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  1. Butsubachi (Buddha's punishment)
  2. Butsubachi does not mean punishment given by another person in reality, but the event which is revealed in one's real life as objective evidence caused by the violation of Slander of the True Dharma, that is, Hobo.
  3. Butsudan (Buddhist Alter)
  4. Butsudan (Buddhist alter)
  5. Butsudan for Pets
  6. Butsudan for the family of a resident priest of a temple is specially called 'Onaibutsu' (literally, 'indoor Buddha').
  7. Butsudan is a permanent miniature temple in an ordinary house to enshrine Buddha as well as an alter to enshrine the dead of the family.
  8. Butsudan is also called 'Onaibutsu' (literally, indoor Buddha) when it must be especially distinguished from that in a broad sense.
  9. Butsudan is classified into three main types, i.e. kin butsudan (golden alters), karaki butsudan (rare foreign wood altars) and kagucho butsudan (furniture style altars) (details of which are to be referred to the respective sections).
  10. Butsudan is equipped with a door.
  11. Butsudan of Nichiren Sho Sect (Taiseki-ji Temple) is quite different in configuration from those of other sects, since it is equipped with a door copied from zushi, while, recently, many assembled zushi-type butsudan can be seen.
  12. Butsudan to worship pets are separately arranged.
  13. Butsudan was made in imitation of the head temple of the respective sect, which paved the way for the current kin butsudan.
  14. Butsudan with a double tiled roof (palace) made in imitation of Daishi-do hall of Higashi Hongan-ji temple, with black lacquered pillars (palace and outer pillars) made in imitation of Amidado hall of the same temple, and with vermillion lacquered balustrades with gilded ornamental railing tops.
  15. Butsudan with a single gabled roof (palace) and gilded pillars (palace and outer pillars), both made in imitation of Amidado hall of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple
  16. Butsuden (Buddha hall) (including hallway)
  17. Butsuden (Buddha hall) - Newer than the other halls, having been built in 1827.
  18. Butsuden (Buddha hall) of Fusai-ji Temple [Nantan City]
  19. Butsuden (Buddhist sanctum) of Sennyu-ji Temple
  20. Butsudo 'Buddha Hall'
  21. Butsugen Shu
  22. Butsugenbutsumo
  23. Butsugenbutsumo is also interpreted as a form of tathagata known as Taizokai Dainichi Nyorai being attained a state of deep meditation known as Kongokai Gachirin Sanmai, and is considered very closely related with Ichijikinrinbuccho, a deified mantra 'bhruum'.
  24. Butsugenbutsumo, buddhalocanii in Sanskrit, is a form of Buddha that is worshiped in Buddhism, especially in esoteric Buddhism.
  25. Butsugu Commonly Used Among All Sects
  26. Butsugu Only for the Other Sects than Jodo Shinshu and its Linage
  27. Butsugu only for Jodo Shinshu and its Lineage
  28. Butsugu used by Jodo Shinshu Sect and its lineage are black-lacquered in the blue range, while those used by other sects are vermillion-lacquered in the vermillion range.
  29. Butsugyo-ji Temple
  30. Butsumetsu
  31. Butsumetsu (lit. Buddha's death; the unluckiest day in the six-day cycle)
  32. Butsunichifusho kokushi (佛日普照国師): Chinul (1158 -1210) was the patriarch of the Jogye Order and founded Jeonghyesa.
  33. Butsuryu Sect was the one that first carried out the abandonment of charms, notes or statues of different sects or religions, and the exorcism of Hobo (the greatest punishment in Buddhism); thus its missionary methods became a reason to trigger the Otsu Attacks in the early years of Meiji.
  34. Butsuryu-ji Temple
  35. Butsuryu-ji is a temple belonging to the Murou-ji School of the Shingon sect of Buddhism, and is located in Akabane in Haibara-cho, Uda City, Nara Prefecture.
  36. Butsuzen or Gobutsuzen (offerings placed before the Buddha or mortuary tablets)
  37. Butsuzo ha Kataru (Buddhist Statues Speak)
  38. Butsuzo no Koe (Voices of Buddhist Statues)
  39. Butsuzo no Miwakekata (How to Identify Buddhist Statues)
  40. Butsuzo no Saihakken (Re-discovery of Buddhist Statues)
  41. Butsuzo-chokoku no susume (Introduction of Buddhist Sculpture) (volume 1 and 2)
  42. Butsuzokyo (The Buddha Repository Sutra)
  43. Butter
  44. Butterfly a squid such as yariika (Loligo bleekeri), kensakiika (Loligo edulis) or surumeika (Tdoradodes pacificus) leaving the tentacles intact, remove entrails and eyes and pierce the body and tentacles together with bamboo skewers so that the body stays flat.
  45. Butterfly the fish along either the belly or back, clean and rinse in water.
  46. Buttetsu
  47. Buttetsu (year of birth and death are unkown) was a priest from a foreign country in the Nara period.
  48. Buttetsu (仏哲) was also written as '仏徹.'
  49. Buttetsu taught some dance performances including 'Bosatsu' and 'Bato,' and 'Rinyugaku' (Indian music for dance later developed as a gagaku [Japanese court dance and music]).
  50. Butto (Pagoda)
  51. Butto-koji Juhasson
  52. Buttsu-ji sect
  53. Buttsuke Ochi
  54. Buxbaumia aphylla (Bryophytes)
  55. Buyaku
  56. Buyaku refers to labor allocation imposed on subjects by each ruler in Japanese history.
  57. Buyeo PUNG: a brother of Zenko who was held as a hostage with his brother in Japan, yet later returned with a former Baekje retainer, Fukushin KISHITSU.
  58. Buyeo Pung
  59. Buyeo Pung (years of birth and death unknown) was the prince of the last King Uija of Paekche (reign AD 641 to AD 660).
  60. Buyeo Pung was the transcription in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), in "Samguk Sagi" (History of the Three Kingdoms), it was Yeo Pung, and in "Jiu Tang Shu" (Old Tang History), it was Yeo Pung.
  61. Buyo (Japanese traditional dance) roles include Sekimori Sekibei in "Tsumoru Koi Yuki no seki no To" ("Seki no To").
  62. Buyo for Minyo, etc.
  63. Buyo is originally a coined word created by Shoyo TSUBOUCHI and Genichiro FUKUCHI by merging two terms referring to Japanese dances 'mai (a formal traditional Japanese dance)' and 'odori (dancing or dance).'
  64. Buzan-ha and Chisan-ha
  65. Buzen (the administrator of Imperial Table Office) and Kami.
  66. Buzen Province
  67. Buzen Province: Domains of Toyotsu, Chizuka and Nakatsu
  68. Buzen and Bungo Provinces
  69. By "setting the hereditary property," kazoku could have the protection to maintain the family status, and no third party was allowed to mortgage or pledge it.
  70. By 1037, she was married again to Togu Gonnotaijo TAKASHINA no Nariakira, and in 1038 she gave birth to TAKASHINA no Tameie.
  71. By 1147, he was permitted nai-shoden (to be admitted to the inner Court) by the recommendation of Yorinaga, and by 1151, by order of Yorinaga, he also burned down a ryotei (inn or hotel) in Settsu Province which belonged to MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi, who was also a Kenin (retainers) of Yorinaga.
  72. By 1191, he was raised to Ajari (a master in esoteric Buddhism; a high priest) and in his later years Hokkyo (the third highest rank for Buddhist priests) was conferred on him.
  73. By 1338 the Southern Court faction had seen its military leaders, including Nagatoshi NAWA, Chikamitsu YUKI, and Tadaaki CHIGUSA, and in addition Akiie KITABATAKE and Yoshisada NITTA, die in battle one after the other, and were overwhelmingly outmatched militarily by the Northern Court faction.
  74. By 1580, his area under control expanded to Miwa and Owari Provinces since Nobumori SAKUMA who had controlled the southern territory of Owari Province was sent into exile.
  75. By 1601, he transferred to collegio in Macao to study advanced course on theology (Miguel CHIJIWA withdrew at this point).
  76. By 1601, he transferred to collegio in Macao to study advanced course on theology.
  77. By 1718 they were officially recognized as 'kabunakama' (a merchant guild) with a member population of over 600.
  78. By 1730, it was renamed as goyomai to distinguish it from jomai which means the annual rice tax of dominion under direct control of the bakufu.
  79. By 1878 all government-established normal schools excluding Tokyo Normal School and Tokyo Women's Normal School were transferred to their prefectures.
  80. By 1888, villages which had been a part of Otagi County were integrated into Kamigyo Ward.
  81. By 1898, the first attempt to cultivate Phyllosoma of Ise ebi was conducted.
  82. By 1899, the Kyoto Electric Railway, which had worked to construct a railway connecting Kyoto and Maizuru City, completed the Kyoto - Sonobe section.
  83. By 1905 she had toured Germany, Turkey, England, and so on.
  84. By 1909 her troupe had toured America, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Russia, Bulgaria, Austria, and so on.
  85. By 1931, Yamashina town, Uji County which was in the east of Higashiyama Ward was integrated, but that very area was split off in 1976 and became Yamashina Ward.
  86. By 1945 one hundred and seven post offices were established.
  87. By 1947, it was the holiday called "shunkikoreisai" (imperial ceremony of ancestor worship formerly held on the vernal equinox).
  88. By 2006, there were already more than 100 creative Japanese drum pieces, and new ones are being announced continuously, with more than 50 groups playing them.
  89. By 6th century, Keiko had replaced them and Tanko made after that were not unearthed.
  90. By Aiko KITAHARA "Kurayami kara Hijikata Toshizo Ibun" ISBN 440853241X.
  91. By Aiko KITAHARA "Toshizo karano Dengon" ISBN 4062748304.
  92. By Attorney General Itaru MATSUMURO, Deputy Chief Prosecutor of Daishin-in Kiichiro HIRANUMA, and Chief Public Prosecutor of Kobe district court attorney's office Matsukichi KOYAMA, the case was made up and trials and executions were carried out at an unprecedented speed.
  93. By Aya KANNO "Hokusou Shinsengumi"- of the short comics included in this book, "Junbaku" has Toshizo HIJIKATA as the main character, and describes his relationship with Keisuke OTORI, who served as the General of the Army.
  94. By Azumahito's confession, people, including Naramaro, Funado no Okimi, Prince Kibumi, OTOMO no Komaro, TAJIHI no Koshikai, and KAMO no Tsunotari, who were considered to be members of the rebellion were immediately arrested and tortured by Nagate and others.
  95. By Bakufu law, a samurai family with the head under the age of 17 could not adopt a child, so if the young head of the family had critical illness or died unexpectedly, the family faced the possibility of ending its line without an heir.
  96. By Buddhist Image
  97. By Bus
  98. By Buson YOSA
  99. By Car
  100. By Car:
  101. By Car: National Route 166
  102. By December 19, Yoshimitsu had advanced as far as Hachiman, where he met up with the main force of 30,000 riders, led by the kanrei Motokuni HATAKEYAMA and former kanrei Yoshimasa SHIBA, and then they all proceeded towards Izumi Province together.
  103. By Genji's order, Koremitsu reluctantly complied with her entering service at the court.
  104. By Hidetsugu's death, the dual government was dissolved and the Toyotomi administration was unified again under Hideyoshi, however, the head family of TOYOTOMI lost the post of Kanpaku, by which the government could justify itself.
  105. By Hieizan Drive Bus or Hieizan Shuttle Bus.
  106. By Hitoshi YOSHIOKA "Toshizo HIJIKATA on Mars" (Asahi Sonorama) - A SF novel which tells the adventures of Toshizo HIJIKATA, after he died in Hakodate and is reborn on Mars in "Mars Series" of Edgar Rice Burroughs.
  107. By Human Resources Development Promotion Act, it is prohibited that anyone except licensed brewers calls oneself a licensed brewer.
  108. By Imperial order he was buried at Text Valley (文谷) of West Qinling (西秦陵) in Fenzhou.
  109. By Iwao MATSUMURA, "Shinsengumi Kumicho Serizawa Kamo" (included in "Shinsengumi Jinbutsushi", published by Kawade Shobo Shinsa, 2003, ISBN 4309976611).
  110. By January 23 of the same year, the Kyoto Line, Takarazuka Line and a part of the Kobe Line restarted their operations.
  111. By January 31, when Shinzei committed suicide, Nobuyori, having secured the persons of both Emperor Nijo and Retired Emperor Goshirakawa inside the palace and seized political power, next convened a Rinji jimoku (special promotions session).
  112. By Juko MURATA, who was considered to be the founder of tea ceremony, the tea ceremony at yojohan zashiki was widespread.
  113. By July 1920, the numbers of councilors in each group were: 143 Kenkyukai, 65 Koseikai, 48 Sawakai, 44 Koyukurabu, 30 Doseikai, 67 independent - a total of 397.
  114. By June 1565, he was in Kyoto and attended a waka gathering held at the residence of Kimitomo SANJO however he died within the same year.
  115. By Kano AKIYAMA "Toshizo Yukite Mata" Year 2002, ISBN 4835537459.
  116. By Kenji MORITA "Getsumei Seiki - Sayonara Shinsengumi".
  117. By Kenzo KITAKATA "Kokuryu no Hitsugi" Year 2002, Book 1 ISBN 4620106607, Book 2 ISBN 4620106615.
  118. By Ko AKIZUKI "Seishun Shinsengumi BARAGAKI !".
  119. By Manabu OISHI, Shinsengumi - "Saigo no Bushi" no Jitsuzo, published by Chuo-Koron Shinsa, Inc. (Chuko Shinsho), 2004, ISBN 4121017730.
  120. By March 13, 2008, the following 572 entities have been selected.
  121. By March 1528 he had entered the priesthood and identified himself as Zenpo, and seemed to let his legitimate son Ujiaki KONPARU take over the position of Daibu.
  122. By Masato MIYACHI, "Shinsengumi's Place in History", published by Iwanami Shoten, 2004, ISBN 4000025317.
  123. By Mikiya MOCHIZUKI "Ore no Shinsengumi"
  124. By Minori HAGIO "Sange ・Hijikata Toshizo" Year 1989, ISBN 4829110686
  125. By Misaki SAITO "Hinatano Ookami".
  126. By Mitsukane ASHIKAGA, who was Kamakura kubo, yakata-go titles were awarded to various dominant shugo in the Kanto region.
  127. By Miyoko OUCHI "Hijikata Toshizo".
  128. By Muromachi Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA's command, Tsunemoto assisted Koretoyo YAMANA in holding off these samurai in Bingo Province.
  129. By Nara Kotsu Bus (for Izumihara-cho) from Kintetsu Kashihara Line Kintetsu Koriyama Station; 40-minute walk from 'Izumihara-cho' busstop
  130. By Nara Kotsu Bus (for Yadayama) from (JR) Yamatoji Line Yamato-Koizumi Station; 30-minute walk from 'Matsuo-dera guchi' busstop
  131. By Niki HIROSE "Hijikata Toshizo Sange" Year 1982, ISBN 4872701364
  132. By Nobunaga's lightning attack, the Asakura army was convincingly defeated and chased away out of the fort.
  133. By November the eggs are even more mature.
  134. By Omoikane (the god of wisdom and talent)'s order, he raised hemp and weaved Aonigite (blue fabric to hang on a branch of sakaki to put it on the altar).
  135. By Prince Mochihito's order he raised an army, named [Mochihito's] bereaved son Prince Hokuriku who ran away from the capital and supported him; he reached Kyoto after defeating a vast force of the Heike clan at the Battle of Kurikara-toge.
