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  1. Danjiri dance
  2. Danjiri is a type of dashi (float) or danjiri used at shrine festivals.
  3. Danjiri refers to a float dedicated to the deity in a festival.
  4. Danjiri refers to the type of float --- one of the above mentioned --- that appears mainly in festivals of the former Izumi Province, Kawachi Province, and Settsu Province (the present Hyogo and Osaka Prefectures) in the Kinki region.
  5. Danjiri songs
  6. Danjiri-bayashi (music performed in festivals)
  7. Danjiri-bayashi is played by a group consisting of four players who play oyadaiko, two gongs called male gong and female gong and kodaiko (a small drum).
  8. Danjo HEKI is said to be a person of Yamato during the mid Muromachi period (latter half of the 15th century).
  9. Danjo no jo Tatsunari changed his name to Musashi no kami (Governor of Musashi Province) Nobunari.
  10. Danjo performs a beautiful Mie here, such as Mie of single horn, raising up the short sword over his head, or Mie of heron, standing with only left foot and raising up the short sword.
  11. Danjo puts the scroll in his pocket and leaves with a daring smile.
  12. Danjo saw it and also threw away his bow, then Kiyomasa immediately picked up his spear, attacked and defeated his opponent.
  13. Danjo was played by great actors like Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the ninth) and Danzo ICHIKAWA, the seventh in the Meiji period, Koshiro MATSUMOTO (the seventh) before the Second World War, Shoroku ONOE, the second and Kanzaburo NAKAMURA, the seventeenth after the war.
  14. Danjo-shohitsu
  15. Danjodai (Board of Censors)
  16. Danjodai (Board of Censors)(ritsuryo system)- in charge of administrative supervision.
  17. Danjodai (Meiji Period)
  18. Danjodai (under the Ritsuryo system)
  19. Danjodai is as follows.
  20. Danjodai under the Ritsuryo system was a supervision and police agency.
  21. Danjoin
  22. Danjoin (President of the Board of Censors)
  23. Danjonokami (also known as Danjoin) (the head of Danjodai)
  24. Danjonokami (also known as Danjoin) was the head of Danjodai under the ritsuryo legal code system.
  25. Danjuro ICHIKAWA (IV)
  26. Danjuro ICHIKAWA (VI)
  27. Danjuro ICHIKAWA (seventh generation) was the one that played the role of Matsuo, but no head was present when lid was taken off.
  28. Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the ninth)
  29. Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the ninth) (Danjuro "團十郞 [old letter shape], 団十郎 [new letter shape])," (November 29, 1838 - September 13, 1930) was a great kabuki actor in the Meiji period.
  30. Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the ninth) made a lot of changes in staging.
  31. Danjuro ICHIKAWA IX instructs disciples that, technically, this scene should be performed as a 'narration' instead of a dance.
  32. Danjuro ICHIKAWA XI was his elder brother and Shoroku ONOE II was his younger brother.
  33. Danjuro ICHIKAWA of successive generations have been deeply involved with the establishment and transition of "Sukeroku" behind the scenes.
  34. Danjuro IX removed this scene, which is followed by later generations.
  35. Danjuro and Danzo
  36. Danjuro asked Kunichika to draw the same sketch again because the actor liked it very much, but Kunichika refused by saying he would never draw the same thing.
  37. Danjuro bestowed favor on Kanemon FUJIMA the second in spite of Jusuke, and as a result of the aging Jusuke, the Fujima school gradually superseded the Hanayagi school.
  38. Danjuro dedicated to learn another main character, Yoshisada NITTA, asking a scholar to study and reproduce Kacchu (armor and helmet) of Yoshisada, to draw a picture of Yoshisada's tachi nagashi at Inamuragasaki to give his friends.
  39. Danjuro of every generation have expressed the quality with a glaring, a skill of hereditary succession.
  40. Danjuro perfectly matched such complicated character, which exactly fit the intention of the author Joko.
  41. Danjuro the seventh, after selecting Kabuki Juhachi Ban, died in the middle of selecting Shin Kabuki Juhachi Ban covering roles for which he had gained a reputation, and so his fifth son, Danjuro the ninth, completed the selection around 1887.
  42. Danjuro was absorbed in Katsureki-mono (real history things), so dressed up with a sagegami (a wig for an actor of female roles) and a yellowish green haramaki (belly band) and carried a naginata (a long pole with a sharp curving sword).
  43. Danjuro was not good at 'The banquet,' and Danzo was not good at 'Mt. Atago.'
  44. Danjuro was torn to pieces by co-star Sojuro NAKAMURA while author Robun KANAGAKI sarcastically labeled Danjuro's performances as 'Katsureki'.
  45. Danjuro's intention was to cheer up the three actors who had just lost their father Kikugoro ONOUE the Fifth in February.
  46. Danjuro's interpretation of Mitsuhide in this scene was as a feudal warlord and therefore he easily oriented himself to rebellion.
  47. Danka (flower patterns)
  48. Danka soshiki (supporter system of a Buddhist temple)
  49. Dankan and Nyokan
  50. Dankan were general male Kannin who took charge of politics.
  51. Danko ICHIKAWA (not counted in the Danko numerical heritage) - Nenosuke ICHIKAWA - Tomozo ICHIKAWA - Dankuro Ichikawa - Ichiyu ICHIKAWA - Shirogoro SAWAMURA III.
  52. Dankyu (longbow made of bamboo)
  53. Danmari (a term for kabuki)
  54. Danmari (暗闘) is a piece of choreography in Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors).
  55. Danmari-o-kimekomu,' meaning keeping silent, originates in 'danmari' in kabuki, and has been changed into 'danmari' (meaning being silent).
  56. Danmono (numbers that were originally sokyoku)
  57. Danmono (type of koto)
  58. Danna-sama (Patrons)
  59. Danna-sama absorbs several millions to several tens of millions of yen to cover his geigi's kimono, accessories, jewelry and living expenses.
  60. Danna-sama's advantage is that it reflects on his being a 'successful man.'
  61. Danna-sama, however, usually is married having his own family and, hence, there are no particular advantages to speak of.
  62. Dannosuke SHOKAKUYA gathered several manzai-shi at Sanno, Nishinari Ward, which was a convenient place for gathering people in terms of public transportation.
  63. Dannoura Kabutogunki (Akoyakotozeme) (The War Chronicles at Dannoura)
  64. Dannoura kabuto gunki (The War Chronicles at Dannoura)
  65. Dannozuka-kofun Tumulus (present-day Tumulus of the Emperor Jomei): Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture
  66. Danny YAMAMOTO: Third generation.
  67. Danrin
  68. Danrin is usually written as 檀林 but also written as 談林.
  69. Danrin was a training facility for monks in a Buddhist temple, i.e., a school of a Buddhist sect.
  70. Danrin was also called Gakuryo, Gakurin, or Zenrin in some sects.
  71. Danrin was originally an abbreviation of Sendanrin, which means a grove of trees called Sendan, for indicating a temple, but as times went by, Danrin began to indicate a temple for training monks, i.e., a Buddhist school.
  72. Danrin-ha (Danrin school of haiku)
  73. Danrin-ha was a shool of Haikai (seventeen-syllable verse) in the Edo period, which flourished under Soin NISHIYAMA.
  74. Danrin-ji Temple - The third rank
  75. Danrin-ji Temple fell into disrepair over the next four hundred years and Emperor Gosaga (reigned 1242 - 1246) and his son Emperor Kameyama (reigned 1259 - 1274) turned the area into an Imperial villa which they called 'Kameyama-dono Palace.'
  76. Danshaku
  77. Danshaku imo (Baron potato)
  78. Danshaku in Japanese corresponds to Baron in English.
  79. Danshaku potatoes (a type of potato) are perfectly suitable in taste for korokke because this type of potato contains a lot of starch.
  80. Danshi Hyakusho' (Boys Win A Hundred Times) The Mainichi Newspapers, 1980
  81. Danshi TATEKAWA says that rakugo is an affirmation of human "gyo" (conduct), that is, inconsistency.
  82. Danshi TATEKAWA stayed in the Rakugo Kyokai Association during the commotion about the split of the association in 1978.
  83. Danshichi and Sanpu, of "Natsu-matsuri"
  84. Danshichi became angry as 'Hey, you hurt a man's living face...' and Giheiji glared at him as 'Hit, slapped, hit, so what? What about it?'
  85. Danshichi caught up with the palanquin and accused Giheiji, but he had no remorse as 'I was waiting for you to be disgusted.'
  86. Danshichi enters a barber shop.
  87. Danshichi hurriedly follows the palanquin.
  88. Danshichi is not really Danshichi in this scene if the style that everything is fit does not go beautifully (in a sword fight of Nagamachiura).'
  89. Danshichi mistakenly had a chugen (a person in low rank) belonging to a villain named Sagaemon OTORI, die to save Isonojo, the son of Hyodayu TAMASHIMA who was a vassal of the Hamada family in Senshu and his benefactor, from danger and went to prison.
  90. Danshichi played by Enjaku JITSUKAWA (the second) looks up and down in a quarrel with Giheiji, 'There is nothing, no, nothing...'
  91. Danshichi plays somehow a dowdy and oily role, while Tokube plays a slim and sophisticated role.
  92. Danshichi put his hand on his forehead complaining; 'Oh, it hurts … Father, you didn't have to hit like that', and was surprised at the blood.
  93. Danshichi quickly put a stone in his pocket and said that he had thirty ryo (old currency unit) gathered by his friends in Tanomoshi-ko (beneficial association) when he was in jail.
  94. Danshichi threw his body into a pond, washed himself with well water, and disappeared into a crowd of danjiri as 'Though a bad guy, still a father-in-law is a father, Father, I'm sorry.'
  95. Danshichi tried to be stoic as much as possible.
  96. Danshichi unwillingly put his hand on his sword.
  97. Danshichi was a homeless waif in his boyhood, picked up by Giheiji MIKAWAYA, married Giheiji's daughter Okaji, had one child, and became a fish vendor called Bote-furi (vending with calling to customers) (peddler) in Senshu Sakai.
  98. Danshichi was happy saying that 'I owe this to Ofudosama of my faith, and thank you very much, Mr. Hyodayu, I will protect Mr. Isonojo at the risk of my life', then Sabu called him, celebrated the reunion, and gave him a new kimono.
