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  1. Firstly, there is an obituary that appears in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicles of Japan), showing that he died because the ghost of Fujiwara no Hirotsugu holding a grudge against him killed him.
  2. Firstly, there is the fact that beriberi which was supposed to have been 'exterminated' in the Navy emerged again from the mid-Taisho period (for example, even in Showa period, the number of patients was 1,153 in 1928, and remained over 1,000 between 1937 and 1941).
  3. Firstly, there was strong rejection of things from Western Europe.
  4. Firstly, they are classified into Kanpeisha (shrines designated as official by Jingikan) and Kokuheisha (shrines under the control of provincial governors).
  5. Firstly, they established the system for controlling "daimyo" (Japanese territorial lord), such as "Buke Shohatto" (Decree for the Military Houses), "Sankinkotai" (the system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo), and "kaieki" (forfeiture of a rank and properties of a samurai);
  6. Fiscal investment and lending for capital investment pertaining to accommodations, etc.
  7. Fiscal year 1987: The Kashihara Bypass was designated as an arterial high-standard highway.
  8. Fiscal year 1988: The Gojo Bypass was designated as 'Gojo Road' of the Keinawa Jidoshado Expressway, an arterial high-standard highway.
  9. Fiscal year 1989: The project for Hashimoto Road was approved.
  10. Fiscal year 1990: The construction of Gojo Road was launched.
  11. Fiscal year 1991: The process of land acquisition Hashimoto Road was initiated.
  12. Fiscal year 1992: The project for the Gose and Yamato sections of the Yamato Gose Road was approved.
  13. Fiscal year 1993: The project for the Kinokita-higashi Road was approved.
  14. Fiscal year 1994: The construction of Yamato Gose Road's Yamato section was launched.
  15. Fiscal year 1997: The project for Kihoku Nishi Road was approved.
  16. Fiscal year 1998: The process of land acquisition for Yamato Gose Road's Gose section started.
  17. Fiscal year 2002
  18. Fiscal year 2002: The process of land acquisition for Kihoku Higashi Road was started.
  19. Fiscal year 2005 Average Weekday 24-Hour Road Traffic Volume Census (Statistical)
  20. Fiscal year 2005 Average Weekday 24-Hour Traffic Volume (Statistical) (Road Traffic Census)
  21. Fiscal year 2005 Average Weekday 24-Hour Traffic Volume (Statistics) (Road Traffic Census)
  22. Fiscal year 2005 Average Weekday 24-Hour Traffic Volume (numbers) (Road Traffic Census)
  23. Fiscal year 2005 Average Weekday 24-hour Traffic Volume (numbers) (Road Traffic Census)
  24. Fiscal year 2005 average weekday 24-hour traffic volume (numbers) (road traffic census)
  25. Fish (because Ebisu is a God of fishery as well)
  26. Fish - Tengu hagi, Umi Tengu
  27. Fish and seaweed
  28. Fish and shellfish
  29. Fish and shellfish, seafood, marine alga, chrysalis of silkworm, and baleen as raw materials were used.
  30. Fish and/or vegetables are steamed in the Jigokugama (pot) which uses hot spring steam.
  31. Fish base
  32. Fish catch (in fishery).
  33. Fish caught near the islands are soaked in soy sauce and used as an ingredient.
  34. Fish dried in a salt breeze.
  35. Fish is generally cleaned, butterflied and dried but small fish such as sardines are normally dried whole and served as 'Maruboshi'(dried whole fish).
  36. Fish is sun dried subsequently to being salt cured, having a high salt content.
  37. Fish is usually served sliced and arranged on a dish.
  38. Fish marinated in mirin (type of sweet sake used in cooking) and dried.
  39. Fish meat can be classified into two types: fish with white flesh and fish with red flesh, and pufferfish belongs to the category with white flesh.
  40. Fish paste products: kamaboko (boiled fish paste), chikuwa (fish paste shaped in a long tube), hanpen (a white, square-shaped fish paste mixed with rice and yam powder)
  41. Fish salted and dried.
  42. Fish sauce (shottsuru fish sauce, nam pla, and so on)
  43. Fish served with its head intact should be placed with its head on the left side and the belly nearer to the person who eats it.
  44. Fish somen which is fish paste and egg somen which is sweet made from egg are named because they have a shape similar to that of somen.
  45. Fish such as sawara (Spanish mackerel) is broiled after being pickled in saikyo miso (sweet white miso bean paste made in Kyoto).
  46. Fish that have been boiled and subsequently dried.
  47. Fish that have been marinated in seasoning and dried.
  48. Fish that is broiled over charcoal to reduce water content.
  49. Fish used for this method include saury (Cololabis saira), Japanese horse mackerel, mackerel, hokke (Okhostk Atka mackerel) and Japanese barracuda.
  50. Fish-paste Product
  51. Fish-paste product with burdock root (Goboten)
  52. Fisheries
  53. Fisheries Cooperative Association of Ine-cho
  54. Fishermen in the Style of Weng Wei by IKE no Taiga
  55. Fishery
  56. Fishes from Lake Biwa were mostly processed for eating as well, for example as nare-zushi (fermented sushi).)
  57. Fishes of the same kind may be called by different names depending on their size, appearance, area of habitation, change of behavioral mode, etc.
  58. Fishes that live around Miyazu City are seen.
  59. Fishing
  60. Fishing Industry
  61. Fishing Method
  62. Fishing begins in earnest in the pacific side of northern Japan and also in Niigata in November.
  63. Fishing ground
  64. Fishing industry
  65. Fishing industry and water transportation industry
  66. Fishing is done while descending the rapids, not on still water, according to the original way of ayu fishing.
  67. Fishing method
  68. Fishing methods
  69. Fishing people: Practiced by mizunomi, tenants, or hyakusho.
  70. Fishing ports where eels are landed
  71. Fishing rod and fishhook
  72. Fishing rods, hooks, bows and arrows were hunting equipments with psychic powers.
  73. Fishing tools and shipbuilder tools of Lake Suwa: 904 items (Shimosuwa Town, Nagano Prefecture) registration date: March 11, 2009
  74. Fishing tools of Rikuzentakata: 2045 items (Rikuzentakata city museum, Iwate Prefecture) registration date: March 13, 2008
  75. Fishing village restaurant 'Kaisenraku' (海仙楽): open 10:00 - 21:00: closed on Wednesdays
  76. Fishing villages were connected by the ocean current, including the black current, and by the shipping traffic, and as a result, the culinary culture spread.
  77. Fishing with a throwing net was one of the ways to support samurai in the lower grade's life in Satsuma, so had done that since he was young boy.
  78. Fishtail Burner
  79. Fist, Naishi no suke Shizuko HIROHASHI and Naishi no suke Fusako TAKANO, who had the biggest power in the imperial court as the Naishi no suke of the Emperor Komei, were dismissed from their positions because 'they overwhelmed the kokyu (empress's residence) by their power and didn't frequently obey even the order of the empress.'
  80. Fitted in the tube between the mouthpiece and the fingering holes is a minute bamboo piece called the "throat (nodo)."
  81. Fittings (sliding doors, paper sliding-doors, wooden doors, and sliding shutters)
  82. Five Benkan, including Prince Masami, lost one official title (rank) of nobility.
  83. Five Buddhas in the Womb Realm
  84. Five Karo officers
  85. Five Line Poems
  86. Five Major Kokuzo Bosatsu
  87. Five autograph letters of Tadataka HOSOKAWA, who was the heir of the Hosokawa family at the time of the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, addressed to Okinaga MATSUI (Shintaro) exist in Matsui Bunko library.
  88. Five ballots were put into a bamboo pipe which, were then drawn in succession by ten archers.
  89. Five bays and three entrances means that, of the five front bays, the middle three are entrances and, although it is two-storied gate, it is different from a romon gate in that it has an extension eave at the border between the lower and upper storeys.
  90. Five buildings located at Imadegawa-kochi, including Doshisha Chapel and Clarke Memorial Hall, are designated as national important cultural properties.
  91. Five buildings of the university, including Central, North, and South Hall of Omiya Campus, are designated as the national important cultural assets because of their modern style of architecture in the Meiji era.
  92. Five bureaus of Gyoseikan, Jingikan, Kaikeikan, Gunmukan, and Gaikokukan were responsible for administration; especially Gyoseikan, headed by Hosho, supervised the other four offices.
  93. Five colored rice
  94. Five days later he was dispatched to a place called Kurino but soon moved to Suki-mura village based on Shuju rule (the Shimazu clan's rule for locality-based grouping of squires) and became an official serving Shigeari MURAO, the local head person of Suki area.
  95. Five days later, he died in spite of treatment and was buried at Ryugen-ji Temple.
  96. Five disciples of the Tama group of Tennenrishin-ryu including Genzaburo INOUE, Rintaro OKITA (brother-in-law of Soji OKITA) and others were assigned to Niimi in his group (those members didn't participate in Shinsengumi except Inoue).
  97. Five female demonstrators were able to meet the president of the House of Peers (Japan), Atsumaro KONOE.
  98. Five genera and eight species in the tropical and temperate zones of the world are known as fish of the family Muraenasocidae.
  99. Five generations after Katsumine MIZUNO died young at the age of two, the family line was lost due to the absence of an heir; however, as many people missed them because the Mizuno clan was renowned, Katsunaga, a grandson of Katsunari, was allowed to succeed to the family and maintain their family name.
  100. Five generations of emperors after Emperor Goreizei resided in the palace,
  101. Five major private railway companies
  102. Five meetings, the total number of days is 40, are held per year, namely January to February (two meetings), April to May (one meeting), October to November (two meetings).
  103. Five minuites walk from 'Ensho-ji Mae' bus station bound for Yamamura-cho from JR Nara Station/Kintetsu Nara Station.
  104. Five minute walk from Keihan Electric Railway Shijo Station
  105. Five minutes by car from JR Kyoto Station
  106. Five minutes by car from the Maizuru Line, Nishi-Maizuru station
  107. Five minutes on foot from Gion bus stop, served by the Kyoto City Bus
  108. Five minutes on foot from Shichijo Station of Keihan Electric Railway
  109. Five minutes on foot to the east from the 'Ichijo Modori-bashi' bus stop of Route 9, 12, 50, 61 or 67 of Kyoto City Bus.
  110. Five minutes on foot to the south from the 'Kamigyoku Sogochosha' (Kamigyo-ku Ward General Office) bus stop of Route 59, 201 or 203 of Kyoto City Bus.
  111. Five minutes ride by Kintetsu Bus from Momoyama Goryomae Station of Kintetsu Kyoto Line operated by Kinki Nippon Railway Company.
  112. Five minutes walk from Nagahama station on JR Biwako line.
  113. Five minutes walk from Nishikyogoku Station of Kyoto Main Line, Hankyu Railway
  114. Five minutes walk from Nishikyogoku Station, Hankyu Kyoto Main Line, Hankyu Railway.
  115. Five minutes walk from Saga Arashiyama Station on the JR Sagano Line.
  116. Five minutes walk from Tamamizu Station on the Nara Line.
  117. Five minutes walk from the Uwado Bus Stop on Kawagoe Shuttle Bus No. 13 which departs from Kasumigaseki Station on the Tobu Tojo Line or Nishi-Kawagoe Station on the Kawagoe Line.
  118. Five minutes' walk from Haibara Station of Kintetsu Osaka line.
  119. Five month after the marriage of Sato and Yoshitsune, on March 26, 1185, Yoshitsune went to the front to take part in the Battle of Yashima.
  120. Five months later, on December 5, he accepted his appointment as Shogun.
  121. Five mounds: Yamato.
  122. Five of his poems were selected for "Kokinshu" (Collection of Ancient and Modern) and one poem for "Gosen Wakashu" (Later selected collection of Japanese poetry).
  123. Five of these companies sold broiled eels.
  124. Five ogres
  125. Five or less councilors were selected by public election (Article 10).
  126. Five or six riders hurrying/to Tobadono/an autumn storm
  127. Five out of only nine films in his life won the top 10 of Kinema Junpo, (four out of five if limited to the early years), and he was respected as a great director representing Japanese movies, although he didn't make many.
  128. Five parties of the Ko Roppa, except the Kokumin Kyokai, joined forces to form the Shinpoto (Progressive Party) (in Meiji Period) in 1896.
  129. Five peasants were charged with collective rioting and Unryu-ji Temple's chief priest was charged with masterminding a riot and seventeen peasants were charged with fomenting a riot, and the rest of twenty-eight peasants were charged with a minor offense.
  130. Five people went to Tokyo; Wakita in October; Cho in November; Sugimura in December; and Shimada and Sugimoto in April of the next year.
  131. Five people, Kenmyo TAKAGI, Setsudo MINEO, Ichiro OKAMOTO, Yasutaro MIURA and Dogen SASAKI, died in prison after being granted a special pardon that reduced their sentence to life in prison.
  132. Five poems composed at the time when Kume no Zenji proposed to Ishikawa no Iratsume
  133. Five sections - 410 yen (child: 210 yen)
  134. Five shrines
  135. Five shrines of Ogura-jinja Shrine, Omiya-jinja Shrine, Wakamiya-jinja Shrine, Imamiya-jinja Shrine and Shingu-jinja Shrine are enshrined in the precincts..
  136. Five shu and three cho were equivalent to prefectures in the mainland Japan, and shi, machi, sho and sha were equivalent to cities, towns and villages.
  137. Five straps are made into agemaki (trefoil knots) and attached at the top of each leg.
  138. Five temples in various places
  139. Five to fifteen minutes' walk from Kintetsu Nara Station of Kinki Nippon Railway Company
  140. Five to nine pairs of folioles are oval-shaped, 1 to 2 centimeters, and have sawtooth edges.
  141. Five tumuli having a horizontal stone chamber form clustered minor tumuli on the ridge that Akasaka Tennozan-kofun Tumulus is present.
  142. Five varieties centered in southwestern China and one variety in Japan are distributed, but those from Japan and China are considered different varieties.
  143. Five volumes.
  144. Five wooden standing statues of Gohojin (God guarding Buddhism)
  145. Five wooden statues of Godai Myo-O (Five Wisdom Kings) - Created by Tankai in 1701.
  146. Five years are required for completing a course of study.
  147. Five years later (1589), Yukaku was also constructed in Nijoyanagi-cho, Kyoto.
  148. Five years later (1589), yukaku was established at Kyoto Yanagimachi.
  149. Five years later he came back to Kyoto, returning to the position of Daigaku no kami and reaching Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade), but then went through a period of mediocrity until his death at the young age of thirty-eight.
  150. Five years later, Tsunehide accompanied Yoritomo again as he went to Kyoto for participating in the inauguration ceremony of the rebuilt Great Buddha Hall of Todai-ji Temple.
  151. Five years later, he was invited by the Maeda Family of the Kaga clan, and he made efforts to revive Kaga Kutani ware.
  152. Five years later, in 1840, the Saga Domain noticed the military techniques of Takeo when Naomasa NABESHIMA, the lord of the Saga Domain, reviewed the military maneuvers of the soldiers of Takeo.
  153. Five years later, in 686, Emperor Tenmu died.
  154. Five years later, in 697, Giho reki was used alone, although some believe that it was in 696, the previous year, or in 698, the following year.