  136. By Rei MATSUURA "Shinsen-gumi", published by Iwanami Shoten (Iwanami Shinsho), 2003, ISBN 4004308550.
  137. By Riichi NAKABA "Baragaki - Hijikata Toshizo Seishun-fu" Year 2000, ISBN 4062738678 (the ISBN is for pocket book version).
  138. By Ryoo's will, from his inheritance 500 Ryo was donated to several temples and shrines, such as the Shishirin, Bukkoku-ji Temple, Hoon-in Temple, and the Jitoku-in Temple.
  139. By Ryotaro SHIBA "Moeyo Ken".
  140. By SUGAWARA no Michizane: 'At the present time, the hei too do not join hands, at Tamukeyama Hachiman-gu Shrine, a brocade of crimson leaves, here along with the gods' (in the Kokin wakashu)
  141. By Sachihiko KIMURA, "Shinsengumi Nikki", published by PHP Institute, Inc., 2003, ISBN 4569630081.
  142. By Sect
  143. By Shotaro IKENAMI "Iro" (included in his book of short stories, "Honoo no Bushi").
  144. By Tadazane having his own daughter Kunshi as consort to Retired Emperor Toba, his alliance with the Retired Emperor would be seen by all.
  145. By Taiho Ritsuryo (701), Dazai-fu in Kyushu was established as a government agency, but other Dazai were abolished, so it is correct to think that 'Dazai-fu' in general refers to the one in Kyushu.
  146. By Takeshi KANDA "Kitano Shishi Shinsetsu Hijikata Taizo den"- is focused on Hakodate War.
  147. By Taxi Jidosha Kabushikigaisha.
  148. By Train
  149. By Train and on Foot
  150. By Train; Takada-shi Station of the Kintetsu Minamiosaka Line, Kinki Nippon Railway
  151. By World Geodetic System
  152. By Yu ASAKURA, Shinsengumi Mito-ha Dokuhon - Shinsengumi o Tsukutta Otoko/Shinsengumi Dokuhon - Taishi Gaiden (all published by Tamatsukuri Sightseeing Association).
  153. By a Kebutsu (small Buddha statue) of Amida on her hokan, the statue is identified as a Kannon Bosatsu.
  154. By a curious coincidence, Okubo was assassinated in the same year, which led Okuma, who became the head Councilor, to run the government in cooperation with Hirobumi ITO, who succeeded the post of Secretary of Interior from Okubo, with Tomomi IWAKURA as the Minister of the Right.
  155. By a revision of the timetable on May 10, 2000, services of Keihan Uji Kotsu on this route under the control of its Tanabe Office closed so, Uji-Yodo Route via Okubo again became operated only by two bus companies.
  156. By a schedule revision made on March 15, 2008, three Rapid Service trains were established to run on weekday mornings from Kashiwara, originally a way station, to JR Nanba.
  157. By a strange coincidence, his friend and Doshin-kumigashira (head of a police constable) Ibaraki gave him more details of Yukiyasu's treatments, then he felt something and soon went to Wakayama to meet Yukiyasu, and he eventually took the oath and became Yukiyasu's pupil.
  158. By a timetable revision made in March of 2006, the Yamanobenomichi Leisure was set to only depart from JR Nanba, but after another revision made in March of 2007, a few runs departing from Osaka were also established.
  159. By accident, Kanpei realizes that the robber has a wallet with a large sum of money inside, and he takes the wallet.
  160. By accident, NHK was recording the performance, so the complete Yamakawa chari has been kept in NHK record library as well.
  161. By accumulating good deeds, they hope to go to gokuraku jodo.
  162. By adding hot water, it became hot-and-sweet soymilk that's enjoyed as a morning beverage.
  163. By adding steamed rice to the above-mentioned interim product, the preparation of sake mash-making is complete.
  164. By adding the dried powder to the dishes last, the tongue gets the uniquely electrifying flavor sensation characteristic of Szechuan food.
  165. By adding the rice and rice malt in several batches, curb the influence of high sugar and alcohol contents on yeast, enabling the production of high alcohol sake (brewage).
  166. By adhering to these rules the storyteller attracts the attention of the audience to his or her art of narration.
  167. By adopting a policy of reconciliation towards the people in this way, YAMAMOTO intended to stabilize the political situation).
  168. By agreeing to relinquish several castles to Hideyoshi, Yoshihisa, gained assurances from Hideyoshi that the Shimazu clan would have dominion over Satsuma and Osumi Provinces and Morokata-gun, Hyuga Province.
  169. By aligning himself with the Satsuma clan, he successfully made the han change their goal, which was to overthrow the shogunate.
  170. By an actual measured value of the fundo, 1 ryo in the Edo period was around 37.46 to 37.47 grams.
  171. By an obituary article which appears later, it was confirmed that OKIDA no Wakaomi worked as Hyoe (an palace guard).
  172. By an order of the bakufu in 1792, he was summoned to Edo with Kinaki OOGIMACHI, a buke tenso (liaison officers between the imperial court and the samurai family).
  173. By and large these books were produced by artists such as Kiyomitsu TORII and Kiyoharu KONDO.
  174. By and large, the shapes of juzu beads are categorized into the following three kinds.
  175. By appearing friendly, the Kingdom was able to avoid falling under military control, although Ryukyu was still used as a relay point during Perry's voyage to Japan.
  176. By applying the theory of poems in Chinese that is a fundamentally different language to Japanese and its poems, however, some "unreasonableness" was inevitable.
  177. By appointing HEGURI no Matori as an Oomi, and OTOMO no Muroya and MONONOBE no Me as Omuraji (Oomi and Omuraji are high ranking titles), Ohatsuse no Wakatakeru no Okimi (the Emperor Yuryaku) established a tyrannical government with military power.
  178. By area
  179. By around the 1980s, conveyor belt-using and takeout sushi shops were successful nationwide, which made sushi accessible to ordinary people once again.
  180. By around the end of 1572 at latest, Kennyo secretly formed an alliance with Shingen TAKEDA and the Mori clan with the aim of attacking Nobunaga from both east and west sides.
  181. By around this time, the Kawasaki Castle had been completed, and he made the Kawasaki Castle a castle of a daimyo (feudal lord).
  182. By association, the phrase 'mokke no saiwai' originally means that an unexpected luck is the one brought by mononoke (obake).
  183. By back calculating this formula, the following formula is obtained.
  184. By becoming a priest, Kazan was automatically considered to have abdicated.
  185. By becoming the Shogun as a favor to others he aimed to manipulate politics to his advantage.
  186. By becoming the adopted daughter of Yoshitaka OUCHI, she married Takamoto, who was a powerful hikan (low-level bureaucrat) of that time and the legal son of Motonari MORI, who was the kokujin ryoshu (local samurai lord) of Aki Province.
  187. By being allowed the use of Nurigoshi, the Shugo and Shugodai alike, had their own authority as influential warriors recognized.
  188. By being associated with the Chinese evil women, Dakki and Hoji, the monster Tamamo no Mae became a white-faced, gold-haired, and nine-tailed fox whose story originated in India and was transmitted to China and finally to Japan; therefore, the impression was established that she was an evil monster known around the world.
  189. By boiling somen after deep-frying it, you can enjoy the flavor like Yifu noodles (egg noodle, referred to as "yi mien" in Taiwan) in Guangzhou City, China.
  190. By breaking an incense stick, burning time can be shortened and the risk of fire can also be reduced.
  191. By breaking off the boards of the road, Akamaro and others turned them into shields and erected them at the intersection.
  192. By breathing in sync with the opponent to maintain the contact point, one leads the opponent's center of gravity and posture in the direction needed for it to collapse via the contact point.
  193. By bringing 菖蒲 (pronounced "shobu") (iris) and '尚武' (pronounced "shobu") (martial spirit) together, it became the annual event in which to pray for a male child's success and longer fortune of war among samurai families.
  194. By building up circumstantial evidences irrespective of traditions, a commander called Nobutane HARADA emerges.
  195. By bus
  196. By bus:
  197. By bus: From Fukuchiyama Station on the JR West Fukuchiyama Line, take West Japan JR Bus and get off after about thirty minutes at 'Shitanodan' bus stop, from which it is approximately three minutes on foot.
  198. By bus: From Shimoichiguchi Station, Kintetsu Yoshino Line of Kinki Nippon Railway Company, about one hour ride by Nara Kotsu Bus, get off at 'Dorogawa onsen.'
  199. By bus: It takes about one hour by Nara Kotsu Bus from Kinki Nippon Railway Company Kintetsu Yoshino line Shimoichiguchi station.
  200. By bus: Take Kano line of Hikonekanko Bus from JR Inae Station or Toyosato Station on Ohmi Railway (only weekday)
  201. By bus: Take Nara Kotsu Bus Lines (Yagi-Shingu Route, Totsukawa Route) from Yamato-Yagi Station of the Kinki Nippon Railway Company, Gojo Station of the West Japan Railway Company (Nara Prefecture), or JR Singu Station and get off the bus at the bus stop, `Totsukawa Onsen Hot Spring.'
  202. By bus: Take Nara Kotsu Bus Lines (Yagi-Shingu Route, Totsukawa Route) from Yamato-Yagi Station of the Kinki Nippon Railway Company, Gojo Station of the West Japan Railway Company, or JR Singu Station, and get off the bus at the bus stop, `Totsukawa-mura Office.'
  203. By bus: take Kyoto City Bus route 5, north 8 or 65, or Kyoto Bus route 55 or route 18, and get off at 'Ichijoji Sagarimatsucho' bus stop; it is approximately 300 meters to the east.
  204. By car
  205. By car or motorcycle
  206. By car:
  207. By car: 15 minutes drive via Route 307 from Yokaichi Interchange of Meishin Expressway, or 20 minutes from Hikone Interchange
  208. By car: A drive of approximately fifteen minutes on National Route 9 heading for Kyoto City from Fukuchiyama Interchange on the Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway.
  209. By car: Approximately a 35 minute drive from the Hikone interchange; a 25 minute drive from the Yokaichi interchange; a 20 minute drive from Ryuo Interchange off the Meishin Expressway
  210. By car: From National Route 309, take the Ominesan Park Road of Nara Prefectural Route 21 at Kawai Intersection for Dorogawa just after passing through Shinkawai Tunnel (refer to the map of Tenkawa Village).
  211. By car: Go through National Route 24 and 309 from Nishimeihan Jidoshado Expressway Koriyama Interchange (Nara Prefecture), and then take National Route 169 from Oyodo Town toward Kumano.
  212. By car: Go through National Route 369 and 166 at Meihan Kokudo Hari Interchange,
  213. By car: Kyoto and Osaka Prefectural Road No. 79, Fushimi Yanagidani Takatsuki Route (caution is required when merging and separating on both the Nagaokakyo City side and Shimamoto-cho side); a parking lot is available.
  214. By car: Take National Route 168 from Gojo City or Singu City, or take Ryujin-Totsukawa Route of Nara Prefectural Road, via National Route 425 from Hiraya Warabio, Totsukawa-mura village (Warabio intersection).
  215. By car: Take National Route 168 from the Central part of Gojo City (Honjin Crossing: the point of intersection of National Route 24, 118 and 310) and go south toward Totsu-kawa River.
  216. By car: Take National Route 309, and just after passing through Shinkawai Tunnel, take Nara Prefectural Road NO. 53 Koya Tenkawa Line from Kawai Crossing toward Nishiyoshino.
  217. By car: Take National route 168 from Gojo City or Singu City
  218. By car: Take National route 168 from Gojo City or Singu City.
  219. By car: a few parking areas are available close to the gate.
  220. By car: approximately 90 minutes from Nishimeihan Jidoshado Expressway Koriyama Interchange (Nara Prefecture).
  221. By carrying out training while enduring coldness, it aims not only to improve skills but also to discipline one's mind.
  222. By category
  223. By chance, Kanpei happens to be hunting nearby at the time, and he mistakes the robber for an inoshishi (a wild boar), shoots him and kills him.
  224. By changing 'ni' two (二) to 'san' three (三), the caricature is called a 'Tsurusanha OO mushi' ('つる三はOOむし' in Japanese).
  225. By changing the combination of holes covered, eleven chords called aitake can be produced.
  226. By changing the distance between the lips and blowing edge of the utaguchi, the pitch (tone) can be caused to change.
  227. By changing the nature of Sadakuro, Nakazo NAKAMURA the first changed the role of Sadakuro to the one that is to be played by a handsome actor.
  228. By collaborating with Michio MIYAGI and coming to hold the exclusive rights to publishing shakuhachi notation for MIYAGI's compositions, introducing a council system and the like, Tozan NAKANO established a centralized organization that grew to become the largest organization in the shakuhachi world.
  229. By combining two types of Musubi methods, relatively free wrappings can be done.
  230. By comparing the reconstructed ground plan shown below with others, factors setting the kaisho apart could be perhaps understood.
  231. By comparison, an empress's birthday is called chikyu setsu (it is paired as above-mentioned tencho chikyu), but even before the war, none of the empress's birthday has been determined as a national holiday.
  232. By comparison, drawings with Japanese themes were called 'Yamato-e.'
  233. By comparison, genen-umeboshi (low-salt umeboshi) and chomi-umeboshi have a much shorter shelf life and a very weak antiseptic effect.
  234. By comparison, the ryoke of Nitta no sho estate, FUJIWARA no Tadamasa is a Kugyo (top court official) who also approached TAIRA no Kiyomori and was promoted as high as the Daijo-daijin (grand minister of state).
  235. By comparison, this figure was a little over 15% in 1990.
  236. By conducting sojuikanjo, the emperor was identified with Dainichi Nyorai and obtained extremely high religious authority.
  237. By connecting the court rank with the official post (the official rank system), the court rank system placed the right person in the right post regardless of heredity or power, and also avoided the hereditary transfer of the official post.
  238. By contrast, 53 of the Kanto horsemen were killed.
  239. By contrast, Asatsune was transferred to the post of civil official after remaining in the same post for a long time and from this fact, it is gathered that the surrounding environment for Asatsune was gradually becoming severe.
  240. By contrast, Narihiro HACHISUKA, a biological son of the shogun, was adopted by tozama, and so remained his status.
  241. By contrast, Senko which emits more smoke and aroma is mainly used outdoors.
  242. By contrast, Yoshitomo, who was the eldest son of Tameyoshi and was based in the Kanto region, joined the army of the Emperor Goshirakawa, along with most of the samurai of the eastern regions.
  243. By contrast, high-grade products have not been affected so much since the quality of import products is inferior.
  244. By contrast, iron kanzashi, especially refined products of top craftsmen, were appreciated by geisha because of their mild gloss compared with silver products.
  245. By contrast, kenrei who used to be a retainer of bakufu, a former "enemy "of the Choshu domain, was dispatched to Yamaguchi Prefecture (former Choshu domain), and contributed to strengthening the influence of hanbatsu (domain clique) in local administration.
  246. By contrast, limited number of hot spring resorts, such as Baden-Baden and Spa, were places for bathing originally.
  247. By contrast, some of the succession to the Imperial Throne held by the Northern Court were not always legitimate.
  248. By contrast, the Taira clan had invested much of its political power in the Imperial Court, and had sought to rule through the court.
  249. By contrast, the gradual ones are prevalent in Europe, China and other areas.
  250. By contrast, this phenomenon was not seen in the Takeda and Imagawa clans, which had achieved ichien shihai (integrated rule over whole territory) when they were still in the stage of Shugo daimyo; nor was it seen in the Gohojo and Satomi clans which were a newly emerged foreign power.