  99. Danshiro
  100. Danshiro ICHIKAWA (the fourth) and Yajuro BANDO are good at it recently.
  101. Danshiro ICHIKAWA (the second)
  102. Danshiro, offended at her attitude, hid one of the ten poison-neutralizing plates of the family treasure which were committed to Okiku's management and worthless unless all the plates were completely reserved, on purpose to blame her, and he finally strangled her to death and dumped her body in an old unused well.
  103. Danstan
  104. Danstan is modeled on the author Stan LEE himself.
  105. Danstan is the creator of Karakuri-doji robots.
  106. Danton-Making use of a male.
  107. Danzaemon
  108. Danzaemon Chikafusa (also called Shubo)
  109. Danzaemon Shudo (集道) (until 1640)
  110. Danzaemon Shueki (集益) (1775-1790)
  111. Danzaemon Shuho (集保) (later Naoki DAN) (1840-1868)
  112. Danzaemon Shuji (集司) (later Jo Dan) (1829-1840)
  113. Danzaemon Shukai (集開) (until 1617)
  114. Danzaemon Shumin (集民) (1822-1828)
  115. Danzaemon Shuren (集蓮) (Joren) (until 1669)
  116. Danzaemon Shurin (集林) (1793-1804)
  117. Danzaemon Shusei (集誓) (Josei)(1669-1709)
  118. Danzaemon Shuson (集村) (1709-1748)
  119. Danzaemon Shuwa (集和) (1804-1821)
  120. Danzaemon Shuyu(集囿) (1748-1775)
  121. Danzaemon was given the authority to rule over the hinin, geinomin (entertainers without permanent residence), some craftsmen and keiseiya (brothels) (according to a bogus document, "History of Danzaemon").
  122. Danzaemon, the 13th, who played an active role at the end of bakufu was raised from the outcaste hisabetsumin to the common citizen along with his 65 subordinates in January 1868 for his distinguished cooperation for the bakufu in the Choshu Conquest and the Battle of Toba and Fushimi.
  123. Danzo KATO (also called Tobi KATO, which means flying KATO, or kite KATO), the Sengoku period
  124. Danzo especially had complete confidence in his performance of Mitsuhide, and deliberately challenged Danjuro by performing Mitsuhide at the same time as he.
  125. Dao JIA
  126. Dao Siao Bing (刀削冰, knife shaved ice): Another type of shaved ice in Taiwan
  127. Dao Tien ethnic group
  128. Dao-chuo
  129. Dao-chuo (Doshaku) was a Chinese monk Chinese Jodo (Pure Land) sect in the Tang.
  130. Daolong LANXI (Doryu RANKEI in Japanese)
  131. Daoxuan, who later played an active role in the period of the Tang Dynasty of China, wrote "Shibunritsu Gyojisho" (the "Ceremonies" Section of the Four-fold Vinaya) based on tradition handed down from India and therein discussed nursing the sick and seeing him or her through to the end.
  132. Daoyi MAZU and the other disciples.
  133. Dappan (Leaving the Domain)
  134. Darasuke for a small enemy role with a sarcastic and slavish expression
  135. Dare I say that there will be a war in the near future.'
  136. Darin Satoshi MAKI
  137. Dark colors are used for ryofuku because bright colors stir cormorants' fear.
  138. Dark green stains sometimes found on the surface of tarako are bile.
  139. Dark red color has strong permeability, and is difficult to paint with, requiring experience and skill.
  140. Dark suo is dark reddish purple, normal suo is pink verging on brilliant reddish purple, and light suo is purplish pink.
  141. Dark-brown miso paste is usually used.
  142. Dark-colored soy sauce was developed in the Edo period, which caused 'Oden' boiled and seasoned in soy sauce-flavored thick soup stock to be made in Edo.
  143. Darkness descended upon Takamagahara and Ashihara no Nakatsukuni (another world for the country or the location of Japan), and various kinds of maga (evil) occurred.
  144. Darkness in May, lights in the mountain peaks look like stars behind the clouds (Senzai wakashu)
  145. Darkness in the night in the period in which samidare falls is called satsukiyami (literally, darkness in May).
  146. Daruma
  147. Daruma (Bodhidharma) is regarded as the founder of Zen.
  148. Daruma (Daruma Doll)
  149. Daruma (Daruma finance minister/Daruma prime minister)
  150. Daruma Bento (Lunch Box)
  151. Daruma Otoshi
  152. Daruma admitted Shinko and gave Shinko a new name, Eka.
  153. Daruma doll
  154. Daruma doll (Daruma fair)
  155. Daruma dolls are different in size, shape, color, and material, depending on areas where they are produced, and are often known by the name of where they are produced.
  156. Daruma dolls are displayed on the top to stand out most.
  157. Daruma dolls are usually made of papier-m?ch? and the eyes are left blank on purpose when sold.
  158. Daruma dolls should be burned in the bonfire ?
  159. Daruma fairs, where Daruma dolls are sold, are held in various places every year.
  160. Daruma is a nickname for Suntory Old Whiskey, one kind of whiskey the Suntory company has produced.
  161. Daruma is also called 'Dharma' (written as ダーマ).
  162. Daruma means 'law' in Sanskrit.
  163. Daruma of Shirakawa Daruma Market is said to be derived from a picture painted by Buncho.
  164. Daruma stove (pot-bellied wood stove)
  165. Daruma was born as the third prince in a kingdom in South India and worked as a Buddhist priest in China.
  166. Daruma woman (a woman without arms and legs) or those who live in the inland of China and do everything well even with no arms and legs.
  167. Daruma-dolls are still popular today as lucky objects.
  168. Daruma-ichi (Daruma fair)
  169. Daruma-ichi festival
  170. Daruma-ji Temple (Oji Machi, Kita-katsuragi County)
  171. Daruma-ji Temple is a temple of the Nanzen-ji school of the Rinzai sect of Buddhism, located in Oji-machi, Kita-katsuragi County, Nara Prefecture.
  172. Daruma-ji Temple was constructed at the site of the man's grave in Oji-cho, Kitakaturagi County.
  173. Daruma-san ga koronda (The Bodhidharm fell down)
  174. Daruma-san ga koronda is a kind of children culture.
  175. Daruma-zu (Kogaku-ji Temple, Yamanashi)
  176. Daruma-zu (Kogaku-ji Temple, Yamanashi, national treasure) - painted by the touch of Suiboku-ga in spite of colors on clothes of Dharma.
  177. Darumazu (Paintings of Daruma)
  178. Darumouse (a compound word of Daruma and mouse)
  179. Das doppelte Lottchen (ふたりのロッテ): September 22 to October 3
  180. Dasei-sekki is considered to be the earliest tools used by human beings like Australopithecus according to one theory.
  181. Dashi
  182. Dashi (float)
  183. Dashi (soup stock): basic seasoning used in many dishes.
  184. Dashi Broth (local dish)
  185. Dashi Toro of Nebuta Festival
  186. Dashi are usually moved by human power, but some are equipped with engines and steering wheels which can be driven like an automobile.
  187. Dashi became widely known in Japan since Daniel Kahl, an American entertainer who lives in Yamagata Prefecture, introduced it on a TV program, 'Kyo-no-Ryori' (today's dish), of NHK National Educational Television of Japan Broadcasting Corporation.
  188. Dashi is a float used in a procession during a festival.
  189. Dashi is a local dish originated from the inland region of Yamagata Prefecture.
  190. Dashi is broadly divided into two: Hikidashi (a decorated float pulled by hand) and Kakidashi (a decorated float shouldered by people); Hikidashi can also be sashiage.
  191. Dashi karakuri
  192. Dashi karakuri (karakuri placed on a parade float) in Takayama Festival is famous.
  193. Dashi usually have four wheels, but some may have additional wheels.
  194. Dashi-maki Tamago
  195. Dashi-maki Tamago is a kind of an omelet (a Japanese style omelet) and a dish of fried beaten eggs mixed with dashi broth soup.
  196. Dasoku SOGA, Shokei and Zokyu GAKUO are famous but their lives are less-obvious.
  197. Data
  198. Data for Tohaku HASEGAWA
  199. Data for the Preservation District for Groups of Historic Buildings
  200. Data of Preservation District for Groups of Historic Buildings
  201. Data of the line
  202. Data on Hashiba's and Akechi's troops
  203. Data on the line
  204. Database
  205. Datang-Sancang Xuanzang-Fashi Biaoqi
  206. Datara' of Ippon datara may have come from Tatara-buki (blacksmith).
  207. Date
  208. Date (Seal of the Cabinet)
  209. Date (dandy) wide sightseeing area: 'Travel with stay in slow life and dandy time'
  210. Date = Chinese calendar
  211. Date = old lunar calendar
  212. Date Mimasaka no kami (Date the Governor of Mimasaka Province)
  213. Date Sakyo no daibu (Date the Master of the Eastern Capital Offices)
  214. Date Sodo, the theme of this play, is a dispute that arose among the Date family from 1660 to 1671, during the Manji and Kanbun eras.
  215. Date according to old lunar calendar
  216. Date according to old lunar calendar.
  217. Date and Anecdote of the Battle of Matsukawa
  218. Date and place of birth.
  219. Date and place of death.
  220. Date and place of demise.
  221. Date and place of hogyo (demise).
  222. Date before the Meiji period according to old lunar calendar.
  223. Date clan: Sendai Domain - Uwajima Domain
  224. Date for holding the ceremony
  225. Date gazetted: August 13, 2007
  226. Date gazetted: December 5, 2005
  227. Date is unclear: He was allowed Genjo (allowing the access to the imperial court again).
  228. Date is unclear: He was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and remained in the same position of Sakonoe no shosho.
  229. Date no Ippon-jime
  230. Date of 1, 11, and 21 every month: Shun-sai Festival (a Shinto ceremony to pray for the nation's peace and security)
  231. Date of Completion
  232. Date of Daijo-sai festival (a festival to celebrate the succession of an emperor).
  233. Date of Designation as a National Treasure: June 9, 1951
  234. Date of Enthronement
  235. Date of Imperial funeral and the place and name of Mausoleum.
  236. Date of Taikon (Marriage of the Emperor) and the name of Empress.
  237. Date of ascending to the throne.
  238. Date of bathing memorial service: June 13 (Open to support members only. For membership, please contact Hokke-ji Temple).
