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  1. Commencing with the third Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa, an original dance, 'Kyoen Sodefure! (literally, waving sleeves in hot Kyoto),' was introduced.
  2. Commensurate with high economic growth, the Japanese lifestyle has changed; when traditional private houses began rapidly disappearing in the 1960s, the designation of private houses as important cultural properties was accelerated.
  3. Comment
  4. Comment about people around her
  5. Comment of Nizaemon KATAOKA the thirteenth, who played Daihanji
  6. Comment on works of FUTABATEI Shimei
  7. Commentaries
  8. Commentaries by three great scholars of Yuga Esoteric Buddhism in the 8th century, Buddhaguhya, Anandagarbha, and Sakyamitra, remain as translations in Tibetan.
  9. Commentaries on Haikai
  10. Commentaries were later added to 'Kobun' by Ko Ankoku (Kong Anguo) and to 'Kinbun' by Teigen (Zheng Xuan), and both became widely used.
  11. Commentary
  12. Commentary about Nogaku by Kanze Zeami, eight books
  13. Commentary about Nogaku by Konparu Zenchiku, five books
  14. Commenting on the historical and archaeological reliability of identification, the Imperial Household Agency also maintains that sites where mausoleum rituals are performed are imperial mausoleums even if they are wrongly designated as such.
  16. Comments and anecdotes
  17. Comments on this story
  18. Commerce
  19. Commerce and trade
  20. Commerce in wakan
  21. Commerce used to be weak due to the existence of only noncorporate stores, small-scale food supermarket, gas stations and used car dealerships along National Route 1, and used to rely heavily on Uji City and Kyoto City.
  22. Commercial Teacher Training School Attached to Tokyo Higher Commercial School (1899-)=> Commercial Teacher Training School Attached to Tokyo University of Commerce (old system) => abolished on May, 1949.
  23. Commercial and industrial features of the period
  24. Commercial construction
  25. Commercial crops and manufacture
  26. Commercial facilities
  27. Commercial facilities have been developed in front of the station, whereby the convenience of the area has been enhanced.
  28. Commercial facilities were subsequently constructed where the bus stop was once located, and a supermarket is now in business there.
  29. Commercial freight operations between Kizu and Tokuan were abolished.
  30. Commercial message (CM: commercial message) and news paper advertisement
  31. Commercial of 'Tarako, tarako, tarako'
  32. Commercial operation started from April 30, 1991 on the Gakkentoshi Line.
  33. Commercial policy
  34. Commercial products
  35. Commercial seaweed is green, but live seaweed is brown and then turns green when it's blanched.
  36. Commercial ships mainly took the Japan Sea route to avoid the route in the Pacific Ocean.
  37. Commercial sightseeing maps by, for example, Yoshinaga HAYASHI, only described information relating to sightseeing.
  38. Commercialization of obiage was even later in history, probably around 1907 as can be speculated from newspaper advertisement and the like.
  39. Commercialized toys
  40. Commercially Available Amazake
  41. Commercially available daifuku manufactured at factories also have the same tendency.
  42. Commercially sold wooden letters are cut with a jig saw.
  43. Commission
  44. Commissioned Officer: Arisawa UEDA
  45. Commissioned by FUJIWARA no Tadazane, it was written for Toshiyori's daughter as a guidebook on poetic composition.
  46. Commissioned comminity bus services
  47. Commissioned work
  48. Commissioners in those days couldn't have seen them.
  49. Committee of Koyasan Shingon Sect (The Committee, for short)
  50. Committee of the Daigo School of the Shingon Sect
  51. Committing bribery to get Kanshoku is Baikan or Ryokan, the tendency of which was especially seen in the feudal Japan.
  52. Commn name: Roko HAMAMURAYA, 1693 - 1749.
  53. Commoditization of soy-sauce as a product has proceeded, and profits gained from soy-sauce are generally low compared with other foods.
  54. Commodity
  55. Commodore Matthew C. Perry presented a message from the President of the United States to the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), which resulted in a treaty between the United States and the Empire of Japan.
  56. Commodore Matthew Perry of the United States arrived in Japan with a presidential message in 1853 and demanded the establishment of a trade relationship.
  57. Common Method for Making Dried Fish
  58. Common Sudare
  59. Common Taxicab Operators Standard Transportation Clause
  60. Common blue-tongued skink
  61. Common expressions related to tofu
  62. Common feature
  63. Common ground with ancient Shinto
  64. Common ingredients: cabbage (large amount), bean sprouts, bonito powder (fish powder), pork (slices of parts that include relatively much fat in the pork back ribs and so on), yakisoba (mostly ramen), udon, hen's eggs (spread more thinly than sunny-side up eggs).
  65. Common language, and standard dialect
  66. Common law inside the ministries was already accepted as law, since the Nara period, through terms like rei and gyoji.
  67. Common name for Emperor Suzaku after abdicating the throne in "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji).
  68. Common name is Kokingo.
  69. Common name of trains running in the suburbs of city (national trains) in the era of Japan National Railway.
  70. Common name was 'Baikaku Shoroku' (the kanji used for 'roku' was either 緑 or 録).
  71. Common name was Hanbei.
  72. Common name was Hikojiro and later changed to Emon.
  73. Common name was Shinsuke (also written as "新介" instead of "新助"), and Shinzaemon.
  74. Common name was Teisuke (禎助).
  75. Common name: Juntaro, Real name: Moriyuki
  76. Common name: Mebae Association
  77. Common name: Roko OJI, 1741 - 1773.
  78. Common name: Roko SARUYA.
  79. Common name: Roko SENJO, 1751 - 1810
  80. Common name: Roko TAMON.
  81. Common oshibori
  82. Common people attacked the troops of Korea, Ming and Japan disorderly looking for food and the latter, which suffered short supply of food, conducted local procurement from common people of Korea.
  83. Common people who lived by the roads who were afraid of the authoritative procession shut their doors and kept inside as the procession passed by.
  84. Common pheasant
  85. Common points in European shoens
  86. Common points of the four Sanboku-Isso:
  87. Common side dishes (known as 'tsuma' for sashimi) include vegetables such as daikon (Japanese radish), green shiso (Japanese basil) leaves and Glehnia littoralis, as well as seaweeds such as wakame and Meristotheca papulosa.
  88. Common tane in traditional tempura includes shrimp, squid, eggplant, sweet pepper, sweet potato, and kabocha squash (pumpkin), and the greatest benefits are to enjoy seasonal ingredients without particularly limiting kinds of tane.
  89. Common themes are found in "Yamato Monogatari" (the Tales of Yamamoto) that was completed slightly later (in ca. 950).
  90. Common toilets for males and females are situated at the south end of the platform for trains bound for Yase-Hieizanguchi Station/Kurama Station.
  91. Common usage
  92. Common view
  93. Common ways to react to the boke comic's jokes are to slap or hit the boke person's head with a light item or to hit the chest of the boke person with the back of his/her hand.
  94. Common yorishiro (object representative of a divine spirit) includes branches or bundles of branches put in Minakuchi, flowers, and stones.
  95. Commoner culture during the Muromachi period
  96. Commoner, Kakae-Hinin, Eta became homeless because of economic hardships.
  97. Commoners
  98. Commoners still wore fundoshi (rokushaku fundoshi) and mizugoromo as swimwear.
  99. Commoners who were unsatisfied with the judgments of the local officials attacked the church, its priest, and believers, and often tried to resolve the situation with violence.
  100. Commoners wore it only on ceremonial occasions, but depending on the clan, whether one could wear it or not indicated the status of the village officers.
  101. Commonly called 'Torodo.'
  102. Commonly called 'Zoku Ujkiyoe Ruiko (the sequel of biographies and background of Ukiyoe artists) and is maintained today as a precious material on Ukiyoe also for the study of historical artifacts and documents.
  103. Commonly called En no Gyoja, he is thought as the founder of Shugendo (Japanese ascetic and shamanistic practice in mountainous sites).
  104. Commonly called Shinemon.
  105. Commonly called Sozaemon.
  106. Commonly chagama is placed directly onto a hearth, but there is also a small chagama, which are hanged to a chain suspended from ceiling.
  107. Commonly guests appreciate from the front when chagama is off the hearth at charcoal temae.
  108. Commonly he was called Yojin, Gyobu, and Sama.
  109. Commonly it is a rectangular cloth, which can wrap the waist one and half way round, and has a string attached to it (as an exception, yujo (a prostitute) used the one without a string).
  110. Commonly it is referred to 'the Sino-Japanese Agreement on Machuria and Kando' or 'the Kando Agreement' which was concluded on September 4, 1909.
  111. Commonly it is said that Yoritomo's appointment to Seii taishogun opened the Kamakura bakufu.
  112. Commonly known as 'Hayaraigo.'
  113. Commonly known as Great Saiin (an unmarried princess who, in former times, was sent by the emperor to serve at Kamo Shrine).
  114. Commonly known as Nochi no Chusho o, or Chigusa dono and Rokujo no miya.
  115. Commonly known as Oribe.
  116. Commonly known as Yukimyojin.
  117. Commonly known as"Kobei FUDEYA"or "FUDE Ko" for short.
  118. Commonly thought to be born on July 12, 1871 in present day Anao, Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture, as Kisaburo UEDA, the first son of the Ueda family of farmers, but some say he was in fact born the previous year, in 1870.
  119. Commonly used name: Magotaro Nanboku
  120. Commonly, "montsuki" means the latter but does not include "haori" (a Japanese half-coat), "kamishimo" (samurai costume, or old ceremonial costume) or a woman's kimono.
  121. Commonly, Chinese people called Yomi as Kosen (Chinese: Hu?ng qu?n) in Chinese reading style.
  122. Commonly, Kyoho Reforms, Kansei Reforms, and Tenpo Reforms are called Three Big Reforms under the Edo bakufu, and besides, large-scale financial and institutional reforms were implemented many times.
  123. Commonly, Wakamurasaki refers to Murasaki no ue in her infancy.
  124. Commonly, from the perspective of art history, the term until around A.D. 894 (the year that the dispatch of the Japanese envoy to Tang-dynasty China was ended) is called the Heian period's former half, and the term after the year is called the Heian period's latter half (or the Fujiwara period).
  125. Commonly, the agar is then placed in a device called "tentsuki" which squeezes out and cuts the agar into thin, threadlike shapes (like noodles).
  126. Commotion after the war
  127. Communal bathhouses resembling temples and shrines are seen nationwide.
  128. Communal baths are usual.
  129. Communication facilities of the local government and communications companies
  130. Communication with other organizations in Japan and abroad which share the same purpose.
  131. Communication: Express messenger system
  132. Community Bus Yawata
  133. Community activities
  134. Community broadcast station
  135. Community buses operated by Shijonawate City
  136. Commuter Limited Express
  137. Commuter Limited Express/Limited Express/Rapid Express
  138. Commuter Limited Express/Rapid Express
  139. Commuter Limited Express/Rapid Express/Semi Express/Local
  140. Commuter passes are not sold.
  141. Commuter train, private car, bus (transportation facility), taxi, limousine, chauffeur service, motorbike, bicycle, and wheelchair
  142. Compact car
  143. Compact discs and cassettes of recorded rakugo stage performances are on the market, and some people have recorded rakugo aired on the radio on media such as cassettes and minidiscs.
  144. Companies
  145. Companies and Restaurants
  146. Companies headquartered in Seika-cho
  147. Companies in Shiga Prefecture with their headquarters in Kyoto, and Kyoto branches of big enterprises with their headquarters in other cities often regard areas including Shiga as their business area.
  148. Companies in the city
  149. Companies in the town
  150. Companies possessing research and development sites in the city
  151. Companies which had employed decchi apprentices changed them into employees.
  152. Company Commander: Takeshiro NAGAYAMA
  153. Company History and Commemorative Books
  154. Company Name Fukujuen CO., LTD
  155. Company Timeline
  156. Company in the supermarket business
  157. Company listed in the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Osaka Securities Exchange: major business lines are electric wires and cables.
  158. Company listed in the Jasdaq Securities Exchange, Inc. which produces malic and citric acid, and is ranked as one of the biggest chemical makers.
  159. Company logo indicating lamp
  160. Company logo indicating lamps that are spiral-shaped (generally called "den-den shape") or Japanese lantern-shaped are only available for privately owned taxis.
  161. Company manufacturing Borraginol known as hemorrhoidal preparation, has its head office in Fukuchiyama City and also has another head office for operational base in Chuo Ward, Osaka City (Osaka City).
  162. Company name : Hokutan Railway Co., Ltd.
  163. Company name: Etona Eiga-sha
  164. Company names beginning with 'Nihonkai'
  165. Company outings' are already extinct in many companies.
  166. Company outline
  167. Company which used to be listed in the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Osaka Securities Exchange, but was delisted due to accounting fraud performed to hide deficits.
  168. Company wholly owned by Kawai Trading, Ltd., which has a long history being established back in February 1, 1915.
  169. Company wholly owned by Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited, which produces and ships over-the-counter medicines to all of Japan including the vitamin mixture Alinamin, and the cold medicine known as Benza Block, etc. which are sold by Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited.