  251. By contrast, until Yoritomo cousin MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka assumed the mantle of seii taishogun, the Minamoto clan had no claim at all to the title of seii taishogun.
  252. By convexly carving the Dharanis on a plate (whether the plate was of wood or metal is unclear), they were printed by casting a paper dyed from a Phellodendron amurense tree on top with a width of 4.5 cm and a length extending from 15 - 50 cm to prevent vermiculation.
  253. By counting backwards, the year of Emperor Kinmei's enthronement was 531, which corresponds to the 25th year of Emperor Keitai's rule in "Nihonshoki."
  254. By covering the knot of tsuka-ito (the cord wrapping on a sword hilt), tsuka-gashira prevents the knot from coming untied and helps to hide the visually not appealing knot.
  255. By creating a situation which blocked the Amago clan from control of the Iwami Silver Mine, they were able to take control of it.
  256. By declaring war against the German Empire, Japan, in no time after its entrance into war, captured and occupied the leased territory of Jiaozhou which Germany had gained from China in the Triple Intervention after the Sino-Japanese War, and the South Sea Islands which had been gained from Spain in the 19th century.
  257. By decreasing the proportion of soy bean miso and increasing the rice miso it is called by a different name 'awase miso' (blended miso).
  258. By defeating Mitsuhide at the Battle of Yamazaki on July 12, Hideyoshi practically became Nobunaga's successor.
  259. By defeating the Takeda Clan in May 1582, the power of the Oda Clan became huge with its territory ranging from the Kinai region (except Kii Province) through the Chubu region (except Echigo Province) to the east and the eastern part of the Chugoku region and a part of Shikoku in the west.
  260. By defining the rule of shiden in the code, emperors could intentionally provide farmland to a particular individual.
  261. By designating the articles as the 'Charter Oath of Five Articles,' he devised a ceremony in which Emperor Meiji and other nobles swore by God.
  262. By detecting such development, Naoteru together with Chiyosaburo WATANABE took counter measures of their own without consulting with the president of the Kitahama Bank Kiyochika IWASHITA who was then in Tokyo unbeknownst to a developing event.
  263. By devoting our thinking about the true purpose of the way to the Pure Land, we can see that Amida's instructions of virtue to sentient beings have two aspects:
  264. By diffusing the units, the weight of things can be known.'
  265. By doing noyaki, these transitions stop and the grassland is maintained.
  266. By doing so, Yasuda Mutual Life Insurance Co. postponed the Year 2000 problem for 40 years.
  267. By doing so, he was allegedly trying to bring back "military regime" style of Muromachi Shogunate, which had been once lost.
  268. By doing so, it indicates these meanings, first, the program is a presentation of the training result, and secondly, the actor is still lacking in experience and would like the audience to see the performance with the acknowledgment of that fact.
  269. By doing so, kensui, which is regarded to be low in the order, is to be treated as exceptionally important.
  270. By doing so, sauce can penetrate better and also the smell of the food can be removed.
  271. By doing so, the Binbo-gami, who came out of the house, lured by the scent of his favorite yakimiso, was believed to be trapped in the yakimiso.
  272. By doing so, the government intended to reduce disputes associated with the change of kokushi and improve the quality of kokushi's administration.
  273. By doing so, they monopolized the idea of salvation on the earth to be recognized as the sole monarch on the earth.
  274. By doing that, they become God's foods.'
  275. By doing this, he intended to stabilize the nation.
  276. By driving a nail into a sacred tree at Ushi no koku (midnight from 1 am to 3 am,) it was believed that the barrier between worlds would be broken and the evil-wreaking gods (devils and specters) would be summoned from the Tokoyo (eternal night kingdom of God), possessing the summoner and cursing whoever they hated.
  277. By early Meiji, Yumiire/Kyusha culture declined to the extent that the bow was often associated with gambling archery halls.
  278. By electrifying the line, residents' commuting and travelling can enjoy more convenience and the increase of tourists can be expected for Kasagi Station, Iga-Ueno Station and Seki Station (Mie Prefecture).
  279. By enforcement of municipal organization in 1889, Shizuoka City was formed by merger of one stage and 74 towns in Abe County and 50 towns in Udo County.
  280. By establishing the Giin and expanding the opportunity to discuss people's opinions, we would like to respect people's rights, and raise people's sprits, so the top and the bottom will work together, lords and vassals will respect each other; we also would like to keep our state developing and protect our happy, secure society.
  281. By establishment of the head family, the foundation of the KUMAGAI clan to accomplish his ambition during the Sengoku period (period of warring states) was completed.
  282. By evoking men's combative instinct, the festival could keep the young people from rampages.
  283. By extension of proficiency of the Samai dance
  284. By extension of the Umai dance
  285. By extension, 'becoming Tengu' means being excessively boastful.
  286. By extension, it meant things transcending people's power; subsequently, the image of a humanoid bringing harm to people became well established in legend.
  287. By extension, it refers to duties, such as tansen (a kind of provisional tax in medieval Japan), imposed on Shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lord as provincial constable) and each province by the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and duties imposed by the Shugo daimyo on their own territories.
  288. By extension, kurogo also mean persons who do backroom work.
  289. By extension, the religion and sects that have mystical and symbolic dharma, such as cabala, kabbalah and Booduism, other than Buddhism, are in some cases referred to as Mikkyo.
  290. By extension, the term has come to be used for one's duo partner in manzai (a comic dialogue), which has led some people to refer to their girlfriend/boyfriend by the term aikata.
  291. By extension, the two phrases are used metaphorically when a thing becomes useless because a good chance was missed.
  292. By facing with a large enemy troops, this will be the decisive battle to divide the fate.'
  293. By faculty
  294. By filling out the registration form and submit it to Student Support Services, they are approved as a registered group
  295. By first praying to invite the Binbo-gami into the house, and then worshipping it carefully on the 21st day which is the completion day of a vow to send it off, the connection with the Binbo-gami can be cut.
  296. By following Ieyasu, Masamune prioritized finding an opportunity to conquer the country in the future; he first aimed to retrieve his former territory by invading the land of the Uesugi clan, in order to acquire a total territory worth 1,000,000 koku with his own hands, which was the amount promised in the "Assurance of Hyakumangoku."
  297. By force, high-ranking soldiers got rid of the hanshi they did not like, and they set up the ones they supported as their hanshi, and they made the imperial court accept it.
  298. By forms, shoso are categorized into takakura (high-positioned warehouse supported with four pillars), maru-kura, and naga-kura (yoko-kura).
  299. By further extension, it became to refer the time allotted in programs of TV or radio, various events, and so on.
  300. By further extension, the word came to refer to the management of proceeds from shoryo.
  301. By further extension, when speaking of machine parts, 'aisho' is sometimes used to say if the combination of the parts is good or bad.
  302. By gathering water from samidare, Mogami-gawa River flows very quickly (Basho MATSUO)
  303. By grasping kangofu, the Muromachi bakufu placed the Japan-Ming trade under control and made it as a source of revenue.
  304. By having Toshihira, Geki (Secretary of the Grand Council of State) and Saemon no jo (third-ranked officer of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards), as a bugyo (magistrate), Honjo Shiro Saemon no jo Tokiie house was taken away.
  305. By having carried out the post to the end during the tempestuous period of the court, he built the foundation of the Kazanin family's future prosperity.
  306. By having tea and appreciating tea things with each another, and hosts and guests tried to harmonize.
  307. By having the support of power of Yoshinaka, he was able to promote his son, FUJIWARA no Moroie, as the Sessho and Naidaijin in November of the same year.
  308. By heating and scorching the bamboo with fire, the binding of cellulose, which is the main component of fiber and vascular bundles of the bamboo, becomes gradually stronger and transforms into a natural carbon based fiber with graphite in the end.
  309. By heating them slowly and indirectly, amylase (amylolytic enzyme) changes starch into glucose.
  310. By his achievement, Hongan-ji Temple rapidly developed and expanded, and came to be called Ikko Shu. (On the contrary, other sects of Shinshu went into decline.)
  311. By his death, the direct descendant of the Hirate clan came to an end.
  312. By hitting with kobushi-jishi, Ultimo purifies the subject.
  313. By imperial command in 963, he prayed for rain and allegedly made a Kizui (auspicious omen) occur.
  314. By implementing the chosei, Seika-mura became Seika-cho.
  315. By implementing the shisei (grant of city status), Muko-machi became Muko City and was separated from the gun (district) system.
  316. By implementing the shisei and changing its name, Nagaoka-cho became Nagaokakyo City and was separated from the gun system.
  317. By including rifling in the gun barrel, the accuracy of fire improved significantly, but it became difficult to load bullets as bullets needed to be pushed into the rifling.
  318. By incorporating the Utago - Shomyoichi - Agawa section and Shomyoichi - Senzaki section of the Mine Line as well as the whole of the Kogushi Line, the Kyoto - Hatabu section and Shomyoichi - Senzaki section became the Sanin Main Line.
  319. By increasing their purchasing power they hoped to strengthen the economy.
  320. By inputting this code, one can easily find the bus stop he/she is looking for.
  321. By intellectual understanding, it is impossible to clap with one hand and make a sound.
  322. By introducing various modifications such as Shamen-uchiokoshi (anchoring in a slanting position) into Chikurin school, which is Shomen-uchiokoshi (anchoring in front facing posture), Toshizane improved the shooting method and brought about a major impact to modern archery.
  323. By introduction of train series 207, Keihanshin Local Line could launch operation of 8-car trains together with 6-car train services that were resumed after a long time interval.
  324. By its military might it was called the leader samurai family, and it represented the samurai Genji families and was known widely throughout the country.
  325. By its nature, fukamushi-cha tends to contain powder-like fine leaves, so it tends to clog teapots.
  326. By looking at series of meetings of people at this time, the day Kaisho was established, there was a look of relaxation on all people, each showing their emotions, and there was no limit to the disturbance.
  327. By looking at surface weather chart, we can find that high-pressure system spawned by the Yangzi jiang air mass and the high-pressure system spawned by the tropical monsoon air mass are struggling with each other on the South China Sea and the front has been formed between them.
  328. By looking at the geographical features of Wakasa Province, the coast line was the ria coast and highly indented, and it was abundant in marine products because of the influence of Tsushima Current.
  329. By looking at the progress of Soma-mikuriya (private estate of Soma ranch) not written in "Azuma Kagami," Tsunetate CHIBA was especially not the person whom MINAMOTO no Yoritomo felt 'indebted' to.
  330. By looking through out its history, there were various uses of the word kaisho, but one thing that could be said was that it was a place where people gathered.
  331. By making landlords to be tax debtors, traditional village contract system disappeared.
  332. By making the most of their dominance as the largest schools, it set lower prices for taishogoto and accessories than other schools and makes various efforts so that people of all ages and both sexes can enjoy taishogoto.
  333. By making warriors stay and keep night watch at the Imperial Palace, Kiyomori showed his clear support for Nijo.
  334. By matching an area of shrine parishioners with an administrative district, it was intended to let the sole shrine in the town or village play a core role in regional activities.
  335. By mediation of Nobukatsu ODA, Hideyoshi permitted Narimasa to keep only Niikawa county of Ecchu province.
  336. By medieval times, the Gion-shinko Faith spread nationwide, Gion-sha Shrines or Gozu-Tennosha Shrines enshrining Gozu Tenno were built, and Goryo-e (or Tenno-sai Festival) were held as celebrations.
  337. By mid-August more than a half of the Japanese solders had these diseases.
  338. By mid-Edo period, while the world became peaceful and as society developed, new social issues emerged that could not be dealt with by the traditional shogunate system of law that succeeded the ancient system after the warring states period.
  339. By morning, the ogre had been completely skinned and had run off.
  340. By moving the fingers in a manner such as to smoothly transition between closed, half-open, and open states in combination with a meri/kari action, a smooth portamento can be produced.
  341. By nature, soba does not travel well over a period of time but, in the olden days, since there were so many soba restaurants and, hence, the delivery distance was relatively short, soba was the leading delivery food.
  342. By negotiating with Akiko's husband Tekkan YOSANO and Shu HIRAIDE in person, Keigetsu, while he never changed his position that poetry should obey the nation and society in a particular situation, agreed to withdraw his criticism against Akiko calling her 'a traitor, betrayer, etc.,' and thus the dispute was settled.
  343. By now so far, there have been 21 private writings of his known.
  344. By now, I have decided to accomplish my father and brother's will by preparing weapons.
  345. By observing the formation of the architecture, it has been pointed out that the layout of the architecture was similar to that of hojo (the living quarters of a head priest) of Zen temples.
  346. By observing the relics excavated from the remains, it is assumed that chestnut trees were used predominantly for building materials and fuel in the Jomon period; it is also certain that chestnut forests surrounded the settlements during the Jomon period.
  347. By omitting the tsukeku, lines of seven and seven syllables that used to be prepared in advance, the rest became an independent poem of five, seven, and five syllable lines.
  348. By opening the country, Japan established international relationships with the allied western powers of imperialism.
  349. By order of Sadanobu, he investigated old important cultural properties to edit pictorial records called "Shukojyusshu" and "Kogaruijyu," and he sketched ancient calligraphic works, ancient paintings, and old treasures.
  350. By order of the Retired Emperor Fushimi, Tamekane KYOGOKU (1254-1332)compiled the collection and presented it.
  351. By order of the bakufu, he was engaged in building the Imperial Palace in 1708, so in 1709 he was conferred a sword of Hirotsugu and "Shuishu" (collection of poetry), yoriaigaki written by the "Tosho-ke" (hereditary lineage of court nobles occupying relatively high ranks), by the Imperial Court.
  352. By passing o (string) of tachi through the cords and winding the o around the waist, the tachi is retained almost horizontally.
  353. By passing under the Chumon gate or nakakuguri, a person feels he or she is approaching the tea room, which gives him a sense of beginning to gradually leave the real world.
  354. By pastillage, a technique established during nineteenth century, Pi?ce mont?e, which models a building, is also made.
  355. By people belonging to the Buddhist academy, however, much criticism has been raised against his interpretation which judges that Nehan-gyo Sutra is inferior to Hoke-kyo Sutra, asserting that he twisted the argument too much in favor of Hoke-kyo Sutra from his standpoint regarding Hoke-kyo Sutra's superiority.
  356. By permission from the bakufu, Munehisa acted as an arbitrator for the gokenin and the merchants.
  357. By permission of Takauji, he went home with Yorihisa KAWAKAMI who was Sadahisa's child born out of wedlock.
  358. By piecing together records, Iemochi's teeth enamel was found to be naturally extremely thin, made worse by his love for sweets.
  359. By presenting the library card, each individual can borrow up to ten items (two items of audiovisual materials) for up to two weeks.
  360. By presenting western style and Japanese style simultaneously and unifying the building and the garden, gives the scene depth, and completes the space composition that is connected to a sense of beauty of the Japanese.
  361. By private car
  362. By producing an extraordinary space in the ordinary daily life, people continued activities realizing the meaning.
  363. By protecting the Emperor, the nation is also protected.
  364. By public transportation
  365. By public transportation system
  366. By putting on these tools and conducting ascetic practices, Shugenja can earn the natural power.
  367. By rail: Approximately a 25 minute walk from JR Biwako Line, Azuchi station
  368. By railway
  369. By railway: Take Nara Kotsu Bus bound for Yumori Hot Spring Sugi no yu from Kintetsu Yoshino line Yamato-Kamiichi Station, and change at the last stop for Ikehara.
