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  1. Coup D'etat
  2. Coup d'etat
  3. Coup of August 18
  4. Coup of Prince Arima
  5. Coup of the seventh year of Kenkyu
  6. Coup of the seventh year of Kenkyu was a coup that took place in 1196.
  7. Coupled with Rotsu YASOMURA, who was a begging monk and poet belonging to the Basho school, his lifestyle can be traced back to these wandering haiku poets.
  8. Coupled with that, in 1885, the Bank of Japan issued the Bank of Japan convertible into silver notes (notes guaranteed to be exchanged for the same amount of silver coins) and withdrew excessive silver coins.
  9. Coupled with that, in 1899, the Bank of Japan issued the Bank of Japan convertible notes and they exchanged them for gold coins.
  10. Coupled with the attacks by the U. S. naval forces on Ganghwa Island (the Shinmiyangyo or the U. S. Korean Expedition), it hardened Korea's attitude.
  11. Coupled with the fact that some of the successive shogun members of the Ashikaga shogun family became the chief of the Minamoto clan as well as Junna shogaku ryoin betto (senior bureaucrat for Junna shogaku ryoin school appointed from outside), he reinforced the family characteristics as the direct descendant of the Minamoto clan.
  12. Couples and groups of people are said to keep equal distance to one another irregardless of the number of people; therefore, this phenomenon is sometimes called 'principle of equal distance at the Kamogawa River.'
  13. Coupling and decoupling for special rapid trains
  14. Coupon ticket
  15. Courage
  16. Courage was needed to criticize or write a new script, in this situation, just like when Lutheran burned migyosho (documents for informing of decisions made by third or upper ranked authorities) of the Pope.
  17. Course
  18. Course for Nurturing Electric and Communication Infrastructure Researchers and Engineers - Graduate School of Engineering, Electrical Engineering
  19. Course of Events
  20. Course of events
  21. Course of the war
  22. Course system was abolished in April 2005.
  23. Courses
  24. Courses in graphic design, illustration and digital creation
  25. Courses set up at the time of establishment
  26. Courses' registration and transmission of information, such as lecture cancellations, papers, and examinations, are all done on the website, so they use Kyoto University's Liberal Arts Syllabus Information System (briefly called KULASIS).
  27. Court
  28. Court (local administrative organ)
  29. Court Lady Enjoying Wayside Chrysanthemums' Yamatane Museum of Art
  30. Court Lady: FUJIWARA no Yoshiko, a daughter of Michihira NIJO
  31. Court Lady: Minamoto no Shinshi (?-?), daughter of MINAMOTO no Morochika
  32. Court Lady: Saemonnokami no Tsubone of Yugimonin, daughter of Tametada MIKOHIDARI
  33. Court Lady: Yasuko ANO (1302-1359), daughter of Sanekado ANO
  34. Court Rank History
  35. Court Rank and Bestowal of Order
  36. Court Rank and Career
  37. Court Ritual
  38. Court caps called Goryuei (literally, "standing ei"), whose ei did not hang down but stood on the head, finally appeared during this period, and this type of Court caps are still used by the current Emperor.
  39. Court caps for military officers were called keneikan (literally, "rolling ei cap"), and their ei were rolled up inward and fastened with an ebasami, a black lacquered wood piece with a cut.
  40. Court caps were also lacquered and hardened.
  41. Court caps were generally made from black ra (thin silk) covered with lacquer, but there were also metal caps called reikan which were worn at the Sokui no Rei (Ceremony of the Enthronement) and the Choga no Gi (ceremony held on the New Year's Day).
  42. Court caps which have tall iso (the part from the front to the side of a cap's main part) are called atsubitai, and Court caps which have short iso are called usubitai.
  43. Court judgement Codes
  44. Court ladies acting as supporters were divided to the left and right, each preparing elaborate costumes according to their base color, which was red (emperor red) for the left and blue (green) for the right.
  45. Court ladies in Naishi no tsukasa served the emperor closely and dealt with affairs like introducing messages, transmitting imperial orders and managing imperial formal events.
  46. Court lady: Bomon no Tsubone
  47. Court lady: Dainagon Naishinosuke, daughter of Moroshige KITABATAKE
  48. Court lady: Daughter of Mototoki Hojo
  49. Court lady: FUJIWARA no Tameko, daughter of Tameyo NIJO
  50. Court lady: Gon Dainagon Sanmi no Tsubone, daughter of Tamemichi NIJO
  51. Court lady: Gon-Chunagon no Tsubone
  52. Court lady: Kintoshi TOIN
  53. Court lady: Koto no naishi, daughter of MINAMOTO no Tsunesuke
  54. Court lady: Minbugyo Sanmi, daughter of Tsunemitsu HINO?
  55. Court lady: Minbugyo no Tsubone
  56. Court lady: Tsunetomo SESONJI
  57. Court lady: YAMASHINA Saneko
  58. Court moved to Heijokyo
  59. Court nobility of Nakamikado-ryu (the Nakamikado line) of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  60. Court noble
  61. Court noble law
  62. Court noble law is a legal system that was valid in the court noble society between the Heian period and the Edo period.
  63. Court nobles and common people driven away from Kyoto by the Onin War took refuge in Yamashina Ward, a peripheral area of Kyoto, neighboring cities of Uji, Otsu, Nara, and Sakai, and local estates.
  64. Court nobles at that time competed to decorate gorgeous crafts which amazed people at a feast, at a Buddhist mass, and at rites and festivals.
  65. Court nobles at the time were frightened to death so they enshrined with great care the spirit of Michizane in the Kitano Tenmangu Shrine to let the tatari spirit ascend to be a guardian god.
  66. Court nobles like the latter did not have connections with other levels such as samurai and disappeared in history.
  67. Court nobles thought to make an expert of bow exterminate the ominous bird as they associated it with the story of MINAMOTO no Yorimasa, who exterminated nue (Japanese legendary creature).
  68. Court nobles to work for bakufu, namely a certain Hino, Suetsuna ANO, Tadaaki MATSUDONO and Masayasu ASUKAI,
  69. Court nobles used either toso or byakusan.
  70. Court nobles used figured square sashes with white gemstones for formal ceremonies and round-shaped unfigured sashes with white gemstones for informal occasions.
  71. Court nobles used those made of ivory and ordinary people used those made of wood.
  72. Court nobles were appointed to the job.
  73. Court nobles' diary in those days, recorded lots of names of people who were punished and confiscated their territories for trivial reasons.
  74. Court nobles, who represented civilian rule, were likely to underestimate the importance of military affairs and they also tried to flatter Michinaga by downgrading Takaie, who was a younger brother of Korechika, Michinaga's political enemy.
  75. Court rank and official post history
  76. Court rank promotion was achieved by presenting the conferring fee to the Office of the Empress.
  77. Court rank: Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  78. Court rank: Juhachiinojo (Junior Eighth Rank, Upper Grade).
  79. Court rank: Jurokui (Junior Sixth Rank).
  80. Court rank: Jurokui.
  81. Court rank: Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  82. Court rank: Shohachiinoge (Senior Eighth Rank, Lower Grade).
  83. Court rituals are performed in order for an emperor to pray for peace, security, and prosperity of the nation and people.
  84. Court rituals which are performed in the Three Shrines in the Imperial Court consist of taisai (grand festivals), in which the Emperor himself conducts a ceremony and presents a message to the ancestors of the Imperial Family, and shosai (small festivals), in which the shoten-cho (the chief ritualist) conducts a ceremony and the Emperor bows his head in prayer.
  85. Court side troops that escaped to Mt. Hiei after the battle of Minatogawa advanced to Kamotadasu-gawara in order to recapture Kyoto which was being occupied by Ashikaga forces, but were eventually blocked.
  86. Courtesans enter in a row
  87. Courtesans in the pleasure quarter were brought from all over the country and they used a special language (such as "-arinsu" used at the end of a sentence) to mask their original accent.
  88. Courtesans ranked lower than yobidashi were not referred to as oiran.
  89. Courtesans were ranked, and the fees to call them were set based on their ranks.
  90. Courtesy
  91. Courtesy cars modeled after ox-drawn carriages,' a microbus with a painting of the head of an ox on the front part, is used to pick up guests.
  92. Courtiers at the Imperial Court were called kugyo hyakkan (100 kugyo positions) as a whole.
  93. Courtly and urban.
  94. Courtyard garden in the north of the hojo with a dry waterfall created in a corner using large and unusual rocks from Kishu Province.
  95. Covenant on the disobedience to the prefectural administration
  96. Coverage
  97. Covered in a blanket of fog/ Beauty of pine woodland in Sumiyoshi/ Like Courtesan Otohi of Sumiyoshi/ Its beauty never cease to catch my eye (The verses were created in 706 upon Emperor Monmu's visit to Naniwa [Osaka])
  98. Covered in gold leaf on Japanese lacquer.
  99. Covering an area of about 25 meters wide and 10 meters long, it is a simple garden composed only of white sand through which lines have been drawn with a rake and 15 stones set in 5 places.
  100. Covering the era of the Jisho-Juei War, it is an important historical material to know the movement of the Imperial court in that time.
  101. Covering the mouth.
  102. Covering the sky, it also sometimes obstructs weather observations.
  103. Covers most lines except for certain exceptions (See below for details).
  104. Cows, horses, silkworms and rice plants were born from her body, and this is said to be the origin of cereal grain.
  105. Cowsmilk, along with so and daigo (both dairy products somewhat similar to cheese), were also used for medicinal purposes.
  106. Cr?me caramel daifuku:
  107. Crab
  108. Crab meat is indispensable in the case of 'Fu Rong Xie (rou)' (fried crab meat with egg white), because the name of the dish includes the character for 'crab.'
  109. Crack an egg directly into the pit, toss it with the rice, and then season it with soy sauce.
  110. Crack and lightly beat an egg in a rice bowl, season it with soy sauce and the like, and then serve rice in the bowl.
  111. Crack the egg immediately before you eat it.
  112. Cracked parts are covered with clay and then paper, and then painted with Indian ink, so it is certain that it has undergone extensive repairs.
  113. Cracked raw eggs are pasteurized, separated into the white and the yolk, or added with various nutritions, and packed in a container like a milk carton to be sold at a store.
  114. Cracklin - in the southern United States of America
  115. Craft Works
  116. Craft and Design Course was established.
  117. Craft products are used for materials such as coral, jade, ivory, tortoiseshell, shell, crystal, gold silver, metal with cloisonne, ceramic and 'tonbo dama' (glass beads).
  118. Crafted Japanese cypress wood using the yosegi-zukuri technique.
  119. Crafted by Hisashige TANAKA.
  120. Crafted by Jikaku Daishi, well known as the alter ego of the Amida Nyorai at Shinnyo-do Temple that helps women (Anzan Amida Nyorai).
  121. Crafted during the Chinese Yuan Dynasty (13th-14th centuries).
  122. Crafted during the Heian period.
  123. Crafted during the Kamakura period.
  124. Crafted in the Kamakura period by Kosho, the fourth son of Unkei.
  125. Crafted products
  126. Crafted using the yosegi-zukuri technique.
  127. Crafts
  128. Crafts Course
  129. Crafts That Use Mikan
  130. Crafts, confirmed to be genuine, are a saddle lacquered in black and a wooden sword which are regarded as a replica Musashi himself made after the wooden sword which he had used in the duel at Ganryu-jima.