  155. Five yen
  156. Five young court nobles who are said to be lecherous remain, and they keep visiting his house day and night.
  157. Five-Four
  158. Five-Storied Small Pagoda - enshrined in the repository.
  159. Five-and-seven Syllable Meter
  160. Five-and-seven Syllable Meter in Music
  161. Five-and-seven syllable meter is a form of poem in which words of Goon (five syllables) and Shichion (seven syllables) repeat one after another.
  162. Five-colored somen: Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture.
  163. Five-colored strings were tied to this brush, and people rushed to the long strings running out of the Great Buddha Hall in order to have a relationship with the Great Buddha.
  164. Five-minute drive from Meishin Expressway Seta-higashi Interchange and Seta-nishi Interchange (Parking available for 140 vehicles)
  165. Five-minute walk from West Japan Railway Company-Biwako Line Ishiyama Station
  166. Five-ring pagoda
  167. Five-ring pagoda (Important Cultural Property): Constructed during the Kamakura period.
  168. Five-ring pagoda for 10 retainers who were ordered to commit suicide.
  169. Five-ring pagoda for 39 of Hidetsugu's children and concubines;
  170. Five-ring pagoda: Inscribed 1287.
  171. Five-ring pagoda: Stands in front of the nursing home to the northeast of the precinct and carries an inscription dating it at 1287.
  172. Five-storey Pagoda
  173. Five-storey pagoda of Daigo-ji Temple: Fushimi-ku Ward, Kyoto City
  174. Five-storey pagoda: Although completed in 1998, this wooden pagoda is recreated the architectural style of the Kamakura period.
  175. Five-storey pagoda: Constructed in 1214; disassembled, repaired and the pent roof restored in 1962
  176. Five-storey pagoda: This pagoda created in 1214 during the Kamakura period has a pent roof, stands 17.10 m tall and the ground floor bays measure 2.74 m.
  177. Five-storied building with brick and reinforced concrete structure, slate roof, space of the building: 406 square meters
  178. Five-storied pagoda
  179. Five-storied small pagoda
  180. Five-string five-fret.
  181. Five-syllable poems (each line of the poems consisting of five syllables) were composed, by the influence of popular songs of the former Han dynasty.
  182. Fivefold Periods
  183. Fix the ogoshi to karaginu with pressure and then turn kogoshi to the front and tie it well to arrange the shape.
  184. Fixation by selection was then carried out through line breeding and, in 1976, the line name 'Shin-ho sake No. 1' was given to it; subsequently, after further review, the seventh generation was adopted to the recommended variety of Nagano Prefecture in 1978 and called 'Miyama nishiki.'
  185. Fixed Condition is now represented by the usage of "tokoro," "hodoni" and "ahida."
  186. Fixed Property Assessment Examination Committee
  187. Fixed phrases for nengajo
  188. Fixed sakana is often stereotypically arranged with a specific drink as seen in the examples of sausage for beer or raw oysters for Chablis (dry white wine), and in what follows, sakana specific to sake will be discussed.
  189. Fixed-route bus
  190. Fixed-route buses
  191. Fixed-route buses are the main means of transportation in the city.
  192. Fixed-route buses in the city
  193. Fixing of shokka
  194. Fixing the monthly festival day of Yakushi-ji Temple on the eighth day every month, Yakushi-ji Temple holds Dai-hannyakyo Sutra Tendoku Hoyo (a memorial service reading part of the "Dai-hannyakyo Sutra" to followers) on January 8 as the day of Hatsu Yakushi Ennichi (the first monthly festival of the year).
  195. Fixing the ropes with metal fittings is not a proper method.
  196. Flabbergasted, the assassin retreated and Kakuban narrowly escaped death.
  197. Flag signaling by the station's staff had long been used in conducting such exchange, but in recent times colored signal lamps that substitute for flag signaling have been employed.
  198. Flagstones exposed on the top of the tomb suggest that it could be a pit stone chamber or a box type stone coffin.
  199. Flake
  200. Flake is a thin piece of stone removed from ore by percussion.
  201. Flake kanten (flake agar):
  202. Flake stone tool
  203. Flake stone tools are made from thin piece of stone (flake) removed from ore (host rock) by percussion.
  204. Flake stone tools include useful tools such as flint arrowheads and stone knives.
  205. Flake stone tools were mainly used as useful tools and include chipped stone tools such as points, stone spears, stone arrowheads, stone knives, stone harpoons, stone spatulas, stone drills and stone saws.
  206. Flash pan is a receptacle sticking out from the side of the barrel for priming powder in matchlock guns and flintlock guns.
  207. Flashy wardrobe is not welcomed at a funeral due to the view that it is a ritual for parting from the deceased.
  208. Flat board-like parts are made and they are built up for the board on which cakes and so on are put.
  209. Flat fare system for: Adults: JPY 150, Children: JPY 80.
  210. Flat gravel materials were shaped into an ellipse or a rectangular, and a shallow dent was created in the center.
  211. Flat line
  212. Flat-rate fare
  213. Flatfish, righteye flounder, sea bream, Japanese seaperch, and whitebait
  214. Flatlands extend from Ayabe City around the Fukuchiyama Basin, with the mountain regions surrounding the flatlands making up a large percentage of the city area.
  215. Flavor elements by Candida yeast are generated during this process.
  216. Flavor of full-bodied matured sake spending a long time
  217. Flavor that make a person feel so-called koku
  218. Flavor-wise, a balance between their own delicious taste and modest astringency is important.
  219. Flavored canned coffee
  220. Flavored canned coffee with the flavor of almond or hazelnuts started being sold also in Japan around 1995 following the gourmet-coffee boom which had started in the West.
  221. Flavoring
  222. Flavoring adds umami to sake.
  223. Flavoring agents
  224. Flavoring agents are considered to be an important factor determining the nature of canned coffee.
  225. Flavoring agents are sometimes added to cover retort odor generated during high-temperature pasteurization and milk-flavor agents are supplementally used to improve the taste of the milk constituents.
  226. Flavors
  227. Flea markets: take place at and around Maejima wharf during the day.
  228. Fleeing the Capital and the Battle of Mizushima
  229. Fleshpot Language
  230. Fleshpot language is a dialect spoken among maiko (apprentice geisha) and geigi (a woman who gives fun with a song, a dance or a music instrument at a feast) in Gion and other fleshpots of Kyoto.
  231. Flexibility in one's love life and the success that brings, making it possible to love many women at the same time and furthermore to make all of them happy.
  232. Flexible rubber and synthetic resin are used, for example, in order to water and air proof paper or cloth.
  233. Flight from the Imperial Court
  234. Flight of the Taira family from the capital
  235. Flinders University
  236. Flint.
  237. Flipping Euphonic Changes
  238. Flocks of several Pelagic Cormorants act together and sometimes nest in a colony of Japanese Cormorants.
  239. Flogging
  240. Flogging (jozai or jokei) was one of the five sentences of the Ritsuryo law.
  241. Flood
  242. Floods from rivers and inland waters.
  243. Floor levels: five levels / Structure: reinforced concrete
  244. Floor: 2,400 square meters (a seating capacity of 2,926)
  245. Floors
  246. Floors (wood floors, Mushiro (straw) mats, Tatami mats, dirt floors, or flooring)
  247. Floors are covered, and a veranda (a narrow wooden passageway along the edge of a house facing the garden) is constructed.
  248. Flour
  249. Flour and powdered rice were kneaded with salt and water, and the dough was then formed into rope-like shapes and dried.
  250. Flour, cotton, linen, coal, iron ore, bauxite and tungsten.
  251. Flour, sugar, and starch syrup are mixed together, with white bean paste added to create a dough, which is poured into a pan and shaped, sprinkled with poppy seeds, and scorched at the top.
  252. Flow of the war
  253. Flower Basket by Takeji FUJISHIMA
  254. Flower Calendar
  255. Flower and Water Tapestry
  256. Flower arrangement
  257. Flower arrangement Shigisan Sinkaryu (head family: chief abbot of Shigisan)
  258. Flower arrangement of Miyakokoryu is classified roughly into seika and jiyuka (free style ikebana).
  259. Flower arranging at Ikenobo originated during 1469 - 1486 with the 12th-generation Ikenobo priest Senkei, who was renowned as a master of flower arranging.
  260. Flower festival (May 4, 1976; Shitara-cho, Toei-cho and Toyone-mura, Kitashitara-gun; Kitashitara Hana Matsuri Hozonkai [Kitashitara Flower Festival Preservation Association])
  261. Flower fragrance of the Japanese plum carried by the morning breeze can be enjoyed when windows are opened on an early spring morning.
  262. Flower kanzashi worn by maiko are designated for each month and it represents the changing seasons and reflects the entertainment career and the taste of maiko in question.
  263. Flower selling
  264. Flower shops, hardware stores, gardening companies and builders create the kadomatsu, and some of them even offer a full service of setting and removing it.
  265. Flower vegetables
  266. Flowerbed and flowering tree zone
  267. Flowerbeds: Seventy species, eighteen hundred square meters
  268. Flowering fern
  269. Flowering of Jodo sect (Pure Land Buddhism)
  270. Flowering of literature by women writers
  271. Flowers and Birds (Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
  272. Flowers and Birds (The Museum Yamatobunkakan) Important Cultural Property: An exhibition was organized in 1981.
  273. Flowers and Birds Room (Kacho-no-ma)
  274. Flowers and Birds of the Four Season, (six panel screen created as a pair (rokkyoku-isso)), Attributed to Sesshu
  275. Flowers and thorns/this road looks like the one back home
  276. Flowers are in bloom at the temple in all seasons, with peonies in spring, lotuses and crape myrtles in summer and beautiful red leaves in autumn.
  277. Flowers are on the end of stems which extend toward water surface, and the diameter is 1 to 1.6 cm.
  278. Flowers in dark red, pink, white, and yellow bloom during October and November.
  279. Flowers of rape/the moon in the east/the sun in the west
  280. Flowers, incense, yoraku (hanging ornament used for Buddhist ceremony), incense powder, zuko, shoko, sogaidoban (canopy and pillar), clothes, gigaku (music played by women), gassho (putting the palms of hands together).
  281. Flowing clouds
  282. Fluorescent X-ray analysis shows that jade excavated from 'Sannai-Maruyama site' and southern Hokkaido came from Itoigawa, and it is therefore believed that Jomon people traded with one another over a wide area.
  283. Fluorine ion (F-): 2 mg or more
  284. Flute case with deer design (The Museum Yamatobunkakan, Important Cultural Property)
  285. Flute pro (Fuekata)
  286. Flute: Isso Style
  287. Flute: Kasuga Style Chome Seizaemon School
  288. Flute: Morita Style, Kasuga Style
  289. Fly the flag of judgment, fly the flag of judgment, and fly the flag of judgment.
  290. Flying Liner-go operated by Tohoku Kyuko Bus and Kintetsu Bus (JR Ibaraki Station ? Hankyu Ibaraki Station ? Dainichi Station)
  291. Flying Sneaker Kyoto/Ibaraki-go (Kintetsu Bus/Tohoku Kyuko Bus)
  292. Flying squirrel
  293. Flyleaves illustation on Buddhist scriptures donated by Heike (Itsukushima-jinja Shrine)
  294. Fm Rissen Koma-hyojo tone
  295. Fm-Kyoto Inc. (α-station)
  296. Foam forming the rock-like shape
  297. Foam forms the shape of a ball and become smaller and smaller.
  298. Foam on the Waves ("Kokumin no tomo" (The Nation's Friend), August 1890.
  299. Foamed polystyrene: Street stalls often use dishes made of foamed polystyrene.
  300. Focus is rather placed on speaking skills.
  301. Focusing internally on manor governance, while honjo strengthened their control on the manor to prevent invasions by samurai, shokan who were in charge of the practical business of manor governance, were working to establish their own management authority.
  302. Focusing on Koyo Gunkan (record of the military exploits of the Takeda family), however, Kuroda determined that 'lapses of memory were seen, but the stories are not maliciously fabricated; this is a historical material of good quality based on their experiences.'
  303. Focusing on the mobility to some extent between low-ranking samurai and high-ranking peasants, such classes may be called 'middle-ranking class.'
  304. Focusing on the roof tiles of the Hokkedo Hall, Uehara estimated that the foundation of the hall was some time between early summer of 741 and August 742, and presented a theory that this hall was the Kon-do Hall of Fukuju-ji Temple and then used as the Kon-do Hall of Konmyo-ji Temple.
  305. Fog rises in autumn and winter due to the formation of the basin.
  306. Foil on paper Lotus Sutra Skillful Means Chapter (Kuboso Memorial Museum of Arts, Izumi City, Osaka)
  307. Foil-stamping is incorporated in part of the assembly process.
  308. Fold the above the strap [c] to a width of about five centimeters so that it becomes a horizontal line '一', align its center with the knot, wind the strap [b] around [a] several times and finally make adjustments so that a vertical line '|' comes out from under [a].
  309. Fold the fukusa in place of the board and offer the kinpu on it.
  310. Fold the top and bottom sides of fried eggs over the rice to form an omelet ishaped like a leaf and the place it on a dish.
  311. Folding Screen of Birds and Flowers of the 4 Seasons (Kyoto National Museum)
  312. Folding Screen of Pine Trees
  313. Folding Screen with Flowers and Birds of the Four Season (six panel screen created as a pair), Geiai (attributed)
  314. Folding Screens of Scenes In and Around Kyoto' (Funaki Version), Tokyo National Museum
  315. Folding Words
  316. Folding diagrams
  317. Folding fans were exported to China in the Baisong Era.
  318. Folding screen painting of Sotatsu TAWARAYA (original painting)
  319. Folding screen painting of a man riding a donkey: A four-panel folding screen confidently verified as the work of Tohaku HASEGAWA that temporarily left the temple as a result of the anti-Buddhist movement at the beginning of the Meiji period.
  320. Folding screen used for "Furo," a summer-style tea ceremony using a portable stove for boiling water
  321. Folding screens and portraits still in existence have been attributed to him.
  322. Folding screens of Gunka-Guncho-zu (drawing of deers and cranes) (Itabashi Art Museum) A pair of six folding screens
  323. Folding screens of Takagari-zu (drawing of hawk hunting) (Itabashi Art Museum) A pair of two folding screens
  324. Folding screens were placed near a man of high rank such as the Emperor.
  325. Folding screens with paintings of scenes from the Tale of Genji and autumn foiliage (Hayashibara Museum of Art)
  326. Folk Cultural Properties
  327. Folk Entertainments
  328. Folk Museum
  329. Folk art
  330. Folk beliefs
  331. Folk beliefs prohibition policy
  332. Folk beliefs which were the origin of Ancient Shinto and Shinto were based on the concept of nature worship, and this had an animistic element that regarded every object as occupied by a spiritual entity such as a god (deity), a spirit, or a soul.
  333. Folk cultural assets
  334. Folk cultural properties are defined as being the folk customs, public entertainments and traditional skills, and the associated costumes, tools and stages related to the indispensables such as foods, clothing, housings, livelihoods, beliefs and annual events.
  335. Folk music
  336. Folk performing arts
  337. Folk religion (other than Tsukumogami)
  338. Folk song shakuhachi
  339. Folk stories and worship
  340. Folk techniques
  341. Folk technology
  342. Folk toys created in the Edo period.
  343. Folk-cultural properties
  344. Folk-cultural properties in Japan are roughly categorized into folk-cultural properties tangible folk-cultural properties and folk-cultural properties intangible folk-cultural properties.
