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  1. Besides it, there is another association from the line of Heita INOUE, who was a high-caliber disciple between the Meiji period and the Showa period.
  2. Besides its tenshu, tsuke-yagura (connecting tower), tamon yagura (hall turrets), there are five structures designated national important cultural properties including yagura and mon from the Azuchi Momoyama through the Edo Period.
  3. Besides kyozutsu, Japanese mirrors, coins, blades, small Buddhist statues, precious stones were also buried, in addition to charcoal, which was to get rid of humidity.
  4. Besides mathematics, Nakane had great knowledge of many fields.
  5. Besides meat, their fibers and bones are also used, and after being browned in an oven they're simmered for several hours.
  6. Besides military reasons, Zaibatsu that were monopolizing the key industries after Russo-Japanese War came to think highly of the significance of railways.
  7. Besides missionary work, he was involved in translating foreign books and publishing, and he published 'Kontentsu sumunji' as the Japanese translation of a pious book "Imitatio Christi" ("The Imitation of Christ").
  8. Besides normal schools and higher normal schools, government-established old-system vocational schools and private vocational schools provided various courses in training teachers for art, music, physical education and martial arts.
  9. Besides playing the role of protagonist, a pro protagonist may also play the role of tsure and tomo.
  10. Besides playing these characters in a Noh play, a pro protagonist may also be among the Noh chorus or the prompters.
  11. Besides poetry he was good at playing the sho (a Japanese free reed musical instrument).
  12. Besides pottery, there exist other excavated articles as well, such as metal artifacts (bronze ware, ironware, and others), stone objects, bone and antler objects, and shell objects.
  13. Besides practicing medicine, he enjoyed Chinese poetry, calligraphy, growing green tea, tea ceremony and so on, and was acquainted with many literary men including Mokubei AOKI, Chikuden TANOMURA, Shunkin URAGAMI, Baiitsu YAMAMOTO, Kaisen ODA, Sanyo RAI, Shochiku SHINOZAKI, Rinkoku HOSOKAWA and Beian ICHIKAWA.
  14. Besides providing strict interpretations of the original text of Nihon Shoki, it also includes many citations from other historical documents which have been lost.
  15. Besides real flowers, artificial flowers made with silk thread, and gold, and silver were used, and silver is still used for present day court functions.
  16. Besides rice, it can be made with beans, and it can also be sweet.
  17. Besides serving the Koriyama Domain, the descendants of Dosetsu, they also taught for the Takatsuki Domain, the Aizu Domain, the Hiroshima Domain, and the Kumamoto Domain, etc.
  18. Besides serving the business world in roles such as Chairperson of the Kyoto Commerce and Industry Club, he played an active role in religious matters as a representative of Kurama-dera Temple, Chion-in Temple, Sennyu-ji Temple, and Myoshin-ji Temple.
  19. Besides serving the dance, kudoki also shows us the cultural tradition of the local community.
  20. Besides she understood English; she wrote well with beautiful handwriting which remains in oblong cards when she wrote her father's waka (poetry) for him.
  21. Besides sightseeing, jinrikisha are sometimes used in wedding ceremonies and festivals, as well as in parades of kabuki actors.
  22. Besides spreading to the domain of Sendai and the domain of Aizu, etc., it spun off the Dosetsu school.
  23. Besides such blind musicians and acupuncture and moxibustion practitioners, some of the blind established themselves as scholars and kishi (a go or shogi player).
  24. Besides such orthodox Toji Udon, 'Konoha Udon,' Udon noodles topped with a soft-boiled egg, covered with mitsuba (an umbelliferous plant resembling stone parsley), slices of boiled fish paste and Shitake Mushrooms, and 'Ume Toji Udon,' Udon noodles topped with a soft-boiled egg and an Umeboshi (pickled plum) are also included in Toji-Udon.
  25. Besides sushi, there are usually other food and drinks such as desserts like cakes, fruit, fried chicken, tenpura (Japanese deep-fried food), sashimi (fresh slices of raw fish), deep-fried food, soba (buckwheat) noodles, Chawan Mushi (steamed egg custard dish), beer, rice wine, Yum cha, etc. on the traveling conveyer belt.
  26. Besides taking position as a roju, he enjoyed tea ceremony of Sekishu school.
  27. Besides that, 166 copies of hanreki to be distributed to the government official and the provinces were also presented.
  28. Besides that, Akiie KITABATAKE began to go down to Kyoto from Oshu, so Takauji declared his retirement to get a reprieve. However, once the Ashikaga side, including Tadayoshi and KO no Moronao, began to lose at various provinces such as Mikawa, Takauji decided to revolt against the Kenmu government.
  29. Besides that, calendar presentation was made separately to chugu and togu by Onmyoryo and similar treatment was sometimes given to junsangu (according to "Teishin koki-sho Extract").
  30. Besides that, he created a detailed word-and-phrase index of The Tale of Genji, using the completed recension, and made it the 'book of index.'
  31. Besides that, some altars have a retable on the top of the altar, and a reredos behind the altar.
  32. Besides that, some handwritten copies of the book say "The Oracle at Rokkakudo" and "Entering Yoshimizu Temple" were events that happened in 1626, but they are also considered errors in writing.
  33. Besides that, some people visited the Sanjonishi residence to listen to lectures on the classics, and Sanetaka made a comfortable income from them.
  34. Besides that, the Tokugawa clan separated suigun daimyo one after another from maritime affairs by transferring the Kijima clan to the Mori domain and the Kuki clan to the Santa domain.
  35. Besides that, there are Kyoto Tower, Higashi Hongan-ji Temple, Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum, and the Shimabara district, etc.
  36. Besides the 'Yamatoya-Sangen' in the group, there is 'Kyoyamato (Yamatoya-rinsen)' as goodwill branch.
  37. Besides the Governor-General and the Chief of Home Affairs, there were the secretarial office of the governor general, departments of law enforcement, agriculture, finance, education, mining, external affairs, and judicial affairs.
  38. Besides the Japanese drum, it is a work with a lot of percussion instruments of Japan, however the second movement is a Japanese drum solo (single drum, single drummer technique).
  39. Besides the Japanese taiko drums and conch shells, bonsho (temple bells) and gongs were used.
  40. Besides the Kamigata Rakugo Association, there is the Kansai Rakugo Bungei Kyokai Association.
  41. Besides the Keihanshin local line, this series of improved cars was also delivered for service on the Joban Kaisoku Line (Joban Rapid Line) (Matsudo Train Center).
  42. Besides the Kokyu school of Kukyu Joryu, the Shogen school of Kido Chigu and the Haan school (破庵派) of Bushun Shiban also flourished.
  43. Besides the National Theater, similar attempts are being made in the private sector.
  44. Besides the Yoshiokaryu-school, the Kuramaryu-school, Nakajoryu-school and some others are said to originate from the Kyohachiryu-school, but it does not go beyond being a legendary school of swordsmanship and there are doubts as to whether it actually existed.
  45. Besides the above, Portuguese is spoken by Brazilian people in some regions.
  46. Besides the above, he was allowed to govern Okitama Region in Dewa, and Date-gun, Shinobu-gun and Katta-gun in Mutsu Province, all of these had been the fief of the Date clan in the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States), as well as the Aizu Region which had been conquered by Masamune DATE.
  47. Besides the above, there are several shapes of bite-sized rice balls such as straw bag, box, boat and so on.
  48. Besides the above, there is a view that Tsukuyomi is the spirit or god of the moon night because his (her) alias '月夜のミ' ('Tsukiyo no mi') shows ('tsukiyo' meaning a moon night and 'mi' a spirit like Watatsumi (the god of the ocean) and Yamatsumi (the god of the mountain)).
  49. Besides the above-mentioned, occasionally the protagonist (Shite) hits a gong drum (shoko) on the stage ('Sumida-gawa River (Noh)' and 'Mii-dera Temple').
  50. Besides the cultivation she started to help the present Emperor with his rice crop together with her younger sister from 1996.
  51. Besides the exhibition of 'A commemorative exhibition of treasured articles of Mii-dera Temple on the 1100th anniversary of Chisho Daishi's death' from 1989 to 1990, it was also opened to the public during the exhibition of 'Art of Mt. Hiei and Tendai sect on the 1200th anniversary of the foundation of the temple' in 1986.
  52. Besides the furiuri dealing with foods and daily necessities, there were peddlers who walked around to provide services necessary to daily life and buy certain types of goods.
  53. Besides the ink stone, things such as brushes and a desk, were included as lesson materials.
  54. Besides the legitimate son, Tamamune SHIMAZE, his children were Hisanaga SHIMAZU, who became the founder of the Isaku family.
  55. Besides the many documents that describe that 'Sumimoto HOSOKAWA fled to Awa Province in the Battle of Nyoigatake,' there was another opinion, that 'he fled in the Battle of Okayama-jo Castle on November 4, 1508.'
  56. Besides the names, many derivations are seen.
  57. Besides the previously described activities, Ryoo also participated in the rescue activities of the great fire of Uji City.
  58. Besides the representation in Chinese characters mentioned above, many Chinese characters such as 奈義, 奈癸, 奈岐 and 名義, used to describe 'nagi,' and 'Nagi River' and 'Mt Nagi,' exist.
  59. Besides the retirement, the hanamichi also means someone's successful way of life.
  60. Besides the synopsis, these books were organized cover to cover by use of language and pictures to give pleasure as readers understood subtext messages not initially obvious.
  61. Besides the technique to knead sumi, the shape of sumi is also important.
  62. Besides the traditional plain sailcloth, colors including sky blue, cherry pink, and grass green have been added.
  63. Besides the unit system of shaku, a unit 'mon' that was based on the diameter of the coin (Kanei Tsuho) was also used for measuring length.
  64. Besides the usual enjoyment of Japanese cuisine, and as a place of receptions, feasts, appreciation of dance by geishas, and table games, ryotei are also used frequently as a hall for exhibitions or various events.
  65. Besides the vegetable garden, they also had a medicinal herb garden.
  66. Besides the work as the head of the Manzo family, he showed his ability to produce events and promoted "TMD Network" (project organization) as a comprehensive artist.
  67. Besides their family business of forestry, Kinjiro KITAMURA and his wife were enthusiastic about the tea ceremony and collecting works of art.
  68. Besides them, Koi KANO (date of birth unknown - 1636) was not related by blood to the Kano family but, along with his brothers, was a master of Tanyu; he was allowed to use the surname of Kano due to his achievements, and he worked for the Kishu Tokugawa family.
  69. Besides them, the word 'chaya' is prominent amongst a number of restaurants as it is a word in a business name that evokes as sense of nostalgia amongst modern day Japanese.
  70. Besides these questions, some see the difference between remarks and behaviors by Ninkan and Monkan and the creed in the Tachikawa-ryu school, and doubt the relationship between them and the Tachikawa-ryu school.
  71. Besides these schools, there were many other normal schools, established independently by each prefecture, for training elementary school teachers, but there was no uniformity in the period of education and entrance age.
  72. Besides these statues, there are also busts of Okuma placed on other campuses.
  73. Besides these three cities, the estimated population was 100,000 at the highest in Kanazawa and in Nagoya and more than 60,000 in Nagasaki City, Sakai City and Kagoshima City, respectively, while the population of any of other leading castle towns was approximately 50,000.
  74. Besides these two troops, Ieyasu ordered Nagaakira ASNO in Kii Province to come to Osaka from the south.
  75. Besides these, Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Sanjusangendo Temple and Kokawa-dera Temple, a pilgrim stamp office of the Saigoku (western part of Japan), are famous for enshrining Senju Kannon.
  76. Besides these, in various works of "Lupin III" of the animated cartoon version, lead characters of thieves often unintentionally defeat huge, nationwide or earth-scale evils.
  77. Besides these, other instruments such as the Shaku byoshi drum may be used.
  78. Besides these, the first time performance of a shite-kata (main role of a Noh act) or a masked role is also given much weight, although they are not considered as 'hiraki.'
  79. Besides these, the registration number is recommended to be described.
  80. Besides these, there are Juniten masks (latter part of the Heian period, important cultural properties) in the Kyoto National Museum, which were in the possession of To-ji Temple.
  81. Besides these, there are monjo composed of casual references written on the back side of used paper (which was relatively easy to procure), to be turned later into a fuller version with new parts or from which a fair copy could be made.
  82. Besides these, there have been numerous yaguras named in connection with their roles, configurations or origin.
  83. Besides this, as a farm village belief with the vague boundary between Buddhism and Shintoism, the Japanese drum is also often used in ritual field music (dengaku) and in mouth spiritualism (communication with the spirit) via a Shrine maiden.
  84. Besides this, he entrusted all of his estate and properties to Lady Murasaki, who was to be left behind alone.
  85. Besides this, it is used in multiple ways as an intermediate ingredient in confectionaries such as: 'Domyo-ji Temple,' 'Awayuki' (literally, light snowfall), and 'Kingyoku' (literally, brocade balls).
  86. Besides this, on May 5 (lunar calender) each year preceding the 'komahiki' event, there was another ceremony where horses to be used in horseback archery and horse racing that had been presented to the emperor by princes and nobles were displayed in front of the Emperor.
  87. Besides this, some in Gifu have claimed to be descendants of the Kanbe clan and have produced branch families such as the Hirose clan.
  88. Besides this, some numbers including "Torika" and "Gojoraku" had the Onnamai dance version.
  89. Besides this, the family was given 100 koku as "jingiryo" (the land owned by Jingikan) & "shinjiryo" (the fee for Shinto rituals).
  90. Besides this, the hotel has the Convention Hall Omi used for exhibitions, international conferences, parties and large events, which is the largest of its type in Japan.
