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  1. According to calculations by the Japanese army, the number of dead over the whole period totaled up to 757, and 2654 were injured.
  2. According to classification by Saburo IENAGA, the book consists of five parts.
  3. According to commentary in "Honcho shinsen den" (Lives of Japanese Spirit Immortals), he is said to have ventured to the Kingdom of Koryo in Korea.
  4. According to common belief '臺與' should be pronounced as 'Toyo,' but there are other theories.
  5. According to common law, any ship drifting or drifted ashore was regarded as a property owned by a local feudal lord or the local people or as a common property of the region, but its ownership often triggered conflicts among the people.
  6. According to conventional wisdom, funerals are unfortunate happenings, and most people would want to separate them from celebrations such as weddings.
  7. According to custom from the end of the Heian Period to the Meiji Restoration, square unfigured sashes with white gemstones were used only for ceremonies involving the Emperor.
  8. According to custom, the former moves solemnly and the latter actively.
  9. According to data presented by Japan Family Crest Research Institute, the most commonly used family crest, on national average, is "katabami-mon" (about 9%), and the least commonly used crest is "kiri-mon" (about 5%) among the five major family crests.
  10. According to definitions, rakugan (hard candy), umpei (Japanese confectionery), aruheito (toffee), rice cracker, yatsuhashi (sweet rice cracker) are included (main dry sweets are listed below).
  11. According to description for June 1, 1580 (old calendar) in 'Nichinichiki' of Harutoyo KAJUJI, who was a noble and Buke Denso (imperial official in charge of communication with the shogunate), Nobunaga officially pointed out this problem even one day before his death.
  12. According to descriptions in "Horyakukanki" (a history book of the 14 century in Japan), it was once said that this incident was caused by ambitious Munekata HOJO.
  13. According to descriptions of Nihonshoki after it increased certainty, it seems to be after the middle of the sixth century when it began to give a Japanese-style posthumous name to the Emperor.
  14. According to doctrine, it was brought over to China from India by Bodhidharma, the 28th successor of the 10 disciples (called Kasho) who directly received the teaching (enlightenment) of Siddhartha Gautama.
  15. According to documents during the Nara period and other periods, 衣 collectively meant clothing for the upper half of the body in Japan until the early eighth century.
  16. According to documents of 1603, it says it is Sarutahiko-no-kami.
  17. According to documents such as "Kojidan" (Talks on old affairs), Kaneie consulted with his right-hand-men FUJIWARA no Arikuni, TAIRA no Korenaka, and TAIRA no Kunihira about which son should succeed Kaneie.
  18. According to documents such as the "Shito Gobusho" (a five-volume apologia of Shinto), the word 'Hachiyo' is written on the mirror that was enshrined in the Inner Shrine of Ise.
  19. According to documents, 'Tanko ichiryo' means the armor covered only torso and 'Tanko ichigu' means complete equipment including Kusazuri tassets, samurai warrior helmet, pauldron, neck armor, gauntlet and shin guard, though there is no example of complete equipment unearthed.
  20. According to documents, among ten and some thousands of beheaded people, many ordinary people were included who were murdered for nisekubi (false head) and the number of people who survived but were captured as slaves reached as many as thousands from adults to young children.
  21. According to enforcement of municipal organization and changing the name, Tanabe-cho became Kyotanabe City and seceded from the county.
  22. According to enforcement of municipal organization, Yawata-cho became Yawata City and seceded from the county
  23. According to engi (writing about the history), there is a description which says 'Sogon has a very small penis and already gave up his manhood.'
  24. According to episodses, Ieyasu entrusted her with the management of most of the inner affairs of Sunpu-jo Castle, even leaving her a cashbox key.
  25. According to especially in 'Okahyosetsu' in the profile in "Dokai Koshuki", Tadamasa as well as his colleagues Tadatomo OKUBO and Masatake ABE were described as 'good military commanders.'
  26. According to excavation results of the site, remains from the Gohojo clan era have not been found and it is highly possible that the castle was abandoned before the Gohojo clan came.
  27. According to excavations conducted in 1950 and 1967, it was a Buddhist temple complex in the Hokki-ji-style, which included a tower in the east and a kon-do hall (main hall) in the west.
  28. According to existing historical data, a distribution of 'Ohassebe' concentrated in Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly the Kanto region) such as two cases each in three provinces of Etchu, Shinano, and Kai, and also in the provinces of Totomi, Kozuke, Shimosa, and so on.
  29. According to existing statistical data, the amount of whale meat produced was 10,000 tons in 1924, increased to 30,000 tons in 1930 and further increased to 45,000 tons in 1939.
  30. According to expository writing in the "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro," bells were once used in Japan as ritual implements to call a divine spirit.
  31. According to family tradition, Hirouji SHIMODA was a descendent of Kawakatsu HATA (also known as Hirotaka HATA).
  32. According to folklore research, a natsumatsuri festival is also interpreted to be a result of development of ancient utagaki (a poetry reading party).
  33. According to folklore, 'Tama' (same as dama of Toshidama) indicates 'Tamashii' (spirit)and 'Toshidama' is an offering to God for the year.
  34. According to folklore, it is sometimes regarded as Fukutoku-shin (god who bring fortune and luck), syncretized with Daikokuten (Mahakala) and so on.
  35. According to forecasts by Koji MURAYAMA, the amount of pollen in the air will increase to 170% (an estimate of 161% has recently emerged) of current levels by the year 2050 and the number of hay fever patients will increase by 140%.
  36. According to forensic medicine, it may be interpreted as an instantaneous cadaveric spasm caused by excessive physical fatigue or the shock of instantaneous death, but there are also comments that say it is impossible; the truth remains uncertain.
  37. According to gene analyses, it is considered that Japanese people were based on people coming from the north via the Korean Peninsula or Sakhalin.
  38. According to genealogical tables of the Kokubun family of Mutsu Province, Tanemichi became the founder of the family after getting the Kokubun-sho estate as a reward of the Battle of Oshu.
  39. According to genealogy in "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (Collection of Family Genealogies), Ro no onkata is described as Kiyomori's eighth daughter born by Tokiwa.
  40. According to general historical science, it is thought that Sadayori ROKKAKU, a brother of Ujitsuna, succeeded the family estate and that his descendants later succeeded the estate in later times.
  41. According to gojitsu monogatari (stories written later) of the Legend of Anchin and Kiyohime, Shirabyoshi visits Dojo-ji Temple in Kishu Province for its kane kuyo (memorial ceremony of temple bells).
  42. According to group regulations of the association, they were divided into four official court ranks: Kengyo, Betto, Koto, and Zato, and further divided into 73 ranks.
  43. According to her great-uncle, Sozu, ten years had passed since her mother's death before she was found by Hikaru Genji, who had visited Kitayama to receive medical treatment
  44. According to her will, Genji adopts her daughter, making her a court lady of Emperor Reizei.
  45. According to him, KINOSHITA liked this plan very much and said that ' as a fundamental principle, Kyoto Housei School should have a sense of oneness with Kyoto Imperial University.'
  46. According to him, Ninjo-banashi is kodan storytelling of Sewamono (a category which features the world of townspeople in contrast with "Jidaimono" which features samurai family) emotionally (identifying oneself with the characters), not explanatorily as usual kodan storytelling.
  47. According to him, Soji was described within the Okita family as 'a light-skinned and small man'.
  48. According to himself, his original family name was Taira (it probably was Inbe in reality).
  49. According to himself, it was a hindrance caused by the opposing party.
  50. According to his career statistics, he had 116 wins, 6 losses, 18 Hikiwake, 2 Azukari and 78 absences in 22 tournaments of the Makuuchi division with a winning percentage of 95.1.
  51. According to his close aides, Kanetane HIROHATA's diary, it is said the Emperor had a close relationship to the snake among the twelve animal signs of the (Chinese and Japanese) zodiac, not only was he born in the year of the snake, but he also died in the year of snake, the month, the date and the time of the snake.
  52. According to his diary, he travelled around 40 km a day on foot.
  53. According to his explanation to the City Assembly, the tax was imposed not on the citizens but on the entrance fee paid to the temples and the shrines in Kyoto city, with the intention of eliciting cooperation with the city from the visitors in protecting its cultural properties.
  54. According to his explanation, Bunjinga was supposed to have originated from Wei WANG who lived during the period of Tang Dynasty.
  55. According to his family tree, Yoshikiyo's mother was a daughter of TAIRA no Tadamori.
  56. According to his family tree, he was the son of KI no Inate, the Sagami no kuni no suke (Assistant Governor of Sagami Province).
  57. According to his friend, it was 'amazing that he actually made it, but it wasn't really a cool-looking instrument.'
  58. According to his genealogy, his sons were Chikatomo SHIONOYA, Tokitomo KASAMA and Tomosada SHIONOYA who became a priest and disciple under Shinran at age of 26 (Kenkai Hizen Priest), and there were 2 daughters (the second child and the fourth child) between three boys.
  59. According to his grandson, Mitsugoro BANDO (the 10th), Mitsugoro the 8th was known as a knowledgeable man who loved to read.
  60. According to his imperial will, she and the Priestly Imperial Prince Enjo (Emperor Gosaga's illegitimate first son) should inherit the Cloistered Emperor's property divided between her and his children.
  61. According to his obituary, he was 'mild-minded and endowed with literary talent' ("Nihonkoki" (Anthology of historical events collected by Imperial command, article from the twenty-seventh day of the eighth month in the twenty-fourth year of Enryaku (September 27, 805)).
  62. According to his older brother Nobuyuki, Nobushige was dovelike, patient, quiet and rarely angered, which is far from the image of a brave commander.
  63. According to his previously expressed will, he became the first cremated king in Silla, and his cinerary urn was placed on a big stone on the beach of the East Sea (Japan Sea).
  64. According to his theory, the distinction of characters observed in Manyo-gana was caused by Toraijin (people from overseas, especially from China and Korea, who settled in early Japan and introduced Continental culture) who had distinguished the difference of the sounds that were not unimportant for Japanese.
  65. According to his third son, Nizaemon XV and that son's grandchild, Kotaro KATAOKA, Nizaemon XIII demonstrated various forms by which to teach them one kyogen story and then let each of them choose.
  66. According to his will, Funado no Okimi (Prince Funado) became the Crown Prince.
  67. According to his will, a Yokozuna rope was tied around his hinoki coffin.
  68. According to his will, he was believed to be buried beside the Shoku's tomb in Yoshimine-dera Temple, Kyo-nishiyama (mountains in west area of Kyoto).
  69. According to his will, his body was moved to Toei Kanei-ji Temple and was buried in Rinno-ji Temple, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture.
  70. According to his will, his death was not announced and the enthronement ceremony was organized for Emperor Go-Suzaku.
  71. According to his will, kanrei Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA took on a role to support new shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA (the story of "Taiheiki" ended with this event).
  72. According to his will, shadan (a small shrine) was built near Yoshida-jinja Shrine and he had been deified as Yuishin reishin.
  73. According to historical accounts there is much evidence of his work however the only statue in existence that can be identified with certainty as his work is the wooden seated Amida Nyorai Statue (a national treasure), the principal object of reverence at Byodoin (Kyoto).
  74. According to historical document on the shrine, 'In 485, miyabashira (pillars of a shrine) were built and religious ceremony was held, and its rank advanced to Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) in 859 and Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) in 861.
  75. According to historical documents, the Taira clan administration organized the forces in areas under its control as bushi, and established positions such as Province bakufu officers and Jito in their fiefdom and shoen, and developed a semi-militaristic control.
  76. According to historical material (such as "Chanoyu Monjin") which was written when SEN no Sotan was alive, the Senke School (Sotan School) in those days fundamentally distinguished between the daisu in shoin tea room and the daisu in Sukiya (a four-and-a-half-mat tea room).
  77. According to historical materials and excavation research, the original Yakushi-ji Temple had apparently existed until around the tenth century, or during the middle of the Heian period.
  78. According to historical materials at that time such as FUJIWARA no Michinaga's diary, "Mido Kanpakuki," an excellent guardsman named SHIMOTSUKENU no Kintoki served Michinaga.
  79. According to historical materials in which he is recorded as 'the former governor of Yamato Province, Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade), MINAMOTO no Asomi Mitsuyuki' it is discerned that he had already served as the governor of Yamato Province in his twenties.
  80. According to historical materials such as "Azuma Kagami" and the "Gyokuyo," a journal of Kanezane KUJO, armed priests of Enryaku-ji Temple of Mt. Hiei sheltered Yoshitsune and his retainers, who escaped from Kyoto and stayed hidden around Mt. Hiei; one of those priests named Shunsho took them to Oshu.
  81. According to historical materials, the Mikami clan called themselves "Hyogo no kami" as a government post since Masazane's generation.
  82. According to historical materials, there was no trace that the King Xuan enjoyed hunting near the site where sekkobun was found.
  83. According to historical records written in this period, the 雲但 Date clan and the Suruga Date clan were taking the side of the Ashikaga clan.
  84. According to historical records, 'his face was so beautiful and his figure was impeccably beautiful.'
  85. According to historical records, Nagashige EDO, who was a member of the Edo clan and held the post of jito (manager and lord of manor) donated Maeshima Village of Edo-go (Area around present-day Tokyo Station) to the Tokuso family in 1261, because the area became ruined and unmanageable due to famine.
  86. According to historical tales and the like, he served as one of the Ten Brave Warriors of the Amago Clan during the strife occurring when Yoshihisa AMAGO was beseiged by Motonari MORI, gradually losing his power.
  87. According to historical writings like "Dainihon-shi" (History of Great Japan) and Inarishinko-jiten (Encyclopedia of Inari Belief), Yutoku Inari-jinja Shrine and Toyokawa Inari Temple are included in the three major Inari, besides Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine, the headquarters.
  88. According to homon (the teachings of Buddhism) of Funi sokuitsu (non-duality) under Buddhist law, it can be said that shoju is nothing but shakubuku, and shakubuku is nothing but shoju.
  89. According to internal information (the diary of a court lady's who had served at Seiryo-den), "Oyu-dono no ue no nikki," the Emperor's intention to abdicate the throne was passed to Nobunaga on March 9, just after Nobunaga organized a massive function of Kyoto Oumazoroe in 1581.
  90. According to inyo-shiso (a Chinese ideology of dual cosmic forces, the active and passive), odd numbers are regarded as active numbers, among which the number nine is the ultimate, so that dual nine (September 9) means the highest level of activeness and is written in Chinese characters as "cho" (meaning "doubled") and "yo" (meaning "activeness").
  91. According to it, Mami was raised to Shokinge for the achievement in the Jinshin War and died before being given a new kabane.
  92. According to it, a tahoto appeared while Shakyamuni was preaching Hokekyo.
  93. According to it, he was born when his father was 70 years old, and as he was of delicate health by nature, the people said that he would not be able to live no more than 20 years, then his father thought that he would rather sustain the life 'selling the salt' (with a small profit without seed money).
  94. According to it, it seems that the river was merged into the Kamo-gawa River in the south of the area where the two river merge now.
  95. According to it, there was supposedly 'Gokaisho' within the 'Furo gosho,' which was the Uji gosho of the Retired Emperor Gotoba.
  96. According to it, when Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) left Yoshino no miya (Yoshino Palace) for Kanto region (in this case, the east of Suzuka-no-seki Checkpoint), OWARI no Osumi cleaned up his private house to provide them with it as Angu (temporary lodging for emperor) and helped them with war funds.
  97. According to its contents or shape, Kusazoshi is classified into Akahon (a red-covered storybook), Kurohon (a black-covered storybook), Aohon (an illustrated storybook), Kibyoshi (an illustrated storybook in yellow covers), and Gokan (bound-together volumes of illustrated books).
  98. According to its interior inscription, it was built on imperial order in 1203, and a ceremony to consecrate it was held in 1254.
  99. According to its okugaki, it was transcribed by ABE no Taito in the Kamakura period.
  100. According to its okugaki, it was transcribed in the early Edo period.
  101. According to its okugaki, it was transcribed in the same year with the transcript possessed by the Imperial Household Archives, and it was also not signed by its writer.
  102. According to its okugaki, this book was transcribed by ABE no Yasukiwa in the early Kamakura period.
  103. According to its oral tradition, Kawakatsu was the founder of Sarugaku.
  104. According to its origin, it was excavated from the castle ruins after the war and fell into Nobunaga's hand.
  105. According to its preface, the book was titled in the meaning that "collecting many narrow rivers results in the sea".
  106. According to its provisions, a cohort could commandeer one out of three adult men as a soldier.
  107. According to its reconstructed picture, it was very different from the conventional Shinden-zukuri house and was abounded in functional and rational ingenuity for using partitions.
  108. According to its shinmei, this god is believed to have been placed at the end of Kataku Rokushin as a god related to wind, or god protecting the house from storm wind.
  109. According to its style, it was built at the end of the Muromachi period.
  110. According to kuden (oral instruction), the actor who plays the role of Enya Hangan must return home immediately after the play ends, without seeing or speaking to other people (this instruction was observed during the Edo period).
  111. According to later historical documents, his childhood name was Sengikumaru.
  112. According to legend, Chugen-ji Temple is said to have been founded by the Buddhist sculptor Jocho (unknown - 1057) in the middle Heian period and originally located to the northeast of Shijo-bashi Bridge.
  113. According to legend, Jingoro was from Kaizuka City, known today as Osaka; he studied under Eitoku KANO, and was involved in the construction of Kitano-tenmangu Shrine and Hokoku-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City)
  114. According to legend, Kamowakeikazuchi-no-mikoto descended to the Miaresho at the foot of Mt. Kamo-san during the reign of Emperor Jimmu.
  115. According to legend, Kazumasu wished for a tea cup used in tea ceremony, which was known as "Jukokonasu" (literally, "a tiny shining eggplant" in Japanese), one of the best-known works of art produced in Azuchi, and was concerned about the loss of the tea cup, which he considered as a treasure in the tradition of tea ceremony.
  116. According to legend, Ningai saw in a dream that his mother had been reincarnated as an ox, which he then went on to take care of but it soon died.
  117. According to legend, Roben confined himself to Senju-kutsu Cave (literally, cave of thousand hands) where he prayed, an act which is said to have removed the rocks on the bed of the Kizu-gawa River that were preventing the passage of cargo ships.
  118. According to legend, Shigenori began shooting at 6 o'clock in the evening on May 30 and finished at noon the next day, with about six hours remaining and with his energy still left.
  119. According to legend, Shuten Doji, based at Mt. Oe, Kyoto, often appeared in the urban area of Kyoto with many of his subordinates, including Ibaraki Doji, kidnapped noble princesses to make them serve him or filleted and ate them raw, according to the legend.
  120. According to legend, Tomomori either shouldered an anchor or donned two suits of armor as a weight, and he threw himself into the sea after proclaiming, 'I have seen what I should see. Now I shall end my life.'
  121. According to legend, Yasutane was killed by Tsuneyori in the Murata-gawa River in Yawata in Kazusa Province (present-day Yawata-cho Town, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture), although this remained unproven.
  122. According to legend, Yoichi pardoned his older brothers who were on the run in Shinano and other areas and allotted land to them, and he constructed a foundation for the development of the Nasu clan in Shimotsuke Province.
  123. According to legend, during his stay in Kokura (presently Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture), on orders of Tadazane, Musashi fought with Yoshitsugu TAKADA of Hozoin-ryu School of So-jutsu (art of using a spear).
  124. According to legend, during the twelfth Emperor Keiko era, TAKENOUCHI no Sukune carved '寿命長遠諸元成就' (wishing for long life) in a willow tree wishing for longevity.
  125. According to legend, he is said to have participated in the Battle of Sunomatagawa with his brothers in 1181, been held as prisoner of war after the battle by Heike and eventually killed.
  126. According to legend, his first name "Hajime" originated from his birthday (January 1), but there is no historical basis for this assumption.
  127. According to legend, in the late Heian period, Hyoe KUROTORU, one of Abe no Sadato's remaining retainers, went to Echigo Province and committed a number of atrocities, and even managed to defeat the Imperial army sent to subjugate him.
  128. According to legend, it had a head of the cow and a body of the demon from the neck down.
  129. According to legend, it is the image of Ryogen when he repelled a Yakubyo-gami (a deity of the transmission of epidemics) by transforming himself into an ogre.
  130. According to legend, it was constructed along with numerous other mountain temples when Atago-Gongen enshrined at Takagamine (Takagamine, Kita Ward, Kyoto City) in Rakuhoku was relocated to Mt. Atago-san.
  131. According to legend, it was founded by En no Ozunu at the end of the seventh century, the founder of Shugendo, who carved the statue of Zao Gongen after awakening to the deity at Ominesan and constructed the Zao-do hall in which to house it as a the principal image.
  132. According to legend, it was founded in the year 856 after the Ceremonial House of the Fujiwara clan Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) FUJIWARA no Otsugu requested that Shinshu Shonin serve as kaisan (the founder of a temple) of his mountain villa.
  133. According to legend, it was in this year that a fragrant spring gushed from the shrine grounds and that drinking the water could cure diseases, which led the Emperor Seiwa to grant the shrine the name 'Gokogu' (lit. Fragrant Shrine).
  134. According to legend, she had stunning beauty, so, there was no end to the number of men who were captivated by her beauty.
  135. According to legend, the Shinmen family had been prospering in Mimasaka Province (present Okayama Prefecture) and Muni called himself Shinmen first.