  345. Folk-cultural properties refer to material folk-culture with a particularly high value which require preservation measures, or measures or rules for such preservation are expected to be effective.
  346. Folklore
  347. Folklore about the Tosho-ji War
  348. Folklore and record
  349. Folklore of Shunju kyorai
  350. Folklore of the Aizu region says that Katsutoyo was part of the Yamauchi clan (a branch family of Sudo Ymanouchi clan), which worked for the Ashina clan, which in turn became Nobunaga's vassal when he wandered, but this doesn't fit Katsutoyo's accomplishments during the Owari period.
  351. Folklore:
  352. Folkloric Background
  353. Folklorist Kunio YANAGIDA also has an interest in the fact that people in Totsukawa speak with an accent which is similar to Japan's standard accent even though the village is located in Kinki area.
  354. Folks, the end of this world will be the beginning of the God world.'
  355. Folktales, traditions and old stories
  356. Folkways
  357. Folkways in enshrining the Agricultural God
  358. Follow the woodland pass to the fork in the path (entrance to Kuya-taki Waterfall) which can pass a car, from where the only possible route is that the mountain path (approximately a 1 hour walk from the entrance to Kuya-taki Waterfall).
  359. Follow-up lines' are classified into Four Seasons, while 'the first lines' are classified into Four Seasons, Love, and Miscellaneous.
  360. Followed on as Nakazo NAKAMURA (III).
  361. Followed the imperial rescript of Emperor Buretsu in 501, he gathered ekicho (construction workers) forcibly and built the substructure of a castle in Mimatanomura (present Kawai town, Nara Prefecture) but this should be Kanemura's achievement.
  362. Follower of the Minamoto family
  363. Followers association
  364. Followers gathered even from Ou.
  365. Followers never place ihai in their altars but the Daikodo at Taiseki-ji Temple have ihai of Nikko and Nichimoku.
  366. Following "Ogura Hyakunin Isshu," various Hyakunin Isshu were compiled.
  367. Following "Senkyo Ibun", he studied and wrote a series of strange stories about afterworld including "Katsugoro Saisei Kibun" (Record of Katsugoro's Rebirth), "Yukyo Shingo", "Kokon-Yomi-Ko" (A study on monsters of all ages) and "Ino Mononoke Roku" (The Ghost Experience of Mr. Ino).
  368. Following "Shoku-Nihongi," the book contains records of the reigns of emperors Kanmu, Heizei, Saga and Junna.
  369. Following 'Konin-kyaku Code,' they chose from Shochoku (imperial edicts) and Daijokanpu (official documents from the Department of State to local governments) significant laws which had been enforced for 49 years (820-868) and arranged them according to each ministry.
  370. Following Chie Pro's film, 'Kabuki Eiga Pro' produced the film "Nozaki-mura Village" starring Kobunji.
  371. Following Chogen's death, Eisai, known as the founder of the Rinzai Sect in Japan, took over the position of Todai-ji Temple Daikanjin.
  372. Following Cloistered Imperial Prince Joe, successive Cloistered Imperial Princes served at the temple which became established as a Miya Monzeki-ji (Imperial Priest Temple) and came to occupy an important position within the Tendai Sect.
  373. Following Daidoshi, Rengyoshu go down from the floor, squat down, put the palms of hands together and swear for every precept, saying "Observe well, observe well, observe well" three times.
  374. Following Danzo and Danjuro, actors such as Chusha ICHIKAWA VII, Danjuro ICHIKAWA XI and Nizaemon KATAOKA XIII played this role well.
  375. Following Emperor Tenji's death, Emperor Tenmu, who usurped the throne in the Jinshin War, placed priority on military affairs and implemented an autocratic style of government.
  376. Following Hansekihokan (return of the land and people to Emperor) on April 22, 1869, he was re-appointed by the Meiji government as the Governor of his domain, and following Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) in 1871, he was dismissed from the post of governor and relocated to Tokyo.
  377. Following Hideyoshi's death, he served as an advisor close to Hideyori TOYOTOMI.
  378. Following Hideyoshi's footstep, Ieyasu prepared the samurai residences near Edo-jo Castle so that daimyo's families would live in Edo.
  379. Following Hideyoshi, he assailed Mine Castle in Ise Province in 1583,
  380. Following Hideyoshi, he put himself under Masakatsu HACHISUKA's command.
  381. Following Himiko, a male became a king of Wakoku, but another civil war occurred again, ending with accession of female Tayo (臺與・壹與, see also Tayo).
  382. Following Hogen Monogatari (The Tale of the Hogen Disturbance), Heiji Monogatari (The Tale of Heiji), and Heike Monogatari (The Tale of the Heike), it is the last book of 'Shibu no Gassensho' (The Four War Tales) depicting how the Kamakura bakufu drove the dynasty into collapse and the process of establishing a feudal system.
  383. Following Iesato TOKUGAWA, he moved to Sunpu after the Restoration, but he returned to Tokyo in 1870.
  384. Following Imperial Prince Taruhito ARISUGAWA, who was Tosei Daisotoku (great leader who journeys east), who led his army out of Kyoto, one small company from the Yamagunitai received orders to accompany the prince eastwards.
  385. Following Kyoto, other shrines changed their names to Yasaka-jinja Shrine, to Susano-jinja Shrine from the name of the enshrined deity, to Gion-jinja Shrine from the previous shrine name, to names prefixed with geographic names, or to old shrine names used before enshrining Gozu Tenno.
  386. Following MINAMOTO no Yoshiie's death, Yoshitada inherited the leadership and sought to maintain the power of Kawachi-Genji through alliances with Ise-Heishi (one of the Taira clans) before being assassinated by his own family member.
  387. Following NOMI no Sukune's advice, he buried a clay figure instead of following his wife to the grave (this is believed to be the origin of Haniwa, earthenware figures that line the exterior of some ancient Japanese burial mounds).
  388. Following Nagasaki, a model steam engine locomotive ran in Yokohama in 1854, and although it was just a model, it carried a passenger (bakushin shogun's retainer, Yanosuke KAWADA) who rode over the roof.
  389. Following Nagayoshi's orders, he also fought against the 13th Shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, who was defying Nagayoshi.
  390. Following Nagayoshi`s death in May 1566, Takamasa reconciled with his heir, Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI and returned to Takaya-jo Castle.
  391. Following Nobunaga ODA's order, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI concentrated on an attack against Miki-jo Castle where Nagaharu BESSHO was besieged (the Battle of Miki), so Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI requested Katsuhisa AMAGO and his vassals to withdraw from Kozuki-jo Castle.
  392. Following Nobunaga's orders, they fought battles in various places.
  393. Following Nobunaga, he then took part in the siege of Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple.
  394. Following Sakihisa's death, the site was restored as a branch temple of the Shokoku-ji Temple.
  395. Following TAKECHI, he went to Edo and studied Kyoshin Meichi ryu at Shigakukan, which was the training hall of Shunzo MOMONOI.
  396. Following Taisei Hokan by Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA in 1868, the Boshin War broke out.
  397. Following Takakamo-jinja Shrine (also called Takakamo-sha Shrine, literally meaning "higher Kamo-jinja Shrine") and Katsuragimitoshi-jinja Shrine (also called Nakakamo-sha Shrine, literally meaning "middle Kamo-jinja Shrine"), Kamotsuba-jinja Shrine is also referred to as 'Shimogamo-sha Shrine' (literally meaning "lower Kamo-jinja Shrine").
  398. Following Takauji ASHIKAGA who raised an army to overthrow the Shogunate in the Genko War, Mitsuyoshi participated in the attack of Rokuhara Tandai (an administrative and judicial agency in Rokuhara, Kyoto) in Kyoto.
  399. Following Takauji ASHIKAGA, he joined the overthrowing the Kamakura shogunate and the battle against the Southern Court, which turned against the Kenmu Restoration Government, and became the Shugo (provincial military governor) of Izumi Province and then Kii Province.
  400. Following Takauji ASHIKAGA, who ran off to Mt. Shosha (currently in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture) in Harima Province, Yorifusa destroyed Takauji's army.
  401. Following Tenbun-honan (Tenbun Hokke War) in the Muromachi period, Honzen-ji Temple received rinji (the Emperor's command) from Emperor Gonara to became chokugan-ji (a temple built at the order of the emperor).
  402. Following Transfer of Capital to Heijo
  403. Following Tsunehisa AMAGO's death after the Amago clan failed in the invasion of Aki Province, the Ouchi and Mori armies departed for Izumo Province on February 5, 1542.
  404. Following World War II, Kansai Kabuki had no strong leader or support and appeared set to collapse at any moment.
  405. Following Yoshiaki's death, the Ashikaga Shogunate family seemed to die out.
  406. Following Yoshimitsu's act, many samurai and aristocrats also became priests.
  407. Following Yoshinaka, Kanehira IMAI took his own life.
  408. Following Yoshitomo at first, Sanemori later served Yoshikata as a retainer for geopolitical reasons.
  409. Following a case of food poisoning during the socond Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa - Winter Battle -, there has been more focus on preventing food poisoning during the 'ennichi'.
  410. Following a convention, it customarily lowers the flag to half-staff and observes mourning when a member of a royal family passes away.
  411. Following a greater appreciation of this situation, a gradually increasing number of traditional private houses from the Edo Period and Western-style buildings of modern times have been designated as national important cultural properties or as cultural properties by local governments since the late 1960s.
  412. Following a proposal of severe punishment of 'execution for leading figures and deportation for other general Christians' made by Sawa and Inoue, the government held a conference in the presence of the emperor in Osaka on May 17 to discuss the proposed punishment.
  413. Following a request by the World Health Organization (WHO) to increase mosquito net production and voluntary export of technology to Africa, Sumitomo Chemicals Co., Ltd. constructed two factories in Tanzania in the year 2000.
  414. Following a revelation in her dream, Senyomonin donated her vast manor to To-ji.
  415. Following a timetable revision made in March 1991, where the interval of Rapid train services between Nishi-Akashi and Kakogawa during daytime hours was changed to fifteen minutes, the local train services to Kakogawa became limited to rush hours during the morning.
  416. Following an example set in Kyoto City, he divided the city into sections "jo" and subsections "chome" and embarked on removal of hatched huts for the purpose of preventing fires which were considered as major disasters of the time.
  417. Following an order from Ieyasu TOKUGAWA he participated in the battle for Shingu-jo Castle and after it had surrendered he stationed troops to ensure the ownership rights were secured however, ultimately the Kii Province was given to Yoshinaga ASANO whereupon SUGIWAKA was punished by being deprived of his fief.
  418. Following an order from Shin-ei animation, Kyoto Animation produced the TV animation "Noroi-no-one-piece" based on the comic by Shungiku UCHIDA, and this was to be the first animation produced using entirely the company's own staff from staging to finishing.
  419. Following are differences from other materials.
  420. Following are excerpts from 'Yonde Tanoshimu No no Sekai' (The World of Noh: Explored Through Text).
  421. Following are folklores told in tourist spots related to Musashi or dojo (training halls) or events of budo (martial arts), however, this is invalid information not based on reliable historical materials.
  422. Following are important national cultural properties designated by the Government of Japan which are located at Imadegawa-kochi.
  423. Following are other works that represent this period.
  424. Following are parallels of the materials.
  425. Following are production areas of Japanese tea in numerical order of prefectures without regard to name recognition.
  426. Following are representative kabuki actors with some connection with the tea rooms and ushers.
  427. Following are some concrete examples of problematic behavior.
  428. Following are some examples:
  429. Following are the books on Sanichigonjitsu no soron.
  430. Following are the details of Tsunehisa while in hiding described in war chronicles.
  431. Following are the major groups within Kanze-ryu.
  432. Following are the names of the school and their founders as well as their lineage.
  433. Following are the specifications based upon the 1936 version of the specifications chart.
  434. Following cabinet decisions to prepare for the building of the facility, taken in 1995, and to implement the plan to establish it, taken in 1999, the government promoted its creation as part of the policy surrounding the 'Promotion of Youth Employment Measures' of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.
  435. Following examples can be given for the ways in which Seikyo-sha's Dojins involved themselves in the society.
  436. Following her instructions, he put away fame and fortune and chose the way to seek truth with nenbutsu-zanmai (mental absorption in the nenbutsu) in a secluded life at the Eshin-in Temple in Yokawa (the present building was the former Betto Daishi-do Hall in Sakamoto Satobo which had been removed and rebuilt on the present location).
  437. Following him many of his disciples began studying about the Western world without narrow-mindness, while they maintained the respect to the Imperial family.
  438. Following him, FUJIWARA no Sukemasa and FUJIWARA no Yukinari appeared one after another, and these three persons were called, san-seki, the three great calligraphers.
  439. Following him, Meikaku went to Qing in 1891, visiting such great calligraphers as Yu Yue, Yang Xian, and Wu Dacheng.
  440. Following him, the Fukei's cavalry rushed into the enemy's troops, then the enemy's soldiers ran away.
  441. Following his achievements, the government instructed him to study in Europe and then return to Tokyo University to teach pharmacognosy.
  442. Following his adoptive father, he took the position as town head at Kamigyo District, and was a purveyor to Ienari TOKUGAWA, Omote Senke Ryoryosai, Urasenke Nintokusai, and Mushanokoji Senke Kokosai.
  443. Following his advice, the troops marched toward the south to turn around, but when they reached Onominato in Kii Province, his wound got serious.
  444. Following his appearance in Ryotaro SHIBA's books, Okita is generally often depicted in fiction as a pure and innocent young man.
  445. Following his coming of age ceremony at Kamo-jinja Shrine in Kyoto, he took the name Jiro KAMO.
  446. Following his coming of age ceremony on March 14, 989, 11-year-old Takaie was appointed jiju (a chamberlain) of Jugoinoge (the Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and on October 10, 994 was conferred Hisangi (advisor at large) of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and took his place at the Imperial Court.
  447. Following his death, Kinuyo's mother ran a business manufacturing to-omote (tatami (Japanese straw mat) facings made of rattan), but their life gradually went into decline after they suffered misfortunes including the theft of money by servants.
  448. Following his death, an epidemic spread, drought continued, and the imperial princes of Emperor Daigo died of diseases one after another.
  449. Following his elder brother's death in 1695, Tadatsune succeeded to his brother's position as the adopted heir.
  450. Following his father Enshin, he executed a stern attack in the battle against Takada Hyogo no fu Yorishige, penetrating into Saijoyama-jo Castle to win victory.
  451. Following his father Korehira and older brother TAIRA no Masasuke, he extended his influence in Ise Province and possessed Kotsukuri no sho-manor (Ichishi County, Mie Prefecture).
  452. Following his father Takuji's position as professor of Kyoto Imperial University (present Kyoto University), his family moved to Kyoto City in 1908.
  453. Following his father's death, Yoshitaka assisted the 13th Shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA and Harumoto HOSOKAWA in battles with Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, but the military superiority of this group over the Miyoshi family was reversed and a string of battles were lost.