  370. By reading these books, Ryoo thought of those great priests in China, who went to India to collect Kyoron (two of the three branches of Buddhist sutras; Kyozo [Sutta-pitaka] and the Ronzo [Abhidhamma-pitaka]).
  371. By realigning nearby main route roads to pass through the joka (castle town), they wished for the traffic to pass the joka and stimulate commerce and industry.
  372. By reason that internal strife took place over the successor of the family of Itsukushima-jinja Shrine priest in Aki Province where the head of the Ouchi clan and the main power were absent, Yoshioki OUCHI had Motoshige return to Aki Province to suppress the strife.
  373. By receiving Imperial permission, they were able to leave their position and return to it later with an Imperial order.
  374. By recommending citizens to recycle used water instead of using fresh water coming out of a tap, such campaigns aim to achieve a dual purpose of reducing waste and getting coolness.
  375. By region
  376. By repeatedly forging after folding back the steel struck and elongated, impurities such as sulfur, excess carbon and non-metal impurities are removed, and a strong and homogeneous steel is created.
  377. By repeatedly performing meri and kari in succession by withdrawing and extending the lower jaw (tate yuri), or by shaking the head gently from side to side (yoko yuri), a type of vibrato can be produced.
  378. By repeating step numbers 5 and 6, the fillet becomes tough like wood because it no longer has any moisture, and it will no longer be subject to mold.
  379. By repeating the cycle of freezing overnight night and thawing during the day, it fully dehydrates and becomes a dry food.
  380. By repeating the same word, its meaning is emphasized.
  381. By replacing the inner string, juzu, especially the expensive one or the one of a keepsake, can be used for a long time.
  382. By research by excavation, a stone wall was found below the earthwork of Arioka-jo Castle and, as there were diverted stones such as tombstones, it attracted attention as possible forerunner of stonewall.
  383. By resigning as U-daijin, he was no longer a subordinate of Yoritada or Masanobu, and as Jun-san-gu, his post was guaranteed to be higher than all the other vassals.
  384. By roasting Kuki-cha, Hojicha (roasted green tea) may also be created.
  385. By rolling stock type and commuter type
  386. By shrinking users after peaking in right after the Pacific War, the Tomo Keiben Tetsudo railroad (light railway service provided by Tomotetsudo Co., Ltd.,) was going out of service in 1954, due to unprofitability.
  387. By sidewall structures, shoso are categorized into yagura (literally armour storage), kaku-kura, ita-gura (warehouse whose walls are boards), and doso (underground warehouse).
  388. By signing his works 'Artisan,' it is clear that Kaikei was a sculptor who was very conscious of his position as an 'Artist.'
  389. By simmering the moto (the starter mash) in a pot, its volume increased, and undoubtedly simmering must have been performed within a very narrow temperature range because the yeast would have been killed if the temperature was too high.
  390. By social class and profession
  391. By special permission of Masako HOJO, Shigenari's property inheritance was given to his daughter Rishitsu AYANOKOJI.
  392. By specifying a certain tax rate for land price, tax revenue did not fluctuate by the crop yields of agricultural crops like before and the government could secure stable tax revenue.
  393. By spreading chaos, the Nishikido of the Shioya fortress entrance which Tadanori TAIRA guarded was broken through.
  394. By steaming polished rice, it largely increases in volume and weight (about 2.2 times).
  395. By steaming rice mixed with eel kabayaki and sauce together in a steamer, the flavors of the eel and the sauce spread and a unique roasty aroma and flavor develop.
  396. By stored materials, shoso are categorized into fudokoku-so (grain reserves warehouse), eiso, awa-kura (millet warehouse), and en-so (salt warehouse).
  397. By studying his brush movements, he is considered to have been left-handed.
  398. By studying its structure, kaisho occurred during the transitional period from the shift from shindenzukuri to Shoin zukuri (traditional style of Japanese residential architecture).
  399. By studying the material, make a hole where you decide to have it, and adjust the hole shape while blowing into it.
  400. By studying the reality of the society based on the Ritsuryo system, it has become apparent that slavery did not generally exist in society because the essential slave class was limited to the nui and other senmin.
  401. By such a development, most of the sukuyoshi (master of astrology based on the Sutra of constellations and planets) were priests of the Esoteric Buddhism.
  402. By such lessons, his record of 400-meter run in the preliminary competition 59.30 seconds was shortened to the 50.00 seconds'.
  403. By such process, dango becomes a long-life sweet.
  404. By taking advantage of Bantsuma's popularity in Japan, the head of Univeral's Japan office intended to show films produced by Universal together with films produced by Bantsuma Puro.
  405. By taking advantage of the problem of Umewaka-ryu, he tried to unify the schools and extend the influence of Kanze-ryu.
  406. By taking advantage of the situation, small state-of-the-art Hina-matsuri dolls (only several centimeters in size), called 'keshi-bina' (tiny dolls), became popular.
  407. By taking consideration of soldiers' fatigue, they agreed in taking a day off on 19th and starting the all-out attack on the two sides in the early morning of 20th.
  408. By taking sides with the Eastern Camp (Katsumoto HOSOKAWA's side) at the Onin War started from 1467, he recovered Harima, Bizen and Mimasaka Province which used to be the former territories of the Akamatsu clan.
  409. By taxi: 15 minutes drive from JR Inae Station, or 25 minutes from JR Hikone Station
  410. By that achievement, Yoshimoto IMAGAWA put strong faith in Sessai and gave him the supreme post of politics and military affairs.
  411. By that fatality and for other reasons, Musashi had to go to Kyoto and fight with the Yoshioka.
  412. By that process, in Hakodate, Hokkaido, a republic was declared for a while by Takeaki ENOMOTO ('the Ezo Republic').
  413. By that stage he was already actively collecting paintings and calligraphy in Kyoto and Edo.
  414. By that time the territory of Nobunaga had become very large and included most of the Provinces around the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto, Hokuriku region (the northwestern part of the main island of Japan), Chugoku region (the westernmost region of the main island of Japan), Shikoku, and a part of Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region).
  415. By that time, Masamune territorialized the Nakadori region and Aizu region of today's Fukushima Prefecture, the Southern part of Yamagata Prefecture, and the Southern part of Miyagi Prefecture; Masamune acquired one of the largest areas of domain among other warlords in Japan.
  416. By that time, it was known that some members of the Kikuchi family began to call themselves by the local land names, and the family gradually established its position and extended its influence as a local potential in Higo Province.
  417. By that time, the company had produced 26 all-talkie films, two part-talkie films and two sound films, and as for their production cost, Chidori Kogyo had paid 405,000 yen to Makino Talkie and the balance of advance payment made by Makino Talkie was 450,000 yen.
  418. By that time, the criticism of the Chronicles of Japan falsifying theory by Kida and the criticism of the Yamatohime no Okimi emperor theory by Tanaka had become common perception.
  419. By that time, the voices of the people calling for the revival of party politics and universal suffrage were growing bigger and bigger with each passing day, which again generated Kensei Yogo Undo among the people.
  420. By the 'Historical Spot, Scenic Beauty and Natural Monument Preservation Law' enacted in 1919, the legal system for protecting monuments was established.
  421. By the 11the century, the manor regulation acts were often enforced in order to impose taxes for the purpose of rebuilding dairi (Imperial Palace) and main temples and shrines.
  422. By the 1970's, soy sauce and miso was kept in barrel and sold by measuring at grocery stores (liquor store or Mikawaya), but sale-by-measuring system disappeared with changes in the distribution system, switching to sale in packages such as bags or plastic containers.
  423. By the 9th to 10th century the Ritsuryo system had become lax, and the officials of Dazaifu, Kokushi, Gunshi and others started to use shikibunden as principal to accumulate wealth.
  424. By the Battle of Toba-Fushimi that broke out in January 1868, he had already joined the force.
  425. By the Coup of August 18 in which the Choshu domain was exiled from Kyoto by the Aizu domain and the Satsuma domain in 1863, he was exiled from the Imperial Court in Kyoto (the exile of the Seven nobles from Kyoto).
  426. By the Dajokan Fukoku (Decrees of the Cabinet) issued in October 14, 1873, it was determined as a national holiday.
  427. By the Edo period, post Onin War customs had become fixed, and even in the court noble society, uchiki was worn only at a large event or by high-ranking court ladies.
  428. By the Edo period, the even more efficient Renboshiki-noborigama appeared, its half-tube shape baking rooms in a stepped arrangement advantageous for producing ware with uniform finish and giving it greater capacity.
  429. By the Edo period, the temple's deep involvement with the daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) in the Sengoku Period for the reasons stated above allowed it to grow to an enormous size with 92 branch temples.
  430. By the Eiroku era, Sogyu interacted with Tango SHIMOTSUMA family of Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple, and next to them, he relied on Masayasu MIYOSHI who had influence over Sakai, but he gradually became closer to Nobunaga ODA who had been extending influence.
  431. By the Genroku era (1688 - 1703), this post was also called kanjo-gashira (the head of accounting officers).
  432. By the Han Dynasty, sumi was made into a round shape, called bokugan (round inkstick).
  433. By the Heian period, Choho-ji Temple was already known for Taishi shinko (Prince Shotoku worship) and miraculous virtue of Nyoirin Kannon, with both men and women from all classes of society confining themselves to the temple for worship and the statue being made one of the seven Kannon of Kyoto.
  434. By the Horeki era, Edo had gained recognition as 'Japan's foremost land' spurred by the emergence of the town people called as 'Edokko' for their distinctive spirit.
  435. By the Kamakura Period at the earliest, it seems that the site was gradually transformed into a temple.
  436. By the Ming Dynasty, the shape of Mokugyo that is seen today was established.
  437. By the Muromachi period almost all houses were built facing a street, and thereby areas on both sides of a street began to constitute a 'machi' (Both-side town (Ryogawa machi)).
  438. By the Muromachi period, however, they became marginalized as the manorial system declined.
  439. By the Second Taro KATSURA Cabinet, this act was established for the first time in reference to "Shokko-jijo" (a report of the actual conditions of the factory workers) edited by the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce (Japan), promulgated in 1911, and enforced in 1916.
  440. By the Treaty of Portsmouth in 1905, Russia approved the cession of Sakhalin Island from 50 degrees north latitude to the southern end as well as the handover of Liaodong Peninsula, a leased territory, to Japan, thus the Russo-Japanese War substantially ended with the Japan's victory.
  441. By the Yakusa no Kabane (the eight honorary titles) reform by the Emperor Tenmu, the kabane of Muraji was demoted to the seventh highest, and afterwards Ason (or Asomi) became the kabane title for influential clans.
  442. By the Yakusa no Kabane (the eight honorary titles) reform by the Emperor Tenmu, the kabane of Omi was demoted to the sixth highest, and afterwards Ason (or Asomi) became the kabane title for influential clans.
  443. By the Yamato-bashi Bridge at the mouth of the Isatsu-gawa River.
  444. By the above fact, it becomes clear that most of the houses at that time were thatched with grass, kaya-grass or straw and houses with shingle-covered roof were rare.
  445. By the activities of Korehira and Masanori, Ise-Heishi (the Taira clan) established strong power and Kiyomori appearing in the later generations, the Taira clan developed into one of the most powerful families in the country.
  446. By the advice of recording the content of his discussions and lectures by one of his closest customers, Daiten Kenjo, who was famous as an expert in Chinese poetry at Shokoku-ji temple, Baisao did begin to do so, but soon involved Daiten in and in the end, Daiten recorded these conversations.
  447. By the age of 12 or 13 his beauty was beyond comparison, causing many women to fall in love with him but he rejected all of them and they all died of lovesickness.
  448. By the arrangement of Cloistered Imperial Prince, Shingen was given the position as gon no sojo (a highest ranking priest, next to a sojo).
  449. By the arrival of the Meiji period, a judicial system was developed by Shihokyo (administrator of Ministry of Justice) such as Shinpei ETO, and on February 7, 1873, Katakiuchi was banned by the Meiji Government through the issuance of "Katakiuchi kinshirei (ban on revenge)" in Decree No. 37.
  450. By the battle in 1337, Yuso-ji Temple (later rebuilt as Yusho-ji Temple) associated with the Sho clan was burned down, so the family lineage (especially from Tokiie to Nobuaki) of the Honjo can is still not clear.
  451. By the classification of Japanese sword, his works are classified into the excellent quality, and generally called 'Kawakami Sakon.'
  452. By the commission Yoriyuki MATSUI, Karo (chief retainer) of the Hosokawa family (later Yoriyuki became the lord of Yatsushiro-jo Castle), Musashi made a wooden sword after the one which he had used in the duel at Ganryu-jima Island; the wooden sword still remains.
  453. By the copies and fragmentary leaves that are left today, the originals drawn at the time or intermediate works can be presumed.
  454. By the decision in the reconciliation, the works for the land improvement were carried out from 1981 to 1999.
  455. By the decision of Kamakura bakufu, Yorihisa's enfeoffment received recognition.
  456. By the decree of the Ordinance of the Imperial Nobility (the Ordinance of the Imperial House, abolished), orders were bestowed in accordance with the following classifications:
  457. By the decree of the Ordinance of the Imperial Nobility, Imperial family members were ranked in the following order:
  458. By the decree of the Ordinance of the Imperial Nobility, members of the Imperial family were given positions by appointment in accordance to the following classifications:
  459. By the earlier Jomon period, sedentary settlements appeared.
  460. By the early Meiji period only its building was left, and the school was finally closed in 1872.
  461. By the end Jomon period, the temperature changed to cooling trend again and the food production declined.
  462. By the end of 1957, sixty-five type 70 cars were introduced to the Keihanshin Local Line, though no type 300 type cars, metal-made cars, were introduced, and they played their expected role.
  463. By the end of the Edo Period, the census collected and compiled population by place of birth and the population of migrant workers residing in Edo.
  464. By the end of the Edo period it was played mainly in Kyoto and Osaka, as well as in areas ranging from Nagoya in the east and Chugoku and Kyushu in the west.
  465. By the end of the Heian period to the beginning of the Kamakura period, it became less feared as a revengeful ghost.
  466. By the end of the Keicho era, tozama daimyos became reluctant to construct a castle out of consideration for the bakufu.
  467. By the end of the Meiji period, however, the reasons for the enthronement theory were questioned and now, at the beginning of the 21st century, it is generally understood that the prince was not enthroned.
  468. By the end of the Muromachi Period, temples with shoin, and samurai residences with oshi-ita, tana and shoin were being built, and the style of shoin-zukuri was gradually formed.
  469. By the end of the Qing period, many schools of Tenkoku engraving had appeared in various places, and many Tenkoku artists appeared.
  470. By the end of the Zhangguo period, Sozoku organizations collapsed or changed their nature, therefore, lords started to build rulers-and-subjects relations with people in their domain individually instead of ruling them based on Sozoku.
  471. By the end of the eleventh century they had started to claim that the ability to heal the king's evil (scrofula) was the privilege of the French Crown; a similar idea was formed in England under the Norman dynasty.
  472. By the end of the mediaeval period, roughly 10 major attacks and burnings such as the one in 1081 by devotees of Mt. Hiei to Mii-dera Temple took place, with the number reaching 50 if one counts all minor skirmishes as well.
  473. By the end of the mid 1950s these great household names died one after another.
  474. By the end of the mid-Jomon period, dwellings with fukushiki-ro (fireplaces consisting of an arrangement of stones composed of two parts) began to appear in southern Tohoku region, along with houses with stone-laid floors in the Chubu region, especially Nagano Prefecture.
