational institutions such as colleges and training schools.
  938. Beside such gilt bronze statues as the Great Buddha at Todai-ji Temple, various methods of producing Buddhist images were used, including the most popular kanshitsuzo (dry lacquer wooden statues) and sozo (earthen images), as well as gold or silver images, stone statues and also molded or extruded clay forms.
  939. Beside the Dozo, there was an as large as twenty-six-mat Japanese room.
  940. Beside the above, gold coins named Kaiki-shoho and silver coins named Taihei-genpo were cast on a trial basis in 760 AD, but they failed to circulate as widely as the copper coins.
  941. Beside the above, the following are also included: Imperial Prince Iyo, Fujiwara no Yoshiko (Mrs. FUJIWARA and the mother of Imperial Prince Iyo), the retired Emperor Sutoku, Fujiwara no Yorinaga (Uji no Akusafu), Emperor Antoku, the retired Emperor Gotoba, the retired Emperor Juntoku, and the retired Emperor Tsuchimikado.
  942. Beside the pond named Azoga-ike in mountain areas, she prayed to the guardian dragon of the pond for her son's good fortune in battle and the revival of Genji (Minamoto clan).
  943. Beside the pond, a half-coat called haori was folded, and a set of tea ceremony utensils were also placed there as if he conducted a tea ceremony by himself there.
  944. Beside the stone 3270 meters away from the river (called 'sanju-cho-ishi'), there is also a guidepost of stone jizo which has Funagata-kohai (boat-shaped halo) and was carved in the style of hannikubori (mezzo-rilievo).
  945. Beside their photographs and ancestral tablets, statues of Bato Kannon (horse-headed Kannon) or Kannon Bosatsu (Kannon Buddhisattva) are enshrined.
  946. Beside those dishes listed above, aburamono (grilled food), steamed foods and nabemono (a one-pot dish) may also be served.
  947. Beside, you could not make reservations for the changing buses beforehand.
  948. Besides "Konjaku Monogatari Shu" (a collection of anecdotes), as well as a chapter of "Fuso Ryakki" (A Brief History of Japan) mentioning the episode in 798 also introduces tradition about the foundation of Kiyomizu-dera Temple.
  949. Besides "Korekata", he was also called "Iken", "Korekane", and the like.
  950. Besides 'O-joya,' this position's name varied by region under the names of: "Onanushi," "Warimoto (a village official)," "Kimoiri (a sponsor, middleman, and also a village official)," "To-mura (a manger or an official to control villages, ten villages or more as a group)", and "Gougashira."
  951. Besides Akiie, Yoshitaka NAWA and Moroyuki NANBU were also killed in the battle, and the Southern Court's army was totally defeated and took flight.
  952. Besides China, the whole region in the East Asia (including Japan, Korea) that was influenced by China adopted these units along with Chinese culture.
  953. Besides Fukuyama, it also spread to the branch family of the Abe clan (domain of Kariya, domain of Sanuki) and domain of Yonezawa.
  954. Besides Genshin's private school Fuundo laid the foundations not only of medical science but also of wide range of fields including chemistry, science, and natural philosophy, and he was praised as the titan of the middle period of Western studies.
  955. Besides Hanja, the uta-awase contest involves Kataudo (a person who submits a poem), and Omoibito (a role to praise and defend his/her own team member's poems).
  956. Besides Hibanoyama Mountain and Arima, Kumano City which are described in Nihonshoki, there are numerous places throughout Japan where Izanami is said to be buried, especially around the border between Izumo and Hoki.
  957. Besides Itagaki and Soejima, Shojiro GOTO, Shinpei ETO, Shinobu KOMURO, Kosei YURI, Kenzaburo OKAMOTO and Shigeru FURUSAWA signed the statement.
  958. Besides Japan, Taiwan, Spain, Egypt and the Italian island of Sardinia also produce Karasumi.
  959. Besides Japanese poetry, she also studied paintings and writings, sculpture, lute, Shinto flute, tea ceremony, and so on.
  960. Besides Junan, his titles included Kinri, Binchinsai, and Barado.
  961. Besides Kagehiro, he also had another child 'Takahiro KITAJO' having the same name as his own--It is said that Takahiro (the junior) returned to service of the Uesugi clan but failed in regaining the territory lost in Echigo and fell.
  962. Besides Kai Province, he also claimed Shinano Province, Suruga Province, Nishi-Kozuke Province, Totomi Province, Mikawa Province, and a part of Mino Province, while Takeda clan's territory continued to expand through the next generation, the reign under Katsuyori.
  963. Besides Katsuyori's relatives, many survived in the central force.
  964. Besides Kyo-ryori (local cuisine of Kyoto), because Chinese cuisine and grilled meat can be selected, one can readily enjoy the breeze-enjoying floor.
  965. Besides Kyoto Sanjusangen-do Hall, Toshiya was also held at Edo Sanjusangen-do Hall & the cloister of the Great Buddha Hall of Todai-ji Temple, both made for Toshiya.
  966. Besides Morichika, Okiaki HOSOKAWA was ordered by his father to commit jijin (suicide with one's sword) by his father, Tadaoki HOSOKAW, Nagamori MASHITA committed jijin in Iwatsuki Ward where he was banished to compensate for Moritsugu's crime, and Shigenari FURUTA did so for the suspicion of harboring Kunimatsu.