  91. Besides this, there are historical documents indicate that Otari sent goods to Nakamaro.
  92. Besides this, there are three collectors who collect every kind of material related to rakugo (books old and new, media containing sound recordings, prints, related merchandise, items signed by storytellers, and so on).
  93. Besides this, there was no example of a Cabinet being held up by issues of the Navy Minister's personnel affairs during the Showa period.
  94. Besides those, seven important cultural properties including 'Shichinan-shichifuku-zu' (the Seven Misfortunes and Seven Fortunes) by Okyo MARUYAMA were possessed by Enman-in Temple, however, all of them are displaced out of the temple at present.
  95. Besides using bonito, it can also be made with beef.
  96. Besides white rice that has nothing mixed in it, there are meshi dishes seasoned with various ingredients.
  97. Besides within station precincts, on the train (mainly on the higher category train), Ekiben limited to the stations along the railroad has been available through a service of sales in the train since long ago.
  98. Besides working simply in high places, ashibatobi is required to assemble scaffolds based on proper judgment of the condition or the workability in the area and the efficiency at the time of disassembling depending on the various situations.
  99. Besides writing, it was also used in tattooing, and this later became a method of punishment.
  100. Besides, "Jinja Shiko" by Nobutomo BAN (1837) says "Engi-shiki Jinmyocho had already listed all the gods which current Ichinomiya-Ki mention", so Ban seems to have had some Ichinomiya-ki which had been copied after "Dainihonkoku Ichinomiya-Ki".
  101. Besides, "Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA's vow" as of April 23, 1345 also strongly supports the new theory.
  102. Besides, Azai clan under domination by Rokkaku clan started to show signs of independence at the opportunity of the death of Sadayori.
  103. Besides, I am an old man and can not remember everything even if I had done something.'
  104. Besides, I have an appointment in England,' he said before heading off to London.
  105. Besides, Imperial Princess Shushi was the only elder sister for the emperors; Emperor Goichijo, Emperor Gosuzaku (both were the birth children of Shoshi's place) although she was a paternal half-sister; for this reason, she was treated by the imperial court with respect for her entire life.
  106. Besides, Izu, Mino, and Tosa Provinces are also famous producing districts of ganpishi, where the name of 'torinoko' is not used.
  107. Besides, Japan faithfully practiced the hard diplomatic attitude including military action as recommended by Boissonade.
  108. Besides, Ju-Jitsu in foreign countries often indicates that of Ju-Jitsu International Federation (JJIF), or that of International Jujitsu Federation (IJJF), and both of them are also called European Ju-Jitsu.
  109. Besides, Jurokugiku, designed based upon Kikumon, is used on the front cover of a passport issued by the Japanese government.
  110. Besides, Kazumasu TAKIGAWA and Toshiie MAEDA did not employ enough vassals for their stipend, but they were not punished.
  111. Besides, Kenshin had killed Kanetada NAGAO, Jodai (the keeper of castle) of Umayabashi-jo Castle, and his retainers by reason that 'he suspected them of rebellion.'
  112. Besides, Kiyoshi SHIGA, the man who discovered the dysentery bacillus, also supported the theory that beriberi was related to nutrition, so even in the medical world this theory began to be accepted.
  113. Besides, Mincho, an artist-monk of Tofuku-ji Temple produced works, from highly-colored Buddhist paintings to Suiboku-ga.
  114. Besides, Mochiuji was also confronted with Norizane UESUGI, Kanto Kanrei, and strengthened his dictatorial color including giving important positions to Sadayori UESUGI and Norinao UESUGI, branch families of the Uesugi clan, and Naokane ISSHIKI, his great vassal.
  115. Besides, Mr. Susumu NAKANISHI argued that Shima could be the patron of KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro who is historically famous and known as a court poet.
  116. Besides, Nobukata ITAGAKI's repeated acts against Shingen's intentions strengthened the creditability of this theory.
  117. Besides, Ogai MORI did recognize the importance of the nutritional value of food, and gave instruction for sufficient supplies of meat and vegetables to soldiers during the Sino-Japanese War, but as he believed beriberi derived from germs he did not think nutrition played a role in the disease.
  118. Besides, Ogran Co., Ltd. sells Ecchu fundoshi with the name "Classic Pants" as well, and the company is featured with low price, using ribbon strings.
  119. Besides, Prime Minister Taro KATSURA and Minister of the Navy Gombei YAMAMOTO seemed to be ready for being killed by bombs along with KOMURA if it happened, so they walked putting KOMURA between them after they welcomed him at Shimbashi Station.
  120. Besides, Sanetaka had been financially supported by Sogi several times.
  121. Besides, Seibu Kanko Bus and West Japan JR Bus offer the almost same service: Their 'Biwako Dream-go' connects Omiya Station (Saitama Prefecture, near to 23 Ward of Tokyo) and Otsu Station (Shiga Prefecture, quite near to Kyoto City) via Ikebukuro (Tokyo).
  122. Besides, Tokyo type Chinese noodles based on chicken bone broth is also popular.
  123. Besides, Yoshisato fathered a daughter between Asai Tosa no Kami, his Karo (chief retainer), and a daughter of Gon no suke NAMAZUE (possibly a lord of the Namazue-jo Castle), his vassal, the concubines of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, and a daughter of Asai Tosa no Kami who delivered TOYOTOMI no Tsuchimaru, a child born out of wedlock.
  124. Besides, Yoshitsuna ASHIKAGA, who had dwelled in Sakai City, was banished to Shikoku, and consequently Sakaikubo (the municipal government based in Sakai City) perished.
  125. Besides, Yura gozen, the lawful wife of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo was Noritada's sister, and Noritada politically seemed to have a close relationship with MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo.
  126. Besides, a 10th volume of 1 shaku, or a 1000th of 1 sho, is also called 1 sai.
  127. Besides, a family dated back generations ago was called kyuka (old family), and those which moved out and set up a new branch family after the Azuchi-Momoyama period were called shinke (newly founded family).
  128. Besides, a group of Chinese craftsmen that made bodkins of the mirrors in a square shape made the Sankakubuchi Shinjukyo Mirror and their skills could lead to government-operated crafts in the Wei dynasty.
  129. Besides, a sketch of a structure made by Philips Van Wing who is believed to have depicted a part of Azuchi-jo Castle keep now exists, which was apparently a rough sketch for a folding screen later sent to the Vatican.
  130. Besides, according to "Azuma Kagami," the forces Hirokazu KAZUSANOSUKE led then consisted of 20,000 warriors on horseback, but "Enkeibon Heike Monogatari" says 10,000 warriors, and "Genpei Tojo-roku" (A Record of Genpei Battles) says 1,000, meaning "Azuma Kagami" exaggerated the number most.
  131. Besides, according to some records, he was Hokumen no bushi (the Imperial Palace Guards for the north side), however the period he had served is unknown.
  132. Besides, almost all Mike Cats are females.
  133. Besides, although Eison's activities are generally seen as a reform movement inside old Buddhism, recently there is a theory that it was a new sect beyond the frames of the Shingon sect and the Risshu sect and one of the new Kamakura Buddhism (See the article of Kamakura Buddhism).
  134. Besides, although Japan's loss in Russo-Japanese War was twenty times as much as that of the Donghak Peasant Revolution, they helped Korea not to be swallowed into Russia's mouth and maintained the piece of entire Asia.
  135. Besides, although Toshiie is described as an old man and Keiji as a young man, there was little difference in the ages of real Toshiie and Keijiro (the reliable materials say that Toshiie was two years older, or that Keijiro was six years older.)
  136. Besides, although gendai budo is often seen giving group-class lessons with loud orders, kobudo was taught exclusively with individual tutoring, and not in group-class lessons.
  137. Besides, although the project itself continued until 1967 when the fifth construction was finished, Furukawa did not pay for the fifth construction.
  138. Besides, as Geki, the officials in charge of drafting the orders from Daijokan, expanded their authority and absorbed the duty of drafting the imperial messages, Naiki lost their roles.
  139. Besides, as for Settsu City and Tosa City, their names under the town organization in the past were Mishima Town and Takaoka Town, when they adopted municipal system, they took old provincial names in order to avoid overlapping with the existing municipal names.
  140. Besides, as for the duel, the description is very different from the description in "Numatake-ki."
  141. Besides, as the members of the unit were mainly young people from the yangban (literally, "the two groups", an elite class at the peak of society during the Joseon Dynasty), the way they were treated could not be the same as the soldiers of the Conservative Party.
  142. Besides, as the rebellion of Murashige ARAKI shows, the situation in the Kinai region at that time was not stable enough for the Oda family.
  143. Besides, because of the wider use of paper, all the seals changed into the easily read shubun-style.
  144. Besides, because the Empress Teimei bore four princes, she acquired great position inside the Imperial court, with remarkably influential power.
  145. Besides, because they had been deified, they were protected carefully, and they increased in the number of individuals.
  146. Besides, being abundant in deep mountains, Kumano, in which a mountain religion has been developed, has been a dojo of Shugendo (Japanese ascetic and shamanistic practice in mountainous sites) of Kumano Gongen Deity, which is a syncretized religion of Shinto with Buddhism (in this case, above-mentioned Pure Land Buddhism).
  147. Besides, being influenced by socialism, he considered how to give aid to poor, needy people.
  148. Besides, by performing many times on the scene of Maruhon Kabuki (kabuki plays of doll theatre origin) which Kichiemon was good at, he deepened the interpretation of the play and the understanding of the role and steadily acquired the classic beauty of style and techniques of modern psychological descriptions.
  149. Besides, by the means like constructing also Totsuna-bashi Bridge with the budget of Fukushima Prefecture, he made an effort to dissuade the hearts of the people from resigning or leaving their lands.
  150. Besides, common Kamon also became decorative and Kamon of samurai and common people were both designed to be glitzy and graceful.
  151. Besides, despite the Ministry's repeated urging, a number of prefectures asked for a postponement every time.
  152. Besides, exotic breeds also turned to alley cats and further hybridity progressed.
  153. Besides, for the martial art of the jujutsu group, the Takeuchi-ryu school was established.
  154. Besides, having Rokuroietaka from Yurin KANEKO as a Master, Japanese Traditional Archery on Horseback Association was established (Takeda-ryu Kamakura school) and they inherits and performs the tradition of Kyuba-gunrei Takeda family.
  155. Besides, having rock fall, fallen leaves, and snowfall in some seasons, the road is extremely difficult to be traveled.
  156. Besides, he also left a great achievement in architecture.
  157. Besides, he attempted to supply all of muslin delaine with the highest demand in imported textiles in Japan in 1896 and established Muslin Spinning Company together with the foreign goods dealers in Osaka including Katsutaro INABATA to become its president.
  158. Besides, he firmly refused to carry out the Teacher Evaluation System for the reason that 'the system was intervention of government power in education in the prefecture.'
  159. Besides, he had the honor of participate in the events such as the Great Kitano Tea Gathering which Hideyoshi hosted and the emperor's visitation to the Jurakudai residence.
  160. Besides, he ingratiated himself to the Empress Teimei and tried to stop the travel of Sessho and Crown Prince (later, the Emperor Showa) to Western countries, saying that was because of "the revelation from god."
  161. Besides, he kills Genba and his younger sister Azami, members of the gang, and deceives others into believing that they are Yajuro and his wife, and then orders Yajuro to kill Daigakunosure to avenge the death of his older brother.
  162. Besides, he promoted to Udaijin in 1521.
  163. Besides, he received the Charles II medal from the Royal Society of London in 1998.
  164. Besides, he says that he will also kill Sagoemon, the boy's father, who has come to protest.
  165. Besides, he sent the troops to attack Ecchu Province.
  166. Besides, he succeeded in modernization such as following the instructions by inviting French engineers.
  167. Besides, he told to his own pages in the last years, "It would be best for young men to have something of kabukimono" (Mitsuboki) (Night Stories of Lord Toshiie).
  168. Besides, he took his place among the promoters for the establishment of the Japan Women's University, which Jinzo NARUSE established in 1901 with philosophy to 'educate a woman first as a person.'
  169. Besides, he used the same leading actor based on the same script in "The Inugami family" (the film in 2006) remade after 30 years.
  170. Besides, he was also a member in support of Sakaikubo, Yoshitsuna ASHIKAGA probably because his master Yoshitaka had Rokuro's sister as his lawful wife.
  171. Besides, he was awarded Nohgaku Award of Hosei University.
  172. Besides, he was granted the enfeoffment of 500 koku in total in Yamashiro Province and Kazusa Province.
  173. Besides, he was opposed to the civilization and enlightenment policy of the government such as the decree banning the wearing of swords and did not cut his topknot, belted his sword on and dressed in kimono throughout his life.
  174. Besides, he was proposed to direct the works written by Shotaro IKENAMI as well as Cinema Japanesque, but neither came true.
  175. Besides, his graveyard is also located in the Kotoku-ji Temple in Sakuradai, Nerima Ward; and his gravestone is in the ancient site of 華将寺 Temple in Tayama, Minamiyamashiro-mura, Kyoto Prefecture.
  176. Besides, historical sceneries were lost by the constructions of motor roads and forestry roads, and the things about Kohechi was approaching a serious crisis as people forgot not only various relics along the road but also the road itself.
  177. Besides, imitation old swords created at that time also coexist.
  178. Besides, in 'sankyoku manzai' (a comic dialogue accompanied by sankyoku), the instruments used are shamisen, kokyu and tsuzumi (hand drum).
