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  1. Bushi
  2. Bushi (武士, mononofu, samurai) existed from the 10th century to the 19th century and was a member of a family community whose top was the master of Soke (the head family) and whose profession was a warrior.
  3. Bushi as a family of public entertainment
  4. Bushi as civil officers
  5. Bushi does not cancel what he said before.
  6. Bushi of namaribushi is common to the bushi of katsuobushi (dried bonito), but namaribushi is not dried as much as katsuobushi, therefore it can be eaten as it is.
  7. Bushi should have compassion for the weak.
  8. Bushi should help each other and have compassion for each other.
  9. Bushi way of business (this expression is usually used to mean a poorly-run business as it gives the impression of someone engaging in something that is not their specialty, meaning that they will most likely fail because of inexperience)
  10. Bushidan
  11. Bushidan (warrior bands) in Mikawa Province, which had close links with the Kamo clan, used the aoi-mon as their family crests.
  12. Bushidan (warrior bands) refers to the group of bushi (samurai) that existed mainly from the late Heian, Kamakura, the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) (Japan), and lasted until the Muromachi period.
  13. Bushidan called Musashi-shichito Parties merged later from these maki.
  14. Bushido (the way of the samurai)
  15. Bushido and the modern awareness
  16. Bushido as a way of thought
  17. Bushido is a way of survival as an individual fighter, which focuses on developing oneself and the family, bringing them an advantage by achieving military renown.
  18. Bushido is the way of death.
  19. Bushido refers to systemized thought that generally forms the basis of value and ethical standards in samurai hierarchy during feudal Japan.
  20. Busho
  21. Busho (Japanese military commander) around the country came to think of miso production as one of the important economic policies.
  22. Busho (Japanese military commander) in the Sengoku period (period of warring states) preferably used itoin, and especially well known is Inbanjo (license with a seal) with mimizu-in (seal of a worm) of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  23. Busho is not usually used to address them.
  24. Busho ningyo and kabuto (helmet)
  25. Busho of Yoshitane's side
  26. Busho on Yoshizumi's side
  27. Busho refers to those who stood out among people engaged in military affairs, such as a military officer and a samurai.
  28. Busho who sided with the Southern Court, including his family Masahide KUSUNOKI, stole part of the Three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family from the Northern Court in the Kinketsu Conspiracy, and fled.
  29. Bushugi
  30. Bushugijiki
  31. Business : Local railway business, Road transportation business
  32. Business Areas
  33. Business Climate
  34. Business Creeds (principles of Matsubaya): 'Shincho-kani (When you want to accomplish something, prepare for it carefully before launching it, but challenge it unflinchingly once you have launched);' 'Ri wa Tsutomuru ni oite Shin nari (Profits should be made by contributing to society):' and 'Mizukara Tsutomete Yamazu (Keep training yourself and never give up)'
  35. Business activity
  36. Business collaboration series
  37. Business competitors
  38. Business conditions
  39. Business conditions (classification depending on presence or absence of meshimori onna)
  40. Business facilities, such as stores, banks, inns, and hotels
  41. Business forms
  42. Business hours are different among stores, but are mostly open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  43. Business hours:
  44. Business hours: 10:00 - 17:30
  45. Business hours: 9:00 - 17:00
  46. Business in the southwestern part of the ward is relatively weak.
  47. Business purposes were mainly land readjustment and improvement of irrigation channels and drainage, but in west Japan where regular sections by jori were pervasive, land readjustment was not required and enforcement was limited in some lands with poor drainage.
  48. Business related to the Seijin-shiki ceremony
  49. Business results
  50. Business usually spreads from the place with many products for selling and many people to the place with few products and people, so it can be said that peddlers are the origin of business in order to connect both places.
  51. Businesses Offering Demae and Shidashi
  52. Businesses with Headquarters in Kyoutanabe City
  53. Businesses with Operations in the City
  54. Businessman
  55. Businessman Eiichi SHIBUSAWA was a vassal appointed during [Yoshinobu's] tenure as the head of the Hitotsubashi Tokugawa Family, and they kept their contact even after the Meiji Restoration.
  56. Businessmen
  57. Busokuten appointed him to 司膳員外郎.
  58. Buson YOSA
  59. Buson YOSA (Born in 1716, died on January 17, 1784) was a Japanese haiku poet and painter in the middle of the Edo Period.
  60. Buson YOSA, who had just arrived at Edo, became his pupil around this time.
  61. Buson YOSA: "The painting of crows and a black kite," which falls under haiga (simple paintings that accompany and interact with the 17 syllable poetic verse called haiku)
  62. Buson Yokai Emaki
  63. Buson Yokai Emaki was said to be hung on a ranma (transom) of the Kensho-ji Temple in Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture where Buson resided.
  64. Buson has influenced many Haiku poets. It is well known that he had an especially big influence on the innovation of Haiku poems by Shiki MASAOKA.
  65. Buson painted the 10 Comforts
  66. Bussan (products) here does not mean artificial products but means natural products such as animals, plants and minerals in the Mt. Yoshino area; therefore, these are the books on Yoshino's natural history.
  67. Bussan-shi is just a list of the names of places as the places of origin and from Volume one to Volume six need to be referred to.
  68. Bussei Biku Rokumotsu-zu
  69. Bussetsu Amida-kyo Sutra
  70. Bussetsu Anan shijikyo (Sutra of Anada and the Four Teaching Modes) (offered by Lady Fujiwara on the twelfth year of Tenpyo [740])
  71. Bussetsu Enmei Jizo-bosatsu-kyo Sutra
  72. Bussetsu Jogojukyo
  73. Bussetsu Kanjokyo ? 12 books
  74. Bussetsu Kanmuryoju Kyo sutra
  75. Bussetsu Kanzeon Zanmaikyo Sutra
  76. Bussetsu Muryoju-kyo (the Sutra of the Buddha of Immeasurable Life), Japanese translation from Sanskrit texts in comparison with five Chinese versions, and Bussetsu Amida-kyo (The Sutra on Amida Buddha), Japanese translation from Sanskrit texts in comparison with two Chinese versions (1908)
  77. Bussetsu Muryojukyo
  78. Bussetsu Sho Muryoju-kyo Sutra
  79. Bussetsu Shofudo-kyo Sutra
  80. Bussetsu daijo muryoju shogonkyo sutra
  81. Bussharito
  82. Bussharito is a Buddhist pagoda that allegedly contains Busshari (remains of Shakamuni-butsu).
  83. Busshi (Sculptor of Buddhist Statues) of Showa
  84. Busshi (sculptor of Buddhist statues)
  85. Busshi is a name for someone who is in charge of making Buddhist statues and so on, in Japan.
  86. Bussho
  87. Busshodento kokushi: Dogen (1200 - 1253) was the patriarch of Soto sect.
  88. Busso Rekidai Tsusai
  89. Bussoku-seki (Buddha's footprint stone)
  90. Bussoku-seki (stone of Buddha's footprints)
  91. Bussoku-seki (stone)
  92. Bussoku-seki is a stone with Buddha's footprints carved on it, used as an object for praying.
  93. Bussokuseki inscription
  94. Bussokuseki was created by FUNYA no Chinu (also known as King Chinu), a grandson of Emperor Tenmu, in 753, as part of a memorial service for his deceased wife (or mother), and thus the poems were also believed to have been written around this period.
  95. Bussokusekika (the Buddha's Footprint Poems at the Yakushiji-temple in Nara)
  96. Bussokusekika form
  97. Bussokusekika is a name given to a waka (Japanese poetry) based on its contents and format, and is also referred to as Bussokuseki no uta (the Buddha's Footprint Poems).
  98. Bussokusekika were created during the Yamato and Nara periods, but lost popularity and disappeared during the Heian period.
  99. Bust of bubble economy and Hankyu capital
  100. Busu
  101. Busu is a generic name for 'poison and Chinese herbal medicine' of torikabuto (aconite) and also a nick name of torikabuto.
  102. Busu is one of the programs of kyogen.
  103. Busuiseizoku kokushi (仏慧正続国師): Gakuin Ekatsu (1357 - 1425) was well-known as a poet of Gozan literature (Chinese poetry done by Zen priests in Kyoto Five-temples during Kamakura-Muromachi Period).
  104. But "HAJI no Morogami," which appears not only in some "Dai Nihon Komonjo" (Old Documents of Japan) but also in the article (related to the family name conferred by the emperor) of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), is supposedly identical to OE no Morogami.
  105. But "Nobunaga Sengoku Omi" introduces the castle by describing 'it must have been a splendid castle with dai-tenshu and sho-tenshu standing side by side.'
  106. But "Sukeroku" is the only play that has a lot of titles, but commonly called by only one nickname.
  107. But 'Kabayaki' generally refers to 'eel kabayaki.'
  108. But 'Kinzan' was engraved in the face of each seal and all of them were smeared with ink, therefore, he thought that they were used to issue Kiwame fudas.
  109. But Akikuni and the Southern Court forces were constantly gaining and losing the upper hand in the war, switching back and forth between going on the attack and falling back onto the defense, as for example when Tomosada MOTEGI, the lord of Motegi-jo Castle, managed to recapture the castle.
  110. But Akita-jo Castle was not abandoned; with its military functions being reinforced, a provincial governor resided and took the initiative.
  111. But Asahara had no children.
  112. But Bairei showed himself at his best in the field of education.
  113. But Benkei responds to all the questions without a sign of hesitation (the Scene of Yamabushi Mondo, the questions and responses about yamabushi).
  114. But Bizen Nyudo HIRAI stopped him, counseling that he surrender, advice Hiroshige also took.
  115. But Chacha and two other daughters were allowed to escape and were protected by Hideyoshi.
  116. But Chinese history books tell there were five.
  117. But Chobei quiets down his excited followers and listens to MIZUNO Shuzen.
  118. But Eno thought that a person in this situation would still have a consciousness of dust in their mind.
  119. But Enshin's earnest request lasted for several years and at last moved him; in August 1343 he took the post of the chief priest of the Manju-ji Temple.
  120. But Faubion Bowers, a Japanophile & the adjutant of Douglas MacArthur, made every effort to protect Kabuki, so Kabuki passed the crisis.
  121. But Fujin TOYAMA died early just after she delivered Nobukatsu TAKEDA.
  122. But Fumiaki rather felt a pity for the way the sendatsu saw it as only valuable things and no religious leader should do that, and thought that the sendatsu might have suffered from the anger and blame the sendatsu put on Fumiaki from a different point of view.
  123. But GHQ misunderstood that the published draft was the official Matsumoto committee draft.
  124. But Genji deliberately did not give preferential treatment to Yugiri, made him remain at the sixth rank and sent him to the university.
  125. But Genji was taking a long time to visit Oi and Lady Akashi had been relieving herself from ennui by plucking an old koto.
  126. But Goshirakawa himself had hastily been raised to the throne upon the sudden death of Emperor Konoe, so he was at a distinct disadvantage against the Nijo faction, and the only one he could rely upon was Shinzei.
  127. But Hakuseki was opposed to both plans and advised him to name Nabematsu the heir and order fudai (hereditary vassals) to support him, and Ienobu acknowledged the plan and soon after breathed his last.
  128. But Heijiro NAKAYAMA, the professor of the Medical Department of Kyushu Imperial University, advocated an opiion that the construction site of Korokan was the ruins of Fukuokajo Castle after examining records including Manyoshu.
  129. But Hideyoshi declined it and demanded 'the cession of the five countries and the seppuku of Muneharu SHIMIZU,' which failed to produce an agreement.
  130. But Hideyoshi was not interested in sodomy at all.
  131. But Hideyoshi, who was also a fortification expert, restored the destroyed Masutomi-jo Castle and used it as a military site, which shattered the morale of Tanezane and made him yield to Hideyoshi on May, 10.
  132. But Hirofumi ITO and others opposed his going because they were afraid that OKUBO might be killed, and his wish was not realized.
  133. But I am not so smart as you are, and I don't have much to regret because I take time to think through things before I make a decision.'
  134. But I cannot keep on saying such things.
  135. But I couldn't help shedding tears when I'm close to you.'
  136. But I've never met such a large-minded person as Ryoma.
  137. But Ieyasu TOKUGAWA claimed that his poem included an ill-omened expression for him, and demanded that the Buddhist ceremony to consecrate the Great Buddha of Todai-ji Temple be cancelled (this is so-called Hoko-ji Temple Bell Incident).
  138. But Inoue put great confidence on Eichi SHIBUSAWA and never raised his voice while Shibusawa was in his company, which meant lightning never struck around Shibusawa, so he was dubbed 'lightning rod.'
  139. But Ise ebi are different from lobsters in that they do not have large claws and spend a long larval stage (described in detail in 'life cycle').
  140. But Iwasaki considered that he was too humble to use such an excellent pottery in the whole world.
  141. But Japan came to face a crisis over her interests in China when the Russian Empire fell due to the Russian Revolution in 1917 and the Agreement was cancelled by the soviet Union government.
  142. But Jirozaemon IONO of Tottori Domain (who later became prefectural governor of Kumihama Prefecture) intervened in their support as well, and Tonomi IWAKURA officially linked them to Tottori Domain and gave them instructions to begin calling themselves the 'Yamagunitai' (Yamaguni army); with this, the Yamagunitai was born.
  143. But Jodo Shu fell into an era of separation; Nishiyama-ha separated to Nishitani-ryu, Fukakusa-ryu, Higashiyama-ryu and Saga-ryu after Shoku died, and Chinzei-ha separated into Shirohata-ha, Nagoe-ha, Fujita-ha, Ichijo-ha, Kobata-ha and Sanjo-ha after Yoshitada died.
  144. But Kakaku Kojunin gumi was abolished in the Kyowa era.
  145. But Kanei Tsuho, minted by more than sixty zeniza all over the Japan, was of great variety in production and raw materials, and lacked integrity of appearance.
  146. But Kensei, who was his successor, son, and a renowned great scholar of the sect along with Rengo, was persecuted by Renjun's Hossu (the head of a Buddhist sect) empowerment policy and excommunicated.
  147. But Kinmochi SAIONJI, who was the last Kanto moshitsugi, was executed by the government of the Kenmu Restoration, and on kamon ando (providing authorization for family lineage) by Emperor Godaigo, the Saionji family was succeeded by Kinshige SAIONJI, who was on the Southern Court side and the younger brother of Kinmochi.
  148. But Kofuku-ji temple's blame for their willful rebellion is heavy indeed.
  149. But MINAMOTO no Kiso died in a sword fight after putting on a display of frenzied activity and got praised even by warriors on the Taira family side.
  150. But MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu, MINAMOTO no Tsuna and ABE no Seimei lived almost 200 years after 'the reign of Emperor Saga.'
  151. But Magoichi won in this internal trouble of Saiga after the Dobashi brothers of Heiji and Heinojo escaped on March 12 and the Senshiki-bo Temple of the Negoro-ji Temple was defeated.
  152. But Masakatsu MIYOSHI survived by serving Tokugawa clan, and some others survived by serving other daimyo.
  153. But Masako, who was in the next room, overheard this conspiracy through a shoji (paper sliding door).
  154. But Mitsunari was often away at Fushimi in order to fulfill his duties as Commissioner, so the one actually entrusted with the running of the castle was Masatsugu ISHIDA, his father.
  155. But Mochiie was defeated, and it is said that he went into retirement after that.
  156. But Morimi, who had been protecting the Ouchi heartlands of Suo and Nagato, refused to accept this and forcefully resisted.
  157. But Morohira KANO considered the verse for praising the earth highly to be the prototype of makurakotoba ('Makurakotobako'), and this idea has greatly influenced subsequent studies.
  158. But Munemori, displeased that he had not been given the horse immediately, changed its name from "Konoshita" to "Nakatsuna," branding the new name onto the horse and riding about and whipping the horse while calling out 'Nakatsuna, Nakatsuna.'
  159. But Nagamasa KIZAWA was in opposition to Kanrei (shogun's deputy), Motoharu HOSOKAWA and Nagayoshi MIYOSHI and in 1542, he was defeated and killed in the battle of Kawachi Taihei-ji Temple.
  160. But Nagayoshi MIYOSHI who succeeded Motonaga and was the young bereaved child of him was braver and more resourceful than his father.
