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  1. Even his lawful wife passed away after giving birth to their second daughter, Naka no Kimi.
  2. Even huge amounts of political documents submitted by Arai in respond to Ienobu's request seems to have been scrapped.
  3. Even if 'the original text' of the three books of Baekje went back that far, terms and meanings have to be understood in the context of the Japan of '交' in the seventh and eighth centuries and it is impossible to quickly go back to the contents of the original history book of Baekje.
  4. Even if Daigaku sama is given a stipend of 1 million koku, he (Daigaku ASANO) cannot appear in public because his brother is in such a situation."
  5. Even if Kagami no Okimi was not related by birth to Kagami no O, the father of Nukata no Okimi, the word 'Kagami' (a mirror) in their names indicates a possibility that they were raised by the same clan of mirror makers.
  6. Even if Nagasaki-tempura gets cold, it is still delicious, so Nagasaki-tempura is often served as a menu of shippoku-ryori (a banquet-style offering and a combination of Chinese, Japanese, and European dishes.)
  7. Even if O-oku determined the authority of the administrator as a rule, the authority given in O-oku depended on the Shogun's private opinion and the O-oku could not stop the Shogun giving authority to his favorite.
  8. Even if Tenshu restoration in a strict sense was planned,it was impossible to comply with the earthquake-proof standard and the safety standard for the use of buildings.
  9. Even if Your Majesty is alone, here, your subject, Takechi will, with the help of gods of heaven and earth, lead our warlords and defeat our enemy to protect your life.'
  10. Even if a Cabinet was formed, in case that a conflict between the Cabinet and the military occurred, the military legally owned the power to dissolve any Cabinet by forcing a Military Minister to resign and not designating a replacement.
  11. Even if a good sake was made by kimoto (a traditional method to make sake mash), it was almost impossible to 'brew the same sake again.'
  12. Even if a meal is served during interrogation, its expense must be borne by the suspect.
  13. Even if a representative won, he got maimed due to burn injuries in many cases.
  14. Even if a street (Shimogyo Ward) running from Shijo-dori Street to the southern part is called Ponto-cho, most people can recognize the name, but, the street has another official name: Saiseki-dori Street, and the entertainment district lies along the street.
  15. Even if an active constituent was isolated by chance, it was just a product of chance, rather than resulting from a chemical demonstration.
  16. Even if an incense stick is broken by mistake, it doesn't come to nothing.
  17. Even if having the right to have an audience with the shogun, a hatamoto actually could have an audience with the shogun only in the occasion of succession to family headship or Atoshiki-sozoku (inheriting the family head post because his father died), if he earned a small amount of rice crop or was provided with no post.
  18. Even if he is called Oenomiko, his position is not guaranteed absolutely, and there may be several princes called Oenomiko.
  19. Even if he looked like that, it does not spoil his achievements.
  20. Even if he resigned once, he should be reappointed.
  21. Even if he took adventurous second-rate films, he looked rather unconcerned rather than having a clingy questionable atmosphere that emerged with Teruo ISHII.
  22. Even if his reputation as Busho was not favorable, his ability to command and observe the situation is thought to have received a passing mark.
  23. Even if ikki once boasted great power, most ikki were weakened by internal factionalization or the like, which caused most ikki to be defeated on an individual basis.
  24. Even if it appears on stories of the 16 century or later, it is also strange that commoners had good kiseru in the old days when smoking population was small.
  25. Even if it is a small amount, the introduction of kakekoji and kakemai proves to be drastic for yeast, and yeast is laid aside for a day after soe to let it adapt itself to the new environment.
  26. Even if it is difficult to do so because the road goes straight, one should make efforts not to use the same road as much as possible.
  27. Even if it is home-made for the home consumption, some consideration needs to be given for hygienic aspects.
  28. Even if it is the same kind of shochu with the ones that had been drunk by warming up back then, it is overwhelmingly common in present days for it to be drunk straight in room temperature, mixed with water, or mixed with hot water.
  29. Even if it is true, it indicates nothing more than his high social standing and cannot be seen as a symbol of his weakness.
  30. Even if it was the Cabinet not consisted of any polical party, it happened often that the members of Kizokuin (the House of Peers) who belonged to the friendship club entered the Cabinet in return when Rikken seiyukai was supporting the Cabinet from outside.
  31. Even if kosa is observed in Japan, it only causes the sky to become slightly hazy and causes a small amount of sand to be accumulated on the ground, with hardly any serious damage reported.
  32. Even if ladies were ranked the Third Rank or higher, they were prohibited from using the style of joro if they were not allowed to put on the colors of the Imperial families.
  33. Even if miso is added to a one-pot dish cooked at the table, it is normally not called miso soup.
  34. Even if my body rots in the Musashino Plain, I will forever have yamato-damashii (Shoin YOSHIDA).
  35. Even if natto is dried, the bacillus subtilis natto will not die out.
  36. Even if no inscription is carved on the sword, the feature of iron and the Nioikuchi (a part of a sword where light seems to stand out) of the old sword is definitely different from a new one.
  37. Even if not hitting the target, still, the arrow which is closer to the target becomes higher rank.
  38. Even if nothing bad happens, physical deterioration may manifest itself as decreased strength or slower reflex at the ages of major calamity.
  39. Even if one feels sad, screaming is prohibited.
  40. Even if one files an action later, it puts the consumer side at a disadvantage in many cases, and so it is necessary to check the contents of the contract before signing.
  41. Even if one was born to warrior-class parents, he or she was demoted to Heimin (a commoner) after being segregated from their family register.
  42. Even if permitted to bathe, it is better to avoid prolonged bathing.
  43. Even if remains of a place where kyokusui no en could be found, it does not necessarily mean that it was in fact held there.
  44. Even if seven judges could not find the instructions after seven trials, they instruct the dead person to go to one of the Rokudo (six posthumous realms) after those trials, therefore additional trials are effectively the relief measures.
  45. Even if some cans have a scarce value, however, movement for detailed systematization has not been active.
  46. Even if soybeans and bittern aren't used, soft foods in the form of tofu are called 'kawari dofu' (unusual tofu).
  47. Even if square paper is not available, origami can be fully enjoyed with paper made by shaping unwanted documents in hand into a square with a little ingenuity, and therefore it is not necessary to prepare origami paper in advance.
  48. Even if staff entered in the chamber for repairs and research for only a few hours, the temperature in the chamber elevated and the humidity decreased.
  49. Even if such a person was promoted to the Sangi, he was allowed to serve as the Shikibu no Taifu concurrently.
  50. Even if that compilation had been true, it is guessed that it had to have largely relied on oral traditions.
  51. Even if the 'sport' is replaced with 'kakutogi' (combat sports), there is a view that regards them as the same.
  52. Even if the Oda family had only 1,000 teppo, this figure can be regarded as significant in relation to the size of each army.
  53. Even if the Yamato clan were settlers from Baekje, they were not naturalized new arrivals like the descendants of the Baekje royal family, but arrived considerably further back in time.
  54. Even if the character was modeled after a real person, other stories concerning court nobles during the Heian period seem to have been added.
  55. Even if the common belief was correct, there is no proof of that because almost all of the han bills were collected and exchanged for silver coins before the Mizuno clan of Bingo-fukuyama Domain and the Mizuno family of Yuki Domain died out.
  56. Even if the content of a sutra is fictional or a lie, it can be said that the letters of the sutra exist clearly and are the truth.
  57. Even if the disputes over the ownership of shoens happened, there did not exist the authority which could settle them, and thus those who had the power came to govern the shoens.
  58. Even if the gyobusho (ministry of justice) decided that the death sentence was appropriate, fukuso (reporting to the Emperor after repeating research) was performed three times with the Emperor, and the Emperor had to approve the execution of the death sentence.
  59. Even if the karoku was 3,000 koku or less, the following generation of rusui (caretaker or keeper [official post in the Edo era]), oban (obangumi unit [castle guards of hatamoto]), shoinban (the castle guards) and koshogumi (page corps) were considered as yoriai.
  60. Even if the king of Korea showed loyalty to the Qing dynasty, Qing would not influence affairs of the state in Korea.
  61. Even if the later theory of the thirteenth century was correct, it was definitely after the Genpei War.
  62. Even if the latter should slay an enemy on the battlefield, no credit was given because they did not have samurai status.
  63. Even if the letters of a sutra do not look like Nyorai as might be expected, they can at least be seen as letters.
  64. Even if the new master had not attained enlightenment, the disciples would have been able to do so if it is within a few generations from that of the master who gained enlightenment, therefore it is possible to take such a measure.
  65. Even if the opponent seems to have lost fighting power completely, it can be camouflage, and the opponent may return the attack by taking advantage of one's being off guard.
  66. Even if the post became vacant, it remained unfilled until an Imperial Prince suitable for the post appeared.
  67. Even if the tsugi no ma is used as seats for accompanying people, it is only a width of three jo.
  68. Even if there are absent members, the members that are left must keep ties with deceased members by Shuzen (restoration).
  69. Even if there are more than one gates, you eventually get to one single destination.
  70. Even if they manufactured guns for themselves, iron and brass which guns are made from and saltpeter which black gunpowder is made from are not produced in Saika, and there is no material to suggest the source of their supply and others.
  71. Even if they supported Emperor Antoku, his ascension was by a coup d'etat and it was difficult for the Taira clan to maintain credibility.
  72. Even if they traveled without permission, when it was confirmed that they had intended to visit the Ise-jingu Shrine, a traveler would not receive a punishment that was worse than a "reprimand."
  73. Even if they tried to produce good quality sake, it was difficult for them to get enough materials because the rice for sake brewing was received only through the ration system under the food-control system which was established in 1942 and issued rice and grain passbooks to public.
  74. Even if this incident was their conspiracy, it would be impossible to be carried out without the support of the leading gokenin (vassals).
  75. Even if this present body was buried in snow of Koshiji region, I would leave a name behind me by washing it down the clear water melting into the snow.
  76. Even if used with the utmost care, it would have broken bristles after being used a couple dozens of times.
  77. Even if we Chinese are despised, why should we be treated in the same way as them?" (Issue No.2, 1903 of "Sekko-cho" [monthly Chinese magazine])
  78. Even if we follow the standard theory based on the Takeda clan's westward operation in which they apparently deployed 30,000 men, this figure cannot be taken as the maximum number of soldiers they mobilized in the Battle of Nagashino.
  79. Even if we say "for a while," this work cannot be completed within several hours, it takes usually three to four weeks until heat caused by friction is totally radiated and the rice settles down.
  80. Even if we say "karai (shin), " it does not mean "hot" in cooking (taste of red pepper or pepper) or kan (saltiness).
  81. Even if we take the view that the relocation from Shimousa to Mutsu was factual, individual names mentioned in the family trees are not reliable, and the existence of Tanenaga remains doubtful.
  82. Even if you are fine now, you may die in another moment.
  83. Even if you escape into a house, intrusion of sand makes it almost impossible to conduct ordinary household activities.
  84. Even if you explain about water, you can not be wet actually, and even if you explain about fire very well, you can not feel hot actually.'
  85. Even if you fell behind because of Ieyasu, if your brothers or family, or one of your fudai had died on the battle field, people would not have doubted you since you luckily scapegoated the dead, but nobody died.
  86. Even if you have written your name on the koden-bukuro (outer envelope), you should write your address, including the post code, and name again on the rear of the naka-bukuro.
  87. Even if you receive it as God's words, you have to judge it by yourself.
  88. Even if you were an Emperor in this world, who cares since you are dead?'
  89. Even if you were to think nothing of my death, as we shared a long-lasting close relationship, I want you to take pity on me, and pray for the repose of my soul in the afterlife.
  90. Even in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), there is no detailed description about him.
  91. Even in "Koyo Gunkan" read widely in the Edo period, no description of a military strategist is made about Kansuke.
  92. Even in 1771 when Yasukuni was still alive, corrections were already made.
  93. Even in 2008, the brewery Kusumi Shuzo is manufacturing several brands of sake from "Kameno-o" rice as ingredients.
  94. Even in Japan, some conservative activists aimed at an absolute monarchy.
  95. Even in Japan, the general trend was to follow this opinion, and even many persons within JNR questioned the plan to lay a high-speed railway line in specifications different from those of existing regular lines.
  96. Even in Japan, we've had a similar belief since primitive times, as shown in the crouched burial position of the Jomon period.
  97. Even in Kansai, conger pike is considered a luxury foodstuff in summer, but parboiled conger pike is widely sold in supermarkets, so it is a dish closely connected to everyday life.
  98. Even in Osaka Prefecture which has the largest number of sento in Japan, each year 30 to 60 sento close their doors, and consequently the number decreased from 2,531 in 1969 to 1,103 at the end of March 2008.
  99. Even in Osaka facing the sea, most of the sea food available was products processed with salt or sake lees.
  100. Even in Russia achieving a remarkable economic growth, the sushi boom rises, and fanciers of sushi increase mainly in the wealthier categories.
  101. Even in Russia, which is the origin of the method of manufacture of salmon roe in Japan, people do not eat it as often as in Japan.
  102. Even in Taiwan located in the south, kosa in the level of 500 ?g per cubic meter are observed centered on spring.
  103. Even in Tokyo, Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the ninth), Kichiemon NAKAMURA (the first), Uzaemon ICHIMURA (the fifteenth), Kanzaburo NAKAMURA (the seventeenth), Shoroku ONOE (the second), and others adopted staging integrated kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka) style into Edo.
  104. Even in Yonago City in Tottori Prefecture, 150km away from the epicenter, 2 houses collapsed.
  105. Even in a particular kabuki play, Kuranosuke OISHI is shown to have played around in the Ichiriki-jaya teahouse at the beginning of the Edo period, and many anti-shogunate samurai who were to establish the new government frequented the hanamachi.
  106. Even in an open battle on the continent, one of the main tactics of the Yuan army was to damage the enemy by shooting arrows from horseback, maintaining certain distance from it and taking advantage of the mobility of the cavalry.
  107. Even in ancient times, when the modern term 'fermentation' didn't exist, it was well known that adding 'something' to rice and water will turn the mixture into sake, and this 'something' was called koji (malted rice), moto (yeast mash), or shubo.
  108. Even in big cities like Tokyo, bathhouses whose draws are hot springs have started business and are attracting many clients.
  109. Even in case of evil gods, a protection of their head is unrecognizable for humans.
  110. Even in cases when it is not on the menu, it is served if a customer orders an 'intermediate' or 'Number 2.'
  111. Even in countries such as China, he is recognized as the leading figure in Japanese cinema.
  112. Even in direction, modern theater directors, such as "Hideki NODA," "Yukio NINAGAWA," "Kazumi KUSHIDA," "Koki MITANI" and "Efu WAKAGI," were invited, thereby adding the modern theater flavor to Kabuki performances.
  113. Even in dispatching couriers two days after, Oyori's party were supposed to arrive and there was no way couriers were able to catch up with Oyori's party.
  114. Even in each chapter, various types of rich writing such as lists, essays or reminiscences are freely interwoven, like a flying horse soaring into the sky with a strand of associations called up one after another. (Boku HAGITANI)
  115. Even in gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music), there are some tunes that contain the word "fundoshi."
  116. Even in his 90s, Sensai was in good health without his eyesight and hearing lessened.
  117. Even in his later days, Ienari either made personal pilgrimages or had a wakadoshiyori (a high government official) visit the tomb of Iemoto TOKUGAWA, the son of the previous shogun Ieharu TOKUGAWA, on the anniversary of his death.
  118. Even in later years the father and son went back and forth between Kyoto and Sakamoto.
  119. Even in modern times "-kososure" and "-kosoare," which are almost as rare as fossils, are still used.
  120. Even in nations that do not use Chinese characters, there are cases where a monarch who reigns over several regions or nations is superior to a king who reigns over only one region or one nation.