  967. Besides Motonaga, he had another child Harufusa MADENOKOJI.
  968. Besides Norimune, there were several other swordsmiths who inscribed the number '一' and a chrysanthemum but the brand of their swords are not Kikuichimonji and are not generally called as Kikuichimonji either.
  969. Besides Rosetsu, he used other noms de plume like Ushu Ryoja or Ushu.
  970. Besides Sanbaku INAMURA, the disciples of the same Gentaku OTSUKI such as Genzui UDAGAWA and Hosetsu OKADA were participated in the project.
  971. Besides Shitokan (four classifications of bureaucrats' ranks), there were additional posts such as Hanji (Judicial Officer) for judging criminals as Honkan (a general term of government posts excluding Shitokan), as well as Tokibe that engaged in interrogating criminals.
  972. Besides Shomyo-ji Temple of the Shingon Sect of Buddhism, mention is made of two other temples where it is said local village folk made their livings by cultivating temple grounds.
  973. Besides Soke, there are families that traditionally provided technical instructions of Nohgaku to Daimyo families (feudal lord families) in each school during the Edo period.
  974. Besides Takeo himself was jailed for a charge of abetting the residents since he had objected to Japanese officials' outrages upon residents of Taiwan, so his hope was dashed.
  975. Besides a right triangle with 3, 4, and 5 sides, this triangle is called 'triangle of shichi-go-san.'
  976. Besides a theory that says the Teiki indicated only a specific book of Ancient Japanese Literature, there is a theory that says the Teiki indicated not only a specific book but also the whole books which record the tradition of the genealogy of the Imperial Family
  977. Besides being active as a noh playwright to be described below, he devoted to put age-old Yokyoku (noh songs) to written text so that they could be handed down to later generations.
  978. Besides being an excursion route to Arashiyama and other sightseeing spots in the Rakusai area, it is also a convenient way to get to downtown Shijo-dori Street.
  979. Besides being entertaining spots themselves, hot-spring resort towns have therapeutic areas where hospitals for hot-spring cures and jisui-ryokan are located.
  980. Besides being illustrated on the game cards produced during the Edo period and Taisho period, they appear in stories in children's books of ghosts.
  981. Besides being rarely conducted, a funeral is not discussed as it is suggestive of bad luck of the family member's death, and so ordinary persons are at a loss as to what to do when the time comes for a funeral.
  982. Besides being served as Zaru-Udon, Kiryu Udon is also served as 'Kinoko Udon' (Udon noodles with mushroom).
  983. Besides being set up on the internal side of bamboo screens (to in effect from a double barrier), the Kicho screen was employed in large rooms as a moveable room divider and to obscure things from view etc.
  984. Besides being steamed, it may also be boiled.
  985. Besides boiling rice, there is a method of steaming it in a steamer basket.
  986. Besides estimating Takeda's casualties to be 1,000 and those of the allied forces 600 is more realistic than making an estimate of 10,000 to 12,000 and 6,000, respectively (see below).
  987. Besides exchanging foreign currencies for domestic currencies or vice versa, they handled money transfer and lending.
  988. Besides gagaku, they are also used in traditional arts performed at shrines and temples.
  989. Besides he excommunicated Sotetsu from Hirata's school.
  990. Besides he had to take care of domestic affairs and his siblings instead of his deceased mother.
  991. Besides high quality of the ingredients, it also requires the superior techniques of the chef, who is required at least ten years of training before a chef is recognized.
  992. Besides his own duty, Makibi was responsible for arranging the "Sekiten" hosted by Imperial Court, which honored saints of Confucianism including Koshi.
  993. Besides his renga collection "Chikamasa kushu" (Chikamsa renga private collection) (親当句集), his rengas were selected in "Chikurinsho" (Bamboo Grove Notes) and "Shinsentsukubashu" (the Newly Selected Tsukubashu).
  994. Besides his wife, he had a favorite concubine named Oyuu (Yuu SUGIURA) and with her, he had Toshio OKUBO, the fourth son; Sukuma OKUBO, the sixth son; Shichikuma OKUBO; the seventh son; and Toshikata OKUBO, the eighth son.
  995. Besides his work in Ukiyoe, he flourished as a painter of illustrations.
  996. Besides history books, he wrote the diary "Norimitsu kyoki (diary of lord Norimitsu)" (or "Gu shin (愚紳)") and essay "Kanso jigo" (monologue in the quiet life), which show his wide interests in noble society and natural science.
  997. Besides hokyoin-to pagodas, sorin can also be seen on hoto (treasure pagoda), tahoto pagoda (a "multi-treasure" pagoda), soto (multi-storied pagoda) and so on.
  998. Besides homosexuality, he did things that are forbidden in Buddhism, such as drinking liquor, eating meat, and cavorting with women, had a mistress called Shinjisha, and one of his students was a son of his named Shoutei KIOU.
  999. Besides human-shaped dolls, such as hina dolls (dolls displayed for the Girl's Festival) or shichifukujin (Seven Deities of Good Fortune), there are Chinese zodiac ornaments and ornamental temari (a ball of cotton wound tightly around with threads of many colors).
  1000. Besides instrumental pieces, chants ('Ming compositions' and 'Qing compositions') were performed.

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