  161. But Nakahira practiced it, in spite of company opposition, as a 'Shoot in Hollywood.'
  162. But Naomasa died in 1602 before construction had even begun, and so his heir Naokatsu II took over the construction plans, recycling many of the building materials used in Sawayama-jo Castle in order to complete construction of Hikone-jo Castle.
  163. But Nariaki refused to go to Edo, and Tadakuni found this out, which then forced Sukemoto into resignation and retirement in June 1841.
  164. But Nobuaki died in 1817, and other vassals retired around then, which put an end to the reforms.
  165. But Nobunaga did not allow the losers to survive and implemented 'negiri' (extermination) by killing all men escaping from Nagashima and by burning out people in Yanagashima and Nakae, which were surrounded by palisades, forcing the leader Sagyo of Gansho-ji Temple to kill himself.
  166. But Nobunaga was killed by Mitsuhide AKECHI in the Honnoji Incident.
  167. But Nobunaga was opposed to him because he was connected to a revival of the Shogun's power and because Emperor Ogimachi still reigned.
  168. But Nobuo's plot reached Iga people's ears so soon, and Nobuo was driven into a huge defeat by released Ninja's surprise attack.
  169. But Nobushige who had changed his policy surrendered to Nobunaga ODA, and Katsuyori was hemmed in.
  170. But Nobutomo AKIYAMA asked Otsuya no kata to marry him as a tactic.
  171. But Noriyori's army, lacking sufficient provisions and opposed by the Taira's superior naval might, was forced to halt its advance, and could not even cross into Kyushu.
  172. But OTOMO's army was greatly weakened after suffering a crushing defeat at the Battle of Chikugo-gawa River.
  173. But Onamuji could flee far away while Susanoo was trying to untie his hair from the pillar.
  174. But Onnakamiyui (female Kamiyui) who dealt with female hair visited yukaku (red-light district) (yujo [prostitutes] were their best customers) and customers' houses.
  175. But Pung was not forgiven and was banished to Reinan region (southern China).
  176. But Qing basically didn't hope to get possession of those two islands but to revive the Ryukyu Kingdom, returning two islands to Ryukyu so that it could maintain a relationship based on sakuho, while Ryukyu objected to separating territorial rights over the islands, because of which Qing didn't sign the treaty.
  177. But Ryosei province was used for indication of address including family register, thus it was indispensable geographical division.
  178. But Saigo received an important letter from Okuno, so he cancelled his plans to go to Shimonoseki port and hurried to Kyoto.
  179. But Sakon no shosho was a fortune hunter, and as soon as he knew Ukifune was not Hitachi no suke's biological daughter, he turned to her younger sister who was Hitachi no suke's biological daughter and married her.
  180. But Saneyori became ill and died in the following year, 970.
  181. But Sanyo, who was dissatisfied with the present situation and ambitious to become a scholar well known throughout the country, left for Kyoto two years later.
  182. But Satoyasu attracted Hachiemon to Aizu Wakamatsujo Castle (according to an opinion, it was the palace of the Gamo clan in Kyoto) and assassinated him on the pretext of 'kill of offender.'
  183. But Shibusawa later said 'The real lightning rod was Inoue' and that Inoue took any attack by himself so that he was able to work freely.
  184. But Shigeuji started using bereaved children of warlords who died for Kamakura Kubo during the Eikyo War and Yuki War as his close aides, and it provoked antipathy among UESUGI clan and their vassals.
  185. But Shimei gradually harbored dislike against Jiro YANO, who took office as the principal of Tokyo Shogyo Gakko (Tokyo Commercial College) due to this merger.
  186. But Shingaku, contemporary music introduced from China, was exclusively free from the class system in the Edo period.
  187. But Shingen's advisors who felt that it was no longer an open battle but rather a siege (in a siege, troop strength makes a difference) proposed withdrawal.
  188. But Sumimoto's youth meant that his right hand man, Yukinaga MIYOSHI, in fact became more powerful, and this made him temporarily think about returning to Awa.
  189. But Susannoo had a peep at that situation and incensed that she had presented foods taken out of her body in a filthy way, so Susanoo killed Ogetsuhime.
  190. But Takaharu was punished by being deprived of his rank or fief due to the suspicion of secret communication with Toyotomi clan in the Summer Siege of Osaka in 1615, and Nobukatsu reentered Yamato Province and Kozuke Province.
  191. But Takakuni HOSOKAWA was defeated and killed in July, 1531, by Harumoto HOSOKAWA, who succeeded Sumimoto after his death.
  192. But Takatora TODO's force with 500 soldiers under Hidenaga's command and Tatsuyasu TOGAWA's force under Hideie UKITA's command went off to relieve Keijun, which buffeted the Shimazu army.
  193. But Takeminakata no kami invaded Suwa and a fight occurred.
  194. But Tanada were in the mountains, and were often located upstream of a river; as a result, in the case of a long spell of dry weather, the amount of water quickly decreased and the rice paddies dried up.
  195. But Teian interrupted Reiyo and rapidly asked a question.
  196. But Tenjin are not relieved from Bonno (earthly desires).
  197. But Toshimasa declined the offer from Ieyasu saying as follows.
  198. But Tsubouchi asked Nobunaga to give him one more chance.
  199. But Tsuna keeps his cool, and manages to escape his predicament by slicing off the oni's arm with his legendary sword, Higekiri (Beard-slicer).
  200. But Tsunefusa died one year after of Tsunemichi's death without any heirs.
  201. But Tsunehisa did not stop there but cut the tree down and gave it to the vassal in the shape of firewood.
  202. But Ujinao thought that the enemy was so exhausted that just a small force could defeat them, and said that, above all things, it was sneaky to just look down the enemy moving up the mountain, and rejected the idea.
  203. But Ujiteru IMAGAWA, the first son of Ujichika, died young.
  204. But Yasunaga MIYOSHI, a survivor of Miyoshi clan, became Nobunaga's vassal and was given a territory in the part of Kawachi.
  205. But Yasunobu never denied good points of shitsuga, and set much store on its attitude, which should be called shinga (painting of mind) that 'concentrated the mind's eye on the tip of a brush.'.
  206. But Yi's achievements were lost for some reason including political feuding.
  207. But Yodo YAMAUCHI intervened and argued, 'This conference is insidious, not allowing Yoshinobu to participate nor giving him to say, for all the contributions he made until now. This is just a few court nobles' trial to steel the authority backing up an amateur Emperor as their leader.'
  208. But Yomeigaku did not completely disappear, and led by the right-wingers during the early Qing period it became more moderate; as Emperor Kangxi's statement that Yomeigaku was 'not different from Seigaku (= Shushigaku)' shows, Yomeigaku was not considered unauthorized teaching.
  209. But Yoshiaki was able to escape from Kyoto, helped by Yusai HOSOKAWA, Koremasa WADA and others, on February 17, 1566, and returned to secular life.
  210. But Yoshifusa did not have other son and the privilege of Oni (an automatic promotion system in which an Imperial title are conferred) and the family property were inherited by Mototsune, therefore today it is regarded as Yoshi (adoption), not Yushi.
  211. But Yoshikage ASAKURA had already patronized 'Kuratani gosho' Tsugutomo ASHIKAGA, a relative of the ASHIKAGA Shogunate, and was not eager to go up to Kyoto with Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, who had just returned to secular life; so Yoshiaki could not return to Kyoto.
  212. But Yoshikatsu MUTO's reinstatement as a ruler of the Shonai district was overlooked by Hideyoshi.
  213. But Yoshikatsu TOKUGAWA and Shungaku MATSUDAIRA supported Yodo.
  214. But Yoshimi rebelled against Tomiko's decision.
  215. But Yoshinaka failed to govern the capital and conflicted with Emperor Goshirakawa.
  216. But Yoshizane wasn't subject to punishment by Tokiyori since he was alienated from his father, thus Michiie doubted whether Yoshizane held secret communication with Tokiyori and humbled them and renounced Yoshitsune.
  217. But Yozo TORII, the vassal trusted most by Mizuno, hated Western learning and carried out "Bansha no Goku" (Imprisonment of scholars of Western learning), which caused discord within the administration.
  218. But a counterargument says that if they were treasures for ritual purposes, they must have been treated in such a way but no marks indicating this are found.
  219. But a maedare (an apron) is often worn in front.
  220. But a scientific society published its opinion that the current Imperial Mausoleum (ryobo) in Imaizumi, Kashiba City, Nara Prefecture, determined by the Imperial Household Agency, "was not built as a tumulus (kofun), but is just a natural hill.
  221. But a sort of his achievement is known as follows.
  222. But a voice saying, don't kill, was raised, and Teizo MINAMI was sent to the Mine Hospital directly, and he returned to his work two weeks later.
  223. But a woman out of curiosity peeked out from her house on the date that the god was said to go through the village, and she saw the oxcart on one wheel, with a beautiful woman on it, go by.
  224. But according to a legend, Junkei was opportunistic, postponing the decision as to which side to support.
  225. But according to an opinion that differentiate '道服' from '胴服', '胴服' was originally a garment for covering only the chest and hips without sleeves, and later the sleeves were attached to '胴服' that consequently looked like '道服' that originally had the sleeves.
  226. But according to the "Azuma kagami," Shigenori AWA numbered among the prisoners of war in the battle, and nothing at all is mentioned of any treachery by him.
  227. But according to the legend handed down by Mt. Fuji Hongu Sengen-taisha Shrine, this goddess is known as the 'deity of water' that suppresses fire.
  228. But actually, Goshun, whose painting style was rooted in literati painting (nanga) of Buson YOSA, it is safe to say that Maruyama School and Shijo School can be distinguished from each other in the painting styles.
  229. But actually, in the case being settled out of court or without arbitrator, the necessary procedures were also called 'kujideiri', so attention should be required (In this case, kuji means general trials or suits).
  230. But after Emperor Shijo died suddenly, when he was just twelve years old, it raised the issue of Imperial succession.
  231. But after Keien did Shuho for recovery of Emperor Goichijo and Imperial Prince Atsunaga who were grandchildren from Michinaga's daughter married into another family, they are said to have started to reconcile.
  232. But after OE no Asatsuna died three years later and the superintendent was changed to OE no Koretoki, with the Ritsuryo system growing weaker, zeal for the compilation of official histories at court seems to have waned and records of any activity disappear after 969.
  233. But after World War II, he sank into dire poverty and had to relinquish most of his collection when his financial circumstances changed drastically due to the dissolution of the big financial combines and other reasons.
  234. But after a while Ryukyu made enormous profits by reselling imported goods from Ming to Japan and Korea.
  235. But after four years, his teacher monk Kangaku Shonin said to Seishimaru 'I have nothing to teach you any more. How about going to study at Mt. Hiei?', so he went to Mt. Hiei in 1145, when he was only 13 years old.
  236. But after he inherited the head of the Mori clan, his common name was changed into Gonbei and Sakuemon.
  237. But after his death, his descendants repeatedly clashed with the Muromachi Shogunate in Kyoto until actual conflict finally broke out between the fourth Kubo Mochiuji ASHIKAGA and the sixth shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA (Eikyo Incident).
  238. But after his father's death, he transferred the head of the family to his younger brother because of his sickliness and took a name Sahe when he retired.
  239. But after seeing the portraits of his parents which he drew at the age of sixteen, his father recognized his talent for the first time and gave him permission to study.
  240. But after that, he began to work at the court again, so he was called 'a returner official.'
  241. But after the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute, the clan's power of influence plunged downward on the front stage of the world due to Nobukatsu's incapability.
  242. But after the Battle of Sekigahara, in 1602, Tadatsune ordered Tadamasa to accompany him to the capital and shot him to death during a hunt in Nojiri, Hyuga Province.
  243. But after the Japanese envoy to the Chinese Tang Dynasty ceased in 839, there were hardly any need for the Han pronunciations of Chinese characters in Japan, and as such, Ondo's popularity declined rapidly.
  244. But after the Meiji Restoration, the Nagasaki Settlement gradually fell into decline, and it consequently became difficult to continue to maintain a police force; as a result, in 1879 the settlement relinquished its police powers to the Nagasaki Prefectural Police Department.
  245. But after the Meiji Restoration, there are some instances that some private organizations used the names of mokan (blind official).
  246. But after the Mongol invasions, the bakufu assumed the right to mobilize all the warriors in the country, and with this achieved de facto control over the entire country.
  247. But after the Pacific War broke out, the cafe could not afford to serve coffee, but fortunately survived the war while offering bancha (coarse tea) and dried bananas under the different name of 'Miyako Sabo.'
  248. But after the World War II, it was allowed to conduct the study of history, especially study of emperor more freely, which gave rise to a theory claiming that Keitai was the 'founder of a new dynasty (the first king)' ('Changes of Dynasties Theory' by Yu MIZUNO).
  249. But after the death of Emperor Komei, authority power relationship was changed in the Imperial Palace, and the army of the Edo Bakufu which had been treated as the Imperial army, but they were ousted from the position by conspiracy of the Satsuma and Choshu Domains.
  250. But after the death of FUJIWARA (Nakatomi) no Kamatari who was a leader of the family, he moved up rapidly as a central figure in the family.
  251. But after the death of Michitaka in 995, Korenaka, having smelled the signs of the Nakanokanpaku family's decline, approached FUJIWARA no Michinaga, Michitaka's youngest brother.
  252. But after the death of his father, he trained under Enkyo TSUKINOYA (later Enzo TACHIBANAYA (the seventh)), a disciple of his father.
  253. But after the death of the 14th Shinkuro Toyonari, his son Toyoyoshi did not succeed the family.
  254. But after the middle of the eighteenth century, as commercial distribution became increasingly important, the disparity between the market rate of transportation and the official rate widened.
  255. But after the raid when the roshi became heros, he suddenly changed his attitude and took Daizaburo OISHI, orphan of Kuranosuke OISHI, into his care.
  256. But after the war, Insho DOMOTO and Shoko Uemura who both won Order of Culture and others like Daizaburo NAKAMURA and Tekison UDA played active roles, and their pupils are active now.
  257. But after the war, along with the development of distribution channels, Shinshu miso spread throughout the country and many people use it at home.
  258. But after the war, when the construction of Seishin New Town was started, this plan of Noda's began to increase its brilliance.
  259. But again he returned, supported by Kiyokado KOMATSU, who was the chief retainer (to belt on a sward) and after Kimmon no Hen (Conspiracy of Kimmon) in 1864, he was very active, and succeeded forming the Satsuma-Choshu Alliance and the Restoration of the Monarchy (Japan), and took initiative in the Boshin War.
  260. But although Seki did produce the correct formula to arrive at a determinant in the form of 3X3 matrices and 4X4 matrices, he erred in his symbol for 5X5 matrices, in which the root always results in zero.
  261. But among all the daimyo, Yoshihiro alone objected, saying 'Warriors should serve with their bows and arrows,' and refused to comply, incurring Yoshimitsu's displeasure.
  262. But among the Jige-ke, who were more like actual administrative officers, few families kept such grand genealogies.
  263. But an official announcement of the transfer of the capital has never been made, so some claim that both Tokyo and Kyoto (Heiann kyo) are legally capitals.
  264. But another long-lasting theory says that Furyu school of shishimai in eastern Japan originated from ancient Japanese dance, and that the headgear was originally modeled on that of a deer or wild boar.
  265. But around June 26, Korean forces fell into an ambush by warriors from Tsushima in the Nii district (or the Amaro district according to the True Record), in which they suffered significant casualties, prompting Jong Mu YI to withdraw his army back to Osaki inlet and leaving the outcome of the war an uneasy stalemate.
  266. But as "Kokin Wakashu" was completed after the "Manyoshu," the probability cannot be denied that the above interpretation was made after the completion of the "Manyoshu;" therefore, it is questionable to suppose the part the origin of the "Manyoshu."
  267. But as 'the stone Buddhist image of Usuki' shows, Magaibutsu is often called 'a stone Buddhist image' as well, so that there is not so strict distinction between 'stone Buddhist image' and 'Magaibutsu.'