  121. Even in our time of the 21st century, peddling of seafood still remains in the mountains far from the seas and peddling of all kinds of food and everyday goods also remains mainly in solitary islands or remote areas far from urban areas where the mainstream of circulation centers.
  122. Even in our time, the state sovereignty theory is a popular theory in terms of sovereign power in this means.
  123. Even in peacetime, he always carried three sho (about 5.4 liters) of rice, Miso (Bean paste) and 300 mon of silver coins with him.
  124. Even in pre-modern Japan civil trials did exist, however, a systematic Minpoten was never prepared.
  125. Even in recent times, a samurai residence was built as massive architecture based on pure Shoin-zukuri.
  126. Even in regions far from the center of Japan, some dominant temples and shrines exerted a big influence on the power balance in those days with holding military power or by joining forces with the local militia.
  127. Even in rural agricultural communities, which used to be isolated before, the situations in cities were quickly passed around by the movement of people and the increased distribution of goods along with the development of railways and introduction of automobiles.
  128. Even in rural areas where buckwheat was cultivated by slash-and-burn farming, sobakiri was recognized as a treat for special occasions such as holidays, New Year's and when having company.
  129. Even in similar cases, the result can be greatly different depending on the situation; this is not something which can be predicted beforehand.
  130. Even in successful cases of 'toshi,' she always put her back to observers when performing 'toshi,' saying that she could not concentrate, and refused stubbornly observations from the side and the front.
  131. Even in such a situation, Gengobe sits on a futon which is the only thing remaining in the room and thinks about Koman.
  132. Even in such a tight situation that not a few occupational branch families retired from Kyogen circles following these feuds, only Manzo NOMURA, the fifth (name after retirement, Mansai) gave remarkable performance.
  133. Even in such case, "tsuyuiri" occurs as usual in the next year.
  134. Even in such case, being aware of the same clan became the basis for unification.
  135. Even in such cases, however, outside people couldn't find kakurezato again, or saw lacquer ware come floating down from upstream and as a result, they sometimes came to think of kakurezato as something like a specter.
  136. Even in sweltering summer heat, practitioners aren't allowed to roll up their sleeves.
  137. Even in terms of routes which have been registered, most of Ohechi and Ise-ji Routes are taken by National Route 42.
  138. Even in the 19th century, the humble or lowly people 'Washu' were under harsh discrimination.
  139. Even in the Edo period, considering the background of the Ashikaga Family as the former shogunate, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA granted Kakaku (the family status) equivalent to the yield of 100,000 koku to Yoriuji ASHIKAGA, who had originally been entitled to only 4,500 koku, and allowed the family to continue as the Kitsuregawa clan.
  140. Even in the Edo period, the rank of Samurai differed greatly based on whether they were allowed to ride a horse on a battlefield or not.
  141. Even in the Emperor Godaigo's Kenmu Restoration that came about after the fall of the Kamakura bakufu, the system of placing Shugo alongside Kokushi was left intact.
  142. Even in the Kizoku society as a whole, the number of Kizoku persons from the Fujiwara clan increased, while those from the other clans declined
  143. Even in the Meiji period and later, nagaya were generally used as dwellings in urban areas.
  144. Even in the Meiji period, legal systems were not developed in Okinawa Prefecture and the old systems which had been used since the age of the Ryukyu Kingdom were still in effect.
  145. Even in the Meiji period, pufferfish poisoning did not die out.
  146. Even in the Meiji period, the works of Bakin were highly appreciated, and until the early modern literature was established by Shoyo TSUBOUCHI and Shimei FUTABATEI, Japanese literature had been highly influenced by gesaku such as Yomihon.
  147. Even in the Shikoku region, which belonged to the sphere of influence of the Taira family, provincial officials of Awa Province and Sanuki Province clandestinely consorted with the Minamoto clan and attacked, with more than ten boats, the camp of Norimori, Michimori, and Noritsune, father and sons, who were in the Shimotsui region, Bizen Province.
  148. Even in the US, tomato ketchup is rarely heated to season food.
  149. Even in the academic carrier sphere, children in the kazoku class could enter Gakushuin School without examination, and it was guaranteed that they could advance up to Gakushuin High School (in the former educational system).
  150. Even in the actual historical record, his promotion to Jusanmi was so unprecedented that Kanezane KUJO recorded this as 'the most unusual occurrence' in his journal "Gyokuyo."
  151. Even in the budo that holds the game or competition, the aim varies from one disciplinant to another; some aim to win, but others concentrate on their own training without sticking to them.
  152. Even in the case of Nyufu marriage, if a female head of a family did not wish to reserve the position, her husband of course replaced the position.
  153. Even in the case of murder, seizing and taking a debtor's life instead of a murderer's as a part of adauchi (revenge including killing)/fukushu (revenge) was justified as a way of Shichitorikoi.
  154. Even in the case which was not generally acceptable, she could retire or abolish the family in order to get married, only if she obtained permission specially from the court.
  155. Even in the current Heisei era (1989-present), this room is used when the present emperor visits Sennyu-ji Temple for occasions such as his coronation report (1990), the 1,200th anniversary of the establishment of the capital in the city of Heian (1994), and his report on the 10th year of his reign (1999).
  156. Even in the early-modern times (after the Azuchi-Momoyama period), many castles did not even have Tenshudai (base of keep); construction of Tenshu having been judged unnecessary from the start.
  157. Even in the era of JNR, competition with limited expresses on the regular railway lines operated in parallel with Shinkansen lines existed, but the situation was considered not 'constituting a competitive situation' because both lines were operated by the same company.
  158. Even in the following year, 1601, Masamune continued to invade.
  159. Even in the foreign land after going away from Kyoto, Kangyoin kept supporting Princess Kazunomiya.
  160. Even in the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, the event of Toshiya was held, but in 1872, Edo-sanjusangen-do Hall was deconstructed.
  161. Even in the later Sanyo Shinkansen and Tohoku Shinkansen line, the routes are rather mountainous compared with those in France and Germany, being provided with many obstacles, such as undulations and curves, which have prevented high-speed designs.
  162. Even in the latter case, however, adjacent chapters are loosely connected by sharing common words, phrases, or contents.
  163. Even in the long history of Kansai Kabuki, the role played by Nizaemon KATAOKA XIII is extremely large.
  164. Even in the middle of the Meiji Period, sake breweries were commonly managed on the premise that about ten percent of the brewed sake would become rotten before shipment.
  165. Even in the middle of the Muromachi period, the Hatakeyama clan, who was Shugo (provincial constable), could not control Kii Province without cooperation of temple and shrine powers.
  166. Even in the modern era, large scale farmland consolidation and concrete irrigation canals were not implemented, and efforts to maintain and preserve the landscape of Tashibu Manor continue.
  167. Even in the modern era, there are examples of Communist Party members accused of crimes that they did not commit taking their own lives by cutting their abdomens in public during the Cultural Revolution.
  168. Even in the modern-day haiku, 'kire' is thought to be one of the most important techniques used in the composition, and verses without the 'kire' are considered to be haiku.
  169. Even in the official documents that were handed over from JNR to JR corresponding to the privatization of JNR in 1987, it is described that 'A two-tier elevated structure should be provided on the Omiya side.'
  170. Even in the outskirts this custom is well-known, so Mihara City, Onomichi City, and Fukuyama City - all situated in the prefectural eastern area (once called Bingo Province) - have quite a few temples and spots that preserve the custom.
  171. Even in the period after that, it had such influence that it was said that, 'until the first half of the twentieth century (when academic variorums such as the "Genji Monogatari taisei "were written), it was the age of reading The Tale of Genji using the Kogetsusho.'
  172. Even in the post-war period, Kinuyo gave well received performances in "Joyu Sumako no Koi" (The Love of Sumako the Actress) directed by Mizoguchi and "Kaze No Naka No Mendori" (A Hen in the Wind) directed by Director Yasujiro OZU.
  173. Even in the present day, in part of Kyoto there remains a custom that a bride exhibits her kimonos brought as bride's household articles to her neighbors at the time of marriage.
  174. Even in the present day, it is inevitable to use the term when discussing the philosophy of religion, and, contrary to Tylor's view of the animism, Robert Ranulph MARETT advocated that there is a notion of a power or a life without a personality among 'barbarian' tribes.
  175. Even in the present day, there is a view that Kim Jong-il of North Korea has his own kagemusha.
  176. Even in the present time schedule, after making a connection with an express train waiting at Moriguchishi Station, the train arrives first at Hirakatashi Station without being passed by another express coming up from behind (the outbound train arrives first at Moriguchishi Station after departing from Hirakatashi Station).
  177. Even in the present time, the Tengu in the folklore in Mogami Gun, Yamagata Prefecture is an old man with white hair.
  178. Even in the same Tokugawa shogun family, the Tokugawa Aoi of the family up to the third generation had 33 stripes per leaf, which were gradually reduced to 13 per leaf in the Yoshinobu era.
  179. Even in the samurai society, the Nenkiho was not supposed to be adopted for the land management of jito (land steward appointed by the central military government to each of the estates into which the countryside was divided).
  180. Even in the section in which the special rapid train stops at every station to the north of Omi-Maiko Station and Hikone Station, the train runs with the sign 'Special Rapid,' while the timetable includes descriptions of 'Special Rapid.'
  181. Even in the snow, which lay on the old village where I live, being heartbroken I cannot see a sign of spring but yet feel that the spring has come (Shin Kokinshu).
  182. Even in the summer, sha (silk gauze) was not used and simply tailored similarly to the Kataorimono worn in the winter.
  183. Even in the twenty-first century, his book continues to be referred to by the scholars of "Kojiki" and ancient culture as the authoritative book.
  184. Even in the writings of Zeami, who compiled Noh, it is said that the meaning of "Yugen" is not necessarily consistent.
  185. Even in these days when the poor reputation of Tanuma has greatly been modified, the evaluation of Ieharu is still influenced by the past theory of his having been a foolish ruler.
  186. Even in this case the user is required to have the portion he/she has copied in materials confirmed by a library staff person.
  187. Even in this case, he was not allowed to use his family seal without permission.
  188. Even in this case, the director of the cooperative is usually also a gang boss or the president of some society, meaning that rather than associations for cooperation, they are associations for the boss's benefit.
  189. Even in this period such an artist as Tamechika REIZEI Fukko Yamato-eha (a group of artists from the late Edo period who consciously attempted to revive the past tradition of Heian and Kamakura periods) created superior Buddhist paintings.
  190. Even in this period, in ceremonies that were not government affairs such as New Year Imperial Poetry Reading Parties or New Year Gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music) Recitals or private ceremonies such as genpuku (celebrate one's coming of age), they wore official ikan or noshi layering hitoe or kinu and sashinuki.
  191. Even in those days Neesima knew the importance of offering education for women, and this led him to establish a college for women (at the time, Doshisha University was for men only).
  192. Even in those days, it was considered that the enforcement of the Taiho Ritsuryo was an epoch-making and historical project, and almost at the same time, the name 'Nippon' and the first official era name 'Taiho' were formally promulgated.
  193. Even in today's Igo World, not a few people including Akira ISHIDA regard Shuho being on par with these grand masters.
  194. Even in today's Japan, the customs remain where a bundle of Japanese iris and mugwort are hung under the eaves and people take a Shobuyu (bath in which bundles of Japanese iris are floating).
  195. Even in weather and climate, an appropriate amount of sunny weather and rain means good harvest and fruitful rain, but too much of them can cause drought and floods.
  196. Even including the provinces, there are only a few to about some tens in each prefecture, so totally it is just about a few hundred in the whole nation (data from Traditional Japanese Cuisine Restaurant Association and Junior Traditional Japanese Cuisine Restaurant Association).
  197. Even jogging, chess and yoga are in the sport, so the budo naturally belongs to the sport.
  198. Even koryu jujutsu is regarded as the same.
  199. Even later, when he had a drink at home, he thought back over the scene, and he became gradually angry at Kurosawa, who forced too dangerous shooting on him.
  200. Even literature from the mid Nara period described that the first currency that as issued was Wado-kaichin in 708.
  201. Even members of the Liberal Party that Itagaki himself created left him to switch to the Seiyukai Party established by Hirobumi ITO, leaving Itagaki to live solitarily in his last years.
  202. Even more than in China, the home of Yomeigaku, it drastically declined under Shushigaku's oppression.
  203. Even more than in other scenes, Harunaga thoroughly bullies Mitsuhide as if he has a personality disorder.
  204. Even my life that's so dearHow could I be hesitantTo sacrifice just for you
  205. Even nobles were neither given reduction of the penalty nor granted amnesty.
  206. Even noodles are no exception, and spaghetti is also cut into short pieces.
  207. Even now Saigo is very popular among people in Kagoshima Prefecture, and according to a public survey conducted by the Japan Broadcasting Corporation, elders deify him.
  208. Even now he is popular among the people in the neighborhood of Shigisan-jo Castle.
  209. Even now in Hiroshima or Kobe few use mayonnaise and even in the same Kansai region; the preference for mayonnaise is different between Osaka and Kobe.
  210. Even now in the Jodo Shinshu Sect, it is observed that honzon (principal Buddhist image) of a butsudan should be a hanging scroll acquired from its head temple through each family's ancestral temple.
  211. Even now it is the custom to read between his teeth when reading "Shoe no nyonin."
  212. Even now its use is advocated strongly.
  213. Even now the expression is something that supporters of the imperial family would rather try to avoid.
  214. Even now the remains are buried underground.
  215. Even now there remains the muramai systems centering around Yoshikawa-cho, Miki City and is serving as a strong connection not only to deal rice for brewing sake, but also to help each other in the occurrences of disasters such as droughts, floods, earthquakes, and so on.
  216. Even now they are used as a reference when creating Japanese gardens.
  217. Even now they do not always follow the competition rules unless the federation is involved.
  218. Even now they urinate standing, but it is not limited to Japan, and as seen in the Manikin Pis statue in Belgium they urinate standing across the world.
  219. Even now, Anderson's collection is on public display at the British Museum.
  220. Even now, Bojutsu is often performed in rituals and festivals by the names of Bo no te (Japanese traditional dance), Bojutsu, bo-odori (bar dance) and shishimai (lion dance).
  221. Even now, Daigo-ji Temple holds 'Hotaiko Hanami Gyoretsu' (Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's procession to view blossoms) on the second Sunday of April each year, based on this event.
  222. Even now, Jinmu Tenno Sokui Kigen is legally used together with gengo and the Gregorian calendar and, for example, the style of placing intercalary years is determined based not on the Gregorian calendar but on Jinmu Tenno Sokui Kigen (Imperial Edict No. 90 issued on May 10, 1898).
  223. Even now, National Route 367 is a trunk road between Kyoto and Fukui.
  224. Even now, Wa is considered to be the most important Japanese value.
  225. Even now, Yoshikage is often evaluated as a foolish busho (Japanese military commander).
  226. Even now, a custom in which people have to be barefoot to visit the holly precincts of the shrine is strictly observed.
  227. Even now, boxes to store gold bullions (ingot) or bullion bars are sold at noble metal trading companies as "sen-ryo-bako" (sometimes such boxes are offered to purchasers as free gifts).
  228. Even now, fukuro shinai are used in training in many schools of swordsmanship, such as the Shinkage-ryu school, Kashima-Shintoryu school, Maniwanen-ryu school, Onohaitto-ryu school and the Jigen-ryu school.
  229. Even now, he continues to work actively, and with a 70 year career in film, he is known as one of the oldest filmmakers in the world..
  230. Even now, he is considered as a loyal subject and his bronze statues are placed in various places such as in the vicinity of the Japan Meteorological Agency in Ote-machi, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo and in the premise of Wake-jinja Shrine in Wake-cho, Okayama Prefecture.