  136. According to legend, the Yuzunenbutsu Kyogen was created during the Kamakura period around the year 1300 by Yuzunenbutsu priest Engaku Shonin.
  137. According to legend, the enshrined deity descended at Mt. Mikage-yama during the reign of Emperor Jimmu.
  138. According to legend, the grave of the 'daughter of Nobunaga ODA,' known as the Princess of ODA and fianc? to Ujinao HOJO, is located at Korin-ji Temple in Odawara.
  139. According to legend, the image of Yoryu Kannon was carved by a priest Eshin Sozu Genshin (942 - 1017), but since its body except head portion was destroyed by conflagration at Tenmei in 1788, the present image was made as the restoration of the original image.
  140. According to legend, the main tomb of the Sakitatenami tumuli, which is located next to the Sakiishizukayama tumulus, was mistakenly regarded as Empress Jingu's tomb and worshipped as such during the Heian period, which incurred gods' wrath and caused plagues.
  141. According to legend, the national treasures "Choju-Jinbutsu-giga" (Choju-Giga), "Hohi Kassen" (Battle of breaking wind) and "Yobutsu Kurabe" (Measuring phallus) are believed to be his work.
  142. According to legend, the rock, which was used as the entrance of Ama-no-Iwato in Mt. Takakura, was carried to the shrine.
  143. According to legend, the temple was one of the 'Makiyamasenbo' (priest lodges) run by monks from Baekje in 575 (it is also said to have been established in 771).
  144. According to legend, the temple's five-storey pagoda was created by Prince Shotoku in the year 592 after Nyoirin Kannon (Cintamanicakra) appeared to him in a dream, following which he made an offering of three of Budda's ashes and named the temple Hokan-ji.
  145. According to legend, when TAIRA no Masakado started a war in Togoku (Kanto provinces of Japan), the edge of the paper hair tie on the statue turned into a bee and flew to torment Masakado with stings.
  146. According to legends or oral traditions, the following items originated in Kobo Daishi:
  147. According to local history books compiled in Owari like 'Choshu Zasshi,' he died in 1582 in the Honno-ji Incident.
  148. According to local oral tradition, Toyonobu TAKEDA, the last head of the Kazusa-Takeda clan, was identified with Shingen's third son Nobuyuki SAIHO, and some people asserted that he sheltered his younger brother Morinobu NISHINA after the Kai-Takeda clan extinguished.
  149. According to lore, its name is derived from the fact that at one time, its ridge had a deep sag which was called "Hazama" when it was viewed from the opposite ridge in the basin region.
  150. According to martial tales such as "Heike Monogatari" and "Genpei Seisuiki," Noritsune participated actively in subsequent battles, The Battles of Yashima and The Battle of Dannoura.
  151. According to measurements of radioactive carbon dating performed by Gakushuin University dating laboratory, soil layers of Takeuchi on Dazai-fu remains which includes burnt down soils are about 1600 years old.
  152. According to meteorology, there is no statistical record of the past that a typhoon came then, and therefore, some consider that it was a weather phenomenon other than a typhoon.
  153. According to modern architectural terminology, they are often written as "平家 (Hiraya)."
  154. According to modern studies, it is theorized that Goryo-eji had thought of overthrowing the shogunate government which was not so radical and closer to those thoughts held by Shungaku MATSUDAIRA and the like.
  155. According to mythology, after Magatsuhi no kami was born, the two gods of Naobi no kami and Izunome were born to fix the disaster.
  156. According to official records, he participated in as many as 200 battles.
  157. According to okugaki, Taito transcribed in 貞応6年 (the sixth year of Teio era (1227)), but actually, the Teio era lasted only until 貞応3年 (the third year of the Teio era (1224)).
  158. According to old people, it became popular as Tsutsusode (kimono with tubular style of sleeve) in the Taisho period.
  159. According to one account, however, Toshitaka and Tadatsugu were intimate brothers.
  160. According to one account, the Yakushi Nyorai statue was housed at the private Yakushi-ji Temple (Inaba Province) belonging to the powerful local Inaba clan and it was brought to Kyoto by Yukihira.
  161. According to one belief, the pun was, in fact, made up by a rival company to the Kawai Steel Company, a wholesale warehouse company which imported foreign steel and sold 'Togo hagane.'
  162. According to one bit of research, the number of people killed in the war or killed after arrested was approximately 10,000 (Illustrated History of Taiwan).
  163. According to one estimate the Emperor Tenmu (Tenmu Tenno) started using the Title of Emperor (Tenno). (some say the Emperor Suiko started using the title.)
  164. According to one estimate, Nobunaga only gave the right of the reigns of the family to Nobutada because he wanted to establish Nobutada's position as the heir while he was living.
  165. According to one estimate, Ryotaku MAENO refused to put his name in "Kaitai Shinsho" because he had once promised not to study for his own name when he prayed for accomplishment of his school work at Tenman-gu Shrine on his way to Nagasaki for study.
  166. According to one estimate, building of Fujiwara-kyo was also started in the era of the Emperor Tenmu.
  167. According to one estimate, he refused this request twice.
  168. According to one estimate, she was from near present-day Saga, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  169. According to one estimate, the preservation of the structure was decided by Shigenobu OKUMA's report to the throne.
  170. According to one estimate, this shrine was the successor of 'Itada-jinja Shrine,' which is described in "Engishiki jinmyocho" (a register of shrines in Japan), but this theory is now denied.
  171. According to one explanation, it was invented by Sosho TAKUWAN as legend goes but it has remained unsubstantiated and there is a heresy on this account.
  172. According to one explanation, the term came out in an idle conversation by the members of the NHK Symphony Orchestra.
  173. According to one heresy, Choei became a pupil of Tanso HIROSE of Hita, Bungo Province (present-day, Hita City, Oita Prefecture) before long.
  174. According to one interpretation, the reason that Nenbutsu Kyogen was made into a silent form of dramatic art was because it had originally been performed before a large gathering of people who were to chant the Nenbutsu, so that even if the plays did include dialog it might become drowned out by the chanting.
  175. According to one legend, Hakudo shonin, an immortal mountain wizard of China, became a disciple of Monju Bosatsu (Manjusri Bodhisattva associated with wisdom, doctrine and awareness) and reached enlightenment.
  176. According to one legend, he died while seated in an alcove.
  177. According to one legend, the ritual was started when an ogre named Ura or Onra, which had been killed by Kibitsuhiko no mikoto and become a deity to give divine messages to people through sounds of steam from an iron pot.
  178. According to one legend, when Emperor Takakura invited Kakua to the Imperial court to explain Zen, Kakua replied with one note of a flute, and it is said the Emperor did not understand.
  179. According to one of the Japanese classics, "Taiheiki," Morinaga was confined in prison with mud walls in Toko-ji Temple (the prison with mud walls were restored and still exists on the site of Kamakura palace).
  180. According to one of these theories, Dokan OTA, who was outnumbered in the Egota-numagukuro Battle and got lost, saw a cat beckoning to him.
  181. According to one of various family trees, Yoriie was recorded as being alive and his family tree continued after him.
  182. According to one opinion, it was by his side at the Honnoji Incident, where it was reduced to ashes.
  183. According to one popular theory, Kabuza was established first, and then liberated to become Muraza; the opposite view is that Muraza was terminated by stratification and became Kabuza.
  184. According to one story, when Masako approached him about his ambition to become the fourth shogun, suspecting him of having evil intentions regarding the succession after the death of Sanetomo, he proved his innocence by taking out one of his eyeballs and thoroughly rejecting her offer.
  185. According to one such theory which claims he was murdered, the killer is believed to have been Tsunekuni KAWACHI, the bereaved son of MINAMOTO no Yoshitada, whose assassination had been orchestrated by Yoshimitsu.
  186. According to one technique, shuriken are used as camouflaged weapons or smaller weapons for combat.
  187. According to one theory MINAMOTO no Sueto was his father.
  188. According to one theory in Osaka, the 'city of merchants,' the belly was split open because it could be cut easier; on the other hand, in Edo, the 'city of samurai,' 'slashing the belly' (harakiri) was considered a taboo, so that the back was slit open.
  189. According to one theory this Jinraku (神楽) was written as Jinraku (秦楽) in the olden days.
  190. According to one theory, 'oyama' is regarded as the old name of joro or oiran (prostitute).
  191. According to one theory, Aritomi disinherited Arimasa KADENOKOJI who was his heir as he knew that Arimasa had been christened as Christian; he then adopted Aritane, who was his nephew, but later assassinated him, and personally terminated the family name.
  192. According to one theory, Hatta (Hitachi Province, present Hatta, Shimodate City, Ibaraki Prefecture) was the Munetsuna' political base.
  193. According to one theory, Hideyoshi had his first son with a woman called, Minamidono, when he served as the lord of Hagahama Castle, but the boy died during infancy.
  194. According to one theory, Ine was born in Dejima, Nagasaki, and she lived there.
  195. According to one theory, Katsuyori withdrew miserably, protected by only several soldiers on horseback.
  196. According to one theory, Kiyomori, who was trying to curb the Minamoto clan's influence, executed his uncle Tadamasa to encourage MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo to execute his father and another war criminal MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi.
  197. According to one theory, Naomasa was given cold shoulder by Ieyasu because of his great achievements in the past, however, another theory that he could not have served due to tetanus caused by the wound he received at the Battle of Sekigahara is widely accepted.
  198. According to one theory, Nobukane was the ancestor of the Seki clan.
  199. According to one theory, Nobuyoshi temporarily stayed with Tadaoki HOSOKAWA after the rank of his father Nobukatsu was changed.
  200. According to one theory, Shigeharu had no child and Shigetsugu was an adopted son from the Anegakoji family and was the same person as Takatsuna ANEGAKOJI.
  201. According to one theory, Tadamori was not the author of the "Masukagami" (The Clear Mirror).
  202. According to one theory, Tadayoshi is said to have corrected mistakes in the history book that was the precursor to the classic work "Taiheiki."
  203. According to one theory, Zenno-ji Temple originated with a temple founded at Hachijo-dori Street and Aburanokoji-dori Street by Kukai in the year 823.
  204. According to one theory, a Noh play called 'Tsurukame' (Crane and Turtle), in which a turtle lived for ten thousand years, while a crane had a life of a thousand years, was created from this version of the story, and the custom of having a turtle or crane as a good luck charm spread as a result of this.
  205. According to one theory, a place called Nagabashiri (literally, a long run) in Odate City, was named after the Oura troops who were defeated in the attack on Hinai and retreated in a line.
  206. According to one theory, around the closing days of the Tokugawa shogunate, Shungaku MATSUDAIRA, the feudal lord of Fukui Domain, who was devoted to education, suggested to his people to put up a Tenjin-ga (painting of Tenjin), and this was proliferated by the drug sellers of Toyama.
  207. According to one theory, as sun was setting in, the chief was afraid of the raid by Japanese people on his way back.
  208. According to one theory, barrage tactics were less effective in the forest area of Southeast Asia because of obstructive trees, and for that reason, the instantaneous discharge ones suited for sniping became popular and accepted.
  209. According to one theory, he (year of birth unknown - 960?) was an Inyoka (the Yin and Yang school of philosophy)
  210. According to one theory, he and Sharaku were the same person.
  211. According to one theory, he collaborated based on the condition of the approval of his former territories (territory of Ejiri in Kawachi) and survival of the Takeda family.
  212. According to one theory, he dared to adopt a bad name to drive away evil (offset evil).
  213. According to one theory, he died around the age of sixty-five during the Kohei era (1058-1065).
  214. According to one theory, he died at the age of 91.
  215. According to one theory, he had 800 otogishu.
  216. According to one theory, he is also said to be the ancestor of the Masuko clan.
  217. According to one theory, he passed away when he was 77 years old and was posthumously conferred sojo (a priest ranked in the highest managerial position).
  218. According to one theory, he was an illegitimate child of Emperor Shirakawa or Emperor Toba.
  219. According to one theory, he was appointed to Hoin (the highest rank among Buddhist priests) and Daisozu (the upper Buddhist priests in the second highest position) for the first time in Jodo Shinshu.
  220. According to one theory, he was born in 1329.
  221. According to one theory, he was born in 1334.
  222. According to one theory, he was planning to escape to Joseon Dynasty.
  223. According to one theory, he was the eighth son but he refrained from calling himself 八郎 (Hachiro) that means the eighth son, to demonstrate his respect for his uncle MINAMOTO no Tametomo, famous for his heroic bravery, whose popular name (kemyo) was 鎮西八郎 (Chinzei Hachiro), but it is only a folk story.
  224. According to one theory, her name was Tokuko (written as 徳子 in Japanese), but it is also possible that she was named Tokuko in later ages, using one character from Takanori (高徳).
  225. According to one theory, his family began using the name 'Ijuin,' when his son Hisakane IJUIN took the family reign, and it is said that Toshitada himself was using the family name 'Shimazu.'
  226. According to one theory, his mother is said to be Yamatototohimomosohime no Mikoto (although she was actually his older sister).
  227. According to one theory, in the Yin period, there was another type of country called Fangguo apart from the granted countries, and these were the countries of foreigners or different races.
  228. According to one theory, it can be said that he is a person from Liang Dynasty.
  229. According to one theory, it is even said that she went to bed with Ieyoshi together.
  230. According to one theory, it is said that Heike fugitives lived in this area.
  231. According to one theory, it is said that the mask was named so because it was made by a Buddhist monk named Hannyabo.
  232. According to one theory, it was YOSHIMINE no Harutoshi.
  233. According to one theory, it was called 'Tsutsumi no Monogatari' because various stories (monogatari) were wrapped (tsutsumi) so that the stories might not come apart; then it was related to a real person, Tsutsumi Chunagon (FUJIWARA no Kanesuke) and in the end became 'Tsutsumi Chunagon Monogatari.'
  234. According to one theory, it was called the "Zoku Sandai Jitsuroku" (The Continued Veritable Records of Three Reigns of Japan).
  235. According to one theory, it was egg-shaped steamed glutinous rice.
  236. According to one theory, it was written to emphasize the legitimacy of Prince Tsunesada's demotion from Crown Prince and the raising of Prince Michiyasu(Emperor Montoku) as the new Crown Prince in 'the Jowa Incident'.
  237. According to one theory, on learning of Izo's arrest, TAKECHI became afraid that Izo's confession may put his comrades on line, and he even tried to poison Izo through a jail keeping government official who was devoted to TAKECHI.
  238. According to one theory, one of the reasons for his leaving Kyoto was that he did not get along well with his son, Wazen EIRAKU.
  239. According to one theory, only Seiwa-Genji could become seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), the head of the samurai family.
  240. According to one theory, she became a wife of Emperor Shomu earlier than Empress Komyo did.
  241. According to one theory, since the curse of Amatsumikaboshi continued after being contained by Takehazuchi no Mikoto, Omika-jinja Shrine enshrining Takehazuchi no Mikoto was built to quiet this down.
  242. According to one theory, the Edo period custom of offering shirozake (sake) at Doll's Festival derived from the custom of offering shiroki.
  243. According to one theory, the construction of the Edo Castle began in 1456 and was completed in the following year.
  244. According to one theory, the idea was that Tokoyo referred to tokoyo (written as 床世 in Chinese characters; 床 also means sexual activities), and the sexual activity was a sacred one conducted in the sacred area (or inviting people to the sacred area).
  245. According to one theory, the main objective of this expedition to Silla was to build up the Imperial military power, and not to subjugate Silla across the sea.
  246. According to one theory, the more Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples you visit, the greater the blessing you receive, but whether you visit shrines or temples doesn't really matter.
  247. According to one theory, the purple cap indicated the first grade of "Twelve grades of cap rank", which cap belonged to heads of the Soga clan who had served as oomi for generations.
  248. According to one theory, the story is based on Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state) FUJIWARA no Munesuke, called 'Hachikai no Otodo' (Beekeeper Minister of State), and his daughter.
  249. According to one theory, the story of Momotaro (The Peach Boy) is based on an anecdote (the Legend of Ura) from that time, and Okayama Prefecture, where Kibi Province was located, promotes itself as 'the birthplace of Momotaro' as part of a wider PR campaign.
  250. According to one theory, therefore, the main reason for the fall of the government was the death of the successor.
  251. According to one theory, they were consigned to Yugyo Shonin in the early-modern times and currently stay in Shojoko-ji Temple, but it may or may not be true.
  252. According to one theory, this was spread by 'Ikutama san' of Chuo Ward, Osaka City, that is, Ikukunitama-jinja Shrine.
  253. According to one theory, tokoroten was called "kokorobuto" and given the Chinese character 心太 accordingly.
  254. According to one tradition, FUJIWARA no Shoshi ordered Murasaki Shikibu to write a new interesting story Imperial Princess Shikishi had asked for; that was the birth of "The Tale of Genji."
  255. According to one view, Nagusatobe is said not to have been the name of a specific person but the expression indicating a status of 'chief of Nagusa region.'
  256. According to one view, he might have had Hansen's disease.
  257. According to one view, he was reincarnated as tengu, which is a synonym for arrogance.
  258. According to one view, head family of the Sho clan settled down in Bicchu Province is understood to have been due to better income.
  259. According to one view, it originated from a simple watch structure.
  260. According to one view, it originated from the fact that Hashinoku-o (King Pasenadi) of Sravasti, who became a follower of Shakyamuni, mistakenly worshipped Brahmanism by mistaking a disciple of the Brahmanism for that of the Buddha.
  261. According to one view, it was because he wanted to become the commander in chief for the Toyotomi family but his wish was not met.
  262. According to one view, this was because the book did not have an actual title, while another says it was because in some cases, people quoted his opinions directly from the notes attached to the original manuscript before they were compiled into a single commentary.
  263. According to original Buddhist teaching, there is no such thing as the death of a person, because people experience Rinne Tensho (all things being in flux through the endless circle of birth, death, and rebirth, the circle of transmigration).
  264. According to other accounts, this battle may not have developed into a great battle.
  265. According to other interpretation, shakubuku is categorized as the Chie mon (entry of wisdom) and shoju is categorized as the Jihi mon (entry of compassion).
  266. According to other theories, the enshrined deity of the Ushi-matsuri (Ox Festival) of the Koryu-ji Temple was enshrined by kanjo (ceremonial transfer of a divided tutelary deity to a new location) of Genshin Sozu as a guardian deity, and the Yashashin of the To-ji Temple is also said to be the same deity as this Matarashin.
  267. According to peace terms on destruction of the castle and reclamation of the moats, it was decided that the Toyotomi family was responsible for Ninomaru, while the Tokugawa family for Sannomaru and the outer moat..
  268. According to plan, he arranges a marriage between Niou Miya and Naka no Kimi, but Niou Miya doesn't often visit his wife, and a bitter Oigimi falls sick in bed, soon passing away in Kaoru's arms.
  269. According to popular belief, Yoshiie's sons, in order of birth, are Yoshimune, Yoshichika, Yoshikuni, Yoshitada, Yoshitoki, Yoshitaka.
  270. According to popular belief, it was Ieyasu TOKUGAWA who created the 'sogi' after the Battle of Mikatagahara (1572), a battle known as his only ever defeat, swearing that he would slash his enemy Shingen TAKEDA next time.
  271. According to popular theory, Yoshimoto's act of taking Hirotada MATSUDAIRA's only legitimate son Takechiyo (Ieyasu TOKUGAWA) as a hostage has been considered as cruel treatment to the Matsudaira family.
  272. According to precedent at the time, 伝国詔宣 by Chiten no kimi was at least required even if sacred treasures were not available in order to succeed the throne.
  273. According to psychics, what remained at the amusement parks is the "thought" of visitors at the time, and such "thought," when attached to the instruments, caused mysterious phenomena.
  274. According to recent findings, the scale of the new capital, Heijokyo, was almost same as the old capital Fujiwarakyo, in fact Fujiwarakyo was even greater although compared to Chang'ancheng, it was not even one quarter of the size.
  275. According to recent research, however, some constituents of kanten may be dissolved by gastric acid into agaro-oligosaccharide, which is absorbed into the human body to produce certain physiological actions.
  276. According to recent studies (by Kazuhiko KASAYA and Masuo IRIMOTO), it was in 1588 far before this that Ieyasu publicly announced that his real name was Minamoto.
  277. According to recent studies, he was in fact rough, and loved sake and women; especially in his later years, he was treated coldly even by his comrades of the Tosa kinnoto.
  278. According to recent theory, the status of sama no kami was a very important one for a samurai like a toryo (leader of samurai), therefore, the achievement of sama no kami constitutes preferential treatment.
  279. According to records brought to his remaining family in his home village, it is said that he died in his ninety-third year in 1810.
  280. According to records from the 11th century, there was a style called 'Noshi Sokutai' where people wore Noshi, Shitagasane, ue no hakama, Sekitai.
  281. According to records such as "Kachoyoryaku", 'Hongaku-in Temple' located in the Saito area of Mt. Hiei is the origin of Myoho-in Temple.
  282. According to records written in the early modern period, 21 subsidiary temples stood in a row on the Ryoan-ji Temple site at the height of its prosperity (now there are only 3).
  283. According to records written in the early modern period, the garden was designed by Soami, who was in the service of the Muromachi Shogunate; however, the designer, the period in which the garden was made, and the intent of the design are unknown as opinion is divided on these matters.
