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  1. Consequently, Senyo went into Hase-dera Temple in 1588, which came to be the grand head temple of the Shingon sect Buzan-ha.
  2. Consequently, Shiga Prefecture independently enacted the so-called Lake Biwa Ordinance (Ordinance for Prevention of the Eutrophication of Lake Biwa) in order to regulate factory and household effluents.
  3. Consequently, Shikashu, a collection of poems by a prominent poet, also achieved recognition.
  4. Consequently, Shungaku MATSUDAIRA and Naoyuki NAGAI gathered at the residence of Tosa Domain on 22 to write a draft resolution and Sanshoku meeting (meeting of the three offices) were again convoked on 23 and 24 (Iwakura was absent).
  5. Consequently, Shushigaku became integrated with Imperial Court power and acquired strong influence on ideological circles.
  6. Consequently, Shusuke urged Kondo to return to the capital through Hikogoro SATO.
  7. Consequently, Tameto was awarded the rank of Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  8. Consequently, Tomizu was allowed to return in next January ('Tomizu Incident').
  9. Consequently, Tsunayoshi became the brother of the shogun.
  10. Consequently, Tsunayoshi plays an evil role in "Mito Komon," the story about Mitsukuni.
  11. Consequently, Ujitomo sided with Norizane UESUGI in the Eikyo War, opposing Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, the then "Kamakura-kubo" (Governor-general of the Kanto region).
  12. Consequently, YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto ordered Miyazu-hime no Mikoto to enshrine the sword, on which occasion Atsuta-jingu Shrine was built.
  13. Consequently, Yorinaga, who has been in Uji, returns to Shirakawadono (Shirakawa Palace), where the Emperor resides.
  14. Consequently, Yoshifusa enthroned the nine-year-old Imperial Prince Korehito as Emperor Seiwa.
  15. Consequently, Yoshihisa came to use the relationship with the Uesugi family positively; he not only made them support him financially but also tried to have his three daughters profitably adopted by Tsunanori.
  16. Consequently, Yoshisada moved from Takebeyama-jo Castle to Yuminoki-jo Castle.
  17. Consequently, Yuhitsu was separated into two kinds, Omote-yuhitsu, preparing and managing Monjo related to general administrative matters, and Oku-yuhitsu, preparing and managing Monjo related to the Shogun as his close associates.
  18. Consequently, a council system, consisting of senior vassals, was established in the bakufu in order to control shogun's dictatorship.
  19. Consequently, a genuine descendent of Someiyoshino cannot exist.
  20. Consequently, a new 'village' was formed by uniting several once existed villages.
  21. Consequently, a person's age may be calculated incorrectly if it is based on the traditional Japanese system; in order to avoid this, the Christian era year that has been derived based on January 1st on the Japanese calendar should be used when calculating a person's date of birth and death.
  22. Consequently, a portion of the text is repeated.
  23. Consequently, advancement in official ranks among court nobles was hindered, and one could not find a court noble with a suitable official rank to serve as a minister when trying to appoint one.
  24. Consequently, after Buddhism, Confucianism, and Christianity were approved, Shinto-related aspects continued to exist in the wide scope of people's spiritual lives in Japan.
  25. Consequently, after KAMO no Mitsuyoshi, the Kamo clan pretended to adopt only the Senmyo calendar in the eyes of the public, while in secret they also used the futenreki.
  26. Consequently, after secretly sending the Imperial Prince Norinaga to Yoshino, Akiie moved his army from Kawachi Province to Izumi Province in order to rebuild its force.
  27. Consequently, akagome was gradually excluded from eating, being considered a weedy rice.
  28. Consequently, all of the trains are operated with eight-car sets, and although the 221 series is also used, Nara Train Depot's JNR 103 series (greenish brown cars connected together as two four-car sets), the 103 series (orange) and the 201 series of Morinomiya Train Depot are also operated.
  29. Consequently, any confrontations with Oku-yuhitsu (who managed everything in Edo-jo Castle behind the scenes) carried the risk of compromising one's position, and this was true even for the daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) of Taihan (a large domain) or the heads of the O-oku (the inner halls of Edo Castle where the wife of the shogun and her servants resided).
  30. Consequently, archers participating in the movement to re-establish Butoku Kai within the Kyudo federation left the federation.
  31. Consequently, as a measure against manors, zuryo entrusted the management of koryo and security duty mostly to the Tato fumyo with the samurai status who had military abilities, to maintain koryo.
  32. Consequently, as of October, 28, 1955, Uji Tawara Jidosha applied to the Land Transport Bureau for mediation to discourage Keihan's obstructive activities against Uji Tawara's business.
  33. Consequently, at this stage the Shogun post was not an absolute requirement for leadership of the warrior families, and may not have been seen as that important.
  34. Consequently, both the Kansei Reforms and Tempo Reforms could not succeed these policies, and ultimately failed.
  35. Consequently, chase attacks caused a number of casualties.
  36. Consequently, citizens and scholars are not permitted to freely enter the burial mound.
  37. Consequently, court nobles (excluding the regent and chancellor families) and retired emperors were not involved in the final process of making political decisions for the Imperial Palace; it was intended that the palace should be run in accordance with the government policy.
  38. Consequently, daimyo and kuge (court nobles) had to request his inept Noh performances to flatter him.
  39. Consequently, disciplines came to be observed in Buddhist society.
  40. Consequently, discontent within the Shimazu family was concentrated on Tadamune and he was called the 'flatterer, crafty person' who was disturbing the Shimazu family.
  41. Consequently, domains in Hokuetsu together with the Nagaoka Domain joined the alliance, setting off a battle between the new government's forces and the allied forces.
  42. Consequently, dominant temples or shrines had many manors donated.
  43. Consequently, due to the expansion of the two privileges, private dominance of land and people in shoen further grew, and the confrontation between kokushi who tried to reorganize shoen and lords of shoen intensified.
  44. Consequently, each class is heavily burdened.
  45. Consequently, either of the five families, namely the Sugawara clan, the Oe clan, the Southern House of the Fujiwara clan, the Ceremonial House of the Fujiwara clan and the Hino line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan interchangeably filled both of the two monjo hakase posts after the mid Heian period.
  46. Consequently, entering the Edo period, the majority of Sarugaku in Japan became subsidiaries of Yamoto-shiza.
  47. Consequently, even if it is appropriate for a character to wear ohaguro and hikimayu, they are almost never used nowadays except for in a few special circumstances.
  48. Consequently, farming in the area was subject to floods whereby one could expect normal crops only once every three years.
  49. Consequently, flood prevention projects; river improvement and the development of new fields from the flooded fields were actively implemented through the power of the Daimyo during the period governed by Shingen.
  50. Consequently, for a classical text it is relatively easy to read.
  51. Consequently, forces that had confronted Toshiie joined the attack on the Shibata force.
  52. Consequently, from the Taisho period to the prewar era each town had one tofu maker.
  53. Consequently, from the evening on, even if local trains departed from JR Nanba immediately after a rapid train, the following rapid train would catch up to the local train and be forced to run slowly until the Kashiwara area.
  54. Consequently, full-house feasting became an ordinary feast.
  55. Consequently, having learned the assassination plan on himself and the munitions seizure incident from Kohei and HENMI, SAIGO returned to Kagoshima to take measures against the matters.
  56. Consequently, having received the order from Harumoto, who had become Deputy to the Shogun under Shogun Yoshiharu, Nagamasa became busy with taking action and suppressing the Ikko Ikki.
  57. Consequently, he became Saneyori OKUNI.
  58. Consequently, he headed for the east leading various corps, including Matabe KIJIMA and Izumi MAKI.
  59. Consequently, he lost the opportunity to enter Kamakura.
  60. Consequently, he made frequent visits to him for medical treatment.
  61. Consequently, he ran away from his home ground Kai Province and lost his status for good.
  62. Consequently, he retired from acting.
  63. Consequently, he was adopted by Yoritomo as his own child.
  64. Consequently, he was attacked by the imperial forces on May 15 of the same year (1221), while he was at his residence, and he was forced to kill himself, together with his son Mitsutsuna IGA.
  65. Consequently, he was called Kuwana shosho dono.
  66. Consequently, he was deprived of his properties and position.
  67. Consequently, he was forced to enter the priesthood and retire (the Maki Incident) on the twentieth of the leap month of July.
  68. Consequently, he was landed on as 'you are just a ronin!' in Osaka Natsu no Jin.
  69. Consequently, he was opposed to Tatsuyasu TOGAWA and OKA Echizen no kami (a child of Buzen no kami) whose opinions were different from his.
  70. Consequently, his elder brothers Nobuyasu and Hideyasu and his younger brother Tadayoshi were highly rated as great commanders with their military prowess and clever strategy.
  71. Consequently, his fluid and tense style came to fruition, and coupled with the filming of the camera operator, Kazuo MIYAGAWA, his films were highly regarded.
  72. Consequently, his forces, together with Kaizu-jo Castle, became to enclose Saijo-san Mountain.
  73. Consequently, his old retainers such as Fukunishi, Seki, Oka, and Shiga were expelled and banished, and further, Satoie GAMO, the younger brother of the chief retainer Satoyoshi GAMO, was given free time and was deprived of his official rank.
  74. Consequently, how to harmonize kana characters and Chinese characters in writing became a big problem in the calligraphy in Japan, and Japanese style calligraphy was completed to solve the problem.
  75. Consequently, if one toji retires from a traditional brewery, they generally invite the next toji from the same toji school or group in order to keep their taste and originality.
  76. Consequently, in 1660, he was given land for a temple at Owada of Uji-gun, Yamashiro Province, and the next year he built a new temple which he named Manpuku-ji Temple on Mt. Obaku after the temple of his home Fuqing as he pledged to remember the old people and things.
  77. Consequently, in 1940 this pension was changed to a single lump sum, to be paid in government bonds.
  78. Consequently, in 1968 the company concluded a business-assignment agreement with Kokusai Motorcars Co., Ltd., whose head office was located in Tokyo, and abolished the reserve bus division that the company had operated for the past 18 years.
  79. Consequently, in February 1683, Tsunayoshi banished Shinkuro and his son and, the following March, forced them to transfer to Hosho-za company and even to change their family name to Hosho before summoning them back.
  80. Consequently, in Sado Province there used to be a local custom of avoiding any marriage proposals during the tenth month.
  81. Consequently, in desperation he started an offensive upon the headquarters of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA from the front.
  82. Consequently, in general there are many expressions that are introspective and delicate, while dramatic expressions are rare.
  83. Consequently, in many case, they saved the situation among themselves by collecting reparations known as 'maotoko seven ryo two bu' (compensation seven ryo two bu for adultery) from the adulterer, or divorcing the adulteress.
  84. Consequently, in some regions the superstition has emerged that something unusual will happen when umeboshi, which usually don't go bad, begin to rot.
  85. Consequently, in spite of success in enhancing its political influence on the shomusata, the Muromachi bakufu could not achieve another goal of putting a period to the confrontation between Tadayoshi and Moronao, it rather deteriorated.
  86. Consequently, in the era of Yoshinori ASHIKAGA the fourth Kamakura-kubo, Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, who raised the Eikyo Rebellion, was conquered and temporarily direct rule by the shogun was exercised but eventually failed; subsequently, Mochiuji's son Shigeuji ASHIKAGA was made the new Kamakura-kubo.
  87. Consequently, in the time of the regent Yasutoki HOJO, the litigation system was implemented and "Goseibai-shikimoku" (code of conduct for samurai) was promulgated with some elements taken from the court noble law.
  88. Consequently, in this Jodo there is no pain, but only joy exists.
  89. Consequently, influx of various materials to support the samurai class lead to the subsequent population growth in the commercial and industrial sectors.
  90. Consequently, insei has been conducted from time to time since then, but it has been in form only.
  91. Consequently, it became a red-hot product; other companies released similar products, which drove the katsuobushi kezuriki (a cutter box for katsuobushi) from the Japanese household.
  92. Consequently, it became the largest landowner in Korea under Japanese rule during the time until Japan was defeated in the war.
  93. Consequently, it has been said that when the Saigo no tsubone died, many blind women prayed her for happiness in the next life in front of the temples' gate every day.
  94. Consequently, it is believed that the bakufu finance was kept comparatively stable until immediately before the Onin War despite losing its authority.
  95. Consequently, it is possible to approach the setsuwa in this collection from a point of view that is unfettered by allegiance to any specific code of values that would require a faith-based reading.
  96. Consequently, it is possible to interpret this passage as claiming that Izanagi ran down (not up) the Yomotsuhirasaka.
  97. Consequently, it is the schools of the Nichiren sect rather than the Tendai sect which currently promote ichinen sanzen as the ultimate principle of the Buddhism.
  98. Consequently, it is the veritable records (provided they remain extant after the compilation of the official history), not the official histories themselves, that have the higher value as historical sources.
  99. Consequently, it is thought that the family name of Sasakiyama gimi would have nothing to do with Misasagi no He but would instead be a family descended from Sasakibe (or Sasabe) owned by Emperor Nintoku.
  100. Consequently, it is thought that this tumulus was constructed in the first half of the mid Kofun period (the first half of the fifth century).
  101. Consequently, it led to a situation where domestic sewage and agricultural runoff in the surrounding areas became backed up, contributing to various problems including reduced catches of fish due to the deteriorated water quality and outbreak of malaria.
  102. Consequently, it seems that Moromoto should have passed the post of Kanpaku on to his eldest son Norimoto by then at the latest but that timing remains unknown.
  103. Consequently, it took enormous time and money to prepare tea services for the Imperial Court.
  104. Consequently, it triggered severe competition for passengers between the Hanshin and Hankyu companies.
  105. Consequently, it was decided that Yoshitomi would become the 14th shogun, Iemochi TOKUGAWA.
  106. Consequently, it was decided to build an annex building directly north of the main building, and the annex was opened to the public in 1986.