  231. Even now, in many "sento" (public bath house), yuzuyu is prepared on the winter solstice.
  232. Even now, in the twenty-first century, gatherings and organizations called Mujin, Tanomoshi, or Moai exist in various places in Japan (mainly in the regions of farming and fishing villages).
  233. Even now, it can be seen from the top side of the platforms.
  234. Even now, mainly on this basis, Mahayana Buddhism is often evaluated negatively.
  235. Even now, many Geisha in Tokyo take the 'yakko- names' mentioned above.
  236. Even now, many people are accustomed to calling it by the traditional name 'Hokki-ji.'
  237. Even now, monpe are sold as mobile work clothes.
  238. Even now, of the 76 round-trip operations each weekday conducted between the two lines, only 28 (approximately one-third) of them provide through-service up to Uzumasa Tenjingawa Station, except during the early morning and late night.
  239. Even now, performers from the Kansai region hold practice performances at the temple.
  240. Even now, rank-and-file employees occasionally speak metaphorically, 'I am still a decchi' in self-deprecation.
  241. Even now, some breweries still write toji as '頭司' instead of '杜氏' in Japanese.
  242. Even now, some people in some regions enshrine Yumiya as an amulet, exorcism or barrier at the entrance or on the roof.
  243. Even now, some shops still use the term 'namba,' such as 'Kamo namba' instead of 'Kamo namban' and 'Curry namba' instead of 'Curry namban.'
  244. Even now, the braided cord business is prospering traditionally in the Iga Province and other areas.
  245. Even now, the medicine "Sujiwatashi", which has been handed down through generations of SERIZAWA family, is prescribed.
  246. Even now, the older generation uses the traditional Japanese age system.
  247. Even now, the spirits of the dead are called Bonsama in some regions.
  248. Even now, the use of Kogi to mean 'Seken (the world)' or 'Sekentei (decency)' is a vestige of such usage.
  249. Even now, there are many areas where they commemorate the long-lasting virtues of the late Mitsuhide, who was a cultured person conversant with many studies and fond of Waka and Chanoyu, and a prominent politician skillful in domestic politics giving good administration out of his love for the people.
  250. Even now, there are several Ashigara-jinja Shrines (足柄神社 and 芦柄神社) and children's sumo competitions are still held in Nagahama City.
  251. Even now, there is still a strong custom against positioning any gate or storage room, or any place using water such as a kitchen, rest room, or bath, in the direction coinciding with the kimon as seen from the center of the house.
  252. Even now, there remains a statue of lion which belonged to his private house.
  253. Even now, this custom is still observed as a festival called 'Nagashi-bina' (literally, 'floating hina dolls').
  254. Even now, women are prevented from stepping up into a dohyo.
  255. Even nowadays the Jikaku ranking system is still used by the internal organizations within various religious groups.
  256. Even nowadays, it is a famous ryotei in Yokosuka.
  257. Even nowadays, it is often used in tea ceremonies of the merchant class.
  258. Even nowadays, kanin are treated as a subject of collection and appreciations from the view point of calligraphy, antiquities, and archaeology, and kanin are dealt as art objects.
  259. Even nowadays, regular tooth blackening can be seen in the following regions of minority races.
  260. Even nowadays, the two tailoring styles "straight line" and "clam" (sea gull) remain.
  261. Even nowadays, there survive a lot of manuscripts with this 'Okuiri' at the end of each volume.
  262. Even nowadays, we learn from these, for a short distance target, regardless of the sect, a target 36cm in diameter is generally set up at a low position 28m away.
  263. Even on whaling ships where fresh whale meat was available and fresh food materials were needed as well, large-sized whales except dolphins were not eaten by almost all of the sailors, with rare exceptions.
  264. Even once a person retires, he or she should not always live a leisurely life.
  265. Even other items that were not made as obidome can be a substitute for obidome, when it has a part on which a string can be passed through.
  266. Even people who became socially weak due to the internal conflict within China at that time sought patronage and entered the faith, which contributed to the expanding influence of Christianity.
  267. Even people who did not have appropriate knowledge and discernments for Bunjin came to proclaim themselves Bunjin.
  268. Even people who had positive attitude towards "Bankoku Koho" such as Fucheng XUE, Amane NISHI and Kil-chun YU strongly believed that the policy of fukoku kyohei (fortifying the country, strengthening the military) was essential to be protected by international law (金鳳珍2004).
  269. Even persons at Sekkan families could not decide national political affairs autocratically, and all nationally important political affairs were decided through a conference, for example, Jin no sadame (ancient cabinet council), whose members were Kugyo.
  270. Even plants and flowers or beasts and birds have hearts.'
  271. Even real criminal cases include those in which the crime developed with the aim of revenge.
  272. Even rice is different in localities in terms of kind and the way of cooking it.
  273. Even saltier and sweeter mentsuyu may be preferred depending upon locality.
  274. Even secrets of the nobility, including emperors, are disclosed without hesitation and descriptions of the history of the Japanese dynasty demonstrate a human touch, which gives a thoroughly different perspective as compared to the official history.
  275. Even setting aside the credibility of the Mikawa Monogatari, when one considers that description, the current estimation of Nobutada's loyalty to Nobunaga remains in dispute.
  276. Even severer than Princess Kazunomiya, Kangyoin was confronting with the Edo maids centering on Tenshoin about the lifestyle in the inner halls of a palace.
  277. Even shugodai (deputy military governors) were given the licenses to use painted portable shrines and oiled-paper umbrella covers.
  278. Even sinners should not doubt because Amida Buddha does not abandon them.
  279. Even skilled jugglers need to be very careful, though it is unlikely that such a skilled juggler burns himself.
  280. Even so he allowed Suisen ICHIKAWA, his first daughter to have a love marriage.
  281. Even so, Ikebana of Enshu school was favored by the samurai society in the Edo period, and it is still prosperous at many castle towns throughout Japan.
  282. Even so, MIMURA left astonishingly enormous volume of works.
  283. Even so, Shingen waited for Yoshikage to send the troops again and held his own troops back, however, the following March he gave up on Yoshikage who had yet to reply and captured Noda-jo Castle in Ieyasu's territory.
  284. Even so, Toru HIRAYAMA, a producer in charge of character series at that time, later looked back and commented in the magazine 'Uchusen' that by the middle of the 1960s Toei was regarded as an NET-affiliated production company within the industry.
  285. Even so, bentos are sold in convenience stores.
  286. Even so, danjiri-bayashi of the Nagae region were sometimes dedicated at the precincts of Osaka Tenman-gu Shrine as a 'guest' by around the 40th year of the Showa Period.
  287. Even so, he would almost always be at the turning points in the history of a space chronicle that is etched in units of a thousand years.
  288. Even so, it was still an unprecedented promotion.
  289. Even so, it was thought that the debt was more or less repaid when calling the balance due "Shomongashi" (a bond loan) and its principal and interests were paid by installments in multi-year.
  290. Even so, shokan had existed with the manorial system until the Sengoku period, however, they disappeared because manors were dissolved by Taiko-kenchi (the land survey of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI).
  291. Even so, since work was troublesome and delayed, palace-related operations were transferred to newly-established Shurishiki (The Palace Repairs Office) in 818, and civil engineering work within the imperial capital was transferred to newly-established Shuribojoshi around the same time, respectively.
  292. Even so, some of the kuge possessed chigyo koku (provincial fiefdom) and its succession was hereditary (e.g. the Nakanoin family of the Kozuke Province, the Saionji family of the Iyo Province, and the like).
  293. Even so, studies continued as part of history and Japanese literature research, and outstanding researchers such as Jojitsu SATO and Hidematsu WADA emerged.
  294. Even so, the Prince didn't give up his plan, and finally he was executed.
  295. Even so, the government broke down the opposition of the Imperial Diet and the Privy Council (Japan) with a support of the public opinion and the acknowledgement of Genro (elder statesman) and the Minister of the Interior, completed the ratification in October 2, 1930.
  296. Even so, the grief of Emperor Shirakawa persisted, and he built Enko-in Temple in 1086 to bury her remains, made the Buddha statue monthly, and built Entoku-in Temple, Katsuraku-in Temple, and Jogyo-do hall and held a memorial service for her.
  297. Even so, the operation of the forest could attain a certain amount of profit by logging trees despite experiencing the turbulent period during and after the war, and contributed to the formation of wealth of the university and returned some of the profit to the local communities, although it was a fixed amount.
  298. Even so, the party gained 41 seats in the first election for the House of Representatives, and continuously worked together with the Liberal party in favor of reducing land taxes to encourage the private sector.
  299. Even so, the princess does not forget about the Chunagon (Chujo), and the lovers meet again coincidentally at the court.
  300. Even so, the ratio of Azukarichi in all bakufu territories was restricted to 10% to 20%.
  301. Even so, the records are highly reliable.
  302. Even so, the trains, particularly express trains, become very crowded and there are passengers who ask for the operation of all-night limited express trains.
  303. Even so, there were some who were unable to pay for their debts and when temples managing Shidosen sought Private Acts of Virtuous Government, they were sometimes targeted in Tokusei uprisings.
  304. Even so, these two styles have many commonalities.
  305. Even so, they could gather troops from near countries.
  306. Even some local trains had to pass this station without stopping during certain time zones when it was a so-called bar line station with no side or refuge track (circumstances were the same at Yoshitomi Station, Takatsu Station and Fuchigaki Station, all of which are located in Kyoto Prefecture).
  307. Even some of those which are regarded as his masterpieces are doubted about the year of making.
  308. Even some restaurants not particularly specializing in Japanese cuisine serve teriyaki meat dishes.
  309. Even some shrines without goshintai hold a ceremony called Funadama matsuri or an event called Funemukae on January 11.
  310. Even stand-up-eating Udon shops commonly provide a small plate of two small Inarizushi.
  311. Even such Butsugu as with the same name have different shapes and colors according to the sect.
  312. Even such villages certainly had (2) houses and land, and takamochi-hyakusho who possessed them were regarded as hon-byakusho.
  313. Even supposing that Ninkan had been studying when he was in Daigo Sanboin Temple before going into exile, still there was a too short period for him to initiate Kenren into the secret arts.
  314. Even taking account of the strict class system of the Army, it can't be said that Ogai had no responsibility at all for his superior officer's actions.
  315. Even the Asakura family had a flash point of Ikko sect's revolt in the northern area, and they were not willing to directly conflict with the Rokkaku family, a large force.
  316. Even the Imperial court and the emperor's family were no exception, and the Shie Incident (the great conflict between the shogunate and the Imperial Court, concerning priests' robes which were usually purple) was a symbolic one.
  317. Even the Inuit, who are said not to waste any resources, do not have the custom of eating salmon roe and discard the roe together with the innards as soon as they have caught the fish.
  318. Even the Meiji government came to know his fame, so he was asked to work for the government.
  319. Even the Takeda army was afraid of his military braveness.
  320. Even the Tohoku Region could not be uneventful as seen by the fact that Sasagawa-kubo and the Shiba clan (governor of Mutsu Province) were subverted.
  321. Even the Tokyo Nichinichi Newspaper, famous for blindly praising the policies of the government, criticized the government and the speeches to criticize the government were given in various places.
  322. Even the Zeng Guofan, who rendered distinguish service by subjugating the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, stated that even if foreigners were at fault, they must not make it a bigger deal by writing this in official records.
  323. Even the Zenshinza, drama company associated with the Japanese Communist Party adheres to the practice of artists inheriting predecessor's acting names as do the avant garde troupes Shinpa-Geki (a New Faction Drama) and Shochiku Shin Kigeki (Shochiku New Comedy).
  324. Even the data in Shinchoko-ki, Organtino's report and so on, which reported the ship comparatively in detail, included no description of the armor, so it is unknown how the ship was armored with iron.
  325. Even the descendants of Yoshino (Imperial) Court (Go-nancho) entered the war, and it escalated into an out-of-control war that involved the entire nation.
  326. Even the elite units of the former Shogunate forces which had joined the alliance were forced to use old rifles when they ran short of ammunition.
  327. Even the emperor was unable to oppose Kanemichi's fierce determination.
  328. Even the families which were conferred upon the title of the peerage such as count or viscount after the Meiji period were called Jigenin if they were not originally court nobles.
  329. Even the following incident occurred: A sakaya owner who was accused by a customer of 'serving goldfish sake' killed himself for clarifying that the owner served no goldfish sake to the customer.
  330. Even the following instance occurred actually: Some persons in a position where false coins in the Ming Dynasty or Japan, for examples, Sakai-sen (coins cast in Sakai in the late 16th century) could be gathered and made into those coins possessed by other persons intentionally.
  331. Even the following intersections to the north of Sanjo are named in the same way: 'Takanobashi (Takanobashi Bridge) Higashizume' in place of 'Kawabata Kitaoji,' and 'Kamo Ohashi Bridge' or 'Keihan Demachiyanagieki-mae (Demachiyanagi or Demachi)' in place of 'Kawabata Imadegawa.'
  332. Even the great author Osaragi had to accept their proposal, and thus the Kurama Tengu played by Arakan returned.
  333. Even the letter 'Myo' has the following meanings:
  334. Even the love poems create melancholic atmosphere of loneliness.
  335. Even the lower rank like Kun hachito (the 8th Order of Merit) whose Kunki (decoration diploma) does not have the name of the Emperor in it, was described to be "conferred by the Emperor."
  336. Even the middle or lower-ranked vassals disliked this reform because it could have diminished their territory substantially.
  337. Even the power of the Imagawa clan, which was a family of the Ashikaga clan, was weakened by the punishment of Sadayo IMAGAWA, in spite of his great achievements in the past.
  338. Even the rubbed copy of this is partially broken and three poems are not legible.
  339. Even the scale was small, western clothes rental shops and shops dealing with western clothes were gradually opened across Japan.
  340. Even the schools that were once part of Yamato-shiza do not qualify for membership in the association if they have gone out of business like Kasuga-ryu of fue-kata.
  341. Even the shugo-dai placed the ko-shugo-dai (deputy of the shugo-dai), creating a structure of governance having two or three layers.
  342. Even the sleeves of hitatare got in the way once entering the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) (Japan), and something called kataginu (short sleevless garment made of hemp) was born.
  343. Even the spiritual power of words were used as incantations or the command of the emperor.
  344. Even the successive female emperors cancelled that kind of the ceremony.
  345. Even the words used within the temple and ritual conventions are in Chinese style.
  346. Even the yuzen dyeing with patterns capable of producing a certain amount requires time and effort to use many pattern papers for each color to be used.
  347. Even then, Fujiuji waited for a chance to make a comeback by relying on Harusuke YANADA (child of Takasuke) and Yoshitaka SATOMI in Awa Province.
  348. Even then, it was inevitable that their political power was subject to volatility under a new lord.
  349. Even then, new editions of books on wasan were published.
  350. Even then, some academics such as Yoshinari TANAKA have argued against using 'Yoshino-cho' (Nanbokucho-Seijun problem).
  351. Even this grass hut could for the new owner be a festive house of dolls
  352. Even those transmigrated to Ten-do cannot escape from the rebirth of pain.
  353. Even those warriors in the vicinity of Kyoto did not want to support him, to the contrary, some warriors started to oppose to him.
  354. Even those who are under thirty years old tend to wear heavier atsugesho than singers of the same age in other genres.
  355. Even those who received shindenbunchi were treated equally as ordinary daimyo or hatamoto, but the administration of their territories was, in most cases, dependent on their head families and their unique administration was a rare case.
  356. Even those who support the view that the family actually lived and owned the land in the Mutsu Province do not entirely consider the genealogical tables as trustworthy historical resources, and there still remains doubt about whether Tanemitsu actually existed.