  284. According to records, Encho called the brothel 'Sanozuchi' instead of 'Kadoebi' in his performance.
  285. According to records, Nene and Hideyoshi were 'united without official process,' which means they married for love with no matchmaking.
  286. According to records, it is known that Masanobu created works in various styles and subjects, including screen paintings and Buddhist paintings; however, all his screen paintings have been lost and the existing works are limited to small paintings such as a hanging scroll.
  287. According to records, it took a quarter century from the beginning of the construction of this statue of Senju Kannon to completion.
  288. According to records, starting with the burning down in 1063, which is mentioned in "Fuso ryakki," to that in the early-modern times in 1629, the temple building of Kiyomizu-dera Temple was burnt down at least nine times.
  289. According to records, the lineage surely existed until the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, however, the lineage was much less influential, compared with the Ashikaga clan, a branch family of the Minamoto clan, which lineage was the same Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan) as that of the Ano clan.
  290. According to records, the original Kaidan-in statues of the Four Devas were bronze, so it is obvious that the current ones were moved from somewhere else later on.
  291. According to records, this place is believed to be the first place in Tsukigase to have plum trees planted.
  292. According to references, Tamagaki took care of Yusei, who was the monk of To-ji Temple that was assigned to Niimi, as the direct governor from To-ji Temple in 1462.
  293. According to reliable, historical materials, Mitsuhide assumed governmental duties for the neighborhood of Kyoto, which the ODA clan was dominating, with Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI (later changed to HASHIBA) and others in 1569.
  294. According to research by Kyuzo FUKUI, who collected the makurakotoba used up to the Meiji period, there are nearly 1100 types.
  295. According to research by Seiroku OTA, the Izumi-dono residence was much smaller than Shinden-zukuri style residences built before then.
  296. According to research by Takeo KOIZUMI, he found that malt had been made of Claviceps virens Sakurai at some time in the past from all 25 prefectures which he asked.
  297. According to research conducted in fiscal year 2006, approximately 6,063 people used the facility each day.
  298. According to research conducted in fiscal year 2006, each day approximately 4,595 people used the station.
  299. According to research conducted in fiscal year 2006, the station was used by approximately 195 people each day.
  300. According to research conducted in fiscal year 2006, the station was used by approximately 351 people each day.
  301. According to rumors, the story is basically as follows.
  302. According to scientific theory, the tone of the shakuhachi should not be dependent upon the material from which the instrument is made; however, there are people who disagree with that, and insist that the material does effect the tonal characteristics of the instrument.
  303. According to several theories, his origins include a branch line of the Yamazaki clan in Sasaki family of Omi-Genji (Minamoto clan), the Yoshifumi line of the Kanmu-Heishi (Taira clan), a line of the Fujiwara clan or a line of the Tachibana clan, it is, however, unknown to be precise.
  304. According to shrine legend, Jishu-jinja Shrine was founded in the age of the gods before the founding of the nation of Japan.
  305. According to shrine legend, Okadakuni-jinja Shrine began with the enshrining of Ikukunitama no mikoto in September, 659.
  306. According to shrine legend, in the year 645 the Emperor Kogyoku received a divine message in a dream saying 'I am a sky god with no shrine on earth and I ask you to enshrine my spirit' and ordered NAKATOMI no Kamatari to build a shrine at Kohata-so.
  307. According to shrine legend, when the entire surrounding area was covered by a lake, Susanoo no mikoto descended and drained the water, after which the shrine was established when a carving of the head of his favorite horse was enshrined at the center of the site.
  308. According to shrine records, it began in 656 when Choshin Fukushi/Irishiomi from Koguryo enshrined Susanoo-no-mikoto, who is enshrined at Mt. Gozu in Shilla, at Yasakago in Otagi-gun, Yamashiro province, and received the name "Yasaka-no-Miyatsuko".
  309. According to shrine records, it was built in 825.
  310. According to so-called 'kamijima-ke bunsho' (Documents of the Kamijima family), Motomasa was assassinated by the 'Shiba clan.'
  311. According to so-called Gishiwajinden (The History of the Wei Dynasty) in Sangokushi (Annals of the Three Kingdoms), when Princess Himiko of Yamataikoku Kingdom dispatched envoys to Gi in 239, she was given from Emperor a golden stamp "Shingi Wao" (the title of the king of Wa (Japan)) and a hundred of bronze mirrors.
  312. According to some Korean historians and Korean textbooks, this agreement was the direct cause of Japan's colonization of Korea.
  313. According to some cases using a straw gun, they may be associated with a similar event, tokanya (the night on the 10th day of October) held on October 10 in the east of Japan.
  314. According to some documents such as "Kansei Choshu Shokafu" (genealogies of vassals in the Edo bakufu, Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), the Kuroda clan was said to originate from the samurai class in Kuroda Village, Ika County, Omi Province (presently Kuroda, Kinomoto-cho, Ika-gun, Shiga Prefecture), but this remains uncertain.
  315. According to some documents, Kuranosuke OISHI produced two death haiku although it is generally thought that he produced only one.
  316. According to some documents, his name is read Nobuyoshi or Shinkichi.
  317. According to some genealogies, FUJIWARA no Yorito, a remote ancestor of the Oshu Fujiwara clan, was "Taro (a word used to express the first, biggest or best things) Taihu (officers whose rank were Goi [Fifth Rank] or above), a resident of Shimousa Province," but it is not clear how and why he moved to Mutsu Province (later, Rikuchu Province).
  318. According to some genealogies, the following people are considered Kakimon-in's children: Emperor Chokei (Imperial Prince Yutanari), Emperor Gokameyama (Imperial Prince Hironari), Imperial Prince Yasunari, and Imperial Princess Ryoshi/Nagako.
  319. According to some historical materials, Muneharu often met with Sadamune ISE afterward.
  320. According to some historical materials, he died in the Hogen War or the Heiji War.
  321. According to some historical records remaining today, there was an old children's song in Sakamoto at the base of Mt. Hiei, the lyrics of which included a passage saying, 'what do those monks on the mountain eat, Grilled yuba and pickled vegetables.'
  322. According to some legends, she was called Chujo Hime because the rank of Chujo had been granted by the emperor; it is also considered that the word 'chu' (中, which was also pronounced as 'naka') had a significant meaning.
  323. According to some legends, she went after Yoshitsune along with her maids, and there are tombstones believed to be her grave remaining in Sekigahara Town of Gifu Prefecture, Maebashi City of Gunma Prefecture, Koriyama Town (currently, Kagoshima City) of Kagoshima Prefecture and Hanno City of Saitama Prefecture.
  324. According to some literature, Imperial Prince Kuzuwara, his father, was granted the family name of Taira for his descendants before Prince Takami was born.
  325. According to some old diagrams at the Hasshin-den, the main buildings enshrining each god were independent of one another, and the eight main buildings facing east extended north to south to the northwest of the sai-in in the Department of Worship.
  326. According to some old documents at Ryoun-ji Temple, the Imperial Prince Yasuhito let his second son enter into the priesthood and sent him to study under Fumyo kokushi (the Most Reverend Priest) who established Kyoto Shokoku-ji Temple.
  327. According to some opinions, this book is the first one in which a recognition of history was clearly described.
  328. According to some people, Mineo adopted a boy named TAKASHIMA no Morohisa, who was born between the Imperial Princess and ARIWARA no Narihira by adultery, and had him succeed Mineo.
  329. According to some people, he was a Doctor Dosan MANASE's niece's husband and learned the art of tea ceremony from Joo TAKENO.
  330. According to some reasons such as securing gold and silver metal, however, the bimetallism became a mere formality that only silver coins circulated.
  331. According to some record, the total amount of Keicho Oban minted is 16,565; however, as 15,080 Meirekiban (Keicho Ogan minted during the Meireki era) were minted, it is not clear what range does this record cover.
  332. According to some records, he was a son of Futodama (the god of rituals).
  333. According to some records, the Toshima clan set up a business of water transport in Tosa and Kii provinces where Tokimitsu's father Tomotsune and his grand-father Aritsune TOSHIMA were governors, respectively.
  334. According to some researchers including Shigeru MIZUKI, yokai cartoonist, 'Heiroku is a yokai which brandishes a Kotobure paper (a piece of paper with a handwritten message), claiming it an oracle, and spreads false rumors to confuse people.'
  335. According to some scholars, its name suggests that Komainu is a dog from Koma (Goryeo).
  336. According to some sources, his real name was Tsuneharu.
  337. According to some theories, attempts were made to adopt the Ritsuryo system during Empress Suiko's reign, from the end of the 6th century to the beginning of the 7th century.
  338. According to some theories, the birthplace of Nukata no Okimi may be traced back to the former Nukata no sato village, Hegurino-kori in Yamato Province (the present-day Yamatokoriyama City, Nara Prefecture) or the eastern part of Shimane Prefecture (formerly Ou-no-kori in Izumo Province).
  339. According to some, it is said that he became an adopted son of his elder brother, Yorimitsu.
  340. According to some, this shows that trade with the Emishi in Hokkaido, which Akita-jo Castle had monopolized, was taken over by the emerging class of people in these regions.
  341. According to sources including "Hosokawa Ryoke Ki " (Record of the two houses of Hosokawa), when Yagi-jo Castle fell in October, 1553, Kunisada NAITO also died in the battle.
  342. According to sources including "Keijo Manjuzenji-ki," the Rokujo Mido was built by the grieving Emperor Shirakawa in order to pray for the soul of his wife Yuhomonin (Imperial Princess Teiko) who died in 1096 aged 21.
  343. According to sources like the Kojiki and the Nihonshoki, the Zuisho-wakoku-den (Chronicles of the Sui Dynasty), and Shinto ritual prayers, in the provincial patriarchal society under the pre-Taika era, law existed in a form not yet completely detached from the trial by ordeal system and religion.
  344. According to sources such as "Mia Shonin Gyojo"(Documents about Mia Shonin ('Mia Shonin' being Shokai)), Kankiko-ji Temple was founded under the name Zendo-ji Temple at Yawata, Tsuzuki-gun County (present-day Yawata City, Kyoto Prefecture) in 1291.
  345. According to statistical data about the number of days when a sandstorm was generated in the area from Dunhuang City to Hexi Corridor, slightly less than 50 percent of the occurrences were concentrated in the three months of spring.
  346. According to statistics compiled by the Kyoto Prefectural Government, the average number of passengers a day in fiscal year 2006 was 15,496.
  347. According to statistics compiled by the Kyoto Prefectural Government, the average number of passengers a day in fiscal year 2006 was 4,690.
  348. According to statistics compiled by the Kyoto Prefectural Government, the average number of passengers daily in fiscal year 2006 was 9,877.
  349. According to statistics released by Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in November 2008, its cropping acreage was 17,400 hectares, its total harvest 122,000 tons, and the total shipment 103,600 tons.
  350. According to statistics, the ratio of fine weather on July 7 of the old calendar is about 53% (Tokyo) and it is not particularly high.
  351. According to such an analysis, a snake or dragon at the bottom of the sea can be seen as a mother symbol.
  352. According to such documents as "Okagami" (The Great Mirror) and "Makura no soshi" (The Pillow Book), Michitaka had a free-hearted side such that he was a cheerful hard-drinking man who enjoyed witty remarks.
  353. According to such literature as "Daiki" (Diary of FUJIWARA no Yorinaga) or the collection of reference materials "Sagan," the records of Yanagiwara family, he was awarded the Emperor's Order of Ichinokami (Top of Court Nobles) during 938 and 947 in his service as Dainagon.
  354. According to surveys of watershed areas of each river, it is believed that the Yura-gawa River used to connect to the Kako-gawa River via the Haze-gawa River (Takeda-gawa River), and run southward.
  355. According to survivor, Corporal Ohara, they had no spare gloves and socks to change into when their clothes got wet.
  356. According to temple legend, Choho-ji Temple was founded before the relocation of the capital city to Heiankyo in the year 794.
  357. According to temple legend, Gyoki constructed Kadonoi-dera Temple in the year 713 by the order of Emperor Genmei to pray for industrial prosperity.
  358. According to temple legend, Izumo-ji Temple, the predecessor of Bishamon-do Temple, was founded by Gyoki in 703 under the order of the Emperor Monmu.
  359. According to temple legend, Otokuni-dera Temple is an ancient temple that was founded by the Prince Shotoku under the order of the Emperor Suiko.
  360. According to temple legend, Saimyo-ji Temple was founded between 824 and 834 by Chisen Daitoku, a leading disciple of Kukai (Kobo Daishi), as a branch temple of Jingo-ji Temple.
  361. According to temple legend, it is reputed to have been founded by En no Ozunu between the years 672 and 686.
  362. According to temple legend, it is said to have been founded at the start of the Heian Period by the monk Kukai.
  363. According to temple legend, it was established in the year 594 by Prince Shotoku to pray for the soul of his late father, Emperor Yomei and the first abbess is said to have been the prince's wet nurse, Tamateru-hime (Ezen-ni).
  364. According to temple legend, it was founded by Prince Shotoku and called Chinzan-ji Temple, and later between 810 and 824 was resided in by Kukai who named it Josen-ji Temple.
  365. According to temple legend, it was founded during the Nara period by the monk Gyoki and restored in the 10th century by Kokei.
  366. According to temple legend, it was founded in 704 by Shino Shonin on the order of Emperor Monmu, but the temple's pre-medieval history cannot be determined for sure.
  367. According to temple legend, it was founded in the year 829 by Imperial Prince Takaoka (799-865).
  368. According to temple legend, the Tai-an Teahouse was originally a two-tatami mat sized fixed hearth teahouse built by SEN no Rikyu at the camp of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI during the Battle of Yamazaki in 1582 which was then disassembled and relocated to its current site.
  369. According to temple legend, the location of Saiho-ji Temple (西芳寺) was formerly the site of Prince Shotoku's villa, which Nara period monk Gyoki converted to a Hosso Sect temple known as 'Saiho-ji Temple (西方寺)' (a homophone of the current name) dedicated to the principal image Amida Nyorai.
  370. According to temple legend, the statue was created by the middle aged Nippo and transferred from Jusen-ji Temple in Kazusa to Honmon-ji Temple on Mt. Seiryu by Nichiben.
  371. According to temple legend, this statue was created by Jikaku Daishi and devoutly worshipped by the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa.
  372. According to temple legends, Genku-ji Temple used to be the thatched hut where Renjobo Ninku was chief priest.
  373. According to temple records, the temple was founded in 808 on the order of Emperor Heizei.
  374. According to temple's lore, Shijoko Nyorai is represented at the center of the hanging scroll (made in 1596) by the siddham seed-syllable 'bhruuM' and surrounded by representations of the eight great bodhisattvas.
  375. According to that document, the will said 'I should have told you my motive of that incident, I know you are getting suspicious'
  376. According to that historical event, it has been worshipped until now as a sacred place in Chinese Buddhism, as have Mt. Wutai Shan of Monju Bosatsu, Mt. Emeishan of Fugen Bosatsu and Mt. Putuo of Kannon Bosatsu.
  377. According to that record, Rikyu inherited the traditional style of tea ceremony until he was 60, and began to establish his own style after 61 (when the incident at Honno-ji Temple occurred).
  378. According to that record, when Japanese paper was pasted on the surface in order to unglue Mandala from the board and water was poured, Mandala was taken off with a big sound.
  379. According to that research, the articles from heijutsu saku, November of koin year to kibi saku, October 399 were based on Giho reki, and those from koshin saku, September 456 to teigai saku, December 667 were based on Genka reki.
  380. According to that song, Taira no Atsumori, who is generally considered to have been killed by Naozane KUMAGAI, survived in reality and escaped to Shobara.
  381. According to that story, he was attracted by young woman's white shins who was washing clothes on the shore of Kume-gawa River, lost divine power, fell down from heaven and married with that woman.
  382. According to that theory, Ahura Mazda, the supreme god of light, is an original model of 無量光如来 and Zurvan, the god of immeasurable time, is an original model of 無量寿如来.
  383. According to that theory, the person who had departed for Aizu leading officers was either Masachika KUMEBE or Saisuke YASUTOMI.
  384. According to that theory, the person who was grieving was not Yuien but Shinran.
  385. According to that thesis, other immeasurable Buddhas are the Trace Buddha, who is only a copy of the original Buddha Shakuson, so that if you see him as the moon the other Buddha will be 1,000 moons reflected in a rice terrace.
  386. According to that tradition, Prince Shotoku erected 48 temples in Omi Province, and Ishido-ji Temple was the 48th temple with the fulfillment of a vow, and it was called Hongan (which literally means main wish) Joju-ji Temple.
  387. According to that, Ganryu Kojiro was a vassal of Seigen TODA; he always acted as the opponent for Seigen at lessons of the sword, and became to use a thick and long sword of san-shaku (ninety centimeters length); at the age of eighteen, he developed his own style and called himself Ganryu.
  388. According to that, Ganryu promised a fight with Musashi, and when he was about to cross to Funa-shima Island from Isaki, local men stopped him.
  389. According to that, Musashi stopped his disciples who tried to follow him, because a fight between groups was against the law.
  390. According to that, the king Enma watches people closely as Jizo Bosatsu so that he can fairly bring the dead to justice.
  391. According to that, when Matsu returned home, the paper screens were stained in bloody red and Soma had already committed disembowelment without being assisted.
  392. According to the "Army dress code system" (1900 imperial edict No. 364), the Gobosei was embroidered on the caps of the Imperial Army from taisho (general) to soldiers.
  393. According to the "August 10, 806" section of "Nihon Kouki" (third of the six classical Japanese history texts), a ruling was made by the Emperor on a case filed and fought by the Nakatomi and Inbe clans for over a long period of time.
  394. According to the "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), he was also known as Dewa zenji.
  395. According to the "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), it is said that after Yoritomo raised his army in August of the same year, Yoshihiro and Yukiie together met Yoritomo after the battle of Kinsa-jo Castle in November.
  396. According to the "Azuma kagami" (Mirror of the East), TAIRA no Shigenari was the last person to be appointed Akita Jonosuke, until in 1218 the shogunate appointed Kagemori ADACHI, leader of the powerful Adachi clan, to the position of Dewa no suke (assistant governor of Dewa), and started calling him Akita Jonosuke.
  397. According to the "Azuma kagami," Tokiko jumped holding the Sword and Jewels, while it was Lady Azechi who jumped holding Emperor Antoku.
  398. According to the "Bugei Shoden," Kaginosuke prayed to the God of Mt. Hakuun (the old name of Mt. Myogi) in Kozuke Province, and founded the Togun-ryu school.
  399. According to the "Buyashokudan," during Ietsuna's childhood, when he went up to the keep of Edo-jo Castle shortly after his assuming the position of Shogun, an attendant invited him to look through a telescope, but Ietsuna refused, saying, 'Even though I am young, I am still a Shogun.
  400. According to the "Chikurin-ji Temple History" penned by a monk named Jakumetsu about five centuries later in 1235, in that same year he and his peers followed the orders Gyoki gave him in a dream and dug up his grave at Mount Ikoma-yama, and discovered articles such as a urn and an epitaph.
  401. According to the "Chomonju" (Collected Anecdotes (Ancient and Modern)) this was in order to surpass FUJIWARA no Sanenaga, who in turn had risen beyond him in rank while working in the same department.
  402. According to the "Chuyu-ki," Yoshiie and Yoshitsuna chased and captured warrior monks from Mount Hiei on October 30, 1104, but this was Yoshiie's last official activity.
  403. According to the "Documents of the Ryoun-ji temple," during the era of Eiroku and Tensho, 'Omiya sama' used to live in this temple, as he was during military service in the Takeda forces, the temple was attached by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, he burnt the temple and escaped to Shinshu (1580).
  404. According to the "Ehon Taikoki" (The Illustrated Chronicles of the Regent)
  405. According to the "Ena Sosho" written by Naosuke ABE (阿部直輔) in the Meiji period, Mitsuyasu AKECHI, Mitsuharu AKECHI's father as well as Mitsuhide AKECHI's uncle, was identified as Kageyuki TOYAMA, the lord of the Akechi-jo Castle in Mino Province.
  406. According to the "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), he was buried in Kataoka no Ashitaka graveyard and Mr. Tsukaguchi guesses that to be Hirano Tsukaanayama Tumulus (square tumulus, 18 m sides, national historical site).
  407. According to the "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), he was buried in Sugawara no Fushimino Higashino Misasagi (the east mausoleum of Sugawara no Fushimi).
  408. According to the "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), shiroki was sake brewed from rice harvested from shinden (fields affiliated with a shrine) and filtered as it was, while kuroki was darkened by adding the ash of burned grass roots to shiroki.
  409. According to the "Engishiki," Wakasa Province was obligated to supply 'small fish' every ten days, 'sapid marine products' for every seasonal festival, and additionally 'raw salmon, seaweed, mozuku (alga-like seaweed), and wasabi' once a year as offerings.
  410. According to the "Enkishiki"(the book of laws and regulation edited in the Heian Period and "Chronicles of Japan", the Emperor Kinmei was buried in Hinokuma no saka Ai no Misasagi in Nara Prefecture.
  411. According to the "Family Tree of the Wakasa Obama Sugimoto-in Temple," Toshichika KUSUNOKI, the son of Masataka KUSUNOKI, had a son named Sadataka SUGIMOTO.
  412. According to the "Fuso-Ryakki," on September 14, 1081, with the kebiishi (police and judicial chief), he chased and captured a warrior monk from Onjo-ji Temple.