  131. Craftsman
  132. Craftsmen
  133. Craftsmen (blacksmiths, metal casters, dyers, and carpenters)
  134. Craftsmen Language
  135. Craftsmen assemble wooden pieces in skillful ways so that products look seamless, and such techniques deserve to be called an art.
  136. Craftsmen engaged in the construction of Buddhist temples and statures in Japan were mainly settlers from Korea and their descendants.
  137. Craftsmen such as swordsmith also switched from a manufacturing method centering on article-by-article production with swords inscribed with the name of the swordsmith to quantity production with an eye on disposal to a certain extent.
  138. Craftsmen who make Katana are called 'Toko (sword craftsman),' 'Tosho (sword master)' or 'Katana kaji (swordsmith).'
  139. Craftwork
  140. Craftworks
  141. Craftworks:
  142. Crane Grove: Michinaga's peaceful death at the age of 62
  143. Crane and turtle
  144. Crane base
  145. Crazy for You: October 21 to April 8, 2007
  146. Cream Mitsumame: Mitsumame with ice cream or whipped cream.
  147. Cream Zenzai (Zenzai with ice cream)
  148. Cream anmitsu: anmitsu with whipped fresh cream or soft serve ice cream.
  149. Creamy soy-sauce called 'sashimi soy-sauce,' to which sweetness and savoriness is added, is also used.
  150. Created Wasanbon is very fine like powdered sugar and it is lightly colored white due to small quantities of remaining molasses.
  151. Created a sensation, this affair was known to the world as 'a femme fatale Yoarashi Okinu.'
  152. Created at the end of the Heian period.
  153. Created by Eitoku KANO aged 24.
  154. Created by Eitoku KANO.
  155. Created by Gyokai, the disciple of Kamakura period Buddhist sculptor Kaikei.
  156. Created by Kaikei's student Chokai.
  157. Created by Sakugen Shuryo.
  158. Created by Shoei Kano.
  159. Created by Soeki KATSUMOTO.
  160. Created by Tomomi NAKAJIMA.
  161. Created during the 15th-16th centuries.
  162. Created during the Heian period.
  163. Created during the Kamakura period.
  164. Created during the first part of the Heian period.
  165. Created during the latter part of the Heian period.
  166. Created easily by amateurs as a hobby and the unglazed pottery can be hand-painted.
  167. Created in 1241.
  168. Created in 1418 by Buddhist sculptor Inryu.
  169. Created in 1895
  170. Created the Official Art Poster of FIFA World Cup Germany
  171. Created the oldest artistic musical song with accompaniment of shamisen 'Shamisen suite.'
  172. Created to imitate the garden (designed by Muso Soseki) of Saiho-ji Temple, also known as "Koke-dera temple," it was subjected to renovations during the Edo Period that are said to have robbed it of any resemblance to how it originally looked.
  173. Created with 1. as the model.
  174. Creating High-quality Steel
  175. Creating ihai and building a tower mean the same (this applies to sotoba, too).
  176. Creation
  177. Creation and contents
  178. Creation by a photo shop
  179. Creation by mobile phone
  180. Creation by personal computer
  181. Creation by simplified printing machine
  182. Creation of 'Produce Technology,' human resources training by Project Based Learning
  183. Creation of Shumon Ninbetsu Aratame Cho
  184. Creation of a family
  185. Creation of a family occurs in following cases.
  186. Creation of new cultural education in cooperation with universities
  187. Creation of ota-bumi is considered to be strongly related to ikkoku heikinyaku.
  188. Creation of swords after this period is called 'Shin Shinto (New-New Swords).'
  189. Creation of the Title of Tenno (emperor)
  190. Creation of the country by Okuninushi
  191. Creation of the university community
  192. Creation period: Appointment of Kawachi no kami (the governor of Kawachi Province) in the period of MINAMOTO no Yorinobu ~ Subjugation of Zen Kunen no Eki (Former Nine-Years' Campaign) in the period of MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi.
  193. Creation with Tengu Motif
  194. Creations such as 'Gold crane and silver tree branch' and 'Silver crane and Isokata' created during the 12th century have been handed down to Kasuga-Taisha Shrine today as 'Kasuga-Taisha Shrine Wakamiya Imperial property Sacred Treasures,' both are designated as national treasures.
  195. Creative chozubachi
  196. Creature: Oni-yanma (largest kind of dragonfly in Japan)
  197. Credit Guarantee Corporation of Kyoto, Chutan Branch Office
  198. Credit cards
  199. Credit cards are accepted by taxis with a terminal to read a credit card (or an imprinter) as long as it is used within the limits of its use.
  200. Credit rating
  201. Credit transactions made through bills issued by exchangers were indispensable for large-amount transactions in chogin and tobangin which required the cumbersome valuation of silver by weight.
  202. Credit transfer system
  203. Creed
  204. Creed and belief
  205. Cremation
  206. Cremation in Japan
  207. Cremation in the modern age
  208. Cremation in the world.
  209. Cremation is a type of treating the dead by incinerating the body.
  210. Cremation mound of Emperor Seiwa
  211. Cremation takes place in a crematory or the burial ground, and it is practiced outside and the body is cremated using firewood (especially for cremation) in all cases.
  212. Crematories closed only over the end of the year and New Year holidays are increasing in number.
  213. Crepes
  214. Crest
  215. Crest designs include 'ume,' 'umebachi,' 'neziume' and 'miumebachi.'
  216. Crest of sect
  217. Crests
  218. Crests on the wooden figure of samurai in Yomeimon (Yomei gate) and the belfry of Toshogu Shrine are 'Chinese bellflower' that was the family crest of Akechi.
  219. Crew
  220. Crew and railway operation
  221. Crickets sing fully, I remember old autumn.
  222. Cries
  223. Crimes described as Kunitsu tsumi include diseases and disasters that are not considered to be "crimes" in today's notion, which is a distinctive characteristic of Kunitsu tsumi.
  224. Crimes in regard to shichusen
  225. Crimes using ICOCA
  226. Crimes, bloody affairs, and murders.
  227. Criminal Policy
  228. Criminal Suits
  229. Criminal privileges
  230. Criminal trails for people who had no omemie or people who were not direct retainers of shogun were conducted at a machi-bugyo office, with the presence of only one Metsuke officer.
  231. Crisis and reinvention of local dishes
  232. Crisis within the government
  233. Criteria
  234. Criteria for judgement, fermentation degree, how to adjust and so on.
  235. Criteria for registration
  236. Criteria for selecting the representatives were good looks, health that can withstand a long trip, and outstanding aptitude for foreign languages and studies.
  237. Criteria of selecting female formal Wafuku
  238. Criteria, terms and expressions for sake
  239. Critical Essay
  240. Critical considerations
  241. Critical philosophical activities
  242. Criticism
  243. Criticism against the direct line imperial succession code theory and the legitimate child imperial succession code theory
  244. Criticism and development
  245. Criticism of the Imposter Theory
  246. Criticism of the different thoughts by Yuien
  247. Criticism of the literature
  248. Criticism on Takeuchi-monjo
  249. Criticisms
  250. Criticisms of the kazoku system
  251. Criticisms on the Theory of Eight Vowels
  252. Criticisms were that the plots were absurd and premodern-style, and that the visually eccentric choreography (what is called "Keren"), such as "chunori" (a flight on wires from the stage over the heads of the audience) & "hayagawari" (a quick change of costume), were not orthodox, and so on.
  253. Criticisms, essays, lectures, and the like
  254. Criticized their overly pompous styles, a new breed of poets seeking to improve on the waka poetry opened up a new age for tanka that embodied freedom and individuality.
  255. Critics say that the 'Nenge misho' legend describes well unspoken communication, a feature of Zen.
  256. Crops of vegetables that are grown for the sole purpose of seed preservation.
  257. Crops of vegetables that are produced not only in Kyoto City but also those produced throughout Kyoto Prefecture.
  258. Crops of vegetables that have a history of having been produced even before the Meiji Restoration, when the government was located in Kyoto City.
  259. Croquette in France are similar to cream korokke filled with ground fish or chicken.
  260. Cross Roads
  261. Cross bow
  262. Cross breeding strain
  263. Cross roads
  264. Cross roads with signs belong to the city.
  265. Cross streets
  266. Cross-fertilization was conducted by the Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Station as sakamai suitable for ginjo sake with no added alcohol, and selection and fixation were conducted.
  267. Cross-fertilized in the Miyagi Prefecture Furukawa Agricultural Experiment Station (MFAES)
  268. Cross-grained fan
  269. Cross-grained fan can be found in documents in the cloister government period.
  270. Cross-grained fans were also called Doroe (pictures drawn with pigments made from earth materials) fans, referring to chromatic picture on the surface.
  271. Crossbred in 2002
  272. Crossing Roads
  273. Crossing Roads and Others
  274. Crossing of the tides … a crane, its long legs splashing - ah how cool the sea
  275. Crossing over passes in Ikoma Mountain Range
  276. Crossing over passes on the roads from Osaka to Nara.
  277. Crossing roads
  278. Crossing roads and main areas the roads lead
  279. Crossing streets
  280. Crossing the sea to Japan
  281. Crown Prince
  282. Crown Prince Naka no Oe no Oji was the power behind the throne.
  283. Crown Prince Naruhito
  284. Crown Prince Tokiyo
  285. Crown Prince, Emperor's Grandson
  286. Crown Prince, Naka no Oe no Oji, did not accede to the Imperial throne but Empress Kogyoku acceded again to become Empress Saimei.
  287. Crown Princess Masako
  288. Crown prince
  289. Crown prince does not always refer to the first son of the present emperor.
  290. Crown prince is represented as 東宮 (Togu), 春宮 (Hitsuginomiko) or 太子 (Taishi).
  291. Crown princes in Asian countries
  292. Crown princes in England
  293. Crown princes in European countries
  294. Crown princes in Japan
  295. Crown princess
  296. Crown princess corresponds to the Imperial Princess (Articles 5 and 6 of Imperial House Law) and is regarded as a member of the imperial family.
  297. Crowns, clothes, and decorum appropriate for job titles were established.
  298. Crucian carp
  299. Crumpling paper is a method to produce a feel of cloth and momigami was used as paper for mounting in the tea ceremony during medieval times.
  300. Crush shells after exposure to the sun, mix it with water to make it clayey, roll it out on a board and completed after exposing to the sun again.
  301. Crying Maitreya: at the Reiho-den of Koryu-ji Temple in Uzumasa, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture; woodcraft
  302. Crying: this gesture is often seen in ninjo-banashi.
  303. Crystal
  304. Crystal Liner (Kintetsu Bus/Yamanashi Kotsu)
  305. Crystal Rosary
  306. Crystal beads presented to Princess Fuse by an elderly practitioner.
  307. Crystal eyes.
  308. Crystalline schist type
  309. Cu2+
  310. Cuckoos were wandering out into the countryside at night; I heard them sing at dawn.
  311. Cueva de Altamira: Upper Paleolithic art; Cantabria Province, Spain
  312. Cuisine
  313. Cuisines that use quantities of aburaage
  314. Culdcept Series
  315. Cultivated areas dramatically increased with these measures, from about one million six hundred thousand choho in the early seventeenth century to about three million choho in the early eighteenth century.