  357. Even those who support the view that the family moved to the Mutsu Province do not entirely believe in the genealogical tables as reliable resources, there still remains suspicions that some details of the genealogical table may have been made up during compilation.
  358. Even those who supported the Omi-Ryo existence theory began to regard Omi-Ryo as one phase of the long procedure to consolidate the Ritsuryo system, and the code became considered less important.
  359. Even though Edo Castle surrendered, many hard-core Shogunate retainers who continued to resist escaped from Edo, and moved from place to place in northern Kanto to fight.
  360. Even though I squeeze fujigoromo (clothes made of Japanese wisteria) with dew, autumn does not come unless drying its sleeve (Thinking about parents, "Shokukokin Wakashu" Volume 16, Aishuuta (Melancholy Poetry.)
  361. Even though I try to break off the flowering ashibi branch on the rock, nobody tells me that you are still here to be shown the branch by me.
  362. Even though Izanagi ran away, keeping them back with a Totsuka no Tsurugi sword, they still kept following him.
  363. Even though Jihe himself wrote the vows, Gozaemon who knew Jihe's usual irresponsibility was still skeptical of Jihe, and came to KAMIYA in dread of Osan.
  364. Even though Kotaiyoriai used the same anteroom seats (shikoseki) in Edo-jo Castle as feudal lords and direct retainers of the Shogun, they held no official position in the government.
  365. Even though Morofusa did not succeed to the sekke, many of his descendants became ministers.
  366. Even though Motonaga MIYOSHI, a powerful vassal of Harumoto, was the main person of the Yoshitsuna (Sakaikubo) group, he remonstrated against the policy of Rokuro (Harumoto) to try to make peace with the shogun Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, who had been opposing them.
  367. Even though Ryoto tetsuritsu ended, the concept still remained for a while.
  368. Even though Shinsengumi were constantly in contact with Shojiro GOTO of Tosa han (Tosa Domain), and knew about Taisei Hokan (the return of political power to the Emperor by the Tokugawa shogunate) beforehand, it was written in such a way that it the event was unexpected and surprising for the Shinsengumi.
  369. Even though Sogen was the same generation as Sekishu, he lived 20 years longer than Sekishu and served to spread the Sekishu-ryu School at an early stage.
  370. Even though Tosa and Hizen were included in Sacchodohi (the abbreviated form of Satsuma, Choshu, Tosa, Hizen), the people from these domains were the minority and those from Satsuma and Choshu domains formed far larger-scale cliques
  371. Even though Yagi-jo Castle fell into the hands of the enemy during the battle, it seems that they didn't burn it down given that no traces of embers have been found there.
  372. Even though Yorimori was a younger brother of Iemori born to the same mother, given the difference in age of 15 years between Yorimori and Kiyomori, it was impossible for Yorimori to push Kiyomori aside.
  373. Even though Yorinari TOKI was said to be incompetent many former retainers were still loyal to the TOKI clan, and even after Dosan restored order in Mino he was always troubled by those who posed a threat, which led to a difficulty in ruling the province.
  374. Even though Yoshikage ordered them to depart for the front, no one except for Kageakira ASAKURA appeared.
  375. Even though a Konidatai troop was positioned at the rear of the army, there was a high possibility that it would be attacked by the enemy.
  376. Even though a three year section is missing, it is now regarded as the best version Azumakagami.
  377. Even though an actual person, they have both substantial and virtual sides.
  378. Even though an extensive amount of intentional alterations and fictions were added, the main approach in the modern day is to observe the cultural background, and bring focus to these ancient people who viewed the world in this fashio.
  379. Even though an illegitimate line within the Uesugi family, descendants included Sadayori UESUGI, who served as acting head of the Ogigayatsu-Uesugi family at one point and, because he was valued by Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, became Shugo of Awa Province.
  380. Even though categorized into simple hot springs, the quality of each hot spring varies widely and simple comparison/categorization of them is not possible.
  381. Even though danjiri did not draw at the Tenjin Festival from the end of the Edo period to the Showa period, the music called danjiri-bayashi was inherited as a symbol of the festivals in Osaka.
  382. Even though exchanges with western countries were strictly restricted, trades with the Netherlands were implemented through Dejima in Nagasaki.
  383. Even though from the viewpoint of present-day (the early 21st century) historical study they may not be seen as very attractive, some say that they are very useful case studies because through them we can learn how history is formulated even in modern times.
  384. Even though he asked the ferryman 'not to have the chaser get across the river,' it did not help.
  385. Even though he belongs to the direct line of disciples of Shinran, Hongan-ji Temple at the time of Rennyo's birth was in an extreme state of decline in contrast to other schools of Buddhism and other sects within Jodoshin-shu, such Shinshu Bukkoji Sect in particular, that were flourishing.
  386. Even though he couldn't foresee any profitability, he agreed to their request, seeing the chance to create a part of Japan as a dream come true.
  387. Even though he did not receive permission to resign from his position as a Genro, advising of the appointment of the Prime Minister was led by the Minister of the Imperial Household followed by Saionji, who confirmed it.
  388. Even though he didn't have a special record in Kyoto as scholar, he had certain extensive knowledge and he was said to be qualified as the shogun's tutor in Kamakura where there were not many academically superior persons.
  389. Even though he eventually succeeded in defending his provision by interrupting Takeda proceeding into the north and holding up Hojo's breakthrough, the results Kenshin obtained from the invasion were poor.
  390. Even though he had a weak constitution, he gave up trivial pleasures and set his heart on being a good shogun, and it is said that the shogunal retainers were impressed with his attitude before and even after his death.
  391. Even though he had tried to bury old hatred and bring about a reconciliation once, his uncle TAIRA no Yoshikane criticized and persuaded him to be hostile to Masakado, which prefaced the Johei and Tengyo War.
  392. Even though he himself had died, Yoshinari's forces continued to keep the allied army of the Asai and Asakura clans bogged down at Sakamoto in Omi for several more days, thereby preventing them from being able to attack Nobunaga from the rear.
  393. Even though he moved up, he did not apply for a license which cost money, with 'kirigami' (a licensing document) and 'mokuroku' (a register of skills mastered) as he was of a poor family.
  394. Even though he was a daimyo, he was also a high-caliber disciple of Yuken TAKINO, who was the master of Kito-ryu school.
  395. Even though he was a hatamoto, he had shoryo in a key place for defense and was originally from the distinguished family of Omi-Genji (Minamoto clan), so he was ranked with kotaiyoriai (alternate yoriai, a family status of samurai warriors in the Edo period), which was treated equally to daimyo (Japanese feudal lord).
  396. Even though he was a young military commander from Iinoya, Totoumi Province, he was recorded in Ryueihikan as a fudai (hereditary daimyo) of Mikawa Okazaki along with the Sakakibara Clan and the Torii Clan (the oldest fudai was the Anjo fudai).
  397. Even though he was adopted from the Takatsuji family, since his child Atsumitsu YANAGIWARA (Masamitsu MACHI) inherited the Yanagiwara family, the family line ended, and became extinct.
  398. Even though he was assigned to Shogun, Yoshihide never entered Kyoto.
  399. Even though he was elected to the House of Peers in 1912, he remained active as a statesman until he died.
  400. Even though he was ill, Sanesuke, a person of sound judgment, made the decision to attend with Chunagon Takaie and managed the ceremony, but it ended up being a lonely ceremony.
  401. Even though he was renowned as an epicure, his opinion of French cuisine was low.
  402. Even though he was sent to the Izu Islands, he was only on the Izu Islands during the daytime; at night, he engaged in the ascetic practices in the Mount Fuji.
  403. Even though he was still at Kyoto Imperial University when they got married, their lives were unfittingly lavish for a 'student marriage.'
  404. Even though he was tortured he never spoke, and he was released few days later.
  405. Even though he was young, he served as the school manager of Tennenrishinryu.
  406. Even though his father-in-law, Hirotsune KAZUSA, was later purged, and the Taira family fell, Yoritomo's trust in Tokiie remained unchanged, and since he held the highest position among the members of Yoritomo's vassals, he was honored by those in the Shogunate, as well as those who were not.
  407. Even though his period of conspicuous activity in a turbulent times lasted slightly more than ten years, he had keen nose for political unrest and was cunning enough to entrap opposing enemies, he lived through the confusion of the Kinai region.
  408. Even though if Susukori actually existed, it seems that he brought at most a progressed technique of sake brewing.
  409. Even though in the 4th century divided governing of the country became more evident and the West of Rome was called as "the emperor of the West" or "the territory of the West", it was not officially called the Western Roman Empire and "the Roman Empire" was considered to govern the both territories.
  410. Even though it is a degenerate world, how could I hit the master.'
  411. Even though it is conceded that this 'diary' is the same as the tales of "Hogen" and "Heiji," Enkeibon, which preserves the original form of "Heike Monogatari" but doesn't contain the same words, it is questioned whether it really tells the truth about the period when Kiyomori was alive.
  412. Even though it is contradictory to say Emperor Sutoku is Konpira Daigongen because of the time period, there was such a belief.
  413. Even though it is wielded, it is as though it would cut a spring breeze at lightning speed.
  414. Even though it is written in Tokugawa jikki (The True Tokugawa Records) that Kira loved to be bribed and was humiliated when Asano refused to give Kira a bribe, it must be said its credibility is not clear because the document has not much value as a historical material.
  415. Even though it was a memorial igo match, it lasted for 4 days.
  416. Even though it was a political marriage, it was a happy one and on Tanabata of 1588, which was the 31st year of their marriage, they composed the following poems to each other.
  417. Even though it was limited to literary people and men of letters, the "Omokage" (Vestiges), a translated book of poems, was translated by five people, and "Shigarami Soshi" (Constraint Brochure) and "Mezamashi-gusa" (Eye-awakening grasses) magazine, a publication aimed at a particular hobby group, were circulated to many people.
  418. Even though it was normal in samurai society for vassals to follow their master to the grave, no vassals followed Naomasa when he died,
  419. Even though konbushime pulls strings when flipped to eat, this does not mean it is rotten; this is caused by the mucin derived from the konbu.
  420. Even though makeup is even more realistic in movies and television dramas, there is a tendency to use thicker eyeliner and other makeup than what is used in Jidaigeki since it comes out on film and video.
  421. Even though many of the lords of the domain served important posts such as wakadoshiyori, Osaka-kaban (a secondary guard post of Osaka-jo Castle), Oban gashira (captains of the great guards) and sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies) one after another, such service only added further expense on top of the domain's suffering financial situation.
  422. Even though mixed bathing was banned out of consideration for foreigners in the Meiji period, the sento reached new heights of prosperity along with the advanced urbanization and improved awareness of hygiene.
  423. Even though no illustration of official duties are found, "Gunkan" states that he was "Ina gundai" (an intendant or administrator of Ina).
  424. Even though no original buildings have survived the many fires since the temple was founded, the layout of the monastery from south to north-Nandaimon gate, Kondo, Lecture Hall, Dining Hall, in a straight line ? and the scale of all of the buildings are just as they were in the Heian period.
  425. Even though she reluctantly married an American, an Anti-Japanese bill prevented her from obtaining American citizenship, and when she returned to Japan, she was seen as a woman who had been blinded by greed.
  426. Even though sitting in seiza style is not always necessary in modern times when most houses are built in a western style, the seiza style is passed from one generation to another as a traditional Japanese way of sitting.
  427. Even though sushi has become popular in the western countries, eel kabayaki has not enjoyed the same popularity.
  428. Even though tenka-bito ran a military regime, it did not mean they wanted to govern by military power.
  429. Even though that sealing technology has now advanced it is still the norm to add it to ochazuke as the fragrant flavor is popular.
  430. Even though the Date clan was no more than a kokujin ryoshu (local samurai lord), it rose as an influential samurai family of Mutsu Province, one of the major provinces of Japan.
  431. Even though the Kenmu Restoration had begun, samurai were treated as spies of the Kuge (Court noble) and they ended up being placed in an unfavorable circumstance.
  432. Even though the Onin War, World War II, etc. caused the festival to temporarily discontinue, it has been continued for more than 1,000 years to date.
  433. Even though the anecdotes may not have been based on the truth, one can surmise the social conditions of the time from the background and setting associated with the subject.
  434. Even though the charge of 'Violation of the Ordinance' does not exist in the modern law, this was one of the most serious crimes in the society of court nobles, which placed the highest value on 'guarding the walls of the Imperial Family.'
  435. Even though the cooking method is mentioned, it is different from the method that is used today.
  436. Even though the crime that Kawatsugu committed was deserving of the punishment of death, he instead received a lower punishment and was exiled to Izu Province.
  437. Even though the dates public notices were sent is written in "Azuma Kagami," most of the documents seem not to have been preserved in the government office since that day.
  438. Even though the former Shogunate forces occupied Matsumae and Esashi, they wrecked the Kayo Maru Warship, the core of their forces, and in effect the navy deteriorated; they fought against the new government's forces at the Battle of Miyakowan Bay, but lost, allowing the government's forces to land at Ezochi.
  439. Even though the head family of the Sho clan was settled far away, if a branch used the name of the head family without asking, it could result in conflictions between the Sho clan brothers.
  440. Even though the law requires, you must refrain from killing a person thoughtlessly, on the pretext of complying with the law; even when someone offends the law, it doesn't matter to commute a penalty by taking the circumstances into consideration.'
  441. Even though the name was changed to the Eisho treaty after the Japanese invasion to Korea during the Meiji period, it was still not in an appropriate form of a treaty.
  442. Even though the number of companies manufacturing fukuro shinai is decreasing, veteran trainees can make them themselves referring to instructions passed down orally.
  443. Even though the officers from the branch office who feared for their physical safety escaped from the house to the branch office for help, they made the best of their way with a drawn sword because the violent followers chased and attacked them with rocks and bamboo lancings.
  444. Even though the official purpose of the moneylending was to generate funds to manage the temples and have memorial services for the deceased, the real purpose was for profit-making.
  445. Even though the post, Kanto Kanrei, was Kamakura-kubo's subordinate, shogun in Kyoto had its appointive power.
  446. Even though the shrine has been around since ancient times, it is not listed in the Engishiki Jinmyocho.
  447. Even though the valley has gone under water, Tsukigase Baikei Hoshokai and tourist associations continue their efforts to manage and protect Tsukigase Bairin and foster transplanted or young plum trees.
  448. Even though there are no established rules for which street name is used first for an intersection, the names of many intersections follow the rules below:
  449. Even though there are no specific records from the Edo era including names and births, records do show that Japanese women were trafficked by Chinese immigrants to the U.S. to work in U.S. brothels.
  450. Even though there are three platforms, the departure platform for each train is not fixed throughout the day.
  451. Even though there is no fixed style for a garan layout, there are many examples of temples that were built based on the Zen-sect style.
  452. Even though there is some time left for me to spend as heaven allowed,
  453. Even though there was a need for reform, the fact that the reform was forced under the pressures from the father of a tozama daimyo as well as the imperial court that had had no real power in politics until that time gave a tremendous damage to the bakufu's authority.
  454. Even though there was no proof that he spent the beginning of his life as 'Umunosuke YUKI' in Mimawarigumi and Shinsengumi, it is certain that he spent the later years of his life as 'Munizo YUKI' performing Christian missionary works.
  455. Even though there was opposition from Tenma ichiba ("Osaka Shunju" vol. 49), it can be said that it was an innovation for women to dance.
  456. Even though there were various limitations, the fact that the prefectural assemblies all over the country became the bases for the Jiyu Minken Undo sects to criticize and attack the government means that the autonomy of prefectural assemblies was not a hollow gesture.
  457. Even though these names are often used by the administration and are mentioned in guidebooks, there is no rigid system of classification.