  454. Following his father's recommendation, he practiced Zen meditation under Shunoku Soen of Daitoku-ji Temple.
  455. Following his father, Mitsuyuki became a retainer of the Kamakura Shogunate as the head of the Toki clan, but he also had a deep relationship with the Imperial Court as he lived in Kyoto and served as Saimen no bushi (the Imperial Palace Guard for the west side) for Emperor Gotoba.
  456. Following his lead, higher-ranking samurai competed to collect 'itoin'; and because there were quite a few 'itoin' in their residences, their itoin naturally played a role to hang inro from their obi.
  457. Following his motto, "Read many books and travel many miles," he traveled to many locations in Japan.
  458. Following his opinion, OTOMO no Fusui immediately sent him and INBE no Kobito to secure the city.
  459. Following his rule as the Lord of the Takatsuki Domain in Settsu Province, Yasunobu became the first Lord of the Sasayama Domain in Tanba Province.
  460. Following in his father's footsteps at the Battle of Sekigahara, he participated in conflicts including the siege of Ueda-jo Castle.
  461. Following in his father's footsteps, he also engaged in a trading business and civil engineering works.
  462. Following in the footsteps of Sengaku, he conducted empirical research and wrote works including "Shui Saiyo-sho" (Commentary of Leaves of Gleanings) and "Seiyo Tanka-sho" ("Green Leaves and Red Flowers," a Collection of Poetry).
  463. Following is a summary of a fight scene written in "Kokura Hibun" by Musashi's adopted son Iori in 1654.
  464. Following is a summary of the fight scene written in "Heiho Taiso Bushu Genshin-ko Denrai."
  465. Following is a summary of the monjo (written record) of Japan's intention to open its ports, as witnessed by the United States of America.
  466. Following is the chronological table.
  467. Following is the explanation in detail.
  468. Following is the summery of the fight scene written in "Yoshioka-den."
  469. Following is the summery.
  470. Following is the years of death of related Emperors written in "Kojiki".
  471. Following its construction, most imperial palaces were built in the Asuka area centered around Asuka-dera Temple.
  472. Following its destruction by fire during Nobunaga ODA's raid, the current Konpon Chudo was rebuilt over a period of 8 years from 1634 (completed in 1641) by order of the third Tokugawa Shogun, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA acting on the counsel of Jigen Daishi Tenkai.
  473. Following its electrification and reopening in October 1999, the number of passengers using the Maizuru Line steadily increased, but figures have been declining slightly in recent years.
  474. Following its founding, the temple became, and today remains, an ancestral temple of the Ichijo family.
  475. Following its founding, the temple gradually fell into decay but was restored in 1874 when the Kongoo-in sub-temple of Daigo-ji Temple was relocated to the site.
  476. Following kaiseki (a light meal), the guests retire to the garden for a short break before returning to the Chashitsu to drink koicha (a strong green tea) and then usucha (a weak green tea), with each guest taking a drink from the bowl before it is passed on to the next guest; the guests then leave, quietly acknowledging each other one last time.
  477. Following medieval times, it became a practice for leading poets to submit one hundred poems as baseline material when selecting waka for the Chokusen Wakashu (Imperial Anthology of Japanese Poetry compiled by Imperial command).
  478. Following names were people who were granted to use a portion of the real name of Yoshihiro SHIBA.
  479. Following stage is Mitsuhide's one-man performance.
  480. Following suit of Kokuseiji Temple on Mt. Tendai in Tang that enshrined 'Sanno Genhitsu shinkun' as the guardian deity of the region, Enryakuji Temple called the deities Sanno.
  481. Following suit were several high-ranking Gozenbugyo who also received treatment equal to that of the Hikitsukeshu (Naidanshu).
  482. Following that, he was appointed to the Minister of Communication in the second Yamagata cabinet.
  483. Following that, he was given a concurrent appointment as Kotaigogushiki, but Empress Dowager FUJIWARA no Onshi still called herself Chugu.
  484. Following that, he went to the front as a military officer accompanying the No. three military force.
  485. Following that, in 738, 115 subjected barbarians were sent to Settsu Province (Osaka Prefecture today) via Suruga Province (Shizuoka Prefecture today), which was confirmed in the official tax record of Suruga Province.
  486. Following that, in the same year, he rewrote horror stories he had written for other magazines in the same style and published them under the title of "Kindai Iyo Hen" (Modern Mysterious Tales).
  487. Following that, it also preached, 'Even if Rokuharamitsu (the six practices of charity, morality, patience, effort, meditation, and wisdom) has not been practiced yet, Rokuharamitsu naturally face mankind.'
  488. Following that, while the social conditions taking on a wartime look, the accreditation was carried out in an unconcerned manner and more than 200 articles were accredited as an important art object on August 4, 1945 - immediately before the end of World War II.
  489. Following the Battle of Anegawa the territorial lords of Hongan-ji Temple (in the Battle of Noda-jo Castle and Fukushima-jo Castle), the Mori clan, the Takeda clan, and the Uesugi clan all declared themselves against Nobunaga (the Surrounding of Nobunaga).
  490. Following the Chinese Kikyochu, Naikikyoku recorded daily activities of the emperor and compiled as 'Naikikyoku Nikki;' but for the above-mentioned reasons, they ceased that duty in the latter half of the Heian period and their documents have been lost except for some superior writings.
  491. Following the Decree, newly-appointed three offices were called to Kogosho Palace to hold Kogosho Conference from around 18:00 on that day.
  492. Following the Einin no Tokuseirei (debt cancellation decree), the preferential treatment of gokenin over higokenin became pronounced and led to rogue elements among higokenin rebelling against the bakufu, imperial court nobles and religious institutions.
  493. Following the Emperor Enyu's death, Enyu-ji Temple gradually fell into decline and FUJIWARA no Saneyoshi built a villa on the site of the temple at the end of the Heian period.
  494. Following the Emperor's abdication, he became In no betto (chief administrator of the Retired Emperor's Office).
  495. Following the Equal-field system in the Tang Dynasty, the Japanese government introduced Handen Shuju.
  496. Following the Heian Period, a system of ceremonies centered on two rituals, one in which the abdicating emperor issued an edict proclaming his abdication, and the other in which the Kenji (the Sacred Sword and the Sacred Jewel) were passed down to the successor (the new emperor) became customary.
  497. Following the Heiji War, the Taira clan established a new order both in the national political arena and the samurai warrior society.
  498. Following the Hogen Rebellion, however, he died at an early age.
  499. Following the Honnoji Incident, he reconciled with Hideyoshi HASHIBA (later Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI) who, as the successor of Nobunaga, had taken control over Kyoto and in 1585 he moved to the town of Osaka Tenman, built by Hideyoshi based on the layout of the inner precinct of the Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple.
  500. Following the Imposter Theory
  501. Following the Jokyu War, the Kamakura Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) seized much of the Imperial family's estate and divided it among ryoto tetsuritsu (alternate accedence from two ancestries of Imperial families)--restitution was later made to Gotakakura-in.
  502. Following the Meiji Restoration, the Okura school waned temporarily due to a series of troubles, including the closure of the occupational branch families and the extinction of the head family.
  503. Following the Meiji Restoration, there were many goshi who successfully purchased and accumulated land holdings in contrast to jokashi/clan samurai who lost their stipends and were ruined.
  504. Following the Meiji period, the various schools of the Shingon Sect repeatedly became opposed to one another, formed new schools and merged.
  505. Following the Meiji period, the various sub-schools of the Shingon Sect repeatedly became opposed to one another, formed new schools and merged.
  506. Following the Ominugui of the statues of Yakushi Nyorai, Nikko Bosatsu and Gakko Bosatsu in Kon-do Hall, the statues in Dai-kodo Hall, Toin-do Hall and others receive the ritual of Ominugui one after another.
  507. Following the Ordinance Distinguishing Shinto and Buddhism in 1868, a law banning Shugendo was introduced, prohibiting Shugendo practice.
  508. Following the Otenmon Incident of 866, in which Dainagon TOMO no Yoshio was overthrown and the Otomo and Ki clans, who were alleged to be involved in the event, were also ousted from the court.
  509. Following the Retired Emperor's will who passed away, he succeeded to the throne in 1274 when he was eight years old after Emperor Kameyama passed the throne to him
  510. Following the Retired Emperor's wishes, he was cremated and his ashes/remains were dispersed at Oharano no nishi no mine no e no misasagi in Minami Kasuga-cho Town, Oharano, Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  511. Following the Saio (Saigu) of the Ise-jingu Shrine, the successive Saio Priestesses were selected from princesses of blood or female relatives of the Emperor (the Imperial Family).
  512. Following the Second World War, the Association of Shinto Shrines made it beppyo jinja (a special list shrine).
  513. Following the Seinan War in 1877, he joined the group planning raising a samurai army in Tohoku region, however, before the action, he was arrested and imprisoned as well as the other followers (the incident has been called 'Sanada Taiko Jiken' after the name of the ringleader who was a Shinto priest).
  514. Following the Soga's victory, Buddhist culture developed under the Soga clan and the clan-affiliated Okimi (King, a term used before "Emperor" became common), mainly in and around the capital Asuka-kyo, home to the Yamato royalty.
  515. Following the Taika Reforms, in 645, Min and TAKAMUKO no Kuromaro were appointed to the role of Kunihakase (national level scholars), and in 649, they devised the Hassho hyakkan-sei system (the Ritsuryo [government structure modeled after the Chinese system] form of government ministries).
  516. Following the Tokyo Racecourse, Kyoto Racecourse announced that it would replace its Turf Vision, which are set on the side of goal (No. 1 device) and on the side of fourth corner (No. 2 device), with the ones equipped with high-definition displays and multiple displays (only No. 1 device).
  517. Following the above basic principles, various types of missionary work, social activities and projects are implemented.
  518. Following the appointment as Gon no Risshi (generally in Shingon sect, 15th-ranking Buddhist priest, literally, "supernumerary master of discipline") in 964, he was promoted in 968 to become Gon no Shosozu (a provisional junior rank in the second highest managerial position).
  519. Following the appointment of the Designated Manager System into the Kyoto City in April 2006, Viva Sports Academy Corporation began running and managing the facility.
  520. Following the arrival of the 'expeditionary force to the east' into Kanto, Seiichirou KINASHI (a feudal retainer of the Choshu clan), a Spearhead staff officer of the 'expeditionary force to the east,' and Kiyoshi WATANABE (a feudal retainer of the Omura clan) proceeded to the British delegation quarters in Yokohama.
  521. Following the arrival of the Black Ships by Matthew PERRY of the United States in 1853 in Uraga, "The Treaty between the United States of America and the Empire of Japan" was concluded the following year.
  522. Following the arson of Negoro-ji Temple, Saikashu was attacked.
  523. Following the assassination of Kawachi Province acting governor Naganori YUSA in 1551, Munefusa YASUMI became acting governor.
  524. Following the battle he governed with greater independence from the Asakura clan.
  525. Following the battle, Harumoto HOSOKAWA and Motonaga MIYOSHI became antagonistic toward one another.
  526. Following the battle, under orders from Ieyasu he bore a note from Ieyasu to the Toyotomi clan, in which Ieyasu declared, 'I bear no animosity towards the Toyotomi clan' after which he remained in Osaka and did not return to Edo.
  527. Following the birth of Iemitsu, the daughter of Toshimitsu SAITO named Fuku, who was a vassal to Mitsuhide AKECHI (the wife of Masanari INABA, a vassal of the Kobayakawa clan; later given the name Kasuga no Tsubone) became the wet nurse for Iemitsu, while Masakatsu INABA and Nobutsuna MATSUDAIRA became his pages.
  528. Following the cheerful dance by many actors, the leading actor comes to the stage.
  529. Following the completion of the bridge, Yamato River was also dammed up.
  530. Following the complications outlined above, Kagemoto was antagonistic to Kagemoto of the Yasuda clan, in particular, and it iwas he who reported Takahiro's act of treason to Kenshin.
  531. Following the conflicts he suffered punishment by removal of samurai status but was later pardoned and, in 1602, was employed as a retainer of the shogun, thereby receiving a modest 500 koku stipend as a Tokugawa vassal.
  532. Following the culture of the Northern and Southern Courts, Muromachi culture evolved as Kitayama culture at the time of the third Shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, and matured as Higashiyama culture at the time of the eighth Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA.
  533. Following the custom of every year.
  534. Following the custom of having illegitimate sons become priests, Yoshitsugu joined the Sanzenin order; however, in 1408, Yoshimitsu broke with this custom and brought Yoshitsugu back to secular life.
  535. Following the death of Emperor Gosanjo, who had abdicated only five years after his enthronement, Imperial Princess Keishi spent her remaining years in the Sai-in as a priestess called "Empress Sai-in."
  536. Following the death of Empress Komyo, two directors were installed; after the transfer of the national capital to the city of Heian-kyo, the Seyaku-in was also moved to the neighborhood of Gojo-Muromachi in order to continue the work; consequently, a private medicinal plant garden was established in Otokuni-gun, Yamashiro Province.
  537. Following the death of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, a bitter rivalry between the two factions developed and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA who was one of the Gotairo (Council of Five Elders) and received the support from the Budan ha interfered in this conflict.
  538. Following the death of MINAMOTO no Yoshiari in the year 897 and the abdication of Emperor Uda, compilation of the text was suspend.
  539. Following the death of Motohide in 1995, his oldest son Motoya IZUMI unilaterally declared that he assumed the post of the 20th family head, without obtaining consent within the school.
  540. Following the death of TAIRA no Tadamori, he was succeeded by TAIRA no Kiyomori, who suppressed the Hogen Disturbance and Heiji Disturbance, and was promoted to Juichi (Junior First Rank) at court and Dajo daijin (Prime Minister), thus becoming "tenka-bito" (a person who holds the reins of government) and leading light of the 'Heike' family.
  541. Following the death of Toshiie MAEDA, Mitsunari's adversaries such as Kiyomasa KATO and Masanori FUKUSHIMA attacked him.
  542. Following the death of Yoriyasu in 1387, Yasuyuki TOKI, who was the nephew and adoptive son of Yoriyasu, ascended to the reigns of the family.
  543. Following the death of Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA in 1489, at the request of Masatomo ASHIKAGA who was the Horikoshi Kubo (also known as Horigoe Kubo, which was the shogunal deputy based in Horigoe, Izu Province) did Takatane move to Izu Province, where he was granted Kumomi-jo Castle and became its Lord.
  544. Following the death of Yoshimasa in 1490, Masanobu worked for the Hosokawa clan, which had political power at the time.
  545. Following the death of Yoshimitsu, Yoshimochi intended to disassemble Kiyatama-dono villa and leave only the Shariden Hall intact but, as requested in Yoshimitsu's will, the site was converted into a Zen temple and named 'Rokuon-ji Temple' after Yoshimitsu's posthumous Buddhist name 'Rokuon'in.'
  546. Following the death of his father, Emperor Seiwa, the relationship between Emperor Yozei and Mototsune became worse, and Mototsune once refused to serve the government.
  547. Following the death of his foster father, Gensai, the Takano family repeatedly asked him to return home, but he decided not to return after some hesitation.
  548. Following the death of his older brother Nobukata in 1471, Kuninobu took over as head of the Takeda clan.
  549. Following the death of the Cloistered Emperor Go-Shirakawa, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo was ordered to become Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") with the help of the kanpaku (chief adviser) to the Emperor, Kanezane KUJO; Yoritomo started Japan's feudal government in Kamakura (later known as the Kamakura government).