  316. Cultivated fields very similar to Tanada can be seen in almost all the rice-cropping mountains around the world.
  317. Cultivated kelp accounted for about 35% of the whole production of kelp in 2005.
  318. Cultivation
  319. Cultivation and release
  320. Cultivation method
  321. Cultivation of Nasunogahara
  322. Cultivation of bluegill was started with large expectation that the fish is useful as edible fish, but I regret that the bluegill has inflicted serious damage on the ecosystem of Japan.'
  323. Cultivation of wetlands and sandy area by the state.
  324. Cultural Activity and Religion
  325. Cultural Asset
  326. Cultural Assets
  327. Cultural Facilities
  328. Cultural Facilities in the Area
  329. Cultural Heritage
  330. Cultural History
  331. Cultural Influence
  332. Cultural Institutions
  333. Cultural Landscapes
  334. Cultural Park Joyo (文化パルク城陽)
  335. Cultural Park Joyo is a composite cultural facility located in Joyo City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  336. Cultural Properties
  337. Cultural Properties Designated by Kyoto City
  338. Cultural Properties Designated by Kyoto Prefecture
  339. Cultural Properties Designated by Miyazu City
  340. Cultural Properties Designated by Nara Prefecture
  341. Cultural Properties Designated by Niigata Prefecture
  342. Cultural Properties Designated by Shiga Prefecture
  343. Cultural Properties Designated by the Kyoto Prefectural Government
  344. Cultural Properties Included in the Heritage
  345. Cultural Properties Lost to Fire
  346. Cultural Properties Registered by Kyoto Prefecture.
  347. Cultural Properties Registered by the Kyoto Prefectural Government
  348. Cultural Properties Scattered from Uchiyama-Eikyu-ji Temple
  349. Cultural Properties and Important Cultural Properties
  350. Cultural Properties designated by Nara Prefecture
  351. Cultural Properties designated by Prefecture
  352. Cultural Properties formerly held by Denko-ji Temple
  353. Cultural Properties formerly held by Kakuan-ji Temple
  354. Cultural Properties in the Ordinances
  355. Cultural Properties once possessed by Kuhon-ji Temple
  356. Cultural Properties stored in former storehouse of Eisan-ji Temple
  357. Cultural Properties: Kon-do Hall (Daibutsu-den), Nandai-mon Gate, Birushana-butsu (the great image of Buddha) etc. (National Treasures); Chumon Gate and Stone Lions (Important Cultural Properties)
  358. Cultural Property
  359. Cultural Property Designated by Kyotango City
  360. Cultural Property Designated by Kyoto City
  361. Cultural Property Designated by Kyoto Prefecture
  362. Cultural Property Not Yet Designated
  363. Cultural Property Once Possessed by Manshuin Temple
  364. Cultural Property designated by Nara Prefecture
  365. Cultural Property designated by Oji-machi
  366. Cultural achievements
  367. Cultural and artistic accomplishments
  368. Cultural and educational facilities
  369. Cultural and social developments of the period
  370. Cultural aspects
  371. Cultural asset
  372. Cultural assets
  373. Cultural assets along the routes and in the vicinity.
  374. Cultural assets in the vicinity
  375. Cultural assets of Kyoto, which is a city having a long history
  376. Cultural assets: Hondo (main temple), Color on silk painting of Hie Sanno mandala (Mandala having to do with Hie Sannosha Shrine), three other cultural assets - Important Cultural Property, the precinct of Hyakusai-ji Temple - historic site
  377. Cultural events related to sake
  378. Cultural exchange with the continent
  379. Cultural exchanges between residents and prisoners proceeded, and it is said that, sometimes, prisoners built a house for the local people.
  380. Cultural exchanges suggested by the distribution of comma-shaped beads
  381. Cultural exchanges with Wa (Kyusyu dynasty)
  382. Cultural exchanges/Mutual influence
  383. Cultural facility
  384. Cultural heritage
  385. Cultural heritages such as the residences of royal aristocrats and the Summer Palace were looted, victimized by arson, destroyed, and a market even opened for the loot in order to exchange it for money.
  386. Cultural products from local regions flowed into the capital more than ever before.
  387. Cultural properties
  388. Cultural properties and others
  389. Cultural properties associated with Ippen
  390. Cultural properties designated by Hikone City
  391. Cultural properties designated by Kyoto City
  392. Cultural properties designated by Kyoto Prefecture
  393. Cultural properties designated by Moriyama City
  394. Cultural properties designated by Nara Prefecture
  395. Cultural properties designated by Nara Prefecture, thatching a roof with grass
  396. Cultural properties designated by the Nantan City Government
  397. Cultural properties designated by the city
  398. Cultural properties designated by the prefecture
  399. Cultural properties in Japan
  400. Cultural properties in many places such as the Pukkwan Victory Monument were moved out of the Korean Peninsula by Japan.
  401. Cultural properties of the Edo Period can be candidates for registration, however most items registered were built or made in modern times (in or after the Meiji Period).
  402. Cultural properties owned by the Reizei family
  403. Cultural properties: Hondo (main hall), wooden Senju Kannon ryuzo (wooden standing statue of Thousand Armed Kannon), and others (important cultural properties)
  404. Cultural properties: Kon-do Hall (main hall of a Buddhist temple), Kenbon Chakushoku Fudo Myoo zo (color painting on silk of the God of Fire) (Kifudo painting) and eight other works (National Treasures), and bonsho and other works (Important Cultural Property)
  405. Cultural properties: The golden hall, The five-storied pagoda, the wooden standing statue of Shaka Nyorai and so on (national treasure); Mirokudo hall, the wooden standing statue of Manjusri (Bodhisattva) and so on (important cultural property)
  406. Cultural properties: Wooden seated statue of Aizenmyoo, wooden seated statue of Amidanyorai, Sangatsukyo Mandala-zu with color painting on silk (important cultural properties)
  407. Cultural properties: the Hondo, or main hall; the Hase-dera sutra; the bronze plaque of the Hokke Sesso-zu (National Treasure); the wooden standing statue of Eleven-faced Kannon; the Nio (or Deva) Gate; etc (Important Cultural Properties)
  408. Cultural properties: the east pagoda, the west pagoda, Mandala Hall, Sozo Miroku-butsu zazo (the earthen image of seated statue of Miroku Buddha) and so on (national treasures), Kon-do Hall (main hall of a Buddhist temple), Kanshitsu Shitenno ryuzo (standing dry lacquer statues of Four Devas), the wooden seated statue of Amida Nyoai and so on (important cultural properties)
  409. Cultural property
  410. Cultural property designated by Nagaokakyo City
  411. Cultural property designated by Nara Prefecture
  412. Cultural property designated by Shiga Prefecture
  413. Cultural property: Hondo (main hall), Mokuzo Daikokuten ryuzo (a wooden standing statue of the God of Wealth) (National Important Cultural Property), and Mokuzo Senju Kannon ryuzo (a wooden standing statue of the Thousand-armed Buddhist Goddess of Mercy) (Cultural Property designated by Nara Prefecture)
  414. Cultural property: bronze sitting statue of the Buddha (Important Cultural Property)
  415. Cultural regions in the Jomon period
  416. Cultural relations
  417. Cultural scenery
  418. Culturally, Yasumori was friendly with the Retired Emperor Gosaga who gave him Chinese classic books.
  419. Culture
  420. Culture Club
  421. Culture Day
  422. Culture Day (Bunka no hi) is a Japanese national holiday held annually every November 3.
  423. Culture Day Bugaku Concert at Kasuga-taisha Shrine (November 3)
  424. Culture Day bugaku concert (traditional Japanese court music accompanied by dancing) - November 3
  425. Culture and Art
  426. Culture and Information Science
  427. Culture and custom
  428. Culture and performing art
  429. Culture and religion
  430. Culture and religious history
  431. Culture associated with daifuku
  432. Culture at the beginning of the Sengoku Period was strongly influenced by the Zen sect, same as Kitayama culture and Higashiyama culture.
  433. Culture festival
  434. Culture in Hiroshima
  435. Culture in Kansai
  436. Culture in the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States)
  437. Culture largely different from that during the Edo period or before developed: For example, the literature called novels based on individualism, had not existed until then in Japan, were introduced.
  438. Culture of Japanese restaurant
  439. Culture of Yukaku
  440. Culture, art and folkways
  441. Culture, industry, and lifestyle in Kyoto from pre-Heiankyo times (before the ancient capital in Kyoto was established) to the Taisho period
  442. Cultures from these ethnic groups were incorporated, and exchanges with ethnic groups such as Emishi and Ebisu took place in relatively early years.
  443. Cunningly cheating the system of the futenreki (the Futian calendar table), they concocted a fake Chijun-ho (a calendar technique of setting a leap month and leap day) while insisting that they were following kuden (oral instructions) or secret teachings they had inherited.
  444. Cup Noodle' is the first product put on the market by NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS on September 18, 1971 (except the test marketing done immediately before).
  445. Cup Udon (instant Japanese wheat noodles purchased in cup)
  446. Cup and ball
  447. Cup noodles based on the concept of a thick type Kyoto Ramen soup.
  448. Cup: street stalls also sometimes use paper cups.
  449. Cupellated silver minting was divided largely into two types.
  450. Cupellated silver was reassessed of its silver content at the maseba and its quality determined by the silver inspector.
  451. Cupid
  452. Cupid is the god with 'Yumiya for love' to help the success of love, who originates from Eros and is imagined to be an angel.
  453. Cupriferous and ferruginous springs
  454. Cupriferous and ferruginous springs are hot springs that contain copper and iron.
  455. Curators explain displays at 2 p.m. every Saturday.
  456. Curb of a well, I used to be shorter than the height of the well, but in all those years that I did not see you, I grew taller than the curb of the well.
  457. Curious Genji and Tono Chujo (the first secretary's captain) talked to her half joking, but she acted coquettishly, which was unsuitable for her age, so they were bored with her.
  458. Curiously enough, in the most places which are supposed to be large Ryuketsu in Japan, old shrines stand and the place has been said to be free from natural disasters.
  459. Curiously, it is said that when Shizuko heard Yasusuke's death in the battle, she did not break down crying as she did when Katsusuke died in the battle and accepted his death with a sedate manner.
  460. Curiously, on February 24, 1491, when he was in a dispute with Masamoto HOSOKAWA and in a disadvantageous situation, he died; it was exactly one year after the death of his older brother, Yoshimasa.
  461. Curly noodles are used, and is rare among ramen stores in Kyoto.
  462. Currencies before the Edo Period
  463. Currency
  464. Currency exchanges
  465. Currency reform and counterfeit money disposal
  466. Currency system reform led by OKUMA
  467. Current 'Buto manju' is a cake like a doughnut with bean paste that is made by wrapping bean paste with the doughnut-like dough of Buto mixed with the dough of Buto and egg.