  170. Company's Profile
  171. Comparable to popular Amezaiku, which was candy craft made from taffy, Bekkoame candy was made by molding melted candy into various flat shapes and sold.
  172. Comparative Mythology
  173. Comparative chart of the years of his reign and the Christian years
  174. Comparative influences from abroad
  175. Comparative table
  176. Comparative table of the length of reign and western calendar
  177. Comparatively speaking, because a suikinkutsu has smaller volume and better sound quality, it was quite commonly installed in private houses.
  178. Compared to "Okagami" (The Great Mirror)," Eiga Monogatari" has less of a critical spirit, and it treats the narrative as being so important that the descriptions are often inconsistent with history.
  179. Compared to 'Yabusame,' the Kasagake form of archery is considered more like actual combat.
  180. Compared to Hauta, Kouta and the like, the Nagauta genre developed as a lengthened form of the shamisen accompanied song performed in the areas of Kyoto and Osaka in the early Edo period.
  181. Compared to Jomon man, characteristics of Yayoi man were; a slightly elongated face with a flat orbital cavity at nose, and have flat and undefined features.
  182. Compared to Miyoshi's, Hatakeyama's chain of command was not unified, as various leaders of local clans and samurai lords joined the force independently.
  183. Compared to Surutto KANSAI, the J-Thru card or the ICOCA card can be used widely in the West Japan Railway Company (JR West Japan) within Shiga Prefecture. (however, no bus company accepts the J-Thru card or ICOCA card in Shiga Prefecture).
  184. Compared to brown rice cooked in a pressure cooker, it has a light taste which goes well with accompanying dishes as a staple food.
  185. Compared to dances in kabuki, kamigatamai is more simple and abstract.
  186. Compared to earlier periods, Kansai Kabuki has revived to certain extent as seen in the increase in the number of performances, fostering of human resources and improvement of staging equipment.
  187. Compared to foreign comics such as American comics and bande dessinee in the French-speaking countries, Japanese comics have different characteristics like monochrome expression, distinctive deformation and well-written plot.
  188. Compared to golden yellow, this color is less often an object of appreciation.
  189. Compared to his rivals in the same generation, belonging to the so called modern school (Tadashi SAWASHIMA, Yasuzo MASUMURA, Ko NAKAHIRA, etc.), it can be said that he lived a considerably happy movie life in a sense.
  190. Compared to it, the Genpei War seemed to last only an instant.
  191. Compared to kojimuro, however, as strict control is not required, certain breweries allow visitors to enter.
  192. Compared to mai-goto, hataraki-goto has features that it contains many gallant and vigorous movements on the whole.
  193. Compared to many Chinese Soto whose top storey one can climb up to, Japanese wooden Sanjunoto do not allow one to climb, because they are not precisely three-storey in a modern sense, but they have complicated timberworks inside supporting the eaves.
  194. Compared to mountainous areas, thatched roofs decreased earlier in areas where typhoons are severe because thatched roofs cannot withstand strong winds.
  195. Compared to other areas, the provinces of the Kanto region had far more gokenin, with the highest count (approximately 80) identified in Musashi Province and several dozen known to reside in each of the other provinces.
  196. Compared to other foot soldiers a larger number of nagae ashigaru personnel was mobilized during wartime.
  197. Compared to other martial arts, spirituality is valued, and it's believed that the spiritual state can be seen in the techniques.
  198. Compared to other percussion instruments, it is stronger than other musical instruments, such as drums.
  199. Compared to other private schools such as Keio Gijuku and Waseda vocational school, this school is so small.'
  200. Compared to other works of that period, "Kojidan" doesn't show such a great reverence for the past.
  201. Compared to other yakuza films such as "Chivalry films" and "historical films," it had a great entertainment aspect.
  202. Compared to rice miso and barley miso, it is less sweet and has a nasty bitter taste and strong umami, which are distinguishing characteristics of soybean red miso.
  203. Compared to rice straw, however, it is less permeable and absorbs less odor, and the unique odor tends to become stronger.
  204. Compared to shamisen, which was musically associated with love and red-light districts, the sound of so was considered to match the bright, fresh mindset of the era.
  205. Compared to single sonae, it was possible for them to be more flexible in taking tactical actions.
  206. Compared to tea ceremony that use kodana, which is the most common style, there are different ways of handling hishaku (ladle for scooping hot/cold water), futaoki, and kensui.
  207. Compared to tea leaves that have been crumpled while being dried in a machine, it has a better fragrance, less bitterness and a lighter taste.
  208. Compared to the Anamushi-toge Pass (north of Mt. Nijo or Futakamiyama) at an altitude of about 150 meters, the Takenouchi-toge Pass (south of Mt. Nijo) was at an altitude of about 300 meters and moreover, the latter is farther to the south by several kilometers).
  209. Compared to the Itasando of Japanese style, it was an new technique that greatly trimmed down the weight.
  210. Compared to the Kyogoku school, the Reizei school did not produce any poems worthy of mention in terms of poetic style, but they were esteemed by the major poetic school from which they broke off, the Nijo school, for the pedigree of their master family alone.
  211. Compared to the Sanjo-ohashi Bridge and the Gojo-ohashi Bridge that served as terminals of main roads in the early-modern times, Shijo-ohashi Bridge was an approach to Yasaka-jinja Shrine and a relatively small bridge, because it was not under control of the Shogunate.
  212. Compared to the Shinden-zukuri, the character of the Shoin-zukuri was the functional structure of being able to divide the inside space into large and small rooms for each purpose, changing a large hall to one for multipurpose.
  213. Compared to the Shinpukuji bon, there are many missing sections and the handwriting is extravagant and unrestrained; later corrections and additions stand out dramatically from the rest of the text, and many sections actually differ in content as well.
  214. Compared to the Yonin post and the Banto post, the status level depended on the domain.
  215. Compared to the Zushoryo version, there are big differences both in the main text and kunten.
  216. Compared to the deep and grim "Choan Murai," it has much simpler plot, is cheerful, is filled with sophistication and entertainment, and is a piece that displayed skills of Mokuami who had full knowledge of a difference in the artistic style beween Kodanji and Kikugoro.
  217. Compared to the development of comic work itself, criticism remains relatively undeveloped.
  218. Compared to the development of the railway system, the development of the highway system attracted much less attention during the period of Japanese rule.
  219. Compared to the existing works of his brothers, his works suggest that he did not have a gift for painting and that he seemed to be harassed by Tanyu in various ways.
  220. Compared to the fabric using silk yarn from hon mayu, which has the luster of its own, tsumugi has the dimmer luster and small bumps on the surface, which makes it have the unique feel.
  221. Compared to the haikai (seventeen-syllable verse), changes to the traditional and aristocratic waka were slow.
  222. Compared to the old chronology, it is regarded that, on the whole, the new chronology is more reasonable.
  223. Compared to the other shichido which were set in the Ritsuryo period, this administrative division was set much later along with the Kingdom of Ryukyu (Okinawa) which became a province after the time of subordination to the Satsuma domain.
  224. Compared to the previous period's pottery, this period's (called "Yayoi-shiki doki" [Yayoi pottery]) became sophisticated in shape and moderate in decoration.
  225. Compared to the profound Gidayu-bushi, their characteristic is the witty and polished style of art, and Kiyomoto-bushi additionally possesses a sensitive flavor.
  226. Compared to the steamboat on the ocean, the steam locomotive was called "Oka Joki." (literally mean, the "steam locomotive on the ground")
  227. Compared to the time of Zeami when noh schools received support from high-ranking samurai families and nobles, noh schools in the time of Nobumitsu received less support and were forced to perform more frequently in provinces where audiences preferred spectacle to yugen.
  228. Compared to the time when the introduction of a printing machine was decided, a political crackdown on Christians was stepped up.
  229. Compared to this, sake breweries which thought that wooden barrel brewing was a traditional brewing method and that the flavor of sake brewed in it was also attractive, revived wooden barrel brewing in the Heisei period.
  230. Compared with "Nihon Shoki," however, Shoku Nihongi is considered much more reliable.
  231. Compared with 'Kawachibon,' the present 'Aobyoshibon' has many incompatible parts, and 'Kawachibon' helps make them coherent.
  232. Compared with Japanese amezaiku, it tend to emphasize gloss or luster like a glass rather than coloring.
  233. Compared with Kansaifu-okonomiyaki, it has more amounts of "thickener" such as flour and so on.
  234. Compared with Konparu-ryu, the way of handling bachi (drumstick) is linear and its tegumi (the rhythmic patterns of sound combinations of instrument and human voice) is rather quiet, and it is said that it keeps old style.
  235. Compared with Ogasawara school with a history of about 900 years, Heki school is new with a history of about 500 years.
  236. Compared with Rokudo, nirvana can be understood as a more psychological notion.
  237. Compared with Yamazakura and Edohigan, which can live for several hundred years, there are fewer old trees.
  238. Compared with a tenshu, the structure of a yagura was poor in general, and thinner components were used.
  239. Compared with civil officers in Kyoto, such as OE no Hiromoto, MIYOSHI no Yasunobu, and Yukimasa NIKAIDO, he was not a top class official of administrative affairs, but always served Yoritomo as bugyonin and yuhitsu (amanuensis).
  240. Compared with dumplings from tea houses and dumpling stores, taste of which is best on the day they are made, the dumplings sold widely tend to be too sweet.
  241. Compared with haikai, which had been just generated, waka was traditional Japanese culture that had continued since Jodai (ancient times); therefore, its degree of innovation was suppressed.
  242. Compared with having only alcohol, drinking with food slows down alcohol absorption, which saves a drinker from feeling sick and having a hangover.
  243. Compared with high-quality coins issued during the era of the Northern Sung Dynasty, such as Kaigen-tsuho during the Tang Dynasty, they were as small as the present five-yen coin, with some of them as thin as an eggshell, and were made unevenly.
  244. Compared with his elder brother Tameuji, his position in the world of tanka poetry was low.
  245. Compared with his father Yorifusa and his contemporary daimyo lords, he had a rather poor family relationship although he lived a long life.
  246. Compared with juni-hitoe (twelve-layered ceremonial kimono) worn by nyobo (a court lady) who mainly worked as a brainworker in the same inner palace, the Uneme costume was short-length, allowing mobility for Uneme who worked while walking around.
  247. Compared with kaku-kanten, hoso-kanten requires less pain in the freezing process.
  248. Compared with other Kansai areas, this form of respectful expression is more mundanely used in Kyoto, but with less degrees of respect.
  249. Compared with other countries' martial arts, it is quite characteristic of jujutsu to have many ryugi (schools) which emphasize both capturing the opponent without killing (or injuring) him or her and defense (the art of self-defense).
  250. Compared with other daruma dolls, they have facial features, 'fair complexion,' 'high nasal height,' and 'auspicious expression,' and are shipped all around the nation, especially throughout the Kanto region including Kawasaki-daishi Temple, and Taishakuten Temple, known by the name of 'Koshigaya Daruma.'
  251. Compared with other lines, this line provides a relatively large number of special trains, but in recent years the number of special trains has decreased.
  252. Compared with other musical instruments used in gagaku, Ryuteki flute has a wide range (the distance from the lowest to the highest pitch it can play) of 2 octaves (from E5 to D7).
  253. Compared with other stations on different lines in Kyoto City and the terminal stations in other large cities, Karasuma Chuo-guchi is distinguished by its spacious terminal for buses and cabs.
  254. Compared with other stringed instruments such as the biwa (the Japanese lute), there is little original solo material in the sanxian's repertoire.
  255. Compared with other types, the main feature of this yamakasa is that it is made to be seen from all sides.
  256. Compared with shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lord as provincial constable) in the Muromachi period, daimyo in the sengoku period centralized control of territories, which were not under the influence of the central government.
  257. Compared with the Chinese view of the world which distinguish "ka" (the Chinese) from "i" (barbarians), this world view is very open.
  258. Compared with the Goseibai-shikimoku, which was the fundamental law for warriors, the Kenmu Code showed the governing philosophy of the warrior government, although it is said that it was neither legally binding nor a revision of the Goseibai-shikimoku (which it regarded as the fundamental law).
  259. Compared with the Kanze school, the characteristics of the school are using their sticks softly and using many kakegoe (calls) during the play.
  260. Compared with the Shitenno-zo (Image of the four guardian kings) of Todai-ji Kaidan-in, which is known as a masterpiece of molding, they are formed with a little emphasis on formality including kacchu (armor); therefore, they are believed to have been made later in the period than the images of Todai-ji Temple.
  261. Compared with the Tokiwainomiya family, it seems that the Kideranomiya family was valued less.
  262. Compared with the Wakoku army, the success rate of voyage for the Kentoshi ship dispatched by Yamato kingship was only around fifty-percent, which shows that their seamanship was very primitive.
  263. Compared with the area which was called Ezo where ainu lived, Wajinchi referred to the area which was the whole area of southern end of Oshima Peninsula, where Wajin (Japanese) were living.
