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  1. Escaped 2000 soldiers including Denshutai got together at Konodai in Shimousaichikawa on April 12, and formed troops with Keisuke OTORI as governor-general (commander) and Toshizo HIJIKATA as their staff officer.
  2. Escaped Shigeyuki committed suicide with Kiyotaka SASAKI in Banba region, Omi Province on June 29, 1333.
  3. Escaped from the Battle of Sekigahara
  4. Escaping to Oshu in April 1189, Yoshitsune was attacked by FUJIWARA no Yasuhira and committed suicide.
  5. Escaping, Nobuyori intended to flee with Yoshitomo to the Eastern Provinces; however, Yoshitomo had only harsh words, 'Japan's greatest loser,' and refused.
  6. Eshakudan'
  7. Eshi
  8. Eshi (corresponding to Daihatsuinojo).
  9. Eshi and edakumi at that time did not always specialize in Buddhist subjects, and there were eshi who worked for Zojishi (Officials in Charge of Building Temples) such as Todai-ji Temple.
  10. Eshi as a Japanese painting and ukiyo-e painter
  11. Eshi no soshi (picture scroll)
  12. Eshi no soshi (picture scroll) is a Japanese emakimono (an illustrated scroll).
  13. Eshi painters changed careers and became illustrators and Japanese-style painters, and the tradition of Ukiyoe came down to other genres.
  14. Eshi today
  15. Eshi: Bancho was positioned for guarding and controlling the kyujo, and kichisho (or kichijo) was positioned as the watch for the Gate.
  16. Eshi: Guards the Miya-mon Gate.
  17. Eshi: Yoshitoshi TSUKIOKA
  18. Eshifu (Division of Palace Guards): consolidated with Emonfu (Headquarter of the Outer Palace Guards) and renamed Left and Right Emonfu (Division of Palace Guards).
  19. Eshin Sozu, who was a priest of the Jodo-kyo in the Heian period and the writer of "Ojoyoshu" (The Essentials of Salvation), was born in this district.
  20. Eshin-in Temple
  21. Eshin-ni Shosoku' has a story where Shinran's wife, Eshin-ni has a mystical dream where she sees 'a bright Buddha full of light' and hears a voice saying 'that is Seishi Bosatsu, in other words, Honen.'
  22. Eshinni
  23. Eshinni (1182 - 1268?) was a woman in the Kamakura period and was a wife of Shinran, the founder of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism).
  24. Eshinni Shosoku
  25. Eshinsozu Genshin, who laid the foundations of the Jodo teachings when he wrote his Ojoyoshu, and Ryonin, the founder of the Yuzu Nenbutsu sect, also came from Enyraku-ji Temple.
  26. Esho-in Temple (Hanazono Konnan-cho, Ukyo Ward)
  27. Esho-kei' attempted to help the student get a faster and accurate grasp of its texts with the aid of illustrations.
  28. Eso
  29. Eso (date of birth and death unknown) was a Buddhist priest who came from Baekje in the Aska period.
  30. Esoteric Buddhism
  31. Esoteric Buddhism and Mappo-shiso (the "end of the world" belief) were believed widely, syncretization of Shinto with Buddhism advanced, and many temples were built.
  32. Esoteric Buddhism has the thought that human beings are originally not tainted (hongaku philosophy [all living things have an innate ability to achieve enlightenment]).
  33. Esoteric Buddhism is one such example.
  34. Esoteric Buddhism mandala works are divided into the 4 categories shown below according to their forms (appearances).
  35. Esoteric Buddhism mandala works have geometric composition and all statues are painted as frontal views but they do not express three dimensional scenery and perspective.
  36. Esoteric Buddhism paintings that express a single Buddhist statute are not called mandala.
  37. Esoteric Buddhism scriptures
  38. Esoteric Buddhism was transmitted from India to Tibet and Bhutan, to China, Korea, and Japan, taking in local folkways and being repeatedly modified in each region.
  39. Esoteric Buddhist Ritual Implements - A complete set of altar equipment made during the Tang dynasty.
  40. Esotericism
  41. Especcially, the letter from Kichizaemon UGAI to Tatewaki AJIMA was said that it contained the secret conspiracy to assassinate Naosuke II, and the leakage of its contents resulted in receiving stricter punishment in the Ansei no Taigoku.
  42. Especially "Chidori no Kyoku" diffused as a koto music not only in the Nagoya line but also into various groups in Ikuta school, and even into Yamada school to be played in almost all schools in Meiji period and later.
  43. Especially 'Onigawara' (Japanese gargoyle roof tile), to which a devil face is applied, has also a good reputation as a work of art.
  44. Especially Bofura imported in Bunsei era is a rare object called 'Bunsei-watari' (article brought over in Bunsei era).
  45. Especially Emperor Seiwa, who was enthroned in 858, was only nine years old, and there was no precedent of such young Emperor until then.
  46. Especially Emperor Tenmu, who usurped the Imperial throne with the military, exercised absolute powers.
  47. Especially Empress Wu Zetian resided in Luoyang during the most of her reign.
  48. Especially Gosannokiri was widely used by common people, therefore they could lend or borrow formal kimono with family crests.
  49. Especially Kawara tiles have started to be applied to buildings that symbolized the state power, such as Kokufu (provincial office) and provincial monasteries.
  50. Especially Kobei in a frenzy of grief was recognized as the climax of the whole play as a comment says that 'infinite sorrow is hidden behind his strange behaviors after going insane' (by Seiseien IHARA).
  51. Especially Kogen after the late tenth century became ceremonial and continued to the early-modern Tenpo era.
  52. Especially Kokarasu-zukuri indicates a style of a sword called a false sword that has a double edge in more than half of the blade.
  53. Especially Kurodo dokoro, which governed important affairs of the state, issued many cho, and more and more official documents which should have been issued in other forms such as i, zi or fu were issued as cho.
  54. Especially Meika bitterly criticized Nankaku HATTORI and Kinka HIRANO.
  55. Especially Motomori KANZE, the 15th, was famed as the taiko-kata in Meiji era.
  56. Especially Nichiren Shoshu and other related religious communities often use the word ichinen sanzen.
  57. Especially Nidobe was struck by the realty of America where many Christians lived, such as mammonism and racism and were also impressed by the ethics of the Christians.
  58. Especially Nikaku gained popularity with hilarious rakugo consciously imitating Harudanji KATSURA I.
  59. Especially Otsu is close to Kyoto; it is approximately 10 km from the center of Kyoto City to Otsu City, and it takes only nine minutes from JR Kyoto station to JR Otsu station even by train that stops at every station.
  60. Especially Someiyoshino, which was developed in the late Edo period, has spread widely throughout the country since the Meiji period and been a typical cherry tree in Japan.
  61. Especially Uzaemon ICHIMURA the twelfth and Utaemon NAKAMURA the fourth appreciated the competence of Yoshijiro, and Uzaemon recruited Yoshijiro as a choreographer for the Ichimura-za Theater in which Uzaemon himself took the role of Zamoto (leader of a theatrical company).
  62. Especially YOSA no Buson, who engaged in two trades as Haikai and painting admired Hyakusen.
  63. Especially Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA treated Nobutora as a rare person of Zaikyo shugo (constables in Kyoto) in the Sengoku period.
  64. Especially about bodaimoto and nimoto (manufacturing process of yeast mash)
  65. Especially after the Battle of Hakusukinoe in 663, the Emperor Tenchi ordered the constructions of Mizushiro (castles on lakes or marshes erected for defensive reasons) and Yamashiro (castles built on the top of mountains or halfway up the mountains for defensive reasons) throughout the country in preparation for invasions by the Tang Dynasty and the Silla (ancient Korean Kingdom).
  66. Especially against Shingen TAKEDA and Kenshin UESUGI who Nobunaga watched out for, he did not aggressively dispatch troops and he responded carefully.
  67. Especially an heir to the family head of a Miyake (house of an imperial prince), usually the eldest son of the head of the family, is called xx no Wakamiya (Wakamiya of xx).
  68. Especially around 1643, the mighty famine encouraged the landlord class such as daimyo (leading bushi who governed the local regions) or hatamoto (direct retainer of the shogun) to implement the kanno to develop new rice fields and so on to ensure production revenue.
  69. Especially around this time, Fushimi was held in suspicion from the bakufu continuing on from his first cloistered government, and there were even rumors that he was thinking of going against the bakufu and he submitted a official document appealing to the bakufu about his innocence in 1316.
  70. Especially as in 1872, Kaso was forbidden as it was considered to be a kind of Inshi jakyo (evil heresies) by Kyobusho (Ministry of Religion).
  71. Especially at Joshi Eigaku Juku, she rendered many services as she had worked without salary and even paid the rents for the head of the school, Umeko.
  72. Especially at Naien (private dinner) in the new year and Nogyoko (hawking or picnic that an emperor went out for a pastime), an emperor wore Akashira-tsurubami (grayish red color) and a vassal wore Aoshira-tsurubami.
  73. Especially at holiday time in autumn, traffic congestion on the road is almost inevitable as the roadside is famous for the beautiful colored autumnal leaves.
  74. Especially at the time of Wushe Incident, the largest scale armed uprising under the Japanese rule, the use of poison gas was considered to put it down.
  75. Especially at the time of the Great Fire of Meireki, Daimyo families affected by the fire were permitted a loan payable over ten years based on their kokudaka (crop yield.)
  76. Especially at times of a change of era name, enthronement of emperor, or calamity, good examples of koshi (dutiful child), junson (obedient grandchild), seppu (faithful woman), giboku (faithful servant), rikidensha (faithful and earnest farmer) and so forth were awarded.
  77. Especially at urban markets, this tendency became stronger.
  78. Especially because the day May 5 consists of two fives, the day came to be called as 'Tango no sekku.'
  79. Especially considering the wider gauge required a wider curb and more space, the standard gauge was not affordable nor practical to the mountainous and financially poor Japan.
  80. Especially during some months from November 1876, revolts occurred in succession in Ibaraki Prefecture, Mie Prefecture, Aichi Prefecture, Gifu Prefecture, Sakai Prefecture (at present divided into the southern part of Osaka Prefecture and Nara Prefecture) and Kumamoto Prefecture.
  81. Especially during summer, you have to be very careful.
  82. Especially during the Muromachi period, contrary to the trend of respecting expensive 'karamono' (things imported from China), Juko MURATA arranged a tea ceremony with coarser and more ordinary tools, at the same time, it became popular among the merchant class of Sakai City which was represented by Shoo TAKENO and SEN no Rikyu.
  83. Especially during the Sengoku period, the system of kandaka became more widespread, since the demand for money increased as a result of the collapse of the self-sufficient structure of society.
  84. Especially during the early Edo Period, the shogunate accepted such appeals and intervened in such households, implementing measures such as seizure of property, domain and rank, reduction of domain and revenue, transfer of domain, and so on.
  85. Especially during the early medieval period, as Zen became an emerging religious sect, monks turned to interest gained from Shidosen in place of shoen (manors in medieval Japan) which had been the financial resource for traditional religious sects.
  86. Especially during the era of the third Seii Taishogun (literally "great general who subdues the barbarians"), Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, his political power was absolute and Masakatsu KUSUNOKI lost the battle in 1392 and Kawachi Chihaya-jo Castle was surrended.
  87. Especially during the period when Takakazu SEKI and Katahiro TAKEBE were active, problems concerning diagrams were represented and solved as algebra problems by applying simple relations such as Pythagorean theorem.
  88. Especially during the times from the Meiji Restoration to wartime, the Japanese government officially emphasized this historical view and stated this in the Article 1 of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  89. Especially during the war period, it was related to Kokoku Shikan (Emperor-centered historiography which is based on state Shinto) and national policy theory, to be used as one of foundation to support government authorized idea.
  90. Especially expensive bags containing jewelry or other expensive goods are displayed in showcases to draw the attention of customers.
  91. Especially for local trains running towards the Oji and Nara areas, after island platforms and rapid trains to follow the local trains were implemented at Kyuhoji, the timetable became more flexible due to local trains waiting three stations ahead for only one rapid train.
  92. Especially for the Imperial Court and temples which were exhausted by maelstroms of war and grabs for Shoen (manor in medieval Japan) made by samurai families, to grant official rank and the Zuryomei was an essential source of income.
  93. Especially for the Sanada clan, it was most important to be recognized as an independent power in Shinano by old retainers of Takeda, so they continued being stubborn till the last.
  94. Especially for the first two to three years, the quality is unstable.
  95. Especially for the latter part that is the delegation of the administrative authority on the Togoku region to Yoritomo, there is a theory that positively values it as a ground-breaking event for the establishment of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  96. Especially for the royal families and high-ranked aristocracy, the boys and girls were dressed up in Hakamagi (ceremony fitting child with a hakama - Japanese skirt) with make-up, blackened teeth and Hikimayu (painted eyebrows), this lasted until the end of Tokugawa Shogunate period.
  97. Especially for the second and third sons in a family who could not succeed the family estate, it was an important chance to be invited by the families who were looking for irimuko, and was also the only chance to show their sturdiness.
  98. Especially for tozama clans that experienced a large diminishing of the territory had been conducting strict land survey to calculate uchi-daka in order to increase their income and maintain the vassals.
  99. Especially from the 1990s, about the time the sense of mistrust in religion by society arose because of affairs such as the Aum Shinrikyo, he states his opinion also at the outside of the sect.
  100. Especially from the Meiji period to the beginning of the Showa period, a large amount of Washi paper was produced and sold as paper for calligraphy and Shoji (sliding door) to other prefectures, along with paper mulberries used as raw materials.
  101. Especially good acting by Tsumasaburo BANDO was impressive in this film.
  102. Especially he often visited Kenkado's house and read and obtained knowledge from then current books shipped from China while helping his publishing business.
  103. Especially he was good at Yamato kointai (old style created in Japan).
  104. Especially he was very good in making waka and had a lot of exchanges with court nobles in Kyoto.
  105. Especially heavy damages to the fields were caused by the four major floods which struck on August of 1890, on July 21 and August 17 and September 8 of 1896.
  106. Especially his copied works show a polished and high-quality finished form.
  107. Especially ice was much-prized as a rarity in summer.
  108. Especially in 1670, 'Tosho' (superscription) first appeared in "Kashiragaki-zoho-setsuyoshu" (Setsuyoshu with published in Edo period) and became the typical style of the setsuyoshu during the Edo period.
  109. Especially in 1697, the revision of the sakekabu system was conducted nationwide in a thorough and strict manner.
  110. Especially in 2001, only about 8 million coins were minted, so coins manufactured in that year are traded at relatively high prices (compared to their face value) in old coin shops etc.
  111. Especially in Batavia (a part of Indonesia at present), the base of Dutch East India Company (abbr. VOC), sake was regularly imported and became a necessity of people's lives.
  112. Especially in Edo, a heavily-populated area, the smallest tatami was used as the standard because in the Mikawa region, when it was ruled by Ieyasu, the smaller tatami, which was called inaka-ma as opposed to kyo-ma, was forced to be used from the standpoint of modesty and frugality.