  268. But as a command from a retired emperor was issued, he left the capital to travel to Kamakura and treated her.
  269. But as a result of Tadamune's betrayal, Yoshitomo was killed while taking a bath and Masakiyo, drunk, was foully murdered by Tadamune's son Kagetsune OSADA (from "Heiji monogatari" [The Tale of the Heiji]).
  270. But as can be seen from his statement that 'ri is nothing but my mind', Wang Yangming took a stance that one's mind, which is a combination of 'sei' and 'jo', is nothing but 'ri.'
  271. But as he was so young, Hisahide MATSUNAGA, the karo (chief retainer) and Miyoshi sanninshu (three chief retainers of the Miyoshi clan) took the actual power, and Yoshitsugu was just their puppet.
  272. But as mentioned above, Butsubachi is a punishment naturally given for violating the truth enlightened by Buddha, and is not given by Buddha or others.
  273. But as most of the Yomeigaku people who joined Dongling were the right-wingers, Dongling was critical of the excessive ideas and actions of the Yomeigaku's left-wing.
  274. But as most people did not have much time to spend on reading, this way to becoming a sage was virtually closed to them.
  275. But as neither "Kojiki" nor "Nihonshoki" provide designs of clothes, and few source materials about the periods remain, clothes during the Kofun period are mostly unknown.
  276. But as prices of feed, such as corns, has risen steeply, the lees now has been more used as feed for livestock.
  277. But as soon as the new government began to take on the aspect of a domain clique system, he recognized the gap between the ideal and the reality and declined the government post.
  278. But as the former Shogunate's sphere of influence was still spreading out of the Kanto region, it took the Imperial Court more time to overthrow the Shogunate in any real sense.
  279. But as the former kangakuden which was included in Yoshio's confiscated property was given to Kokusoin (Imperial Granary), a conflict between Daigakuryo and Kokusoin occurred, and this became the motivation for establishing Gakumonryo (the scholarship for Monjosho who study at Daigaku-ryo in the Heian period).
  280. But as the team had attempted to strengthen itself in a haphazard way by getting outstanding players from other teams, in 2000 it fell into the situation where it would have to pay for it after all
  281. But as the war situation worsened and the homeland defense war drew near, the Japan Women's Association was dissolved to prepare for it, and people began running out of goods rapidly and cotton became impossible to come by; as a result, women began to wear monpe (women's work pants).
  282. But as this would amount to only about 1% of their total force, it is difficult to imagine why the Korean army would have made peace, leading some to suspect that actual casualties were much higher, a possibility reinforced by the Korean's own records clearly indicate that this invasion was a defeat.
  283. But as times went by, the weight of ryo became far apart from the value of ryo; in Kamakura period 1 ryo of gold was equivalent to 5 monme and that of silver 4.3, then in the late Kamakura period, 1 ryo of gold turned to be 4.8 monme from 4.5.
  284. But ashamed of her broken marriage, Tekona lived quietly bringing her child up without returning to her parents' home.
  285. But at first, the Shogun family, the Owari family, and the Kishu family were referred to as gosanke (the Mito family was not included).
  286. But at least, it must have been established before the position of "honjo" (proprietor or guarantor of manor) was transferred around 1383 from the Ogimachisanjo family to the Sanjonishi family (relatives of the Ogimachisanjo family).
  287. But at that time, Ito was just a local governor and not in a position to be related to the central government policy.
  288. But at the Northern Court, an internal discord between Takauji ASHIKAGA and his younger brother Naoyoshi led to the Kanno Disturbance.
  289. But because Juami repeated persistent insults toward Toshiie even after that, Toshiie cut Juami to death in the presence of Nobunaga without his permission, and he ran away from the Oda family.
  290. But because Nobumasa, the 10th head of the family, joined Ouetsu-reppan domei (alliance among three provinces; Mutsu, Dewa, and Echigo) at the time of Meiji Restoration, the Ando family went through a confusing time as they lost a part of their territory and were deprived of their social status during Meiji period.
  291. But because Susanoo did not stop crying insisting on going to Hahanokuni Nenokatasukuni (the land where Mother is, i.e. the land of the dead), Izanagi cast him out.
  292. But because an antipathy toward careful protection arose after Meiji Restoration, and because it was necessary to secure the food during and for a while after World War II, they were hunted, and as a result the number of the deer decreased markedly to double digits.
  293. But because gokaihajime was considered to consist of a poetry reading, 作文始 and gyoyuhajime (ancient Japanese court music playing), it was thought to be a customary practice that these three events were held in one day.
  294. But because he was deified after he died, it is no easy task to separate his own personal achievements from those of his disciples, there being a shortage of records.
  295. But because he was out most of the time since he went to Edo as a deputy of the load of domain, she went back her parent's home and divorced him.
  296. But because it was very hot in summertime, they came to tie the uchikake around with a cord at the height of a waist, and to take off the upper half of it.
  297. But because of the Empress's jealousy, Sotoorihime had to move to Chinu no miya Palace in Kawachi Province (Izumisano City, Osaka Prefecture), where the Emperor continued to visit her under the pretext of going hunting.
  298. But because of the recent shochu boom, there has been increasing cases where rice wine makers have expanded to kasutori shochu again.
  299. But because of these circumstances, Arashi was not very enthusiastic; only two films were made, and that was the end of it.
  300. But because of this, publishing 'Kyoto Shugoshoku Shimatsu' itself was postponed until 1911.
  301. But because the Komori family at that time were only Rokui no Kurodo (Chamberlain of Sixth Rank), even as the Tenyaku no kami (the head of Tenyakuryo) they were too low-ranked to take part in the actual medical examinations given to the Emperor, meaning their job was limited to more clerical and administrative duties.
  302. But because the bakufu introduced the system for military service, clans' failure to do military service owing to their financial difficulty was detrimental to the foundation of the system, which led the bakufu to take measures such as restricting daimyo-gyoretsu (daimyo's procession).
  303. But because the term is written with the Chinese characters "神無" (lit. "there are no gods"), it is widely believed to be a month during which the deities disappear from the land.
  304. But before long, with the arrival of sakoku (the period of isolation) the bakufu's fleet was reduced in size, and the aging Atake maru was scrapped.
  305. But before the Shinbutsu Hanzen Order in the Meiji period they were:
  306. But before the public meeting started, Munemori, Tokitada, FUJIWARA no Takasue, and FUJIWARA no Kunitsuna had gathered and met for a private conference with retired emperor Takakura.
  307. But beginning in the seventeenth century, Tengen jutsu was being enthusiastically studied by Kansai-area Japanese mathematicians like Seisu HASHIMOTO and Kazuyuki SAWAGUCHI.
  308. But besides of this, it is said that the reason came from his rigid and wild character, which was unpopular among the military executives.
  309. But both are uncertain, and the first half of Tenkai's life is unknown.
  310. But both of them seem to have originated from une in a field.
  311. But both of them were so strong that the fight did not end easily, so Yoshitoki HOJO had to separate the two and draw the match.
  312. But both opinions were succeeded later.
  313. But by that time the force was already equal to the Hideyoshi's army of 30,000, and the main force of Nobunaga which had defeated the Takeda clan in April was preparing for departure to the Chugoku region.
  314. But by the maneuvering of Yataro MISHIMA, the leader of a study group (in the House of Peers), the bill was approved with amendments on March 25.
  315. But carriers in many other regions do not wear a fundoshi shimekomi anymore, so now wear steteko (men's underwear).
  316. But close or not, the taste is similar to that of 'Daiichi-Asahi,' and uses a plain type soup.
  317. But coalition troops of Ieyasu and Nobukatsu soon made a countercharge.
  318. But compared to Gisen, Munefuyu was also a 22 years older brother, and it has been said that violent tempered Gisen did not get along well with Munefuyu.
  319. But compared to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI who was familiar amongst the common people by Ehon Taiko Ki or others, Nobunaga was not so highly valued amongst common people.
  320. But considering Japanese musical sensibility of that time, there is another theory that the march was composed much later.
  321. But considering that the forces such as the Nanjo clan, a powerful kokujin (local lord) who had once served as Shugodai (a deputy military governor), showed anti-Shugo movements as ever, his governance over Hoki Province contained an unstable factor.
  322. But contrary to others who held the position, Yoshiaki seems to have been an unusually talented Shogun, considering that died a natural death in an age of wars, when it was difficult to survive and that he was able to wage a major siege against Nobunaga.
  323. But currently there are almost no researchers who support the theory of Shinsengumi's responsibility.
  324. But currently, these data are disregarded because they are not of primary sources.
  325. But daimyo and hatamoto who had territories within the areas of ju-ri square of Edo and Osaka opposed this policy.
  326. But descendants of the Kusunoki clan were identified based on scientific evidence at the Dai-Nanko 600th anniversary in 1935, so the Kusunoki family council has been organized at Minatogawa-jinja Shrine and continues to exist.
  327. But domains that were abolished or incorporated to parent domains during this period without any appointment of Chihanji (Inaba-wakasa Domain = former Tottori-nitta Domain, etc.) are not listed here.
  328. But due to his clever strategy of using cavalry, he already defeated Ienaga SHIBA and occupied Kamakura on January 16, 1338 of the same year.
  329. But due to so-called 'Meiji juyonen no seihen' (the failed Meiji-14 coup of 1881) in October, he went into opposition, with Shigenobu OKUMA and so on.
  330. But due to the abundant ores resources in the top layer of soil in the volcanic mountain terrain, Japan went into the age of industry before digging out of large scale ores.
  331. But during the day, Goma Station serves as a passing loop and local trains often have to wait ten or more minutes to let express trains through.
  332. But during the reign on Emperor Ichijo, in 991, when Empress Dowager FUJIWARA no Senshi was tonsured, she had the good fortune to be given the title of Tosanjoin at the same time as she quit her palace position of empress dowager, and a "Nyoin" was born.
  333. But each malt is owned by a different corporation.
  334. But even after that, trial shootings were held several times.
  335. But even before this incident, the Kikkawa clan had issued notification to villages in that area for all defeated warriors to be rounded up, so in history books Nagata is described as having acted as he did out of hunger for rewards.
  336. But even the latter consider that it is difficult to understand all the connections between the paintings and the sutras clearly.
  337. But eventually there arose the Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku period), who by weathering countless wars and riots were able to establish their total authority over all the land within their domains, thereby rendering the system of public and private estates obsolete.
  338. But for shoen, the state was unable to carry out such tax-related land surveys, or indeed to assess taxes at all.
  339. But for special cases, the emperor reserved practical legislative powers such as issuance of emergency edicts and independent orders.
  340. But for the people making their living on that plot of land, kaechi was a major event that often rode roughshod over their time-honored traditions.
  341. But fortunately, his aunt was alive.
  342. But from that point onwards, for the entire remainder of the Kamakura period the Bomon family never again produced anyone who reached the court nobility.
  343. But from the 20th century and on, when Nanpo roku came to be acknowledged as a pseudograph, YAMANOUE no Soji came to assume more importance among scholars as a valid reference of the Tensho era.
  344. But given that his younger brother Yorimoto HOSOKAWA assumed the position of kanrei, and the fact that Yoriyuki himself was eventually able to stage a political comeback and return to the inner circle of the shogunate, it is thought that this coup may have been instigated by Yoshimitsu, who wished to achieve independence from Yoriyuki.
  345. But given the position of protector and guardian of the new hoshu, Renjun now gained the power exceeding that of his brothers in Hokuriku and began to expand the authority of the hoshu Shonyo, grandson of Renjun.
  346. But good men, it has been immeasurable, boundless hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, millions of nayutas of kalpas since I in fact attained Buddhahood;" and the following continues.
  347. But he became infected with tuberculosis and had to spend a period of recuperation from 1894.
  348. But he broke his promise to his wife, and had to watch as she of such beauty was transformed into a corpse devoured by maggots; seeing this, Izanagi became afraid of her and returned to the surface, escaping from Yomi in the manner described below.
  349. But he changed his diplomatic policies and shifted to support Kagekatsu (the Koetsu Alliance (an alliance between the Takeda clan in Kai Province and the Uesugi clan in Echigo Province)) by marrying his daughter Kikuhime off to Kagekatsu.
  350. But he could not give up studying in Osaka; therefore, he paid the debts by selling off his father's collection of books and family's furniture and household goods, and went to Osaka to study at Tekijuku again against the opposition of his relatives except for his mother.
  351. But he could not meet her in the end because the deity that ruled the Naniwa straits was in the way.
  352. But he decided not to return home, partly at Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA's urging.
  353. But he declined, and poured his passion into the education of the youth in Murayama while sticking to living a secluded life.
  354. But he desired independence from Nikkatsu.
  355. But he determined that Satoyasu had committed merely a petty crime and placed him in the custody of Kiyomasa KATO.
  356. But he did not belong to any particular Buddhist sect.
  357. But he did not take action to promote his own defense or promotion, and later this became a source of Saigo's high personal evaluation.
  358. But he did not tell the plot to an assistant who did not follow his instructions.
  359. But he died a sad death, and so did Sumimoto HOSOKAWA.
  360. But he died at age of 24 in 1241 before the transfer of the shrine completed, and his son Yoritane CHIBA took over the assignment.
  361. But he encountered the Uragami's forces at Tennobara to the east of the Yoshii-gawa River on the way, where he suffered a major defeat at the battle, and he killed himself at Yagami Murayama in Iwanashi County when he was caught up by the Uragami's forces on his way of backdown.
  362. But he failed (soon discovered by Tainoshin SHINOHARA) and was injured.
  363. But he failed to prove the death was caused by poisoning.
  364. But he fell dead there.
  365. But he gave up dance after two years.
  366. But he gradually became discontent about the fact that Umako continued to remain at the political helm even after his enthronement.
  367. But he gradually took a cooperative policy with the ITO Cabinet, and this made him at odds with Tosa faction, including Toru HOSHI and Tsuna TAKEUCHI.
  368. But he had a conflict with Yoshinaga NIKI in camp.
  369. But he had an (incestuous) affair with his younger sister-uterine Karu no oiratsume and as a result, he was overthrown after the demise of Emperor Ingyo, and was deported to Iyo Province.
  370. But he had another aspect of being playful, he called his Empress or court ladies by nicknames that he thought of.
  371. But he had stormy weather on his way.
  372. But he has got lots of nerves.
  373. But he is a great hero in fictional stories including "Gikeiki," a military epic about the life of Yoshitsune, and he is as popular as his master Yoshitsune as a leading role.
  374. But he is said to have returned to his country after three years in Japan.
  375. But he made a comeback to the political world by Katsumoto's support.
  376. But he made a hole in the roof of weaving hall and cast a dead horse stripped off the skin into the hall where Amaterasu was weaving clothes for deity, when a weaving girl was so frightened, and dead by being stabbed in the genitals with her shuttle.
  377. But he may have died contentedly for himself, thinking that he had done a good job for a former shogun's retainer.'
  378. But he never gives the painting of the carp to anyone.
  379. But he never joined Yoritomo's army, and maintained his independent power with the south of Hitachi as its center.
  380. But he passed away the following year.
  381. But he recovered the power in Sanyo (Inland Sea provinces) including Harima Province, which brought about an antagonism and a struggle to his old enemy Masatoyo YAMANA wielding the influence in Sanin (mountain provinces behind the Sanyo or Inland Sea provinces) and its struggle went on after the conclusion of the Onin War.
  382. But he refused the offer because he could not justify returning to Kanze-ryu school, at least, before his retirement.
  383. But he retired from Nikkatsu with the condition that he 'would not produce entertainment movies' again.
  384. But he returned to the Ministry of Treasury as a Councillor and the Minister after OKUMA resigned because of the Meiji-14 coup of 1881.
  385. But he solved the problem by having a direct talk with Aritomo YAMAGATA who was visiting Germany at that time.
  386. But he sometimes shows us his figure when people are still asleep in their dreams at dawn.
  387. But he suggested that his son, Ninigi, who was born during that time would go there, therefore Ninigi went down (this occurrence is called tensonkorin).
  388. But he took power back again and was appointed Kofuku-ji betto (the head priest of Kofuku-ji Temple), giving significant influence to Yamato Province.
  389. But he took the blame and resigned in 1884 due to continuous conflicts among each school of painting.
  390. But he turned to rakugo when he was in college, and became a disciple of Beicho KATSURA (the third), where he learned classical rakugo.