  179. Besides, in 1862, he cooperated with the thirteen court nobles of the group of Sonno Joi (19th century slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) on impeaching Tomomi IWAKURA and his sympathizers of urging the lawful marriage of convenience between Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Chikako and the Tokugawa shogun.
  180. Besides, in his later years, Musashi had been enjoying a good friendship with the Matsui family, so Musashi might have known the Matsui family before the duel, and for the family's help, he might have been sent to Muni in Kitsuki.
  181. Besides, in the "Satsujo-shu" (another Japanese dictionary made in the Muromachi period) it was described as 'an egg paper' (an egg-colored paper).
  182. Besides, in the age of Han, when theories of natural calamity, the Way of Yin & Yang and Shini theory prospered, and "Isho" (book of omens appended to Confucian Chinese classics) came to appear to be opposed to the Chinese classics of Confucianism.
  183. Besides, in the chapter of Yadorigi (The Ivy), the author wrote that several years after Genji had become a priest, he lived in seclusion at Saga (Kyoto City) and passed away.
  184. Besides, in the early Meiji period all Risshu temples except Toshodai-ji Temple belonged to the Shingon sect, but they became independent as the Risshu sect in 1900.
  185. Besides, in the head temple of the Nichirensho sect and some temples, the believers perform one of gongyo 'shodai-gyo' in which the believers have to keep chanting the spell for one hour.
  186. Besides, in the name of Ryukaku-ji Temple near this tumulus, a Chinese character (龍) is used.
  187. Besides, in these days, there are many cases in which the deer get injured by cruel persons.
  188. Besides, in this incident, a martial law (emergency imperial edict) was also proclaimed.
  189. Besides, it began operating a highway bus that ran between Fukuchiyama and Kobe (Sannomiya Station).
  190. Besides, it got Kazuki KURANUKI from Ventforet Kofu and Takashi HIRAJIMA from Avispa Fukuoka, too.
  191. Besides, it has been said that Nobuyoshi recommended Mitsukuni to Shogun Hidetada as a successor of the lord of the Mito Domain.
  192. Besides, it is a busy intersection as Kamigyo Ward Office and Kyoto Gosho and so on are nearby.
  193. Besides, it is also said that Kiyomori gave in finally and commuted execution to exile to Izu Province because Ike no Zenni had begun to fast in order to beg for Yoritomo's life.
  194. Besides, it is called Jarai (or Sharei) or Taikubari pose (体配) to shoot according to defined manner and rules of decorum ('Taikubari' is a term from the Heki schools).
  195. Besides, it is considered to be quite unrealistic that Musashi beat hundreds of swordsmen armed with swords, spears, naginata (Japanese halberd), bows and other weapons, on his own.
  196. Besides, it is identified with Jiten, Prithivi, which is one of four Shukongoushin (good dieties protecting dharma) of Diamond World Mandala in Mikkyo.
  197. Besides, it is known that adding a small amount of chopped shiitake mushrooms makes hamburgers more flavorful and stuffed pimentos are made by halving a pimento, removing the seeds, and stuffing a raw hamburger meat mixture inside the pimento.
  198. Besides, it is regarded ill manners to step on shikii (thresholds: wooden rails to slide shoji doors and fusuma panels) of shoji (a light paper sliding door) and fusuma (a heavier sliding panel).
  199. Besides, it is well known that he viciously criticized the Kenmu Restoration in "Jinno Shoto ki" (A Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns) by Emperor Godaigo; Sadafusa was against the overthrow of the bakufu, and secretly informed the Kamakura bakufu of the Emperor's plan to rise in arms at the time of Genko Disturbance.
  200. Besides, it just decreased the mining pollution at the area along the lower river, and from the mines, the mineral poison kept pouring.
  201. Besides, it means the flexible mental attitude to seek about how to realize the order.
  202. Besides, it mentions that the real Isshinkai was 'an organization seeking for the interests of Lee Yong-gu, Song Byung-joon or others'.
  203. Besides, it preaches that the origin of life is generated from the lunisolar spirit coming into the body from the harmony between the father and mother.
  204. Besides, it served as the title given to daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) who were patronized by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  205. Besides, it was inconvenient that January 29 was just one day before the death anniversary of Emperor Komei (January 30, 1867 Komei Tenno Sai).
  206. Besides, its bogie was air cushioned schlieren type bogie series DT46, offering an incomparably comfortable ride to passengers especially in the high-speed range, being so different from a bogie series DT33 for type 103 cars as chalk from cheese.
  207. Besides, making "fuki" extremely thick will bring about an effect that it makes the wearer look taller than she really is by applying the enhanced perspective method.
  208. Besides, many companies made the basis of their development by getting loans through the one-hundred and thirtieth bank.
  209. Besides, many jurisdictional maps made by various prefectures were based on the Ino large or medium-sized maps; therefore, the Ino maps made great contributions to administrative maps of modern Japan.
  210. Besides, many students use the buses to commute to the Kyoto Prefectural Ayabe High School.
  211. Besides, more than 170 were discovered in the Kinki region, accounting for more than half of the total.
  212. Besides, most Shingaku melodies were so clear and simple that they were easy to learn by heart.
  213. Besides, not only patients but also many pupils, one of which Kensui YAMATO later became a mentor of Seishu HANAOKA, gathered around Dogyu.
  214. Besides, now that Masamune himself has already passed away, another edition of the Jige Kaden more accurate than Masamune's edition is unlikely to be published.
  215. Besides, on April 15, 1568, during his exile with the ASAKURA clan, Yoshiaki had a coming-of-age ceremony and formally changed his name's Chinese character Aki from 秋 to 昭, because he thought the letter 秋 was ominous.
  216. Besides, on the surface of the pottery are seen various kinds of decoration, such as a pattern engraved with some tool (a bamboo tube, a seashell, or the like), the clay string attachment, and engraved lines.
  217. Besides, only the head of the family was categorized under the peasant or the townsmen class in a strict sense, with subdivided classes in villages and towns.
  218. Besides, other patterns such as karajishi (an artistic portrait of a lion), wakamatsu no maru (roundly designed young pine branches), kumo ni hoomaru (clouds with roundly designed phoenixes) and kiri-gumo belong to the genealogy of the designs used by court nobles and temples.
  219. Besides, outer dimensions are also used in many areas for measuring kin butsudan in the same way as for karaki butsudan.
  220. Besides, peasants were not limited to living on farming and many of them actually built a fortune through marine transportation or handicrafts, which should have belonged to trades of 'sho' or 'ko'.
  221. Besides, reflecting the characteristic of this commercial area where lots of impatient people desired to finish meals as quick as possible, noodles were generally boiled beforehand to shorten cooking time.
  222. Besides, remains of a road 18 meters wide in the Sekinotsu site are considered to be related.
  223. Besides, self-defense arts or sports using techniques of kodachijutu include Sports Chanbara.
  224. Besides, shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lord as provincial constable) who had learned that kanrei (shogunal deputy) Mochiyuki HOSOKAWA ordered that troops be dispatched to protect the doso in exchange for 1,000 kan bribe from the doso, blocked the dispatch of the troops.
  225. Besides, since the Taiko-kenchi was carried out with standardized measures and bushels, weights and measures were also standardized.
  226. Besides, some families which were originally tozama daimyo could irregularly be treated as fudai because of blood relationship or great achievements for the shogunate.
  227. Besides, some izakaya bars in Tokyo, featuring local dishes of Yamagata, introduce tamakonnyaku as their house specialty on the menu.
  228. Besides, some of the samurai who were under the command of shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lords as provincial constables) and actually suppressed uprisings fell into financial difficulty due to their longtime stay in Kyoto.
  229. Besides, some places governed by the honjo were also called "Honjo," and this is the reason why there are places named Honjo throughout Japan.
  230. Besides, some scholars consider that Yunonagashi was a government post appointed by the Court, and some scholars consider that Yunonagashi was appointed by Oama no miko for his own territory.
  231. Besides, some suggest that it was derived from the Hata clan.
  232. Besides, straw sandals are a magical item which was often used as a cursed object to avoid yokai.
  233. Besides, the Road runs through two 500-meter-high passes ahead and behind of the pass, Momoi-toge Pass and Hanase-toge Pass respectively, and it has a chokepoint, called National Route 477 Momoi-wakare curve, on the way.
  234. Besides, the Shibukawa clan owned territories scattered in various provinces and also managed the territory of Kyoto Daikomyo-ji Temple for generations, but it is known that they took great pains because they could not manage the territories as they expected.
  235. Besides, the Tenbun Rebellion overlaps with 'the Hokke uprising' by the Nichiren sect.
  236. Besides, the construction of Miyakonojo (capital) was not recorded either.
  237. Besides, the corruption of local governments became more critical as reflected on the shoso burned out by sacred flame, therefore, shozei in each province was running short rapidly ('Shozei yojin').
  238. Besides, the currency system partially using quaternary (1 ryo was equal to 4 bu, and 1bu was equal to 4 shu.) was too difficult for foreigners to understand and its improvement was required.
  239. Besides, the diary "姉言記" ("Kanemitsu-kyo ki" - a journal of FUJIWARA no Kanemitsu) was left.
  240. Besides, the fourth corner is the most angular one among the turf courses of the JRA racecourses, and the inside part of the course is interrupted by confluence with the inner turf course.
  241. Besides, the hairstyle changed from the mage (topknot) style into a cropped head due to the free-hairstyle ordinance (danpatsu-rei).
  242. Besides, the history of architecture and Japanese garden is commonly included in Japanese art history.
  243. Besides, the information of the person who was laid off due to the result of merit rating or the crime he committed was deleted from the Records of Bunin (appointment).
  244. Besides, the names and borders of provinces and counties, the names of feudal lords, villages, the names of temples and rivers, the types of rocky shores and beaches, rice fields and vegetable fields, and salt farms are also on the maps, and not only the coastlines but also map information is shown in detail.
  245. Besides, the new stipulations except for those about the relationships between the imperial court and the bakufu are mostly about the issues which had led confusion in the imperial court including precedence of the imperial court.
  246. Besides, the number of business methods which use cars equipped with facilities for selling is increasing these days, though their products had been sold mostly in fixed facilities (stores).
  247. Besides, the one-hundred and thirtieth bank provided large financing to its president, MATSUMOTO himself or Western fabrics dealer, Matsumoto Shoten (more than 1,650 thousand yen in total.)
  248. Besides, the original manuscript of "Heihan ki" is characterized by a large quantity of shihaibunsho (records written on the other side of documents during the period when paper was very precious).
  249. Besides, the orthography '烏龍?' is sometimes applied, which is pronounced 'u-ron-min' with a corrupted form.
  250. Besides, the other mass produced products completely machine-made are 'joshin-torinoko' (the upper class of new torinoko) and 'shin-torinoko' (new torinoko).
  251. Besides, the party cabinet administrations at that time failed to effectively deal with a series of crises in and out of Japan such as increasing problems in China, the Showa Financial Crisis, the economic crisis caused by the Great Depression, and Japanese military's protest against the global tendency toward disarmament.
  252. Besides, the setsuyoshu became encyclopedic as the volume of appendixes and contents increased.
  253. Besides, the shouts from the anterior seats make the audience sitting in the posterior seats feel left out.
  254. Besides, the three portraits were drawn in a method of back coloring, which colors a picture from the reverse side of a silk; it is pointed out that this method is distinctive from the Heian period to the early Kamakura period.
  255. Besides, the traditional painting schools were losing their momentum and the new painting schools with distinctive characters were emerging in the late Edo period instead.
  256. Besides, the two deities are enshrined in Higashihongu (Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo Prefecture), and also in Matsuo-taisha Shrine (Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  257. Besides, there are a few advocates who try to seek the origin in the ancient Korean and Chinese characters.
  258. Besides, there are cases in which the number of deities to which a shrine is dedicated is attached to the title of gongen, as is the case of 'Rokusho Gongen' (Six Deities' Gongen); in this case, the six deities are taken as a group.
  259. Besides, there are many natsumatsuri that had not existed before the Edo Period but began solely as modern festivals or otherwise started as an imitation of some traditional festivals in other regions (or under their influence).
  260. Besides, there are subjects mentioned below that are given credits of the Groups, from A to D, according to their contents.
  261. Besides, there are various doubts about the severe punishment of the Gamo family and Kagekatsu UESUGI's move to a new domain.
  262. Besides, there are various methods including burning, dabbing and crushing the cut end, using vinegar or alcohol instead of water and using a life-prolonging agent.
  263. Besides, there exist one side platform with a track for the box cars of a freight train, as well as some station lateral lines, such as a body track and a storage track.
  264. Besides, there exist some record albums and CDs in Japan that contain the performances of Shingaku.
  265. Besides, there exist working people's activity groups including the Kennan Rakugo Union in Oita Prefecture, which mainly have original activities based on local Rakugo.
  266. Besides, there is a rumor that Nioumiya is lecherous and recently devoted to the daughter of Uji Hachi no Miya (the Eighth Prince), so she has no end of trouble.
  267. Besides, there is a traverse route from Mt. Nijyo to Kongo-san mountain.
  268. Besides, there is also a question why 'shikago' (four villages) was written as 'shikankau,' but about this question, Takashi KAMEI of Hitotsubashi University has expressed the view that 'n' was a light nasal sound which preceded 'ga' sound in those days.
  269. Besides, there is an entire copy in the entry dated the following year, 1212, from "Meigetsuki," the entry dated July 27, 1212 which reads '適有造営事,須上臈上卿宰相弁奉之歟.'
  270. Besides, there is an opinion that SOGA no Iname was buried in Umeyama Tumulus.
  271. Besides, there is another type of T-jitai which resembles Ecchu fundoshi but whose maedare is split into two.
  272. Besides, there was another aspect about him, a man of letters; for example he took lessons from Seika FUJIWARA, a Confucianist.