  413. According to the "Genpei Seisui Ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans), after the decline of the Taira clan, he killed TAIRA no Munemori's child, TAIRA no Yoshimune, who was a captive, on the orders of Yoshitsune.
  414. According to the "Genpei Seisuiki" ("The Rise and Decline of the Minamoto and Taira Clans"), Tadatsuna was derided and nicknamed 'Umano-suke,' (Governor of Noon) because he was Osuke (governor) of Kozuke Province only for the hours of Uma no koku (around noon) between Mi no koku (around 11 am) and Hitsuji no koku (around 1 pm).
  415. According to the "Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool), Sukemori asked the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa, with whom he was in favor, to allow him to stay in the capital, but was refused.
  416. According to the "Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool), which was a record of the Kyoto side, Yoriie had hoped to become a priest and pass everything onto his son Ichiman because of a serious disease.
  417. According to the "Gukansho" (Record of Foolish Random Thoughts), when Yorimichi was requested to submit documents, he responded: 'I have none of those, so I don't mind if you confiscate everything'; it is reported that only Yorimichi's manor was exempted from submitting documents.
  418. According to the "Gukansho" (The Jottings of a Fool), Masako and Kaneko discussed the idea of having the Retired Emperor Gotoba's son become the childless Sanetomo's successor.
  419. According to the "Gukansho," Narichika was considered a young court noble of no significance.
  420. According to the "Gukansho," when Goshirakawa made a visit to Joken's Shishigatani mountain retreat, FUJIWARA no Narichika, Saiko and Shunkan met together to talk about plans to destroy the Taira clan and Yukitsuna was called and given 30 rolls of Uji fabric to make white flags for the launch.
  421. According to the "Gunkan", Katsuyori called off his second daughter's engagement with Katsuchiyo ANAYAMA, the legitimate son of Nobukimi ANAYAMA, which was his promise with ANAYAMA, and had her marry the son of Nobutoyo in 1581.
  422. According to the "Gyokuyo," written by Kanezane KUJO, Yoshikane tried to attack Kyoto no matter what, but Kai-Genji (Minamoto clan) sent an envoy to tell Yoshikane to hold back until reinforcement arrives because if he attacked with an outnumbered army, he may be turned away.
  423. According to the "Heiji monogatari" Nobuyori did become Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards), but no trace of this event is recorded in the "Gukansho."
  424. According to the "Heike Monogatari " (The Tale of the Heike), Kiyomori was totally forgetful of the rank of Yorimasa; Yorimasa, trying to put Kiyomori in mind that he kept the rank of Shoshii for so many years, composed the following waka poem:
  425. According to the "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heike), she was the daughter of Tegoshi choja (the chieftain of Tegoshi) in Suruga Province.
  426. According to the "Heike Monogatari" (The Tales of the Taira Family), it was Fukui no sho Geshi (administrator of Fukui no sho manor), Jiro-dayu Tomokata, who set fire to private houses for light, but inadvertently caused a terrible disaster when the fire caught the wind and spread.
  427. According to the "Heike Monogatari," Senju became a Buddhist priest and entered Zenko-ji Temple in Shinano Province to pray to Buddha for the happiness of the late Shigehira.
  428. According to the "Heike Monogatari," he visited Kenreimonin to say farewell before he left the capital and, therefore, it seems that he was allowed a certain level of freedom of activities.
  429. According to the "Heike Monogatari," his last words at his execution are said to have been--'Has Uemon no kami (Kiyomune) already been executed as well?' showing his consideration for his son.
  430. According to the "Heike monogatari," Tomomori hid soldiers on the large Chinese ship that was normally the Taira flagship, and where Emperor Antoku usually was, as part of a stratagem to lure the Kamakura warships in and surround them.
  431. According to the "Heike monogatari," it was at this moment that 300 navy ships of Shigenori AWA switched sides, turning against the Taira clan.
  432. According to the "Heike monogatari," it was because he recited a waka (a 31-syllable classical Japanese poem) lamenting his obscure status that, when Kiyomori learned of it, made him realize 'I forgot about Yorimas' and therefore, he recommended him for promotion.
  433. According to the "Heike monogatari," leaders at the war council held before the battle wished to have commander Kagetoki KAJIWARA lead the vanguard in the battle, but Yoshitsune spurned their advice and appointed himself leader of the vanguard.
  434. According to the "Heike monogatari," the motive for the uprising was that Yorimasa's son and heir Nakatsuna had become embroiled in discord with TAIRA no Munemori (Kiyomori's third son) over a horse.
  435. According to the "Heike monogatari," the one who revealed the plot was the Kumano betto (head priest) Tanzo.
  436. According to the "Hirobumi ITO Biography," Sanjo and other listened silently without discussing pros and cons for this but in fact, it is said that they provoked Okubo and others antipathy.
  437. According to the "History of Ashikaga City" issued in 1928, the age was mistaken for 28; it estimates the birth year as 1082 by reverse calculation.
  438. According to the "Hitotsuyanagi Kaki," he was in charge of a mission to spy on Katsuie SHIBATA's army and also performed a great feat of Ichiban-yari (being the first to thrust a spear at an enemy soldier) as one of the warriors on the front line.
  439. According to the "Hojoki," Soun sent gifts to Fujiyori OMORI from time to time and Fujiyori, who was at first on guard, became cordial and held friendly talks with him.
  440. According to the "Honcho seiki" (Chronicle of Imperial Reigns), Kugonin managing Miineta in Ishikawa County, Kawachi Province, came up to Kyoto and complained of difficult situations in 1149.
  441. According to the "Hosokawa ryoke ki" (Record of the Two Houses of Hosokawa), the problem was that Masamoto let his vassals conduct the governmental affairs and became carried away with shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts).
  442. According to the "Hosokawa ryoke ki" (Record of the two houses of Hosokawa), on March 5, 1562, an army of Takamasa HATAKEYAMA and Munefusa YASUMI attacked Kumeda, where Yoshitaka MIYOSHI was taking position.
  443. According to the "Imakagami" (The Mirror of the Present), there is an anecdote that Takamitsu once had had a pocket paper folded in the shape of a shaku (a wooden mace) instead of the real mace, which he was to hold in his hand when wearing sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress).
  444. According to the "Inryoken Nichiroku" (Dietary Life of Zen Priests), he was admitted to the priesthood initially and called 'Shugijisha' ("jisha" means "an attendant who serves the chief priest").
  445. According to the "Jijinshu," an essay on kabuki by Kichizaemon KANEKO, Tojuro pursued realism.
  446. According to the "Jogu Shotoku Hoo Teisetsu" (Biography of Shotoku Taishi), Umayato no Toyotomimi no Shotokuhoo had children including Yamashiro no Oe no O.
  447. According to the "Joijorei," the court rank from Jushii upwards was conferred by "Chokuju" (Imperial grace through the Minister of the Imperial Household), and that from Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank) downwards was conferred with "Soju" (Imperial approval and made public by the Minister of the Imperial Household).
  448. According to the "Jokyu ki" (Chronicle of the Jokyu Era), the routed generals of the capital faction, Hideyasu FUJIWARA, Taneyoshi MIURA, and Shigetada YAMADA, intended to fight to the last and rushed to the imperial palace to make their stand, but the retired Emperor Gotoba had ordered the gates firmly shut and turned them away.
  449. According to the "Kaifuso," he had a gentle personality.
  450. According to the "Kakai-sho" by Yoshinari YOTSUTSUJI, she had been shutting herself up in the Ishiyama-dera Temple and thinking up the plan for her new novel, which had been requested by the Imperial Princess Senshi, the daughter of the Emperor Murakami.
  451. According to the "Kanmon Nikki" (Kanmon Diary), Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA referred to the kanji character of the Emperor's initial posthumous name, 'Mihito', saying "it is not ideal to have an archery bow together with a body," he then consulted with Gakuin Ekatsu and changed the kanji character from '躬' (Mihito) to '實' (Mihito).
  452. According to the "Kanmon Nikki" of the Imperial Prince Sadafusa (written on February 7, 1431 (old calendar)), 'the normal kaisho such as the Oku gokaisho and Hashi gokaisho both had Shogon (decorations related to Buddhism) and jewelries, which was surprising to the eyes.
  453. According to the "Kanshoku konan" ("官職今案") by Tomokiyo TAKADA, during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), as with Dainagon, there were only temporary personnel and official personnel were nonexistent.
  454. According to the "Keitokudentoroku" (books of the genealogy of Zen Buddhism, consisting of biographies of priests in India and China), he was the 28th leader counting from Shaka (Shkyamuni).
  455. According to the "Kennaiki" (1447), it is known that he was the son of Imperial Prince Tokiwainomiya Mitsuhito, and he had already become a priest by that time, and his 3rd son was 12 or 13 years old.
  456. According to the "Kinpisho" (Records of the history and origin of imperial court ceremonies which set forth the rules and etiquette for carrying out such ceremonies), a practical guide to Yusoku kojitsu (court and samurai rules of ceremony and etiquette) written by Emperor Juntoku, there were once famous biwa called "genjo" and "bokuba."
  457. According to the "Kogoshui," Amenomahitotsu no Kami is a child of Amatsuhikone no Mikoto.
  458. According to the "Kojien" dictionary, the characters for 'debana' should be '出花' as opposed to '出端,'
  459. According to the "Kojiki" (Record of Ancient Matters), Oehime was SOGA no Kitashihime's aunt.
  460. According to the "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters), Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) granted the Yasaka no Magatama (the sacred jewel), the mirror and the Kusanagi no Tsurugi (another name for the Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi) to Hikoho no Ninigi no mikoto.
  461. According to the "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters), the appearance of the evil Yasomagatsuhi no kami and Omagatsuhi no kami was followed by the production of three deities: Kaminahobi no kami, Onahobi no kami, and Izunome.
  462. According to the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), Ioto no miya was an imperial palace established in the capital of ancient Japan (in the early days of the Yamato dynasty).
  463. According to the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and the main text and the first addendum to the Nihonshoki, he was the third son, but the second addendum mentions he was the second son and the fourth addendum describes him as the fourth son, however the third addendum to the Nihonshoki did not mention him.
  464. According to the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), Kinashi no karu no miko was formally installed as Crown Prince in A.D. 434.
  465. According to the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), he was a prince of the first emperor of Japan, the Emperor Jinmu.
  466. According to the "Kojiki" (the Record of Ancient Matters), Amaterasu Omikami said to her grandchild, Ninigi-no Mikoto: 'Ashihara no nakatsukuni is a country which you should rule.'
  467. According to the "Kojiki" and the "Nihon Shoki," he was a prince of the Emperor Kosho; and his mother was Yosotarashihime (this name is described in the text of the "Nihon Shoki"; in the "Kojiki," she is referred to as Yosotahobime no mikoto or Hiokihime).
  468. According to the "Kojiki" and the "Nihonshoki," the Emperor Chuai met his demise during the Shiragi seito (the Conquest of Silla [an ancient Korean Kingdom]) afterward the Empress Jingu gave birth to the Emperor Ojin (he would become the Emperor Ojin).
  469. According to the "Kojiki" and the "Nihonshoki," the Emperor Chuai met with his demise during the Shiragi seito (the Conquest of Silla [ancient Korean Kingdom]), and then Empress Jingu gave birth to Homutawake no Mikoto (later, he became the Emperor Ojin.)
  470. According to the "Kojiki" and the "Nihonshoki," while Emperor Jinmu and his army were advancing eastward, they were overcome by a noxious gas emitted by evil kami at Kumano, and rendered unconsious.
  471. According to the "Kojiki" and the main text of "Nihonshoki," Shitateruhime married Amenowakahiko who was sent from Takamanohara (plain of high heaven) to pacify Ashihara no Nakatsukuni (the Central Land of Reed Plains).
  472. According to the "Kojiki," "Sotoorihime" was another name of Karu no oiratsume who was a princess of Emperor Ingyo, and she broke a taboo by having an affair with Karu no hitsugi no miko who was her older brother-uterine.
  473. According to the "Kojiki," Himetataraisuzuhime was a daughter of the Omononushi (considered as the calm spirit of Okuninushi (great land master), who was a descendant of Susano-O (the storm deity)) and Seyadatarahime.
  474. According to the "Kojiki," Ichikishimahime, who was also called Sayoribime no mikoto, was the second-born deity and was enshrined at Nakatsunomiya Shrine, part of Munakata Taisha Shrine (Munakata City, Fukuoka Prefecture).
  475. According to the "Kojiki," Inahi no mikoto entered into the sea toward Kana no kuni Country, that is to say, toward the ocean.
  476. According to the "Kojiki," before enthronement, Oe no izahowake no mikoto (the future Emperor Richu) escaped from Naniwa Kozu-gu Palace to Isonokami-jingu Shrine upon rebellion of Suminoe no nakatsu miko who, in the disguise of Oe, had deceived Oe's fiancee, Kurohime, and had intercourse with her.
  477. According to the "Kojiki," he is considered as an ancestor of the Mamuta no muraji and Teshima no muraji (手島連) clans.
  478. According to the "Kojiki," he was a child of Ninigi and Konohana no sakuya-bime.
  479. According to the "Kojiki," the father of Prince Kanimeikazuchi was Prince Yamashirono Ootsutsukimawaka, and the mother of Prince Kanimeikazuchi was Taniwa no Ajisawabime who was a daughter of Irine no Miko.
  480. According to the "Kojiki," the father of Prince Yamashiro no Otsutsukimawaka was Prince Hikoimasu (Hikoimasu no miko), and his mother was Oketsuhime no Mikoto.
  481. According to the "Kojiki," the year of his demise which is 'the seventh month in the year of Teach or Hinoto no ushi (according to the Chinese sexagenary cycle)' corresponds to the year 437 CE, and as a result of back calculation his year of birth corresponds to the year 378 CE, which was nine years after the birth of his elder brother, Emperor Richu.
  482. According to the "Kojitsu shuyo"(the book of old customs and manners), at first, a Yin Yang master Daikoku in Eboshi (aJapanese head gear) and Suou (formal uniform) stands in the center of the garden and plays musical accompaniment,
  483. According to the "Konjaku monogatari shu" (The Tale of Times Now Past), he accompanied the exorcism that his father was asked to do, and told his father, Tadayuki, that he saw numerous oni (Japanese ogre) gather around the offering at the time of the exorcism.
  484. According to the "Koyo Gunkan" (a record of the military exploits of the Takeda family), the origins of the confrontation with Shingen lay in the Fourth Battle of Kawanakajima and Yoshinobu's disapproval of his paternal younger brother, Katsuyori SUWA (Katsuyori TAKEDA) becoming the lord of Takato-jo Castle.
  485. According to the "Koyo Gunkan" (record of the military exploits of the Takeda family) compiled in the Edo period, Nobutora was rude and arrogant.
  486. According to the "Koyo Gunkan", Nobutoyo was in the position of assisting Katsuyori with Nobukimi ANAYAMA among the TAKEDA vassals.
  487. According to the "Kugyobunin" (directory of court nobles), he served five emperors, from Emperor Ingyo to Emperor Kenzo as Omuraji (hereditary title).
  488. According to the "Kugyobunin" (directory of court nobles), his father is thought to be OTOMO no Takemochi but this is unconvinced because of the different generations.
  489. According to the "Manyoshu" (4-759), he is known to have lived in the village of Tamura (currently Amatsuji-machi, Nara City, Nara Prefecture), and at that time, he was an Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right).
  490. According to the "Masukagami" historical tale, he was sent back to Kyoto upside down on a crude 'wickerwork mikoshi portable shrine.'
  491. According to the "Mikawa Monogatari" (Tales from Mikawa), Nobunaga's first word when he realized something happened at Honno-ji Temple was 'Did jo no suke betray me? (Did Nobutada rebel?)'
  492. According to the "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" (Veritable Records of Three Reigns of Japan), a report was received from monks based overseas in Tang saying that the Imperial Prince had died in a country called Raetsu (presumed to be located on the southern edge of the Malay peninsula) sixteen years later in 881.
  493. According to the "Nihon Shoki" (The Chronicles of Japan), its history goes back to a time when Emperor Jito invited and appointed Shugen ZOKU and Kokaku SATSU to become Professors of Ondo in 691.
  494. According to the "Nihon Shoki," Kanamura approved the demand of ceding Minama four prefectures from Baekje in 512 and let Gokyo Hakase visit instead.
  495. According to the "Nihon Shoki," each of these generals was dispatched to Kuga no michi (Hokuriku circuit), Umitsu michi (Tokai circuit), Nishi no michi (Sanyo circuit) and Tanba michi (Sanin circuit), in the 10th year of Emperor Sujin's reign (88 B.C. ?)
  496. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) cited as follows, there was a grave concern for safety assurance in the background of the construction of the Mizuki.
  497. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), Emperor Tenmu founded Yakushi-ji Temple in Asuka in 680 to pray that Empress Uno-no-Sarara, the later Empress Jito, might recover from an illness.
  498. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), SOGA no Umako decided to build Hoko-ji Temple in 587.
  499. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), Shushi KISHITSU was given the rank of Shokinge in February, 665.
  500. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), after Emperor Chuai died, the successor to the Imperial throne, Emperor Ojin was just born, thus his mother, Empress Jungu became the regent.
  501. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), her father is Susanoo, her older brother is Isotakeru, and her younger sister is Tsumatsu-hime.
  502. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), it is Karu no oiratsume who was deported to Iyo Province in A.D. 435 after the incestuous affair with Kinashi no karu no miko, and he was forced to death by Anaho no miko in A.D. 453, the year when Emperor Ingyo demised.
  503. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), it is said that she was the wife of SOGA no Umako (her name not specified).
  504. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), many clans who called themselves Muraji could be descendants of the gods other than those of the Imperial Family's.
  505. According to the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), many clans with the kabane of Omi were descended from the emperors before the period of the Emperor Keitai.
  506. According to the "Nihonshoki" (the Chronicles of Japan), the first miyake was established in 3 B.C.
  507. According to the "Nihonshoki" (the oldest chronicles of Japan), he came over Japan in April, 597 and made a portrait of Prince Shotoku.
  508. According to the "Nihonshoki" Chronicles, Iwanaga-hime put a curse on the pregnant Konohanano sakuya bime, which caused human life to become shorter.
  509. According to the "Nihonshoki" edited in the seventh century, there were some palace buildings named such as Uchi no Andono in Asuka no Kiyomihara no Miya Palace.
  510. According to the "Nihonshoki", the principal image of the middle kondo of Hoko-ji Temple, the statues of the Shakyamuni Buddha Triad are said to have been begun by Kuratsukurinotori in 605 and finished in 606.
  511. According to the "Nihonshoki", the starting point of the Japanese dynasty was the first day of the first month in 660 BC when Emperor Jinmu founded the Japanese empire.
  512. According to the "Nihonshoki," Buddha's ashes were buried under the central foundation stone of the pagoda in 593.
  513. According to the "Nihonshoki," Tsukushi-no-murotsumi was used to entertain 全霜林, an envoy of the Silla Kingdom in 688.
  514. According to the "Nihonshoki," Yamato Takeru and this Oousu no Mikoto are considered to be twins.
  515. According to the "Nihonshoki," and other historical books, in 114, Prince Oousu ran away because he was afraid of the order, the Emishi Seito (the conquest of Emishi, who were a group of people living in the northern part of land) and was then confined in Mino Province.
  516. According to the "Nihonshoki," because Ominagi as a uneme (a court lady) had became pregnant with the Emperor Yuryaku after spending only one night; then the Emperor Yuryaku had doubts as to whether this daughter (Princess Kasuga no Oiratsume) was truly his child or not, and he did not raise her as her own.
  517. According to the "Nihonshoki," in ancient times, the heaven and the earth were not separated, and they were mixed together, being in a state of chaos.
  518. According to the "Nihonshoki," in the letter brought by Haiseisei (裴世清) was written '皇帝問倭皇' (the Sui Emperor asks the King of Wa).
  519. According to the "Nihonshoki," prior to the Jinmu tosei (eastern expedition of the Emperor Jinmu), Nigihayahi received ten kinds of Shinpo (ten kinds of sacred treasures) from Amaterasu and he took Amenoiwafune ship to descend to Kawakami in Kawachi Province (Katano City, Osaka Prefecture).
  520. According to the "Nihonshoki," she was a younger sister of Emperor Ingyo's empress Oshisaka no onakatsunohime and was called Otohime (youngest princess) and also, she is described as having been a princess in favor with Emperor Ingyo.
  521. According to the "Nihonshoki," the Prince Umayado (the Prince Shotoku), who was a cousin to her, supported the Empressr Suiko then in power as a crown prince and Sessho (regent).
  522. According to the "Nintokugi" (Chronicle of Emperor Nintoku), he exterminated a double faced specter called 'Ryomensukuna,' who did not swear his allegiance to the Imperial family.
  523. According to the "Ogamo family tree," Emperor Tenchi granted the title "Ogamo" to OGAMO no Nushi, whose years of birth and death are unknown, with the rank of jushii (junior fourth rank) in 665, and he was allowed to become a member of the Office of Waka.
  524. According to the "Okagami", he became a wraith who haunted Morosuke and his descendants after holding a grudge against FUJIWARA no Motokata and Morosuke.