  239. Date of birth and place of origin
  240. Date of birth unknown ? 1757: he was also famous as the originator of tsume shogi (tume shogi problems).
  241. Date of birth unknown-1736
  242. Date of coming-of-age ceremony.
  243. Date of coming-of-age.
  244. Date of creation and the artist
  245. Date of cutting
  246. Date of designation: July 1, 1963
  247. Date of designation: March 7, 1944.
  248. Date of designation: May 21, 1979
  249. Date of designation: May 21, 1979 (exclusive of interior other than stairs)
  250. Date of designation: May 21, 1979 (exclusive of interior)
  251. Date of funeral and the place of tomb.
  252. Date of head shrine's reisai
  253. Date of imperial marriage.
  254. Date of marriage and the name of spouse.
  255. Date of naming.
  256. Date of notice through official gazette: August 13, 2007
  257. Date of notice through official gazette: December 5, 2005
  258. Date of notice through official gazette: March 23, 2006
  259. Date of official notice: August 13, 2007
  260. Date of official notice: December 5, 2005
  261. Date of official notice: March 23, 2006
  262. Date of record on the original registration book: July 31, 2007
  263. Date of record on the original registration book: March 2, 2006
  264. Date of record on the original registration book: November 10, 2005
  265. Date of registration: July 31, 2007
  266. Date of registration: March 2, 2006
  267. Date of registration: November 10, 2005
  268. Date of taiso (Imperial funeral) and the place and name of Mausoleum.
  269. Date of the enthronement ceremony.
  270. Date of transcription by handwriting
  271. Date unknown - Appointed Mandokoro betto (Government steward)
  272. Date unknown in 1857: Appointed as Oribe no kami (retained his position as Mutsu no kami)
  273. Date unknown, conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  274. Date unknown, he resigned Gon no chunagon.
  275. Date unknown, he resigned Settsu gonno kami and appointed as Iyo gonno kami (Senior Provincial Governor of Iyo) concurrently.
  276. Date unknown, he resigned Ume no kami.
  277. Date unknown, he was transferred to Mino no kami (governor of Mino Province).
  278. Date unknown, transferred to Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  279. Date unknown: He was appointed to Shikibu shojo (Junior Secretary of the Ministry of Ceremonial).
  280. Date unknown: He was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade).
  281. Date unknown: He was transferred to Kozuke no suke (Assistant Governor of Kozuke Province).
  282. Date unknown: He was transferred to Sagami no kami (the governor of Sagami Province).
  283. Date unknown: Resigned from the post of Mutsu Dewa Azechi.
  284. Date unknown: Transferred to the post of Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  285. Date unknown: resigned from the post of Gon Chunagon
  286. Date used is based on lunar calendar.
  287. Date, and day of the week
  288. Date-maki (sweet egg omelet made from eggs, hanpen (marshmallow-like fish cake) and sugar)
  289. Date-maki is indispensable because of its gorgeous appearance.
  290. Date: June 27, 10:00 AM
  291. Date: according to the Gregorian calendar
  292. Date: old lunar calendar
  293. Date=Lunar calendar
  294. Date=Old calendar Graveyard: Choho-ji Temple, Keitoku-san in Kainan City, Wakayama Prefecture
  295. Dated September 5 (in the old calendar), the third letter starts with "Kotsukei Shorei."
  296. Dated on September 11 (in the old calendar), the first letter starts with 'Fushinunsho.'
  297. Dated on September 13 (in the old calendar), the second letter starts with "Kotsuhi Osho."
  298. Dated the same day, Hidetada TOKUGAWA was also appointed to Jiju (a chamberlain), with the name of Hidetada TOYOTOMI.
  299. Datehyogo
  300. Datehyogo (Late Edo Period; Worn by yujo)
  301. Datehyogo can be seen in the hairdo of courtesans in some kabuki plays such as Miuraya Agemaki in "Sukeroku" or Akoya in "Dannoura kabuto gunki" (The War Chronicles at Dannoura).
  302. Datehyogo is a magnificently glamorous hairstyle which matches the prestige of oiran.
  303. Datehyogo is made by swelling a bun of "takashimada" (a kind of chignon) widely to both sides and then putting six hair picks shaped like a pine or a Japanese harp, two picks with a big coral ball, and three tortoise combs in the bun.
  304. Datemaki
  305. Datemaki is a kind of egg dish.
  306. Datemaki is in many aspects similar to Castella in cooking method, and resembles Atsuyakitamago (a thick omelet) in that they are both made from minced fish.
  307. Dates = by the old calendar
  308. Dates according to old lunar calendar
  309. Dates and months are in the old calendar.
  310. Dates are according to the lunar calendar
  311. Dates are according to the lunar calendar.
  312. Dates are by old calendar
  313. Dates are by the old calendar
  314. Dates are by the old calendar.
  315. Dates are described according to the old calendar until the fourth year of the Meiji period.
  316. Dates are expressed under the Senmyo calendar (a variation of the old lunar calendar, that was created in ancient China), except for the dates of his birth and death, in order to ensure consistency with descriptions in the concerned documents.
  317. Dates are in the lunar calendar until the 3rd year of Meiji.
  318. Dates are in the lunar calendar.
  319. Dates are in the old calendar.
  320. Dates are in the old lunar calendar.
  321. Dates are lunar calendar.
  322. Dates are of the old lunar calendar
  323. Dates are written in the form of the old lunar calendar.
  324. Dates come from the sources.
  325. Dates described below follow the chronology of Nihonshoki for expediency.
  326. Dates follow the lunar calendar.
  327. Dates from the Kamakura period.
  328. Dates mentioned are those used in a source, Senmyo reki (a variation of the lunar calendar created in ancient China) was in use at that time.
  329. Dates of Birth and Death
  330. Dates of birth and death are unknown.
  331. Dates of birth and death unknown.
  332. Dates of birth and death, and place of origin are unknown.
  333. Dates shown are based on the lunar calendar.
  334. Dates unknown: he was appointed as Sahyoe no suke, Ushosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Harima no kami (governor of Harima Province) and so on.
  335. Dates used here are based on the lunar calendar.
  336. Dates written according to the old lunar calendar.
  337. Dates: Lunar calendar
  338. Dates=old calendar
  339. Dating back to the middle of the Jomon period, from B.C. 3000 to B.C. 2000, the remains believed to be the trace of large-scale hottate bashira have been excavated at the Sannai-Maruyama site.
  340. Dating from the Chinese Southern Song Dynasty.
  341. Datotsu
  342. Datotsu refers to a technique in Kendo (Japanese art of fencing.)
  343. Datsu Issaishujo Shoke (Sarvasattvojohari) or Robber of the Vital Spirit of All Living Beings
  344. Datsu means Gedatsu (liberation from desires).
  345. Datsu-A Ron (Argument for Leaving Asia)
  346. Datsu-A Ron was an an editorial published in the Japanese newspaper 'Jiji Shinpo' on March 16, 1885.
  347. Datsu-A Ron' was contained again in "Fukuzawa Yukichi Zensyu Vol.10" (The Complete Works of Yukichi FUKUZAWA) (published by Iwanami Shoten) edited by Masafumi TOMITA and Shunichi TSUCHIHASHI in June, 1960.
  348. Datsu:
  349. Datsua Nyuo (Leave Asia, enter Europe)
  350. Datsua Nyuo (Leave Asia, enter Europe) is a Japanese slogan or thought that 'Japan should get out of Asia which belongs to the Third World, and catch up with European powers.'
  351. Datsua-shiso thought (thought of leaving Asia)
  352. Datsua-shiso thought is a concept mainly advocated by Yukichi FUKUZAWA, which encourages an abolishment of Confucianism and a departure from Sinocentrism.
  353. Datsuaron' (a editorial for urging to leave Asia) is thought to be written by Yukichi FUKUZAWA, and it is said that FUKUZAWA wrote this editorial based on the thought of 'Leave Asia, enter Europe.'
  354. Datsuryoku' is the condition for exercising aiki and breath power.
  355. Dattan no gyoho is done during Shushi saho of goya for three days after March 12.
  356. Datto SHIBA
  357. Datto SHIBA (may be known as Tachito SHIBA, Shiba no Tachito, Tachito SHIME, the date of birth and death unknown) was a person who seems to have come from the Korean Peninsula around the sixth century.
  358. Datto SHIBA (the grandfather of KURATSUKURI no Tori), who was considered to have come to Japan in 522, was a good example.
  359. Daubutsu-yo is one of the traditional temple architectural styles in Japan.
  360. Daughter
  361. Daughter (Hidenaga's daughter, Hidemoto MORI's wife)
  362. Daughter (Hidenaga's daughter, Hideyasu TOYOTOMI's wife)
  363. Daughter of FUJIWARA no Suezane
  364. Daughter of FUJIWARA no Toshinari
  365. Daughter of FUJIWARA no Toshinari (Shunzei)
  366. Daughter of Governor Hashiba of Shimousa Province, passed away on March 1, 1605.
  367. Daughter of MINAMOTO no Masanaga
  368. Daughter of Sadakatsu MURAI
  369. Daughter of Shigefusa HARA, the lord of Itahana-jo Castle in Kozuke Province
  370. Daughter of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank) Hyoefu (Headquarters of the Middle Palace Guards) KI no Natora.
  371. Daughter of Yahei HORIBE
  372. Daughter of Yazaemon
  373. Daughter, Oyuki …… Kikunosuke ONOE (Second)
  374. Daughter: A lawful wife of Yoshitoshi SO, whose Christian name was Maria
  375. Daughter: Nunoshi Irihime no Hime Miko (布忍入姫命)
  376. Daughter: Sawako (the wife of Duke Iwao OYAMA)
  377. Daughter: Tatsuhime - She was adopted by Kodaiin.
  378. Daughter: Unknown - She became a wife of Shigemasa OKA, who was a retainer of the Gamo clan.
  379. Daughter: Unknown - She married a certain Yamada who was a retainer of Ishida.
  380. Daughter: a wife of Senior Secretary, Morokado NAKAHARA
  381. Daughters
  382. Daughters of high-ranking officials in the Heian court easily had hair longer than at least two meters.
  383. Daughters of the oldest daughter and the second daughter married to MINAMOTO no Noriyori and MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, respectively, who were both half brothers with different mothers of Yoritomo.
  384. Daughters with Toshikatsu HISAMATSU
  385. David LAITY imitated the picture in the same English title, The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife.