  475. By the end of the period, the ekagami-type entrance becomes shorter and lower in height.
  476. By the end of the shogunate, there were 1,500 schools in Edo, and a total of 15,000 Terakoya throughout Japan.
  477. By the end of the tenth century, "Wamyo Ruijusho" (dictionary of Japanese names) was already made, and there was a new progress in the Insei period.
  478. By the establishment of koori, the status of each local gozoku was changed from a semi-independent local chief to a government official who administered koori.
  479. By the establishment of the hereditary government office system, the immobilization of Kuge's family lineage and the heredity of the post of the government officials increased.
  480. By the evening of January 17th, they came down from the mountain, gathered in the Kyogoku-ji temple, and got ready for a direct petition.
  481. By the evening, the Wada family were killed one after another and when his son Yoshinao was killed, aged Yoshimori cried loudly.
  482. By the final years of the Tokugawa shogunate, Shingaku spread nationwide, except for some areas including Satsuma Domain and Ryukyu.
  483. By the following year, 1869, daimyo returned their lands and people to the emperor and their title was changed from Hanshu to Chihanji (governor,) and based on the Haihan-chiken (the abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) in 1871, Han were replaced with prefectures.
  484. By the former Tango Province.
  485. By the forty-ninth day, ihai (Buddhist mortuary tablet) should be replaced from the 'plain wood' one used at the time of the funeral by the real one.
  486. By the gunboat diplomacy, the soaring price of rice, consular jurisdiction, and other factors overlapping, the bad feelings against Japan had been accumulated in Korea.
  487. By the hour of the Monkey (around 4 PM - according to the "Gyokuyo."
  488. By the iconographic characteristic (riding on an elephant), the image is recognized as Fugen Bosatsu.
  489. By the imperial edict of August 20, 1919, military Sotoku system was abolished, which allowed a civil officer to assume the Sotoku post subject to the system, but this didn't realize in reality, and all the Sotoku other than Saito were Army Generals.
  490. By the influence of international situation of these days, a lot of missiles are arrayed around there and the military policemen equipped with a rifle acts as a bodyguard.
  491. By the influence of the dissolution of the Liberal Party, he insisted to dissolve the Constitutional Progressive Party, but he met with the opposition and he left the party with OKUMA.
  492. By the influence of those histories of Japan and series of biographies of major Chinese history books such as "Shiki," biographies used to be written for rewarding individuals.
  493. By the introduction of naming rights, it is commonly called Wakasa Stadium Kyoto (see the details in meimeiken (naming rights)).
  494. By the introduction of new technology, their business improved and expanded.
  495. By the invitation of Japanese including a priest Rikyo, in 726 he came to Japan with his master Bodai Senna and a priest from Tang Dosen (Daoxuan).
  496. By the kogaki of 'oki-tsubo' (Kanze and Kongo) or 'tsubo-dashi' (Kita), the performer does the acts of drawing sake from the saka-tsubo with a dipper.
  497. By the late Heian Period, it was already the territory of the Sekkan-ke (the families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor).
  498. By the late Kamakura period, Neo-Confucianism was spread as basic education for monks in training and others among gosan (Zen temples highly ranked by the government), and its theory was completed by annotations brought by the monk Ichinei ISSAN (Yining YISHAN), who visited Japan in 1299 from the Yuan Dynasty.
  499. By the late Kamakura period, Toimaru functioned not only as subordinates to the landlords who owned the ports, but also as agents which managed the transports of nengumai as to meet the demands of other manor owners who used the ports.
  500. By the latter half of middle period, bronze ware was intensively manufactured in Nakai and Hie sites at Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture and in Suku sites in Kasuga City.
  501. By the latter half of the 20th century aqua farming technology was established.
  502. By the latter half of the middle period, regional differences became pronounced, large-scale settlements appeared in eastern Japan, and the number of remains peaked.
  503. By the latter half of the period, dwellings with entrances that protruded outward, known as the 'ekagami' type, began to appear in some regions.
  504. By the latter half of the seventh century, the power of Yamato sovereignty (Imperial court) had reached southern Kyushu but the ruling system was not yet perfected so that many groups of residents, called Kumaso or Hayato, defended their own local authority.
  505. By the memorandum of the GHQ (the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers), Japanese administrative rights over Karafuto were removed.
  506. By the merger, some ujigami (a guardian god or spirit of a particular place in the Shinto religion) were transferred far away from the residential area of shrine parishioners who couldn't visit the shrine anymore.
  507. By the mid-18th century a large number of hauta pieces had been composed, mainly in Osaka.
  508. By the middle era of the Heian period, yonin had become a usual practice.
  509. By the middle of the Kamakura era there appeared a group of people who insisted in the Shinpon butsujaku theory that Buddhas were in turn the embodiment of Shinto gods and that Shinto gods were the masters that Buddhas followed.
  510. By the middle of the Muromachi period the system of the shugo daimyo in the shogunate was enlarged, and it was possible to describe the Muromachi shogunate as a so-called coalition government of shugo daimyo.
  511. By the middle of the Muromachi period, the power of the Shugo Daimyo within the Shogunate had grown to the point that the Shogunate had come to resemble a coalition government of Shugo Daimyo.
  512. By the middle of the fifth century, there had been a system in which a minor chief who was based in a part of the Boso Peninsula served a king of Wa in the Kinai District as a warrior, and the chief was granted an inscribed iron sword inlaid with silver due to his achievements.
  513. By the name of Kakusaburo ONOE or Gengoro MIMASU, he toured around Chugoku and Shikoku region as leader of the troupe when he was 18 years old.
  514. By the narrowest definition, it means Mt. Yoshino and Yoshino no miya (Miyataki ruins) sometimes.
  515. By the nature of Tanokami, most festival days of Tanokami also concentrate in spring and autumn corresponding to the phase of cultivations.
  516. By the nature of the case, techniques of kodan are frequently used in those rakugo.
  517. By the new weights and measures system established in 1958, the traditional system of weights and measures was eliminated as official units and prohibited to use in business purposes after that.
  518. By the order issued by Shogun Takauji ASHIKAGA, the younger brother of shogun, Naoyoshi ASHIKAGA, is dispatched to Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine in order to search out Yoshisada NITTA's helmet and hold a memorial service for Yoshisada.
  519. By the order of Edo bakufu, various Nenbutsu Kanjin Hijiri (groups of priests raising fund by reciting nenbutsu) were integrated into a single sect 'the Ji sect' and they were newly categorized into twelve schools ('Jishu Juni-ha [12 schools of the Ji sect]').
  520. By the order of Koremi KAMEI, the lord of the Tsuwano Domain, Bisei went to Kyoto in 1853 and became a pupil of Takamasa OKUNI..
  521. By the order of Nobunaga, he also conducted the execution of the Murashige ARAKI family who rose in revolt against Nobunaga (the battle of Arioka-jo Castle).
  522. By the order of Takagi no kami, yatagarasu (Japanese mythological big crow) was sent as a guide to lead from Kumano to Uda in Yamato Province.
  523. By the order of Tenka bushin (construction order by Tokugawa Shogunate), he was brought out to the construction of Shinoyama-jo Castle, and while he was staying in Kyoto, he died of illness (there is a different argument).
  524. By the order of Yoshitane Oumi Province was invaded by Takakuni, Yoshioki and others in 1510, but Yoshizumi won with the army formed by warriors of Oumi Province.
  525. By the passage of the bill, railway nationalization which had been a long-cherished wish of Inoue was realized at last and 17 private railways were going to be nationalized.
  526. By the period Kagefumi lived in, several hundred years had already passed since the Ritsuryo system had become nothing but a name and the noble families of the court had been divided by status into the Tosho-ke (the lineage of court nobles occupying relatively high ranks) and the Jige-ke.
  527. By the pond in the Gonjo-ji Temple there is a 'path Shosho walked,' and tradition has it that if those who are in litigation walk the path, they will lose their cases.
  528. By the pre-modern ages, burying Buddhist scriptures by containing them in small kyozutsu was no longer popular.
  529. By the present day, Dengaku dances have become divided into Bin-zasara and Suri-sasara, depending on the type of percussion instrument used.
  530. By the process of spraying folding screens of the Omori family with water, taking off sheets on the screens one by one, and drying them to read, a wanted poster of Shinpei ETO during the Saga War was found in the underlining of the folding screen.
  531. By the projects, not only old road before the early-modern period was restored and reconstructed, but also facilities for users, such as public restrooms, were built.
  532. By the promulgation of the Imperial Ordinance Concerning the House of Peers, male members of the Imperial family who had reached the age of majority automatically became an Imperial councilor of the Privy Council (Japan).
  533. By the reason`夫婦の儀,愛を以って先と為す.文は既に夕を重ね,情は同じく夜に専らとす.文は既に夕を重ね,情は同じく夜に専らとす.しかのみならず子孫衆多,后妃の至徳なり,' the adopted daughter was named as Masaruko and awarded as jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  534. By the regency politics, the Northern House of the FUJIWARA clan (one of the four Fujiwara family lines) became most influential in the ninth century.
  535. By the reign of Ienobu TOKUGAWA in the mid-Edo Period, however, the shogunate amended its policy and gradually reduced such interventions and did not intervene in family feuds since the Sengoku family feud in the early 19th century.
  536. By the ronkokosho (weighing of result and granting of reward) over this performance, he was appointed as Jitoshiki (manager and lord of manor) of Yuki County.
  537. By the rule, however, these documents were to be maintained in a kokuga (an ancient provincial government office).
  538. By the second half of the Yayoi period, there existed gotoku which was earthenware with extended legs.
  539. By the seventh century, the Emishi had lived broadly in the Tohoku region (from mid-Miyagi Prefecture through Yamagata Prefecture and to the north) and most of Hokkaido (local public entity), a part of which was included in the Japanese territory.
  540. By the spread and use of 'rental bookstores' that dealt with such books, the appearance of each yokai became established among the general public, and that spread throughout Japan.
  541. By the spread of these rights, the private governance of the land and people started.
  542. By the syllabary order
  543. By the tenth century, aside from court functions, Kinomidokyo came to be held privately and hosted by the Daijo Tenno (Retired Emperor), the Togu (Crown Prince) or the Kogo (Empress).
  544. By the time Amenooshihomimi was ready to descend to Ashihara no nakatsukuni, where peace and order had been established, Ninigi?the grandchild of Amaterasu Omikami?was born and ordered to go down there by Amaterasu Omikami.
  545. By the time Ennin returned to Japan, Bogo JANG had already been assassinated but Jang's subordinate Commander Chang Yung made great efforts to realize Ennin's return.
  546. By the time he himself was killed in the Honnoji Incident in 1582, he had conquered the central part of Japan and had virtually accomplished everything up to the verge of unification of the whole country.
  547. By the time he reached the capital, several retainers from Iga and Ise Provinces, including Kagetsuna ITO and Sadayasu TACHI, had joined their forces to his.
  548. By the time he succeeded to the family, a senior vassal, Hisahide MATSUNAGA, and Miyoshi Triumvirate had already had the power which surpassed that of the head family, and so Yoshitsugu was no more than their puppet.
  549. By the time of Manyoshu, a Hanka poem in tanka form (5-7-5-7-7 phrases) was often appended to a Choka poem as a summary.
  550. By the time of the Edo period, 'uchimi' ceased to be used as a food name.
  551. By the time of the medieval period, the basic elements of cross-grained fan were all present.
  552. By the time of this war, Yoshihiro ASHINA had already become one of those many warlords coming under the umbrella of the chancellor Hideyoshi, therefore fighting against Ashina clan meant a defiance against Hideyoshi.
  553. By the time the Edo period arrived, Hagoita racquets festooned with cloth applique-like portraits of traditional Japanese Kabuki theatre actors etc were a fad.
  554. By the time the Ikko-ikki troops besieged Kenpon-ji Temple on August 1, the number of the troops had increased even more (it is said that it was 100 thousands in total), and so all Motonaga could do was to let Yoshitsuna ASHIKAGA escape.
  555. By the time the Shonai War broke out in 1599, Togo already had numerous pupils in the house of Shimazu.
  556. By the time the squadron arrived in Shanghai, not only had the President of the United States changed to Franklin Pierce of the Democratic Party, but Dobbin, the new Secretary of the Navy under President Pierce, had prohibited the use of military force--a policy that Perry had not gotten word of.
  557. By the time when the Ikedaya Incident occurred on July 8, 1864, he was already a member belonging to KONDO's squad in the Shinsengumi.
  558. By the time, the people's movement calling for universal suffrage gained momentum day by day.
  559. By the timetable revision made on September 1, the same year, train services of the Fukuchiyama Line were extended to Suita during the rush hour to improve the convenience of passengers on the Shinkansen bullet trains.
  560. By the way 'Snow Dawn' who appears as her love in Lady Nijo's (Gofukakusain no Nijo's) 'Towazugatari' (The Confessions of Lady Nijo, literally 'narrated without being asked') is said to be Sanekane.
  561. By the way a female emperor simply means female emperor, but sometimes the word, female emperor can be understood as emperor of the female line since it has a similar meaning.
  562. By the way it was indeed the first time for the Imperial Princess to be officially appointed as Chugu in four hundred and sixty years, since Emperor Godaigo's Chugu, Imperial Princess Junshi (Emperor Gofushimi's first Princess, Shinmuromachiin)
  563. By the way the Kyoto Imperial Palace where the Emperor lived until the last days of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), was established as the Imperial Palace by Emperor Kogon in 1331, where the Emperor used to use Tsuchimikado Higashi Toin Palace as his Satodairi (temporally palace).
  564. By the way there was a view in the past that the gate was closed to prevent people from entering Kinai from Togoku (eastern provinces), but recently another view has been plausible that it was closed to prevent the state of emergency which had occurred in the capital from spreading to Togoku.
  565. By the way there were some Emperors that existed who were not able to officially become Emperors since they did not go through the successive ceremony in the past. (For example, Emperors of Northern Court during the spilt of the political power of the period of the Northern and Southern Courts)
  566. By the way these one hundred poems were the last created by the Imperial Princess that still exist today.
  567. By the way when Emperors are demoted from nobility to subject, they keep their names although the title of the Emperor cancelled, however there are some cases where they changed their names from the original to another, for example, Prince Kazuraki (TACHIBANA no Moroe) to Moroe, Prince Mochihito to Mochimitsu.
  568. By the way, "Nihonshoki" has been thought to be written in genuine Chinese writing style, but recent researches show that there are many grammatical deviations affected by Japanese in vocabulary and usage.
  569. By the way, "Nise Murasaki Naniwa no Genji" (1837), a work which has a similar title and was written by Tanehiko, is a concealed pornographic book.
  570. By the way, "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace) pointed Fujitsuna as the person played active role during the period of Tokimune HOJO and the next regent Sadatoki HOJO.
  571. By the way, 'Jinzai' is pronounced as 'Zunzai' with the Izumo accent (In the Izumo region, the zu-zu dialect in which vowels are modified and pronounced as "u" is common. And the sound "zu" is not articulated).
  572. By the way, 'Kanbe four villages' refers to four manors in medieval Japan, namely Oyagyu no sho, Shoyagyu no sho, Sakahara no sho and Oji no sho villages, and this is proved by the fact that the inscription on the bell by Takuan Soho handed down to Hotokuzen-ji Temple includes the expression 'Kanbe four villages.'