  458. Even though these stories are called Izumo Mythology they are not included in "Izumo no kuni fudoki" (Ancient records of culture and the land of Izumo Province).
  459. Even though they were secret agents, their actual jobs were not so serious, for example, informing the shogun of the news in Edo city and visiting rural areas for inspection with their identity concealed.
  460. Even though they were under such a misfortune, they have a lot of connoisseurs of Chinese classic books among the successive family heads including Yoshinori, and they used to establish a kind of large cultural salon.
  461. Even though we know the story of Mida Nyorai's achieving enlightenment, it does not mean anything if we do not know the story of faith in Tariki that we can go to Heaven."
  462. Even though with two or more Karo officers were installed, except in especially large domains, factional strife still occurred in relation to political reforms and succession issues.
  463. Even thought the Creator again raised doubts and questioned Buddhist teachings, there is even 'Treasury of the True Dharma Eye, The essence of the Buddha's enlightenment' and doubtful teachings that are not documented and go beyond orthodox teachings which are associated with the sage Mahakasyapa.
  464. Even through her last day, the Empress Teimei planned to engage in the established practice of the eshaku (salutation, greeting) ritual to labor service groups, but had an attack of angina pectoris while she was preparing for the practice, and then suddenly passed away.
  465. Even to a general understanding of an important ground-breaking event in the history of the establishment of Kamakura bakufu, objections have been raised.
  466. Even to this day it is the costume worn by shrine maidens.
  467. Even to this day, Yabusame events are held temples in various parts of Japan.
  468. Even to this day, many consent to this model of advancement in life and social advancement of the disadvantaged.
  469. Even to this day, the straw hats used at Daijo-sai festival is presented to the Imperial Family from Fukae.
  470. Even today 'ken' used for designing Japanese houses has two sizes, 'Edoma' (Inakama) used mainly in eastern Japan and 'Kyoma' (Honma) used mainly in western Japan.
  471. Even today Shimenawa with a holly sprig is sold at Ise-jingu Shrine on New Year's Holidays.
  472. Even today Sotan Inari is still worshipped in a small shrine within the precincts of the Shokoku-ji Temple.
  473. Even today a role of princess in a period drama, Kabuki and Jidai Gyoretsu (a procession of people in historical costumes) in a festival wears a fukiwa wig and so we can see something which is comparatively close to the real one.
  474. Even today a sign for the bus terminal, '← For Ohara,' remains, though it has faded somewhat.
  475. Even today established shops that have been in business for hundreds of years stand side by side in a row.
  476. Even today in many text books there is no description of the cruel character, many do not even mention Emperor Buretsu at all.
  477. Even today it is a major cultivar among wase unshu and widely grown in green houses.
  478. Even today it is called various ways, but among them it is most often called 'toire' and the word can be widely used in many situations.
  479. Even today it is widely and routinely used in Japan.
  480. Even today many people still simply call it 'Saga Station.'
  481. Even today part of the activities which was conducted using the tonarigumi system has been succeeded to district associations, districts (not wards of government-ordinance-designated cities) and residents' associations.
  482. Even today people believe in shinboku (sacred tree), Mt.Fuji as sacred mountain, and inazuma (thunderbolt; a bolt of lightning) as faith in rice cropping.
  483. Even today some stories with comic endings based on "Seisuisho" like A Flattered Baby are performed.
  484. Even today there are people who would try to sell it at a high price, so it is necessary to be careful.
  485. Even today there are taboo words that should never be used at weddings or other such occasions, and these words have their origins in the concept of kotodama.
  486. Even today there are various theories as to what kind of people the Ezo were.
  487. Even today there is a speculation that a lifelong fate with Shingen may have changed to a kind of friendship between Kenshin and Shingen, but the fact is that Kenshin seemed to hate Shingen.
  488. Even today they are used as regular uniforms for female teachers and college students on graduation days.
  489. Even today when ethnic foods have become common in Japan, "curry" in this country mostly refers to curry and rice.
  490. Even today when sugar is available inexpensively, this sweetener is still used as a cooking ingredient.
  491. Even today yagurashita (the lowest-rank tayu) is considered to have a higher status in accomplishments than Danjuro ICHIKAWA.
  492. Even today, Daitokuji natto (natto made in Daitoku-ji Temple), Tenryuji natto (natto made in Tenryu-ji Temple), Ikkyuji natto (natto made in Ikkyu-ji Temple) and Hama-natto (Hamana natto (soybeans fermented with komekoji (mold grown on rice) and flour, pickled in saltwater and dried)) are still produced.
  493. Even today, Jikku Kannongyo is still used in the daily recitation of sutras and copying of sutras and the like, mainly in the Rinzaishu sect which was reinvigorated by Hakuin.
  494. Even today, Katakiuchi is often portrayed in the stories of samurai dramas.
  495. Even today, Keitokudentoroku is considered as a representative material for the Zen sect research and requisite but some of its contents are not necessarily consistent with the historical facts.
  496. Even today, Maizuru houses the Maritime Self-Defense Force Maizuru District Headquarters (established in 1952) and 8th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters (established in 1948), taking on the characteristic of a defense base.
  497. Even today, Sangyoku is played, with new pieces composed for it, and the efforts to hand down the music to subsequent generations are made as well.
  498. Even today, Yasaka-jinja Shrine and other shrines distributes red paper cards with "Sominshorai shison-no-mon" written on them in gold-colored characters, and the origin of this practice is the historical event mentioned above.
  499. Even today, a core ceremony is held by limited people in some matsuri.
  500. Even today, a few trains start and end their operations at this station in order to enter or exit a depot.
  501. Even today, a similar problem may occur unless a newly issued ten-yen coin is acknowledged to have the equivalent of 100 yen value.
  502. Even today, aburaage made in the Takeda district, is considerably large in size and thickness compared to the standard type.
  503. Even today, although it is defined by the code for court ranks, the highest rank in fact granted is Juichii (Junior First Rank), which is one rank lower.
  504. Even today, ascetic Zen monks conduct ango and undergo a hard ascetic practice, staying in the temple's precinct from Kessei, which is the start of ango, until gege, which is the end of ango.
  505. Even today, at the rite placing the ashes of the dead in the grave on the 35th day or 49th day after the death, staff of a funeral hall usually assist the bereaved in opening and closing of the gravestone, handling the urn and other things.
  506. Even today, bullet holes remain in the beams of the gate.
  507. Even today, comparing a soba restaurant and udon restaurant of equivalent standing class, it is common to find a larger variety of sake is available at a soba restaurant.
  508. Even today, families of ancient lineage in the Kansai region partly follow the old custom, displaying small pines (with a simplified design of pine branches) with roots wrapped in Japanese paper on both sides of the house entrance, instead of the standard kadomatsu.
  509. Even today, forestry is the major industry other than tourism, but there are also commuters who take the 40- to 50-minute trip to the center of Kyoto City.
  510. Even today, he is considered to be a busho (Japanese military commander) from the Sengoku period that is well known both locally within Yamanashi Prefecture, and nationwide.
  511. Even today, he is popular with Tajimi citizens, and he is regarded as the hero of the samurai's procession performance in the 'Tajimi-matsuri Festival.'
  512. Even today, his graveyard is in the inner shrine of Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine.
  513. Even today, however, during sake brewing using bubbling yeast, the above-described process of appearance can be seen in the tank.
  514. Even today, in Korea, `wenomu' (倭奴) is applied to express Japan.
  515. Even today, in a part of Hizuchi-cho, Yawatahama City, situated next to Iyo City, there are households that are supposed to be the descendents of the Saionji clan.
  516. Even today, in some areas such as the farming villages of the Tohoku region, there is a custom of eating azukigayu before the sagicho (ritual bonfire of New Year's decorations).
  517. Even today, in the Niiname-sai festival (ceremonial offering by the Emperor of newly-harvested rice to the deities) of the Imperial family, the two kinds of sake of shiroki (white sake) and kuroki (black sake) which are brewed in such ancient methods are served.
  518. Even today, it is being revived and handed down to subsequent generations by the local 'Okage-odori hozonkai' (Okage-odori dance preservation group), and the dance is presented at the Mito-jinja Shrine.
  519. Even today, it is not easy to decide which one of the above-mentioned two theories about the origin and meanings of the word 'Norito' is closer to the truth.
  520. Even today, it is produced in places such as Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture and Totsukawa-mura, Nara Prefecture.
  521. Even today, it is said that the local inhabitants have not only the love for the deer but also the reverence for them simultaneously.
  522. Even today, it is still in production and used for tanmaishu and so on.
  523. Even today, lines that are part of the Kobe and Hankyu Takarazuka lines, which were built by the Hankyu Railway, are sometimes subsumed under a single general category--the Jinpo Line--to distinguish them from the lines that are part of the former Kyoto Line.
  524. Even today, many celebrities stay at this hotel; imperial families mainly use this hotel when they stay in Nara.
  525. Even today, many descendants of his family remain mainly around Ibara City, Okayama Prefecture.
  526. Even today, many nagaya still exist, such as in the Tsukishima district of Tokyo.
  527. Even today, many practitioners conduct ascetic training over hill and dale, just as occurred in the age of Buddha Gautama.
  528. Even today, people visiting the Izumo Aki region are often told, "Even if you forget to bring a lunch, do not forget to bring an umbrella."
  529. Even today, pharmacies inherit the above practice and distribute tososan to their customers as year-end gifts.
  530. Even today, plural schools' traditional techniques still exist.
  531. Even today, remains of a gate of the castle (in the southern peak area), stone mounds (on the west slope of the northern peak), and remains of a water reservoir still exist there.
  532. Even today, remnants of the central compound, tenshudai (independent raised foundation upon which the castle keep was constructed) and stone walls can be seen on the surface of the ground.
  533. Even today, shrines in various places perform Yumiire/Kyusha Gyoji (shooting events) called 'Busha (奉射),' 'Oyumi-Shinji ritual,' etc.
  534. Even today, some people, such as those in the Medical Ethics Council, call medical science I-do after this.
  535. Even today, special arrangements should be made when Tayu and Shamisen-kata belonging to the Bunraku-za Theatre appear in Kabuki performances (Kabuki actors do not speak the line, and the whole story is narrated by Gidayu), and under normal conditions, this type of interactive events are not practiced.
  536. Even today, the "branch family" means the family of Tetsunojo in the Kanze school.
  537. Even today, the address of the west half of the platform of the Katamachi Line and JR Tozai Line at Kyobashi Station is 2-chome, Katamachi, Miyakojima Ward.
  538. Even today, the custom of urajimai still remains in coastal areas.
  539. Even today, the hand-driven type is on market as retro-style item.
  540. Even today, the numerous fringe temples of Enryaku-ji Temple known as satobo (small village temples) located in Sakamoto (Otsu City) lend a distinctive characteristic to the townscape with their stone walls built by the Ano-shu Guild.
  541. Even today, the scenes of the chatsubo procession are clearly expressed in an old children's song called "zuizui zukkorobashi."
  542. Even today, the school district of a District Elementary School is called motogakku (original school district), and is a unit of council organization.
  543. Even today, the temple festival for Atago is on the 24th of every month, which is the same for Jizo.
  544. Even today, the term "unagi meshi" is used in some shops and areas.
  545. Even today, the training grounds of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) remain in the vicinity of the Uji-gawa River.
  546. Even today, the tunes composed in the early days, called "honkyoku" or "honte-gumi," are generally played solo.
  547. Even today, the warehouses made of red bricks as well as the Catholic and Orthodox churches of the former settlement still remain.
  548. Even today, there appears no prospect that the work to construct these Shinkansen lines will be started, but the voices that desire their construction still remain strong in some quarters.
  549. Even today, there are local areas where the Bon festival dance is held as an act of homage to those who have died since the last Bon.
  550. Even today, there are people who use Fusui to bring good luck, and use of the theory is flourishing in Korea and Japan.
  551. Even today, there are regions where people visit the ujigami on the New Year's Eve and go home once, then visit again on the New Year's Day.
  552. Even today, there are some places such as Toki City, Gifu Prefecture and Toki Town, Mizunami City, whose names are associated with the Toki clan, and Kikyo (chinese bellflower) is designated as a flower of Toki City.
  553. Even today, there exists not a small number of movie theaters that show silent movies, and so there are also a significant number of katsudo benshi to narrate these movies.
  554. Even today, there is a hall for Oshiroibaba in the precincts of the Hase-dera Temple where the old woman is enshrined.
  555. Even today, there is a tendency to hesitate to use this method because the amount of time and labor required.
  556. Even today, there is still an Aido Shogun Jizo (a Jizo statue that means "child-loving" Shogun) in the area.
  557. Even today, these books are important materials to learn about the food cultures of that time.
  558. Even today, they sometimes set shorobune afloat on rivers or on the sea in Shimabara City, Saikai City, Matsuura City, and Goto City.
  559. Even today, this is the only Japanese song to ever rank No. 1 in the charts in the U.S.A.
  560. Even today, this pictogram is used at the stations on the Tohoku Shinkansen line and Joetsu Shinkansen line of JR East, and for the displays showing the gates to the Tokaido Shinkansen line at Tokyo Station (in the premises of JR East).
  561. Even today, this religion has faithful believers, mostly Chinese people, known as Kakyo or Kajin, in Taiwan or in southeastern Asia.
  562. Even today, this road is also called a Korean road (the section from Yasu City to Hikone City).
  563. Even today, those roles are distinguished from usual onnagata roles, as fuke oyama (the old lady acted by an actor).
  564. Even today, tokkuri is used for pouring sake.
  565. Even today, various yeasts are created by large manufacturers, biological research institutes, and universities.
  566. Even today, with 200 years having passed since then, no more incomplete parts have newly found.
  567. Even under difficult circumstances, the Soga brothers could never forget getting revenge for their father.
  568. Even under such circumstances, the Osaka Railway Bureau tried to minimize the decrease in the level by using 920 type metal-made cars and new type 72 cars.
  569. Even under the Five Dynasties the tendency to defend the local authority of hanchin did not change.
  570. Even under the circumstance of national isolation, exchanges with China and Korea continued in restricted form.
  571. Even under the rule of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, whose governance had the strongest aspects of dictatorship of all the shoguns, there were cabinet officials in the Shogunate who remonstrated against the shogun and were engaged in formulation of policies.
  572. Even under the subsequent Education Order, the Revised Education Order and Elementary School Order, it did not become a required subject.
  573. Even until then, the field practice forest had often been introduced on TV or in news papers, because the place had an image of being "an unexplored region."
  574. Even using this classification, there are considerably different opinions concerning when each of these periods started and ended.
  575. Even vegetarian katsudon is not impossible if bean curd cutlets and egg substitutes are used.
  576. Even when Genji makes an advance to her, she maintains her honor gracefully to the last though she is afflicted, which makes Genji, a young noble, deeply impressed.
  577. Even when I remonstrate with him about his behaviour, I only receive his anger - I may end up being punished.'
  578. Even when Mitsuhide AKECHI advanced to the Seta Bridge after defeating Nobunaga ODA in the Incident at Honno-ji Temple, Kagetaka did not yield to Mitsuhide and set fire to the Seta Castle and Seta Bridge.
  579. Even when Nigatsu-do Hall was lost by fire in 1667 "Shuni-e' was held in Sangatsu-do Hall and during and after the Pacific War, when various events had to be cancelled because of wartime shortage, it continued to be held.
  580. Even when Wang Mang usurped the throne and founded the Xin Dynasty, there was no big impact on kanin, and kanin kept being provided until the Later Han Dynasty was overthrown in 220.
  581. Even when a Doshin, who was working as a supervisor, reprimanded them, they talked back ("whatever I do, my head will fall off in the end.