  273. Besides, there was another way to borrow money on rice-check from merchants called "hamakata" who were rice brokers in the Osaka Dojima Rice Exchange House, but it was an option for domains who could not arrange loans by a usual procedure of daimyogashi.
  274. Besides, there was the Mannen kanya (Mannen paper mill) and the Karuta kanya (Karuta paper mill) in Kyoto, which was also the home of hankiri-gami (a paper for letters, whose size was a half that of Sugihara paper) production.
  275. Besides, there were some attendees from the Satsuma Domain, namely, Ise SHIMAZU (also called Jinroku Koken SUWA), Hisatake KATSURA, Tomozane YOSHII and Shigeru NARAHARA.
  276. Besides, to the southwest of the Suzaku-mon Gate within the maintenance project area, Sekisui Chemical Company Nara Plant is situated.
  277. Besides, tracing back the male-line, Emperor Gensho is an imperial family member descending three generations from Emperor Tenmu, he was regarded as the Imperial Prince before his accession to the throne due to his bloodline from his mother, Emperor Genmei.
  278. Besides, trades were also included in the registration form, Rokudaka (stipends) were mainly described for the peerage and the warrior class and commoners were described as farmers, craftsmen, merchants or others, including their job types.
  279. Besides, two kinds of Gishiki called "Dairi shiki" (Palace regulations) and "Dairi Gishiki" (Book on outline of ceremonies) which were described together with "Konin Gishiki" in "Honcho shoseki mokuroku" were extant and they stated that they were compiled in the Konin era.
  280. Besides, under orders of Emperor Godaigo, the younger sister of Imperial Prince Morinaga entered Tokei-ji Temple in Northern Kamakura as the fifth priest and was called Yodoni (用堂尼).
  281. Besides, unlike the gorgeous image of joraku, it was sometimes compared to the reduced circumstances.
  282. Besides, various types of buses operate such as a middle-size bus, a middle-size bus with a longer body and a large-size bus.
  283. Besides, when Nakazo NAKAMURA played the role of Sadakuro ONO in Kanatehon Chushingura (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers), he wore black habutae silk and white hakata obi sash, which was stylish and became popular, and later became a conventional costume for Sadakuro.
  284. Besides, when Sanga was registered as a member of J2, it was promoted in the year when it got a player who had belonged to Avispa Fukuoka in the previous year.
  285. Besides, when he does not perform his service well, these things happen since neither the father nor the son understand the way of a warrior.
  286. Besides, when his nephew FUJIWARA no Koretada (Morosuke's son) was appointed Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) in 967, Morouji, who was Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) at that time, had a lower appointment than his nephew.
  287. Besides, when the downfall of the chief adviser to the Emperor Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, most of Hidetsugu's wives and concubines were killed, but Terumasa's sister Wakagozen (the lawful wife of Hidetsugu) was saved and given special treatment.
  288. Besides, while he stayed in Tang he encountered persecution of Buddhists in the Huichang era, and as well as other priests he was forced to return to secular life and even had a wife and children.
  289. Besidses, various earthenware, such as celadon baked int Shaoxing kiln, ceramics baked in Changsha kiln, porcelain baked in Jingzhou kiln, earthenware produced in the Silla Kingdom and the Goryeo dynasty, blue glazed earthenware and Persian glass from Islamic countries have been excavated.
  290. Besieged with only his small army of 3,000 men to defend, Motonari managed to defeat the Amago force.
  291. Bessho ? Kuro-dani, Anraku-dani
  292. Besshufusensho
  293. Besshufusensho is a law code containing Daijokanpu (official documents from Daijokan to local governments) and imperial decrees issued between 902 and 971
  294. Besson Mandala - Unlike Ryokai Mandala, it is the one in which other statutes of Buddha than Dainichi Nyorai are situated in the center and is used as a principal image in the prayer for particular purposes such as peace of state and recovery from disease.
  295. Best 100 landscapes in Japan: where to go, where to walk
  296. Best one
  297. Bestowal of an Order
  298. Bestowing the kabane of Mahito was a part of the pro-Imperial Family politics which was the concept of Emperor Tenmu.
  299. Beta (to black out some spaces in comics)
  300. Beta-bari' is to stick paper by spreading paste all over the surface and plays a role in holding down the mino-bari.
  301. Betobeto-san (one of Yokai [Japanese folk monsters])
  302. Betobeto-san is one of Yokai (Japanese folk monsters), and follows a man walking in the dark at night.
  303. Betrayed by the retired Emperor Gotoba, Hideyasu FUJIWARA, Taneyoshi MIURA, Shigetada YAMADA and the other samurai of the capital faction holed up in Toji temple and fought back.
  304. Betsu Kyogen
  305. Betsu Kyogen indicates Sanbaso (usually written as "三番叟" in Chinese characters, except the Okura school, which writes it as "三番三"), which is one of Acts in a Noh program 'Okina' (dance performance putting on a mask of an old man), and its special version 'Furyu.'
  306. Betsu-kyo (unlike Zo-kyo and Tsu-kyo above or En-kyo below, it is the teachings which Shaka separately preached to Bodhisattva only.
  307. Betsubachi punishment
  308. Betsugan-ji Temple
  309. Betsugu (associated shrine)
  310. Betsuin Negoro-ji Temple Betsuin, Ichijo-in Temple (Minami-Satsuma City Kagoshima Prefecture) *currently the Ichijo-in Temple site is designated as a historical site by Kagoshima Prefecture
  311. Betsuri (Collection of Poems of Bokusui WAKAYAMA)
  312. Betsuri is a collection of poems written by Bokusui WAKAYAMA.
  313. Betsuri is comprised of two volumes: the first collection entitled 'Umi no Koe' and the second collection entitled 'Hitori Utaeru' collectively consisting of 1004 poems including some new works.
  314. Betsushozoku (costumes specific to a particular program) are used in this program.
  315. Bettarazuke
  316. Bettarazuke (Radish pickled in salt and rice bran with rice malt and sugar)
  317. Bettarazuke is a kind of pickled daikon (Japanese radish).
  318. Betting Units
  319. Betting and Refund Period
  320. Betting tickets can be purchased and refunded at the 107 counter (paddock side) from 9:00 to 17:00 (sales starts at 9:30 at other counters).
  321. Betting: generally from 9:00 (or until 17:00 on the previous day)
  322. Betto
  323. Betto (Chief Administrator of the Manor)
  324. Betto (Chief officer): The president of Daigaku-ryo and superior to Kami (head).
  325. Betto (an administrator).
  326. Betto (the superintendent) and azukari (an additional post to the chief of Naizenshi) worked as the officials.
  327. Betto (別当) (1 person)
  328. Betto, the time of establishment unknown, the presidency of Okimi no tsukasa.
  329. Betto-ji Temple
  330. Betto-ji Temple was a Buddhist temple that was attached to a Shinto shrine when the syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism was permitted prior to the Edo period.
  331. Betto-type (Okinawa Prefecture)
  332. Betto-zukuri (Chiba Prefecture)
  333. Between 1017 and 1020, he served as Yamato no kami (Governor of Yamato Province).
  334. Between 1142 and 1144, Sutokuin set subjects for poems, and while there were 14 writers, including FUJIWARA no Kinyoshi, FUJIWARA no Norinaga, FUJIWARA no Akisuke and FUJIWARA no Toshinari in addition to Sutokuin himself, some of them died while it was being completed and were replaced by the other poets.
  335. Between 1257 and 1259, Jichi Kakuku and his disciple Tozan Tansho became devoted to Enni of Tofuku-ji Temple, and the temple converted to the Rinzai Sect with the name being changed to Manju-ji Temple.
  336. Between 1265 and 1267, he became Naidaijin (Minister of the Interior).
  337. Between 1307 and 1321, Emperor Gouda exerted cloistered rule from Daikaku-ji Temple and created the Sento Imperial Palace at the Rengefu-ji sub-temple.
  338. Between 1314 and 1329, he was suspended as Minister of Chief Priest, however he became the chief priest of a religious sect again, he also became the head priest of the Buddhist Tendai sect in 1331.
  339. Between 1570 and 1573, Masakage relocated to Rifu-jo Castle, and wakiri-jo Castle became abandoned.
  340. Between 1574 and 1575, he joined the battle to subdue the Nagashima Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers in Nagashima) in Ise Province and Echizen Ikko Ikki (religious riot).
  341. Between 1592 to 1595 he inherited the 19,000 koku family estate located in Kiitanabe (Ueno Yama-jo castle).
  342. Between 1661 to 1673, the Oshikoji family was founded by Kinoto, the second son of Kimikatsu SANJONISHI.
  343. Between 1848 and 1854, many merchant ships from Western countries sailed to Japan which had recently reopened to trade due to the arrival of foreign Black Ships.
  344. Between 1876 and 1881, he won 58 consecutive bouts (except Hikiwake [draws], Azukari [undecided bouts] and absences).
  345. Between 1891 and 1892, he held a post as the vice minister under the Minister of Home Affairs Yajiro SHINAGAWA for the first Matsukata cabinet.
  346. Between 1893 and 1894, the old residence of Prince Katsura, which was located next to the Imadegawa-mon Gate of the Kyoto Gyoen Imperial Garden, was moved into Honmaru and it was named Honmaru Palace.
  347. Between 1897 and 1901, 17 books including "Nihon Shoki" were published by Keizaizasshi-sha, then between 1902 and 1904, 15 books of the sequel to Kokushi Taikei were published as "Zoku Kokushi Taikei."
  348. Between 1908 and 1912, a new concept of individualism was represented by such poets as the poet who gained popularity through "Myojo," Hakushu KITAHARA with his pursuit for beauty, the naturalist, Bokusui WAKAYAMA, and Takuboku ISHIKAWA, who had a tendency of showing flavors of socialism.
  349. Between 1910 and 1911, the aforementioned Vice-chief Ishimoto and Ogai, as Medical Office Director, conflicted over the right to human resources in Army medicine which had been a long-term concern, developing to the extent that Ogai announced his resignation to Ishimoto.
  350. Between 1912 and 1913, he published a serial work with the same main character called Hidemaro GOJO from "Kanoyoni" (in this way) to "Tsuchiikka," as well as "Nezumizaka Slope" in which he described episodes from his own experience in the battlefield such as teasing a commander.
  351. Between 1928 and 1929, he released films portraying cheerful young people starring Denmei SUZUKI and created the forerunner of the teen movie.
  352. Between 1929 and 1944, the Atagoyama Railways flat line (railway) and cable car were created to form a route connecting the shrine to Arashiyama Station (Keifuku Electric Railways) on the Keifuku Electric Railways Arashiyama Main Line.
  353. Between 1943 and 1945 during the World War II, the okuribi was suspended due to various regulations including the blackout order.
  354. Between 1955 and 1961, he facsimiled "Beijing-version Tibetan Tripitaka"and published it by Suzuki Learning Foundation, and he advocated 'Tibetan learning of Buddhism' to study Mahayana Buddhism in India using Tibetan literature.
  355. Between 1955 and 1964, Norio NANJO wrote a book called "Begging Priest, Ieyasu", which was based on MURAOKA's book (NANJO later updated the book and changed the title to "300 Years Veil: A different view of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA").
  356. Between 1972 and 1992, this station had no station staff to check tickets; there were only operating personnel.
  357. Between 1975 and 1977, the diary of medical examinations written by Mitsuoki IRAKO, previously mentioned, was serially published in the "Shiga Medical Association newsletter" by his relative, 伊良子光孝 who runs a medical practice in Shiga Prefecture.
  358. Between 1988 and 1993 the statues were taken apart and repaired for the first time after their construction, and many goods and ink writings were found stored inside.
  359. Between 28 July, 2005 and 28 October, 2007, this route also offered a daytime round-trip once a day.
  360. Between 724 to 729, he served as Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazaifu offices) in Dazaifu, Kyushu where he formed Chikushi Kadan (a poetry circle in Chikushi Province [Tsukushi Province]) with YAMANOUE no Okura.
  361. Between 770 and 781, he served as 大寺主 daihoshi at Daian-ji Temple.
  362. Between 889 and 898 produced poetry anthologies for poetry soirees held by the Dowager Empress.
  363. Between 931 and 941 he was promoted successively from Sangi (councillor) and Gon-chunagon (Provisional Middle Councillor). and he married Imperial Princess Kinshi, the fourth princess to Emperor Daigo.
  364. Between Amagasaki Station and Shin-Sanda Station: Shin-Osaka General Control Center
  365. Between Amanohashidate Station and Toyooka Station (Hyogo Prefecture): Two round-trip services
  366. Between Amino Station and Kyoto Station (via the Miyazu Line, the Miyafuku Line and the Sanin Main Line): Tango Explorer No. 2
  367. Between April 21 and April 23, 1176, there was a huge ceremony held at the Palace in Hoju-ji Temple for the cerebration of Emperor Goshirakawa's 50th event.
  368. Between Atomawari and Shiroyama
  369. Between August 29 and September 7, 1689, distinguished people in the castle town held Kukai (haiku meets) on several occasions.
  370. Between Ayabe Station and Higashi-Maizuru Station, and between Miyazu Station and Toyooka Station, the direction of movement is inverted.
  371. Between Ayabe Station and Toyooka Station (Hyogo Prefecture), the train began the operation as a special express train, which makes a connection with the train that's operated from Kyoto Station.
  372. Between Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state) Kintsune SAIONJI, his other daughter gave birth to Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) Saneo SAIONJI.