  107. Consequently, it was handed down to the Inaba clan, which was descended from her, of the Yodo Domain.
  108. Consequently, it was hard for the besieging army to completely invest the large Kumamoto Castle with exceedingly few soldiers.
  109. Consequently, jiuta and sokyoku began to develop together.
  110. Consequently, kanzashi became merely a decoration bar and strings called kakeo began to be used to fix a Court cap.
  111. Consequently, kosa also contributes to a reduction in the damage due to acid rain.
  112. Consequently, land stewards used their position to gradually seize the power to control and rule manors and imperial territories by various means, including promoting farming.
  113. Consequently, local authorities such as the governor of Kyoto Prefecture (who also served as the mayor of Kyoto City at the onset of municipality) requested the development of industry.
  114. Consequently, many Kaihatsu-ryoshu tried to retain their dominion and the right to manage shoen by donating their shoen to the powerful central nobility, temples, and shrines.
  115. Consequently, many people began to gather at Mt. Tsukuba; on the contrary, Mt. Fuji came to be always covered with snow, and people stopped visiting Mt. Fuji.
  116. Consequently, many people living in this section use their cars as a means of transportation instead of taking a train.
  117. Consequently, many samurai who lost their job became ronin (masterless samurai), causing social disorders bringing a sense of expectation of wars.
  118. Consequently, many solders suffered from frostbite during battles in winter, significantly reducing military power.
  119. Consequently, many temples began to experience difficulties in their management, so that they were forced to become defunct.
  120. Consequently, more beautiful, popular, or simpler Kamon, that were easier to draw, tended to be favored, and while some clans who had the same Myoji used different Kamon, many clans who had different Myoji used the same Kamon.
  121. Consequently, more than 30,000 small and large breweries were established all at once in just one year.
  122. Consequently, most of his selections were not adopted.
  123. Consequently, neither the Shosoin building nor its treasures have been designated as national treasures or important cultural properties.
  124. Consequently, no eight-car train can stop at this station.
  125. Consequently, no legitimate, systematic and academic study could be conducted for Ukiyoe as a pictorial art work, and opinions based on different knowledge sources were partially and continually repeated only by individual collectors and researchers.
  126. Consequently, on October 31, the Progressive Party virtually became an opposition party, and immediately after that, OKUMA and counsellors from the Progressive Party side resigned.
  127. Consequently, one of the systems of religious teachings of Shinnyoen Buddhism, called Shinnyo mitsu (Shinnyo Esoteric) (named by the head priest Yushu OKADA, who was from the Daigo school of the Shingon sect) was established as 'Shinnyo Sanmaya School.'
  128. Consequently, onshu and kasshutsu were temporarily banned in 800 and only sokan was permitted.
  129. Consequently, people in Okabe Domain demanded reform following the example of Asada Domain.
  130. Consequently, people who use the pass are limited.
  131. Consequently, personnel in the post of monjo hakase often became familiar with persons in positions of authority and, by the end of the Heian period, as many as twelve such personnel became Court nobles based on their recommendations, including HARUZUMI no Yoshitada, TACHIBANA no Hiromi and KI no Haseo.
  132. Consequently, posts of Oryoshi (suppressor) and Tsuibushi (envoys to pursue and capture) were established with the role of a local security police.
  133. Consequently, power became concentrated in the Okimi (Emperor.)
  134. Consequently, prime minister Masayoshi MATSUKATA dissolved the House of Representatives for the first time on December 25.
  135. Consequently, rather than someone having to stay awake to make sure that the candles and incense do not burn out, it is more appropriate to say that they do not have time to burn out.
  136. Consequently, recipients of the Order of the Golden Kite banded together, forming the 'League of the Golden Kite' to seek reinstatement of the Orders' honors and annual pensions.
  137. Consequently, relatively few temple visitors use this station.
  138. Consequently, rewards received for Ikedaya Incident were unprecedented, and their names became widely known throughout the country.
  139. Consequently, samurai forces that repeatedly self-propagated through succession and property division to soryo (heir) and shoshi (child born out of wedlock), lost the opportunity to obtain territory and shifted to single succession, where territory was inherited by the soryo only.
  140. Consequently, sankyoku gasso is not performed in regard to these tunes.
  141. Consequently, several years' visits would be needed in order to see its most famous treasures.
  142. Consequently, she became the only member of the House of Representatives from the New Komeito Party who was not affiliated with Soka Gakkai (among members of the Diet, Shozo KUSAKAWA, the Vice President of the New Komeito Party, is not affiliated with Soka Gakkai).
  143. Consequently, she is also known as Lady Sainomiya, and as the Lady of Shokoden Palace.
  144. Consequently, signature and seal are not enough for the judgment of Buncho's work.
  145. Consequently, some kanjin shoku didn't have such close relationships with kanjin-so monks.
  146. Consequently, some persons concerned with Kokyu and those concerned with erhu voice that these terms should be used correctly.
  147. Consequently, some persons of great influence in soson became samurai by entering into the relationship of master to servant with the Shugo or Kokujin.
  148. Consequently, such chronicles are entirely unreliable as primary sources, and are thought poorly of in general.
  149. Consequently, temples other than those of the Zen sect began to lend money as a way to manage surplus funds as well as Shidosen, and in the early Muromachi period, temples were operating similar to for-profit financial institutions.
  150. Consequently, the Gofuku industry became further depressed so the textile businesses that had produced textiles for kimono, went down one after another.
  151. Consequently, the Hamada Domain (including the shogunal demesne of Iwami Silver Mine) and a major portion of the Ogura Domain were subjected to the Choshu Domain until people and lands were returned to the emperor in 1869.
  152. Consequently, the Imperial Court issued a Daijokanpu (official documents issued by Daijokan, Grand Council of State) on December 15 of the same year.
  153. Consequently, the Imperial line of Emperor Gotoba's Cloistered government and Emperor Gotoba were abolished, and this caused a problem because there was no one to succeed to the Imperial throne.
  154. Consequently, the Japanese sake as object to be warmed is basically not the sake with distilled alcohol added.
  155. Consequently, the Kamakura bakufu faction in the Imperial court was temporarily fatally damaged.
  156. Consequently, the Katsuie's army suffered a crushing defeat to the Hideyoshi's army, and Morimasa tried to retreat to Kaga Province to make a comeback later.
  157. Consequently, the Keihanshin Local Line's commuter train series 103 totaled 371 cars consisting of fifty-two sets of trains, one extra set of four-car train, one extra unit of disjoined two motor cars and one trailer car.
  158. Consequently, the Keihanshin Local Train was continuously forced to wait for the introduction of new cars, until it would become too late for Expo'70 in 1970.
  159. Consequently, the Keiun Reform was conducted in order to adjust for problems which had occurred with the enforcement of the ritsu and ryou codes.
  160. Consequently, the Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau abolished some bus routes in the Daigo area or designated the route to Keihan Bus, while at the same time Kyoto City Bus Daigo Eigyosho (Daigo business office) closed permanently.
  161. Consequently, the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) sent envoys to Korea to conduct an investigation into whether the rumors of a new invasion from mainland China were accurate, and had the envoys endeavor to get to the bottom of the matter.
  162. Consequently, the Otate War ended with a victory for Kagekatsu, and Kagetora killed himself.
  163. Consequently, the Otomo clan changed its name to the Tomo clan.
  164. Consequently, the Raigeki-tai troop was completely removed from the category of strategic threats to the government army.
  165. Consequently, the Sawa-kai which was reducing parliamentary seats due to a Kenkyu-kai offensive proposed the merger and then tied up with the Independents on February 1, 1928 and formed the new faction, Douwa-kai.
  166. Consequently, the Shinbashi area was designated as a Special Preservation and Improvement District, and later selected as an Important Preservation District for Groups of Historic Buildings.
  167. Consequently, the Shosoin Treasures, the Katsura Imperial Villa, the Shugakuin Imperial Villa and other such cases have not been designated national treasures.
  168. Consequently, the So clan became less interested in the repatriation of the residents, and the population in Sanpo increased drastically: the population was 206 in 1436, and it increased to over 1,650 in 1466, and then it eventually reached 3,105 in 1494.
  169. Consequently, the So clan intended to enhance the trade using various measures, but the clan's intent triggered a conflict with the Korean Dynasty.
  170. Consequently, the Third Higher School University Preparatory Course was established on the southern side of Higashi ichijo-dori Street (current Kyoto University Yoshida Minami Campus).
  171. Consequently, the Tokuyama clan was restored.
  172. Consequently, the Umewaka group (the Rokuro UMEWAKA family, the Kichinojo UMEWAKA family and the Tetsunojo KANZE family) was expelled from Kanze-ryu school in 1921.
  173. Consequently, the anticipated peace initiative faded away.
  174. Consequently, the bus stop 'Daigo Higashi Danchi' (Daigo East Housing Estate) and 'Daigo-ji Temple' will be closed and another bus stop, 'Temporary Daigo-ji Temple,' will be set up on the street connecting Daigo-ji Temple, Daigo Station and the place where Shin Nara-kaido Road makes a multi-level crossing.
  175. Consequently, the construction of the temporary building of the Congress Hall, which had two stories, was started and the main building was completed in 1890 when the First congress of the Imperial Diet was opened (the reference of History of the Diet Building.)
  176. Consequently, the conventional limited express and express were integrated in order to reduce the number of trains in the section from Takatsukishi Station to Kawaramachi Station.
  177. Consequently, the critical situation of ITO himself or his Cabinet then was called 'the crisis in Meiji 20' (in 1887)
  178. Consequently, the current Ayabekita toll barrier (Ayabe Junction) will be replaced by the Ayabe Ankokuji Tollbooth.
  179. Consequently, the departure platforms aren't fixed.
  180. Consequently, the direct family line of Miyoshi family as a Sengoku daimyo (a territorial lord in the Sengoku period) ceased to exist.
  181. Consequently, the discontinued service of the direct train to Maizuru City seriously hampered the convenience of the area, because the city wasn't just the center of the northern Kinki region but also had Maizuru Port, a water gateway on the Sea of Japan side having an international container shipping route.
  182. Consequently, the dish is often considered an inexpensive dish.
  183. Consequently, the economy in Hatamoto's territories was quite negatively affected by the inflow of Han-satsu and the like from other territories.
  184. Consequently, the etymological explanation of the term as coming from "the month of no gods" has become quite deep-rooted.
  185. Consequently, the family name of FUJIWARA no Tamaro's descendants became "田上."
  186. Consequently, the fief system since the Edo period was abolished, and the lands of the domains were consolidated.
  187. Consequently, the flow of water that used to directly run from the Uji-gawa River into Ogura-ike Pond was redirected to run into that pond at downstream from Fushimi only during floods.
  188. Consequently, the forest is thought to preserve the original vegetation, the so-called potential natural vegetation, of the area.
  189. Consequently, the hanzei that continued to be implemented on these territories persisted, in spite of the fact that it was a temporary measure.
  190. Consequently, the head family became extinct.
  191. Consequently, the hearts of the gokenin gradually began to drift further and further away from the bakufu; these actions by the Tokuso provoked a smoldering dissatisfaction among the gokenin and among all warriors.
  192. Consequently, the issue of ASHIKAGA shogun family's heir arose, but Yoshimasa was not willing to relinquish his position as the Shogun to either party, and he continued to show an irresolute behavior by immersing himself in his cultural interests.
  193. Consequently, the junyoze is not seen in the Sanskrit original, and not found in "Sho Hokke-kyo (the Lotus Sutra)" by Fahua ZHU, "Tenbon Myoren Hokke-kyo (the Lotus Sutra)" by Jnana-gupta and Dharmagupta, or "Hokkeron (the Treatise on the Lotus Sutra)" by Seshin.
  194. Consequently, the length of the head portion has become longer, compared with that of the initial 0 series Shinkansen train-cars, and in addition, the shape has become quite different from those of ordinary train-cars (becoming sharp and streamline, like a duckbill).
  195. Consequently, the life and culture of the people living in the Japanese islands changed drastically, leading to the beginning of the Jomon period, except for the small islands in the southeast of the main islands of Japan.
  196. Consequently, the lower ranking officials not only in the Bureau of Archives, but also in the Bureau of the Library, Water Office, Palace Storehouse Bureau were placed under the control of suino.
  197. Consequently, the master-and-servant relationship, which is originally an agreement for just one generation, gradually became hereditary and fixed.
  198. Consequently, the middle or lower class feudal domain retainers were engaged in farming together with their family members, making them virtually farmers.
  199. Consequently, the movement to create a new holiday came to be observed after World War II.
  200. Consequently, the new government decided not to put down the Kishu Domain.
  201. Consequently, the number of new disciples increased and in this sense Nikaku rendered a great service.
  202. Consequently, the number of the patients rapidly increased particularly in the battle to suppress Taiwan after the Sino-Japanese with another cause that beriberi is prone to occur at high temperatures.
  203. Consequently, the number of towns in the area amounts to 65, of which 54 is prefixed by 'Kisshoin,' 7 'Kisshoin Nishinosho' and 4 'Kisshoin Nakagawara.'
  204. Consequently, the only way to eliminate the trade deficit was by finding a solution to the gold and silver problem.
  205. Consequently, the operation of 'Monju' was halted in the section between Shin-Osaka Station and Fukuchiyama Station until June 18 of that year.
  206. Consequently, the painters of the Kanoha group needed to learn ancestral painting examples and ways of painting without expressing their individuality as painters.
  207. Consequently, the parliament decided to reassign the sovereignty of England to Charles II (King of England) who was a child of Charles I, and restarted the Stuart Dynasty in 1660.