  386. David MURRAY (American, 1830 - 1905)
  387. Davis Memorial Auditorium
  388. Dawn Moon': an ajari (holy teacher)
  389. Dawn Moon's death.
  390. Dawn and goraiko (sunrise)
  391. Dawn comes and when the abbot regains his sanity, he is dumbfounded to see the Zen master sitting right where he was sitting.
  392. Dawn is approaching, and the old man greets him and vanishes.
  393. Dawn or sunset is defined as the very moment when the top edge of the sun is aligned with the horizon
  394. Dawn succeeded the night in an eerie atmosphere, and the maids were bewildered by Asaji who became insane.
  395. Daxi (大渓) Butokuden (Daxi, Taoyuan County)
  396. Day Pass: Adult 3000 yen, Child 2700 yen, Discount for middle school students or younger and group admission.
  397. Day after day had passed in vague uneasiness, but now we approached the Barrier at Shirakawa, and, for the first time, I felt that our journey had truly begun.'
  398. Day of the Kinen-sai festival
  399. Day of the castle
  400. Day-care Center - Senzoku - Welfare Center Front - Sinbashi - Miwa Apartment - Kozasa
  401. Day-care center for children (day-care facilities for children)
  402. Daye Luli
  403. Days Closed
  404. Days Out of Service
  405. Days and hours of business operation
  406. Days as Honinbo Shusai
  407. Days as a Buddhist monk
  408. Days as a student at Tekijuku (Osaka)
  409. Days as a vassal of Hashiba (Toyotomi)
  410. Days at Nikkatsu Taishogun movie studio
  411. Days at Nikkatsu Uzumasa movie studio
  412. Days at Shin eigasha (New Film Company) and Shinko Cinema
  413. Days at Toride Co.
  414. Days at Toro-sha and Eiga Geijutsu Kyokai
  415. Days closed
  416. Days in Shochiku Cinema
  417. Days in the Imperial family
  418. Days in the peerage
  419. Days of unemployment and in Nikkatsu Mukojima Studios
  420. Days related to Shinto or Buddhist deities such as their births, manifestations and oaths have been selected for ennichi, and religious or memorial services are held on these days.
  421. Daytime long-distance operations of express buses cannot compete with Shinkansen in speed and in punctual operations, even though the fares are considerably cheaper.
  422. Daytime population and night-time population by prefecture (from the 2005 national census)
  423. Dazai Gonnosochi
  424. Dazai Gonnosochi or Daini was selected from the retainers of the appointee and dispatched as de facto governor (Gonnosochi was dispatched for the appointee at the rank of Chunagon, and Daini was dispatched for the rank of Sangi).
  425. Dazai Gonnosochi was the Provisional Governor General of Daziafu in Kyushu.
  426. Dazai Korokan
  427. Dazai Onmyoji 758 to 764.
  428. Dazai Onmyoji 833.
  429. Dazai no Daigen (Senior Inspector of Dazai-fu) Taneo HARADA was his father; his wife was an adopted daughter of Naidaijin (Minister of the Interior) TAIRA no Shigemori (his uncle TAIRA no Iemori's daughter).
  430. Dazai no daini (Senior Assistant Governor General of the Dazai-fu): 6 ha
  431. Dazai no shoni (Junior Assistant Governor General of the Dazai-fu): 4 ha
  432. Dazai no sochi (also known as Dazai no sotsu) (Head of Dazaifu)
  433. Dazai no sochi (the chief of Dazai-fu [local government office in Kyushu region]): 20 ha
  434. Dazai no sochi was regarded as the head of Dazaifu, but as there was a convention to appoint the Imperial family members to the position after the Konin era, the virtual control was held by Dazai Gonnosochi.
  435. Dazai no sochi was the head of Dazaifu.
  436. Dazai-fu (618-695 in the city in Yamato) is the capital of the Kyushu dynasty, and it is the oldest city developed adopting Shijin-soo of Feng Shui (geomancy).
  437. Dazai-fu (Wakyo)
  438. Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region)
  439. Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region) is considered to have played a major role in this transfer of culture from Tang.
  440. Dazai-fu Museum
  441. Dazai-fu Shiminseicho Festival (a festival held at the ruin of Dazai-fu governmental office) (October)
  442. Dazai-fu forest
  443. Dazai-fu was a local administrative agency established in Chikuzen Province in the late seventh century
  444. Dazai-fu was abolished for several years due to this, and during that period, the administrative function of Dazai-fu was administered by Chikuzen Kokushi (the provincial governor of Chikuzen Province) and the military function was administered by the newly established Chinzei-fu.
  445. Dazai-fu-tenmangu Shrine Autumn Festival (September 10 in the old lunar calendar)
  446. Dazaifu Tenman-gu Shrine (Dazaifu City, Fukuoka Prefecture)
  447. Dazaifu Tenman-gu Shrine: 1.93 million
  448. Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine, Kitano Tenmangu Shrine, and Osaka Tenmangu Shrine are referred to as the Three Great Tenjins of Japan.
  449. Dazaifu was headed by the Governor General, Dazai no sochi, and the Provisional Governor General, Dazai Gonnosochi.
  450. Dazaifu was the general headquarters of the Imperial Western Defense army and controlled over the military power in the Kyushu area.
  451. Dazaifu-tenmangu Shrine receives not only many visitors from all over the country during the New Year and the examination season but also numerous requests to pray by post and fax.
  452. Dazaifu: Authority for defense and diplomacy of Japan with jurisdiction over Kyushu, Iki and Tsushima from ancient times to the period of the Ritsuryo system's (criminal, administrative and civil codes) Japan.
  453. De La Salle University
  454. De Rijke gradually lost his place to exhibit his skills; however, he fulfilled his responsibilities after the imperial appointment as technical adviser of the Department of the Interior
  455. De ochi
  456. De-koshi
  457. Deacon: Taigaku SATO
  458. Dead body
  459. Dead fetuses.
  460. Dead people are dressed in Shiro Shozoku, too.
  461. Deadhead trains
  462. Deadheading of model 260 cars
  463. Deadline for reporting graduation thesis titles (Faculty of Letters), graduation research titles (Junior College) and master's thesis titles (Graduate School)
  464. Deadline for submittal of graduate thesis (Faculty of Letters)
  465. Deadline for submittal of graduation research (Junior College Department of Early Childhood Education)
  466. Deadline for submittal of master's thesis (Graduate School)
  467. Dean CAIN
  468. Dean Konishi was forced to resign and with the appointment of Motooki MATSUI as dean (D.Sc., later Ritsumeikan University dean), the incident quickly headed towards a conclusion.
  469. Dean Matsui accepted the resignation of six professors, Takigawa, Soichi SASAKI (later Ritsumeikan University dean), Hideo MIYAMOTO, Shigeji MORIGUCHI, Hiroshi SUEKAWA (later Risumeikan University dean) and Hidenaga MIYAMOTO, and rejected the resignation of all others.
  470. Dear fellow believers:
  471. Death
  472. Death (kurofujo, or black impurity), menstrual blood (akafujo, or red impurity), and childbirth (shirofujo, or white impurity) had been considered to be impurities hated by deities and had been avoided.
  473. Death March of Hakkoda Mountains Incident
  474. Death March of Hakkoda Mountains Incident was the incident in which the fifth Infantry Regiment of the eighth Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) division was stranded while on a training exercise on the Hakkoda-san Mountain.
  475. Death Poem
  476. Death by alcohol contained in yeast itself
  477. Death due to a natural cause, such as succumbing to old age and particularly multiple organ failure due to old age, is often referred to as a peaceful death.
  478. Death from cutting the abdomen alone requires a long duration of time, during which the seppukunin would have to endure terrible agony, so it was usual practice that the kaishakunin would carry out his duty as soon as seppuku had been committed.
  479. Death from drowning theory
  480. Death haiku
  481. Death haiku (Japanese poem)
  482. Death of ANDO
  483. Death of Emperor Jimmu
  484. Death of Emperor Jomei
  485. Death of Emperor Monmu at age of 25; Empress Genmei accedes to throne
  486. Death of Emperor Tenji
  487. Death of Emperor Yomei
  488. Death of Empress Suiko
  489. Death of Gojong
  490. Death of Kenshunmonin
  491. Death of Matsubara
  492. Death of Michitsune
  493. Death of Morichika
  494. Death of Toshizo Hijikata
  495. Death of Yoshihira
  496. Death poem
  497. Death poems
  498. Death sentence
  499. Death was depicted in classical rakugo (classical comic story-telling), and therefore, it can be misunderstood as a Japanese yokai or god.
  500. Death was the sentence levied for three escapes.
  501. Debacle of the Kenmu Government and Establishment of the Northern Court
  502. Debana: Green tea as well as Agari, but especially referring to green tea served first
  503. Debatable issues
  504. Debate on the Nanbokucho Period after World War II
  505. Debate over his date of birth
  506. Debate over place of birth
  507. Debate over the date and place of Soun's birth
  508. Debate regarding its effectiveness as an 'art of self-defense'
  509. Debates about Yamatai
  510. Debates at the Diet slowed down and the citizens protested because: the Kuroda administration failed to break the minto apart and revised the treaty; the first Yamagata administration had their budget approved by bribing the minto; and the first Matsukata administration interfered with the election.
  511. Debayashi (Kabuki)
  512. Debayashi (background music played when a storyteller appears on stage), kimono (Japanese traditional clothing worn by a storyteller), zabuton (a traditional square floor cushion for sitting on), koza (the stage that a storyteller goes onto) and mekuri (paper cards stitched together and stood up on stage, the name of a storyteller written on each card) are all additional components of the rakugo stage.
  513. Debayashi (music played at performer's appearance) and geza ongaku (music played in stage right): Debayashi and geza ongaku are played in rakugo, but not in kodan.
  514. Debayashi is a kind of kabuki music played on a stage by performers.
  515. Debayashi: The music played when a rakugo storyteller or manzai storytellers come up to a koza
  516. Debit cards
  517. Debit cards are only accepted in some of the taxies that have a credit card terminal, but its penetration rate is still low and they may not be accepted depending on the hours.
  518. Debt cancellations were claimed to be executed 'on the part of authorities.'
  519. Debts from these mega-productions combined with the collapse of Japan's economic bubble resulted in cumulative losses not only for Daiei but for the entire Tokuma Shoten Group as well.
  520. Debts of former domains
  521. Debut of Rokuhei SUSUKITA
  522. Debuted at the age of three as kokata (a child's role in a Noh drama) in 'Kurama Tengu' (an imaginary hero in Japanese period dramas and novels, literally, a long-nosed goblin that was believed to live in Mt. Kurama.)