  573. By the way, Furukawa Mining does not call mining pollution 'kodoku' (literally, 'mineral poison') but 'kogai' (literally, 'mineral damage.')
  574. By the way, JR East stopped the use of trash boxes on train-cars in each of its Shinkansen lines completely as a measure against terrorism for a while, but now, their use has been resumed due to passengers' voices that such a measure inconvenienced them.
  575. By the way, Jibu-sho (Ministry of Civil Administration) handled family registers related to family names and other items.
  576. By the way, Jizo-bon does not generally celebrate Jizo Bodhisattva enshrined in temples.
  577. By the way, Jugoro OTAGURO (a businessman who was involved in business of hydropower and a former executive managing director of Toshiba) was a close friend of Shimei while they studied at Tokyo Gaikokugo Gakko and Tokyo Shogyo Gakko.
  578. By the way, Katsutoyo adopted Tadayoshi YAMAUCHI, the son of his younger brother Yasutoyo YAMAUCHI, as the successor of the Yamauchi family.
  579. By the way, Korechika TAKEHARA (Kanjuro), the fifth generation from Korenari TAKEHARA recommended Katsuna HORI (Heitazaemon), to Shigekata HOSOKAWA, a lord of the domain and Katsuna operated the reformation of domain duties of Shigetaka HOSOKAWA (the reformation of Horeki).
  580. By the way, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo of Kamakura-Genji (the Minamoto clan) opposed this and he spread the rumor that Prince Mochihito was still alive and held captive by Yoritomo's force.
  581. By the way, Neiraku is one of the old expressions for 'Nara.'
  582. By the way, Prince Shotoku was her older paternal half-brother.
  583. By the way, Sanga is derived from a word (sangha) in Sanskrit that stands for "association" or "group."
  584. By the way, Settayacho-dori Street, Zeniyacho-dori Street and Uonotana-dori Street are now called Yobai-dori Street, Matoba-dori Street and Rokujo-dori Street, respectively.
  585. By the way, Shigefumi MATSUZAWA, governor of Kanagawa Prefecture, and Kensaku MORITA, who has become governor of Chiba Prefecture advocating 'Constructing a maglev between Haneda and Narita' as an election pledge, are investigating the initiation of a maglev investigation committee.
  586. By the way, Shigemochi survived this disturbance although many members of the Ko clan were killed, serving Kamakura kubo (Governor-general of the Kanto region), quasi-Shogun Motouji ASHIKAGA as a vassal afterward.
  587. By the way, Shinnyoen officially announced itself as a new religious group since it started in the early Showa period; this is the only religious group in Buddhist society in which there is an established Buddhist group of lay believers based on the theory of the Nirvana Sutra.
  588. By the way, Sonohito was promoted to Sangi when Emperor Heizei on June, 806.
  589. By the way, Tadamasa was converted to Soto sect.
  590. By the way, Takashi SHIMA, the second son of Hideo SHIMA who greatly contributed to the implementation of the Shinkansen plan in Japan, is an adviser to the Taiwan High Speed Rail.
  591. By the way, Tomoji had believed in Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha) and Yakushi Kannon and had faith in them because she was taught them by her grandmother, Hojuin.
  592. By the way, Tomotane SOMA had been given the title of viscount in 1884, and the title was succeeded by his younger brother Aritane.
  593. By the way, Yamakonnyaku (A. kiusianus or A. hirtus var. kiusianus), species related to konnyaku, grows wild in southern Shikoku, Kyushu, Nansei Islands and Taiwan.
  594. By the way, a head of a kazoku family and people who were recorded in the family register were regarded as kazoku.
  595. By the way, according to an agreement, JR Shinkansen lines do not operate trains in the middle of the night and early in the morning.
  596. By the way, after publication of "Bankoku Koho," many books related to international law have been published one after another.
  597. By the way, after the first Yamagata cabinet resigned en masse, Akiyoshi YAMADA (from Choshu) recommended the next prime minister together with Genkun that was equivalent to Genro in the rank.
  598. By the way, after the villager had moved to Hokkaido, an area in Saroma-cho (in Tokoro County, Hokkaido) was named 'Tochigi' after their hometown.
  599. By the way, all JR companies offer Internet reservation services.
  600. By the way, although a view held by a small minority it is said that the author of "Okagami" (The Great Mirror), that described the history of Michinaga and his family with a sharp point of view, was Yoshinobu.
  601. By the way, although he sometimes used Sanyo Railway when he was the president of Kyushu Railway, he left critical comments on its speed.
  602. By the way, although it was recorded in historical documents that there was a merchant house called 'Naniwa no Murotsumi,' but no remains of such a house has been found yet.
  603. By the way, an actor who has inherited a succession of a family name derived from Haimyo also has another Haimyo.
  604. By the way, as mentioned above, in the Okibumi of Koreshige OSHIRO there is a description that Tomomasa HIRAGA, who was Kyoto-shugoshoku, and his group were shown the Emaki which was secretly held in the hozo of Rengeo-in Temple.
  605. By the way, at Tokai-ji Temple, takuan-zuke is referred to as "Hyappon" based on their belief that it is discourteous to use the name of Zenji without an honorific.
  606. By the way, concerning the master-servant relationship based on goon and hoko, there is an opinion that the relationship is interpreted the same as the feudal master-servant relationship, because when it is compared with feudalism found in Medieval Europe, there are some common points.
  607. By the way, even now there are some manufacturers which sell normal Ecchu fundoshi by the name "Samurai Pants".
  608. By the way, even under such situations, there was a commentary that definitely concluded that "kimi" in this waka was the emperor.
  609. By the way, in "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), 羲之 and 大王 are read as teshi, indicating that 王羲之 (Xizhi WANG) was used for indicating teshi (literally, hand teacher) or a calligraphic expert.
  610. By the way, in 2005 Gunma Prefecture pointed out the water quality tests based on the agreement showed that water from the deposit site had exceeded the environmental standards sometimes during rainfall.
  611. By the way, in 2007, excavation and research of the ruin of the Honno-ji Temple was conducted and traces of moat and bank protection were found together with a large volume of burnt roof tiles of the same period as the Honnoji Incident.
  612. By the way, in 40 years, cargo trains with a similar concept have been introduced as '200 series JR cargo trains (super-rail cargo).'
  613. By the way, in June, 749, and September, 751, he came up to the capital, Kyoto as Shozeichoshi (a messenger who brings the official tax ledgers from a local office to the central government).
  614. By the way, in the Heian period, the act of a predecessor accepting a geyujo was called "zuryo."
  615. By the way, in the fighting on the bridge the other day, Shinzaburo got a promissory note for the pawn of a koro, from Kotengu Shosaku, a brother of Okishi, Shizaburo's fiance.
  616. By the way, in the governance structure of the Otomo clan, six members were placed called kahanshu (important vassals who could cosign and seal onto official documents) under the family head (according to Yoshiaki OTOMO, kahanshu should consist of three members from dozokushu and other three members, although it was not abode by).
  617. By the way, in the middle of the incident, the Emperor Showa said to his close aide, "the organ theory is no problem."
  618. By the way, in the period from the time when the dynastic nation system was established to the middle 11th century, zuryo had a significant right to collect kanmotsu, a main tax.
  619. By the way, it has been argued for a long time whether the Great Mandala, the Issonsisi or the Ittoryosonsisi should be the honzon of the Nichiren sect.
  620. By the way, it is believed that Aoyama (in Minato Ward, Tokyo) is so called because the Edo residence of the ruler of the Gujo Domain was located there.
  621. By the way, it is recorded that Hai Gou Shen (male seal sexual organs), an aphrodisiac, was used in drugs for Ieyasu.
  622. By the way, it often acts stupid and smiles with its tongue stuck out.
  623. By the way, it was Eisen who painted Aizuri-e with bero-ai (Berlin blue) for the first time in Japan ahead of Hokusai.
  624. By the way, it was at Tanaka-jo Castle (in present Tanaka, Fujieda City, Shizuoka Prefecture) that he ate the problematic fried food.
  625. By the way, it was in and after the early-modern times (the Edo period) that Fuke sect announced its name officially and acted as one religious school.
  626. By the way, its replica is exhibited in the Exhibition Room No. 2 (the Medieval Period) of National Museum of Japanese History.
  627. By the way, karate circles and organizations did not appear until the end of the Taisho period, when karate was introduced to the Japanese mainland.
  628. By the way, many of the persons with a masukare line had the good luck of ruling a nation, and even today, many persons in top groups of various fields had this teso.
  629. By the way, mother of the enemy general Shigetada was a daughter of Yoshiaki; thus Shigetada was Yoshiaki's sotomago (a grandchild from a daughter married into another family).
  630. By the way, no description exists in "Koyo Gunkan" that Shingen set up his military base on Chausu-yama Mountain, and therefore, the setting-up of his military base on Chausu-yama Mountain is based on war tales written after "Koyo Gunkan."
  631. By the way, of 15 Tokugawa shogun, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA and Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA in addition to Ieyasu are not buried in Kanei-ji Temple nor Zojo-ji Temple.
  632. By the way, originally, the hemp kariginu of noble's servants of the same color as the hakama was called 'kamishimo' (top and bottom), and even in the Kamakura period, there was a male kimono called 'kamishimo.'
  633. By the way, slab tracks are used in some sections of the Sanyo Shinkansen line, Tohoku Shinkansen line, and Shinkansen lines constructed later.
  634. By the way, some people have a view that the tumulus was renovated from a double round-shaped tomb mound to a large keyhole-shaped tomb mound during this restoration.
  635. By the way, the "Nishi-Honganji-bon Sanju-rokunin-kashu" was found by Shugyo OGUCHI in 1896 in the library of Nishi-Hongan-ji Temple.
  636. By the way, the 'Memorial Association of Yaichi Haga' achieved their goal and dissolved after publication of "Koi Genji monogatari," so Tsukuru FUJIMURA contributed a foreword to the 'Koihen (book of comparison), Genji monogatari taisei' in memory of the association.
  637. By the way, the 'unexpected encounter theory' was introduced in 'When history moves,' a TV program by NHK.
  638. By the way, the Otoshiyori to shogun's wife did her job not in the 'Chidorino-ma' room but in 'Rojoshu-tsumesho' (literally, the room for female servants) near to the wife's residence.
  639. By the way, the Security Police Law was not yet enacted when the Kawamata Incident occurred on February 13, 1900.
  640. By the way, the announcement of "Welcome to the Shinkansen. This is the NOZOMI super-express…" is used in the trains.
  641. By the way, the author of "Suishu" is Gicho (? - 643).
  642. By the way, the bankata were classified into the five posts of koshogumi (page corps), shoinban (the castle guards), oban (castle guards), shinban (new guard) and kojunin (escort guard).
  643. By the way, the box called 'Meian' (bright and dark), which is often seen in the period drama on TV and seemed like a special Buddhist word, actually does not have any special meaning and it can just mean 'I am from Myoan-ji Temple.'
  644. By the way, the date of demonstration was selected to coincide with the day when Tanaka would pose a question about a mining pollution problem at the National Diet session.
  645. By the way, the flagship used in the Naval battle of Japan sea at the time of Russo-Japanese War, the battleship 'Mikasa,' was named after this mountain.
  646. By the way, the name of the bus stop, Agricultural Cooporative Association, was later changed to Yawata Municipal Yuto Elementary School.
  647. By the way, the official name of this bus route during the Keihan Uji Transport Co., Ltd. period was the 'Otokoyama Housing Complex Route Internal Bound.'
  648. By the way, the original company of the Prince Motor Company changed its name to "Prince Motor Company" by adopting the title "prince" for commemorating the investiture of the Crown Prince Akihito.
  649. By the way, the original reason why the deer are in this park is as follows:
  650. By the way, the statue of Komainu (a pair of stone-carved guardian dogs) in front of the Nio-mon gate of Kiyomizu-dera Temple belongs to the Jishu-jinja Shrine.
  651. By the way, the surname 'Yoshimune' was not another name for all members of the Koremune clan, but was granted around 999 only to Tadasuke and KOREMUNE no Tadamasa, who is thought to be Tadasuke's younger brother.
  652. By the way, the surname of Saimura comes from Sai-mura Village (才村) (or Sai-mura Village佐江村) where Masahiro was evacuated for a while after his father, Masahide, died.
  653. By the way, the tax rate of Shiko-rokumin, having been set by the Hojo clan, continued being used for generations until the Kyoho Reforms (the reforms in the Kyoho era) were executed by Yoshimune TOKUGAWA later.
  654. By the way, the team against which Sanga played games in which it was decided to be demoted to J2 two of three times was Gamba Osaka.
  655. By the way, the term of a Derby match is originally used for indicating a match between teams whose hometowns are the same, but in Japan, is sometimes used also indicating a match that becomes especially excited due to a special historical reason, and the Kawanakajima Derby is a typical example of the latter type.
  656. By the way, the wrapping paper for "Classic Pants" of the said company has been kept the same in its design since the start of the sales.
  657. By the way, there are many pieces of music which were composed for Heike Monogatari to be played with Satsuma biwa (Japanese lute music of the Shimazu clan of Satsuma Province), which was made after early-modern times, and Chikuzen biwa (Japanese music lute of Chikuzen Province).
  658. By the way, there exists the theory that Kagetora himself participated in the first battle of Hachiman.
  659. By the way, there is a regulation that no wrestler at work, whether a ranking wrestler or not, may go out without yukata, which is formal attire for sumo wrestlers.
  660. By the way, there was an article in "Omoinomama no ki" that the Princess had mental problem and once she wondered around and went out of the Palace, Gosakuramachiin (the Retired Emperor Gosakuramachi) was furious about this.
  661. By the way, these 'achievements' were accomplished after his death, based on the situation at that time, and were irrelevant as accusations against him.
  662. By the way, these stone tools are presumed to have been sustained by Homo Habilis of Genus Homo or Genus Paranthropus.
  663. By the way, this sound has gradually ceased to bring up images of Shinkansen since the 1980s.
  664. By the way, those two unions sometimes took some actions together in that period.
  665. By the way, usurpation here does not mean that Yoshimitsu himself wanted to take to the throne, but he wanted to take authority from the emperors by acquiring power as a sort of retired sovereign, and intended to hold real power even after his retirement.
  666. By the way, when Ieyasu was granted an Imperial sanction to changed his name from Matsudaira to Tokugawa, he publicly announced that his real name was Fujiwara.
  667. By the way, when the regulation was strictly applied, there were only a limited number of people who were able to keep their position as members of the Imperial Family, mentioned in the following short genealogical table.
  668. By the way, where was the Kon-do Hall (where the principal image was placed) of this Konmyo-ji Temple located?
  669. By the way, words in "Shogaku Shokashu Shohen (Collection of songs for elementary school, First Version)" (issued in 1881) edited by the Ministry of Education (current Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) is longer than the current one and it has the second verse.
  670. By the year 2010, Platform 4 (see above) will be newly constructed, and the ticket wicket on the first floor will be removed and integrated with the ticket wicket of the second floor.
  671. By then it was also a requirement to go through legal procedures in order to leave, and those who left without it were charged with desertion.
  672. By then she already had a good reputation as a poetess, and she was selected for 'kasen rakugaki.'
  673. By then, Hisahide had appointed himself the Governor of Yamato Province by virtue of physical force, and been trying to place the province under his rule.
  674. By then, with the opening of Higashioji-dori Street, the station building was moved to the present location.
  675. By these achievements he made a success to gain Nobunaga's favor and distinguished himself among ODA followers.
  676. By these attacks, the Oda army was greatly damaged and withdrew.
  677. By these policies, Iruka strengthened his position substantially as the most powerful man and people revered him very much under his reign.