  391. But he was already so old and had no biological sons, so Taneharu adopted his younger brothers, Masamitsu KUTSUKI (朽木昌充) and Michitsuna KUTSUKI.
  392. But he was behind his brother Morosuke in the politics of the Inner Palace and failed to become a maternal relative of the Emperor.
  393. But he was chased down and caught at Mt. Chausu in Tonomi (currently Hofu City), and ended up committing suicide.
  394. But he was detested by his fellow pages as he drank, and drank heavily, an act prohibited by the Buddhist rule.
  395. But he was exiled to Sado Island by the order of Yoshinori, and therefore Otoami completely took over Kanze-za.
  396. But he was forced to leave the Capital along with the Taira Clan in 1183.
  397. But he was not given an important post by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI who favored the school of Konparu.
  398. But he was not satisfied with this so he continued to practice.
  399. But he was oppressed by Mt. Hiei (Enryaku-ji Temple) and so on, and he received inzen (a decree from the retired Emperor) three times between 1307 and 1321 to oust him from Kyoto.
  400. But he was saved when he prayed to the mountain god; 'If you help me, I will carve an image of Miroku in this rock.'
  401. But he was so anxious about his daughters, who had lost their mother, that he could not renounce the world, stayed in a nonclerical appearance and was also called 'the saint who is still in this world'.
  402. But he was with his elder brother Prince Shotoku and his nephew Prince Yamashiro no oe in Tohon Miei (Portrait of Prince Shotoku).
  403. But he was worried about his future relationship with Ukifune.
  404. But he went over to the Miyoshi clan along with Tomomasa IKEDA, following a stratagem of the three chief retainers of the Miyoshi clan.
  405. But her life ended in 1496.
  406. But his behavior was deemed a tacit endorsement of the Western army, so he was attacked by Yoshitaka KURODA and Hidenari NAKAGAWA, both Eastern army supporters.
  407. But his bold reform policy in the Okayama Domain caused conflict with conservative samurai including the karo (the chief retainer of the feudal lord).
  408. But his health soon declined, so he went back to Russia at the end of June after a stay of just three months.
  409. But his mercilessly political stance caused a backlash among many, who harbored resentment against his 'reign of terror,' and in the end he was assassinated by Mitsusuke AKAMATSU (in the Kakitsu Rebellion), which led to a steep decline in shogunal power.
  410. But his next film, the 1981 flop "E ja nai ka" disappointed moviegoers to such a degree that for a time people began to mutter "The era where Imamura had the whole world at his fingertips is sure over."
  411. But his original method of study that was created from practices of Zen meditation can be a devastating antithesis to philologists and 'philosophy scholars.'
  412. But his relationship with MORI worsened because Takakage KOBAYAKAWA, who was close to TOYOTOMI, opposed helping Yoshiaki and Yoshiaki's support for Katsuie was against MORI's approach to Hideyoshi.
  413. But his son Keinosuke MIURA had dubious morals the same as his father, and deserted the Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto at the end of Edo period) instead of achieving great things.
  414. But his wife died after just two years, so he returned to Kyoto, entering graduate school there.
  415. But how Puerulus larvae know the location of the coasts has not been yet discovered.
  416. But if October 20 and 21 fall on Saturday and Sunday, the festival is held as an exception on these dates.
  417. But if he is not personally in command, fight with all your might.'
  418. But if it had been directly imported from Tang, it would have used the name Rintoku reki, which was then in effect in Tang, so there is a theory that the calendar came from Shidara, whose calendar is thought to have been adopted by King Munmu, just before, in 674.
  419. But if there was some misfortune, the Jisai would be killed.
  420. But if they die now, their stories will be passed on from generation to generation.'
  421. But if this record is true, Keitai lived in Yamato only the last 5 years before his death.
  422. But if we assume that he really existed, he might be alive in the early fourth century.
  423. But immediately before the implementation of the plan, Furutaka was arrested by the Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate), and many of the people involved in the scheme were killed or arrested in what was known as the Ikedaya Incident.
  424. But in "Hatsubi sanpo" Seki only describes single-variable algebraic equations which can be worked out by erasing a variable (even giving some answers whose formulas were not given in detail), and the details of Tensan jutsu (Bosho-ho)'s role in the background were not given.
  425. But in 'Tambashi' (History of Tamba), there is a tradition called 'Tamba Midono theory' which explains that Tama was hiding in Midono, Tamba Province.
  426. But in 1174, on the first anniversary of his brother Mitsuyori's death, he became a priest.
  427. But in 1268, he entered into priesthood because he caught tumor and dysentery, and after that, he was called Koryuji Nyudo (monk).
  428. But in 1343, Daiho-jo Castle and Seki-jo Castle were both captured by the enemy.
  429. But in 1379, the Shiba clan launched a coup d'etat, which came to be called the Koryaku Coup, and as a result Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA lost his influence, replaced as Kanrei by Yoshimasa SHIBA.
  430. But in 1382, as the shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA took the post of In no shitsushi (steward of the retired emperor), which was the chief of Inshi (official of In no cho, or retired emperor's office) in addition to the post of Sadaijin (Minister of the left), he took the charge of administrating people of tenso status or below.
  431. But in 1573, Yoshitsugu was ruined by Nobunaga.
  432. But in 1580, his father tried to leave Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple after the violent attacks by Nobunaga, accepting the Imperial order by Emperor Ogimachi to make peace.
  433. But in 1580, when their resistance to Nobunaga ODA was quelled, the Ikko (Jodo Shinshu) sect patriarch, Kennyo, was forced to flee the Ikko stronghold of Osaka, and thereafter a rift appeared in the power structure of Hongan-ji Temple itself, and from that point on one heard of Ikko ikki no more.
  434. But in 1586 when Nobunaga ODA entered the capital Kyoto under the 15th shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, Miyoshi clan did not have the strength to hold out against Oda clan.
  435. But in 1587 Hideyoshi himself headed 200,000 troops with his brother Hidenaga TOYOTOMI, invaded Kyusyu seriously with an overpower force on SHIMAZU troops and defeated Yoshihisa SHIMAZU, Yoshihiro SHIMAZU and so on (Conquest of Kyusyu).
  436. But in 1871, the 'Gaikoku keihoboyaku' and the 'Kyoryuchi mawarigata' were disbanded, leaving the 'Kyoryuchi torishimari kakari' with exclusive police jurisdiction over the settlement.
  437. But in 1882, the Fukushima Incident occurred against the tyranny by the governor of Fukushima Prefecture, Michitsune MISHIMA.
  438. But in 1914, the group was dissolved due to economical burden on his family.
  439. But in 1924, he was not elected in the general election, and he separated from the life of Dietman.
  440. But in 1937, when the Sino-Japanese War occurred, Japanization was promoted under the wartime regime in Korea, and all sorts of human resources were mobilized and various resources and food were transported in large numbers through business practices to Japan until Japan was defeated.
  441. But in 1973, Tadamune OGASAWARA, who was the 32nd head of the main Ogasawara family, which is the family of lord of Kokura Domain, assumed the position of the president of the Ko school to promote development of the school.
  442. But in 1983 it is said that this results from an incident where the mainstream of the Rakugo Kyokai Association and the Danshi family came into conflict over promotion examinations.
  443. But in 995, while in the Emperor's presence, an incident occurred in which he had an argument with FUJIWARA no Yukinari about poetry; the incensed Sanekata is said to have seized Yukinari's official court cap and hurled it to the ground.
  444. But in April, he received a request from Judo SAIGO, who was Totoku governor general and the younger brother of Saigo, who had been in the Taiwan conquest force, and reluctantly agreed to recruiment from Kagoshima, and sent about eight hundred soldiers to Nagasaki.
  445. But in August, he was forced relocation to the Mikawa Nishio Domain with 35,000 Goku crop yields including 5,000 Goku increase.
  446. But in Awa Province in Shikoku, Nagaharu MIYOSHI who had succeeded Yoshikata MIYOSHI and his real brother Masayasu SOGO still exerted their influence in eastern part of Shikoku.
  447. But in Hong Kong, which was under the British rule as of 1929, the weight of 1 kin and 16 ryo are equally 600 grams even today, in other words, the weight of 1 ryo is set at 37.5 grams.
  448. But in Japan people show little understanding of the government supporting them, and tend to dislike paying even for event trains, more than the fixed fare of currently running trains.
  449. But in Japan, even though there were conflicts, Buddhism and Shinto, which were traditional religions, coexisted together, lowering people's views of Buddhism being against Confucianism, even though they had taken in the teaching of Confucianism.
  450. But in Manyoshu, a lot of makurakotoba that precede common nouns or non-noun words come into use, and the ranges for their usage expand.
  451. But in March 1869, he decided to open his school named 'Kakuchi Gakusha' at the foot of Mt. Goro, on the recommendation of his pupil Rokuemon YUKI, who was nanushi (village headman) of Nukutsu Village (part of the present Tendo City).
  452. But in Masashi HISAKA's novel, he is depicted as a hero and a daring man.
  453. But in Myokanko group, 'believers who just received jukai can be counted as official numbers of the believers.'
  454. But in Nara, because not only the written materials associated with Kofuku-ji Temple but also 'Yagyu no Tokusei Hibun' has been left, it has become possible to infer about the concrete content of tokuseirei.
  455. But in New calendar (solar calendar), the regularly cycling rokuyo suddenly discontinues one day, or rokuyo on the same date differs depending on the year or month.
  456. But in November, Tsuyama Domain in Mimasaka Province, Kitsuki Domain in Bungo Province, and Tatsuno Domain in Harima Province saw the uprisings of peasant and others who could not bear heavy burdens such as military service, any more.
  457. But in October, Masateru TSUCHIMOCHI of Magiri-yokome (officer for province) got approval from the local governor, and made a zashikiro (room for confining criminals) with his money, then moved him there, and he finally recovered his health.
  458. But in Osaka, the home of takoyaki, people do not like takoyaki with a crispy surface, but prefer soft surface croute, baked only to the extent that the croute is barely able to keep its shape.
  459. But in a broad sense, jujutsu includes the above-mentioned martial arts, because they also descended from jujutsu.
  460. But in a narrow sense, Gozenkaigi indicated joint meetings of elder statesmen, cabinet members and high-rank officers of the military held to discuss the pros and cons of wars against foreign countries and so on.
  461. But in fact all of these names were coined after Sanesuke's death; he himself called it the "Rekki" (calendrical record).
  462. But in fact it was nothing but an alternative war between Tokugawa and Toyotomi.
  463. But in fact, at shrines that do not hold many funerals or at ordinary shrines in rural areas, not all shinshoku own funeral attire, so some wear saifuku or a white jo-e during funerals instead.
  464. But in fact, it was considered to be a disgrace to the husband if he did not write Rienjo when his wife wanted him to, or even when the husband wrote Rienjo, it was kept by relatives or their Nakodo (matchmaker) in the most cases.
  465. But in fact, many forms of Jujutsu, martial arts with bare hands, had existed before he came to Japan.
  466. But in fact, those group members who held a peerage (a rank in the nobility) refused to honor this arrangement, and so it was only those who were in the House of Peers by imperial decree and the high taxpayers, who in fact comprised the majority of the Doyokai, that participated in the merger and thereby formed the Doseikai.
  467. But in general, ideological circles in the Ming period were largely under the influence of Shushigaku, and even Wu Yubi (Kangzhai) and Chen Xianzhang must have thought they were practicing Shushigaku.
  468. But in his later years he was robbed of any actual power by his chief retainer Hisahide MATSUNAGA, and died of illness soon after.
  469. But in reality, his aide Tadaakira MIZUNO, who assumed "roju," monopolized bakufu politics, so graft became rampant more than any other time, let alone in the Tanuma period (cf. the section of "Ogosho period").
  470. But in reality, the abovementioned procedure would involve so many calculations that it is not considered practical.
  471. But in reality, the practical and interview examinations submitted by the union of each production area get preference over the knowledge examination.
  472. But in recent years they have diversified into various gorgeous colors and designs because, in many cases, yukata offers the only chance to wear traditional Japanese clothing.
  473. But in spite of these expectations, the team lost one game after another repeatedly to eventually set an unwanted record of a 17-game losing streak from the opening game of the season, so the manager, Jose Oscar Bernardi, was fired in the middle of the season
  474. But in spite of these reinforcements, the ranking of the team did not improve and stayed as low as ever, so OOFT resigned his position as manager as early as June.
  475. But in the Heian period, the ritual turned into a mere fa?ade, and became to be held just within "Jingikan" (the court department of worship).
  476. But in the Masanori KAGAWA's "Intokuki," she is described as "unattractive," and this assessment was passed down to Sena KAGAWA's "Intoku taiheiki."
  477. But in the aftermath of the Genko Disturbance, Emperor Godaigo was taken captive and exiled to the island of Oki, and the Jimyoin lineage, which had the backing of the Kamakura bakufu, was able to raise their candidate, Kogon, to the throne.
  478. But in the case that the 3rd Nobuharu HOSHO did not have his successor, Renzaburo 豊羨, the third son of Kanze-ryu kotsuzumi-kata 豊綿 KANZE, the 13th was adopted into the family.
  479. But in the championship tournament, they were defeated with a score of 30-0 against Kanazawa Institute of Technology's team, the champion 2007.
  480. But in the following year, he capitulated in the face of a counter-offensive from the Nagao forces.
  481. But in the nature of the secret ceremony, there remained little record and it was difficult to know about the details.
  482. But in the period of the 'haifu-kyoku' (literally, kyoku (a kind of humorous haikai without haikai conventions) with a taste of haiku), which was named by Senryu IV, senryu became popular in the context of Edo townspeople's culture in the Bunka and Bunsei eras.
  483. But in the process he became kin of the Seki clan of the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) and was ultimately included in the ranks of vassals, and during the Edo period when the Seki clan became a branch family was given a portion of the estate, took an adopted son, and they became an ordinary family in the Mori family.
  484. But in the second month of 1571, the Isono clan surrendered, and Nagahide NIWA, a vassal of the Oda clan, occupied the castle, taking the place of the Asai clan, controlling Inukami County Omi Province as well as Wakasa Province from there.
  485. But in the section of Jinmu tosei (Eastern expedition of the Emperor Jinmu) of Nihonshoki, Kumebe who was a descendant of Amatsukume no mikoto was a subordinate of Michinoomi no mikoto who was a descendant of Amenooshihi no mikoto.
  486. But in this rate gold was valued very low when compared to the rate in foreign countries where the exchange rate of gold to silver was 1:115.
  487. But in this way, the age of its construction doesn't match the year of birth and death of Tashiraka no Himemiko (Princess Tashiraka).
  488. But in truth, analyzing such forged documents reveals when "Azuma Kagami" was compiled.
  489. But in winter, the sunshine alone is sometimes not enough to warm up the soil, so une is made from east to west so that the soil can bask in the long sunshine.
  490. But it became a subject of discussion within Kanze-ryu school.
  491. But it could be impossible that they had brought wives and children in a temporary war during an off-season for farmers.
  492. But it did not exist for very long time.
  493. But it did not give a homespun impression because of containing of no seasoning, having a Western image in spite of being a domestic product and a hard liquor drunk with water.
  494. But it has been muryomuhen hyakusenman no kunayutako (my lifespan should be limited, even to the extent of hundred thousand kotis of nayutas of kalpas, may I not attain perfect Enlightenment) since I became Buddha.'
  495. But it has been unveiled several times at special exhibitions.
  496. But it is also said that the temple was founded by Eshin Sozu (Genshin) of the Tendaishu sect in 987 in the Heian period.
  497. But it is also said that the wife of Nanko was entombed at Nanpian Kanon-ji Temple of Myoshin-ji Temple school of the Rinzai sect in Tondabayashi City, Osaka Prefecture (former Kannabi Village), which is an ancestral temple of the Kusunoki clan.
  498. But it is also true that there are some enthusiastic fans who enjoy the enka music as a hobby and entertainment.
  499. But it is believed that zi was actually made, because phrases such as "kinji," which are thought to be influenced by zi, are used in letters of sohaku used for exchange of territories.
  500. But it is clear from historical facts that Saicho himself tried to introduce Esoteric Buddhism into Tendai Doctrinal Studies.