  373. Between December 1129 and January 1130 (November 1129 under the old lunar calendar), after the demise of Shirakawa in, a sculptor of Buddhist statues, Choen was attacked in Nanto, the southern capital (Nara).
  374. Between December 1346 and January 1347 the next year he served as the officiating priest for the memorial service of the thirteenth anniversary of his senior priest Sekiryo Ninkyo's death.
  375. Between February and March 1098, he became Ushosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of the Inner Palace Guards).
  376. Between February and March 1103, she also served as a menoto of Emperor Toba.
  377. Between February and March, the IJN Combined Fleet attempted to blockade Port Arthur by sinking older vessels at the entrance of the port, but this plan ended in failure (Port Arthur Blockade Operation).
  378. Between Fukami Village in Kurafuto and Sarafutsu Village in Hokkaido the set up of an underwater cable and a relay station was completed, telephone to the main island was opened.
  379. Between Fukuchiyama Station and Kinosakionsen Station: 95 km/h
  380. Between Hirakatashi Station and Demachiyanagi Station: limited express 6, local train 6
  381. Between Horikawa-dori Street and Senbon-dori Street, the street again becomes the Meitengai Shopping Street arcade.
  382. Between Horikawa-dori Street and the east exit of Nijo Station
  383. Between Ikoma Station and Gakken-Nara-Tomigaoka Station: 8.6 km
  384. Between Ikoma and Gakken-Nara-Tomigaoka
  385. Between Itami provisional station and Itami Station, the operation was restarted with a single-track.
  386. Between January - February (January in old lunar calendar): Reassigned to post of Bitchu gon no kami (Provisional governor of Bitchu Province).
  387. Between January and February 1129, when a roto (retainer) who was incarcerated in Rokkaku Prison for allegedly killing a Mushadokoro (Samurai Guard of the Imperial Palace) was pardoned, he argued with MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi who claimed ownership of this retainer.
  388. Between July and August of 1507, Masamoto HOSOKAWA was killed by men of his adopted child Sumiyuki HOSOKAWA, and a fight broke out between Sumiyuki and Masamoto's another adopted child Sumimoto HOSOKAWA, so Yoshinobu guarded the Imperial Palace with about 30 soldiers under his command.
  389. Between Kamo and Nara and between Tennoji and JR Nanba: 95 km/h
  390. Between Kamo and Oji: Automatic train stop (Base P system) and Automatic train stop (system)
  391. Between Kayashima Station and Hirakatashi Station: limited express 6; express (sub-express) 6; local train 6
  392. Between Keihan-Yamashina and Hamaotsu, railway-using transportation was secured through the use of train cars from the model 600 and 260 train cars.
  393. Between Kizu and JR Miyamaki: automatic blocking system (special)
  394. Between Kizu and Nagao, diesel trains ran back and forth nine times a day and one mixed train on the down line ran early in the morning.
  395. Between Komatsubara Station, Tojiin Station and Hakubaicho Station.
  396. Between Kyoto Station and Fukuchiyama Station/Higashi-Maizuru Station: One outbound train
  397. Between Kyoto Station and Fukuchiyama Station: 120 km/h
  398. Between Kyoto Station and Higashi-Maizuru Station, the 'Maizuru' and 'Tango Discovery' Limited Expresses provide 7 inbound services and 8 outbound ones per day.
  399. Between Kyoto Station and Kumihama Station (via the Sanin Main Line, the Maizuru Line and the Miyazu Line): Tango Explorer nos. 1 and 4
  400. Between Kyoto Station and Nishi-Maizuru Station (via the Sanin Main Line and the Maizuru Line): Tango Explorer No. 3
  401. Between Kyoto Station and Toyooka Station (Hyogo Prefecture)/Higashi-Maizuru Station: One outbound train and two inbound trains
  402. Between Kyoto and Chiba (Keisei Bus)
  403. Between Kyoto and Fukuoka (Keihan Bus/Nishitetsu Highway Bus)
  404. Between Kyoto and Kansai International Airport (Kansai Airport Limousine/Osaka Airport Transport/Keihan Bus)
  405. Between Kyoto and Kochi (Keihan Bus/Tosa Electric Railway/Kochi Bureau of Transport)
  406. Between Kyoto and Osaka Airport (Osaka Airport Transport)
  407. Between Kyoto and Shin-Osaka the trains run on the outer line, and between Shin-Osaka and Osaka the trains run on the inner line (but some trains run on the outer line during the morning rush hour).
  408. Between Kyoto and Takeda: limited express trains 4, express trains 4, local trains 4.
  409. Between Maibara Station and Osaka Station, a competition looks to exist between the Shinkansen line by JR Tokai and the Biwako line/JT Kyoto line by JR West, but it can be said that actually they are operated harmoniously.
  410. Between March and September of 1855, he left Kiyokawa Village with his mother.
  411. Between Matsuiyamate and Kyobashi: double line automatic blocking system
  412. Between Misasagi and Sanjo-keihan, 3.4 km
  413. Between Miyamaki and Matsuiyamate: single line automatic blocking system
  414. Between Miyazu Sambashi, Amanohashidate the second Sambashi and Ichinomiya eki Station (walk from Kasamatsu Cable-shita) can be changed to a sightseeing boat.
  415. Between Nagata Station and Ikoma Station, a maximum of 14 trains an hour run during the rush hours and eight trains during the less busy times of day, while between Ikoma Station and Gakken-Nara-Tomigaoka Station eight trains an hour run during the rush hours and four trains run during the less busy times of day.
  416. Between Nagata Station and the railroad/street-border point: 5.1 km
  417. Between Nagata and Ikoma
  418. Between Nanba/Kyoto and Nagano/Yudanaka (Nankai Bus/Nagaden Bus)
  419. Between Nara and Kizu, this series is utilized as direct regional rapid trains going through the Katamachi Line and JR Tozai Line.
  420. Between Nara and Tennoji: 120 km/h
  421. Between Nijo Station West Exit and Sanjo-dori Street
  422. Between Nijo and Shijo, a Funairi was constructed such that it projected out at a right angle toward from the river toward the west in order to allow the loading and unloading of goods, as well as allowing boats to perform a U-turn.
  423. Between Oji and JR Nanba: ATS-P (encoder system)
  424. Between Osaka/Kyoto and Toyama (Hankyu Bus/Toyama Chihou Tetsudou)
  425. Between Otsu and Keage
  426. Between Rokujizo and Misasagi, 8.7 km
  427. Between Sakai/Nanba/Kyoto and Tachikawa (Naknai Bus/Tachikawa Bus)
  428. Between Sakhalin and the coastline of the Japanese archipelago, there is a band of areas where the magnitude 7 class earthquakes frequently occur that is referred to as the Japan Sea Eastern Margin Mobile Belt.
  429. Between Sanjo-keihan and Uzumasa-tenjingawa, 5.4 km
  430. Between Shin-Osaka Station and Fukuchiyama Station, the operation started with the train coupled with the L-Limited Express 'Kita-Kinki (train).'
  431. Between Shin-Sanda Station and Fukuchiyama Station: Fukuchiyama Transport Control Center
  432. Between Shin-Tanabe and Yamato-Saidaiji: limited express trains 4, express trains 6, local trains 4.
  433. Between Shinmachi-dori Street and Omiya-dori Street, it is a part of Teranouchi where many temples are closed.
  434. Between Takeda and Shin-Tanabe: limited express trains 4, express trains 6, local trains 6.
  435. Between Tenmabashi Station and Kayashima Station: limited express 6; express (sub-express) 6; section express 6; local train 6
  436. Between Teramachi-dori Street and Karasuma-dori Street, it is now a narrow one-way street, but many modern-era architectural structures are found along it, such as the Old Kyoto Branch, Bank of Japan (present Museum of Kyoto Annex) and the Nakagyo Post Office, because it was the main street in the Meiji period.
  437. Between Tokyo and Osaka, two big cities in Japan, making a day trip became possible from 1958 using the limited express on the regular railway line, but the time allowed to stay at the trip destination was limited to only two hours.
  438. Between Tokyo/Yokohama and Kyoto/Osaka Umeda (Hankyu Bus)
  439. Between Umeda Station and Awaji Station there are also many through-trains that go directly toward Kita-senri Station via the Senri Line.
  440. Between Yodoyabashi Station and Tenmabashi Station: limited express 6; express (sub-express) 6; local train 6
  441. Between air masses in the north or between air masses in the south, no collision occurs and no front is formed because they have similar nature with each other.
  442. Between his lawful wife, there were only two daughters who died before him, so the eldest son, Sadaakira SUGANUMA succeeded as head of the family.
  443. Between that time and early-modern times, the Sugawara clan produced the six Houses of Tosho (families which were allowed to provide nobles), these being the houses of Takatsuji, Gojo, Higashibojo, Karahashi, Kiyooka, and Kuwabara.
  444. Between the 1950s and 1960s, there was a movement for the abolition of the Tennosei mainly from the communists.
  445. Between the Chen (Nancho) and Sui Dynasties, Chigi (智ギ) was titled as Kokushi.
  446. Between the Edo karakuri ningyo and the present robot, there exists no technical link, but not a few cultural links do exist.
  447. Between the Kitaoji-dori Street in the north and the Jujo-dori Street in the south, the street is straight and oriented due north, although the section north of Hirano-jinja Shrine in the north and the section south of the Kujo-dori Street run diagonally eastward.
  448. Between the Kon-do Hall and the east and west pagodas, branch temples such as Nakanobo Hall and Gonen-in Temple had been built, so that it is difficult to imagine the location at the time of foundation.
  449. Between the Meiji period and the end of World War II, Shrine Shinto was protected by the government because 'it was not a religion.'
  450. Between the Minamidamari entrance hall and the Seiden, there is a 70 m-long corridor, through which state guests and so on go from the Minamidamari to the Seiden.
  451. Between the Nara and the mid-Heian period
  452. Between the end of Bakufu period and the Meiji period, new Miyake were established one after another, some Imperial family members who left their positions, came back to the Imperial Palace to work protecting the Emperor.
  453. Between the end of the Edo Period and Meiji Era, the family produced Sanetsumu SANJO and his son Sanetomi SANJO who made a significant contribution to the Meiji Restoration.
  454. Between the end of the Heian and the Kamakura periods
  455. Between the end of the second century and the beginning of the third century, however, this distinctive Yayoi period style of moat settlement started to disappear from many regions.
  456. Between the entrance/exit gate and the platform, two stairs, an elevator and an up-escalator are provided.
  457. Between the first and second levels, the tahoto shows a cylinder-shaped body covered in white plaster; this part is called 'Kamebara' (literally, "tortoise body") and is indicative of the cylinder-shaped body it used to have.
  458. Between the first and second volume of Wakana, there is a blank of seven years.
  459. Between the genshitsu and the zenshitsu rooms, enormous stones, such as a stone gate post of 1.7 meters tall, are used.
  460. Between the initial and revised editions, there is another edition that seems to have been a modification of the initial edition.
  461. Between the late Heian and Kamakura periods, Naishi no kami was not appointed.
  462. Between the late Heian period and the Kamakura period, kakaku of the kuge was fixed and the government posts one could attain were restricted depending on one's lineage and pedigree.
  463. Between the late tenth century and the eleventh century in the mid Heian Period, Tato (powerful peasants) cultivated menden (reclaimed land exempt from charges) which was allowed by Kokushi (provincial governor), and privatized it.
  464. Between the middle of the third century and the late seventh century, a lot of major kofun were constructed in Japan, and at this time in Korea, a lot of kofun which have tumuli were constructed.
  465. Between the patterns, embroidery shall be processed so not to make a blank space.
  466. Between the period of peace between the Northern and Southern Dynasties and the Muromachi period, shoshiryo (the property of officials) was established, as well as regulations on storehouses of taxable products and kugonin (purveyors to the Imperial household), the income of which made up the deficit.
  467. Between the period of the cloistered government and the mid Kamakura period
  468. Between the railroad/street border point and Ikoma Station: 5.1 km
  469. Between the stone coffin and the back wall, harness such as gilt bronze saddle hardware as well as arms, Haji pottery, and Sue pottery were excavated.
  470. Between the study and practices, he enjoyed poetry and mixed with many celebrities such as Banzan KUMAZAWA and Kigin KITAMURA.
  471. Between the two works, she published 'Yuku Kumo' (literally, Going Cloud), 'Nigorie,' 'Jusanya' and others; the period from 'Otsugomori' to 'Uramurasaki' (literally, Purple on the Verso) is called her 'miraculous 14 months.'
  472. Between these Noh dramas, Noh farces enter. Therefore, it takes a long time for the entire show.
  473. Between these chronologies, there is a one-year 'gap' between the 'Hahakigi' and 'Otome' chapters.
  474. Between these times, any major military clash did not occurred between the Date family and the Uesugi family, but a skirmish and tension still continued around the border.
  475. Between these two episodes are inserted the following episodes: the hero's tragic love affair with Nijo no Kisaki, 'Azuma Kudari' where he journeys into Eastern provinces, his amour with Ise Saigu (Vestal Virgin of Ise), and the master-subject love between Imperial Prince Koretaka and him.
  476. Beverage
  477. Beverage makers sell their products, using "calorie-free" or "catechin effects" as their catch phrases; there are also green tea booms in Europe, America and Asian countries.
  478. Beverage service facilities: 11
  479. Beverages in Japan
  480. Beyond activities as a member of the Kanze group, Juro performed Noh performances held to raise subscriptions for the construction of shrines or temples at Omi Hyakusai-kyoji Temple in April 1477, and traveled for performances in 1464 and 1481.