  468. Current Conditions
  469. Current Gato KATAOKA is the fifth.
  470. Current Gonjuro KAWARASAKI is the fourth.
  471. Current Hidetaro KATAOKA is the second.
  472. Current Jishu sect holds Ippen as the founder, but the sect was officially formed by the policy of Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  473. Current Kikaku NAKAMURA is the second.
  474. Current Kikunosuke ONOE is the fifth.
  475. Current Matsunosuke KATAOKA is the fourth.
  476. Current Nippon Telegraph and Telephone group originated from the Telegraph Bureau of the former Ministry of Communication.
  477. Current Public Evaluation
  478. Current Seijokankidan is made by wrapping azuki bean paste in the dough of wheat flour into a chakin (a cloth used in the tea ceremony) shape, and then frying in sesame oil.
  479. Current Shido NAKAMURA is the second.
  480. Current Shikan NAKAMURA is the seventh.
  481. Current Situation
  482. Current State
  483. Current State of Abandoned Railway
  484. Current Status
  485. Current Status of the line and the areas along the line
  486. Current Summary
  487. Current System of the Sect
  488. Current Yakata-bune
  489. Current affairs
  490. Current bus services
  491. Current bus services and bus routes
  492. Current business offices
  493. Current cachet
  494. Current cars
  495. Current condition
  496. Current day colloquialisms
  497. Current examples include a scene constructed by placing dolls at the front of this yamakasa.
  498. Current five vowels
  499. Current head of school is the 16th, Genjiro OKURA.
  500. Current head of the firm is the fifteenth, Sozaemon NISHIMURA.
  501. Current kiseru
  502. Current leading shamisen players include Eika UTSUMI, Shiyo KATSURA (the wife of Shijaku II), Kazume HAYASHIYA (the wife of Kosome HAYASHIYA (V) and the elder sister of Ayame KATSURA (III)).
  503. Current mainstream shakaiei consists of introvert poetic composition that raises problems arising from the strain of modern society.
  504. Current offices in charge
  505. Current place names such as Gofuku-machi, Aburaya-cho, Daiku-cho, Kaji-machi, and Koya-machi are related to this.
  506. Current prominent figures, including Torata NAMBU of Dengeki Network, Toshiro YANAGIBA, Goro YAMADA (uncredited), appeared as extras, such as in the roles of common soldiers and the dead, when they were young and unknown.
  507. Current research supports the theory that natives who had intruded into the castle for plunder set fire.
  508. Current rolling stock
  509. Current route
  510. Current route (East Route/ West Route)
  511. Current services
  512. Current situation
  513. Current situation and problems with masuseki
  514. Current situation of Ekiben delicatessen
  515. Current situation of warming shochu
  516. Current social recognition
  517. Current soke (head of the school) is Kiyokazu KANZE, the 26th.
  518. Current state of Hon-kudzu-ko production
  519. Current state of indication of raw materials and place of origin of hon-kuzu
  520. Current state of production of hon-kuzu
  521. Current states of old battle fields
  522. Current status
  523. Current status of transport
  524. Current town names and borders in the area have remained more or less unchanged since pre-modern times.
  525. Current town names of areas that belonged to Shimogyo Ward when it was established in 1879 are listed below.
  526. Current transportation in Japan
  527. Current type of Uchiwa fan, which is made of bamboo-made frame and paper, was established in the end of the Muromachi period, aimed at lightening the structure with a strong fan part.
  528. Currently 52 remain but it is not known how many existed at the time of the building's construction.
  529. Currently Nizaemon KATAOKA XV and Kichiemon NAKAMURA II perform this role in their repertoire.
  530. Currently Performed Sukeroku
  531. Currently Shirayamahime-jinja Shrine enshrines, together with Izanagi and Izanami, Kukurihimenokami (Shirayamahimenokami) as its principal deities.
  532. Currently a theory that it is a personal name is widely accepted.
  533. Currently about 70% of omikuji are made by Joshidosha, a company in Shunan City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, and they also export English versions to Hawaii and other countries, and the rest are made independently by various shrines and temples.
  534. Currently as well, costumes worn at court and the costumes of temple maidens retain vestiges of this custom.
  535. Currently descendants of the entire Tokugawa/Matsudaira clan belong to an association with approximately 600 members.
  536. Currently disused rolling stock
  537. Currently he is being tried in military courts and is fighting public trials.
  538. Currently in Japan, half of the cities with over 100,000 in population were originally jokamachi, but with large fires, war, and development, they have changed so much that it is rare to find jokamachi that reflect what they looked like in the past.
  539. Currently in Osaka many shops use mayonnaise, while in Kobe, which sticks with the traditional okonomiyaki, many shops do not prepare mayonnaise and do not serve it without being ordered even if it has been prepared.
  540. Currently in general, when the police endeavor to identify if a suspect is actually a criminal, eye-witnesses act to verify the identity of suspects; the colloquial term "Kubi jikken" is widely used when referring to a "line up."
  541. Currently in some areas the day of the fair is changed to Saturday or Sunday to suit people's needs who work on weekdays, so that they can come to the fair.
  542. Currently in the cemetery of Japanese people in Johor Baharu, there is a memorial tower of the Imperial Prince made of granite stones which were brought from Japan by Imperial Prince in.
  543. Currently it is called Rengebuji no Misasagi in Asaharayama-cho, Kitasaga, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  544. Currently it is displayed at Takeo City Library and Historical Museum.
  545. Currently it is exclusively for pedestrians and its role has been passed on to the Yamazaki-ohashi Bridge.
  546. Currently it is in Sango-cho, Tateno, Nara Prefecture.
  547. Currently it is utilized as a chapel, and worship is open every week.
  548. Currently it presides over Katayamake Nohgaku Kyobu hozon zaidan (the foundation of protecting the Katayama family's heritage of Noh-gaku and Kyobu dance).
  549. Currently makuuchi sumo wrestlers have four minutes and juryo sumo wrestlers have three minutes for shikiri.
  550. Currently one tan is defined as 100 kin, and it is equivalent to exactly 50 kg in the mainland China, 60.478982 kg in Hong Kong and exactly 60 kg in Taiwan respectively.
  551. Currently only one round-trip bus is running.
  552. Currently only the steam loco remains and is falling into disrepair.
  553. Currently the 'Leprosy Prevention Day' has been renamed as the 'Awareness and deep understanding of Hansen's disease week.'
  554. Currently the 'regulation' for the shrine as a religious corporation provides that 'Saishu are to be appointed in obedience to imperial order.'
  555. Currently the Kagamiyama proposal cannot be supported any more as it is, and newer jobo reconstruction proposals based on the result of excavation described above are presented by Akihiro KINDA, Nobumasa INOUE, and others.
  556. Currently the Takamikura is still kept in Shishinden of the Kyoto Imperial Palace.
  557. Currently the card after use (the card is reused by paying additional credit, etc.) is disposable, since there is no other system available to reuse it.
  558. Currently the descendents of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and families using the Tokugawa name can be divided into the following 9 separate families:
  559. Currently the existence of six versions of the work has been confirmed, a seventy-five volume book, a twelve volume book (including the hyakuhachi homyo-mon (108 Buddhist teachings), a sixty volume book, the 卍 Yamamoto book and a ninety-five volume book.
  560. Currently the mirror is an offering at the Kotai Jingu Shrine of Ise Jingu Shrine.
  561. Currently the second generation.
  562. Currently the site has a park, cemetery, cedar forest and the southern part has a mixed forest, and the state of preservation of the site is fairly good.
  563. Currently the structure is used as a gallery and is used as the secretariat for the NPO called 'Hitotsubu no Kai' charged with preserving and reusing Vories' structures.
  564. Currently there is Nakamitsu's memorial tower on the temple grounds in Mangan-ji Temple, which is associated with Seiwa-Genji, in Kawanishi City, Hyogo Prefecture, Shodo-ji Temple and Fumyo-ji Temple in Takarazuka City, Hyogo Prefecture as well as Bijomaru and Kojumaru.
  565. Currently worn is a complete set of jidaimono (historical drama) dress-up consisting of katahazushi (female role of nyobo [a court lady] of samurai family or goten jochu [palace maid]) hair-style, a scarlet rinzu (a kind of silk kimono) with an uchikake (a kind of women's kimono) and a white hiraguke (a thin belt to be put on an obi, sash).
  566. Currently, 'Kuhatsudo Hall' of the Chogosonshi-ji Temple is located on the top of the mountain, which is connected by an approach from around Hondo (main hall).
  567. Currently, 'koban' (the internal regulations of the Kamigata Rakugo Association) exists as an alternative to the former shinuchi hierarchical system.
  568. Currently, '香橙' (pronounced 'xi?ngch?ng' in Chinese) indicates the yuzu citron, but it isn't known why the word has changed.
  569. Currently, 10 goryosha are used: one Rolls-Royce (convertible type), five Prince Royals and four Centuries
  570. Currently, Buddhist funerals are still popular, but Shinsosai has shown an upward trend on the grounds that the meanings of rites are easy to understand, and that compared with funerals of other religious faiths, Shinsosai puts a lighter strain on finances.
  571. Currently, Gokoku-jinja Shrines are shrines standing rather quietly and locally, in which people are less interested in than Yasukuni-jinja Shrine and which are not often involved in political contention.
  572. Currently, Gorinto, which is said to be the grave of Tokuitsu, remains at the site of Enichi-ji Temple (Bandai-machi, Yama-gun, Fukushima Prefecture).
  573. Currently, Hakata-ori products are mostly made by machine weaving.
  574. Currently, ICOCA's introduction is being studied not only in other railway services but also in the ferry service to Miyajima Island.
  575. Currently, Ju-kyo is generally considered a kind of theory of thought and not a religion.
  576. Currently, Kagutsuchi is the enshrined deity.
  577. Currently, Kasagake is also written as '笠掛.'
  578. Currently, Meishin Highway runs in parallel to Oiwa-kaido road and sandwiches the site left by the Tokaido Main Line.
  579. Currently, Monju has only one inbound/outbound train service, which runs in the afternoon.
  580. Currently, Nara and Mie Prefectures are the major producers.
  581. Currently, Nichigen NAKAMURA is the three hundred and fifth chief abbot of Myoman-ji Temple.
  582. Currently, Shimabara has no affiliation with any school of dance.
  583. Currently, Takigi-noh is performed in shrines and temples (Heian-jingu Shrine, Zojo-ji Temple, Kanda Myojin, Ikukunitama-jinja Shrine, etc.) and gardens (Osaka-jo Castle Nishinomaru garden, the Shinjuku Imperial Gardens, etc.) in various places.
  584. Currently, Zeze Koto Gakko (high school), a Shiga prefectural high school, is built on the former site of Jungido.
  585. Currently, a \3,000 card (worth \3,300 in use) and a \1,000 card (worth \1,100 in use) are available.
  586. Currently, a countermeasure taken against a certain issue or other party's attitudes.
  587. Currently, a part of air-raid shelter is used as Donzurubo Observatory of Research Center for Earthquake Prediction DPRI, Kyoto University.
  588. Currently, a sequence of techniques from drawing a sword to sheathing it while in a seated position is considered as an independent martial art only in Japan, but in fact it is very rare.