  501. But it is considered that the clan used deceptive name as there are many contradictions in each existing genealogy.
  502. But it is different from Kanoko Ise ebi in that the first antenna (a pair of antennas that stretch forward in front of the face) do not have white stripes, and the convolutions in the back of the second abdominal segment do not connect to the convolutions in the side.
  503. But it is different from Universities that are called Mission schools, and it does not mainly propagate Christianity (education itself is not for the propagation of Christianity); this is a university based upon Christian principles.
  504. But it is doubtlessly a misleading word, and the Yomei-gaku was to split over the interpretation of 'mu,' which further invited fierce criticism from other schools.
  505. But it is highly valued because it is considered to have subtle and profound beauty.
  506. But it is not certain whether Gisen was actually banished or not, and Retsudo Osho (Gisen) has been listed as the first chief priest at Hotoku-ji Temple till now.
  507. But it is not necessarily a precise distinction and sometimes they are confused with each other.
  508. But it is obvious that it was not used as a spoon, therefore, some scholars insist the name 'ishisaji' should be changed.
  509. But it is presumed that the headquarter of Southern Court was treated as Angu (a tentative foothold), and Heian-Kyo was regarded the official capital.
  510. But it is said he married ANAHOBE no Hashihitohime after Emperor Yomei died.
  511. But it is said that Ibaraki Doji managed to escape, and accounts of his subsequent duels with WATANABE no Tsuna, one of Yorimitsu's Four Heavenly Warriors, on Ichijo modoribashi bridge and at Rashomon gate have been passed down over the years as entries in collections of setsuwa tales as well as in Noh plays, Noh songs, and Kabuki plays.
  512. But it is said that even after Shuten Doji's head was cut off, he bit Yorimitsu's helmet.
  513. But it is said that he stayed secretly in touch with Retired Emperor Gotoba who was in Oki Province.
  514. But it is said that the Four Books were the only Classics some of even his best disciples from the Yomeigaku school read during their lifetime.
  515. But it is said that the Kosode in "Saikyuki" is different from Kosode that prevailed among the court nobles as underwear.
  516. But it is said that the usage of the words, 'hiochi', 'hiochi bacteria', has begun to be used since the Meiji period.
  517. But it is said to have been ruined in the fierce fighting of the Ikedaya Incident.
  518. But it is still unknown who 元岡舎圭人 was.
  519. But it is thought that these days, because Toshiie served as a Horo-shu or Umamawari (general's mounted guard) whose main role was a guard of Nobunaga and liaison officer, there were no opportunities to make the greater military exploits than those of one fighting samurai.
  520. But it is true that much propaganda may also be seen in rakugo, though it is associated with Buddhism and shingaku (mind school).
  521. But it is uncertain whether Chinese people understand the meaning of the coin.
  522. But it knows the height of the sky.
  523. But it made a hollow inside easily with the low level of casting techniques in those days, and sometimes got a hole by cracking.
  524. But it might have been before the latter half of the Heian period.
  525. But it remained as customs to generally call the emperors' sons Miko, and then the naming became often used to refer to their relationship with the emperors such as the first Miko, the second Miko, or the first Himemiko.
  526. But it remains unclear whether up until this point the Kena, the powerful family that ruled Omi, had actually had any interactions with the Iwai, the powerful family that controlled Tsukushi.
  527. But it seems authority of Shugo was gradually transferred, and in August 1461, he was asked for his opinion by Muromachi bakufu about 但馬聚慶軒領因幡国味和郷遵行 of Yutaka YAMANA, Shugo of Inaba Province and his brother.
  528. But it seems he soon left the priesthood, was reassigned to the Awa no kuni no kami in 852, and then was appointed Kunaikyo (Minister of the Sovereign's Household) and served also as the Mimasaka no kuni no kami and Bicchu no kuni no kami.
  529. But it seems that he kept being the lord of Sakamoto-jo Castle as well.
  530. But it seems that there is little doubt that it was introduced in the era of the Emperor Kinmei, judging from the descriptions of various historical materials.
  531. But it was an instrument of an alien race, so not many nobles could learn how to play it.
  532. But it was in 1924 that the production of whiskey for sale started.
  533. But it was not Kanbe FUJIMA who passed the name 'Kanjuro,' which he temporarily used as his professional name, down to later generations; instead, it was his pupil and adopted son Daisuke FUJIMA who founded the 'Kanjuro' line.
  534. But it was only in the age of People's Republic of China that 10 ryo was equalized with 1 kin, and until then, 16 ryo had been equalized with 1 kin.
  535. But it was proved that the book was a gisho written in recent times.
  536. But it was quite difficult to reach an accommodation with the conditions requested by each party.
  537. But it was recorded that he showed an uncooperative attitude to Yoriyoshi after his appointment as the Governor of Dewa Province, and his achievement in the said war was very limited, which was arresting of ABE no Ryosho, brother of ABE no Yoritoki, at the end of the war.
  538. But it was stolen by the Buddhist monk Dogyo in the seventh year of the emperor Tenchi's reign (668) and kept in the Imperial court.
  539. But it will be definitely comfortable if you compose a poem for me."
  540. But it's not known if this is the direct ancestor of shamisen.
  541. But its effect seems to have lasted only temporarily.
  542. But jealous Hera hated Hercules, so she would never let him suck her breast.
  543. But josaku went into a rapid decline since around the 10th century along with the end of the government's policy against barbarians, and by the 11th century, it had disappeared from historical documents as well as archeological records.
  544. But later, Yoritomo gave Ikezuki to Takatsuna SASAKI.
  545. But later, he resumed offensive and banished Toshisada from Owari for a while.
  546. But later, many blind tastings were held by Whisky Magazine.
  547. But later, she was excommunicated by the members of the school of Shiko KATSURA, and she changed her stage name to Chiaki (in Chinese characters, written as "千陽").
  548. But little by little, their official duties became important and the rank became much higher during the reign of Emperor Heizei in 807.
  549. But luck was not Morichika's side and he was found and captured by Shichirozaemon NAGASAKA, who was a vassal of the Hachisuka family, when he was hiding in a field of reeds near Yawata in Kyoto on June 7.
  550. But lung diseases such as spinal caries and tuberculosis began to undermine his body, and Ryusei, whom Bosha respected as his mater, passed away, bringing him to seriously focus on the field of haikai (a popular style of Japanese linked verse).
  551. But many of the "Kurama Tengu" films produced before World War II were lost, and are unable to be watched now.
  552. But many of them were revised or written by later hands.
  553. But many people considers that this is a fiction made up later; refer to "Family History of Ryoma SAKAMOTO" by Haruo DOI (Shin-Jinbutsuoraisha, 2006).
  554. But many possible authors have been denied now
  555. But many warriors such as Kiyomasa KATO wore Chinese bellflower crests, not confined to Mitsuhide's, and it is not unnatural that Tenkai wore armor at a time as a priest soldier.
  556. But most of those families were considered to last for just one generation starting from the head of the family, and they were not considered as hereditary families.
  557. But nevertheless, the energetic commerce naturally demanded the masu that could be commonly used in market.
  558. But no land registration is yet done because the prefectural boundary between Shizuoka and Yamanashi is still undetermined.
  559. But no trace of this version of events can be found in the "Gukansho" and indeed, given the fact that close retainers of the retired emperor did not normally have the authority to appoint Commanders, it is doubtful whether this episode really occurred.
  560. But none of the theories is decisive and the identities of the five kings remain uncertain.
  561. But not all Rienjo were necessarily written in three and a half lines in fact.
  562. But not every shoen and koryo in those days were subject to Shugo ukedokoro.
  563. But on April 23, when Nobunaga left for the battle against ASAKURA, Yoshiaki put his ideas into practice.
  564. But on April 6, Hisamitsu who arrived at Himeji, was enraged that Saigo disobeyed the standing order given to him, and also heard Saigo stirred up the patriots from Horijiro and Nobuyoshi KAIEDA, and ordered the capture of Saigo, Murata and Morimura.
  565. But on August 6, while Ito and others went to Yokohama for leisure, someone broke in Azuma-ya and stole a bag containing the draft papers.
  566. But on May 14 th, 1878 he was assassinated at the Kioi-zaka Slope (Kioi-cho Town, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo) by Ichiro SHIMADA (a descendant of samurai in Ishikawa Prefecture) and others in the Kioizaka Incident (he was 47).
  567. But on October 13, a sudden announcement was made about the dismissal of manager MINOBE and the appointment of General Director Hisashi KATO as manager.
  568. But on the other hand, a lot of collision or contact accidents happen between the cars which the tourists drive and the deer in recent years (this is also the top cause of death of the deer), and so, when driving in the neighborhood of Nara Park, drivers must always take care of the deer's leaping out to the road.
  569. But on the other hand, he may have been influenced by the "Bussotoki" (the Record of the Buddhist Founders) and Song-period philosophy (especially that of the 'Spring and Autumn Annals,' the 'Mencius,' and the 'I Ching') into intentionally emphasizing other virtues over Gomurakami's royal lineage.
  570. But on the other hand, if oshikome without governmental permission is discovered, punishment may be given.
  571. But on the other hand, people began to call for reform in the House of Peers and some Kenkyukai members made a move to go along with it.
  572. But on the other hand, some great Myoho experts wrote books such as "Hoso Shiyosho" by SAKANOUE no Akikane, "Saiban Shiyosho" by SAKANOUE no Akimoto (a grandchild of Akikane), "Myoho Jojokanroku" by NAKAHARA no Norisumi, "Kingyoku Shochusho" by NAKAHARA no Norito etc.
  573. But on the whole, they could not gain the Kabuki lovers' favor, and there are not many of these works that are performed today.
  574. But on their retreat, Kagesue was so caught up in the fight that he didn't return.
  575. But once the Muromachi bakufu took total control of the city of Kyoto in Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA's day, the post of kebiishi was virtually abolished and the authority was granted to jibugyo exclusively.
  576. But once the film was on screen, Kobori as the character of Tengu was always compared with Arashi and severely criticized.
  577. But one day, he exchanged Izumo Takeru's sword for a false one in advance, then asked him to cross swords and killed him.
  578. But one day, the two swords, unsheathed and placed against a shoji sliding paper door, fell without being touched, and Kyoshin, wondering why they were now the same length, examined them and found that the menuki (sword handle ornaments) of Kogarasu had been cut by about 6 mm.
  579. But only "Sarugaku dangi" was reprinted based on Kosugibon (Kosugi version) described below as the original text, and from Horibon only Section 29 and following parts and main match-ups were reprinted.
  580. But only Seizan-gi and Chinzei-gi remained through the Middle ages, other than Jodo Shinshu, and they were called Seizan School and Chinzei School.
  581. But only an emperor and a crown prince put on a shitagasane with an old-style tsuzukikyo.
  582. But only at coming-of-age ceremony called Kamurigi, 'hanachi-koji,' a headgear which consisted of separate body and koji and be fixed with strings in wearing, were used.
  583. But originally, Jodo Shinshu is not a sect that sets a special decoration - or holds a special ritual - even in the season of Obon, and so, the believers generally do not set up sotoba.
  584. But others says 倭 means iteki (barbarians) seen from China because the ominous character is used as in Himiko (first known ruler of Japan) and Yamatai Koku (Yamatai Kingdom).
  585. But over the issue on exclusion of foreign ships from Yokohama port, a political confrontation occurred between Yoshinobu who insisted the principle of limited expulsion of foreigners (in favor of exclusion) and Hisamitsu, Shungaku and Munenari who insisted reinforcement of armaments (against exclusion).
  586. But people could not catch up with the Sadanobu's high ideal, partly because his reforms as a whole favored samurai while being strict on merchants and peasants.
  587. But plays such as "Onna Shosei" (The Woman Student) and "Oden TAKAHASHI" depicted women in the new era.
  588. But pro-Hojo aristocrats reported their activities to the government in Kamakura.
  589. But recently, the emperor has indiscriminately permitted them and the precedence of the chief priests who are to be allowed to wear the purple robe is confused, which causes the serious matter such as corruption of the official temples.
  590. But several years later, he caused an incident that he ran away from Sunpu and entered into priesthood in Koyasan.
  591. But shaku here (written as 勺) is often confused with another length unit of the same reading (written as 尺), so it is not rare that 勺 is mistakenly written as 尺 such as 8 go and 5 shaku should be written as '八合五勺' in Chinese characters, but often, it is written as '八合五尺.'
  592. But she died shortly after that due to the hardships.
  593. But she is battered by Yohei when she mentions her father.
  594. But she is still concerned for her son, and takes money and chimaki (a rice dumpling wrapped in bamboo leaves) for Tango no Sekku (Boys' Day) to TESHIMAYA' store and asks them to give it to him for her.
  595. But she was expelled from Osaka in 1593 because her husband was punished by being deprived of his fief.
  596. But shuppinshu is brewed, bearing in mind that it is 'tasted' by the appraisers, tasters and critics.
  597. But since "Shinsen Shojiroku" was made in Heian Period, there is also possibility the changed ranks were adopted for the later system.
  598. But since Emperor Tenmu died in 686 before the ritsuyo code was completed, Empress Jito and Crown Prince Kusakabe inherited the enterprise to conclude it.
  599. But since Masanao gave 3,110 koku out of his fief to his younger brother Morikatsu HASEGAWA, the Hasegawa clan became a hatamoto (a direct retainer of the Tokugawa shogunate) and the Hasegawa Domain was abolished.
  600. But since Shimeta had his heart set on traveling to the United States, Kasatkin gave up and helped Shimeta make his illegal voyage.
  601. But since abolition of their lines via Ogura, Keihan Uji Bus has not been operating any microbuses on their Uji-Yodo Route.
  602. But since he died early from drinking too much Sake, his brother, SAKANOUE no Kiyono took over the head of the family.
  603. But since he vowed his vassalage to Gobota-in without the approval of the Kamakura shogunate, his territory was confiscated by the shogunate.
  604. But since it takes about one hour by train and bus (transportation) from Imadegawa Campus, some students complain about it.
  605. But since it was written in the difficult classical Chinese hybrid script known as kanbun, many portions of it remain unintelligible.
  606. But since none of his works showed a year of manufacture, he is regarded as a sword craftsman of the mid-Kamakura period only judging by his parent and brother's works.
  607. But since the Act on National Holidays was revised some local governments have gone back to hold the Coming-of-Age Ceremony during New Year holidays, Golden Week, or Obon.
  608. But since the other companies also put fundoshi on the market with the name "Classic Pants", "Classic Pants" is not a registered trademark proper to Mitsukoshi.
  609. But since the strain was not stable and easily mixed with contamination, the quality of sake was not stable.
  610. But since they were supposed to produce sanzoshu by adding a large amount of alcohol, its dull taste did not become a problem.
  611. But some Shinpan (Tokugawa's relatives) and fudai daimyo like the Mito Tokugawa family, exempted from sankin-kotai, resided in Edo permanently because their demesnes were located near Edo or small.
  612. But some kinds of shochu of group Ko have achieved characteristic tastes in a way by variations of blending, maturing, number of distillation, distillation machine, types of water added, ingredients etc.
  613. But some men did not value them much because women did not look elegant in Monpe.
  614. But some people advocate that there is no clear evidence of linkage between the Ochi clan war and Mochiuji and Yoshiaki, and therefore it must be left as an open question.
  615. But some researchers including Tadamasa AOYAMA and Rei MATSUMOTO raise questions about credibility of the fact that Ryoma actually made the Eight Rules since there exist no original text and copy thereof.
  616. But some stories took place in the Kanto region including Edo and Yokohama City, and others took place in far-away towns such as Matsumae-cho (Hokkaido).
  617. But some words such as "Shoya" (village headman) and "Myoshu/Nanusi" (village headman) remained in the Edo era as the remnants of shokan.
  618. But something is wrong with Sode.
  619. But sometimes San hakase and Sukuyoshi protested a new calendar presented to the emperor and engaged in a dispute over amending the calendar and it was not uncommon to see the calendar amended (the new year calendar modified or changed) after the New Year Day.
  620. But sometimes a set of Nagagi and Haori made of different but well coordinated cloth is soled as a male formal Wafuku titled 'ensemble.'