  523. Decchi (apprentice)
  524. Decchi Yokan
  525. Decchi covered a wide range of work including a lot of physical labor such as carrying things from and to a warehouse other than the work mentioned above.
  526. Decchi is a system of training future shopkeepers which was common from the Edo period to the end of the Second World War.
  527. December
  528. December 1
  529. December 1, 1816: He was removed from the position of roju.
  530. December 1, 1903: Shimosaga Village became part of Saga Village
  531. December 1, 1910
  532. December 1, 1918: Shiokoji Station discontinued the passenger service.
  533. December 1, 1925: Today's JRA Kyoto Race Course opened.
  534. December 1, 1926: The construction of the line between Takatsuki-cho and Shimamoto-mura was started.
  535. December 1, 1927: A railway line dedicated for use by the Kyoto central wholesale market went into operation.
  536. December 1, 1927: Kurama Denki Tetsudo (Kurama Electric Railway) was established as a subsidiary company of an electric power corporation Kyoto Dento.
  537. December 1, 1927: Kurama Denki Tetsudo was established as a subsidiary company of an electric power corporation Kyoto Dento, and inaugurated services on December 1, 1928.
  538. December 1, 1928: Kurama Electric Railway started running trains between Yamahata Station (present Takaragaike Station) and Ichihara Station.
  539. December 1, 1928: Kurama Electric Railway started running trains on what is now the Kurama Line, between Yamahata Station (present Takaragaike Station) and Ichihara Station.
  540. December 1, 1928: The Kurama Electric Railway opened the line between Yamabana and Ichihara, thus becoming a transfer station.
  541. December 1, 1928: The company inaugurated services for the section (5.3 kilometer) between Yamabana (current Takaragaike) and Ichihara.
  542. December 1, 1928: The station opened as a station owned by the Kurama Electric Railway.
  543. December 1, 1928: The station opened under the ownership of the Kurama Electric Railway.
  544. December 1, 1933: Aodani-Bairin temporary train station was upgraded to Yamashiro-Aodani Station.
  545. December 1, 1944: The Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., merged the Eiheiji Railway and the Maruoka Railway.
  546. December 1, 1949: Consequent upon the company's disposal of assets, the station came under control of Keihan Electric Railway.
  547. December 1, 1949: Control of Sanjo Station returned to Keihan Electric Railway Co., Ltd, following separation of companies.
  548. December 1, 1949: Corresponding to the division of the company, it became a station of the Keihan Electric Railway.
  549. December 1, 1949: Due to a separation of the company, this station became a facility of Keihan Electric Railway.
  550. December 1, 1949: Due to the company separation, this station became a facility of Keihan Electric Railway.
  551. December 1, 1949: Due to the division of the company, it became a station of Keihan Electric Railway.
  552. December 1, 1949: Due to the separation of the company, it again became a station of Keihan Electric Railway.
  553. December 1, 1949: Following the corporate spin-off, it became a station of the Keihan Electric Railway.
  554. December 1, 1949: Following the division of the company, the line becomes the Keihan Main Line of Keihan Electric Railway.
  555. December 1, 1949: It became a Keihan Electric Railway station as a result of corporate severance.
  556. December 1, 1949: Keihan Electric Railway was unmerged.
  557. December 1, 1949: Keihanshin-kyuko-dentetsu station became a Keihan Electric Railway Company station as a result of corporate severance.
  558. December 1, 1949: The Keihan, Katano, Uji, Keishin and Ishiyama-Sakamoto lines were split off to form the (New) Keihan Electric Railway.
  559. December 1, 1949: The line became Keihan Electric Railway Uji Line due to the company's division.
  560. December 1, 1949: The station became a Keihan Electric Railway station again as a result of the split-up of the railway company.
  561. December 1, 1949: The station became a Keihan Electric Railway station as a result of the corporate spin-off.
  562. December 1, 1949: The station became a Keihan Electric Railway station due to the corporate severance.
  563. December 1, 1949: The station became a Keihan Electric Railway station due to the corporate spin-off.
  564. December 1, 1949: The station became a station of the Keihan Electric Railway due to the split-up of the railway company.
  565. December 1, 1949: The station became part of the Keihan Electric Railway due to the separation of companies that occurred.
  566. December 1, 1949: The station was renamed Hankyu Kyoto Station due to the split of the Keihan Electric Railway.
  567. December 1, 1950: Hazukashi-mura and Koga-mura of Otokuni-gun were merged.
  568. December 1, 1950: Oe-mura, Otokuni-gun was merged.
  569. December 1, 1950: Otokuni-gun was comprised of two towns and three villages.
  570. December 1, 1952: Osumi Station opened.
  571. December 1, 1952: The station became operational.
  572. December 1, 1952: The station was inaugurated as a station of Japan National Railways.
  573. December 1, 1952: The stop opened as "Kamitanabe Station."
  574. December 1, 1957: The section on which 'Hakuto' was operated was shortened down to Yonago Station.
  575. December 1, 1958: Neyagawa Signal Station opened between Kayashima Station and Neyagawashi Station.
  576. December 1, 1961: Express trains started making stops at Hirakata-koen during the daytime.
  577. December 1, 1996: The section between Hirono and Furuichi was double-tracked.
  578. December 1, 2003: Nakayamadera Station was added to the stations at which rapid trains stopped.
  579. December 1, 2004:
  580. December 1, 2006:
  581. December 10
  582. December 10, 1475: The army of Ninomiya Sakon no shogen (Lieutenant the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Ninomiya Suruga no kami (the governor of Suruga) was defeated by the army of Takakage in Echizen, Ino.
  583. December 10, 1475: The army of Ninomiya Sakon no shogen (Lieutenant the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), Ninomiya Suruga no kami (the governor of Suruga) was defeated by the army of Takakage in Echizen, Ino.
  584. December 10, 1871 - January 2, 1872
  585. December 10, 1981 - the ossuary was built.
  586. December 10, 1987: Operation by a single crew member, with no conductor on board, was begun.
  587. December 10, 1987: The Autonomous Decentralized Traffic Control System (ADEC) went into full operation.
  588. December 10, 2007: ICOCA was introduced in some shops of the Family Mart convenience-store chain in the Kansai district (JR Minami-Tanabe Station, etc.).
  589. December 11, 1323: Resigned from the post of Kebiishi Betto
  590. December 11, 1944: The flat line is closed.
  591. December 11, 1949: A through-train service from Mototanaka Station to this station was begun by Kyoto City Trams.
  592. December 11, 1949: Kyoto City Trams' Higashiyama Line began its connection with the Eizan Main Line at Takaragaike Station.
  593. December 11, 1949: The section between Mototanaka Station and Yamahata Station began to be serviced by Kyoto City Trams.
  594. December 11, 1949: The travel time of local trains between Sanjo and Hamaotsu was reduced to 32 minutes in the case of the fastest train.
  595. December 11, 1967: All trains became four cars long.
  596. December 11, 1967: During the morning and evening rush hours, the operation of seven-car trains started.
  597. December 11, 2008: 'Super Hotel Kyoto Shijokawaramachi,' a business hotel, opened on the Kyogoku Toho site.
  598. December 11, 688 at age 53.
  599. December 11, 688: 43 years old
  600. December 1178: Appointed as Okura-kyo (Minister of Treasury).
  601. December 1183: Removed from office.
  602. December 1185: Removed from office and banished.
  603. December 1191: Conferred Shosanmi.
  604. December 11: He was assigned as an Associate Regent.
  605. December 11: Nairan (a preliminary inspection of official documents submitted from the Great Council of State to the Emperor) halted.
  606. December 11: Promoted to the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank)
  607. December 11: The section between Nakayamadera and Takarazuka was double-tracked.
  608. December 12, 1217 - Transferred to the post of Sagami no kami (Provincial Governor of Sagami)
  609. December 12, 1284: promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained the position of Sanuki no kami.
  610. December 12, 1323: Left the capital and went to Kamakura as an imperial messenger
  611. December 12, 1893: The track gauge was set to 762mm for light railway in the section between Amagasaki and Ikeda (8 miles and 35 chains (unit) ≒ 13.58km).
  612. December 12, 717.
  613. December 12,1861 (old calendar): Transferred to Sakonoe-gon-chujo.
  614. December 12,1861: He became bugyo of Kanagawa.
  615. December 12:
  616. December 12: Kaisan-e
  617. December 12: Resigned from the post of Acting Agent of Prime Minister.
  618. December 13 Served in an additional post of gakko chiji (a school governor).
  619. December 13, 1064: He declared Senge (imperial proclamation) of Fujiwara shi choja (the head of Fujiwara Clan).
  620. December 13, 1375 - promoted to Jusanmi.
  621. December 13, 1871: It was consolidated into Toyooka Prefecture.
  622. December 13, 1871: Toyooka and Himeji Prefectures were established.
  623. December 13, 1912: A patent was given to Keishin Electric Streetcar for the section between Sanjo-Ohashi Station and Furukawacho Station, so the operation began formally.
  624. December 13, 1912: Based on the Track Act, the approval and work order were delivered to Keishin Electric Tramway concerning the construction of the track between Sanjo-Ohashi Station and Furukawacho Station.
  625. December 13, 930: Transferred to the post of Uemon Gonno Suke (Provincial Assistant Captain of the Right Gate Guards).
  626. December 13, Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state)
  627. December 1306: assumed the position of Sachuben (middle controller of the left) and Sakone no shosho.
  628. December 1334: also assumed the position of Shikibukyo (Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonial).
  629. December 1336: deprived of the government post (due to his going to Yoshino district).
  630. December 13: Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank)
  631. December 13: resigned from Gon Dainagon (due to illness)
  632. December 14, 1195, transferred to the position of Naidaijin.
  633. December 14, 1330: He was appointed Kebiishi no betto (Superintendent of the Imperial Police).
  634. December 14, 1912: With the completed construction of an overhead crossing with the Tokaido Main Line of Japanese Imperial Government Railway (the Tokaido Main Line of the West Japan Railway Company) nearby Kamisekidera Station, direct trains from Furukawacho Station to Fudanotsuji Station started to run.
  635. December 14, 1987: Subsequently the railroad elevation work was completed.
  636. December 14, 1987: The elevation of the railway around Okubo Station was completed.
  637. December 14, 947: He was appointed Kurodo (Chamberlain).
  638. December 1468: He resigned as Naidaijin.
  639. December 1468: He was dismissed from his offices.
  640. December 1485: He also assumed the position as the chief of both Junna-in and Shogaku-in Temples and chief of the Genji Family.