  678. By these rules Jodo Shu was protected by Tokugawa Shogunate, in other words, Shogunate and domain system.
  679. By this Law of Funeral, the Kofun (tumulus) period effectively ended.
  680. By this case Nokeshoku who had more power than the suzerain was abolished and later kangakushoku (post of encouragement of learning), whose term was renewed each year, was set up.
  681. By this coup d'?tat, Michimori was reinstated as Echizen no Kami (Governor of Echizen).
  682. By this description, it is known that Sakamoto-jo Castle had a tenshu (main keep or tower of a castle), and it is considered that the construction of a tenshu was well under way by January 1573 after the construction of the Castle started.
  683. By this description, the theory that the grudge caused the war is most common.
  684. By this deterioration of war situation, Hideyoshi had to go out to capture by himself in spite of superiority of force.
  685. By this development of Insei, the power of Sekkanke was weakened remarkably.
  686. By this event, Muramune, both nominally and practically, started on the path to the Sengoku Daimyo (a Warring lord) after gaining a right to rule Harima, Bizen, and Mimasaka Provinces.
  687. By this event, adjustment of traffic facilities in the Rakuhoku area was completed.
  688. By this fact, one theory holds that craftsmen to make Suemura-type Sueki spread out to local areas, whereas the other theory holds that craftsmen in local areas learned how to make Suemura-type Sueki and produced them.
  689. By this great achievement, the Yamana clan was given shugoshiki (post of provincial constable) in the provinces of Bingo, Aki, Iwami, Bizen, Mimasaka, Harima, etc., and regained their glory.
  690. By this interpretation, koans of Kushibussho became one of the representative oriental thoughts, becoming well known in the world of thought as to the typical zen mondo (Zen riddle).
  691. By this law, the bakufu secured the grounds for legally regulating the act of the imperial court and the law defined the relationships between the imperial court and the bakufu throughout the Edo period.
  692. By this ordinance, the bakufu prohibited the influential families from collecting taxes from the doso and sakaya, except for such taxes as the miki no tsukasa paid to the Court, instead, the bakufu imposed an annual payment of 6,000 kan on the doso and sakaya.
  693. By this period, the right to cultivate by sakunin (local cultivators) was established as saku-shiki (the right of the cultivator), and the formation of soson (a community consisting of peasants' self-governing association) began to appear.
  694. By this point, SAKUMA had taken command of the biggest army among the Oda family in the Kinki region, and taking account of the fact that he had been a senior member since Nobunaga's succession, he was in a position which was called the "vice-president of Oda Joint-Stock Corporation," as novelist Yo TSUMOTO says.
  695. By this point, four distinct groups had taken shape: Shinzei's branch of the Fujiwara clan, the Nijo faction, Goshirakawa's Insei faction, and the Taira clan.
  696. By this reason, he gradually deepened the political confrontation between FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa, his nephew who aimed to put up the Imperial Prince Michiyasu (later the Emperor Montoku).
  697. By this rebellion, Koreharu-jo Castle and nearby spots bailed out of the dominion of Ezo for many years but were conquered again later.
  698. By this reform the right of private ownership of land was established for the first time in Japan; for this reason this land-tax reform had the aspect of the land system reform.
  699. By this remodeling the coal hold was divided into a drying room and a coal room in order to store various kinds of freight and the vessel was named the Irtysh after the Irtysh River (the total length: 4,248 km), a tributary on the left bank of the Ob River in Western Siberia.
  700. By this shift, the section was moved to the current course.
  701. By this standard, the same karat as keicho-gin, which was 80% of the cupellated silver, was 1.1X0.800.88 where it was bought by 0.88 of the weighted value of chogin..
  702. By this teaching, a belief in the Hokke-kyo sutra spread among people throughout Japan.
  703. By this time Edo had grown into a large metropolis was referred to in Chinese-style as 'Toto' (literally, Eastern Capital) as described in "Toto Saijiki" (Customs of the Eastern Capital) and 'Higashi Hongan-ji Temple (Taito Ward, Tokyo)' of "Fugaku Sanju Rokkei" (Thirty-six views of Mount Fuji).
  704. By this time Sanetoki was already retired and died.
  705. By this time it had suffered destruction by fire on no less than 4 occasions.
  706. By this time the relationship between the shogun and the Kamakura kubo considerably deteriorated.
  707. By this time, Gunji (local magistrates), Goji (local government officials under the Ritsuryo system), Fumyo (tillers of public rice fields) developed new rice fields, owned these fields, and ensured their power by donating such fields to the influential.
  708. By this time, Ieyasu has fallen down to the position of a vassal under the leadership of Nobunaga although he was not treated as officials who deal with military affairs such as other commanding officers of Oda family or a local governor.
  709. By this time, Morosuke's younger bother Morotada, older brother, FUJIWARA no Saneyori, first son Koretada, had died consecutively and a situation were the aristocrats in the generation of children of Saneyori, Morosuke, Morotada fought amongst themselves to obtain the position as the next maternal relative.
  710. By this time, Oribe had established extensive connections with the imperial court, court nobles, temples and shrines, as well as business groups through tea ceremonies, wielding great influence even on feudal lords around the country.
  711. By this time, according to historical papers, he had already been awarded the Hashiba clan and became Gifu Chunagon.
  712. By this time, he had already joined a court function of the lecture on books about Zen Buddhism and worked hard in Zen training under Mokuin (黙印), a disciple of Daigu Sochiku.
  713. By this time, he had lost much of his physical strength, and it was a great effort for him to stand, much less walk.
  714. By this time, he was up against the wall and isolated.
  715. By this time, his two daughters were born.
  716. By this time, it seems that this building had fallen into disrepair to the considerable degree and that, specifically, due to land subsidence occurred at the southwest corner of the premise, the building was visibly tilting westward.
  717. By this time, it was beginning to be considered the norm to guard the emperor without regard to governmental position, as can be seen in entries such as 'an example of nowadays' in the "Suisa-ki" diary of the kugyo (aristocrats).
  718. By this time, most domains had stopped making counterfeit money.
  719. By this time, the Kanto government had effectively obtained control of Southern Kanto.
  720. By this time, the art school (Kobu Bijutsu Gakko), which taught western painting, had been closed in 1883.
  721. By this time, the company had gained a reputation for its high-quality work.
  722. By this timetable revision, trains headed for the Osaka area came to have long stops in Kizu and Nara.
  723. By this transfer, the role of kokushi became stronger in local administration and the shoen, for which the kokushi approved the tax exemption, also appeared.
  724. By this violent swinging actions, it is said they are trying to cool down Yoryu Kannon's feeling of love toward another kannon bodhisattva living in Kitakannon yama.
  725. By this way they rejected the influence of the shogun trying to reduce the power of the dominant Shugo, and kept the status of kanrei and a dominant Shugo.
  726. By this, Honzon began to be enshrined in each house, and the teaching spread rapidly.
  727. By this, Ichien chigyo was carried out not only from the side of jito but also from the side of shokan (an officer governing shoen (manor)) and ryoke (a lord of manor) toward the direction that it would tend to remove interference from honjo (proprietor of guarantor of manor) and jito (manager and lord of manor).
  728. By this, Yashotara (Yashodhara), Shaka's ex-wife, Bhadraa-Kapilaanii, ex-wife of Daikasho (Mahakasyapa), and Sama (Ksemaa) who was the princess of Bimbisara, Sister Uppalavanna and others became priestesses one after another and established a priestess group.
  729. By this, he succeeded in combining ancient practices of Ononomiya-ryu and formed the Mido-ryu practices.
  730. By this, he was totally able to avoid the labor of arranging words of enormous Dutch in the order of ABC.
  731. By this, it suddenly gained a wide range of supports and bolstered the party's strength, which had been behind the Liberal party.
  732. By this, national higher middle schools (precursor to higher schools under the old system) were established in each of the five school districts throughout Japan as well as in Yamaguchi and Kagoshima.
  733. By this, the Emperor Junnin was decrowned and exiled to Awaji.
  734. By this, the Ishibashi-Shionomatsu clan ended and the Shionomatsu clan after that meant the Ouchi clan.
  735. By this, the Miyoshi's government, which controlled the central government over 20 years, collapsed in just 2 weeks.
  736. By this, the gozokus' government over the land and people were denied and the unitary government over the land and people by the central government was established.
  737. By those efforts, the value of Dajokan-satsu became almost the same as that of specie money in 1870, regaining its trust.
  738. By today's astronomical calculations, however, these eclipses were actually only partial solar eclipses (though nearly full) over Kyushu Island and the whole Kinai District, both of which are presumed to be important territories within the Yamatai Kingdom.
  739. By tradition of Mushanokoji-senke, its iemoto takes over the real name of 'Soshu' ICHIO, whereas, koshi (the successor) of iemoto is referred to as 'Soya' and the retired iemoto is referred to as 'Soan,' the real name of GENPAKU.
  740. By tradition of Omote-senke, its iemoto takes over the real name of KOSHIN that is 'Sosa,' whereas, koshi (the successor) of iemoto is referred to as 'Soin' and the retired iemoto is referred to as 'Sotan,' the real name of GENPAKU.
  741. By train
  742. By train and by bus:
  743. By train or bus
  744. By train:
  745. By train: Get off at Mineyama Station on the Kitakinki Tango Railway, transfer to the Tango Kairiku Kotsu Bus, get off at Kyoso and walk for five minutes.
  746. By train: approximately 600 meters east of Ichijoji Station on the Eizan Electric Railway.
  747. By training according to the teaching, anybody can achieve enlightenment.
  748. By transcribing information to be handed down, preciseness of the information can be improved while the risk of information leak is increased.
  749. By turning it over, cover the ingredients with the dough and scallop it by strengthening the heat a little.
  750. By unexpected mistakes, they sleep with each other's wife.
  751. By using Funori, some weight is added to the fabric, the original colors are not damaged and fabrics are less prone to staining due to the low decompositability and fermentability of Funori (salicylic acid enhances these properties).
  752. By using an eight track tape and arranging the song to adjust the length of it, it became possible to record many songs on a single tape and cueing the next song as quickly as possible.
  753. By using an extremely small room from six to four and half, and two jo, the tea ceremony, the spirituality of which was enhanced, came to be held.
  754. By using gelatin instead of Japan agar, it becomes marshmallow.
  755. By using hoben, Hairyu no gi (comparing two things, abolishing one and allowing the other to flourish), which enlightens the truth, must be known very well.
  756. By using the card thus issued, a user passes through the gate that is similar to an automatic ticket gate at a train station.
  757. By using thicker concentration of Yakiba-tsuchi soil, for quenching, on the Shinogichi (ridge line), when cooling rapidly by Yaki-ire, the blade side is quickly cooled and quenched completely, and the Mune side is cooled relatively slowly and not fully quenched.
  758. By using this authority, he relieved Takayori ROKKAKU of the Shugo of Omi Province, and appointed Mochikiyo KYOGOKU instead to the same position in May.
  759. By using this donation, the town built the first community center in Japan in 1941.
  760. By using this payment as a financial source, Japan regained the gold standard system, which was its long-cherished wish.
  761. By using traitors, Fukei successfully subdued the enemy troops and killed HOZUMI no Momotari and captured HOZUMI no Ioe and MONONOBE no Himuka.
  762. By utilizing connections with Takamitsu, with whom he got acquainted, Kokei was able to obtain support from Keisho-in and her son, Shogun Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA.
  763. By utilizing his immense influence, the zuryo was able to accumulate immense wealth.
  764. By utilizing the property of baking soda, which can dissolve protein and soften ingredients, it serves to soften the koya-dofu.
  765. By utilizing the property of highly absorbent ammonia, the time needed to reconstitute the koya-dofu is shortened.
  766. By utilizing these cars, the Osaka Railway Bureau began to operate seven-car trains all day long like at present in 1963 (four-car trains were still operated during the daytime, and all trains became a seven-car train as of March 15, 1972).
  767. By utilizing this chronology in the type, the phase of the mirror discovered in the tumulus made it possible to judge if the tumulus is chronologically old.
  768. By varying the shape of the oral cavity, the volume of breath and the like, the tone can be modulated so as to produce tone colors traversing harmonic structures such as soft tones, round tones, and so on.
  769. By viewing this mukaebi from a distance, the other villagers, aside from the young men, join in welcoming their ancestors' souls.
  770. By virtue of various pattern and design added on Uchiwa fan, Uchiwa fan is used as a tool for various purposes such as a fashion tool for introducing Japanese special feature, an advertising tool for business and others, and a ritual tool for showing 'heraldic emblem and family crest.'
  771. By warding off the opponent's direction of attack with unique body movements such as 'irimi' (entering straight into a technique) and 'tenkan' (entering indirectly into a technique) while simultaneously functioning within the opponent's blind spot, one maintains the position and posture to one's advantage.
  772. By way of excuse, some say that the reason why the process of "aruten" presents a generally negative image is mainly because of the negative legacy from the past age.
  773. By weighing fundo (counterweight used in currency exchange), we know that 1 kan in the Edo period was set at 3.746 to 3.747 kilograms.
  774. By what means, and to whom, then, do you intend to convey your will?'
  775. By writing wishes on tanzaku (strips of colored paper) and hanging them on bamboo branches is a common practice around the nation.
  776. By-product
  777. Byakko-ike Pond
  778. Byakko-tai (a military unit in Aizu Domain)
  779. Byakko: monkey, ko (庚), metal (yang), fall, southwest
  780. Byakkoshin is thought to be an Indian God that was enshrined within the Kozan-ji Temple shrine along with Zenmyoshin (Chinese God) and Kasuga-Myojin (Japanese God).
  781. Byaku Renge (white lotus)
  782. Byakue Costumes (for pilgrimage)
  783. Byakue costumes are white jackets worn when people make pilgrimage of sacred ground.
  784. Byakugo-ji Temple
  785. Byakugoji-cho, Nara City
  786. Byakui
  787. Byakuren YANAGIHARA, 'Princess of Tsukushi Province,' was one of her (Ms. Naruko YANAGIHARA) nieces.
  788. Byakuren-sha of Eon, Zenkan Nenbutsu (禅観念仏) of Jimin, etc.
  789. Byakushibutsu (辟支仏) is an old translation, which was a transliteration of the original Sanskrit word or of its colloquial language form.
  790. Byeongin Persecution
  791. Byname
  792. Byobu (folding screen) with 'Kacho-zu' (flowers and birds) (1823) owned by the Tokyo National Museum
  793. Byobu Dodai (rough drafts of calligraphical renditions of Chinese poems that were to be used on folding screens in the Imperial Palace) : Preserved at the Sannomaru-shozokan (Museum of the Imperial Collections).
  794. Byobu nozoki
  795. Byobu nozoki (literally, a voyeur at a folding screen) is one of Japanese yokai (specters, monsters, spirits and ghosts) drawn in Sekien TORIYAMA's yokai art collection book "Konjaku Hyakki Shui" (Supplement to The Hundred Demons from the Present and the Past).