  113. Especially in Edo, which was a large market by population concentration, professional wholesale merchants group appeared.
  114. Especially in Indonesia it is said that about sixty million believers exist (the number was officially announced by the Indonesian government), and in Taiwan five temples were built and the number of believers is tending to increase.
  115. Especially in Japan, it was emphasized more than 'filial piety' which was essentially honored mostly as a virtue in Confucianism.
  116. Especially in Jodo Shinshu, it is general to call danto and believers 'monto,' but it's rare that one would refer to the danto of other Buddhist sects by that name.
  117. Especially in Kazusa and Sagami, where the governor had just been changed after a coup d'etat, many bushi gathered under Yoritomo very quickly and created one big force, which Kiyomori sent under his grandson, TAIRA no Koremori to lead the attack, but they lost at the Battle of Fuji-gawa River.
  118. Especially in Kii Province he made extensive investigation and among its results there are "Suizoku-shi" which seems to be the first aquatic fauna in Japan and a pictorial book on conchology, "Sanzen Kai Zu."
  119. Especially in Kinai, mokkanbo and hole-shaped graves were adapted as a core of hokei shukobo (burial mound surrounded by square moat) in middle period.
  120. Especially in Kishu (the present Wakayama prefecture), he visited Nankai GION, and was presented with "Kaishiengaden" which was a picture book that was introduced from China, and he was said to have learned many things from it ("Kaisekigawa" [comments on paintings by Kaiseki NORO]).
  121. Especially in Mahayana Buddhism, Shomon was called Arakan and was distinguished from Buddha critically.
  122. Especially in Omi (Shiga Prefecture), many people believed Rennyo so that 無碍光本尊 was worshiped in many villages.
  123. Especially in Osaka, Shinkai and Sukehiro appeared, who developed a magnificent style called Osaka Shinto (Osaka New Swords).
  124. Especially in Sado, making tea outdoor is called Nodate.
  125. Especially in Shinano Province where the Sanada and the Ashita clans adopted Mishima-goyomi, and the Suwa and the Ogasawara clans adopted Kyo-goyomi (a calendar made by the Onyoryo - Bureau of Divination - in Kyoto), confusion occurred because a leap month occurred differently within the same province.
  126. Especially in Tokyo, a price stabilization council is held to deliberate the application.
  127. Especially in a state where a succession race was likely to occur and the emperor favors a specific concubine over others, her relatives were often raised as the guardian of successor candidates under the direct Imperial rule allowing them to have a great political influence.
  128. Especially in agricultural areas, many households have one truck for agricultural work in addition to cars owned by each spouse.
  129. Especially in areas of bad traffic conditions due to unpaved roads, hand trucks (such as large carts and trailers towed by bicycle) and bicycles are not easy to use for carrying things.
  130. Especially in areas that had few Satoyama in proportion to the number of habitants, the management of Satoyama was extremely strict and not so much as a bunch of grass or tree branch was allowed to be carried off without permission, and those who broke the rule were sometimes subject to fair punishment.
  131. Especially in battle, it was improved as well as for Yumiya, so it can be thought of as a shadow hero, an arm to support Yumiya.
  132. Especially in calligraphy, she was so good that people praised her as a founder of her own school.
  133. Especially in large cities, partly because there are quite a few customers who flag down a taxi on a street without reservation or take a taxi at a station and partly because most taxi drivers have their own cell phones, there are some taxis without a wireless system.
  134. Especially in merchant families in the Kinki region, it is said that 'a family with only one Kamon should not be called an old-established family' so that a family with successive Onnamon is often reverently regarded as a considerable old family.
  135. Especially in mystery and suspense films, these descriptions that anticipate and set the mood for the future events were important, so he went to any expense to achieve them.
  136. Especially in recent years, for the purpose of rationalization, sidings and passing tracks have been removed, resulting in reduction in resilience against disruption in the time schedule.
  137. Especially in restaurants which serve sake, sushis are sometimes served in the state of sashimi.
  138. Especially in rural areas (towns and villages), the ceremony is held during the above period.
  139. Especially in sado (tea ceremony), many kinds of kazarimusubi were invented and used for the purpose of closing and decorating shifuku (tea caddy bag) and they also functioned as a key to seal the bag in the way that it cannot be opened easily.
  140. Especially in shoen, nengu (render) collection was sometimes referred to as kanno.
  141. Especially in some radical organizations, their own shakubuku activities are sometimes called Orugu (organizer) using an analogy from inducement activities for acquiring new activists by each party sect during the heyday of radical groups from 1965 to 1975.
  142. Especially in supermarkets in big cities, takoyaki restaurants, located near the entrance, attract shoppers who visit the supermarket.
  143. Especially in terms of phoneme, the Roman script version of Jesuit Mission Press and various kinds of materials had many distinctive characteristics such as detailed descriptions of unvoiced and voiced consonants, and open and closed prolonged sounds.
  144. Especially in the 11th century, a number of fire disasters occurred in dairi (the Imperial Palace), main temples and shrines, and it was difficult to levy extraordinary taxes for their reconstruction.
  145. Especially in the 24th and 25th volumes which describe the Taika Reforms there are many grammatical deviations affected by Japanese.
  146. Especially in the Azuchi-Momoyama period, gilded Shachigawara (Shachihoko tile), Onigawara and eaves-end tiles were used (gilded tiles).
  147. Especially in the Battle of Hetsugigawa in December, Toyotomi's side led by Hidehisa SENGOKU, Assistant Deputy General suffered a crushing defeat losing powerful busho (Japanese military commanders) including Nobuchika CHOSOKABE and Masayasu SOGO.
  148. Especially in the Bunka era (1804-1818) and the Bunsei era (1818-1830), very talented students entered his school.
  149. Especially in the Edo period, it referred to daimyo (a feudal lord) who moved out from the Tokugawa gosanke (three privileged branch families of Tokugawa) and founded its own domain.
  150. Especially in the Hokuriku region, a rice-producing region, clans employed a number of tamori to protect their paddies from being damaged by cold weather and focus on stabilization of rice cultivation.
  151. Especially in the Kamakura-kubo (shogunate) Ashikaga family, among the influential warriors of the Kanto region, 8 families received the Yakata title and were called Kanto Hachiyakata.
  152. Especially in the Kinai region, the rice-field donation to dominant temples and shrines became active.
  153. Especially in the Kita-za company, where two leading actors were promoted, one of its branch families, the Gonzaemon family, was forced to disband.
  154. Especially in the Period of Northern and Southern Courts, as financial difficulties became more serious, the Imperial Court commanded each government office to set up Dairi-ritsubunseki (Imperial pro rata checkpoints, also called Dairi-ritsubunsho) in order to ensure their income.
  155. Especially in the Tokyo metropolitan area where Jodo Shinshu Sect has not been so prevalent from the beginning, many monto, though they belong to temples affiliated to Jodo Shinshu Sect, are confusing the rituals and manners of other sects with those of Jodo Shinshu Sect.
  156. Especially in the United States, Japanese dishes are quite popular and are highly evaluated.
  157. Especially in the areas around former Sagami Province, many koshin towers had been built.
  158. Especially in the case of Ogasawara, it was after the return to the mainland in 1968 that the same public administration system as in the mainland was established.
  159. Especially in the case of Seijin-shiki ceremony for children of baby boomers, it happened that the number of people who could not enter the ceremony hall was actually larger than the number of people who could enter.
  160. Especially in the case of the Gohojo clan, it led to seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) of Ujimasa HOJO, and it also caused Masamune DATE, Harumasa NANBU, and Yoshiaki MOGAMI to return to their allegiance to Hideyoshi (Ou shioki or the punishment of Ou).
  161. Especially in the castles of the western provinces, many niju (double) yaguras and hira (single) yaguras were built aside.
  162. Especially in the early Edo period, Soba was generally eaten as Soba-dumplings (Sobagaki), because Soba-noodles (Sobakiri) had not become popular yet.
  163. Especially in the eastern regions, this class of leading men had a distinctive character and even though they were zaichokanjin, they often defied kokushi or caused armed conflicts.
  164. Especially in the education department for teacher training, set in each prefecture, a laboratory for Shosha and Shodo education is available to give specialized education.
  165. Especially in the era governed by Saimei, a huge stone-made facility was constructed, made up of large stone buildings and mountains.
  166. Especially in the field of consular jurisdiction, it turned out to contain the most unfavorable regulations for Japan and was consequently applied to other western great powers as well
  167. Especially in the first stage, translations were often published.
  168. Especially in the highest Ryoseikoku called Taikoku, Daisakan and Shosakan were established.
  169. Especially in the highest rank of Ryoseikoku provinces called Taigoku, Daijo, meaning Higher Jo, and Shojo, meaning Lower Jo, were established.
  170. Especially in the late Muromachi period, the term "Kubo" was used as the title of the Ashikaga Shogun Family who were dominant in exercising governmental authority of the Shogun.
  171. Especially in the loca area, the solid ingredients in miso soup have been called 'mi' instead of 'gu' traditionally like mi of otsuke.
  172. Especially in the northern part of Dewa Province, there were no shoen but only koryo (public lands), so some people say it cannot be asserted that the Oshu Fujiwara clan extended its power this far in the region.
  173. Especially in the offensive and defensive battle of Usui-jo Castle, Shirai Nyudo JOSAN, a strategist who took over command from Tanesada HARA with a troop of 2,000 soldiers severely defeated the Uesugi army with a military force of 15,000 soldiers at least seven times bigger than that of Tanesada.
  174. Especially in the open battle, he was always at the forefront in spite of his being taisho (general) and made a sortie, crying 'Katta!' (I won).
  175. Especially in the period dramas encouraging the good and punishing the evil, they are essential roles as they always end up being punished by the main character (or his colleagues) in spite of their overpowering demeanor and tough look.
  176. Especially in the philosophy of Onmyo, it is not hard to imagine that term was applied to various aspects of things including the relationship between men and women, which are considered to be of opposite elements.
  177. Especially in the society of nobles, the genealogy of the maternal line was a criterion of prosperity of the family and promotions; and the ones whose mothers were Naishino were described as Mikobara (children by Himemiko) and regarded as the children of noble birth, along with Kisaibara (children by empress).
  178. Especially in the study of classical literature, bibliographic studies are also often carried out.
  179. Especially in the two provinces of Jella and Gyeorgsang that have a complicated Archipelago Area, facing Japan and located in the south of the peninsular, two naval commanders were placed both in the right and left, and the number of suigun banko in each province was fifteen, which was rather large.
  180. Especially in this program, the setting is twisted in which Ojo and Obo fall in love, which represents the overmature social conditions of the Edo period.
  181. Especially in works of fiction, such as suspense stories and mysteries, Katakiuchi is often made the setting for the motive of crime.
  182. Especially in yakuza movies, the kiseru is used as a prop to express boss's decision by waving the kiseru in his mouth.
  183. Especially indispensable to the Tokyo-style ramen as a topping.
  184. Especially inheritance and assignment of property are explained in as many as nineteen cases.
  185. Especially it is a delicate case when the spirit is related to illness.
  186. Especially it is said his victories in the Jisho-Juei War was owed to the instruction of 'Toranomaki' (Part of the Tiger) of "Rikuto" that he learned, and from this anecdote, a secret guide to success began to be called 'Toranomaki.'
  187. Especially it is seen obviously in Someiyoshino that cherry blossoms open before the leaves come.
  188. Especially it refers to dancing to shigin (a form of Japanese poetry, which is usually chanted).
  189. Especially its principal objects of worship are skulls, of which there are several kinds including ogashira (a big head), kogashira (a small head) and gachiringyo (a head round as the moon).
  190. Especially many anja are in Chinese Zen sect temples.
  191. Especially news reporters often use this word, as in 'a landslide carried minka away.'
  192. Especially noted people in this side are Shigeki KAIZUKA, Zenryu TSUKAMOTO, and Akira FUJIEDA in East Asian history, Kojiro YOSHIKAWA in Chinese literature, Takeo KUWABARA in French literature, Sasuke NAKAO in botany, and Kinji IMANISHI who achieved the results widening from ecology to anthropology.
  193. Especially permeated flavor of miso paste is favored.
  194. Especially roku-shaku fundoshi is popular among some gays because it covers the private parts only so that it exaggerate the crotch part and also exposes the buttocks.
  195. Especially since matsuriya and matsuri yumi were performed actively as a Shinto ritual, many common people who might have been selected as an archer to tell fortunes in the region went to matoba and learned from the masters.
  196. Especially since the Bunkyu era (1861- 1864), the political situation in Japan grew tense, and the domains began to accumulate a stockpile of rice for emergency, and as a consequence the market became short of rice in spite of its rich harvest.
  197. Especially since the latter one was led by Fumimaro KONOE, Kenkyukai suffered a great loss of prestige (in the connection, later, members of Kenkyukai were excluded from the three KONOE Cabinets.
  198. Especially the "Horibata" and "Torimono" scenes were received well and brought Sadanji into prominence.
  199. Especially the "Jungle bath" in enormous scale was well known.
  200. Especially the Mokujiki study was famous for taking the opportunity of the discovery of Mokujikibutsu of Muneyoshi YANAGI.
  201. Especially the Takenokoshi family was the leader of the Fuigo party which was the object of Aomatsuba Incident.
  202. Especially the actual inscription of Tenjukoku mandara shucho (embroidery) exists only partially, so its record is valuable.
  203. Especially the area south of Omachi Yotsukado (the crossing of Omachi) was once the most prosperous street in Kamakura.
  204. Especially the dispute between Odaka and Miyazawa and the dispute between Sasaki and Watsuji are well known.
  205. Especially the first article 'Deliberative assemblies shall be widely established and all matters decided by open discussion' was not intended for popularly-elected parliament at the beginning, but later it was considered as a basis of introduction of popularly-elected parliament.
  206. Especially the former is famous as a myth in which Yamato Takeru, who called himself Osu no Mikoto in those days, dressed up as a woman, sneaked into a bedchamber of Kumaso Takeru brothers and killed them, then he was given the name of younger brother Takeru at that time.
  207. Especially the heads of Tokugawa "gosanke" and "gosankyo" (three privileged branches of the Tokugawa family, respectively) who referred to themselves as 'TOKUGAWA' were limited to male descendants through a line of males from Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and if the line of the Tokugawa Shogunate family failed, they played a role to provide an heir.
  208. Especially the history towns which conserved the rows of houses and buildings were of great value in the historical and cultural sense so, they were designated as World Heritage sites or Important traditional building Preservation Area, or they were considered tourist destinations.
  209. Especially the latter two cases can be considered invaluable because they were given a chance to debut using the scarce resources of Kihachi Productions Co., Ltd.
  210. Especially the made-for-video film starring Riki TAKEUCHI
  211. Especially the monks who were in charge of personal care and assisting the clerical work of betto or sango at the sobo, were called bokan.
  212. Especially the report to Ise-jinju Shrine should be completed at an early stage, where Kososhin (the Goddess who is the Founder of the Imperial Family), Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) is enshrined.
  213. Especially the revision of the sakekabu system in the Genroku era (in 1697) was implemented seriously and business tax for sake breweries had been introduced which lasted until 1709.