  264. Compared with the authentic Aobyoshi-bon manuscript, the ones which were handed down from the Sanjonishi family and in wide circulation at that time contained the texts from the Kawachi-bon and other manuscripts.
  265. Compared with the back circular part, the front square part is remarkably small, low and flat.
  266. Compared with the both city and town in which a housing land development had been advanced as bed towns, which resulted in a rapid increase in the population, the population of Gojo City has been walking sideways.
  267. Compared with the conservative "Go shui wakashu," the following "Kinyo wakashu (A Collection of Golden Leaves)" was innovative and focused on fresh descriptive poems; however, the subsequent "Shika wakashu (A Collection of Verbal Flowers of Japanese Poetry)" marked a return to the conservative style.
  268. Compared with the elegant Shin Kokin style, Shin Chokusenshu is characterized by its simple and refined style, which tells us what he preferred in his later years.
  269. Compared with the extant Aobyoshi-bon manuscript, the Kawachi-bon, the other version of manuscript, is more coherent, especially in most of the unclear sentences of the Aobyoshi-bon manuscript.
  270. Compared with the han-kamishimo, it is regarded as an even more abbreviated formal dress.
  271. Compared with the laws concerning designated cultural properties, regulations concerning registered cultural properties are more flexible; for example, a change from the current state may involve a system for the submittal of written reports (Article 64, Clause 1).
  272. Compared with the other Six Palace Guards, the Middle Palace Guard was assigned especially to important tasks, such as escorting the Emperor or keeping a night watch in the Imperial Palace so, it functioned virtually as a 'bodyguard.'
  273. Compared with the past wise heads of the Tsutsui clan, he was mediocre in wisdom although he looked better in appearance, and he ousted Sakon SHIMA, an excellent vassal, after believing the false charge made by Hidesuke NAKANOBO against SHIMA.
  274. Compared with the precision of the depiction of coasts and roadside areas, ridges are depicted in a bird's-eye way just as in traditional Domain Maps and their depiction is not so accurate because height of lands was not surveyed.
  275. Compared with the record of shogun Genji, which readers can enjoy as a story, the fluency of the writing is quite different.
  276. Compared with the shugo in the Kamakura period, whose authority was limited to military and police authority relating to Taibon-sankajo, Obanyaku (a job to guard Kyoto), etc., the shugo in the Muromachi period had drastically expanded authority.
  277. Compared with the style of 'nageirebana' (flower arrangement in a bottle-type vase) or 'Tachibana' (standing flowers) that existed at the time, the characteristic of this school's flower arrangement was its shape that was created, based on the creator's art and creativity, by adding unique curve to flowers and branches
  278. Compared with the summit course, the middle course is easy to ski because it is wide and straight with a small grade.
  279. Compared with the traditional ways, this method makes it possible to make sake much more easily at lower costs using original materials and labor efficiently.
  280. Compared with the western calendar, which continues in chronological order, the Japanese calendar requires people to remember all the gengo or to check them in a table to have a clear picture of historical events.
  281. Compared with them, the contemporary works "Gonki" by FUJIWARA no Yukinari and "Shoyuki" by FUJIWARA no Sanesuke are well known for their excellent writing and contents.
  282. Compared with this, Oribe FURUTA, Enshu KOBORI, Urakusai ODA, and Sowa KANAMORI, who were feudal lords and tea masters, created samurai class shoin-style Chashitsu, or comfortable Chashitsu with a small room as large as three mats.
  283. Compared with wood block, which has high tone with a hard and sharp tone color, the tone color of Mokugyo is soft and it sounds fertile.
  284. Comparing "Eikyoki" with "Yuki Senjoki," the latter is regarded as a good manuscript which is closer to the original.
  285. Comparing Roots: Emperor Go-Reizei's accession to the throne
  286. Comparing a hinawaju in the museum with a present day rifle, we can see a big difference between the form near the grip.
  287. Comparing myths: Tales of the persecution by Yasogami and the visit to Ne no kuni fall into a category of mythology called marriage by trials which can be found many places around the world.
  288. Comparing the clear waters reflecting the colored leaves of the Chikusa-gawa River nearby to the Kinko, or Jing Jiang River in Shou (Chengdu) where he was imprisoned, he named the sango (literally, "a mountain name"), the title prefixed to the name of the Houn-ji Temple, Mt. Kinka (the characters mean gold and flower).
  289. Comparing the distribution of these fish species to that for the Pacific Ocean, there are the following characteristics:
  290. Comparing to the Pacific Ocean, the northern most range for southern species extends far north due to the effect of warm current of the Tsushima Strait.
  291. Comparing with one hundred poems in Hyakunin Issu, Hyakunin Shuka has 97 poems by 98 poets in common with Hyakunin Issu but also has three additional poems; in total, Hyakunin Shuka contains 101 poems.
  292. Comparison of Historical Perceptions
  293. Comparison with Buddhist altars produced in other regions, from the viewpoint of fields undertaken by each craftsman
  294. Comparison with Chinese tea.
  295. Comparison with archery
  296. Comparison with other wind instruments
  297. Comparison with the Japanese shamisen
  298. Comparisons of those who lost and those who gained by the earthquake were depicted in many variations and the emotions were expressed through the technique of 'sannin namayoi' (warai jogo (merry drinker), naki jogo (drinker who is easily provoked to crying) and okori jogo (irritable drinker).
  299. Compete based on the number of bull's-eyes.
  300. Competent Post Office
  301. Competent post office in Kita Ward is as follows.
  302. Competing for Emperor's favor, the high priestess of Ise (Lady Plum Pavilion, later called Empress Akikonomu) and a daughter of Gon no Chunagon (Kokiden no Nyogo) are respectively supported by Genji and To no Chujo (now Gon no Chunagon), who was once his best friend.
  303. Competing interruption requests.
  304. Competing memory addresses (IO).
  305. Competing transportation
  306. Competing with Kiyomasa KATO to see which one could go on shore first when troops were dispatched to Korea, Yukinaga landed the coast in Busan Metropolitan City and achieved a great exploit in landing first.
  307. Competing with each other, both managed Kumano Sanzan (the three major shrines of Kumano).
  308. Competition
  309. Competition (Racing)
  310. Competition Against the Government Railway Company
  311. Competition among JR companies
  312. Competition from beer and wine
  313. Competition regulations
  314. Competition with Odakyu Romance Car trains
  315. Competition with express buses
  316. Competition with higher category trains of Tobu Railway Co., Ltd.
  317. Competition with limited expresses of Kintetsu Railway
  318. Competition with limited expresses of Meitetsu
  319. Competition with limited expresses of private railway companies
  320. Competition with other means of transportation
  321. Competition with other railway companies
  322. Competitions in transportation operations
  323. Competitions with air services
  324. Competitive situations exist in some areas from Tokyo Prefecture and the southern part of Saitama Prefecture to Tochigi Prefecture and Gunma Prefecture.
  325. Compilation
  326. Compilation of Asuka Kyomihara code begins
  327. Compilation of Seal Marks
  328. Compilation of Tokusen Shinmyocho originated in Kyobusho (reconstituted Jingikan) which was concerned about the risk that those unranked shrines might be eliminated.
  329. Compilation of seal marks
  330. Compilation of the "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters) and the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), fudoki (description of regional climate, culture, etc.) and "Manyoshu."
  331. Compilation of the Asuka Kiyomihara Code began in 681 and was completed in 689.
  332. Compilation policy of "Chronicles of Japan"
  333. Compilation started in 911 and was completed in 921 as "Naigekan kotaishiki" (Engi kotaishiki) (literally, kotaishiki in the Jokan era).
  334. Compilation was resumed by the decree of Emperor Daigo, and the text was completed in September 901.
  335. Compilations of these various texts have been published by Gendaishicho-sha and The Toyo Bunko (Oriental Library) of Heibon-sha.
  336. Compiled and wrote "Ken Jodo Shinjitsu-kyo Gyosho monrui" (Selected passages revealing the true teaching, practice and attainment of the Pure Land), 'Sanjo wasan' (three Buddhist verses), and others.
  337. Compiled and wrote "Senchaku Hongan Nenbutsu Shu" (the holy writings of the Jodo Sect).
  338. Compiled by Dogen in the Baisong Dynasty era in China, Keitokudentoroku (written 景徳傳燈録 or 景徳伝灯録 in the modern kanji, 30 volumes) is a history book representative of the Zen sect.
  339. Compiled by Kyobusho (the Ministry of Religion, Meiji Government), it consists of 32 volumes.
  340. Compiled by Tamefuji NIJO and Tamesada NIJO.
  341. Compiled by the Mori family in 1767, their Book of Admonitions includes about 30 lessons by Motonari which originally appeared in his letters.
  342. Compiled by the command of Emperor Daigo and completed in 905 during the Heian period, Kokin Wakashu was submitted to the emperor on May 29 of the same year.
  343. Compiled in 1876, the work was stored by the Home Ministry, and as it was inconvenient for viewing, a plan to publish it was developed in 1922.
  344. Compiler: Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the seventh)
  345. Compiler: Danzo ICHIKAWA (the sixth)
  346. Compiler: Ebizo ICHIKAWA the fifth, Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the ninth)
  347. Compiler: Ennosuke ICHIKAWA (the third)
  348. Compiler: Ennosuke ICHIKAWA, the third
  349. Compiler: Ganjiro NAKAMURA (the first)
  350. Compiler: Kichiemon NAKAMURA (the first)
  351. Compiler: Kikugoro ONOUE (the fifth), Kikugoro ONOUE (the sixth)
  352. Compiler: Nizaemon KATAOKA (the11th)
  353. Compiler: Sadanji ICHIKAWA (the second)
  354. Compiler: Sojuro SAWAMURA (the seventh)
  355. Compiler: Utaemon NAKAMURA (the fifth)
  356. Compiler: Uzaemon ICHIMURA (the 15th)
  357. Compilers respected the period of Shin Kokin, and especially poems by Yoshitsune KUJO, FUJIWARA no Shunzei, FUJIWARA no Teika, FUJIWARA no Ietaka, Emperor Gotoba, and Emperor Juntoku which were selected more than others.
  358. Compilers: OMI no Mifune and ISONOKAMI no Yakatsugu (though different opinions exist)
  359. Compiling this renga anthology contributed to independence of renga from waka to flourish as an unique field of culture.
  360. Complaints about the Taira Clan
  361. Complete Fermentation
  362. Complete fermentation and quality of sake
  363. Complete in 58 volumes.
  364. Complete set of 12 still exist.
  365. Complete works
  366. Complete works of Mokurai SHIMAJI, Total 5 volumes: compiled by Kenko FUTABA and Hirotaka FUKUSHIMA, Hongan-ji Shuppan-kyokai, 1973 - 1978
  367. Complete: I (以, い), Ro (呂, ろ), Ha (波, は),...
  368. Complete: Me (女, め), Ke (毛, け), Ka (蚊, か),...
  369. Completed
  370. Completed around the end of seventh century and being the largest-scaled among the ancient cities, it was a gorgeous, imperial and aristocratic culture around the Fujiwara Capital, which featured genuine Chinese style capital with street plan.
  371. Completed enshrining the statue of Kobo-daishi and held a ceremony to consecrate it by inserting the eyes (thereby investing it with soul).
  372. Completed his doctoral course in Department of Fine Arts of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, majored in design (Doctor of Philosophy).
  373. Completed in 1670.
  374. Completed in 1874
  375. Completed in 1886
  376. Completed in 1887
  377. Completed in 1890
  378. Completed in 1894
  379. Completed in 1915
  380. Completed in 1920
  381. Completed in 1926
  382. Completed in 1966.
  383. Completed in 1980.
  384. Completed in 1995.
  385. Completed in 2003.
  386. Completed in 840, it contains records of events that occurred over a period of 42 years, from 792 to 833.
  387. Completed on March 20, 1932
  388. Completed on March 20, 1932.
  389. Completed products are not only sold in their local market, but also imported into Japan.
  390. Completed: March 20, 1932
  391. Completely bury the rock chamber except for a vent made of a bamboo tube.
  392. Completely left unsupported, the father and son of the Azai clan killed themselves, and the Azai clan died out.
  393. Completely losing his heart to Tsuru no mae, Shunkan is said to have agreed to participate in the rebellion.
  394. Completely unaware, Chunagon married Okimi.
  395. Completing a calendar of Japanese origin, Harumi SHIBUKAWA named his calendar the Yamatoreki (Yamato calendar), with taking into account the difference of longitude between China and Japan after making his own astronomical observations based on the Jujireki (Juji calendar) in China.
  396. Completing construction of a building
  397. Completing the postwar process, Hideyoshi soon began to build Osaka-jo Castle in the Kinai Region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara), and in June of the same year, was appointed Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade), Sangi (councilor) by the Imperial Court.