  641. December 14: Assumed the position of the Mikawa no kami (Provisional Governor of Mikawa Province).
  642. December 14: Butsumyo-e (Nigatsu-do Hall): 3000 images of Buddha are put up and worshiped by calling their names to remove sins for the year.
  643. December 14: Gishi Taisai (Buddhist memorial service followed by a tea offering ceremony and the serving of Uchiiri Soba ("raid" buckwheat noodles))
  644. December 14: He resigned from his position as Sachujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  645. December 14: He was appointed to the Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  646. December 14: He was removed from office.
  647. December 15, 1164: He was reassigned to be Sadaijin.
  648. December 15, 1197
  649. December 15, 1458: The army of Toshimitsu KAI and Takakage was defeated by the army of Toshizane HORIE at the border between Omi Province and Echizen Province.
  650. December 15, 1889: The line between Kusatsu Station and Mikumo Station (9 miles 72 chains ≒ 15.93 km) was opened by the Kansai Railway Company.
  651. December 15, 1910: Kozenji Station opened.
  652. December 15, 1923
  653. December 15, 1929: Opening of Minetoyo Line (7.4 miles ≒ 11.91 km), from Toyooka to Kumihama.
  654. December 15, 1929: The station was opened when the section between Toyooka and Kumihama on the Minetoyo Line was opened by Japan National Railways.
  655. December 15, 1945: <Shinto Directive>
  656. December 15, 1953: The tentative use of slider-type trolley pole for cars running on the Otsu Line commenced.
  657. December 15, 1954: Nishiwazuka-mura, Nakawazuka-mura, and Higashiwazuka-mura of Soraku-gun were merged to form Wazuka-cho.
  658. December 15, 1954: Nishiwazuka-mura, Nakawazuka-mura, and Higashiwazuka-mura were combined to form Wazuka-cho.
  659. December 15, 1956: The paving work of the track running on streets between Sanjo and Higashiyama-Sanjo was completed at a total cost of 3,800,000 yen.
  660. December 15, 1959: Aburahi Station opened.
  661. December 15, 1975: The cars' electricity collector devices were changed from wheel type power collectors to bow collectors.
  662. December 15, 1975: The electricity collector for the cars was changed from a wheel type power collector to a bow collector.
  663. December 15, 1983: First service of the first double-decker bus employed as a regular tour bus
  664. December 15, 684, aged 43.
  665. December 15, resigned from the position of Sadaijin.
  666. December 1575: Naidaijin
  667. December 1576: Udaijin
  668. December 1577: Sadaijin
  669. December 15: Appointed Hyoe-fu (Ministry of Middle Palace Guards)
  670. December 15: Assumed the position of Togu no Fu.
  671. December 15: He resigned as Chunagon.
  672. December 15: He was assigned the position of Togu no suke (Assistant Master in the Crown Prince's Quarters) (Togu: Imperial Prince Tokihito).
  673. December 15: He was removed from office.
  674. December 15: Higashi-Yabase station and Iwami-Nagahama Station were renamed as Urayasu Station and Nishi-Hamada Station, respectively.
  675. December 15: Resigns as Udaijin.
  676. December 15: Togu no daibu
  677. December 16
  678. December 16 (January 25, 1853): Transferred to Sakonoe-gon-shosho.
  679. December 16 (old calendar): Invested as Ju- Shii-ge (Junior 4th Class, Minor), Jiju and Wakasa-no-Kami.
  680. December 16, 1268: Promoted to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and appointed as Sakone no shogen (Lieutenant of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  681. December 16, 1747: Inaba no kami (Governor of Inaba Province).
  682. December 16, 1850 Appointed as Jushiinoge Tosa no kami (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade of the governor of Tosa Province).
  683. December 16, 1852 Also appointed as jiju (a chamberlain).
  684. December 16, 1910: Inari Station changed its name to Fukakusa Station and Inari-shindo Station to Inari Station.
  685. December 16, 1910: Its name was changed to Fukakusa Station.
  686. December 16, 1910: Its name was changed to Inari Station.
  687. December 16, 1931: Kyoto Prefectural Assembly passed a resolution to keep the Girls' Vocational Training School going and the budget to build a new campus.
  688. December 16, 1989: With the timetable revision, the number of limited express trains during the daytime on weekdays was reduced by extending the interval from 15 to 20 minutes, while the number of express and local trains was increased by reducing the interval to 10 minutes.
  689. December 16, 2005
  690. December 16, 896: He was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), while his four court appointments remained unchanged.
  691. December 1600 or January 1601: He became the feudal lord of Tosa Province, with 98,000 koku (later surveyed as 202,600 koku).
  692. December 16: Governor of Ecchu Province.
  693. December 16: He was assigned to be the jijyu (chamberlain) and was permitted to wear kinjiki (forbidden colors).
  694. December 16: Hogo-e (Hokke-do Hall): An oral examination called Kengaku Ryugi is held.
  695. December 16: Roben Ki (Kaizan-Do Hall): A memorial service for Roben Sojo, the founder of Todai-ji Temple.
  696. December 17 (lunar calendar): Appointed to the post of Daijo daijin.
  697. December 17 (lunar calendar): Promoted to the court rank of Juichii (Junior First Rank), appointed to the post of Sadaijin (minister of the left).
  698. December 17, 1319: assumed the position of Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state).
  699. December 17, 1334, he was promoted to the Junii (Junior Second Rank) with his status as councilor, Ukon e no Chujo and Mutsu no kami retaining unchanged.
  700. December 17, 1334: He was appointed Daigaku no kami (Director of the Bureau of Education).
  701. December 17, 1845: Given the title of Kurokuinojo and appointed as Bizen no suke (Assistant Governor of Bizen Province).
  702. December 17, 1947: The reorganization into the Kyoto City Transportation Bureau was implemented.
  703. December 17, 2000: A frontal-impact accident occurred between Shiizakai and Higashi-furuichi (the current Eiheiji-guchi) on the Echizen Main Line.
  704. December 17,1934, assumed Sho Goi-ge and appointed as Sa-konoe chujo.
  705. December 17: Appointed Kurodo no to
  706. December 17: Given the rank of Shonii (giving rank related to enthronement).
  707. December 17: Promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his position as Ukone no shosho.
  708. December 18 - Echigo no kami (Provincial Governor of Echigo)
  709. December 18 1867, Isami KONDO was attacked and injured.
  710. December 18 of the same year: He retained his position as Sakonoe no taisho.
  711. December 18, 1358 - Made Seii Taishogun
  712. December 18, 1908
  713. December 18, 1926: The entire section of the Saiho Line was opened.
  714. December 18, 1968 : The level intersection was abolished due to the abolishment of the City Trams line.
  715. December 18, 1968: A level intersection with Osaka City Trams within Katamachi Station was removed, owing to the discontinued operation of Osaka City Trams.
  716. December 18, 1997: When the Technoport Line of Osaka Port Transport System Co., Ltd. (OTS) (merged into the Osaka Municipal Subway Chuo Line on July 1, 2005) and started operations, the through-service was extended up to Cosmosquare Station.
  717. December 1863: The soldiers of Aizu Domain entered Kyoto.
  718. December 1873:
  719. December 1892: The Central Agricultural Experiment Station was established for the Prefectural Nokai.
  720. December 18: He was given the additional post as Chugu Gon Daibu (provisional master of Chugu (consort of Emperor) to FUJIWARA no Shoshi, the daughter of FUJIWARA no Michinaga).
  721. December 18: Kozui Sagewatashi: The water collected from Wakasa-i (Wakasa Well) at Omizutori (Water-Drawing Festival) is distributed to the believers.
  722. December 18: as participants in Prince Arisugawanomiya's planned triumphal entry (into Kyoto), they depart from Tokyo.
  723. December 19, 1473: He came of age.
  724. December 19, 1473: Resigned from Seii Taishogun.
  725. December 19, 1780: He died at the age of 64.
  726. December 19, 1910: The Ujigawa signal box was built for the line between Uji Station and Kohata Station.
  727. December 19, 1954: 'Kyogoku Toho Theater' opened as a first-run theater for foreign films.
  728. December 19, 1990: Shoichi MIYAKE (the ninth Tokuro MIYAKE) died.
  729. December 19, 1997: Access ramps for wheelchair users were provided at all stations on the Keihan lines.
  730. December 19, 2002: Service commenced.
  731. December 1926, he felt a stomachache.
  732. December 1926: Member of the House of Peers (Japan) (appointed by Imperial command, until October 1944)
  733. December 1928: The entire rail line became double-tracked.
  734. December 1929: A judicial decision was made on 21 defendants who had not been involved in the Affair on March 15.
  735. December 1936: Construction of the main building and gymnasium was completed.
  736. December 1938: The city symbol of Fukuchiyama City was chosen from about 2,000 entries from across Japan and established.
  737. December 1943 - Senior 7th Rank
  738. December 1945: It moved to the former Maizuru Navy's campus in Aza Tomita, Tanba-cho, Funai-gun.
  739. December 1950: Yobo-ji Temple becomes independent from the Nichiren Sect with 50 former branch temples to form the Nichiren Honshu Sect (the other 34 former sub temples remain part of the Nichiren Sect).
  740. December 1951, Osaka Kabukiza kaomisekogyo (the season's first performance with the new company) "Shosho Shigemoto no haha" (Mother of shosho Shigemoto)
  741. December 1955: Improvement work commenced to straighten the curved section between Minamikata Station on the Juso Line and Sozenji Station.
  742. December 1962: A sidetrack leading off both sets of tracks was established (but later abandoned).
  743. December 1981 - Nobel Prize for Chemistry
  744. December 1985: Some of the temples belonging to the Kyoto Buddhist Organization executed their refusal of visitors (the second refusal of visitors).
  745. December 1990: The name 'Kinosaki' came back as the name of a temporary express train with the JNR/JR Limited Express Series 183 operated between Osaka Station and Kinosaki Station.
  746. December 1994: Recommendations for construction of the Kansai-kan were submitted by the NDL Building Commission to the Diet; additionally, the 'Outline of the Basic Construction Plan of the Kansai-kan of the NDL (provisional name)' was submitted.