  214. Especially the theory of legitimate reasons was a model of Saigo's activity, and he thought that the ancient culture of Japan, tradition (including the Emperor) and morality were these legitimate reasons, and in protecting them from invasion by imperialistic countries, and that he was brought up for that.
  215. Especially the three Mongolian soldiers standing face to face with Suenaga (refer to the picture above) are thought to have been added in the early-modern period, because they are apparently different in their equipages, or depicted in different ways from other Mongolian soldiers in the same picture scrolls.
  216. Especially the transom between Tasogare no ma and Fuji no ma has a uniquely designed and carved Chrysanthemum pattern.
  217. Especially these two, from book 2 onwards, keep reappearing as key persons who would set the course of each story (though they are the ones most unaware of that fact).
  218. Especially those that came via Luzon, Philippines, are called 'Luzon' and are much emphasized in chatsubo.
  219. Especially to Renjun, who was the maternal grandfather of Shonyo and the only priest who lived in the Kinai region, Jitsunyo entrusted Shonyo and asked him to be his guardian.
  220. Especially towards authority of the Imperial Family, the book quotes him as saying, "If for some reason a King is needed, let us have one made of wood or metal, and let all the live Kings be banished."
  221. Especially using Kamon of a higher class, such as Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) or Shogun (general) created more friction.
  222. Especially well-known types were in the form of kassen-e (picture of war) where common people punish a big catfish or a conflict between them is depicted.
  223. Especially what made him famous can be that he made the draft of the imperial order for the Restoration of Imperial Rule which was presented at the Kogosho Conference (the meeting held in the presence of the Emperor in the Kogosho Conference Room of Kyoto Imperial Palace at the night of December 9, 1867, when the Decree for the Restoration of Imperial Rule was issued).
  224. Especially when Empress Genmei took the Throne, there were still some persons alive including ISONOKAMI no Maro who knew the reign of Emperor Tenchi.
  225. Especially when Gyoko to a specific place, the name of the place is added.
  226. Especially when a radio cassette recorder grew popular, it was used as a karaoke device (many of the radio cassette recorders had a loudspeaker function connected to a microphone).
  227. Especially when it came to education, he duly understood Motoda's philosophy based on Confucianism, he was frustrated when Fujimaro TANAKA and Arinori MORI who were both educational debaters preferred the western way of thinking, were appointed as educational administrators.
  228. Especially when the young people in the Imperial family or court nobles began to join temples as monzeki (successor of a temple), important posts came to be succeeded by these monzeki.
  229. Especially when withdrawing, after being called by Otsugi, pointing at his face as 'It is not here that people like.'
  230. Especially while broiling, keep some distance from the flame until golden brown.
  231. Especially with Nihon Shinbun, he became the judge to select seals which were sent from the public and make comments on them along with Zoroku HAMAMURA.
  232. Especially, "Ototo" (Brother) in 1960, which was beautifully described as the affection between sister and brother in the Taisho era shot by Kazuo MIYAGAWA, was selected for the top ten of Kinema Junpo for the first time in his career.
  233. Especially, "Umanosu" his performance of pretending to pick up beans with the chopsticks and eat them was said to be a masterpiece.
  234. Especially, 'Ueno' located near the Miyajimaguchi Station is famous because it has not increased the variety of ekiben, selling only 'anagomeshi.'
  235. Especially, 'Utai Libretto Revised in the Meiwa Era,' the first edition of which was published in 1765, had 210 pieces including reprints, being the largest in scale among Utai-bon officially recognized so far.
  236. Especially, Act three is a supplementary work by Mokuami KAWAKITA, of which his rich description exhaustively shows his mature literary style.
  237. Especially, Akitomo who served as denso (job title to relay message of court's people to Emperor) under the Retired Emperor Gosaga took the central role in the Retired Emperor Gosaga's government.
  238. Especially, Choei broke out of prison after he was imprisoned and then was killed after escaping by the capturers, Sanei committed suicide for fear of being arrested, and Kazan met his tragic end by committing suicide by disembowelment after he was sentenced to imprisonment (being confined to his house).
  239. Especially, Choin, who was dubbed the 'first disciple,' was bestowed instructions on the Way of Tea called 'Kokoro no Fumi' (Heart's Note).
  240. Especially, Daihoyo (Daieshiki) held once ten years is called 'Shoryoe' and on that occasion, bugaku (music accompanying traditional Japanese court dances) in which players dance along to gagaku (ceremonial court music) performed by Sanpo gakusho (organization of transmission of gagaku) is dedicated.
  241. Especially, Doyo SASAKI (Takauji KYOGOKU), who was the father-in-law of Ujiyori SHIBA who was the third son of Takatsune, hated Takatsune because Takatsune had made Yoshimasa kanrei rejecting Ujiyori whom Doyo had pushed, and both were in fierce conflict.
  242. Especially, Eisai drew stringent criticism for engaging in the Daishi-go Ryo-go movement by steering the bakufu.
  243. Especially, FUJIWARA no Michinaga and his son, FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, controlled the court government for 70 years in tandem and built the regency at the height of its prosperity.
  244. Especially, Goma-dofu (crushed sesame seeds boiled in water and chilled like tofu) cooked by a priestess Murasemyodo, the landlady of the hermitage, is peerless.
  245. Especially, Goto often disappointed the members of the Freedom and People's Rights Movement by having been bought off by the government.
  246. Especially, Gyonen studied Kegon and gave lectures on it in various places.
  247. Especially, Hisao was so excellent a performer as to be called a second coming of Zeami; there were many Noh actors affected by him, including Tetsunojo KANZE (the eighth) (Shizuo KANZE) and Kuroemon KATAYAMA (the ninth).
  248. Especially, Honjo in Sumida Ward, Tokyo Prefecture are famous for that.
  249. Especially, Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) succeeded in taking a close-up picture of the Crown Prince standing on the deck by using a 600-mm telephoto lens, which surprised viewers.
  250. Especially, Kifu of Nichiren was said to be the oldest Kifu in Japan, however it is now believed to be a work of later generations.
  251. Especially, Kiyokata KABURAKI visited Yoshitoshi's house from his childhood.
  252. Especially, Mino ashiginu (silk textile) made in Mino Province and Modano nuno (hemp fabric) made in Kazusa Province had enjoyed an established reputation for their high quality from old times.
  253. Especially, Nichiren energetically spread the thought in "Rissho Ankoku-ron" and preached that the country and people would be saved by erection of the Kokuritsu kaidan (the establishment of the National High Sanctuary).
  254. Especially, Seido insisted on the rule of Goju-soden (Fivefold Transmission) because Jodo Shu has a succession of dogma and genealogy, and tried to integrate various sects by organization of genealogy and dogma.
  255. Especially, Shoku, the founder of the Nishiyama school of the Jodo sect, wrote "the Commentary on Taima Mandala" in 1223, made more than a dozen copies of Taima Mandala and enshrined them in various countries, which contributed the spread of Taima Mandala.
  256. Especially, Tateishi was in contact with Dairaku who was being given shelter in the domain of Kurume.
  257. Especially, Tenpo-tsuho issued following the advice of Mitsunori GOTO who was Gokin Aratame-yaku was casted at the initiative of kin-za.
  258. Especially, Todai-ji Temple was given heavy damage; most of major buildings including the statue of Birushana Buddha were lost, and all but those apart from the center such as Hokke-do Hall, Nigatsudo Temple, Tengaimon (literally, "the gate of shifting the evil") and Shoso-in Treasure Repository burned to the ground.
  259. Especially, Tomoyasu was the spearhead of the war party, claiming that he had received an oracle from Ise-daijingu Shrine ("Kikki" [a diary of Tsunefusa YOSHIDA], entry of January 6, 1184).
  260. Especially, Udon noodles with many kinds of toppings (more than eight different toppings) are often called 'Okame Udon' (derived from 'Okame hachimoku,' a Japanese proverb meaning bystander can judge the situation easier than the person concerned) in Tokyo and some areas of the western Japan.
  261. Especially, Yoshitsune's having received the title from the court without asking for his master's permission was deemed serious, because this act threatened the existing base of Yoritomo, who was not yet in the position to grant titles.
  262. Especially, Yuka FUJIMURA insists that in most makurakotoba 'makurakotoba' have almost the same meaning as 'himakura.'
  263. Especially, a high value was placed upon Mato-hajime (first shoot in the beginning of the year - later called Jarai).
  264. Especially, a school of Iwami-kagura in the west part of Shimane Prefecture and the northwest of Hiroshima Prefecture has now established as an amusement art which is popular among people including children.
  265. Especially, a space on the top of shumidan is called 'kuden' (zushi) (a kind of feretory) where honzon is enshrined.
  266. Especially, after becoming 'onari' for receiving the Muromachi Shogunate, it gradually developed into a feast.
  267. Especially, an open-air bath made of a huge Japanese zelkova stump is covered with a lot of deposits.
  268. Especially, at the beginning of 1970s, with the number of the large parties of tourists visiting Ogoto onsen increased, the red-light area was also built on a broad scale.
  269. Especially, brooches for western dress have been converted into obidome since the prewar period.
  270. Especially, concerning battles or wars, it is said that the term 'ikusa'(射交矢) comes from the words '射交わす矢(いくわすさ)' (ikuwasusa, that is, arrows which are shot) (the word "矢・箭" is pronounced as "sa" in the ancient word).
  271. Especially, due to abundant dietary fiber, iron, calcium, etc. contained in kelp, it is popular as a health food.
  272. Especially, he actively got involved in international issues related to China after the Sino-Japanese War.
  273. Especially, he considered that "Myohorenge-kyo" ("Miaofa Lianhua-jing" commonly translated as "the Lotus Sutra") which was said to have been translated into Chinese by Kumaraju (Kumaarajiiva) was the best translation.
  274. Especially, he correctly guessed the time and place of victory of Nihonkai Kaisen (Naval battle of Japan sea) for the request from Gentaro KODAMA in 1904, so IINO gained the trust from many distinguished people.
  275. Especially, he excelled in playing the role of Akoya, a role of "Dannoura kabuto gunki" (The War Chronicles at Dannoura) so much that the theater was filled with big crowds whenever he played the role.
  276. Especially, he is said to have played a central role by handling practical matters, in the implementation of 'Kazan shinsei (new laws issued by Emperor Kazan),' including Manor Regulation Acts.
  277. Especially, he was good at 'sekifu' (projection or seeing an object through a cover), and he once performed it in front of the Emperor.
  278. Especially, he was often compared with Baiko ONOE VII..
  279. Especially, he was on very good terms with Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Haruhito (Kokaku Emperor's brother).
  280. Especially, he was recognized by Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA in Kanjin Noh (performances held to raise subscriptions for the construction of shrines or temples) played at Rakuchu Imakumano in around 1374.
  281. Especially, he was reportedly engrossed in playing Mah-jong until he arrived at Southampton.
  282. Especially, heikyoku which had been the typical profession in todoza since the Kamakura period became less popular among the blind, but the popularity subsided in the Edo period and instead the blind specialized in jiuta and so music was more common.
  283. Especially, high-purity kanten is used for the cataphoresis of nucleic acid (cataphoresis of agarose gel).
  284. Especially, his third son, FUJIWARA no Mototsune was adopted by Yoshifusa, and produced many Tojo Family (Family Rank of Kugyo), starting with Gosekke (the Five Regent Families) descendants.
  285. Especially, in 1986 and 1987, it consecutively won both of Koshien Bowl (the play-off for University championship between the Kanto league winner and the Kansai one) and Rice Bowl (Japanese championship).
  286. Especially, in February 1676, Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the first) premiered "Kotobuki Soga no Taimen" (The Tale of the Soga Brothers) and SOGA no Goro performed by him was became a big hit.
  287. Especially, in Kabuki and Classical Rakugo (classical comic story-telling), unimportant words in the original lines are sometimes replaced with today's related 'person of the day' or 'topic of the day', and the audience cannot help grinning at such a scene.
  288. Especially, in cases where a member of the Nikaido or Sasaki clans who acted as Toshi (messenger from the Kamakura bakufu to the Imperial court in Kyoto) was dispatched this was called 'buke moshi kotoba' (report informing the Court of the bakufu's intention).
  289. Especially, in managing the fields, Minbu-sho played a key role in dealing with various affairs related to the title to an estate, which was a by-product of the development of Shoen (manor) since the mid Heian period.
  290. Especially, in the case of Yumeji TAKEHISA, he was active in the Taisho period in particular, so the ups and downs of the period were synchronized with those of his thoughts, acts and works.
  291. Especially, in the case of assassination of Shonan YOKOI and Masujiro OMURA, Juro KOGA and Nobuyoshi KAIEDA in danjodai who should have cracked down on it criticized the policy of Yokoi and Omura.
  292. Especially, in the case where sodium benzoate as a preservative is not contained, a white film of yeast (film yeast) may be developed all over the soy-sauce.
  293. Especially, it forms fictitious circles to recruit university students. The method is similar to those used by other new religious groups such as The Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity and Setsuri (providence) cult group.
  294. Especially, it is found in many early-stage tumuli in eastern Japan.
  295. Especially, it is said that Chinese ink sticks produced in and after the Cultural Revolution in 1966 are bad in quality.
  296. Especially, its surface was smooth, glossy, and beautiful with good durability, so that it was preferably used to make a book for permanent preservation by the upper class.
  297. Especially, kokujin in the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) had quite a strong inclination for independence, which was exemplified by the case that the shugo (the Hosokawa clan) failed to achieve the "Hikanization" of kokujin in Yamashiro Province, Tamba Province and other provinces despite having spent several decades.
  298. Especially, many of those made by the dynasties of northern ethnic groups were rough as they were not used to the kanin system itself.
  299. Especially, many peasants flew into Edo from rural areas due to famines, and the shogunate government often promulgated the orders to support peasants to return their own communities financially.
  300. Especially, newspapers strongly condemned students as if they committed "lese majesty," including Kyoto Shimbun which posted the article "Disrespect for the Emperor and Kyoto University's responsibility" on November 13.
  301. Especially, putting obidome studded with diamond, sapphire, emerald and pearls on obijime in a party or reception was extremely popular when people wore formal kimono such as 'iro tomesode' (kimono marked with the family crests) and maru obi (a round-shaped kimono band).
  302. Especially, recognition of the importance of the original Kabuki style spread, which tended to be underestimated during and after the Meiji period.
  303. Especially, she made an immense contribution to shooting the three movies produced by the Art Theatre Guild (ATG) and "Rainbow Kids."
  304. Especially, since most personnel who knew well about Europe and America were naturally those who had studied abroad and they were former retainers of shogun, this caused strong antipathy from Toshimichi Okubo who thought the fastest way of reformation was to wipe out old retainers of shogun.
  305. Especially, since obi for traditional Japanese clothes are broad enough to include various designs, obi became ornamental apart from its original functions as obi.
  306. Especially, some unsophisticated feudal lords in local provinces showed off the thick and long topknot, which stuck out from the top of the head, as if they put a semicylindrical-shaped Kamaboko (fish sausage) on their head.