  398. Completion
  399. Completion Year
  400. Completion of Keian-seki stone reliefs depicting Shaka Nyorai flanked by two attendants and the sixteen Lokapalas.
  401. Completion of Takayama Dam meant about 3,800 plum trees would be swallowed up by the water.
  402. Completion of castle architecture and Shoin-zukuri style
  403. Completion of construction - 1973.
  404. Completion of construction: 1997
  405. Completion of the 'Teikoku-Gekijo Theatre,' the first publication of a literature magazine 'Seito,' and the publication of 'A Study of Good' by Kitaro NISHIDA
  406. Completion of the North Kinki Big X Network and development in later years
  407. Completion of the book and background of anecdotes.
  408. Completion of the renga anthology and designation of quasi-imperial anthology were realized with the great help of Doyo SASAKI, so many of the contributors were samurai families such as Takauji ASHIKAGA, Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA, and Doyo SASAKI, as well as Imperial families and court nobles.
  409. Completion: March, 1961
  410. Complex
  411. Complex of the temple
  412. Complexity of the railway network:
  413. Compliance
  414. Complicated Economics (1997, Diamond Inc.) ISBN 4478372160
  415. Complimentary shuttle service is provided for visitors to the Suntory Kyoto Brewery during the day via Nagaokakyo Station (the special bus with an original coating is used, but during inspections an alternate bus is used).
  416. Component ratio between cans and polyethylene terephtalate (PET) for soft-drink containers use was reversed around 1999 and the ratio of PET bottles became 88.1% of the whole during the 2000s with the use of cans being considerably reduced.
  417. Components
  418. Components in the Nara period were reused to turn into big Kakubashira (corner pillar with square or rectangular shape) surrounding Naijin and ceiling boards.
  419. Compose a verse with respect
  420. Composed (by Saigyo) in the locality of Yoshizaki Gobo associated with Rennyo.
  421. Composed accompaniment music for the pieces of Kengyo Matsuura and Kengyo Kikuoka, and elevated their value as consort music.
  422. Composed at Komatsu.
  423. Composed by Basho
  424. Composed by Buson
  425. Composed by FUJIWARA no Toshinari, "Senzai shu" (Collection of Japanese Poems of a Thousand Years)
  426. Composed by Shinkei
  427. Composed by Shiro INOUE
  428. Composed by Sodo
  429. Composed by Sogi
  430. Composed by Tantan
  431. Composed by Yoshitsune KUJO, "Senzaishu"
  432. Composed by him, "Kago no Tori" (Bird in a Cage) became a great hit.
  433. Composed by the Emperor Gomurakami
  434. Composed in line with Shunbo, a poem by Toho that reads, 'The country is destroyed; yet mountains and rivers remain and spring comes to the castle; the grass is green again.'
  435. Composed later over waka poems taken from Kokin Wakashu based on the kokinchoshi scale are 'The Spring Music,' 'The Summer Music,' 'The Autumn Music' and 'The Winter Music.'
  436. Composed of 28 lines, 324 words.
  437. Composed of the larger Ohojo and smaller Kohojo.
  438. Composed of the outer coved, coffered, finely latticed ceiling and the dome-shaped inner layer suspended within, and decorated with openwork and mother-of-pearl inlay work.
  439. Composed the eighth song 'SOYOGI' and played bass on it
  440. Composition
  441. Composition Course
  442. Composition and Brushwork
  443. Composition and Conducting Research Course
  444. Composition and Musicology Course (Composition)
  445. Composition and Musicology Course (Musicology)
  446. Composition and components
  447. Composition and the Condition of Conservation
  448. Composition by Piet MONDRIAN
  449. Composition by Richo TOBAYA and Shikisa KISHIZAWA
  450. Composition course
  451. Composition of Garbha-mandala
  452. Composition of Kotaiyoriai in the early 1800s:
  453. Composition of Vajradhatu-mandala
  454. Composition of a mission ("the Engishiki" [an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers] according to the section describing the codes of Okura-sho Ministry)
  455. Composition of the 'Aobyoshibon' and 'Kawachibon' lines
  456. Composition of the Male Raifuku
  457. Composition of the Oda army
  458. Composition of the original
  459. Composition of the trains on the Keihanshin Local Line, were mainly made up of three-door cars with semi-cross-seats, was seriously affected by the transfer of type 51 and 70 cars as well as the introduction of many type 72 cars.
  460. Composition of the two opposing armies
  461. Composition of the work
  462. Composition of this type of music continued after the death of YATSUHASHI.
  463. Composition of toko (alcove)
  464. Composition of tokonoma
  465. Compost (soil improvement agent)
  466. Compound
  467. Comprehensive Housing R & D Institute, Sekisui House Ltd.
  468. Comprehensive Research Center for Humanities, Science, and Religion
  469. Comprehensive Research for engineering, corporations, and international competition
  470. Comprehensive academic exchange agreement
  471. Comprehensive agreements over building up the community
  472. Comprehensive bibliographic information on all publications in Japan, for inclusion in the above-mentioned catalogue, is called a national bibliography.
  473. Comprehensive investigation of historical materials was also conducted with the start of the compilation project on "The History of Yamanashi Prefecture."
  474. Comprehensive research of worldwide business
  475. Compression process: Moromi is wrapped in 'straining cloth' made of strong materials such as nylon, and is weighted to separate liquid from solid.
  476. Compromise
  477. Compulsory education in Japan defined by the Education Ministry guidelines is to instruct Shodo by brush in lessons for the third grade or more of elementary school as Shosha (copy of calligraphy) of the Japanese language subject.
  478. Compulsory education, elementary school, and junior high school
  479. Compulsory subjects, teacher training courses, and general education subjects are mainly held here.
  480. Computer Laboratory, attached to the Institute
  481. Computer RPG
  482. Computer RPG PC Engine/Play Station 2/Game Cube
  483. Computer field
  484. Computer game
  485. Computer games
  486. Comrades get angry and tries to slash him, but they get blocked by Heiemon TERASAKA, an ashigaru (common foot soldier) and an older brother of Okaru.
  487. Comrades of the sumo wrestlers angered by this act rushed to the scene which resulted in a scuffle; some of the sumo wrestlers died or were injured.
  488. Concentration and careful coating techniques are required.
  489. Concentration of the trading rights in Tsushima
  490. Concentric castles evolved into Edward type castles in the thirteenth century, which Edward I (King of England) built to govern Wales.
  491. Concentric castles were designed so that an inner wall was built inside an outer wall, two or more walls were built concentrically around the keep, and inner walls became higher so that the inner defense was effective even if the outer wall was destroyed.
  492. Concept
  493. Concept for the establishment of the manga museum: PPP (Public-Private Partnership)
  494. Concept of Bushido in modern times
  495. Concept of Shinto
  496. Concept of classifying the subjects of tanka and contrasts with the field of shizenei which incorporates elements of nature such as mountains, rivers, plants and trees as well as flower, birds, the wind and the moon.
  497. Conception of democracy and republicanism
  498. Conception of natural law
  499. Conception of separation of powers
  500. Concepts
  501. Concepts and views of history which characterize the economic system in Chinese history have yet to be constructed, but recently, more studies are focusing on the role of landlords in a local community, instead of describing the class structure by conventional methods.
  502. Concepts of this kind were added to the original form of Buddhism, which originated in India, over time and according to region.
  503. Conceptual and Media Art Course
  504. Conceptually, sports are contrary to budo, and thus the more of a sports aspect there is, the less of a budo aspect there will be.
  505. Conceptually, sports aren't contrary to the budo, and thus it's possible to be both a sport and budo at the same time.
  506. Concerned about a decline in the success rate of solar eclipse prediction, the KAMO no Yasunori asked Nichien, a priest of the Tendai sect who was studying in Wu-yueh, to bring back the futenreki (the Futian calendar table) and then tried to use it.
  507. Concerned about the future of nanga (a school of painting originating in China), in 1885 he planed to found an art school in Osaka Prefecture and proposed it to the Osaka prefectural governor.
  508. Concerned about the possibility of Koiho being taken over by Chinese medicine, Emperor Heizei made a request to shrines, powerful local ruling families and old families in each province to submit their own Koiho that had been passed down through generations.
  509. Concerned about the precariousness of society and the rise of the post-Russo-Japanese war liberalism and socialism, Tosuke in 1908 attempted to issue laws to control the people's thinking and also promoted local improvements as regional measures.
  510. Concerned about the region before leaving Echizen Province in order to accede to the throne, he appeased his vengeful spirit in Asuwa-jinja Shrine and left it to the care of one of his children, Princess Umakuda no Himemiko who served as the priestess of the shrine.
  511. Concerned about the situation, Yoshioka, although a retired official, submitted a petition to the Council of the Left in February 1874.
  512. Concerned about this situation, Okura-kyo Masayoshi MATSUKATA sought for a way to currency stability through the introduction of a temporary silver standard system.
  513. Concerned about unstable political conditions, Goshirakawa made Norihito (Emperor Takakura) ascend the throne in the hope of stabilizing the regime.
  514. Concerned that the Great Buddha might collapse by losing its support, the Imperial Court opposed the removal, but Chogen resorted to force, using his position to take the lead in the repair work.
  515. Concerned with the future of the Ogigayatsu-Uesugi clan, Ujiyori sent a letter of remonstration to Sadamasa called 'Omori's Teachings.'
  516. Concerning "Myo (Strangeness)," Zeami did not completely finish explaining the principle and the content of Myo's emergence. He tried to explain by using metaphors "Appearance without shape" and "Innocence."
  517. Concerning "Tanabata Matsuri" as an event, refer to the next item.
  518. Concerning 'woodpecker strategy' known widely from old times, there are a few different views and counterarguments.
  519. Concerning (2), compared with the documents referred to in "Seiji Yoryaku," one of those not referred to in this document is "Seiryoki."
  520. Concerning Buddhist scriptures, it is the rule to take the style of writing by pupils what they heard from Buddha and it is said that the content of scriptures are Buddha's teachings.
  521. Concerning Chinese Kenjutsu, refer to Chinese swords.
  522. Concerning Chinese poetry, he initially advocated 'Min no shichishi no kaze' (the styles of the seven leading literatus during the Ming Dynasty) like Seigai KOKUBU did, but he was subsequently influenced by Tang Poetry (poetry during the Tang Dynasty of China) and Sung Poetry (poetry during the Sung Dynasty of China), which led him to establish his unique poetry style.
  523. Concerning Chosen Tsushinshi's views of Japan, Ingyom KIM, who came to Japan as a member of the eleventh Chosen Tsushinshi, described in details in "Nittosoyuka" (Song of a grand trip to Japan) his record of the visit to Japan, and as an example, he described about Osaka as follows:
  524. Concerning Hideyori TOYOTOMI, and Yodo-dono (his wife), Ieyasu did not blame them saying that what happened was not concerned with females and youngsters, and left Hideyori's territory as it was.
  525. Concerning His Name
  526. Concerning Inugui issue in Japan
  527. Concerning Japanese shrines, temples, or merchant houses remaining along old roads, it is said that a building is made in the "Hirairi" style or the "Tsumairi" style.
  528. Concerning Kankoku heisha (Kansha), Kanpeisha is considered to be higher in rank than Kokuheisha, and each of them is further divided into tai (great), chu (medium) and sho (small) in order of ranking.
  529. Concerning Kokyu in ballad, it is well known that Kokyu is used in 'Etchu Owara bushi' (a song for Japanese folk dance in Etchu - present day Toyama Prefecture) played in "Kaze-no Bon" (literally, wind Bon: Bon is a Buddhist festival for dead ancestors, held in summer) in the Yao area of Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture.
  530. Concerning Kyoto: There was a period where Kyoto was referred to as Saikyo from Tokyo Tento (the event where Tokyo was designated as the capital) which occurred after the Meiji Restoration.
  531. Concerning Mausoleum of Empress Jingu, there is a description that "her mausoleum is located in Sakinotatanami no e ikegami no misasagi" in Kojiki, while there is a description that "she was buried in Sakinotatanami no misasagi" in Nihonshoki.
  532. Concerning Noh preformed by the Noh artists affiliated with the Nohgaku Performers' Association, the style of the entire Noh drama is represented by the Style of the protagonist (shite).
  533. Concerning Prince Umayado, there are anecdotes, which can't be explained without the idea that Prince Umayado had supernatural power, written in historical documents such as "Shotokutaishi-Denryaku (biography of Shotokutaishi)", and these traditions and legends are positively adopted in this manga.
  534. Concerning Shigetaka, it is written, 'A certain Izumo no kami (chief of Izumo Province). According to present's accepted genealogy, Tarozaemon Shimotsuke no kami Shigemasa.
  535. Concerning The Reality of Existence
  536. Concerning Tsushinshi, Japanese at that time rumored that 'Tsushinshi brings tributes to Japan, because otherwise, the shogun would invade the Korean peninsular again.'
  537. Concerning Yamaguchi City: Yamaguchi that prospered during the Muromachi period was called Saikyo or Nishi no Kyo with the definition of 'Nishi no Kyoto' (Western Kyoto).
  538. Concerning Yuge no Miya (it is also called as 'Nishi no Miyako' (Western Capital)): it was the temporary secondary capital designated by the Emperor Shotoku during Nara period and located in Yao City, Osaka Prefecture.