  208. Consequently, the persons in the Tokuso family and those in Kyoto all worried and were boisterous."
  209. Consequently, the pleasure of tasting sobayu itself including the lingering flavor of soba in sobayu and the taste of cooking water (as good water is often used to boil soba at soba restaurants) became the focal point of drinking sobayu.
  210. Consequently, the postal services were forced to close shortly after its opening.
  211. Consequently, the primary purpose of the Mori side was fulfilled by delivering provisions to Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple.
  212. Consequently, the railway is inferior in cost but superior to the express bus in terms of the time needed to cover the distance and in the frequency of service.
  213. Consequently, the reputation of kanjin monks declined within the circle of temples (including the kanjin shoku monks) as well as among the general public.
  214. Consequently, the samurai who were originally mediators of rewards came to acquire the position of reward-giver.
  215. Consequently, the services placed great emphasis on relief activities while placing very little importance on aspects of accommodation.
  216. Consequently, the specific term 'juwari soba' or 'kikouchi soba' is generally used at those soba restaurants specializing in noodles made only from buckwheat flour.
  217. Consequently, the street west of Nishioji-dori Street is still narrow but there remain traces of the Historic Highway in the east side of Katsura Ohashi Bridge or around Katagihara on Sanin-kaido Road (Old Sanin-kaido Road).
  218. Consequently, the third son of Kokosai succeeded the Matsuo-ryu school as its eighth head, Kyukosai, after the sudden death of the seventh head Kokosai, but after his four year service as the head, Kyukosai went abroad to Taiwan.
  219. Consequently, the tradition of appointing only the members of the Fujiwara clan to Sessho (regent) and Kanpaku finally came to an end, a tradition which had lasted for seven hundred years since FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa.
  220. Consequently, the trains operated based on the daytime schedule were partially reduced in number on the section between Takatsukishi Station and Kawaramachi Station (the conventional limited express train was practically discontinued).
  221. Consequently, the two offices treated the lower ranking court officials as virtually their own vassals.
  222. Consequently, the unification of jiuta and sokyoku was promoted.
  223. Consequently, the usage ratio of ICOCA to the number of times the automatic ticket checkers used in the Keihanshin area has reached approximately 50%.
  224. Consequently, the word often refers to military men in many cases but it is not necessarily limited to them.
  225. Consequently, the work to underground the line on the Kyoto side was also hurriedly completed.
  226. Consequently, the yose culture in Kamigata rakugo (rakugo in Osaka) was extinct.
  227. Consequently, there are various views on where the sword is now kept.
  228. Consequently, there arose a conflict over the right of issue of license and it resulted in the foundation of Umewaka-ryu school in 1921.
  229. Consequently, there emerged an established scheme in which with the qualifications of shokan, gunji, goji, and hoji, samurai dominated local hyakusho as a resident landlord.
  230. Consequently, there existed Renshi Godan, Hanshi Shichidan and so on, but this situation is impossible to achieve in the present system.
  231. Consequently, there have been debates about identifying the location, the route and the journey (refer to the debates on Yamatai).
  232. Consequently, there have been many cases of a so-called opposite phenomenon whereby some amateurs are appreciated and engaged as video game lead animators, cartoonists, or as illustrators, according to the reality that they have obtained a large number of fans through websites.
  233. Consequently, there is a total of 16 towns that are prefixed by 'Karahashi.'
  234. Consequently, there was a never-ending string of convicts who tried to escape, so the system failed to play its full part to isolate nor to correct these criminals.
  235. Consequently, there was increasing disaffection with party government among the Navy, the Army, the bureaucracy, nationalist organizations, etc.
  236. Consequently, there was ongoing friction with the doctrine of the Honmon Hokke sect; in 1869 he took leave of Honno-ji Temple, which he made the headquarters of his activities, and turned Yusei-ji Temple into his new base.
  237. Consequently, there were cases wherein someone was not appointed Kampaku but gained the right of nairan to act as Kampaku and grab power - FUJIWARA no Michinaga was typical of this.
  238. Consequently, there were few countries which adopted the silver standard.
  239. Consequently, they deployed 500 troops and barricaded the Suzuka Mountain Path.
  240. Consequently, this operation was the last one for the model 260 train cars and a new final destination display board was provided on the last occasion.
  241. Consequently, this technique is considered to have been conveyed from Baekje to Japan via Kaya.
  242. Consequently, those roshis were divided into two groups ? the Mitoha group including Serizawa and Niimi, and the Shieikanha group including Hijikata.
  243. Consequently, to avoid conflicting with the Hagi clan any further, they handed over Riuemon to the Hagi clan, responding to their demand, and also agreed on the seizure of his residence.
  244. Consequently, when pets died, funerals, graves and butsudan for them are increasingly arranged.
  245. Consequently, with the beginning of serious interpretation of the Tale of Genji, people began to consider the age of the characters, the contexts and intervals between the various events in the story.
  246. Conservation
  247. Conservation Activities
  248. Conservation Center for Cultural Properties
  249. Conservation Center for CulturalProperties
  250. Conservation Course
  251. Conservation of Satoyama
  252. Conservative Youth faction: advocating the reconstruction of an 'empire' (Reich) in the supranational space of medieval Germany.
  253. Conservative theory for the emperor to return home
  254. Consider educational matters as an example.
  255. Consider the Japanese society of the later middle ages around the Muromachi and Sengoku periods (the Warring States period).
  256. Consider traffic and life policies as an example.
  257. Considerable amount of training is required to be a Jikata and, usually, Ane geigi (older geisha) who has finished her career as Tachikata becomes Jikata.
  258. Considerable publicity has commercially assisted in vigorous kodan performances, primarily in the abovementioned comedy houses.
  259. Considerably diverging from his master Okyo's style by using the extreme contrast between black and white, big and small, or compositions that utterly ignore realism, Rosetsu's eccentric tendency manifests itself in the interior mural paintings which he made in Nanki.
  260. Considerating that senjafuda are sometimes peeled off to maintain the facilities of shrines and temples, it is necessary to use an adhesive that is harmless to the buildings.
  261. Consideration about existence
  262. Consideration and creation of Shigi Kenpo were banned by Hoan-jorei (regulations for the preservation of law and order) which had become effective on December 26, 1887, the same day of its establishment and issuance.
  263. Consideration for courtesans (reference)
  264. Consideration to subordinates
  265. Considerations of 'Sendo Torakichi Monogatari' (The Story of Torakichi, the Tengu Apprentice), 'Shindo Hyotan Ryakki' (Brief Account of the Supernatural Boy) and 'Shichishomai no Ki' (The Dance of Seven Lifetimes) were included in the books.
  266. Considered to be built during the Muromachi period
  267. Considered to have been completed in 1113, it is also called "Toshiyori Kuden" and "Shunbisho."
  268. Considered to have taken a cue from an episode in which Zhi Bo during the Chunqiu period in China conquered Jinyang Castle by inundation, the inundation tactic was a clever idea which made full use of the merits of numajiro that was a swamp.
  269. Considering Chinese pronunciations, for example, "呼" can be read as "wo" (as demonstrated in examples of writing Xiongnu, and so on), so there is an opinion that Himiko might have been pronounced "Pimiwo."
  270. Considering Ienari's young age, the Gosanke intended for Sadanobu, who had been an alternate candidate for the post of shogun, to fill the void until Ienari was ready to take on the responsibilities of his new job.
  271. Considering Masakado's fame and personal charm, the Imperial Court decided to confer on him a court rank and appointed him as an official.
  272. Considering Mokugyo as an instrument, it is a kind of slit drum.
  273. Considering Yoshinobu as a strong candidate as the heir to the Shogun, Ieyoshi visited the Hitotsubashi Residence often, but he abandoned this idea after accepting Roju Masahiro ABE's admonishing advice.
  274. Considering all of these anecdotes together, he seems to have had a rigid way of thinking, but on the other hand, the author of "Taiheiki" praised Saneyo as a 'Capable person' and Chugan Engetsu wrote a poem describing him as a 'Subject of wisdom' ("Tokai ichioshu").
  275. Considering both the practice of beheading during battle and the customs of surrounding peoples, one concludes that seppuku originated from a belief of life that was shared by southern peoples.
  276. Considering from the fact that ancient roads built in the latter half of the seventh century were discovered in a wide range of Japan, there is a possibility that Kaishin no Mikotonori triggered developments on the transportation system.
  277. Considering her daughter's future, she had a bitter parting with the young lady, and after that, she could not meet her until her arriving at her womanhood and her bridal entry into court.
  278. Considering his achievements in engineering, including river improvement, and erosion and torrent control, it might have been better to refer to him as the 'Technical Adviser of the Interior' or the 'River Improvement Engineer' rather than 'Employed Foreigner,' as he was often called.
  279. Considering his age, it is likely that he officially started to join actual fighting when he seceded from the Yamana clan in around October, 1573 (when he was 17).
  280. Considering his performance of state affairs was quite good with the assistance of Kazutoyo YAMAUCHI and Yoshiharu HORIO, he might have been a person with moderate ability.
  281. Considering nanori (the name one refers to himself as when reaching adulthood), it is likely that he had been the fourth son.
  282. Considering of such annotations seen everywhere in it as 'Tasuku considers this as…' ('Tasuku' was the real name of Genpaku SUGITA), this "Kaitai Shinsho" may not be regarded as a simple translation but as a book reconfigured by Genpaku SUGITA and others.
  283. Considering size, shape and other aspects of a kofun, it is clear that a kofun is not a replacement for graves of the Yayoi period, rather an institution of tombing which has greatly changed.
  284. Considering that "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) contain the same term for describing the entry into politics of Imperial Prince Obito (also known as Emperor Shomu), who was a crown prince, it seems to be appropriate to understand that he stood on an equal footing with Kusakabe (Ken SHINOKAWA).
  285. Considering that Chui was made the jito (manager and lord of manor) of Bonotsu (present-day Bonotsu-cho, Minami-Satsuma City), which was later to become known as a smuggling center of the Satsuma clan, there is no doubt that he was more than just an excellent swordsman.
  286. Considering that Haitorei had already lost its effectiveness at that time, the government decided to abolish this act by the article No.4 of the law on organizing regulations relevant to the Cabinet and the Prime Minister's Office (the 203rd law in 1954).
  287. Considering that Hikaru Genji's living in seclusion at Suma reflects ARIWARA no Narihira's traveling from Kyoto to the eastern provinces, this opinion seems to be reliable.
  288. Considering that Katsuyori, who won a string of battles, was defeated at the Battle of Nagashino, this word is considered to be a word of warning.
  289. Considering that Naomasa NABESHIMA, who married Ienari's daughter, and Takachika MORI, the adoptive son of Narito MORI, both played a role in bringing down the shogunate, it can be said that Ienari's attempt to control the daimyo through blood relationships ultimately ended in failure.
  290. Considering that Nobuyoshi captured robbers in Fushimi-jo Castle or that he rescued Yorifusa when a great fire broke out in Sunpu-jo Castle, it is speculated that Nobuyoshi's honest nature and personality had gained Ieyasu's hearty confidence.
  291. Considering that Toshiie once urged Masamune to come to the capital (Kyoto), and that he served as a soja (person in charge of informing a shogun or daimyo of the name of visitors to the residence before the meeting) to Hideyoshi, Toshiie seemed to be in charge of diplomacy with the date clan (the documents of the Date family).
  292. Considering that Tukiyama-dono and Tokuhime stayed in different castles and it was the time when having concubines was broadly accepted, it is hard to believe that it became a cause of discord between a mother-in-law and her daughter-in-law.
  293. Considering that Yokobue's another visit would hinder his Buddhist apprenticeship, Takiguchi Nyudo moved to Seijo-in Temple on Mt. Koya, a place where women were prohibited from visiting.
  294. Considering that chances are against victory, he quickly shifted to the policy of peace, paving the way for peace.
  295. Considering that colorful replicas including three sheets of high-quality full-sized replicas were discovered at Japan Coast Guard again in January 2007, it is still possible to discover more copies of Ino map in good condition.
  296. Considering that he died soon thereafter at the age of 77, he was probably born later than 942.
  297. Considering that he performed military service as a reinforcement to the allies at various places without any mistakes, the fact that he did not employ vassals cannot be a reason to charge him.
  298. Considering that he was responsible as the lord of the castle in the front at the young age of only 24, Hideyoshi must have placed reasonable confidence in him.
  299. Considering that in the early Showa period the monthly salary for private second class in the army was just 8.80 yen, this was quite a large amount.
  300. Considering that most books on nature by scholars of herbalism in the Edo period were just a description of each animal and plant and did not go beyond descriptive taxonomy by listing them up in the order of the 'Compendium of Materia Medica', it is clear that Tomoari was different due to these features of his Gunzanki.
  301. Considering that the article appeared after the death of Emperor Nijo, the account in 'Ryoshuku mondo' can't indicate "Hogen Monogatari," even if what was written there is true.
  302. Considering that the name 'Chikashige Taro TOMIDA' also appears in Azuma Kagami, it is believed that he played an active role in the Jokyu War as a member of the army of bakufu.
  303. Considering that the proper English translation is "farmer," translating "hyakusho ikki" as "peasant uprising" is not grounded in historical fact.
  304. Considering that the set-in Shoji (fukushoji, or set-in translucent screens) and the sliding Shoji were invented almost at the same time, apparently there were sliding Fusuma as a part of residence of upper class until the establishment of "Taketori Monogatari."
  305. Considering that there are the first and the second "Okuiri," the commentary which was added at the end of the manuscript by FUJIWARA no Teika, some people think that the Aobyoshi-bon, which was defined as 'the text fixed by FUJIWARA no Teika,' has several versions in the first place.