  307. Especially, the Battle of Kawanakajima, which was implemented five times, is well known since it is often a subject matter of stories in future generations.
  308. Especially, the Empress Teimei seemed to favor the Imperial Princess Chichibu Setsuko, who was the wife of her second son, Chichibu no Miya, and had an intimate relationship with her.
  309. Especially, the Fujiwara clan owned Kangakuin, one of Daigaku-besso (private dormitories/lecture-halls located in Daigaku-ryo), which was believed to have been established in rivalry with Monjoin, and worked, en masse, to enhance the family's presence in the educational scene.
  310. Especially, the Hiramatsu family had a close tie with the Nejime clan, vassal of the Shimazu clan.
  311. Especially, the Mibu family reacted sharply because their former subordinate officials, including those of the Palace Storehouse Bureau, were taken over by the Hirata family, which culminated in the dispute between 'suino' Mototada HIRATA and 'kanmu' Takasuke MIBU in 1634.
  312. Especially, the Parthian shot was a well known technique of shooting bows in Europe, and was where bows continued to be shot at enemies when leaving, without facing them to give them hard time.
  313. Especially, the Tokuro MIYAKE family and the Matasaburo NOMURA family were allowed to maintain their individualities; for example, they had the privilege of possessing their original Rikugi (Kyogen scripts, a jargon exclusively used in the Izumi school).
  314. Especially, the clothes awarded to koshin (Emperor's family members) were called "Oroku" (王禄), a part of which given especially to a princess (a title without the imperial proclamation for an entitlement of an Imperial Princess) was called "Oroku"(女王禄) (same in pronunciation but different in writing).
  315. Especially, the custom started in the insei period (period of the government by the Retired Emperor) and became popular.
  316. Especially, the defeat in the second match seemingly gave President George H. W. Bush a shock.
  317. Especially, the demotion of the sons of the emperors was called 'Issei no Genji' (Minamoto clan of the first generation) and they were given preferential treatment in regard to their position.
  318. Especially, the establishment of the writing system in Japanese was an excellent product.
  319. Especially, the festival in Sukhothai is most outstanding.
  320. Especially, the fulfilling Chinese Buddhist scriptures translated by Kumaraju in the fourth century gave a great impact on the spread of Hokuden bukkyo in the surrounding countries where kanji (Chinese characters) was used as common international writing.
  321. Especially, the introduction of the Zen sect during the Kamakura period contributed to the development of Shojin ryori.
  322. Especially, the involvement of Kido and Okubo, who had been brothers-in-arms with Hirosawa after the Satsuma-Choshu Alliance was concluded, was extremely unlikely.
  323. Especially, the latter meeting is noteworthy in the history as the meeting in which formation of 'Goken sanpa' (cooperative framework of three political parties advocating the party system) was agreed.
  324. Especially, the learning of The Ghe LEE affected Razan HAYASHI, Ansai YAMAZAKI, and others in Japan.
  325. Especially, the line in "Kaimokumyo" which says "the teachings of ichinen sanzen is the true teaching of the Lotus Sutra, and written in the Juryobon" (Longevity Chapter) is famous.
  326. Especially, the lower part of the picture is totally lost and filled with a picture, but the original fabric remains in comparatively good condition in some parts such as right kyoji (attendant figures) (on the observers' left) of Amida Sanzon (Amida Triad).
  327. Especially, the name combined Ingo and Igo is commonly called Inkoji and Inshinshi.
  328. Especially, the posthumous names from Emperor Ojin through Emperor Keitai are generally simple and there are ones such as Wakatakeru, which were clearly proven to be the real names when alive.
  329. Especially, the resentment against Tomomi IWAKURA, Minister of the Right and Toshimichi OKUBO, Secretary of Interior, who led the aforementioned debate in place of Sanetomi SANJO, the Grand Minister who had to retire due to sudden illness, was increasingly grown.
  330. Especially, the role of Okaya of "Kanadehon Chushingura" (a Kabuki program) and that of an old mother Otoku of "Sesshu Gappogatsuji" (a Kabuki program based on Joruri) were most successful parts played by him in the course of his lifetime.
  331. Especially, the scene, 'gozonji suzugamori' of "Ukiyozukahiyokunoinazuma" (inazuma soshi) written by Nanboku TSURUYA (the fourth) is the most important work.
  332. Especially, the shop located in the Imamiya-jinja Shrine is said to be the oldest Japanese sweet shop operating since the Heian period, which is said to have served aburimochi to starved people on the entrance path to the shrine during the Onin War and during other times of famine.
  333. Especially, the third Shogun, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, favored it very much and practiced Taka-gari hundreds times during his reign as Shogun.
  334. Especially, the three imperial princesses - Inoe, Sakahito, and Asahara - are rare cases who became Saigu across three generations of mothers and daughters.
  335. Especially, the tradition inherited from generation to generation and the authority to keep the status and presence as the leader in the field were considered very important.
  336. Especially, the trials against theft, arson, and murder were harshly punished and many were sentenced to death.
  337. Especially, the year of 1052 was deemed as the first year of Mappo and many sutra mounds were built since people were scared.
  338. Especially, there are many instances where T-jitai are used by a patient who will undergo a laparotomy or a patient who has received an external injury around the legs or hips.
  339. Especially, there is a confusion about the family tree before Tametsugu who appeared in this "Oshu Gosannen Ki," and there is a description of Shoji (administrator of a manor) of the Miura manor from the generation of Yoshitsugu, a son of Tametsugu.
  340. Especially, they have many kinds of parfaits that are rare in other university cafeterias.
  341. Especially, tofu made with peanuts is a common food in Okinawa Prefecture and it is called 'jimami-dofu.'
  342. Especially, vulnerable parts such as openings and tips (kojiri) of scabbards are strengthened by metals, and hanging rings for taiken (to wear a sword) and decorative fittings are sometimes added.
  343. Especially, when seiryu-buai is used to refer to rice, a term, seiryu-mai is also used.
  344. Especially, when the vindictive spirit of SUGAWARA no Michizane turned to Tenjin belief, he was regarded as Tenbu (deities who reside in a heavenly realm, one of six realms in which the souls of living beings transmigrate from one to another) according to Buddhistic logic.
  345. Especially, with regard to the unit of length, the length per unit became longer with the times until the length was fixed at about 3 centimeters for 1 sun in and after Tang Dynasty.
  346. Espousing theatre entertainment suitable for the upper class in a civilized nation, the organization proposed eradicating actors of female roles (hiring actresses), abolishing a passage through the audience to the stage, and upgrading theatres.
  347. Espresso cans
  348. Essay by Hakusanosonjin, Chuo Koronsha, 1957
  349. Essay by Kansetsu, Chuo Bijutsu sha, 1925
  350. Essays
  351. Essays and Literary Criticisms
  352. Essays and other miscellaneous writings
  353. Essays on history
  354. Essence of Novels
  355. Essence of basic wrapping methods
  356. Essential history of 'Kotoage' ritual
  357. Essential oil is used for aromatherapy.
  358. Essentially the only source regarding the origin and history of Joruri-ji Temple is the 14th century record "Joruri-ji Ruki no Koto" (records of jewels, territory, equipments of Joruri-ji Temple) handed down at the temple.
  359. Essentially towns and villages employed guards due to eliminating outsiders or beggars to maintain the community, but Hinin served as the role (Ban-Hinin, Hinin-ban).
  360. Essentially, Coming-of-Age Day is for those who turn twenty from the day after the last Coming-of-Age Day to the day of the present one (For example, for Coming-of-Age Day in 1998, those who turned twenty from January 16, 1997 to January 15, 1998).
  361. Essentially, kan is not done to Ginjoshu (high-quality sake brewed at low temperatures from rice grains milled to 60 % weight or less) even though it is a kind of Japanese sake, but some people lightly put on kan to it because 'hidden fragrance appears.'
  362. Essentially, tea utensils should be actually used to realize their values; however, sometimes gifted utensils were just displayed and observed, and hesitated to be used for serving tea for the sake of showing respect to the giver of the gift.
  363. Essentially, the Yorioya-Yoriko relationship was a private contractual relationship, but during the Sengoku period (period of warring states) (Japan), it gradually became semi-compulsory.
  364. Essentially, the remains are named after oaza (an administrative unit) or koaza (small administrative unit of a village) of the location.
  365. Essentially, these jargons should not be used by customers.
  366. Establish a uniform local government system under the control of the central government.
  367. Establish family registers, yearly tax records, and a law for rice field allotment.
  368. Establish of a samurai government
  369. Established Control of the Sengoku Period Daimyo
  370. Established Doshisha Preparatory School.
  371. Established Doshisha University with the Faculty of Letters (School of Theology, Department of English), Faculty of Law (Department of Political Science, Department of Economics), Graduate School, and a preparatory course.
  372. Established November, 1875 ? June, 1886
  373. Established Open Courseware.
  374. Established Shingi Shingon Sect.
  375. Established a bible class called "Yoka" at the Doshisha English School.
  376. Established as Nihon Ikebana Geijutsu Kyokai (Japan Ikebana Association).
  377. Established as a co-ed school in February 1925.
  378. Established as a subsidiary of Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., the Eizan Electric Railway has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Keihan Electric Railway since 2002.
  379. Established as per the Acts of Colleges in December 1927.
  380. Established at Anhachi-gun, Mino Province in 835 and government operated.
  381. Established at Toichi-gun, Yamato Province in 761.
  382. Established by 'Fukuoka Gaikokugo Gakuen' Foundation in February 1947.
  383. Established by Ikuta Kengyo in Kyoto in Genroku era.
  384. Established by Nanzan Junior High School Foundation in July 1946.
  385. Established by a popular actor of the time named Chiezo Kataoka, its own studio was constructed in Sagano a year after its establishment.
  386. Established by integrating the Faculty of High Grade English Language and the Faculty of Law and Economy of Doshisha Technical School in April 1944.
  387. Established by the Zenkoku Ichinomiya kai
  388. Established during the Oei era (1394 - 1428) by Daigo Osho in the Takagamine area of the Rakuhoku district (Kita Ward, Kyoto City) and relocated to its current location by Ishin Suden in around 1605.
  389. Established for policing the northern frontier in 1802, when the bakufu confiscated the Ezo lands that had been part of the Matsumae Domain.
  390. Established for supervision of Kofuku-ji Temple, Todai-ji Temple and other large temples in Nara, and rule over their temple towns (Nara-machi/Nara Kita-machi).
  391. Established in 1486 as Yoshimasa's private Buddhist hall.
  392. Established in 1854 (the time of the 31st Shose Yuzen)
  393. Established in 1885.
  394. Established in 1938 (Originally a street stall. Started buiness as a store in 1947).
  395. Established in 1947 with a store on Imadegawa-dori Street in Kita-Shirakawa, Sakyo Ward.
  396. Established in 1953
  397. Established in 1953 (It was originally a cheap restaurant, 'Asahi restaurant.' In 1956 it started to specialize in ramen, and changed its name to the present 'Daiichi-Asahi').
  398. Established in 1958
  399. Established in 1959
  400. Established in 1960:
  401. Established in 1961
  402. Established in 1961.
  403. Established in 1971 (Originally a street stall. Established as a store in 1974).
  404. Established in 1971 (Originally a street stall. Established as a store in 1977).
  405. Established in 1971.
  406. Established in 1972.
  407. Established in 1974.
  408. Established in 1981
  409. Established in 1992.
  410. Established in 1994.
  411. Established in 1997.
  412. Established in 1998 (Opened in Nara. Moved to Kyoto in 2003).
  413. Established in 1998.
  414. Established in 1999.
  415. Established in 2000.
  416. Established in 2001.
  417. Established in 2002.
  418. Established in 2003.
  419. Established in 2005.
  420. Established in 2006.
  421. Established in 803; Compiled by SUGANO no Mamichi and others; one volume including 41 articles.
  422. Established in 921; Complied by TACHIBANA no Kiyozumi and others; One volume including 192 articles.
  423. Established in December 1921 as per the Acts of Colleges.
  424. Established in July 1869.
  425. Established in July 1946.
  426. Established in March 1946
  427. Established in May 1947.
  428. Established in Meiji period in order to unify the matashiro-jaku, the kyoho-jaku, the setchu-jaku, and so on.
  429. Established in November 1873
  430. Established in place of Chunaiki for four officials.
  431. Established in the 2004 academic year.
  432. Established in the 2008 academic year.
  433. Established in the Edo period
  434. Established in the Meiji era, the Fuken-kai rules, which set the rules of local assemblies, were the first rules in Japan which specified the establishment of Fuken-kai in prefectures in Japan.
  435. Established in the Muromachi period
  436. Established in the age of the Qing dynasty, the present performance styles of the Chinese lion dance are categorized into two, Northern style and Southern style, - the latter has been handed down in the communities of the practitioners of Chinese martial arts, and it is performed with their physical techniques - and there are dance competitions.
  437. Established in the late Heian period by Ietada KAZANIN, the second son of FUJIWARA no Morozane, the family was named after the Kazanin palace (Higashi ichijo in) which Ietada inherited from his father, Morozane.
  438. Established in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan)
  439. Established modern schools
  440. Established on June 17, 1871, the New Currency Regulation was Japan's first coinage act of modern times.
  441. Established on March 1, 1990
  442. Established on the tradition of the Japanese shika, haiku poetry, though short in length, has the characteristic features of expressing images and emotions through the use of rhythm based on the 5-7-5 syllabic sounds, 'kigo' (seasonal references), and 'kire' (cut).
  443. Established period
  444. Established shoin-zukuri:
  445. Established the Department of Political Science (the current Faculty of Law) and Department of Economics (the current Faculty of Economics).
  446. Established the Ministry of War and the Ministry of the Navy
  447. Established the method of Kanshin acupuncture (tube acupuncture)
  448. Established to rule the area around Niigata City that became tenryo (bakufu-owned land) in 1843.
  449. Established.
  450. Established: April 5, 1963.
  451. Established: Nara period (early 8th century)
  452. Established: November 16, 1982.
  453. Established: around the end of the sixth century
  454. Establishing a company, opening a store, becoming independent or opening a franchise
  455. Establishing his position as a core member of the attendants to the retired Emperor, Narichika always accompanied the Emperor in imayo (a popular style of song in Heian Period) and Kumano mode (visits to Kumano).
  456. Establishing kana characters
  457. Establishing period
  458. Establishing state-run temporary teacher training schools (the Imperial Decree No.100, on March 28, 1902)
  459. Establishing the Vinaya precepts in Japan
  460. Establishing the genre of ukiyo-e, he was the first ukiyo-e artist.
  461. Establishing the hierarchy as "if the Imperial Palace dies out, the Kira inherits the succession to the family headship, and the Imagawa inherits when Kira dies out" among the people, is due to this background.
  462. Establishment
  463. Establishment : February 1, 1920. At the time of establishment, the company name was 'Hokutan Keiben Railway Co., Ltd..'