  539. Concerning a list of all national treasures and important cultural properties, refer to another item, 'List of cultural properties possessed by Nara National Museum.'
  540. Concerning agriculture and fishery, he opposed the rice acreage reduction promoted by the national government and worked out a unique price support system called 'Kyoto food control system' and an agriculture and fishery development plan.
  541. Concerning calligraphy of modern poems, Otei KANEKO (Otei) wrote in 1933 a "shin-chowa-tai" (new harmonious style) theory on "Sho no Kenkyu" (Study of calligraphy), and made public the calligraphy of "Akikaze-no-uta" (song of autumn wind) by Toson SHIMAZAKI, and "Keyaki" (zelkova trees) and "Kayani" by Hakushu KITAHARA.
  542. Concerning claims by Koreans of territorial sovereignty over Tsushima
  543. Concerning connected train rides between a Shinkansen line and a regular railway line, there is a system in which the limited express fees or express fees are halved in certain conditions (the Shinkansen lines to which a fare system for connected train rides are applied).
  544. Concerning data other than changes in the occurrence frequency of kosa, research shows that the occurrence frequency of dust storms and that of high-density kosa have been increasing.
  545. Concerning details like business kilometers, connection lines, and stops, refer to the operation of the lines in the JR Central Nagoya region, the Kansai Main Line (Nagoya Station-Kameyama Station).
  546. Concerning dolphins, it is said that the best season to eat them is winter in Japan and the dolphin has become a kigo (season words).
  547. Concerning economic privilege, Oda, Toyotomi and Tokugawa (Edo) Governments basically inherited the former system by placing it under Otsu Daikan (regional officer of Otsu).
  548. Concerning education, in Fukuchiyama City, there are eight high schools (four prefectural and four private) which have their students from the surrounding municipalities.
  549. Concerning equestrian art, he learned the Otsubo school of the art that originated in Keisho OTSUBO in the early Muromachi period.
  550. Concerning falconry, one of his hobbies, Ryotaro SHIBA wrote in "Hasha no Ie" that 'He might have been the first person in Japan who had the knowledge that physical exercise is good for health.'
  551. Concerning fresh noodles, boiled noodles and other type of noodles (including half-dried noodles and frozen noodles), there is no standard in the manufacturing process.
  552. Concerning his mother, the "Okagami" (The Great Mirror) records that she was one of the ladies engaged in court service, while another theory holds that she was a relative of FUJIWARA no Tomonari, but nothing is known for certain.
  553. Concerning his withdrawal from the alliance, he and Sezaemon drew the lottery in order to decide which of them would withdraw from the alliance because one of them had to look after their mother, according to anecdotes.
  554. Concerning how Ieyasu handled his clan and Fudai retainers (the retainers whose families had been retainers of the Tokugawa family from before the Battle of Sekigahara)
  555. Concerning its business aspect, afforestation business started in 1924, the cultivation of shiitake mushroom started in 1925 and charcoal making started in 1933.
  556. Concerning its origin, there are various views but it is generally believed that the tool used by Brahmanism in Ancient India is the origin.
  557. Concerning lifestyle, more and more houses have no Washitsu.
  558. Concerning males, only a few dandies wore these tabi in the past.
  559. Concerning municipalities which changed characters for names and adopted old provincial names virtually, there are Mutsu City, Iwaki City, Sanuki City, Oushu City, and Koshu City.
  560. Concerning musical instruments, basically there's only a "kozutsumi" (small hand drum) played by saizo, but according to the repertoire, shamisen and kokyu (Chinese fiddle) are added or sometimes drum, shamisen and clappers are used.
  561. Concerning one-on-one battles, it was common to cut at each other with a sword after battling using bows and arrows, which was followed by kumiuchi (grappling) ("Genpei Seisui ki" [Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans] by Sanemitsu TOHEI).
  562. Concerning pictures, the picture of Fugen Bosatsu on an elephant in Tokyo National Museum (national treasure, the latter part of the Heian period) is a representative work.
  563. Concerning planting trees and providing guidance for farming, there also exist projects participated in by private bodies, such as non-government organizations.
  564. Concerning railways, the JR Obama Line runs east-west.
  565. Concerning relationships with weather, it is supposed that, when the earth was in a cold period, the amount of kosa increased because the land became increasingly dry, and in the warm period, the amount decreased because the humidity level of the land increased.
  566. Concerning such operations of the government, Ieyasu aroused antipathy of Toshiie MAEDA, tairo (the person at the highest post of the government), and Mitsunari ISHIDA, one of Go-bugyo, and on January 19 (in the old calendar), 1599, Yoshiharu HORIO, San-churo (an arbitrator), was sent to Ieyasu as an envoy for checking the crime.
  567. Concerning swimming art, he showed in a river in the Suruga area how excellently he could swim, when he was 69 years old.
  568. Concerning that assessment, there are various views: that it was written by a single monk for personal reasons, that it was written by several monks under the protection of Emperor Shirakawa, the emperor at the time, etc.
  569. Concerning that renga, the Hananomoto-renga (a form of renga), which had the characteristic of quelling the soul of the dead, performed by unrelated people who entered the priesthood, was performed for about a hundred years from the mid-Kamakura period and became popular.
  570. Concerning the Chinese character '罔象' that represents 'mitsuha,' it is explained in Chinese literature such as "Enanji" that '罔象' means a water spirit whose shape is a dragon or a child.
  571. Concerning the Jokyu war, the Jinno Shotoki has the following to say:
  572. Concerning the New Testament, classification between canonical books, which are said to stem from the Twelve Apostles, immediate pupils of Christ, and other secular books were conducted at least till the 4th century.
  573. Concerning the Nue-zuka mound, under which the Nue was believed to be buried, "Settsu-meisho-zue" describes that 'The Nue-zuka mound is located between the Ashiya-gawa River and the Sumiyoshi-gawa River.'
  574. Concerning the Shingen era, empirical monographs were published by Takahiro OKUNO, Masayoshi ISOGAI, and Haruo UENO etc.
  575. Concerning the Takase-gawa River and the Funairi
  576. Concerning the above six worlds, Jigoku, Gaki and Chikusho are sometimes collectively called San-akushu (literally, three bad realms, San-akudo, Sanaku or Sanzu) and Shura, Ningen and Ten are collectively called San-zenshu (literally, three good realms).
  577. Concerning the afforestation business, logging initially deteriorated the forest physiognomy and logging was stopped temporarily.
  578. Concerning the age of production, there are some slight discrepancies in accordance with the researchers and the literature records.
  579. Concerning the amount of kosa (in weight) produced yearly, it is estimated that 1 to 5 tons per a square kilometer fall in Japan yearly and around 15 tons per a square kilometer in Beijing monthly.
  580. Concerning the area of Esoteric Buddhism, Saicho took the stance of a disciple for Kukai.
  581. Concerning the areas located remotely from the center of Japan, such as Hokkaido, the northern Tohoku area and the islands in the southeast of the main islands of Japan, different classifications of historical periods are used (for more information, refer to the table of the classification of historical periods in Japanese history).
  582. Concerning the assassination of Iruka and the ruin of head family of the Soga family that followed the incident, there was in recent years a viewpoint that the fights over the reform leadership between the Soga clan and the imperial families and the anti-Soga power had become the start of the assassination.
  583. Concerning the birth year of Bomon-hime, there have been many arguments among scholars from a long time ago.
  584. Concerning the building methods, reinforced concrete structures or steel-framed structures have been used for building more and more condominiums (middle/high-rise or super high-rise buildings), and even for low-rise detached houses, use of reinforced concrete structures or prefabricated building methods has increased.
  585. Concerning the castles owned by the national government, the local municipality is assigned as the management body (an example is Himeji Castle, which is owned by the national government but managed by Himeji City government as the management body).
  586. Concerning the characteristics of the documents related to the Takeda clan, it is pointed out that while many documents written during the Shingen/Katsuyori era, the era after the Takeda clan established its wide territory, are existing, the number of those written during Nobutora era or before is quite small.
  587. Concerning the construction of Shinkansen lines, it is said that various political interventions were exerted when construction started, because the start of their operation significantly affects interests of the areas along these lines.
  588. Concerning the construction of the railways, many of the tunnels having been excavated for the 'Bullet train plan' and much of the land having been purchased at the time were used effectively, as described above.
  589. Concerning the control of the Edo bakufu
  590. Concerning the control range indicated by each of these terms, there are largely two different opinions.
  591. Concerning the damage done by the teppo, some scholars (such as Motohiko IZAWA) have suggested that 'although the sandan-uchi tactics was not carried out, the horses of the Takeda cavalry were upset when 1,000 teppo were fired at the same time and brought it into great confusion.'
  592. Concerning the description of Gojo City (Gojo Village, Uchi County) in the past, both descriptions are found.
  593. Concerning the designation for a candidate of important cultural property, the Agency for Cultural Affairs will conduct a preliminary investigation and the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology will consult with the Council for Cultural Affairs regarding the heritage that is to be designated.
  594. Concerning the details like business kilometers, stops, and connection lines, refer to the list of stations of the Yamatoji Line.
  595. Concerning the details, refer to Onsen mark.
  596. Concerning the details, refer to the item of "Bussetsu Amida-kyo Sutra" below.
  597. Concerning the details, refer to the respective items.
  598. Concerning the enshrined deity of Shirayamahime-jinja Shrine (Hakusan City, Ishikawa Prefecture), the head shrine of the Hakusa-jinja shrines, only Izanagi and Izanami were referred to in books written up to the medieval Period.
  599. Concerning the exact time and the process of change from continent's style of armor to Japan's peculiar style of large armor, historical items left behind are scarce and not clear.
  600. Concerning the first letter sent by the Yuan Dynasty, most scholars of eastern history think that it is surprisingly polite compared to letters by other Chinese dynasties, but scholars of Japanese history are said to have a tendency to see it as authoritative.
  601. Concerning the issue to visit the Utsuryo Island, he received a protest from Yi Dynasty Korea as the Deputy Chief of Foreign Ministry in the same year.
  602. Concerning the killing of the envoys, some consider that the reason was because they were acting as spies.
  603. Concerning the kosa arriving in South Korea, the South Korean meteorological agency investigated 'the number of days between the occurrence of kosa and its arrival in Korea' and 'the average heights of the arriving kosa.'
  604. Concerning the location too, there is a lot of argument because the accounts in Gishiwajinden are puzzling.
  605. Concerning the main body of the university itself, the name of the university was changed, in 1947 after the war, from Kyoto Imperial University to Kyoto University, and it was reformed into a university under the new system (of education) in 1949 through the reform of the educational system.
  606. Concerning the medieval period, it is said that the shoen koryo sei, which existed as the social and economical system throughout the medieval period, provides an index for specifying the period.
  607. Concerning the military service assigned to the vassalized kokujin, there were several cases that the service was imposed considering the scale of territory and kyubun (bonus), which suggests that the control over the kokujin had not yet been unified.
  608. Concerning the name of each side of a building, the longer side or the side parallel to the ridge is called Hira, and the shorter side or the side perpendicular to the ridge is called Tsuma.
  609. Concerning the name of this martial art, single edged swords "katana" (刀) and double edged swords "tsurugi" (剣) were clearly distinguished in China while their distinction was ambiguous in Japan.
  610. Concerning the odontoceti in which lots of mercury has been accumulated, guidelines for the eatable amount of the whale meat, together with those of other fishes and shells, including alfonsin, have been specified in Japan as well, targeting at pregnant women.
  611. Concerning the origin of Mii-dera Temple, there is the following tradition.
  612. Concerning the origin of Noh, an accurate account is still unclear.
  613. Concerning the position of successor to Narioki, Oyura-sodo (family troubles over Narioki SHIMAZU's heir) occurred between the two parties supporting Nariakira or Tadanori, which invited an intervention of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  614. Concerning the prepaid function, this type can be used just like an ordinary-design ICOCA.
  615. Concerning the process of disarming domains, refer to "chindai" (garrison in the Meiji era).
  616. Concerning the sewing method of the leather and tokawa (attached leather), in 'Yuteihisho' (Secret Book of Garden Games), it says, 'in Kyoto City, Kawara-in House and Amabe are the best except for these two, no one can make kameri balls.
  617. Concerning the size, the size of textile tabi changes every one centimeter because they are not elastic, but S/M/L/2L/3L/4L are mostly used for knitted tabi because they are elastic and each of them can be fitted for a range of foot sizes.
  618. Concerning the start of the ancient times, there are the following opinions about the era when an ancient state was formed: the 3rd century, the 5th century, and the 7th century
  619. Concerning the techniques of this unique Tenchiban, those explained in "Senji ryakketsu" are more complicated than the current ones, or have not been passed down to the present.
  620. Concerning the ticket vending machines, there are also some machines that don't accept ICOCA, such as the vending machines of JR East installed at Shinjuku Station's Keio gate, and sometimes such a remark isn't made for those machines.
  621. Concerning the tramcars, the Tokyo University tramline for the field practice forest owned full-fledged gasoline locomotives and diesel locomotives because the university conducted logging business on a large scale.