  525. According to the "Osuminokuni Fudoki" (the records of the geography of Osumi Province), initial Japanese sake was also a sort of such alcohol (refer to the section of Ancient Times in the article of History of Japanese Sake).
  526. According to the "Ouchi-shi Okite-gaki (rules set by Mr. Ouchi)," they were called kobo-kai as well as shugo-gai as some used their official powers and force of arms to coerce sales.
  527. According to the "Quality Labeling Standard for Dried Noodles" of the Japan Agricultural Standards (JAS), machine-made noodles should be between 1.3 mm and 1.7 mm in diameter (it is also possible to use the label 'thin udon noodles' in cases where this standard is satisfied).
  528. According to the "Rangaku Kotohajime" (The Beginning of Dutch Studies), Genpaku's self memoirs, Junan NAKAGAWA visited Genpaku in 1771 with a Dutch medical science book, "Ontleedkundige Tafelen," which was borrowed from the Dutch trading house.
  529. According to the "Registered tangible folk cultural properties registration criteria", it shall meet one of the following criteria.
  530. According to the "Regulations concerning the status levels of Shinto priests" issued by the Jinja-Honcho, social status of priests is classified into six grades: tokkyu (special grade), ikkyu (first grade), nikyo-jo (upper second grade), nikyu (second grade), sankyu (third grade), and yonkyu (fourth grade).
  531. According to the "Rig-Veda," Yama is considered to be the human ancestor because the human race was born of Yama and his sister Yami; he became the king of the world of the dead because he was the first human being to die.
  532. According to the "Ruiju Fusensho" (a collection of official documents dating from the years 737 to 1093), the founder of this lineage of the Miyoshi was a descendant of Hanoshi, who was himself a descendant of Prince of Donghai in Han, named Nishikori no Muraobito (錦部村首) later as Nishiki no Sukune.
  533. According to the "Ryuei Hikan" (Historical record of the Edo Bakufu), in October 1501, he was defeated by Nagachika MATSUDAIRA near Iwadu-jo Castle and his attempt to invade Mikawa ended in failure.
  534. According to the "Sankaiki" (Tadachika NAKAYAMA's diary) MINAMOTO no Yoritomo who was Sahyoe no jo (third-ranked officer of Sahyoe-fu, the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards) was appointed as Inkurodo of Josaimonin (nyoin (a close female relative of the Emperor or a womwan of comparable standing)) on February 19, 1159 (old calendar).
  535. According to the "Sankazui," bronze coins were cast for use as a currency but details are not known.
  536. According to the "Seikyuki," a book supposed to have described the court and samurai rules of ceremony and etiquette in the latter half of the 16th century, the number of copies of hanreki to be presented to the emperor was 120.
  537. According to the "Shin Chomonju," the disease is caused by a parasitic worm such as a roundworm living in the human body.
  538. According to the "Shinsen Shoji Roku," Kamo Taketsunumi no mikoto is the grandchild of Kamimusubi no mikoto.
  539. According to the "Shinsen Shojiroku" (Newly Compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility), he was an ancestor of the Saeki clan.
  540. According to the "Shinsen Shojiroku" (Newly Compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility), the Miyoshi clan was originally descended from King Sokgo in Kudara and had been named Nishikori no Obito, and later Nishigori no Muraji.
  541. According to the "Shinsen Shojiroku," he is considered as an ancestor of the Mamuta no sukune, Mamuta no muraji, Shimoyake no muraji, Eno obito, Owaribe, Teshima no muraji (豊島連) clans.
  542. According to the "Shinsengumi Shimatsuki" by Kan SHIMOZAWA, Todo understood Nagakura's intention, but he couldn't throw away his pride or abandon his comrades, so he fought against the Shinsengumi and was cut down by Tsunesaburo MIURA.
  543. According to the "Shoku Nihon Koki" in a section on December 29, 835, this facility was established when the Gyobukyo (Minister of Justice) ONO no Minemori, who was formerly a Dazai no daini (Senior Assistant Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices), invested earnings from approximately 140 hectares of his cultivated land into the operation.
  544. According to the "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), Azamaro was a Dairyo of Korehari-gun but Korehari-gun was an unknown place.
  545. According to the "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), he was born in Koma County, Musashi Province and originally called himself Sena no Ko Fukushin.
  546. According to the "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), the following eleven persons in the position of kokushi were appointed as Azechi for the first time on July 13, 719, of the early Nara period.
  547. According to the "Shoku Nihongi" the Emperor gave the people of Harima provinces special marks of favor on the nineteenth day, and on the twenty first arrived at the Nanba palace, which suggests the temporary palace Shigamaro and others had erected was in use from the eleventh to the nineteenth, or in other words for seven days.
  548. According to the "Shoku Nihongi"(Chronicle of Japan Continued), Hirozumi KINO, Inspector of Mutsu disliked Azamaro at first but he came to trust Azamaro later.
  549. According to the "Shoku Nihongi", O no Ason Yasumaro, Minbukyo (Minister of Popular Affairs) with Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) died in the fall of July 7, 723 (July 6 in his epitaph).
  550. According to the "Shoku Nihongi", he received Jugoige (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) on January 7, 704 and Shogoijo (Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) on April 7, 711.
  551. According to the "Shoku Nihongi", on January 10, 715, he received Jushiige (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and became the head of the clan on September 23 of the following year.
  552. According to the "Shoku Nihongi," he was first promoted to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) from Jurokuinojo in 766 and WAKE no Kiyomaro was also given the same rank.
  553. According to the "Shoku-Nihongi" (the second in a series of chronicles about Japan) from the Nara period, a sacred horse for the god to ride was dedicated.
  554. According to the "Shoku-Nihongi," Kisha was actively performed during the Nara Period.
  555. According to the "Shotokutaishi-Denryaku" (biography of Shotokutaishi), Prince Shotoku invited Damjing to Ikaruganomiya Palace and later let him live in the Horyu-ji Temple.
  556. According to the "Shuinjo (Shogunate license to trade) of Nobunaga ODA to Genbanosuke SAITO as of January 11, 1575," his mother was 'a daughter of Inuyama no Ise no kami (Governor of Inuyama, Ise Province)' and there is a possibility that she was from the Oda clan of Shugodai (deputy of Shugo, provincial constable).
  557. According to the "Sokoku shi" (The History of the Todo clan), his family name was Gamo at birth, and the Takenouchi family's genealogy shows that there was a period where he identified himself as Gamo.
  558. According to the "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (Lineage Sects of Noble and Humble), he was 'a ringleader of robberies and the most excellent military strategist in Japan and an imperial decree of dispatching punitive force against him was issued 15 times.'
  559. According to the "Sukigaeshi" (literally reconstituting paper from old scraps) by Tanehiko RYUTEI written around the same time, 'the Buppo Sugoroku', which was produced for the first practices for the Tendai-shu sect monks, was its roots.
  560. According to the "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace), he supposedly stopped the deciphering of the imperial command of Emperor Godaigo sent to Kamakura during Shochu Disturbance when the subjugation plan of Emperor Godaigo against the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was revealed in 1324.
  561. According to the "Tale of Eiga" (A Tale of Flowering Fortunes), the Emperor proposed a marriage between Yorimichi and Imperial Princess Teishi as a gesture of conciliation with Michinaga.
  562. According to the "Tale of Heiji," the Nagata clan was executed in the Kamakura era on the charge of killing the father of the Shogun.
  563. According to the "Tale of Heike," Tokitada was quoted to have said 'Anyone who is not a member of the Heike is a nobody.'
  564. According to the "Tamonin Nikki" diary, he often visited Eishun TAMONIN as a hikan (low-level bureaucrat) of Hisahide MATSUNAGA in his early career.
  565. According to the "Tensonhongi" (original record of the heavenly grandchild) in "Sendai Kujihongi" (Ancient Japanese History), these treasures were bestowed by the Amatsukamimioya (heavenly ancestor) on Nigihayahi no Mikoto.
  566. According to the "The Ten Stories of Scouts" written by Michiharu MISHIMA, his last words left to MISHIMA on the day of his collapse was, "Listen carefully, those who die leaving money behind are lowly,"
  567. According to the "Todai-ji Yoroku" (The Digest Record of Todai-ji Temple), Konshu-ji Temple (金鐘寺 or 金鍾寺) built at the foot of Mt. Wakakusa in 733 was the predecessor of the Todai-ji Temple.
  568. According to the "Tosho Daigongen Norito" (placed in the archives of the Nikko-zan Rinno-ji Temple), allegedly written by Kasuga no Tsubone, the following stories are recorded.
  569. According to the "Tottori-han shi" (History Record of Tottori Domain), it is said that he worked diligently on his writings during the time of house confinement.
  570. According to the "Toyashu kikigaki" of Tsuneyori TO, Tadamori was known to be a 覚生 (excellent student) of the "Genji Monogatari," and he and Tona apparently defined `prohibited terms' when reading the "Genji Monogatari."
  571. According to the "Uesugi Nenpu" (Uesugi's chronological record), Nobunaga ODA gave this folding screen painting to Kenshin UESUGI in 1574.
  572. According to the "Wani Keizu" (The Family Tree of the Wani Family), his child was called Yamatohiko oshihito no mikoto (Waka oshihito no mikoto).
  573. According to the "Yoshiwara Saiken" published in 1658, there were three tayu.
  574. According to the "Yoshiwara Saiken" published in 1775, in the late Edo period, the total number of courtesans was 2021 including 50 sancha (including 8 yobidashi), 357 zashiki-mochi (including 5 yobidashi), and 534 heya-mochi (courtesans who had their own private residential room).
  575. According to the "Yoza Yakusha Mokuroku" (Catalog of Actors of the Four Noh Troupes), Dozen was a tall handsome man who was a master nicknamed 'Ebisu TAKAYASU.'
  576. According to the "Zen Taiheiki," a historical epic story mainly depicting samurai heroes in the Heian Period, he was abandoned by his mother at the age of six, wandered around various places and chose the life of oni.
  577. According to the "Zenrin kokuhoki", the letter started with '日本国王 臣源表(す)' in accordance with the traditional form of a Chinese official letter and Emperor Yongle conferred the 'seal of the king of Japan' to him in return.
  578. According to the "Zoku kojidan" (Tales of Antiquity Continued), ABE no Seimei and KAMO no Mitsuyoshi debated on which of them their master KAMO no Yasunori was not looking forward to.
  579. According to the "authentic biography of the priest Shobo," Shobo revived devastated Kimpusen Mountain, put the path to the temple back into good condition, and built a pagoda to enshrine Nyoirin Kannon, Bishamonten, and Kongo Zoo Bosatsu.
  580. According to the "hotokutaishi-Denryaku" (biography of Shotokutaishi), Koma had two aliases, Iwao and Komako.
  581. According to the 'Choya Gunsai' (The Collected Official and Unofficial Writings), he turned wastelands in the area into farmland, and he established a manor called 'Mobara no Sho' (the Mobara manor).
  582. According to the 'Designated Statistics No. 26 "Census of Agriculture and Forestry,"' as of 2000 the former Tsukigase Village had approximately 5.6 hectares (56 sq.km) of agricultural plum fields managed by 21 farms.
  583. According to the 'Genpei Seisuiki' (The Rise and Decline of the Minamoto and Taira Clans) written years later, MINAMOTO no Takaakira intended to invite Imperial Prince Tamehira to the eastern provinces to start a war and then place Prince Tamehira on the throne, but this is not credible but this is not credible.
  584. According to the 'Gishiwajinden' (literally, an 'Account of the Wa' in "The History of the Wei Dynasty"), Himiko confounded her people with magic.
  585. According to the 'Heian Jinbutsushi,' a directory of well-known people in Kyoto of the Edo period, Kagefumi lived in Koromonotana Shimochojamachi (present-day Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City) and well-versed in the Emondo (the traditional technique of dressing up for Junihitoe [a ceremonial Robe of a court lady]).
  586. According to the 'History of the Satake family', Yoshinao fell asleep during seeing sarugaku (form of theater popular in Japan during the 11th to 14th centuries) and provoked his foster father Yoshinobu.
  587. According to the 'Imperial Edict for Transferring the National Capital to Heijokyo,' the new capital was '方今、平城之地、四禽叶図…' and '四神相応の地' was chosen.
  588. According to the 'Jinja saishiki' (Shinto shrine rituals) established in 1875, it was decided that in addition to actual items made of cloth and so forth, kinhei (coins wrapped in paper) would also be considered heihaku.
  589. According to the 'Kaju-ji Jiryo Mokuroku' (Kaju-ji Temple Estate Index) of 1336, the temple possessed 18 manors including Gunke in Kaga Province and others in Mikawa Province and Bizen Province.
  590. According to the 'Kanze Kojiro Gazo-san,' he died in 1443.
  591. According to the 'Kiso keizu' (The Genealogical table of the Kiso family) of Kiso, Shinano Province, the third son of Yoshinaka, Yoshimoto, is said to have been the first head of the Kiso family.
  592. According to the 'Kojiki,' the 'Nihonshoki' and Japanese mythology ('Kiki-shinwa' for short), it is said that the sword came out of the tail of a giant, eight-headed snake (Yamata-no-Orochi) that was killed by the god Susanoo and it was then that it was named Tsumukari no Tachi (Tsumukari Sword) (a sword having great power).
  593. According to the 'Mizunoke Zaijojidai Shoshin Bugencho' compiled in the 'History of Hiroshima Prefecture, Material of Early Modern Times vol. 2,' following four persons are listed as 'Gokaro' (chief retainer) (No.286).
  594. According to the 'Momotaro Legend of Sanuki,' the origins of the Momotaro story lie in Yamatototohimomosohime no Mikoto asking her younger brothers, including Kibitsuhiko, who were on the opposite shore invading Kibitsu, for help in defeating pirates who were attacking Sanuki.
  595. According to the 'Ordinance of the Court Ranks,' there were four imperial ranks, each receiving a stipulated stipend from the state.
  596. According to the 'Ordinance of the Heir to the Imperial Throne,' the scope of Koshin is stipulated as up to and including the emperor's great-grandchildren (fourth generation); the fifth generation, or great-great-grandchildren, were called princes but not considered to be part of the imperial heritage.
  597. According to the 'Owarishi' written in 1843, 'he died in battle at Nijo-jo Castle in Kyoto together with Nobutada ODA' (published by Rekishi Tosho-sha in 1969, p.789 of vol.1).
  598. According to the 'Second Abbreviated Komono Clan Genealogy,' he died on January 10, 1746: the precise day of the 100th anniversary of the death of Musashi MIYAMOTO.
  599. According to the 'Shakenikki Record' (record of the Shinto priest family) of Yasaka-jinja Shrine, it was built based upon temple solicitation in 1142.
  600. According to the 'Standard for dried buckwheat noodles' under the 'Japan Agricultural Standards (JAS) for Dried Noodles,' soba with a minimum of forty percent buckwheat flour content is rated as standard quality and that with a minimum of fifty percent buckwheat flour content is rated as superior quality.
  601. According to the 'Story of KAMO no Tadayuki's teaching the way to his son Yasunori' in the same book, when Tadayuki went to a nobility's residence to purify the residence, Tadayasu took his son with him because his little son, KAMO no Yasunori said that he would like to accompany him.
  602. According to the 'Taihei ki' (the record of Great Peace) he taught calligraphy at the secret meetings for overthrowing the government, and he gave lectures about the new Confucianism in the Song Dynasty China and classics to Emperor Godaigo and the noble officials.
  603. According to the 'Takajirocho history,' those including Kiyomasa KATO and Suketaka ITO, who shared the borders with the Shimazu clain, provided support including materials in secret, although they are not counted as a direct military power.
  604. According to the 'Tenjukoku Shucho' (embroidery representing Tenjukoku paradise), which is said to have been made under the direction of the wife of Prince Shotoku, Court caps used in those days were something like a silk cap.
  605. According to the 'Total Genealogy of Satake clan of the Minamoto family', he died in the leap April 8, 1656 at the age of forty-seven (it is said that he was born in 1610).
  606. According to the 'Wamyoruiju-sho' (Kango-Japanese Dictionary) that was published in the beginning of the 10th century, the Mutsu Province cultivated around 51,000 hectares, the Dewa Province around 36,000, which were very different from the original plan of a million hectares.
  607. According to the 'newly agreed matters by the paper maker trade that domestically produced Chinese paper' in 1807, its standard size was about 0.6 m wide and about 1.23 m long.
  608. According to the 'official' history of sake in Japan supported by the Japan Sake Brewers Association as of March 2006, this entry of the World Exposition in Vienna seems to be the first 'export' of sake to Europe.
  609. According to the 'shrine regulations,' the chief priest of the Ise-jingu Shrine is appointed and dismissed by imperial decision, and these regulations also state that the Ise-jingu Shrine is treated as a special case.
  610. According to the '安倍晴明忠行に随いて道を習いし語''Story of ABE no Seimei's learning the way under Tadayuki' in the "Konjaku Monogatari (Shu)," one day, when Tadayuki was on the way back home from the Imperial Palace, he was waken up by young attendant ABE no Seimei, who was outside the gissha (ox-drawn carriage).
  611. According to the 1487 diary of Jinson DAIJOIN, although Seiko was in Kyoto to join the priesthood, there was a rumor that Masatomo, together with Tomiko HINO and Masamoto HOSOKAWA, was planning to make Seiko Shogun in order to recover his power.
  612. According to the 17th high priest, Nissei, in his 'Fujimonke-chukenmon,' he says 'According to legend, Nichia was a representative for the high priest and was not formally a high priest, however I (Nissei) believe that he was a proper high priest.'
  613. According to the 2005 national census, there were 1,221,773 Japanese Americans, accounting for 0.4 percent of the whole population of the U.S., and this is the third largest number of Asian residents by country in the U.S. after Philippine and Chinese Americans.
  614. According to the 58 page of "Anecdotes about Priest Motsugai" (Doken TAKADA, 1904) in the modern digital library of the National Diet Library, when Motsugai went about asking for alms in Kyoto and he was seen to look in on the training hall of Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate) by an officer.
  615. According to the ASHIKAGA family tree, Tadafuyu died on August 16, 1387, during the Shitoku era, and according to the collection of related family trees, he died on April 5, 1400, during the Oei era.
  616. According to the Act on Protection of Cultural Properties of Japan, 'intangible cultural properties' refer to 'highly sophisticated techniques' and 'professional skills,' and individuals and organizations that have such techniques and skills are certified as 'holders.'
  617. According to the Act, the purpose of the holiday is 'to respect our ancestors and remember the deceased.'
  618. According to the Act, the purpose of this holiday is 'to admire nature and care for living things.'
  619. According to the Afterword, this collection was completed on June 14, 1219.
  620. According to the Agency, Suzaku was cut out from the south wall by February 15, 2007, by which the removing work of all the mural paintings discovered was completed (except for the astronomical chart on the ceiling).
  621. According to the All Nippon Kyudo Federation, "the standard bow length is 221 cm (seven shaku three sun), but the slight lengthening and shortening of a bow is allowed depending on the height of the archer or the type of the tournament."
  622. According to the Ancient 'ritsuryo sei' (Japanese legal system), the living of the nobility which consisted of 'kugyo' and lower-ranked 'kanjin' (government officials) was secured by the income based on the 'horoku seido' (stipend system) which was designated by the 'ritsuryo ho' (ritsuryo law).
  623. According to the Ancient Egyptian documents, Neriko called Kiphy was used.
  624. According to the Book of Sui, an envoy visits Sui Dynasty (China) from Japan
  625. According to the Building Standards Act, in addition to those which are also classified as cooperative complex together with 'mansion,' there are those which are categorized as tenement even though they have 2 or more stories, and they are differentiated by whether or not a common corridor is required to construct within the building.
  626. According to the Bushu Bunsho (Bushu documents), sometime during this period, Ujimasa declared his complete retirement.
  627. According to the Chinese philosophy of kai, however, these were only allowed for the emperors of the Chinese dynasty.
  628. According to the Chronicle of Azuma, NAKAHARA no Suetoki was appointed to deal with requests from temples and shrines in May, 1194 (lunar calendar), and is considered to be the origin of Jisha-bugyo.
  629. According to the Chronicles of Japan, after the deaths of Prince Shotoku and Empress Suiko, the high-handedness of Emishi SOGA and his son, Iruka SOGA, became apparent.
  630. According to the Chronicles of Japan, in January the following year Emperor Kotoku made an imperial proclamation to enact reform and began restructuring the political system.
  631. According to the Chronicles of Japan, the Hata clan originated with Yuzuki no kimi (described as Yuzuo in "Shinsen Shojiroku" (Newly compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility)) who in 284 led people from 120 districts of Paekche in the Korean Peninsula to settle in Japan.
  632. According to the Clause November 4, 1487 (old calendar) of "Oyudono no Ue no Nikki" written by the court lady of the empress.
  633. According to the Code of Households, goho (ho) consisted of five households and performed mutual surveillance to prevent crime and escape, and the hocho was in charge of the goho.
  634. According to the Constitution of Japan, Imperial succession is hereditary and it comes under Imperial Family Law which was decided upon by the Diet, Imperial succession will be conducted according to the Law.
  635. According to the Constitution of Japan, these rights were defined as 'basic human rights' which could never be violated.
  636. According to the Constitution of the Empire of Japan established in 1889, each kazoku class member was obliged to become a member of Kizokuin.