  306. Considering that this material has lots of writing errors and mix-ups of names, there is the possibility of Kagesue being mistaken for Kagetoki.
  307. Considering that, he is thought to have had at least high ability to conduct diplomacy.
  308. Considering that, his younger brother, MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi, may have been regarded as the leader of the Minamoto clan inside them, but in the Imperial Court and other places, Yoshinobu may have been appointed as high position according to the birth order.
  309. Considering that, presumably he left the capital during the wars, and went to Kazusa Province and established Obu-no-sho.
  310. Considering the F1 boom in the beginning of the Heisei period, the Crown Prince Akihito's experience in N?rburgring can be referred to as an event with a strange turn of fate.
  311. Considering the Narutomaki was originally made by rolling two paste sheets of different colors as a double layer, the red-periphery one could be rather closer to the original and thus the akamaki kamaboko, a local special product of Toyama Prefecture, and the like are regarded as original.
  312. Considering the above, "Hannya Shingyo" is extremely peculiar as one of the Prajnaparamita sutras.
  313. Considering the above, 'Shoji-to' seems to be a sliding Fusuma Shoji, set at the same time as 'Kenjo no shoji.'
  314. Considering the above, the strict principle of separation of government and religion, and the freedom of religion in the Constitution of Japan were later introduced to rid Shinkoku belief from politics, and it appeared that belief in Shinkoku was wiped from the surface of Japanese society.
  315. Considering the above, zaichokanjin seem to have been obedient servants of kokushi, but in fact, they were not.
  316. Considering the above-mentioned circumstances, however, it appears that such a view of ikki is based on a particular aspect of ikki.
  317. Considering the age, 'Osafune Kii no kami', the father of Tatsuyasu TOGAWA's wife, might be his father Ecchu no kami Sadachika.
  318. Considering the amount of contained silver, 25% of the stated price was a proper additional amount, but the reason why this agreement was made was that the Tsushima Domain received a report from the Korean side in which they found out the percentage of silver content did not meet the defined amount after their analysis of the grade.
  319. Considering the architectural technology at that time, Kannonji-jo Castle was a strong fortress and it is thought that it was still developing.
  320. Considering the circumstances of those days, it is highly likely that he went up to Kyoto because of a relationship between the Ukita clan and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  321. Considering the circumstances that HARADA was living in Oiso, and the difficult transportation condition on those days, NAKAGAWA's visit was extraordinarily frequent compared to others.
  322. Considering the close relationship between politics and religion at the time, it is still possible that the description of "Nihonshoki" was written as regulation of incantation coin.
  323. Considering the date of his sister Kitagawa-dono's marriage, he must have been 24 years younger (born 1456) than the conventional theory holds.
  324. Considering the description in the Record of Japan in the History of Wei, Norinaga concluded that the Yamatai Kingdom was located in the Kyushu District, and a female chief of Kumaso was cultivating friendly relations with Wei under the pretense of Empress Jingu's envoy.
  325. Considering the difference of size in these forces, it would appear that there was a plan to pull the main force of enemy toward the Noriyori army.
  326. Considering the expression of 'every room' apparently means Shoji partitions and it is unlikely that there were only wooden walls of bays in moya and hisashi.
  327. Considering the fact that Gyosho and Sosho were used daily and Kaisho was used in formal occasions where one had to express respect, the above change was made in response to the users' demands.
  328. Considering the fact that Ieyasu raised Osaka Fuyu no Jin in the next year of Yoshinaga's death, more and more people began to think that the assassination theory is quite credible.
  329. Considering the fact that Munenori served three Tokugawa shoguns, Ieyasu, Hidetada and Iemitsu, and was promoted to the daimyo class, it follows that he had the great confidence of them.
  330. Considering the fact that additional burials have been identified, some estimate that the first burials were made in the mid 7th century and the additional burials in the late 7th century.
  331. Considering the fact that every train had to be combined or separated at Matsuiyamate, each train set was again unified to a seven-car train consisting of a basic four-car train plus an additional three-car down train.
  332. Considering the fact that his colleagues Nagamasa ASANO, Yoshiharu HORIO and Kazuuji NAKAMURA received about 100 koku level at the same time, he was one step ahead with 400 koku.
  333. Considering the fact that many documents in history were lost due to burning and aging deterioration, it can be said that existing documents are better than nothing at all.
  334. Considering the fact that seasonings were arranged on different dishes, food did not have flavor and people seem to have seasoned the food to their likening as they dined.
  335. Considering the fact that the Mononobe clan consider their founding father as Nigihaya no mikoto, the land where Shitenno-ji Temple is located seems to be originally the holy place where the Mononobe clan started.
  336. Considering the fact that the Takeda force was vastly outnumbered by the enemy force and that Nagashino Castle was indestructible, their advice 'to withdraw' was more than reasonable.
  337. Considering the fact that the descendants of Ujiyuki of the Yamana clan of Hoki Province used the letter '之,' as Toshiji (one of two kanji characters adopted by members of the same family), it seems that '氏之' was the original way.
  338. Considering the fact that there was a big age difference between the two women, almost like mother and daughter, the relationship between them did not end up a bad one, like the one between Taikenmonin Shoshi (the Retired Emperor Toba's second consort of an emperor) and Tokushi, who hated and fought against each others.
  339. Considering the fact that zoni is first served in the course of honzen ryori (a formally arranged dinner), it was probably an essential dish for banquets for welcoming guests in the samurai world.
  340. Considering the following situation, however, it is hard to say that the definition is realistic.
  341. Considering the geographical conditions surrounding the shrine with Higashinorikura Tumulus about 200m to the north and Nishinorikura Tumulus about 300m northwest, as well as the fact that the shrine's land used to be called Mt. Taiko, the shrine is believed to have been built after flattening a tumulus.
  342. Considering the historical background of Okinawa Prefecture, I feel grief with distress.'
  343. Considering the historical background that the national capital was transferred to Heian-kyo in 794, Korokan in Heian-kyo was the latest guest house among the three Korokan.
  344. Considering the historical background, rich people such as nobility constructed temples, donated statues and pictures, and prayed.
  345. Considering the history so far, Gotoba expected that Yoshitoki would soon be killed and that the Kanto Samurai Group would submit, but the bakufu faction called in its favors since the time of Yoritomo and allied with the majority of gokenin.
  346. Considering the imagined enemies as Russia, the United States of America, German, and France, the army demanded 25 divisions in peace time and 50 divisions in wartime, and the navy demanded the deployment of 8 battleships and 8 armor-clad cruisers.
  347. Considering the importance of Owada no tomari, Kiyomori built an artificial island in front of the port because, as mentioned before, traditionally the southeast wind and wave often destroyed the port facilities, and to build a safe dock, he began the reconstruction work by spending his own money.
  348. Considering the level of harmony shown in these exchanges, it is easy to surmise that the affection Emperor Murakami felt towards Queen Kishi was anything but slight.
  349. Considering the literacy rate in those days, a common man could not be a possible author, therefore it is conjectured that the author would have been somebody who belonged to the upper class and lived near the Heiankyo (the Heian Palace), easily accessing information of the court nobles.
  350. Considering the members of the House of Representatives would be mostly anti-government, they gave the Kizokuin (House of Peers) similar authority to the House of Representatives.
  351. Considering the moral values of the time that approved of modest women, her expressions of love, as can be seen in the poems above, were so straight and bold that they were far beyond the limits of what people were able to accept.
  352. Considering the movement of crocodiles in mangrove forests, it can be explained logically in the story of 'Yamasachihiko and Umisachihiko' that the larger the crocodile the slower it is.
  353. Considering the mutual benefit and harmony between the Shogunate and the Imperial Court, the Kaninnomiya family was founded to prepare for an emergency of the genealogy of the Imperial family.
  354. Considering the national strength and the level of technological development at that time it would have been possible to build Jingu structures that survived to date.
  355. Considering the place where this long sword was excavated, Nukatabe no Omi and Izumo no Omi belonged to the same family, and he seems to have been a supervisor of bemin in the area.
  356. Considering the protection of private information (against the risk that nengajo might be seen by family members at the previously sent address, etc.), there are increasing complaints with the "previously sending" system.
  357. Considering the results of philology whereby the Hokke-kyo sutra was edited a few centuries later than the age in which Shaka lived, the ways of thinking between Japan and other Mahayana Buddhism countries are different.
  358. Considering the ritual decorations and designs as well as these patterns, it can be said that this is a typical Buddha statue around the end of the Fujiwara period.
  359. Considering the scale of Kokufu, its excavation amounts to excavating a whole city, therefore only identifying its location is insufficient to grasp all the details.
  360. Considering the scenes that are regarded as the contents of this chapter, there are no particular inconsistencies even if we suppose that the author purposely omitted them for structural reasons.
  361. Considering the seal system of Han and the role of the golden seal, FURUTA denied the popular theory and believed that the golden seal wouldn't be given to a small country which has as small a territory as Hakata.
  362. Considering the shogunate's desire to isolate the foreigners, the spot was ideal: it was hemmed in by rivers to the east and west, by the Saigoku-kaido Road to the north, and by the sea to the south.
  363. Considering the signature, it is possible that his name 新見錦 is read Shinmi NISHIKI.
  364. Considering the situation in east Asia in the 7th century, it was considered extremely necessary for Japan to open diplomatic relations with Sui.
  365. Considering the situation in which the Oda family expanded its power so rapidly that the power gap between it and the Takeda family was widening each day, the latter in any case had to deal a decisive blow to the former in a major battle as soon as possible.
  366. Considering the social situation that too many sects were founded in China, it was natural that 'which Buddhist scripture was the most important in Buddhism' had gradually become the sole biggest problem among Buddhist.
  367. Considering the standard for longevity was Kanreki (one's 60th birthday) at that time, he lived a long life as a sumo wrestler and set a record as a longest-lived yokozuna.
  368. Considering their scales, those two castles seem to be develop forms of the Kodai Sanjo castles in western Japan, so we need to be careful when categorizing ancient castles.
  369. Considering these points, Fumihiko GOMI concluded that the completion of Azuma Kagami was between 1297 and July of 1304, or around 1300, which is an established theory now.
  370. Considering these points, his escape without fighting was not the best but understandable.
  371. Considering these points, in the changes such as MONONOBE no Obito, MONONOBE no Muraji, FURU no Muraji and FURU no Sukune, it is unknown when he changed from Mononobe to Furu in a range of one year.
  372. Considering these points, the stores handling jimarawi-zake, which were manufactured in the Kanto area and competed with kudari-zake, were no match for those handling kudari-zake.
  373. Considering these situations, box lunch sold within station precincts or stores established by box lunch companies in front of stations are comprehensively called 'Ekiben' in most cases.
  374. Considering these uprisings and destructive riots, some of the influential Japanese territorial lords, such as Yoshinaga MATSUDAIRA, Nagamichi ASANO, and Mochihisa SHIMAZU, presented a proposal to the Edo bakufu to stop the Choshu Expedition.
  375. Considering this aspect, one can infer Jutaro's ability.
  376. Considering this fact, some view this date as questionable.
  377. Considering this provision and the successive emperors always wishing people's happiness, I believe that serving the country and the people to the best of my ability is the duty imposed on the Emperor.'
  378. Considering this, it is supposed that there might have existed a significant difference between the technological level of Japan and that of Korea.
  379. Considering this, the government issued Konden Einen Shizai Law that allowed farmers to regard the land as their permanent property.
  380. Considering this, the old custom of eating eel in summer can be said to make sense.
  381. Considering together with Yamatotakeru's word, 'Ah, my wife,' we can know how strong the bond between them was.
  382. Considering whale meat in hospital meals, it is said that the low fat red meat may be effective for dietary cures.
  383. Considering when, it can be said that it occurred after Imperial Prince Kuniyasu, which should not exist in the record of the central government.
  384. Consisted of 6 scrolls when designated a National Treasure, but rearranged into 7 scrolls after undergoing repairs.
  385. Consisting of Front Hall (Zendo), Rear Hall (Kodo), and Middle Gate (Chumon), it is all shingled with cypress bark.
  386. Consisting of Western-style house, Japanese-style house, and gardens, 6 buildings and grounds of Kakkien were designated Important Cultural Property in 2002 by virtue that 'it is a rare example that completely conveys the style of a late-Meiji era mansion'.
  387. Consisting of an antechamber, vestibule, and machine room, the conservation facility was designed to monitor the temperature and humidity within the stone chamber and regulate the temperature and humidity in the antechamber to match those in the chamber.
  388. Consisting of two volumes notes, "Jo (vol. 1)," and "Ge (vol. 2)," it is also referred to as "Nikan-sho" (literally, two volumes of notes).
  389. Consists of five volumes.
  390. Consolidated Ohanjin
  391. Consolidated: 11.39% based on domestic standards, or 14.91% based on the International Financial Reporting Standards
  392. Consonant system
  393. Consonants
  394. Consort
  395. Consortium japonais du College doctoral franco-japonais
  396. Consortium of Universities in Kyoto
  397. Consorts of Imperial Princes and Princes were ranked after their husbands.
  398. Consorts of Imperial Princes or Princes are addressed in the following manner: husband's name, husband's Imperial nobility, 'Consort,' her name and title of honor, for example "Her Imperial Highness Kiko Consort to Prince Fumihito.'
  399. Consorts of Imperial Princes: the First Order of the Precious Crown (Kunitto Hokansho), on the day of the wedding ceremonies.
  400. Consorts of Princes: the Order of the Precious Crown Second Class, on the day of their wedding ceremonies.
  401. Conspicuous differences in outward appearance are the shape of the pick and players' position against the instrument.