  622. Concerning the types of Kokyu, four-stringed one in addition to three-stringed one has been handed down to subsequent generations through the Fujiue school that was started by Kengyo FUJIUE in Edo during the middle of the Edo period.
  623. Concerning the understanding on Chinese shoens in Japanese academia (mainly the contrast between 'the basic principle of world history' and European shoens in medieval times), opinions have been divided roughly into two theories and disputed.
  624. Concerning the withdrawal of the Mongol army, Japanese historical materials only state the fact that the Mongol fleet disappeared the next morning.
  625. Concerning the year of death 1594, and the Buddhist name 'Hosenni'
  626. Concerning these assignments, the "Heike monogatari" (Tale of the Heike) claims that Sanesada went on a pilgrimage to Itsukushima (Miyajima) Shrine at this point in order to elicit the sympathy of TAIRA no Kiyomori, but in actuality, he did not set off on his pilgrimage then but two years later, in the third month of 1179.
  627. Concerning these literary works included in the category of the theoretical parts, there are two contradictory views on their authenticity.
  628. Concerning these problems, a memorandum about how to use the forest for research was exchanged in 1998 between "The nature-and-culture-centered village" in Miyama-cho and the forest-for-research side.
  629. Concerning this dispute, in 1942, Hashimoto appeared as a witness for the prosecution in the trial of Takeuchi-monjo, the second oppression against Amatsukyo sect.
  630. Concerning this edict, another view asserts multiple capitals in which Tokyo is the capital along with Kyoto.
  631. Concerning this incident, there are various theories, including the one that Nobunaga felt a sense of crisis to Nobuyasu who had abilities superior to those of his heir, Nobutada ODA.
  632. Concerning this issue, Fujicco Co., LTD. released portable two-tiered food box, 'Obento maru kun,' in October 2006 as 'the lunch box to avoid Inugui.'
  633. Concerning this narrower definition of the Muromachi period, some prefer to combine the two period names, Nanbokucho and Muromachi, to create a general term, the "Nanbokucho-Muromachi period."
  634. Concerning this paint, there was a possibility that several people had retouched it.
  635. Concerning this parade, FUJIWARA no Minetada wrote in the "Chuyu-ki," 'the late Yoshiie Asomi killed many innocent people in his time as a warrior.
  636. Concerning this point, putting aside the actual truth of the matter, the devotion by Reiichiro towards his father can be clearly seen through his skillful writing.
  637. Concerning this point, there still are opinions which are for and against.
  638. Concerning this, Reiichiro wrote to IMAI that he would like to "express his sincere apologies" at the same time and commented that the claim made by TANI was "impossible."
  639. Concerning this, completely different evaluations will be made depending on who makes the evaluation based on what standpoint (power or religion).
  640. Concerning this, some try to find the reason for King Chungnyeol's opinion in the internal conditions of Goryeo.
  641. Concerning this, there is a sort of Kaidan (Ghost Stories).
  642. Concerning various sutras of Mahayana and Hinayana other than this, their histories are definitely confirmed and there is a possibility that Shaka preached Kegon-kyo Sutra after Agon-kyo Sutra or he preached Hodo-kyo Sutra and Hannya-kyo Sutra after Hoke-kyo Sutra.
  643. Concerning when Kukai actually entered the Buddhist priesthood, there were the following two views: One was that he became a priest under priest Gonso at Makionosan-ji Temple in 793 at the age of 20, and the other was that he became a priest at the age of 25.
  644. Concerning when the Jinno Shotoki was written, it is said to have been in the autumn of 1339, the year Emperor Godaigo died and the new Emperor Gomurakami ascended to the throne.
  645. Concerning where he was and what he was doing during the period after this until he entered Tang, only a few fragmentary materials are available, with many points still remaining unclear.
  646. Concerns regarding the economy of the domain strongly affected the circulation of han bills.
  647. Concholepas concholepas (Muricidae) and the grand keyhole limpet (Diodora), native to South America, taste a little like awabi and are sometimes imported and processed as an alternative to them, but they are taxonomically quite different from awabi.
  648. Concise descriptions and enthusiastic sentences were very popular, however, it used those war chronicles and so on as reference historical materials and there are some articles found, which are hard to say to be true to the historical facts.
  649. Conclusion
  650. Conclusion of the Convention of Kanagawa
  651. Conclusion of the Japanese-Korean Treaty of Amity
  652. Conclusion of the Second Japan-Korea Treaty (Eulsa Protectorate Treaty)
  653. Conclusion of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Japan and the United States
  654. Conclusion of the treaty of Nanking brought treaty system to China, but Kaichitsujo based on sakuho and choko did not fall apart at a time and still coexisted with the treaty system for a while.
  655. Conclusion of treaties and a succession struggle for the next shogun (1853 ? 1858)
  656. Conclusion: the Japanese people have never tired of the onsen itself, but they are fed up with those unattractive concrete onsen facilities and those inhospitable onsen-ryokan who assign dinner and bathing time to their guests.
  657. Concrete examples of the rules which apply for goshugi.
  658. Concrete examples of yabo
  659. Concrete shapes such as gourds and fans are designed to sugido (sliding doors made of cedar) in the construction, and the common sense design can be seen with the goten (palace) of Katsura Rikyu.
  660. Concretely speaking, JNR 101 series cars were introduced to Rapid service of the Chuo Line, the Yamanote Line and the west side of the Osaka Loop Line in exchange for JNR 40 series cars and type 72 cars, and the latter were transferred to the Keihanshin Local Line in exchange for type 70 cars.
  661. Concretely speaking, its official duties were constructions and repairs of palace, repairs of public facilities within the imperial capital (esp. Kyoto), manufacturing of wooden products, and so on.
  662. Concretely, Noh dramas are divided into five kinds.
  663. Concretely, ata is the length from the tip of the middle finger to the tip of the thumb when they are opened, and shaku was originally defined to have the same length.
  664. Concretely, in the Taisho period, Hiroyuki MIURA presented his theory in "Zoku Hoseishi no Kenkyu" (A Study of the History of Law: Part II), and argued that the law described in the various imperial edicts upon enthronement, was Omi-Ryo code.
  665. Concretely, it is interpreted that they attach more importance to governing right than to imperial sovereignty and even a monarch's actions are limited by "the articles of the constitution (diet)."
  666. Concretely, the five Buddhas are Dainichi Nyorai (Mahavairocana Tathagata), Hoto Nyorai (Ratnaketu Tathagata), Kaifukeo Nyorai (Samkusumitaraja Tathagata), Muryoju Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) and Tenkuraion Nyorai (Divyadundubhimeghairghosa Tathagata).
  667. Concretely, they put importance on imperial sovereignty, and they interpret the emperor's actions are not limited in principle irrespective of "provisions in the constitution."
  668. Concubine
  669. Concubine (Ikejiri-dono)
  670. Concubine: (Echizen no tsubone?)
  671. Concubine: FJIWARA no Seiko
  672. Concubine: FUJIWARA no Kazuko
  673. Concubine: FUJIWARA no Keishi/Yoshiko (daughter of AKI no Hogen)
  674. Concubine: KI no Yoshiko
  675. Concubine: Kaga no Tsubone (daughter of Chokai hoin)
  676. Concubine: Kasuga no Tsubone (daughter of Yoshihide SETTSU)
  677. Concubine: Keiun Anshu (daughter of Fuyumune OINOMIKADO)
  678. Concubine: Ko NAKANE (first daughter of Yoshisaburo NAKANE, died on December 29, 1915)
  679. Concubine: Lady Ocho (Sokuseiin), the daughter of Shigetatsu SONE
  680. Concubine: Lady Oito (Honrinin), the daughter of Hiromitsu TAKAGI
  681. Concubine: Lady Oman (Seishinin), the daughter of Tameyoshi HIRATSUKA
  682. Concubine: Lady Omio (Hoshinin), the daughter of Shigetoshi KIMURA
  683. Concubine: Lady Omiyo (Sengyoin), the biological daughter of 就相 NAITO and adopted daughter of Kiyoshige NAKANO
  684. Concubine: Lady Oraku (Korinin), daughter of Katsutoshi OSHIDA
  685. Concubine: Lady Orio (Chosoin), the daughter of Noriharu ASAHINA
  686. Concubine: Lady Oruri (Shorenin [the Tokugawa Family]), the daughter of Masakata TODA
  687. Concubine: Lady Oshiga (Eimeiin), the daughter of 頼能 NOSE
  688. Concubine: Lady Osode (Honshoin), the daughter of Masafuku YOSHIE
  689. Concubine: Lady Otose (Myosoin), the daughter of Katsutoshi KAJI
  690. Concubine: Lady Oume (Shinshoin), the daughter of Tadayoshi MIZUNO
  691. Concubine: Lady Outa (Hochiin), the daughter of Tadanao MIZUNO
  692. Concubine: Lady Oyachi (Seishoin), the biological daughter of Morihide OIWA and adopted daughter of Nobukuni MOROBOSHI
  693. Concubine: Lady Oyae (Kaishunin), the biological daughter of Tadakatsu MAKINO and adopted daughter of Tomomitsu TSUCHIYA
  694. Concubine: Lady Oyao (Chishoin), the daughter of Masayoshi ABE
  695. Concubine: Neifukuin-dono
  696. Concubine: Nobu SHINMURA (daughter of Masataka MATSUDAIRA, adopted daughter of Takeo SHINMURA, died on February 8, 1905)
  697. Concubine: Takahashi-dono
  698. Concubine: Yoshi (Tatsugoro SHINMON's daughter)
  699. Concubine: a daughter of Motouji KAKO (Buddhist name: Unkoin Kakuhen, a member of the Ashikaga clan) (according to "Sonpi Bunmyaku" and "Keizu San'yo")
  700. Concurrently he was proclaimed as the Seii Taishogun and Chief of the Minamoto clan.
  701. Concurrently he was tactician for the fifth generation of the Chikuzen Niten school, which was a follower of Musashi MIYAMOTO.
  702. Concurrently holding the posts of tonin and Yoryudo of Zasso-Ketsudansho (agency of Kenmu government to file lawsuits), they were expected to cooperate with each other.
  703. Concurrently served as Mino-shojo (Junior Secretary of Mino Province).
  704. Concurrently with the inauguration of JR Tozai Line, Osakajokitazume Station commenced operation at a short distance, seemingly in place of Katamachi Station.
  705. Concurrently with the increased conflicts, the Kokujin's aspirations for independence, as in the kokujin uprising (kokujin-ikki), became more apparent.
  706. Concurrently with this promotion, he was also granted the Sixth Order of Merit in recognition of his distinguished military service.
  707. Concurrently, 'Kyoto Discount Round Trip Ticket,' which permits unlimited use for travel between Wakasa-Hongo/Wakasa-Takahama and Kyoto City by using the non-reserved seats of ordinary cars of limited express trains, including this service (6,000 yen).
  708. Concurrently, Kagekatsu had an audience with the Emperor Ogimachi and was appointed to the post of Ukone no Shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  709. Concurrently, Tendai Zasu (head priest) Myoun was also dismissed and banished to Izu Province, but the general public rescued Myoun on his way to Izu, thus sending him back to Mt. Hiei.
  710. Concurrently, a genre called 'sakumono' with comical content was born.
  711. Concurrently, he changed the constituency system from a single-member constituency system (a medium constituency system partially of plurality bloc voting) to a large constituency system (partially a single-member constituency system).
  712. Concurrently, he was appointed Seii Taishogun.
  713. Concurrently, its name was changed to 'Monju.'
  714. Concurrently, some cars were added to the rolling stock of Hakuto arriving at and departing from Osaka Station via the Fukuchiyama Line.
  715. Concurrently, some of the cars, where mobile phones should have been switched off, underwent a modification of the place where the rule was applied.
  716. Concurrently, the Tomigaoka depot and both Higashi-Ikoma and Tomigaoka signal stations went into operation.
  717. Concurrently, the city took over the operation of the private bus companies in Kyoto City, making Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau the only bus operator in the city.
  718. Concurrently, the operation of setting up freight trains was discontinued.
  719. Concurrently, the platform was elevated.
  720. Condemnation against signing the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan (five-parties treaty in the Ansei era) without an imperial sanction and demand a through explanation on it.
  721. Condemning Abe and Matsudaira's disobedience to its order, the court issued the imperial edict that they should be deprived of their official ranks and dismissed from their offices.
  722. Condensed Timeline
  723. Condensed lactic acid bacteria beverage: Concentrated liquid from Calpis (uncarbonated soft drink, manufactured by Calpis Co., Ltd).
  724. Condensed natural landscapes were created in the narrow space of front of small studies.
  725. Conder put his efforts into training Japanese architects at the Imperial College of Engineering and was therefore referred to as 'Father of Japanese architectural studies.'
  726. Condiments may be chopped leeks, grated ginger, sesame, Japanese ginger, and so on.
  727. Condiments such as momijioroshi (whole daikon with a chile pepper notched inside and then grated,) etc. can be added to taste.