  464. Establishment Stage
  465. Establishment and Transition of "Sukeroku"
  466. Establishment and background
  467. Establishment and beginning of Sengu (transfer of a deity to a new shrine building) at Ise-jingu Shrine
  468. Establishment and collapse of Cabinet Councillors system
  469. Establishment and demise
  470. Establishment and development
  471. Establishment and development of dynastic polity
  472. Establishment and dissemination
  473. Establishment and history
  474. Establishment and the end of the three major office system
  475. Establishment of 'IRAKO-style surgery' through blending with Eastern medicine
  476. Establishment of Asukakiyomihararyo
  477. Establishment of COE on Sustainable Energy System
  478. Establishment of Chosen Nitrogen Corporation
  479. Establishment of Current 'Meiboku Sendai Hagi'
  480. Establishment of Decoration (Dajokan Fukoku No. 54 of 1845), renamed from 'Announcement on Establishment of Military Medal of Honor' on April 30, 2003
  481. Establishment of Hongan-ji Temple
  482. Establishment of International COE for Integration of Transplantation Therapy and Regenerative Medicine
  483. Establishment of Kaidan-in
  484. Establishment of Keijo Imperial University
  485. Establishment of Keio Gijuku Igakusho
  486. Establishment of Kugyo-bunin in the form of a book with a detailed personal record of the later years is believed to be around Owa to Shoryaku era.
  487. Establishment of Kyogi Karuta
  488. Establishment of Kyoto Hosei School
  489. Establishment of Ministry of Colonial Affairs, Karafuto-Cho placed under its authority.
  490. Establishment of Naka City is after the establishment of Hitachinaka City.
  491. Establishment of New Currency Regulation
  492. Establishment of Omine Okugake-michi
  493. Establishment of Onmyoryo and Senseidai
  494. Establishment of Regency
  495. Establishment of Ryosei Province
  496. Establishment of Sanshu no Jingi (Three Imperial Regalia)
  497. Establishment of Shingon Esoteric Buddhism
  498. Establishment of Soma-mikuriya
  499. Establishment of Tokyo and the Emperor's move to the East
  500. Establishment of Toyo Takushoku Co.
  501. Establishment of Yakusa no Kabane
  502. Establishment of Yoro Ritsuryo Code
  503. Establishment of Yukaku
  504. Establishment of a Military Aristocracy
  505. Establishment of a bushi government
  506. Establishment of an educational system
  507. Establishment of borders
  508. Establishment of government by Nobunaga ODA
  509. Establishment of haiden postdates that of honden.
  510. Establishment of koori, however, denied such an independent ruling system of gozoku families, and was aimed at absorbing local ruling by gozoku families into one unified ruling by the emperor.
  511. Establishment of permanent committee
  512. Establishment of shoin-zukuri
  513. Establishment of shozei
  514. Establishment of the 'Vow of Japanese subjects'
  515. Establishment of the 22 Shrines
  516. Establishment of the Chosen Sotoku-fu
  517. Establishment of the Common law
  518. Establishment of the Directors Guild of Japan and his later years
  519. Establishment of the Edo bakufu
  520. Establishment of the Gosekke (Gosetsu Family)
  521. Establishment of the Hokkaido Agency
  522. Establishment of the Imperial Universities in the foreign parts had implications of suppressing nationalism there, but the numbers of departments and students were limited, professors and most students were Japanese and some national newspaper criticized racial discrimination.
  523. Establishment of the Jingiin
  524. Establishment of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun)
  525. Establishment of the Kankoku Tokan-fu
  526. Establishment of the Muromachi bakufu
  527. Establishment of the National Diet and formulation of the Constitution in Japan had an aspect of compromise with the Freedom of Rights Movement, and as such, it became necessary to gain the approval of the Diet for the state budget.
  528. Establishment of the Nosenkata
  529. Establishment of the Rakugo Sanyu Association leading to the Enraku Family Group
  530. Establishment of the Rakugo Tatekawa School
  531. Establishment of the Ritsuryo codes
  532. Establishment of the Road as a Pilgrimage Route
  533. Establishment of the Shirakawa family
  534. Establishment of the Sorai Doctrine and Keisei Thought
  535. Establishment of the Suino family
  536. Establishment of the Three Posts, including president, gijo, and sanyo (councilor).
  537. Establishment of the folk-cultural property system in Japan
  538. Establishment of the government
  539. Establishment of the hokumen and the insei (rule by the retired Emperor) period
  540. Establishment of the meteorological stations
  541. Establishment of the one-hundred and thirtieth bank
  542. Establishment of the revivalist sokyoku form
  543. Establishment of the rite of Senso daijosai (the imperial enthronement ritual)
  544. Establishment of the rule by the Fujiwara clan
  545. Establishment of the sect name
  546. Establishment of the smoke seasoning method
  547. Establishment of the system
  548. Establishment.
  549. Establishment/Author
  550. Establishment: March 6, 1895
  551. Establishment: Yatsuhashiya Bairin Saten (cafe) was established on the Mori no Kurotani-sando Approach to Shogoin Temple.
  552. Establishments offering special benefits
  553. Estate
  554. Estate of 1000 koku.
  555. Estate of 150 koku.
  556. Estates were also donated by the retired Emperor Gotoba and MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, and the rank of Shoichi (Senior First Rank) was conferred on the deities of the shrine in 1245.
  557. Estimate
  558. Estimated from the records remaining in the great statistical survey book Domesday Book edited in 1086 in England, the shoens which the king directly dominated occupied 17 % and the larger ratio (more than one-fourth) was owned by bishops or monasteries.
  559. Estimated to be in this period of his training in Kyoto, he started using 'Taikan' as his gago (pseudonym).
  560. Estimated to have been constructed during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts soon after the temple's founding.
  561. Estimated year of birth: 485 in "Kojiki" and 450 in "Nihonshoki".
  562. Estimated year of death: May 26, 527 in "Kojiki" and March 10, 531 or 534 in "Nihonshoki".
  563. Estimates of the population offered by miscellaneous documents of contemporaries also vary widely between five-hundred-thousand and two million.
  564. Estrangement and return
  565. Estrangement of Takauji ASHIKAGA
  566. Esutoru - Raichishi route
  567. Esutoru County: Chinnai Town
  568. Esutoru Mainichi Shinbun
  569. Esutoru Police Station
  570. Esutoru branch office
  571. Esutoru coal mine
  572. Esutoru forestry office
  573. Esutoru girls' high school
  574. Esutoru junior high school
  575. Esutoru meteorological station
  576. Esutoru-jinja Shrine
  577. Eta herein is different from the Eta in the Edo Period.
  578. Etagashira (head of the eta).
  579. Etai YAMADA
  580. Etai YAMADA (December 1, 1895 - February 22, 1994) was a Buddhist priest of the Tendai sect in Japan.
  581. Etakumi no Tsukasa or Gakoshi (Bureau of Painting): consolidated into Naishoryo (Bureau of Skilled Artisans).
  582. Etc.
  583. Etchu Fundoshi
  584. Etchu fundoshi T-jitai (T-shaped bandage) is being used for medical purpose and is regarded as a kind of Etchu fundoshi.
  585. Etchu fundoshi T-jitai (T-shaped bandage) that is used as underwear for medical purposes is also included in the category of fundoshi loincloth.
  586. Etenraku (Ancient Japanese court dance and music)
  587. Etenraku Imayo falls under utaimono (utai [Noh chant] piece for recitation) of gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music) only when accompanied with gagaku instruments; the repertoire of the Music Department of Imperial Household Agency does not include Etenraku Imayo, but that of private gagaku groups often includes Etenraku Imayo.
  588. Etenraku is said to have been composed by Chinese Emperor Wen of Han Dynasty.
  589. Eternal bliss is the ultimate tranquility.
  590. Eternal salvation brought by Buddha is just like rain falling from heaven.
  591. Eteru (Ether)
  592. Ethics course
  593. Ethics is an obligation as a member of community and way of thought is an act to develop manas for proposition.
  594. Ethiopia manju
  595. Ethiopian calendar
  596. Ethnic materials collected in village communities in Ouda-cho Town, Nara Prefecture.
  597. Ethyl carbamate was successfully extracted from seishu.
  598. Etiquette
  599. Etiquette for sitting on a zabuton includes not standing on the zabuton, and first of all kneel on the zabuton on the side away from the seat of honor and use one's knees to pivot 45 degrees in the direction of the zabuton.
  600. Etiquette was maintained as if on the battlefield; decapitated heads of commanders were highly likely to have been recovered from the enemy side.
  601. Eto (Chinese astrological calendar)
  602. Eto Daishi Rennyo (1415 - 1499): 8th chief priest of Hongan-ji Temple.
  603. Eto subsequently returned to his hometown Saga and rose in revolt known as the Saga War involving the malcontent local warrior class who had lost their special privileges due to the Meiji Restoration, but was subsequently repressed.
  604. Eto' was originally the name of the Ten Stems or the Oriental zodiac.
  605. Eto, finding out that military men from Satsuma had been planning to close the office of YAMASHIROYA, prevented them and ordered the Ministry of Justice to start an investigation directly.
  606. Etona Eiga-sha
  607. Etona Eiga-sha (established September 1934, liquidated April 1935) was a film company that existed in Kyoto.
  608. Etsu:
  609. Etsujin OCHI
  610. Etymologically it is reasonable to understand that the surname 'Asai' of the Omi-Asai (and not Omi-Azai) clan was a result of the phonetic change of the name of 'Asahi-go' village.
  611. Etymologically speaking, it is the noun form of the verb 'haoru' (put on), however, the kanji characters are substitute characters.
  612. Etymologically speaking, the letter 'e' refers to an elder brother and the letter 'to' refers to a younger brother.
  613. Etymology
  614. Etymology and Change in Pronunciation
  615. Etymology of 'gomakasu' (to disguise or to cover up)
  616. Etymology of 'urayasu'
  617. Etymology of Wa or Wajin
  618. Eukashi did not come but Otokashi did and told a vicious plan that his brother was going to assassinate Iwarehikono Mikoto.
  619. Eukashi tried to gather the army to fight against Kamuyamatoiwarebiko but failed.
  620. Eukashi was caught in the self-set trap and died.
  621. Eulogy and misrepresentations in Azuma Kagami
  622. Eulogy for an unrecognized good deed
  623. Eun
  624. Eun (798 - October 31, 869) was a Buddhist monk of Shingon Sect in the early Heian period.
  625. Euphemism
  626. Euphonic Changes
  627. Euphonic Changes 'O'
  628. Euphonic Changes 'U'
  629. Euphonic changes
  630. Euphonic changes 'o' are often applied to the description of 'u.'
  631. Europe
  632. Europe and America
  633. Europe, the US, and the Christian world
  634. Europe:
  635. European Community is admitted to reduce collectively (bubble) under Article 4 of Kyoto Protocol.
  636. European Ise ebi, Palinurus
  637. European Ise ebi, Palinurus elephas (Fabricius, 1787) Palinurus vulgaris (Pierre Andre Latreille, 1803)
  638. European and American countries brought, instead of "Li system," international order in which international relations were controlled by treaties under modern international laws to East Asia.
  639. European black vulture
  640. European countries and the United States were actively engaged in "whaling with new techniques" in waters all over the world, including the seas off the coast of Japan--it was the Industrial Revolution that made these new techniques possible.
  641. European eel (Anguilla anguilla)
  642. European ones might have been imported via a different route afterward.
  643. European origami
  644. European pochard
  645. Europeanism
  646. Europeanism and Nationalism
  647. Europeans in the 16th and 17th centuries accepted the theory of the unbroken Imperial line and the extraordinary long duration of the Japanese Imperial family.
  648. Europeans who visited Japan in the first stage of this era were surprised at the art of craftsmen and metal crafts from Japan.
  649. Europeans, however, did not have such basic knowledge, so they were unable to understand the story.
  650. Evacuation was carried out to minimize disasters caused by air attacks, and she grieved when her tea shop, that she had been protecting, was destroyed.
  651. Evaluate koji (malted rice) by checking the condition of haze (white spots on the surface of steamed rice which become visible as koji yeast propagates).
  652. Evaluate koji by checking the condition of haze.
  653. Evaluate polished rice in the light of the rice polishing ratio and faults.
  654. Evaluate the moromi (raw unrefined sake), and measure and blend the alcoholic liquors.
  655. Evaluation
  656. Evaluation abroad
  657. Evaluation after the age
  658. Evaluation and Influence
  659. Evaluation as a Calligrapher
  660. Evaluation as a Machiavellist
  661. Evaluation in later age
  662. Evaluation of 'the military parade' held by Nobunaga in 1581.
  663. Evaluation of His Works
  664. Evaluation of Masashige by later generations and his influence
  665. Evaluation of San-shikishi
  666. Evaluation of Shigenobu in Osaka Natsu no Jin
  667. Evaluation of Soin by Basho
  668. Evaluation of Tsunayoshi
  669. Evaluation of his character
  670. Evaluation of later ages
  671. Evaluation of sake taste is basically made on five flavors; san (sour), ku (bitter), kan (sweet), shin (hot or dry), and kan (salty), concept is quite different from those for cooking even if the same words are used.
  672. Evaluation of soy-sauce
  673. Evaluation of the book of comparison
  674. Evaluation of the national isolation
  675. Evaluation of the period of Japan's rule in the Republic of Korea
  676. Evaluation of the reform
  677. Evaluation of the work
  678. Evaluations
  679. Evaluations in modern times and the present day
  680. Evaluations in the present day
  681. Evaluations of Later Generations
  682. Evaluations of Tadazane and Yorinaga
  683. Evaluations of him
  684. Evaluations of his achievements at Musashi were not heard.
  685. Evaluations of his life and conduct
  686. Evangelist
  687. Evangelist (two types: Evangelist of Koyasan, Evangelist of Koyasan Eika [a Buddhist hymn])
  688. Evangelist of the head temple
  689. Eve of Festival
  690. Eve of collapse
  691. Even 'Deo' of about 16 meters long falls into a small size in Japan today; this is because when the existing cars became old and had to meet the requirement for air conditioning, the Eizan Electric Railway couldn't find suitable cars to be transferred from major private railways.
  692. Even 15 years after Katsuro HARA came out with "The Nature of Azuma Kagami and Its Value as a Historical Material" in 1898, there seemed to be a great tendency to regard Azuma Kagami as absolute truth.
  693. Even 400 years after Mototada's death, the Torii clans hold a family meeting called 'Torii-kai', which consists mainly of the former-daimyo Torii family and the head family of the clan, and continue studying historical aspects related to Mototada TORII.
  694. Even Bando musha soldiers (who were renown for their bravery) were intimidated by the rocky formation.
  695. Even Buddha is unable to notice.
  696. Even Emperor Godaigo had been exiled, Masashige KUSUNOKI, who lived in Kawachi Province, continued to fight against the bakufu.
  697. Even Emperor Hanazono of Jimyoin-to (imperial lineage from Emperor Gofukakusa to Emperor Gokomatsu), who was at the opposite side of Moronobu, trusted Moronobu much and rated him "aid with remarkable talents of Japanese and Chinese".
  698. Even Emperor Meiji felt pity on this.
  699. Even Empress Dowager Cixi was the same in resenting the powerful countries, and was lenient when handling the Boxers.