  582. Even when a prince himself is decent and healthy, he could still be disinherited if he did not have a heir, especially a son, or due to the troubles arising from his marriage and their consequences.
  583. Even when a role of a woman is performed by a Noh actress, the actress wears a mask, and this is the legacy of the prohibition to women.
  584. Even when business is going reasonably well, some ryokan are forced to close due to the lack of a successor.
  585. Even when deciding dividends, it became complicated since the Hara brothers claimed the regressive rate which was better for lower ranking retainers whereas Ono suggested to pay dividends based on one's salary.
  586. Even when either one of them was away from the capital, they communicated frequently through letters.
  587. Even when elevators were installed, they were small and could not accommodate furniture, which was incredibly inconvenient when residents moved in or out.
  588. Even when giving a gift of money the term "mokuroku" is used, despite the lack of a list of gifts.
  589. Even when he or she cannot reach great enlightenment, if he or she is reminded of the hardship at that time, his or her suffering in life would be of no significance.
  590. Even when he or she studies sutra, what is necessary at first is an experience of enlightenment.
  591. Even when he visited Mibu around 1887, he looked so youthful that he did not look a day over 27 or 28, according to the book.
  592. Even when he was asked to create a seal of state for Manchukuo, he politely turned down this request.
  593. Even when he was heading to Sanyo-do Roadhe to follow Gempo MITSUKURI for the negotiation with Evfimii Vasil'evich Putyatin from Russia, he returned Ozu to meet his mother.
  594. Even when he went to war, he couldn't ride a horse, because he woud crush them.
  595. Even when in the Sokutai costume, the Gyotai was not usually put on.
  596. Even when it is held in one day, it is not always held in outdoors.
  597. Even when it isn't heated, Byakudan gives off a pleasant smell; therefore, it's commonly used for sculptures of Buddha, folding fans and Juzu (strings of rosary beads).
  598. Even when making powdered green tea, all you need is basically tea bowls and a tea whisk as tea utensils and a kettle to boil water.
  599. Even when one and the same jiuta is sung, its accompaniment melody of koto, kokyu and shakuhachi often varies from school to school, and the performance style varies from school to school, ranging from a unison-like ensemble to polyphonic one.
  600. Even when one becomes ill, one can not receive medical treatment.
  601. Even when samurai governed during the Kamakura and Muromachi periods, the bakufu was unable to place a provincial constable in Yamato Province because it had enormous power and armed priests.
  602. Even when snow happened to fall and a small amount of snow accumulation was observed, the snow melted before starting test runs, not constituting a test.
  603. Even when the Etsu-So Alliance (the Echigo and Sagami alliance) was later formed, Ujiyasu HOJO who was backing up the only Kogakubo Yoshiuji ASHIKAGA, carried on negotiation with Kenshin favoring Hojo.
  604. Even when the Fudai and Nihanba ranked families did not hold an official position within the shogunate, they would receive a stipend and were granted inheritance rights to their estates.
  605. Even when the amount stolen is below 10 ryo, if the thief has two convictions for larceny, shizai is automatically imposed regardless of the amount stolen.
  606. Even when the attacked survived, he was severely punished, including deprivation of samurai class and confiscation of his house and household articles.
  607. Even when the bombing became more intense during the last period of the Pacific War, he did not evacuate saying no bombs would drop near the Imperial Palace.
  608. Even when the head of the family had been already dead, sometimes an adoption was carried out in the name of the family head by concealing his death for some time.
  609. Even when the same name "yakitori" is used, seasonings, relishes, and parts or types of meat used vary depending on the area.
  610. Even when the term 'drying in the sun' is used, it is common to dry fish in the sun for approximately one hour and then placed into the shade for the rest of drying process.
  611. Even when the word is written with Chinese characters, they are accompanied by furigana (Japanese characters showing how to read the Chinese characters), and after the Meiji period, the scholarly reading of the word tends to be sakujo following the Chinese reading style.
  612. Even when there was a violent storm, he never failed to visit the Shrine to pray.
  613. Even when threatened with death Jinen Koji does not give, saying 'I will not get off the boat even if it means I am killed.'
  614. Even when trying to do good deeds, it was not just a matter knowing the criteria for good and bad but, in essence there was no set basis of judgment of good or evil.
  615. Even when whale oil became to be used for producing margarine later, it was a secret that margarine was made from whales, because whales were not considered food.
  616. Even when you touch the automatic ticket checker with ICOCA, on the screen the word "Suica" is displayed.
  617. Even while recuperating at home in Kojimachi, Tokyo, he worked hard for example by contributing articles to magazines.
  618. Even while still a young child Doji's physical stature and strength surpassed that of a grown man's, leading the barber at a loss as to how to raise him, but he decided to train him in hair-cutting, thereby hoping to calm his disposition.
  619. Even while washing rice, rice begins to absorb moisture and this step requires utmost attention as seen from the fact that it is called the "second rice washing stage."
  620. Even with respect to Wakanroeishu, it is written as "wagakimi" in old manuscripts, but, in printed books of the later age, it is written as "kimigayo" in many books.
  621. Even with that knowledge, one is probably an academic who cannot become Buddha, but with one word of shin (believe) one of ignorance can achieve nirvana.
  622. Even with the characteristics described above, however, it is difficult to clearly distinguish the enka from other genres (such as kayo kyoku - Japanese popular songs with ballads).
  623. Even with the efforts, the rumor that a war might occur again any time, for example, the saying that "A war may occur any day," was circulated in Kamakura, with a tense situation remaining and with regular council meetings not being held virtually, and kuge (court nobles) in Kyoto wrote that "Kanto was not quiet."
  624. Even with the latter theory of abbreviation, munabiraki shortening to munagi is also an unlikely process under normal circumstances.
  625. Even with the official documents, however, the provincial governors hesitated to battle against the Taira family: in fact, as the substantial governors in the provinces that received the official documents were from the Taira family, the official documents did not have any effect.
  626. Even with the renewal of Gafu, Yoshizumi and Masamoto could not take control of the Japan-Korea trade.
  627. Even with this method, if the egg is cold it will crack so it is a good idea to let it return to room temperature.
  628. Even with this, Minehira was not entirely forgiven and was paroled under the supervision of his third (elder) brother 立花小左衛門増武 and lived in 増武`s lands at Aoki village in Shima county (Nishi ku, Fukuoka City).
  629. Even within Kyoto, the vicinity of the shrine is particularly famous for its beautiful autumn leaves.
  630. Even within the Insai school, the teachings of Satsuma-Heki, Bizen-Heki, and the Enshu group can be traced back in detail genealogically.
  631. Even within the Taira clan, the Ise-Heishi (Taira clan), and in particular links with TAIRA no Masamori, led to instances where they were called "Heike."
  632. Even within the framework of the Ritsuryo system, it was possible under various pretexts to privately own large tracts of land, so that there existed private estates, owned mainly by families of noble rank.
  633. Even without that, the appointment to regent decreed 'service in state affairs,' so if that treatment was laid out in an imperial decree, it was so.
  634. Even woodpeckers leave the hermitage untouched in the summer trees
  635. Even works which try to be true to the original are revived as a modern work through different levels of reinterpretation.
  636. Even you climb the mountain every day, over 25 years are required to achieve 10,000 times.
  637. Even young ascetic monks fell victims to her charms.
  638. Even younger generations began to drink low-grade whisky (it was 'third grade whisky' or 'second grade whisky' depending on the grading system at that time).
  639. Even-numbered years
  640. Evening Hours
  641. Evening Party' Vol. 5 (1993) (a play by Miyuki NAKAJIMA)
  642. Evening Scene of Cherry Blossom Viewing by Kagaku MURAKAMI
  643. Evening glow: a combination of the red surface of the water which reflects the evening sun and other object on which the evening sun also shines.
  644. Event
  645. Event After the Kawamata Incident
  646. Event in which individuals can participate
  647. Event information
  648. Events
  649. Events Held in the Past
  650. Events Held in the Stadium
  651. Events Surrounding His Death
  652. Events after his Death and his Reputation
  653. Events and festivals
  654. Events called 'Burari Kitashinano Hina Tour' and 'Wedding with Juni-Hitoe (twelve-layered ceremonial kimono)' are also conducted in cooperation with municipalities in northern Shinano Province.
  655. Events called 'Jinzai Matsuri' are held at the Izumo- taisha Shrine in the first half of the month and at the Sata-jinja Shrine in the second half of the month.
  656. Events concerned
  657. Events described in the first half of the chapter
  658. Events described in the latter half of the chapter
  659. Events during the Eiroku period
  660. Events during the Meiji era
  661. Events etc.
  662. Events following the discovery
  663. Events for building a house
  664. Events for the setsubun day used to be the annual functions observed at court.
  665. Events for the thousandth anniversary of the Tale of Genji were divided into sponsored, co-sponsored, and aided and supported events, the difference between them depending on how the Committee for the Thousandth Anniversary of the Tale of Genji was involved.
  666. Events for which the date is not fixed
  667. Events going on now
  668. Events had left prince Mochihito, the third son of cloistered emperor Goshirakawa, in quite a precarious position.
  669. Events held for a natsumatsuri festival:
  670. Events in spring are listed in the east side.'
  671. Events including the development of handiwork using gourds, and the Hyotan Matsuri (gourd festival), etc. are also held.
  672. Events leading up to its establishment
  673. Events leading up to the Battle
  674. Events leading up to the uprising
  675. Events mainly held in autumn
  676. Events mainly held in spring
  677. Events mainly held in summer
  678. Events mainly held in winter
  679. Events of Omisoka (New Year's Eve): December 31
  680. Events performed on a specially arranged stage
  681. Events related to Japanese drums
  682. Events related to the abolishment of the Keishin-Sanjo - Misasagi section
  683. Events such as Takigi-noh (Noh theater performed at night by a fire) and concerts of Ninth Symphony are held on an irregular base.
  684. Events such as the abovementioned episode reveal the influence of Russo-Japanese War over post-war developments in the army.
  685. Events take place on railway line No. 1.
  686. Events that reminded one of later flower arrangement such as hanaawase (a flower card game or waka poetry contest about a flower), and hanakurabe (waka poetry contest about a flower) from the custom of hana shogan (flower appreciation) were performed.
  687. Events to prevent disasters
  688. Events to the north
  689. Events when shugi or bushugi are given.
  690. Events where taking pictures is allowed are highly popular, especially the groups wearing loincloths are highly popular among amateur photographers.
  691. Eventually Gien resigned too, and according to "Nihon Tojo rentoroku," he secluded himself in a small temple and never showed up again.
  692. Eventually Katsuhisa AMAGO surrendered and the castle was destroyed (the Battle of Kozuki-jo Castle).
  693. Eventually Kokushi kasei joso became rare after claims in the 1140's.
  694. Eventually Takachika made a full recovery, but when he heard about his mother's actions, he went to Sumiyoshi-jinja Shrine like his mother and prayed: 'I cannot live if my mother died, so please replace her life, which she sacrificed, with my life.'
  695. Eventually he and his younger brother Takejiro wanted to work in the entertainment industry.
  696. Eventually he became distinguished among the retainers of the Miyoshi family.
  697. Eventually he was killed by Mitsumori TEZUKA, Yoshinaka's busho (commanding officer).
  698. Eventually in 1206 he was expelled together with Junsai and was excommunicated by Honen.
  699. Eventually in the end of the Edo period, koto became independent from jiuta once again, but the form of tegotomono was directly inherited by sokyoku; thus many sokyoku, including tegoto, were created since the Meiji period.
  700. Eventually it became a dominant temple supported by the power of Daijo-in, which was then one of the two major powerful houses to control Kofuku-ji Temple.
  701. Eventually the form was changed, and official approval was given in the Horeki era.
  702. Eventually the palace was completed, and she moved in and named it Okamoto Palace.
  703. Eventually the term 'Yoto)the ruling party)' and the 'Yato (opposition party)' were used in their stead.
  704. Eventually they surpassed stone tools resembling a knife.
  705. Eventually toshikomori was divided into two customs; 'joyamode,' the visit in the night of New Year's Eve, and 'ganjitsumode,' that in the morning of the New Year's Day, which became the original form of today's hatsumode.
  706. Eventually, "The Tale of Genji" was seriously introduced to the Western world by Arthur WALEY, of the Bloomsbury Group.
  707. Eventually, Bando Tsumasaburo Production ended its 12 years of operation in 1936 with the movie "Doto ichibannori" (The First Man to Get There in a Surge of People).
  708. Eventually, Eisen's proposal was accepted and it is said that the decision was made to rebel against the main family of the Shimazu clan.
  709. Eventually, Emperor Yomei passes away.
  710. Eventually, Ennin school became known as Sanmon school to distinguish it from Enchin school (Jimon school).
  711. Eventually, Foreign Minister Shigemitsu resigned partly due to such differences in opinion as one the above.
  712. Eventually, Hideyoshi only allowed to abandon Nagamasa's Ryosanwa-jo Castle and transferred Nagamasa to Kupowein to remain until the order to retreat was given.
  713. Eventually, Jukai himself had difficulty in securing opportunities to perform, which was one of the reasons his adopted son, Raizo ICHIKAWA (VIII) left the kabuki world to enter the world of cinema.
  714. Eventually, Kiyomori also passed away, and the Taira clan government lost its central figure and began down the path to its demise.
  715. Eventually, Kurododokoro stopped handling suits, but became an institution handling everything handled by tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace) such as transmission of Shochoku (imperial edict) and Joso (report to the throne), guard, clerical work, routine tasks and so on.
  716. Eventually, Saigo and other members' efforts failed and Kuniomi tried to release the Imperial loyalist priest Gessho,who had been given an arrest order, to Satsuma, however the situation in the domain completely changed and things became difficult.
  717. Eventually, Sanjo suffered from an eye disease and Michinaga started to clearly suggest abdication to Sanjo, and in 1016, Sanjo reluctantly abdicated to the Crown Prince Atsunari (Emperor Goichijo) because his decrease in eyesight started to infringe upon governing duties and daily life.
  718. Eventually, Shugouke was introduced, and under the system similar to Jitouke in the Kamakura period, Shugo shouldered the responsibility for paying a fixed amount of land tax and managing shoen.
  719. Eventually, Shusai whose myoshu worked effectively won the game by 2 points.
  720. Eventually, Takasato won and ever since then, the head of the clan was selected from Takasato's line.
  721. Eventually, Yoshiharu came to terms with Harumoto and returned to Kyoto together with Yoshiteru, but Harumoto became antagonistic toward one of his senior vassals, Nagayoshi MIYOSHI.
  722. Eventually, Zatsueki became like a property tax as well.
  723. Eventually, a style combining the Japanese sword, which was an indispensible item for the samurai and had the potential ability to kill or wound persons instantly, and Kenjutsu was established around that time.
  724. Eventually, among the people who participated in the turmoil of eejanaika, there circulated a rumor that 'the talisman of Ise-jingu Shrine would fall from heaven.'.
  725. Eventually, by taiko kenchi (the cadastral surveys conducted by Hideyoshi), only the right of direct cultivator was admitted to the land, and the previous stratified ruling structure disappeared both in name and reality.
  726. Eventually, due to a request from the domain, he moved to Edo, where he studied Western studies, military science, and mathematics under Masujiro OMURA, and joined the Navy with the invitation of Omura.
  727. Eventually, during the Insei period (period of cloistered imperial rule), it became more common that influential people arranged the allocation of successful applicants, or that job appointment or success in an entrance exam was decided by applicants' offering of jogo (bribes for appointment) to Daigaku-ryo.
  728. Eventually, efforts made by Yorimishi and FUJIWARA no Norimichi wound up to nothing, and Emperor Goreizei passed away due to disease without having any prince and princess, and as a result, Imperial Prince Takahito acceded to the throne as Emperor Gosanjo.