  728. Condiments: chopped flavored vegetables in seasonings like green onion, garlic, shiso (Japanese basil), fresh Japanese pepper leaves, Japanese ginger, fresh onion, oroshi shoga (grated ginger), sliced green chili and so on.
  729. Condition Article Number Five: The retainers of the Edo-jo Castle would move into Mukojima (Sumida Ward, Tokyo Prefecture) and would confine themselves in the respective locations.
  730. Condition Article Number Four: The Tokugawa shogunate army would hand over all weapons to the new government.
  731. Condition Article Number One: Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA would be in custody of the Bizen Domain.
  732. Condition Article Number Seven: The Imperial army would suppress any accidental violence initiated by the retainers or soldiers of the Tokugawa shogunate army, should the Tokugawa family not control the violence through use of its own power.
  733. Condition Article Number Six: Any personnel who supported the reckless actions of Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA would be subject to severe investigation and then would be subject to severe punishment.
  734. Condition Article Number Three: The Tokugawa shogunate army would hand over all warships to the new government.
  735. Condition Article Number Two: The Tokugawa family would evacuate Edo-jo Castle.
  736. Condition Number Five: Once the process in the surrender of Edo Castle is complete, the Tokugawa family should immediately implement procedures for returning Edo-jo Castle to the Tayasu family.
  737. Condition Number Four: Those personnel residing in Edo-jo Castle should move out and subsequently to confine themselves in the agreed designated locations.
  738. Condition Number One: Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA should confine himself within his hometown of Mito City.
  739. Condition Number Six: The Tokugawa family should exert maximum effort in the suppression of any potential accidental discharge of samurais and retainers by the Tokugawa family or the former Tokugawa shogunate army.
  740. Condition Number Three: The Tokugawa shogunate army should gather all weapons and warships.
  741. Condition Number Two: Those lords aligned in support to Yoshinobu should be punished, but with lenient treatment, therefore, the lords should not have the charge of capital punishment administered.
  742. Condition in which bright yellow luster is observed
  743. Condition in which koji is in a mushy state as the steamed rice is too soft and bacterial threads intrude too much into both the surface and the inside because of an error in adjustment during the preceding step when steaming rice.
  744. Condition in which sake is rather deeply colored
  745. Condition of Hibyoin and patients
  746. Conditional form
  747. Conditions for the favorable treatment of the Emperor of the Qing (Shinshitsu yutai joken) (1912): After his abdication, the last emperor of China was given the honorific title 'Emperor Daishin' and received the same treatment as monarchs of foreign countries.
  748. Conditions in Japan became widely known in Western countries as a result of the photographic and printing technology that was being developed at that time.
  749. Conditions laid down by the Kyoto City road administrator meant that the operation of the section between Sanjo-Ohashi Station and Furukawacho Station was only provisional.
  750. Conditions of the land at the time
  751. Conditions of the peace were that the Hojo clan should own Kozuke Province and the Tokugawa clan Kai Province and Shinano Province, and that Tokuhime, the second daughter of Ieyasu, should marry Ujinao
  752. Conditions selection
  753. Conditions that determine the development and characteristics of Yumiya
  754. Condolence money
  755. Condor
  756. Conduct of Judicial Proceedings (Dajokan Fukoku No. 103 of 1845)
  757. Conduct the practice of going around the principal image, alternated with that of sitting.
  758. Conducted for the purpose of rice paddy development in 1986, the excavation discovered a surrounding moat in the south-eastern part of the mound.
  759. Conducting Course
  760. Conducts the ascetic training of Shingon Sect Daikakuji School monks.
  761. Confectionaries, that respect tradition and formality, manufacture chitoseame candies employing the above steps, and then serve the candies at shrines and receive exorcism, and then place them on shop shelves.
  762. Confectioners of other towns of hot springs also tried blending water of spring's source, and someone tried making it by using high temperature steam of hot springs.
  763. Confectioners who prepared the former are called 'kashisho' (confectionary craftsmen) or 'onkashi-tsukasa' (confectionary master), and so on, while ones who prepare the latter 'omanya-san' (manju manufacturers) or 'omochiya-san' (rice case manufacturers).
  764. Confectionery
  765. Conference Rooms
  766. Conference on bidding: A very Japanese-natured original method to solve troubles through discussions among people only at the high level, not based on the fair rules.
  767. Conferral of a posthumous rank: Senior Second Rank, Chief of the Imperial Japanese Council of State in 1878
  768. Conferred a posthumous rank of Shoichii (senior first rank) Daijo Daijin (grand minister of state).
  769. Conferred the Imperial Decoration of Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flower.
  770. Conferred the Imperial Decoration of Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun.
  771. Conferred the Imperial Decoration of Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  772. Conferred the rank of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade)
  773. Conferred to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) in 1004.
  774. Conferred to Jugoinoge on December 28, 1566.
  775. Conferred to Okura no shojo (Junior Secretary of Ministry of the Ministry of the Treasury) and Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade) in 997 for the Engyo-ji Temple's rent.
  776. Conferring Ingo on an empress was called Ingo Senge.
  777. Conferring of court rank posthumously to Tatsunosuke ONOE the first who was the first son of Tatsunosuke ONOE the first.
  778. Confidence in own rightness
  779. Configuration
  780. Confinement of Yoriie and Sanetomo's Assumption of Shogun
  781. Confirmed by various historical materials, the contents are said to be accurate and reliable, so it has often been used for the study of history until today.
  782. Confiscation means seizure by officials, and confiscating a person means making that person Kanko (slaves to public ministries).
  783. Confiscation of the property of criminals (bureaucracy, local clans)
  784. Conflict begins between Yoshimitsu and Yoshihiro
  785. Conflict between Yoriie and his elderly retainers continued, and Kagetoki KAJIWARA, who had been an important retainer from his father's time, was overthrown.
  786. Conflict between people prioritizing the restoration and the Edo radicals
  787. Conflict between the Toyotomi and the Tokugawa families occurred, but in the same year, Hideyori married Senhime (a granddaughter of Ieyasu, her mother was Sugenin, a younger sister of Yodo-dono), the daughter of Hideyori who was the second shogun and he was appointed to udaijin (minister of the right) in 1605.
  788. Conflict between the lords of the Tamarinoma (including Naosuke), Masahiro ABE, and Nariaki TOKUGAWA came to a head with a discussion in the Saiko no Ma (West Lake Room) of Edo-jo Castle regarding the conclusion of the treaty between the United States of America and the Empire of Japan.
  789. Conflict between the said two groups, especially the existence of the hard-liners, was regarded as dangerous by the government, and the prohibition order against association was issued on a charge of infringement against the Security Police Law, one year after the establishment of the party.
  790. Conflict of Honmatsu, between the head temple and the sub-temple (between To-ji Temple and Mt. Koya, Koyasan)
  791. Conflict over legitimate blood between the Kujo and Ichijo families
  792. Conflict over the post of shogun
  793. Conflict with Nobunaga ODA
  794. Conflict with Yoshitsune
  795. Conflict with Yuizen
  796. Conflict with the Fukushima family and death
  797. Conflict within vassals of the Ouchi family emerged, but the family head Yoshinaga who was adopted from the Otomo clan was incapable of controlling this internal conflict.
  798. Conflicting theories about her
  799. Conflicts after raising the army
  800. Conflicts between Tomomasa HIRAGA and Shigeyasu
  801. Conflicts between the royals and the elite families also occurred frequently.
  802. Conflicts concerning territories between daimyo were dealt with by the Toyotomi administration as a supreme arbitrator, and it was decreed that any daimyo who acts against the edict was to be severely punished.
  803. Conflicts erupted among them, and in 939 the clash between MINAMOTO no Tsunemoto and MUSASHI no Takeshiba nearly triggered the beginning of Johei Tengyo no Ran (Johei Tengyo Rebellion).
  804. Conflicts with Ogasawara clan reached its peak at the generation of his son, Mitsunori.
  805. Conflicts with Yoritomo
  806. Conflicts with his senior vassal
  807. Conforms to the teachings of the Kogi Shingon Sect.
  808. Confounded, the human trafficker decides to have Jinen Koji perform a dance in return for the child.
  809. Confrontation against Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and the Siege of Osaka
  810. Confrontation and rivalry became intense over government administration amid internal and external issues erupting one after another since the Mongol invasion attempts on Japan.
  811. Confrontation between Katsumoto and Sozen
  812. Confrontation between Mochiuji and Norizane
  813. Confrontation between factions
  814. Confrontation between the bakufu and Mochiuji
  815. Confrontation with Alliance of Kanazane KUJO and MINAMOTO no Yoritomo
  816. Confrontation with Emperor Sanjo
  817. Confrontation with Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI
  818. Confrontation with Kiyomasa KATO
  819. Confrontation with Shogun
  820. Confrontation with Yoshitsune
  821. Confrontation with the Soga clan
  822. Confrontation with the Takeda clan continued after that, and Ujichika often invaded Kai Province until an alliance between Suruga Province and Kai Province was concluded in his later years.
  823. Confucian funeral rites, which became common through danka seido (parishioner system), is one of the few exceptions, but edification of the types of virtue in Ju-kyo were attempted, for example, through the story of eight dog samurai and a princess of Satomi family in Nanso region by Bakin KYOKUTEI.
  824. Confucian philosophy
  825. Confucian rites
  826. Confucian scholar who served as an emperor's jidoku (imperial tutor) conventionally assumed the post of Shikibu no Taifu.
  827. Confucian scholars were often appointed to these posts and they sometimes worked as close advisers after the Crown Prince ascended to the throne.
  828. Confucianism
  829. Confucianism also began to be recognized as the learning essential to daimyo.
  830. Confucianism developed not as a religion but rather as a study, and from the beginning to the middle of Edo period, the doctrines of Zhu Xi (the shushigaku school) and the teaching of Wan Yangming (the yomeigaku school) became popular.
  831. Confucianism has stated that luxury is against Mei (ethics) and Bun (ethics) of Kunshin Sonpi (knowing the difference between the ruler and the ruled or between the aristocrat and the plebeian) and is a great defiance against social order.
  832. Confucianism is originally provided with rational thinking, and the state of Confucian thought being widely accepted produced descriptions of history based on something like rationalism: Tokushi Yoron (lessons from History) and Koshitsu (study book about ancient history), both of which were written by Hakuseki ARAI, are such examples.
  833. Confucianism was mainly taught but its education was also famous for teaching the art of divination.
  834. Confucianism was popular in Japan then, and people were so influenced by it that they were apt to think anything about China was great and superior to the Japanese one.
  835. Confucianism was studied for its morals and ethics mainly by the ruling class, and after the Meiji period, its influence was directly and indirectly exerted on the ordinary people.
  836. Confucianism, Neo-Confucianism, and Yomei-gaku (new Confucianism based on teaching of Wang Yangming)
  837. Confucianism: the shushigaku school (the doctrines of Zhu Xi), the yomeigaku school (the doctrines of Wang Yangming), the kogaku school (the study of the classics), the kogigaku school (the study of teachings of Confucius and Mencius based on their original texts), and the kobunji school (the school of Sorai OGYU)
  838. Confucianist Sorai OGYU, the blood brother of Ogyu was influenced by his younger brother and also authored a book 'Minritsu kokujikai' (The Ming code, with Japanese explication).
  839. Confucianists who serve under Shogunate or the Imperial court
  840. Confucians of both nations, including Seika FUJIWARA, interacted with each other as well.
  841. Confucius's Mausoleum
  842. Confusion after the Restoration and the Spread of Jiuta
  843. Confusion and decline
  844. Confusion may arise with regard to names but this shrine is different from the Izumo Taisha Kyoto Branch Shrine in Shimoyada-cho, Kameoka City.
  845. Confusion of imperial mausoleums
  846. Confusion surrounding these two tombs as to which was the joint mausoleum of Emperor Tenmu and Empress Jito subsequently continued until the Meiji period.
  847. Confusion was further accelerated by Emperor's problem with a woman.
  848. Confusion with Yondangake (the final fine-tuning of sake fermentation)
  849. Confusion with the gourmet cuisine in a particular locality campaigned for local development
  850. Congeneric, heterogeneous species
  851. Congenital Anomaly Research Center
  852. Conger Pike
  853. Conger and eel (cooked in soy sauce, broiled in soy sauce, and so on)
  854. Conger and omelet
  855. Conger eels
  856. Conger pike (Muraenesox cinereus) is a kind of fish classified in the Muraenesocidae family, order Anguilliformes.
  857. Conger pike are caught mainly by a trawl or longline.
  858. Conger pike is full of long, hard small bones.
  859. Conger pike is treated as a luxury foodstuff in Japan.
  860. Congestions rarely occur even in the urban district of Yawata City; in contrast its neighbor city, Hirakata City is noted that there are no roads to speak of between the Kyoto and Osaka region.