  700. Even FUJIWARA no Michinaga, who held power at that time, valued his calligraphy, and when Yukinari borrowed "Ojoyoshu" from Michinaga, he said, 'I give you this original book. I would like to have your manuscript of this book instead.'
  701. Even Hideo's younger brother Shizuo KANZE, who became Tetsunojo KANZE VIII, talked a lots about the big impact of beginning exchanges with other sects of the time.
  702. Even High Priest Xutang (founder) himself would be unable to comprehend.'
  703. Even Hirobumi ITO, who drew up the Constitution of the Empire of Japan did not expect the Emperor to take the complete role of the monarch.
  704. Even Isami KONDO, a Commander, wrote it as both "選" and "撰".
  705. Even Jusuke's beloved son, Yoshisaburo, was knocked off stage many times during the first lesson when he was six years old.
  706. Even Kanefumi NISHIMURA, who was known for his sever criticism of Shinsengumi, called him 'a person who understands method of matters in some degree' in "Mibu Roshi Shimatsuki"
  707. Even Kanezane did not record Yorimori's death in his diary, so it may be that Yorimori died in solitude, a man who had been largely forgotten by those around him.
  708. Even Morikatsu KIMATA, who was the Hitto karo (head of the chief retainers), became terrified of serving under Naomasa, and asked Ieyasu to reinstate him in his former position as a hatamoto (bannerman).
  709. Even Musashi MIYAMOTO, who earned highest salary apart from daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) in Yagyu Domain, was only 700 koku (194.6 cubic meters) at Hosokawa clan in his later years, which is an equal treatment of a chief retainer in a shohan (domain where crop yields are small).
  710. Even Oshima bon, which is said to be the best quality manuscript of Aobyoshibon, contains many traces of revisions to the original text that seem to be based upon Kawachibon.
  711. Even SAIGO was shot in the crotch and stomach in front of the gate of Okichikuno SHIMAZU's residence.
  712. Even SEI-shonagon, who was well-known for her harsh criticism, praised kemari highly in her book '"Makura-no-soshi' saying that 'Kemari is interesting.'
  713. Even Sadayoshi's step brother, Kanezane KUJO, described this as 'unprecedented' (written on January 13, 1177 in "Gyokuyo" (The Diary of Kanezane KUJO)).
  714. Even Shigehide OGIHARA, kanjobugyo (commissioner of finance), who believed in coin said that "ozeni was not good."
  715. Even Shogunate cabinet officials Toshiakira KAWAJI and Tadanari IWASE, Kaimei group shogunal retainers of poor lineage, were subject to punishment such as house arrest.
  716. Even Takahiro KITAJO of Umayabashi-jo Castle in Kozuke Province switched to the Hojo clan.
  717. Even Takamori SAIGO, who later became Yodo's political enemy, said 'it is a lot easier to deal with simple Sabaku-ha (supporters of the Shogun).'
  718. Even Takatsune SHIBA, a powerful military commander in Tadayoshi's group who was cooperative with nobles, temples and shrines in power, received a direct petition in the form of Kasuga Shinboku (Kasuga Shrine's sacred tree), which was often used as a means of protest, when he usurped Kofuku-ji temple's shoen.
  719. Even Takeaki ENOMOTO and Hisoka MAEJIMA learned under him.
  720. Even Turkey, which was suffering pressure from Imperial Russia at the time, celebrated this victory as if it was its own, and Togo became a national hero there.
  721. Even Yubi AOYAGI (Yubi) wrote 'The Pro-Argument for the Boxers' ("Yubishu" published by Bunmei-do in 1904) in Japan and showed sympathy with Boxers.
  722. Even a criminal was not an exception.
  723. Even a crow, such a great liar, would not tell such a lie.'
  724. Even a crowd or large number of retainers or subjects in the Omi Court is large, how can they offend the spirit of Your Majesty.'
  725. Even a direct descendant of the clan could not become a Court noble (usually as a Chunagon or a Sangi) before reaching 50 years old.
  726. Even a first-time spectator knew well about the characters of the story, their mutual relations and other details, so spectators found pleasure in how the writer of the popular story developed the drama.
  727. Even a heavy drinker, however, finds it difficult to keep on drinking alcohol only, whether it be beer, sake (Japanese rice wine), or whiskey.
  728. Even a letter in a name was changed in order to avoid using the same letter and sound as in Jinso (Renzong)'s name after the Northern Sung Dynasty.
  729. Even a ruler of a province or a region should not do such a shameful thing; you are merely a secular salt seller.'
  730. Even a single cherry tree or plum tree is enough for enjoying hanami.
  731. Even a single invocation can save you, and why not many invocations?
  732. Even a sinner is saved, and why not a good creature?
  733. Even a tool named Kaishaku-bo (a lever used to change the angle of light on stage or the like) is used.
  734. Even after Emperor Horikawa died and his son, Emperor Toba succeeded to the throne, the Retired Emperor Shirakawa kept on ruling the government.
  735. Even after Emperor Yozei abdicated, the emperors Koko, Uda and Daigo were all suspicious about the situation; some people have said that historical books such as "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" and "Shin Kokushi" were edited to prove the justice of those emperors in going against Retired Emperor Yozei.
  736. Even after Haruie's fall, Muneyoshi, as a military commander, settled in the area.
  737. Even after Hidetada transferred political power to his son, he continued to have the real power where he had the bakufu put under a dual policy by mutual consent between assistants in the keep of the castle and the secondary enclosure of the castle.
  738. Even after Iemochi passed away, Katsu continuously made efforts toward the continuance and rehabilitation of the Tokugawa family until his later years by struggling to save the life of Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, whom with he did not get along well, to protect the Tokugawa family and make it last.
  739. Even after Ieyasu became subordinate to the Toyotomi Clan, Tadatsugu was favorably treated by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI as the number-one chief vassal of Ieyasu, and in 1586, he was granted the rank of and appointed to the office of Jushiinoge (junior fourth rank, lower grade) Saemon no jo, which was the highest rank in the family.
  740. Even after Ieyasu died, he accompanied the going up to Kyoto of the second shogun, Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  741. Even after Ieyasu's death, the Fu-jufuseha group continued to be repressed for the reason that the group did not accept religious offerings from the Edo bakufu.
  742. Even after Imperial Prince Yamanobe became Emperor Kanmu, she was loved by him; in January, 785, she was appointed to Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and in July, 794, was given rice plants so that she could build her residence in Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto).
  743. Even after Inoue returned to Japan at the end of the year, the issuance of the newspaper was continued.
  744. Even after Ishikawamaro's death, the construction of Yamada-dera Temple continued, and it is presumed that in the backdrop, Empress Jito, who was Ishikawamaro's granddaughter, and her husband Emperor Tenmu sponsored the construction.
  745. Even after Kangyoin died in 1865, she remained royal to Princess Kazunomiya throughout her life, while being in conflict with Tenshoin or Otoshiyori of O-oku who criticized the princess.
  746. Even after Kazumasu and Nobumori retreated early during the battle, Hirohide continued to fight in the war with Ieyasu, however, their side lost in the war and maybe because he was not familiar with the geography around the areas of the Hamamatsu Province, he failed in the retreat and was killed by Takeda's army that came running towards him.
  747. Even after Meitoku no wayaku (unification of Northern and Southern Court) of 1392, he continued to resist the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) by using Genchu, which was the era name of the Southern Court, in his letter.
  748. Even after Michio MIYAGI, new pieces of music for Kokyu have been composed, although they are not so many.
  749. Even after Naosuke was assassinated in the Sakuradamongai Incident in 1860, he continued serving as a Sobayaku (Secretary) of Naonori II who assumed the post of the lord of domain.
  750. Even after Nobumichi's death, his mother (stepmother of Shikibu) and his family did not return to Kyoto and stayed in Hitachi Province.
  751. Even after Shinsengumi was formed, the Yagi family's house was used as a police station; when the station was moved to Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, Toshizo HIJIKATA brought the Shinsengumi to pay their respects to the Yagi family.
  752. Even after Tadayoshi died in February, 1352, Mitsuyoshi did not give in to Takauji easily and kept resisting for many years, belonging to the Southern Dynasty (Japan).
  753. Even after Taisei Hokan, he practiced throwing the shuriken every day until he was sweating, and he is counted as one of the most famous persons among the shuriken experts.
  754. Even after Takauji ASHIKAGA seceded from the new government in Kamakura, Kintsuna worked for the Southern Court, but his son, the 10th family head Ujitsuna UTSUNOMIYA was affiliated with the Ashikaga clan.
  755. Even after World War II was over, Fukuchiyama still plays a role as a military point connecting Keihanshin and Maizuru Port.
  756. Even after World War II, shrines administered by Jinja-Honcho (The Association of Shinto Shrines) need to require approval from the Jinja-Honcho to change the date of reisai.
  757. Even after Yoritomo died, Tokimasa remained influential in the bakufu as the grandfather of Yorimoto's sons MINAMOTO no Yoriie and MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, and became the first regent.
  758. Even after Yoshimitsu had gone through his genpuku (coming-of-age ceremony) early the next year, all practical aspects of the administration were covered by Yoriyuki.
  759. Even after Yoshimitsu's death, Zeami continued to deepen Sarugakuin during Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA's reign as Shogun.
  760. Even after a flood disaster which had occurred in that year, a deluge and two conflagrations broke out in 1680.
  761. Even after a number of fires, the residence was reconstructed and the Retired Emperor Gotoba was also based in this palace and administered Insei (Cloistered government.)
  762. Even after assuming the position of the chief priest of Eihei-ji Temple, Ejo is said to have kept the attitude of being an attendant of Dogen throughout his life, built his residence next to the mausoleum of Dogen and served Dogen's effigy in the same manner as he had done while Dogen had been alive.
  763. Even after becoming a Buddhist nun, she often sent presents to Osaka-jo Castle and visited the castle to see Hideyori TOYOTOMI (according to "Jishoin Monjo").
  764. Even after becoming shogun, he was fond of going out on long distance horse rides and visiting the residences of feudal lords in Edo.
  765. Even after being excommunicated Nichizon always made a pilgrimage to Omosu-dansho for the anniversary of the Founder's death (memorial service) every year.
  766. Even after being exiled to Sado, he maintained the force of arms to interfere with kokushi (provincial governors), and in 1128, FUJIWARA no Chikakata, Sado no kuni no kami (Governor of Sado Province), petitioned the imperial court to transfer Akikuni to another province.
  767. Even after both Shingen TAKEDA and Kenshin UESUGI died from illness, Kai forces and Echigo forces continued to fight with each other over the possession of Kawanakajima.
  768. Even after class system collapsed due to the Meiji Restoration, the high-toned formality of the 'Chayatsuji' pattern was accepted by populace.
  769. Even after completion of the new station building, Platform 2 isn't in service for the time being.
  770. Even after completion of the restoration work, further efforts continued for reintegration to original conditions including the infrastructure before the earthquake, such as remodeling of train series 201 from eight-car or twelve-car sets to original seven-car train sets as well as transferring of train series 103 to the Fukuchiyama Line.
  771. Even after entering into priesthood in 1478 by shaving his head and calling himself Dokan, Sukenaga OTA ruled over the southern Kanto region from his base of power in the southern Kanto region until his assasination in 1486.
  772. Even after entering the Muromachi period, the court noble society still believed in the effects held by prayer and fortune-telling conducted by Onmyoji.
  773. Even after finished the translation, he kept learning Dutch; in 1776, he met a doctor of the Dutch Trading House of Nagasaki, Carl Thunberg, and learned herbalism and other things from him.
  774. Even after graduation, he stayed with his lover in Paris and rejected frequent orders to return to Japan.
  775. Even after guns developed to adopt breech loading, a ramrod was kept with certain guns, such as those for military use, for maintenance purposes.
  776. Even after having become a priest, he played a role similar to a butler in the Soke (the head family) of the Taira clan.
  777. Even after he becomes a member of the Nohgaku Performer's Association as Kuroto, his training as Nohgakushi is continued throughout his life.
  778. Even after he was widowed in 1997, continued to write essays, contribute articles and conduct lectures as if in good health, but on November 27, 2000, he died from acute heart failure.
  779. Even after he went to Kyoto under Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, he accepted comparatively lower government posts such as Danjo shochu (an assistant President of the Board of Censors) and Danjo daihitsu (senior assistant President of the Board of Censors).
  780. Even after her death, Miyasudokoro tormented Murasakinoue and Onnasannomiya and appeared to complain to Genji (second volume of "Wakana (Genji Monogatari) and "Kashiwagi").
  781. Even after her death, gods were created from her urine, faeces and vomit.
  782. Even after her enthronement later, Jito often visited Yoshino.
  783. Even after his confrontation with his elder brother Takauji during the Kanno Disturbance, Tadayoshi continued to advocate the legitimacy of the Muromachi bakufu.
  784. Even after his death, he was remembered as a good official for long periods.
  785. Even after his father's term as Kazusa no kuni no suke expired, he did not return to Kyoto but succeeded to Kazusa no kuni no suke after his father, thereby extending power in Kazusa and Shimosa Provinces.
  786. Even after it was completed and submitted to the Emperor, Michitoshi took "Nan Goshui" seriously and revised the anthology again in order to submit it to the Emperor for inspection.
  787. Even after it was translated as "kokka," because the word "kokka" had been used in the same meaning as "waka," the meaning of poem in Japanese language opposing to kanshi (Chinese-style poem) prevailed and the meaning of national anthem could not be understood by people in general.
  788. Even after its materials were changed, they have kept using the name, 'Tsuzura,' and still use the Chinese character, 葛籠, even today.
  789. Even after leaving the school, he pretended to go to school with a lunch for fear of being scolded by his oldest brother Daisuke.
  790. Even after losing his power as the leader in the order, Shonyo continued to dismiss these movements as acts against the traditions of Hongan-ji Temple, and after he was made Monshu he barely made any public appearances.
  791. Even after men got married, all the families of brothers were recorded in the same family register.
  792. Even after paying a visit to his grandmother, Omiya, he could not forget the Murasaki no Ue's beauty, which was like full-blown cherry blossoms.
  793. Even after prince Mochihito's death, Yoritomo was able to point to his 'princely command' as a just cause to rally the portions of the Kanto region under Yoritomo's own control, and continued to issue documents bearing the Jisho era name even after the era name was changed to Juei (arguing thereby that the current emperor's administration was illegitimate).
  794. Even after published "Kaitai Shinsho", Junan kept learning Dutch from Ryotaku MAENO.
  795. Even after retirement, he was allowed to give lectures on the Ritsuryo system at home specially.
  796. Even after retiring, he was able to acquire much information via sources such as Toshikatsu DOI and his distant relative Kasuga no tsubone.
  797. Even after returning home temporarily, he opened the Nakamura shoten (store) in Istanbul and traveled between Japan and Turkey for 18 years.
  798. Even after returning home, he harbored Sonno, anti-shogunate, pro-Imperialist samurai in his residence, and his attitude to contribute to the restoration did not change until the last minute of his life.