  729. Eventually, he changed to the Kita school as geiyoshi (talented disciple adopted as a child of the master) of Roppeita KITA and called himself Hideo GOTO.
  730. Eventually, he criticized that 'all of chake (a professional master of tea ceremony) forgot the true meaning,' and separated from the school.
  731. Eventually, he set up a new school of the tea ceremony following an advise of a councilor of Omotesenke school that he had better cultivate his own way of the tea ceremony.
  732. Eventually, he was invaded by the Mori clan and killed himself in 1557, and the Ouchi family was demolished in less than 6 years after Yoshitaka's death.
  733. Eventually, he was promoted to Chunagon, which was his highest post, in 1199 and died in the same year.
  734. Eventually, his meeting quickly fell apart.
  735. Eventually, however, Hangaku's both legs were shot by Kiyochika FUJISAWA and the wounded Hangaku was captured, which triggered the collapse of the rebel army.
  736. Eventually, however, she didn't open her heart, didn't accept the mediation of imoutoama, refused to meet Ogimi and refused to receive Kaoru's letter by saying 'the addressee is wrong.'
  737. Eventually, however, the facts are said to be a little different.
  738. Eventually, in 1016, Emperor Sanjo succumbed to Michinaga's pressure and abdicated in favor of Imperial Prince Atsuyasu (Emperor Goichijo).
  739. Eventually, in 1923, Hokutan Railway opened a line between Fukuchiyama and Komori.
  740. Eventually, in the late Heian period, with the spread of Senju Nenbutsu (the Single-Minded Recitation of the Nenbutsu) of Honen, Heian Buddhism ceased to be an aristocratic form of Buddhism and spread to the entire populace, whereupon it heralded the Kamakura New Buddhism (new schools of Japanese Buddhism founded during the Kamakura period).
  741. Eventually, it became a parent that gave birth to new varieties for the cold districts of other prefectures.
  742. Eventually, it became the base model for homes for farmers and other private homes in Japan.
  743. Eventually, it came to be performed as noh or Bunraku (Japanese puppet theater), which was made into Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) in the Edo period and became popular as a program 'Soga mono.'
  744. Eventually, it changed from a tool to tie mage to hair ornamentation to be inserted into finished mage.
  745. Eventually, it was preserved by means of installing ferroconcrete walls, 15-centimeter thick on the inside of outer walls.
  746. Eventually, meaning was changed to mean losing one's life.
  747. Eventually, more than 3 million copies were sold, and we can estimate one out of ten Japanese people read the publication at that time, given the country's population at the time was 30 million.
  748. Eventually, on the recommendation of Kageyasu KATO, he was selected to serve as a page to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  749. Eventually, once the manorial system had collapsed, such temples and shrines started to charge bathing fees, and it's said that this was the origina of the full-fledged sento.
  750. Eventually, one of the stupas drifted to Itsukushima Island in the Aki Province.
  751. Eventually, shoen were demised by taiko kenchi (the cadastral surveys conducted by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI), leading to extinction of the position of ryoke as well.
  752. Eventually, some of them became retainers of the DATE and NANBU clans, like Shigehide OIKAWA (an offspring of Mitsumura) or Nobutsugu OIKAWA (a son of Yoriie).
  753. Eventually, the Emperor took control of the government without having an enthronement ceremony, but then he was severely defeated in the Battle of Hakusukinoe and moved to Otsu City to be enthroned in 663.
  754. Eventually, the Emperor's abdication in favor of Imperial Prince Kotohito was postponed until 1611.
  755. Eventually, the Hatabu - Higashi section of the Choshu Railway, being the portion that was not nationalized, became a line of Sanyo Denki Kido (a tramway company, currently the Sanden Kotsu bus company).
  756. Eventually, the Kamakura bakufu was overthrown.
  757. Eventually, the Kyogoku family was transferred to the Toyooka clan, Tajima Province.
  758. Eventually, the Prussian-style constitutional monarchy, not the parliamentary cabinet system, was adopted in the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  759. Eventually, the bakufu forces retreated to Budaigawara (Fuchu City, Tokyo (Tokyo)).
  760. Eventually, the bakufu rikugun became the largest western-style military organization in Japan, centering on 8 regiments of infantry and 3 battalion of learning infantry (some sais that it should be 9 regiments as the sixteenth regiment was established in the territory of Harima of Hitotsubashi Tokugawa family).
  761. Eventually, the boat disappeared.
  762. Eventually, the citizens of Japan recognized the fact, that Tokyo was the de facto capital; then gradually "Tokyo-jo Castle" became to be referred to as the "Kyujo" (place where the Emperor lives), and finally as the "Kokyo" (Imperial Palace).
  763. Eventually, the conflict between each side led to all the daimyo in the country (except for daimyo from the Kanto during the Kyotoku Rebellion) concentrating their military forces in Kyoto, the governmental capital, until at last, with these large-scale armies in such proximity, armed conflict was inevitable, and the Onin War began.
  764. Eventually, the conscription plan was miscarried once, partially due to the assassination of Omura.
  765. Eventually, the enbukai was held at Kisshomaru's insistence, and today the factions hold enbukai regularly.
  766. Eventually, the following year (528), after MONONOBE no Arakabi put down Iwai's rebellion, Kenu was finally able to assume his post at Alla in Mimana (Gara), and began negotations with Silla over control of that area.
  767. Eventually, the foothold was transferred to Miyazu Castle.
  768. Eventually, the gissha (ox-drawn carriage) arrives at Kiyomizu-dera Temple.
  769. Eventually, the imperial throne passed to Gotoba's descendant (Emperor Gosaga), so it cannot be said that Gotoba did not achieve his intentions, but it is most regrettable that the imperial Court was brought momentarily to the brink of collapse.
  770. Eventually, the main part of ikki was gradually transferred from kokujin ikki, which was a group of people of the same kind, to kuni ikki, which was a group of people in the same area.
  771. Eventually, the old provincial system, administered by zuryo collectively including shoen, was shifted into a new system, in which the control of land and people was roughly divided into two on the basis of shoen (administered by shokan) and koryo (administered by zuryo).
  772. Eventually, the professional name of Tokuro MIYAKE was registered as a trademark by Shoko YAMAWAKI.
  773. Eventually, the punishment from the government was that 10 people, including Tomisaburo OGURA and Suichiku NII, who were the key leaders from the Tokushima Domain, were decapitated (they committed Seppuku [ritual suicide] at the petition to appeal of the governor of the domain, later).
  774. Eventually, the radical party of feudal retainers of Satsuma Domain was purged in the Teradaya Incident, and HIRANO, YOSHIMURA, and others were also arrested and sent back to their domains.
  775. Eventually, the restaurant was patronized by wealthy self-employed individuals such as Shoen UEMURA, Hanshichi SHIRAI, Seiichi TAKAHATA, and so on, and a fine arts dealer Kasuke KOJIMA, and flourished.
  776. Eventually, the tidal current turned, and when it did, Yoshitsune's navy rode the current and pushed back the Taira clan's army.
  777. Eventually, these spinning tops spread among ordinary people and became established as one of Ozashiki-Asobi (playing games with Geisha [Japanese professional female entertainers at drinking parties]).
  778. Eventually, they clashed with Yoshitsugu and Hisahide.
  779. Eventually, they started sailing at the same time to directly compete with each other, which caused accidental contacts and raised safety concerns.
  780. Eventually, this dispute was sorted out by an imperial decision made by Emperor Meiji (it was determined to be a Yohaiden (a shrine to worship gods from afar) of the Three Shrines in the Imperial Court; Izumo-ha school was virtually defeated).
  781. Eventually, unable to forget his homeland, he got a whaling ship with the money earned by working in a California gold mine and set sail for Japan with his fishermen friends from Nakahama Village, Tosashimizu.
  782. Eventually, words beginning with 'kanjin' emerged, stemming from the activities of 'kanjin.'
  783. Ever since Dainippon Butoku-kai applied the dan-kyu promotion system for judo, kendo and kyudo before the war (previously, the dan promotion system had been adopted by the Kodokan, the kyu promotion system by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department (the Interior Ministry)), the other budos have also adopted the promotion system.
  784. Ever since Enryaku-ji Temple was founded on Hienoyama, Oyamakui no kami, as the god of the land, has been a guardian deity of the Tendai Sect and Enryaku-ji Temple; and a mountain-king sect based on him has spread in the area.
  785. Ever since I started to sleep on the hand of my new wife as a pillow, soft as young grass/ It is no longer possible to be separated from her over night/ How could I, when there is not a speck of hate in my heart (Wakakusa no niitamakura o makisomete yo o ya hedateru nikuku aranakuni: vol.11; no.2542).
  786. Ever since Maizuru City built the stadium in 1976, not only high-school baseball games, but also the farm team games have been held here as it is the only large-scale baseball stadium in northern Kyoto.
  787. Ever since every rapid train started to make stops at Kyuhoji, the Yamatoji Liner became the only train to run nonstop between Tennoji and Oji.
  788. Ever since restaurants began to serve kaiseki ryori in the Edo period, they have created various dishes suitable for drinking parties.
  789. Ever since the "History of the Liberal Party" was compiled, the consensus has been that Taisuke ITAGAKI and Shojiro GOTO, leaders of the Rishisha, had nothing to do with the plot and that KATAOKA and HAYASHI were just associated with the radical ringleaders.
  790. Ever since the Ritsuryo law, various laws regulated pardons, but Sharitsu was the first law in Japan that specified limits and procedures of pardons.
  791. Ever since then, Inari Station has been a Nara Line station.
  792. Ever since then, Yoshimitsu asked Ariyo whenever he needed to make a prayer or have a fortune-telling; Ariyo served Yoshimitsu focusing on Yoshimitsu's requests over requests from the Emperor or Sekkan-ke (line of regents and advisers).
  793. Ever since then, he distanced himself from the Meiji new government, and kept living in Kyoto dedicating himself towards bringing up his grandson, Atsumaro KONOE though most of court nobles moved to Tokyo after the transfer of capital.
  794. Ever since then, however, Gun has remained merely as geographical term.
  795. Ever since then, kilns had been opening under the influence of Tokoname such as Shigaraki-yaki Ware or Tanba-yaki Ware until the 13th century.
  796. Ever since then, kyozuka were increasingly being built especially during the period from the latter half of the 11th century through until the 12th century throughout the country.
  797. Ever since, vast numbers of jidaigeki dramas have been produced.
  798. Every 'teahouse' appearing in a series of drama in which lovers commit a double suicide written by Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU refers to an erotic teahouse.
  799. Every 19 years the day of Toji falls on November 1 (in old lunar calendar).
  800. Every 20 minutes from 10am to 4.20pm (from 10am to 3.40pm in late November through early December)
  801. Every Agata-nushi's clan name was a place name.
  802. Every August thereafter, in memory of that event, the " Inter-religious Gathering of Prayer for World Peace" has been held on Mt. Hiei.
  803. Every February to April, before growing leaves the Japanese plum tree produces 1-3 centimeter flowers with five petals.
  804. Every June, the heads of the Aizu-Matsudaira family are invited and a Buddhist memorial service is held.
  805. Every Kyogen performer, who had been retained and cordially supported by the Tokugawa bakufu and many Daimyo over long periods, lost Horoku, with the result that they had no choice but to change their jobs.
  806. Every May
  807. Every Monday (If Monday is a national holiday, the facility is closed the following day instead), also December 29 to January 3
  808. Every Monday (exclusive of national holidays), late August, from late December to March
  809. Every Ninjindai Okogin was minted in Ginza in Kyoto, and the primary material of these coins was cupellated silver of Sado Gold Mine, Ikuno Silver Mine and Iwami Silver Mine.
  810. Every Oban of this variety had the seal mark written in Indian ink by the 9th master Teijo.
  811. Every Tuesday (the following day if a public holiday falls on Tuesday, except in July and August when the facility is open every day) and year-end and new-year holidays (from December 27 to January 4)
  812. Every Turk knows Japan's kindness we received at the time of the disaster of Ertu?rul.'
  813. Every Wednesday (the following day if a public holiday falls on Wednesday)
  814. Every and all paper decoration techniques, such as colored preliminary sketch, gold leaf and silver leaf, mica-printed jimon (textile pattern), suminagashi (pattern made with ink drop) and yaburitsugi (Heian-style collage technique to decorate poetry sheets), were employed in producing each book.
  815. Every article details the date and place.
  816. Every artistic field was influenced by Japan with the surprising exception of printing which remained unaffected.
  817. Every bangumi school was named according to the classification system designated by 'Kami- (Shimo-) gyo,' followed by a one or two digit number, and funding was allotted to each school using this system.
  818. Every bell is similar in its basic shape, while the size and surface decoration varies, and some bells have a simple drawing on the surface.
  819. Every book talks about Takumi no Kami having a grudge; however, it does not go into details about the grudge that caused an affair of a sword fight.
  820. Every branch office has the posts such as representative and vice chief, and a chief priest or his family members under the branch office will take those posts.
  821. Every cosmetics manufacturer understands this issue, and are continually researching how to get as close as possible to the natural color and feel of skin.
  822. Every curtain of spring rain mist, making leaf buds come into, making flower buds burst (Shin chokusen wakashu)
  823. Every day 8:00 - 9:30
  824. Every day Buddhism, preaching, Saint sayings' explains words for preaching.
  825. Every day, she would watch the sea of Shonan with a telescope.
  826. Every domain had faced serious financial difficulties since the middle of Edo period, and barely survived by borrowing money from leading merchants in Osaka etc, so-called "daimyo-gashi" (lending money to daimyo), or collecting goyokin (money temporarily charged on farmers and merchants) from the people of the domain.
  827. Every evening, deer in Mt. Ogura cry, but tonight, they do not cry.
  828. Every family has their own recipe inherited from generation to generation; below is an example of how the simmered takuan dish is made in Fukui Prefecture.
  829. Every government official is in some form of hierarchical relationship with other officials under Ritsuryo law, and "I" (移) was used to exchange documents between officials who are not in hierarchical relationships with each other.
  830. Every group should include a person aged 45 or older, and a woman.
  831. Every house raises monster crows.
  832. Every human only can pray to a god who is suitable to his/her own mind.
  833. Every incense smelled so wonderful that even Hotaru no Miya could not decide which was better.
  834. Every little time should not be depreciated.
  835. Every living thing, mountains, rivers, plants, blowing wind, and even the sound of wave can be nenbutsu.
  836. Every member of the Nakamaro family was killed except his sixth son, FUJIWARA no Yoshio, who was spared his life and sent to Oki Province and later appointed as Daigaku no kami (a director of the Bureau of Education) and as Onmyo no kami (a director of Onmyoryo, or Bureau of Divination) one after another in the era of the Emperor Kanmu.
  837. Every morning it is decided whether or not to go fishing, after checking the weather and the situation of the waves.
  838. Every okonomiyaki shop in Hiroshima in past times was small-scale, cramped and narrow (see the reason in the section 'Hiroshimafu-okonomiyaki sauce').
  839. Every one of these movies was accompanied by a narrator, so we can regard it as logical that the Japanese movie industry had established the peculiar performance style of having a katsudo benshi.
  840. Every paper has Mt. Hiei-zan's stamp.
  841. Every poem engraved on the stone monument has one more verse than the common thirty-one syllable (5+7+5+7+7) Japanese poem, namely thirty-eight syllables of '5+7+5+7+7+7' called the 'Bussokusekka style.'
  842. Every possible mean such as a religious service for the repose of Yoshitaka's soul, sutra chanting and prays in various temples were done, but they were not effective.
  843. Every region has its own recipe for zoni.
  844. Every school had different characteristics: in one school if someone was qualified as Shinan-Menkyo, he or she was allowed to take disciples in and to instruct them freely, in another school he or she was allowed to issue licenses but needed to get the shisho's permission beforehand, and so on.