  747. December 1995: '8th Basic Plan for Employment Measures' formulated (Cabinet decision); policy to build Work Experience Plaza (tentative) included
  748. December 1996
  749. December 1996: basic designs for displays and work experience started
  750. December 1999: The project for Kihoku Nishi Road was approved.
  751. December 19: He gained the additional post of Kebiishi no Betto (a senior bureaucrat of the Imperial Police Force).
  752. December 1:
  753. December 1: Appointed as Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  754. December 1: Kumanto Station (Hoki-Daisen Station) commenced operation.
  755. December 1: One-man-operated trains began running in the Tottori - Yonago section.
  756. December 1: The Aidani signal station was established in the Takeno - Satsu section.
  757. December 1: The Hinogawa signal station - Yonago section was upgraded to a double-track section.
  758. December 1: The JR (West) Commuter Train Series 321 came into use.
  759. December 1: The operating distance between Tehara Station and Kusatsu Station was changed with the addition of 0.3 km.
  760. December 2, 1464: He renounced the cloth.
  761. December 2, 1512: Awarded Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  762. December 2, 1514: Appointed to the post of Jiju (Chamberlain).
  763. December 2, 1839: He was promoted to roju shuza.
  764. December 2, 2002: Eight limited express trains, starting from Demachiyanagi Station and heading for Yodoyabashi Station, which operated during the morning rush hours, introduced women-only cars.
  765. December 2, 2007: Yoro-Ine bypass (second section) of National Route No. 178 was opened.
  766. December 20 (lunar calendar): Promoted to the court rank of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), retained his posts as Ukone no chujo and Harima gon no kami.
  767. December 20 - Made Ju-Ichii Sadaijin (Junior 1st Class Minister of the Left).
  768. December 20, 1270: Given the surname, MINAMOTO, and took the name MINAMOTO no Koreyasu.
  769. December 20, 1546: He also assumed Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  770. December 20, 1583 - Reached the State of Goa via Malacca and Cochin.
  771. December 20, 1851: Awarded the title of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)
  772. December 20, 1867: He was jointly appointed as a member of the Imperial Army Council
  773. December 20, 1922 - Company obtains a railway construction license.
  774. December 20, 1922: Its opening was concurrent with the launch of operations on the Japan National Railways Obama Line between Wakasa-Takahama Station and Higashi-Maizuru Station.
  775. December 20, 1929: An extended operation service began between the Kurama Electric Railway and the Kyoto Dento (bound for Demachiyanagi Station).
  776. December 20, 1929: Full service began between Kurama Temporary Station and Kurama Station.
  777. December 20, 1929: Kurama Station (the current station) was opened under the operation of the Kurama Electric Railway.
  778. December 20, 1929: Service along the entire Kurama Electric Railway began.
  779. December 20, 1929: The company started operation of a section between Kurama-kari and Kurama (0.4 kilometers) whereby the company became able to offer full services for the whole line (8.8 kilometers).
  780. December 20, 1952: The second phase of repair work of the track running on streets between Kujoyama and Misasagi for about 300 meters was completed.
  781. December 20, 1968: Mutual operation with the Kintetsu Kyoto Line at Tanbabashi Station was discontinued.
  782. December 20, 1968: Mutual operation with the Kintetsu Kyoto Line ceased.
  783. December 20, 1968: The operation between Fushimi, Tanbabashi and Momoyama Goryo-mae was discontinued.
  784. December 20, 1968: The timetable was revised.
  785. December 20, 1968: The train of the Kinki Nippon Railway ended its direct connection with KER Tanbabashi Station.
  786. December 20, 1982: Operation by a single operator began during some early morning and late night time slots.
  787. December 20, 2002
  788. December 2003: Established the Hiki Area Council for the Merger of Three Towns and Three Villages by six towns and villages of Namegawa-machi, Ranzan-machi, Ogawa-machi, Tokigawa-machi, Tamagawa-mura and Higashichichibu-mura
  789. December 2004
  790. December 2007: it filed for bankruptcy protection.
  791. December 20: Admitted to the court.
  792. December 20: Assumed the position of Gon Uchuben (provisional Middle Controller of the right).
  793. December 20: Centralized Traffic Control (CTC) was introduced.
  794. December 20: Mimasaka no kami (chief of Mimasaka Province)
  795. December 20: Promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank)
  796. December 20: The Yabase - Kurayoshi section (9.7M≒15.61 km) came into operation as an extension of the line.
  797. December 21
  798. December 21 (until January 4, next year): Battle of Ulsan Castle
  799. December 21 between 1992 and 2096
  800. December 21 between 2029 and 2097
  801. December 21 between 2062 and 2098
  802. December 21 in 2099
  803. December 21 to 28: Shinshu Izumoji school
  804. December 21, 1019: He was reassigned to be Gon Dainagon (provisional major councilor) and stayed as Sakone no daisho and Shunkyu Daibu.
  805. December 21, 1182, transferred to the position of Sakonoe no chujo (general of the left).
  806. December 21, 1234, promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank), retaining his position as Acting Gon Chunagon.
  807. December 21, 1305 Appointed Sangi
  808. December 21, 1670: Uemon gon no suke
  809. December 21, 1826: He was removed from the position of jisha-bugyo, and assumed the position of Osaka jodai.
  810. December 21, 1843: He became a roju
  811. December 21, 1849: Started vaccinating people at 'Joto-kan' (literally, vaccination house) he opened in Furutemachi (present-day, Doshomachi, Chuo Ward, Osaka City) by using smallpox vaccine obtained in the capital six days earlier.
  812. December 21, 1901: Operation started on the section between Amijima Station and Sakuranomiya Station.
  813. December 21, 1912: Resigned from the position of Prime Minister and became a Genro.
  814. December 21, 1918: Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  815. December 21, 1945: Mutual operation started as a shared station with Nara Electric Railway (currently the Kintetsu Kyoto Line).
  816. December 21, 1945: The train of the Kintetsu Kyoto Line began the direct connection with KER Tanbabashi Station.
  817. December 21, 1945: The trains of Nara Electric Railway started sharing the track to Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station, and from this station the through-operation to Sanjo Station (Kyoto Prefecture) of Keihan Electric Railway began.
  818. December 21, 1945: The trains on the Nara Electric Railway (currently the Kintetsu Kyoto Line) started sharing the track from Tanbabashi Station to Sanjo Station.
  819. December 21, 1991: The section between the Tanabe-nish Interchange of Keina Road and the Seika Shimokura Interchange opened.
  820. December 21, 1996: A multipurpose restroom for the physically challenged was set up in the elevated station house of the south exit.
  821. December 21, 1999: The station building was rebuilt and became the station on the bridge.
  822. December 21, 2001
  823. December 21, 2001 - Hano's pregnancy came to light, and they annonced their engagement at a news conference.
  824. December 21, 932: Promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  825. December 21: (departure) Kokufu to (arrival) Otsu
  826. December 21: Assumed the position of Kogogu-Daibu (Master of the Empress's Household) (Empress Dowager was FUJIWARA no Taishi (Yasuko)).
  827. December 21: He was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained the position of Sakonoe-shosho.
  828. December 21: Married Princess Noriko.
  829. December 21: Received the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  830. December 21: Sanbo-in school denpo-kanjo (the consecration for the Transmission of the Dharma)
  831. December 22 between 1900 and 1988
  832. December 22 between 1901 and 2025
  833. December 22 between 1922 and 2058
  834. December 22 between 1959 and 2095
  835. December 22, 1885: He was transferred from the office of Dajo Daijin to that of Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal of Japan as the cabinet system started.
  836. December 22, 1927: Seiso Electric Railway renamed Amanohashidate Cable Railway.
  837. December 22, 1951: Trains for skiers commenced operations between Tenmabashi and Hamaotsu.
  838. December 22, 1962: Automatic ticket vending machines were installed at Kyobashi Station and Tenmabashi Station for the first time on the Keihan lines.
  839. December 22, 1973 - it was founded.
  840. December 22, 1989:
  841. December 22, Toji (the winter solstice)
  842. December 22, retained his position as Sakonoe no taisho.
  843. December 22: Assigned to be the Sangi (councilor).
  844. December 22: Assumed the position of Kageyushi no suke (Vice-minister of the Office of Investigators of the Records of Outgoing Officials).
  845. December 22: Assumed the position of Ushoben.
  846. December 22: He gained the additional position of Togu no fu (an official in charge of education of the Crown Prince).
  847. December 22nd, 702: Umate became the second person in charge under the Director of Imperial Funeral Pyre for Emperor Jito.
  848. December 23
  849. December 23 - Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank)
  850. December 23 between 1902 and 1918
  851. December 23 between 1903 and 1955
  852. December 23, 1199: Promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank), retained his position as Udaijin and Sakone no daisho.
  853. December 23, 1722: He passed away at the age of 82.
  854. December 23, 1977: The transfer of the patents concerned with tramway business between Nagata and the railroad/street border point, and of the licenses for railway business between the railroad/street border point and Ikoma to Higashi-Osaka Ikoma Railway, was approved.
  855. December 23: Birthday of Emperor Showa
  856. December 23: He was granted the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  857. December 23: The ship carrying the mission left Yokohama.
  858. December 23: Transferred to Sagami Province.
  859. December 24 - May 6
  860. December 24 - Removed from position (Invocation by Tendai Taishu)
  861. December 24 - promoted to Shogoi no jo.
  862. December 24, 1179: He was dismissed from his official posts.
  863. December 24, 1870: he arrived at Busan.
  864. December 24, 1883: Reassigned to the post of Gikan (high-ranking government official) in the Legislature.
  865. December 24, 1897: Received Shoshichii (Senior Seventh Rank)
  866. December 24, 1958: Heaters were installed in 26 cars of the Otsu Line, which were used in express trains.
  867. December 24, 1987: Shoko YAMAWAKI applied the registrations of "Izumi-ryu Miyake Tokuro" and "Kyogenshi Miyake Tokuro" as trademarks.
  868. December 24, 2003: The Oyamazaki IC opened.
  869. December 24, 2007: 'Plans for Streamlining Independent Administrative Institutions' formulated (Cabinet decision); organization of Vocational Museum to be overhauled
  870. December 24:
  871. December 24: Assumed the position of Daizen no Gon no suke (the title of a provisional person who was in charge of meals in the court)
  872. December 24: Assumed the position of Ukone no Gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  873. December 24: Assumed the position of Ushosho.