  637. According to the Dai Nihon Komonjo (Old Documents of Japan), he performed copying of a sutra in June 736 for his elder sister, Imperial Princess Inoe who had already become Saigu (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Ise-jingu Shrine).
  638. According to the Danka system, all the common people had to belong to bodaiji (family temple) and become the temple's danka (supporter of a Buddhist temple).
  639. According to the December issue of 'Film Art' in 1978, Seijun SUZUKI often went to the preview of Nakahira's films.
  640. According to the Decree for Kizokuin, it was also decided that a plan to change treatments of kazoku had to be approved by Kizokuin.
  641. According to the Denryo (law on rice fields), Koden that have been left for less than 3 years were called Nenko, those left for a longer period were called Jyoko.
  642. According to the Denryo, raw grain collected as So was taken to the Shoso (public repository) and considered shozei (rice tax) but part of them was refined into white rice and transported to the capital during the designated period (February to August) depending upon the province they belonged.
  643. According to the Edo bakufu, when a member from the eighteen Matsudaira families which were Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's patrilineal relatives became daimyo, he was not a 'shinpan' but 'fudai daimyo.'
  644. According to the Empress Dowager, she is the descendant of the sun itself; for her distant Baekje ancestor King Tomo was the child born when the daughter of the Hebo river god felt the light of the sun against her.'
  645. According to the Engishiki (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), Omi Province was categorized as Taikoku (major provinces), Kingoku (provinces close to Kyoto).
  646. According to the Engishiki (codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), one officer at a time from the Shonagon (lesser councilor of state), Benkan (oversight department), Geki (Secretary of the Grand Council of State) and Shi (Officials in charge of records) each held the position of Betto as the person in charge concurrently with their normal position.
  647. According to the Engishiki Jinmyocho (a register of shrines in Japan), this shrine was registered as a small shrine.
  648. According to the Engishiki, the Onie no matsuri Festival was solemnized in same year as the emperors' enthronement if it took place before July, but was solemnized in the following year if the enthronement was held after August.
  649. According to the Engishiki, which was completed in 927 during the Heian period, four government-run farms, or Chokushi-maki (勅旨牧), were built.
  650. According to the Family Income and Expenditure Survey reported by the Statistics Bureau, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Aomori City, Morioka City, and Toyama City are the largest consumers of kelp (which is calculated by taking an average of three years since 2003 per household).
  651. According to the Forest Act, when doing Noyaki of forests (in legal terms, 'intentional burn'), approval from the mayor of the relevant city, town or village must be obtained.
  652. According to the Forest Management Office of China, approx. 400 million persons are affected by kosa, and the amount of damage reaches 54 billion yuan (approx. 84 billion yen), even if the damage is limited to those directly inflicted.
  653. According to the French Republic calendar (which was used from 1793 to 1805), the autumnal equinox (which was usually September 22nd) was new year's day (the first day of the new year).
  654. According to the Gakushuin school system, at the beginning, the supplementary course and the higher course were regarded as two-year educational institutions for students who graduated from the junior high course.
  655. According to the Gohokoinki Diary, Motoie died in the battle against Matasaburo TERAMACHI in Yodo, Settsu Province, in 1504.
  656. According to the Haishi (Old Chinese story driven History book), Prince Hikoimasu ruled his territory, Mino Province where he endeavored to develop forest conservation and flood control together with his child, 'Yatsuriirihiko-no-O,'
  657. According to the Hankyu Railway numbering rule, all car numbers have consisted of four figures since the abandonment of the Series 810 in the 1980s.
  658. According to the Hata-shi Honkei-cho (genealogy of the head clans), the name of the river changed to the Oi-gawa River from the Kadono-gawa River when the weirs were completed.
  659. According to the Higher School Order of 1894, higher schools were defined as institutions where education of specialized courses took place, and preparatory education for students to be enrolled in the imperial universities was stipulated by a provisional clause.
  660. According to the Hiroari Kecho o Iru Koto, in the autumn of 1334, an ominous bird came up over Shishin-den Hall (hall for state ceremonies) just about every night, croaking like 'itsumademo, itsumademo' (until when), which scared people.
  661. According to the Hojobon, which is to be mentioned later, out of a total of 52 volumes, Yoritomo takes the part of the main character in the first 15, and the reign of the Minamoto clan which spanned three generations is dealt with in subsequent volumes up to the 24th.
  662. According to the Horieki (the story of the HORIE clan), the beauty of Yayoi, the legal wife of Yorizumi SHIONOYA, caught the eye of the Governor of Shimotsuke Province in the latter part of the Heian period.
  663. According to the Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's letter, his reply to the Date family who invaded Fukushima Omote was dated October 24, 1600.
  664. According to the Imperial House Act, the following are ordained:
  665. According to the Imperial decree relating to Senkokushisho issued for the purpose of compiling Shin-kokushi as well as "Seikyuki" (exemplary book on Heian rituals) and "Shingishiki" (New Procedures in Administration), compilation of official history was conducted once after the passage of several eras of emperors.
  666. According to the Inokuma book (the Inokuma original copy) of 'Hirasan Kojin Reitaku,' he was an elder brother of FUJIWARA no Michiie.
  667. According to the Intoku-taiheiki (old chronicle), Katsuhisa AMAGO said to his vassals including Yukimori YAMANAKA, who were taken prisoner, when he surrendered to the Mori forces.
  668. According to the Iranian calendar, Nowr?z in the local language (the first day of the year or the new year) is the vernal equinox.
  669. According to the Ishiyama War Chronicles, Toshimasu regained Nobunaga's standard during the siege of Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple.
  670. According to the Izumo fudoki (the topography of Izumo Province), in early childhood, his crying and screaming were so loud that he was forced to get into a boat to sail to the Yasoshima islands until he calmed down, or repeatedly climb up and down a ladder set up against a high tower.
  671. According to the Izumo no kuni fudoki (topography of Izumo Province), Orochi (the eight forked great serpent) was vanquished in Mori-go, Ou-gun, Izumo Province (now Yasugi City, Shimane Prefecture).
  672. According to the Japanese Ritsuryo system, government of the people was based on the creation of the ancient family register system (detailed records of the people registered for each household) and yearly tax records (a register for collecting taxes of tributes and tax in kind), which were updated every year.
  673. According to the Japanese dictionary written by Ekirin, the capital is located in Toichi no kori.
  674. According to the Japanese legal definition, the word refers to industrial and residential estates that are newly planned and constructed as an aspect of urban planning.
  675. According to the Japanese mythology found in the "Kiki," Amaterasu gave birth to them after she received Totsuka no Tsurugi (The Sword Ten Hands Long) of Susanoo upon making a vow of Amaterasu and Susanoo.
  676. According to the Japanese mythology, Kinomata no kami (木俣神) (also read as Konomata no kami) was born between Okuninushi (chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan, and the central character in the important cycle of myths set in that region) and Yakami hime of Inaba.
  677. According to the Jodo Shinshu sect, those who believe in invocation are considered to be reborn in the Pure Land soon after they pass away, and sometimes 'Kueissho' is carved on their tombstones.
  678. According to the Kagawa Prefecture Agricultural Administration and Fisheries Department, it observed the Sanuki Udon boom four times during the period from the latter half of the twentieth century to the beginning of the twenty-first century.
  679. According to the Kani court ranking law, for the Imperial Family, there were four levels of Ikai from Ippon (the highest rank given to an Imperial prince) to Shihon (the fourth rank given to an Imperial prince) and other officials had 30 levels from Shoichii (Senior First Rank) to Shosoige (the lowest court rank).
  680. According to the Kaninrei (code of officials) of Taiho Ritsuryo (called Shokuinrei in Yoro Ritsuryo [a code promulgated in the Yoro period]), Shitokan of Kami, Suke, Jo and Sakan were set as the basis for the government organization.
  681. According to the Katakamuna documents, it is assumed that the civilization had highly sophisticated technology and an original system of philosophy.
  682. According to the Kiki, Amenokoyane rather than Futodama, played a more important role at Iwatogakure (the hiding of Amaterasu Omikami in the heavenly rock cave).
  683. According to the Kiki, Imperial Prince Okusaka, the biological father of Prince Mayowa was killed by execution as a criminal ("chusatus" in Japanese) despite his innocence; the Emperor Anko was behind this execution.
  684. According to the Kogen Bukan, Vol. 18 (the Directories of Bakufu Officialdom of the Minamoto Clan of Omi Province), he fought bravely at the battle, together with Hyobu ODA, who is thought to have been a member of the family and Toemon TSUDA.
  685. According to the Kojien dictionary, Gakai describes a situation that if a part of Kawara collapses, most of the other will also fall down.
  686. According to the Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters - Japan's oldest historical record), the deity is enshrined in Hieno-yama (later called and Mt. Hiei) and Matsuo, Kazuno District, and Narikabura is where the deity resides.
  687. According to the Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters) and the Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), Obiko no Mikoto was dispatched as one of Shido-shogun to the Hokuriku region by the Emperor Suijin's decree, pacified the powerful local clan of Koshi Province and built the foundation of the Yamato Dynasty.
  688. According to the Kojiki (The Records of Ancient Matters), she was such a beautiful woman that she was called Sotoorihime, by which it was meant that her beauty appeared as if it could penetrate her clothes.
  689. According to the Kojiki and the Nihonshoki or other history books about Emperors, the reply to the question `Why should it be male-line?' is always `Because it should be.'
  690. According to the Kojiki, Ninigi 'descended from heaven at Kujifurutake, Kakaho in Hyuga, Tsukushi.'
  691. According to the Kojiki, Oke no mikoto (later the Emperor Ninken) himself destroyed a part of the tumulus of the Emperor Yuryaku in order to inflict vengeance for the father of the Emperor Kenzo (Prince Ichihe no Oshihano).
  692. According to the Kojiki, Tanbamichi nushi no mikoto was a son of Hikoimasu no miko, a prince of Emperor Kaika.
  693. According to the Kojiki, Utagorihime no mikoto was also his daughter.
  694. According to the Kojiki, she gave birth to Yashimajinumi (whose descendent is Okuninushi - the chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan, and the central character in the important myths set in that region) and according to Nihonshoki she gave birth to Onamuchi no mikoto (Okuninushi).
  695. According to the Kojiki, she was born first, named Takiri-hime (多紀理毘売命) and enshrined in Okitsumiya.
  696. According to the Kojiki, when Homutsuwake no mikoto, who had speech impairment, left for Izumo Province for his new appointment, a divination recommended that he should take Aketatsu no o as an attendant, and when Aketatsu no o practiced ukei (pledge), a dead egret resuscitated and a dead tree recovered.
  697. According to the Kotofu (Imperial family record) recorded since Emperor Jinmu, Emperor Enyu was indeed the 64th emperor, and this fact matched Youoku's information.
  698. According to the Kotofu recorded since Emperor Jinmu, Emperor Gomizunoo was actually the 108th emperor.
  699. According to the Kyudo genealogy of Yamato school, Kozan mastered each esoteric technique of these schools: Itsumi school, Heki school Dosetsu line, Heki school Okura line, Heki school Insai line, Heki school Chikurin line, Takeda school, Ogasawara school.
  700. According to the Kyushu era based on the Kyushu theory such as "Nichureki" (Dual History), the first year of Taika period is 695.
  701. According to the Liangshu, Wu Di of Liang gave the title of Seito Shogun (great general who subdues the eastern barbarians) to Waobu, who is identified as the Emperor Yuryaku, in 502.
  702. According to the Liquor Tax Act, Article Three, alcoholic drinks are divided into 17 kinds of drinks and 'other drinks' and the 17 drinks include 'beer' and 'liqueur,' and the classifications are defined below.
  703. According to the Liquor Tax Act, it was once distinguished from 'hon-mirin' (pure mirin), and its tax rate was lower than that of hon-mirin.
  704. According to the Liquor Tax Law, among liquors produced by the distillation of alcohol containing substances, shochu must also have the following conditions:
  705. According to the Masamune edition, the configuration of the volumes is as follows;
  706. According to the Meiji Constitution (Constitution of the Empire of Japan), the Emperor was in the position to supervise the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy as Daigensui (Commander-in-chief).
  707. According to the Ministry of the Environment, annual usage of supermarket checkout bags in Japan today is 30 billion pieces which can be converted into approx. 600 thousand kiloliters of crude oil and the disposed quantity runs up to approx. 600 thousand tons.
  708. According to the Mumo family records, 'Kageyasu UTSUNOMIYA (later Sadayasu) lived at Karasuma, Kyoto. His son, Muneyasu UTSUNOMIYA was the Governor of Mikawa Province and lived in Iyo.'
  709. According to the National Police Agency's expectation of crowd during year-end and New Year holidays released at the end of each year, Dazaifu-tenmangu Shrine expects approximately 2 million visitors every year, which is the highest number in the Kyushu-Okinawa regions as well as in the entire country.
  710. According to the National Police Agency, the top ten shrines and temples which received most visitors in 2004 were as follows.
  711. According to the National Uniform Edict, the national uniform was defined as full dress and formal clothing, and that should be worn on occasions requiring a person to wear a jacket.
  712. According to the Nihon Shoki (the Chronicle of Japan), the Empress Suiko ascended the throne at Toyura Palace in 603.
  713. According to the Nihon Shoki, Emperor Chuai was chosen as Crown Prince at the age of 31, because his uncle, Emperor Seimu had no heir.
  714. According to the Nihon genho Zenaku ryoiki, the Emperor was also in the Iware no Miya Palace.
  715. According to the Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), "in 534, Ogi, who had power over Minamimusashi region, attempted to kill Kasahara no Ataiomi, Kuninomiyatsuko (the local governor) of Musashi Province, with the help of Oguma who governed Kamitsuke Province in order to usurp the position of Kuninomiyatsuko from Kasahara no Ataiomi."
  716. According to the Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), Arima-Onsen Hot Spring that is said to have existed since the age of the gods, was discovered when Onamuchi no mikoto and Sukunahikona no Mikoto saw that three injured birds were cured after those birds went into the water.
  717. According to the Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), Karu no oiratsume herself was deported to Iyo Province in A.D. 435 immediately after their relationship was brought to light.
  718. According to the Nihonshoki, Ugayafukiaezu was buried in a placed called 'Aira no Yamanoue no Misasagi' (literally, Imperial Tomb at the Top of Mt. Aira).
  719. According to the Nihonshoki, feeling pity towards the prince, his grandmother, the Empress Kogyoku, doted so fondly on him that she ordered at the time of her demise to bury him together with her, saying that 'even after a long period of time, be certain to bury him together with me in my tomb.'
  720. According to the Nihonshoki, he came to Japan as an envoy of Koguryo by the name of Genbu no Jakko in 666.
  721. According to the Nihonshoki, he had been already born when the rebellion was initiated, and the same as described in the Kojiki, he was rescued from the fire.
  722. According to the Nihonshoki, his name was written as 丹波道主王 and 丹波道主命, while in Kojiki, he was refer to as Tanbanohiko tatasumichinoushinoo (旦波比古多多須美知能宇斯王).
  723. According to the Nihonshoki, one day when the Imperial Prince saw a kugui (present swan) flying in the sky, he spoke, for the first time, the words 'what is it?'
  724. According to the Nishichikuma-gun shi (The Records of Nishichikuma-gun County), he was the first head of the Kiso family in the Kiso-dani Valley, Shinano Province.
  725. According to the Nobunaga Koki, the debate is summarized as below.
  726. According to the Obituary of "Nihonkoki"(Later Chronicle of Japan), he followed religious precept and was a man of dignified presence.
  727. According to the October 27, 1181 article in "Gyokuyo," there was a rumor that Noritsune, the lieutenant general for suppression of Hokuriku-do (Hokuriku area), would go away together with TAIRA no Yukimori. (In reality, Noritsune did not take part in the Battle of Hokuriku.)
  728. According to the Omote-Senke school, fukusa (small silk wrapper) used by women in a tea ceremony is shumuji cloth (vermillion colored plain cloth.)
  729. According to the Oriental zodiac of the year of the demise described in Kojiki (The Record of Ancient Matters), his era corresponds to the latter half of the fourth century.
  730. According to the Oriental zodiac of the year of the demise described in Kojiki (The Records of Ancient Matters), the demise of Emperor Ojin was in 393 and the demise of Emperor Nintoku was in 427, the difference corresponding to the period of the reign.
  731. According to the Record of Japan in the History of Wei, after Himiko passed away, a king tried unsuccessfully to rule the country, so Toyo became Queen and brought the country to order.
  732. According to the Records of Emperor Yomei in Nihon Shoki, when Emperor Yomei ascended the throne and became the 31st Emperor of Japan in October 5, 585, she was dispatched to Ise Jingu Shrine as Saio (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines).
  733. According to the Revelation, social unrest has started in the spirit world first, not in the human world.
  734. According to the Rinzai Zen sect, including Obaku school, the third verse is read as, 'Thirdly, I swear not to indulge myself in excessive greed and other kinds of vice.'
  735. According to the Ritsumeikan University's "Gakuen Tsushin Koyu edition, Revisiting the 120 years of History," the ministry assumed that accusing Takigawa would put Suekawa in the opposition and that there is a theory that Suekawa was the real target of oppression.
  736. According to the Ritsuryo codes, a spouse of an imperial princess was essentially limited to a member of the Imperial Family.
  737. According to the Ritsuryo codes, 薨 should be written if the person is ranked as third grade or higher, 卒 should be written if they are ranked as fourth or fifth grade, and if they are ranked as sixth or lower, it should be written as 死.
  738. According to the Ritsuryo system, all government officials were given ranks, which was known as the Kani-Soutousei system.
  739. According to the Ryo of Tang, responsibilities of each Shitokan were determined as follows.
  740. According to the Ryo regulation, Chugushiki should be assigned to Empress Asukabehime.
  741. According to the Sainen-ji Temple's story, Shinran's wife Eshinni didn't accompany him to Kyoto and remained in "Inada no soan" until her death.
  742. According to the Sarvastivadin school which is a sect of Theravada Buddhism, human consciousness is the mind repeatedly emerging and ceasing in the period of one setsuna.
  743. According to the Shimazu side, they 'beheaded thirty-thousand heads and an unknown amount of people were killed and cast aside.'
  744. According to the Shinpen Musashi Fudo Kiko (a topography of Musashi Province from 1804 to 1829) written in the late Edo period, "Although there were 40 - 50 burial mounds in the Genroku era, the number fell to 14 or 15."
  745. According to the Shitokan system (four classification of bureaucrats' ranks), it corresponded to kami (the chief) of Konoefu.
  746. According to the Shitokan system, it corresponded to suke (the deputy), and was called 'sunai-suke' (small Suke) because chojo was also 'suke.'
  747. According to the Shitokan system, it corresponded to suke (the deputy).
  748. According to the Shojiroku, he was the ancestor of these clans: the Ohara clan, the SHIANE no Mahito, the TOYONOKUNI no Mahito, the YAMAO no Mahito, the YOSHINO no Mahito, the KUWATA no Mahito, the Ikegami clan, the UNAKAMI no Mahito, the KIYOHARA no Mahito and the IKEGAMI no Kurahito.
  749. According to the Shoku-Nihongi (the second in a series of chronicles about Japan), his mother, TAKANO no Nigasa, was a descendant of the Baekje Royal Family, whose ancestors were the Baekje Muryeong-wang.
  750. According to the Shonai Gunki, Tadatsune's forces numbered approximately 100,000, but actually they amounted to about 30,000 to 40,000.
  751. According to the Shonai Gunki, Tadazane's forces numbered 20,000, but actually they were about 8,000.
  752. According to the Shoso-in Monjo (Shoso-in Temple archives), staffs including the bushi (sculptor of Buddhist statues) from the Todai-ji Temple Project Office (the office installed for the construction of Todai-ji Temple) were sent to the Ishiyama-dera Temple site whereby its construction was underway as a state project.
  753. According to the Shozeicho (balance sheets of tax rice) of 'Shosoin Monjo' (document collection of the Nara period kept in Shosoin), rice, salt, sake, chestnuts, are commonly paid as tax.
  754. According to the Sora's diary written during traveling Kinki region "Kinki Junyu Nikki," he visited Mt. Koya on April 9, lodged in Omata and in Nagai, and arrived at Hongu-taisha Shrine on April 11, only two days after visiting Koya.
  755. According to the Standard Method of Analysis for Mineral Springs, they are categorized, based upon their temperature, into cold mineral springs, tepid hot springs, hot springs, and high-temperature hot springs.
  756. According to the Standard Methods of Analysis for Mineral Springs issued by the Ministry of Environment, spring water is categorized into 'ordinary water' and 'mineral water.'
  757. According to the Stone Tsuiji Fueki (slave labor) Document of Osumi Province, stone tuiji labor was imposed at the rate of 1 sun (old unit of length,) per tan (old unit of land) of rice field, whether it belonged to the territory of samurai families or honjo ichienchi (over the territory of the Imperial court).
  758. According to the Story of Mikizo OISHI, who was an elder brother of his fellow Shinsengumi member, Kuwajiro OISHI, Yujiro IMAI was involved in the death of Mikizo OISHI (But as Mikizo was actually a younger brother of Kuwajiro, this story is most likely fiction).
  759. According to the Suishu, Tarishihiko, the king of Wa (Japan) at this time, sent a second Japanese envoy with an official diplomatic letter to Sui Dynasty China in 607.