  861. Congratulations
  862. Congratulations and Condolences
  863. Congregational Churches
  864. Conjecture according to the official ranks of each contributor place this date between April 893 and September 894.
  865. Conjecture on the title of TAKATA no Niinomi, "Syuto in Mino Province"
  866. Conjecturing from existing historical records, he had spent miserable childhood.
  867. Conjugal love doesn't exist simply.'
  868. Conjugation
  869. Conjunctions: 'aruiwa' (或者), 'shikareba' (然者), 'naomata' (尚又), 'mottomo' (尤), 'matawa' (又), and so on.
  870. Connected Railway
  871. Connected at Hosono Station and Shimokoma Station.
  872. Connected at Komada Station, Shin-Hosono Station (both East and West Exits) and Yamadagawa Station.
  873. Connected bus services
  874. Connected railway
  875. Connected railway lines
  876. Connected railways in the past
  877. Connected shippo patterns are provided on the kamachi (frame).
  878. Connected ticketing gate: Tsuruhashi Station, Kyoto Station (previous)
  879. Connected to the Shijo Kaido Road, it has long been a road for commercial use that leads to the river ports for lumbers located in Umezu, Katsura, and Arashiyama.
  880. Connected to the above meaning, it came to mean a question given to a trainee in Buddhism in the Zen sect as one of the tasks to achieve enlightenment.
  881. Connected with Koshi SHIBUKAWA, a lawful wife of Yoshiakira, he sometimes confronted Yoriyuki over a conflict between local clans and shugodai (deputy military governor) in the territory of Echizen and became a force of the anti-Yoriyuki group.
  882. Connected yotsume shippo patterns and tachiwaku patters and so on are provided in the kirikane technique on the finished bases of the robe, the halo, and the pedestal of the statue of Yakushi.
  883. Connecticut College
  884. Connecting Lines
  885. Connecting Lines (expected)
  886. Connecting Railways
  887. Connecting Roads
  888. Connecting Yasaka-jinja Shrine, Maruyama-koen Park (Kyoto Prefecture), Kodai-ji Temple and Hokan-ji Temple (Yasaka-no-to Pagoda) in the north (via Ninen-zaka Slope) and Kiyomizu-dera Temple in the south, it is always visited by sightseers.
  889. Connecting corridor
  890. Connecting line
  891. Connecting lines
  892. Connecting lines in the past
  893. Connecting rail lines
  894. Connecting railway line
  895. Connecting railway lines
  896. Connecting road
  897. Connecting roads
  898. Connecting route
  899. Connecting routes
  900. Connecting service to other water routes (Otsu Prince Hotel Port - Otsu Port - Ogoto Onsen Port, Kusatsu Karasuma Hanto Port and so on)
  901. Connection among Kyoto, Shiga, and Nara
  902. Connection between Motochika fujin and the central government
  903. Connection between a hakoshiki-sekkanbo (box-shaped stone coffin grave) is also considered (Hakoshiki-sekkanbo becomes a hole-shaped grave with stone lid if all other parts except the lid is omitted.)
  904. Connection to Nobushige (Yukimura) SANADA
  905. Connection to the Tokaido Line at Kyoto Station
  906. Connection with Korea
  907. Connection with Negoroshu
  908. Connection with Prince Shotoku
  909. Connection with railway
  910. Connections
  911. Connections between these people and the five lowly castes of the ritsuryo system were mostly denied, but connections of these people with buraku in early-modern times during the Edo period has become a major theme of historical research.
  912. Connections to Japan Airlines Corporation's flights to Tokyo at Osaka International Airport
  913. Connections to other lines were resumed.
  914. Connections with "Masukagami" (The Clear Mirror)
  915. Connections with Other Literary Works
  916. Connections with other languages
  917. Connections with rapid trains and waiting for trains to pass
  918. Connections with the political and business worlds since Danjuro ICHIKAWA IX also had an effect, and support from these connections helped significantly.
  919. Conquering Japan via the eastern route, by employing the Goryeo army.
  920. Conquering Rokuhara
  921. Conquering the Southern Sung Dynasty first, and then Japan, employing the subjected people of Han.
  922. Conquest of Ashihara no Nakatsukuni
  923. Conquest of Kishu
  924. Conquest of Kyushu by Hideyoshi
  925. Conquest of Odawara
  926. Conquest of the eastern regions
  927. Conquest of the western regions
  928. Consciousness
  929. Conscripted farmers got upset.
  930. Conscription
  931. Conscription Ordinance
  932. Consecrated ground falls within these confines and, the ropes are a spiritual cleansing barrier warding off misfortune and evil.
  933. Consecutive Heads of Senke Schools
  934. Consecutive Heads of the Urasenke School
  935. Consensuses about kosa problems have been built there as well.
  936. Consent right regarding marriage of family members and adoption (the Old Civil Codes, Article 750)
  937. Consent right regarding registration and deregistration of family members on household registers (except situations in which registration and deregistration is needed from a legal standpoint) (the Old Civil Codes, Article 735, 737 and 738).
  938. Consequence
  939. Consequences
  940. Consequences of the affair
  941. Consequent upon the death of Noritsuna, the period of the SHIONOYA family of the FUJIWARA family ended, but there are two theories concerning that.
  942. Consequent upon the downfall of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI in 1595, even though the feudal lords had abandoned him, Mitsunari begged for Hidetsugu's life till the end, believing in his innocence.
  943. Consequent upon the electrification of railroads on March 16, 1996, construction work was implemented to make a separate railroad track for trains that pass the station without stopping, as well as to expand the platform.
  944. Consequent upon the enactment of Religious Organizations Act in 1939, Shingon sects (except for the Shingon Risshu) were integrated as the Shingon sect.
  945. Consequent upon the extension of the DC section to Tsuruga Station, the operation of the special rapid train during the day was extended to Tsuruga Station with the schedule revision of October 21, 2006.
  946. Consequent upon the revision of the schedule implemented on March 13, 1988 in association with the completion of electrification between Kamo and Kizu, the trains departing from this station and directly running through into the Yamatoji Line and Osaka Loop Line began operating.
  947. Consequent upon the timetable revision of March 15, 2008, all of the outbound trains (except for limited express trains and local trains bound for Sasayamaguchi) have been operated directly from the JR Tozai Line at a peak period in the rush hour in the weekday morning (between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.).
  948. Consequent upon the timetable revision of March 18, 2007, this station offers no regular transportation of freight whose contract is made by the freight car.
  949. Consequentially, he transferred to Kita Style as an art apprentice and became an adopted son of Roppeita KITA. He introduced himself as Hideo GOTO.
  950. Consequentially, the army on the Tokugawa shogunate's side became the Emperor's enemy.
  951. Consequently Kabuki kyogen plays performed today do not include many works that originated in Kamigata, except maruhonmono.
  952. Consequently Masatoyo and Toshitoyo became opposed to each other in 1497.
  953. Consequently Monkan returned to Kyoto and was promoted to the position of Ichi no Choja (highest-ranked chief abbots of the temple) of To-ji Temple.
  954. Consequently Osaka side was named Shimamoto Town and Kyoto side was named Oyamazaki Town.
  955. Consequently Saikashu was internally split.
  956. Consequently Ujinori and others attacked Suruga Province but they were defeated by the Imagawa clan.
  957. Consequently an idea has gained strength within the Shinto Jimukyoku that it would be necessary to establish a new institution which has a wider range of functions and roles of Kyuten Renshujo (the training institute of ancient national literature).
  958. Consequently different types made in different nations were mixed, hindering the proper supply of ammunition and maintenance of weapons.
  959. Consequently even now 'katsudon' naturally refers to the sauce katsudon in Fukui Prefecture.
  960. Consequently haiku in the later ages cannot necessarily be said to have succeeded Shofu.
  961. Consequently he had to oppose Yoshisuke (Yoshinaga) SHIBA and Shigeyuki HOSOKAWA, who were both members of the eastern camp.
  962. Consequently his territory grew to be worth 250,000 koku (the Tatebayashi Tokugawa family).
  963. Consequently it became possible to apply the Buddhist precepts to the cases other than murder and theft.
  964. Consequently many had followed you, even though you raised an army from the state of an exile.'
  965. Consequently occasions to wear Monogu shozoku decreased and it became obsolete.
  966. Consequently on March 10, 2002 the two companies set up the twice daily Chuo-do Daytime Express Kyoto-go (as the second 'daytime express' service) which passed through Chuo Expressway and had its terminal at Shinjuku Station in Tokyo.
  967. Consequently the initial plan to move the Daijokan at the same time was withdrawn.
  968. Consequently the matter was solved by sacrificing the life of a man, Zenzaburo TAKI, under the pressure by the powerful countries, but the Meiji government appealed to them its legitimacy as a government in charge of the diplomatic policy after that.
  969. Consequently the name Chofukumaru became the name of legitimate sons of the Kii family.
  970. Consequently they were given an economic base which allowed them to keep their military power strong enough to maintain the public order.
  971. Consequently, 'Jodo Shinshu' is sometimes called Montoshu.
  972. Consequently, Arifusa was 48 years of age at his appointment as Junior Third Rank, non-Councilor joining the ranks of nobles.
  973. Consequently, Chancellor Sukehira TAKATSUKASA worked to improve the situation by persuading both the Emperor and Sadanobu during this incident, he was the youngest child of the first Imperial Prince Naohito and also the younger brother of Imperial Prince Sukehito.
  974. Consequently, Chinese characters became unfamiliar to common people and the culture through which they could know their history was lost.
  975. Consequently, Emperor Reizei and Emperor Enyu would no longer share the Imperial Throne; thus the throne was kept with Emperor Enyu's direct descendant for a long time, as Emperor Sanjo's blood line was carried over to the next generation of the Imperial Family through Princess Teishi.
  976. Consequently, Genji treats Hyobukyo no Miya coldly after he returns to the capital.
  977. Consequently, Gidayu-bushi and Ningyo Joruri became worthy of admiration as art.
  978. Consequently, Handen Shuju (a regulation of land ownership) was not conducted after the one in 902, and although Emperor Daigo regulated shoen himself, he could not bring results.
  979. Consequently, Harumoto lost the war (the Battle of Eguchi) in battle with Nagayoshi in Settsu-Eguchi.
  980. Consequently, Hideyoshi agreed to provide support for the reconstruction of Mt. Koya and founded the Kon-do Hall (main hall of a Buddhist temple) and Daito pagoda on Mt. Koya, contributing to the revival of Mt. Koya.
  981. Consequently, Hideyoshi seized leadership within the Oda government and strengthened his position as Nobunaga's successor through the Kiyosu Meeting and the Battle of Shizugatake; then, in 1583, he started the construction of Osaka-jo Castle.
  982. Consequently, Hongwan-ji Temple split into Nishi Hongwan-ji Temple of which the twelfth monshu was Junnyo, the third son of Kennyo, (the present Jodo Shinshu sect Hongwan-ji-ha) and Higashi Hongwan-ji Temple of which the twelfth monshu was Kyonyo, the eldest son of Kennyo (the present Shinshu sect Otani-ha).
  983. Consequently, Ieyasu, who had confronted Hideyoshi under the banner of Nobukatsu, no longer had any reason to fight Hideyoshi and withdrew his forces.
  984. Consequently, Iwaki no miko and Hoshikawa no miko were born.
  985. Consequently, Iwarehikono mikoto suppressed Nakasu.
  986. Consequently, Japan's command of the seas was confirmed.
  987. Consequently, Japan's diplomatic negotiations with Korea failed.
  988. Consequently, Kuki went to Europe in 1873 in order to see the actual situation of overseas students as well as to explain and convince them to come back to Japan.
  989. Consequently, Kyoto Kosoku Railway Co., Ltd., would establish the subway line in the system of the Japan Railway Construction Public Corporation, and accordingly the aboveground section of the Keihan Keishin Line would be discontinued.
  990. Consequently, Masanaga lost the battle.
  991. Consequently, Mii-dera Temple is deeply connected with Shugendo (Japanese ascetic and shamanistic practice in mountainous sites).
  992. Consequently, Mitsukuni deviated from the ideal of "aimin" (care for the people) which 'Mitogaku' intended to achieve.
  993. Consequently, Morihiro HOSOKAWA and subsequent lords of the Kumamoto Domain were related to by blood to Narishige HOSOKAWA but not to the Tadatoshi lineage which had blood ties to Gracia.
  994. Consequently, Motonaga was defeated by Harumoto HOSOKAWA in 1532, but Yoshiharu won the support of Sadayori ROKKAKU and his son Yoshitaka ROKKAKU, made peace with Harumoto and returned to Kyoto in 1534.
  995. Consequently, Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, the warring lord of the neighboring province, often interfered in Hatakeyama's domestic affairs.
  996. Consequently, Nobunaga's teppo units could have easily weakened the Takeda forces without recourse to the tactics of sandan-uchi.
  997. Consequently, Onomichi City began to be the hub port of Bing Province.
  998. Consequently, Russia abandoned its southward expansion in the Balkan peninsula and shifted its direction towards expansion in the Far East.
  999. Consequently, SANO killed himself by disembowelment, together with the others, inside of the residence of the Aizu Domain in Kyoto City (It is also said that they were barbarously murdered by Kuwajiro OISHI and other members of the Shinsengumi).
  1000. Consequently, Senge joined the first Saionji Cabinet as the Minister of Justice in 1908.

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