  402. Conspiracy of Yoshikazu HIKI
  403. Conspires to revenge Yoshitsune.
  404. Conspiring with negotiators on the Ming side including Wei Jin SHEN, he tried to conclude peace with the Ming dynasty by conveying false information that Hideyoshi would surrender to Ming and the opposite information to Hideyoshi.
  405. Constant jishi was exempt for sure, but this seems to have been in exchange for the provisional imposition that was put when necessary.
  406. Constantino Dourado, to learn printing technology, Japanese boy
  407. Constituent Members of Kogosho Conference
  408. Constituent structure
  409. Constituents
  410. Constituents and Effects
  411. Constitution
  412. Constitution of the Empire of Japan
  413. Constitutional Monarchy
  414. Constitutional reforms such as the establishment of the twelve cap rank system were carried out during this period, although they were not so influential as to drastically change the political and social systems.
  415. Constrasting the above, Route No. 75C operating via Iwata passes through industrial zones, such as the Kozuya industrial housing complex, Iwata industrial housing complex, and the adjacent Kyotanabe City Osumi area; therefore there are many passengers during the morning and evening rush hours.
  416. Constructed Shinbashira (central pillar) of Toyura-dera Temple (Asuka Village) (according to "Shotokutaishi-Denryaku" [biography of Prince Shotoku]).
  417. Constructed and donated by Nyoshinsai, the 7th head of the Omote Sen-ke family, on the 150th anniversary of the death of SEN no Rikyu in 1741.
  418. Constructed around 1601
  419. Constructed between 1753 and 1764 using funds donated by the Kujo family.
  420. Constructed by Hideyoshi at the same time as the main hall.
  421. Constructed by Kichibei MIKAMI who built Yushukan.
  422. Constructed in 1053.
  423. Constructed in 1535 and is a valuable relic of Muromachi period hojo (abbot's quarters) architecture.
  424. Constructed in 1605.
  425. Constructed in 1616 by Kita no Mandokoro's younger male cousin Gensho HISABAYASHI for the protection of Buzennokami KAMEI.
  426. Constructed in 1623.
  427. Constructed in 1636 using funds donated by a wealthy merchant from Kyoto named Masakatsu GOTO and contains wall and sliding door paintings by Dasoku SOGA and Tohaku HASEGAWA.
  428. Constructed in 1649 - the same year as the main hall.
  429. Constructed in 1649.
  430. Constructed in 1920.
  431. Constructed in 1928 using the voluntary contributions of benefactors.
  432. Constructed in 1933.
  433. Constructed in 1959.
  434. Constructed in 1991, the temple is located north of the main temple buildings, enshrining Xuanzang.
  435. Constructed thanks to donations by the American Board.
  436. Constructed time and buried person
  437. Constructing bridges or camps.
  438. Construction
  439. Construction Division
  440. Construction Features
  441. Construction Office: 1775-26 Ryosi, Miyazu City (located inside of the Miyazu Food Wholesale Market)
  442. Construction Period and the Buried
  443. Construction Summary
  444. Construction Time
  445. Construction and characteristics
  446. Construction and design
  447. Construction and design of the station building
  448. Construction and management of the building of Kyoto-kaikan.
  449. Construction and operation by Shinkeihan Railway
  450. Construction began from the Kyoto side, and the whole line between Kyoto and Nara was completed in 1895.
  451. Construction began in 588 during the reign of Emperor Sushun and was completed in 596 during the reign of Empress Suiko.
  452. Construction began in 886 at the behest of Emperor Koko, although he died the next year without seeing it completed.
  453. Construction began on the garden after the Honmaru Goten was moved here, and work was completed on this Western style garden in 1896.
  454. Construction by Hideyori
  455. Construction by Hideyoshi
  456. Construction consisted of building (civil engineering) of moats and earthen walls and construction of gates and walls.
  457. Construction cost:
  458. Construction cost: 30,000 yen
  459. Construction cost: 6,364,482 yen (plus 387,500 yen for enclosing warehouse and site arrangement)
  460. Construction for DC electrification
  461. Construction for installation of windbreak fences
  462. Construction history
  463. Construction method:
  464. Construction moved ahead quickly in order to complete the park before the "43th National Sports Event" held in Kyoto Prefecture in 1988.
  465. Construction of Abt-system Railway at Usui-toge Pass
  466. Construction of Buddhist Statues, Buddhist mass, and appointment to the priesthood
  467. Construction of Fushimi-jo Castle by Hideyoshi to the Meiji period
  468. Construction of Heijokyo and Wado Kaichin
  469. Construction of Hiraizumi
  470. Construction of Kamogawa Canal, connecting Fushimi and the confluence point of the Kamo-gawa River, was started in 1892 and completed in 1894.
  471. Construction of Kuriko-kaido Road, called Bansei Tairo (a main thoroughfare) that connected Yonezawa and Fukushima was finished in 1880, and Sekiyama-kaido Road that connected Yamagata and Sendai was finished in 1882.
  472. Construction of Makishima-zutsumi Dike
  473. Construction of Nihon teien generally utilizes undulations of the ground or building a miniature mountain, locating a pond at the center of it, and arranging garden stones and plants so that viewers can appreciate the scenery in all seasons.
  474. Construction of Ogura-zutsumi Dike and Bungo-bashi Bridge
  475. Construction of Takayama Dam and New Tsukigase Bairin
  476. Construction of Tenryu-ji Temple was started with the profits of the trade, and it was completed in November, 1343.
  477. Construction of Yodo-zutsumi Dike
  478. Construction of a new dormitory
  479. Construction of daibutsu commenced in Shigaraki no Miya Palace.
  480. Construction of new towns such as Senri New Town, Kozoji New Town, Tama New Town and Chiba New Town were examples of a series of large-scale conversions of the Satoyama into housing lots.
  481. Construction of shrines for honouring people
  482. Construction of shrines in overseas territories
  483. Construction of tea rooms further flourished in the period of SEN no Rikyu, and all the Sukisha (zen philosopher) of that time exhibited their originality and ingenuity for construction, and so-called Rikyu-style tea rooms were also matured under such circumstances.
  484. Construction of temples and shrines
  485. Construction of the Great Buddha
  486. Construction of the Great Buddha, the center of Todai-ji Temple, started in 745, which was planned separately from the construction of the provincial temple.
  487. Construction of the Kyoto Aquarena began in 1999, and the facility was completed in July 2002.
  488. Construction of the Odoi mound started around January and February 1591.
  489. Construction of the capital was carried out in a short time period, and production of coins was also carried out speedily.
  490. Construction of the new Kyuden was started at the former site of the Meiji Kyuden Imperial Palace in 1964 and completed in October 1968, and the Palace started to be used from April 1969.
  491. Construction of the stadium began in 1946 on a cleared site that had been part of the Department of Engineering, Ritsumeikan Vocational School (a predecessor of the College of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University) and a horse riding school of the Ritsumeikan Vocational School.
  492. Construction of the temple started in 987, by accepting FUJIWARA no Kaneie as a believer in Buddhism.
  493. Construction of wooden buildings of four-stories or more was restricted by the Building Standard Act Enforcement Order, which required use of diagonal beams and metal materials and adoption of a concrete foundation, and also by the Fire and Disaster Management Act.
  494. Construction period.
  495. Construction process
  496. Construction site and excavation
  497. Construction spanning the reigns of 3 emperors, it was first built on Mt. Shizuki, there called Shizuki Fushimi-jo Castle, and after an earthquake was moved to Mt. Kohata and named Kohata Fushimi-jo Castle.
  498. Construction started on November 29, 1931.
  499. Construction started on September 10, 1967, completed on April 16, 1971, and the tunnel opened in 1974, when the Kosei Line was inaugurated.
  500. Construction was assigned to close subjects of the retired emperor who were designated to Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors) of various regions.
  501. Construction was completed in 1870.
  502. Construction was completed on the Kinugasa campus of Ritsumeikan University in November of 1983.
  503. Construction was completed only in 70 days, and Yoshiteru moved his headquarters there in April of that year.
  504. Construction was started by Kukai in 826, but the tower was not completed until the end of the 9th century, after his death.
  505. Construction work for Heijokyo was carried out in an extremely short time period.
  506. Construction work on Tofuku-ji Temple spanned over 30 years and its Hatto (lecture hall of an exoteric Buddhist temple) was completed in 1273.
  507. Construction work on the Butsuden (Buddha hall) housing the 15 meter tall statue of the Buddha Shakamuni began in 1239 and was completed in 1255.
  508. Construction work started on November 29, 1931.
  509. Construction work to elevate a track near the station is underway.
  510. Construction work was done by Shimizugumi.
  511. Construction:
  512. Construction: Kyoto Station Building Work Joint Venture
  513. Constructions
  514. Constructions of bridges
  515. Constructions other than those using the dozo techniques have been prohibited, resulting in a street with a continuous row of dozo buildings.
  516. Consuetudinary of the Conferment Ceremony and the Award Ceremony of decoration, badge, medal, and the like (Cabinet approval on July 12, 1963)
  517. Consultants
  518. Consumer and Environmental Protection Division
  519. Consumers who live in the Otokoyama housing complex and its surrounding residential areas--Yawata City's large portion of the population--go out to Hirakata City Kuzuha area and the rate of consumption within the city is quite low.
  520. Consumption outside Japan
  521. Contact
  522. Contact of Main Government Forces with Other Government Forces in Kagoshima
  523. Contact with the Satsuma clan and the Paris Expo
  524. Contacts with Europeans
  525. Container
  526. Containerized freight
  527. Containers
  528. Containers for food and drink are usually collected by the delivery establishment within a few hours or days after delivery, but recently the use of disposable containers is becoming more common in order to save the effort of collection.
  529. Containers such as tiered food boxes were frequently used to serve Makunouchi-bento, but also used were disposable boxes made of paper-thin sheets of wood like the ones of the present time.
  530. Containers such as wooden buckets and/or boxes are carried at both ends of a pole.
  531. Contains sliding screen paintings including those depicting landscapes, flowers and birds, and those depicting tigers.
  532. Contains the burial place of the Arisugawa-no-miya family (from the 1st generation Imperial Prince Yoshihito to 7th generation Imperial Prince Tsunahito).
  533. Contains the tomb of Ruikotsu MATANI, founder of the religious publication 'Chugai Nippo.'
  534. Contains the tomb of Ujisato GAMO.
  535. Contemplating these questions, Wang Yangming went back to the teachings of Lu Hsiang-shan, and elaborately developed them into what became Yomei-gaku.
  536. Contemporary Buddhist Paintings
  537. Contemporary Confucian scholars such as Razan HAYASHI thought that the origin of Japanese people could be traced to the descendants of Count Tai, king of the state of Wu.
  538. Contemporary Dance
  539. Contemporary Drama
  540. Contemporary Judo is derived from Jujutsu.
  541. Contemporary architecture
  542. Contemporary composers (those of 'modern Japanese traditional music' whose origin are Japanese traditional music as well as those of 'modern music' whose origin are western music) are trying to create new musical pieces using such newly developed instruments.
  543. Contemporary kanzashi: With western hairstyle became popular, kanzashi also changed into western-type products.
  544. Contemporary maiko uses it as maesashi (she no longer uses it after becoming geigi).
  545. Contemporary renku
  546. Contemporary usage of the term
  547. Content
  548. Content and composition
  549. Content and structure
  550. Content from "Wakan Roeishu" (lit. Collection of Chinese and Japanese Poems for Singing) and "Honcho Monzui" (anthology of waka poems and prose written in classical Chinese) as well as Buddhist terms are frequently used, and it contains ideological think that transcends the boundaries of other travel journals.
  551. Content of the Alliance (Six Articles)
  552. Content of the Play
  553. Content of the book is mythological and stories, including those about the existence of Emperor Jimmu, are not considered as historical facts in historical science today.
  554. Contents
  555. Contents (partly abbreviated)
  556. Contents - Daigo (Ghee), Ton-kyo that advocates En-kyo (no Himitsu-kyo and Fujo-kyo) and the teaching of kaie (to reveal).
  557. Contents - Jukuso (Butter), Zen-kyo that advocates En-kyo with Tsu-kyo and Betsu-kyo mixing (including Himitsu-kyo and Fujo-kyo) and the teaching of tota (to select).
  558. Contents - Nyuso (Fresh milk), Sudden Teaching that advocates Betsu-kyo (Distinctive Teaching) and En-kyo (Complete Teaching) and the teaching of gigi (to gauge good things).
  559. Contents - Rakuso (Cream), Zen-kyo (gradual teaching) that advocates only Daizo-kyo (including Himitsu-kyo (Secret Teaching) and Fujo-kyo (Variable Teaching)) and the teaching of yuin (to lead).
  560. Contents - Shoso (Curds), Zen-kyo (including Himitsu-kyo and Fujo-kyo) that advocates the comparison of 4 teachings of Daizo-kyo, Tsu-kyo (Shared Teaching), Betsu-kyo and En-kyo and the teaching of danka (to scold).
  561. Contents after the amendments
  562. Contents and Venue of Festival
  563. Contents and a transition of the theory
  564. Contents and plot
  565. Contents and status of emissions reduction in Japan
  566. Contents are different between koto and shamisen, and koto kumiuta includes six sections basically consisting of 128 beats.
  567. Contents are the magnitude of the shinpaku manifestation rate, the aspect of seimai tokusei, the property of rice malt production (in other words, the ease of producing rice malt for sake), the merits and demerits for producing rice malt for sake (hazekomi), the nihonshumushi content of protein, etc.