  550. Following the death of the Emperor Shoko in August 1428, which led to the extinction of the direct descendant of the Northern Court, he attempted to let the son of Seisho OGURANOMIYA ascend the throne.
  551. Following the death of the Gonnojo SAGI in 1895, the head family became extinct.
  552. Following the death of the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa in 1192, Hokke-do Hall was reconstructed on the site of the former Hojuji-dono Palace and became his tomb.
  553. Following the deaths of Morosuke and Anshi, Issei Genji was shunned by the Fujiwara clan and, losing his position during the Anna Incident, was forced out of political life.
  554. Following the deaths of some monks in the battle with the Enryaku-ji Temple over its territory in Mino, the side of Mount Hiei petitioned for Yoshitsuna's exile, but Kanpaku FUJIWARA no Moromichi ordered MINAMOTO no Yoriharu and Yoshitsuna to deal with them with force.
  555. Following the deaths of the four Fujiwara brothers (FUJIWARA no Muchimaro, FUJIWARA no Fusasaki, FUJIWARA no Umakai and FUJIWARA no Maro), he was appointed to Chidaijokanji (a deputy to the Dajo Daijin) in 737, and came to be in charge of political affairs together with TACHIBANA no Moroe, the then Dainagon (Major Counselor of the Daijokan).
  556. Following the defeat at World War Ⅱ, the Japanese cavalry was abolished, and one of the equestrian strongholds was lost at the same time.
  557. Following the defeat in battle in February 1520, Takakuni escaped to Omi-Sakamoto.
  558. Following the demise of Toyotomi regime, parts of the Odoi mound across roads were dismantled and many passages were cut open.
  559. Following the demise of the Emperor Showa on January 7, 1989, he ascended the throne.
  560. Following the destruction of the Hojo clan in 1590, Tomoharu served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and after him, began working for Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI at the rate of 1000 koku.
  561. Following the development of the shoen koryo sei (system of public lands and private estates), a part of the tribute paid to the lord of shoen (manor in medieval Japan), which was equivalent to the Kanmotsu for kokuga-ryo (territories governed by provincial government office), was called Nengu (land tax).
  562. Following the doctrine of superiority, he pursued the expansion of armaments.
  563. Following the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty, there was a long period of war, bringing Chinese society to the brink of collapse.
  564. Following the end of the Onin War, the economy of Kyoto was in ruins but Yoshimasa imposed a tansen (surtax) and enslaved the population in order to proceed with the construction of his Higashiyama-dono villa while he indulged in such refined pursuits as calligraphy and the tea ceremony.
  565. Following the end of the bubble economy, the renaissance of boutique regional brewers has barely managed to carry on to the present day.
  566. Following the end of the war, former Kampei Taisha Shrine, Kokuhei Taisha Shrine and Kampei Chusha Shrine adopted the shogo 'taisha.'
  567. Following the enhancement of oban and the improvement of the bakufu system, oban consisted of twelve units, serving as Honmaru-roju-shihai.
  568. Following the enlargement of Rennyo's retirement retreat, Ishiyama grew to a jinai-cho (town within temple precincts), where merchants and artisans lived and governed themselves.
  569. Following the enthronement of the Emperor Kotoku, Hashihito no Himemiko became the empress and Katsuragi no Miko (Naka no Oe no Oji, who later became the Emperor Tenchi) held the rank of crown prince and the new era name, Taika was established.
  570. Following the establishment of the Yamato sovereignty, tomb mounds (large keyhole-shaped tomb mound), which were greater in scale than any previously constructed tomb mounds, appeared in Japan and were concentrated in the Nara Basin.
  571. Following the example of Buncho, Kazan acquired the technique of nanga (a school of painting originating in China) and also learned about various schools of painting.
  572. Following the example of his father Ieyasu, he kept holding real power even after retirement and took the reins of Bakufu as Ogosho under a duarchy.
  573. Following the example of the Nakamura-za Theater, other playhouses established later were equipped with doma at various different levels.
  574. Following the example of the thirty-six major poets selected by FUJIWARA no Kinto, the new ones were selected with no overlapping, and so far there are two kinds of "new thirty-six major poets" as follows.
  575. Following the examples of Emperor Meiji and other past emperors, the Emperor continues to make 'imperial visits' to all parts of Japan like Emperor Showa did.
  576. Following the fights with Musashi, Yoshioka School of Heiho came to fall.
  577. Following the first victory over Omi at Okinaga-no-Yokokawa River on August 8, they moved forward with further victories at Tokono-yama Mountain on 10th and Yasunokawa-hama Shore on 14th.
  578. Following the foundation of Tokyo University of the Arts without a Western-style painting department in October (it opened in February 1889), Naojiro joined the nationalistic Ryuchi kai (Ryuchi party) in November, which was the base for Tenshin OKAKURA and Fenollosa.
  579. Following the graduation of the students of the inaugural class, the second generation students entered.
  580. Following the incident TSUDA was dismissed from his police duties and stripped of his Order of Merit.
  581. Following the incident, Yoshitsune and Yukiie took up arms but failed.
  582. Following the incident, he attempted to commit suicide on the hill behind the temple.
  583. Following the initial introduction of the eight-installment series of modern Noh drama collections, the play was issued as the ninth in the series, but since it was removed by Mishima himself as a 'discontinued play' it was neither republished in any book or magazine nor performed while he was alive.
  584. Following the instructions of his father, Prince Ogura, he received the name KIYOHARA no Mahito in 804 and demoted from nobility to subject, becoming the founder of the Kiyohara clan, which continued for generations.
  585. Following the introduction of Miyakoji Rapid Service on the Nara Line, track No. 1 within the station yard has been converted to a thoroughfare (unlike Obaku Station), on which nonstop trains can overtake without slowing down.
  586. Following the invasion, Hideyoshi besieged Taka-jo Castle, which was a key strategic point in southern Hyuga.
  587. Following the landing of Akiyoshi YAMADA on May 20, Kuroda landed on Esashi on May 30 and took command of troops in the last battle against the army of the former bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  588. Following the low-sodium consciousness, 'chomi-ume,' which are given a flavor after the excess salt is removed from umeboshi in mamizu (fresh water), have become the mainstream.
  589. Following the marriage, Oteu changed her real name to Orise after her biological mother's name; she was quite a talented woman with an incredible memory, she didn't forget anything she had read once, and could answer any question about her father's works with no difficulty.
  590. Following the movement of worship, the Emperor had the Geku constructed in 478 (one year before his death), also with another aim to enshrine the Divine which had also been enshrined in the Tanba Province, a theory says.
  591. Following the murder of Motonaga, his worsening relations with Yoshitsuna ASHIKAGA led to Yoshitsuna's ouster, and he reconciled with the Shogun, Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA.
  592. Following the notation method of 'East-West street and South-North street' (example: Shijo Karasuma) used even today that began with the establishment of Heian-kyo, the location where a Machi-koji Street bisects a East-West street was called 'XX-cho (town).'
  593. Following the old man's suggestion, the young folks escape from Sarayashiki when they hear her counting up to six, but Okiku is such a beautiful woman that they go there the next day again without learning a lesson.
  594. Following the opening of Kayashima Depot (current Neyagawa Depot), the spur line to the depot was bifurcated.
  595. Following the opinion of clans such as Tosa, the Shogunate returned the ruling power to the Imperial Court, and the idea of giving political power to the council of representatives from various clans, which would reform the Shogunate system, was recommended.
  596. Following the order by the Imperial Court to return the chokusho in the next year, finally the opinion of the domain people was consolidated and the domain decided to return the chokusho directly to the Imperial Court.
  597. Following the order of Emperor Kanmu, he also compiled the genealogy of the Wa clan, the family line of the Emperor's mother, TAKANO no Niigasa, and offered it to the Emperor as the genealogy of the Wa clan.
  598. Following the organization of the Kamakura bakufu, it was established in 1336 together with Mandokoro (Administrative Board) and Monchujo (a court of justice).
  599. Following the passing of the Wholesale Market Act in 1923, permission for setting up the market was obtained on June 2, 1925, and Kyoto Municipal Central Wholesale Market opened on December 11, 1927 as the first central wholesale market in Japan.
  600. Following the post-war launch of the Hankyu (Electric) Railway Series 550 in 1948, Hankyu's rolling stock was manufactured by Naniwa-Koki (later, Alna Sharyo (rolling stock) Co., Ltd.), an affiliate of Hankyu (in Hankyu Railway, the word Japanese word for 'build' is used to refer to the manufacturing of a new series of rolling stock).
  601. Following the precedent that MINAMOTO no Yoshiie stopped the occurrence of a mysterious affair by generating sounds by beating the string of a bow, close aides to the emperor instructed MINAMOTO no Yorimasa, who was an expert with a bow and arrow, to kill the mysterious creature.
  602. Following the premature death of Emperor Horikawa, the then 5 year old Imperial Prince Munehito (who later became Emperor Toba) was enthroned.
  603. Following the proposal, it was decided to carry out the so-called Kaitakushi Junen Keikaku (Ten-year project to develop Hokkaido), the big-budget project for which the total budget of one thousand ryo was prepared for ten years.
  604. Following the questioning form consisted of 17 questions called 'article 17', they first questioned whether proceed the expulsion of foreigners or not and asked for the opinion of the lower house members about the measurement in case of the expulsion of foreigners implemented.
  605. Following the realization of the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) and establishment of a centralized state government, the country's treasures and wealth were brought to the capital, against which background the Imperial family and the nobility led a sumptuous life.
  606. Following the relocation of the government (Dajokan) to Tokyo, the Emperor's second visit to Tokyo was sometimes referred to as 'the actual relocation of the capital to Tokyo.'
  607. Following the report on the removal of a ban on US beef import, Yoshinoya determined to revive gyudon sales only from February 11 to 13 in that it was able to secure enough beef to serve a certain quantity of the bowls.
  608. Following the restructuring, the fief income of the Hirata family was raised to more than thirty-one koku and the Hirata family ranked third among the lower ranking court official families.
  609. Following the resurgence of the Aikokusha in 1878, the Kokkai Kisei Domei (League for Establishing a National Assembly) was formed at a national convention (the fourth convention) in 1880 and filed a number of petitions for the establishment of the National Diet to the government.
  610. Following the revision made in 2003, the train between Chushojima Station and Demachiyanagi Station was changed to the local train, and a new sub-express was set between Yodoyabashi Station and Demachiyanagi Station, which is still in operation.
  611. Following the revision made in March 2007, the semi-express was reintegrated into the operation, taking the place of the express.
  612. Following the revision of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance in August, 1905, just after the end of the Russo-Japanese War, it was the beginning of the Imperial Defense Policy that Aritomo YAMAGATA reviewed the action policy of the Japanese army if the war between Great Britain and the Russian Empire should start.
  613. Following the rules, they fought three times, and Yoshioka won one time and Muni won two times.
  614. Following the same developments as Dosuikan (the Heian costume for children), it was upgraded for the noble children; that is the beginning of 'Shigai' made of silk.
  615. Following the savage killing (assassination) of (Kanryusai) Takeda on June 22, 1867, Higuma escaped from the Shinsengumi.
  616. Following the science-fiction film "Shuto Soshitsu" in 1987, the Sino-Japanese mega-production "Tonko" was released in 1988.
  617. Following the sharp increase in rice prices due to floods and other reasons, the bakufu set up a policy that required people to contribute one-tenth of rice for sake brewing to be stockpiled in case of a poor harvest and famine in 1802.
  618. Following the shinkan style by Emperor Fushimi and the succeeding emperors, emperors during this period produced splendid calligraphic works as well.
  619. Following the story above, he was posthumously titled Gomurakami.
  620. Following the structure of "Shui Wakashu" (Collection of Gleanings), it contains zattei no uta (poems in miscellaneous forms) in the third volume of Miscellaneous.
  621. Following the success of a series of unifying activities and the Oshu-shioki (repression of the Oshu District) in 1590 he was granted land with yield of 420,000 koku a year (and subsequently land with a yield of 920,000 koku) between Ise and Aizu, Mutsu Province.
  622. Following the successful Tokyo Disney Land (TDL), theme parks of foreign countries or fairy tales were built in many places.
  623. Following the suppression of Taiwan, ports accepting foreign merchant ships were opened in Macau as well as Guangzhou City.
  624. Following the time of Kukai, his disciples Jichie and Shinzei served as head priests and guardians of the temple, but it eventually fell into decay during the late Heian period.
  625. Following the timetable revision of spring 2007, the types of trains in regular service were restructured, and this type was introduced in autumn 2007 in the place of the 'special limited express,' which is mentioned below.
  626. Following the timetable revision on April 16, 2006, its hours of operation were extended and the operation of a women-only car was established with the same time schedule as the K-Ltd. Express, which was operated from 9:00 to 9:30 on weekday mornings.
  627. Following the transfer of the national capital to the Heijo-kyo (an ancient capital of Japan in current Nara), Hoko-ji Temple was also transferred from Asuka to the new capital to become Gango-ji Temple (however, Hoko-ji Temple in Asuka remained in the original site to be today's Asuka-dera Temple).
  628. Following the transfer of the national capital to the Heijo-kyo in 710, Yakushi-ji Temple, Umaya-zaka-dera Temple (later Kofuku-ji Temple), Daikandai-ji Temple (later Daian-ji Temple), etc. were transferred to the new capital.
  629. Following the wish of Shigehime, she later became joro serving a daughter of Ienari TOKUGAWA, Minehime, who was engaged to marry Narinobu TOKUGAWA of Mito-Tokugawa family.
  630. Following the writing manner of those Shinno, Naishinno, putting the title of a Shinnohi only before the name such as 'Princess Kiko,' is considered as a misuse of official writing.
  631. Following the yatakarasu's guide, the army went through the Kumano mountain and arrived at Ugachi mura in Uda (Utano-cho, Uda County, Nara Prefecture).
  632. Following them, the Government army put Nagai under siege.
  633. Following them, the government forces formed a encirclement around Nagai.
  634. Following these events, he returned to his teacher Kerin in Hizen province, serving him for the next fourteen years.
  635. Following these moves, Kanetomo YOSHIDA wrote the book titled "Yuiitsu shinto myoho yoshu (The Only Shinto Scripture)," making Jihen's theory more complete and comprehensive.
  636. Following this 'Kansei ban on other studies,' the school campus was expanded: not only hatamoto (a direct vassal of the shogun) and gokenin but also feudal retainers, goshi (country samurai) and ronin (masterless samurai) could listen to the lectures.
  637. Following this assignment, Masamitsu was also appointed to Jiju (a chamberlain), and subsequently to Sakone no shosho (minor captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) as well as Omi no suke (assistant governor of Omi Province).
  638. Following this case, the nations of the Northern Dynasty also provided kanin.
  639. Following this edict, hereditary stipends were converted into money amount (the original amount of Kinroku [stipend in cash]) according to a tax amount of each prefecture in 1875.
  640. Following this event, a Buddhist complex was constructed by the wish of Emperor Montoku and it began using the name Obitoke-dera Temple at his imperial order.