  589. Currently, a total of 180 interior mural paintings by Rosetsu remains in Muryo-ji Temple in Kushimoto, Joju-ji Temple in Koza, and Sodo-ji Temple in Tonda.
  590. Currently, all of it is managed by Yamashina Office, Keihan Bus Co., Ltd, but Keihan Bus Neyagawa Business Office (Keihan Express Line, abolished) and Keihan Bus Otsu Business Office (Keihan Otsu Line, abolished) were also operating their lines.
  591. Currently, all platforms, including the station building, have been demolished in order to be replaced by a walkway (from the former site of the station to the former Misasagi Prefectural Route).
  592. Currently, all trains are being operated without conductors.
  593. Currently, an independent administrative institution is responsible for it.
  594. Currently, appointment to the shuso and the Hossen shiki are often performed for form's sake separately with the actual training.
  595. Currently, as one of the projects of the National Theater, there are attempts to restore the instruments and numbers that had been eliminated.
  596. Currently, brothers, Koshiro MATSUMOTO (the ninth) and Kichiemon NAKAMURA (the second), are good at playing the role.
  597. Currently, carrying and possessing this type is banned by the Sword and Firearms Control Law.
  598. Currently, choko is a small vessel used for receiving sake from a tokkuri to drink it.
  599. Currently, construction work aiming to convert the Kyoto - Sonobe section into a double-track section is ongoing, and completion is expected in the spring of 2010.
  600. Currently, courtesans enter in a row and they pass dialogue back and forth, and then, Agemaki enters.
  601. Currently, curry and rice is popular at restaurants including stand-up soba (buckwheat noodles) stalls as a fast food that can fill one's stomach quickly at a low cost.
  602. Currently, decorations are commonly put on display after Christmas and up until the 28th.
  603. Currently, direct trains to the subway Tozai Line ran between Keishin-Sanjo Station and Hamaotsu Station at intervals of 22 minutes.
  604. Currently, each number from 1 to 9 is allocated by type and capacity (4 is for utility cars).
  605. Currently, each organization has an authorized highest dan-i, but in some organizations a Hanshi of the tenth dan is the final stage and ultimate goal.
  606. Currently, electric rice cookers are mainly used.
  607. Currently, farm raising imported young glass eels of European eels in the People's Republic of China is main stream.
  608. Currently, female ninja is generally called "Kunoichi" (the origin of this code name was a Japanese character "女" meaning woman, and it is considered that this character was broken down into three characters "く (ku)", "ノ (no)" and "一 (ichi")).
  609. Currently, he is Vice's master.
  610. Currently, he is enshrined as 'Ninomiya-sha' (the second god) at Yamana-jinja Shrine (Aoya-cho, Tottori City), where his master Ujitoyo is enshrined.
  611. Currently, he opens the door to the public including setting up training rooms in five prefectures in Kyushu centering around Fukuoka and is working for dissemination and education of Kyogen (farce played during a Noh cycle).
  612. Currently, he serves as the administrative director of the Kongo Nohgakudo Foundation, the managing director of the Association for Japanese Noh Plays, and the honorary chairperson of the Kongo-kai (party).
  613. Currently, he spends his time giving lectures.
  614. Currently, his descendents are living in Tokigawa-machi, Saitama Prefecture (former Tamagawa Village), which is situated along the former Kamakura-kaido Road, and in the vicinity of Higashimatsuyama City, Saitama Prefecture.
  615. Currently, his grave has been moved to Renge-ji Temple in Nakano.
  616. Currently, his tombstones are located in the Chofuku-ji Temple (Midori Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture) which is the site of the historic battlefield, Okehazama and in Tenryu-in Temple (Iwata City, Shizuoka Prefecture).
  617. Currently, honnaoshi is produced and sold by a limited number of manufacturers.
  618. Currently, however, the Kita Kinki-Toyooka Expressway and Kyoto Jukan Expressway are under construction.
  619. Currently, however, ukai is conducted as a tourist attraction inheriting traditional fishing method.
  620. Currently, in countries with Theravada Buddhism, such as Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos, Shojin ryori which vegetable is mainly served have not developed since monks are allowed to eat three kinds of pure meat (the notion of Shojin ryori itself exists).
  621. Currently, it even denies Nika Sojo and strives solely to preserve the status of the 'head temple of the Nichiren-shu sect.'
  622. Currently, it has become a horizontal board that is installed in a room to allow hangers and/or hooks to be hung easily but it was not originally intended for hanging items.
  623. Currently, it is January 1 when another year is added on the Gregorian calendar in Japan and Korea; however, in China, the lunar New Year (old new year) is still observed.
  624. Currently, it is a play in three acts and five scenes.
  625. Currently, it is also used for "special junmai" sake and junmai sake (sake in which only ingredients are rice and yeast).
  626. Currently, it is categorized as one variety of kickboxing and is widely known as "full-contact kickboxing," but a karate background isn't strictly required as it was before, partly because it has matured as a game.
  627. Currently, it is designated as an important cultural property.
  628. Currently, it is distinguished by often referring to it as the buke sado (buke sado (the tea ceremony of samurai family) or daimyo cha (the tea of the daimyo).
  629. Currently, it is divided into Chizan Shomyo (Chishakuin, Kyoto), Buzan Shomyo (Hase-dera Temple, Nara), Nanzan-shinryu School (Mt. Koya-san and Kogi Shingonshu sect temples, Kyoto).
  630. Currently, it is enshrined in the center of the Museum of National Treasures located on the site of former Jiki-do Hall.
  631. Currently, it is in front of Hondo on the right hand side, but it was located at the entrance of the grave outside of the temple when it was built.
  632. Currently, it is independent as the head temple of the 'Nichiren Honshu sect.'
  633. Currently, it is known as the beautiful and quiet residential area, and the nearest station is the Omuro-Ninnaji Station on Kitano Line, Keifuku Electric Railroad.
  634. Currently, it is known in Japan as the guardian Honzon of the year of the horse.
  635. Currently, it is made up of 10 schools affiliated to Jodo Shinshu sects and other schools, and as a whole sect, it has the most temples (about 22,000 temples) and followers among Japanese Buddhist sects.
  636. Currently, it is permitted only when the other contender is using Nito-ryu (the two-sword style)).
  637. Currently, it is possessed by the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  638. Currently, it is possessed by the National Museum of Japanese History.
  639. Currently, it is said the cost to mint one coin is two yen.
  640. Currently, it is used as chozubachi (a bowl for washing hands).
  641. Currently, it is used as the Haiden to Izumo Takeo-jinja Shrine, a sessha (auxiliary shrine) of Isonokami-jingu Shrine.
  642. Currently, it is used widely in various fields of fiction.
  643. Currently, it's an elevated station with a platform serving two tracks, and timber trusses are used in the roof of the station house.
  644. Currently, it's enshrined in Shobo-ji Temple, located in Saikyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  645. Currently, its transcripts are in the possession of the Cabinet Library and Seikado Bunko Art Library, etc.
  646. Currently, many shrines throughout Japan determine a specific day of the month and conduct tsukinami-no-matsuri on that day.
  647. Currently, more than a half of the Orthodox Churches employ the revised Julian calendar and celebrate New Year's Day on January 1st.
  648. Currently, most limited express trains starting from Kyoto/Osaka use electric cars and run to Kinosakionsen Station.
  649. Currently, most okara is discarded since the demand falls much below the supply and it spoils rapidly, except for a part that is used as feeding stuff or dehydrated to enhance the preservative quality.
  650. Currently, most roads within Kyoto City are much narrower.
  651. Currently, mustard and sauce for natto are usually attached to the natto package.
  652. Currently, nationwide land registry investigation is underway to create an accurate registry.
  653. Currently, no bus service is available in front of Yase-Hieizanguchi Station, but in the past there was a bus terminal for Ohara in front of the Yase amusement park, assuming an increase of users, with shuttle buses operated between this terminal and Ohara.
  654. Currently, on the Oyamazaki side, the name New Yamazaki-bashi Bridge is used for a bridge over the nearby small stream, and this is also the name of a bus stop.
  655. Currently, ones that follow these rules are certified as "world record" (this is not certified by Guinness World Records).
  656. Currently, online karaoke is the main stream in Japan.
  657. Currently, only Akaiwa omachi remains as a powerful rice among the many varieties of Omachi, but since the yield is too small it isn't practical enough for widespread consumption.
  658. Currently, only four (or three) products of 'Yohen Tenmoku,' which are regarded as the finest ones, are being possessed by Ryuko-in Temple (Kita Ward, Kyoto City), Seikado Bunko Art Museum, Fujita Museum of Art and MIHO MUSEUM respectively.
  659. Currently, only the award certificate exists in the house of Seisuke's descendant.
  660. Currently, places where lightning strikes (in particular when in rice paddies) are cordoned off with green bamboo from which a Shimenawa rope is then strung around. It is the custom in various regions of Japan to then pray for a bountiful crop.
  661. Currently, re-development is underway in front of Higashi-Maizuru and Nishi-Maizuru stations.
  662. Currently, research in mythology focuses mainly on archeological and ethnological approach, such as the environment and customs.
  663. Currently, sado has the forerunning macchado (art of maccha (green powdered tea) ceremony) and the later senchado (art of sencha (simmered tea) ceremony), and it refers to the former if one mentions just about sado.
  664. Currently, schools nation-wide have been participating in this event, and it is a form of education taught through tanka and it attempts to have students get in touch with the sensitivities of the modern-day people through tanka compositions.
  665. Currently, shintoists tend to avoid the dispute over Shinto.
  666. Currently, shrine ranking has been abolished, and it now belongs to the Jinja-Honcho (The Association of Shinto Shrines) under the name 'Religious corporation, Mito-jinja Shrine.'
  667. Currently, stores for college students can be seen, particularly with regard to the specialty stores of Kyoto Ramen; the shopping street is said to rank high in their number in Kyoto, and Kyoto Ramen has fans throughout Japan.
  668. Currently, such non-Japanese haiku poets include Seigan MABUSON (Laurent MABESOON), ドウ-グル and Arthur BINARD.
  669. Currently, the 16th Seiemon is the family head.
  670. Currently, the 31st patriarch is Kiyotada OGASAWARA.
  671. Currently, the Arashiyama Branch Office of the Kyoto Bus Company provides transportation along these routes.
  672. Currently, the Eno division of the Momoyama regional office, Archives and Mausolea Department of the Imperial Household Agency is located within the precinct of the shrine and an official of the Cabinet Office administers the tomb as a guardian.
  673. Currently, the Era Name Law stipulates that gengo can be changed only when a heir apparent becomes emperor (the One Era for One Emperor system).
  674. Currently, the Grand Steward's Secretariat (Treasurer of the Imperial Household, Accounting Division and Supply Division) is in charge of duties.
  675. Currently, the House is famous as the head house of Oie style art of fragrance rather than the study of waka.
  676. Currently, the Kamigata Rakugo Association identifies the Tenma Tenjin Hanjotei Theater in North Osaka and the Shimanouchi Yose Theater in South as two wheels of yose theater that it organizes.
  677. Currently, the Kawara-dera Temple ruins are maintained so that the original positions of the great southern gate, the middle gate and the corridors are identifiable.