  845. Every shrine of seven has the legend of Gawataro (Kappa, a water sprite).
  846. Every spring and autumn, a grand sumo tournament in the presence of shogun was held at Honjoeko-in Temple.
  847. Every spring more than ten thousand plum trees are in bloom in this park, where many tourists from the Kansai and Nagoya regions enjoy their spring scent and the scenery.
  848. Every spring, memorial ceremony of temple bell is held in order to appease the spirit of Kiyohime.
  849. Every station of the Tozai Line has its own color, and Keage Station's is violet.
  850. Every temple in the Shikoku's eighty-eight sacred places surely has a Daishi-do which enshrines Kukai, and it is common to visit to pray the Daishi-do as well as the hondo (main hall).
  851. Every time gengo is changed, enormous clerical work (reprinting of new gengo for public documents, etc.) takes place.
  852. Every time he became ill from that time on, he would recover by dreaming of Ieyasu's spirit.
  853. Every time leaves of a bush wave, I feel loneliness in a village in a mountain valley.
  854. Every time the coins were renewed, Kocho-Junisen (twelve coins cast in Japan) decreased in size and weight and materials became worse.
  855. Every time the temple was relocated, its name was changed repeatedly to 'Kudaradai-ji Temple,' 'Takechidai-ji Temple,' and then 'Daikandai-ji Temple.'
  856. Every time when Tamakazura thought of unhappiness of Oigimi and compared Kaoru and Kurodo no Shosho with her sons whose promotions were slow, she was bitterly disappointed by this frustrating world and could not help feeling regret.
  857. Every village and town had their own acts to comply with, a census register for every group, and a book referred to as 'Gonin-gumi cho' sealed by every group leader and the village official.
  858. Every year in the 'Nagashino Banner Festival' held in Shinshiro City, Aichi Prefecture, they conduct a demonstration of gunfire together with the Preservation Society of Traditional Gunnery of Yonezawa Domain and the Nagashino Shitaragahara Musket Corps.
  859. Every year in the city of Gifu, site of Joon-ji Temple, where Sakuden took the tonsure and became a monk, the 'Sakuden Great Prize of the All-Japan Student Rakugo Championship' is awarded as the highest prize, using Sakuden's name as the reputed father of Rakugo.
  860. Every year more than 60,000 farmers were made to cultivate Kueiden and one cho was allotted to five farmers.
  861. Every year on April 25, presidents, chairpersons and sodanyaku of direct affiliates of the Sumitomo Group gather to attend the "Shido-sai" held in "Ariyoshi-en," which was historically a Sumitomo-ke Bettei in Shishigadani in Kyoto Higashiyama, where "Gozan-no-okuribi" is performed.
  862. Every year on July 28th, the 'Commemoration of the Sentsu-zan mountain monument - Senyo-sai Festival' is held at this location.
  863. Every year on July 7, elementary school age girls wearing Genroku period style clothing, hairstyles and thick make-up perform an elegant and beautiful dance.
  864. Every year on the New Year's Day, Sanetaka wrote in "Sanetaka Koki" about these ceremonies in detail and his hope of the restoration of imperial rule.
  865. Every year the Japan Kanji Aptitude Testing Foundation collects "Kanji that express the year, aka, the Kanij of the year," which symbolizes the social trend of the year, from nationwide and introduces them in Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Kyoto city, Kyoto prefecture on Kanji day.
  866. Every year the performance was a major topic, and from the second year it was also performed at Naka-za.
  867. Every year, Tetsuya ETCHU, a local history researcher, regularly comments that 'They may wreck them,' and considers that act as 'bad behavior' when he appears on a videotaped show of Nagasaki Broadcasting Company.
  868. Every year, a belt of cloud that is the forerunner of formation of baiu front (technically, it is sometimes called as "quasi-steady cloud belt") is spawned.
  869. Every year, during a long vacation such as the summer vacation, "kodomo zazenkai (zazen session for children)" for children is held in various places.
  870. Every year, from the middle to the end of December, gifts between companies, between managers of associate companies, and between employees are generally given.
  871. Every year, in the latter part of October, the East Japan preliminary and the West Japan preliminary are held in the form of tournament (Female players at Grade A are qualified for the participation).
  872. Every year, in the latter part of October, the East Japan preliminary and the West Japan preliminary are held in the form of tournament (Grade A is required for the participation).
  873. Every year, many school organizations, women's groups in the neighborhood and other groups apply for volunteer work.
  874. Every year, many worshippers visit the temple in the New Year period.
  875. Every year, one of the summer features of Kyoto, Daimonji Gozan Okuribi/the Great Bonfire Event (Mountain Bon Fire) is held on August 16.
  876. Every year, the Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa records the spectator numbers in excess of 100,000 and is one of the most representative big festivals of Kyoto.
  877. Every year, the Miss Kunoichi Audition is held during Golden Week (early-May holiday season in Japan).
  878. Every year, the shrine holds the Ofune festival on September 27 and it is considered as an anniversary of the death of AZUMI no Hirafu.
  879. Everybody calls me the lover, although I have just fallen in love with someone in secret.
  880. Everybody froze, but Danjuro closed the lid without a word, and made Genzo leave with 'we will receive it later Genzo,' and said, 'hey, lord Genbo, it is a grave matter of beheading of your master.'
  881. Everybody should employ him, but he is a born miser and extremely greedy.'
  882. Everybody who saw this said, "Ulk? came down."
  883. Everybody, listen to me carefully.
  884. Everyday attire
  885. Everyday attire (meaning kariginu, or informal attire worn by court nobles)
  886. Everyday: Nikku no Gi (a rite of providing daily food offerings to the deceased); Maicho-godaihai (a morning worship done by a chamberlain on behalf of the Emperor)
  887. Everyone chanted mantra in desparation to take away their attention from the battlefield.'
  888. Everyone except Okada and Suzuki joined this 'Tojiin Studio'.
  889. Everyone in attendance had turned pale, but Murashige said, 'I'll have them with gratitude,' opened his mouth wide, and ate the buns pierced to the point of the sword by the mouthful.
  890. Everyone remained silent.
  891. Everyone said that if Okita seriously fought his master, Kondo would lose,' ("Nagakura Shinpachi Idan,") is well-known but there are also comments to the same effect from outside the Shinsengumi's inner circle.
  892. Everyone should follow him as a model."
  893. Everyone there feared that Terumasa would take vengeance, but instead, Terumasa sighed with grief and said, 'No more than 5,000 koku'--Is that the price of my father's life?'
  894. Everyone thought that Musashi had known about the power of Ganryu while staying in Kokura and must have run.
  895. Everyone who knew him agree that he was quite a gentle person.
  896. Everyone who watched fell prostrate and could not control the emotions, as the pitiful cries of 122 court ladies echoed into the heavens.
  897. Everyone will think once that there is neither God nor Buddha in the world.'
  898. Everyone, young and old, men and women, also came to sing all sorts of obscene things.
  899. Everything is described so clearly that the past events seem to be right in front of our eyes.
  900. Everywhere in Japan, there exist many kinds of Dashi, while increasing number of Dashi have been elaborated in elegant taste.
  901. Evian (mineral water) and Vichy, well-known brand of bottled water, make use of hot spring water.
  902. Evidence cited for this is the fact that patients suffering from Cryptomeria fortunei hay fever have also been observed in Japan and observations of Japanese cedar pollinosis patients in whom an allergic reaction is elicited by Cryptomeria fortunei pollen.
  903. Evidence of Kamo SERIZAWA's assassination, such as sword cuts on pillars, can still be seen at the Yagi family house.
  904. Evidence shows that the pagoda initially built was close to what we see today.
  905. Evidence shows that these pieces of stonework were originally created during the era of Emperor Saimei and was in use until the Heian period for approximately 250 years.
  906. Evidences of Civilization and Enlightenment
  907. Evidently, he was not a usual priest.
  908. Evil Dogen, while pretending to care for a peasant named Tajiuemon who was suffering from chronic illness, murders him and steals his money.
  909. Evil deities that are subdued by the magical power of Ichiji Kinrin Buccho's golden wheel are believed to be reborn as benevolent deities by Butsugen Butsumo, who opens their eyes to the truth.
  910. Evil people
  911. Evil people and good people
  912. Evil people can't foresee what kind of result (Ka) will be brought about.
  913. Evil spirits do not consider themselves evil.
  914. Evita (musical): July 15 to September 12
  915. Evolution of fauna and the prevalence and disappearance of the point
  916. Evolution of the War
  917. Evolution of the war
  918. Evolutionism takes a simple view of humankind development that all mankind develop through the same process.
  919. Ewha Womans University
  920. Ex-Butokuden on Takeyacho-dori Street
  921. Ex-Grand Sumo wrestling champion, Koyo MUSASHIMARU appears in the local commercials aired in the Hawaiian islands.
  922. Ex-Kizokuin councilors were, therefore, mostly independent (although there were some examples where they were working as an indenepdent councilor within Kizokuin while holding a registration within a political party).
  923. Ex-Satsuma samurai Sanpei MITAMA (who had escaped from the Teradaya Incident) cooperated with Kitagaki in organizing an army of conscripted farmers.
  924. Ex-emperor Nijoin focused on two things entirely' ("Gukan sho"), Emperor Nijo took full control of the politics and established power based of his directly ruled government in the Imperial Palace located at Higashi no to in, Oshi koji, and Kiyomori worked as a guard at this place.
  925. Ex: if a baby is born on December 31, she will be one-year old at the time, and on the next day (January 1) she will be two years old.
  926. Exactly how he came to own it is unknown, but it is said that he spent 1000 kan to purchase it.
  927. Exactly when Higashi Koya-kaido road was established is unknown.
  928. Exaltation of expulsion of foreigners in Korea
  929. Examination
  930. Examination applications are submitted to the committee set up in the union of each production area.
  931. Examination fee
  932. Examination of "Hamamatsujo ki"
  933. Examination of parasite eggs collected from the toilet site in the Nara period shows that the foreigners subsisted on pork and wild boar and the Japanese used separate toilets.
  934. Examinations are conducted on the following items:
  935. Examinations for Dan-i from Shodan to Godan are held by the Kendo Federation in each prefecture.
  936. Examinations for Kyu-i from Rokkyu to Ikkyu are held by the branch of the Kendo Federation in each municipality.
  937. Examined the photograph before the fire damage, it was preserved in relatively good condition, however, the color of the face and body of Yakushi Nyorai zo (image of Yakushi Nyorai) had darkened.
  938. Examining the contents, they suit the image of Masasuke as an 'expert on court costume' since the latter half of the Heian period, a middle-ranking aristocrat possessing specialized knowledge of costume, giving detailed information on the costume for the girls and servants in the Gosechi Festival, etc.
  939. Example
  940. Example 1
  941. Example 1: In "Migawari Zazen," in the scene the leading character is about to go to the other woman, grinning from ear to ear, says: "To Hanago's place."
  942. Example 2
  943. Example 2: In "Ishi-kiri Kajiwara," at the scene the leading character cuts a huge stone basin in half in an instant
  944. Example 3: In various performances
  945. Example 4: When a real father and son play the roles of a parent and a child (sometimes mother and daughter), at the scene such actors embrace each other shedding tears of emotion
  946. Example Sentences
  947. Example at the present time
  948. Example in wearing of a crown prince
  949. Example in wearing of a retired emperor
  950. Example in wearing of a vassal
  951. Example in wearing of an emperor
  952. Example ingredients
  953. Example is "fuyu-shogun," or very strong cold front in winter.
  954. Example of -m> -mm-
  955. Example of Kanaku Choaku
  956. Example of Menu
  957. Example of a sentence
  958. Example of gongyo performed at the home of lay believer is described below.
  959. Example of mentsuyu
  960. Example of shokudo
  961. Example of syncretism
  962. Example recipe
  963. Example:
  964. Example: 18 go means about 54 cm in height, and 20 go means about 60 cm in height.
  965. Example: 43-18 means about 130 cm in height and about 54 cm in door width.
  966. Example: Daifuku Mac (iMac)
  967. Example: F815
  968. Example: Fuchu-shuku station (Tokai-do Road).
  969. Example: Hitachifuchu Domain.
  970. Example: In the song "Hotaru no Hikari" (Glow of a Firefly) which uses the "Auld Lang Syne" tune, the successive sounds of 'five' at the opening word 'hotaru.'
  971. Example: Princess (Kuni no miya) Yoshiko -> Emperor Showa's Crown Princess Yoshiko -> Empress Yoshiko -> Empress Dowager Yoshiko -> Empress Kojun (posthumous title)
  972. Example: Shinpu toki (a book about the history, the tradition and the geological history of Matsumoto region in Shinpu) (official history of Matsumoto Domain)
  973. Example:Fiftieth anniversary (based on the traditional Japanese system): forty-ninth anniversary after forty-nine years.
  974. Examples
  975. Examples according to "1813 Sendai Geko Nikki" written by Masuya Heiemon Shigeyoshi YAMAGATA
  976. Examples are "Interpretation Learning of Classic of History" by Hi Kan (the character for Kan is 虎+甘) of Liang and "Interpretation Learning of the Analects of Confucius" by O Gan.
  977. Examples are "Kumoi no Kyoku" for koto, "Ryukyu Gumi" for shamisen, "Tsuru no Sugomori" for kokyu, and "Shika no Tone" for Shakuhachi.
  978. Examples are Isonojo TAMASHIMA in "Natsumatsuri Naniwa kagami" (The Summer Festival: A Mirror of Osaka), Yogoro in "Futatsu chocho kuruwa nikki" (A Diary of Two Butterflies in the Pleasure Quarters), Jihei KAMIYA in "Kawasho" (Rewritten version of "Shinju ten no amijima" [The Love Suicide at Amijima]), and Izaemon in "Kuruwa nikki" (Love Letters from the Licensed Quarter).
  979. Examples are Kanami, Zeami and Doboshu in the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  980. Examples are as follows.
  981. Examples are as follows:
  982. Examples are described below.
  983. Examples are given as follows.
  984. Examples are given below.
  985. Examples are shown as follows (O means a hit and X means a miss).
  986. Examples are shown below.
  987. Examples are the Mononobe clan, the Soga clan, the Kose clan, the Heguri clan and others.
  988. Examples are trials between different social status such as samurai and common people, or the plaintiff and defendant having different lords, such as trials between the Edo townspeople and people of religion controlled by the Jisha-bugyo and between people of the shogun's demesne and people of the land of domains.
  989. Examples for the former group include kataribe (reciter) and umakaibe (horse caretakers), and those for the latter group include the Soga clan and the Otomo clan.
  990. Examples found in Japanese traditional literature and the arts
  991. Examples from mah-jong
  992. Examples in Foreign Countries
  993. Examples in Japan
  994. Examples in Japan are as follows:
  995. Examples in foreign countries
  996. Examples in the Taira family
  997. Examples in which the old provincial names are used for place names.
  998. Examples include "Sanrai-zu" (Figure for the Three Classic of Rites) of Jo Sogi, "Interpretation of Ko-kyo" (Interpretation of Xiao Jing, Interpretation of Classic of Filial Piety), "Interpretation of Rongo" (Interpretation of Lunyu, Interpretation of Analects of Confucius), and "Interpretation of Jiga" (Interpretation of Erya) by Kei Hei, Son Seki, etc.
  999. Examples include 'Tachizuru' (tea bowl with standing crane design) and 'Egohon' (literally, a book).
  1000. Examples include 'changes of tuning (modulation)' in the course of a piece in the case of the So and Shamisen (see Jiuta), or 'half-open finger holes' and 'changes of holding style' in the case of the Shakuhachi and Shinobue.

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