  481. Beyond of the Hondo main hall, in the east of the precincts, Shaka-do hall (a hall in which a statue of the historical Buddha, Shakamuni, is enshrined), Amida-do Hall (temple hall having an enshrined image of Amitabha) and Oku-no-in (inner sanctuary) in that order from the north stand facing toward a precipice.
  482. Beyond that, it was politically difficult times, and it's amazing considering it was the achievement of Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa who was in the center of it.
  483. Beyond the Sanmon gate, there is Nyoirin-do (the main hall) to the front with its hip roof covered with Japanese cypress bark shingles, and to the left, there are 'kuri' (priests' living quarters) and treasure hall, and a 'tahoto' pagoda (multi-treasure pagoda) in a place one step higher.
  484. Beyond the mountain, there was a country of Emishi people (the Ezo [northerners], and the Ainu).'
  485. Beyond the rules and regulations enacted by the Edo shogunate, the shuga in full color was published that was ordinarily impossible.
  486. Beyond this was not clear.
  487. Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves: Sinkiang Uigur Autonomous Region, China
  488. Bhaisajyaguru hall (main hall, Important Cultural Property): Originally the main hall of Dendo-ji Temple in Tatsuta, Ikaruga Cho, Nara Prefecture that was relocated in 1904.
  489. BiVi Nijo
  490. BiVi Nijo is a four-story commercial building housing stores and other facilities, constructed in the former railway yard site of Japanese National Railway in front of the western entrance to Nijo Station in Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  491. Bibai City (Hokkaido)
  492. Biblical Theology Research Course
  493. Bibliographic data that describes the identification information for each material (including the title, author, publisher, year of publication, etc.) is created for each of the new materials acquired by the NDL, as described above.
  494. Bibliographic information
  495. Bibliographical introduction
  496. Bibliographical introduction by Zoku-Gunshoruiju Kanseikai is compiled in the book below.
  497. Bibliographical study
  498. Bibliography
  499. Bibliography developed in ancient China, and it is thought that it was brought to Japan prior to the Nara Period.
  500. Bic Camera JR Kyoto shop (JR Kyoto Station NK Building)
  501. Bicchu Matsuyama-jo Castle is the only example of the remains of a mountain castle that exists today.
  502. Bicchu Province
  503. Bicchu Province: Domains of Kamogata, Ikusaka, Niwase, Ashimori, Asao, Okada, Takahashi, Nariwa, and Niimi
  504. Bicchu Toji
  505. Bicchu entered in warlike period.
  506. Bicchu kagura dance (February 3, 1979)
  507. Bicchu no kami SUGI resigned himself to the reality that this day would be his last battle, and threw all his strength into an assault on the camp of Mitsuuji YAMANA, achieving a spectacular death in battle.
  508. Bicchu-matsuyama Domain
  509. Bicchu-matsuyama Domain (Bicchu Province)
  510. Bicchu-matsuyama Domain: Matsuyama-jo Castle (Bicchu Province)
  511. Bicchukokubun-ji Temple (Soja City, Okayama Prefecture): The Edo period (1835); 34.3 m tall
  512. Bichu Udon
  513. Bichu Udon is also referred to as Kamogata Udon, Bichu Kamogata Udon or Kamogawa Udon.
  514. Bichu Udon is made in Kamogata-cho, Asakuchi City, Okayama Prefecture and its vicinity.
  515. Bichu-no-kuni
  516. Bicycle
  517. Bicycle race
  518. Bicycle-Monorail: Must be three years old or older (No unaccompanied children if 110 cm or shorter) 400 yen
  519. Bicycles and motorized bicycles (categories one and two) can be left in the municipal bicycle parking area.
  520. Bicycles and other vehicles prohibited.
  521. Bicycling, whether on the roadway or on the sidewalk, is prohibited between Shijo Kawaramachi and Shijo Karasuma except during the nighttime.
  522. Bidatsu ryo Tumulus (Bidatsu ryo Kofun: The total length is less than 100 meters: The last keyhole-shaped tomb mound of Okimi ryo)
  523. Bidding to host the World Cup, the Kyoto Prefecture planned to build a soccer-specific stadium which met the standard for the international games and could accommodate about 40,000 people on the right bank of the Kizu-gawa River in Joyo City (Kyoto Prefecture).
  524. Biei Curry Udon' is characterized by thick noodles and plenty of ingredients such as vegetables contained in the curry sauce.
  525. Biei-cho, Kamikawa Sub-prefectural Office, Hokkaido Government utilizes its original Curry Udon for promoting tourism by terming it 'Biei Curry Udon.'
  526. Bifukumonin decided to demand of Shinzei what she had long desired: that her adopted son, Morihito, be raised to the imperial throne.
  527. Bifukumonin expected that Teishi would have a child soon.
  528. Bifukumonin had inherited from Cloistered Emperor Toba the most share of his shoen, making her a major landholder of the day and rendering Shinzei's ideas on shoen too threatening to ignore.
  529. Bifukumonin loved Imperial Prince Shigehito very much like her real child, and the Imperial Prince was partly believed to stay in a position closest to the next prince.
  530. Big Compensations and Troops Stationed by the Powers
  531. Big Hinamatsuri (Big Doll Festival)
  532. Big Octopus:
  533. Big Swan
  534. Big dotaku exceeding 40 centimeters with the running water-type patterns appeared in the late second century B.C.
  535. Big drum
  536. Big drum: Kadono Style
  537. Big drum: Kanze Style and Hosyo Renzaburo School
  538. Big drum: Okura Style and Komparu Saburoemon School
  539. Big drum: Takayasu Style
  540. Big drumer (Otsuzumikata)
  541. Big face and short in stature'
  542. Big flower varieties include Enmeiraku (such as Mottenohoka and Kakinomoto) which bears small violet flowers and Abokyu of yellow flowers.
  543. Big manufacturers locally produce soy-sauce.
  544. Big manufacturers sold the sake gathered from other breweries through okegai by mixing it, adding it to the sake they brewed in order to increase volume or packing it in bottles with their own brand.
  545. Big manufactures stopped growing and few non-taxable transactions were done.
  546. Big rice cakes used to celebrate a new year in Japan are decorated with onoshi (great noshi) or tabane noshi (noshi bundles).
  547. Big toro (hanging lantern) as 'Ship of souls' are fired at Miyazu Port, and then, small toro are sent chasing the big toro.
  548. Big water birds house
  549. Bigo-Fukuyama Domain: Fukuyama-jo Castle (Bingo Province)
  550. Bihoku Traffic Company: partially introduced
  551. Bijin-ga (portrait of a beautiful women), original drawing (ink and color on silk).
  552. Bijin-zu (picture of a beautiful woman) (Nara Prefectural Museum of Art)
  553. Bijinga
  554. Bijinga (a type of Ukiyoe portraying beautiful women)
  555. Bijinga (a type of Ukiyoe portraying beautiful women), Yakushae (print of Kabuki actors), Mushae (Ukiyoe prints of warriors) and Meishoe (landscape drawings), as a result of travel boom, were developed.
  556. Bijinga (pictures portraying beautiful women) of Yumeji TAKEHISA and illustrations drawn by Kasho TAKABATAKE attained popularity.
  557. Bijinga and advertisement
  558. Bijinga has long been one of the themes in ukiyoe, and an example of the very early stage is 'Mikaeri Bijin' (Beauty Looking Back), which is nikuhitsu bijinga (hand paintings of beautiful women) by Moronobu HISHIKAWA.
  559. Bijinga in Japan
  560. Bijinga in Japanese art
  561. Bijinga in the Meiji and Taisho periods
  562. Bijinga in ukiyoe
  563. Bijinga is a general term for paintings that are in the motif of so-called feminine beauty, or feminine looks and inner beauty.
  564. Bijinga painted by Eisen is considered to have symbolically shown a decadent sense of beauty in the Bunka-Bunsei eras in the late Edo period.
  565. Bijinga: Pictures depicting young women.
  566. Bijutsu-kan' was used as the word to mean an art exhibition building for the first time in 1877, when the First National Industrial Exhibition was held in Ueno, Tokyo.
  567. Bikaku gesu
  568. Bikkaiho (Adultery Control Law)
  569. Bikkaiho (Adultery Control Law) was a law that stipulated the handling of adultery.
  570. Bikkurihausu Jutakutenjijo (housing exhibit)' at PARCO Museum (Tokyo)
  571. Bill
  572. Bill account also spread with convenience to avoid carrying a large amount of coins.
  573. Billiken (the god of good luck)
  574. Billow-crested seas! Flowing towards Sado Isle heaven's Milky Way
  575. Bills collected and redeemed
  576. Bimashittara-Ashura-o (Bimashittara)
  577. Bimetallism completely replaced the previous system notionally by this movement.
  578. Bimyo Daishi Juo Sohitsu (1296 - 1380): Remonstrated Emperor Godaigo in the Kenmu Restoration.
  579. Binan-mono (literally "tale of a handsome man") (such as "Oshio," "Unrin-in")
  580. Binbo-gami
  581. Binbo-gami is a god who brings poverty to the people whom they cling to or their families.
  582. Binbogami (deity of poverty) and Yakubyogami (deity of the transmission of epidemics) were talked about along with Death.
  583. Binchotan charcoal
  584. Bind the hair together at the top of the head and divide it into right and left, then make a loop with each of them tying their ends to the root of the ponytail; and finally the root is covered with broad takenaga (paper strip used as a hair ornament).
  585. Binding
  586. Binding strings are two colors: crimson and yellow.
  587. Binding strings were usually two colors of red and white to tie the strings of Nina decoration.
  588. Bindorabaradaja, Pindolabharadraja
  589. Bing Su (氷水" in Korean): Shaved ice in the Republic of Korea
  590. Bing-zhong LIU
  591. Bingo Kasuri
  592. Bingo Province
  593. Bingo Province: Bingo-fukuyama Domain
  594. Bingo-fukuyama Domain
  595. Bingo-no-kuni
  596. Binimokyo Sutra, Volume I
  597. Binkake, also called as Hairo, Karo (furnace)
  598. Binso meant for Shonagon (the Minor Councilor of State) to submit his report to the Emperor on daily affairs including miscellaneous duties in the imperial court.
  599. BintaroYAMAGUCHI, a researcher on specters, says that that is possibly because all large monsters coming from the water were called 'Ushioni.'
  600. Binzo KUMANO (the compilation chief of the old civil laws)
  601. Bio-navigation Research Center
  602. Biofuel (Biocoke/biodiesel)
  603. Biographical material of the Gesaku writers
  604. Biographies
  605. Biographies and autobiographies: Ojoden (biographies of people who attained rebirth in the Pure Land)
  606. Biographies of Confucians, 10 volumes (concerning Confucian scholars)
  607. Biographies of Empresses, 3 volumes
  608. Biographies of Imperial Families, 6 volumes
  609. Biographies of Kozoku (branch families of four busho families which were dealt with in the biographies of busho), 16 volumes
  610. Biographies of Nanjo and Kasahara were written in the early chapter of "Indogaku no Akebono" (Dawn of Indology) written by Shinji MAEJIMA and published by Sekai Seiten Kyokai.
  611. Biographies of Princes, 3 volumes
  612. Biographies of Princesses, 1 volume
  613. Biographies of busho (Japanese military commander), 30 volumes (concerning the Ashikaga Shogun family, the Oda clan, the Toyotomi clan, and the Tokugawa Shogun family, although the last volume has a table of contents only)
  614. Biographies of chaste ladies, 3 volumes
  615. Biographies of doctors, 3 volumes
  616. Biographies of dutiful children, 3 volumes
  617. Biographies of foreigners, 10 volumes
  618. Biographies of maternal relatives, 2 volumes (concerning the Tokugawa Shogun family's maternal relatives)
  619. Biographies of men of chivalry, 1 volume
  620. Biographies of men of loyalty and courage, 3 volumes
  621. Biographies of priests, 2 volumes (concerning Buddhist priests)
  622. Biographies of rebellious vassals, 1 volume
  623. Biographies of recluses, 1 volume
  624. Biographies of regents, chancellors and ministers
  625. Biographies of scholarly vassals, 10 volumes (concerning the court nobles in Kyoto)
  626. Biographies of the Emperors, 21 volumes (the 21st volume concerning the former Emperor Ninko has a table of contents only)
  627. Biographies of traitors, 2 volumes
  628. Biographies of waka poets, 1 volume
  629. Biographies of warrior vassals, 158 volumes (concerning various daimyo)
  630. Biographies of wicked vassals, 1 volume
  631. Biography
  632. Biography and Achievements
  633. Biography and Personal Profile
  634. Biography and Timeline
  635. Biography and achievements
  636. Biography and personal profile
  637. Biography and the achievements in music
  638. Biography collection of Priest Shoku
  639. Biography of Chisho Daishi
  640. Biography of Eizan Daishi
  641. Biography of Jikaku Daishi
  642. Biography of Joe, Toshi Kaden (Biographies of the Fujiwara clan)
  643. Biography of Master Xuanzhuang, Volume 6
  644. Biography of Seisuke OGAWA
  645. Biography was also published at the same time.
  646. Biography.
  647. Biography:
  648. Bioinformatics Center, attached to the Institute
  649. Biological Activity
  650. Biological Characteristics
  651. Biological Laboratory of the Imperial Household
  652. Biological children
  653. Biological children include Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor) Toshihiro BOJO.
  654. Biological father
  655. Biological son of Kira Kozuke no Suke.
  656. Biological survey on organisms in the pond was conducted by Kyoto Prefecture in 1999.
  657. Biology
  658. Biomarker Research Center
  659. Biomedical Engineering Research Center
  660. Biomimetics Research Center
  661. Biomolecular Engineering
  662. Biophysical aspects
  663. Biostudies Career Development
  664. Bira-kanzashi: Small kanzashi, such as small flower kanzashi, is used, but those who actually wear them are girls or maiko.