  678. Currently, the Kyudo Federation requires the wakyu to be bound more than six centimeters, but it used to be bound differently depending on the archery school.
  679. Currently, the Limited Express 'Raicho (train)' and others travel at a maximum speed of 130 km/h through the entire line.
  680. Currently, the OIKAWA family name centers on the middle and southern parts of Iwate Prefecture and the northern part of Miyagi Prefecture (53% of all OIKAWA clan live in both prefectures), but was scattered around the prefectures of the Tohoku region such as Aomori, Akita, Yamagata and Fukushima.
  681. Currently, the Soke (head of the school) is located in Fujisawa City.
  682. Currently, the Tendai sect is not preaching the thought of Honbutsu.
  683. Currently, the address of JR Kyoto Station is Higashi Shiokoji Takakura-cho and the address of Kintetsu Kyoto Station is Higashi Shiokoji Kamadono-cho.
  684. Currently, the administrative office of Daigo-ji Temple, Sohonzan (Grand Head Temple) of the Daigo school of the Shingon Sect, is located within Sanbo-in Temple, and it has been determined that the three posts of Daigo school chief priest, Daigo-ji Temple head priest and Sanbo-in Temple Monzeki are held simultaneously.
  685. Currently, the card can also be used in the following areas: all private and subway lines and some parts of bus lines (PiTaPa area) in the Keihanshin area; the Suica area such as East Japan Railway (JR East); and the TOICA area covered by Central Japan Railway (JR Central).
  686. Currently, the chief priest of Hoshun-in Temple, as Grand Master, teaches the Oguchi-ha.
  687. Currently, the chihaya is worn over the usual vestment (white top costume and hinohakama (scarlet hakama (divided trouser-like skirt)) worn by shrine maidens when performing formal religious rituals and duties and, is the formal piece of clothing worn with the suika (everyday garment worn by boys in ancient times).
  688. Currently, the city around Kitaoji-dori Street and Kitaoji Station, Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line is called Kitaoji (The commercial and multi-public facilities built in annex to the station is nicknamed as 'Kitaoji Town').
  689. Currently, the court rank is issued to the deceased who made achievements, and is granted to government workers who made achievements, university professors with achievements in performing arts, cultural activities, academic research, etc.
  690. Currently, the daytime pattern is applied to nighttime operation and a train runs every 15 minutes on the route between Kyoto and Nishi-Akashi (during the daytime some trains go only as far as Suma Station) as well as the route between Takatsuki and Shin-Sanda, which connects directly with the JR Takarazuka Line.
  691. Currently, the dominant theory is that they lay eggs all together on the day of the new moon between June and July.
  692. Currently, the enshrined deity is Ukano-mitama (Ugamitama no kami), but originally, it was Magatsuhi no kami (evil gods), Naobi no kami (gods of restoration), and Kamunaobi no kami.
  693. Currently, the existence of the oldest seal in China called Koji (an old-time seal for official or private purpose) goes back to the age of the Yin Dynasty.
  694. Currently, the existence of yokai is not verified, and it is considered to be a superstition or a byproduct of magical thinking dating from the period when science was underdeveloped.
  695. Currently, the fastest route to Kyoto City from Nara Prefecture is to take National Highway Route No. 307 from the Tanabe-nishi Interchange on the Keinawa Jidoshado Highway, continue along Osaka Prefectural Road No. 17 (Hirakata-takatsuki-sen) and get onto the Daini-Keihan-doro Bypass at the Hirakata-higashi Interchange.
  696. Currently, the forest green tree frog (Rhacophorus arboreus) inhabits and spawns in the temple precincts.
  697. Currently, the fourteenth article of the Japanese Constitution clearly negates the concept of Kashoku.
  698. Currently, the general practice is to use refrigerating machinery for freezing and drying machinery for dehydration.
  699. Currently, the historic site is often called 'tofuroato' (the remains of capital towers) by local residents.
  700. Currently, the house he was born is used for a hotel (Rakuraku-so) with renovations, and was designated 'Country Registration Tangible Cultural Properties' in 1997.
  701. Currently, the kintsuba cakes in the shape of a rectangular parallelepiped are popular across Japan, but the early kintsuba invented in Kyoto in the middle of the Edo period had a round shape.
  702. Currently, the largest amount of farm raised eels harvested within Japan according to prefectures is Kagoshima Prefecture, followed by Aichi Prefecture, Miyazaki Prefecture, Shizuoka Prefecture, and then Kochi Prefecture.
  703. Currently, the limited express trains arrive at and depart from Toyooka Station.
  704. Currently, the major production area of hon-kuzu in Japan is Kagoshima Prefecture, but you can rely on the three farmers using the products made in southern Kyushu.
  705. Currently, the major production areas of 'Uji cha' in Kyoto Prefecture are neighboring regions including Wazuka-cho, Soraku-gun, and Minami Yamashiro-mura, Soraku-gun, and Ujitawara-cho, Tsuzuki-gun.
  706. Currently, the majority of the sub-temples do not allow general worship and those which are open to visitors are Ryogen-in Temple, Zuiho-in Temple, Daisen-in Temple and Koto-in Temple (as of 2007).
  707. Currently, the matter is said to be not certain.
  708. Currently, the method is to mix rice flour with water, roll into a flat rice cake, place red beans, dried persimmon and a medicinal material in it, and cook in oil.
  709. Currently, the natural forest, which has not been touched at least since the the field practice forest opened covers 2,150 ha, approx, half of the total area of 4,200 ha of this research forest, and there are virgin forests within it that are considered to be untouched by humans ever since the forest was formed.
  710. Currently, the nearest bus stops of Kyoto City Bus to Ichijoji Station are 'Ichijoji Sagarimatsu-cho,' which faces Shirakawa-dori Street and is located about 400 meters east of the station, and 'Ichijoji Takatsuki-cho,' which faces Higashioji-dori Street and is located about 300 meters west of the station.
  711. Currently, the newspaper is generally published twice a month (day 1st issue, day 16th issue; usually 4 pages), and the price is 100 yen per copy.
  712. Currently, the official website of the Maritime Self-Defense Force contains food recipes by each naval vessel, in which foods are grouped into 'Japanese, Western, Chinese, and Curry,' which show that curry is treated as an independent genre.
  713. Currently, the oldest work where the inscription 'Seisuke' can be identified is the standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu which stands in front of Taibai-ji Temple, an ancient temple in Yokokawa, Shimoda City, and there is an inscription of the year 1833.
  714. Currently, the operation is undertaken with only one train set.
  715. Currently, the remains of an elevated bridge of Goshin Line are left in the center of the city.
  716. Currently, the shrine attracts people's faith in hoyoke, the protection for removing calamities related to direction, as it is located in the southwest of Kyoto Gyoen (back demon's gate).
  717. Currently, the son and the heir of the direct line is Takakazu SHIJO, the 42nd generation of the family, born in 1977.
  718. Currently, the source of this water is dry.
  719. Currently, the steeple part is displayed in the 'Independence Hall of Korea' in the suburbs of Cheonan City.
  720. Currently, the street falls under National Road 372.
  721. Currently, the trains of Kitakinki cover the section between Osaka Station and Fukuchiyama Station in approximately one hour and 40 minutes, and they cover the section between Osaka Station and Kinosakionsen Station in about two hours and 40 minutes; the train starts almost every hour, which is more frequent than the express bus service.
  722. Currently, the trend is that forests and trees, such as the sacred trees, or the broad-leaved evergreen trees, such as sakaki, used as yorishiro in rituals are called himorogi worship or himorogi, and worshiping of mountains, rocks, boulders as yorishiro are called iwakura.
  723. Currently, the value of indigo dyeing is again being recognized, and activities to revive the cultivation of indigo plants and indigo dyeing are being implemented.
  724. Currently, there are four undergraduate programs (the Faculty of Art, Faculty of Design, Faculty of Manga and Faculty of Humanities) and two graduate programs (Art Studies and Literature Studies).
  725. Currently, there are many varieties that have been obtained by further improving the original Hattan nishiki.
  726. Currently, there are more than 1,400 public and private Kyudo dojo in Japan, and in some cases temporary dojo are built in gymnasiums, etc., with due attention to safety.
  727. Currently, there are new two versions of the Mobile Food Vendor Vehicles; one, a vehicle outfit with a semi-permanent kitchen fixture unit; two, a kitchen enclosed in a trailer for towing.
  728. Currently, there are simplified versions with five rows of five plus one mari, or ones available in a glass case.
  729. Currently, there are sixteen chokusai-sha shrines, excluding the Chosen-jingu Shrine, which closed when the war ended.
  730. Currently, there are some large statues that are identified as Nihon Sandai Daibutsu: 'the Great Image of Buddha at Takaoka,' 'Hyogo Great Buddha (rebuilt),' 'Nihon-ji Great Buddha,' 'Gifu Great Buddha,' 'Great Buddha of Ushiku,' 'Great Buddha of Tokyo,' 'Great Buddha of Akada' and so on.
  731. Currently, there are two round barrows (referred to "Koboshitsuka") in Ichinobe-Cho, Higashiomi City, Shiga Prefecture.
  732. Currently, there exist several centers for the production of family Buddhist altars and Buddhist altar fittings, including Kyo-butsugu (Buddhist altar fittings produced in Kyoto) which are designated as national traditional industrial arts.
  733. Currently, there is Basho's Watayumi tsuka (monument engraved waka poem) and maintained as a park.
  734. Currently, there is a popular story that says this Nijo Palace was built on the remains of Yoshiaki's Nijo-jo Castle.
  735. Currently, there is a theory that says that the story was written by a different author.
  736. Currently, there is an open Exhibition of the Remaining Works of Itaro YAMAGUCHI, 'Genji Monogatari Emaki' (Tale of Genji Scroll) in Okura Museum of Art in Tokyo City.
  737. Currently, there is another theory that states that although Emperor Kobun wasn't enthroned formally, he put Yamato hime no Okimi (The empress of Emperor Tenchi) on the throne and administered affairs of the nation as the Crown Prince.
  738. Currently, there is no announcement regarding the possible introduction of ICOCA in these sections.
  739. Currently, there is no bus route operating out of Kuinabashi Station.
  740. Currently, there is no legal ritual days in Japan as the Imperial Household Religious Rites Ordinance were abolished on May 2, 1947.
  741. Currently, there is no town prefixed by 'Takano' owing to the following changes.
  742. Currently, there is one platform for getting off and two platforms for getting on (the red and blue platforms, respectively).
  743. Currently, there stands a stone monument with the following inscription: "Near Here, Ruins of The Shiba Clan's Buei Camp and Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA's Mansion."
  744. Currently, these books are distributed to bookstores throughout the country by Miyaobi Publishing Company, also of Kyoto, as the sales agency.
  745. Currently, this Misasagi is identified with a familiar name "Manago yama" (mountain-shaped barrow), that is located in Nishiikejiri-cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture.
  746. Currently, this custom is observed throughout Japan.
  747. Currently, this is the most important place in the temple precincts as byosho (mausoleum) of the founder Enchin and dojo (training hall) of kanjo (a consecration ceremony by pouring water onto the top of monk's head) (a ceremony of Esoteric Buddhism).