  621. But soon Ieyasu violated the laws enacted by late Hideyoshi, and made his way through the marriage policy with Masamune DATE, Iemasa HACHISUKA and Masanori FUKUSHIMA without permission.
  622. But soon Kensei-to Party was torn up.
  623. But soon unrelated samurai were treated as Yoriko, and eventually when people referred to Yoriko, they meant the latter.
  624. But starting in the Heian period, the system of complete state ownership of all land (and subjects) crumbled, and the state began to recognize as legitimate the existence of private estates, which were called "shoen."
  625. But still, after Chitsuroku-shobun, samurai warriors had to struggle against hard living.
  626. But still, many colorful bon toro are seen in the suburbs today.
  627. But still, some judges thought that Tsuda should be sentenced the death penalty.
  628. But such allegiance has become in vain.'
  629. But such interventions of the bakufu were implemented only when the exchange market overheated, and usually the exchange business was left into the hands of the market.
  630. But such notes were returned to the former owners, and were sold to many paper money collecters.
  631. But tea differed in quality from region to region.
  632. But that can be freely applied depending on the concept of sake breweries.
  633. But that is only the beginning of the final battle between good and evil.
  634. But the 'Oda Isenokami family' regained its strength and Toshisada was expelled from Owari.
  635. But the 45th volume is missing, and there are some blank years without any articles.
  636. But the Chugoku Conquest was full of troubles, from the beginning as Murashige ARAKI in Settsu Province, who had supposedly been on Hideyoshi's side, cooperated with Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple and the Mori clan to rise in revolt while the Kodera clan and the Bessho clan led a rebellion in Harima.
  637. But the Daijokanpu issued in 798 (official docments issued by Daijokan, Grand Council of State) ordered ryoseikoku (province) to buy at Washi price (present-day market price) when purchasing local specialties (trading miscellaneous things) to deliver to the Court.
  638. But the Emperor Godaigo who was in power at that period did not accept abdicating his position and insisted the Kamakura bakufu's settlement was invalid.
  639. But the Emperor himself, refused to abdicate from the throne.
  640. But the Emperor's supporters came to conflict with Nobuyori, allowed Emperor Nijo to escape from the Imperial Residence in the Imperial Palace, and had him settled at their base at Rokuhara, Kyoto.
  641. But the Goseibai-shikimoku Article 8 itself just shows the idea on the Nenkiho in the samurai society, and whether or not the Nenkiho was adopted in the Court noble society at the time is another issue.
  642. But the Great Kanto Earthquake, which occurred soon after the foundation of the school, destroyed the Noh stage of the Rokuro UMEWAKA family.
  643. But the Hongan-ji Temple army besieged the Oda army at Tennoji.
  644. But the Hosokawa side's vice-envoy Sokei SO offered a bribe to Laien who was Shihakushi-daikan (inspector of the Office of Merchant Ships) at the port authority of Ming China, and Laien allowed the Hosokawa ship to go through port inspection before the Ouchi ship.
  645. But the Imperial Educational Society referred to them as 'the three great private schools in the imperial capital' at that time.
  646. But the NITTA army was defeated in the battles of Takenoshita in Hakone, and Takauji's forces entered Kyoto; Takauji was finally driven from the city later through the efforts of the KITABATAKE army, which had marched down from Mutsu Province.
  647. But the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces lost big against the Takeda army at the Battle of Mikatagahara on January 1574.
  648. But the Ritsuryo system contained regulations concerning Imperial edicts and their handling, meaning the emperor's conduct was in fact restricted.
  649. But the Russian Orthodox Church suffered terrible oppression once the Bolsheviks--who advocated atheism and instituted a campaign of religious persecution--came to power following the Russian Revolution.
  650. But the Shinji was later recaptured by the people of Yoshino who supported the Gonancho.
  651. But the Taiwan governor was commanded and managed by the prime minister, the prewar Home Minister (Japan) and the minister of Colonial Ministry, therefore Taiwan governor's position was lower than Chosen Sotoku-fu under the direct control of the emperor.
  652. But the Three Thousand World principle is the basis of the whole world and not just a teaching.'
  653. But the Tokuso family--the primary lineage of the Hojo clan--which was bent on extending and strengthening their central authority and rule throughout the country and especially in the west, started to exclude gokenin, and began trying to promote only miuchibito (private family retainers) who were Hikan (vassals working for the Rokuhara Tandai).
  654. But the Toyotomi army with 10,000 soldiers led by Keijun MIYABE, persistently protected the site utilizing karabori (dry moat) and a board fence.
  655. But the Wakasa TAKEDA clan did not have enough power to go up to Kyoto because of troubles over inheritance, conflicts between elder statesmen and so on, so Yoshiaki fled to Yoshikage ASAKURA of Echizen Province in September and asked him to help restore the Shogunate.
  656. But the Yoshitsune was so light he hopped on the balustrade of the bridge; he overwhelmed Benkei with his swift movement, and Benkei was finally lost.
  657. But the abolition of this rule in the Meiji Period, meant that ordinary people could also start to eat white rice.
  658. But the actual influence and prestige of the Nijo school had already been transferred to the poet-monk Tona by the time of the Northern and Southern Court period, and with the subsequent death of Tameto NIJO, the Nijo family lineage fell into extinction.
  659. But the administrator lost all content and became merely a pro-forma rank.
  660. But the aggressive advancement onto the sea by the government was rather exceptional during the Ming and Qing dynasties.
  661. But the appointment of most of the feudal retainers for the domains came later (January 4-6, 1868); for example, Yoshitomo OZAKI from Owari, Shikanosuke MENJU from Echizen, Heiji KUBOTA from Geishu, and Takachika FUKUOKA from Tosa, who were not present at the Kogosho Conference, were later appointed councilors.
  662. But the attendants robbed me of the treasure and abandoned me deep in the snowy mountain, and that's how I got here astray."
  663. But the attendants who accompanied me took away my treasure and ran away, and that was how I wandered off into Zaodo".
  664. But the authorization lacks foundation, and in recent years, Koichi MORI's view that Akasaka Tennozan Tumulus, a giant square tumulus in Kurahashi, Sakurai City is Sushun's Mausoleum is most prevalent.
  665. But the baby's father stood against Kanto and fled.
  666. But the biggest reason that Izumo province was thought to be the location of Yomi, the underworld, is that it was believed to be the place where the sun set on the Japanese archipelago.
  667. But the business began to fade out rapidly in Showa Period.
  668. But the castle soldiers also fought with guns and the besiegers were greatly damaged and withdrew.
  669. But the coins in circulation were insufficient, leading to the circulation of both privately minted and bad currency (which contained less than the full amount of copper), which prompted the bakufu to issue a series of laws singling out low-quality coins and banning them from use; the bakufu also set an exchange rate between the different currencies in circulation.
  670. But the control of the morals became strict due to Kansei Reform, and in 1791, Sharebon and kibyoshi by Kyoden SANTO were exposed.
  671. But the death of Toshiie who had so much popularity and war bargaining that he could be the only person to match evenly Ieyasu was one of the causes that determined the fall of the Toyotomi clan.
  672. But the defendant, who did not know fully about the condition of permission, led the demonstration march around the center of the intersection.
  673. But the dictionary did not go so far as to describe the brewing method used to produce moro-haku.
  674. But the doctrine implies that any person may be rescued right now while he lives, as the term "Heizei-gojo" explains.
  675. But the domain was covered by the Ikkoku Ichijo Rei (Law of One Castle per Province) issued in Genna era, and the Omizo-jo Castle was destroyed except for its Sannomaru.
  676. But the dramaturgy and staging of the plays did not go much beyond the conventional Kabuki.
  677. But the earliest performance ever recorded was in 1465, which means it was the work when he was fifteen according to the latest findings that Nobumitsu was born in 1450, and it is not convincing.
  678. But the elevator does not stop at the second floor.
  679. But the enemy was a large strong country, Russia.
  680. But the epidemic was not subdued, and there was a fire in the dairi (Imperial Palace) on June 14.
  681. But the feud with a former chief led him to leave priesthood in 1907.
  682. But the forces of Sumimoto were routed in the Battle at Mt. Funaoka, so Yoshinobu returned to Kyoto with Yoshitada.
  683. But the forces that were against the Taira clan government were not composed only of members of the Minamoto clan, and therefore it cannot be simply considered as a war between the Taira and Minamoto clans.
  684. But the former was banned in 1629 for the reason that it corrupted public morals, and the latter was also banned in 1652 because the Kabuki groups which also engaged in the business of male prostitutes were rampant, so Kabuki became the style of "Yaro-kabuki" (men's Kabuki) that has continued until today.
  685. But the founder of the Sect stated that to teach right things against other religions had to be done with common sense and good manners, and it is only limited to educational differences in the religions.
  686. But the full 16 mm film was discovered in the library at Yugawara-cho Kanagawa Prefecture and was remade into a Laser Disc as 'revival version' in 1992 by Nikkatsu corporation, which made the name of Nakahira known among young people.
  687. But the fundoshi spread in a larger scale from the end of the Meiji period onwards.
  688. But the god of Enomoto was nearly deaf and could not hear the part of 'of the mountain' and approved.
  689. But the golden age of the team did not last long.
  690. But the instances of the trade between the two countries became scarce in historical materials, and it is considered that Chinese merchants residing in Japan had been already difficult by then.
  691. But the kanin system was reformed so that the system of providing kanin to all the government officials was abolished and kanin were provided only to the offices.
  692. But the last thing is known only by me, this god.' (chapter 23 of volume Shimotsu)
  693. But the latter system, which came into existence in the late Heian period, let chakunan of legal wives take over as ujinochoja from generation to generation.
  694. But the leading theory is that Komainu has an Indian origin.
  695. But the legation had not been opened in Hanseong yet at this time.
  696. But the longer the sleeves become, they are more likely to be an impediment to the wearer's movement or activities.
  697. But the majority of Sengoku daimyo were unable to conduct full land surveys of their entire territory.
  698. But the manuscript was probably the different book from Harumurabon.
  699. But the members from the powerful clans like the Kazuraki clan, the Heguri clan, the Kose clan, and the Soga clan, all of which claimed that they were descended from TAKEUCHI no Sukune, became Ooomi.
  700. But the missing parts can be supplemented by excerpts, so it is possible to read most of them.
  701. But the most important purpose for the prohibition was in the bakufu's motivation to weaken the influence of daimyo in order to control them more easily.
  702. But the most visitors are drawn to the large scale exhibitions hosted by newspaper companies.
  703. But the negotiation was not concluded at this point.
  704. But the next day, on February 5, the riot spilt over to Honzan mine.
  705. But the number increased every year, and in 2007 about twenty thousand candles were used.
  706. But the opposition forces, Joshinin Kosen and his relatives the Tsutsui clan, were against this and gathered people from Yamato Province to kill Junei TSUTSUI in 1444, however after failing in this they were instead attacked by Junei TSUTSUI who was aiming to govern Nara Province.
  707. But the order was canceled by Yoshifusa, who vouched for Makoto's innocence and thereafter, Yoshimi's influence was lost.
  708. But the original words are partly different from the present ones.
  709. But the people loyal to the Emperor had the initiative again afterwards, so that it was decided to make the Second Choshu Conquest.
  710. But the personnel such as Betto and Karei appointed from Court nobles, and the Fourth and Fifth Rank government officials were called '(Kami) Keishi,' and Chikeji and the lower were called 'Shimo Keishi.'
  711. But the plot failed and Tomoyuki was captured by the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun)'s army (Conspiracy of Genko).
  712. But the poems are written in the Japanese word order.
  713. But the political situation remained bogged down in chaos, and because of inequalities and unfairness in the giving of rewards, Godaigo was never able to gain control over the warrior class.
  714. But the prefecture did not accept her protest, so Kita appealed to the Home Ministry.
  715. But the present capital is generally said to be Tokyo Metropolis, as was ruled by 'the Law of Capital Construction' (law No. 219, 1950: abolished).
  716. But the quality of the tea produced in Uji City was later improved.
  717. But the reason many Daikokuten statues in Japan feature fukutokuso (a happy, contented facial expression) is due to the influence of China, where of the three aspects of Mahakala the one most emphasized and worshipped was that of wealth.
  718. But the record of the facility's name and place do not remain.
  719. But the reforms hit a setback due to the oppression on reformists such as Ansei no Taigoku or the sudden death of Nariakira SHIMAZU.
  720. But the residents of Guangdong, where the incident had happened, got indignant, held a meeting for commemorating the national shame on March 19, when Tatsumaru was to be released, and decided on expulsion of Japanese products.
  721. But the resolution of Jikan nochi was eventually watered down by the persistent resistance of pro-shogunate group, such as Echizen, Tosa and Owari, not to mention Yoshinobu himself, and things did not go as tobakuha planned.
  722. But the scene of reading out kanjincho at the Ataka barrier was seen in this work for the first time, and this seems to be the writer's original.
  723. But the selected labors were armed.
  724. But the situation didn't settle, and the next day, on February 6, the mine office was attacked in the morning and the director, Teizo MINAMI was assaulted.
  725. But the soldiers who guarded it had already withdrawn to Kii Province by ship, so that they could not attack them.
  726. But the sovereign forbids that.'
  727. But the structures that had been constructed in the fourth period started from the latter half of the ninth century, as well as in the fifth period which lasted from the latter half of the tenth century to the first half of the eleventh century were demolished by the construction of Fukuokajo Castle.
  728. But the students complain the traffic jam and others make it difficult to keep the punctual service, and that the last bus starts so early they have to use the public transportation after that.
  729. But the system was, as it were, in transition and the highest hereditary titles, such as O-omi and Muraji, were still placed above the rank of daitoku.
  730. But the team was not able to gain victories from the early stages of the season, and manager NISHIMURA was dismissed in the middle of the season.
  731. But the team was not able to ride on the wave of a good condition from the opening of the season, and stayed low in the standings.
  732. But the treasured Sword has been lost.
  733. But the troops of Ise kameyama Castle run out by the attack of Ujisato GAMO, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, Kazutoyo YAMANOCHI and others, and surrendered on March 3.
  734. But the truth came out, and Yoshimitsu was forced to flee to Hitachi province (where his power and influence remained strong), his dream of becoming the head of the Minamoto clan in tatters.
  735. But the truth is, Taimitsu was founded by Saicho.
  736. But the utensil of the same group is also called 'yamakasa' in some regions.
  737. But the war was prolonged because the remaining castles in Soonoiwaki and Himenoki were tough to conquer.
  738. But the word nagi mostly indicates the things that are involved in Shinto and myths in Japan and the place of worship in the Ancient Shinto.
  739. But the writers of those 2 books are unknown and those 2 books are gisho with assumed names.
  740. But their relationship became gradually worse, Nobunaga exiled Yoshiaki in 1573.
  741. But then I brushed what I had just written off as a heap of lies, with the only truth being that all people looked like dog killers.
  742. But then a woodcutter (lead role of the first half of the play) appears and warns him to stop crossing because it would be impossible to reach the other side with ordinary ascetic practices, and disappears after telling him that he had better wait a while at the foot of the bridge.
  743. But then he switched to Takauji ASHIKAGA's side in the Battle of Hakone and Takenoshita, which contributed to a rout of Yoshisada NITTA.
  744. But then in 1159, with his hopes for further promotions fading, he joined the priesthood.
  745. But then in 1983 he released "Narayamabushiko" in a bid to revive his career.
  746. But then in the Edo period Nakami KASUGA revived the family line as a jige (lower-ranking courtier) family, and for generations thereafter family members served the Koga family as high stewards.
  747. But then the word kaigun (navy) was already being used and the word suigun became history.
  748. But then, OTOMO no Fukei got the dozens of comrades and forwarded the preparation of the war for Prince Oama in Yamato.
  749. But then, her marriage seemed to be restored and she gave birth to Irohahime (Tadateru MATSUDAIRA's wife) in 1594 after she moved to the Date residence in Jurakudai (government office/residence) in Kyoto.
  750. But there a deep-rooted consciousness existed among common people to avoid bitasen.
  751. But there also exist some originally developed performances, including those having their own original programs.
  752. But there are also situations in which this is not the case such as the continued four year high pollen levels in the Kanto region from 2000 to 2003.