  568. Contents at the time of enactment
  569. Contents of "Chucho Jijitsu"
  570. Contents of "Kaitai Shinsho"
  571. Contents of Current 'Meiboku Sendai Hagi'
  572. Contents of Reform
  573. Contents of Rekichu (various information recorded in the almanac)
  574. Contents of Sando
  575. Contents of butsugu vary by Buddhist sects.
  576. Contents of each article
  577. Contents of each volume
  578. Contents of kanden
  579. Contents of test for certified skilled worker
  580. Contents of the 30 volumes are as follows:
  581. Contents of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan
  582. Contents of the Kani Official Rank System
  583. Contents of the agreement
  584. Contents of the articles.
  585. Contents of the diary
  586. Contents of the inscription
  587. Contents of the mitchoku
  588. Contents of the regulation
  589. Contents of the songs and ballads are not limited to courtships but also include creation myths, harvests, work for ample crops, funerals, and so on.
  590. Contents varied and ranged widely: revenge, loyalty and martial stories, dramatic narrations, Kabuki and Noh stories, depictions written in phonetic Japanese kana syllabary, fairy tales, poignant stories etc.
  591. Contentwise, it deals with the earliest period.
  592. Contest
  593. Contest form
  594. Contestants wear no protective gear and fight with bare hands and bare feet.
  595. Context of "History of Japan"
  596. Continent culture introduced by Zen monks such as the Sung Study (Neo-Confucian), medicine, printing art, ceramic art and ink-wash painting.
  597. Continual rain mainly around the end of November and the beginning of December is called "sazanka tsuyu."
  598. Continual rainfall mainly from the end of March to the beginning of April is called "Natanetsuyu."
  599. Continue struggling through my life of 40 years, not finding others or myself, but essentially empty.
  600. Continue to recite the name of Mida and it is the true way for Ojo.
  601. Continue to sit for 90 days.
  602. Continue your reign, Your Majesty.
  603. Continued as Higo-no-Kami (the name of Aizu Chujo later surfaced).
  604. Continued as Higo-no-Kami.
  605. Continued as Jiju.
  606. Continued as Sakyo no daibu.
  607. Continued being promoted after that, he was appointed to Sangi (a councilor) at the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1518, becoming a kugyo, after assuming jiju (a chamberlain) and a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards).
  608. Continued being promoted after that, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1446, becoming a kugyo, after assuming a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards), another post at Konoefu, and a post in Mino Province..
  609. Continued being promoted after that, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1502, becoming a kugyo, after assuming jiju (chamberlain), a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards) and another post at Konoefu.
  610. Continuing Education (calligraphy course, Buddhism course, course in the history and culture of Kyoto)
  611. Continuing Okagami, it treats the history for 13 generations, 146 years, from 1025, the era of the Emperor Goichijo to the Emperor Takakura in biographical historiography.
  612. Continuing above, a player who eliminated all 25 cards from the own side first is the winner, and the game finishes.
  613. Continuing eastward, one will reach Maruyama Park (Kyoto Prefecture) and Chion-in Temple.
  614. Continuing from Mikado days, Tatsuo HOSHINO of Ministry of Education and Yasunosuke GONDA gave their assistance.
  615. Continuing from the latter half of the Muromachi Period and partly because of influences of disturbances of war, as the flow of persons and cargo was activated in the Sengoku Period, the relative value of currency increased.
  616. Continuing further, there exists another ochi, '(No phrase containing hachi [8]) then Basho no ku (poem, 9) (a poem written by Basho)' which can be linked with a phrase containing 7; so there are a total of 5x210 ochis.
  617. Continuing on, the surname of the head was announced.
  618. Continuing this tradition is the 'Sanjusangen-do O-mato Zenkoku Taikai' (national archery competition at Sanjusangen-do Temple) held at the 60 m archery range on the western side of the main building on the same day as the 'Yanagi-no-Okaji' Buddhist ritual (mid January).
  619. Continuing to be promoted after that, he assumed Dainagon from 1413 to 1421, after assuming Sangi (councilor), a post in Ecchu Province and Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  620. Continuing to being promoted after being conferred to a peerage in 1346, he was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1370, becoming a kugyo, after assuming jiju (chamberlain) and Sakone no chujo (middle captain of the left division of inner palace guards).
  621. Continuing, he said 'Those in the Han clique were all people who looked like they would not die even if they were beaten' and he became so disappointed that it hurt those around him to see him lament.
  622. Continuity is, in other word, 'musubi (a knot, or connection).
  623. Continuous distilled shochu (shochu group Ko)
  624. Continuous practice of the Doho society (同朋社会)
  625. Continuous use of the Antung-Mukden Railway should be allowed and a consortium of the two countries should be organized.
  626. Continuously on January 23rd Yoshinobu ordered the personnel for the governmental administration of the Tokugawa family to be replaced, he then formed the cabinet body and positioned personnel, primarily chosen from the party favoring allegiance, into the new government.
  627. Continuously, Keijun YAMAZAKI had been a professor of Kyoto Hosei School.
  628. Continuously, his disciple Ninsho appeared and built Gokuraku-ji Temple in Kamakura City, showing the wit of propagandism against the people, which Eison could not have achieved fully.
  629. Contracts for airing the film in eight European countries concludes at the exhibition of the Cannes International Film Festival.
  630. Contradicting to the fact above in some points, as the statesmen who contributed in Meiji Restoration and domain cliques had control over the both politics and military, the problems that occurred later due to the independence of the supreme command did not come to the surface.
  631. Contradicting to this theory, there was a different theory that "chin" was a variant character of "chin" (rare) and Wado-kaichin was read as Wado-kaichin causing a dispute for over 150 years since the Edo period.
  632. Contradiction with the theory of limitation of constitutional amendment
  633. Contradictions in the new government
  634. Contraindications of bathing
  635. Contraindications of drinking
  636. Contrarily to the above-mentioned cases, in Mikawa Province which was controlled by Shigeyuki HOSOKAWA, the troops under the command of Yoshinao's younger brother, marched in and a fierce battle continued in the Province.
  637. Contrarily, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA ignored the order to hunt down the remnants, and hid surviving retainers of the Takeda clan in secret as mentioned above.
  638. Contrarily, if the aftertaste is unclear one, it is expressed as "koshi ga nai (Literally, "It has no koshi") or "koshi ga yowai (Literally, "Koshi is weak").
  639. Contrarily, in "Kakumeiki" (The Diary of Josho HORIN) in 1643, there was a description that branches of plum blossoms were arranged in a natsume, which is said to show an evidence that natsume was also used for other than a tea utensil, until the early Edo period.
  640. Contrarily, the degree of maturity of sake by tongue checking to see if shurenmi has disappeared or not.
  641. Contrarily, the government planned to raise the land tax on the grounds that the taxation on landowners and peasants had been reduced.
  642. Contrarily, there is a another custom where it's required to go back through the same road.
  643. Contrary to "Chidori no Kyoku" still retaining the form of tegotomono, other pieces of Kokin-gumi composed later are more simplified and includes no tegoto to be more like kumiuta.
  644. Contrary to "hikaetsuki," the wrist (hikae) part is not reinforced.
  645. Contrary to 'nyumen' served in hot soup as described later, it is sometimes called 'hiyashi somen' or 'hiya somen,' literally meaning cold somen.
  646. Contrary to San-akudo, the three worlds of Asura, human and heaven can be collectively called San-zendo.
  647. Contrary to Shisho (described later), being called Gokai, Rokudo is also referred to as Meikai.
  648. Contrary to Turks' discourse, the story of the Ertu?rul's distress was not well remembered in Japan and had been rarely mentioned in public for a long time.
  649. Contrary to a trend to remove 'Buddhism' from the names of faculties and departments, it declares itself to be 'the center of the University for the study of Buddhism.'
  650. Contrary to airplanes and ships, no passenger list is available for Shinkansen.
  651. Contrary to his intention, Tokiyori assumed real political power after his retirement, and this heralded the Tokuso family in the Hojo family.
  652. Contrary to ordinary pilgrimages to reijo, no number is given to the reijo where the pilgrimage is to be made.
  653. Contrary to popular belief that the Nagaoka-kyo was unfinished and abandoned, the construction of Nagaoka-kyo was nearly complete, as shown in the reconstruction of not only the old palaces such as Naniwa no Miya but also the buildings in Heijo-kyo.
  654. Contrary to such an atmosphere in Taiwan, Shinpei did not choose a hasty prohibition of opium usage.
  655. Contrary to that assertion, there are indeed old Someiyoshino trees to be found.
  656. Contrary to that, the Genbun Koban (oval coin) minted in the first year of the Genbun era (1736) is recognized as the first reflation policy of the bakufu and is highly praised as one of a few examples of recoinage which exerted a favorable influence on the Japanese economy.
  657. Contrary to the 'Nozomi' trains, some Hikari trains stop at every station in some sections.
  658. Contrary to the Cloistered Emperor with whom it was passed down that he was with woman only after several years, Yoshichika spent almost all of his remaining life training in Buddhism after becoming a priest, while keeping in contact with old friends including FUJIWARA no Michinaga.
  659. Contrary to the compact that promised the Rusu-seifu (government while heads of government are away) wouldn't conduct major reform while dispatching Iwakura Mission, the internal confusion caused by the drastic reform hardened OKUBO and other opponent's attitudes.
  660. Contrary to the current system seats at a higher level cost more.
  661. Contrary to the intentions of devotees, Asuka-dera Temple and Shitenno-ji Temple became state-administered temples.
  662. Contrary to the long kamishimo, the name hakama was determined by its usual length.
  663. Contrary to the persuasion of those around him, he refused to inherit his standing as a physician and instead went to Edo again.
  664. Contrary to the reputation, however, he eventually became concerned about his works.
  665. Contrary to the story, the memorial column was not erected by Yoritomo but by people who had a connection with the temple out of respect for Yasuyori as the founder of Omido-ji Temple.
  666. Contrary to the trend appreciating such expensive karamono, Juko was using humble utensils such as inexpensive Chinese ceramics (inexpensive celadon ceramics called 'Juko Seiji' were typical) and Joo Takeno, Rikyu's teacher, was fond of Shigaraki-yaki ware and Bizen-yaki ware.
  667. Contrary to the view of 'shinsei' (bestowing a surname) and 'granted' in the family names of TOYOTOMI and HASHIBA, Kenichi NIKI guessed that it had been the custom of the territorial lords to write 'the family name of HASHIBA' in an official manner at that time.
  668. Contrary to the white ball, a material ball is not painted.
  669. Contrasting movement and stillness, describing the passage of time, and with frequent use of gitaigo (mimetic words), parallelism, and sound repetition, even while using the traditional vocabulary, it was a revolutionary effort that makes a vivid impression on anyone more familiar with the flat style of the Nijo faction.
  670. Contrasting with gokenin retainers holding Fudai and Nibanha status were the Kakaeseki retainers who were restricted to serving for one single generation and, usually relinquished the gokenin status upon retirement or death.
  671. Contrastingly, Kiyomoto, being a mixture of Tomimoto and Nagauta, has no dynamism at all but is a delicate and emotional Joruri in which high tones are frequently used.
  672. Contrastingly, Mizuwasabi can grow larger, since allyl isothiocyanate is washed away amid the running water and permeable soil.
  673. Contrastingly, Sekien TORIYAMA portrayed Katawa-guruma as a woman's figure in his collection of paintings called "Konjaku Gazu Zoku Hyakki" (Continued Illustrations of Variety of Demons, Past and Present)' based on the description in "Shokoku Satobitodan," and he also referred to "Shokoku Satobitodan" in his explanation of ghosts.
  674. Contrastingly, Sochiha (Sochi school of Buddhism) of Chinese origin, which wasn't directly related to Dogen, was under the control of the Gozan system despite belonging to the Soto sect of Zen Buddhism.
  675. Contrastingly, Takayori abandoned his formal residence of Kannonji Castle and fled to Koga.
  676. Contrastingly, in the case of ready-made wafuku, with the exception of hakama (a formal divided skirt for men) and tabi (split-toe socks), there are only three standard sizes: for children, adult men and adult women.
  677. Contrastingly, in the case of sankyoku gasso some parts are added to a tune that is originally a solo, so the music is somewhat fluid, heterophonic and ornamental, and in its orchestration it's as flexible as baroque music.
  678. Contrastingly, many Chinese traditional musical instruments have been 'modernized' due to the influence of Western musical instruments.
  679. Contrastingly, most Wagakki weren't subjected to such adaptations.
  680. Contrastingly, people in Shodo-mon (Gateway of the Holy Path) who see this Jodo as a Hodo do not accept the presence of common people in this land, and people in Shodo-mon who accept the entry of common people to this Jodo preach this land as Kedo.
  681. Contrastingly, the woodblock print benefited from the fact that as a print, the same picture could be inexpensively printed off many times, so even the general public of the Edo period was easily able to obtain such works.
  682. Contrastingly, there is "wasabimaki (namidamaki)," a kind of sushi roll that is made of boiled rice and wasabi only and prepared in the same fashion as a tuna sushi roll.
  683. Contrastingly, there is a recent theory that Mitsunari had a very intimate relationship with Kodaiin, who was Hideyoshi's official wife, and that he disliked Yodo-dono and her close aides because she had interfered in politics as Hideyori's mother.
  684. Contrastively the name of Wakayama remained in the Kishu Domain which did not make a strong showing as Imperial army.
  685. Contribute to society
  686. Contributed to the development of nuclear and particle physics by advocating the meson theory, he became the first Japanese to win the Nobel Prize in 1949.
  687. Contribution to modern maps
  688. Contribution to the clarification of the Original Vow's meaning
  689. Contributions by elderly farmers
  690. Contributions during Jinshin War
  691. Contributions of railways to Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War
  692. Contributors such as Hiroyuki AGAWA, Takeo OKUNO, Ayako SONO, Shumon MIURA, Hyoe MURAKAMI, Hiroo SAKATA, Toshiyuki KAJIYAMA and Sawako ARIYOSHI took part in the publication of this series.