  760. According to the Sujin Chronicle of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), Emperor Sujin ordered Imperial Princess Toyosukiirihime no Mikoto to enshrine Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess), who was worshiped in the Imperial Court, in the Kasanui Village of Wa (ancient Japan).
  761. According to the TV program which showed handwriting analysis of letters written by Tenkai and Mitsuhide, Tenkai was a different person from Mitsuhide, but several similar characters were seen and they were estimated to be close relatives, such as a parent and a child.
  762. According to the Tachibana theory, although it may be a fact that Emperor Seishincho recovered from a poor financial situation by creating a mutually dependent relationship with Nobunaga, it cannot be concluded that Nobunaga and the Emperor were on good terms.
  763. According to the Taiho Code, chamberlains were equivalent to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), and they belonged to the Ministry of Central Affairs.
  764. According to the Tale of the Heike, attempting to find out true feelings of warriors in the Heike camp, Sanemori SAITO said, 'At present, since Genji has the momentum and it seems that it is a matter of time before Heike is defeated, why don't we join MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka?'
  765. According to the Taoist philosophy, having a cosmic outlook entails the acceptance of a diversity of truths, and in the same manner the three religions of sankyo coexist and complement each other in China.
  766. According to the Tendai sect zensho (compendium) vol. 9, when Emon Zenji wanted to decide from whom he would learn Mahayana Buddhism, and asked in front of Daizo-kyo Sutra (the Tripitaka).
  767. According to the Tianguan shu of "Shiki" (the Chinese Historical records), Kengyu at the time was Gyushuku and current Kengyu, namely Altair, is a star belonging to the constellation called Kako (drum of the Milky Way).
  768. According to the Tibetan Book of the Dead, he appears for the relief of the soul four days after death (next to Dainichinyorai, Ashukunyorai and Hoshonyorai).
  769. According to the Tokyo Nichinichi Newspaper and Hochi Shinbun (newspaper) on that day, when the chief priest, Join SAEKI, held a morning devotional exercises at around 5:00 a.m., everything was as usual, but a fire broke out at around 7:20 a.m., then was put out at around 9:00 a.m.
  770. According to the Tourist Resort Section, Miyazaki Prefecture, chicken nanban originates from the today's most popular variation 'Chicken nanban with tartar sauce' served by the restaurant 'Ogura.'
  771. According to the Treaties Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 'Gaichi is the territory governed by laws other than those of Japan proper.'
  772. According to the Urasenke school, fukusa (a small silk wrapper) used by women in a tea ceremony is basically a scarlet-colored plain cloth, but patterned cloth may also be used.
  773. According to the Yoro Ritsuryo Code (code promulgated in the Yoro era), there were four zoshishu, or paper making technicians, who belonged to Zushonoryo, and 50 kamiko (hereditary artisans for paper making under the government management) belonging to Shinabe (a rank of technicians in offices), who worked under zoshishu, were placed in Yamashiro Province.
  774. According to the Yoshufushi (gazetteer of Yamashiro Province), the river downstream to the south of Saga was named the Katsura-gawa River since the 'Katsura-no-sato' (village of Katsura) lay on the west side of the river, while upstream, to the north of Saga around Arashiyama, the river was described as the Oi-gawa River.
  775. According to the `Komono Genealogy` (in the possession of the Fukuoka Prefectural Library), the name `Tanji` used be the last name of Minehira`s ancestors.
  776. According to the above "Kenkyugojunreiki," Taima Mandala was woven by kenin (it might be an avatar of Kannon Bosatsu [Kannon Buddhisattva]) because of a wish of a daughter of Yokohagi Dainagon (Major Counselor) one night in 763.
  777. According to the above date, he would have been 56 years old when he went to Suruga and became lord of Kokokuji-jo Castle and had his oldest son Ujitsuna, and 62 years old when he led his troops into battle at Izu.
  778. According to the above document, the akari shoji had a tassel hold like fusuma had.
  779. According to the above extension, trains of the Keihan Keishin Line started running directly to Uzumasa-tenjingawa Station, the new terminal of the subway Tozai Line, instead of the previous Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station.
  780. According to the above mentioned "Azuma Kagami," during the topping-out ceremony of the treasury hall of Tsurugaoka-wakamiya Shrine held on July 20, 1181, Yoritomo ordered Yoshitsune to pull the horse that was to be given to the carpenter.
  781. According to the above passage, Japanese cedars grew from Susanoo no Mikoto's beard, Japanese cypresses from his chest hair, and camphor trees from his eyebrows.
  782. According to the above philosophy of corresponding to the regional culture, the process of 'Tsuya' and 'Funeral ceremony' is followed in the Catholic funeral rites in Japan.
  783. According to the above practice, two lines are to be treated as different lines in the description of this article.
  784. According to the above provision, only May 4 could be kokumin no kyujitsu until 2002.
  785. According to the above theory of Toshiaki WAKAI, 'the aunt Aomi no himemiko was asked questions regarding the successor, she just appointed Iitoyo no himemiko and Aomi no himemiko did not administer.
  786. According to the above view, there is a possibility that existing "Gishiki" was in fact "Engi Gishiki," but the above-mentioned decree is commonly regarded as the decree for compiling "Engishiki."
  787. According to the above-mentioned standards, in February 1947 the following people among the Sumitomo Family were designated as the Zaibatsu family:
  788. According to the account found in the "Gukansho," Yoritomo "entertained Yorimori as if he were entertaining his own father".
  789. According to the account found in the 'Engyo-bon' which is deemed to be an early form of "Heike Monogatari," Yorimori "delayed joining the train of the entourage of the departing Emperor," and acted independently from the group of Munemori from the start.
  790. According to the account given by Kanefumi NISHIMURA in "Mibu Roshi Shimatsuki", his name appears on a register of persons who travelled abroad on a ship.
  791. According to the account given by Kanefumi NISHIMURA in "Mibu Roshi Shimatsuki," Genosuke Ito had wanted to join the shinsengumi, but was rejected, and withdrew.
  792. According to the account in the "Gukansho," when FUJIWARA no Narichika was summoned and arrested, Yorimori, along with Shigemori, were present.
  793. According to the account of the Tosa Domain, the French sailors caused nuisances and behaved irreverently.
  794. According to the account on Kagetoki's death in "Azuma Kagami," which was edited by the Hojo clan of the Kamakura bakufu later on, 'he behaved outrageously making use of his advantage of being favored by the Shogun for two generations and long-standing evils returned to him in the end.'
  795. According to the account presented in the "Nihonshoki," when Emperor Jinmu climed Mt. Takakura in Uda and took in the view of the country, he saw Yasotakeru on Mt. Kunimidake; Yasotakeru was subsequently attacked and slayed by the Emperor.
  796. According to the afterword, the first draft was written around 996, and Sachujo (guard of the Imperial Palace) MINAMOTO no Tsunefusa took the draft from the author's residence and brought it before the eyes of the world.
  797. According to the analysis made by Japan Mint in the Meiji period, the composition of the coin was 0.060% silver, 83.107% bronze, 11.227% lead, 3.217% tin, 0.269% iron, 0.489% antimony, 1.500% arsenic, and 0.387% sulfur.
  798. According to the analysis, the optimum angle for skipping stones is for the front face to be raised by 10 degrees with respect to the surface of the water.
  799. According to the ancient text Ryoiki, En no Gyoja cast a spell on Hitokotonushi, which was allegedly still unbroken at the time Ryoiki was written.
  800. According to the anecdote in the memoir of Kiyotaka TOCHINISHIKI, when he was told that "it is chanko" and pushed to take a gift wrapped in paper just after promoted to ozeki (a sumo wrestler of the second highest rank), he opened the gift, thinking that it would be a bento box or something, but it was 1 million yen.
  801. According to the anecdote of the origin of the name of the place called Mori-go, Ou-gun (currently Yasugi City, Shimane Prefecture), in "Izumo no Kuni Fudoki," Onamochi no Mikoto (Okuninushi) vanquished 'Yamata no Orochi' (big snake with eight heads) and on the way home declared transfer of the land.
  802. According to the annals, however, the last head of the Satomi family Tadayoshi SATOMI of Tateyama domain was in effect exiled to Hoki Province (Kurayoshi domain) by the Edo bakufu and died there.
  803. According to the annals, the Satomi and the Hojo families fought two wars in Konodai, and the Satomi family lost both of them.
  804. According to the annals, the Satomi family moved their base to the actual Tateyama domain (Tateyama City) at the end of the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  805. According to the annotation, these books originally had illustrations, but they were excluded over time and only text-based tales remain.
  806. According to the announcement, the tablet is also inscribed with names such as 'TAMATSUKURI no Maro,' each accompanied by quantities such as 'Kome Sango' (six ounces of rice).
  807. According to the another style (Enjaku JITSUKAWA the second), he crawls on his hands and knees and prostrates himself.
  808. According to the appendix of "Taira-sei Sugiwara-shi Onkeizu" (Genealogy of the Sugiwara Clan Originating from the Taira Family) written in 1751 by Karo (chief retainer) of Hiji domain, Masatsune SUGANUMA, 'Nobutoshi KINOSHITA' was instructed by 'Munisai MIYAMOTO' in the art of the sword.
  809. According to the aristocracy during the Meiji period, the family held the title of viscount.
  810. According to the article about Emperor Suiko in 613 recorded in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), the Takenouchi-kaido Road was a Japan's oldest 'kando' (a road that is improved, managed, and maintained by the Japanese nation) recorded as 'a Ooji (road) was laid out from Nanba to the capital (Asuka).'
  811. According to the article about July 21of the first year of the Taiho era (September 2, 701) of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), OTOMO no Muraji Miyuki was given a salary of 100 fuko (equal to 100 taxed families) for his achievement in the war.
  812. According to the article dated 513 of History of Paekche in "Samguk Sagi" (History of the Three Kingdoms), the name of Japanese Hozumi no Omi Oshiyama was written as 'Oshiyamakimi.'
  813. According to the article dated December 1, 1254, of "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), he was appointed to Fifth rank Hikitsukeshu (Coadjustor of the High Court) the year after the death of his father.
  814. According to the article dated June 11, 1265, he was appointed as a new hyojoshu (a member of Council of State), and became Bizen no kami (provincial governor of Bizen) in 1271.
  815. According to the article of "Gyokuyo," this person first called himself a child of FUJIWARA no Narichika, In no Kinshin (the retired Emperor's courtier).
  816. According to the article of December 19 of "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), when he got into a fight with Sanemori SAITO and Kageshige KATAGIRI who were Kenin of MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi at that time at Awataguchi, Tameyoshi did not report it to the Imperial Court but remonstrated with them.
  817. According to the article of July 21, 701 of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), Makuta was allotted 100 households for his achievement after the war.
  818. According to the article of July 21, 701, "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), it was decided by the former Emperor to give MURAKUNI no Oyori a property of 120 households as a reward.
  819. According to the article of March 1, 887 (in old lunar calendar) of "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" (Chronicles of the three Emperors of Japan) which describes a complaint from OMIWA no Yoshiomi, a grandchild of Kobito's grandchild, MIWA no Kimi Kobito was referred to as Ise no Suke.
  820. According to the article of November, 501 of Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), KUDARA no Otara is described as follows.
  821. According to the article of October 21, 1180 in "Azuma Kagami," during Yoshitsune's stay in Oshu, he tried to hastily join Yoritomo to learn if Yoritomo had raised his army, but FUJIWARA no Hidehira strongly restrained him from doing so.
  822. According to the article of death in "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" (sixth of the six classical Japanese history texts), he had no other remarkable talent: he was a mediocre person.
  823. According to the article of the seventh month of the 32nd year of Emperor Suinin's reign of the Nihonshoki, after Hibasuhime no mikoto's death, the Emperor inquired of maetsukimitachi (court nobles and ruling lords) about the next thing during her funeral.
  824. According to the article, 'writers were gathered at Kawara-dera Temple to transcribe the complete Buddhist scriptures for the first time'.
  825. According to the article, an army of more than 10,000 requires a shogun and two vice-shoguns as commanders.
  826. According to the article, at Ichinaka (considered to have indicated to the middle of the downtown), Tsuikoni TAKATA no Obito Iwanari was praised for perfecting himself in three weapons and given a prize.
  827. According to the article, when the Emperor enshrined Mt.Tai, all lords went there and joined the ceremony.
  828. According to the arufumi of the First Volume, the names of four pairs of eight gods are different.
  829. According to the arufumi of the Second Volume, something like reed's shoots were generated.
  830. According to the assassins' 'Zankan-jo,' or statement of reasons for carrying out an assassination, they were strongly opposed to Omura's radical reforms.
  831. According to the author's preface, the book was written to leave the traditional readings of myomoku (also referred to as meimoku; the appellations) of things and affairs in the Imperial Court to later generations.
  832. According to the autopsy by a doctor, there were 13 wounds in total including 3 stab wounds in the throat.
  833. According to the biography "Kenzeiki", he lost his father (Michichika) at 3 years of age, his mother at 8, and was adopted by his half brother Michitomo HORIKAWA.
  834. According to the biography of 'the record of Todai-ji Temple,' she was beautiful with an attractive body.
  835. According to the biography of Otori-jinja Shrine in Asakusa, Yamato Takeru no Mikoto visited the shrine for thanksgiving on Tori no hi in November, and he leaned a rake, which was used as a weapon, against the pine tree in front of it.
  836. According to the book "Heihachiro OSHIO" written by Ogai MORI, Uchiyama who was a trainee of yoriki at that time was hated by Oshio.
  837. According to the book of "Godensho" written by the 3rd caretaker of Hongan-ji Temple Kakunyo, 'his cremation was held at Ennin-ji Temple, south of Toribeno.'
  838. According to the book of Emperor Suinin in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), NOMI no Sukune suggested the Emperor to take clay and form the shapes of men and horses instead of burying dead people who followed their lord to the grave in an imperial mausoleum of Princess Hibasu, which was defined as the origin of the Haniwa.
  839. According to the book of genealogy "Kansei Shoshu Shakafu," Kunimoto lived in Yoso Yakata built in Yamanobe, Nose County, Settsu Province in 1191 and became the founder of the Nose clan.
  840. According to the book on noh theory, "Fushikaden" (The Flowering Spirit) by Zeami, Kawakatsu SO who was the originator of sarugaku (form of theatre popular in Japan during the 11th to 14th centuries) who served Prince Shotoku was given a mask that the prince himself had made, and Menreiki is said to have been depicted based on this anecdote.
  841. According to the book written by a researcher of specters, Katsumi TADA, it is considered as a Tsukumo-gami (gods to a variety of things), and according to the conjecture of an author named Kenji MURAKAMI, it appears in front of igo lovers.
  842. According to the book, Eiryu-ji Temple was built in Narazaka Higashi Akoya Valley during the reign of Empress Iitaka (Empress Gensho), in 718.
  843. According to the book, Kannami's eldest brother was Tayu HOSHO, and his older brother was Seiichi, both of whom were involved in Yamato Sarugaku
  844. According to the book, although many supported Kondo's lyrics, the lyrics were abandoned because a few people in the Ministry of the Navy opposed it.
  845. According to the book, although the long hair of a woman completely different from Iemochi's hair was included in the casket, since the hair type was different from that of Kazunomiya, it is assumed that the casket was sealed in Osaka.
  846. According to the book, as early as in 1740 the peasants in the areas along Watarase-gawa River made petitions for tax exemption due to mining pollution, and based on the record, Furukawa explain that such pollution issues had existed before the company began to manage the mines.
  847. According to the book, he would often went out smartly dressed when he was off-duty.
  848. According to the book, in Gempon Sogen Shinto, '"Gen" illustrates the gen gen of unforeseen ying and yang.
  849. According to the books of Aga MURATA, in the study of Kaso during the Edo period, Inyogogyo (the cosmic dual forces [yin and yang]) and the five elements 'wood,' 'fire,' 'earth,' 'metal' and 'water' was assigned by the number of jo (counter for tatami mats; measure of room size) which could predict a synastry or rivalry.
  850. According to the calendar, the first day is called 'entering higan,' and the last day is called 'finishing higan,' and in some regions the last day is called 'hashirikuchi.'
  851. According to the census conducted in 2005, Shimogyo Ward was one of the wards, together with adjacent Nakagyo Ward and Minami Ward (Kyoto City), which saw an increase in population.
  852. According to the chapter titled 'Tomoakira no saigo' (The End of Tomoakira) of "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heike), Tomoakira, his father Tomomori and their retainer kenmotsu (inspector of the transfer into and from ware houses of the Court) Yorikata were put to flight on horseback amid the debacle of their whole army.
  853. According to the chronicle of Nobunaga, Nobunaga Koki, an elder Jodoshu sect monk Reiyo Gyokunen came from the Kanto region, eastern Japan, up to the Kamigata region, the Kyoto-Osaka area, during the middle of May and preached Jodoshu sect Buddhism in the town of Azuchi.
  854. According to the classic piece of literature "Tales of Heike," the family comprised: 16 nobles, in excess of 30 courtiers, and in excess of 60 efu (palace guards) and shoshi (government officials), and several provinces were fiefdoms.
  855. According to the classic text "Taiheiki," Kiyouji was tricked by Yoriyuki into splitting his forces, and was killed while fighting alone on horseback.
  856. According to the classic, "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace), there was an attempt to assassinate Moronao by the Tadayoshi group.
  857. According to the classification made by Tetsudo Sagyokyoku in 1898, both types were integrated into Type A 4.
  858. According to the classification of mandala works based on contents, there exist Besson mandala (mandala of individual deities) in Esoteric Buddhism besides Ryokai Mandala (mandala of the two realms) that are the basis, and there are Jodo Mandala, Suijaku Mandala and Miya Mandala (literally Shrine Mandala) in other sects than Esoteric Buddhism.
  859. According to the clothing code in the Yoro Ritsuryo Code, Chofuku were worn to attend the government meeting called 'Chokai' that was held once a month in a open court and when the court nobles does things called 'Kuji.'
  860. According to the clothing code in the Yoro Ritsuryo Code, formal clothing during the Nara period was worn to attend important religious services, the Imperial Enthronement Ritual called Daijosai or Ooname no matsuri, and on New Year's Day.
  861. According to the clothing code of the Yoro Ritsuryo Code, Raifuku and Chofuku for military officers were prescribed to ware garments called 'Iou.'
  862. According to the clothing code of the Yoro Ritsuryo Code, the forms and colors of Raifuku, Chofuku, and uniforms differ to differentiate each status and official position.
  863. According to the colophon which reads: 'seal of Tajimi Bungonokami Sadakata confirmed in late February, 1489,' the Shijo School is supposed to have been established around this period.
  864. According to the colophon, it was written by Kaneyoshi for his disciples in 1422, and also, it was written by nineteen-year-old Kaneyoshi at the request from Seii taishogun (Commander in chief) of the Muromachi bakufu, Yoshikazu ASHIKAGA, without referring to any book.
  865. According to the color, pattern design, material quality, the string is called "Konito-odoshi (lace with navy blue string)," "Nioi-odoshi (lace with odor)," and "Kozakura Kawa Kigaeshi Odoshi Yoroi (yellow lace with Kozakura leather)."
  866. According to the commentary by Taigaku-Shusu on the top of the painting, it is understood that 'Daishoko' ordered Josetsu to draw this painting on 'the screen located within arm's reach' by adopting the 'new style' of painting.
  867. According to the common story spread later after the Edo period by "Akechi Gunki" (biography of Mitsuhide AKECHI) and others, Nobunaga was not satisfied with Mitsuhide's entertaining and ordered a pageboy Naritoshi MORI to slap the head of Mitsuhide.
  868. According to the condition certificate that the doctors of the Bureau of Medicine residing in Edo and the interior doctors of the shogunate prescribed, symptoms that seemed to be beriberi such as 'iresomeness and rough blood flow', 'heartache', 'urinary incompetence', 'moisture' and 'hands and feet paralysis' were recorded.
  869. According to the confession of SAEKI no Matanari, Naramaro began to think about the betrayal when Emperor Shomu went to Naniwa in 745, and Naramaro asked him to join the betrayal then for the first time.
  870. According to the configuration, these could also be broadly divided into three types, 'Isebon,' 'Indobon,' and 'Inuibon.'
  871. According to the conjecture, Murasaki Shikibu wrote 37 chapters and the rest of the tale was added later to enhance the Buddhist atmosphere in order to please the changing tastes of readers.
  872. According to the constitution of the Yoritomo forces deployed for the Battle of Mt. Ishibashiyama, there is no definitive evidence to show that Tokimasa had overwhelmingly greater military power by comparison to other samurai lords.
  873. According to the constitution, Japanese courts were already independent, but in fact, they were still under the control of the government in respect of judicial administration and trial procedures.
  874. According to the context of the literature, some ancient styles would be listed among the present-day styles of the Juko school of tea ceremony.
  875. According to the copy of onjuku kenmotsu shojo to Nobushige OYAMADA, the place where he died was Komanba in Shinano Province (Achi-mura, Shimoina County, Nagano Prefecture), but some people say that it was Namiai or Neba.
  876. According to the criminal laws 改定律令違式罪目 in the Meiji period, those who sell shunga or the like were punished by caning and had their shunga seized.
  877. According to the current staging style, there is a sound effect at "aware" (what a pity), and Kanpei cuts his throat with the signal of "hakanaki'" (ephemeral) and dies while being held by Okaya and putting his hands together.