  799. Even after returning to Japan he continued to send tokens of his gratitude and letters to Priest Eon.
  800. Even after returning to his home province Masakado continued to be confronted by Yoshikane and the majority of the clan, and on September 18, Yoshikane attacked Masakado's Ikuha no mimaya, holding up portraits of Masakado's father, Yoshimasa, and other ancestors, such as Takamochi-o.
  801. Even after returning to the head family of Ichikawa and succeeding to the name Danjuro ICHIKAWA, he could not cut off the relation with Kawarazaki-za Theater for some time.
  802. Even after she became a nun, she was welcomed by the waka circles of the Retired Emperor Gotoba and of the Emperor Juntoku.
  803. Even after she herself went up to Kyoto, she was apprehensive that she might be outdone by Genji's numerous lovers due to her humble origin in being a local governor's daughter who had been reared in the country.
  804. Even after she lived in the Date residence in Jurakudai (government office/residence), she might have played a role like, what is called, a woman diplomat to inform Masamune of the Kyoto situation, saying, "the world has not been stabilized yet.
  805. Even after she received an Imperial letter of appointment as nyogo, six emperors reigned one after another including Montoku.
  806. Even after soboshu passed its prime, some sake brewers inherited the brewing method of Nara temples, and these brewers continued to put this brand on the market of "kudarizake" (the sake transported from Kyoto & Osaka area down to Edo) also in the Edo period.
  807. Even after that he conducted a field research of reclaimed land in various places, but passed away in January, 1891.
  808. Even after that, 'Wa' was sometimes used to refer to Japan domestically, but since the mid-Nara period, '和,' which has the same pronunciation but has a positive meaning, came in use along with 倭 and gradually became the mainstream.
  809. Even after that, Emperor Reizei's affection didn't fade and Oigimi gave birth to an imperial prince a few years later.
  810. Even after that, Minyu-sha continued its operation such as publication of Soho's literary works until 1933.
  811. Even after that, Nobunaga pursued Murashige exhaustively by killing, on sight, people of the domain who had taken refuge.
  812. Even after that, classification numbers based on the NDC have been included in the bibliographic data for Japanese books, for the convenience of other libraries that use the NDC regularly, as well as for users from the general public.
  813. Even after that, he became Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) in 1810, after assuming Ukone no chujo (middle captain of the right division of inner palace guards), Toka no sechie Geben (kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie - Imperial Court ceremonies where many persons danced while singing), and Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state).
  814. Even after that, he kept in touch with her in writing, and seemed to never forget her his whole life.
  815. Even after that, he kept supporting the group of Joi of Choshu Domain calling himself Yoritaro KUWABARA as a disguise; however, while visiting the gun batteries of Akamagaseki, he became sick and died there at the age of 30.
  816. Even after that, he served as a vassal close aide of the retired emperor Goshirakawa, but was dismissed from his post and arrested for the reason that he cursed the emperor in 1161, and was transported to the Suo Province in the following year.
  817. Even after that, he traveled Shaoxing, Mt. Tendai, etc.
  818. Even after that, he was assigned to tassu (a priest who takes care of a sub-temple) of Shokoku-ji Rokuon-in Temple on October 11, 1433, to the 94th chief priest of Tenryu-ji Temple on November 3, 1435, and again to the chief priest of Shokoku-ji Temple on April 19, 1436.
  819. Even after that, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 989 and Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) in 991, but died while he assumed Sangi and Shuri gon no daibu at the rank of Shosanmi.
  820. Even after that, however, Hideyori did not serve the Tokugawa family as subject.
  821. Even after that, however, Ogai obstinately criticized the views of Suzuki and academic society.
  822. Even after that, however, ishin (retainer set adrift by the downfall of his lord) of Yoshitsura repeatedly rose up in revolt in various places asking for restoration of the direct line of descents of the Isshiki family.
  823. Even after that, however, kamikiri was such an inconspicuous performance of all iromono that few performed kamikiri at a vaudeville theater, and today there remain only a few works of kamikiri made in those days.
  824. Even after that, however, many owners of doso had Hottai (religious appearance) and Nanori (specific Japanese rendering of Chinese characters used in names of persons especially priests) as the vestiges of Sanmonkunin.
  825. Even after that, however, they continued to exchange letters.
  826. Even after that, ikko ikki repeated struggles with the Uesugi clan, Asakura clan and so on and, after the Asakura clan was ruined, it controlled Echizen also, but, they were defeated and annihilated by Nobunaga in the Ishiyama War.
  827. Even after that, some subjects of both Shigeuji and Noritada often seized each other's territory.
  828. Even after that, the Emperor Chokei's reign had not been identified until Kuniji YASHIRO made empirical research on materials and identified the reign with academic validity (YASHIRO found old materials in an old house in Nara, a region dominated by the old Southern Court).
  829. Even after that, the Uesugi group and the Hojo group kept fighting over Koga, and Fujiuji made the entrance to Koga and the escape to Kazusa everytime the fighting occured.
  830. Even after that, the area where trees were planted did increase little, and the value of the trees that were planted did not improve satisfactorily.
  831. Even after that, the direct line and the legitimate child principles had not been strictly followed.
  832. Even after that, the issue of forest business was taken up and discussed as a problem to be handled by the village government.
  833. Even after that, the work continued over Keyaki-toge Pass and the road reached the Chojidani work site in 1970.
  834. Even after that, there was 'Goin' (the seal of pseudonym) used by the Buddhist monks who came to Japan from the Southern Sung Dynasty to Japan, which proves that seals did not stop being used to prove official status.
  835. Even after that, they fought back and forth at each other, but in 1420 Morimasa ASHINA conquered Shingu-jo Castle (Mutsu Province) and Moritoshi SHINGU, the lord of the castle, was killed in battle and the remainders (of the defeated party) escaped to Echigo.
  836. Even after the "Jogan-shiki code" was established, the "Konin-shiki Code" was still referred to for matters that were not specified in the "Jogan-shiki", and it was the source of much confusion.
  837. Even after the Battle of Anegawa, Sadayuki continued fighting against the Oda army, beating back the attack against the Yamatoyama Castle by Nobunaga ODA.
  838. Even after the Disturbance, the power of the bakufu as the central government remained.
  839. Even after the Edo bakufu was established, this title continued to be used for the highest post available to cabinet officials of the Shogunate.
  840. Even after the Insei (government by cloistered emperors) declined, this post continued to exist until the end of the Edo Period.
  841. Even after the Meiji Restoration, he kept advocating the necessity of spreading the Western learning; when the movement towards the establishment of the National Diet was spreading in Japan, he advocated an English-style constitution by keeping a distance from the movement.
  842. Even after the Meiji Restoration, the separation continued - Yoshinbu lived in Shizuoka while Shoko lived in the Hitotsubashi residence in Tokyo.
  843. Even after the Meiji period began and printed books came to be published, such conditions continued for a while, and the modern translations in those days by Akiko YOSANO and others were made on the basis of the manuscript.
  844. Even after the Meiji period, 'Taishin' remained as a word referring to a high government official, a head of Zaibatsu (a financial clique or group, or company syndicate), and the peerage until the time of World War II in the Showa period.
  845. Even after the Meiji period, bonsai was a stylish hobby, however as time and effort were required for managing cultivation and watering, due to the changes in lifestyles, it gradually became a hobby of older generations who had the spare time.
  846. Even after the Meiji period, jishi that landlords collected from their tenant farmers maintained the characteristics of jishi but it was called farm rent.
  847. Even after the Meiji period, kyoku flourished under the nationwide organization called Ryufukai.
  848. Even after the Meiji period, people still printed bijinga in ukiyoe with the style which was taken over from the end of Edo period.
  849. Even after the Meiji period, private houses continued to be in the Japanese-style.
  850. Even after the Nagayao no Hen (Conspiracy of Nagayao) in 729, he was continuously promoted and was appointed Sangi (counselor of Daijokan [Council of State]) on September 20, 731.
  851. Even after the Omuro school, Daigo school, Daikakuji school and others separated, Kaju-ji Temple remained part of the Shingon Sect but became independent and divided into the Yamashina school, Ono school, Toji school and Sennyuji school in 1907.
  852. Even after the Omuro-ryu sub-school, Daigo-ryu sub-school, Daikakuji-ryu sub-school and others separated, Zuishin-in Temple remained part of the Shingon Sect but became independent and divided into the Yamashina School, Ono School, Toji School and Senyuji School in 1907.
  853. Even after the Onin War, the shugo daimyo had continuous skirmishes with each other throughout regions.
  854. Even after the Qing dynasty perished, the reparations were succeeded by the Republic of China because it was considered to be a nation that succeeded the Qing dynasty, and that was one of reasons that the central government had weak foundations.
  855. Even after the Restoration, Setsurei MIYAKE wrote a biography entitled "Wang Yangming" to publicly honor Yomeigaku, and several magazines were launched, including "Yomeigaku", which looked for the basis of national morality in Yomeigaku.
  856. Even after the Retired Empress ascended the throne again, Chokushisho remained as Dokyo's strong organization.
  857. Even after the Ritsuryo codes were abolished in Meiji period, the title of Grand empress dowager continued and a Grand empress dowager is specified as a member of the Imperial family by the Imperial House Act.
  858. Even after the Taika Reforms led to the extinction of the Soga Clan's head family, Hoko-ji Temple remained a center of religion and, during Emperor Tenmu's reign, came under the protection of the Imperial Court as the one of the 'Four Great Temples', along with Daian-ji Temple, Kawahara-dera Temple, and Yakushi-ji Temple.
  859. Even after the War, he continued serving in the bakufu faithfully as gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods), and was granted territories in also Echigo Province and Yamato Province.
  860. Even after the Yoshinori Era, the Bugyoshu increased its influence within the bakufu, and while Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA was the shogun, for all practical purposes the Bugyoshu constituted the virtually supreme advisory board of the bakufu in place of existing official posts such as the Hyojoshu.
  861. Even after the accession, he often ordered executions.
  862. Even after the ban was lifted, it became increasingly out of touch with the changing times that had abolished feudalistic ideas, and has left behind the diversified public needs.
  863. Even after the beginning of the Heian period, it was only Imperial Princess Gashi (a wife of FUJIWARA no Morosuke) who married a subject among all the imperial princesses.
  864. Even after the boat was far enough to be unable to hear his voice, then he climbed up on a rock to keep tracing the direction of the boat.
  865. Even after the ceremony, Urayasu no mai continued to be performed in ceremonies and rituals, giving miko official opportunities to serve in the Shinto system, which had been renewed since the Meiji Restoration.
  866. Even after the collapse of the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) in the ninth century to tenth century, Fuyu no ken continued being applied to jiden fields.
  867. Even after the collapse of the ritsuryo system, the top ranking shrine in an area continued to be referred to ichinomiya.
  868. Even after the collapse or the discontinuation of the Luli as a ruling and administrative system among each of the Eastern Asian countries, the codes of Luli as a law code remained by altering its form and application to some extent, and kept its force as a law.
  869. Even after the connection was ended, the crossover between the two lines remained for a long time.
  870. Even after the curtain is drawn at the signal of tozaigoe (the word "tozai"), actors remain as ningyoshin (puppets), looking down with their eyes closed, and they do not act yet.
  871. Even after the day of abolishment, if there was deadhead line to the train car depot or some railway tracks of overlapped sections, it was informed accordingly.
  872. Even after the death of Kodanji in 1866, his creativity did not wane until well into the Meiji period, and he played an active part as a pillar in Kabuki circles in which the three top-billed actors collectively called "Dan Giku Sa" (consisting of Danjuro ICHIKAWA IX, Kikugoro ONOE V and Sadanji ICHIKAWA I) flourished.
  873. Even after the death of Tokiuji the Yamana clan expanded its territory.
  874. Even after the death of Yoritomo, he worked as a grand person of the Minamoto clan, for example, he was in charge of kakan no yaku (role to place a crown on the head of boy when he becomes adult) at the time of genpuku (celebrate one's coming of age) of MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, the third Shogun.
  875. Even after the death of her husband Sadauji, she continued to support the Ashikaga clan; she went along with her sons Takauji and Tadayoshi when they took action to overthrow Kamakura bakufu.
  876. Even after the decease of the first head, practices of his school are continued mainly by his daughter and disciples with other followers of the school at army posts of the Self-Defense Forces and other classes.
  877. Even after the decline of the Ko clan, there was conflict between the Tadayoshi group and the anti-Tadayoshi group within the bakufu.
  878. Even after the equipment for manufacturing ammunition for Snider rifles was confiscated, Saigo's army continued fighting with Enfield guns, and therefore, the government army was forced to spend lots of war cost to suppress the attacks of the Saigo's army.
  879. Even after the establishment of the government, they needed military power to control those who would rebel against their government.
  880. Even after the faction responsible for direct administration of the government under Emperor Nijo collapsed, her influence was not decreased, and she was a person with whom Goshirakawa and the Taira clan did not want to become enemies.
  881. Even after the fall of Baekje against the allied forces of the Tang Dynasty of China and Silla (Korea) in 660, the period of King Uija, he gathered the old retainers of the Baekje army and resisted them for regaining the former capital of Baekje, Sabi Castle (present Buyeo County, Chungcheongnam Province).
  882. Even after the fall of the Kamakura bakufu was followed by the Kenmu restoration, the remnants of the Hojo clan occasionally revolted in places such as the Tsugaru region, Hyuga Province and Iyo Province.
  883. Even after the fall of the Taira family following the Jisho-Juei War, he served the Cloistered Emperor closely and kept a certain position.
  884. Even after the first orisage, usually, namashu still contains lees such as yeast and particles of starch.
  885. Even after the formation of the Tokugawa government, he was in charge of diplomacy with Korea, such as concluding the Kiyu Treaty in 1609.
  886. Even after the founding of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), the influence of the Konparu school was recognized and the school was given the second position among the four Noh schools, next to the Kanze school, but it fell into a period of decline for being tied too closely to the Toyotomi family.
  887. Even after the head family of TOYOTOMI was destroyed in Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka) in 1615, she was protected under Edo Shogunate.
  888. Even after the inauguration as President, he asserted the national unity and political party dissolution theory.
  889. Even after the integration of Rapid Service trains into regional rapid trains by the timetable revision made in March of 1997, the greenish brown 'Rapid Service' sign remained on the Nara Train Depot's 103 series cars.
  890. Even after the midterm, at least cooking is easier than instant ramen noodles, but other equipment such as water, fuel, and a simple cooking range (a portable gas burner and others) necessary for cooking are required.
  891. Even after the modern ages, Sokui no rei had been continuously taken place at Kyoto Imperial Palace, and so were Emperor Meiji's, Emperor Taisho's and Emperor Showa's.
  892. Even after the number of posts was determined, the following chances were introduced: supernumerary courtiers bought 'labour' by paying shokurosen (money paied for getting an official rank).
  893. Even after the order of the Imperial court was reestablished, the Suino Hirata family kept control over about sixty families of the lower ranking officials at the Bureau of Archives, and remained in charge of the administration of the Imperial ceremonies as 'kyokumu' and 'kanmu.'