  693. Contributors such as Masao KUME, Yuzuru MATSUOKA, Yoshio TOYOSHIMA and Yuzo YAMAMOTO took a lively role in the magazine.
  694. Control
  695. Control and protection system: Automatic Train Stop system (ATS) P-type (pattern-type) (=ATS-P) and ATS-SW between Amagasaki Station and Shin-Sanda Station, improved ATS (ATS-Sx) between Shin-Sanda Station and Fukuchiyama Station
  696. Control battle plans freely in emergency
  697. Control by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun)
  698. Control measures on opium
  699. Control of kazoku
  700. Control over movement of women in samurai families was stricter than that over the common people, and tsuko-tegata for women was indispensable.
  701. Control over the roshi became stricter after the incident.
  702. Control the body so as not to rot after death.
  703. Control the tenka (world)
  704. Control your mind by Rei (courtesy/appreciation), and decide your action based on Gi.'
  705. Controlled Economy
  706. Controlling the temperature is entrusted to the intuition of craftsman, which is quite a skilled job.
  707. Controversely, in other countries, when the kami of the Shinto religion are discussed, in many cases they are grouped together as 'Kami', and distinguished from other deities, and the corresponding English language page on Wikipedia is also entitled, 'Kami'.
  708. Controversies concerning location
  709. Controversies over and Details of the Battle of Nagashino
  710. Controversy
  711. Controversy between 'Mokuami KAWATAKE' and 'Mokuami FURUKAWA':
  712. Controversy between Araki and Katsumata
  713. Controversy on the pronunciation
  714. Controversy over a footbridge
  715. Controversy over his origin
  716. Controversy over last imperial message left behind by Empress Suiko
  717. Controversy over the existence or disappearance of the treasures
  718. Controversy over the forgery
  719. Convenience Store (open 24 hours)
  720. Convenience and a special feeling
  721. Convenience of canned beer, for which steel can was used then, was received well and it entered a period of the distribution of canned beer not bottled one.
  722. Convenience stores sell rice balls with takanazuke, and vinegared rice is used for some rice balls.
  723. Convention for the Protection of Submarine Telegraph Cables (Dajokan Fukoku No. 17 of 1885)
  724. Convention of Peking
  725. Convention of Peking between China and France, October 25, 1860
  726. Convention of Peking between China and Russia, November 14, 1860
  727. Convention of Peking between China and the United Kingdom, October 24, 1860
  728. Conventional chogi held annually
  729. Conventional knowledge holds, however, that the last castellan of Momi Castle was Norinari MOMI, and he was a courageous warrior called the Blue ogre.
  730. Conventional lines and the Shinkansen can be mutually transferred through the Shinkansen Central Transfer Gate and the Shinkansen East Transfer Gate.
  731. Conventional lines: Platform 0-10, 30-34
  732. Conventional type cars with a maximum speed of ninety km/h were unable to get clear of Special Rapid trains that were running faster than Limited Express trains at intervals of fifteen minutes.
  733. Conventionalized style
  734. Conventionally it was celebrated on January 15, but is now mostly held around January 7 during the school winter break.
  735. Conventionally it was disposed when it becomes old or after use.
  736. Conventionally, generations of the heads of the school have been referred to as; 14-sei (fourteenth) and 15-sei (fifteenth), but lately, they are described as 15-dai (fifteenth) and 16-dai (sixteenth.)
  737. Conventionally, in the diagram, dashed-dotted lines ('-・-・-・-・-') and broken lines ('- - - - -') show the mountain fold and the valley fold, respectively.
  738. Conventionally, the gyobutsu are not included in the Cultural Assets Preservation Act, nor are they registered as national treasures, important cultural assets or important cultural properties.
  739. Conventionally, the history was under the jurisdiction of Monjo hakase, and some part was under the jurisdiction of by Myogyo hakase.
  740. Conventions
  741. Convergence
  742. Conversationally, euphemistic expressions such as Okami or Shujo, Okami or Seijo, Togin, Kashikokiatari, and Kamigoichinin and so on, were also used.
  743. Conversations are held when the eating is interrupted and you have nothing in your mouth.
  744. Conversely, 'Ominesan' is the collective name for the Omine mountain range which includes Mt. Sanjo, Mt. Daifugen and Mt. Misen.
  745. Conversely, Kamigata-style staging was judged to be tedious and felt "yabo (unrefined)"in Edo.
  746. Conversely, Koninshiki (Palace regulations of the Konin era) and Engishiki (Palace regulations of the Engi era) stated in their prefaces that descriptions of formalities were omitted.
  747. Conversely, Nobunaga did not necessarily have to fight with Katsuyori at this point in history, or rather he would have been better off had he not confronted the Takeda clan directly, so that he would have gained strategic advantage over time.
  748. Conversely, Toyota City which relies on Toyota Motor Corporation changes the date for holding of Seijin-shiki ceremony in line with the Toyota's business schedule (Toyota Calendar).
  749. Conversely, a riot and a revolt caused by commoners and a popular movement in world history, such as the Munchen Putsch, have been commonly translated into Japanese with the use of the word "ikki."
  750. Conversely, although Western ingredients such as jams, cream (food), chocolate or peanut butter are wrapped inside cakes like 'an', these are not called 'an' but are considered something else.
  751. Conversely, authorities of ancient practices and customs, such as Ogasawara clan, were established even within in samurai society from the Kamakura period.
  752. Conversely, behavior based on 'ryochi' is not restricted by external norms; this is called 'muzen muaku' (literally 'no good, no bad').
  753. Conversely, curious children of goshi would also use these systems in order to broaden their horizons by volunteering to serve as domain ashigaru who were dispatched to work in Edo.
  754. Conversely, even such members of the Imperial family as the head of a hereditary family of prince, who were in the generations same as or after the grandchildren of Emperor, sometimes became an Imperial Prince by an imperial order.
  755. Conversely, however, the fact that such an opinion is presented also means that it is difficult to obtain public support for restoration of Miyake.
  756. Conversely, if a boring reply is given a zabuton may be taken away.
  757. Conversely, if the temperature is too low, excessive lactic acid fermentation occurs and unrelated bacteria proliferate, resulting in bad-tasting sour amazake.
  758. Conversely, in case of a production method including modern processes, even if the fermentation is somewhat unnatural, there is room to make minor adjustments by including other processes based on the policies of the sake breweries.
  759. Conversely, in fields where no cooperation with other fields is necessary and the number of lay disciples is large, a new branch is easy to establish and in fact, it is safe to say that the fields of buyo (dance) and kado (flower arrangement) include a myriad of ryugi schools.
  760. Conversely, in order to reduce pungency, it is best use the bottom section and slowly grate it in a circular motion beginning with the long side of the round slice.
  761. Conversely, in regions where 'sauce katsudon' is most popular and is therefore simply called 'katsudon,' the tamagotoji katsudon is designated 'ni katsudon' (a bowl of rice topped with a stewed cutlet) to distinguish it from the standard sauce katsudon.
  762. Conversely, in view of the fact that this sort of anecdote was in public circulation, it seems even more unlikely that Josui was seriously pursuing supreme power (since, if he was, he would have kept it in the strictest secrecy).
  763. Conversely, it has recently become cler that it contains a fragrance component that increases the ability to concentrate.
  764. Conversely, it shows the fact about how strong Takuan's influence was.
  765. Conversely, laws and ordinances which conformed to the provisions could be in effect even after the enforcement of the Constitution of Japan.
  766. Conversely, many other Konzerns lost their status during World War II, before the dissolution of Zaibatsu, because they had eroded due to their weaker financial sector compared to that of the existing zaibatsu, by economic control and a syndicate of banks that had already been zaibatsu.
  767. Conversely, some Tokyo routines were transplanted to Kamigata.
  768. Conversely, some obtained the position of Shugodai (deputy of Shugo), or other official positions by serving the Shugo, through the Shugo or the bakufu.
  769. Conversely, taisha-zukuri style buildings use the shape of the Chinese character 田, which is square and close to that of traditional Japanese houses, and accordingly it is considered that shrine buildings using this style developed from palaces that had been used for religious services.
  770. Conversely, the Western camp comprised the Yamana family and local forces were increasingly alarmed by the growing presence of the Hosokawa family and its allies,
  771. Conversely, the brewing method using unpolished rice for the koji-mai and polished rice for the kake-mai, as well as the sake made using this method, were both called "kata-haku" ("kata" means one side).
  772. Conversely, the creation of the family register and the yearly tax records made it possible to enforce the three aforementioned systems.
  773. Conversely, the folklore is strongly influenced by the study of Japanese classical literature.
  774. Conversely, the former type is known as 'Chomeiji mochi' mainly in the Kinki region, while the latter is known as 'Domyoji' or Domyoji mochi' mainly in the Kanto region.
  775. Conversely, the possibility that it was made as incantation coin for religious purpose cannot also be ruled out.
  776. Conversely, without the iwaizakana, even with other expensive foods, the festive table for celebrating New Year's Day cannot be completed.
  777. Converted words
  778. Convertible currency
  779. Converting the Edo-jo Castle to the Imperial Palace
  780. Conveyer belt
  781. Convicts who were to be flogged were imprisoned without apparatuses.
  782. Cook rice with a small amount of sauce, dish out into a bowl and top it with the broiled conger.
  783. Cook until golden brown and then remove fried chicken from the oil, lightly draining the oil and dipping them in sweet vinegar.
  784. Cooked dishes
  785. Cooked ingredients are seasoned with ponzu soy sauce (soy source containing citrus juice) or yuzu kosho (a spicy, hot Japanese condiment made from yuzu rinds, chili and salt), etc. that are prepared in small plates (sometimes spiced with hot peppers or other spices) before eaten.
  786. Cooked rice
  787. Cooked rice after passing some time is not safe to carry for a long time even if it is reheated because the number of bacterium increases (especially the toxin discharge type bacteria).
  788. Cooked rice with (green) tea poured over it.
  789. Cookies made from buckwheat flour instead of wheat flour.
  790. Cooking
  791. Cooking Process:
  792. Cooking completes by pouring hot water and waiting for three minutes (it varies for approximately one to five minutes) in many products.
  793. Cooking in this way, the sweet potatoes should be wrapped in aluminum foil to avoid scorching them.
  794. Cooking ingredients
  795. Cooking instructions
  796. Cooking method
  797. Cooking methods
  798. Cooking methods and toppings vary from region to region.
  799. Cooking methods brought to Japan from China were connected with the environment and food in Japan, being modified later into dishes specific to Japan
  800. Cooking methods for lightly-flavored dishes developed to make the best use of delicate tastes of tofu and yuba.
  801. Cooking methods such as kabayaki (eel broiled with sauce) and unagi donburi (bowl of rice topped with broiled eel) have been invented.
  802. Cooking methods vary too, depending on the region or household.
  803. Cooking procedure
  804. Cooking process of Inoko mochi cakes (also called Nose-mochi) to be presented to the Imperial Court from Nose district in the early modern times was then referred to in the description 'Kinri Kenjo Nose no Oinoko' (Nose's rice cakes presented to the Imperial Court).
  805. Cooking sweet potato without an ishiyaki kettle is simply called yaki imo (baked sweet potato).
  806. Cooking technique
  807. Cooking techniques to overcome taboos on meals at Zen temples developed, and the concept of soup stock was generated.
  808. Cooking; if cooking in a rice cooker, often times only a switch needs to be turned on to commence cooking.
  809. Cooks agemono (deep-fried food, mainly tenpura, or, Japanese deep-fried dish).
  810. Cooks dishes such as ayu (a sweetfish) broiled with salt and miso-dengaku (skewed and roasted tofu with sweet miso sauce).
  811. Cooks simmered dishes.
  812. Cooks yakimono (grilled or broiled fish).
  813. Cool down onigiri sufficiently to the inside before packaging.
  814. Cool down the red-colored broth of the parboiled beans or peas, and immerse the rice in it in order to make the rice reddish when it's steamed or boiled.
  815. Cool the material in the pan, strain it, put it in a container and allow it to cool until it becomes hard.
  816. Cooperating with Oda's forces, Ieyasu advanced his forces into Takeda's territories through the route called Suruga-guchi.
  817. Cooperating with Shintaro NAKAOKA, Mitsuaki TANAKA, Ryoma SAKAMOTO and others who were Tosa roshi (masterless samurai) and sympathetic to Choshu just like Hijikata himself, he made an effort to mediate the Satsuma-Choshu Alliance.
  818. Cooperating with Yoshitomo, he fought as a warlord in the Hogen Rebellion.
  819. Cooperating with the Kansai Economic Federation and other organizations, the committee is to make approaches to the government and members of the Diet, aiming at setting up 'Classics Day' as a nationally-enacted commemoration day by three years from now.
  820. Cooperation between the administration and inhabitants is essential when a historic buildings area is recommended as a preservation district for a group of important historic buildings.
  821. Cooperation for community renovation
  822. Cooperation for education, culture, improvement of welfare, promotion and improvement of sports
  823. Cooperation for human resource cultivation
  824. Cooperation for other necessities
  825. Cooperation for the promotion of local industry and the creation of new industries
  826. Cooperation on comprehensive education exchange
  827. Cooperation with Japanese Army in Russo-Japanese War
  828. Cooperation with Munemori
  829. Cooperation with independent movie studios
  830. Cooperation with industry, government, schools
  831. Cooperation with medical corporations
  832. Cooperation with other colleges
  833. Cooperation with the Urban Renaissance Agency 'Keihanna Intellectual Special District' (Initiative Support Program for Contemporary Educational Needs)
  834. Cooperative Plans for High-level Personnel Dispatch
  835. Coordination
  836. Copic
  837. Copies
  838. Copies in the possession of the Kyoto National Museum (copied by Tanyu KANO)
  839. Copies of shizu were popular throughout the period from the new sword to the very new sword, therefore, a great deal of attention should be paid to the sword with major grind up.