  753. But there are many unclear points about bansho because a lot of magiri-related written materials were lost as a result of social disorder caused by the Ryukyu Annexation, the Battle of Okinawa, etc.
  754. But there are reasonable points that makurakotoba is regarded not to have been derived from a rhetorical device of poetry because it was found in "Fudoki," whereas jokotoba is solely a technique of poetry.
  755. But there are some parts which make it difficult to imagine clearly.
  756. But there are two widely held views that it was either completed during the Tengi era (1053-1058), when the author FUJIWARA no Akihira was in his later years, during the Kohei era (1058-1065), or the first year of the Chogen era (1028).
  757. But there is a heresy.
  758. But there is a theory that this conversation between Yodo and Iwakura is an 'episode' created afterward.
  759. But there is also a theory that ryoseikoku and agata were treated equally in ancient times.
  760. But there is also a view that Takamimusubi is the primary god from whom the Imperial Family is believed to be descended based on a legend existing in the tensonkorin related mythology that he was in full control of tensonkorin, gaining ascendancy over Amaterasu Omikami
  761. But there is an opinion that Nagamasu ODA crawled into Toyotomi clan as a spy for Tokugawa clan.
  762. But there is another opinion that it is a provision ruling negative prescription by 'no enfeoffment,' an act of not exercising the authority of enfeoffment.
  763. But there is no conclusive view as to whether the hayago originated in paper cartridges or was invented quite separately.
  764. But there is no description that Anahobe no hashihito no himemiko fled to Tango including Kojiki (The Record of Ancient Matters).
  765. But there is no doubt that there was a person who was a daughter of Kamatari and became the wife of the Prince Otomo, since "Kaifuso" (Fond Recollections of Poetry) describes as 'Kamatari made one of his daughters a wife of the Emperor Kobun' (the Prince Oto).
  766. But there is no exact evidence that Spain and Portuguese had an intension and plan to conquer Japan.
  767. But there is not necessarily a clear distinction between them.
  768. But there is not yet an unified view whether Wakoku controlled the area by civilian rule.
  769. But there is one shosei (a student who is given room and board in exchange for performing domestic duties) in the group, who appears in study groups of Osaka Nohgaku Yoseikai (Osaka Nohgaku Training Facility) and other Noh theaters.
  770. But there is the copy of the manuscript called Kozanbon, which is one of 'Hosokawa jubu densho' owned by Kozan Bunko Library, and there is also a manuscript called Konparubon owned by Hozanji Temple.
  771. But there was a risk that these stockpiled rice became old and useless if there was no poor crop or famine.
  772. But there was a shift in the relationship between Japan and the Balhae Kingdom during the rule of Emperor Dae Jung-sang of the Balhae Kingdom and the trade between two countries declined.
  773. But there was an incessant string of disputes over the imperial succession inside the court, such as the emperor's brother by a different mother, Imperial Prince Iyo, being framed with the crime of plotting a rebellion and driven to death the next year.
  774. But there was yet a conservative movement such as the prohibition on studying medicine, although such a movement was kept within the Imperial palace. (Of course western culture was not totally denied, as you can see there was a wristwatch left in the Imperial Palace.)
  775. But there were also gokenin sent from Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region).
  776. But there were many unusual things about the design of this commemorative postage stamp.
  777. But there were no official positions for a court poet in the Asuka period, and the truth remains unclear.
  778. But there were still many prefectures that have detached territories outside a lump of areas around their capital.
  779. But there were such events as the prevalence of infectious diseases and eruption of Mt. Fuji.
  780. But thereafter, the Yamagunitai became a source of local pride, which is why figures representing the Yamagunitai can still be seen in the processions for the Yamaguni Shrine Kankosai (festival of re-enshrinement) and in the Kyoto Jidai Matsuri (Kyoto's Festival of the Ages).
  781. But thereafter, the feud between Takauji's younger brother Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA, whom Takauji had entrusted with the running of the government, and the Ashikaga family steward, Ko no Moronao, spilled out into the open, and during the Kanno era, the shogunate experienced an internal struggle known as the Kanno Disturbance.
  782. But these Aratame-sanbu-sada gin silver coins were worth only 2 bu 2 shu in Japan, and the engraving operation, which was started on January 21, 1860, was terminated on as early as June 30, 1860.
  783. But these coins did not prevent but rather accelerated the outflow of koban to foreign countries.
  784. But these countries have limited fuel sources such as trees, and when the number of inhabitants in one area increases excessively due to refugees, and so on, secondary environmental devastation has occurred; the neighboring trees are cut down recklessly and die off over a short period of time, among other things.
  785. But these maneki-neko have their paws turned in the opposite direction as those in Japan, and consequently they face the back of their paw to the front.
  786. But these names read as "yawara" in many cases.
  787. But these policies required a large amount of funds, which forced him to temporarily rely on government bonds, foreign government bonds and large-scale issuance of inconvertible paper currency.
  788. But these sleeping cars were dismantled due to the closing down (also refer to the section on Steam Locomotive Hotel).
  789. But they began to buy bottled sake which they favored in liquor shops and drink it during dinner or after dinner with meals or sakana (appetizers taken with alcoholic drinks) almost every night until they got drunk to some extent (which was called 'namayoi' [a little drunk] in those days).
  790. But they conflicted over the position of Rusushiki (custodian or caretaker of Shinran's Mausoleum at Otani) of Hongan-ji Temple, the management of the monto (followers) in the eastern Japan and so on, and disownments and reconciliations occurred between them repeatedly two times each.
  791. But they did not reach an agreement on the handover of the remnants of the Araki clan which had triggered the conflict.
  792. But they disappeared from the records again after that.
  793. But they disputed as to who should be selected as iemoto (the head of a school).
  794. But they divorced on December 29, 1887.
  795. But they do not realize that they are real brothers and have the same enemy Daigakunosuke.
  796. But they do not want to get such a feeling of fullness that they can not eat regular meals that supply other nutrients.
  797. But they eventually concluded that it was difficult to build a new stadium in Yokooji and the more realistic idea of renovating Kyoto Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium is now being studied.
  798. But they finally brought the discussion to the conclusion that Manzaburo UMEWAKA should be selected as iemoto.
  799. But they have almost disappeared so far with consideration of the safety on the expressway and so on.
  800. But they lost big and more than 1,000 soldiers including Naomasa were killed in the battle.
  801. But they needed to win the struggle for survival to reach the status.
  802. But they ran into financial difficulty due to the lack of gold coins, and since the regulation of national bank was forced to be amended to permit issuance of inconvertible currency, the number of banks increased abruptly and new Kokuritsu Ginko Shihei (inconvertible currency) was issued.
  803. But this certainly cannot be compared to enemies of the court who plot to overthrow the imperial government and gain profit from it.
  804. But this customary practice was not controlled as provincial military governors (shugo) were influential and samurai played a central role in society.
  805. But this definition had an advantage that people could find the time required only by the number of ri to the destination.
  806. But this did not exist in the Edo period.
  807. But this difference is not due to a difference in the establishment of teachings, but is thought to be due to a difference of doctrine between upper seat Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism (cf. doctrine that Mahayana is not Buddhism).
  808. But this incident also indicated a risk of independent judicial power.
  809. But this is not a complete recipe of takoyaki, because there are different styles and peculiar tastes for takoyaki according to restaurants and people who make it.
  810. But this is not based on fact.
  811. But this is not the way of a warrior.
  812. But this is too flimsy a reason for banishment.
  813. But this magic mirror is quite different from Ungaikyo, because the former has a strong ego and is characteristic of the crystal ball used in the Western astrology.
  814. But this place the sky is high enough to walk with my back straightened up."
  815. But this plan was stopped before being completed.
  816. But this press is known for publishing critical articles with a sharp tongue about Soka Gakkai.
  817. But this proposal was unsatisfactory mainly because it left old Eta and Hinin at the final end of the status of Heimin.
  818. But this road was abandoned in the eighth century.
  819. But this vigorousness was harmful to him, and he spent days of many hardships in this period of his life.
  820. But this was against tradition, which was to visit Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine and Kamo-jinja Shrine upon a change in emperor, leading to the Onjo-ji Temple and the Kofuku-ji Temple simultaneously starting to oppose Kiyomori.
  821. But this westernization gave birth to many Western-style painters and sculptors in Japan.
  822. But this world view and historical view did not espouse strong leadership in Japan compared to the Great East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere views held by Kanji ISHIWARA, which came about later.
  823. But this would be out of my own pocket, not an original draft fee.'
  824. But those details are beyond the objective of this article.
  825. But those that were relocated or renamed before appointment of Chihanji or without appointment of Chihanji are not listed here.
  826. But three years later, on August 11, 1243, he was ordered to serve in shifts as an attendant when FUJIWARA no Yoritsune, Shogun of the period, went to his office out of schedule.
  827. But through a law introduced by Prince Shotoku (the Seventeen Article Constitution of the Asuka Period) and government organizational reform (the system of twelve courtly ranks), after the Taika Reform of 645 the political system shifted to an emperor-centered system.
  828. But to conclude, they were very few in those days and were not paid any attention.
  829. But to escape from the fires of World War I, she moved to England.
  830. But to maintain and inherit such a family it was necessary to practice hard and master the specific "Kata (form)" in the field and the "Kata" was taught orally to one person or only a few people of a generation.
  831. But to prevent the troop of Nobuharu BABA, who was a busho of the Takeda clan, from penetrating his allies, he left future affairs in the hands of his younger brother Masakazu NARUSE (busho in the Sengoku period), and sacrificed himself for Ieyasu and died in the battle.
  832. But tocha began to decline in the middle of the fifteenth century when the culture was changing into Higashiyama Bunka (Culture of the Eastern Mountain).
  833. But tocha remained popular among kabuki mono (eccentric people who attracted public attention with their eye-catching clothes, peculiar hairstyle, and weird behavior over the Sengoku period (period of warring states) and the early Edo period) in the form of Kabuki-cha (Tea of Kabuki) (also known as Cha-kabuki (Tea Kabuki)).
  834. But today, 1 kin of bread commonly weighs from 350 to 400 grams, which is less than 1 eikin, and the fair competition codes just prescribes that 1 kin should be more than 340 grams.
  835. But unions of some production areas establish their own internal rules: As for Inami Carving (the secondary designation) in Nanto City, Toyama Prefecture, the number of years of candidates' work experience should be 20 or more.
  836. But until the fully-fledged introduction of western mathematics was under way, wasan (as well as wasan mathematicians) also played a part in the modernization of the country on the practical side.
  837. But we will see him.'
  838. But when Amenouzume climbed up onto an overturned bowl and began a powerful sensual dance, straightening her back, exposing her breasts, letting the cord to her skirt dangle in front of her crotch, lowering her waist and stamping with her feet, the deities burst out laughing.
  839. But when Emperor Gofukakusa ascended the throne, the empress dowager wore white karaginu.
  840. But when Hidehira died, his son FUJIWARA no Yasuhira violated the will of his father out of fear of the power of Yoritomo and attacked Yoshitsune and his entourage at Koromogawa no Tachi (residence of the Oshu-Fujiwara clan).
  841. But when Nariakira SHIMAZU became the lord of the domain in 1853, OKUBO was reinstated as an officer for okura (the rice store of the Edo shogunate) at the Land Record Office of the domain.
  842. But when Sanjo reported to the Emperor, he received an Imperial prescript saying 'wait until Tomomi IWAKURA returns from Korea, and meet with him, and then report to me' so the announcement had to wait until Iwakura's return.
  843. But when Yoritomo attacked the Fujiwara clan in Oshu (Mutsu Province), Goshirakawa issued the command to follow and kill the Fujiwara clan in Oshu, later on Yoritomo went to Kyoto and was reconciled with the Cloistered Emperor.
  844. But when Yoshioki OUCHI was forced to return to his home provinces due to unrest there, Takakuni took Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, the orphan son of Yoshizumi, who had died in exile, and raised him up as the new Shogun, defeating the combined armies of Yoshitane and Sumimoto.
  845. But when he returned to Shoko-ji Temple five years later, he opposed the Togashi clan in cooperation with his young brothers Rengo, who had led Ikko sect's revolt in neighboring Etchu Province, and Rensei, who had stayed in Yoshizaki.
  846. But when he settled is not known. Where his wife came from and when he died of a disease are also not known."
  847. But when megataki uchi was practiced, sometimes the husband was punished for the crime of murder because it was impossible for the husband to produce evidence by having the adulterer confess because he had killed the adulterer.
  848. But when people talk about 'the Oshima-bon,' it usually refers to this one.
  849. But when shogunal deputy Masamoto HOSOKAWA was assassinated (in Eisho Disturbance) in 1508, the Hosokawa family was split over who was to inherit the family.
  850. But when the Edo Shogunate began to rapidly lose it's power to unify the country, they hoped to overthrow the government and replace it with an integrated government centered around the emperor.
  851. But when the Mint Bureau canceled the contract with English Oriental Banking Corporation and disemployed nine foreigners including Kindle in January 1875, ENDO returned to the Mint Bureau again.
  852. But when the Prince Asukabe, who was his older brother, made a confession, he was captured, forced to change his name to Kunatabure (stubbornly mad), then tortured to death.
  853. But while under the management of MINOBE the team tried to shore itself up by several approaches like adopting a back three formation, it was not able to change the bad situation.
  854. But white rice has been established as the de facto standard in retail for consumers.
  855. But with Yoshinaka's defeat and death in the first month of the following year, Sanesada was restored to his position.
  856. But with activities by Kinjuro MORIYA in Okayama, it was recognized as a school in Kanze-ryu in 1986.
  857. But with the ascension of Emperor Antoku, his hopes had been dashed, and even worse, some of the shoen on which he relied as his financial foundation were confiscated by the government.
  858. But with the development of the money economy, more coins than rice and millet are placed on the altars of shrines or temples.
  859. But with the reason he was a son of Nobunaga, Nobukatsu was given 50,000 koku in total in Yamato Province and Kozuke Province.
  860. But with the resignation of the barons due to the formation of the Koseikai in 1919, coupled with the swelling of the Kenkyukai's ranks, the influence of the Tea Party gradually began to wane.
  861. But with the transition to the Edo period and the onset of the pax Tokugawa, the general public began to take an interest in personal grooming and fashion, leading to the appearance, above and beyond people's everyday clothes, of both formal and gorgeous dress.
  862. But you and I are friends, who unified whole country.'
  863. But you can enjoy a sweet fragrance from the steam when it is baked well.
  864. But, 'Kosode' originally indicated a feature of small sleeve openings.
  865. But, Emperor Uda and his child, Emperor Daigo established the form of the Emperor's directly ruled government by actively becoming involved in politics.
  866. But, Helta Incident occurred at the same time.
  867. But, I thought that fundoshi loincloth should not necessarily be blue," he wrote.
  868. But, I've never heard of any person who has in fact experienced it.
  869. But, Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) allowed private trade and came to have Chinzei Bugyo (Defense Commissioner of the West) govern Hakata and send official merchant ships of the bakufu.
  870. But, Line 27C was closed down by this revision.
  871. But, Masanori spread warriors to places in Kinai region thereafter, and extended his influence over Settsu Province and Kawachi Province.
  872. But, Meihan Kintetsu Bus continues to provide mountain bus service.
  873. But, Naganuma village had carried on a movement aimed at privatization of Naganuma.
  874. But, TSUDA did not intend to kill Nicholas, and after the attack, he answered to police questions as 'I did not intend to kill him, I just wanted to give him one slash'.
  875. But, Takasuke, replied that 'Yoshisuke lost the battle because he fought alone without sufficient support in the far northland, so, the fault also lay with the noble people who are here and had not provided support.
  876. But, a serious incident occurred -- In collusion with Yoshioki OUCHI, Takakuni HOSOKAWA fled from Kyoto on April 27, 1508 on the pretext of visiting Ise Shrine and took refuge with Iga no kuni Shugo (Provincial Constable of Iga Province) Takanaga NIKI.
  877. But, according to the theory of limitation of constitutional amendment, the Constitution of the Empire of Japan did not define any limitations of constitutional amendment.
  878. But, after Iwakura returned in September, Takayoshi KIDO and Toshimichi OKUBO, who returned from time abroad, began to espouse the theory of priority of domestic security.