  748. Currently, this misasagi is identified with Shibutanimukaiyama-kofun Tomb (large keyhole-shaped tomb mound, 300m in total length) in Shibutani cho, Tenri City, Nara Prefecture.
  749. Currently, this misasagi is identified with a mountain-shaped barrow popularly known as "Hakata no yama," which is located in Mimuro, Gose City, Nara Prefecture.
  750. Currently, this misasagi is identified with the mountain shaped barrow popularly known as "Aneiyama", which is located in Yoshida cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture.
  751. Currently, this misasagi is identified with the round barrow, which was located in Tamade no okanoeno misasagi, Tamade, Oaza, Gose City, Nara Prefecture.
  752. Currently, this process is usually carried out with temperature sixty-two to sixty-eight degrees centigrade.
  753. Currently, this profession is said to be on the verge of extinction because there are few Hokan in Tokyo and only one in Kansai area, and 'party tricks' that have been handed down generations are being lost due to decrease of successors.
  754. Currently, this shrine building is reused as the shrine of the main hall at Seiryu-ji Temple in Kado, Yazu-cho.
  755. Currently, this term is used only in karyukai (world of the geisha).
  756. Currently, this type of train is mainly operated on the Kyoto Main Line during the spring and autumn tourist seasons.
  757. Currently, throughout the world, there are not very many cases where railway stations are functioning as a center of the town or a representative of the town as especially seen in the Tokyo area and Osaka area in Japan.
  758. Currently, tofu is efficiently made from a small number of soybeans due to the mechanized process that has developed with modern industry, and tofu is sold at cheaper prices.
  759. Currently, trips down the Hozu-gawa River by raft (Commercial Rafting) are becoming popular, mainly among the younger generations.
  760. Currently, when a brewery makes an arrangement with a farmer who produces sakamai, they don't contract on the unit of a bag of rice but usually on the basis of the area of the rice field with the unit of one tan in order not to degrade the quality of rice.
  761. Currently, with a decreasing number of travelling stalls it is also sold on the street at the entrance to supermarkets and at convenience stores.
  762. Currently, wooden materials which are easy to get and process have become mainstream.
  763. Currently, yabusame is actively performed in many local areas in Japan as a Shinto ritual, and is a main tourist attraction.
  764. Currently, yobidashi (sumo ushers who announce the names of wrestlers, sweep the ring, and so on) of grand sumo tournaments, sceneshifters of Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) or tekomai (float leading dancers) wear hakama.
  765. Curriculum Vitae
  766. Curry
  767. Curry (Curry in English) is a dish in which vegetables and meat are cooked with several spices.
  768. Curry Katsudon (bowl of rice topped with cutlet with curry)
  769. Curry Udon
  770. Curry Udon is Udon noodles in soup cooked by one of two methods, one is curry-flavored soup made by adding curry powder to the soup broth, and the other is by diluting Japanese style curry with soup broth.
  771. Curry Udon is sometimes cooked by simply pouring curry sauce cooked for "curry and rice" over Udon noodles.
  772. Curry and Rice
  773. Curry and Rice in Korea
  774. Curry and rice
  775. Curry and rice had been commonly called rice curry at first.
  776. Curry and rice had long been treated as Western food in Japan because it was first introduced into Japan as British food.
  777. Curry and rice in Japan today can be largely divided into three groups: European curry based on the curry style introduced into Japan first; curry in authentic Indian restaurants, which have increased rapidly after the 1990s; and original curry that was created based on these two styles.
  778. Curry and rice introduced from India via the UK is supposed to be a typical Western dish, but it is difficult to define so.
  779. Curry and rice is a Japanese food which consists of rice and a curry sauce poured over the rice.
  780. Curry and rice is a practical food which is easy to cook and allows a balanced intake of meat and vegetables, and it is considered to have been imported from British Navy.
  781. Curry and rice is written as '珈竰' (curry) or '?哩' (the same pronunciation).
  782. Curry and rice originates from Indian curry, which was introduced to Japan through England.
  783. Curry and rice with a topping of raw egg, baked in an oven.
  784. Curry and rice with pork cutlet placed on them.
  785. Curry and rice: The originally Indian curry that was brought to Japan via England, but had been transformed into a Japan-specific dish
  786. Curry around the world
  787. Curry bowl
  788. Curry bowl (Curry on rice in a bowl, in which curry is usually thinned with soup stock.)
  789. Curry bread (a deep-fried bread with thickened curry inside)
  790. Curry flavored croquette
  791. Curry in Britain
  792. Curry in India
  793. Curry in Japan
  794. Curry in Southeast Asia
  795. Curry katsudon is the one in which curry is poured over a bowl of rice topped with a cutlet.
  796. Curry namban' is a Soba version of Curry Udon.
  797. Curry nanban
  798. Curry nanban (noodles and pieces of beef or pork in a curry-flavored soup) (curry soba noodles)
  799. Curry powder
  800. Curry powder is composed of mixed spices.
  801. Curry ramen (curry flavored Chinese noodle soup)
  802. Curry rice and rice curry
  803. Curry rice refers to the ones with the rice and the curry sauce served separately.
  804. Curry rice with pork cutlet
  805. Curry sauce
  806. Curry sauce and rice are already mixed when served.
  807. Curry udon or udon curry (thick Japanese wheat noodles with curry soup) and curry kishimen (flat wheat noodles with curry soup)
  808. Curry zoni (curry flavored soup containing rice cakes)
  809. Curry-flavored fried rice.
  810. Curry-flavored omelet
  811. Curse
  812. Curt NETTO (German)
  813. Cushions in the West are different not only as they must have the aforementioned elasticity but they are also used in a different way.
  814. Custard daifuku:
  815. Custodian of books with an estate of 100 koku (hereditary daimyo).
  816. Custom
  817. Custom of carrying cooked food is found worldwide.
  818. Custom-Made Juzu
  819. Custom-made juzu are available at some shops specialized in nenju.
  820. Customarily, he is given the staff of the chief abbot at the time of inauguration.
  821. Customarily, just before the recitation of ohomi uta, koji says "ohomi uta on the theme of -" and every participant except the emperor stands up to listen to that poem.
  822. Customarily, the City Assembly is referred to as Shi-kai instead of Shigi-kai.
  823. Customarily, the final days of the Kamakura bakufu or the Muromachi bakufu are not called 'bakumatsu.'
  824. Customer who came in to a chaya (or ageya) contact kenban to request a geigi.
  825. Customers drew a raffle ticket and received a toy gun with the same number.
  826. Customers enjoy a variety of ramen including dishes offered for a limited time.
  827. Customers needed to demonstrate their financial power by calling many geisha and being generous to them while they entertained him.
  828. Customers take dishes from conveyor belts by themselves and eat them.
  829. Customers wipe their hands and faces with oshibori and put them on 'oshibori trays' on their tables to use them again when their hands or tables get dirty.
  830. Customs
  831. Customs and traditions that accompany the rice harvest culture are thought to run deep.
  832. Customs related to kagami-mochi
  833. Customs related to noshi
  834. Customs similar to utagaki are now observed in the southern part of China, Indochina, the Philippines, and Indonesia.
  835. Customs which are not necessarily fixed, but are relatively common nationwide, include the following.
  836. Cut Japanese radish into 4 cm thick rounds, peel them, and peel a very thin strip from the edges of each slice.
  837. Cut and shape the candy with care, then cut the candy into proper lengths with a kitchen knife.
  838. Cut into small pieces and add them as a spice.
  839. Cut it in sainome (diced) using a spatula (called 'kote' in Osaka and so on) and you can eat it.
  840. Cut off by his father and hounded by creditors, he murders Okichi, the wife of an oil merchant, and flees with stolen money, but is eventually exposed and captured.
  841. Cut off the fins such as dorsal and pectoral fins.
  842. Cut off the head of the fish and remove the internal organs.
  843. Cut off the tip of the pufferfish mouth.
  844. Cut old takuan into 2 to 3 mm thick into round slices, put them in a bowl with water.
  845. Cut or shred green onion, abura-age (deep-fried bean curd), carrot and so on and cook them salty-sweet in another skillet with a soup stock, soy sauce, sugar and sake/mirin (sweet cooking rice wine).
  846. Cut the bamboo into a cylindrical "roller" with a knot left in the middle of it.
  847. Cut the chicken meat (mainly boneless carcass) into the desired size and then sprinkle them with salt and pepper.
  848. Cut the hatcho miso finely with a kitchen knife, dissolve in water, add dried bonito and kombu, and then leave it for three hours.
  849. Cut the roll into four pieces when a kanpyo roll is served and six pieces when a tekka roll is served.
  850. Cutlets are topped with vegetables like carrots, onions, bean sprouts, cabbage, green peppers, etc., stewed, stir-fried or prepared with a thick sauce.
  851. Cutter knife
  852. Cutting a pregnant woman's belly while alive' was a typical tyrant legend commonly known among the intelligentsia of the era, which was even described in ancient Chinese history books; therefore, we are unable to confirm their credibility.
  853. Cutting a single wide groove might have been slightly easier than cutting two grooves.
  854. Cutting at an angle makes the area of the cut end wider to absorb more water, but suffers from the disadvantages of having air bubbles easily inside the stem.
  855. Cutting leaf
  856. Cutting method--How to cut
  857. Cuttings were called 'fragments', and pieces of excellent classical calligraphy and utagire (poem fragments) came into the world.
  858. Cyber Assist; engaged in IT outsourcing services
  859. Cyber campus development project
  860. Cyber campus development project of Doshisha University
  861. Cycad Palm (Kagawa, Myouhouji) 4-sided Folding Screen (originally sliding screens) ? Important Cultural Property
  862. Cycle of the Years
  863. Cylinder (diameter * length): 330 mm * 508 mm
  864. Cylinder-shaped Satsuma-age with burdock root stuffed in the hole.
  865. Cylindrical Haniwa
  866. Cylindrical beads
  867. Cylindrical haniwa (clay images)
  868. Cylindrical haniwa (the middle fourth century to the latter half)
  869. Cylindrical haniwa (unglazed terra-cotta cylinders and hollow sculptures arranged on and around the mounded tombs [kofun]) and keisho haniwa (clay figures in the shape of a human or beast) were unearthed, but it is not known where they were located exactly.
  870. Cylindrical sao is common, but rectangular, hexagonal, and octagonal sao are in existence.
  871. Cyogen, the 7th-generation Kumano Sanzan Kengyo after these predecessors, was a ascetic Buddhist monk; however, he not only had no association with Enjo-ji Temple, but also was from the Shingon Sect line's Ninna-ji Temple.
  872. Czech street stalls sell mulled wine.
  873. Czech translation
  874. C♯/D♭
  875. D
  876. D Ryosen Ichikotsucho tone
  877. D X =>Fourth place
  878. D-egg (Incubation facilities)
  879. D-egg (Incubation facility) was completed.
  880. D51- type (D51 200)
  881. DA-row sounds such as/di/ and/du/ have been affricated and confused with ZA-row sounds such as/zi/ and/zu/.
  882. DAIBI Shozen
  883. DATE Munetada-ko, the lord of Uwajima Domain, wrote the inscription on the gravestone.
  884. DAZAI fought back against SHIGA's attack by writing "Myozegamon," a serialized critical essay.
  885. DAZAI kept publishing many works even in the so-called literary drought under severe censorship during World War II..