  641. Following this example, officers were assigned one at a time as an azukari (deputy) of Shisho (official in charge of miscellaneous documents) at the Shonagon and Benkan bureaus.
  642. Following this failure, aspirations to develop a domestic system and nationalistic powers rapidly intensified in Wakoku.
  643. Following this he lived a secluded life in Kyoto.
  644. Following this he was able to convert Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, the third Shogun, and was invited to Kamakura Engaku-ji Temple and Kencho-ji Temple, but he firmly declined these invitations and instead resided at Ryogon-ji Temple in Kasama district, Hitachi Province.
  645. Following this he was awarded the Order of the Golden Pheasant.
  646. Following this incident, Tomo became a Buddhist nun, took the name Nisshu and established a Buddhist hall on the site of the present Zensho-ji Temple.
  647. Following this incident, the Imperial Rescript for the establishment of the national diet was issued in October 12, 1881, and its contents were as follows;
  648. Following this incident, they brought on Tamatsukuri-sei disturbance, attack on the British provisional legation, and Sakashita mongai Incident
  649. Following this it came to light that his being accused of killing Yoshitada was a false charge and that the true perpetrator was MINAMOTO no Yoshimitsu.
  650. Following this letter, Chuta ITO and his group launched an exploration in Yunnan Province near the Tibetan border to study the architecture of the Hmong ethnic group.
  651. Following this manner, audience shouldn't call Koshiro MATSUMOTO (the ninth) "La Mancha no Otoko" ("Man of La Mancha" in which Koshiro played the leading part), nor call Kichiemon NAKAMURA (the second) "Onihei Hanka-cho" ("Onihei's Crimes Note" in which Kichiemon played the leading part).
  652. Following this order, 3000 soldiers of Mino Province blocked the road for Prince Oama by the 25th.
  653. Following this period, Hachiman became revered by numerous military commanders as the deity of war.
  654. Following this reappraisal, the view that the period from the 9th century to the 11th century was a transition period from the Japanese nation under the ritsuryo codes to a dynastic state system became commonly accepted, without focusing on the Engi and Tenryaku eras too much.
  655. Following this revision, the main office of universities in Ishikawa Prefecture was closed; the 3rd university district and the 4th university district were integrated so that the following numbers of school districts moved up, and the main office of universities in Aomori Prefecture moved to Miyagi Prefecture.
  656. Following this statement, criticism of oligarchy by Satsuma and Choshu clans grew into the Freedom and People's Rights Movement, and political associations were established in various places.
  657. Following this theory, his year of birth is estimated to be 1536, and he died at the age of 104.
  658. Following this time, there are no records of rites and festivals held at Tamadeyori Matsurikitaru Sakatoke-jinja Shrine, and its location remains unknown until the Meiji period.
  659. Following this trend, JNR also made efforts to develop high-performance electric train-cars, and in 1957, developed the 101 series JNR electric train-cars, new type electric train-cars for commuters (later 101 series train-cars).
  660. Following this, "Bankoku Koho Yakugi" translated from Chinese into Japanese by Shishi TSUTSUMIKOKU and "Wayaku Bankoku Koho" translated by Yasutsugu SHIGENO were published.
  661. Following this, 'I' imagined how things that made 'me' uneasy had been blown to pieces by the lemon bomb and enters a state of excitement, alone.
  662. Following this, Daitoku-ji Temple enjoyed the patronage and support of a wide range of people including aristocrats, Daimyo, business people and cultural figures and, from the Muromachi period, produced a string of eminent monks including Ikkyu Shojun.
  663. Following this, Empress FUJIWARA no Seishi (the wife of Emperor Sanjo) and her son Imperial Prince Atsunori resided at the estate, but it was burnt down in 1014.
  664. Following this, Enkan, who had served as a priest at Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei, left there to place an original kaidan.
  665. Following this, Gantoku-ji Temple was moved adjacent to Shoji-ji Temple and restored.
  666. Following this, Godaigo's son Imperial Prince Morinaga raised an army in Yoshino, Yamato Province, while at the same time Masashige KUSUNOKI, a villain from Kawachi Province, raised an army at Shimo Akasaka-jo Castle in Kawachi Province.
  667. Following this, Gunkai was abolished in 1923, and Gunyakusho and Guncho were abolished in 1926.
  668. Following this, Honno-ji Temple flourished as a sacred place from which Nichiren's 'Hommon-happon' Lotus Sutra doctrine was spread and, in the late medieval period, became one of the 21 head temples of the Kyoto Hokke Sect; gaining the protection of the Ashikaga clan.
  669. Following this, Kami-dera barely managed to continue until the Enbun era (1356-1360) but both Kami-dera and Shimo-dera, as with many other temples in Kyoto, were completely abandoned due to the Onin War.
  670. Following this, Kataharu YANAGIMOTO was assassinated in the Battle of Nakanoshima, Takakuni HOSOKAWA committed suicide at Daimotsu-kuzure (the Battle of Daimotsu), Tadakata HOSOKAWA was also murdered, and the history of the castle became unknown for a brief period of time.
  671. Following this, Katsuie opposed Hideyoshi, joining hands with Kazumasu TAKIGAWA and Nobutaka ODA, but he lost against Hideyoshi at the Battle of Shizugatake in 1583, and he and Oichi killed themselves in Kitanosho in Echizen.
  672. Following this, Nobunaga marched into Kyoto with many soldiers on the 6th of May (25th of March in old lunar calendar).
  673. Following this, TAIRA no Michimori and TAIRA no Tsunemasa departed for Hokuriku as envoys for the search and kill expedition in September or October (August by the old lunar calendar) ("Kikki" (a diary by Tsunefusa YOSHIDA)).
  674. Following this, Takafuji did not have any contact with Resshi for a long time.
  675. Following this, Takakiyo spent the remaining years of his life at Johei-ji Castle.
  676. Following this, UEHARA unilaterally resigned as Ministry of Army.
  677. Following this, Yozo SAITO reported Japanese cedar pollinosis in 1963 and published a paper entitled 'Discovery of Japanese Cedar Pollinosis in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture' in 1964.
  678. Following this, a family member of Takakage NAGAO, a vassal of Noriaki, came to own Ueda-sho Manor between 1352 and 1355, called himself of the UEDA NAGAO clan and used the castle on Sakato-yama Mountain as his base.
  679. Following this, a formal conference was held in Takanawa setsugusho on July 12.
  680. Following this, a large number of ko for shrine and temple visits were established in various parts of Japan.
  681. Following this, about 40 kinds of nishiki-e-shinbun were founded one after another from printer-publishers in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, etc., in addition to those that included articles of Yubin-hochi Shinbun newspaper added with nishiki-e prints of Honen TSUKIOKA.
  682. Following this, after the Taika Reforms, the jisshi-hoto no seido (ten preceptors-the lay office system) was established.
  683. Following this, all of his followers were pursued by the Ministry of Justice.
  684. Following this, as a working-level bureaucrat in the Taira clan-based government, he held each post in the Benkan except Ushoben (Minor Controller of the Right), and then the post of Kura no kami (Chief of the Bureau of Palace Storehouses).
  685. Following this, as it says that about four hundred men and women from Baekje were immigrated to Kamusaki no gori District, Omi Province (latter-day Kanzaki District [Shiga Prefecture]), it is possible that Shushi were there, too.
  686. Following this, construction work began in 663 on the tower that had not yet been erected, and as the uragaki states that the 'sorin (pinnacle on the top of a Buddhist pagoda) was raised in 676,' the tower is believed to have been completed in that year.
  687. Following this, during the Boshin War, he fought in various locations serving as the Admiral in the sanin-do repression and as a Senior Staff to subdue Aizu-guchi.
  688. Following this, fundoshi fell out of use at official competitions due to the appearance of flexible fabrics suitable for swimwear as a result of development of synthetic fibers, as well as due to development of sewing techniques.
  689. Following this, he joined the Nagoya camp during the Kasai-Osaki-ikki (the revolt of the former retainers of the Kasai clan and the Osaki clan) and the Bunroku campaign under the order of Masamune.
  690. Following this, he opened a port and developed water transport which, as a result, developed rice cropping, sericulture, quarrying and papermaking and various other industries.
  691. Following this, he simultaneously served as betto (administrator) of 13 temples including Sonsho-ji Temple.
  692. Following this, he started to have sympathy for Nobunaga, and when Nobukatsu made a plan to raise a rebellion in 1557, he is said to have tipped off Nobunaga beforehand, which drove Nobukatsu commit suicide.
  693. Following this, he traded products with the Southeast Asian countries and Korea among others, and reached his highest prosperity.
  694. Following this, in 1107, the apparently actively anti-Imperial Court MINAMOTO no Yoshichika search-and-kill commander in Izumo Province was appointed Governor of Inaba Province.
  695. Following this, in present days of Japanese Zen sect temples, a priest who takes care of higher rank priests or works as a secretary may be called anja.
  696. Following this, in the article of the Record of Emperor An in 107 in the "History of the Later Han Dynasty," the word 'Wakokuo' (the King of Wa) is first seen.
  697. Following this, in the third month (second month in old lunar calendar) of 1180, Emperor Takakura abdicated, and prince Tokihito, the boy that Empress Tokuko had given birth to, was raised to the throne (as Emperor Antoku).
  698. Following this, kiden hakase's seat was merged into that of monjo hakase (from one person to two people), and kiden tokugosho and kiden no sho were merged into monjo tokugosho and monjosho respectively.
  699. Following this, members of the Soga clan wielded ministerial power over the next half century.
  700. Following this, on October 18, Tsuneki KURUSHIMA, a member of the Genyosha Nationalism Organization, threw a bomb at OKUMA, who was about to enter the official residence for the Minister of Foreign Affairs by carriage; the bomb severely injured OKUMA and he had to have his right leg amputated.
  701. Following this, she was tonsured on December 4 to enter nunhood.
  702. Following this, successive generations of Imperial Prince shogun (miyashogun (shogun from the Imperial Court)) was welcomed but generally did not participate in bakufu politics.
  703. Following this, the 2nd brigade seized Sadowara-cho Town.
  704. Following this, the Chinese temple architectural style made its way to Japan due to the great movement of Zen monks between China and Japan.
  705. Following this, the Chinju-fu (a large and critical army or naval base) was installed in Higashi-Maizuru in October 1901, due to Maizuru's position as a military choke point, of which the first director was Heihachiro TOGO.
  706. Following this, the Constitution of the Empire of Japan adopted 'freedom of religion,' although with some limitations.
  707. Following this, the Forestry Agency formed the 'Pollen Source Countermeasure Project Team' and produced a report in April 2008.
  708. Following this, the Imperial Edict (of 1870) for Establishment of Shinto was issued, and the principle 'we should make clear about chikyo, and promote Kannagara no Michi (Shinto, Way of Gods)' was set out.
  709. Following this, the Kamiari-sai Festival is held from October 11 thru 17 (according to the lunar calendar) based on the belief that the gods are holding a meeting at Izumo Taisha Shrine during this period.
  710. Following this, the Rokkaku clan, who were an old enemy of Nagamasa, withdrew to Mount Hiei.
  711. Following this, the agriculture department was established, and the forest was used for academic research and field work by researchers and students.
  712. Following this, the cases in which monjo hakase were recruited from other families than those which inherited positions of hakase died out and each hakase established their own government-backed school operated by themselves at their homes, providing education.
  713. Following this, the company did subcontract work for Shin-ei animation, Sunrise (animation production company) and Piero Production which were its main clients.
  714. Following this, the following edict was posted on July 28 (on the lunar calendar) around Kyoto and at other places.
  715. Following this, the hojo (Abbot's quarters) was constructed in 1636 using funds donated by a wealthy merchant from Kyoto named Masakatsu GOTO.
  716. Following this, the institution flourished as a state-sponsored Tendai Sect Temple until the Kamakura period and was famed for its Bodhi lectures, cherry blossoms and colored autumn leaves.
  717. Following this, the official name of 'Shinshu-honbyo' (Shinshu-honbyo mausoleum) was given to Higashi-Hongan-ji temple.
  718. Following this, the shrine consisted of two buildings but these were destroyed by a typhoon in 1934 and rebuilt as a single building in 1936.
  719. Following this, the story came to be widely known in Japan through various media as a traditional tale.
  720. Following this, the temple became a Monzeki Temple (a high ranking temple served by a head priest from the imperial or a noble family) and came to be named 'Bishamon-do Monzeki.'
  721. Following this, the temple experienced numerous fires from the end of the modern era to the present day, which resulted in the destruction of the Buddha statue hall and the hojo.
  722. Following this, the temple was burnt down repeatedly including in the fire of 1431 and during the Onin War, but was restored each time.
  723. Following this, the temple was completely destroyed by fire in 1150 but was rebuilt in a relatively short period of time and a dedication ceremony was held for all of the halls in 1165.
  724. Following this, the temple was relocated several times but was eventually moved from Tenman to its current site in Horikawa Rokujo in 1591 after land was donated by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  725. Following this, the temple went into decline but was revived three centuries later in 1130 at the end of the Heian period by Taikenmonin (1101 - 1145).
  726. Following this, the thoughts of Tanabe were influenced by Nishida.
  727. Following this, they fell in confusion but someone turned the lamp off and they fought in the dark.
  728. Following this, various territorial lords sent envoys to express their sympathy, among them were executives of the Mito clan who were treated with contempt by soldiers of the Hikone clan.
  729. Following this, while writing a column for the Shizuoka Shinbun (newspaper), he taught at Kanagawa University, Nihon University and Tokai University before finally serving as the president of Akita Keizaihoka University.
  730. Following this, with the opening of the Shin-marutamachi-dori in 1970, the region underwent rapid growth.
  731. Following to his second attempt known as the Genko Disturbance, the Emperor Godaigo raised an army one more time in 1333.
  732. Following to this original form, the first exclusive yose was held in 1798 by Karaku SANSHOTEI 1st in the premises of the Shitaya-jinja Shrine in Shitaya, Tokyo.
  733. Following two towns are included at present:
  734. Following victory in the Battle of Tsushima he was promoted to Navy General.
  735. Following year, she received official court rank Juichii (Junior First Rank) and hence was called "Ichii-sama."
  736. Following year: He was discharged from a jail.
  737. Followings are examples of such reforms, yomu undo and Hundred days' reform in China, series of reforms during the Meiji period in Japan and reforms in Korea such as Gabo reform and Kwang-mu reform.
  738. Followings are examples of the words which used today (Matsui 1985).
  739. Followings are requirements regarding restoration of abolished Ie.
  740. Followings are several theories for its etymology.
  741. Followings are well known examples of election interference in Japanese history.
  742. Fontanesi went back to Italy two years later, in 1878.
  743. Food
  744. Food Culture
  745. Food Offering Bowl for the home altar
  746. Food Science and Nutrition Studies
  747. Food Storage
  748. Food called sushi (described as 寿司, 鮨, 鮓, 寿斗, 寿し or 壽司 in Japanese) is Japanese cuisine combining vinegared rice mainly with seafood.
  749. Food colloquially called 'sa xi mi' is considered to be a Japanese dish, which is also commonly sold at night market stalls.
  750. Food containers were only used for heads of emperor's enemies or heads of kin.
  751. Food culture
  752. Food expenses for the dogs cost 98,000 Ryo per year.
  753. Food grilled on an iron plate
  754. Food in Japan is called 'Japanese food' (or 'Japanese cuisine' scientifically), and quite different from that in western countries.