  874. December 24: Changed his name to Saneki.
  875. December 24: Governor of Mikawa Province.
  876. December 24: He removed from the post of Uemon-no-kami
  877. December 24: He was awarded the position of Dajo Daijin.
  878. December 24: He withdrew from the post of acting Prime Minister when the Aritomo YAMAGATA cabinet took office.
  879. December 25
  880. December 25, 1441: He celebrated his coming of age.
  881. December 25, 1521: He resigned from the position of Seii taishogun.
  882. December 25, 1890: The operation started between Yokkaichi Station and Tsuge Station.
  883. December 25, 1920: The Asari - Tsunozu section (6.6M≒10.62 km) came into operation as an extension of the line.
  884. December 25, 1926: Japan National Railways started operating between Mineyama and Amino on the Minetoyo Line, which was run by Japan National Railways.
  885. December 25, 1926: Line extended from Mineyama and Amino (4.5 miles ≒ 7.24 km.)
  886. December 25, 1926: The Mineyama-Amino section of Japan National Railways Minetoyo Line commenced operations.
  887. December 25, 1939: Its name was changed to Inari-jinja-mae Station (the station in front of Inari Shrine).
  888. December 25, 1939: Yawata Station's name was changed to Iwashimizu-hachimangu-mae Station, and Inari Station's name was changed to Inarijinja-mae Station.
  889. December 25, 1950: The work to relocate a part of the track between Otani and Kamisekidera was completed, and the platform for inbound trains at Kamisekidera Station was improved to a high-floor platform.
  890. December 25, 1959: The interlock at Keihan-Yamashina Station was changed to the remote control type.
  891. December 25, 2008:
  892. December 25, 877: He was granted the official hereditary title of Ason.
  893. December 25: (departure) Otsu to (arrival) Kokufu
  894. December 25: He was exiled to Dazai no gon no sochi and was sent to Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region).
  895. December 25: Kimachi Station commenced operation.
  896. December 25: Promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  897. December 25: Promoted to the court rank of Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  898. December 25: Taisho Tenno-reisai Festival (an annual festival for Emperor Taisho)
  899. December 25: Terasho Station opened.
  900. December 25: Uemon no shojo
  901. December 26, 1332, he assumed the office of councilor.
  902. December 26, 1448: Transferred to the position of Sama-no-kami.
  903. December 26, 1871: Hojo Prefecture was established and Ikuno Prefecture was abolished.
  904. December 26, 1899: He died in the Clinic of Tokyo Imperial University.
  905. December 26, 1923: The Mihomisumi - Iwami-Masuda (current Masuda Station) section (13.6M≒21.89 km) came into operation as an extension of the line.
  906. December 26, 1941:
  907. December 26, 927: <Engishiki laws completed>
  908. December 26: (departure) Kokufu to (arrival) Otsu
  909. December 26: Assigned to be the Kebiishi no betto (Superintendent of the Imperial Police).
  910. December 27
  911. December 27 - Removed from position (Because of the crime committed by FUJIWARA no Nobuyori)
  912. December 27, 1180: He returned to Kyoto and resided in the land of Saga region.
  913. December 27, 1489: He became a priest.
  914. December 27, 1508: He was promoted to the Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  915. December 27, 1522: Promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and retained his position as Ukone no shosho.
  916. December 27, 1848 Become the lord of the domain.
  917. December 27, 1898: Hokuetsu Railway Line was extended to Kitajo Station.
  918. December 27, 1918, The company submitted an additional request for permission to extend its line through Yamazaki, Nagaoka, Katsura, Nishikyogoku and Saiin to Shijo Omiya.
  919. December 27, 1920
  920. December 27, 1957: Japan National Railways' Tofukuji Station on the Nara Line was inaugurated.
  921. December 27, 1957: Tofuku-ji Station was opened.
  922. December 27, 1994: Keihan Tofukuji Station improvement works, such as the roof extension on the platform for Demachiyanagi, slope installation, etc., were completed.
  923. December 27, 1995: The waiting room on Platform 1 was moved, and an air conditioner was installed at the new location.
  924. December 27, 701: A grandchild, Prince Obito (later Emperor Shomu), was born (aged 43).
  925. December 27, 802: He became subject of the state and used the name YOSHIMINE no Ason.
  926. December 27: (departure) Otsu to (arrival) Urado
  927. December 27: Became the Imperial Economic Advisor.
  928. December 27: Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state)
  929. December 27: Governor of Iyo Province (for his performance in the Heiji War)
  930. December 27: The section between Ikeda and Takarazuka (4M50C≒7.44 km) was extended to begin operating with a track gauge of 1067 mm.
  931. December 27: Totoumi no kami (chief of Totoumi Province) (because of deeds of valor in Heiji no ran War (turmoil of the Heiji war)
  932. December 27th, Kenji NOGUCHI committed hara-kiri.
  933. December 28
  934. December 28 - Called back
  935. December 28 - January 4
  936. December 28, 1368 - appointed Samanokami.
  937. December 28, 1661, appointed Sangi (Councilor).
  938. December 28, 1828: Became Osaka jodai.
  939. December 28, 1828: He was removed from the position of Osaka jodai, and assumed the position of Kyoto shoshidai.
  940. December 28, 1931: Morishoji Station changed its name to Morishoji-Senbayashi Station.
  941. December 28, 1951
  942. December 28, 1953: Hinooka Station resumed operations.
  943. December 28, 1966: The lines between Yamashina Station and (temporarily called) Kitaotsu Station (currently Otsukyo Station) and between Omi-Imazu Station and Omi-Shiotsu Station were primarily approved.
  944. December 28, removed of office
  945. December 28: (departure) Urado to (arrival) Ominato
  946. December 28: An out-of-service passenger train fell from the Amarube railway bridge, located in the Yoroi - Amarube section.
  947. December 28: He became a priest and gained the Homei (priest name) of Zenkan.
  948. December 28: He celebrated his coming of age and assumed the name Yoshikatsu.
  949. December 28: He was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  950. December 28: He was reassigned to be Sadaijin and retained his position as Togu no fu and Tachibanashi choja.
  951. December 28: Installed as member of palace staff.
  952. December 28: The track gauge between Amagasaki and Ikeda was corrected to 1067mm and the operating kilometer was also shortened by 43C≒0.87km.
  953. December 29
  954. December 29 (lunar calendar): Promoted to the court rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), retained post of Ukon no chujo.
  955. December 29 - Sanuki no kami (Provincial Governor of Sanuki)
  956. December 29, 1056 (under the old calendar): Reappointed governor of Mutsu Province.
  957. December 29, 1191: Promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), retained his positions as Ukone no chujo and Suke of Bizen Province.
  958. December 29, 1225, Coming-of-age Ceremony.
  959. December 29, 1245:
  960. December 29, 1835(old calendar): Born the 6th son of Yoshitatsu MATSUDAIRA, Chief of the Takasu-han Clan of Mino Province, in the Daimyo's Edo residence.
  961. December 29, 1876: He received the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun.
  962. December 29, 1900: Kibugawa Station was opened as a transfer station on the main line of the Ohmi Railway Corporation.
  963. December 29, 1933: The section between Gamo Signal Station and Moriguchi Station became quadruple-tracked.
  964. December 29, 1963: Elevation work in the section between Kanmaki Station and Oyamazaki Station was completed.
  965. December 29, 1963: The elevated tracks were completed.
  966. December 29, 1994: In preparation for the model 600 electric cars' direct operation into the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line, which was then under construction, preparation work for the voltage increase of the Otsu Line to 1500V was completed.
  967. December 29, 1995: Seismographs were put into use.
  968. December 29, Echigo no kami (Provincial Governor of Echigo)
  969. December 29, Sanuki no kami (the governor of Sanuki Province)
  970. December 29: Changed his surname back to his original surname Nakatomi.
  971. December 29: He received the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun.
  972. December 29: Ominugui
  973. December 29th is considered a day to be avoided because, in Japan, the number nine, which can be read as 'ku' in Japanese, is linked to the Japanese word for suffering (contrastingly, this day is selected in some areas because one way to read the number 29 in Japanese is "fuku," which is also the word for happiness).
  974. December 2:
  975. December 2: A part of the 15th group of the first half year was transferred to the Komatsu Naval Air Corps.
  976. December 2: He was reappointed to Ukone no Daisho.
  977. December 2: Promoted to the court rank of Jusiinoge (for his achievements in building inner court and Joganden).
  978. December 2: Promoted to the court rank of Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), in recognition of his having overseen the construction of the Inmei-mon Gate
  979. December 2: Retired from Gon Chunagon and Dazai gon no sochi positions.
  980. December 2: The operation without a conductor on board began for some trains that ran between Sasayamaguchi and Fukuchiyama.
  981. December 2: Togu no daibu
  982. December 2nd, 684: Umate was given the kabane of Muraji.
  983. December 3, 1347 - Advanced to Ju-Shii-ge (Junior 4th Class, Minor).
  984. December 3, 1870: He departed from Yokohama in order to study in France at the government's expense.
  985. December 3, 1888 : Kagawa Prefecture (separated from Ehime Prefecture)
  986. December 3, 1943: The railway is designated as "non-essential" by the wartime regime and is expected to be discontinued.
  987. December 3, 1949: The operation of the direct limited express between Kobe Station and Hankyu Kyoto Station was launched.
  988. December 3, 1955: Under the direct management of the Keihan Electric Railway Co., Ltd., service was revived between Otokoyama (present Yawata City) and Hachiman-gu Shrine (present Otokoyama-sanjo).
  989. December 3, 1959: Operations of privately owned taxis were licensed in Tokyo's wards and the first licenses was issued to 173 people.
  990. December 3, 1994: 'Edel-Tottori' had its operating section shortened to Tottori Station.
  991. December 3, 643, a son of SOGA no Toyura no emishi no omi, Iruka no omi □□ Hayashi no Tairo killed YAMASHIRO no oe and 15 of his followers and family members in Ikarugano-miya palace.
  992. December 3, 700, aged 61.
  993. December 3,1969
  994. December 30 - Returned to original posts
  995. December 30 - saemon no kami (Captain of the Left Gate Guard)
  996. December 30, 1325, appointed as Palace staff.
  997. December 30, 1854: Promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) (Retained his positions as Jingi gon no shofu and Chikuzen no kami) (at the age of 60).
  998. December 30, 1863 (old calendar): Appointed to Chogisanyo.
  999. December 30, 1935
  1000. December 30, 1945:

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