  886. DB5L type (DB5L2)
  887. DIAMOND CITY Hana
  888. DIESEL (a casual ware shop)
  889. DLC type (DLC1)
  890. DNA Test
  891. DOKUHON Shogen
  892. DOKUTAN Shokei
  893. DRC House
  894. Da Ming Lu
  895. Dachin-Uma Kasegi
  896. Dachin-uma kasegi refers to an occupation in Japan before modern times that engaged in the transportation of freight and people by carrying them on horseback.
  897. Dachuan Puji gorokushu written by Shuho Myocho
  898. Dada-do Hall's Onihashiri holy demons' flame ceremony (December 26, 1995)
  899. Dadaoshi in Hase-dera Temple
  900. Daebojagyeong Sutra, Volume 32 in Gold Characters
  901. Daemon subordinated Kikunosuke who caused Senju Hime (Lady Senju) to throw herself into the water.
  902. Daewongun had already received information on the powerful countries of Western Europe from the Qing dynasty, so he firmly maintained the policy of national isolation.
  903. Daewongun was seized by the Qing troops, put through a hearing, and confined in Tianjin City.
  904. Dagashi
  905. Dagashi are seen not only dagashiya that carry low priced candy, but also in convenience stores, large shopping malls and supermarkets these days.
  906. Dagashi is confectionery aimed at children that can be bought for a small amount of money, such as pocket money.
  907. Dagashi today
  908. Dagashi was named to mark the contrast with "jogashi", which were snacks of a higher quality, and in the Kansai area dagashi are also called "zatsugashi" (miscellaneous confectionery).
  909. Dagukou Incident between Prussia and Denmark
  910. Dahinien Gendanu (Daxinnieni Geldanu, Uilta [Orok] man)
  911. Dahlman
  912. Dahlman is the chief of Farmless City Police Station.
  913. Dai Ajari (chief abbots of the grand head temple's association of Shingon sect schools)
  914. Dai Juhachi Seiki Furansu Bunka-shi, Shakaishugi Undo-shi (History of French culture and Socialism Movement of the 18th Century), Fuzambo, 1922
  915. Dai Juroku Shidan (16th division) of the Imperial Japanese Army was once located in Fukakusa, and its divisional headquarters were near 5 Chome, Fukakusa-Sujikaibashi.
  916. Dai Juroku Shidan (Sixteenth Division) of the Imperial Japanese Army
  917. Dai Nagoya Ondo (A Folk Song of Big Nagoya for a Dance): In Aichi Prefecture
  918. Dai Nenbutsu-do (housing a Kyogen stage)
  919. Dai Nihon Chado Gakkai (Japan Association of the Tea Ceremony): Sensho TANAKA, the disciple of Ennosai, the thirteenth Urasenke, and later gained the secrets of the Ishida School and returned the teachings
  920. Dai Nihon Yashi (Unofficial History of Japan)
  921. Dai Nihon Yashi is a Japanese history book written in a style of biographical historiography, and covers the 21 Emperors' reigns from Emperor Gokomatsu (Meitoku era) to Emperor Ninko.
  922. Dai Nihonshi
  923. Dai Nihonshi is a Japanese history book.
  924. Dai Nihonshi' was named by TOKUGAWA Tsunaeda, the domain head, in 1715 after the death of Mitsukuni and it was called 'Honcho shiki' or 'Kokushi (Washi)' by contemporary people.
  925. Dai Nippon Butoku kai Martial Arts Teacher Training Institution =>Vocational Bujyutsu (Martial Arts) School =>Vocational Budo (Martial Arts) School
  926. Dai Nippon Butoku-kai aikido
  927. Dai Nippon Printing ? Kyoto Plant
  928. Dai Nippon Seiki (Government Policy of Great Japan) (Shuzo AOKI)
  929. Dai Segaki-e (literally, 'hungry ghosts' feeding rites') in Oku no in - On May 21
  930. Dai Shoya UENO family residence
  931. Dai Tetsuo Jiei Gento Hogo Ge
  932. Dai Tokyo Ondo (A Folk Song of Big Tokyo for a Dance)
  933. Dai is the teaching of Mahayana Buddhism.
  934. Dai koshi (The highest lecturer)
  935. Dai no Saka dance (December 16, 1998; Uonuma City; Dai no Saka no Kai [Group of Dai no Saka Dance])
  936. Dai rokkai Okamoto Taro kinen gendaigeijutsutaishoten (The 6th Exhibition of Taro OKAMOTO Memorial Contemporary Art Award) ' at Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki City (Kanagawa)
  937. Dai tenshu (the large castle tower) was built in 1615.
  938. Dai' is used as a measure to represent sizes of kin butsudan.
  939. Dai, or a theme
  940. Dai-Hanji (highest judge, corresponding to Shorokuinoge) - one person
  941. Dai-Nembutsu (Yuzu-Nembutsu)
  942. Dai-Nembutsu plays are thought to have been first performed at the temple in 1443.
  943. Dai-Nembutsu went on to flourish on the site and it became known as a place of Yuzu-Nembutsu enlightenment.
  944. Dai-Nippon-koku Kenpo Tairyaku Mikomi-sho (Prospective Summary of the Constitution of the country of Great Japan) (Chikuzen Kyoai kai [literally means "the society of the Chikuzen area to share love"])
  945. Dai-Tokibe (highest interrogator, corresponding to Jushichiinoge [Junior Seventh Rank, Lower Grade])
  946. Dai-betto (director general) under the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized governmemt under Ritsuryo code) (the head of directors).
  947. Dai-betto wielded strong power.
  948. Dai-gyoji (大行事) (1 person)
  949. Dai-hannyahatamitsu-kyo Sutra (Also known as Daihannyakyo (Great Perfection of Wisdom Sutra))
  950. Dai-hannyakyo Sutra stored in Tokugen-in Temple
  951. Dai-ichi Sosui (First Canal)
  952. Dai-kagura
  953. Dai-kagura (太神楽) can also be written in Japanese letters as 大神楽 or 代神楽.
  954. Dai-kagura is a kind of kagura performed by jinin (associates of Shinto shrines) of Ise-jingu Shrine and Atsuta-jingu Shrine, who travel around the country to visit various local shrines (kaidan (literally, circuit ritual services)) and distribute talismans, as kamado-harai (purification of cooking ovens) and akuma-barai (expulsion of devils) to be performed on the street of a village.
  955. Dai-kei No. 5
  956. Dai-kodo Hall
  957. Dai-kokyu
  958. Dai-nehan-zu (large Nirvana painting) (Honpo-ji Temple, Kyoto) Important Cultural Property 1599
  959. Dai-nippon-koku E-iri Shinbun' (great Japan illustrated newspaper)
  960. Dai/Sho Shuyaku: Management of the keys, the same position existed in the Finance Ministry and this was not a functional position
  961. Daian-ji Temple
  962. Daian-ji Temple (Nara City)
  963. Daian-ji Temple Ruins
  964. Daian-ji Temple in the Nara period had many historically noted monks, including Bodai Senna from India who served as doshi (Lead Chanter) in the kaigan ceremony (eye-opening) of Great Buddha of Todai-ji Temple.
  965. Daian-ji Temple in the Nara period has many noted monks including Bodai Senna from India, Doji who had studied and stayed in Tang Dynasty of China for 16 years, and other monks who studied in foreign counties or who were naturalized.
  966. Daian-ji Temple played an important role in the ancient Japanese history of Buddhism, but it gradually fell into a decline after the capital was transferred to Heian-kyo (ancient Kyoto).
  967. Daian-ji Temple, located in Nara City, Nara Prefecture, is a Buddhist temple of the Koya-san Shingon Sect.
  968. Daian-ji Temple: One of the seven great temples of Nara, best known for sasazake (hot Japanese sake in a bamboo cup) to prevent senility
  969. Daian-ji Temple: The temple used to be in Asuka and was called 'Daikandai-ji Temple'; it has one pagoda and is regarded as a Yakushi-ji-temple-style without a pagoda in the west.
  970. Daianshin: Shinpai Suru na, Nantoka Naru
  971. Daiban: dishes
  972. Daiben corresponded to Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade, and Chuben corresponded to Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade (Taihorei Kanirei.)
  973. Daibenkan (Major Controller) Jikidaisan HATA no Mahito Yakuni became ill on April 7, 686, and three men were asked to enter the Buddhist priesthood to pray for his illness.
  974. Daibibasharon (Mahavibhasa Sastra): Vol. 23
  975. Daibirushana Jobutsu Jinbenkaji-kyo Sutra (Mahavairocana Sutra)
  976. Daibirushana Jobutsu Jinbenkajikyo (Mahavairocana Sutra), Volume 6
  977. Daibosatsu' is a Buddhist name, and in the background of the growing syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism, Usa Hachiman was regarded as the deity of guarding the country and protecting Buddhism.
  978. Daibu (Master) (Shogoinojo [Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade] to Jushiinoge [Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade])
  979. Daibu (Master) (corresponding to Jushiinoge [Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade]) one member.
  980. Daibu (Master) (equivalent to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade)): One person
  981. Daibu (corresponding to Shogoinoge [Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade] and later Jushiinoge [Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade]) one member.
  982. Daibu (the master) of Settsu Province FUNYA no Chinu and Sadaiben (the controller of the left) OTOMO no Komaro nominated Prince Ikeda (the son of Imperial Prince Toneri, the son of Emperor Tenmu).
  983. Daibuccho Darani
  984. Daibusshi (master of busshi) no taifu (high steward) Hoin (the highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests).
  985. Daibutcho Mandala (Mandala depicts the nine Buddha-peaks with eight encircling great Buddha-peak): Painted in the Heian period, designated as an Important Cultural Property
  986. Daibutsu Kuyo (Offering at the Great Buddha)
  987. Daibutsu Station was abolished.
  988. Daibutsu Station was established.
  989. Daibutsu is a popular name meaning a large statue of the Buddha as a Buddhist image.
  990. Daibutsu kuyo (Dedication ceremony for the Great Buddha) (Konparu school) "Nara-mode"
  991. Daibutsu oban
  992. Daibutsu, a large statue of Buddha
  993. Daibutsu-Oban (huge Buddha statue Oban): it is said that Hideyori TOYOTOMI had them minted in order to reconstruct Daibutsu-den (the Great Buddha hall) of Hoko-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  994. Daibutsu-den (the Great Buddha hall) of Todai-ji Temple
  995. Daibutsu-den Hall of Todai-ji Temple was burnt down during a war, in 1567 of the Sengoku period but in 1684, Kokei started Kanjin (temple solicitation) for the reconstruction of the hall.
  996. Daibutsu-sama Ominugui (wiping of the body of the great Buddha) at Todai-ji Temple (August 7)
  997. Daibutsu-yo (Great Buddha Style)
  998. Daibutsu-yo (also called "Tenjiku-yo" (Indian-style))
  999. Daibutsu-yo Architectural Style
  1000. Daibutsuden Bandai no Ishizue

60001 ~ 61000

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