  878. According to the custom at that time, in case there is no one who takes care of a dead body, dissection is carried out, but the case of Tosaku, his family took the body.
  879. According to the custom of these regions, stone statues called Tanokansa (Tanokamisama) carrying a wooden ladle or pestle is placed at the edge of a rice field and worshiped as a god.
  880. According to the custom, it is to be worn only during the months from June to September, however, hitoe made of wool, cotton, or plainly-woven tsumugi-silk are allowed to be worn at other seasons.
  881. According to the custom, one looks in the lucky direction of the year (according to the Chinese zodiac) with closed eyes, and silently bites into a thick sushi roll while thinking of his or her wish.
  882. According to the dairy written by a court noble of the same period, Tameuji was a brilliant retainer of Imperial Court.
  883. According to the data of the Governor-General of Formosa, the number of opium addicts were 169,000 in 1900, and 62,000 in 1917, and 26,000 in 1928.
  884. According to the data of the Japan Meteorological Agency, Cherry Blossom Front is referred to as the diagram of the forecast of cherry blossom blooming dates.
  885. According to the data released by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in November, 2006, the number of Japanese restaurants stood at 10,000 in North America and between 15,000 and 20,000 in the rest, totaling from 25,000 to 30,000 worldwide.
  886. According to the data, maximum approx. 20 percent of the yearly occurrences were concentrated in April, with approx. 70 percent in the four-month period from March to June.
  887. According to the decision made at the above-mentioned conference, her mother Ichi remarried Katsuie SHIBATA, a vassal of the Oda family, and moved to the Kitanosho-jo castle in Echizen Province.
  888. According to the decline of handensei (Ritsuryo land allotment system), taxation system of rice fields itself changed and eventually, yusoden and yujishiden were integrated into koden (rice fields administered directly by a ruler) and denso and jishi were integrated into sokoku.
  889. According to the definition by Imperial Household Agency, villas with a certain size of building and site are regarded as Rikyu (detached palaces), whereas small-scale villas are called Goyotei.
  890. According to the definition, former Imperial Families are Kobetsu/Oson, but such appellation is seldom applied to these families.
  891. According to the definitions of "the Garment Code" in "Yoro ritsuryo code (code promulgated in the Yoro period)" in the Nara Period, ho (outer robe/vestment) of civil officers' chofuku was called "Koromo" while ho of military officers' chofuku was called "Fusuma."
  892. According to the depictions, it is supposed that the houses of common people were quite simple; for example, one-story and having a shingle roof (a roof made with many layered small wooden plates).
  893. According to the description by Keiyo KANUMA (emeritus professor of Tokyo Gakugei University), everything found in excavation was brought to University of Michigan in the United States and dated by carbon-14.
  894. According to the description given in this sutra, the figure represents a Buddhist deity seated in a lotus position on a lotus throne decorated with seven treasures, with its hands held in a prayer position.
  895. According to the description in "Kojidan," it was said that Emperor Sutoku was Emperor Shirakawa's child.
  896. According to the description in "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy), his official rank was Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), Izu no kuni no jo (Provincial Governor of Izu Province), Totomi no kuni no suke (Assistant Governor of Totomi Province), and Kai no kuni no kami (Governor of Kai Province).
  897. According to the description in 'Enkoji-yuishogaki' (a book written about the history of Enko-ji Temple), the wooden type used for Fushimiban was given by Ieyasu.
  898. According to the description in Gishiwajinden, Yamatai apparently exchanged envoys with countries on the Korean Peninsula.
  899. According to the description in Kojiki concerning kamiumi (the birth of deities), she was born between Izanagi and Izanami.
  900. According to the description in Mattosho, Shinran was pleased to see that Myoho had achieved Jodo Ojo (Rebirth in the Pure Land).
  901. According to the description in an essay, "Mimibukuro" dating from the eighteenth to nineteenth centuries, on the first year of Tenmei, there is a legend that one dog was very loyal to the owner, so in reward for that loyalty the Emperor Kokaku conferred the sixth court rank upon the dog.
  902. According to the description in the "Nihonkoki" (Later Chronicles of Japan), the priests in provincial monasteries in various districts were ordered to 'chant the Kongo Hannya-kyo Sutra for seven days' for Emperor Sudo (Imperial Prince Sawara).
  903. According to the description in the "Zuisho" (the Book of the Sui Dynasty), the Japanese envoy to Sui Dynasty in 607 used the expression 'the Son of Heaven in the land where the sun rises' instead of the King of Wa.
  904. According to the description in the Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters) and the Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), he is considered to have lived in around the second century.
  905. According to the description in the family tree, he was a figure around the Taika Reforms in the Asuka period.
  906. According to the description in the shrine's biography of Tamatsushima-jinja Shrine, when Empress Jingu advanced the troops to the peninsula, the god of Tamatsushima showed extreme miraculous power, so the Empress paid back by enshrining a branch shrine for the deity in Amano, Katsuragi-cho.
  907. According to the description of "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), even the sake presented by kuzu seemed to be kozake, that is, a sake made of rice and rice malt.
  908. According to the description of "Okagami" (The Great Mirror), his suffering was so horrible that his clenched fingers gored the palm of his hand and penetrated its back.
  909. According to the description of "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (Bloodlines of Noble and Base), he later returned to Kyoto and died.
  910. According to the description of "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy), he was an adopted child of his grand father MINAMOTO no Yorichika.
  911. According to the description of Shinto Gobusho in "Yamatohime no mikoto seiki," the shrine is a Moto Ise where Ise no Okami (Great God of Ise) moved in 31 B.C. from 'Kafukanohinokumono-miya Shrine (present Hikumo-jinja Shrine in Koga City) to the place of Sakatashinmei-gu Shrine and stayed there for two years.
  912. According to the description of Tsubakimoto-jinja Shrine (where Tsunofuri no Okami is enshrined) which is located in Kasuga-taisha Shrine Chu-in Temple, Tsunofuri no Kami is 'one of the valiant Kenzokushin (ancillary deities) of Omiya and a god who drives off disaster.'
  913. According to the description of the Gishiwajinden, Wajin, the Japanese people of those days, simply wore wide cloths secured by broad sashes.
  914. According to the description of the temple's origin, it was founded as private Buddha hall in 1087 constructed at the mountain villa of TACHIBANA no Toshitsuna in Fushimi and was named Fushimi-ji Temple or Sokujoju-in Temple.
  915. According to the description, Shijokobuccho seems to be a bodhisattva form that wears ornaments, but a lot of its statues and images are in the form of tathagata.
  916. According to the description, there were some people who made nigiri-zushi in the past, but each piece, packed into a box partitioned with bamboo leaves, was lightly pressed for several hours.
  917. According to the description, this Kanno Wano Nano Kokuo In was presented to an emissary of Nakoku by Kobu-tei (Emperor Guangwu) of the Later Han dynasty in 57, being the oldest next to 貨泉.
  918. According to the descriptions in the "Nihonshoki" and the "Sendai Kujihongi," Isotakeru is worshipped as a god of forestry.
  919. According to the descriptions made by Gyuichi OTA and the missionary, the scale and appearances of the castle symbolized Nobunaga's task of unifying the whole country that was expressed in his policy "Unify Japan by the military government."
  920. According to the descriptions on Saiga Kassen in the second volume of "Kii no Kuni Meisho Zue" (Illustrated collection of famous places of the Kii Province), the Saiga army previously sank abatis, wooden buckets, jars and heads of spear at the bottom of the Saiga-gawa River in order to prevent the enemy's crossing of the river.
  921. According to the diagram revision made effective on September 16 of the same year, buses managed by the Uji Management Office were transferred to the Otokoyama Management Office.
  922. According to the dialect in the Unpaku (Izumo, Hoki) provinces, a woman is called 'nyoba,' which seems to have the same origin.
  923. According to the dialog record which was issued in his youth, it seems that he had a high level of interest for social issues and he had been influenced from the student movement of that period.
  924. According to the dialogue, Niki-Emishi (quiet Emishi) lived closest, Ara-Emishi (rough Emishi) lived farther away, and Tsugaru was located farthest.
  925. According to the diaries of TSUKI no Omi and ATO no Chitoko quoted by "Shaku Nihongi" (annotated text of the Nihon Shoki), Prince Oama at that time asked Chinese people under Tang as follows:
  926. According to the diaries written by those who were in Hongan-ji Temple, heikyoku was recited not for entertainment, but for the repose of a dead person's soul.
  927. According to the diary of Shigeaki ASAHI, a feudal retainer of Owari domain, he was fond of fishing and in the short period until the law was abolished on Tsunayoshi's death, he broke the ban and went to fishing sites as many as 76 times.
  928. According to the diary, Hiroshige arrived at Kofu on May 25 of that year and enjoyed a haiku gathering, play and so on during his stay, and was welcomed by the townspeople of Kofu.
  929. According to the diary, Sanetaka was absorbed in playing shogi while he was waiting for the sunrise.
  930. According to the diary, Sanetaka, who was a good calligrapher, wrote characters on shogi pieces, and he first wrote them at the behest of Jakkei SUGIMOTO of the Kurama-dera Temple (where Sanetaka stayed to evacuate in his childhood) in 1481.
  931. According to the diary, he devoted himself to preparations for delivering a lecture on Kokin in May and June 1487, and he finished learning in October and November, 1501.
  932. According to the disciple, he was sent to the world with words, "Remember to return, because I will never break off relations between a mentor and disciples."
  933. According to the doctrine of the Fujufuse School, as 'naishin' were distinguished from believers of fujufuse and were not allowed to donate offerings directly to 'hocchu,' these 'donors' played the role of mediating between them.
  934. According to the doctrine of this school, the believers should do gongyo not to accumulate virtues and not for spirits of the ancestors.
  935. According to the doctrine, manners are not important, but the religious piety guided by the Nyorai (Tathagata) is most important.
  936. According to the doctrine, there is no proposition that one who does not do gongyo regularly shall be punished.
  937. According to the document around the Anei era, the price of Kamiyui was about 200 mon each time, and it seems to have changed a little depending on fluctuations in price or the times.
  938. According to the document that had been passed down in Rome, Martinho was thought to be born in Hasami, Hizen Province, who was the son of Nakatsukasa HARA, a prominent figure of the Omura territory.
  939. According to the document, she held a grudge against the cruel village people and threw herself into a river and died, leaving a curse.
  940. According to the document, the duties of Naishi no suke and Gon no naishi no suke were:
  941. According to the document, the third son of Gensei UESHIMA who was a member of the Hattori clan in Iga Province was an actor of Sarugaku (form of theater becoming the basis for Noh), Kanami and his mother was a sister of Masashige KUSUNOKI.
  942. According to the documents at the time, he was so loved by people that a term "osho" (Buddist monk) refered to Mokkei.
  943. According to the documents of the Meiji period, there were close to 2,000 Eshi painters until that time, if unknown Eshi painters are included.
  944. According to the documents that have been handed down in Kawada clan, sengu (transfer of a deity to a new shrine building) seems to have been carried out once a every 60 years or so since Heian period.
  945. According to the dream her grandfather, Akashi no nyudo, had, she was promised her destiny to become a kokumo (mother of the emperor) in the future.
  946. According to the edict, the national uniform was prepared two in types called 'Kogo' and 'Otsugo.'
  947. According to the effective timetable as of August 2007, trains that stop at Platform 1 (rapid inbound trains that run on the outer track in the section of Takatsuki eastward) aren't scheduled.
  948. According to the eidaikyo hono kifuda (a wooden plate certifying the dedication of eternal and essential Buddhist scriptures) (永大経奉納木札) of Gensho-ji Temple in Najio and the documents of Gensho-ji Temple, it is sure that Yaemon existed in Najio during 1772 and 1788.
  949. According to the enforcement of municipal organization, one town and thirteen villages, that is Yawata-cho, Mizu-mura, Aotani-mura, Tsuzuki-mura, Uchigo-mura, Tanabe-mura, Osumi-mura, Fugenji-mura, Miyamaki-mura, Kusauchi-mura, Ide-mura, Taga-mura, Ujitawara-mura,Tawara-mura were establishd in Tsuzuki county.
  950. According to the enforcement of municipal organization, two towns, i.e. Fushimi-cho and Yanagihara-cho, and ten villages were established in Kii County.
  951. According to the entry dated November 28 of the same year, Tokimasa HOJO demanded the Imperial court to establish 'Shugo and Jito.'
  952. According to the entry dated September 21, 1222, Yukimori NIKAIDO, a grandchild of Yukimasa NIKAIDO, had a child.
  953. According to the entry for July 21, 701 in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), ABE no FUSE Omi Miushi received 100 fuko (vassal households allotted to courtier, shrines and temples) for his deed of valor in the war.
  954. According to the entry for May 1184 in the "Kikki," there was a rumor circulated that TAIRA no Tadafusa, a younger brother of Koremori, had secretly been to Kanto, was pardoned and returned to Kyoto.
  955. According to the entry in the Nihonshoki in the section of 22nd March, the 2nd year of Taika (646) (in the old calendar), after the Taika Reforms the Taika Hakusorei (the Taika funerary law) was stipulated, as a result of which the construction of Zenpo-koen-fun (the front-square and rear-round tomb mounds) was stopped and the downsized kofun were increased.
  956. According to the entry in the True Record of the Joseon Dynasty for the fifth day of the eighth month, the Japanese forces suffered 20 dead in the fighting, while the Korean army had suffered over 100, demonstrating that in battles between the two countries' regular armies, the Korean forces were no match for the Japanese.
  957. According to the entry of "Gonijo Moromichi ki" (Diary of FUJIWARA no Moromichi) for September 8, 1096, people were terribly frightened at the sight of a meteor streaking across the night sky in August, yet no tenmon misso was done.
  958. According to the entry written on December 24 (November 17 in old lunar calendar), 1179 in "Sankaiki" (Tadachika NAKAYAMA's diary), the following thirty-nine people were dismissed from their positions in the emergency Jimoku (ceremony for appointing officials).
  959. According to the epic stories, although desperately outnumbered, Benkei valiantly defended his master in front of the compound swirling his naginata, a long-handled swordlike weapon, and was killed as he stood his ground against a barrage of the enemy's arrows.
  960. According to the epic war tale "Taiheiki" (the Record of the Great Peace), in 1335 when under the direct rule of Emperor Godaigo, spouting rebellion Tokiyuki HOJO (orphan of Takatoki HOJO who had been destroyed along with the Kamakura bakufu) marched on Kamakura.
  961. According to the epigraph of Taga-jo Castle monument when Taga-jo Castle was built in 724, it was abolished in this same year.
  962. According to the epitaph, he lived in Shijo Shibo, Sakyo.
  963. According to the example of the estate of Erin-ji Temple, the Takeda family's ancestral temple, in addition to the smallest unit of the lowest position of vassals devoted themselves to military arts, there were a band of farmers exempt from a part of their land taxes.
  964. According to the excavation survey that began in 1981, it is now presumed that, although these two stones are in their original locations, all of the other stones were later placed intentionally.
  965. According to the existing Yoro Ritsuryo Code (code promulgated in the Yoro period), the procedure for making application for Handen Shuju is recognized as follows.
  966. According to the existing photograph, he was characterized by thick masculine eyebrows, big sharp eyes, high bridge of the nose, a compressed mouth, long sharp shape, masculine mustache and so on.
  967. According to the explanation by the temple after the establishment of Kurama-kokyo, the Honzon of Kurama Temple Main Shrine Golden Hall (the Main Shrine) is said to be "Sonten."
  968. According to the explanation by this museum, the pistol was made in France, and was a gift from Kaishu KATSU.
  969. According to the explanation in "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro", Sekien states that it had been those "genjo" and "bokuba" that have transformed into Biwabokuboku.
  970. According to the explanatory note on Shamichoro by Sekien in "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro", an old proverb "you cannot become a choro (senior monk) from a shami" is mentioned which means a higher rank cannot be achieved without following the proper sequence.
  971. According to the expository writing attached to it, the following is what the writing says:
  972. According to the expository writing of "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro," the 'Furu-utsubo' (an old quiver) used to belong to Yoshiaki MIURA who shot yakan (Buddhist legendary animals, which initially referred to jackals in India and later foxes in Japan) in Nasunogahara fields.
  973. According to the extant "Bingonokuni Fudoki (ancient records of culture and geography of Bingo Province)" included in "Shaku Nihongi (Chronicle of Japanese History)," he was a prince of Buto Tenjin, his name was written as Gozu Tenno, he married a daughter of Shakara Ryuo, one of the Hachidai Ryuo (Eight Dragons) and he had eight princes.
  974. According to the fact that Kunisada's four children died fighting against the Oda army, when Odani-jo Castle was defeated, he was probably about the same age as Hisamasa.
  975. According to the family record, Gene Hoin, a scholar monk of Mt. Hiei was the founder of the Okura school, who was a Jiko (teacher) of the Emperor Godaigo in the 14th century.
  976. According to the family tradition of the Nakahama family [("Manjiro NAKANOHAMA - A Japanese that told about 'America' for the first time" (Hiroshi NAKAHAMA, 2005)], Izo OKADA was also a bodyguard of John Manjiro.
  977. According to the family tree edited by Sakuma, Tanenaga died at the age of 23 on June 3, 1200, which means he was born in 1178.
  978. According to the family tree edited by Yoshikazu (義和) SAKUMA in Sendai Domain in the Edo period, Tanemochi is a son of Tanenaga and a grandson of Tanemichi, and his mother is a daughter of Taneyori TO.
  979. According to the family tree edited by Yoshikazu (義和) SAKUMA in Sendai Domain, Tanenaga KOKUBUN was the first son of Tanemichi KOKUBUN, and his mother was a daughter of Tsunenobua USUI (臼井常信).
  980. According to the family tree of the Abe clan, ABE no Seimei was born in Abeno, Settsu Province (present day Abeno Ward, Osaka City), as a son of ABE no Masuki, a low-ranking aristocrat who had the rank of Daizenshiki (there is also a lore that places Abe, Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture as his birth place).
  981. According to the family tree of the Kitsurengawa-Shionoya clan, Koreyori had three sons: Masayoshi, Yorifusa, and Yoshifusa while his younger brother, Tadahiro, was differently described as the second son of Masayoshi or the grandson of Koreyori.
  982. According to the family tree of the Koma clan, KOMA no Ieshigi (the eldest legitimate son) succeeded the Koma clan, and died in 748.
  983. According to the family tree of the Raku family included in the 'Sonyumonjo' (Sonyu's documents) which was made public for the first time in 1955, Sokei was the grandfather of Chojiro's wife.
  984. According to the family tree of the Shimai family, the family was descended from the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan and the descendants declared themselves Toji (the Fujiwara clan) for generations; however, they changed their family name to Shimai in the generation of Jiro Uemon Shigehisa.
  985. According to the family tree, it is counted as the ninth.
  986. According to the family tree, the Tokugawa clan is supposedly descended from Tokuami, a wandering Buddhist priest who married into the Matsudaira clan, which ruled Mikawa Province (present day Aichi Prefecture).
  987. According to the famous Legend of the Flying Plum Tree ('Tobi-Ume Densetsu') the plum tree of the poem flew overnight from Kyoto to Michizane's residence.
  988. According to the field survey conducted by the MAFF and Japan Soil Association in 1993, the total area of 'Tanada,' as defined by the MAFF, was 221,067 hectares.
  989. According to the fifth edition of the Japanese Standard Tables of Food Composition, the salt content of umeboshi is 22.1% and that of chomi-umeboshi is 7.6%.
  990. According to the first addendum to the Nihonshoki, she was born third, named Tagori-hime (田心姫) and enshrined in Hetsunomiya.
  991. According to the five-volume edition that is said to be the unmodified copy of the original one:
  992. According to the folklore of Izumo, Susanoo and his children landed on coast of Isotake, in Iwami Province, which was near to Izumo Province, and then they left for Izumo Province.
  993. According to the following studies, Prince Yoshihisa was believed to ascend the throne when he was accepted in Ouetsu-reppan alliance.
  994. According to the foreword to the third poem, when Gyohen was young, he studied the art of composing tanka poetry under Saigyo who was leading an ascetic life at Kumano following the custom of shaso or onshi of Kumano Shingu.
  995. According to the former Imperial House Act and the Decree for the marriage of Imperial family, the persons entitled for marrying a member of the Imperial family were limited to members of the Imperial family or kazoku.
  996. According to the fourth volume of Sanshoteiki, the Wei-shu four of the fourth volume of Sanguo Zhi (the History of the Three Kingdoms), "In December [of 243], Himiko, a queen of Wa, sent an envoy."
  997. According to the genealogical chart, the Emperor Jomei was the father and the Emperor Tenchi was the elder brother of the Emperor Tenmu.
  998. According to the genealogical table of the Kokubun family (of Mutsu Province) that was compiled by Yoshikazu SAKUMA of Sendai Domain in the Edo period, Taneshige is said to have been the third head of the family.
  999. According to the genealogical table, his father was Tanemochi KOKUBUN, his mother a daughter of Taira no Naotsune, and he had a younger brother, Shigeharu, and two sisters who became the wives of Yasutane TAKEISHI and Yorikuni MUTO, respectively.
  1000. According to the genealogy handed down to his descendants, his name is written as '親重' in Chinese characters (there is another man also called 'Chikashige MIMURA [三村親重]' who was a relative of the same Mimura clan in Bicchu).

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