  755. Food intoxication
  756. Food made from the ovaries of the walleye pollack similar to karashi-mentaiko is cod roe.
  757. Food materials
  758. Food poisoning
  759. Food products that used nori were expressed as '磯辺 (isobe)' and the production areas were referred to as '石部,' '磯部,' '石辺' and so on (all are called 'isobe').
  760. Food referred to as batto, kakke, or hatto is soba dough cut into strips used in various ways like when being added to the radish or a tofu hot-pot and is also eaten with condiments such as green onions or garlic.
  761. Food situation in Edo
  762. Food supply became depleted and Nitta Army that had suffered from violent attacks by Ashikaga army and starvation for a long time hopelessly fought and was taken down one after another.
  763. Food used in traditional nihon-ryori dishes
  764. Food used to be delivered by someone riding a bicycle or motorcycle in a somewhat acrobatic style, holding onto a handle with one hand and an Okamochi (delivery box) with the other.
  765. Food uses
  766. Food, clothing and housing (2)
  767. Food, drink and other small items are available for sale on some of the trains.
  768. Food, drink, table fee (and room charge), service charge (and serving fee) and tax are basically included, moreover if geishas are called, there will be additional charges.
  769. Food, drinks, clothes, bedclothes, hot water and medicine.
  770. Food, foodstuff and ingredient
  771. Food, shelter and clothing, behavior and the types of language used at the time of hare were definitely distinguished from those of ke.
  772. Food: Nihon-ryori (Japanese traditional food)
  773. Foods
  774. Foods Prepared with Aonori-ko
  775. Foods accompanying beni-shoga as garnish
  776. Foods for the New Year's holidays
  777. Foods or consumables are often given as koden-gaeshi, and typical examples include tea, sweets, dried laver seaweed, towels, bedding, soap and tableware.
  778. Foods served at Japanese restaurant
  779. Foodstuff
  780. Foodstuffs
  781. Foodstuffs are grilled directly over a fire, and are eaten there.
  782. Foodstuffs for Edomae-Nigiri-zushi which used to be vinegared, soaked in soy sauce or cooked came to be used in fresh gradually in many cases.
  783. Foodstuffs like been curd, freeze-dried bean curd, konjac and Hama-natto (Shiokara-natto) are thought to have been introduced as indispensible foodstuffs for Shojin ryori.
  784. Foodstuffs such as yam is used as the binding agent.
  785. Foodstuffs that have come to be used in the Meiji period and later
  786. Fool! Noodle-brain!,' here, the vendor boldly makes a sharp retort.
  787. Foot rest
  788. Foot rests
  789. Foot soldiers (who were not considered to be warriors) and commoners were not permitted to commit seppuku.
  790. Foot soldiers played a central role in it.
  791. Foot soldiers who were guarding the shogun in the garden and warriors of the Akamatus clan started fighting with swords and the residence transformed into a battlefield with territorial lords who climbed a wall trying to escape.
  792. Football games and official football games for the Japan Football League are also held here.
  793. Football matches between Albirex Niigata and Ventforet Kofu in Japan Professional Football League become excited as a present version of the Battle of Kawanakajima, because the former club team is based in a place related to Kenshin and the latter to Shingen
  794. Footgear straps should be white for auspicious occasions and black for funeral services.
  795. Footing stones (shaped like a large abacus bead with a concave upper part and a convex lower part) are placed under pillars.
  796. Footnotes
  797. Footprints represent Buddhist scriptures, or koan (small presentations of the nature of ultimate reality, usually presented as a paradox) of the ancients, or the like.
  798. Footwear
  799. Footwear: Only setta (Japanese traditional sandals) with white thongs can be worn for this style.
  800. For 'Edo nobori (the missions to Edo),' boys were trained in musical repertoire by music teachers before attaining manhood and, participated in Uzagaku ensembles as 'Gakudoji (lit. child musicians).'
  801. For 'Miso Oden,' ingredients such as daikon and konjac are simmered with a haccho miso-based sweet broth.
  802. For 'Yu-yakko' described as 'superb' in 'A Hundred Delicacies of Tofu,' a cookbook dating from the Edo period, kudzuyu is used instead of water, which maintains the warmth of tofu until it is eaten and gives one the chance to enjoy the pairing of tofu and Kudzuyu.
  803. For 'mura,' there are theories such as that the origin is Nobushige's older sister Muramatsu, head of the Date family Tsunamura DATE, whom Nobushige's descendants served, or the yoto (a mysterious sword) Muramasa, which was alleged to curse the Tokugawa family.
  804. For '賛 san' mainly the following two things can be cited:.
  805. For 18 years consecutive years from 1991 to 2008, it had the most students pass the Kyoto University examination.
  806. For 24 years Min studied Buddhism and art of divination, and then returned to Japan in August 632.
  807. For 30 years from 1577, he was in charge of missionary work in Kyoto.
  808. For 40 medium-sized cars and 10 large vehicles
  809. For 400 years since its founding, memorial services in memory of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI whose death resulted from false criminal accusations, as well as his family and retainers have been held at Zuisen-ji Temple.
  810. For 55 years he maintained the castle town of Iida with Yasumasa, the second, and completed canals around Iida-jo Castle.
  811. For 70 or 80 years, the country of Wa had a man as its ruler.
  812. For AEON MALL Kyoto Hana
  813. For Aizan, ideology and politics were "something nondetachable," and he considered history as the whole of those ideas; especially paying attention to the background of the economic society.
  814. For Asano Takumi no Kami's comment 'do you know what this revenge is for?,' it is recorded in "Kajikawa Hikki" (Kajikawa's Notes), "Tamon Hikki" (Tamon's Notes) and "Takumi no Kami Oazukari Ikken" (Takumi no Kami's confinement) that Takumi no Kami said 'I hold a grudge.'
  815. For Atsutoshi, FUJIWARA no Tokihira, who is notorious for having brought down SUGAWARA no Michizane, was his granduncle and also his grandfather on the mother's side.
  816. For Autumn, August is linked with saru (monkey), September with tori (cockerel) and October with inu (dog) (gon, gon, do in Wu Xing).
  817. For Chigi and Kastsuogi, refer to Chigi and Katsuogi.
  818. For Christians including Nitobe, it was a major theme on how to think about the Japanese spiritual base and Bushido was simply a verification.
  819. For Danshichi, Enjaku JITSUKAWA, the second in prewar years, Enjaku JITSUKAWA, the third and Nizaemon KATAOKA, the thirteenth in postwar years were good at it.
  820. For Emperor Kanmu whose mother was TAKANO no Niigasa, a immigrant from Paekche (ancient Korea), this seemed to be unexpected and Momokawa gained even more trusted from the Emperor.
  821. For Enomoto-jinja Shrine, there is the land exchange legend as follows:
  822. For Fushimi-momoyama Station, this made a factor that, although it is placed at the center of the ward, no higher-class train stops there (also due to the existence of Tanbabashi Station) (express trains stopped at this station before the Nara Electric Railway began using Tanbabashi Station).
  823. For Goma-kegyo, Kongokai Dainichi Nyorai and the mandalas of the two realms are displayed.
  824. For Goshirakawa, cultivating close retainers that would support his insei (cloister government) was an urgent priority.
  825. For Haiku, he rejected all common, hackneyed phrases and while he highly praised Basho's poetic sentiment, discovering forgotten poets like Buson after sifting through Edo era literature was seen as his achievement.
  826. For Hanachirusato (The Orange Blossoms), Kashiwagi (The Oak Tree) and Sawarabi (Bracken Shoots), the manuscript written in Sadaie's own hand was used.
  827. For Hanachirusato, Miyuki (The Royal Outing), Kashiwagi and Sawarabi, the manuscript written in Sadaie's own hand was used.
  828. For Hanachirusato, Miyuki, Kashiwagi and Sawarabi, the manuscript written in Sadaie's own hand was used.
  829. For Hatamoto with a rice crop of between 500 and 3,000 koku, the highest post available for their retainers was called Yonin.
  830. For Hatsune and Yume no Ukihashi, the Ikeda-bon manuscript was used.
  831. For Hatsune, the Ikeda-bon manuscript was used.
  832. For Hatsune, the Yomei bunko bon (literally, the Yomei Archives manuscript) was used.
  833. For Hieidaira, Mount Hiei, Yamashina Ward, Oyake, Daigo Station (Kyoto Prefecture), Rokujizo Station, Kawaramachi Station (Kyoto Prefecture), and Kyoto Station
  834. For IKKYUU's Witty Sayings refer to the section on "IKYUU's Sayings" (also some on this page); for the TV cartoon "Ikkyuu-san", refer to the section on "Ikyuu-san".
  835. For Iemitsu, Masamune was a person of ability, a tutelage to bring him up and support to be a shogun, and a leading figure in the period of warring states even competed against his grandfather, Ieyasu.
  836. For Iesada's successor, there were two groups diverged over proposed heirs; Naosuke II and others of the Nanki group favored Yoshitomi TOKUGAWA (Iemochi TOKUGAWA) who was the lord of the Kishu domain and Nariakira SHIMAZU and Nariaki TOKUGAWA of the Hitotsubashi group favored Yoshinobu HITOTSUBASHI (Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA).
  837. For Ietsugu whose father died early and became the shogun when he was only four, the sobayonin Akifusa MANABE was like his father.
  838. For Ieyasu who continued refusing Hideyoshi's request that Ieyasu should become a vassal serving him, Hideyoshi proposed on April 23 (in the old calendar), 1586, that he would make his younger sister, Asahihime, Ieyasu's legal wife.
  839. For Ieyasu who entered in his closing years, the Toyotomi clan continued being the greatest threat.
  840. For Ieyasu, Iemasa was not only a grandchild from a daughter married into another family, but also the eldest grandson (he was older than his uncle Hidetada), so Ieyasu treated Iemasa preferentially and gave him swords and hawks.
  841. For Indians, the word 'curry' is a word of foreign origin.
  842. For Ippon Shinno, 793,360 m2 of iden (fields given according to the court rank), 800 households of honpu (a vassal household allotted to Ippon) (600 households according to "Shugaisho" [Compendium of fragments, attributed to Kinkata TOIN]) and 160 shijin (lower-rank officers provided to the imperial or noble families and used as a guard or miscellaneous services) were provided.
  843. For Japan's National Tax Agency guidelines regarding present day shin shu Japanese sake (rice wine), refer to the publication 'Japan's National Tax Agency shin-shu production quality standard arbitrary items for mention.'
  844. For Japanese architecture before the Kofun period (tumulus period), also refer to remains.
  845. For Japanese calendar, also refer to Template seasonal topic, Template today's calendar, and Template what happened on this date in the past.
  846. For Kabuki actors, the name 'Matataro' is used in two different hereditary family names 'Matataro YAMASHITA' and 'Matataro BANDO.'
  847. For Kaisho during the Edo period, please refer to Kaisho (early modern times).
  848. For Kakuni, hakkaku (star anise) is sometimes added, but sometimes not.
  849. For Kami-Miyazu, Yosanoumi Hospital
  850. For Kami-Miyazu: Bound for Ine-yubinkyoku-mae (Ine post office)
  851. For Kami-Miyazu: Bound for Kamanyu
  852. For Kami-Miyazu: Bound for Kyoga-misaki Cape
  853. For Kami-Miyazu: Bound for Mineyama-ekimae (in front of Mineyama Station)
  854. For Kanazawa (Hokuriku Highway Bus), Ueno Station, Chiba-chuo Station, and The Tokyo Midnight Express Uji-go bus
  855. For Kaya Steam Locomotive Square: Bound for Miyazu Station
  856. For Kazuo KOIKE set up a role of villain named 'Retsudo YAGYU' in his work of period drama, "Kozure Okami" (Lone Wolf and Cub), this image has become predominant and it seems that his real person and fictitious images have been mixed up.
  857. For Kiritsubo and Ukifune, the Meiyu-bon manuscript was used.
  858. For Kiritsubo, Hahakigi (The Broom Tree), Hana no En (The Festival of the Cherry Blossoms), Wakana (New Herbs): Parts One and Two, Hashihime (The Lady at the Bridge) and Ukifune, the Meiyu-bon manuscript was used.
  859. For Kiritsubo, Hahakigi, Hana no En, Wakana: Parts One and Two, Hashihime and Ukifune, the Meiyu-bon manuscript was used.
  860. For Kiritsubo, Hahakigi, Hana no En, Wakana: Parts One and Two, and Ukifune, the Meiyu-bon manuscript was used.
  861. For Kiritsubo, Yume no Ukihashi, Hatsune and Ukifune, the Ikeda-bon manuscript was used.
  862. For Kiyomori, such abdication before the birth of a Imperial Prince from Tokuko could not be allowed.
  863. For Kizu-gawa area, it considered development of the tributary area of the Kizu-gawa River, because there were no appropriate places to build dams on the main stream of the river.
  864. For Koremichi, Tokushi was a maternal cousin (although she was a daughter of above-mentioned Nagazane) and Tadamichi was the husband of his younger sister.
  865. For Kumihama Station
  866. For Kyoto Station
  867. For Kyoto Station/for Toganoo and Shuzan
  868. For Masatora who was aiming to conquer Kanto, it was urgent to secure the border of Shinano and Echigo Provinces behind them.
  869. For Mineyama Station
  870. For Mitsugake, there are three types of yugake: the waboshi, which has no tsuno inside as mentioned above; the kataboshi; and the tsunoiriboshi, which falls between those two.
  871. For Mt. Yoshino in classical Japanese dances, refer to the section titled 'Mt. Yoshino and Art.'
  872. For Nagamasa who was gradually being overwhelmed by the size of Oda's army, Shingen's attempt to advance to the west was an essential strategy that needed to be successful.
  873. For Nara after the Meiji Restoration, refer to 'Nara City.'
  874. For Nito-ryu, two types of Shinai--a long sword and a short sword--are used.
  875. For Nobunaga and Hideyoshi, the war in Kii did not merely mean the conquest of one region.
  876. For Nobunaga, Nobutomo was the head family and lord.
  877. For Nodono and Dosenbo
  878. For Noh, performers are mustered only once for "mutual agreement and arrangement" before the actual performance as a rule and moreover, masks and costumes are not used.
  879. For Noto Province, Ujiyori YOSHIMI and then Muneshige HONJO served as the Shugo, but both of them fell from power and Motokuni therefore took over the post, and later on the province became a branch province of the Hatakeyama clan.
  880. For Oama no Miko (Prince Oama), Otsu was the base of his enemy, but his two sons, Princes Takechi and Otsu lived there.
  881. For Okawara
  882. For Okubo's funeral ceremony, about 1,200 people attended the his residence, and the expense of the funeral was about 4,500 yen.
  883. For Osaka International Airport, Kansai International Airport
  884. For Otatsu, performing ability to be an opponent of the actor in Sabu's role is required.
  885. For Oyake, Daigo and Keihan Rokujizo
  886. For Saibara accompaniments, sho, hichiriki(Japanese shawm), fue (Japanese flute), biwa, koto (a long Japanese zither with thirteen strings), wagon (Japanese harp), etc. were used.