  665. Birabira-kanzashi: Kanzashi for unmarried women invented during the Edo period (Kansei era).
  666. Birakan: Metallic kanzashi which was also called 'ogi' or 'himegata.'
  667. Biramba (Vilamba)
  668. Bird on Sasanqua Branch
  669. Birds are sometimes thrown up to wheel in the sky in order to bring a festival to life.
  670. Birds:
  671. Birobo (毘炉帽)
  672. Biroge no kuruma: A carriage with its roof thatched with torn binro leaves.
  673. Birth
  674. Birth - Nariakira's aide
  675. Birth Place
  676. Birth and childhood
  677. Birth circumstances
  678. Birth of Akari Shoji
  679. Birth of Hideyori/Death of Hideyoshi
  680. Birth of Katsudo Benshi
  681. Birth of Tenson Ninigi
  682. Birth of a railroad project
  683. Birth of a sugi shoji (cedar paneled door)
  684. Birth of architects
  685. Birth ratio of Maizuru City: 1.82 (Entire Kyoto Prefecture is 1.28)
  686. Birth ratio/population aging rate
  687. Birth year of 1082: it is described that Yoshikuni was 18 when Yoshitada died, according to 'Nitta Ashikaga Ryo-kakeizu' (genealogies of both Nitta and Ashikaga families) owned by Ashikaga Banna-ji Temple.
  688. Birth year of 1084: described in "Keizu sanyo" (pedigree charts of Edo period).
  689. Birth year of 1089: different theory of the above.
  690. Birth year unknown, to February 27, 1678.
  691. Birthplace
  692. Birthplace of Rosanjin KITAOJI
  693. Birthplace/personalities
  694. Birthplace: In front of JR Kyoto Station
  695. Births
  696. Birushana-butsu was a Buddha teacher who had been taught in the Kegon-kyo (Avatamsaka Sutra; a body of Buddhist scriptures which were formed in Central Asia before and after 400 A.D., and it was brought to Japan via China), and was described as the head of a religious sect of 'the Lotus Matrix World' by the Kegon-kyo.
  697. Bisei (also pronounced 'Yoshishizu') FUKUBA (August 24, 1831-August 14, 1907) was a Japanese samurai, a feudal retainer of the Tsuwano Domain, a scholar of Japanese classical literature, and a poet.
  698. Bisei FUKUBA
  699. Bisei FUKUBA (former Jingi Taifu [the vice-minister of the institution for dedicating to religious ceremony]) (- 1872)
  700. Bishagatsuku, said to appear in Fukui Prefecture, is also a similar Yokai.
  701. Bishamon Kikko
  702. Bishamon-do
  703. Bishamon-do Hall
  704. Bishamon-do Monzeki (Monzeki Temple) (a temple where the head priest is a member of the imperial family)
  705. Bishamon-do Temple
  706. Bishamon-do Temple (Important Cultural Property): It is a small pagoda nearby Kannon-do Hall.
  707. Bishamon-do Temple is Buddhist temple belonging to the Tendai Sect located in Yamashina-ku Ward, Kyoto City.
  708. Bishamon-do hall (Ichigan Yakushi-do hall)
  709. Bishamon-do: Located at the bottom of the stone steps that lead to the Kondo.
  710. Bishamondo
  711. Bishamonten
  712. Bishamonten (North) (wVaisravana)
  713. Bishamonten (Private Collection)
  714. Bishamonten (Vaisravana): the first day of the Tiger in January, May and September
  715. Bishamonten (vaizravaNa in Sanskrit) is a Buddha of the Tenbu, deities who reside in a heavenly realm, this being one of six realms in which the souls of living beings transmigrate from one to another, in Buddhism.
  716. Bishamonten Festival
  717. Bishamonten Festival is held from 7th to 9th of the lunar New Year at Myoho-ji Temple in Fuji City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
  718. Bishamonten is one of the seven Kyoto gods of good fortune.
  719. Bishamonten, Vaisravana
  720. Bishu ke bon
  721. Bishu-Chikurin school: the lineage transmitted in domain of Owari
  722. Bissextile September, 1327: assumed the position of chief of the Zokofuku-ji Temple.
  723. Bistros
  724. Bitasen
  725. Bitasen was a coin of very poor quality among those circulated during late Medieval Japan.
  726. Bitchu Province
  727. Bitchu Province in the Sengoku period (period of Warring States) was split among numerous kokujin ryoshu (local samurai lords) after the Hosokawa clan, shugo (provincial constable) had gone into decline, but the Mimura clan stood out among them.
  728. Bitchu Province is also known as an area where a variety of private paper money and the like were issued as well by towns, villages, wealthy farmers or wealthy merchants, and so on.
  729. Bitchu Province was occupied by 8 clans and more than 10 territories of Hatamoto families, the bakufu, and the Gosankyo, and so on including the 50,000-koku Bitchu-Matsuyama clan.
  730. Bitchu Takamatsu-jo Castle was then one of the few hirajiro or numajiro (castles built on the level ground) which were based on swamps, and was suitable for firearms and cavalry operations.
  731. Bitchu-no-kuni Taizeifu-Shibocho
  732. Bitchu-no-kuni Taizeifu-Shibocho (record of the dead with unpaid tax in Bitchu Province) (owned by Shoso-in Treasure Repository)
  733. Bite sized meat, sea food and vegetables are put on a skewer, one ingredient on one skewer, breaded and deep-fried.
  734. Biten YASUMOTO argues that although ancient emperors described in the Kojiki and the Nihon Shoki are likely to be historical figures, descriptions about the practice of the imperial throne being passed down from father to son and the lengths of the emperors' reigns are highly dubious.
  735. Biten YASUMOTO claims that, considering the average periods of the various emperors' reigns, the era of Himiko overlaps with the era of Amaterasu.
  736. Bits of Knowledge
  737. Bits of knowledge
  738. Bitter criticism (an irrational trial)
  739. Bitter orange, sakaki (species of evergreen sacred to Shinto), pine trees and bamboo
  740. Bittern, yose
  741. Bivalves such as clams would not match any shell other than their counterpart, so people played kaiawase choosing a pair out of the shells placed face down.
  742. Biwa
  743. Biwa (biba) was introduced to Japan from China around the seventh and eighth century.
  744. Biwa (biwa, biba, pipa) is one of the stringed instruments of the lute family in East Asia.
  745. Biwa Hoshi (Biwa-playing Minstrel)
  746. Biwa in China
  747. Biwa in Japan
  748. Biwa players such as Kenjo TSURUSAKI and Takeko YOSHIDA helped promote this biwa music.
  749. Biwa today
  750. Biwa used in the Qing Dynasty were different from those used until the Tang Dynasty and had a shape slightly similar to Japanese moso-biwa (blind priests' biwa), having the same number of stings but more frets as many as fourteen.
  751. Biwa was popular also in the karyukai (world of the geisha) and so-called 'biwa geisha' appeared during a certain period.
  752. Biwa-ko Lake Canal (Heritage of Industrial Modernization)
  753. Biwa-ko Lake Paradise is a complex including recreational and amusement park facilities with a spa resort (health center), established next to the former Biwa-ko Lake Spa Resort (the Hotel Koyo (currently the "Ryotei Koyo") located in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture).
  754. Biwabokuboku
  755. Biwabokuboku is a Japanese specter that is introduced in "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro" (One hundred bags in idleness), a collection of specters illustrations by Sekien TORIYAMA, and it is a specter of biwa (Japanese lute).
  756. Biwako Bank (びわこ銀行), Biwako Kyotei (びわこ競艇場), Otsu Biwako Keirin (大津びわこ競輪場), MIO Biwako Kusatsu (MIOびわこ草津), Biwako Seikei Sports College (びわこ成蹊スポーツ大学), JA Higashi Biwako (東びわこ農業協同組合), and others
  757. Biwako Broadcasting Co., Ltd., Minami Biwako Station (tentative name, formerly Biwako Ritto Station), etc.
  758. Biwako Bunkakan has been closed since March 31, 2008 (in fact since March 30 because it was normally closed on Mondays) and it is not possible for the public to enter.
  759. Biwako Bunkakan is located in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  760. Biwako Bunkakan opened in 1961 as Shiga Prefecture's first integrated museum, including a general history museum, a modern art museum, an observation tower, and a freshwater aquarium.
  761. Biwako Fireworks Festival (August 8 every year)
  762. Biwako Hall
  763. Biwako Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Shiga
  764. Biwako Hot Spring
  765. Biwako Hotel
  766. Biwako Kisen
  767. Biwako Kisen and other companies operate from Otsu Port.
  768. Biwako Kyotei Boat Race
  769. Biwako Line
  770. Biwako Line (Tokaido Main Line)
  771. Biwako Ohashi Port
  772. Biwako Otsu Summer Festival
  773. Biwako Shuko no Uta Shiryokan Song Museum
  774. Biwako Shuko no Uta Shiryokan song museum
  775. Biwako Sokui (琵琶湖疏水) or Lake Biwa Canal (since 疏 is not included in the national list of Chinese characters in common use, 疎 is also used as in 琵琶湖疎水) is a waterway that was built to transport water from Lake Biwa to Kyoto City.
  776. Biwako Sosui (Channel)
  777. Biwako Sosui (Lake Biwa Canal)
  778. Biwako Sosui (channel) (Kamo-gawa Canal)
  779. Biwako Sosui (channel) site of Fushimi Incline
  780. Biwako Sosui and civil engineering technology
  781. Biwako Valley
  782. Biwako Wan Wan Kingdom
  783. Biwako Wan wan Kingdom was Japan's largest canine theme park, and was located on the shores of Lake Biwa, in Moriyama City, Shiga Prefecture.
  784. Biwako-Hakkei (eight places of scenic beauty around Lake Biwa)
  785. Biwako-onsen Hot Spring (a hot spring near Biwako [Lake Biwa])
  786. Biwako-onsen Hot Spring was formerly famous as a leisure complex in which Hotel Koyo (year of opening: 1964) played a central role.
  787. Biwas at the time of introduction were preserved as treasures of Shoso-in Treasure Repository.
  788. Biyun Temple (Beijing, People's Republic of China)
  789. Bizan KAWAKAMI
  790. Bizen Kurumazuka-kofun Tumulus (Okayama City, Okayama Prefecture)
  791. Bizen Kurumazuka-kofun Tumulus (Okayama Prefecture)
  792. Bizen Nyudo HIRAI also argued along the same lines, trying to persuade Yoshihiro that he should re-swear his allegiance and appeal to the Shogun's good graces, for if he did not he would be declared an enemy of the Imperial Court and his whole family would be destroyed.
  793. Bizen Nyudo HIRAI, who had been warning against any effort to overthrow the shogunate for some time now, asserted that any offensive strike was futile, and proposed that they hole up in their castles.
  794. Bizen Province
  795. Bizen Province: Okayama Domain
  796. Bizen Saburo Kunimune: Imitation swords have been confirmed since ancient times (the middle of the Kamakura period).
  797. Bizen no kuni Tomonari
  798. Bizen ware (Bizen City, Okayama Prefecture)
  799. Bizen was the daughter of MINAMOTO no Arimune
  800. Bizen-no-kuni
  801. Bkah-hgyur means 'hgyur (translation)' of 'Bkah,' i.e., Syakamuni's word itself, and Bstan-hgyur means 'hgyur (translation)' of 'Bstan,' i.e., a commentary of 'Bkah' by scholars of Indian Buddhism such as Ryuju.
  802. Black Books
  803. Black Dao ethnic group
  804. Black Raku tea bowl, 'Hototogisu' (lesser cuckoo): A property of Fujita Museum
  805. Black Raku tea bowl, 'Koto'
  806. Black Raku tea bowl, 'Kuroki' (black tree): A property of Raku Museum
  807. Black Raku tea bowl, 'Oguro': Owned by the former Konoike family, currently in a private collection, an important cultural property.
  808. Black Raku tea bowl, 'Sangokuichi' (unparalleled in Japan and China and India)
  809. Black Raku tea bowl, 'Shunkan': Owned by Mitsui Bunko, an important cultural property.
  810. Black Raku tea bowl, 'Tekkai' (name of immortal mountain wizard): A property of Tekisui Art Museum
  811. Black Raku tea bowl, 'Tengu' (long-nosed goblin): A property of Fushin-an (Omotesenke)
  812. Black Raku tea bowl, Ama-gumo (Mitsui Memorial Museum, Important Cultural Property)
  813. Black Tabi
  814. Black and white are commonly used.
  815. Black artificial teeth are made for these regions.
  816. Black beans contain antioxidant-rich anthocyan.
  817. Black bear
  818. Black cat
  819. Black eggs
  820. Black fill indicates the bus stop designated as boarding only.
  821. Black hair taken good care of as 'a woman's life' was nothing but trouble in an emergency.
  822. Black haneri, which is favored by nifty men, are the main stream products for men, followed by those of refined and soft color such as light blue, grey, brown, deep green or indigo.