  796. Byobu-Iwa (sheer [perpendicular] cliff) (20 meters in height, 87 meters in width)
  797. Byobu-Iwa (sheer cliff)
  798. Byodo gakkyo (The Sutra on the Equal Enlightenment)
  799. Byodo-in Temple
  800. Byodo-in Temple (double with Jodo-shu)
  801. Byodo-in Temple Garden
  802. Byodo-in Temple Gardens (Designated a Historic Site/Place of Scenic Beauty on March 8, 1922)
  803. Byodo-in Temple Hoodo (Phoenix Hall), Chuson-ji Temple Konjikido (Golden Hall), Shiramizu Amidado Hall, Fuki-ji Temple Odo Hall
  804. Byodo-in Temple in Kyoto Prefecture (within the Hosho-kan, the hanging bell in the bell tower is a replica)
  805. Byodo-in Temple is a temple connected to the Fujiwara clan located in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  806. Byodo-in Temple is currently under the joint management of the Jodo Sect Jodo-in Temple and the Tendai Sect Saisho-in Temple (both located to the west of the Ho-o-do hall).
  807. Byodo-in Temple's Ho-o-do hall is displayed on the Japanese 10 yen coin and Bank of Japan notes feature the Chinese Phoenix statues that adorn the roof of Ho-o-do hall.
  808. Byodo-in Temple: Hoo-do (the phoenix hall) (four buildings including the side towers and the back tower)
  809. Byodo-in type (one variety of hexagonal-shaped ishi-doro deriving from the one donated to Byodo-in Temple by FUJIWARA no Yorimichi during the Heian period)
  810. Byodo-ji Temple (Sakurai City)
  811. Byodo-ji Temple (Shimogyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City)
  812. Byodo-ji Temple (Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City)
  813. Byodo-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple belonging to the Chisan School of the Shingon Sect located in Shimogyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City.
  814. Byodo-ji Temple, Mt. Miwa
  815. Byodo-ji Temple, like other temples in Yamato Province, was a branch of Kofuku-ji Temple.
  816. Byodo-o: Kannon Bosatsu (Guanyin, the bodhisattva associated with compassion)
  817. Byodoin Temple
  818. Byodoin Temple Museum Hoshokan
  819. Byodoin Temple Museum Hoshokan is a museum located in the grounds of Byodoin Temple in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  820. Byodoin Temple: Special postcard gift
  821. Byodoin-Temple
  822. Byohoin Temple was built by FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, based on Jodo-shiso.
  823. Byoin (hospitals) and Iin (clinics).
  824. Byoin Konai (University Hospital Campus)
  825. Byojo can be on either the front or back of the instrument but decorated when on the front.
  826. Byojo-jinja Shrine (Kenabayasuo no mikoto)
  827. Byosho Roku Shaku (1.8 meter sickbed)
  828. Byosho-ei
  829. Byoto (the mausoleum tower) is said to be the tomb of Shobo.
  830. Bypassing cities and towns
  831. B♭/A♯
  832. C
  833. C convex shape.
  834. C-3PO and R2-D2 (Star Wars series)
  835. C-dori Street, D-agaru:
  836. C. J. PEDERSEN
  837. C11-type (C11 190,227)
  838. C11-type (C11 325)
  839. C12-type (C12 66)
  840. C57 type (C57 1)
  841. C: Dressing room and entrance: Some public bathhouses are equipped with a resting room just before the dressing room.
  842. C?o T?ngji? experienced occupation of three provinces in the northeastern China by Russia after Giwadan War and "万国公法釋義" was prepared by adding annotation to "Bankoku Koho" with the aim of protecting the nation with international law.
  843. CAO Pi declared that 'writing is an important affair for governing a nation and its grandeur would last for good. '
  844. CD: Masaki MATSUBARA with Tsuyoshi KON sittin' in "The Guitar Bros" (Victor Entertainment VICL-69096)
  845. CD: Nohgaku theatre "Yuya," Columbia Music Entertainment: Nearly all the music is included, in Noh performance style.
  846. CER (Certified Emission Reduction) - credit issued in CDM.
  847. CHIISAKOBE no Sahichi
  848. CHIISAKOBE no Sahichi (year of birth unknown - July or August, 672) was active in the Asuka period of Japan.
  849. CHIKAMATSU had a good reputation for this play, in which the weakness and lingering affection of Shunkan, who remained in the island on his own will, but suddenly, he started to scream as soon as the boat departed, was depicted, without ending the story at the time Shunkan decided to remain in the island.
  850. CHIN Nakei was a priest from Sung who reconstructed the Great Buddha of Todai-ji Temple.
  851. CHO Ko (scientist), SAI Yo and CHO Ki in the Later Han Dynasty, YO Shu, KAN Han and Keiko in Wei, ZHUGE Liang in Shoku (Shu), TAI Ki, WANG Xizhi and GU Kaizhi in the Eastern Jin are examples of such Bunjin good at paintings.
  852. CHON Yon Haku's translation and YU Gyon's three-volume translation "Iyagi, Tale of Genji" (Nanamu publisher, 2000) are currently available.
  853. CI-CA area
  854. CM (commercial messages)
  856. COE Formation for Genomic Analysis of Disease Model Animals with Multiple Genetic Alterations
  857. COE Formation in Frontier Life Sciences by Unifying Interactions
  858. COE Programs for 21st Century
  859. COE for Interfaces for Advanced Economic Analysis
  860. COE for Microbial-Process Development Pioneering Future Production Systems
  861. COE for Research and Education of Fundamental Technologies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  862. COE for a United Approach to New Materials Science
  863. CTC was introduced on the Kameyama-Kizu section.
  864. CTC was introduced on the Nagoya-Kameyama section.
  865. CUMULUS is an international art university organization consisting mainly of art and design universities in Europe; its purpose is to encourage collaborative study and industry-university cooperation through means of an organizational network.
  866. Cabaret club, Fashion-health massage, prostitution, brothel where one can bathe with the prostitutes, telephone club (chat line, dating service), couples cafe, and peep room
  867. Cabbage or agedama and so on were included, but soba was not.
  868. Cabbages
  869. Cabinet
  870. Cabinet Office Ordinance on regulation of standard and shape of all decorations and the Collar of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum (Cabinet Office Ordinance No. 54 in 2003)
  871. Cabinet members
  872. Cabinet system
  873. Cable Sakamoto Station
  874. Cable Sakamoto Station - Horaioka Station
  875. Cable Sakamoto Station, a stop on the Sakamoto Cable, is located at the foot of the mountain.
  876. Cable Sakamoto Station, located in Sakamoto-honmachi, Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture, is a stop on the Hieizan Railway Line (Sakamoto Cable) operated by the Hieizan Railway.
  877. Cable Yase Station - Cable Hiei Station
  878. Cable cars
  879. Cable cars are decorated with paintings of animals and pastries.
  880. Cable cars run every 15 minutes and the trip takes 4 minutes.
  881. Cable-Yase Station for the cable-car line operated by Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd.: Three-minute walk from the station
  882. Cadillac (1951 - 1970)
  883. Cafeteria, student store, classrooms, Educational Development Center, Research Support Division, and student lounge
  884. Cafeteria/Kiosk
  885. Cainz Home Ranzan
  886. Cakes called songpyeon are made.
  887. Cakes cooked in natural and artificial molds taste different because the method of baking is different and also the temperature used to bake them is different.
  888. Cakes of the same name
  889. Calcium
  890. Calcium carbonate included in kosa is provided with a neutralization ability.
  891. Calcium oxalate contained in konnyaku plants requires great caution in processing konnyaku (ideally, rubber gloves should be put on).
  892. Calcium sulfate, glucono-delta-lactone and so forth are often used as coagulants in modern-day Japan.
  893. Calcium, magnesium
  894. Calculating methods in other countries
  895. Calculation of World Powers
  896. Calendar-related items such as Shi-gai (辛亥), Kasshi Kakurei (the 1st year of the 60-year cycle in Chinese calendar when changes are often said to happen), and the 24 seasonal datum points, all reveal significant influenced by Dokyo.
  897. Calendars
  898. Calendars adopted in Japan and the starting points of years used in Japan
  899. Calendars were reformed many times over before they were changed to the Gregorian calendar.
  900. California State University, Northridge
  901. California roll: This dish was invented, because sushi became popular in the United States as a healthy food.
  902. California sea lion
  903. Call number: Honkan (Main building)-2A-009-00, Da 00436100
  904. Called "Yamamoto Pro" for short.
  905. Called "devil fish" in England and Germany, it has been anathema to many due to its appearance and has been avoided for consumption, but it is beginning to be consumed at Japanese restaurants such as the sushi shops.
  906. Called 'Ankamonin' after becoming nyoin.
  907. Called 'Tsuji-banashi' (storytelling at crossroads) or 'Karukuchi' (humorous stories), this is believed to have been the origin of rakugo.
  908. Called 'Yakushi Sanzon' like the Honzon in Kon-do Hall in the past, the statues have been called 'Miroku Sanzon' (the Maitreya Triad) in the temple after the reconstruction of Dai-kodo Hall.
  909. Called 'bozu' (kid).
  910. Called Saezuri as well.
  911. Called Sesikara in Kagoshima.
  912. Called Shijo Chunagon (vice-councilor of state of Shijo), he became a Gonchunagon (Acting Great Councillor) with Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  913. Called Shuuken for a long time, he also went by Kyouunshi, Katsuro, and Mukei.
  914. Called as otento-sama generally, the sun is enshrined as a god.
  915. Called crucian seller back, but disappeared into snow pellets (It describes: I tried to call back a crucian seller, but the seller was already out of sight because of snow pellets was falling heavily)
  916. Called fleeting, said to be so, cherry blossoms, even those rare in the year, they wait for
  917. Called fukusa.
  918. Called himself "Tokiwain Kakushu."
  919. Called himself Josai.
  920. Called himself Saigyo after entering priesthood in 1140.
  921. Called himself as Sanuki no sanmi.
  922. Called himself as Sokumyobo Ryogen.
  923. Called tentacle rape, it is recognized today as a scene in cartoons and comics popular among pornography fans.
  924. Calligrapher and shoho (penmanship, calligraphy)
  925. Calligraphers, who were to significantly change calligraphic works later, appeared in the world of calligraphy, weaving through their ways through the political chaos in the period.
  926. Calligraphic Skill Competition in Koyasan
  927. Calligraphic assessment
  928. Calligraphic education
  929. Calligraphic education in schools
  930. Calligraphic samples brought to Japan in this period
  931. Calligraphic samples during this period
  932. Calligraphic samples during this period (during the early Heian period)
  933. Calligraphic samples during this period (during the latter half of the Heian period)
  934. Calligraphic samples during this period (during the middle era of the Heian period)
  935. Calligraphic samples during this period (in the Chinese styles)
  936. Calligraphic samples from this period
  937. Calligraphic samples from this period (in the Japanese styles)
  938. Calligraphic samples in this period
  939. Calligraphic samples using so-gana characters include "ONO no Tofu akihagijo" and "ayajiutagire."
  940. Calligraphic society after the war
  941. Calligraphic styles and ways of writing were dealt with in books such as "Hitsuron"of SO Ki, "Tensei" of SAI Yo and "Hisshinron" of CHO Shi.
  942. Calligraphic styles before the Meiji period (by Hanrei NAKANE)
  943. Calligraphic styles in the Meiji period (by Meikaku KUSAKABE)
  944. Calligraphic works by Zen priests (bokuseki)
  945. Calligraphic works by Zen priests during the Kamakura period were written in Sung style, but were affected by Mofu CHO in Yuan during this period.
  946. Calligraphy
  947. Calligraphy Work
  948. Calligraphy and documents
  949. Calligraphy by Daito Kokushi
  950. Calligraphy by Daito Kokushi (Shuho Myocho)
  951. Calligraphy by Fayun Xianji
  952. Calligraphy by Gulin Qingmao
  953. Calligraphy by Nanbo Shomyo; Buddhist sermon (Tokuji Nishi Kishu)
  954. Calligraphy by Shuho Myocho
  955. Calligraphy by Shuho Myocho; Buddhist sermon (Yoketsuryo Shisho Unnun)
  956. Calligraphy by Wuming Huixing (Important Cultural Property)
  957. Calligraphy during the Kamakura period
  958. Calligraphy forms a harmonious whole with poetry and painting in, for example, "suibokuga" (a monochrome painting in India ink), so these three have been appreciated as an inseparable art, and this is symbolized by the existence of the phrase 'The Three Perfections: Calligraphy, Poetry and Painting.'
  959. Calligraphy history in Japan
  960. Calligraphy history in Japan covers from ancient times to present day.
  961. Calligraphy in Japan started when Chinese characters were brought to Japan.
  962. Calligraphy in Japan started with six-dynasty calligraphy brought from Baekje.
  963. Calligraphy in the six dynasties started and became popular.
  964. Calligraphy of Daito Kokushi
  965. Calligraphy of Sennyu-ji Kanenso is, in both character and Koppo, the gyosho-tai (semi-cursive style of writing) of Kozankoku style, which was popular in Sung.
  966. Calligraphy was the most familiar art to Bunjin and it is no exaggeration to say that there was no Bunjin who did not do calligraphy.
  967. Calligraphy work' refers to Imperial letters, examples of handwriting by well-known calligraphers of Japan and China, ancient writings, ink calligraphy, calligraphy copybooks, and any other written works (in Japan) of historical significance by deceased calligraphers.
  968. Calligraphy work, books: 223
  969. Calligraphy written by Nanpo Jomyo
  970. Calligraphy, "Koshu Saigetsu" (means the moon seen from a lonely boat)
  971. Calligraphy, Kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrines) and Takajo (a hawker) were their family businesses.
  972. Calligraphy.
  973. Calling itself 'Shinjuku Ramen,' Fuka serves a thick seafood type of salt ramen.
  974. Calling looting "Randori," Kuroda named his new theory 'Sudden Attack in Randori-State Theory.'
  975. Calling the Japanese historical research justifying the Japanese rule 'colonial historical view,' South Korean historians/academic societies started their research from the strong criticism of that after Korea's independence.
  976. Calling to the fleeing enemy, "Your clothes are falling apart," to which the enemy turned around and added, "Over the years the threads become entangled and this pains me," which pleased me, and in kindness, I forgave him.
  977. Calls such as 'iyoo,' 'yo,' and 'mouichho' are made before clapping and between clapping sequences before a final clapping sequence.
  978. Calm and dignified expression of middle aged man.
  979. Calm down and take your time to write.'
  980. Cambodia of the Cambodia Kingdom had its capital, Phnom Penh, in an area along the Mekong River.
  981. Cambodia:
  982. Cambodia: Due to the domestic conflict
  983. Came from Eastern Han and came to Japan during Emperor Suiko's era.
  984. Came from Fuqing, Fuzhou, Fujian, he went to Annan and later reached Tonkin.
  985. Came from Tokushima Prefecture.
  986. Came into the possession of Entoku-in Temple during the expulsion of Buddhism in Japan at the beginning of the Meiji era.
  987. Came to the Japanese Imperial Court from Goguryeo in 595 (the 3rd year of Emperor Suiko's era) during the Asuka Period, becoming Shotoku Taishi's instructor for Buppo.
  988. Came to the throne of Emperor Gosaga on January 1242, she was appointed to his Nyogo (imperial consort) on very short notice as an 18 year old, and was promoted to Chugu two months later.
  989. Camellia oil may be used in expensive restaurants and local shops or restaurants.
  990. Camp Okubo, of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF)
  991. Campaign concerning the description of "じょう"
  992. Campaign of the three biggest petitions
  993. Campana' meant 'bell' in Spanish.
  994. Camphor, Camphor Oil
  995. Campus
  996. Campus Life
  997. Campus Plaza Kyoto
  998. Campus calendar
  999. Campus life
  1000. Can collectors

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