  887. For Sanjo Keihan, Shijo Kawaramachi, Shijo Karasuma and Shijo Omiya
  888. For Second Grade on down, additional medals do not exist.
  889. For Shibasaburo KITAZATO, who returned to Japan in 1892 from Germany where he had studied, Yukichi established Dainippon shiritsu eiseikai densenbyo kenkyujo (generally called Denken) in Shibayama, Tokyo, and invited KITAZATO to become head.
  890. For Shigagoemichi road which is also called Kyoto/Shiga Prefectural Road 30 Shimogamo-Otsu Line, access is gained through Shirakawa-dori Street and Higashioji-dori Street because it becomes a narrow one-way street south-west from Mikage-dori Street.
  891. For Shijo-Kawaramachi, Shijo-Karasuma, Shijo-Omiya
  892. For Shin-Tanabe Station, Route 63 via Kenkomura (the health village), routes 68/31 via Hata, and routes 31/31A/65/67/67B/67D via Inaba through Chayamae are provided, and Route 65 for the Kyotanabe City Hall is also provided, although it doesn't operate very frequently.
  893. For Shinkansen between Nagoya and Shin-Osaka, the route through the Suzuka mountain range was in the initial plan, but was abandoned due to constraints on the cost, technology and the period of work needed and was changed to the one via Sekigahara Town.
  894. For Shinshichi, too, this program absolutely had to succeed.
  895. For Shokonsai (soul summoning rite) that the shokon-sha shrines and the Yasukuni-jinja shrine began to practice after the Meiji period for the dead, see Yasukuni-jinja.
  896. For Shrine Mon, Kamon of Kuge or Buke which is related to each shrine, is used and original designs like those from the T'ang-Dynasty and others, related to the origin of a shrine, are often used as well.
  897. For Shugo Daimyo or Sengoku Daimyo, refer to the relevant articles.
  898. For Shugo for Tango, Yoshinao was reappointed.
  899. For Shuzan
  900. For Sogi, Sanetaka was a consultant and an important person who made contact with the Imperial court for him.
  901. For Sosetsu and the Kanze-za, it was a fatal blow.
  902. For Spring, February is linked with tora (tiger), March with u (rabbit) and April with tatsu (dragon) (moku, moku, do in Wu Xing).
  903. For Sueoki-gata: Osuwa Japanese Drum (Nagano Prefecture)
  904. For Summer, May is linked with mi (snake), June with uma (horse) and July with hitsuji (ram) (ka, ka, do in Wu Xing).
  905. For Taheiji, who dreams about achieving prosperity by following his former lord Daigakunosuke, Omatsu is a mere tool which has lost its value.
  906. For Tanka, he published a series "Uta yomi ni ataeru sho" (Letters to the Tanka poets) in the newspaper "Japan."
  907. For Tenarai (At Writing Practice), the Tameuji manuscript was used.
  908. For Toganoo and Keihoku-cho
  909. For Toyooka Hospital
  910. For Trade (Ikokukudasaregin [Chogin used for trade with Korea and as present for Joseon Missions and Missions from Ryukyu, current Okinawa Prefecture])
  911. For Tsugaru-jamisen (Tsugaru-shamisen), with some exceptions, dog skin is used.
  912. For Tsugaru-jamisen, nylon or Tetoron (a registered trademark of Teijin for a kind of polyester fiber) strings are also used.
  913. For Ukifune, the Meiyu-bon manuscript was used.
  914. For Western dishes, there is the concept of 'courses,' and a different type dish (hors 'doeuvres, a soup, and a main dish) is served at several stages.
  915. For Western types, Canon (approx. 48 American points) and Assendonika, or Double Pica (approx. 22 points) and Paragon (approx. 11 points) which were brought through the use at Goa and Macau were used from the beginning.
  916. For Yamashina Ward and Daigo Station (Kyoto Prefecture)
  917. For Yamashina, Oyake, Daigo and Keihan Rokujizo
  918. For Yamatai-Koku kingdom in Kinai theory, there is no archeological material evidence to show that northern Kyushu powers migrated to Yamato.
  919. For Yamato as the regional name, see "Yamato."
  920. For Yukei Sekizoku, it is thought that the projection was attached to the depression area to increase the strength.
  921. For a Heijin, the crime of killing one Heijin was equal to killing seven Hinins because of impertinence.
  922. For a big brush, it is recommended to use eight-tenths for the standard style and to the root in semiformal style.
  923. For a book of \220 tickets, a book for \1000 (five \220 tickets, worth \1100), a book for \3000 (15 \220 tickets + one \110 tickets, in total worth \3410) and a book for \5000 (26 \220 tickets, worth \5720) are available.
  924. For a brief period of time, the Minamoto clan were commanded by imperial order to pursue the enemy Taira family (who had seized real power from the imperial court) and subsequently ordered to hunt down and kill the Taira family.
  925. For a clearer sound, claps are made such that the tips of the fingers of the right hand go between the fingers of the left hand.
  926. For a common edifice such as a statue of Buddha or a stone monument, the local municipality is designated as the management body.
  927. For a craftsman, plaining the smooth curve between umi, which stores ink and raised riku is the most difficult part.
  928. For a culture and popularity by field in each year, refer to the section of 'art, culture and fashion' in the article of each year which was traced in accordance with the chronological table.
  929. For a culture by prefecture, refer to the Category of Japanese culture (by prefecture).
  930. For a customer who desperately wants to dip it in the sauce more than once, cabbages can be used to scoop the sauce.
  931. For a decade after 1012, even onna toka was halted.
  932. For a female head of a family to join another family by marriage, she had to retire or abolish the family.
  933. For a general outline of present day shin-shu Japanese rice wine, refer to the publication: 'Sake Fermentation.'
  934. For a head of the Seiga family, his promotion was rapid, and in 1813 he was raised to Jusanmi (Junior 3rd Rank) and admitted as one of Kugyo (top court officials).
  935. For a household altar of lay believers, homyo-jiku are hung solemnly on both inner sides of the altar.
  936. For a large machiya, there is a small garden, called Tsubo-niwa, in the middle of the Tori-niwa.
  937. For a limited time only, from September 1-16, 2007, as one of the events celebrating the 400th anniversary of Hikone-jo Castle's construction, a project restoring Sawayama-jo Castle to its old appearance was held.
  938. For a list of items for: existence, year of destruction by fire, year of reconstruction, not-existing/now existing/reconstructed, and so on for the Tenshu of each castle, see 'List of Tenshu.'
  939. For a list of successive Naidaijin, refer to Office of the Inner Minister.
  940. For a long time after the war, there was only one platform on the northern side, but with the advent of trains being operated solely by a driver in 1982, the platform pointing toward Katabiranotsuji was added.
  941. For a long time an abbreviated description '区急' (which meant 'section express') was written on it, but since 2008 those trains that changed the rollsign to cope with the operation on the Nakanoshima Line have carried the rollsign with the full letters '区間急行'(section express) without abbreviation.
  942. For a long time he was active in Kyoto; later he positively engaged in creating potteries even after he left Kyoto, in areas such as Otsu City and Takatsuki City, Settsu Province.
  943. For a long time researched Buddhist scriptures, Great Priest Zhiyi of Tiantai concluded that Hokke-kyo ('sad dharma pundarika sutra' in Sanskrit which means 'right dharma, white lotus flower') was the supreme teaching which Shakya-muni had reached at the age of over 70.
  944. For a long time since, until the Muromachi period, koji production was operated by specialists who were independent from sake traders because of its importance for the process of sake brewing and the supply and demand for other foodstuffs such as miso and soy sauce.
  945. For a long time sugars such as honey were added to moderate the acidity and astringency of wine and amakuchi (sweet) wine was the mainstay.
  946. For a long time, Aomi daikon has been an indispensable crop for ceremonial occasions; it has been used as an ingredient in clear soup, and the green portion as substitute for cucumbers or side green of sashimi, and has been a much-prized item of tsukemono (Japanese pickled vegetables).
  947. For a long time, Hideyoshi's partner in the parade had been called 'Yodo-dono' (Nobunaga's partner is 'Nohime' and Ieyasu's partner is 'Senhime'), but the name was replaced with 'Nene' in recent years.
  948. For a long time, Ikazuchi served as the director of the Japan Sumo Association (the then Tokyo Ozumo Association), the association's top position.
  949. For a long time, Ito had been wary of Motoda who was known for his adverse opinion towards the modernization of Japan, and Ito immediately wrote 'Kyoikugi' (Proposition on Education) protesting vehemently that Motoda's view is the unrealistic theory; and thus they fiercely confronted each other.
  950. For a long time, Japan National Railroad used common coaches equipped with four row seats (40 seats) and a toilet, in 1989 they introduced super high-decker buses equipped with four row seats (36 seats) and a toilet.
  951. For a long time, from the introduction of the gun to Japan to the end of Edo period, the hinawaju did not advance.
  952. For a long time, he prayed that he could build a hall to enshrine Kannon (Deity of Mercy) there.
  953. For a long time, in the modern Olympic Games, only military men had the right to enter the equestrian events; in the Helsinki Olympic Games of 1952, male athletes except military men and female athletes could enter the events for the first time.
  954. For a long time, it had been read as a beginner's book of waka.
  955. For a long time, it leaned toward the synchronic analysis of folklore structure that viewed the dichotomy of 'hare and ke' as an axiom, and there was an exclusive interest in the definition of 'hare' referring to non-ordinary events, which were rituals and festivals.
  956. For a long time, it was withheld from public view and only displayed once every 100 years, but finally went on general display in 1955 - 700 years after it was brought to Japan.
  957. For a long time, the consumers who could not distinguish the difference between 'sweet' and 'tasty' and whose taste was not ripe had avoided thick sake like jizake and believed only clear seishu like water as a real sake.
  958. For a long time, they had operated only one bus (one round-trip a day) between Tokyo and Kyoto, however, after Japanese National Railways had been privatized and JR had started, highway buses became popular and they increased the number of the operation.
  959. For a long while after the War it was no longer made however local volunteers and sake brewers joined forces to revive the production of Jidenshu in 1990 as a cooking sake.
  960. For a more intimate classification, see the description on Kiya and mokuzoku in the section of hogu before the Muromachi period in the article of hogu.
  961. For a mutual base fare section with Keihan (Mototanaka Station - Shugakuin Station and Keihan Jingu-marutamachi Station - Gion-shijo Station), a discount of 20 yen for an adult or 10 yen for a child is applied (passengers are required to buy a connection ticket in advance at an automatic ticket machine.
  962. For a particular period of time in every fall season, the inside of the lighthouse is opened to the public on Lighthouse Day.
  963. For a pearl, monme is written as momme and symbolized as mom.
  964. For a period it was removed from sightseeing courses in response to protests from Koreans living in Japan.
  965. For a period of approximately ten years after the end of mutual operation, both stations retained guide apparatus for each other.
  966. For a period of time he practiced asceticism in Izu Province hating the worldly affairs, but returned to Mt. Hiei.
  967. For a period of time he was in love with Koshikibu no Naishi, and had a daughter Yorishinobu with her.
  968. For a period of time in the past, the stop was called the 'U-house limousine center/Gakken Yamate.'
  969. For a period of time, following his exile to Kai Province (present-day Yamanashi Prefecture) due to a false charge, he restored Toko-ji Temple (located in Yamanashi Prefecture).
  970. For a period of time, he was suspected of being a spy from Yuan (Yuan Dynasty).
  971. For a period of time, the Yamazaki-Uji Line, a long distance service of the Uji-Yodo Route, was offered by Keihan Bus from Yamazaki (Kyoto Prefecture) to Keihan Yodo Station and to Keihan Uji Station.
  972. For a period of time, the Yawata-Tanabe Line via Okubo was in service.
  973. For a period of time, there was a theory on 'Mandokoro Politics' advocated by people like Katsumi KUROITA which argued that prior to World War II, during a period of regency, the sessho and kanpaku (the regent and the chief advisor to the Emperor) were in charge of all State politics.
  974. For a prize or award, the unit of one silver sheet=43 monme was used.
  975. For a question (e.g. Does Susano have bad intentions?), an act was performed, with the vow that the answer would be in the affirmative if it produced a certain result, but in the negative if it did not.
  976. For a reference, on a kosa producing site, there is statistical data about the number of days when a sandstorm was generated in the Sinkiang Uigur Autonomous Region.
  977. For a short period between August of 1702 and January of 1719, the naka-machi-bugyo-sho office was introduced as well.
  978. For a short time the oppressive policy of the chief minister (tairo) Naosuke II (the Ansei Purge) seemed to quieten down the public's dissatisfaction.
  979. For a simpler way, we can use a vegetable slicer to do a similar job.
  980. For a simplified version of kadomatsu, a well-formed young pine, around which a bow of the decorative Japanese cord made from twisted paper in red and white or in gold and silver is tied, is attached to places such as gateposts, and has become popular for its ease of use.
  981. For a small brush, it is recommended not use more than half.
  982. For a sound source, Rozetsu (a reed), shaped like a double reed, is used.
  983. For a start, there is a view that "chan" means China and "ko" means a pot in Chinese.
  984. For a straight sleeve of workwear or the like, Sodetake is half the length of the circumference of the sleeve.
  985. For a time Emperor Shirakawa also lost his focus; however, due to opposition of MINAMOTO no Toshiaki, who was the Incho Betto (the head of the Imperial agency), the ambitions were thwarted, and while also severe on Tadazane, the position of Regent was able to be preserved.
  986. For a time, direct Kyoto City Trams used the line.
  987. For a visit to the Ise-jingu Shrine, there was also a custom called "nukemairi" in which people were able to continue their trip with the help of roadside residents even after spending all their money on the way there.
  988. For a wearer with a typical physique, the highest point of the boundary between Migoro and Sode comes around the middle of the upper arm.
  989. For a week from January 8 to 14 (21 times, 21座) every year, Goshichinichinomishiho has been held at Kanjo-in of To-ji Temple by the chief abbots (管長・山主) and Jogakuso (priests, 定額僧) of each sect belonging to grand head temple's association of Shingon sect schools.
  990. For a while after the fighting had ended, rumors persisted that prince Mochihito was alive, rumors moreover that were useful to anti-Taira activities.
  991. For a while after the war people still bathed naked.
  992. For a while after the war, little Tokyo had only one sushi restaurant which started operation in the 1930s and served Inari-zushi, Maki-zushi, and sushi just topped with fish on the cut-out vinegared rice.
  993. For a while after the war, whale meat and boiled fish-paste products were typically used as inexpensive substitutes of animal meat and occupied an important position as supplying the protein important for Japanese dietary lives.
  994. For a while afterwards, rental shops or sales stores for western clothes appeared little by little across Japan.
  995. For a while afterwards, the construction of square tumulus and circular tumulus continued.
  996. For a while he was adopted by the Honjo family and he called himself Hachiro HONJO.
  997. For a while it seems to have been cultured also in the USA.
  998. For a while since then, Soh music prospered mainly in the kamigata region.
  999. For a while, Norikatsu UESUGI of a collateral branch of the Ogigayatsu-Uesugi family made efforts toward restoring the line with the support of Kenshin UESUGI; however, Norikatsu surrendered to the Gohojo clan after a short time.
  1000. For a while, Wa stayed stable politically, but a civil war called the Wakoku War broke out in the latter half of the second century.

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