  823. Black lacquer desk
  824. Black lacquer sword
  825. Black lacquered zushi
  826. Black patches on a white coat
  827. Black soybean
  828. Black string is commonly used, but white and red ones are also found, depending on schools and intended use.
  829. Black syrup or brown sugar lump dissolved in hot water
  830. Black was India ink.
  831. Black-eyed peas
  832. Black-headed gull
  833. Black-lacquered table with mother-of-pearl inlay
  834. Black-necked stilt
  835. Black-necked swan
  836. Black-tailed gull
  837. Blade
  838. Blade Technique (Sekijin-giho)
  839. Blade length 65.9 cm, curve 3.0 cm, shaft 77.7 cm
  840. Blade pattern/ Sanbonsugi (three cidar trees), Partly Kakedashi (chipped), Tight Nioi-kuchi (small particles of Martensite), Sunanagashi (brushed sand) accompanied, With Ko-nie (several large particles of Martensite)
  841. Blade sharpeners were used for kitchen knives, pinking shears, razors, expensive knives, and even by carpenters who were not skilled in sharpening.
  842. Blair House: Washington, D.C., USA
  843. Blaming me for my three-year absence resulted in eternal separation.'
  844. Blanch it to take oil.
  845. Blanch mekabu seaweed in a pot of boiling water until the color turns from brown to green and transfer the seaweed into a bowl of cold water.
  846. Blank
  847. Blank parts in records
  848. Blank year
  849. Blankets
  850. Blazing flames rising from these foregoing 5 mountains are supposed to take spirits of the departed known as 'Oshorai-san (spirit)' to the afterlife.
  851. Bleached cotton, cotton muslin and so on are often used.
  852. Bleachers for spectators of the bicycle racing remained until 2006 when they were dismantled after becoming too old.
  853. Blended miso - made by blending miso mentioned above.
  854. Blessed with musical talent, he had followers of the nenbutsu chant the Rokuji raisan in a chorus to a tune he had written with his fellow priest Juren, and thus he played a vital role in spreading Senju Nenbutsu (the Single-Minded Recitation of the Nenbutsu).
  855. Blessed with no child, Tadamoto adopted Kunomiya, who was a prince of Emperor Goyozei (then renamed the prince Akiyoshi ICHIJO) and made Akiyoshi the heir to the Ichijo family.
  856. Blessed with the conditions of the time including the Britain's favorable stance toward Japan due to the anxiety of the Imperial Russia's advancement to the East Asia, the negotiations almost succeeded.
  857. Blind Boy
  858. Blithely assuming that the samurai of Kamakura would obey the Imperial decree and strike down Yoshitoki, the retired Emperor Gotoba and the rest of the capital faction leaders had not anticipated the shogunal sortie, and were thrown into considerable panic.
  859. Block (railway)
  860. Block (railway) :
  861. Block (railway) system: Automatic block system
  862. Block (railway) system: Cab signal (automatic train control device, automatic train operation device)
  863. Block (railway) system: automatic block system
  864. Block (railway) system: automatic block system (special)
  865. Block (railway) system: special automatic block system (track circuit detection system)
  866. Block (railway) system: tablet and ticket system
  867. Block (railway):
  868. Block (railway): Automated block system
  869. Block (railway): Automatic block system
  870. Block (railway): Double-track automatic block system
  871. Block (railway): Staff block system
  872. Block (railway): automatic block system (double-track section), single-track automatic block system (single-track section)
  873. Block System (railway) : Restricted Automatic Block System (Electronic Sign Checking System)
  874. Block of Tibetan Buddhist Scriptures (Tibet, Mongolia, Ching)
  875. Block print and Ukiyoe (Japanese woodblock prints).
  876. Block registers listed only adult males who were allocated to labor duty.
  877. Block system (railway): Automatic block system
  878. Block system: signals set inside trains (with Automatic Train Control (ATC))
  879. Blockade Runner
  880. Blocks of different colors are put on the topsoil so that the location, the shape, and the size of the chamber can be recognized.
  881. Blood Relationship
  882. Blood relations of these gods were not written in the honjo, but the arufumi writings contains them as a variant version.
  883. Blood relationship
  884. Blood relatives
  885. Blood type: O
  886. Blood-pressure checks
  887. Blossom forecast
  888. Blossoms(花) by Heihachiro FUKUDA
  889. Blow air into the kiseru to blow away remained ashes in the bowl if any.
  890. Blowfish is sometimes viewed as a similar kind of foodstuff.
  891. Blowgun
  892. Blowtorch
  893. Blue
  894. Blue Books
  895. Blue Fudo: Kyoto, Shorenin, kempon-colored statue of Fudo Myoo with two youths (a national treasure)
  896. Blue Hawaii: Blue syrup that reminds us of the cocktail, blue Hawaii.
  897. Blue Ido tea bowl: This Ido tea bowl with the inscription 'Ryokumo' is a fine example of an Ido tea bowl and SEN no Rikyu is said to have been highly fond of using it.
  898. Blue Karaginu is woven with green warp and yellow weft, and the yellow lining is added in the Yamashina school.
  899. Blue Ribbon Awards
  900. Blue Ribbon Awards (1961) Best Actor Award: Toshiro MIFUNE
  901. Blue Ribbon Awards (1961) Best Music Award: Masaru SATO
  902. Blue Ribbon Awards (1961) Special Award: Toshiro MIFUNE (for his international success)
  903. Blue books became popular around the same time, but quickly fell out of fashion because the style was rough.
  904. Blue certificate sticker - fiber other than silk, such as natural fiber, chemical fiber and synthetic fiber is used.
  905. Blue dye, created from Kariyasu grass represents 'benevolence,' red dye from madder 'politeness,' dark-blue dye from indigo (plant) 'wisdom,' yellow dye from turmeric or bayberry 'faith' and purple dye from purple gromwell 'virtue.'
  906. Blue eyes and Kinme Ginme (literally, a golden eye and a silver eye) (odd-eyed [cat]) in which the color of the right eye and the left eye is different are sometimes seen.
  907. Blue in ancient times was close to purple.
  908. Blue peacock
  909. Blue, red, white and black ingredients of chirashi zushi are said to represent these gods of directions or four seasons.
  910. Blue-skinned fish is served with grated daikon radish.
  911. Blueberry
  912. Blushes (picking-up brushes and kirikane brushes)
  913. Bm Rissen Banshikicho tone (Winter)
  914. Bo Hai exported Yakuyo ninjin (ginseng) and fur products to Japan, and Japan exported silk and cotton products to Bo Hai.
  915. Bo Hai was founded by Jo-yeong DAE in 698, but it became opposed to the Tang Dynasty and Silla in the period of Muye DAE, and it was planned to dispatch an envoy to Japan in order to warn against the power.
  916. Bo Sosan (Mou Zongsan)
  917. Bo Yubeshi (yubeshi bar)
  918. Bo-no-te (stick-in-hand performances)
  919. Bo-no-te is a traditional performing arts of classical Japanese dance, in which basic forms of Japanese martial arts such as sword, staff, and halberd techniques are transformed into dancing.
  920. Bo-no-te survives in various regions and is performed by local children at festivals.
  921. Boan SHIMOZU
  922. Boan SHIMOZU (1570 - June 18, 1631) was a samurai in the early Edo period.
  923. Boar - Amidanyorai
  924. Board games
  925. Board of directors (consisting of five members)
  926. Board the Nara Kotsu Bus at JR Kamo Station, and exit the bus at the Harayama stop.
  927. Boarding Point
  928. Boarding at Umeda Station
  929. Boarding doors fixed in four places of the facade shows that the existing parts consist of four living quarters.
  930. Boarding limited express and K-limited express trains
  931. Boarding platform
  932. Boarding platforms
  933. Boarding turnaround trains is no longer required because super express (including K-Ltd. express) trains now stop at Chushojima Station and Tanbabashi Stations, thereby ensuring the convenience of stations where non-local trains don't stop.
  934. Boards are used for the kasagi and nuki.
  935. Boards thicker than kokera boards are used.
  936. Boasted by the Retired Emperor Shirakawa, the garden was a Jodo style one where residences such as the Minami-dono (south) hall and Kita-dono (north) hall, and other halls and towers, including Anrakuju-in Temple, were placed around the pond.
  937. Boasting many achievements as a politician, he was the first Asian American to be elected as a member of the Cabinet.
  938. Boat and ship services
  939. Boat drawings made on the excavated Haniwa, and so on
  940. Boat race
  941. Boat shape
  942. Boatpier Kyoto Yawata
  943. Boats in Service
  944. Bob MATSUI
  945. Bobbers and pirates appeared frequently, but the imperial court and kokushi could not cope with the situation using the gundan-soldier system that had become a dead letter and were forced to take a new measure to combat them.
  946. Bocchan (April 1906, "Hototogisu"/1907, included in "Uzurakago" published by Shunyodo)
  947. Bocchan Dango
  948. Bocho
  949. Bocho Kotsu
  950. Bocho Kotsu solely began operation of the daytime limited express Maiko-go.
  951. Bocquet has calculated that it requires a speed of 12 m/s and spinning at 14 revolutions per second to achieve 38 skips, the former Guinness world record set by Coleman-McGhee.
  952. Bodai Senna (Bodhisena)
  953. Bodai Senna (Bodhisena, 704-760) was a priest from a foreign country in the Nara period.
  954. Bodai Senna is known as a monk who served as doshi (Lead Chanter) in the kaigan ceremony (eye-opening) of Great Buddha of Todai-ji Temple.
  955. Bodai Senna was born a Brahmin in India.
  956. Bodai Senna, a Buddhist priest from India, was in charge of the Kaigen doshi (an officiating priest to consecrate a newly made Buddhist statue or image by inserting the eyes).
  957. Bodai Shogon Darani, Muku Joko Konpon Darani, Issai Nyorai Shin Himitsu Zenshin Hokyo Darani, Senju-sengen Darani, Amida Dai-shingon - 1 scroll
  958. Bodai-Moto
  959. Bodai-in Omi-do
  960. Bodai-in Temple
  961. Bodai-ji Temple (Mutsu City)
  962. Bodai-ji Temple (Sanda City).
  963. Bodai-moto was also called "ikaki-moto," because it used "ikaki" (a bamboo sieve), which is like the bamboo (or plastic) colander today.
  964. Bodai-moto was mentioned in some books, such as "Goshu-no-nikki," the oldest book on sake brewing techniques written in the early Muromachi period, and "Domoshuzoki," the best and the most detailed book on sake brewing techniques written in the early Edo period, and the descriptions show us how advanced the sake brewing techniques in those days were.
  965. Bodaiji (Family Temple)
  966. Bodaimoto (sake mash used since the mid Heian Period to produce high-class sake) (sake mash used since the middle of Heian Period for high-class sake)
  967. Bodaimoto sake mash contains lactobacillus and yeast..
  968. Bodaisen
  969. Bodhi means 'awake,' and sattva means 'a living person' so that it was freely translated into 'the living things' or 'humanity.'
  970. Bodhiruci persuaded him that it was Buddhism that contained the true teachings of eternal life, and gave him "Kan Muryoju-kyo Sutra" (Meditation Sutra).
  971. Bodhisattva playing a musical instrument is painted on the pillars and Hiten (a flying, music-playing Buddhist angel) and birds with human's faces on hinuki.
  972. Bodies were accommodated in the patrol post once and moved to searching headquarters later.
  973. Body
  974. Body measuring
  975. Body treatment method/burial
  976. Body-care
  977. Bofura (a ceramic kettle)
  978. Bofura (also called Tokan or iron kettle) or Dobin (earthenware teapot)
  979. Bofura has also been produced domestically like other Sencha utensils.
  980. Bofura is a utensil for boiling water and a type of dobin (earthenware teapot).
  981. Bofura is also called in different names such as 'Yukan,' 'Yubin' and 'Yuwakashi.'
  982. Bofura is directly put on to a fire therefore it is a made of earthenware of Suyaki (biscuit fire), not a ceramic made.
  983. Bofura is roughly classified as follows:
  984. Bofura is written as '保夫良' or '保宇夫良' in Chinese characters, which varies with the schools.
  985. Bofura of 'Bunsei-watari' is made with good quality soil therefore it is very thin, and said as if they were holding the kettle made of paper.
  986. Bofuri (Stick Swinging)
  987. Bofuri (Stick Waving)
  988. Bogd Khaan regime, which was forced to deal with pressure from powerful countries conducted the translation into Mongolian language of "Bankoku Koho" because they wished to move diplomatic negotiations forward with advantages.
  989. Bogo JANG (790 - 846?) was a Korean who established power across the sea in Silla (ancient Korean kingdom), Tang (Chinese Dynasty) and Japan during the TongilSilla (United Silla) period.
  990. Bogo JANG gave a force of 5,000 men to his friend Jeongyeon to support Ujing KIM and killed King Minae; Ujing KIM ascended the throne as King Sinmu.
  991. Bogo JANG was born in a coastal region of southern Silla in around 790AC, moved to the Shandong Peninsula of China in 810 to join the local military power the Muryeong Army of Xunzhou Province, and fought against a northern military group member Jeong-gi YI who was from Goguryeo (Kingdom of Korea).
  992. Bogo JANG, who based his headquarters in the current Wando District, South Cholla Province, put minor groups on the sea of the southern Silla and widely traded with Tang and Japan as well as Islam merchants residing near the ports along the coast of china.
  993. Bogo JANG/CHANG (張保皐)
  994. Bogo Jang Fleet
  995. Bogo no Mitchoku (a secret imperial decree)
  996. Bogo no mitchoku is an incident that Emperor Komei gave a chokusho (imperial decree) to the Mito Domain on September 14, 1858.
  997. Bogu (a protector) (Japanese art of fencing)
  998. Bogu is protective gear to protect players' body in the Japanese art of fencing, naginata (a long pole with a sharp curving sword), and jukendo (the martial art using the bayonet).
  999. Bogutsuki karate (koshiki karate)
  1000. Bogutsuki karate refers to karate matches in which contestants wear protective gear when fighting.

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