  879. But, after being short of potatoes as well, acorns which mobilized elementary school students collected in the fields and anhydrous alcohol made of gasoline were diverted.
  880. But, after that, Mitsuie HATAKEYAMA, shugo (provincial constable) of Kawachi Province, provided support to Koremichi OCHI and, although the Tsutsui clan sought help from Mochiyuki HOSOKAWA, the Ochi clan regained momentum in 1434 and badly defeated the Tsutsui clan again.
  881. But, after that, as the smoke from mineral materials such as heavy oil and lamp oil came to be used, the quality of ink sticks considerably deteriorated.
  882. But, after the Sino-Japanese War, the national polity theory of Takayama gradually became popular, and after the Emperor Organ Theory Incident, 'Japan was one large family where all the Imperial members and subjects belonged' ('Cardinal principles of the National Entity of Japan' by the Ministry of Education) became an official doctrine.
  883. But, among the shareholders there were some foreign investors.
  884. But, among the type 103 cars converted at that time, a series of KuHa type 103 cars (type 103 commuter trains with a cab-equipped lead coach without driving motor) were not air-conditioned at all, so they could not be used during the summer season, but had to be renovated into air-conditioned cars at Suita and Takatori depots.
  885. But, as a result of complaint, Tsushima Domain (on September 12,1869, changed its name to "Izuhara Domain") was continuously entrusted with the Japan-Korea negotiation.
  886. But, as a result this thing was an ironical indirect cause that forced Saigo into retired from politics.
  887. But, as is mentioned above, this promotion was not thought to be a problem because he was recognized in the interim until Sanetoshi SAIONJI grew up.
  888. But, as the name could be easily confused with the national Kyoto University's, the school applied for a name change on March 8.
  889. But, as the provision has been eliminated in 2004, it became possible to produce these kind of sake.
  890. But, at the National Small Theater in 1971, he was stumped about the character name 'Koemon KAMIYA' during performing "Daibutsu Mochi" (Buddha's Cake), and he withdrew saying 'I will learn once again.'
  891. But, at the same time, it is clearly stated that it was caused by plundering by the tsuitoshi TAIRA no Naokata and country soldiers who formed the imperial court army ("Sakeiki" (A Diary of MINAMOTO no Tsuneyori, the section of October 24, 1034)).
  892. But, because of financial difficulties as well as the fact that Osaka lost the bid for the Olympics, the construction plan itself was abandoned.
  893. But, because of thorough remodeling, it is completely different from the original structure.
  894. But, being afraid of Motonaga's power as a threat, Harumoto HOSOKAWA accepted the slander from Masanaga MIYOSHI and others who belonged to the Motonaga's clan and were envious of Nagamasa KIZAWA and Motonaga's rise.
  895. But, counterfeit bills of Minbusho-satsu and Dajokan-satsu were forged in various places because the foundation of the Meiji government was not strengthened enough.
  896. But, currently such people did not exist in Japan.'
  897. But, during the battle in Kyoto, he was attacked by Chikamitsu YUKI who had surrendered falsely, and lost his life.
  898. But, each nation had discontinued gold standard system due to the aftermath of World WarⅠand shifted to managed currency system.
  899. But, especially during the prewar period, the idea of lese majesty and the Peace Preservation Law prevented people from discussing the validity of the unbroken Imperial line.
  900. But, facing strong resistance from the old power, Nagayoshi stopped fighting with Yoshiteru, the shogun.
  901. But, for the first time, the emperor was defined within the law limit.
  902. But, he didn't take apprentices or establish a new group in the literary world like Soseki NATSUME who was also a professor like him.
  903. But, he died suddenly in April 689.
  904. But, he used a white fundoshi loincloth as underwear to cover his privates, even though he was a big-boned samurai warrior from Mikawa Province.
  905. But, he was also concerned that people were still not psychologically independent even though the promulgation of the constitution and public's participation in politics were realized, and stated as below:
  906. But, he was saved by a reinforcement dispatched by Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA.
  907. But, his grandfather, Kintsune who was a Kanto moshitsugi (a liaison with the east), held greater power than Michiie, thus he was assigned to serve as a Kanpaku (a chief advisor to the Emperor) at Kintsune's recommendation in 1242 when Emperor Gosaga ascended the throne.
  908. But, his often-ailing mother died when the Prince was three years old because of jealousy and bullying from the other consorts and intimates.
  909. But, if such sake is warmed to so-called hitohadakan (literally, temperature of human skin) or drinking temperature, such taste, fragrance, etc. the taste awakens like flower petals opening slowly.
  910. But, if the inside of the butsudan is dark, remove the mokuro (Japanese tallow) from the tsurukameshokudai (candle stand) and light a Japanese candle instead.
  911. But, if the temporary unification of Emperor Go-Murakami in the Shohei unification during the Civil war of Kanno is counted, then Emperor Go-Komatsu is the 100th emperor.
  912. But, in 1518, the Hosokawa family split again, as Yoshioki OUCHI returned to Suo Province.
  913. But, in 720, the compilation of the code was once suspended by the death of Fuhito. (However, there were still some attempts to revise it after that, and some study suggests that the finally established code reflected the results of those revisionary projects.)
  914. But, in February 1334, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and was appointed as Naidaijin (minister) in the following year.
  915. But, in fact, the emperor and the administrative department had never used their veto to reject law bills adopted by the Imperial Diet, so practically the Imperial Diet was the only one legislative organ.
  916. But, in fact, there were few cases that the agency functioned well because of the Daijokan's supreme power to control all the departments in the ancient court.
  917. But, in reality, even after the demise of its missions to Tang China, Japan had active relations with other countries and many aspects of Chinese learning and culture were introduced.
  918. But, in reality, the monopoly by kabunakama was losing substance due to the development of rural industry and the rise of emerging merchants both in urban and rural areas.
  919. But, in the Heian period, it changed to a word to express modesty for 'ori ' (to exist) and further into an auxiliary verb that expresses politeness.
  920. But, in the West too, people may take off their shoes depending on the region and the individual home.
  921. But, in western culture, there is no word corresponding to baito, so this is considered to be the system unique to the Orient (baito system).
  922. But, it is another difficulty of that theory that mirrors during the Later Han Dynasty unearthed at a Yayoi Period site in northern Kyushu are dated mainly from the 1st century according to both the circumstances of the archaeological dig and written records in China - not as late as Himiko's era.
  923. But, it is believed to be edited originally since some Daijokanpu and imperial decrees are not included in "Ruiju fusensho".
  924. But, it is difficult to rely only on such explanation to account for everything, as discussed later.
  925. But, it is required to be looking up at the honzon when doing the shomyo nenbutsu at the beginning and the end of a raihai.
  926. But, it remained as the customs to generally call the emperors' daughters Himemiko, which became to be often used to refer to their relationship with the emperors as the first Himemiko, second Himemiko.
  927. But, it was discontinued.
  928. But, lasting disagreement among cabinet members and unstable Diet management forced him to resign in a little over a year.
  929. But, later Sakutan Toji that did not occur at the beginning of a chapter also came to be celebrated.
  930. But, later in the year of 809, another Sho (Mikotonori, or an Emperor's edict) was proclaimed to adjust details of necessary service days of civil officers to those of various guards and also set new rules on initial salaries of new comers.
  931. But, later, Kumaraju (one of the greatest Chinese translators of original sutra into Chinese) retranslated this to "Myohorenge-kyo."
  932. But, monk-Prince Kogen's request to stop the attack on the east was strongly rejected by Prince Taruhito.
  933. But, often being troubled with rebellions by powerful families in Echigo Province, Kenshin as well as Shingen could not escape from the leader of the alliance among powerful local lords in the province.
  934. But, on January 24, 1455, during the night when Kagenaka stayed at the Goryo-gu shrine for prayer, Noritada was killed by the troop of Shigeuji at Shigeuji's residence.
  935. But, on the Keihan Uji Bus, it is called 'Uji-Okubo-Yodo Line' when it goes through Okubo.
  936. But, once Enomoto read it, he was delighted saying 'This is a useful description. We can take it in any way'.
  937. But, one of the children, seeing Ogai's self-satisfied expression, noticed the dark green badge on his collar and shouted, 'What's that? He's just an army surgeon,' then the other children shouted 'Ooh, he's just an army surgeon,' and ran away.
  938. But, part of the revision made by him has remained intact as seen in the verse of 'Kamiuta' such that 'dodo tarari' has been changed to a clear sound 'toto tarari.'
  939. But, partly because of the death of Yoshizumi from illness during the battle, Sumimoto suffered a major loss in the face of a countercharge by Yoshioki OUCHI; consequently Masakata was killed in action, and Sumimoto fled to Settsu.
  940. But, people have not openly talked about this because of their custom to hold menstruants in detestation as a disgrace.
  941. But, people say there are different paths and more than one truth.'
  942. But, quite often, people leave them floating away because of costs for collection.
  943. But, she passed away on the same day.
  944. But, since internally rampant corruption and the worldwide Great Depression bogged the country down politically, it decided to revive the monarchy by a national referendum on November 3, 1935.
  945. But, since it had originally been no more than simplified formal wear, people of traditional religions and arts of performance do not necessarily consider Montsuki Haori Hakama formal.
  946. But, since the latter half of 1960s, both routes became more active than ever in improving their services.
  947. But, some people object to this view.
  948. But, soon he conflicted with Motonaga and killed him in Sakai in 1532 by inciting the Ikko-Ikki Riots in cooperation with Sho'nyo HONGANJI and Nagamasa KIZAWA.
  949. But, the Kamakura bakufu, which was originally a military organization, had neither an adequate system for judicial machinery nor environment in which to create it, and thus had a limited capacity to handle lawsuits and imposed heavy economic burdens on both parties to a suit.
  950. But, the Maeda force did not accept it, because they lost a lot of soldiers and they rushed into the castle out of revenge.
  951. But, the Mar?a Luz Incident or the Taiwan expedition increased the necessity of the ratification, so Taneomi SOEJIMA, a Chief of Foreign Ministry who had visited Qing to deal with the sequential issues exchanged the instruments of ratification which came into effect on April 30, 1873.
  952. But, the Mikawa-Matsui clan (Yasuchika MATSUDAIRA line) became Fudai daimyo (hereditary feudal lord), maybe because of this, they are not addressed as families of Tameyoshi of the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) in "Kansei Choshushokafu."
  953. But, the Miyoshi army had no additional energies to fight more wars, and the Miyoshi army and other anti-Oda forces reached a reconciliation arrangement with Nobunaga in November of the same year.
  954. But, the allied forces suffered a large casualties and faced an uphill battle because of the strong defense by the Japanese army including Kiyomasa KATO who hurried to enter the castle.
  955. But, the army of Prince Ohatsuse (Ohatsuse no Miko; later, he became the Emperor Yuryaku) attacked them.
  956. But, the company was dissolved in May 1933 due to poor management capability and was absorbed into Shinko Cinema, closing a short-term life.
  957. But, the councilors Kido, Okubo, Okuma and Oki who were against the decision submitted resignation, and the situation was result in the Udaijin Iwakura also announced the resignation.
  958. But, the development of Mahayana Buddhism gave rise to the idea that it would take an excessive amount of time, almost endless, just to come closer to a Buddha, and that it would be impossible to ever become a Buddha.
  959. But, the draft that appeared in the newspaper was a draft written by a member of the Matsumoto committee, Toshiyoshi MIYAZAWA, and was different from the official Matsumoto draft.
  960. But, the farther the position becomes, the less amount of soot is obtained.
  961. But, the military service was a burden to Gokenin lords in any way.
  962. But, the new cars were preferentially directed to the metropolitan area where explosive demands for commuter trains are seen.
  963. But, the newly emerging devotees are positive, unlike their predecessors, in enjoying fundoshi loincloth for the first time even among the those who do not wear it.
  964. But, the origin is not quite clear.
  965. But, the truth was when one of Oku-jochu (maids working for the daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) of shogun family) was cooking tempura, she almost caught on fire.
  966. But, the use of the term such as 'Taisaku for energy savings' is not correct because it means 'Taisaku for preventing the implementation of energy savings.'
  967. But, their military strength was almost nil, and early in the 18th century there were only ten soldiers in the Nagasaki magistrate office and at the end of the Edo period only 30 soldiers in the Gojo magistrate's office.
  968. But, there were cases Ippon Shinno ascended the throne.
  969. But, they finally stole it near this bay.
  970. But, they never dispatched to Korea.
  971. But, this does not mean that no hibutsu are found within these temples: Zojo-ji Temple (Minato-ku Ward, Tokyo Prefecture), the main temple of the Jodo Sect, for example, treats the principal image of its Ankoku-den hall, the Amida Nyorai image (commonly known as Kuro-honzon) (literally, black principle image) as a hibutsu.
  972. But, this explanation is contradictory to the fact that the Okayama Domain assumed its policy of civilian control only after the retirement of the fifth lord, Harumasa IKEDA, known as an intellectual lord who had lived with Itto Soshitsu, and that Soshitsu had then already passed away at the time of Harumasa's retirement.
  973. But, this is a special service by a small bus, except for during the rush hour, for limited services on Route No. 21A from Keihan Yodo to Kintetsu Okubo and for its return from Kintetsu Okubo to Tai during week days.
  974. But, this view goes against the fact that Kogo Shui was written based upon a ruling of August 10.
  975. But, this was temporary, and in the mid Heian period, the On hakase became an honorary post assigned to scholars from the Nakahara clan and the Kiyohara clan which monopolized Myogyo-do.
  976. But, this was the agreement called "private wayo" which was made only between the parties involved and thus was not necessarily enforceable.
  977. But, through these two years, he could not harvest reasonable quantity due to their culms grown too long and fallen down to the ground.
  978. But, unlike zakko who were engaged in military-related technical work and listed in zakkoseki (family register for zakko) which was different from the general family register, shinabe were treated the same as ryomin (one of the two main castes of the ritsuryo system, meaning good citizens) by law.
  979. But, viewing it from the perspective that Saigo's activity was mostly based on the theory of legitimate reasons, his aggressive activity might have been inspired by Chu His, but it's not clear how much he was influenced by it.
  980. But, when Yoshisuke KUJO died in 1218, the Kujo family came to be led by Michiie KUJO, nephew of Yoshisuke and older brother of Noriie, (whose lawful wife was a cousin of Tameie, young parternal half-brother of Mitsuie), and this situation suppressed the positions of Noriie KUJO and Mitsuie who served him.
  981. But, when they eat non-native dishes such as pasta, they will not sip them, nor make any sipping sound, nor will they uphold a plate.
  982. Buta or butabara: boned ribs of pork
  983. Butai karakuri (karakuri theater)
  984. Butajiru
  985. Butajiru (Tonjiru) is a Japanese cuisine that is prepared by stewing pork and vegetables with miso (bean paste).
  986. Butajiru: Western Japan and Hokkaido
  987. Butbat(butsubachi)
  988. Butcher
  989. Butler
  990. Buto
  991. Butoku Kai and the Ministry of Education held various talks, but eventually they recognized that dissolution was unavoidable and so ultimately decided on dissolution.
  992. Butoku Kai tried to spread and enforce it nationwide, but this 'intermediate compromise' raised many opinions pro and con from the Kyudo world, and a major debate emerged in magazines and newspapers, eventually mocking it a 'Nue-mato shaho (slippery art of shooting an arrow).'
  993. Butokuden
  994. Butokuden in Kyoto City (in Kyoto City and built in 1899)
  995. Butokuden is one of the palace buildings that used be in Daidairi (the Greater Imperial Palace including the government buildings) in the Heian period.
  996. Butsu Nehan-zu (painting of Buddha nirvana)(Koyasan Kongobu-ji Temple)
  997. Butsu-den (Buddha hall)
  998. Butsu-den (Buddha hall) (Important Cultural Property) - Constructed in 1665 using a donation from wealthy Kyoto merchant Joyu NAWA.
  999. Butsu-den (Buddha hall) (Important Cultural Property) - Reconstructed with the assistance of Ietsuna TOKUGAWA in 1668.
  1000. Butsu-den (Buddha hall) (including Meigetsu-bashi Bridge)

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