  840. Copies of the book were gradually rediscovered between the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and this epic was reproduced even though it had been missing.
  841. Copies of this 'Kawachibon' are called Kawachibon line.
  842. Copies' were also produced in Japan.
  843. Coplayers at this time included masters who became history makers including Yajiro Nagatoshi, otsuzumi (big drum) player Kuro Yoshiuji OKURA (originator of the Okura school of Otsuzumi and the Okura school of Kotsuzumi - small drum), Kotsuzumi player Chikakata MIYAMASU, and Nohkan flute player Hikobe.
  844. Copper
  845. Copper Relic Box, Gokorei, Sankorei, Kuzuryurei, Gokosho
  846. Copper Statue of Seated Shaka Nyorai
  847. Copper Tube - Was an accessory to the Gilt Copper Scripture Box (National Treasure)
  848. Copper alloy may be used on the blade for this purpose.
  849. Copper bowl with a gilt bronze tray
  850. Copper coins
  851. Copper coins (such as Eiraku-sen) of Sung, Yuan and Ming which were the basis of money economy in Japan, textile such as silk, lightweight fabric and gauze, raw silk thread, medicine, calligraphic works/ paintings and handicrafts.
  852. Copper coins produced only in this era were found in a Yayoi period tumulus.
  853. Copper coins were minted especially for international trade in Nagasaki after 1767, but their quality was poor.
  854. Copper lantern
  855. Copper presented by Musashi Province to Imperial Court
  856. Copper statues of Thomas Edison and Heinrich Hertz stand in the Denden-to Pagoda to represent electricity researchers and electromagnetic wave researchers respectively.
  857. Copper was a common material, but iron, refined iron and brass were also used available.
  858. Copper, gold dust, silver, and others which were used as 'Shokudo (penalty charges)' may be regarded as a kind of Hyoryo kahei (currency valued by weight.)
  859. Copying Services
  860. Copying it, they made the guns domestically, which were called foreign style matchlock guns.
  861. Copying the historical event of boiling in a cauldron (roasted in a cauldron, to be precise), a bath in which a bathtub is heated on a direct fire is called a Goemon buro (Goemon bath).
  862. Coral is also used as accessories, and therefore expensive.
  863. Coral, agate, jade and crystal were also used for the ornamental part of Kanzashi.
  864. Coral, agate, jade, tortoise shell, ivory, glass (from the end of Edo period), and celluloid (from the Taisho period) were used.
  865. Coral: Powder of red coral, and exhibits pink.
  866. Cord Pendants: Emperor Sanjo's accession to the throne
  867. Core elements of management
  868. Core stone tools
  869. Core stone tools are made from the core part of the stone (known as stone core), which appears after flakes have been removed from ore (country rock).
  870. Corey NAKATANI
  871. Corinth Game
  872. Cork Bullet Shooting
  873. Cormorant
  874. Cormorants
  875. Cormorants (Phalacrocoracidae) are waterfowls forming the family Phalacrocoracidae of the order Pelecaniformes.
  876. Cormorants are caught on Shinojima Beach at the Chita Peninsula in Owari Province in winter on the way migrating south.
  877. Cormorants are fed once a day, and the volume of feed is reduced during the on-season so that they are kept hungry before going out fishing.
  878. Cormorants by Kunitaro SUDA
  879. Cormorants in Japan
  880. Cornelis Johannes VAN DOORN (Dutch)
  881. Cornerstone laid: November 29, 1931
  882. Corporal Goto assumed that the Major died then.
  883. Corporal Goto kept walking toward Tamogino in a stupor of exhaustion.
  884. Corporal Goto woke up to find there was no one who had slept along with him left.
  885. Corporal Matsumura's extremities were amputated and he was in critical condition at one stage, however, he managed to recover.
  886. Corporal Ohara recalled, he himself ' wouldn't have lost my legs and fingers and half of the soldiers would have been alive, if we had had only one pair of gloves and socks to change.'
  887. Corporal.
  888. Corporate Policy Course
  889. Corporate culture
  890. Corporation
  891. Correct: 1688-162959+1= 60 at death (59): adding 1 is for the first year of life.
  892. Corrected and annotated books
  893. Corrected by the supporters of the left, he was to read aloud the nightingale poem anew.
  894. Correction fluid
  895. Correction of misunderstandings from ancient times concerning the Contemplation Sutra.
  896. Corrections and Rehabilitation Research Center
  897. Corrections and Rehabilitation Research Center (since fiscal Heisei 14)
  898. Correctly, it is called Kontai-ryobu denpo-kanjo.
  899. Correspondence Division of Graduate School
  900. Correspondence Division's Gakuyu-kai
  901. Correspondence Division, Faculty and Department
  902. Correspondence between the order of merit and the court rank will be shown below.
  903. Correspondence relationship with the chronology in "Kiki"(the Kojiki and Nihonshoki)
  904. Correspondence written by Emperor Hanazono (29th day of the 7th month 1347)
  905. Correspondence written by Ennin
  906. Correspondences between Emperor Hanazono and Daito-kokushi, 2 haba (75.6 cm)
  907. Corresponding existences in other cultural regions
  908. Corresponding list of the bangumi elementary schools and original school districts
  909. Corresponding to Fuyutsugu's success in his carrier, "Kurodo no to" came to be assigned to Sangi (councilor) immediately when the sangi post became available.
  910. Corresponding to each Kisha, Busha, and Dosha, various styles of shooting were devised in each period.
  911. Corresponding to economic advancement, the quality of these houses had been improved gradually: Dirt floors came to be used only for kitchens and workspaces, and raised floors were built for rooms for eating food and for sleeping.
  912. Corresponding to his ikai (court rank), he was able to use a fixed number of tenma.
  913. Corresponding to ihai (ancestral tablets) in Buddhism, it is considered the yorishiro (object representative of a divine spirit) of the spirit of the deceased, and is generally made of plain wood.
  914. Corresponding to it, on January 15, 1925, the Yamato edition of Osaka Asahi Shinbun (newspaper) carried an article titled 'Monument of tyranny in the Ashikaga period rarely discovered,' and introduced the inscription to the public for the first time.
  915. Corresponding to public demands, this change of name was made by the Ministry of Education, to add to pragmatism the element of pursuing beauty as art and design.
  916. Corresponding to the Japanese custom of performing a memorial service for the deceased on a certain day after death, a ceremony called 'Anniversary of death' is sometimes held where a mass and prayers are performed for the deceased.
  917. Corresponding to the advancement of an agriculture-based society, the sizes of the local communities had become larger, being surrounded-by-moat type settlements at their centers
  918. Corresponding to the start of the partnership, the hotel was drastically renovated, and newly opened.
  919. Corresponding to the updating of the operation management system in June 2007, public announcements of detailed information were introduced, being the latest such introduction in the stations where the express trains stopped.
  920. Corresponding to the wide use of cotton-made tabi, buttons instead of laces became to be used to prevent a tabi from slipping off.
  921. Corresponding to these changes, walking in the woods has attracted attention as a way to stay healthy, and mountain climbing has experienced a boom, centered on middle aged persons.
  922. Corresponding to this change of his name, he made it known publicly that he was in the lineage of the Nitta clan and therefore, a descendant of Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  923. Corresponding to this situation, the Japanese style of writing Chinese characters declined and the Chinese one was innovated by the six-dynasty style.
  924. Corresponding to this situation, the post of Kaiganbogyo-goyogakari was established, centered on Masahiro ABE, the head of Roju (the second-highest post in the bakufu government), to investigate how the bakufu should defense the nation on the sea.
  925. Corresponding with the transfer of the national holiday, Coming of Age Day moved from on January 15 to on the second Monday of January, some regions celebrate Sagicho on the second Sunday or the second Monday.
  926. Corresponds to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  927. Corresponds to chigo (boys kept by pedecrast Buddhist monks)
  928. Corridor (two buildings)
  929. Corridor, Chigusa no ma Hall, Chidori no ma Hall
  930. Corridors run to the south from each tainoya, east and west, with chumon (a central gate) at the halfway point, and the courtyard in front of the shinden flanked by these corridors is called nantei (south garden), where white sand was laid.
  931. Cosmas TAKEYA
  932. Cosmo Hall
  933. Cosmos (June - November)
  934. Cosmos Garden
  935. Cosmos-Kaido (Kaido surrounded by many cosmos flowers)
  936. Cosmosquare Station, on the Osaka Municipal Subway Chuo Line, can be reached without changing trains from Naga Station.
  937. Cost performance
  938. Cost was naturally necessary for operating a temple, and jiden fields became set as a source of the incomes for the temples.
  939. Cost-cutting
  940. Costume
  941. Costume Coordinated with the Montsuki
  942. Costume Museum
  943. Costume Museum restored Monogu shozoku based on historical materials recently.
  944. Costume and makeup
  945. Costume and sound effects
  946. Costume for kagura (a performance of classical ceremonial music and dance): Costume of Urayasu no mai dance was created after the model of juni hitoe.
  947. Costume of the female Shinto priest
  948. Costume, Make up
  949. Costume, Mask and Makeup
  950. Costumes
  951. Costumes and make-up
  952. Costumes for miko
  953. Costumes of Shinto priest, shrine maiden, and chigo (a child in a traditional festival procession).
  954. Costumes of the puppets are pulled off after every performance and stored apart from heads.
  955. Costumes placing importance on showiness such as costume worn by Takenoko-zoku (bamboo shoot kids)
  956. Cottage in Bamboo Grove and Horses under Willow Trees (Private Collection) Six-sided Folding Screen ? Important Cultural Property
  957. Cotton Candy
  958. Cotton belts with a thousand red stitches that were popular in Japan during World War II can be included in this category, although these are slightly different from magic circles and Sanskrit characters..
  959. Cotton, which is strong and stain-resistant, is often mixed with other fabric in the case of products for casual kimono.
  960. Could I live without seeing you even for a period of time as short as between the knots of reeds in the Naniwa-gata lagoon (by Ise).
  961. Could it be a lost book?
  962. Could not people born in Meiji period gather their belongings to create a small museum?'
  963. Could you bear in mind the remonstrance of all the people like Kiba, and take a brave decision after careful consideration, your honor.'
  964. Could you show me?' to which Yoshiie replied, 'Certainly.'
  965. Coumarin is also extracted from tonka beans.
  966. Council estate
  967. Council for National Foundation Day
  968. Councillors
  969. Councilor
  970. Councilor (Takamori SAIGO, Takayoshi KIDO, Taisuke ITAGAKI, Shigenobu OKUMA)
  971. Councilor Masatsune (FUJIWARA no Masatsune)
  972. Councilor Takamoto ANEGAKOJI moved to Hida Province to take up the post of governor after the Kenmu Restoration, and the family subsequently provided governors of Hida Province for generations.
  973. Councilors elected from local electoral districts (councilors of the Committee) (Four-year term/27 councilors)
  974. Councilors were not privileged to be immune from arrest.
  975. Counseling Center
  976. Counseling and support
  977. Count
  978. Count Yukimo SANADA's third son, Yukiyasu KIYOSU succeeded Count Kiyosu's family.
  979. Count during the Meiji Period.
  980. Count, Viscount and Baron Councilors
  981. Count, viscount and baron councilors were elected from their peerage by men of the same rank.
  982. Counted among what are called three major industries along with ryotei (fancy Japanese-style restaurant) and okiya (geisha dwelling), machiai-chaya is mainly used for pursuing pleasures with geisha girls, and eating and drinking.
  983. Counted as having one of the three most famous panoramas in Japan and a tourist site renowned throughout the country, it's the gateway railway station to Amanohashidate.
  984. Counter to the Shingon sect, Hatto acts against To-ji Temple, Daigo-ji Temple and Koyasan Gakuryogata, as well as Hatto act against Kanto Shingon sect Kogi (関東真言宗古義法度) were put into effect in 1604.
  985. Counter windows and facilities in the premises
  986. Counterargument
  987. Counterarguments always included that there is no other plan of compromise; therefore, it can be said that naming of cities, towns, and villages with old provincial names has the aspect of compromise.
  988. Counterattack by Nobunaga ODA and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA became more aggressive now that the Takeda forces had suffered a defeat in the Battle of Nagashino, losing many powerful military commanders and causing a disturbance in the territory.
  989. Counterblow by Oda and Tokugawa
  990. Counterfeiting Era's handwriting, he even forged a letter in which Era promised to secretly work for him.
  991. Counting backward based on the descriptions of Heike Monogatari, he was born in or around 1169 (or 1166 or 1168).
  992. Counting backward from "Kugyo bunin" (a personnel directory of the court nobles), Tokitada must have been born in 1130.
  993. Countries
  994. Countries Other Than Japan
  995. Countries in East Asia and Southeast Asia which share the same rice-eating culture have many cuisines and foodstuffs similar to those in Japan.
  996. Countries which had relation through "sakuho," "choko," or "goshi" were called respectively "sakuho-koku (countries which were conferred peerage)," "chokokoku (countries which bring tribute)," or "goshikoku (countries which are trading partners).
  997. Countries which sent envoys to China and served.
  998. Country of manufacture
  999. Country samurai were clearly distinguished from the feudal retainers living in a castle town and recieving salary from the lord, and sometimes discriminated as a lower-rank samurai.
  1000. County magistrates and village mayors in Korea (equivalent of Guncho and Soncho in the mainland) were the Koreans in principle.

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