  894. Even after the passing of Fujitsubo, it was hard for Genji to stop loving her, and he was swayed by the fact that Onna San no Miya was a niece of Fujitsubo as was Murasaki no ue, so he could not refuse the offer.
  895. Even after the peaceful Edo Period, some schools had placed high value on actual fighting and continued to learn Yumiire tactics and practiced while wearing armor.
  896. Even after the promulgation of the Ordinance, over 60 Tenshu existed; however, the compounds of castles were taken over by the army and became army posts, and so Tenshu were progressively knocked down.
  897. Even after the rebellion ended, Tadatsune was still wary of Tadamasa.
  898. Even after the regional promotion bureaus were integrated, the term Nantan remains in the Nantan Area Promotion Bureau (Kameoka City).
  899. Even after the reinstatement of their family status, Nioko was the second of three sisters and her father Ryoukei WAKAE was also adopted from the Nishikikoji family, which meant they had no male successors so they had to adopt children from other families to be the third, fourth, fifth, eighth, and ninth successors.
  900. Even after the relocation of the capital to the Heian-kyo Capital, Nara, known by the name Nanto, had significant impact on Japanese religious and cultural histories.
  901. Even after the series of battles, the Takeda clan continued to dominate over the northern Shinano area
  902. Even after the station was abolished, the name of this station survives as the name of the line, but JR West uses 'Gakkentoshi Line,' the nickname of the Katamachi Line, in guiding passengers and rarely uses the name "Katamachi Line."
  903. Even after the surrender of Yoshihisa, Yoshihiro SHIMAZU stayed in Iino-jo Castle and Toshihisa SHIMAZU, whose adopted son-in-law, Tadachika, was killed, continued resistance.
  904. Even after the time of his child, TOYOHARA no Toshiaki, the Toyohara clan became gakunin that continued to serve the imperial court generation after generation.
  905. Even after the triumph of the Northern Court side stabilized the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), the conflict lasted between the Tsutsui clan, who won the support from the shogunate, and the Ochi clan, who continued to maintain power especially in the southern part of Yamato Province.
  906. Even after the unification of the Courts, Kusunoki families continued to be active, producing some of the notable figures such as Masahide KUSUNIKI and Mitsumasa KUSUNOKI, who served as military commanders of Gonancho (Second Southern Court).
  907. Even after the war, articles criticizing the Army continued to be published in the "Ikai Jiho" (Medical Newsletter) until Koike's resignation.
  908. Even after the war, the Shinno was given the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum, the Imperial Princesses were given the Order of the Precious Crown (the present Grand Cordon of the Order of the Precious Crown), and the Queens were given the Order of the Precious Crown, Peony (the present Order of the Precious Crown, Peony).
  909. Even after their husbands have passed away, Consorts of Imperial Princes and Princes are addressed in the same manner without adding the prefix 'Late' to the husband's name, for example 'Her Imperial Highness Hisako Consort to Imperial Prince Norihito.'
  910. Even after they killed two of Kira's retainers who came out of the hut trying to attack them, they still saw something moving, and thus Jujiro HAZAMA plunged a spear.
  911. Even after they started to serve Tametomo, they seek for an opportunity to take a revenge on enemies of their parents.
  912. Even after they were joined by OTOMO no Makuta and HAJI no Umate, there were only 30 or so men.
  913. Even after this advent of the Japanese-language dictionary, the setsuyoshu had survived for a while as convenient dictionaries for daily use.
  914. Even after this incident, Tosho-in continued reigning the provinces of the Akamatsu family territory, gripping the real power of the family as a de facto family head, counting on her daughters and Muramune URAGAMI, and collaborating with Takakuni HOSOKAWA.
  915. Even after this incident, a person by the name of Yoshichika appears a number of times in historical records.
  916. Even after this point, he managed to increase his income still further, becoming the feudal lord of Takasaki Domain, a status with an annual income of 50,000 koku.
  917. Even after this, Kagetaka still tried to plot an anti-Takakage movement by recruited the help of Hongan-ji Temple, the followers of Ikko sect in Kaga, the Takeda clan of Wakasa Province, and the Shiba clan of Owari Province.
  918. Even after this, his cousin Ishikawamaro and his younger brother SOGA no Akae served as the minister.
  919. Even after this, work to lower the temperature by appropriately changing the order of stacking is continued in order to check the temperature of the rice several times.
  920. Even afterwards, he did not give up to persuade his parents, and it was in 1867 when he finally achieved to join the Shinsengumi.
  921. Even all lionhearted samurai could not stop tears in their eyes as they were not a rock or wood.
  922. Even amidst all the denunciation, Nichiren of the Nichiren sect was famous for his radicalism.
  923. Even among Japanese dolls, traditionally the hands and feet, faces, hairdos and costumes of the dolls for the Girls Day and Boy's Day Festivals are each made by a craftsman who specialize in that part of the doll.
  924. Even among Mukakusha, there were many shrines which had Ujiko, and as independent shrines, they were not different from other shrines, but the only difference was whether they received heihaku or not.
  925. Even among the castles that were kept for conversion to Army sites, some castles, such as Hikone-jo Castle, had their lands and buildings preserved under an exceptional policy of the Meiji Government, being designated National Treasures and special historic sites.
  926. Even among the dramas which were discontinued, some are being presented again nowadays.
  927. Even an area is categorized as "outside of territory", it means that the land is just not easy to influence by control of China (or the virtue of an emperor of China) and it should be controlled by an emperor of China.
  928. Even an expert is not able to detect an imitation old sword created in the period until the Kamakura period, called the jidainise (imitation created at that time).
  929. Even an isseki kyo (one-stone scripture) was buried in the ground and covered with soil, and a monument was elected for it to pray for the dead.
  930. Even animal spirits and other spirits can use human words to some extent when they are responding to a human.
  931. Even animals act like this, and humans much more so.'
  932. Even as a child, I thought quite straightforwardly.'
  933. Even as a kinshu, he was active only for two years.
  934. Even as her family declined, she continued to take pride in her descent from shizoku; however, some believe that this was the cause of her failure in business.
  935. Even as it became the Meiji period, transportation by horses was still valued, and an establishment of a 'land transportation company' was encouraged by the new government.
  936. Even as they hurry, their hearts are left behind.
  937. Even at banquets today, seats are often designated as 'kamiza' or 'shimoza' according to their position relative to the tokonoma, which implies that distances from tokonoma once helped members to verify each other's rank and status.
  938. Even at present time, passed down art objects which crossed over to Japan in Ming and Qing period are highly esteemed and traded in high price.
  939. Even at present, Konnomaru-eido Hall, which enshrines Shoshin TOSANOBO, namely Konnomaru SHIBUYA, is located at the corner of Konno Hachiman-jinja Shrine and next to it, there exists a stone that has been handed down as 'the stone used for the fortress of Shibuya Castle.'
  940. Even at present, his favorite patterns are called 'Yuzen Pattern' and Kyo-Yuzen is inheriting them.
  941. Even at present, however, this name is being used as the product name of model trains manufactured by Sekisui Metal Co., Ltd. (for example: 'Color of 201 Series Keihanshin Local Train').
  942. Even at present, it is permitted as medical practice to drink mineral water, to bathe for pre-determined time and to have a massage while taking a shower.
  943. Even at present, many people visit and offer flowers in order to mourn their death.
  944. Even at present, tanabata is celebrated on July 7 of the old calendar in some regions.
  945. Even at present, the Izumi family calls Motokiyo IZUMI as the successor to the 21st soke.
  946. Even at present, the Reizei family has inherited the patterns from those days.
  947. Even at present, the descendants of the Taira family with the surname Ban reside in this village.
  948. Even at shrines that enshrine Emperor Ojin, and at Hachiman-jinja Shrines that enshrine Empress Jingu throughout Japan, Emperor Chuai is equally ignored.
  949. Even at stations where there are exceptionally more than three platforms, the number isn't always mentioned (in most cases at stations on the Kyoto Line or the stations where higher-category trains pass nonstop,
  950. Even at that time there was a rumor that the father of Someko's child, Yoshisato YANAGISAWA, was Tsunayoshi.
  951. Even at that time, the kokujin lords were in the process of forming a master-servant relationship with the Mori clan.
  952. Even at the Zen temples after the medieval period, chigo and katsujiki had been mainly considered male homosexuals.
  953. Even at the relatives' gatherings for succession of property, religious conversion, etc. activities which are almost the same as shakubuku are sometimes performed, which may cause serious troubles on human relationship and money problems.
  954. Even at the stage of treaty ratification, Korea was only interested in their honor.
  955. Even at the time of the enforcement of the municipal organization in 1957, when they had been advocating a simplification of old form of Chinese characters, the first mayor, Yonezo YAMAMOTO applied for a description of '五條 City' to the nation and the prefecture.
  956. Even at these temples, only a portion of Ennen remains as traces.
  957. Even before Taiko-kenchi, comprehensive land surveys (also called Sashidashi Kenchi) were conducted by Nobunaga ODA (some people call it 'Shincho Kenchi').
  958. Even before his death, there had been an established view that 'Banri's forte exists in his writing.
  959. Even before the consolidation with two other towns, the population growth here was remarkable; a report from the national census in 2005 says the growth rate ranked sixth out of all towns and villages in Japan (at that time), and the population exceeded 40,000 on March 10, 2006.
  960. Even before the gauge was changed, 50 Hz, 20,000 VAC power supplies were used in the Yamagata Shinkansen line and the Akita Shinkansen line, both mini-Shinkansens.
  961. Even before the kazoku system was established, rating kazoku based on the peerage had been discussed.
  962. Even before the railway abolition, Kaya Station was remodeled as 'Kaya Steam Locomotive Square,' and the cars of the train used by Kaya Railway, such as the diesel car and the Steam Locomotive No. 2 made in Britain, were on display.
  963. Even before then, Mutsu was suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis; when the Triple Intervention arrived, a cabinet meeting was held over this challenge at the sickbed of Mutsu, who was already in a recuperation in Maiko, Hyogo Prefecture.
  964. Even behaving as an ordinary woman, the knowledge of what we did will reach Yamazaki someday.
  965. Even besides this, there were various names used for the range of tea house operations: 'hikitejaya' (a teahouse where customers were entertained until they were taken to see the high-ranking courtesan), 'machiai-jaya' (tea house to lend seats and tables, or rooms), 'deaijaya' (a meeting tea-house), 'sumo-jaya' (sumo teahouse), 'ryorijaya' (restaurant) etc.
  966. Even colored paintings in Suiboku-ga style, mainly with Sumi, but with a few colors, are often included as 'Suiboku-ga.'
  967. Even compared to national wage levels in an era when the status difference between social classes was very large, such a salary was extremely high.
  968. Even considering other possible theories, one that presumes he continued to stay in Shimousa in spite of the reward grants in Mutsu and another that presumes that he relocated to Mutsu, the existence of Tanemochi is still doubtful due to unreliable data of the family trees.
  969. Even considering that Nagaoka-kyo (the ancient capital of Nagaoka) was located in Oe, it is clear that the Haji clan of her mother's side were revered as nobles, which was a marked contrast to the status of her father's side commoners.
  970. Even considering that some of his character evaluations are distorted and inconsistent in order to justify the Tokugawa shogunate, his contributions are undeniable and he introduced a convincing periodization of Japanese history for the first time and made it possible to write a political history.
  971. Even despicable trickery is overlooked because it is committed by little children.
  972. Even during such a period, this scene had been continuously performed as one of the typical keren performances.
  973. Even during the Edo period, however, it was not popularly used in feudal domains in the Tohoku District.
  974. Even during the Heian period this was seen in Emperor Saga, Emperor Uda, Emperor Enyu, etc. (as described later).
  975. Even during the Kamakura period, the kokuga administration centering on zaichokanjin continued.
  976. Even during the Kamakura period, there was 'buke' (samurai family) in contrast to 'kuge' (aristocrat).
  977. Even during the Qing Dynasty, Neo-Confucianism was inherited as system teaching and learning, and used to create the national policy based on Reikyo, and utilized only in the narrow range, such as ethics of master and servant.
  978. Even during the World War II, Chiso was allowed to produce and sell yuzen fabrics as an 'authorized preserver of techniques.'
  979. Even during the chaotic period after the Meiji Restoration, he worked hard to protect traditional kyogen performance in Kyoto.
  980. Even during the later the Genpei War, they negotiated through either Kokuga or shoen (manor in medieval Japan), called as 'Karimusha' when mobilized due to civil rights, and were not a central fighting force of a battle.
  981. Even during the medieval period, the shrine was highly revered by not only the Sugawara clan and the Fujiwara clan but also the Ashikaga Shogunate family.
  982. Even during the reign of Sanetomo, Masako played a decisive role in various occasions, and if this was all true, the unique presence of Masako as an arbitrator should be acknowledged, along with the forces of vassals in the togoku including the Hojo clan.
  983. Even during the time of peace, he busied himself with the reinforcement of army against his own imagined enemy, Owari Domain; however, this led him confront with his legitimate child, Tadaharu, who was against this.
  984. Even during the war, as an exception, Kitcho was able to continue its operation through the offices of governor of Osaka Prefecture Kakichi KAWARADA.
  985. Even during this period, he often visited Kamakura at the requests of Yoritsune KUJO and Tsunetoki HOJO, who were the Shikken (regents to the shogunate), and spent days to go and return between Kamakura and the Onjo-ji Temple.
  986. Even during this time, rice continues absorbing moisture.
  987. Even families that could not afford hinadan sewed pieces of cloth from futon (Japanese blanket with cover) and made a heartfelt first annual present for a baby.
  988. Even fish cannot live in the clean water of Shirakawa and old dirty rice fields and ponds are yearned for.
  989. Even for Shinkansen, regular maintenance of the train-cars is necessary, and railway yards are provided at various locations along the lines (for more information about the check items, refer to "Checks on train-cars").
  990. Even for non-ginjoshu, certain honjozoshu and junmaishu are stored for a long period for the purpose of maturing due to various reasons, such as natural conditions of the place where the brewery is located, features of the local water, and the concept which the toji aimed at.
  991. Even for some ryotei that refuse visitors without an introduction, if the table is reserved via by a gold card or a black card of certain credit cards at the service desk, even first visitors without introductions can enter the ryotei.
  992. Even for such purposes, shuzo yosui that has fulfilled the rigid criteria described in the section for water quality, is used.
  993. Even for the same Mei, each school has different definitions and scores and also different judgment by gyoji (umpire).
  994. Even for those who do not produce Kanshi themselves, in the world of shigin or calligraphy, kanshi is a part of the basic culture as a thing to be read or viewed.
  995. Even free papers are issued because there are too many groups.
  996. Even from the Nara period there are not many remaining paintings.
  997. Even funeral processions were prohibited.
  998. Even granted that he was constitutionally weak, it is, on the contrary, a large question why such a weak person was able to leave offspring.
  999. Even he was the third son, he took over as head of the family, because he was a birth child of the lawful wife of the Hojo clan.
  1000. Even his Empress Hashihito no Himemiko followed her elder brother (Naka no Oe) and returned to Wakyo.

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